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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKKM LOO In A d v u n ce 1 IGEO XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 22 1905 NO 46 TAN OXFORDS ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON i fj I THE Tan Oxford is this season clanging its rightful place as the best summer shoe Tan is the coolest outlier that can liP wornthe softest and easiest the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad f 1 Ion sailor tie y- i Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe 11Browl1 Kid Sailor Tie welted tsoles irsdinm heel and toe IBrown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft asJ glove rather narrow toe 35o 300 00I BLaird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords t A southern tie made of tan Idd with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great seller extremely soft nnd pleasant to the feet Then a great va riot of Russia calf welt oxfords tor street wear t 5 oxfordsir Queen Quality Tan Oxfords withIrlight soles 250 and 3 i t Laird Schobcr Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the t r country They are unequalled in any resieetbut especially in daintiness of style flexibility and ease to the feet and superb fitting qualities ttr f varietyint R KMcCLURE SONr KyrHANDSOME COUNTRY HOME DESTROYED The handsome country homo of Rev Win L McEwan D IX thou occupied by his brother Mr JaR A MoEwaiii as a losidenco lo uountyIcyI nesday afternoon Mrs MoEwan was alone in the 1 house at the time the fire started but called several neighbors InI telephone but too Into to save the house or oven much of its contents The building was a twostory i frame and it is supposed a spark 1 from tho chimney fell on the roof of tho roar portion of tho dwelling When first discovered it was only n small blaze but at a point not accessible for a lady J Tho loss is total and will foot up about 5000 with partial insurance It will bo rebuilt at once or so soon as proper arrangements can be made RECOVERED HIS SPARKLER During the Confederate Reunion at Louisville Mr S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis owner of tho Old Judge Distillery in this county lost a handsome Hangout pin Ho reported the matter to the Louis ville police but they did not re cover it Mr Herbst then put tho matter in the hands of the Pinker ton Dotoctive Agency and they soon recovered the gem Naturally Mr Herbst does not admire tho Louisville detective o SPLENDID UNION DEPOT JIURNEI OUT The union depot at Youth and Broadway streets Louisville was gutted by fire on Monday night Loss 850000 Defective Insulation of electric wires was tilt supposed uausOvOf the fire Tralllc was suspended for somo time r 3 ON STRIKE Ilho cmpouters employed on the now Rogers building wont on a strike Monday for a aiio hour lily at same pay as for ton hours Putting on city style UNFORTUNATE SITUATION Wo regret exceedingly to see tho unfortunate situation into which TruatioqjHHMuis gotten in its controversy with the City Council FORRME FRANKFORT MAN OPENS BANK On Monday last Mr Alexander Julian brother of Mrs George w Ohinn of this city opened up a bank in Cincinnati Ohio Tho first days business showed n deposit account of over 200000 That speaks well for Mr Julians standing in tho Cincinnati business world 4 I i Gr- eatRMNT Ij j Sale 1 IA I 1 r I IFTE11 our Mammoth 15 1avs Sale we find that we leave left a large auantitVof Odds and Ends and Soiled Lots ofoo 1lvhich we want to dispose ofut once In order to do so we have cut the JIllesyon each Remnant so as to insure their speedy sale ft This Sale Begins t Monday July 24th Remnants OfiSilks Dress GoodsIWhite Goods CottonsJPercales i Shirtings Sheetings Calicoes Odd Lots ofjHosiery Corsets J Gloves etcVEmbroideries and Laces Come early so as to secure the choice barg- ainsCK3IflBros 1 x H j1 r r f PER3ONAL F Mr Win Rrumback is visiting bus i lollntyIhl week to hnl Inr friend at Lakeland Mrs T O Bailey is visiting In brother Mr Knox Brown at Grat I Mr T D Kennedy and son aet to Louisville Sunday Mr Jolin C Qniroand wife spec Sunday in Louisville I Mr Stnole Rending visited rela tires in Shelby county this wools Mr Paul Morgan spout Sunday in Cincinnati Mr Chas A Keller wont to Cin cinnati on Sunday Mr Lawrence Maupin wont to Cincinnati on Sunday Mr W Linton Tanner visited friends in Louisville on Sunday Mrs W H George visited rela ties in Louisville Sunday I Mr John B Dryden wont to Cin oiiii ti on Monday Mr Ins A Hodgoe of Louis ville was in the city Saturdayd Mr E S OHarn visited roll tives here this wook 1t Miss Corinne Henry has gone to Lake Geneva N Col E H Taylor left Friday on n business trip to Chicago Ills I Miss M Drown Duvall has gone to Bowling Given to visit friends Indue Ira Julian returned Satur duty from Crab Orchard Springs te t lis Marguerite Me Loan is 0353- J ing relatives in Cincinnati Judge Win Me Shaw of Cot t ington was a visitor here this wool JIJlISlIIIvisiting friends at Jocatur Ala t5Mts IJS Watson of this city friends in Lexington Miss Anita Caplinger of Hill is the guest of relatives here Isitingfrlt Miss Lockett Smith is visiting jNIrs Hunter at Concord N C firs P C Sower has gone t aiartinsville Ind t Rev C J Nug lIt of Bloomfield was a visitor hero on Monday Mrs John E Miles visited rela tives in Lexington this week Miss Sue McHonry left Saturday for Alton Va to visit friends r Mrs 101111 P Han ley visited lie mother in Paris this wook f 1115Yl gone isville to spend their vacation t Mrs John E Miles was the guest of her brother Mi W T Hawkins Jioar Midway tie first of the week it Mr Hardin Rodgors of Louis ville was called hero by the illness of Mr Albert Rogers jMI Clay H Hal elicit and wife of Nowtown were visitors her this wowk i Miss Mary SVillimns of this city is visiting Miss Margaret Ryan it Louisville Miss Until Robinson and little nephew Ayres Bailey Thomas wont to DrIll ueu Springs this week Hun Thus G Stuart of Win tfcIIt8tl visited his brother Mr H Stuart this week Julian Chinn was called home Cincinnati OLio by the of his mother and fllthII JIr Juanita Kline Belle Taylor have a visit to Henderson letullHdI Mrs John F Davis and ter Miss Mary have gone to IulnthsIl yerI Mr Harry M Parrent hits gone to Estill Springs to spend his vaca tion Miss Nellie Winn of Versailles spent Saturday with Miss Spicie Hello South Misses Florotta and Eudora South have been for the last ten dots with friends at Nicholasvillo N Lindsay South is about enter ink upon a months travel for th University of Virginia Miss Isabel Llndsey who ha Ijeen at Sewaneo loan has re turned hump 1 Mr Grant L Roberts wife and J children left Thursday for Estill t Springs Vr Mr Allen Bond of La wroncu linrg was the guest of relatives t here this wool t Miss Vary and Miss Margaret Pago left Wednesday morning for Irvine to visit Mrs W P Williams Miss Bertha Talbotfc is the guest of her uncle Dr O B Gayle at iithuuuthfMss Florrcnoo Neville of Louis ville was the guest of Miss Jennie Crack this week Miss Stanton of Cincinnati who I11J= f ii f Miss Bird of Shelhyvillo is visit hug Miss Margaret Reading Elks Place Miss Mamie Magill has returnee from a visit to friends at Owens bolo Mis J A Poser and niece Miss Ailene Crosthwait are visiting relatives in Shelby county Attorney Joseph Norwood o f Lexington visited relatives here this week- r Prof G C Downing and sister Miss Nellie have gone to Virginia Head for a two weeks stay ItUt A B Chinn left Friday SptncttMiss Clifford Haxelrigg returned Friday evening from Knoxville fens Mrs C P Chenanlt and children left Saturday morning for Irvine where they will reside in future Miss Cordio Jollers and niece Miss Corn Salyers loft Sunday fora visit to Louisville I Rev John H Bui din of Mt Eden wits in the city Friday and Saturday Miss Clara Scott visited Miss Nora Pay ntoI4nt Lawrencoburg this week Mr Goorire Denson wife and son George were guests of Mr George Hutlman and wife this week Mr Theodoie OJI Samuels of the Farmers Hank has gone on a two weeks vacation 111 M Perkins huts returned from a trip to Buffalo N1 whorl he attended the Elks reunion Miss Carrie Green of Mt Ster ling was the guest of Mrs Thos A Hall this week Miss Laura Norwood of Lexing auntrMr Caleb W Merchant Jr wont to Louisville on Sunday and will be at work there for several weeks Mrs Shelfer Richaidson went to LaGrango on Sunday to visit rely lives Mr Eugene E WoliT noel wife and nephew Pi ice Morris went to Louisville on Sunday- t Mr Albert H McClure returned Sunday night from a justness trip to New York City Mr Millard F Wood and wife ofI Lexington visited her mother Mrs Rout M Trumbo this wool IJouisoMrs W F Barret on Sunday Mrs R K McClure and daugh tel Miss Harriett returned from Olymphia Springs Friday night Mr Al B Caplinger visited brother Mr W S Caplingor h Louisville on Sunday 1Jir Chas G Mutonhurgh and wife visited friends in Louisville Sundays 3 Mr Win H Pose has retut lied from a trip to Bullalo and Toronto Canada tJrL O A Vaught ters visited relatives in DU1lfo this week Mrs John W Gaines is the guns t of Mrs Win T Gaines lit Eddy Vllll roeturned from a visit to Mrs Pattie Mitchell at Greenville lean r W L1ott Jr of Decatur 1IIIs visited his parents Judge W L Jett gad wife this week Miss Lucy Caplinger who has lioen visiting relatives in Louis ville hits returned home Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Florin have returned front n visit to lelatlvesat Mt Sterling Mr Robert Gum has on to his htItsMiss Mary Markham of Henry county wis the guru of her guilt Mrs Frank W Bets this week Mr Win Cromwell and son Win Jr nave returned from a trip to the lake region I11s Elia Newton is