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I VW ff T44 ffl FILANKFORT ROJTNPAEOHT wt rEO i A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWSFr 1 n Irt EU LJICAN STATE OFFICIALS TAKE CHARGE r On Monday last the new Reputjll rr can Estate officers were sworn In and tool charge of their several offices 10as follows i Auditor Frank P James of liar rodsburg dAttorney GeneralJames Breathitt of HopkinBvinlle t Treasurer Edward Farley of Pa- ducah x Secretary of StateBen L Bruner of Jt Commissioner of Agriculture La t t tior and StatisticsMerrill C Ran i kin oof Pleasureville t t Suprintendentof Public Instruct t onT G Crabbe of Ashland h i Court of Appeal Nap1er lAdams of Somerset I It depends upon the pill you take DeWltts Little Early Risers are the best pills known Ifor constipation and side headache Sold by South Co When you want the best get Def Witis Carbolized Witch Hazel Save It good for little or big cuts bolls or bruises and Is especially recom mended for piles Sold by South y CIRCUITf Jas S Morris who acted as special circuit judge in the recent Powers trial has announced RSa candidate for circuit judge lnthe district formerly presided over by Judge B Frank Peak but now under Judge Charles Marshall of Shelby ville by apofritment of Governor Beckham The election will be held to fill the vacancy caused by Judge Peaks resignation and will occur next November TOe district Jts composed Df Ytfi counties vof An er ou Henry dliibam- Shelby and Trimble Morris Js an able andup rlg1 fjuJdg n lM1DR TA LORSA NNUAL LETTER- Petersburg Va Jan J908 Editor Roundabout I enclose my annual subscription for another yearof the delightful fellowship with you and all my many v other Frankfort friends which the Roundabout sustains for me as no- other meana to which I can fa sort Its weeklyvlsita are not unlike personal letters from those r a sMr dplace in my memory When I was leaving Frankfort eleven years ago many Said half boastingly neverylove as yoou f spoke truly And it is because Frankfort knows how to love Its friends sand to cherish its honored 1 and beloved pastors My love to you xandvto them all Gratefully k l W C TAYLOR When the Stomach Heart or Kid nej nerves get weak then these orj 4gang always fall Dont drug the a Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or r Kidneys That is simply a make shift Got a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative la pro- pared expressly for these weak inside I nerves Strengthen these nerves f build them up ffith Dr Shoops Rei storatlvetablets or liquid and see FreeIShoop Racine Wis Your health is rL surely worth this simple test IV MILLIONAIRE HAGGIN TO SELL ALL HIS TROTTERS C cV HaYing determined to cease breeds I hug and raising troting horses Mr ffittfxa B Haggln has determined to sell rall of his trotting stock on hand isome 35 head of royallybred animals pVr4ieded by the noted stallion Knight 222 Mr wilf breed and nOWlIOnl I TWO DESPERATE CONVICTS ESCAPE On Monday afternoon just at the closing hour of the cell houses at the Penitentiary two desperate con viets Burt Wing and John Clarke made their escape from the prison They were both life term men WIng was a member of one of the bust families In Southern Kentucky and was sent up for kllllnc his wife and her paramour Clarke is a negrO and was sent up for murdering another negro The men were both trusties Wing Vas stationed in the office to set as- a messenger and to answer the isle phone Clarke was the man who took the long ladders to the wall guards by which they descended to the ground just as the allrightI bell was sounded they walked out of the gates and In High street to the railroad yards of the t N There all trace was lost Wing had on a suit of gray clothes allowed for good conduct and would dot be suspected of being a convict unless special attention was called to him I Clarke had on It pair of citizens pants It was learned afterwards Under hlsprison sUitIIt Is s dVingwould in all probability have been paroled In the near future cA retard of 100 ejichhas been of fered for their arrest The alarm was given about five or ten minutes after tub men got away and every effort made to catch them men t i The finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by tjhaveutes Made In a minute Bays the doctor jfiealth Coffdin really the produced Not a grain7890IksOI Closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro diicedi Not grain of real Coffee in itreltheV HealthCoffee Imitation is made Iron pare t st dcerealsof fijraina iwtthi malt nuts etc Really It would fool aa expejt were he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee H S Wash 9 TOBACCO MEN CONSULT HERE j SATURDAY Agreeable to the adjournment On Thursday at Winchester thecon feres on the part of the Americas Socletyof Equity and the American Tobacco Co met with the Governor on Saturday last and an agreeable and pleasant conference was held It wan found that at the present no agreement could be arrived at as to the price of the pooled tobacco and it was suggested and agreed that a committee of the Association should g6 to New York City and try to make an agreement with the Trust mag nates in that city It is generally believed that an agreement will finally be arrived at which will be more satisfactory than 11thLEXINGTON OFFICIALS ASK FOR v SOLDIERS AND GATLlN GUN The county arid city Lexington and Fayette county cameI here on Wednesday and asked that Gov Wlllson and Adjutant General Johnston send a detachment of mllltla and a gatllng gun to Lexington to guard the big tobacco warehouses In that city where vast quan titles of burley tobacco are stored This was done to forestall a rumored raid of the Night Riders andlFlemIngeverybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With sissy places on her neck and Once she was so thin and cross used to with Mother gave JerJOascacweet now shes w U gain Sold1 BySouth Co l I r CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES Promptly at 10 oclock on Monday morning Circuit Judge Robt L Stout rapped for order in the January term of circuit court The following gentlemen were duly empaneled and sworn as the grand jury Wj E Thompson foreman W L Pence J D Griffin H C Wilson Jas Mitchell Louis shackelford M T Ellis Robt W Noel Thosf Nash Clarence Julian Milton Moore and B B Jeffers Judge Stout delivered a ringing and vigorQus charge to the grand jury denouncing in strong language the recent outrages perpetrated by the night riders In Southern Ken tucky and demanding that any incipient indications of such things in this county should be sternly re pressed as such outrages ultimately ended In the worst form of anarchy The law was read to them showing that even going out as a peaceful army was a felony and should be discountenanced by all good citizens He stated that such conduct would surely bring ruin to the hardworking cropsforperidint family reIportedcourage the friends ot1awand rightSFINE QLDTIWE KE TUqKYI I GENTLEMAN DIES On MDdaYla t Mr Joel Irvine Lyle of Lexington died at the Good Samaritan Hospital aged 82 years as the fult of an operation 1 Mr Lyle was an oldtime Kentucky gentleman A man of the highest in tegrity Was one of the most genial end hospitable gentlemen we ever knew Was never happier than when he had his home full of kindred spirits He was a member of that large well known and prominent family of Lyles who are scatered all through the counties of Fayette Bourbon Wpodfprd and Clarke owned a fine farm just two miles from the courthouse at Lexing ton Ho was a brotherinlaw of Messrs Charles Russelland Irvine Railey prominent horsemen of Fayette and Woodford counties He had been married three times and had been a widower for several years He leaves four sons Marion Tay lar Lyle of Lexington joel Irvine Lyle Jr of New York City Ernest Ralley Lyle of Pitsburg Penn and Cornelius Lyle of Pennsylvania who w reat his bedside when this grand old man passed l1way The funeral services were con atItherelmahsorely bereft family we tea 1TOthO warmest Sympathy of one and ioved their beloved FRONT F R AWAY ARIZONA We have received a card of New Year our old friend Mr L4ClarlfVernon now of Phoenix Arizona but formerly of this city He sends a glowIng account of the wealth produced by the copper min- Ing Industry of that far western State The statement shows that Arizona copViperexceeds output of the same metal by 39000000 pounds We thank our friend for his kindly greeting which Is returned with Interest May he live long and prosper a Kodol Dyspopsla Cure DIgttts what you fat Isi rjt1 r J Special Sale of WOMENS SUITS r t sf A- TCKAGINBROS i i Come and get your choice of a SjbyJiteh assortment of Tailored Suits n t a bargain t p h