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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tL i fN1 1VtV tfM IHE FRIMFOET ROUNDABOUTi 1ihA LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTEDTO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I ii IYfGLASS FACTORY TO START AGAIN UPI t It is understood that the Frank fo1t Modes Glass Works at Thorn jHllli will light the fires under the r tanks again within a short time as tmanY large orders have benreeelved for bottles for several eaten save distilleries in this and other sec ibns of the StateIiIt is thought that operations will begin about the first of February or perhaps sooner and that the plant wil then be run for the balance of I the season to its full Capacity It- t is said that the reason the J closed down last month factoryI cause while sufficient orders were f r on hand to keep it runing the dia J tillerles which had placed them r fwere unable at the time on account money stringency to secure funds to release their In 1avatlable The v bond for bottling purposes brightening outlook now ob servable in the money market noon result in an abundance wUII avoidable funds and this being case the proprietors of the distilling concerns will be able 10f1 secure the money to release the whisky needed for bottling The bottled stock of some of the distil ierles it is rumored are now get ting low and on this account empty flasks will be in demand and the Various glass factories called on to furnish the receptacles- FRANKLINS Ip REPRESENTATIVE AT TOBACCO CONFERENCE Capt W E Thompson as presls dent of the Franklin County Board of Control of the local tobacco union attended the conference be tween the representatives of the American Tobacco Company and other buyers held at Winchester on Thursday Capt Thompson is one of the best posted men in the Bur Icy district and has proven an able and intelligent worker for the suc cess of the pool in this and other equities He has given liberally of his time and talents and In more than one Instance blocked the game of some of the local growers who though members of the olIendeavi ored to sell their tobacco outside- the same and to independent warehouses in Louisvl11ef i It depends upon the pill you take DeWitta Little Early Risers are the best pills known Ifor constipation and sick headache Sold by South Co When you want the best get De r Witts Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve It is good for little or big cuts bolls or bruises and is especially recom Urpended for piles Sold by South lo COOPERS LAID OFF AT HERMI TAGE rLast Monday the large force ofI coopers employed at the shops of Wc jA Gaines Company on the South Side was considerably reduced byI the laying off of thirty or thirtyfive- ofi them The reduction in the force however Will be only of a tempo understoodIwithin a short while The shops Question are a great source of help to the trade of Frankfort and It is to be hoped that the resumption of operations will take place at an early y day S t When the Stomach Heart or Kid nerd nerves get weak then these or If gang always fall Dont drug then Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a male shift Get a prescription known to t 1 Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops if Restorative The Restorative is pre expressly for these weak insIde tinerves Strengthen these nerves RerDrltr surely worth this simple test SEASON AT AN IQUAIL was theast day ENDIF the law when the hunting White was permissible and many local lovers of sports afield availed themselves of the occasion to try their luck for the last time until the fifteenth of November 1908 TOllS round Alhough the conditions were somewhat unfavorable by reason ofj the dampness1 of the fields and stubble some few birds were bagged anyhow ih NARROW ESCAPE FROM ASPHIX IA IONIOn Tuesday morning en the midnight hour and day light Mr Owen Moore wife and daughter Mrs George McDonald came near being the victims of death by asphixlation some manner one of the vents In gas stove became unloosen and the1deadlling broken with a disagreeable dream and she awoke deathly sick front the of the gas she had already haled Realizing in a moment with rare presence of mln1 that something was wrong hastily awakened the other members of the family They also were very ill and the timely action of Mrs Moore fortunately brought about by means of the dream all probability saved the lives of the whole family Investigation revealed the whole cause of the trouble but Mr Moore and his family are unable to account for the open vent to the gas range which they are quite they closed when the evening meal had been prepared on the previous evening sCAPITOL APPROPRIATION BILig- SHOULDBEPASSE When the General Assembly which convenes here on Tuesday gets town to business in good earnest the members will be asked to pass a bill appropriating a sufficient amount for finishing up and furnishing the New Capitol that now arises majestically on a commanding eminence in the the Southern section of the city of Frankfort It is now an assured fact that the Old Capitol will be used the last time this winter as a meeting place for he Legislature and that the next convening of that body IWUl be held In the new building providing the neccessary funds for its completion are forthcoming from the present body It is more than probable that Republicans and Democrats alike will unite on such a measure and make sure that it is one of the first of theI more important bills to reach theI Governor for his slgnaure Kentuck inns of a11 political complexions areI nothing if not patriotic and true to the State of their navtlvlty and pat riotism demands that the work which ras progressed so far on the magnifi cent new building should be carried on to a fitting finish by the aid to appropriation sufficient in amount to purchase and Install suitable fur nishlngs and to level away the land cape surroundings so far as the grounds owned by the State extend w EAGLES BANQUET AND INSTALLATION The local Aerie of Eaglet met at their lodge rOQm in Odd Fellows Temple on Thursday evening with a large attendance present After theI regular routine was gone through with the ceremonies attendant on the installation of the officers for the ensuing year elected last month was entered upon and successfully carried out acordlng to program Following the Installation ceremo nies the Aerie adjourned to the Frank fort Hotel where a sumptuous quet was spread for their enjoyment and was enjoyed with evident gusto ManyIspeech Maze of oratory and good fellowship 4 t LADY GETS GOOD POSITION j Miss Ann Mary Crltenden laughter oT the late Col Robert H Critten den and who is one of the most popular young ladles In Frankfort ha- been tendered and has accepted a position as ar clerk in the office of Auditor James in the insurance department She will enter on her duties when the new officials begin them term of office on Tuesday next and many warm friends in the Capital City arid throughout the State are showering her with congratulations over her good fortune Miss Critten den is a cousin of Mrs Ell H Brown wife of the Prison Commissioner orNEW YEARS DANCE Mr and Mrs August Weber enter tained with a New Years lance at the Weber restaurant Tuesday even from 10 to 2 oclock Many of the popular couple were and the affair although an Informal one was a most enjoyable and pleasant one the festivities being participated in by some of the best known German citizens of the Capital City At midnight a delightful lunch was spread and the guests after partaking of the feast returned- to the merry whirl of the dance Altogether the affair passed of most pleasantly and the guests were profuse In praise of the handsome entertainment provided by the host and hostess REORGANIZED TRACTION LINE OFFICERS I At a meeting of the officials of the Central Kentupky Traction Co held at Lexington this week the following were apointed to the positions J R designated Pope Chief Electrical and l Mechanical Engineer Geo MacLeod Superintendent of Railways O R Bllbro auditor G W Brown Master Mechaniq J P tIcK eer Superintendent t Lexington Power Station C K Morrell Superintendent Light and Gas Departments W V Greene Superintendent Ic DepartmentJohn Sallee Local Superintend lent Frankfort Henry Bush Local Superintendent LexingtonA Woehnker Claim Agent J H Kearney Road Master- E Kitchen Chief Line Foreman Bruce Cropper Storekeeper Our citizens are especially pleased at the appointments of Mr Goo Me and Mr Jno D Sallee as they well acquainted with them and recognize their good work in thp HIRAM LODGE NO 4 OFFICERS ELECTED Hiram Lodge No A Y M FriItDavis Senior WardenRobinson Farmer Junior Warden C Coy WellsI TreasurerJno P Selbert SecretaryMoses R Glenn TylerGustav Schaefer The folowing selected as the ap pointive officers ReadlnglJunior AOPEN SEEMS CER TAINTYI Although November and December have come and gone this section hasI so far been blessed with fine weather with the exception of say a few days and the indications now are that the predictions of the more- hopeful of the weather prophets will be providentially fulfilled However wfiat February and January have n t store can not now be foreseen and it may be that