the guest of her cousin Miss Martini in Cincinnati FallI1oJI Miss Aubyn Chinn who the guest of Miss Sallio Bennett in Lexington is at homo again Mr Ben Marshall lilt wile have gone to Grayson Springs for a va cation ifre at Versailles this wrack 5Attorney A C Van Winkle loft Monday for a business trip to Danville Mary E Blakemore of Ver 1511llies was the guest of her daughter Mrs Lafo Crutohor this Miss Florrio Rodman woolI been visiting relatives in ville has returned home LoxugtonJosephine Kavanaugh left for home Saturday fjCol Noel Gainos left Saturday or Paducah to arrange for the State Encampment of National Guards Mr J Garrard Rodman of Okla ofI1 1tJ t w14 iaW Dr O R Deinaree who went to New York Cily to wil ness some special operations in surgery has returned home Mr JOP Wisbart of St Louis Mo but formerly of this city hits returned and accepted a position with the Frankfort Shoe Co Capt M II Insko of Carlisle is serving as Stamp Deputy Collector during the absence of Mr Grant hRoberts Mrs C W Dorsey and children of Crescent Hill were guests of Mrs Rohort Boyd Robertson Third street this week Iinl R Jo ircCIncl of Louis who huts been visiting friends hero for two weeks returned homo 1tin Tuesday Mrs Russell Sneed and children of St Louis Mo are guests of her mother Mrs Virginia Duvall Third street Master Allen ODonnell who has boon visiting his undo Mr lohn Leo at llichmond hits returned In A Scotts family have gone to their country homo In dims Bock for tho rest of the summer Miss Anna May Johns after a two weeks visit to Miss Vary Wei dun South at Excelsior has turned to hot hoire in Lexington Mr Win N Caldwell and Mrs Kate Bush Martin of Louisville wore in the city their old homo on Saturday Miss Margaret A Lewis who has been the guest of her mother Mr H Lewis in Versailles returned hero yesterday Miss Ann Mary Crittondon was the guest of Mrs H C McDowell at Ashland Lexington this week 111 Arthur Edge of Lexing ton was tho guest of his parents Mr John E Edge and wife this week Miss Ida Dryden who has beet visiting her sister Mrs Ross A McCallum at Dayton Ohio re turned home Monday Miss Marietta Powell of Win chestei who tilts been the guest n Mrs Sidney A Powell Third street has gone IlOuwIMrs Stephen Kollar of Cincin langhtorsAirsBorborich St Clair street Mr Banks of Henderson was the guest of tho family of Mr J Swigert Taylor at Thistleton this week Mr Fret E louott of Louisville visited his nieces Mrs E B Rod man and Miss Margery Dudley on Thursday sAirs Fred Tlinin Sr and little Frod Tlium Jr of Louisville wore BessIMr Henry AL Craik and Mr hWIIITenn have returned home Mr George Berborich wife and child of Cincinnati were guests of his father Capt V Berberlch this week Judge Thus H Payntcr has moved his family into his hand some now home just completed on Shelby street Mrs J B Eastin lull sons of Lexington are gu sts of hint parents Capt C W Merchant anti wife Mrs Arthur G Smith and hot two little sons Dudley and Paul after a visit of three woeks at Ex- wlnor Institute left Thursday for their home in Peoria III Mr I C Choallee artist now of Louisville formerly of Shelby ville III has lent added Interest bytwoIJIJ A Shishmanian who is the unmet at Hxoelsior lnlsavSouthburg to arrange for a conceit at that place the evening of August the 4th Prof A M Gordon of Lexing malIon Miss Lula Lilian Miss Lula Nooe Miss Florence Noon and Mrs W S Farmer visitpd Mrs H B Carpenter in Lawrencoburg on Tuesday boxingtonChins Evalis of St Louis Mo were hero Tuesday and took in the sights around thin city Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida who is spending the summer with his family in 1t lItIWI cairo hero Trout Lexington on Thursday to visit his sister Mrs Goo W Chinn Col Green R Keller of Carlisle came herr Saturday night and took his two grandsons Dallas and Ir vine Holton homo with him Monday morning Mr George Berheriob and wife of Cincinnati who have been guests of his parents Capt V Borborich and wife returned homo SundayMr Alfred H Henderson of Hartwell Ohio who las Jon tho guest of his uncle Mr John C Mastin returned homo on Satur day OwlngsfillHaelrigg in this city anl who also visited in Kuoxville Ions with Miss Millord Haelrigg left for homo on Saturday Mr Jos N Bell wHo and chit ire of Washington City who have hoop into for several months re turned homo Friday night Mr Boll is an employe of Census Bureau and has boon gathering statistics for that lluroau in this null adjoining counties Bargains at C Kagin Bros Remnant Sale JUST WHAT WAS NEEDED I We are glad to learn that Col Chas E Hogo will build a number of neat and comfortable cottages on Holmes street ill which employes of the Shoe Co elm find homes convenient to their worlI This is Just what was needed Next IWOI1HHI love a clear healthy com Pure blood makes it mildock Blood Bitters makes pure blood 0 CHEAP MAMMOTH CAVE EX CUBSION JULY Hist FROM FRANKFORT IJho 1J it N R R Co will run a cheap excursion from Frankfort to Mammoth Cave July Hist Trains leave Frankfort at olo a m and SH5 a and arrive at Cave for supper Tho rate will ho only 7liJ w hlch includes supper lodging told breakfast at Cave Hotel and a delightful trip through short route in cave including lights and guide foes Get ready and go along with the crowd Inquire of agent lJ it N for further particulars rA NICE ATTENTION Rev Wm Crowe will leave Tuesday for an extended trip to Winona Lake and elsewhere His congre gation not only granted him tho vacation but furnished him with the necossary purse to take a splen did outing ra FOR SALE TONS of SHEAF OATS now in barn Phono H10C East Tennes see J Y SHACKLEFORD WIf THAT JAM DID PlIA little daughter of Capt Hiram Williams pulled over a jar of jam which fell Oil her foot nearly sev ering a toe Surgical attention was rendered at once Bud the little ono will soon bo all right Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Icavts p in Arrives i am Orleans KpcrnJ No Lost iS Jii01 m Arrivw 1t8 in SJIH Loral Mail No Lea in Arrive 5p in slNtFor Puiluoili noel intonnfuintp points Connection to and from KHabcth tovnIIolinnvilhniiil lroptinst 1Ite except no Sunday surviee to Eliznliutlituwn and Hougen villi Stops at all stntions No lll AcconniKxlatioi NO Loaves p in r Ivw a Fill Central City Conwvtinj serviow to IIodKonvilk 1imh Hlitovn except ou Sundnys Stoimt all stations A Trains Hun Daily e JSIACIAKA KAIiljS EXCUR SIONS Four excursions to Niagara Kijlls via F it C on following dittos Faro for round trip OSO Tickets good fur twelve days Via F ts C and Brio Linos July 27th Via F C and Ch tt August uth Via F it C and Big Four August 17th Via FtC C and Pennsylvania Lines August 21th e C Kagin Bros Great Remnant Sale OWIttLittle Early Risers The famous little pills THE OVERLAND LiMITED10- CAfl FOBSIA Loaves Union Passenger Station Chicago fl03 p in holy arrives San Francisco tho third day in time for dinner Route Chicago Mil waukee it St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacillo Line All ticket agents soil via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive ofI California sent for six cents post age F A Miller General Pa sell ger Agent Chicago or W SIHowoll mil Broadway Now York COUCHIAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK lah RELJGI0HS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev W E Gwatkin of Troy Ohio mIthoIBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 715 p inPrayermeeting on Wednesday chapelVisitorsfree ASCENSION HP1SCOPAIi OHURCJIRov A B Ohhm tee torrSunday July 2tt 0MO a m Morning Prayer 7510 p m Kv Miing Prayer Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer F rilayt7t 0 p m Toachois meeting at 7lf Tho public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN Ii1BCIIRev-C E Miller of Lexington will preach at H a m 0 SPeVI- CSlunInysehonl at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at ian hi tho chapel ndjournudforEvervbodv invited SO UTH K U N PRES H YTER A N CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service This congregation will worship with the Methodist congregation at 745 p Sundayschool at lHO a m l Young Peoples Society at 030 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday oven ins at 7HD oclock- Everybody ftinvited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7i0 a Low Mass at 10 n n1rSundayschool at 2 p m r 111IFlU SI P R ES13VIERTAN CHURCHRov J McCIusky Blay ney D the pastor will preach at II a m No evening service- Sundayschool atSMOa ntfYoung Peoples Society of Chrrsithus Endeavor at UII p Prayermeeting Wednesday oven lug at iBO p Visitors cordally welcomed METHODIST HPRCFIRev 1 O A Vaught the pastor being absent there will he no service at a m tint tills congregation will j worship with thin Southern Presby terians At 745 p m Rev Win Crowe ProshyterlanCltereh Sundayschool at J45 a m Junior League at p m Senior League at 7 p in Pray or mooting on Wednesday evening at 745- Everybody invited to attend LKESTOWN MISSiONM1 Ed win Kagin of the Kentucky Prosbyterian Theological Seminary will conduct the services at the Leestown Mission Chapel every Sunday evening at 7 oclock A prayermeeting will bo hold oniThursday evening at 7W Those services wig continue through the summer Bill DGEPORT PRKSH YTERI AN CHURCH Proaohin nt Bridgeport nt JlrHO p m by Rev Win Crowe the pastor CARPENTERS i FORM UNION t Tho carpenters of this city to tho number of 81 not on Vedues1aytnight anti formed a union Tho following gentlemen were elected ofllcors President Will Wright Vice 1resldontIafe Wells Secretary Wilder Dnpuy Treasurer Young Hubbell It was resolved that a ninehour days work would bo inaugurated on January 1100 CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR 4Wo are authorized to announce Mr KEENER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of tho cityaof Frankfort subject to tho action of the Democratic party Elec ti on November 1905 20to I C1 a12LSr1 tlmjsr T COHANS STELLAR DEBUT t 4 Little Tammany Tones1 an Added Laurel to the Wreath of that 6 Cluver AuthorComedian George M Colmn and 100 others singing and dun ohm comedians are at the Walnut Street Theatre presenting his newest musical u Little Johnny Jones Mr CohellI as is well remembered has been tho prime factor with tho four Co hans Company for many yours The discontinuance of that famous theatrical name finds Mr Cohan a solar star The young authoractor is surrounded hya most clover company and in it nIl Jerry J Cohan Helen F Ci ham and Ethel Levoy Cohaii so we find a quartette of Cohans just the same Mr Cohan as a single star will carry a much larger and hotter company than tho Four we art accustomed to and tho is considerably morn pretentious than previous ones Besides the star and the Cohans wo have mentioned shove othor members of the company include Miss Truly Slmttnuk J Bernard Dyllyn Tom Louis Sam J Ryan C lack Harrington and Donald Brian There is a large chorus and plenty of pretty dashing young ladies Little Johnny Jones is full of sons hits The lay is in three acts and four scones the second act being a trans formation on new and original litmus Act first is the court scene of the Hotel Cecil London Act second gives a correct representation of the American Luna pier at South ampton and Act third is a scene in Chinatown Sun Francisco Tho dressiNevver1t pear at the npitalIheatre season of ItiOliK f You should see the bargains offered at C Kagin Bros Rem nant Sale dO i i HOW DOES HE KNOW ff1ho fashionable women in Now t York now wear socks and find them much cooler than stockings Women in the hills haul of Frank rlngfifutt tutt neighbor Dont tell of school on our fair coun ro try girls AGAIN WE HAVE FT There are rumors of a big thing in time way of constructing the line of electric railway from this city to Versailles and other points Wo have had so much hut air on this subject that we are inclined to be skeptical shunt the whole mat ter until we see autual work being done with pick and shovel Go to u = t Hot Weather SPECIALS TAILORED SUITSOnly u fow Summer Suits left hut in these yon make money 5001 lot of Suits in Linen Silk or Wool Just to clean up lot were 10 to 15 SKIRTS2001 Wool Skirts worth 400 to 600 Just to clean up broken assortment SOc Duck Skirts white with black ring or dot LAWNS 5c Small lot of Lawns worth lOc 8c Flowered Lawns worth lOc to 12c Do Colored Wash Voiles worth 15c to 25c lOc White Victoria Lawn 40 inches wide 15cSO inch Persian Lawn extra value W S FARMER JREV PETER VINEGAR DEAD Rev Alexander Campbell Peter Vinegar the noted colored preacher of Lexington died on Wednesday last from the effects of age and extreme heat He was altogether a unique character His most noted texts wereIt A Damned Hot Day which he interpreted to be tho judgment day Wheel In Do Middle Of A Wheel was Christ in the Christian religion Watch flat Snake to watch ones tem per Hell Aint A Mile From Lex ington moaning tho Lexington workhouse It is said he had bap tized over 8500 converts Ho was under engagements to hold pro trated meetings up to and date of his death in different partHI of the cOUlltlIIREUNION OF MORGANS MEN- The annual reunion of Morgans Men will be held at Parks Hill Camp Ground on Tuesday and Wednesday August 15th anti Kith The meeting this year will bo greatly saddened by tho death of a number of its host men notably Col W C P Breokinridge the silvertongued orator and pol ished gentlemen o A wheelmans tool bag isnt com photo without a bottle of Dr Thomas Eoleotric Oil Heals cuts bruises stings sprains Monarch over pain THEGEO BGETO WN FA BfIKSI Dont forgot that tho Georgetown Elks will have one of tneir unrivalled fairs horse shows and carnivals next week beginning Tuesday and continuing until Fri day These good follows know how to give a good fair and to make every ono that attends have a loud time Tf you dont believe it go up next week and see for youisolvos AUGUST SUGGESTION There is a growing interest among thinkers and progressive pooplu in such subjects as drugloss healing nature cure psyohick research practical overyday psychology autosuggestion willpower mem ory culture brain building anti allied subjects lhoso topics are discussed in the August issuo of Suggestion a journal of tho New Psychology for health happiness and success The principle articles discuss stability poise and deter mination in character building hygiene tho cause and cure of old age otc Suggestion Publishing Co 1020 Drexol Building Chicago Ill OH BUT IT WAS That game of base bull tho State Officials lord the and City Officials was great There was more circusesiho all was Kings Daughters helped out to the tune of A recordbreaking there to see the fun You should see bargains offered Kagin Bros nant Sale QUITE AN ARTIST Mr Will Phillips boo Chits Whitehead is quite complished amateur We have been permitted to quite a lot of beautiful he has taken both in this at other points His pates very favorably with sional artists APPOINTED T P Mr Price M Taylor of has been appointed senger Agent of the way with headquarters at Street St Louis Mo You cant keep down A boon to travelers Dr lers Extract of Wild Cures dysentery sickness nausea Pleasant Perfectly harmless All E FOR THE Judgo Win Lindsay by his wife and Mrs S1 came home Sunday night riIhave opened their fine on Wapping street cud will mol here for the remainder of The whole family are well and are being wnlml comed The only regret is coming is not to be a permanent Bargains at C Bros Remnant MAKE THEM MOVE Would it not be a good the Mayor to order a drop around on Ann street train time in the morning time professional beggary the sidewalk on the east that thoroughfare holding inspecting strangers just the city to get oil the street Ta OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER 6KENTUCKY W HIS K E It t J sE H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort 1VMa MENS SHIItTINGS 7icGood quality Cheviot dark or light colors worth lOc lOc and12cFine Madras Shirting in neat pretty patterns lOc White Striped Madras Lot Shirt Lengths in Madras or Cheviots 25c to 40c each TOWELS lOc each Good Huck Towel lOc each Good Bath Towel 25c pair Large size Huck Towel 85c to 50c Extra value in Linen Huck or Bath Towels RUGS lot small sizo Door Mats lOc 1 lot of Smyrna Rugs worth 800 to 850 only 260 it P LETTER LIST Following is alist of advertised letters for tho week ending July 22 1905 Angels Rosso Bailey John 2 Bailey Samuel Clark Mrs Chas Eldrldge Cecil Finie Miss Rosio Goodall Elsie Hess Ed Special Hicks Miss Mattio Hitchcock George- Hockorsmith Millo Jaison Miss Eva Johnson Thomas a- Long Mrs Caroline Lovelace S H Mallory E Metcalfo John Moregrass Mr and Mrs Wm Russell Miss Evelyn Thompson Mrs Carrie Wain R A Walls William D Willman Leonard Wooldridge Merritt Winfrey Prof M O Wolums Pies Persons calling for tho above let ters will please say advertised E MDRANEPM N C Kagin Bros Great Remnant Sale euDISTINGUISHED LAWYER DIES SUDDENLY While Judge John G Simrall of Louisvillo had been in poor health for some tine he was not though to be in immediate danger but suddenly collapsed on Tuesday evening and passed away at his country home near Anchorage His death was caused by heart trouble He was an able upright and brilliant lawyer and judge REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Deputy U S Marshal N r Mo Daniel has sold to Mr James Neth erton and Mr Saml W Watson two vacant lots on tho West Side near Like Park for the recited consideration of 240 and 440 respectively ALARM TUESDAY MORNING- An alarm from box J at 925 Tuesday normal called time de partment to a cottage on tho corner of Murray and Second streets where there was a small blaze in the roof Jt was quickly extin guished KENTUCKY TOBACCO GETS AWARD MADE AT ST LOUIS FAIR Kentucky tobacco took the highest premium at rho St Louts Worlds Fair and tho certificate of award has been sort to Secretary of State McChusney to bo tiled in till archives of the State roSIC- KENfNG SHIVERING FITS IljOf Ague and Malaria can be Moved anil cured with Electric Bit tots This is a pure tonic modi lino of esperial bonullt in malaria for it exerts a true curative influ onItto be preferred to Quinine none of this drugs bad after hnllIgII g S Munday of Henrietta writes It My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till ho took Electric Hitters which avod his lifeAt all druggists irico 50c iuaril- ntecdaIijrai li- CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outsidersymptoms DR G GREEN tJThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be- readily noted by anyone of average intelligence QThere is no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious disease that can be so 1 reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees aconsumptionfit is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings qwtthethe gitSUual weakening of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration QBut no matter how deepsoated your cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup ill surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless CJNew trial bottles 250 Regular 750 At all druggists s For sale by J W Gayle BUYS COMFORTABLE HOME Mr JusE Hanralmn purchased on Saturday through the real estate agency of Messrs L B Mar shall ICe the nice cottage homo of Mrs Jennie Lee Brown on way street He will move his ily in shortly conIGELS I1 N MOUTH Austin W fnil without