oe 111111 BRO t NO 4148 CLAIR TATBRIDGE FRANKFORT ICY ta NIGHT RIDERS AGAIN Night riders destroyed tobacco barns at Bethel iff Bath county and at Sherbqurne in Fleming county on Monday night The gang numbered abqut 30 men The property destroyed is estimated at 25000 in value GovV Wiilson has offered a reward of 500 each for the asrest and con viction of any person connected with these raids c WATCHED FIFTEEN YEARS For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica WhiChlItEast Wilton Maine 25c at all drugstores CHANGES IN NAME OF COL LEGES 4tBy an agreement between the curators of Kentucky University and off State College a bill will be presentedrto1 the Legislature asking that the name of State College be changed to Kentucky State University and that H of Kentucky University be changed to Transylvania University n 1i The bill will doubtless pass at j once IMPORTANT C O7CHANGE IThe C O Is now running a spec lab train to Louisville when the traintfrom tho East is more than one hour late insuring all conectlons BARNEY DP A IGEOV A f lean tie Blgnatare ef HdAlwsrS Bout N ljustReceivedJ rdi tt Another Lot of the Fa- mousMcGREW SHINGLES i r HAMMONMCO i f kt 1 JJ i K t i- J = = Liiiii ii = =bf t WEITZELS CLEARANCE 3ALE1 i I Our Greet Clearance Sale ison We Will Have Great Values to Offer ILot Wool Dress Goods 50c quality reduced to39c yard di dt Lot 90c Wool Dress Goods reduced tq t Y Lot 100 Wool Dress Goods reduced i 125 Black Silks reduced to 98c tot f6c Colored Taffeta Silks reduced Hprd LotFancy Silks for Waits w rth100 ana 125 reduced- to 75c yard h Ih Lot Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks reduced to less than cost M I let Mr John Y Rout of VersaiMes was In the city on Monday Mr Arthur Goebel of Covington was Tiere this week jMiss Eudora S Crutcher la visiting I iler felster Mrs Graham Vreeland in Agra Mary E relatives at Lawr 0lilss Pattie Thomas has returned form a visit to Loulsvlllei resident J K Patterson of Stat College was here this week q I fMir John H Kearney of Versailles Misses Emily and Anne Thorns fjvlslted In Louisville this week Rev RIli McCready of Crescent Hniwas in the city on Monday j Rev E Penick of Tuscaloosa y Ala was in the city this week iProfCJ Norwood State College Lexington was here this week Mr Nat Stone of Versailles at tended county court on Monday Hon Sol VanMeter and wife ol Lexington were here this week Judge W H Holt of Pewee Valley attended the courts here this week 7 Mr Thomas H HInde of Chicago Ills was here this week on business lirGebH Sehon of the Childrens Home Louisville was here Thursday Mrs Thos N Arnold has gone to Florida to spend the rest of the win ter r Mr J M Roberts of Danville was the guEst of Hot Jas A Violet this week Miss Lettie Crowe has returned troth a visit to relatives at Greenville Miss t rMr tfjhosR Howard of Versailles was In the Monday county court day4SMayor C E Woods of Richmond TvaBjtjhere vto see the Legislature or ganlze t r M i Thos F Jones of Falrhavon the wi te MraArthur O VanWinkle has re turned frpm ajvlslt to his mother at Danville JW Miss Virginia Thomas is the guest of l lr aunt Mrs iron Graham at Lexington 1tE MV Walcutt lot Lakeland wa jhcre this week returning home ThurSday M Jy MI Stewart of Ashland rvaskin the city on legal business Hr IcCJure returned Fraynight from a trip to New To Gity if f Mr H K Ward of tIe Seller Car riagg Co Versa111eswas Inpthe city on Ionday tr Miss Alice Fnllls of Lawrence bur cametihere on Wednesday for HtInter 1 t or ID C r1t1fj arbouSvlllei ir i was here this week and made us a pleasant cal- lExLieut Gov Wl Bt Thorn of Eminence was here to see the Legis lature organize Miss Frances Orr who has been visiting her father fu Owen county has returned home if Rev J M Severance and wife have returned from a visit to their old home at Stanford Capt CC Calhoun of Washington City was Jn the city on Wednesday on legal business Mr S T Buford of Louisville was the guest of his fatherlnlaw MaJ F P Lewis this week Mrs Arthur C VanWinkle and son Dick have gone to Florida for the rest of the winter Miss Lizzie Hunt Chink and Miss Anna Bell Chinn areguests of Misses Burnam In Richmond tf j Miss Katherine Coleman visited her sister Mrs Jos Shlveley in Louisville this week Mr Alva Johnspn of who has been the guest of friends here has returned homeI Mr Howell Scott of Lexington was the guest of his parents Col Jv A Scott and wife Sunday Mrs Jennie Goblin of Campbells vllle is the guest of her son Dr R M Goblin Shelby street RevEA Penick of Tuscaloosa Ala who has been visiting Relatives here has returned home Miss Annie Crutcher of Kentucky Avenue West Side visited relatives at Eminence on Saturday Mr Wallace Howe of Olympia was the guest of his brotherinlaw Dr lLSKetler this week U S Senator Thos H Pay tor arrived in the city on Sunday to attend the opening of the Legislature Drs U V Williams and N M Gar rattatteJ1ded the Midland Medical Association at Midway Thursday Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby vllle w sJJi the city this week He looks In fine health and says he is also Mr W G Simpson1 who has seen visiting relatives at his old home in Owen county has returned home Col Jas A Scott and daughters Misses Hattle and Bertha have returned from French Lick Springs Ind Judge R L Stout and wife are at MrsViR H Crittendonson Wapping street during she term of circuit COUrt Mrs ham Hughes of Indianapolis d who was the estokof her sister Mrs E Hisiijott has returned Mrs Sff P trrlshof Croppers who has been st of Dr W Lee Drutcher sand wife has returned home IIMisses Josslq ai14Judith Cox havg returned from to heir sister Mrs R1 M Burgebs at Big Stone San Va rltMr- s Beulah Scott anA Miss Ella I emper oi Owen eountya arg guestit Jl If t q t r Lot Ladies and Misses Suits reduced to less than cost Lot Ladies Misses and Onildrens Furs reduced to less Cos- tLotLadies f Silk Underskirts worth 600 and600 seduced to 398 f VV Lot Ladies and Misses Umbrellas worth X125 only98cfLot White Shirt Waists all sizes half price Jfr t Lot Embroideries all reducedr v J Odd Lot Corsets worth 100 and 125 reduced to 75cIBig Lot liemnants at half price Lf OSARI E J VVEIr ELJI f PERSONAL1 itBrakemorejisvisftini yi camoeihereonWedneadaylor tbiiweekMi e Louisville homer thants IIstreetTenn was In the city on business this week Miss Nora Miller was called to Woodstock Ill yesterday by the ill ness of her brother Miss Joe Stevenson of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of her brother Mr Chas Stevenson has returned home Hon J M McKenzie Moss ex Congressman from the ThirtY District was In attendance uPon the courts here Thursday We are glad to learn that MaJ W S Dehoney who has been qulete is considerably better and hopes soon to be well again Grand Commander Chas E Dodge aA R of Berea was in the city Monday and inspected Albert G Bacon Post NoJ3 Miss Marie Wllklns who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell left Saturday for Cincinnati to attend the Art School Hon Jos C Lykins and son ford of Lexington were in the BUI this week to look over the tion of State IlfrairsIMfsses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake were guests of Mrs Clarence Wilson their cousin at Smithfield this week Mr D J Hubbell and wife enter tamed Thursday evening in honor of their daughter and soninlaw Mr Wm Fletcher and wife Mr Jno BL1ndsQyJr of West Pascagaula Miss was the guest of his parents Mr Jno B Llndsey Srfl andwUe this week Mn Geo B MInary Mr Jos S inary Mr Claude Ryley and MrI Claude Willams of Versailles were to the city on Saturday Miss Agatha Welch and Miss LihfI oyeaux of Louisville who have been guests of Miss Eleanor Mar shall have returned home Col SoO Herbst of Milwaukee ffla proprietor of the Old Judge distillery hta returned home after poking over his property here Miss Marguerite Howard has returned to Nazareth Academy after ipandlng the holidays with her par ants Mr W A Howard and wife e Cal E Polk Johnson of Louisville was here to see the new Legislature and S ate officersstart on their new work He is a veteran of the old School Mr Paul Collins of Harvard College who has ben at home for the lolidays with his parents Dr J S qlllnsand wire returned to College on Monday IMiss Helen ORear Miss rda loberts and Miss Anne Baker who have been at home for the holidays have returned to Science Hill Acad amy Shelby vllle Mr Jas H Watson of Louisville visited his old home town far the sea ond time in 22 years this weelc rind attended the meeting of the State Fed ration oalabor He a mdeW J1t call 111 p4 7if iss AI th4 rI rr t JANUARY LINEN SALEij 1 J ttQur Annual Linen Sale commences ii Monday the 13th and will continue Table Linens