later on Old Boas r will get in his work with a ven geance C 1 t I Special Sale of WOMENS SUITS i AT CKAGINBROS Come and get your choice of a stylish assortment of r Tailored Suits it a bargain U KRGIN i BRO yr NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY tr s GLENNS CREEK PIKE REPAIRED The county authorities have made considerable repairs to the- surface of the Glenns Creek turnpike and that road Is npwMn fair condition aseprevailed during a portion of this week Parties dwelling out in the neighborhoods of the Old Crow Old Taylor and Mlllvllle and who travel to and fror between this city and the places mentioned have better facil ities than ever since the Highland Railroad has put on a regular freight and pasenger service between these points and the Capital City IMPORTANT C O CHANGE The C 0 is now running a special train to Louisville when the train from the East is more than one hour late insuring all con ctlons GEO W BARNEY D P A COLLECTIONS OFREVENUET- AXES Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts collected internal revenue taxes for T3 the month of December as 2626 barrels 101825 810 tax galxIons 11200838 amount of tax r The totals for the year 1907 arei- 4504 barrels 1687809 210 tax gal Ions 185648012 amount of taxi A pretty gobd showing ENLARGED PLANTr r i The Capital Gas and Electric Light Co are installing new dynamos and other enlarged machinery in their plant at the corner of Mere and JI Washington streets and will soon be t able to afford a splendid twentyfour h hour service which will be a greatconvenience to the business interests f- of the city 1 Just Received Another Lot of the Famous M C GREWtSHINGLESy HAMMONDCO if Ar f7 tf 1 1EITZEL CLEARANCE SALE III rrr lL W l 1tn I BN Our Great Clearance Sale is oneWe Win Hate Great Tallies to Offer u 1Lot Wool Dress Goods 50c quality red need to 39c yaid Lott50c Wool Dress Goods reduced t teunrd Lot 75c Wool Dress Goods reduced J Brd Lot 90c Wool Dress Goods reduced Bd Lot 100 Wool press Goods reduc H yard Lot 125 Black Silks reduced to 98c F Lot75c Colored Taffeta Silks reduced to 59c yard Lot Fancy Silks for Waists worth 100 and l2o reduced- to 75c yar- dS Lot Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks reduced to less than cost Ir1AT wiiirr Jii PERSONAL j Mr C A Sutherland and wife have gone to Paris Judge C E Booe and family spent Saturday In Paris Mjss Jane Holmes spent New Years Day at Eminence P Dr J S Coleman returned from a strip to Chicago Ills 5Hr L Bixt Qi jse visited in Win Chester this week MrE W Howser left Wednesday lor Youngstown Ohio Miss Lilian Todd of Louisville visited here this week Judge W H Holt of Powee Valley Was In the ctiy Tuesday Mrs Sam E James has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr A B Hammond visited hisI mother at Smithfield this week Miss Una Wright has gone to Cin cinnati to attend the Art School Miss Elise Dandridgo left Sunday for Winchester to visit relatives Mr Gunter Hoge and bride have returned from their wedding trip Mrs Jos Rupert has returned from a islt to friends in Lexington NIcholasIITUlewas Postmaster Thos L Walker of Lexington was in the city on Mon iday Capt Edwin Farley the new State j Treasurer arrived in the city on Tues AiayJudge Jas Breathitt the n torney General arrived here on TuesI day Mr Nelson Rodes jjf Danville was the guest of Judge W E Settle this week Misses Gertrude and Florence Shaw visited relatives in Lexington this week Mr Rohert Peter and Mr Geo A Bush of Louisville were in the city cthls week Mr A L Zelgler left Monday for J Southern Ohio to spend the rest ot the winter i Mrs Julia Thompson left Monday for Newport and thence to Washing 2ton City ion J Banford White of Irvine i was In the city on legal business t this week Mr Roger Ross of Louisville was the guest of Misses Scottow Steele street this week Miss Jessie Cox left Monday for Big Stone Gap Va to visit her sister Mrs Robert Burgesst Col Thos Hall who has been visiting his mother In Nelson county returned SundaYnight Mrs Buford Hendrick and Mrs Chapman Coleman visited in Louis vine this week Mr E L Samuel and niece Miss Annie Samuel left Monday night for a trip to Florida Mrs Jno R Prentiss of Lexlng yjpnj was the guests of Miss Cordle Setters on Monday I jJfIl = = = Mrs S T Buford of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mrs T P Lewis West Side Nellie Garrard Cheatham left IMrs for Chicago Ills to visit her daughter Mrs Baker MlsSvTerese McDermott of Parls was the guest of her sister Mrs Jno Hanley this week Judge T J Nunn and wife returned Tuesday from a visit to helrd old home In Marlon Miss Alice Farmer left Tuesday a visit to Miss Esther and Sara Burnam at Richmond Mi Richard K McClure Jr who has been in the far west for several months has returned home Miss Lily Benckhart of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs A J Lynch east Main Street Mr Clarence Wash of Louisville the guest df Mr Jos Ci Hubbell and fatally second street Miss Lilian Shaw of Lexington who has been the guest of Mr Geo Shaw has returned home Mr Jas Callahan of Gethsemani who has been at home for the holidays returned to school Tuesday Miss fuse Montgomery who has been at home for the holidays has returned to Smith College Mr Walter A Roberts of Hunting W Va who spent the holidays here returned home Sunday Mrs W S Morris was called to Princeton on Thursday by the Illness of her brotherinlaw Rev R L McCready of Louisville was in the city on Monday the guest of Dr J W Gayle and wife Mr J P Swain wife and child whof have been guests of his parents at IIMrLouisville was the guest of his cousin Mrs Edward OHara this week Mrs Laura White of Ashland who has been the guest of her sister Mrs S W Hager has returned home Dr J1 Mitchell Lewis of Richmond J Va who has been the guest of rela tives here returned home SnudayI Col Jas A Scott and daughters Misses HattIe and Bertha were at French Lick Springs Ind thls week Miss Bettle Noel of Midway who1 daughterMrslEugeno who has been here the guest of hits cousin Mr Leon Abbett has returned home Mrs Susan W Quire and daughter Miss Janie of Georgetown were guests of Col W So Dehoney on Mon day Mr John A Tlnsley of New Or leans La who was called here by the death of his mother has returned home Dr W Lee Crutcher who has been the guest of his daughter Mrs Rich returnedhomeMr Adam K Stephens of Bulnton N J who was called here by the death of his mother returned home 3tmdayw r ILot Ladies find Misses Suits reduced to less than cost Lot Ladies Misses and Childrens Furs reduced oiless thanItcost t Tot Ladies Silk Underskirts worth 500 and 600 reduced r y to 398 v Lot Ladies and Misses Umbrellas worth 125 only 98c Lot White Shirt Waists all sizes half pricef t Lot Embroideries all reduced Odd Lot Corsets worth 100 and 5125 reduced to 75c fl Big Lot Kemnants at half price Mr Robert G Stephens of Louis iIf ville who was called here by the death of his mother returned home Sunday Miss M Lockett Smith and Miss Pattie Williams visited their cousin Miss Miriam Gaines riCCre cent Hill this weeleIMr missioner of Agripulture has settled to business and is learning hisInew duties Mr M H Thatcher who Is stated for State Inspector and Examiner under Gov Willson reached on Monday thlSCityI Capt Jackson Morris city on Wednesday and has taken rooms with Mrs Geo A Lewis 321 Second street The local yo1r I entertained on Tuesday night and danced the year out after a delightful lunch served by French Miss Clara Alinetta Nelson w5io spent the holidays with relatives and friends in Louisville will return home Sunday Mr Jno P Hanley and wife kept open house on Wednesday Jan 1 and a large circle of friends attended the reception Col Graham Vreeland Managing Editor of the Courier JoJurnal was the guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vreeland on Monday IMr Ed E Abbett Jr of Rose Polytechnic Institute spent the holidays with his parents Col E E Abbett and wife this city Mrs Lucy D Williams of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of her cousin Mrs Thos Tanner Logan street this week Master Neville Graddy of Ver sallies wh6 has been the guest of his grandmother Mrs Mollie Blakemore has returned home Mrs Geo H Watson and daughter Miss Nellie S Orblson of St Louis were guests of Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mr W H McClure of Weathera ford Texas who has been the guest of his parents Mr R McClure and wife has returned home Mrs Genevieve Llndsey has gone to West Pascagoula Miss to spend t the rest of the with her brother Mr Jno B LlndseyJrI Prof C W Bell the new Insur ance Commissioner of Harrodsburg is In the city ready to assume the duties of his position 111r Ji L Butler and wife of Somer set who have been guests of her father Mr W J Hughes returned home Sunday afternoon Dr Ben L Bruner the new Secretory of State has arrived in the city and has taken rooms with Mr 4Geo A Lewis Second street Mrs W E Bradley and son Master Wm E Jr left Monday for Pouchkeepsie N Y where young Bradley is to attend school Mrs Robert Searcy Miss Evelyn DIc son and Mr B S Tunis of Battle West Va are guests of Mr J C Hubbell Second streetI Mr Robert M Bergman of Irvine iV c h ir Grand Holiday Sale q t Coats