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I THE MMPOET ROUNDABOUT 1r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advancer YOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY In 1905 NO 43 f TAN OXFORDS t ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON TtHE IIshoek on the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons I the sailor tie fUd1 Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie f welted soles Cuban heel plain toe A r Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted t soles medium heel and toe l Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe J i Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords i A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great E eel extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va riety of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear Ej The southern tie is 4 oxfords ll Ir Queen Quality Tan Oxfords t Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with welted sole sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici witliisoles Prices IIlightfiexibJe Laird Schober Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the country They are unequalled in arty in of style flexibility and ease to the feet and superb fitting in both lines to insure a pleasing selection and perfect fit t 212214 S Clair Street Ky I ANOTHER DIDNT KNOW IT r WAS LOADED FOOL I On Saturday a young farmer by the name of J N Wheat living on I the Lawrenoeburg pike after snapping a 22 rifle Several times un i luckily pointed it at his wife who was standing near and as usual the gun went off inflicting a pain- fult wound in Mrs Wheats nook lodgedtryt Dr TJ V Williams was sum moned located the ball and dressed T the wound He does not think on t auoount of the diminutive ba- ll3there will be any serious result was nearly distracted over- t his foolish conduct va LAKE N Y j Round trip 1485 Dates of sale July 6th and 7th Tickets limited to 80 days W Hay G P T A l f ti The welt SPLENDID GENTLEMAN HON ORED Hon D L Thornton the able and upright lawyer of Versailles was elected President of the State Bar Association at Covington last week This is a woll earned honor conferred upon one of the purest and hest mon among the members of that honorable body The Association honored themselves in honoring Mr Thornton I COUNTY TAX RATE FIXED The fiscal court fixed the county tax rate at 00 cents on the X100 on Tuesday to be distributed us fol lows cents ordinary expenses 15 cents for sinking fund 12 cents repairs turnpike bridges etc cents now courthouse fund 10 cents for payment of interest and redemption of Ky Midland R R poll tax remains at 150 X350 300 3001I 5 I 250 3 I respectbut qualitiesi shoesespecinlly 1- Y RKMcCLURESON Frankfort OHAUTAUQUA i4iJO and LITTLE ONES HAD OUTING The Cradle Roll and Infant Classes of the First Baptist Church Sundayschool had an outing at Cove Spring Park on Tuesday Tho day was ideal and the little ones had a grand time WOODMAN SPARE THAT TREE IOn Tuesday Judge Hosbon ro to grant the motion to dis solve the restraining order granted by Judge Stout forbidding the Street Railway Co from cutting down the trees in front of the city buildings Score a victory for the Board of Education A NICE AFFAIR A leap year hop was given by the young peoplb at Y M I Hall on Saturday night last The fun was kept up until 12 oclock It was very enjoyable affair CUTTING SCRAPE IN SALOON On Monday morning at 5 6olook two young men by the names of Lambert Brawner and Price Brom ley became involved in a difficulty in the saloon of Rogers Semones in Craw in which young Braw ner cut Bromley four times with a knife once on the left breast over the heart a very dangerous wound and three times in the Side The trouble arose so it is said over a broken pane of glass In the saloonThe wounded man was taken to the residence of his brotherinlaw Mr Walter Merchant after Dr E DemIareewas await the result of Bromleyi wounds AIOA ezBears the Signatureof A LAUNCH WRECKED AND MAN DESPERATELY HURT On Saturday the gasoline launch used by the Kentucky River Pop lar Co to tow logs to their sawmill was wrecked about two miles above the city by the engine ex ploding blowing out the cylinder head and otherwise damaging it Mr Will Fallis of this city had his left leg broken in two places and otherwise mangled and a pieue of iron blown through the right leg The other men on the launch es caped injury as by a miracle FalHs was brought to this city and Dr O B Demaree summoned The looter dressed the injuries as well as possible that evening and he was carried to his homo It was thought by the physicians that amputation was necessary but Falls would not consent to it EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI LAST SUNDAY There was a fairly good crowd on the excursion to Cincinnati by way of the L N on Sunday last En route quite a good crowd were taken on board On the re turn trip the train reached here at oclock Monday morning BECAME UNRULY ON TRAIN One Jim Bell a convict en route to the pen from Georgetown be came unruly on the F P train on Monday and the officer in charge had to club him into sub mission It seems that his friends had slipped him some whisky at the depot in Georgetown and lie became ugly drunk SHUT DOWN FOR THE SEASON The Old Taylor Distillery the property of Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons located just across the Woodford county line closed flown on Monday for the season This was the last distillery in operation and its close will throw several rev employmentThis brand of whisky known all over thd United States Old Taylor and the corporation owning it have goodsbottleUblended fluid generally spurious whisky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat DEATH OF ABLE JUDGE Judge Chas S French of Win chester formerly Common Pleas Judge of this District and well known here died u this home in that city on Monday aged 77I years of the infirmities of all Judge French was an able up right and consecutions judge revered for his sterling character as lawyer and Christian gentleman He had a large circle of relatives in this county Ho was a devout Christian and line gone to his reward after a well spent life CKaginj Brosr15 Days MammothSummer Reduction andClearance i SaleBegins Today JULY 1st All SUMMERI GOODSAnd StaplelDRY GOODS t Will be so reduced as to make this the bar flgain event of the sea soniONIREAD OUR BIG AD ANOTHER PAGE 1 r OIagiBro lNo 4143 St Clair St At Bridge f J Ii SELLS HOUSE AND LOT Mrs Chas J Matthews sold her t house and lot on East Main street on Monday to Mr Frank S Hal The price paid was a good one but is withheld for the present i i A little life may be sacrificed ta infantumdysentery i rDrberry always on hand 1NASSIGNEES NOTICE againstthehereby notified to present thorn blawfore November let 1905 and all persons indebted to Mrs L F timelawsettle same immediately BIXLER404t t VIE PERSONAL Dr C F Alexander of Grata was in tho city Thursday Mr Henry Waggoner of Cincin anti was a visitor here Sunday Miss Mary Bolle Hobson is visiting friends at Hodgonville Mr Ed O Leigh loft Saturday for Chicago Illsto visit relative Mr C Thos Freeman of Lexington was in the city on Tuesday Mr H K Word of Versailles was in the city Tuesday Mr Rolla K Hart of Flemings burg was More this week Gov W P Thome was in tho City on Tuesday Mrs Virginia Jett is vi itng rein tives in Cincinnati Mr Alex Conway was the guest of his mother at Benson Sunday Mr Ed O Leigh returned Tues day from a visit to Chicago Ills Mr Brown Taylor and family have gone to Beards to reside Rev J O A Vaught visited in Lexington on Tuesday Mr Walter Crady returned Tues + day from a visit to Laruo county Miss Corinne Henry is visiting friends in Cincinnati i Hon R H Elliston of Williams town was hero Wednesday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was hero on Thursday Senator J W Cammack of Owenton was in tho city Thurs t day Gnu N B Hays wife and dill siren returned Thursday from Mar itineville Ind I Miss Ethelyn Egbort of Lexing ton is the guest of Miss Clara Scott Shelby street- Miss Hossie Lime of Snider Texas who has been tho guest of Mr Will Lane