known i4 i elitist attacked Alex Sanders on Tuesday anil smashed him in tit mouth with time butt of an ax Sevctend teeth succumbed to the tAoe ALL ABOUT CALIFORNIA 4 yItsInniitChicago Union Pacific it North inItooklltsaddress for 4 cents in stump W wHe DO IT TODAY hijnuctionNeveryou can do today is now gen nOittlmtIHWklllwith which you have been strug perhapstveeks ph0OVfHIcoughorundoubtedly relieve your cold and its coat in uetftuse for a few days will cure you doopIeffect a luruas it has done before hopolosscasetbottles Joe regular size 75c At all drutigsts lyr s t ftfyiF W TOFranWortRQinidaDOQi = =tinlerod at the iwstollloo tit Frankfort Ken t lucky clusantihtblenuntern OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 22 1905 i = KTXGS DAUGHTERS HO- PITAL DEDI CATION AND RECEPTION l Tho beautiful und attractive now Kings Daughters Hospital wn formally dedicated on Sunday afternoon in the presence of ji crowd notwithstanding tQthe hour Addresses wore delivered by Roy Dr J McC Hlayney and Admiral Chapman C Todd in which they paid deserved and glowing tribute to that nohlo bnml of Christian women who have labored so long f against untold difllculties to pro t vide this blessed and noble refng- for tho sick lull distressed i The Hoard of Directors as at r present constituted are Mrs Frank Gray Chairman Mrs j T Uuford Hendrick Miss Annie Jj Samuel Mrs Jennie Cardwoll Mrs J Albert Poser Mrs E C i Kiddl Mrs John G South Irs1 1GMcLean Mrs Gilbert W Mastin rs S 1 Shackleford Miss Eliza beth Popper Miss Margaret Road ing and Miss Christine Reynolds The building committee is com posed of the following Miss Annie L Samuel Mrs John Milam Mrs J Buford Hendrick Mrs William Cromwell sirs John H Stewart Miss Christine Reynolds and Mrs B E Taints Rov R L MeCroady of Louis vilie who has always been a friend and advocate of this work deliv t orod the invocation and also the dedicatory prayer I A touching and beautiful thing in connection with the nllair wasr ftho dedication of a bed in the Womens Ward in honor of MisH Annie Samuel who hits almost given her life as a forfeit to the work in which her heart was hoard up This bed was beautifully decorated with roses 1rho whole building was orna mented with palms forums and cu flowers and was a bower of lovoli ness It will be a lasting monu ment to the faithful band of ladies who have stood by it through sun It t 1shinolu1 stnrm 1hIho city and county ought at once their contributions to the Hospital as twothirds of the have heel charity patients 1OnMonday afternoon from 5 to i yoclock a general reception was hold and light rofrc slimcnts served to tilt crowds of peopla who visited and inspected the Hospital +TOOK STAIK EXAMINATION i Six young ladles pupils of Prof kY Mil ford White of the Normal De CI partment Stato ollogoI took State 111 Illmi otitys before the State Hoard of S47xamtees on Tuesday Tloy till rpassoI Thepo certificates entitle those holding thllI1 to teach in any r schools in the State without further examination NEW I M P RO V EM E N TS Mr Wm Weitel is having the plons and specifications made for a comfortable and attractive cottage to bo located on his lot on High street between Main and Rroud IwiltCapt Lewis H Finnoll will soon erect a neat cotta e residence on his lot adjoining Ii residence near t o corner of High street how Main and Rroalway Mr Alonzi Lewis has purchased a lot on North Wilkinson street and will erect n cozy home upon in tho near future itI Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion r summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT R BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and ioo all druggists r rli q fkdJ i 5iki Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat iscing it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring the three suffered from nervous prostration found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thingthatwas a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but never fully realized its signin 0once until Iliad used it a number of months misery of being addicted to such a habit I lesolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle Alter using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine Now however much per sons may it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it m dutyto give it for the benefit of the- sufferingiIA TTIE PHILLIPS Ire cott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first brit tle Dr Send for free hook en Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcs Ui Miles Medical Co Elkhart loci CHILDREN RE GIVEN OPT ING BY SALVATION ARMY August is thin day set apart by the local branch of the Salvation Army for their outing which will be given to noD of the poorest dill drew and their mother at Cove Spring taut Everything will be done to make the day one of real joy and pleasure to old and young alike and care will ho taken that everybody shall bo well supplied not only with a substantial dinner but hard ice cream cake and len onade Tho day will ho spent in enjoying social games and the big salvation meeting will be held at 250 p in Capt anti Mrs Sin its verytus first the army has over given in the city a rare success and again tip peal to all Frankfort citizens has been made to give their contribu tions to this cause Hoxos have been placed in some of the loading drug stores hanks tad saloons and Saturday July 22 and aJ the work ers will put time tripods on till Main street cornors Everybody ought to help the local workers liberally so as to make it a real success The purpose of the outing is to give the army workers a chance to come in touch with the people and To let a bettor hold on them En voy MUs IJowlin front KllllxiilliPenn has come to n and Mrs Smits in the work liNeI The Salvation Army comnHlIcillI this week will hold WiillIllTurk as he is generally called Augustnil COSItllnwFhaving a lots experience in the Army and has bens in jail forty gOS1pelon nrvs OUT RIG WHISKY FIRM Tho Geo T Stagg Co of this city through its President Mr Goo H Watson lias purchased tho business of Messrs Win H Lee Co in St Lonis Mo one of the biggest wholesale liquor houses in that city This house has been one of tho largest handlers of Kentucky whisky in the Missouri metropolis and have plays had a big busi ness Doubtless the now concern will have tho exclusive control of the CIwhislQNOTICE BLACKSMITHS AND DAIRYMEN Why not protect your lifo by using Killfly on stock For sale by P C Sower Co jz JiI 1 M SONS OF CONFEDERATE VET ERANS PICNIC The following is the list of pries to be awarded at the picnic to bo given by Fayette Hewitt Post Sots of Confederacy at Covo Spiing Park on Monday July 24 Ono handsome shaving set for the best oration on Southern Con federacy No less than three cu lies Given by till Frankfort Drug CompanyOne to the person catching it Given by Pruett Graham One pair of Douglas Shoes to best marksman liven by r Davis One bag of Kaga Twist Tobacco to host old soldier marksman three to five pm Given by Gayle Longmoor One handsome waste basket Running met for young ladies Given by Sam D Johnson Co Ono chocolate cako to pret tiest baby on ground Given by Gus La Font file One carving sot to host man horse shoe pitcher Given by Frank G Stagg One lino box of stationery to best looking lady under 85 Given by Guy Rarrett Two months telephone rent to regular subscriber Fat tutus yard dash Given by Frankfort Telephone Co Six months subscription free Ladies huso hall throwing contest Given by Kentucky State Journal One Louisville slugger hose ball bat to nest individual ball player either side Given by C E Collins One Monarch Shirt his choice Ions two hops and jump contest Given by Crutches Simpson Ono title umbrella or pocket book Young mons over IS running race Given by Ford Jacobs One bottle of Hudnuts toilet water Ladies giving tho greatest number of correct name of ten ox tracts Given by Elmer Co One picture album Given by W McKee Hardie One Reed rocking chair for best cake liven by Frankfurt Chair CoOne Yankee safety razor lor the best score made at tutu baby rack during the list If won by lady silver berry spoon Given by P C Sow or k Co One wagon load of coal to ugliest man Given by Frankfort Elevator Coal Co- There will bo reduced rates on all railroads The following merchants and business firms have contributed liberally to the Confederates for for tho burgoo and other necessities Howard Johnson R W Dehonoy Tofu Driscoll H S Wash James Gibbous Euler Bakery Dan Ken nedy Nevill Collins M R McKin ney Mrs Kate Buckley Coleman McKoevor Now Blue Front Sa loon Owon Moore Jay Robinson O N Smith Scottow Grocery Joe Nooimn S R Hawser Chas Saf fell grocery Rowen Hoary El wlngAl Geo B Salondor Jr W A Howard Fugimi Salohli Rakory John E Glenn George R Salondor Sr grodory Jonn E Miles agent for Rallards Flour Haelrigg Livery Stable Jailors Bras Livery Stable IDeWitts Early Risers The famous little pills KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR RANQTET the members of Protection jLoilgc No 1077 Knights and Ladies of Honor celebrated tho orgnnlzlItWednesday night Somo forty odd members were present Mr W R Chenowith made an address appropriate to tho oeca sion Miss Pearl Klass rendered several selections upon the piano and Mrs Chenowith sung a solo Iho affair was greatly onjoyod by all present REAL ESTATE TRANSFER R R Parsons has sold her IMrA homo located on Short to Hon JJF Johnson wallA P POI N TE 0 ST RNO O R A PHE R TO PANAMA COMMISSION Mr Paul Avis tho clover young lawyer and stenographer some time sluice took tho civil service examination for an appointment as stenographer to tho Panama Com mission A few days ago ho re ceived notice