Towels Crashes Linen f Sheetings Linen Lawns Linen Pieces ill Hemstitched and Hand Embroidered t in various sizes Also closing out our Jackets Goats and Suits at great reduc tions We will appreciate the priyi loge of showing these goods t P J HEENEY OFFICERS OF STATE FEDER ATION OF LABOR The State Federation of tabor elected the fqlipwlng 3 officers on Wednesday President H6rnian Christen of Louisville 1st Vice President R C Bennett of Louisville of 2d VicePresidentTJ Donaway 3d Vice PresidentRobert Arm stead of Newport 4th Vice PresidentAug Henry of Louisville 5 th Vice IresidentPeter Beers Covlngton Secretary and Treasurer John Young of Louisville Delegate to American Federationi of LabbrW1 G Shea of a Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free ort request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the peoplwitlouta pen nys costWho great value of th4s scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy aNS NOMINEES FOR LIBRARIAN AND PRISON COMMISSIONER ocratic caucus nominated FrankMr H ICayanaugh of this city for Librarian and Mr Fihley E Fogg of Morgan county for Prison Commissioner The Republicans nominafed Mrs Sallie Marshall of Columbia for Li brarian and MrJ B McLin of Jackson county for Prison Commlsr Sionerr The date for the election of these officers has been tx dfor January 14th 1f jrep piaiflea theb dOeratehealiekfaerupties- lj J 7rr KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL i ROAD r Beginning Wednesday December y it 12th the Kentucky Highland Railroad is I Co put on a regular passenger train 15lbetween Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road to MillviUo being pushed as rapidly asS tposible when the service will be ex tended to Old Taylor and Mlllyille r 1amDouble dally passenger service will be ah put on between Frankfort and Mill vllle as soon as the construction is t completed probably about January v v1st Tho following rates obtain CllfCside Jet Trumbo f h 16c Gardners 20casOld Crow v2BcOld Taylor 30c Miilville asc VzMinimum charge lOa y k Commutation ticket books good for P4 trips and good only for use In cal endar month sued and for the per son to Whom isuedql J Between Frankfort and Old Crow 500 i4 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor i445 600 Issued by fcj P F MANNNG SupttApproved by t Ss BUSH Pres UA i f1 9 i4- MINDOl1R BUSINESS tI 1S4 f If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out af all the trouv ble vote can bad you can and wills keep out df livar and bowel trouble k if you take Dr icings New LIfo Pills They keep Uillousness malarlpandt jaundice out of your system vSSp at all drug stores xyq t wart l i rwlsr r 1 l THE LEGISLATURE ORGANIZED 4 The Legislature met on Tuesday yat 12 oclock noon t trThe Senate was called to order by Governor Wm H Cox The byY+ ll V Conn Linn of Galloway county was elected President pro tem by a vote JIlfllof 21 to 15 for Senator A C Olllver i opof Allen county v 7i JViri Wm Cromwell of this city 4h was elected Clerk drr 3 r J M Alverson of Lincoln pcounty was elected Assistant Clerk tR + Miss Annie Nourse of Hardint county was elected Enrolling Clerk Mr Oscar Vest of Owen county was elected SergeantatArms J iMr John Thomas of Gravest Z Doorkeeper L r Mr Joshua R Catlett of Caldwell r k tttro f county Bill Clerk j Mr Giles Young of Davless county tJ fAssistant SergeantatAnn 1 I Mr Tyler Charitonof Jefferson it county Cloak Room Keeper i Pages Leslie Kendrick of Frank II lin Albert Kenney of Montgomery v EL Renmker of Harrison j J C rf Hicks of Hancock r electedgr In the House Clerk Jas EStone t called the body to order The oath of office was administered F CCbyijudge J Hw Polsgrove The following officers were elected Simpsonrf county over Jno P Haswell Jr of countyt eff Jefferson t county over John Shields of Jeffer t Mt nI f iABBistant Clerk Marion F Pogue r of fcritenden over Oscar Downs of I Campbell Enrolling Clerk Miss Amy Lyons ofJe amnoovcr A B Hammondof FranklliiDoorkeeperA t C Dunn of Lin colnoverw Jesse of Shelby ixf Sergeant atArmsO W Longmlre of Fayette over M J Clark of Hop 1 kins Keepers Cloak Rooni Guy Vinson ltik 61 Muhlenburg and Jas F Edwards of Henderson 4y+ r Pages Dudley Ragsdale of Wash t in ton Gulick Dunstall of Pendle ton Bart Peak of Trimble and V Lindley DouthItt of Henry The officers of the House were tf J elected by a strict party vote of 60 Democrats to 48 Republicans rttr e i RESIGNED BOTH PLACES a M 0 M Barnett President of the Equity Tobacco Association came to o this city on Thursday from Indian Iears the Signature at Bourn I RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUM DRY QOODS tune and money on your by coming direct to There is sure to be to you in our immense and sHied stock no matter how critical your tastes For weve on floor cover ingSin F save you from 14 To ir h Ii TROOPS ORDERED TO LEBANON On request of the Representative from Marion county a detachment of the first Regiment Kentucky National Guards were sent to Lebanon on Wednesday to guard a big to baco factory at wholeINEW POSTAL REGULATION Newspapers Prohibited tom Sending Papers When Time Has Expired there went into effect January 1st a new postal regulation which will have a material effect on newspapers as the government under the regulation forces them to collect in adyance all subscriptions or bo denied the privilege of the mails pound rates The law provides tha papers can not be mailed at pound rates after the subscription plan lapsed the following lengths of time Daily papers three months tri weeklies six months Semiweeklies IWbUeof the year publishers are given until April 1st to get their affairs In shape to observe the rule We call the attention of our subscribers to this new law and urge them to pay up at once so wewUl not have to leave their names off Every subscription to the Roundabout must be marked up to 1909 by the first of April 6r we will under the law eI forced to discontinue them This rule was made by the govern ment In order to rid the mails of many trashy publications whIch are sent out entirely for the advertise ments and on which the subscriptions are rarely paid There are many thousands of such papers and they are the mail and do odiTheapply to this character of publications without including all and in the end it will likely be beneficial to the public and to publishers who print papers worth the subscription charged HERES GOOD AVICE 0 S Wool over one or the best known merchants of La Raysville N Y saysHIt you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed for sores wounds burns or abrasions 25c a all drug stores flOLDTAYLORflTHE I K E N T U C K Y W Hill S K E Y EH JL80N8 Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky yj 11r J i rih Save headquarters something please diver years beDricemakers WCLUTKEMEIER tbatIllaceI TAYLORJr purchases BLOCKADED Every Household In Frankfort Should Know How to Re slat It The backaches because the kidneys are blockaded Help the kindness with their hard work The back will ache no more Lots of proof that Doans Kidney Pills do this Its the best proof because It comes from FranktortIof 39 says Ordinary backache Is sum cleat for any one to endure but when there Is added to it trouble with the kidney secretions which embarrasses you during the day and breaks your sleep at night It Is no wonder the sufferer Is miserable and welcomes the means he employes to get relief It is hard enough for any one to endure fortone as as seems come doubly hard It was not until I learned about Deans Kidney Villa that I found a remedy that would do just what is claimed for It I pro cured a box atJ W 6ayles drug store and their use corected the ac tion of the kidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching In my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about Doans- Kidney Pills as they do exactly as representedFor by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster 3iilburn Co Buffalo New York solo agent for the United States Remember the name Deans and take no other BREAKS ARM AGAIN While skating at the Coliseum Skating Rink on Thursday Mrs Chas Irlon bad the misfortune to have another fall by which she broke her arm a secnod time and close to the same place it was broken by hor- first tumble Itftm Early Risers The ta ious Mttto pHfec CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY Schedule Affective on and after December 3 1907 Cars will leave Lexington for Versailles and Frankfort every hour from 600 a ip to 600 po Inclusive Cars Will leave for Ver at7pm9pmandllpmtCars will leave Versailles for Frank fort every hour from 645 a mntll 645pm Inclusive Cars vlll leave Frankfort for Ver sallies and Lexington at 600 a m and every hour