has returned home t Mrs Geo Rozell of Lexington is tho guest of Miss S Emma PayneMrs Weaver of Newport is the yuest of Mrs A Duanu Brown on Broadway Clnclnnntilisun Mrs Greenwood of Maysvillo is the guest of Miss Addle Jouott Third street MrsJ W Gaylo and daughter Miss Mary aro visiting at Clear Lake Iowa Mr Jas P Helm of Louisville was in the city on legal business Tuesday Mrs W G Cardwoll of Harrods burg was tho guest of Mrs J Moran Chinn tills week Mr Saml E Hutton wife and daughter left Tuesday for their future home near Cincinnati O Judge J R Dysart and Mr J G Morris of Gray son were in tho city Tuesday I Mrs Henry Anderson of Ann Arbor Mich was the guest tf Mrs S D Johnson this week Mrs W J Chinn and laughter Miss Mary Scott visited relatives 4InLouisville this wook Mr Chas R McDowell of Dan ville was in the city on legal busi ness Tuesday Miss Rebecca Galbraith of Bards town was tho guest of Dr J W Hill this week Miss Bertha Scott returned Mon day night from Wellesley College where she has been the past year Mr Saml C Bull Jr of Greenville Miss is visiting his motherl Mrs S C Bull Sr in this city Mr D D Smith left for French Lick Springs Ind on Wednesday morninsdMr Clarence Julian find wife left r Wednesday for Louisville to visit relatives I t r For the 1l arm period we sire displaying a complete and nobby line of summer clothes in suits of 5 to 25 Our twopiece suits possess tailoringstyle and comfort Just the thing for warm weather I 0A ledge T 11 Me Heath Reporter of the Court of Appeals loft for his home at Leitohfield on Saturday- Mr Lucien Burnam of Rich mond was the guest of Mr Paul Collins this week IMr Chins Highlield attended of Mr George Monroe at ew Castle on Sunday Mr Ed J Roberts wife and daughter visited relatives at Benson Sunday Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown was the guest of Miss Janie Dehonoy this week Col John R Allen Common wealths Attorney of Fayette noun ty was in this city on Saturday Mrs Clarence Jones and children of Columbia S C are guests of Mr John L Jones and wife Mrs Orlando Brown visited Mr- S B Holmes at Eminence Sun lay Mr G H Botts of Owenton was in the city Saturday on legal business Miss Lena Scott of this office spout Saturday and Sunday with friends in Lexington- Mr Leo h Oberwarth and wife left Sunday to visit his mother in New York City Mrs Clay H Hatohitt of New town was the guest of her mother Mrs R P Pepper this week Rev G W Young D D of Georgetown was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams on Monday Miss Mattie J Hughes of Mid way visited Miss Annie Hamilton South Side this week Mr John P Hanley and wife re turned Wednesday from a trip to Chicago Ills Maude Whitohoad isthe11IiSS Mrs J R Savage atWin Miss Ruth Hall of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs Goo W Chinn has returned homo Mrs Frank Barret who has been visiting in California hay returned homo Miss Lilian Poyntsc of Cinoin nait visited her father hero this week Mr Albert H McCluro returned from Eastern Kentucky Saturday slight Mr Clarence Gayle wife and son Colburn have returned from Milwaukee Miss Ellen Hogoboom principal of Ashland Summary Versailles was in the city Monday Mrs Perkins of Louisville was the guost of her sister Mrs Robt K Dooley South Side this week Mrs John T Buckley and daugh ter Mrs Clara Chow visited in Louisville this week Mr ins B Ray left Tuesday for Paduoah to look after his senatorial fences Rev E L Rogers and wife of Louisville were in tjie city Mon day Miss Coranel Crutoher is the guest of Miss Myrtle Lee Wlialey in CynthianaMrs of VerC Hensley sallies was the guest of her sister Mrs L Labrot on Monday Mrs N S Cox and Miss Jessie Cox loft Thursday for Big Stone Gap Va to visit Mrs Burgess Judge Goo Dulielle of Louis ville was in the city Wednesday on legal business Judge J M York of Pikeville nllbusinossMr Annie May Johns and Mrs Bealert of Lexington visited Rev J K P South and wife this week OinolnInatiaunt Mrs Virginia Jott has re turned homo Mrs W H Hoge and children and Miss Laura French were called to Winchester Tuesday by the death of Judge Chas S French I similating JwegetablcPrcparationfor theTood8ndRe Iling the S tomaehs andBoweis of PromotesThesUonCheeTful ness and Op1Um Morpbine norMineral NOT NARCOTIC l atJUlrrswIlElJlT3l j16s 61 mnlJ for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsCOfVU1Si0fSFeverish ness andLoSS OF SLEEP TflcSinule Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPYQF WRAPPER = Mr C R Elliott mina wife of St Ionic Mo who wore guests of Rev Dr M B Adapts and wife left for home on Saturday Dr John W Gaylo and Mr J Gray McLean returned Saturday from tho State Pharmaceutical Convention at Glen Springs Mr W G Simpson attended the funeral of his old friend Mr George Monroe at New Castle on SundayMrs J T Rislny of LaGrango spout Sundav in this city visiting 110lmnllnllland who has been tho guest of MmJ Buford Hendriok at the Terraces returned home Saturday daughItelwIfo1ShelbMrs French Tipton of Winches tel visited hor brother Mr John H Stuart Main street South Side this week Mr Church Borryman wife and daughter Grace who have been guests of relatives hero loft Monday for their homo in Alabama Mr Johnl1 Bull was called to Hopkinsvilln on Sunday evening by the death of his niece little Elizabeth Mr R BullIfrom a H IloxasISouth wedding this week Miss Lottie Leo Peter and Miss Caroline Goodwin of Louisville are of Miss Mary Swigert Hendrickat the Terraces Hot Weather Bulletin J Our line of summer shirts are unsurpassed in style fit and quality Neat and nobly patterns 50c to 150 We Are Exclusive Agents or W L Douglas Shoes i X300 350 One Lot of Odd t Lustre Coats 25c Small sizes only III J v E CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of TheKind You Have Always Boug- htCASIORIA Miss Dolly Simrall who has peen at school at Now Orleans La is at home with her aunt Mrs Sum n Johnson Mr John H Triplott and children returned Friday night from a visit to iris daughter Mrs Moore at Atlanta Ga Mrs Frank H Connolly of- Greenville Texas was tho guest of her brothers Mr W H PORn and Dr J A Posoy this week Rev1 O Vaught and daughter Miss Sarah will leave Monday for Denver Col to bo gono throe wools Mr Howell Scott of El Paso Texas who limas heon tho guest of his parents Col Jas A Scott and wife has returned home Miss Mary Belle SnfToll and Miss Madeline Johnson of Lawrence burg are guests of Mrs J S Collins Washington street Miss Fannie Mitchell of Little Rick Ark who has been the guest of Mrs S French Hogo has re turned home Mr Clvdo Williamson of Wnsh ington City a former Frankfort visited Mr and Mrs J H Williamson last week Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this S C Lackey of Harrods burg who has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Marvin D Aveiill returned home Monday Miss Mary Etta Showalter of Louisville who has been the guest of relatives here line returned Thos A Hall and wife re turned Monday morning from a visit tq his mother in nelson county KILITHECOUCH tAND CURE THE LUNGS II II I F00 c s Kings IjWITHDew Discovery OLDS Price 60c 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB j LES or MONEY BACK ISlv Mrs II T Minish and daughter i who have been visiting her parents in Owen county returned home f yesterdayMrs Frazier Patterson and child n of Atlanta Ga are + guests of Mr John W Tremere and wife Miss Elizabeth Craig of Missouri and Miss Ida B Hull of Spring Station are guests of Mrs Jos Rupert Third street Mr Jere Bixler loft Friday for rttiiPeoriafriends Mr Win A Bull of GreenvillelMiss wild has been his mother Mrs S C Bull Sr home on MOIIII tReturned Friday night from Russell villa where he attended tho Bap tist General Association Miss Annie Logan Muir who has been the guest of Judge J P Hob 4 PIhomoMIJ H WWaltonRev F R Beattie D D of the Presbyterian Thcdlogical Sem hoary Louisville was the guest of Jii Rev Dr J MoO Blaynoy on Mop day r Miss Edwina Marshall rhoI11PJ j son of Versailles who his boon the guest oi her cousins Misses Jar shall Campbell street has returned ti homerDr Richard P Buckmastor of + J rfolitof each week t Mr Mike Razor and daughter of J Texas wore