of his appointment and orders to report for duty The place pays lroo per annum with transportation Mr Avis is a clover old bright young man and his many friends intaway Mr Avis leaves about tho first of August for Now Orleans on route to Panama Dr Weavers Syrup FortflcB the blood Cerate olotmentt for the skin to jft Pleasnt to take r 1c rrTndel1erk Laxattvei1iSyrup NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Consfipationas they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and theirsalts are irritating to the intestinestkLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as 1 Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousuess Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nuot like it better thantany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND fiDe PER BOTTLEI t Tobacco Bellows BlowerltHoes Forks 1 Cradles and Fingers T Scythes and Snatches r t Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins l Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 11 y I FRANK G STAGG IC I Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading to a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors County appointees receive tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped compre pensive and modern The Legislature appropriated 00000 for a college homo for young women and 0000 for drill hall and gymnasium for mono Both buildings are completed and In use Military tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the College to mipply Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering Instruction In science and in arts The State Collego of Kentucky though bearing hitherto tho title of college is the only institution In the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work provldesfacilities Iconveniences Including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity- An opportunity Is thus afforded to young women of obtaining a II thorough education In classic modern language literature sclcncet economyNo jrtftltof omen at all comparable to those offered by the Stato College of- Kentucky l iJFor catalogues method of obtaining appointments information re ga cling courses of study and ZrJASor to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky IFall Term Begins September 14 1905 43tdj 4 I TRIAL OF CONDEMNATION SUP b- The jury in Judge Polsgroves Court appointed to assess the lung ages to the Sullivan hells by reason tofthe condemnation of tho Gayle drug store building for the now do tpotfor the L C N R R flxgd the i damages at 12600 The commis sion appointed to value tho prop erty fixed the same at 1 7H The property is assessed tor taxation at 4000 quite diilorcnoe The way the thing looks now will have no now depot82000 being too stoop just for the ground t find buildings the latter to bo ttoru away leaving out pf viol the of the now buildings Thats Frankfort enterprise e srEXCURSIONS AND INCUR SIONS Sunday was a red letter lily for excursions and incursions There were excursions over the Fl C By to Cincinnati over the IJ X to Louisvillo and the steamboat excursion to up river points Then there were incursions over the F 4 C Ry from Paris Georgetown etc and lots of people came ill f from Lexington and the low rates given by the 1Ilroall8I Altogether some six hundred puo pie loft hero und a very respectable number cattle in so the account was about squared NEW PAPER That veteran of the news frator nity Col Moso OConnor launched a new journal upon the news world f rlof this city on Monday morning is a well gotten up and voll s edited paper Its cognomen is the ii Frankfort Courier It will ho if issued every Monday It has some very spicy and salty articles polit j ical Of course as we 1110 Hot in that line we cnn only look on as i ftho flashing blades clash together local wag has given us this f query How long will it be hetule = COUllOlJOUI1ual Capt Hiram Williams had C Co 2d Regiment Kentucky Na r tional Guards out in the State Cap itol grounds Tuesday night for guard mount The Second Rogij inent linnd furnished the mUHhIA big crowd were ness the ceremonies If IlN E MILEsi I AGENTIDealer In High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky Bread Is the Staff of Life I am agent for tho silo of BALLAKDS OBELISKvFLOUR At this place to grocers r It is a winner ilwill be in shape to exchange Flour for Wheat after harvest 1 1with farmers at the f1r M K Flour Store Call and son mo and give mo your tradoi JNO E MILES Jnns 8tf uu Our Big Alteration and 1 MidSummer Sale And will last only 20 days Everything in our large stock of Dry Goods and Notions will be sold at great reduction Dont miss this opportunity to get real bargains CHAS J WEITZEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell PUBLIC SALE OF FARM AND PERSONAL IROPEHPYI ON WEDNESDAY t1 JJOTH IDOi at ton oclock the undersigned 1admioistrntor will soil at public on promises of W T Hall deceased near Millville Wood ford county Kentucky of McCniekons Mill pike nil th FA RM ING IM PiiEMENTS STOCK CROPS ETC consisting of three good work mules two Doering binders drills harrows buggy harness and carpenters tools spring wagon growing crop sonic old corn hud tobacco etc Also at the same time and place will bo sold to the highest and hos bidder the farm of the deceased goo1landThis land lies in ono hod at th intersection of lcUrucwils 11i1 pike and Watts Ferry pilaf A to be sold to wind up the estate o the deceased The personal property will be- sold lot cash The land will ho sold for ono third crash the balance in one two and three years in equal payments the deferred payments to be secured by lion notes six per cent interest with the privilogo of pitying cash S S YANTIS Administrator of W T Hall SAM NlTCKOrSIAuctioneer 2t DR R M COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 10ttm IDr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases EXTREMELY LOW RATES ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates info anInounoed via the Southern Ry fromJ Louisville for tho following special ouulisions000Ioilver Colorado Springs and Pueblo 1t11unll return July inclusive account In terrnatioiml Epworth Lejgne Con vention X101Denvel Colorado Springs and Puolho Cal and return An gust 1J and lit account Fraternal Order ot Eagles 2JJOO Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Au nust ii to September J inclusive Recount National Grand Army of the Republic returnIJiii1IliChnttUltHHw Tenn and lUlIvorsarv lullau OPoltlnnll Ore and return SeptuulfiJlxposito- n160PortinliI Ore and return going or returning via San Fran lluolltdutosSeptember account Low is and Clark Centennial Expositio- n6060San Francisco or Los An gobs Cal and return Augusts to 11 Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return fro quenr dates during July August and September Cheap Homeseekeis tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Tex as North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other puintslaly4thnu1 18th August 1st and litth September otli and Hth Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information fold ors schedules etc address A12MloulthC II Hungerford 211 Fourth A KyGG P A St Louis Mo- W H Tayloe G P A Washing ton D C ji k Iqw THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pniiiiio JOUSt or 1uget Sound coon rntpgItoyou should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see IncludingJJanflblot Rockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion Cify Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount unrtits great dead sea the mines ling mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush 1hos over copied and to see and all by the most comfortable itfMonon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his olllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject old all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Ling dis tance telephone talks nuns l1I you Both phones 1181 Address E H liacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Kv e a 1t AS O a1dBears Slgnattue of J RAILROAD RATES FOR FAIR The Kentucky State Fit ha been advertised throughout Am erica already As soon as it published than Lexington the liome of tho tinost horses and best bred cattle was chosen as the place for holding the fair thIs year American everywhere began to plan to take advantage of tho expected rates and visit the most lHautlIsection of the State 1ow there evidences that tin people preparing to attend fair hot letters Have bet n rociv by citizens of Lexington request ing thom to use their influence with the railaoad companies to get low rates to Lexington at Ihatttime CALL FROM FLORIDA Dr R L Willis of lexingnon received tie following letter from a lifelong friend of his at Mclntosh Fla which was dated June 2f th and the totter urges him to use his inlliience with the board ot Directors of the State Fair to low rates to Lexington the rnll1IIIHII As Lexington is to have a lair presume the main otlknrs will be thete nod you will know them write to please see theta and gut tliolll to apply for a very low Tutu from all points in the south say from the 10th of September to bo good until October lothIFsomething 1iko that would like to take it in and thorn stun nllllllHI- of others here some six or seven that know of that will attend if1 the rates are low enough Jlhero was a low rate made fur tin Confed orate Reunion i suggest the time as I know of one man at least that wants to buy a lIar load oi stud sumo good horses and sumo cattle Tell your fairJlossiblYI to get a low rate If besides this getting visitors it will result in the sale of stool Some of our people ate getting rich on phosphate and turpentine and they want some good