Suits Jackets Skirtsi Ji1 11JacketsCoats 7 50 for 500 Coats 1000 for 775 ifCoats 1250 for 975 Elegant Satin Lined Garments for 1050 1250 r1500 sold everywhere else for 2000 ji LINENS Table Linens Napkins Towels Crashes everything in linens you will find with us rf il PI JIIEENEYlJ i who has been the guest of his father ln law Capt I T West for the holi days returned home Wednesday Agnes Ledrirge and Miss Vir IMrs Mi Mainline of Mt Sterling called here by the death 01 Mrs A E Stephens have returned home Mr JJullan Chinn of the Buffalo Forge Works who has been the guest of his parents Dr G W Chinn and wife for the holidays left Sunday for home Mr S S Bush Jr and Mr Geo Bush of Kenwood Park Louis ville who have been the guests ol Cal Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill have returned home Mr 3eorge Smith the noted violin 1st en route from New Orleans to St Paul Minn was the guest of his mother Mrs A W Smith at Mrs C W SaffeUs this week Mr Geo MGayle of Kentucky University and Miss Mary Gayle of Hamilton College Lexington spent tile holidays with their parents Dr J W Gayle and wife this city Miss Mmao McEwing of Beechmont who has been the guest of her motor Mrs Sam McEwing left Monday for Winchester to visit President H K Taylor Hof Kentucky Wesleyan Col lege Mr Russell S Penn who has been visiting his parents Mr SI Penn and wife for several weeks left Wednes day for his new home at Detroit Mich where he is with a big ele tri cal company Mr Robert S Sims had as his guests New Years Day Cadets Gra ham McCoke of Eminence Walter Keisel of Carrollton and Rhodes Arnsparger of Lexington who was his classmates at State College 1Mr Ross A McCallum and wife nee Miss Kathryn J Dryden of- Montgomery Michigan who have been the guests of her mother11frd t ii Jno B Dryden sr left yesterday for Oamden Ohio to visit his sister i Jfitoextended visit to her parents Mr andfM- frs Quincy Metts at the Forks of 4tErkhoron Her sister Miss Tabithai dwlII9 HOW IS YOUR DIGESTIONtilI Mrs Mary fowling of No 228 8tiJ f r i Ave San Francisco Uneijdsn remedy for stomach trouble She Ii tbays Gratitude for the wonderful et tlfeet of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indigestion prompts this testi f l raonlnl am fully convinced that for y stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on thaImarket today This great tonic and alterative medicine invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful In all forms of fe male weakness 50c at all druggigts f I f YJ ibis signature ie on box of genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet It the remedy th t w old IB one day CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES 1li J CANCER GREATEST BLOOD u PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin dlIeased hot or full of humors if yom have blood poison cancer carbuncle eating sores scrofula eczema itching pimplysor any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blopd Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is mado pure and rich largebottleBalm Co Atlanta Ga B B B Is es pecially advised for chronic dOlt seated cases as It cures after all eiw fall Mar Z1yi- k IIi1j j lt1f f t tm J fitt I LOCAL tXI1i itil An old blind man with a squeak organ reaped a harvest of pennies and quarters oh the corner ot 4lMain and St Clair Saturday last r and received In the way of donations during the day at least twentyflvi or thirty dollars The city authors ties would not permit a local beggar to occupy a prominent corner In tht city and ask donations from the pass ing throng though there are one or more cases of blindness among Frankforts poor Home talent should not be discriminated against In the line of beggars and nc th strange mendicant should be permit ted to come here and collect a large 1t sum of money to probably augment aI J snug fortune tored away by him Ir iHadistant city thus working a bard on the worthy brethern of the + craft located In the Capital City t Many people are still complaining yof the practice indulged In by boys 1aiid girls of skating on the pave t tments of the city with rollers as it has almost become a menace the cpedestrians on a majority of the streets Those who are not very spry ihave considerable difficulty in avoid ing a collision nearly every day and W should the nuisance not be abated by the authorities there is danger of serious accidents resulting r SWapping street although one of 11Jtho most attractive resident avenues In Frankfort is the owner pf a name that is constantly giving strangers all kinds of trouble A gentleman who was apparently a stranger In sinceSt where Whopping street was locat ed and another wanted to know where was Swapping street while still one more requested a well known citizen last week to direct him to Mopping street and so on down the line Now for the benefit of the unnltlated be it known that this street was named after n brave Revolution iltr ary officer Ben Wapplng who served t and prospective offenders are hereby yarned not to take any more liber ties with his memory o tAwell known losal man of a con vfvlal and somewhat profane dlspo r sltion made a set ofr now resolutions r on New Years day and took a most Ii tremendous vow not to smoke Swear drink or tell any lies during the year of 1908 He entered on the covenant fIwith himself at 7 oclock in the morn I l ting at 9 Was smoking Q cob pipe lat 10 tripped on a banana peel took a header and was swearing like a trooper at 3 In the afternoon related a dozen or so whoppers to a crowd of admiring companions and at 10 oclock on thek same night had dulged In som any skees In a well known resort that his friends wer compelled to call a hack to convey him to his home in a condition box during on a complete collapse a Col Price M Taylor traveling pas senger and ticket agent of the Southern Railway with headquarters i n St Louis Is in the city oa a visit to his mother Mrs Robert B Taylor ot the South Side Mr Taylor is one of the belt known and most popular railroad men In the country and should he continue to rise la his chosen profession in the future with the speed that has marked his past performance will soon be President lof one of the big transcontinental lines reaching from ocean to ocean Such an event would in nowise snr prise his Frankfort frinends all oi whom have unlimited confidence in his talents f r A rabbit story which however had no connection with sports afield was related by a prominent and popular local man to a number of companions on Thursday evening He went on Ito say that he had eaten rabbit so this fall and winter that the dish palled on him to a marked extent and he had grown thoroughly tired of it When he met his wife on the street one day recently and she told him to be sure and come home early for supper he fondly Im agined she had something out of the ordinary In the way of edibles Lady Greygown met him at the gate when he arrived at his cottage and exclaiming in her sweetest accents Oh John Im so glad you have come jn time I have bought some real fresh rabbits from a country man and Im sure theyre ever so good He made the best of a bad bargain but left the mabogany In a halffam ished condition His wife then re quested that he accompany her to her mothers and although he had a pressing engagement to shake the box for the drinks with a number of friends in a St Clair street resort le smothered his disappointment and went Arriving there his motherin law insisted that they should partake lof some delicious lunch which she mad prepared He gladly acquiesced in the arrangement but when they were seated at the table what was Ills horror and dismay to discover hat rabbit was the delicious lunch eferred to His appetite again deserted him and after taking his wife home he repaired to his lodge where I RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUMS t1 DR GOODS 1j k OLD TAYLOR PREMIER KENTUCKY W Hili KEY 80N8tProprl i Save time and money on your purchases by coning direct to headquarters There is sure tobe something to please you inour immense and diversified stock no matter critical your tastes For years been to ricemakexs on floor coverings in Frankfort can positively save you from 14 to 13 01 chases WCLUTKEMEIER i he had heard It rumored there woul be a Dutch Lunch served that night When he arrived there by that time weak for the want of food he Inquired If there was any lunc left He was told that there was and directed to the chef in who politely offered him a dish of rabbit Almost maddened he fled in hot haste from the room and nev r paused until he had reached one of the street lunch houses on Dear Old Broadway Here at least he thought I can the cravings of my hunger with a Hamburger steak and one at once Sorry said the vendor but Im Just out of Hambergers Ive got some nice Tab bit though continued the fellow By this time half frantic he rushed to his favorite saloon and asked the man behind the bottle If he had any lunch Certainly ejaculated the mixologist and then to the negro boy Hand the gentleman some of that fried rabbit Rastus The per secuted man declined the proffered help and gulping down two or three skees lit out for home and got under the blankets When slumbers chains had bound him he