guests of Mr James Morris South Side this week This is Mr Razors first visit to his old home in twenty years Rev J T Bowdon of Windsor J Va who is the guest of his father 1theRev J A Burns nr d Rev H LtMcMurray of Oneida were guests of Rov Dr M B Adams and wife tSunday evening and Monday morn ing Mrs William MoKoe and chitdroll of Chicago Ill who have ttpeen visiting her aunts Mrs J L Bohannan and Mrs Shelter Riohiardson in this city loft morning for LaGrange + iITennessee Coal and Iron Co Miss Helen Abbett of tiRachelAttllla C Bond t Jurran Benton LawrenoelJurglJrBurnam Richmond Johnson compose with Master Edward E Abbott Jr corner Shelby aOll SecondvfPstreets tc- r EATM5 BULL In Hopkinsvillo on Mon day Eliabotli the infant laughter of Rev Ed H Itll and wife aged about two and onehalf years The sympathy of a wide circle of relatives and friends goes out to those afllicted ones in their great lossWRIGHTAt the Infirmary in Louisville Mrs Julia Wright wife of Mr Forrest Wright of the Louisville Base Ball Club as the result of an operation Mrs Wright had only been sick for a short time She was raised and lived at Hatton just over the Shelby line She was a very es timable lady and had many friends and relatives in this city who will be saddened by her death among these Mrs J M Perkins who is a sister of Mr Wright THREE GOOD AND JUST REASONS There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harm less second it tastes good chil dren love it third it cures Croup Coughs and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by J W Gayle BASE BALL The game of hose tall played by the Frankfort and Vorsaiilos Clubs on Wednesday last at Cove Spring Park was won by the former by the score of 11 to a The grounds were in bad condition but the men r did very well under the circum i stances i The game played on Thursday was between the Frankfort and tLexington Clubs It was won by by the score of 4 to 8 Fairly good crowds attend on t t each day SPOILED HER BEAUTY h Harriet Howard of New York at one time had her beauty spoiled 4 0011hndyears but nothing would cure it until I used Buoklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c atj all druggists EMINENCE GOES DRY At tho election held on Wednes day last in the two precincts of the town of Eminence as to t whether the sale of intoxicating liquors should be prohibited out of rf total vote in the town of 888 the majority was 167 against the sale It was a hotly contested fight Great MILL = END Sale Beginning Saturday fl orfling July 1st To a fortunate purchase of Manufacturers Mill Ends We have added many from our own stock and present many seasonable bargains MillEnd Sale of Skirts Suits and Shirt Waists lC MillEnd Sale Dress Goods white Goods Ginghams Laces c t Calico ttOoFull Bleached Vest Full Size BIRTHS BOWDEN In this county on yesterday morning to Rev 11 Bowcfon and wife nee Mary F- Martina son- GENEROUS DONATION Messrs W A Gainos Co have donated 1000 to the Kings Daugh ters Hospital This loaves only a few hundred dollars to bo provided fbr to complete the payment on the new hospitalIupon the contractors the hospital will not be oponed tomorrow as was confidently expected The generous donation made by W A Gaines Co is in addition to what that company has hereto fore given Billious Bill was agitated And was much debilitated People said he had consumption That was everyones presumption When he learned what was the matter Hill mado all the doctors scatter Now ho is his own adviser Swears In LITTLE EARLY IUSERS IDEA L WEATHER The weather since Monday after noon has been of an ideal character just warm enough to make things grow and flourish and just cool enough to make the use of cover to sloop under at night a delight The farmers of this region havo after toil the wet weather several lays of as fine weather for farm work as could well be asked Lot the croakers march away back and sit down fN PDiptheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculous Dr nnydrugCLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGormanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthorn and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr By the poundnot yardpy the poundput up and sold by the All standard makes and good colors in short lengths poundI I W S FARMER I MARRIES COBL1NSOUTH At Excelsior Institute on Wednesday Dr R M Coblin of this city and Miss Ethelind Cave South were married by the father of the bride RevJI- C 1 South Dr Coblin is an uptodate and successful young physician recently located in this city His bride is the handsome cultivated and lovely daughter of Rev J K P and Mrs Eudora L South of this county The happy young people after a short trip will reside at the Capital Hotel ill thls city A host of friends tender earnest congratulationsFANNINMITCHELL the Methodist Church on Wednesday night Mr B F Fannin and Miss Stella May Mitchell were married by Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church fMr Fannin is an efficient find popular employe of the U S Gov ernment in the internal revenue department His bride is the hand some daughter of Mr Hater Mitchell of the Old Crow neighbor hoodHearty congratulations are ex tendedMcDONA14DM00RE At the home of the bride on the South Side Mr George McDonald and Miss Geortria Moore were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the South ern Presbyterian Church lr McDonald is an industrious young Ulan His bride is the at tractive laughter of Mr Owen Moore and wife The young couple are very popular and many friends rejoice at their union HULETTEROGERS In this city on Wednesday Mr S R Hu lette and Miss Nina Rogers were married by Rev Dr J MoC Blay ney of the First Presbyterian ChurchSUTEREPLER this city on Wednesday evening Mr Oscar Suter and Miss Sallio B Epler wore married by Rev Dr M B Adams at the Baptist Parsonage- Mr Suter is an industrious young farmer a son of Mr John Suter of the Forks of Elkhorn His bride is the handsome and popular daughter of Esq James P Epler Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Downs Ointment never falls Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store 50 cents Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup toe the blood Cerate Jor akin erode iLI OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY 4E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors t Frankfort Kentucky iI Ii rNo Sir You cannot palm off substitutes on me Ive been usinrAugust Flower since- I was a boy and Ill have no other JForty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsi the ppinessQDoesAugust Flower is a sure specific for all stomachand intestinal disorders that it is the best of all liver regulators QAugust Flower has a matchless record of over 35 years in curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints a JTwo sizes axe and 75C All druggists For sale by J W Gayle LETTER LIST The following is a list of advor endingJbarker George Willie Hums Miss Lake E Butler Pearl Calloway Laura R 2 Collins roOC KVJHIH 1iV L Fields William Unrtor Alfred Horgan Daniel Kirby Mrs Ellen Lewis Sandy Martin W R Makimo Tom Muddy Miss Mary Mundy Mrs Sallie Omer I1evL M Potter W H Payne W S Rainnator Miss Julia Ray Miss Helen Romans Albeit H Saroll John Walters Mrs Annie Young Mrs Lucy M Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DBASE P M CUWIUc Llttla Early Risers The famous little pills sDO IT TODAY injunctionNeveryou can do today is nbw gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hawking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over thlrt flvo years few doses of it will uujottbtodly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No mutter how deep 1lungsa cureas before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr tfi is iiItr1Jf- ii 4 American LadyI Are Rust PIFORCEFUL AND TIMELYJAD DRESS IIII the absence of Rev M B Adams D D from the city Sunday morning Prof J H Fuqua had charge of the services at the First Baptist Church He clellv ere a short forceful address upon the theme Personal Influence basing his remarks upon Romans 147 For none of us liveth ta himself and no man dieth to him self Prof Fuquas remarks were timely and to tho point