from 730 a m until 730 ptn9inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Lex ington every holir rom 615 a m pn til 815 pm Inclusive and at 1015 Ip m FJunlng time Lexington to Versall lees 45 minutes Versailles to Frank fort 45 minutesJ B CRAW- FORDrrhaonpManager 1r DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE I have a number of Duroc Jersey Boars ready for service lJiI ifor sale Apply to me at Switzer G W QUARLES iJ Or at South Trimbles place where f xttth- ey are at present f Nov 162m j Jr It KILL 11 AND CURE II WITH II CARPETS thoroughbred THECOUCH I THE LUNGS Dr Kings I II New DiscoveryrFOR j COLDS TrlM IPRIm AND ALLTHROAT LUNITIIOUBLES- Gt1 D BATIBFAOTOP Old XOWXT t Jra REPVXDEDRigs iJ TIW taIlRus itue fW I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOS r i1 Apd all styles of Portraits and 1fi 4my new Gallery South Frankfort Bride Bt Call on the Reliable Photo itit 86 MA TERN h II Liquors and Where to Buy The The Pure Food Law I jStraightDr Uadys Condition rowuew are r tat a horse needs when in badICondition Tonic blood Purlli elf anj ennifnge They are not food b f dmedicine and the best in use to pnc 8 horse In prime condition Price 3 cents per package l For sale by J W Gayle and Le k tfCompte A Gaylepl Do you have backache occasionally or stitches in the side and spine IsoSouth Co 1 Weak Kidneys kidneyNerves organItself1d strengthen them Dr Shoopt Restorative Is pmedfcine spectfcally prepared to reach these tontrel nerves To doctor Kidneys alone Is fu lie It is a waste time and of money M wItrIcaldsorfsdarkandstrongifyoahavesymptoms of Brights or other or dangerous kid ner disease BetontivQa month Tablets or Ll4uldand see what it can and will dp for you DruggiK recommend and sell DrShoapSi v Sold by South 4t Co AJ J r DneFlanIcrnn BDUn about rf i f Ken1IFRANKFORT JAN 1I190Q I TO OUR FRIENDSr s Announcement having been made in thevlast issue of this paper that tho plant ofMr George A LwIsIncludlng the Roundabout has changed hands I feel it is due the- patronsloftheI paper that they be in fornftl as to the policy of the new f management which has been incor porated under the name of The CompanyS effected will be the changing of the name f arid style of the Roundabout The Si paper will continue1 as a weekly but will be changed from a five to aj t Jairv I Li six column paper An effort will be l r put forth to make It one of the best V1 Weeklies in the state and the farmers iny this and other counties 1r will be given the latest arid most up todate farm news 1 y v H It is the tpuriPoseof the new man 10 d i agement to publish one of the best 1aV1MRYiCidi7O jrwnfj fternoon papers in thecState t This v r paper will be started within the next few weeks or as soon as the properl- arrangementscan t be made And those subscrlhers of the Roundabout who desire to change fromth weeklY toI i jjthe daily will be made a special offer ut1n sine tley ijI is tho further intention of the publicationHt of the Kentucky Law Reporter in an- jimprpyed i fprmjond new machinery f illibBiriHtalled so as to enable the company to ehrryon 5 large print wf s c f The names of the new dally And f weekly will be given in the next issue i lof this paper and the management i to running In full force 1 within the next few weeks The t comuanytakea thisrpccaslon to assure yythe roublic that 1 its publications will be i llrstclas ln every respectandx that all business entrusted to it will bo i I transacted with promptness ands in a businesslike mariner HTFRA KFbRT PRINTING CO i VItEELANDrIt M resldentandGeneral Manager i1rj TOTNE Pit1BLtC J ol iJ I Having disposed pt imy Cross Rpad8Shpptp the Frankfort Print i king Company and having accepted tho position of Secretary and Treasurer as well as Superintendent of the Me chanical Department of the lattsr I 1tal1andfair and courteous treatment I hays tried to afford them during my busi ness career In Frankfort wlll be con tinuedFor the past six years I llav printingithat was different something new andoriginaland how well I have sue ceeded along these m willing 11tharanhe3tPrinting promise you the finest quality of printlfig that will be second to nose in the State of Kentucky The policy of the new company will be courteous treatment promptness fair and hon t V est prices and highclass work We will spare neither time nor money to equip our new plant in order to reach this en4inthe many years I have been a resident of your city I have endeavored to treat each and every one the bet I knew how andnpw I look back with pride to the many friends fhaVemade in Frankfort Once more thanking you for thp many kindnesses shown me in the past and hoping for a continuanc9rof lrth to re main i YourasincerelyM COYLB 1 STATE FEDERATIONOF LABOR MEETING The State Federation of Labor Clubs of Kentucky gnat In this cty on Monday last and remainedajptsee phoPTempleThey adopted a Eerieaf of resolutions asking the vLegislaturo to amend the various laws governing the labor question There were about 100 delegates fn atendance upon the meeting TO 8000EEDJUDGE Mr Chas W Yungbiuth of Newn port has been selected and wijl be appointed by Gov Willsori as Judge of the Campbell Circuit Court to succeed the late lamented Judge Albert S Berry Mr Yungbiuth is said to be a fine young lawyer and a clean mania every way I WILL HAVE NO OPPOSITION V By a dispatch from Winchester we learn that Chief Justice E C ORear will not have any opposition from his pwn party in his candidacy for reelection as Judge of the Court of Appeals which election will take place nextNpyember Judge ORear is an able and upright Judget anJ as his party has an overw elmning majority In the die trict his reelection Is assured A Boston schoolboy was taU weak and sickly llis arms were soft end flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts EmulsionY NOW tI To feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed toa blacksmith 4 JLL DRUGGISTS SOc AND too 1 POWERS CASE ENDED I After lghtYelek of Hard Fought Battle Jury Falls to Agree After a legal battle of eight weeks the trial of Caleb Powers charged with being accessory to the assassination of William Goebel was con cludedon Saturday last at noon by the discharge of the jury who had failed to agree tanding 10 tp 2 in favor qf acqliltali Jy The arguments of the attorneys lasted from Moadaymoining until Wednesday evening Judge Morris then instructed the jury to take the ease and to be doubly careful not to let anything that might occur In their deliberations become public andato structed the sheriff not to allow anyone to hold rtof comtnunica- than with the jlp Notwithstanding these precautions rumors began to gain credence that the jury had disagreed and stood as it Was finally given out InfeV hoursafter they had gone to their room 0f course on Friday when they andcame into cou jlformed the judge that they could riot make la verdict actual dembri startlon was given to that fact r The Judge gent them5to their rooms twice and urged them to agree Finally allowing them to hake their last report at afw minutes to lZ oclock Saturday Great disapppintment was felt by both sides because of this mistrial Powers atorneys at once applied for ball for their Client and made argument Jo that effect but Judge Morris declined to grant the motion and remanded the prisoner to the scott county Jail His atdrheys then moved for an 4nfciediate new trial which was likewise refusedand the case Set for trial again on Monday July Oth The atorneys then filed a petition with Gov Willson asking that their client be given a pardon riThere the case rests at present ts Ita ncngets into your tem Jit acts on every muscle and fibre pf the body and makes you he all over It especially affects the intes tine and wakes you constipated so In order to got rid of a cold thorough ly aid without delay you should not take any think that will tend p constipate Ken eds Laxative Cough- syutp acts upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold put pf the systenj ft contains no opiates it Is pleasant oIpmendedfIts very jn portant and In fact its absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to testont8Ch prcniptf lyat ho first signs of trouble 1i are hln of gas nausea sour stomach lfche irritability and t1 rvousncrssT c e are warnings that the stomach has been mistreated it is doing too much work arid it Takesomethingafter meals something like Kodol For Dyspepsia end Indigestion It Will enable your Stomach io do Its worlipf6perJy Sold by South Co CONCREtE WORK DONE The concrete work pf tie now Unlpn Depot has been finishe and P9Phptaway the part of thf materials left over The grass plot fronting on Ann street will be finished in the springMr Take It aU1n all that structure