had a most horrible dream It ap peared to him that a countless horde of as big as kangaroos were chasing each other over his stomach and the pain was almost unbearable So ended the local version of Brer Rabbit WATCHED FIFTEEN For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure my sore boil ulcer or burn to which It was applied It has saved us many n doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25c at all drugstores BIG CROWD COMES OVER TRAC TION LINE AND L N R R On Monday night a special trait over the L N R R brought a big crowd of Lexington people and two car loads of people from the Same place came here over the Interurban Line to attend the skating contest at the Coliseum Skating Rink that night The was a hot one and we ire sorry to say some bad feeling was aroused aver the decision of the judges everybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With klssy places on her neck and Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascapweet now shes well again Sold by South Co II THE S tt tE H TAYLOR Jr 8 Frankfort Kentucky w f l i how weve charge satisfy ordered rabbits YEARS contest BIRTH ADKINSIn this city on Thursda morning to Mr and Mrs James Ad kins a daughter GOBLIN In this city on Monda to Dr R M Goblin and wife a dai ghterJean Granvfllli J SWITZER one seems to have enjoyei Xmas veryniuchI Miss Gertrude Smith who for the past week has been In Midway re turned home Wednesday Mrs J H South entertained a number of her relatives Wednesday Mrs Milt Newton of West Virginia was hero on last Tuesday to see hei relatives before returning home Miss Claro Carter who has for the past tow days been the guest of Mr Ben Tones and family of Lexington returnee home Tuesday evening Miss Emma Risk and Dr Wilholt of Stamping Ground were the guests of Miss Ruth Smith last Tuesday eveningPr E Rr Jone spent several days last week In Lexington Mrs J B Hockensmith entertain ed a number of her relatives last Sat urday with a delightful dinner Mr Herbert Switzer who has been on the sick list for the past few days we are glad to say Is some better at this writing Mrs W H Switzer entertained a number dt her relatives on last Tues day Miss Fannie Newton and Mr Lon ale Brumback were Joined In bonds ol matrimony Christmas day in the City of Frankfort Several other couples from here were also married the same day Miss Gertrude Smith celebrated her birthday Friday Jan 3d The candy party which was giver at Miss Della Poindexters last Thurs day evening for the benefit of Little Boys Missionary Society was a great successMr and Mrs Willie Stlgers ol Farmdale were guests of his mother Mrs Stlgers last week Mr Will Dawson of Frankfort snent Christmas with his parents Dr Dawson and wife roRETURNS TO OLD HOME Mr John D Rake who has just completed a six years service In the irtlllery department in the Regular US Army returned home on Thurs day last He entered the service at Salt Lake City Utah and was dls charged as a corporal at the end of three years enlistment He reenlist edat St Louis Mo in the same arm ot the service and was discharged Dec 23 GS a sergeant at San Antonia Texas Mr Rake is looking in fine shape and Is a fine youngroan In his die charge Col Lotes Niles who is the colonel of the 3d Field Artillery says his character as a soldier Is excellent which record is one that not ill by any means secure Mr Rake served the whole time of his enlistment in Utah and in Texas He is with his grandmother Mrs Minus Williams but expects shortly tp reenlist In the army J p CARPETSI EJ y DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE A I have a number of thoroughbredh Duroc Jersey Boars ready for service jfor sole Apply to me at Switzer G W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where n they are at present u Nov 162m y Fruit Ornamental Trees f I Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and agentsI H F Hillenmeyer Sons s Lexington Ky Oct 128m ileW itsatTM famous Ktil pills J i I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOS And all styles of Portraits and Groups- at l my mew Gallery South Frankfort St Cull on the Reliable Photo grapher H G MATTERN 1r Liquors and Where to Buy ThermjII The Pure Food Lawrwill not affect usJ We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B CALENDER 45 St Clair U1 Laun uwu uuWn dre sat what a horse needs when in bad x ondition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food brsmedicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price aocents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Ls t Compte tt Gayle Do you have backache occasionally or stitches In the side and some times do you feel all tired out with out ambition and without energy Uh so your kidneys are out of order t Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They promptly relieve back ache weak back inflammation or the bladder and weak kidneys Sold by South Co FOR SALE tb1igi1mare and steel tired buggy and harness B J Roberts Roundabout Office Frank fort KyiFor Wea- kKidneysInflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and backache us- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder PillsA AWeeks Treatment 25c z0 DeWITT is CO Chicago ZUJ Sold by South Co j r r TRe Frankfort BounaaDout Entered at the postotttce at Frankfort Kentucky na secondclnss mnilablo matter lED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORTJAN 4 1908 t GOODBYE Having disposed of the Roundabout and my entire printing plant to Mr fSHubert Vreeland my connection with this paper ceases with this Issue and 1 desire to request the same kind patronage for my successor which has 4ben entended to me in the past To the friends who have stood by me loyally du ingall the years I have been In business I return the I thanks of a heart full of appreciation of their kindness GEO A LEWIS WILL NUISANCE BE ABATED Should the city authorities not take prompt action In the matter of abol f Ashing the stock sales on the cor her of Main and St Clair streets county court days Next Monday the disgraceful scenes enacted at the i place mentioned on such days will be witnessed by the members of the legislature and the numerous other strangers who will be present on that ocasion As a matter of most of the strangers will visit the New Capital and to do so mutt make heir way as best they can through the gangs of horses cows sheep and hogs that will be assembled here The noise and the dirt to say noth t ing of the disagreeable odors will not be calculated to Inspire the visa tors and the solons with an exalted Idea of the city of Frankfort and her rules but will on the other hand remind them rather of a scene In a village of the third class Frankfort is a likely candidate for metropolitan honors but so long as such monthly exhibitions as this are permitted to hold sway at the busiest spot In the city her progressive citizens and well wishers can never nope to see her ambition along this line realized DISTINGUISHER JURISTS DIES At his home in Louisville on Tues day Judge John Watson Barr Sr died after an Illness of several weeks aged 81 years 1 Judge Barr was one of the ablest lawyers ever produced by Kentucky He was born il Woodford county In 1826 After a splendid career as a lawyer he was appointed U S Dis trict Judge to suceed Judge Bland Bullard deceased In 1880 and during Ills whole career as Judge command ed the admiration and respect of the whole people for his stern Integrity firmness and at the same time the gentleness with which he executed his high office He retired under the law a few years since Judge Barr was a devoted Christ- Ian gentleman and a member of the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church servicesVVwere conducted from that church by the pastor Rev W F Irwin at 230 I oclock on Thursday and the loved remains were laid away in Cave HillI Cemetery tHe leaves one son and five daugh nslm an upright judge tender father and friend REFUSED REMiSsiON IIOov Wilson on Tuesday after a careful study of the case refused remit the Commonwealths portion the 5000 fine of B Fulton Frenc- for contempt In running off witnesses In the Marcum damage suit In Clark county TheStfites part of the fine amounted to 1100 rOLLED AND RANG AR OUTflD1Just 12 on Tuesday cit tolled out 1907 and at the last stroke of the clocks the merry chimes rang in the yearI 1908 accompanied by the steam whistles and the firing of ex plosives For a short time thing- certainly broke loose and a war welcome was extended the new year Services were held Wednesday morning at the Church of the Goo Shepherd the First Presbyterian Southern Presbyterian and Ascension Episcopal Churches F6r a while It gave one a creepy feeling when the unwonted sound of the bells tolling at midnight broke on the air IMOTOR ROLLER SKATES PRO JECTED ISuch a hold has the roller sgatin g craze taken on he people of Frankfort old and young white and black that many have become enthusiastic and not a few bid fair to develop Into cranks over the sport One of the latter whop by the way is of an inventive turn of mind confided t the writer of these lines that heVras hard at work on a proposed motor rollerskafe which he hoped to per fect within a week or so While he would not permit ht name