and showed how exceedingly careful we should be in our lives and conduct lest by our example we lead others astray Time large congregation present r were profoundly impressed by the address CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears the- Signature of 7ANOTHER EXCURSION Ifrhoway in conjunction with the Q C Railway will run another of their unrivaled excursions to Cin cinnati on Sunday July 10th The train will leave this city at 80a m shnrpreaching the Queen City at about 1030 a m Returning will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m and reaching home by II p The rate will be only 125 for tho round trip eeODD FELLOWS ORPHANS EN TERTAINED HERE iF Some fifty of the orphans froth f YIcame here Thursday r and had a good time seeing the sights of the city They took in the giuno of base ball at Cove Spring Park had a trolley ride publichulldhlgsthe day The local Odd Fellows of Cap LodgeNothe day pleasant for these wards of time order They raffurned homo on the 420 L N ain A SMOOTH ARTICLE When you find it necessary to use HazelSalvetot Sores Burns Boils Eczema Protruclinu Soldby125 RETURN Sunday July 16th via F C and Queen Crescent Route trainlleuvillJ atOeorgttowncinnati 880 p m same date All ChastAr y TfieFranKrartaoumlaDoiit ac Sntereil at the postolltce at Frankfort lien ttucks nsseeomlflnss mnSlnble mutter dEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 1905 FEANKLIN BAPTIST ASSO CIATION x Permanent Place of Mooting Con trally LncatodCove ta Spring Park For a year or so pout tho Frank lin Association of the Baptist r Church have been endeavoring to make some arrangement for hold ing the meetings of that body at a tcentral location which would not make it a burden upon the weak and poorer churches Tho matter of tho place of mooting for this yoar was at the last Assooiation left in the hands of tho Association Board That body has secured Cove Spring Park with its splendid au ditorium capable of seating over 1000 people its shade and abun dance of water and fresh air for tho purpose Those who live at a distance can cone to thin city have their horses hitched in the livery barns go out to the grounds on the street railway at tho nominal ex pause of ten emits for tho round- trip can take their baskets of lunch with them and with abundance of room to set out the lunch at the noon recess The location is an ideal one away from the heat of the city and with- outI the crowds becoming a burden to the small local church as for merly was the case The Board feels very grateful to the managers of Cove Spring Park for the tender of the use of the Park free of cost- It will bo remembered that it had been determined to purchase a big tent to bo used for the nssocintionnl meeting but the auditorium at the Park just fills the bill and is so much more comfortable than the tent would have been and at the same time the large outlay which the tent would have necessitated avoidedv desire of the Association Board that the next meeting of the Association which tiwill be held on Wednesday and Thursday August 23datnil 24th shall be a red letter gathering both as to numbers and enthusiasm They request that this notice he- jrlven wide publicity and that the r Western Recorder and Baptist Ar gus the two State papers of tho de nomination puhlish the same so that it may bo generally known to the more than 3000 members of the Association t OI Dr Weavers Treatment On Saturday evening the carriages of Mr 11 D A t mstrong was wrecked at tho south end of the St Oliiir strnot bridge by the liorses backing the vehicle into another vehicle A wheel was torn oil bail other haulage dote FREIGHT WRECK ON F 0 RAILWAY i The first wreck which has oc curred for over two years on the F R C Railway happened on Saturday afternoon when a freight train was derailed by the spreading of the rails caused br the excessive Talus near Kissingonn Station Five cars were thrown from the track and oigJit or ten head of cat tle which were being shipped from the Geo T Stage distillery were killed Luckily no portion was injured The track was feared after some three hours nIl trains ran as usual Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will It make 1 a short leg long but it feeds soft bone Iand heals diseased bone and is among the few genuine means of recovery in rickets and consumptionSend SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and iix all druggists II Mental Strain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room Read the following I have always been healthy with the ex ception of a touch of rheumatism since my ae came on up to the time of my husband last illness some years ago I assisted in nursing husband for nearly three months ne departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic was up about the house 1 continued their use until completely cured faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other people our daughter haying used Restorative Nervine with results in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box the AntiPain Pills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know a number of others whom your medicine has helped in a large degree I wish you continued success Mas FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A SLY LITTLE COON Just after 6 oclock on Monday evening Officer Davis Harrod had a run for his money on Main street after a little ircoon but the little rascal covered the ground too fast for our jolly friend It seems that little Ned Marshall a diminutive sun of our efficient Circuit Mr Clerk Ben Marshall got hold of his sisters purse and wishing to get some of the goodies found at a candy store started out for that purpose The little fellow does not know any money but niokles and dimes so when he began to investigate tho pocket book he only found what he took to be a green rag a 5 bill About that time the small coon in question butted in He assured the diminutive representa tive of a thriving and happy family that the green rag was no good but ho made little Ned a present of a stick of candy at the same time abstracting the green rag Ned contentedly munching his candy was discovered by his sister and soberly told her that she was no good only having aII green rag in her pooketbook but that he had his candy all the same Officer Harrod was informed of tho slick trick played by the coon and started to Investigate Ho flushed his bird but it was too quick for him and distanced him at the half mild post There are other days coming to the jolly oillcor and that coon had bettor keep his eyes peeled day and nightLater Ofllcer Harrod arrested Jim Washington the colored boy alluded to above on Tuesday who confessed the theft and was fined 125 anti costs by Judge Herndon OFFICERS CAPITAL LODGE NO6 I O O F The following officers to sorve the ensuing six months were elect ed by Capital Lodge No 0 I O O F on Monday night Noble Grand John Hunter Jr Vice Grand W C Marshall SecretaryW S Dehoney TreasuorE E Rossen Host Albert Chilson HAND BADLY INJURED Mr James Brewer an employe of Kenney Bros sawmill was so unfortunate as to have his hand come in contact with the odger saw late Friday evening and have all four fingers badly cut He was taken to the oflloo of Dr Nevill M Garrett where after an anesthetic had been administered the hand was dressed Ho is doing fairly well now Dr U V Williams assisted Dr Garrett and administered the chloroform I THE LOUISVILLE REUNION To the Editor of Tho niirnnlole One of tho grandest If not one of tho most perfect reunions tho old Confederate veterans have ever had the pleasure of attending is stow drawing to a windup and the city of Louisville and tho dark and bloody ground have each covered themselves over with glory and endeared themselves forever to tho hearts of tho mon who worn tie pray and who uphold tho tricol oied banner of tho Confederacy in sunny a hotly contested Hold of hattie The city itself was one mass of tainting and the stars and huts woru everywhere to bo seen mingled with the starry banner of freedom that now floats so proudly over a united people ono and in divisible now and forever and ore witnessing tho fraternal feeling everywhere oxisti g between