Is a very handsome and convenient one and Is a credit to the Capital City and to the L N Railroad WORK RESUMED As Indicated in last weeks Issue work on the McClure skycraker was resumed on Tuesday morning The casings of the concrete work are be- Ing removed and such work as will not be interfered with by winter weather will be done right along APPOINTED INSPECTOR OF LABOR Editor D W Clark of the Moun tain Advocatehas been appointed State Inspector of Labor by Commis sioner of Agriculture M 0 Rankin Mr Clark came h reqn Tuesday qualified and enfered upon the die chkCgo of his daties t E t y V Fj j J Pleasant to tuk7k I o TrW Auk Laat1veiJSyraJ10 iJ it if tjjf NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION l r t IifAskt t I JIIf tjim J And he will tell you Laxative Fruits aa i their extracts aret a the best medicines forGons ipatipn as they bring a tf4 j action of the bow lJwh n minerals audtheir salts are irritating to the intestines stLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and yege table Compound and if used in Constipation Yill bring about a complete cure ridding you of such sy ptOlJS M i lSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling auseousness jBloated V 1 aKlYJ any other you have tried SAL-L DRUGGISTS 25e AND 60c PER B TTLjjt yYY ir I ii lI 1l Tobacco Bellows Blower i I V Hoes Forks f24a Spades iN t i I Cradles and Fingers ki j Scythes al1dSnatchesLL Zf fIt f Scythe Stones WheelbarrowsTi Thresher Machine Oil tF a Tarpaulins v vK h d I MonKey WrenchesT llIjt 1bBSp Eittings and Wreches4 ll J2Iw EIxr PRANKUG1 li YjI rye f t Hardware Paints Oils Etc ti l ADDITIONAL TRIPS BY TRACTION LINE In addition to the trills which have been pn the schedule Pf the Inter VcrlslpJesas jtnstead of the lastscur leaving for Versailles arid Lexington at 630 p mcaIS leave at 730 and 930 p m The last car from Lexington reaches this city at 1030 p m ti j A JUDGE ALBERT 8 BERRY DIES The sad news came to this city on Tuesday1 morning that Hon Albert S Berry Circuit Judge pf Campbell county had died suddenly at his home In Newport pn Monday of pneumonia Judge Berry hid served In the State Legislature from Campbell oounty in Congress from the Sixth Congressional District and was cir cult judge when he died He was an able and astute lawyer and politician and a genial gentleman He was a warm friend of Frankfort and did all he could for the perma nent Ipcatipn pf the Capitol here and for the Improvement of the Kentucky river He will wbe greatly miaredlJ e tt t NEW STATE plb v y sNI State Treasurer Edward i shas13ltofles as follows t7 IducahPany of Qtyensborp State National febBank of Frankfort National Branch iTJI Bank of Kentucky Frankfort Citi zees National Bank Bowling Greena J Mercer National Bank Farmers National HarrQdsburg1ijjIl vnt iOlark County Winchester State National Bank of r V Maysville Treasury Farley said Tuesday that ji J 1tSfaduallyWlthdrawing while he would make no promisest If funds from the banks and would Li cause no panic He also stated that he would appoint no other banks iias State depositions Jfa iifiH II 0 PORIBtuitk Signature Mjot The AlwtS Bit IMJ S uaro Deal Is utnd yOU when you buy lr PIcrces taiMyymcatcthesfor all the liigredl en arc printed on tho Vottluv ruppcfi and their formulas ern attested under oath ni being complete and cornet Yoif intuit just what you are paying for and that the ingredients are gathered from Natures laboratory being telCtcd from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American forpsfSTtfldjvhlle potent to cure 7 mosttw a 03t valuable and anti soothlngdemujtftI 1r Pierces Golden lIed IcnlDlSCO crYln cure of indigestion dyspepsia dc stomach attended sour risings IDr foul breath coated tongue appetite gnawing f In stem and kindred derange s of the stomachs liver and ides curing all the above distressing ailments the Golden Medical Discovery tns a specific for al diseases of mucous membranes as catarrh whether of tho boWelsjstages It wlll yield to this sovereign rem perseveredlnInChronlcio while taking the covery for necessary constitutional treatment to cleans tha passages freely II or three times a day Dr Sages IIt Remedy This thorough cqurso treatment generally cures the worst trr jcajes Iti coughs andjhoarssdess causidbybroni- eblal throat 11 IMedical Discovery isamosttifilaienptt n hangenetthe bronchial mucous membranes TlJeDIs h cover Is not 50 good for acute coughs 4c lug from sudden colds mustIt be ex J tsgctnom dicine will do tUntits forcaall ncgrrwt i h lfmL1clp that eat be4tyre r t Jar DEATH OF LOUIS 8ZYMAN8KI J gOThe man friends Of Lout Szy mansJd a lorfflerrsafdeiif Of Trop 3co were pained to learnoI his death r ait the home of his parents Mr and- Mrs1 i Alex Szymanskl In Lo3Anga- 1es Tuesday afternon cMr Szypnan alf who was vbuf twentySeven years of agewasa Spanish war vetoail h vII g Served ai4twith credit and honor to himself and ls country during the SpanishAmer Whileik stout amV strong frame succumbed I 9r to a fever and returned home with f r VVialth impaired Many are the tt friends throughput this valley who with what rTiih ever irememoer part i tlenpe and solicitude Mr Szymanski kover performed a number of tweeds ofI j h r1 charity and brotherly jklndueas when f ri us physical dlsablUty was most jmanlfest A most pathetic feature Jioithfs untimely death was the love I reverence he bore his countrys ftemblem Realizing that dissolution 4 Vas rapidly approaching he re ir qtestedifB mother to hang the Stars Hit end Stripes near his couch that he g look on itp bright foldsthe flag lie had so valiantly defended 0 The mother whose love and devotion prolonged the life of her soldier boys f drafled Old Glory near the bed and solidItoI hls co ntenence and the ender P v hig look that cane to the pyes l when he beheld the flag 5 The funeral services were held in i Los Angeles Thursday afternoon and r tKe emaTfl cbli v eyedto Fr Lawn sortedi4 y alarge ntt er 0 frlenas i 5 Spajishwar veteranSLos Angeles t yytiff fSEEN YEARS PROOFS I seven yearsrof proof f that pfrklngs New Discovery is the Jrliwt medicine to take for coughs and iTMioldV and for every disease condition a of throat cheat or lungs says W worldii years proo that Dr Kings New Discovery is th- eLJ best remedy for coughs and colds la J v xrlppe hemorrhage hay fever bron n chitis and the early stages of con sumption Its timely use always pre vents developments of pneumonia Sold under guarantee at all drug Ptistores and 1 Trial bottle if treeFORMER GOVERNOR PARA LYZED ti yfe regret to learn that BxQover rJ Prqctor Kaptt wavy visited wl ia second stroke of paralysis at home in Lebanon on Sunday even Ing which affected his speech 1 The earnest hope of the host of friends of this distinguished man is I that bemaTnecovir r vPm f A1 f V lty i ySv v wr Yl 60V WILLSONS MESSAGE cloy Willson sent in his first message to the Legislature on Wednos day afternoon It is an exhausting document treating each subject ki- plain straightforward planner It covers about seven columns frt the dally papers It is divided into thirtyfour headings The first gives greeting to the Leg islature and urges united effort for the upbuilding of the State The second treats of the general conditions showing the unusual pros ab ut the IThorders and urges a rfti nnrinfrntfon of all good people to the welfare of the State The fourth treats of tho tobacco growers and shows the lamentable l e a ts slo IIbrllaws against trusts The sixth treats of tho first outbreak in Todd county in December 1905 and the result following a fall lire to suppress it 4 x The seventh treats of the Princeton rail followed by theiH6pkIh8ville atid RtfSellvlHe outrages The eighth spews the JOU3reol sults to all cusses ot business by these raidstThe ninth arguea Uiat the peoples tjAngloSaxontrlumpkrThe tenth vocates changes pf dlothers v u conferences held and the hope of taming relief v obI The twelfth gver assurance otter jnessages as developmentsmay arise1 The thirteenth treats of the now t capitol and the amount necessary forv its completion THd fourteenth showsthe condition- of the present Governors mansion trholug of the State for the election ofII all district officersbThe sixteenth shows the unfair nose and unconstitutionality of the present apportionment The seventeenth urges a revision the election laws and elimination Of registration certfficatesIIThe eighteenth advocates nonpar tisan controlof educational ele mosynary and penal institutions The nineteenth points out provisions of election laws needing twentieth recommends compulsory publication of campaign ex penses TbjO twentyfirst favors the county a unit law for all counties and cities of the State The twentysecond urges the