to be used at present he did give an outline and Idea of what the new contrivance would be like His plan Is to have the skates operated by a cunninglycontrived storage batery to be concealed about the person oft the one who uses the skates The skates which will hav rubbertired wheels are to be largo- and of a more substantial build than those now worn the wheels will also be higher The battery would so he claimed be connected with the running gear of the skates by a slender wire through which would be transmit ed the necessary current for Its successful operation- In summing up his description of the Invention on which he is work Ing he declared that one might dp the skates and without any exertion whatever beyond the touch of a button roll around at will and at a rapid pace over the pavements of a city or skim over the surface of country roads with equal speed and ease thus bringing to modern civi lization an actual realization of merits and uses of the fan ou sevenleague boots so often spoken of in the delightful fairy tales of childhood APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE Gov Willson on Tuesday appointed Judge W L Brown of London special circuit judge to hold an extra term of the Pulaskl Circuit Court Is your baby thin weak fretful i Make him a Scotts Emtitefon baby Scott s Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks Consequently the baby that is fed on ScortJt Emtttefon is a sturdy rosy cheeked little fellow full of healthand vigor ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 FRANKFORT KENTUCKY By H H Farmer Its boots not what the passer by May say of thee my home my town Or how the cold impartial eye May Jot thy imperfections down dellhThe lithe Devils Hollow Bridge How oty have I gone there to brood And known the Joyous privilege Of calm uninterrupted mood Or with some loved companion strol led And of my homes and daydreams told andyswing And rustle In the sunier breeze How oft have tfrom Colemans Spring Drunk long and deep on bended 3lmees sweetmcontent f The string of palls that came and Iwen eve gathered berries from thy hills And hunted coon and possum there And swum and fished and felt the thrills Thy winding river yields fr6m care And trod the bluegrass waving deep Where Boone and Hart and Johnson sleep From Rodmans Height and Arling ton From Arnolds a dthe old Fort Hill Ive seen thee radiant in the sun And in the moonlight calm and still And thrilled with Romans pride of Rome homeoIf a cough once gets into your sys tem it acts on every muscle and fibre lot the body and makes you ache all lover It especially affects the intes tines and makes you constipated so in order to get rid of a cold thorough ly and without delay you should not take anythirik that will tend to con stipate Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts upon the bowels and there by drives the cold out of the system pleasantrfor children Sold by South Co It Is very important and in fact it is absolutely necessary to Health that we give relief to the stomach promptly at the first slgnsof trouble which are belching of gas nausea sour stomach headache irritability and nervousness These are warnings that the stomach has been mistreat itnIs demanding help from you Take something once in a while especially after meals something like ICodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion It will enable your Stomach to do Its work properly Sold by South Co M9sengers f Peninger Helm J Dlllehay Have closed a contract With the Moore Mill Ing Co to build them a galvanized tank 24 feet In circumference and 30 feet tall This Is by far the largest water tank of this kind ever built in Decatur and the above firm is to be congratulated on seculing the con tract Bert Miller who has been with Peninger Helm Dillehay for the past two years has proved to be quite an expert in tank building Mr Miller also did the contract work oat the new Baptist church which was a very difficult Job ExPresident Ward said that Mr Miller was the only Din ner that ever stopped the Baptist college from leaking Wlllard Black pure who Is to bate In charge the placing this large tank on foundation has also proved to be quIte a genius in his line of work The above firm deserve your consideration when la need of anything in their line SOLITUDE One of the neatest and most at tractive calendars of the season has been dent out by Messrs R K McClure Sons the big clothiers and gents outfitters It represents an ocean scene and aptly fits Its name v 4 This big concern are having a tre mondous sale of fine suits at low prices t t We thank them for their Courtesy Lii Ir PIettsdnLtoJUIce Laxative i SyrupIr NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION if Ask Your Doctor i lAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areT ithe best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a m normal action of the bowels wh u minerals and their salts y it are irritating to the intestines i f LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege jjtable Compound and if used in Constipation will bringy l about a lete cure ridding you of such symptoms as t Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness 1 r Bloated FeelIng etc ri54l Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than ifany other you have tried i ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTUtiii1 s Ifr r Tobacco Bellows BlowersfjI Hoes Forks Spadesij Cradles and Fingers t Scythes and Snatches4trIl jScythe Stones WheelTbomrWsrre Air Thresher Machine Oil 2 A IA Tarpaulins r Monkey Wrenches f Pipe Fittings and WrenCheS Ir J IIi mr j Gr STAGG 5ifli f I t l FRANKTardware Paints OilsEtcII I lir CapitolFoundryI HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers infand Repairer of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds 430thWE HAVE FOR SALE = Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler v r Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist MlII lure200 Bushel Capacity 1yBOTH PHONEM t Words of Praise Tor the sovoral Ingredients of which KPlorcos medicines aro composed as given vujy leaders In all the sqvcral schools of weighttthanttlmonlals Dr PcrcoB Favorite Prescrip Lion has TUE BADGE or IIOJJE STV on every bottle wrapper In a full list of all Its gredients printed In plain English If you are an Invalid woman and suffer gnawxngdlsagreoWe catarrhs pelvic drain dragglifgdown distress in lower abdomen or pelves perhaps dark or specks danctofg before tho eyes faint spells and ilndfcd toms caused by female weak otethw derangement the feminine r organs can not do better than taka Dr Plertfefc Favorite Prescription The iipmtal surgeons knife and opera ting to bo avoided by the timely tiso of favorite Prescription in such t cases Thereby the obnoxious exam n rtions an Tern of t io ami y s clan cnn be avoided an a t ha wrt 0 irsoofsitccessTuTtreu en carried ou 1 Prescr ptlon o t everyb t 1f native medicinal roots known to medical J science for the cure of womans peculiar 1 notFavoritoFtumorsho IGijIf establish vigorous health in most weak messes and ailments peculiarly Incident to i women as any medicine can It must be given a fair chance by perseverance In Its Ij jIse a reasonable length of mt en nt tn pt r1 t trum as a substitute for o os Sick women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter frc All correspond tilI t l cnco Is as sacredly secret and womanly confidences are protected by j LIprofessional privacy Address Dr ip Pellets tho best J and regulator of the bowels tr 11ntiveinvigorate liver and it a two or three a l l rt Kasv to tote as candy = tt PROVISIONS STILL HIGH iLocal housekeepers arc apprehen 4 the coming of the LegtslaV iFtoreand Its followers wll keep the tI especiallyJr i t lt eggs and kindred articles up to the i t high price which at present prevails H Iif indeed they are not Boosted to a more formidable figure Groceries M meats and other articles of dally consumption are soaring and those families whose earnings are neces Ii sarlly small during the winter season r are almost sure to suffer privations 7 of amore serious nature In conse f V quence While the advent of the Nt Legislature and other large crowds laa benefit to many branches of the if local trade tonslderahle hardship Is visited on the working classe In con sequence No rose without itsI rir thorns an old and true saying that tii f yields good under any and all circum it tr stances + S SEVEN YEARS PROOF f t1 ffi i have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the hbest medicine to take for oughs am 1colds and for every disease condition f kof throat chest or lungs says W Henry of Panama Mo The world A has had thirtyeight years of proofE t that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the IatauJ chitis and the early stages of con i sumption Its timely use always pre f vents developments of pneumonia j1ltrSqId under guarantee at all drug stores 50cand Trial bottle rYree I I oo-r ANTIQUE PLAY BILL vV vln cleaning out u drawer of some old papers in the Roundabout office one dart ls week a play bill which tOld Of a performance at the old C Frankfort Theatre was found The- billt Fr was dated January 26 1824 and the playhouse named was located on t time corner