horses NICHOLAS COUNTY IN LINE As an indication of tho interest that is being taken in the fair throughout the State Judge N H MoNew editor oi the Carlisle Dem ocrat of Nicholas county was in Lexington last week and he is authority for thu statement that Ken tuukians in Nicholas and the ad joining counties are enthusiastic about thu prospect of tho fair He stated that they would trot only attend the fair but would send their stock and farm products to this city for exhibition Reports from other counties throughout the State greatly encourage Secretary Rain in his work and he has become more confident than over that the fair will be in the biggest tiling of the kind every held in Kentucky 1 OLD POINT COMFORT AND SEA8HOHEIC O Route Friday July 14 H0 12 from Lexington Winches ter Mr Sterling Morehead Trains Pave Lexington 1120 a m curl S45 p m The famous Virginia Springs Historic City of Richmond delight fun Old Point Comfort hurl Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Ports mouth Virginia Reach on the broad Atlantic are among the attractive features together with side trip excursions at low rates from Old Point fa1110llsBluuthe canyons of Sow River along 1side the picturesque Greenbrier through tho Allcghanies HidgtIotlntaln ValleysSurf Fish ing can be enjoyed at Old Point glnntIpoints of interest on the IC RailwayExcursionists may teturn either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Tickets will be good roturnh g Sleepingyour arout for full particulars or write LexingtonManagerWinPoss Agt LonissIFan Agt SALE e tdI TIlt D1 Hockensmith farm of 120 acres The land lies between the Peaks Mill and Owen Pike joining tho farms of Dr Morris Mr SullivanIuprovente11ts tenant house tobacco barn stable cOlnIformation call up Mrs Geo M Riock Forks of Elkhorn OUI Phone 440D e 4r2t ENGAGE S LE E PE R R E RTHS Parties desiiing sleeping car space on the C 0 excursion to Alrantic City on August UI should make reservations now as sleepers tlltdIBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from Umu in to Op in except 11 a in and S p in Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 to JO p in ex 111IGeorge in to 111 p m except 11ii in S and 110 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour front 0 a to 10 pIll except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 0 p in Car 11 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington fjr Georgetown at 850 p in Loaves Georgetown at 10a in Leaves nlmfor excursions for supper tied theatreparties and for school business and funnily tickets can be had on application at the com pans olltee 10111est Maui streetE Fholli 010 Homo Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf f The JEM Milling Co Manufacturers of J E M I FLOUR i Why try the rest Buy the best fiats J E JL The Hour that makes the Ibread that make the man OF INTEREST 10 TRAV ELERrf For the lUof passenger desiring to take advantage of low 8uudn excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc toper Both inclusive IXo at Louisville until 000 No 0 at Lexington until 480 p 14 at Burgin until 410 tnlI interested will please bo governed accordingly tf IL u TIME TJLItLK UGTH IiMi rr ton 8 tr Louisville llt0 80C NORTH I1o12 IIyStltlbrvi11e o a Lv IOCOSbeiDpvllie Frankfort 101S 710 A Lexington 81011161 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat SEASHORE EXCURSIONS 8i Atlantic tfity N J F c and H 1lOthF C anti Pennsylvania Linos August 17th Fare round trip 15 Final limit 12 days FRANKFOKT CINCINNATI j t tRAILWAY CO SPECIALS r tfAF C and li O S W Fare round trip 1tiHO Final limit 12tdays td A GRLM TRAGEDY Is daily enacted in thousands of homes as death claims in each one another victim of consumption for pneumonia Rut when Coughs Colds into properly treated the tragedy is averted G Huntley of Oklaudou Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally shay took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she in well and strong It kills the germs of all diseases One lose re Guaranteed at 50c and 100fby all druggists J i I IL Main Sty Both Now is the time building BARNS f We carry a complete stock of V Crimp and Corrugated STBBL ROOFINGRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge RollryGalvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap hRoyal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are Hingeslli 307309 Phones for t v l DEATHS GAINES In this city on Sunday Carlton Garrard infant chill of Mr Carlton Gaines t STEDMANAt the Forks of Elk ts- l horn on Saturday Mr Grit Sted man aged 45 years Mr Stedman was an industrious and upright man He leas the Ins child out of twelve in the familyI of the late Mr Ebon Stedman He fhis survived by his mother 1trs H 1 who is 83 years of age ROGERSAt his home in this county on Thursday night Mr Albert Rogers aged B5 years He leaves a wife and three daughters He was a Christian gentleman Wo will have further notice next Week rC Kagin Bros I Great Remnant Sale Aift BIRTHSt THOMPSON In this city on Monday to Mr Curtis Thompson CR F D No 8 a daughter Weight 10 pound- sGARRETTIn this city on Sun GarIrettCLEVELAND In this olty to Mr Carroll Cleveland and wife a daughter OALl3ltaITHIn this city to Mr John Galbraith and wife l jtwinsa boy and a girl In this city to Mr Thos Casey and wifea boITen thousand demons gnawing away at ones vitals couldnt be rt much worse than the tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure tDonnf Ointment never falls r CARLISLE EXCURSION fhe10was nn excursion from the F little city of Carlisle numbering 1about 200 persons which came here 4 on Thursday over the L N R R to see the sights of the capital city and witness the game of baseball between the Frankfort and r Carlisle Clubs And alas alas they saw the scalps of the Frank fort crowd hanging at the belts of the Carlisle boys just before they p left for home- CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by r proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning i is made German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and night sweat Rest doeri and be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are thoso that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 7oc At all drug gists yr Li- r i nr L t F C SOWER 8c CO HARR lED MOOREMoERLOY Miss Jose phino McElroy and Mr Lucas Moore of Jeflorson county wore married at the residence of W J Kinsella 781 Third street Louis yule Wednesday afternoon Mr Moore was Commissioner of Agri culture under Gov Bradley The ceremony was performed by the Rev J C Hoskins pastor of the Highland Christian Church Mr and Mrs Mooro will live at Pleasure Ridge Par- 1TTNCHERLIMANrn this county on Thursday Mr Willie E Tincher and Miss Nannie J Ly man were mmarri- eIWILLISSPIVERSIn Georgetown oh Tuesday Mr William Willis of this city and Miss Price Stivers of Louisville were mar riedI3RYANALLISONTn Louis ville Juno 18 Mr Ed F Bryan and Miss Annie ft Allison were marriedThe marriage has been kept secret until now Mr Bryan is a buyer for the American Tobacco Co His bride is the daughter of Mr W N Allison of Shelby count and is an attractive girl They will go to housekeeping soon in their home on High View O Kagin Bros Great Remnant Sale EFFORT TO COMPROMISE TROUBLE An agent of time Traction Co from another city who is largely inter ested in the company was hero in time city for a day or two endeavor ing to arrange a compromise be tween that company and the Board of Education so that the shoot car tracks will not have to be moved on Second street As we under stand the plan it is simply that such limbs of the trees in front of the city schools shall be removed las are necessary in order to permit donoIings when the school is not in session and the 1i action Co to place a guard rail along the track from the corner of Second and Conway to the corner of Taylor Avenue so as to prevent accidents to school childrenAs as a meeting of the Board of Education can be hold the proposition will be submitted to that hody TWAS EVER THUS The Frankfort Base Ball Club wont down in defeat before the little Carlisle boys on Thursday by a score of J to 4 T was over thus from childhoods hour wo saw our fondest hopes decamp Scat A SMOOTH ARTICLE When you find it necessary to use palvo use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest for Sores Burns Bolls l czemaIBlind Bleeding Itching truding Piles Got the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Sold by J W Gayle i 7 itt M JI iI Y M C A EXCURSION The excursion up time river on the steamer Warren on Thursday night was very liberally patronized a big crowd going It was run under the auspices of the Y M C A But for the fact of the threatening weather about the hour for starting the boat would have boon uncomfortably crowded As it was there wore just about as many on board as made the excursion an ideal one The boat did not return until quite a late hour BUYS NEW HOME Mrs Margaret Schlosser who re cently sold her home on Murray street has purchased a neat cot tage homo in Thorn Hill from Mrs Watson It is a cozy place and cost 1GOO genuineLaxative the remedy that rnrpn n cold In one day SeashoreOuting Atlantic City Via the Scenic cotROUTE Chesapeake S Ohio R- yThursday August 3 05 Throughi WashingtonBaltimore Philadelphia With Stopover Returning Pri vilegeI 1400 Lexington Mt Sterling and Morehead Good Returning Until August 14 Through InclusiveIEngage Sleeping Car Space Now Enquire of your agent for full par 1881AWashington n 0 G W Barney Dist Pass A gt Lexington Ky fKentucky IIieJ v1ruu rlr giniana A New Pattern In Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks In gray finishyThis pattern is extremely reasonable