the boy who wore tho gray anti the no less bravo lads vlio proudly wore tho blue could for ono moment doubt but that wo arc now a band of brothers united heart and soul for ono common country and woe to the foo who ever has tie undue y ur tuuierity to tread upon the coattail of our Uncle Samuel Surely that nation will bitterly ruo the day whun they moot the united hosts of Leo Johnston Hood Grant Sherman and Thomas in battle array Tho Chronicle correspondent feols that thin whole of JSuorpe combined with oarkest Africa thrown in could never withstand the advancing columns of these two invincible forces com bined One especially now feature in the was the large number of Confederate gray uniforms worn by tho various State troops and the proud bearing of tho old veterans as they marched in lino with heads erect and breasts thrown forward proved them to be what they are and always will bothe grandest soldiers the stars of heaven ever shone upon They never knew nor ever will know the word fear but with undaunted stop and gallant bearing even with gray locks and halting showy d the nnconquorod and unconquerable spirit with which every mothers son of them was ombued And the women God bless them language however powerful wholly fauns to accurately portray their loveliness and the devotion attention aye and love shown by these lovely daughters ol dear old Kentucky to their veteran visitors All honor say I to Kentuckys hospitable men and to her noble enerous beautiful and lovely daughters In the language of old Rip Van Win kle May they live long and pros per I am too completely worn out to write more fully and leave tonight for my place at Lufkin titer stopping over a few days at my old home in the capital city of Kentucky Frankfort with friends of my boyhood days and my kins men R L R Louisville June 10 IDeWIIt Early Risers The famous Mttto pms 4 ABLE AND WITTY ADDRESS County Attorney W O Davis of Woodford county made an address before the State Bar Association at Covington last week in response- to a toast which was one of the wit tiest and most brilliant addresses of the Association It was ordered to be printed in the official proceed ings an unusual compliment Mr Davis is a fine lawyer a faith ful and efficient county attorney and a witty and brilliant after dinner orator- Wo congratulate him upon the success of his latest effort which is not the first by any maunor of steams I O4 9nABean the Signatureof A DELIGHTFUL SOLO Mrs Frank H Connelly of Green ville Texas who is the charming guest of her brothers Mr W H Posey and Dr J A Posey this week sung a beautiful and attractive solo at thin First Baptist Church on Sunday night last Mrs Connelly has a strong well modulated and sweet contralto voice which she uses with fine effect showing remarkable power and cultivation The large congregation present greatly enjoyed the song The music at this church is under the directorate of Prof Wayland Graham and has been greatly im proved and the large choir renders delightful music BABYS BODY FOUND AT LOCK 4 The body of a few days old white baby was found floating in the river on Saturday by Look keeper McCraukon at Lock No4 Coroner Graham was summoned and an inquest held i = = == c= = I Pleasant to take Laxative tk v Syrupw J t n NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONt 411 Ask Your Doctory 07 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anu their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a f normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesI i LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms asy4Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness iBloated Feeling etctrYour money will be W any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTSQ5c AND 50c PER BOTTLE j 1 Tobacco Bellows Blowers n Hoes Forks Spadesr j Cradles and Fingers t 1fiJ Scythes and Snatches S Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tit lt Monkey Wrenches f Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 1 FRANK G STAGG jJt r Hardware Paints Oils Etc I rIi State College of Kentucky fij Lexington Kentucky = C tiftheXtMechanicnland Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and iileads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading to a masters degree Each course of study Is organized under a trseparate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors ntrS and instructors County receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and JrThepensive and modern The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young 1buildings rtTheof college is the only Institution In the Commonwealth doing in tany proper sense university worki15The completion of the facilities for good board and lodging It is equipped with all modern i AItAn is thus afforded to women of 1mathematicsr garding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL D iJ or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins September 14 1905 43td i REVENUE OFFICERS ASSIGN IiTho VENTS following are the assignments of internal revenue storekeepers r 6 storekeepergangers and gangers for the month of July as made by Collector Roberts DISTILLERIES William Tnrr CoM Lexington W F Croghan tiny duty F G Sparks additional and bottling H gaugerN Distillery Frankfort J M iidut C M Kash additional I f West additional F D Clark gauger4i E Pogue Distillery Co JMaysville H G Holiday day 1 duty Frank Harting additional And bottling L M Gaflln gaugor f 4W A Gaines Co Frankfort W M1 duty Z J Phelps additional J L Cox ad ditional J E Hanrahan addi tional J G Brawner bottling C N Wiard gauger 6J E Popper Co Lexington J T Gunn day duty J A Eas tin additional A V Combs addi tional and bottling D C Berry man gauger 6 Poyntz Bros Co Maysvillo W C Slye storekeepergauger 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day duty F M Cisco Additional Henry Newsom addi tional G P McCann bottling W gaugeri Co Kiser duty D C j Berryman gauger l1S C Herbst FrankfortW A Hamilton storekeepergauger ri 14G G White Co ParisNoA Moore day duty J 11 Walker 4 Additional J D Shy bottling D 3tixC Berryman gauger J 17Old MoBrayer Distillery Co lk Mt StorlingJ J Kearns day O Kash additional and t bottlIng H S Foreman gauger l 24J H Rogers Co Maysville Oscar Grigsby storekeepergaugor j 82E M Babbitt VersaillesP H G Powell day duty W L Baker additional and bottling S D Pink fIIkerton gauger Baker Frankfort W day duty Amos J additional John Stephan ski gauger 87lolln Cochran Co Frank fortG T Scearco day duty r D B Walmitt additional and Mottling y H1 Gaines gaugor 46J E Pepper Co Yarnall f tonL Lusby day duty T L JMoCnnnell additional and pttiing A G Leonard gauger 60W J Frazier Versailles E W Lane storekeepergauger 52 Labrot Graham Frankfort C H Talbott day duty G T Mountjoy additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger r 58E H Taylor Jr Sons Is dutyrLemaster bottling D Harp addi tional H T Gaines gaugyr 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris r J P Hutchcraft day duty C T t Throokinorton additional W JNOE MILES 4 AGENT Dealer In High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky Bread Is the Staff of Life I am agent for the sale of BALLARDS OBELISKFLOUR At this place to grocers It is a winner 1 will be in shape to exchange w1 Flour for Wheat after harvest with farmers at the M K Flour Store Call and see me and give me your trade JNO E MILES one 3tf I Red Letter Week C OMMEISFGING today andcontinuing nil next veok wo will boom thiiisrs in our store See the special Gowns worth 75c reduced to 49e The Corset Cover special at lOc Black and lilac Duck Skirts 93e Set sl1cker Underskirt 89c Special 4c Lawns Embroidery Remnants Lace and Hi hon Remnants Wool find Silk Remnants Gingham INladrns Remnants Calico and Lawn Remnants andI Come and see us July 4th Well be glad to see you CHAS Je WEITEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell Cherry additional W G Cook bottling D C Herr man ganger nlJ J M Saffell Frankfort A B Piper day duty A W Na scor additional and bottling F D Clark gauger- il0T N Blakcmore Frank fortW D Blanding storekeoper or 105Mullins Crigler Stamping GerundS P Willis storekeeper utpellOHW A Gaines