authorizing of the appointment of assistants to the AttorneyGeneral The twentythird treats of criminal cases in he Court of Appeals The twentyfourth recommends the repeal of the dog tax The twentyfifth recommends the appointment of a Stenographer for the Governor The twentysixth shows how he has been compelled to borrow stenographers from other departments The twentyseventh treats of tax reform urging the elimination of ob jectionable features of the present lawTho twentyeighth treats of the tai ation of personal property The twentyninth announces his purpose to bring up several other sub jects showing the necessity for amendment pf the taxing laws The thirtieth urges that the whole people stand together for the en forcement of law and the softening of political asperities The thirtyfirst shows how all Kentuckians love or should love their native State The thirtysecond quotes with ap proval from the eloquent address o Justice Harlan at the recent Ken tuckyNew York banquet paying tribute to the State The thirtythird reiterates the ne cessity for crushing out lawlessness lnaU forms y The thirtyfourth winds up with Good Luck Good Will and Good Cheer as the motto for the future Taken all together it is an admirable State paper and worthy of the kindly mark who Issued it x 4y C- ri i c 1 4j 0III ANOTHER OLD FRANKFORT CITIZEN DIESx ITh sad news was received in this city thls week that Mr Wm M Holdman of Washington City had died at his home in that city Mr Holeman pa printer and presSman trade having learned thobuSneSs In the Old Common wealth office when owned bythe late GfrodgesI this city to Louis vple where he remained for many years and from thence to Washing ton City He was about 75 years of age We did not learn the cause of lids death The remains were brought back to Louisville for Interment by the side of hiss wife in Cage Hill Cemetery He leaves one sister Miss Nonie Holeman of this cttyw mourn his death r He was a genial wholesouled gen tjematf and made friends wherever he went Peace to his ashes eeNOMINATED FOR U Si SENATEOR V BY REPUBLicAN The Republican members of the Leg autre held their joint caucus in the Senate Chamber on Monday nlghtand by a unanimous voteot members one of their number member frosts Metcalfe and Monroe counties t being very ill with traeumpnja selected Gov WIo Bradley as their nomlne6 for the U S Senate tl be voted for January 21strEloquent speeches were made in nominating and aceptingthe nomina Dr AAtleklingcough4from any cause is quickly Stopped t y Dlrs Sloops Cough Cure And it is spi thofbughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop ells mothers everywhere to give it ithout hesitation even to very srpuirjibabis s The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mouutjainous shrub furnish curative properties to Dr Shoops Cure It calms the cough heals the sore and sensitive xonchl l membranes o opium nd chloroform nothing harsyused to injurenor suppress Simplyra rtoel nous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call s shrub which the doctor uses the Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Sloops Cough Cure r BARNETT ARRESTED AND SAILED Mr C M Barnett President of the Ichargeclstatement In a circular letter with other officers of the Equity Society reflecting upon one Taylor the fprmer president of the Society Barnett was given ball in 5- 00Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles NervineCured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause effects a speedy and permanent cure it is my duty to let you know that our medicines have cured m little gidof- nlneof spasms ShecommencSdhaving at the age Our said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits a norm He did her no good She was so nervous sha could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced to my child gave her In all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That wasover two years ago and had an attack we com longerfher permanently cured I enclose her ture My lost her reason and was Insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ncr vine cured My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you much for your good medl dines and kind advice I dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daUghters photograph so that you may- He what a sweet lives out sMss HANfAU BAWtrtT SpringdaleArk All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles R mediel free book ea Heart Diseases Address iDr Miles Medical Co ElkaartIad J r ALCOHOL 3 PER GENT PreparntionrorAsImllaUng Stomarhsrlsd a a sDigaeerfuF dRestContinsiEillta pun nofl set L 4I 1 1 NoTNARCOTIC 1ifratoklrs IiJIIlMItSillt nnSNiUro Ap sifsctRentedyfarCatsiip on Sour sComnisimsrcvtrish- IwssanIILOSSOFSLKEP y ftcSWe Sijniwe of NEW YORK 1E32nrantcedunde r UFoO Exact Copy of Wrapper J For I I IS MADE FROM fr t i For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce V VV Call On cli w CLAIF Both 47m J y IT DOES DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in from light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks as neat as any heater made It is airtight andagrdat fuel saver Thousands are ing Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs only by as UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA or tti KId You Hari Ahn the of fhelMslis 1i CASTORIA Infants and Uhildren The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof AwIf UsehF- or Over Jj Thirty Years CATORIAmccNTAunceMMNyNLWYORR6ift THE BEST BREflD PRIDE OF MADISQNi FLOUR t ASK YOUR GROCER r N N HBISE SONS ST STREET Phones Cosby Patent AirTilit Baker and Heater DOUBLE busyhousewife Jan9JlA IBHII liableedtoh IT HEATSAND r COOIiSTOQ The Most Convenient Useful l and Economical Stove for the jfr Home Ever Made r f Just a little Cascaaweet is all that is Accessary to give your baby rhea it Is cross and peevish OaB aa laBttcontains no opiates no harmful drugi c and Is x highly recommended bj mothers everywhere Conformi to the t ftNational jPure Food 1 rrSold by South is Coc lI l i j ir H itf t r IIF YOU BUY THEM OF SELBERTt1TH- EY ARE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN SECURE ij Ij t I NICEST AND THE BEST LINE OFIiWatches JP onds9 Jewelry Cut Glass Etc I y it-r 1Jftn In the city of Frankfort if Si I W A SELBERX JEWELER I J IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD d D RM i us ANTIPAI N PiLLS 1 h FOR- NEURALGIA 1 SCIATICAt I RHEUMATISM r r BACKACHE ik JX PAIN IN CHEST t DISTRESS IN ri STOMACH f fik i SLEEPLESSNESS iI MARRIEDJt GOEDBCKB1 PEPPER The on bouncement is made of the approach t ing marriage of Mr Frederick Gee decke of the U S Army and Miss Mahala Edwards Pepper daughter of Jars Elizabeth Pepper of this city fThe Wedding will occur on Wed hesday January 22 at 4 oclock p m at the residence of the brldea i I r another on WIest Main street I Thi hridetobe iga hand some and attractive young ladYatnd alas a host of friends The groom IS 11Italdto be a fine young man BIG POWDER MILL LETS GO t vheblgpoVd rtml11 a- tUltII1teilles Edemont from St Louis ale let go on Thursday and the- t 2 force of the explosion shook St Louis v fast St Louis and Belleville breaking numerous plate glass windows and yet strange to say no one was Lkllled by the blastn FAILED TO FIND INDICTMENTS t r The special grand Jury of Chris tian county after spending some ten iifda1 inyestigating the Night Riders reported that they could not find evidence enough to Indict any one in connection with the outrage This too notwithstanding Fire Mar Bhal Mott Ayres states that he had r Abundant evidence on hand Strange the way some and Juries act Kodol For- IndigestionOur Guarantee Coupon If after Bilnr twothirds of a 100 bottle of Kodol you can honestly say it has not bene fited your money Try J IfJaconwlcr Fill out and the foUpvrine present it to the dealer at the time of purchase If it falls to satisfy you return the bottle containing onethird of the j tt medicine to the dealer from whom you bought it and we will refund your moneys t Town Stat ft 1r Slgahere 4 DigfcstsWhatYouatAnd B C DeWITT ie CO Chicago IlL 1N l CAPITOL PHARMACY Jtte if 1r 1Vl Sn l 4 il t flItt FOR lv Headache BERTHS WALLACE At his home Jn Woodford county on Saturday Mr Pat Wallace aged 63 years Mr Wallace was well known in this city where he had a number of rela tlves The fuJiral services were conducted from St Leos Catholic Church Versailles on Tuesday Jan uary 7 and the burial took place in our cemetery He leaves three siSters Mrs Walter Webster and Mrs Henry Set ties of this county and Mrs Frank McCollough of Woodford county and one brotherMr John Wallace qf Woodford county to mourn his depth t DUVALLIn Lexington on Wed nes4ay lea Corinne Duvall the infant