In price And we are now readyiITo show a full line t In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this assortment M ASelbert j lJiCommencing Monday Juno nth 1005 the morning train on the F 0 Ry will leave Frankfort at 620 a m instead of 5no as heretofore und will leave Georgetown at 712 a mrphis train will arrho conuootIlInysvilleCvnthlana nati The westbound morning train on F C will leave Paris at 8HO arriving at Georgetown at 005 a m connecting with local southbound train on the Q C arrive Frankfort at 1120 a m land C W HAY tf Gonl Passenger Agent l r WeaverB Treatment Sjrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptiG i y yL ri E1aiiIivii 1uiiI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS csending a sketch and 1i quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an 1 Is probably mmunica tions Htrictly confidential Patent sent froe Oldest a for Mcurinjr Patents taken through Mimn tt ntaJtpaial notice without charge ia tho Scientific flmericait 11rA handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr Jt cu ation of sclontlUo Journal Terms Tfourmontb5fL Sold by all newsdealers New York Drench Offlco V Bt Washington DO Fino Head Lettuce telephono tftNo IfiO 88tf FARMER DANGEROUSLYILI HURT ftlr William Moore of the Benson IPreoinct was badly hurt on Wed nesday by being run over by a mower It sootns that Mr Moore ii Imd started in to cut some hay when the hues became caught in a cog wheel Mr Moor jumped to tho ground in an attempt to stop the horses front turning in a circle and was run over by the machine and badly hurt Mr Moore is a batohelor and his sister keeps house for him His injuries which are mostly internal are regarded as sorious Surgical attention was at once renderedLATERMr Jones lied from his injuries CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignatureI of NEW COMEDY OPERA 41Tho Girl and The Hiuulit Mag nificently Costumed and Gor t geously Staged perfonnIftlwu s jingly the principals and t work untiringly and the pictures shown are pleasing to the eye Viola Gillette who will bo re membered as having boon the Prince Charming in The Sleeping and the Boast hUH the4Beauty rolo of Violotta She is a woman and equally at tractive when she appears in the 11UZZIl uniform in the second nut toGso Aboard for Dreamland and Trou badourthit of the performance is made by Mabol Hite as Quorossa the bandits laughter The port is aptly tunned and nil that Miss Hitu does is quCr and grotesque to the extreme From bet first apiuwr aloo hot every motion was a signal for laughter Her snot and dance with Joseph Miron about the Ooh manystimes Henry Jiorgman as Ant gollo endeavors to give his char acterization atmosphere by intro clueing an accent but the advisa bility of adopting such a course is questionable when no ono else makes a similar effort George JD1nnVariane as the count displays a voice his first effort a drinking Kong being one of tho gems of tho performance Walter Jones as Clancy has no great op portunity but having so clever a partner an Miss Hito ho accom considerable Alice Dovoy is a dainty little Cherry Clancy pleasingly Joseph Miron fIgives ono of his familiar bandit JJOrtrn als Noll McNeil creates some merriment as a bandit 101110 Girl and The Bandit is among the many notable bookings L at Canital Theatre this season r1 NOTICE TOBACCO GROWERS iA C Sower Co have just Tceivod a full line of Tobacco Billows nt2 ifs lilll was aultutcd A nil was much dobilitntocl Heoplo said lie had consumption That was everyones presumption Whon ho learned what was the matter Bill made all tho dootors scatter Now ho is ills own advisor Swuars by LITTLE EARLY t IU8ERS Sp Ds JOHNSON CO t OnjGreat July Clearance Sale Now NOTIONS IeFor paper of Hall Pins isFor card of Hooks and Eyes 2eFor roll of Tape 2eIor paper Pins doFor Feather Stitch Braid 4eFor card of Safety Pins 4eFor cake of good Toilet Soap lieFor Embroidered Turnovers bOcFor Good Dress Shields DOMESTICS 4eFor best Calico fieFor yard wide Bleached Cotton IeFor yard wide Brown Cotton fieFor yard wide Brown Cotton fieFor Apron Ginghams 7 l2c For Dress Ginghams worth lOc 10eFor Dress Ginghams worth 12 l2c and loc 7 l2c For Lawn Ginghams worth tOe and 12 12c lOeFor Lawn Ginghams worth lf c and ISc fcThis Space Belongs to F T HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper Panits Oils Efc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed aaHm Value JOHN DRISGOLL Quality The Leading Grocer Tho Pioneer healer in High Grade Kentucky HandMaclo Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky K do Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure Rpard at the Lab oratory of EODWiU Chicago OBA Dloemtm What You Eat Maks tho Breath 9w 9t- Am m AMM the Ie For sale by J W A yvrr 3iv IHOSIERYfieFor Ladies Vests worth SeJSeFor Ladles Vests worth 12 l2c 7 12eFor Linen Towels worth lOc lOcFor Linen Towels worth 12 12c b DRESS GOODtl ETC 1ScFor Dre Goods vortlt 25e 27 l2c For Dress Goods worth 50c 50eFor Dress Goods worth 75c 35cFor Silks worth 50c 40eFor Silks worth f OeForSIIIs worth 75c 7 12eFor Penangs worth 12 l2c lOcFor Cheviots worth 12 l2c 7 12cFor Cotton Voiles worth loc I Sweeping reduction in every department Millinery will be closed out regardless of cost Dyspepsia Cure Dollahottteholde1 times a much a vll or Clllt Gayle I Feet Made Easy If ovoryone wont hart fnet there would lie no need ofu remedy for tired aching swol len and blistered foot hut as the usage of society makes the wearing of shoes a necessity the next best thing is to use a pre paration that will keep your feet cool healthy and comfort able during hot weather Such a preparation isIGayles Antiseptic Foot Powder It is a specific for nIl foot troubles arising from excessive perspiration chafing etc It prevents friction cures any di sensed condition of the skin promotes the growth ofnew cuticle and keeps your feet healthy and comfortable Cannot possibly harm must do good or we return your money Price loc iNW1 GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfurt Ky INDIGESTION CJTREn There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach that will not yield to the digestive Loud stnngthMiing influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain oil the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quiuk and permanent relief from 1ndigcstfoii and aH stomach troubles builds up the system and so parities that disease eon not attack anti gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition Sold by J Gayle e DrR P Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician Ollieeat Mrs T P Browns 4J7 Main Street Will he in olliee TUESDAY DAY and SATURDAY TtWRSal DO YOU WANT STRENGTH If you want to increase your storngth you must add to nud not otheriappro priated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelled from tho intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strl1ngthluant to tho taste and palatable and tho only combination of digostants that will digest tho food and enable the system to appropriate all of its qualitiosOASTOnXABears Olgnatare of 1iL A lht rat iN DAYS OF DIZZINESS fortiCone to Hundreds of Frnnl People lf J ii 1Sptlls t backache painsOften 1 All tell you plainly the kidneys are sick s Moans Kidney Pills cure all kid 4ney ills Hero is proof in IlnllkfoltHL G Choato proprietor of thoPFrankfort Planing Mill residing at i4i5St Clair St says In F4 constant misery during the day andlrestless and sleepless at night from tthe dull aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys expresses my condition for some lllHS I also suffered a groat deal from headaches and spells of dizzi ness and often when arose I was almost blind for a time There was a difficulty with the kidney score ttions which very frequently were very annoying and distressing I JobtalninRoans Kidney Pills were so persistently f recommended to mo by a Gaylesdrugfools better lion stronger I can rest bettor at night and tuo trouble with tho kidney secretions was much relieved As tho result of Doans Kidney Pills my condition is so much improved that I feel like a now man For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co But alo N Y sole agents for the Inited States- Helnontber tho name Doans and take no other f t SPOILED HER BEAUTY t i Harriet Howard of Now York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes II I had Snit Rheum or Koema for years but nothing would unto itf4Salve1for ruts burns and sorts rJoc at Ill druggists IfranKfOfroiinnau BU The Midland Route Local Tune Table In Effect June 5th 1905 1F7 NoliIDAILY EXCKPT No89 M I Lv D Frankfort Ar i 2t 28 Summit a 6 Elkhorn II 06 4i Switzor 658 Stamping Ground J 4141I1J Georgetown 29 j C S j a j Nowtown 0 j Cfiuervllle 59 11 Elizabethi 5 Paris Tunctn Art Part f Lv 8 Connects nt Georgetown Union Depot with Q tl nt Paris Union Depot with Kentucky rIConn nt Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT VIA ClNCISNATItP MIA MI Lv Frankfort Ar 20 23j 4ILv Georgetown Art 6 6 CJiHMinmti BETWEEN FRA CINCINNATIYIA AMP Ml P Dh 200Iv Frnnkfori Ar7j715 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 WI Lv Parts Ar 83 Ar Cincinnati Lv 3 KENTUOK CENTRAL It R POINTS Frankfort 25A 730P t tAlllH04A025P 200PIt12II Purls 830A542P Winchester L 709A245P Mtiysville LI 545A 115P Cyiithinnn 502P 720Pll254P A Richmond L 20A 55P OOP10 A Cincinnati L 255P DEO B HARPER C W HAY Pros and Gent Sum G P A V S MR FOORHAtt IS CHIEF TAN PAYER R R Perry In an article in tho Winchester SunSentinel discus Bine Kentuckys tax system says Mr Poorman is a citien of Winchester Iyor for illustratioi he could he a cition ofanyothe city in Kentucky Mr Poorman is a plan of fate fly he has a little