Co Frank fortE Craig day duty U G Cary additional J H Murray additional G W McConnell addi tional H S Boll bottling C N Wiard ganger USG T Stagg Co Frankfort S A Powell day J M Stevenson additional W H Sneed bottling John Stephanski gauger 840Fulton Co Culver Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger 841 Harper Flanory Gimlet J C Holbrook storekeepergauger PUBLIC WAREHOUSE Lexington Public Warehouse Cc LexingtonW G Dunlap and J R Sams storekeepergaugers GENERAL STOREKEEPER GAUGER LexingtonG R Bullock- RECTIFIERS LexingtonStoll Co R S Strader Son The W J Smith Co and J E Pepper CoA G Leonard gauger Frankfort J P WilliamsF D gaugorMaysville E PogueL M Gaffln gauger = genuineLaxativethe remedy that curve a cold IB ore day EXTREMELY LOW RATES AN NOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are an nounced via the Southern Ry from Louisville for the following special occasions 8001 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Ool and return July 8 inclusive account In iterrnatioiwl Epworth League Con- vontion 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Puolbo Cat and return Au gust 12 and IB account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return An mist 20 to September 2 inclusive account National Grand Army of the Republic 1585Athens Ga and return July 7 8 and 15 account Athens Summer School 065 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 15 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anni versary Battle of Chlckamauga 50 =Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Septem ber 80 account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7260Portland Ore and return going or returning via Son Fran cisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and September account I wis and Clark Centennial Exposition 0050 San Francisco or Los An geles Cal and return August 8 to 14 inclusive 7250 Sun Francisco Los A ngoles or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August and September Cheap Homeseokors tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Tex as North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4th and 18th August 1st and September 5th and 19th Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information fold ors schedules etc address- A R Cook C P T A284 Fourth Avo Louisville- C H Hungerford 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R Allen A G P A St Louis Mo- W H Tuyloe G P A Washing ton D C 4 i 1J t C S 0 TIME TAWK NOtTB SoN21A Lexington 8 6f1raukfort 0 6U Shelbyville 20I 701 1r Louisville IJ1 NORTH Nol2 P I fo- rP Louisville tiro ft ShelDyvlllo aw 7lll Frankfort 10181 740 A Lexington 1116 8iC Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate 8eo4isfol treatment for blood and ikla diewas DR R M COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 103 in EXIOURSIONS C0A- sbttro Park K J National Educational Association Tick ets on sale June 20th and BOth July10thbe extended to August 81st Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Convention Tickets on solo July 2d 8d and 4thwith limit of July 15th Rate 1600 Tickets may be extended to Au gust 81st Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion Tickets on sale July lull limit 15 days Rate Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on snle August 14th Rate 14 00 Old Point Comfort Vn Sum mer Excursion August 12th limited 15 days Rate 1200 For full information regarding above special rates call on or nddressIAgent KyJ102m Dr Weavers Syrup rutfei the blood Cerate ointment for th1kJa BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour front 6a in to 9 p in except 11 nm and 8 p m everyhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Georgetown11 p in except 11 a in 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8 50p in Leaves Georgetown at 10n in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 14 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys oflice 404 Vest Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 L FY ALEXANDER President f r l iY Yr Pf r4 WORK WEAKENS THE KID NEYS Donns Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service for People Who Work in Frankfort everydaypostion bending constantly over a desk ridln on wagons or cars doing laborious housework tryingother ways All these strains tend to wear weaken and injure the kidneys until they fall behind in their work of filtering the poisons KidneyPillsstrength in bad backs Frankfort cures prove it C A Wallace retired farmer living at 581 Holmes street says kidneytroubles heavyliftingordinarily two men would be re quired to do This straining myself often caused a dull aching and lameness in my back and as time went on it got from bad to worse the aching becoming much more Jtimesaround A difficulty with the kidney secretions set in and they were scalding irregular and annoying Crestitrolothlglltgive them a trial and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two boxes I was benefited in every way I have every con fidence in Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buf falo N Y sole for the IfRememberand take rto other t OLD POINT COMFORT AND p THE SEASHORE 1C1005 12 from Lexington Winches ter Mt Sterling llorehend Trains p leave Lexington 1120 a m and 845 p m SprlnJfIHistoric FortressiMonroemonth Virginia Bench on the broad Atlantic are among the attractive features together with side 11PointThe Route is through the famous Blue Grass Region of Kentucky the canyons of New River along side the picturesque Greenbrier River through the Alleghanies and the wonderful Blue Ridge Mountains the beautiful Shenan ValleysSurf Fish 4 grnntIJeclfamous Virginia Mountain Resorts anti other oiuts of interest on the C O Railway- Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge alone the James River Tickets be good roturnirg Sleepingyour agent for full particulars or write LexingtonManagerWinPass Agt R E Parsons D P A Louis ville Ky PassengerAgt ATTENTION FARMERS Wo want to buy your wheat for which wo vill pay the highest cash sellingHOGEFrankfort Ky Phones No7 1m t Ir i t r rI Special Drivesrin every J Departmentthis JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of 1 E M J E M Sold only by Grocers REDUCED RATES FOR FOURTH OF JULY Tickets will be sold via Queen tit rescent Route at one and one fare for the round trip Min rate 5u cents July 2 8 and good returning July 8th Ask agents for particulars OF INTEREST TO TRAYJELERS passengerdesiring Sunday excursion rates the South Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc r 15th inclusive No9 at Louisville until 600 in No6 at Lexington until 480 14at Burgin until 410sinterested will please be governed accordingly tf LOW RAZES TO CALIFORNIA Round trip tickets are on sale at red l11e j rates every day in the year all points via the Chicago Pacific Northwestern anti colonist one way tickets specifieddotesfrom Chicago with correspond in pointsDailyexcursions in through Pullman Tourist sleeping cars only 700 double berth frum Chicago Send cents for booklets maps and full information to W B Kniskern A M C N W Ry Chicago FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY CO SPECIALS SEASHORE EXCURSION Atlantic City August 10th via F 0 and B O S W Fare 12da k A GRIM TRAGEDY ofhomesone another victim of consumption or pneumonia But when Coughs z and Colds are properly treated the ofOklandonthreedoctorsforConsumptionwhich cured her and today she la well and strong It kills thegerms of all diseases One dose re 100byH IS ATXENTIO1N PA RMERSi strongest in the- World 1- 307309 Main St Both Phones Now the time to your fencing agents Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENOEWelded ElectricityJust the Field Lawn and Poultry = Do you want to live the is mild the year round = labor is never by stress of and is never lost by mere with cold Do you want to live in a the are more than in any other area in the world the of great a fine to get a small farm that will assure you a Do you want to live with a of labor you can grow crops of and small fruit olives and alfalfa and crops are sure is good and finds Then go to both and await your is the most route to the and there are two fast via