daughted of Mr Thos H Duvall and wife died of pneumonia This dear little ond was the idol of its fond parents and waS only 17 months of age The sorrow of the fond parents is a very bitter one The remains were taken to the North Fork Baptist Church Cemetery at Switzer for burial Manyfrlends in this city sympathize with these dear people in their bereavement Y CITIZEN OF WEST SIDE GETS GOOD tHING Mr Lawrence Meeks of West Frankfort has fallen into pleasan lines By a Jetter received by County Clerk N B Smith it was learned that a relative of Mr Meeks living at Salem Mo has died leav ing Mr Meeks heir to a fine farm He has made preparations to go to Salem to look into the matter a RETURNS TO LAW PRACTICE Hon J Morgan Chinn one pf the cleverest and most accommodating of all the lute State officials has returned to the practice of the law and has his office in the Farmers Flat efJ1pellateevery one who had business with him CJIpO aJean lilpatue of n L M Atays Bnp V TAKE ONE of the little Tablets ANb THE PAIN IS GONE STAIR B i BMERQ TWQWffl1 Third Annual Meeting Will Be Held in Frankfort Feb 45 and 6 Two Members of the State Board of Agriculture win Be Elected t v Important Legislation Will Be Recommended I Preparations are being made for holding the Third Annual state Fanners Institute which will be held in Frankfort Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday February 4 5 and 6 Some of the most prominent lec turers in the United States W IJbeOn verallmenfromriculture Former Commissioner of Agricul ture Hubert Vreeland has agreed to assist Commissioner Rankin in the preliminary work incident to the holding of the big roundup meeting Half rates will be secured onall the railroads in the State and the mem biers of the General Assembly will be asked to Attend in a body There is considerable legislation desired by the farmers of the State and it is anticipated that the State Institute will appoint a committee to remain in Frankfort and look after such legislation as may be endorsed by the body It is understood that the State Institute will recommend the creation ol the office of State Forester Such an officer Is especially necessary at this time as a forest survey is lJeing carried on Jby a cooperative arrange ment between the State Board of Ag riculture Forestry and Immigration and the National Forest SerVice So lIar eleyqn cpunties have been sur A report of this work v ith a comprehensive ipap will shortly be presented to the General Assem bly in the Seventeenth Biennial Report of the Department of Agricul tube which has been placed in the hands of the Public Printer by farmer Commissioner Vreqland At the State Institute two members of the State Board of Agriculturefi IiI r r 4 1 L nJJ L LJ r 1It If you hav- eHeadache c J ir Try One r t12 X I They Relieve Pain M i Quickly leaVing no o f bad Ater efectsi rrl i 1 I 25 Doses Itrlj 25 Cents ci r Never Sold in Bulki = hi Forestry and Immigration w1l1be elected to succeed Lawrence Jones In wmlAddamstrlct Letters will ho sent out with in the next day or so Instructing the clubs to meet and select delegates in acordance with the law governing the Department of Agriculture a Dr Wearers Tregtseetd- ilpseclDeNeedt Cerakt Mfa enpaIeU GOD RglGNS I will trust and not be afraid 10Isaiah 12c2V I One regnant happy thought Sweet comfori brings each day My battle long since fought No perils gloom my way All turmoil comes to naught The sunbeams round me play 0 mystic wiles Faith smiles II One gracious cheerful thought No righteous man my joe My countrys weal still Sought All comrades goodwill show The Golden Rule Christ taught Its Justice seems taglowt 0 cryptic years Hope cheers rLDrIOne sturdy massive thought High courage fears no fate My freedom is lovefraught Love conquers fued and hate Bright glimpses have been caught Good angels round me wait O shlnipg hills Love thrills ry One final filial thought The Supreme Judge floes right My ransom is blood bought The Jordan holds no fright A marvel has been wrought At evening time tis light 0 heavenly plains God reigns CAPT DAVID A MURPHY Oxford Ohio 1906 e CASTORIAt TbKlnd You Hays Always Bought Bears the- 8ignatnm of L4 Lou vIIB fltlanife i jJ flaliwajj iI li1 i rJ EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY i Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 kl- a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT r SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and Inter h mediate points arrive at Veraalllea J at 1030 a m and 530 p m J q ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train 7 41i lJ leaves Versailles for Richmond ii intermediate points at 730 Pm ON SUNDAYS ONLY It1leavesintermediate points at 416 p m The I A and the Traction Lln f 111 affords excellent service batwAMt Frankfort and Nlcholfwvllle luk 1J mond Irvine Beaty villa and injerma li diate points For farther information ifldreaat j iIr H R SMITH G P A 1yi Versailles Ky fWOct 51I i GOODMrOLD and YOUNG t Angust Flower keeps the children healthy aai j1PullSo lyhiAnd shout to the druggist Please give Its me i to brisk and fresh laj the morning sack of nppetstepeJl muddy complexion poor tlka disordered stoma and bad in adults and children J too They also indicate heurgent nee of taking Greens August Flower regttJ rJ his lard for a few days a rellabIe old remedy for all stoma never fails to cure indigeaoonJf dyspepsia and chronic constipation auv a natural tonic for and it r gTwo sizes 350 and 750 All diveAk It For Mleby J W Gayle tI t ll frII I5f J1il w r I TOYS TOYS FOR SANTA CLAUS J t 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 About2 Patterns in Pearl and Stag Handles arving Sets Pricess125 to 900 in Pearl Silver Ivory and StaB Uos And our TodsLine is Complete Irish Mail Auto Express JK H Racers Auto mobiles Coasters Sleds Air Rifles W I jfT TJT F lgjI P G SO WEIR 00Lk y 3 07309 amt Street Hardware Merchants Both Phon e ct it t I i i r cf J i RELIGIOUSt i ASCENSION EPISCOPAL iTs CHURCH Rev A B Chlrin the roe iltor will conduct the services la iF 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser rl mon 1730p m Evening Prayer y 90 a m Sundayschool In the i hapel + f Wednesday evening prayer at 730J fc m Jt i The public generally Invited to at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev- Dr M B Adams the pastor will I pre at Jl a m and 730 ptn Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracc class at 945 Lm taught li4br the pastor fI i Baptist Young Peoples Union will ineet at 630 p m Prayer meeUng Wednesday evening flt Ott 130in the Chapel 1 Everybody cordially invited Seats to tree 14 4A CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R r Hudson the pastor will preach at l 11 a m and 730 p m i 1i1JundeySOOOOl at 945 a m in the 1 rr Christian Endeavor Society will I meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even tingat 730 oclock in the ChapeL Everybody Invited t RyvFatherJWt J n ervices as follows at 730 a m at 10 am j h1veper at 2 p m and prayer at 730 PII ti FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH II Rev J R Ziegler the pastor will breach at 11 I m and 130 p m Mr Tho Young Peoples League will- meet at 645 oclookIrSundayschool will meet at 945 hr14l oclock Prayer meeting on Wednesday t evening at 730 in the Sundsyschool sl Boom l j You will be welcome at each ser jIII 1vicet lUTlJODIST OHURClIRev J S 1Wf t 1 jiStfas pastor Preaching by the pas tprat 1100 anl aM 730 p m Ift Sundayschool 945 am mIPrayer even t lug at 780 oclock In the Sunday- School room Srangarsi- p Welcome YSOUTHERN PRES B Y TE RIAN JHURCHiRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at l1am and miPeoples Society at 7 p m A Sundayschool at 945 am t lll fe IaYer meeting Wednesday evening rat 7J30 p mS 1 f t Everybody invited to attend IIc rSUl1darNM rlJqRN here will be SJ1 Jk lit r iljt t dayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURdH Rev Wm crowe the pas tor will preach at 3 oclock pom a ADVERTISED LETTERS The fojlowing is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end ing January 11 1908 Agee Newt McBride H B toi fcJConlljy Andy CJlftonChas Davis Thosr viI r Duffy Walter Doklnds Jas Dickerson BF 4 Eblen James P Edwards Guy 2 7fTL Fletcher Harold Fulton Judge John Wl Harper Mrs Franky TvTHaugh JosephtHoed- singor Wm 0 1J iirHulseLucas B tatham Mr j tear r i1 Lee Chas Long Krlng M B V Loggy Naccyr Tif Ji Mandla Mallnda A t l t Ms jr wr re lWiMcHandrlens G Morris Eddie r T Maher utry Lee i H Pomplln Harry A V r t Polsgrove Ira f r 1 Ray W R G T1 Robinson Airs th ft 4Russell s Jl i fj mlth Ida T 1r SmlthDalsyI tJSmith Ellin Y Smith Ell Smith Rolla iStephen OrmelC2 11f Stivers W JtThomas Mrs AE Wallace Rev n c fate Tinnle