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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t r 1 l a 1 fJI 10 fl4 a xNyr if j Jt r- 7A Vf i iI f I ri f SRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT sALEWIS Iuhlslieiy v A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TOLOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance r ri RotJi4Vflt 4 FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1905 NO1 4r o ifI9if j fi i W i 1 Ii i J IVI CcLURES J I JI tAfr t iA I sI Clearance Salel 7 t4t rat r After an unusually good summer season we find ourselves y with quite a few goods which we do not wish to carry over to next season We are today cutting the prices on these r Jt quicklyThet Itu Clothing 1 i 15 Summer Suits SID Into the sale go allof our mans fancy two 1 J tece and quite a number of tbre piece Suits in light colors all of this seasons makeall l handmade bur regular 15 Suits now at 10 9 20 Summer Suits 15 4 J This lot includes all our finest light color j bf threepieceSuitspatterns ip until next season Most of these are the 20IWtxa P young mens zeB ti 2 10 and 12 il Goats and Pants 50IV IAU our mens and young mens summer weight Coats and Pants worth 10 and 12 are chargedfStraw Hats At Price Any Straw Hat in our store that sold for price1I at two fpr 25c a Underwear Rdriiie and Linen Mesh Underwear worth 6 a Suit 8 in this sale 2 Manhattan Shirts 169Icy t q This lot includes only colored patterns and withouffs attached r EXCURSIONIST ACCIDENT s ALLY SHOT j While a big party from f4 Greensburg Ind vas coming down the river on the Falls City ton Wednesday evening Miss Lucy HAzel hu was standing near tho guard rail When n gun was die charged from the shore just bolovy r XyiUUU and the ball locked in her loft wrist The young lady was brought here and Dr C A Fish ross d the went on home with the party vIt was evidently an accidental therewoouldelectr eati1ie ttoo I f Half Oxfords Meus 5 and 6 Oxfords 850 Oxfordskid black kid and a few patent leathers All BoydenMens 250 All of the Regent Oxfords and two lots of Regent tan shoes reduced to 250 Tan calf and kid and black wax calf and kid and patent leathersI Boys Oxfords reduced8 grade now 224 r 250 grade now 189 2 grade now 164 WomensLOxfOrds Thefinestandkidseasons styles and worth regulalry 5 now 849 300 Womens Cxfords 224 Nearly all of these are tans sailor and Gib ofpatentall sizes Any womans 250 Tan Oxford in our store now for 194 200 Womens Oxfords 150 Nearly all of our womens 2 Oxfords are in the lot reduced to 150 Not all sizes in any one lot but your size in some one of the styles Varions small lots not mentioned at veryattractive prices ri RK McCLURE SON 212214 S Clair Street Frankfort Ky excursion wfundJ3ho orTHANKS Wo have bden placed under obli gations to Mrs Millard F Semones applesforr thanks Her cjevor and accommo dating husband told us several days before that she would send us the apples so soon as they veto fully ripe They worjo delicious and afforded a feast for all tho office force riL1 genuineLaxativeibe nwedy that ewrew ta e4s 47 f WHAT CRIMES ARE TRATED IN THY NAME It is wonderful the number of things and the wonderful and mica a ulous things which are done and said by IrIIIt Is Said What a figment of the editorial brain he must he considering no ono has boon able to locate him o IAHUSTLER Mr J T Spencer the traveling coal evangelist sold to Mr W JI Roberts 25 cars of Beatfcyvillqa boat block coal on Saturday to be shipped this mouth Mr Spencer is a hustler and is covering big territory JUt now iit qo11 Wt a Jr diVJ f 1 f fll r PARIS GREENS DEADLY WORK On Tuesday last two little chil ntDuvallRailway died suddenly from haw uponIto kill tobnooo worms Another child a boy also ate of the need but did not got enough of the drug to cause its death although made sick The afflicted family have the sympathy pf relatives her- eLATERThe boy died after lin1 goring two days- COLLECTIONS OF REVENUE TAXES IN JULYI Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts uollected internal revenue folilowsIons amount of taxes 6978620 This is the smallest amount collected for many months July however is generally a dull month in revenue circles DOCKET OF CIRCUIT COURT MADE UP Circuit Clerk den Marshall has Septembertwins 1722 cases including a largo number of continued cases The appearance docket is about the usual size- TAKE KODOL AFTER EATING ofIpreventIand a dyupeptand JWe rDEMOCRATIC CITY PRIMARY The Democratic Committee met on Tuesday afternoon and called a primary for tho nomination of can Ididates for the various oity officers to be held on Tuesday September 26th The political pot has been sim mering for sumo time but it will begin to boil furiously from noon w STATE BOARD