this line over the and the low in via this line the to and low rate will be on sale Sep and give an for to the a of Daily and to San Los and without on which a double berth in a tourist car from costs only via the f FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY SUDDEN Mrs Kate Manor formerly of heart disease The deceased was Miss Kate MoClellan of Hamilton Oiho and came to this y city to reside in the later 70s after her with the late Prof J O Matter She was a sister of Mrs Anna of this city and was a held in the highest es teem by all who knew her After the death of her husband she ob tamed a position as a clerk in the Interior at and had since made that city her remains will be brought here t for burial Whats the secret Of happy vigorous health Simply keeping the bowels tho stomach the and strong and active Bur dock Blood Bitters does it f t I is do We are sole for by Fence for Farm f are trip at are 700 lady liver kidneys W B KNISKERN P T rd C NW Ry Chicago III Please mall free to my address California booklets maps and full particulars concerning rates and train service BOUGHT A HOME IMisses Lucy and Lou Patite have from Mrs Mike her cottage home on Murray street near Todd for 2000 and will take 1st The house is known as the place having been built by Mr W B GREAT OF FERED AT STATE In another column will be found the of the State College The offered at this college are rare tho is varied enough to meet the demands of any student and the terms and of entrance are ideal FITS Of Ague nnd Malaria can be re lieved and cured with Electric Bit ters This is a pure tonic medi cine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influ ence on the disease driving it en tirely out of the system It is much to be to Quinine having none of this drugs bad after effects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and till he took Electric Bitters which saved his lire At all price 50c Dr Cadyg ondlUon Fowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad 1 medicine and the best in use put J horse in primo condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Fine Head Lettuce o 160 83tf ti Conform to the also have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting your crops I Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements I Ii f ci SOWER Sc CO CALIFORNIAwhere climate where oppressed weather where animal vitality conflict region where resources varied equal where division ranches affords opportunity competence where minimum profitable grapes oranges lemons prunes almonds grain where business capital easily profitable investment where health opportunity coming avThe Chicago Union Pacific and j NorthWestern Line direct Pacific Coast through trains daily famous double track railway between Chicago River Special roundtrip rates effect throughout summer various Pacific Coast points colonist oneway tickets during tember October which unusual chance settlers make minimum expense personally conducted excursions operated through Francisco Angeles Portland change Pullman sleeping Chicago Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways SUMMONS ThursdayIFformerly marriage VanDerveor Department Washington homeThe UJi COTTAGE purchased Schlostor possession September Bridgeford Bridgeford ADVANTAGES COLLEGE advertisement Kentucky advantages curriculum conditions SICKENING SHIVERING preferred jaundice druggists guaranteed arivermitage LeCompte Telephone iriitIt Will most uneven ground We California Missouri Frankl ortI The Vip giniana A New Pattern In Sterling Sil vcrI Ye l Spoons and Forks In gray finish This pattern is extremely reasonable In price And we are now ready To show a full line In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces Also chests of Silver I Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this assortment- M A Selbert Reliable Jeweler r Covered with be- stCedarI Shingles Pro- mHammond SCO i WJiiill9 t f Jt P I f4 t f liSi1 tkIt l c itr tif = 3At k r RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pas ijor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 n m in tho chapel Baraca Class at 945 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 715 p m LeadorHolton Lightfoot Topic Truthful at All Times Prayernu eting on Wednesday nightat 745 oclock in tho chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinnj reo tor Sunday July 2 8 a m Holy Communion t 980 a m Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday 750 p in Bible study Teachers meeting at 715 The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCHR o y C E Miller of Lexington will preach at a m and 730 p m Mr Miller will have charge of the services during the absence of Rev C R Hudson the pastor Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society has- P adjourned for tho summer Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ting at 780 In the chapel The Junior Society has adjourned for tho summer Everybody invited k tSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN f CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the c pastor will preach at 11 a m and t 790 p Sundayschool at 980 a in jI Young TiKiplos Society at fiRO 111tU yormectlng Wednesday oven 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend IM CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S7 Major motor Low MUSH at 7JH n m t Hi fi MaRS at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClusky Blay iiey n 11 tho pastor will preach At 11 a DL and 780 y m- Sundaysuhool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 045 p in- Prayermeeting Wednesday even Jng ai 780 p in l Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rov J O A Vuught the pastor will 1nalast Col attend the Epworth League National Convention Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday j evoniuu nt 745- Evorvhody invited to attend LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed 4 Win la ill of the Kentucky Pros Seminaryptown every ur evening at 780 oclock jA A prayermeeting will bo hold on Thursday evening at 780 I These services will continu- through the summer CEDAR CHAPELRov J O l A Vaught will preach at this Rchurch at 880 oclock p in on Sundayrft j t FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 23and 24 LAWNS GINGHAMS i DOTTED SWISS- UMBRELLASon This isthe chance for a Silk Dress60c Silk now 25c yardAll Fancy Silk Reduced Millinery at Less than Half Price S D JOHNSON CO Summer Sale 11 A few of the articles White China Silks for 25c yd White India Silks yd wide 75c for 50c yd Colored Glade Silks yd wide 150 125 for 98c yd Wool Dress Goods 75c 65c yd for 40c yd Check Muslins for Underwear 5c yd India Linens 5c 8 12c 10c 12 12creduced White Mercerized Waisting 25c for 18c yd White Mercerized Waisting 50c for 35c yd Persian Lawn 45 Inches wide 15c yd Ladies White Vests taped for 5c better grades for 8c 10c and 12c Ruffled Swiss Curtains 50c 75c and 100 pr Art Squares 9 x 12 feet 500 Mattings at reduced prices Window Shades only 25c Ribbons Laces and Turn Over Collars reduced Call and be convinced F J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper pani oils Etc I MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed a111- 11I11UN A Policy in THE EUUIT ABLE LIFE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT PERMIT YOU TO LIVE UP TO YOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph fte Wilson District Manager Frank C Hutchison Local RepresentativeJ value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer HandMadeeSour Mash forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky L w m Reliable Syringes We can stand between you and the endless trickery that exists in rubber goods can protect you from inter ior goods or unfair prices The market is flooded with cheap fountain syringes that are only intended to last n few months No such goods come here We buyof the best makers in the country and will guarantee every claim made for the goods Every Syringe is made of Para rubber no matter how low our price may be J W GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky INDIGESTION CURED There is no case of Indigestion Dyspopsia or Stomach Trouble tha will not yield to tho