Wells Lonzer White Dock t Williams Hattie n Young Miss Lucy Yumen Verger When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised OEO L BARNES PM H HOW Is YOUR DIGESTION Mrs Mary Dowllng of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She Bays Gratitude for the wonderful ef feet of Electric Bitters In a case of tIlmolalstomach and Jlver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medicine invigorates thej system purfflestho blood and is especially helpful In all forms of fe malo weakness 50o at all druggists OATOElXABean the Signature Iot Frt tile MAGAZINE PRINTED ON THE WATER The Roundaout Is in recelptof the DittxBbx a monthly magazine pub lished on board the U S Cruiser West Virginia which bears a neat typographical appearance and is filled fronj cover to cover with bright and appropriate articles original and clipped that can not fail to prove ofl1terest to its readers The publication was sent to this office with the compllments of J C Sheet Inger a well known and popular Frankfort boy who joined the navy several years since and is in love with the service Mr Sheetinger was a valued em ploye of the Roundabout office for sev veVproud seIpf BoxlSent- ius is a poem which describes in a and picturesque manner a Itrlp around the world on the West Virginia Mr Sheetinger is the au the effusion and it is appended In full elow Looping the Globe From Oyster Bay we started on a fair September day Across the wide Atlantic four grey hounds lashed with spray Ploughed the fretful ocean in their make four tiny streaks In nine days steady steaming found Glbralters towering peaks Four days we stayed at anchor In Naples charming bay Vesuvlujft threw out flames by night and clouds of smoke by day Viewed the master works of art whose beauty Oh how rare With Romes and Pompeiis ruins were grand eyond compare Through Suez and the Red Sea by ArablajS burning sand Swept across the Indian Ocean that breaks on Hlndustan Where splendor forms from nature emerald groves so sweet The Bengalee t11Q Slngalee Sepoy and Sikhs retreat Then skirt along Sumatra Malacca Singapore Where many Oriental types adorn the sunny shoreIfPast the wilds of Borneo and the Philippines so say Touch at many China cities then back to Dewoy Bay Among our bland and Jappy friends we spend a month 6r two Then across the broad Pacific to home swept home we flow Gleaming waters sport and play oeV chrystal depths vof biiief On glittering sands and coral reefs round Honolulu Now baclcto Gods own country the fairest I have seen My native hills and prairies hi mem ory over greeny And after around the world on every sea and s reI r My native plainand canons I am fsfqp ovormore r i ir 411I C r rJ jJ TflEKE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR t j High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the J s t conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any t price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicleythat is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop fi r us a card and we to see you We know we c n10vsuit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an ljopportunity to discuss the matter with you t i t h J Seller Carriage GowVERSIMrES KY H K BROWNINGyPresident J ri1t Treais 1 jYFrankfort QoIllg e The Midland Route Local Tire Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 1FiiN DAILY KXOSPT SUNDAY Itfo 8 F800 Lv D Frankfort Ar ll 715 Summit 7 2 8 SUchorn 219642SwUzer 8 U a at 8 SUmplnK O 8 6 W DuvaD M 6b6 7 05f Johnson 0 7 Georgetown 8 715 1 OB J 1020 830 266725 Newtown 854008 7 CentervlUe 0 8m Elizabeth ff 6 Parts Jorfctn 888646 to Ar Paris fLv 8 6 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot rrith Q A KentnckyPentraL court af Trankfort Union nth L A BKTWKKK CINCISNAIIVu PlL 1A M ArILv IAX 14000 BBTWBHN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI Yu PARIS A IP K 6 Frankfort Ar 716 7 Georgetown Ar 6 Ar 544 Cincinnati Lv CENTRAL RR POINTS I W A jbranmon A JW 347P 712A A Georgetown A 9 04A 620P 825P lA A Paris L 8 644P lIP A Winchester L 09A 846P 16P950A A Maysville L 5 16P 8 24A ACynthlane L 502P 64P A j Richmond L 7 55P WP WA A Cincinnati L aMP HAYPreeendGenISupt A 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I IDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS sending a ekoteh and description mjquickly ascertain onr on tnenttnn Uprobtblrpntentnblo Communlrrv atrlcUrconlldentiBl on t free Oldest for eceurlnRpa tents IMtonta token thrcuKh Co receive xelal notice without charge lutes Scientific jftteilcau A hondsomoly lllostratod weekly Inreost cir cu atlon of any aclontlQo Terms to s rI1outmontha 801dbrall YorknreactU6lco I t- Rr j hr 4 Chesapeake Ohio Ryytr j Sckcdnle IB efiect Nevt71107tJect to ckaago Umlted far LooIsTllle NashTille Met ti 17 pkls West and S Htkwest I tI9JiO A M IDailyLIMlted t rJFer WashlagteH BaJUereiPlaUHil pith New W4 Feint and Nerfelkr1015 A aeul 745 PM Dally c l 2Hrr fI f CHANGE OF SCHED fJtJ5ri Cars tFor615 a m and every 45 mlnlttej t iI Until 18 p m h Stil545m i For Leestown Linef4 i 630 a m and tvtiy 45 mlnutni Yjuntil 1015 p m t THE CENTRAL KY TRAC CO f 1i rLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold IB one ear i I tCANPURIFER FREE 7rIfhbt or full of humors If yoga Ihavo blood poison cancer carbuncles 1eating sores scrofula eczema Itching t risings and bumps scabby plmpl1rf x l skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism ttor any blood or skin disease take Jiallr4Druggistsbottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BB peclally advised for chronic deep f stated canoe as it cureS afteralFtiee t fail tIf j t Mar Jly1lol f d I Iu fY t ti V t fr argr l MeCLURES J itr cLOTGCLEARAN VHIJ1I tt il l t it + It S ij t J S A 14i d 1I j j i lrfIr 1Jr I H MWvIYlLly EDY5 rHILDR N i1 f 1 I J 1fii 4f ttf1ft PtYlZ The Great 15 Suit Sale and 20 Overcoat Sale of the last ten days has 1 been the biggest event of its kind weve ever had Its Shown once more f i that the power and willingness of the McClure store to ire remarkable values is unequalled Now its time to clear house in earnest in the clothing department Here goes Now one word more This clearance is absolutes iTheres not an article of winter clothing in our store thats not reduced The 1 iCreductions are deep too So deep that you want to come quick for firstw t corners best choicewr l l t i lr di tilltlr iJifliff iK ttMens Suits at 15I175 of these left yet Its the best lot of suits ever soldrin Frankfort at 15 Theres greater variety to select from better patterns and f they are better tailored Worth 25 and 27 t r pens Suits and Overcoats 10 t Worth 151o 20 1 Choice of all mixed suits in stock worth 15 f18 and20 at10- Fancy worsteds and Scotches in the suits Black and fancy overcoats and raincoatsall well made perfect fitting and new styles 30Q suits and 9yerc9ats to select from f i 14 Off on all Black Si tsexv t1tvQhoic of any mans or young mans black suit in stock tiM less ethan regular price v a 40 Black Suits now 3000 j i ii ill 25 Black Suits now 1875I t I v 20 Black Suits now 1500 rf- vv vf 7 r 15 Black Suits now 1125 1nJr i M 110 Black Suits now 7 50 T it po Y ungMnSSuitsat gj j Sizes 32 to 35 These are not new styles but there are suits worth as high as 12 in the lot They will be snapped up quickly t i Onefourth off on all ancyVestBI xk Onefifth off on Corduroy Suits Duck Coats Jeans Pants wk f T Jt 3ti lorr yv r f Flens Overcoats at 20 jiil This overcoat sale has proved an pye opener to many JFrankforfci i men Probably no other store in Central Kentucky ever had suoha 4 variety of luxurious silklined overcoats as we started this sale with i About 25 left yet in the lot Worth 27 to 55 f M Men s Snits and Overcoats 17x yZ t worth 10 t Choice of all 10 and l overcoats and raincoats andd all mixes r 3C r 10 and 12 suits at 7 Winters just commencing Land thisis Y9 t chance to get a comfortable SUit or overcoat at verylittle cost 3sijm t Mens Trousers ReducedJ rxIy1l Iv l Ii It 500 Trousers now 375s U I j j J400 Trousers now 30Q 350 Trousers now 250 r Jr300 Trousers now 2V25 F 50t rJ 4 Co r feu ct J t Bbsat PricesrfAges 3 to 16 Suits and Overcoats worth 7 to 10 now 6 t Suits and Overcoats worth 5 and 6 now 3 7p r tiSuits and Overcoats worth 4 and 350 now 250 Suits and Overcoats worth 3 and250 now 2i0 W rv 100 Knee Pants 75cIi 50c Knee Pants 35c r ty J lf I I1 4k r rWe have bigger stocks than we have ever before started a clearance saleAj With The varieties and deep price cutting are going to make this sale a i i hummer Come early Cash prices and small charge for alterations al rI 9Y4r J tI t R K McCLURE SONS9 1 i ltr INCORPORATEDq d 4 t rI Jii j tlj jj J 7 + t F 4 Iill ySr r c i Ifrfit j k iJ f 1