OF ELECTION On Monday COMMISSIONERS last the Governor a pI pointed the two members of tho Stute Board of Election Commis bylawA Rollins Burnam of Madison county is the Republican member and Mr Chas R McDowell a prominent young lawyer of Dun jville is the Democratic in umber of tho board Mr J Morgan China Clerk of tho Court of Appeals exofficio the President of tl board BELT WOODS NARROW E CAPEIWhile riding along the Georgetown pike on Tuesday Mr Belt Wood son of Mr Jos B Wood hEIs d throw him over life head to th pike Mr Woods nose head and taco were pretty badly out und bruised Dr C K Wallace was summoned and dressed the wounds taking a number of stitches in ti scalp to close it up Mr Wood doing nicely now It was a nar row escape from instant death I BIG COOPER SHOP ASSIGNS The big cooperage works of Hun Bros at Richmond have made a assignment Their liabilities a about 800000 with assets of about 4200000 Iliis was tho largest concern of the kind in Kentucky HUNDREDS O- FRemnants OF Dress Goods White rnGoods Embroid sties Laces Percales 3 Cottons Calicoes etc At Great Reductions C KAOINI 1 BROI AT BRIDGE It yOFFICERS OF BUSINESS MENS CLUB At tho last meeting of the Busi ness Mens Club the following officers were elected to serve tho ensuing year lr President Geo B Harper HammondstoSecretaryJohn H Cassell Treasurer Geo L Payne raSHogeIJ Weitzel Oscar C Kenney WON COUNTY SCHOLARSHIPS IAt the recent examination held for County Scholarships at tne eState College Miss Nora Marshall the bright and handsome daughter of Circuit Clerk Bon Marshall and Mr Robert S Hatf the promising son of Mr Frank S Huff won the ttwo prizes Wooongratulateouryoungfriends upon their success which means so much to both of them We know they will not lot Franklin countys gtheroeNo such thing as summer nom nplaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every ness of the bowels Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saceeief al trwtaen for blood and ekindlseewek 49czo j PER5NAL Hon Harvey Myers of Coving ton was here Tuesday Air R W Aliller of Richmond was In tho city Tuesday Judge J P Hobson loft Tuesday Soy Elixabothtown Col Hunter Wood of Hopkins ville was in the city this week f Mr W P Swope of Owonton waft a visitor hero on Monday t Mr1W Craven of Hazol Green was in tho city Monday Air Buckner Woodford of Paris was in tho city this wook i Judge W R Cress of Alonticello Vwas in tho city on Tuesday Mr J Floyd Day of Winchester was hero Monday Hon John T Hinton of Paris was here Monday Miss Klitie Thompson has ro tj turned from Atlantic City N1 Gov W P Tliorne of Eminence was in the city Alonday- Judso D D Fields of Whitos burg was in the city this week tMr H IC Ward of Versailles was in the city Saturday Mr Harry M Parrent returned Saturday from his vacation Mr W W Iiongmqor left Tuos = 4a day morning for Cynthiana Miss Louise Coleman has re turned from a trip to Torrent ScotI IL Bit R H Tomlinson ot Lancas ter was in the city this week RlchIeti Mrs P C Sower has returned a visit to Indiana hfromit Salliti Bush Showaltor is Visiting friends in Louisville Miss Sallie Chinn has gone to At lanttio City N J toyMr J A Batterton is visiting at his old home in Eminence Air Earl Rotors has gone to At Jantic City N J Heeney and wife areatAfAtlantic f City Miss Janie Dehoney is visiting in Cincinnati r visitingfriendsr Miss Edna Bridges attended the Eminence Fair returnedMr Herbert B Kinsloving of lIt StArling was hero Thursday Miss Kathorine Gibbons has gone to Atlantic City N J ThursdnyfQr dauglitorShepherdsville fir J Swigert Taylor went to Chicago Ills this week HopkiIlRHIpleas returned home daughtertor this week visitingherat Eminence Mrs Harris Wallace nee Hen rietta Blackburn of Ills was in the city Wednesday Mrs S Creed Cardwell of Louis ville was the guest of her niece Airs J Morgan Chino this week Mrs Cornea and son of Texas are guests of Mrs W H Kidd Fourth Avenue Representative W D Claybrook of Springfield was in the city on legal business this week Mr Grant L Roberts wife nighfromMr John AI Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here tho guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Miss Annie Coleman who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville has returned homo i Miss Edith Posey who has visiting relatives in Versailles ha returned home Miss Wilyun Shipp who line boo visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Miss Scottie Berry of Versailles is the truest of Mrs James M Saf fell this wook Mrs Wm AI Saifell and daugh ter Miss Todd wont to Louisville Monday Miss Elsie Leovy has returned from a visit to her brother Mr George Loitvy in Texas Mr Steele Reading has returned from a visit to relatives in Shelby county lr J