digestive am strengthening influence of Kodo Dyspepsia Curt This remedj takes tho strain olF tho stomach h digesting what you eat and allow lag it to rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Curl affords quick and permanent relic from Indigestion and all ntomacl troubles builds up the system ant so purifies that disease can no attack and gain a foothold as whet in a weakened condition Sold b J W Gayle Dr R P Buckmastei Osteopathic Physician Office at Mrs T P Browns 44 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY48tf DO YOU WANT STRENGTH want toIf you increase you storngth you must add to and nc take from the physical In othe words the food that you oat tau he digested assimilated anti apprc printed by the nerves blood an tissues before being expelled trot tho intestines Kodol Dyspepsi Cure adds to the physical It give strength to and builds up strengt in the human system It is plop ant to the taste and palatable an the only combination of digestant that will digest the food and onabl tho system to appropriate all of it health and strengthgiving qual ties Sold by J W Gayle tee OASTORI4Bears BJgnature o- fiii A the Bout iSTRONG1 Againis Stovallof Tilton Ga Qosaid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia V Cure Hundred 4ofother weak women being to perfect IIstored this edy may well you will take it Indigestion causes nearly sick womlftI fment and delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bacomt tj diseased Kodol 3 Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate of the whole some food that may be eaten nourishllJthe body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn stomach disordersoDigests What You Eat Dollar bottUholdtSH I tlmit ai ai the trial or teat size Nob4 A art re by rem bi if all the the to all It all much Prepand the Lab oratory ECD 0 Chicago US Ica Kfort ciatl BU The Midland Route Tulle Table IIlcal June 5th l 05Lt PM- Ii 1- 1iNotr2L at of DAllY KXUKfT SUNDAY o81 N IP ob3 1 Lv D Frankfort Arln 720 2 6 Summit llj Elkhorn 6 6 J1Ii Stamping Ground 8 2 6 Duvall 6 j Johnson 110 6 ti 29f f toh 6 8 Cratervillu 5 53I3 Art Paris Lv 8 M 5 OnmGts at Georgetown Union Depot with Q v Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky itrBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P1AUII25 ILv Georgetown Arl 8 Cincinnati Lr BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AMjPM P M 20t83rr KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS rtId 825P 60A A Paris L 8 542P UP 42A A Winchester LI 09A 245P 115a s 20Pl2 54P A Richmond L 20A MPjh OtlPilO 30A A Cincinnati L 255P 1GEO B HARPER C W HAY and Uenl hunt GPAs e CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR- s i Wo are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to tho action Eleoiovem t c RAGIN BROS J IS DAYSYMAMMOTH SUMMER REDUCTION AND CLEARAKC SALE i Beginning JULY 1ST and continuing until JULY 15TH we will conduct a MAMMOTH SUMMER REDUCTION eclipseinOLEARANOESALEIMMENSE STOCK of FALL GOODS which wilt begin to arrive in a few weeks We mean what we say when we state that we are determined to ECLIPSE any former EFFORT made by any store in Frankfort will be reservedin this sale Everypiece of SUMMER GOODS every READYMADE GARMENT such as TAILORMADE SUITS 11 WALKING SKIRTS RAIN COATS SHIRT WAIST SUITS SHIRT WAISTS CHILDRENS DRESSES Dressing Sac 1 ques Wrappers Muslin Underwear etc also many staple Dry Goods will be so reduced in price as to make this sale worth your coming miles to attend We are not going to depend upon luring advertisements to theWill sell goods at such PRICES that will be sure to CROWD our store from morning until evening every diiyoCtnis SALET- HE i PRICES MENTIONED HERE ARE FOR CASH ONLY Jj1I Silks For shirt waists shirt waist suits trimmings liningsSilks price 37J c peryd Silks that are worth 75c Sale price 59c per yd Silks that are worth flOO Sale price 75c per yd Silks that are worth 125 Sale price 98c per yd Silks that are worth 150Sale price S119 per yd Dress Goods You will find only the best styles of Dress Goods here If you dont need a new dress now buy one for youAll yd ydAllydAllAll of ourJ50 dress goods i Sale price 8119 per yd White Mercerized r Waist Goods These are beautiful waistings very highly finish ed and exquisite designs 15c quality Sale price lOc per yd 20c qaulity Sale price 15c per yd 25c quality Sale price 19 c per yd ydetColored Lawns A great collection of the prettiest patterns from r the best markets Lawns that were 5c Sale price 3c per yd Lawns that were 7c Sale price 5c per yd Lawns that were lOc Sale price 7c per yd Lawns that were 15c Sale price lOc per yd Lawns that were 25c Sale price 19c per yd Dress Ginghams We carry in Stock only the best brands of Dress Gingham the kind we can recommend- Dress Ginghams that are worth 10 and I2ic you can buy during this sale Sale 8e per yard MensISSI pricel0eper yard i Apron Ginghams No use for us to explain much about the kind of Gingham we sell Our customers know that we have only the best the kind that the colors are fast yardxCottons Good unbleached cotton yard wide worth 5c only 4c per yard- Extra nice quality unbleached cotton 6ic quality only 5c per yard Good Bleached cotton a yard wide a bargain at 5c per yard Best 8c cotton at 6f c per yard 471r- y Calicoes The best brands of Calico sold everywhere at 5c and Gc you can buy for the next 15 days at 4c per yard India Linens These are the best brands All nice sheer quality yard10cyard20c25e quality e19c per yard Persian Lawns yard25cyard35cCurtain SwissesNi- ce quality Curtain Swissin large or small dots always sold at 15c per yard Sale price lOc Hosiery We sell the famous Gordon Dye Hosiery In this sale we will include all plain and open work Hosiery in Black Tan and White lOc quality sale price 8c 15c quality sale price He 20c quality sale price 15c 25c quality sale price 19c 50c quality sale price390Ha- ndkerchiefsFor Ladies Gents and Children 5c Handkerchiefs sale price 4c lOc Handkerchiefs sale price 7c15c Handkerchiefs sale price tOe 25c Handkerchiefs sale price 19c Table LinensI You can depend upon the kind we sell 50c quality 38c per yard 60c 4 9c per yard 75c quality59c per yard 100 quality 79c per yard I Rain Coats We are showing the best styles Coats that are worth 1000 sale price 798 Coats that are worth 1250 sale price 975 Coats that axe worth 1500 sale price 1050 Coats that are worth 2500 sale price 1500 Walking Skirts A large stock of newest styles of Skirts made of Panama Sicilienne Cloth and Cheviot No trouble to get suited here Skirts that were 400 275 Skirts that are worth 500 350 Skirts that are worth 600 475 Skirts that are worth 750 500 Skirts that are worth 850 a 600 Skirts that are worth 1000 750 Shirt Waist suitsiJiIJWhite and Colored Suits Well tailored and very latest styles Suits that are worth 250 sale price 195 Suits that are worth 300 sale price 210 r Suits that are worth 400 sale price 300JSuits that are worth 500 sale price 375 Dressing Sacques Sacquesfor Sacquesfor Sacquesfor Sacquesfor 59c89c l t Lace fi A great opportunity to save daysCurtains 1lf Our 125 Curtains f q Our 150 Curtains Our 200 Curtaius Our 250 Curtains tftOur 500 Curtains Window 5115per 25c quality 1 35c quality JWi 50c quality I l f Curtain i White Corrugated Curtain Rods extra 15c quality sale price 50c poles sale price III 1 lot Embroideries worth 6c to Oc Sale price 1 lot Embroideries worth lOc toI 20c Sale price 39c 9c s 1i jeer ardlfl1 lot Embroideries worth 15c to 25c Sale price 14c 1 lot 19c Embroidieries worth 20c to 30c Sale pricey r Laces k These prices are on Vals Linen and Torchon Laces Laces that are worth 3c Sale price 2crLaces that are worth fie Sale price Sic Laces that are worth 7ic Sale price 5e Laces that are worth lOc Sale price Tic Laces that are worth 15c Sale price lOc Ribbons y Thousands of yars of beautiful silk Ribbon all new and disirable shades All Silk Ribbon 5c quality Sale price 4c peryd I All Silk Ribbon10c quality Sale price 8c per yd All All Silk Ribbon 15 quality Sale price lOc per yd Silk Ribbon 20c quality Sale price 15c per yd All Silk Ribbon 25c quality Sale price 19c per yd Napkins also reduced during thin sale 4A