of Broadway and St Clalr jQJ1 the site of the present Baxter jf building It wan then under the man agement of a Mr Drake who It ap- pearsr operated a Stock company In the Capital City during the winter l C season The poster is a little yellow with age put Is otherwise Intact and the print fein was executed at the old Cpm mbnwealth ounce which for many 6 years held the contract for the public printing It would be Interesting to jjknow If there Is at the present time citizen of Frankfort or Franklin J cqunty who can recall the old theatre v when It was In operation or Mr kj Drake its manager It Is almost cer tarn that there Is no one living who PI can recall these times ilio SOME STREETS IN DAD CONDI taTIONt Notwithstanding the efforts of the AStr t Committee during the faUnnd if 1I INi r I summer months to place the road ways of thecity In a condition to withstand tho test of wintry weather some of thorn are in a condition her during on the impassible and there appears to be no remedy at present available to adjust matters When spring is here again the city authorities should see to it that the roadways of the different streets on which heavy hauling is constant are surfaced in a manner so thorough as as will make them weather proof by the time next winter shall have ar rived 4 SPLENDID MAN FOR POSITION The host of friends of Mr Bain Moore of the Benson precinct have prevailed upon him to offer as a can didate for the position of Jailer of 1theIIIMrgentleman and a Christian He would make a splendid Jailer and while we of course have nothing to do with the primary or convention that may be called to decide the ques tion the party would do itself honor by bestowing this position upon Mr Moore He deserves anything he asks for LARGE CROWD MONDAYI The January term of the Franklin Circuit Court will convene Monday when the county court will also be in session The grand jury will begin their sessions on that day and the Association tobacco men of the Feisty will meet in the afternoon Almost of the members of the Legls lature and many strangers will be here bri the same occasion a record breaking crowd will no doubt be present and the capacity of the hotels restaurants and boarding houses will be taxed to their full capacity to acr commodate the many visitors within the gates of the Capital City oil the day mentioned The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil its twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the produced Not a grain789901cl- osest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee It either Health Coffee Imitation is from pure toasted cereals of grains with malt nuts eta Really would fool an expertwere he to unknowingly drink It for Coffee H Wash SOMETHING UNIQUE Mr J Andrew Cain of the Hope Mills Versailles Ky has issued one of the prettiest and most unique cal endars yet out It certainly is a masterpiece of the engravers and printers art Mr Gain makes the best class of flour at his mill and its fame has gone all through this section of the countryWe him for his kindness Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailedout free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the peoplewIthout u pen nys cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shqops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy 9ESSOFFIKNIGHTS OF CERS Frankfort Lodge Knights of Mac cabees elected the folowing officers for the ensuing year on Friday night last Commander N B Smith Lieut CommanderL W Moris Record Keeper P D Arnold Chaplain Wilder Dupuy Sergeant A Tate- MasterAtArmsJ W Matthews First Master of Guards Ben Ut terbacltISecond Master of GuardsEE RossenSentinelW C Nelson Picket D V Reading TrusteesBen Utterback and E E Rossen DIVIDEND DECLARED The National Branch Bank has clared a semiannual dividend of three per cent on the business done by that solid institution for the last six months i iijr 0 iI 1 r STAMPING UNDI Mr Es P Sutton has Sold his liv ery business to Mr G C Davidson Mr T A Marion made a business trip to Covington on Friday Miss Lottie Ewing of Lexington is tho guest of Misses Jessie and Edith Hambrlck Rev Geo W Hill held the usual service at the Baptist Church on Sunday I Mr J W Robinson and family of Ma1Irlon Mrs Nora Polndexter who has been visiting friends and relatives in Ohio has returned home- I Mr T B Watts distiller at the Springs Distillery is visiting countyIhas been the guest of Mrs Al Goddard returned home on Sunday Owing to ill health Mrs Bertha Robinson has resigned her position in the Buffalo Spring Academy and Miss Opal Craft has been selected to fill the vacancy UNO A tickling cough from any cause quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it withdut hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough CuteIt calms ithe cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses the Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Snoops Cough CureI c CANDIDATE FOR JANITOR Mr Jno C Davis of this county State DemoIcraUc will make an efficient officer if chosen A BEAUTY We are indebted to Mr W H Hoge of the Hoge Coal and Feed Co for one of the very prettiest dars of the new year It is a beautIThis company bas a full the very best coal upon the and of all grades which they sell at the lowest prices Mr Hoge will please acept our thanks for his courtesy OAJW f1WORIA Bears theTheSignature Jof U Ad Eyes Did Not Close For a v WceK Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervlne Cured Me There Is nothing more necessary to health and scat If these are ou if you rise in the more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If our heart is weak or s an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect our hearts action as to on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves so that sleep may come and it quickly stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great blood heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enrIches the blood proves the circulation Some time I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles and Heart Cure at n drug store in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medi cines and in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and bentand in three days have derived more from the use your remedies than I got from all the doctors their medicines think everybody ought to know of the mar velous power in remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind n t k The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been i in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of t 4T i1IsonalImitations anti Justasgood are butRtrifle With and endanger the health of ratshlldrenExpcrlence against Experiment j is CASTORIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare f goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It jr contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Foverishness It cures Diarrhoea and WindrColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSh I Signature of i CiB7Yu 1tH The Kind You Have Always Bought r In Use For Over 30 Years CLNTUq MUUY o THE BEST BBERDrrif t IS MADE FROM + 1 PRIDE OF MADISON rw j FLOURyyIii ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce J Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 17m s J J Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and lleaterr ij l IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy nnrthingfromChristmas turkey Still it looks just aa neat as any heatermade It is airtight and a fuel saver Thousands are ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic vine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by 0 UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Thi Kind You Harp Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Dr Weavere Syrup IIIiIM the blood t Cerate tefatmnU for thlltt8 ITHEATSSitAN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the t1 Home Ever Made Just a little Cascasweet Is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs f j and is highly recommended by 1 i mothers everywhere Conforms to tta 1 l t150uUil irt IJ j r IF YOU BUY THEM OF SELBERTJ THEY ARE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN SECUREi J NICEST AND THE BEST LINE OF Watches Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass Etc f uun in the city of Frankfort fi I VV A SELBERT JEWELER w IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD kpfl j DRMILES ANTPA N PILLS 1 FOR NEURALCIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM KACHEIir PAIN IN CHEST i DISTRESS IN t STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS r MARRIED PDOKETTflPEACHIn this city 01 Wednesday Mr Victor Puckett am f Miss Alice Peach both of Anderso County were married GREENWILSONIn this city on Wednesday Mr Tolbert Green Eminence and Miss Jessie Wilson of tfiis city were married by Rev C R Hudson McDANIBLWILEYIn this city an Wednesday Mr Robert McDaniel and Miss Mary E Wiley were married FLETCHER HUBBELL In thIs City on Wednesday Mr Win 11 Flet Cher of Lexington and Miss Mabel ClairE Hubbell were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presby terlan Church Mr Fletcher is a prosperous and hustling young business man Rh fair bride is the handsome and attrac