home on whicl he paid and borrowed on aI mortgage 500 to make tho last payment If his homo is assessed nt Its value under the law it is 1000 The moneylender musUchargt Mr Poormaii Uterus sufficient to pay tho assessment the 500 loaned so that Mr Poor man Is paying on 11500 when hit property is no more thai 1000 Poorman pays his taxes nil right but what per cent is los 1by our unwise if not vicious 8 tem of assessment and taxation The county assessor is elected bj the and is allowed a sun that if continued for the whole yea in proportion to the time regale to do the would make him a rich man at the end of Iris term of four years Mr Poorman is required to list with the assessor all of his property duct give and swear to othoi facts How many children of sohool ago etc Later a hoard ol supervisors is appointed They arc to be mon of judgment and acquainted with values They are paid for th il serviceis They go over the assessors list and arc to correct any odors that 1Vhorfto the Capitol where a of Supervisors takes it up These i gentlemen are paid live dollars pOI day expenses including a clerk to do the work They sit for a hundred days and have a good time They pass on tin assessment of Clark county whore Mr Poorman lives and can at their option raise the assessment of the county as a whole though not one of thorn may know anything about the value of property in Clark county After this has completed their labors the list goon into the hands t of the shoriir and Mr Poorman can go and pay his county and State taxes The Shorill gets ton per cent on the first five thousand dol tars paid in and four per cent for the remainder s Next conies the City Assessor He is elected by the council and paid about in the same proportion as the County Assessor Mr Poor man is required to go through the same proceedings as with the County Assessor giving in the same property and swearing to tho same 1r The City Council Appoints a board of city supervisors They do exactly the same that the county board has done going over the same property in so far as the enunt is in tho city isfreported to the council and they are paid for their services The city clerk is ordered to copy the lists into a book for which he is paid The hook then goes into the hands of the city collector who gets the same per cent as the sher ilT Then Mr Poorman can go to the collectors olHce and pay his taxesLater the Hoard of Education meets and appoints a school censiis taker He seeks Mr Pooiiiian to find out how many children ho hits between tho ages of six and twenty It A thiuu that he has given and sworn to twice before if the otlicers have complied with tho law We have written this at the tot quest of a number of taxpayers It embodies in substance the remarks that we made at the park J h 4th There are many other things that could be UI along the same line but this is enough to make every taxpayer think who wants to think H R PERRY o stii ftlABears the I Signature of A1hh THE HKRALI SQUARE OPERA CO The lovers of good Metal whole I sume comic opera will note with pleasure the announcement that the great Square Opera Co which has toured the larger cities of the East for the past seven years will play an engagement of three nights at Capital Theatre early September a InI Y M I DELEGATES II Lambert Young Council Y r 1 elected Mr John Lutkemeicr delegate and Mr John R Sower alternate at their session Monday night to the Grand Council Y M I which Is to meet at Newport Ky August 21st Mr D J McNamara who olleI of the Board of Directors will attend the meotlngIa TRIED FOR LUNACY Mr Win Hall of Bridgeport was tried in Judge Polsgroves court on Wednesday on u writ do lunat ico inquirundo and ordered sent to the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum at Lexington f 111 yi- a 1 jor JiorP 1 rb dl MAYOR POWELLS LABOR DA YI PROCLAMATION All hail Sovereign Queen of Labor Day Thy mesmeric mandate our delight it is to obey Therefore with sweet acclaim I do proclaim Monday September 4 1505 a lay doIbnbe11Imusic of Yankee Doodle and Dixie Unchecked be the poetry of motion a to those who enjoy such delightful whirligigs Hear booming bomb shlls of burning eloquence burst swallowor11In fleotIfootodnose Let whole carloads of innox cent frolic and fun be dealt out to everybody Not Poruna or Rocky Mountain Ten or nIl the celery compounds ltd swift specifics mingled with a suit of soulstirring and stomach soothing syrups can bring into you such a thrill of joy as the rejuvenating recollection of this colossal celebration Glory Hallelujah Rush to Honler Stud got a glimpse of Heavnii La bor laughs loudest in a laud of liberty Those who toil host know how sweet it is to rest When the starry splendor of the night grows dim and the glorious sun of another day shall summon you to work and duty may you go forth refreshed and live a thousand years of happi ness and success In of those poetical fictions and patriotic truths I do hereunto subscribe my ollicial sig nature this IKth day of July 110fJ H POWELL Mayor of the City of Henderson K- yro Dr Weavers Treatment It Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions MO 00 NORTHERN MICHIGAN AND RETURN riio Popular Annual Outing to Mackinac Petoskey Buy View and Charlevoix The Motion Route announces a petition of its custom to soil yearly tickets to the delightful re llOninIfrom Louisville than is the fare from Chicago The route is by Wry of Chicago SUIperbnckets for the celebrated Motion Routes Chicago Express and the ogular sailing of S S Manitou will be sold from Louisville Mon lay August 15th good for return mssago any tine to and including fifteen days after date of sale at 1000 to 1lnolllac Petoskey Vluw etc and return jxtra Berths on sleeper and steamer Particulars will be mailed by ad irosslng E H Bacon D P A tenon Route foui- svilieANNUAL OUTING IOnce and only once 10 TO lackinac Petoskey Bay ViewCharlevoix AND RETURNVIA lotion Route and Steamer Manitou Mon day Aug 15 15 Days Returning Address E H BACON D P A Ky ILouisville IN DEMAND IOUEAIIJY in demand than a meets modern re quirements for a blood ling system cleanser as Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At all druggists JJ5o guaranteed r I St U c THE COUNTRY CLUB OPEN ITS ROUNDS Tho following letter from Snore Thos H Stagg explains itself The location of tho Club is at tin old fair groundsFrankfort Ky July 17 005 grotllHlsIMcCampboll of French Lick Ind thoroughly equipped Instructor who will bo in daily at the grounds to give instructions ruin direct the play and cuddles without charge as ho is employed under the direction of the club Enclosed find plan of the links Also initial copy of the rules and regulations of tho club together with committee members Quarterly duos payable on July in advance Please same to Secretary Those members who have not re mitted for their membership will please qualify at once and certifi onto of stock will bo issued on re ceiptTho clubhouse exterior is nearly completed and tho inside decoration will be begun at once The grounds are now ready and we commend them to tho uso of members of tho club IHE COUNTRY CLUB T H STAGG Secretary IF IT WERE ONLY TRUE It has bon rumored that the Capital and Electric Light Co con templates such an enlargement of its plant as to permit the lighting dwellings HcM and to turnish power for com t1lIC ia purposes Wo hope this may prove title as failure of this company to do long ago has born the fruitful ice of kicks anil complaints from our bu iiuss people chug citi zoos generally It is time that Frankfort had especially electric power to run her mechanical plants in order to com pete with other cities enjoying such benefits vATTENTION FARMERS Wo want to buy your wheat for which wo rs ill pay the highest cash market price Sew us bofoe selling HOGE COAL FEED CO- Frankfort Ky Phones No 7 1m IN IT HV lllM 1 ITho Kind You Have Always Bought noel which has been Iin uso for over 30 years has borne the signature of hiHpcrIsona1All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Fool regulates the r Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleepIThe Childrens PanaceaTlte Mothers Friend CENU8NE CASTORIA ALWAYSI rf Dears the Signature of Boughtj f I 1 iL m f THREE GOOD AND JUST REASONS There are three mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First it is absolutely harm less second it tastes good chil dren love It third it ennui Croup Coughs and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail by J W Gayle Dr Cadys ConUItfon POWders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ar vermifuge They are not food I rmedicine and the best in use to it horse in prime condition Price3dcents per package by J VV Gayle and LeConipte Gayle t CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold IDoyou want to live in a region where resources are more than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can r grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity awaittryour t The iNorthWesternis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track between Chicago and the Missouri River low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line ISpecialthe summer to various Pacific Coast points and low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep 1tember and October which give unusual chance for settlers the trip at a minimum of expenseJDaily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to FrancIsco Los and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL THIS COUPON AND MAIL TODAY Syrups reasons For sale the the San W B KNISKERN P T M NW Ry Chicago III address California booklets maps and full Please mall free to my particulars concerning rates and train service