J trr Miss Ruth Laughlln of Lexing MrsCCold Wm H Alurray of Lofi has boon in city this week Mr Russdll Baker and Mr Rob ert Hovers of Louisville visited relatives here this wook Dr Howard Dehonoy of Phila delphia Ponn is tho guest of his father Col W S Dehoney Mrs AG Joffers and sister Mrs T R Todd loft Monday for Mammoth Ono LoxlnAtoilMonday Mrs John W Gaylo and daugh AroulrayfrontMr Albert H McClure has re turned from a business trip tit Now York City Mr H C Thompson and wife of Troy Wood ford county visited relatives hero this week County Attorney O H Ander son of Hopkinsvillo was in tho city Monday tinghisat Wichita Kansas visitingherVersailles Mrs Timberlake of Winchester who has been tho guest of Mrs W H Hogo has returned homo Mr W O Davis County Attorney of Woodford county was here Tuesday dnughtorClommons Mich Mr Henry Rupert of Grayson was tho guest of Mr Jos Rupert Third Avenue this week Mrs L R Marshall returned Tuesday from a visit to Martins ville Ind Mrs W G Simpson and children left Thursday for Now Liberty to visit relatives Mr Albert A Stoll Jr of Louisville was the guest of his aunt Mrs Guy Batrott this week Misses Klass of Somerset are unpbellI Miss Tissie Hoge who has boon visiting friends at Charleston W Va has returned home Mr Win Baker of St Louis Mo is visiting his brothqrp Messrs George and Richard A Baker Miss Ruth Stoll of Louisville is tho guest of Miss Florrie Rodman Campbellstreet Miss Luoile Adams of Louisville is the guest of Miss Clara Nelson Campbell street Mrs George M Brook and son Mr Geo M Jr left this morning for Niagara Falls TuesdayforIjoro Miss Katherine Dear of Louisville is the guest of Mrs W H VanWinkle this city Miss Susie Rerryman of Louisville is the truest of Miss Gene Todd street Misstula Robertson of Eliza hethtown is visiting Mrs J P Hobson Shelby street Mrs Wm P Hudson and son William have returned from a visit to her parents at Stamford Conn Miss Irene Rupert of Grayson is the guest of Mrs Joseph Rupert Third Avenue Mr Sylvester Labrot of Mississippi City 1s the guest of his father 1IrL Labrot Mrs J 0 A Voiight and daugh ter returned Saturday from a visit to her sots Mr Stephen N Vaught at Danville Mr W P Hudson has gone to housekeeping in the house on Third Avenue recently vacated by Mr S E Hutton Miss Nancy Holdon who has been visiting the family of Mr le Marshall in Mason county returned Thursday Miss Bertha Talbort returned Thursday night from a visit to her uncle Dr O B Gayle at Fal mouth CnointMrs Martha French Third Aye flue Mrs H K Kellogg of Louis yule is thu guest of her parents Judge W E Settle and wife Third AvenueMr J Clark of Louisville was called hero Wednesday to at Arrshavenimprovementhaving Mrs Pattio Mitchell of Green pnrentsOmcerLogan street IMrs J A and niece Miss Aileen Crosthwalt have returned from a visit to friends In Shelby county Lexingtonsister Mrs A G Joffers has re turned home- I tholocnlfor Lake Geneva to attend the Con foroncoof Y M Co A Men Mr Paul Weltel wife and Ohih1I of Lexington visited his parents Mr Louis Weituel Madison str90tIthis wnolCoProf JT Gnines wife and daughter Miss Marian of Crescent Hill are of Mrs rJGaines Clinton street whohnshlcnL Grinstoad at Portsmouth 0 returned homo Tuesday Mrs Morton K Yon la and child of Louisville are guests of her parent Judge T H Pn tel and wife Shelby street Miss Mary Page and Miss Mar Tuesdayfromat Irvine Judge W E Settle and family who have been visiting at their old home in Bowling Green have returned nnddnughterhis sister Mrs G W Chinn Mai street Airs Egbert Stephens and Miss visitingOhio have returned home Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lox ington spent Sunday horethe EMilesMr John W Berryman and wife of Versailles who have been guests returnohomeMiss Sallie Brown of Owensboro was the guest of her brother Hon Eli H Brown Shelby street this week TLewisAtlanticCityMaJ Howard T Gaines of the Quartermasters Department has pone campmont to Paducah to tho State Eni Mr Garrard Rodman of Okla homa City Okla who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Guy Barrett left for homo on Friday Gen N B Hays and family who have boon visiting friends at Pineville returned home on Friday night Miss Nora Miller of this office anent Sunday in Georgetown the AHerringCapt I T West wife and son Mr Jas B West have gone to Estilloounty to spend the month of August I Miss Gertrude B Ledridge who has been in an infirmary in Louis vllle has so far recovered as to be able to come home Mr Win F Lambert and Mrs F wholhnveMiss Verlie Kenney returned Tuesday from a months visit to her uncle Mr J T Arnold in Owonton and othur relatives Mr John B Lindsey Jr of Mis sissippi visited his parents Mr John B Lindsey Sr and wife this week