live daughter of Mr D JJ Hubbell AJter the wedding trip east the hap py par will locate in Lexington ear TO RESUME OPERATIONS Messrs Bailey Koerner the con tractors on the McClure Realty sky scrapier will resume operations on Monday next Work was temporarily suspended about two weeks sinceun til after the holidays Of course what Is to be done for the rest of the win ter will be on the inside of the build ingrTI Indigestion s Stomach trouble is but a symptom of and not k itself a true disease Dyspepsia li Mitburn and Indigestion as real disease y t hey are only of a certain IlcknessDothln ShooPfdRemedy Dr Shoop Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that euecea and favor to Dr 8hOOrand his Restorative With out that vital principle no JUc1 lasting accomplishments were ever to be had distress bloating biliousness bad ShoopiEeatorativetablets jJtf what it can and will do We sell and cheers recommendDr Shoops RestorativeCAPITOL rJ 4 Headache IN MEMORIAM In memory of James A Pierce who died December 30 1907 Tie Newt Years noon socold and clear And all seem full of Joy and cheer drearIWhere he sleepetfr without dreaming One a wife loved but could not save Tho depth of her sorrow we can not tell At the loss of one she loved well And while he lies In peaceful sleep His sacred memory we will keep His beloved niece AGNES I Springfield IllE Journal SILVER WEDDING CELEBRATED Twentyyears agjoi yesterday Mr and Mrs John F Bretz were married In Frankfort Ky The event was celebrated yesterday at the Bretz home 1113 North Fifth street with numer ous children and grandchildren of Mr Bretz in attendance An elaborate dinner at noon followed by a recep tion when over one hundred friends ot the couple called and paid their re spects were the features of the day At the dinner besides Mr and Mrs John F Bretz those present included four children and fifteen grandchil dren of Mr Bretz The house was beautifully decorated with narcissus carnations roses and ferns The din Ing room presented an especially handsome appearance with the lavish decorations of red carnations which also wore employed in profusion in the table decorations The hours of the reception were from 3 to 6 oclock in the evening Assisting Mrs J F Bretz in receiving were Mrs D P Barrett of Indiana CAUCUSES CALLED State Chairman Lewis McQuown has called a caucus of the Democrat ic Senators and Representaties on Tuesday evening next to nominate the various candidates for office in connection with those b IesJState Chairman R P Ernst likewise called a caucus of the Re publican Senators and Representa tives for the same evening In addition to the candidates for the offices of those bodies they will probably UIS r TAKEONE of the little Tablets 1 AND THE PAIN is GONE DEiTM3 PBARCH lAt his home In this county near Switzer on Monday near Switzer on Monday Mr James W Pearce aged 62 years of erysipi las Mr Eearce wag an honorable gen tleman and worthy citizen He is survived by his wife and one son Officer Edward P aTCeof this cityThe funeral and burial took place at his home on Tuesday cqnducted by Scott Lodge F A M df Stamping Ground BLACK On the West Side on Sat urday Mr L T Black aged 50 yearsJ of consuplptIon1The funeral services were conducted on Sunday morning and the terment took place at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church- GAAJESIn this county on Thurs dayMrs Mattie Games wife of Joseph Games of pneumonia aged thirty years Just six months since Mrs Games was marrieJ The funeral was conducted by Rev Jnoo H Burdiu from the Providence Baptist Church Woodlake yesterday and the interment was at Cedar Grove Cemetery near Stamping Ground PIERCE James A Pierce died at his homo near Peaks Mill Franklin Co Ky Dec 30 1907 at 12 oclock aged sixtytwo years he was born near Cllntonvjlle Bourbon Co Ky May 28 1845 He leaves a devoted wife one son Edward Pierce of Frankfort three brothers John S Pierce of Lexing ton Ky Strother Pierce of High land Kas and William Pierce near Peaks Mill Ky and one sister Mrs John Birchfield near Peaks Mill Ky two grandchildren besides numerous relatives and friends The funeral took place with Masonic Honors at 11 a m Dec 31 He was laid to rest in the family burying ground near his home wNSMALL CHANGE IN TRAIN TIME Effective after Sunday January 5 the afternoon train from Lexington on the L N R which has been reaching this city at 430 oclock will come half in hour earlier mak ing tire time 4 oclock Travelers should take the notic- of the change thee i If you have t Headache t t Try Onebm r 4 They Relieve Pair Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects iI oses rrl425 Cents1sd Never Sold in Bulk polls and Mrs William F Bretz and MrsO D Plckens of this city Mrs Richard J Carroll of Chicago Mrs George Flxmer of this city and Miss Jessie Barrett of Indianapolis presided at the pnnch bowl During 011Llusleens on e did not close with the receptin but were continued until a late hour last eveningMr has been a resident 01 Springfield for the past fifty years and as a contractor assisted in manI important public works during that time In 187071 ho had charge of the work on the Michigan canal and inJ January 1872 foollowlng the Chicago he to where he IImonthsbrick yard of which he had charge tolSpringfieldcontracting business He served two terms as superintendent of streets Mr Bretz has laid the greater partof the brick pavements in this city and in addition has done a large part the work in the extension of the sewer system in partnership with iris son John E Bretz The firmalso has done a large business in other children grandchildren and other relatives of MnSnd Mrs Bretz present yesterday at the anniversary celebration included Mr and Mrs D P Barrett and three daughters of Indianapolis- Mr and Mrs R J Carroll son and daughter of Chicago Mr and Mrs George Flxmer and daughter of this city Mr and Mrs W F Bretz and fam fly Springfield Mr and Mrs John E Bretz Springfield John Sankey of Chicago nephew of Mrs J F Bretz Many beautiful presents were ref ceived by Mr and Mrs Bretz from relatives rand friends Among them were included a magnlflcient chest of silver from the children IMr Bretz was a schoolmate o the proprietor of this paper in the ante bellum daysEditor Roundabout oo a OrOt A cf 1 9 r 1 ii Louisville fltlantiB Railway f tV Z P1frJIia m and at 200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY t ITrains from Beattyvllle and Inter 1 mediate points arrive at Versailles Jj1030 a m and 630 p m ON SATURDAYS ONLY Tra1DJ IiintermedIateleaves Richmond for Versailles and v 0 intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Line d affords excellent service betwaaat 1 Frankfort and Nlcholasvllle lUcft mond Irvine Beatyvlll and interme tIdiate pointsLFor further information addrHIj H R SMITH G P Ad I PVersaflles Ky r h Oct 6lyiA FAMILY SAttGuuidX Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr echee to handle her famous Uncles Or Throat and Dung Cureti t i1Land nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the childrn t t proof all contagious diseases a medicine is Germ Syrup which has a record of 35 years is iitthe cure of consumption catarrh all lung and bronchial tThe fame of German as a lumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the Ds r Boschee has extended to all parts of tbi t earth It has big sales everywhere e fTwo ahu esc 750 All druggi For sale by J W Gayle IS tf j u i TOYS TOYS FOR SANTA CLAUS Jftl Something Worth the giving Rochester SilverMckled Ware Hogfrers Silver Plate Ware Complete Line Cut Glass Sample Line SpecialiPrices Musical Instruments Finest Line in the City Pocket Cutlery i llw About 250 Patterns in Pearl and Stag Handles ruing Sets Prices fj 125 to X900 in Pearl Silver Ivory and Stag les And our Toy Line is Complete Irish Mail Auto Express dHIHock Racers Auto 11t 1mobiles Coasters Sleds Air Rifles il 11 I J rrt LE tP G SO W R R G O307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsIBdfl Phones i J 1iey I LI I 11 RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the roc 4or will conduct the services mono 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser t 730 Pm Evening Prayeri930 a m Sundayschool in the r chapel Wednesday evening prayer at 730 3 in The public generally Invited to at r tend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev- Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught toy the pastor I Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p m tPrayermeeting Wednesday evening fatEverybody cordially invited Seats I free CHRISTIAN iiURHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 pm Sundayschool at 945 a min the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will sheet in the chapel at 645 p m tj l ayer meeting on Wednesday even 1tug at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct L services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m l Sandayschoolv at2 p in Vespers and prayer at 730 p m ll J FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH tiRev J R Ziegler the pastor will Breach at 11 a m and 130 p m The Young Peoples League will at 645 oclock Imeet chQoI will meet at 945 Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 730 in the Sunda school kroomYou will be welcome at each ser vice METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims pastor Preaching by the pas at 1100 a m 730 p m 9 ant m jSltndYSdh ague 645 p m Wednesday even tlng at 730 oclock in the Sunday f t l School room f Strangarq welcome 11SOUTHERN PRES B Y T H R I AN ICHURCHRev Wm CroWetho t past9r will preach at 11 a mand 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m j Sundayschool at 945 10 m f1Prayormeetlng Wednesday evening Sat 730 p Everybodyir invited to attend BELLEPOINT OH APBL Sunday school at 330 oclockp m THORN HILL There will bo Sun e i r j dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 3 oclock p m e ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end ing Jan 4 Abel Miss Thora Adkins Sarah A Allen Solomonj i Allen Joe Anderson Moola Auhman W B Ayres Wm Co V 1BeardBurge Andy i Brojoka Jab r Brown 1RrBrown Walteri IICain Thos E TJhust Ben Chyton Ernest Consul of Daley Damsle SpainIDelaney Joseph Dlaphem Pearl DJckerson W B Douthitt Saralj Fydler Clara r Gowlns Chasi Goweus Henry Graes Claude Handy Lena Hawkins Maggie Hearst Geo Ivers Michael V Jones Mattie t Jones H Ro Ky Evening Gazette D C R F D No3 Matfleld Jno Mitchell J F Myers RosiertPrlestman Gerald Parker Pearl v Perkins Estlll Phillips Llzzlo Pullian Mandle 7 Rallrells Jno Routed Mabel Roney James Sunders Merda Seeman Mary Sharpe Bcsslo Spellman Dennie v Stone Josie Strobe Mr Walker A a W HS Miss Wallace Maggie Warren Nettle Watson Wm1 Welll Ferd Whiteside Miss B Williams Williams Alex Woolffel F A iWrleht Eliza A Wright W F When calling for any of the above letters please say advertisedIOEOiL vHon M C Swinford of Cynthiana waS In the city yesterday Aicr IT REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS I The following are the assignments ot internal revenue storekeepers storekeepergaugers and gaugers as made by Collector S J Roberts for the month of January Distillery No1Stoll Co Lex Ington Jno T Gunn day Jno M Stevenson additional and bottling fi G Leonard gauger NOJ 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort Amos Griffith day S A Powell additional J G Barnett ad ditional W H Sneed bottling F D Clark gauger No 3H E Pogue Distillery Co Maysvllle J S Wallingford day Frank Harting additional and bot tUngP D Wells gauger No 4W A Gaines Co Franfi fortB McElrpy day I T West additional H S Sinclair additional C H Morgan additional Jno Ste phanskl gauger No 5Jas E Pepper Co Lex ingtonJ R Sams day F G Sparks additional and bottling Z T Phelps auauional U i uerryman gauger No 6 Poyntz Brothers Co Maysvllle Oscar storekeepGrigsby ergauger iso yS J Greenhaum Mldway1 T L McConnell day J W Black additional EE Price additional P P Parrish bottling W T Crosth waite gauger No lo Peacock Distillery Co Kl serton =J D Shy day C L Hough additional and bottling D C Berry man gauger No11S C Herbst Frankfort J A Logan day A W Ndzor addl tlnal and bottling F D Clark gau ger No 14G G White Co ParisC H Wickliffe day N A Moore addl itlonal W G Cooke bottling D C Berryman gauger- Ko 17Old McBrayer Distillery Co IMt Sterling F M Cisco day J J Kearns Additional and bottling A G Leonard gauger No 24J H Rogers Co Nays vmeH G Holliday storekeeper gauger No 32E M Babbitt Versailles George T Mountjoy day J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinker ton g ge- rNo33George Baker Frankfort W D Blanding day J M Russell additional and bottling Speed F StephansklIINo 37John Cochran Co Frank in L Cox day W A Hamilton additional and bottling C N Wlaru gaugerNo 46James E Pepper Co WIH Shelby gauges IT No 52 Labrot Graham Frank fortR H Whittington day E Craig additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger No 53E H Taylor Jr Son- SFranktortJ R Bagley day A B Piper additional J H Murray ad dltlonaljT J Craig meal room J M Praley bottling L R DIggs night p r t J J 111 THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR IhHigh Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP hiole is 4 price Our work is strictly handmade and is soldunder a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle ithat is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can isuit in both quality and prices All we ask is an- opportunity to discus the matter with you Seller Carriage G Iqc YERSIMrES KY i IHeK President WARD A V Combs and C N Wiard gau gersNo 77 Julius Kessler Co Paris J P Hutchcraft day C T Throck morton additional R D Grant addi tional L A Slade bottling D C Berryman gauger No 91J J M Saffell Frankfort U G Carey day J G Brawner additional and bottling F D Clark gaugerNo 106W A Gaines Co Frank fortB F Fannin day Geo W MC Connell additional Henry Newson additional P S Rule additional H S Bell additional E B Davis meal room J M Tanner bottling D Harp additional D E Reid night L L Lemaster and H T Gaines gaugers No 113rGeo T Stagg Co Frank fortW M Saffell day D B Wal cutt additional C M Kash addition al R Straus bottling H T Gaines gaugerNo 72 Miller Anderson Means W R Caraway storekeepergauger No 96J N Blakemore Farmdale Geo P McCann and Geo T Searce storekeepergaugjers No 105 Buffalo Springs Dlstilllnj Company Stamping Ground R A Geers storekeepergauger- No 349Wagner Johnson Gim letRolla Fannin storekeepergauger No 353Peter Fannin Crockett JJC Holbrook storekeeper gauger No 354D C Fannin Wyatt J P Blair storekeepergauger No 355W G Thornbery Christy J M Patrick storekeepergauger General Bonded Warehouse Lex IngtonJ M Burbridge and W F Croghan storekeepergauger General Storekeeperganger Gar land R Bullock Lexington Lexington Rectifying HousesJas- E Pepper Co Shannon Co R S Strader SonToH Shelby gaugerFrankfort Rectifying HousesJ P Williams Jno Stephanskl gauger INDEPENDENT TOBACCO LIVERED 1t Quite a number of wagons loaded with independent tobacco hogshead have come to this city this week and the tobacco has been shipped to the city markets j t r C M BROWXING Sec and Treas tJI Chesapeake Ohio Ry ii Schedule in effect Nov 17 1907 ssbi feet to change without notice 1 Limited for Louisville Nashville MeK phis West and Southwest 940 A M and 615 P M llal1JYLimited For Washington Baltimore Fhiladel phla New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 745 P M Daily I 23lyt MS ttMIND YOUR BUSINESS If you dont nobody will It Is yOuribusiness to keep out of all the trou + btu you can and you can and will keep out df liver and bowel troublejif you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria andrjaundice out of your system 250 at i all drug stores t i CHANGE ilSCHEDULE ilrCars leave Capital Hotel For Park Line 615 a m and every 45 minute r until 10 pJFor Cemetery Line 645 a m and every 45 minute r until 945 pm- For Leestown Line 630 a m and every 45 mInute O until 1015 p m THE CENTRAL KY TRAC CO DIVIDENDS The Deposit Bank of Frankfort has declared a dividend of dye per cent ithree Per cent upon the Huslnesa done since July last this is a fine showing and reflects credit upcta the management of this safe and reliable bankzFarmers Bank of Frankfort has IThl a dlldend of five per centM1 the business done in the lastrsix months When we take into conM1 r federation the stringency in financial kt affairs which Is now passing away this Is a remarkable showing for the management of this solid bank p a t iIbd 4r 1 J pi r TIGHT MONEY c EASTA- I In EW tilj The GriJest Clothing Sa1ei J YEVER KNOWN TO FRANKFORT tr I MENS 2530 AND 35 SUITS ATI5i i r MENS 30 32 3Q SILK LINED OVERCOATS AT20 t YL As a result of the financial squall in New York eastern clothing manu i facturers are loaded up with big stocks which they dont want They do want j 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 the finest clothes we know of offered us a big lot of suits and overcoats at a i price so low as to be absurd We bought them They are here ready for youtf Weve had some remarkable clothing sales in the past but we have never i before been able to offer such suits as these at 15 nor such overcoats atye l20 we doubt if we ever can again More there is a greater variety to select from than any other store in Frankfort could show at the beginning of a season Now men come quick if you want choice The Suits at 15 = Made of handsome worsteds and Scotches in Iboth staple and novelty patternsevery coat hand Imade 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 I35 to 46 chest Its economy to buy two suits at tliis S 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 II f The Overcoats at II 20I READ THIS CAREFULLYITS EXTRAORDINARY 1 r ABOUT 30 BLACK AND OXFORD HEAVY OVERCOATS WORTH 830 S35 4045 NOW 20IABOUT 20 BLACK AND GREY TOP COATS WORTH 835 t S20II lALL BUT ABOUT 10 LUXURIOUSLY LINED WITH SILKti i I We can say nothing more Such a chance will lleVel1 come again Not a coat in the lot that a firstclass tailor could t duplicate for less than S50 toS60 and then the coat would f not be one whit betterif as good Sizes 36 to 42 in overcoats I 35 to 46 in rain coats You will have to come early to get ione of these h I OVERCOATS AT 12 i I Out of regular stocks Choice of those worth regularly 820 and 815 Blacks and fancies All sizes li mot Cash only Alterations charged for No goods on approval t H K McCLURE SONSt INCORPORATED t I 1Ai I iqf I iIAU i il 4 j j dt