nlMiss Alice Blanton who has be the guest of her aunt Mrs Sam D Winter in St Louis Mo has re turned home Miss Carrie Brook and Miss Beatrice Hockensmith have re turned from a visit to Drennon prlngsICapt M H Insko of Carlisle StnmpDeputsauce of Air Grant L Roberts returned homo on Saturday Mrs Win N Caldwell and daugh tel Matilda who have been guests of Miss Nellie Fellmer returned to their homo in Louisville on Saturday Mrs Harry T Hastings and chit dren who have been guests of hor mother Mr Wright returned to snturIdnand Miss Lizio Stone of Louis ville who have Neon guests of Mrs Unto M Williams have returned home daughterMisswho have peen guests of Mrs W H Kidd Fourth Avenue have gone home wUe1rfllaughter Miss Jacque and Ms s Pattio Williams loft Thursday for Atlantic City LisJ lUSRIizzieMrs John N Cm to her West Sid Mrs Mary Belle Phythian and granddaughter Miss Laura Belle Phythian of Newport are guests of Mrs W S Johnson Second street Mrs Jas F Montgomery and sons James Zaok and Frank wh have been visiting relatives a Lowisburg W Va for a month returned home Tuesday night h ijfJ frr tI 0 JtJL c Air Eugene Wolf Mr Will H Jeffries Air Claude Boles tend others leave Monday for Biiirnsido where they will camp and fish two weeks fillI Air Chris H lierrym tin Manager of Elmendorf Stock Farm J lL Hagpin proprietor was in tim city Monday examining the now streets thntRogiinentunder command of Citpr Harry Donaldson loft Tuesday for Pndn- cult to arrange matters for the Stuto Encampment which comtnoncos there next week Alossrs W Arthur Howard V- JllrWOlhelBrislftn Oscar E Wolf C litre tiro FugHzi Owen Janty C R Hiv ser COY Wells and Hr Great r loft Thursday for Atlantic City N JaCASTORIA ChildrennBears the- Signature of 25000 IN PREMIUMS Exhibits of Live Stool and Agricultural Products at Kentucky State Fair will be Bost Ever Held in tho Soiith The largest and hest exhibitions of live stock anti agricultural products ever in the South will be foatulfsof tho big Ken tucky State Fair Nearly 25000 in premiums will he offered and every prospect points to the assured success of tho mooting to be hold at Lexington September 1828 The classifications were determined by the Board of Control last week Liberal offerings are mode for every class of live stock and agrl productsThe for harness and horses will total close to UOOooutsido of the heavy classes for which special provisions hays been made amounting to about 500 airangedineludes French draft Percherons Clydesdales English Shires and Belgians the second French and German coach the third Cleve lund Bay and Hackneys Exhibit ors in these classes have already signified their intention of coming from the Indiana State This display will be of largo educational value The classifications for thorough brads are probably more liberal than were over before offered in America They will total about 2500 including seasons to some of the most valuable private stallions in Kentucky which can not be bought at any price lDAIRY CATTLE EXHIBIT In the dairy cattle classes about 1600 will be offered Jerseys head the list by a liberal margin but Holsteinsother classifications follow Shorthorns 1600 00 Polled Durhamx 400 00 Red 200 00 AberdeenAngus 11100 00 0SwineSheep 1200 Poultry 76000 Vegetables and Melons 825 po Field Seed and Grain 450 00 Tobacco 500 00 Horticulture V25 00 f0pMules and Jacks 1000 0 Pigeons 75 Other offerings will he made later bringing the total close to 25000 t KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by the thrCl1ghloutMadiHonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August S4 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 15 4 daysLawrenceburg August 15 4 days dayseShelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 284 days Nicholasville August 29 days dayss 5e8 daysGlasgow September 64 days Ky State Fair September 18 6 days Henderson September 20 days 27tOwensboro October 105 days 1 t t1f t C eiernd i- iKILLTHECOUCH r AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings At New Recover FOR cONSUMPTION IJ60cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT nnd LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK sHIiT RELIGIOUSASCENSION E PIS U0 P A If rocittor x Sunday August 4 080 a m Morning Prayerj780 p m Ev niing Prayer 1Vedni sllcdytifr780 p m Evening Proye t frlnnulHl Friday The public coiddttlly Invited tJ a attend t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov f 0 E Miller of Lexington willv 4NnSundayschool avt H80 a m in t fChiistiau ate nadjourned fur the summer Pvayermeoting Wednesday even Jr lug at 7RO in the chapel Tho ttf Junior Sbcioty has ad cd jr JJltk FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 0 itIt1ntnand 8 p in f Sundayschool at 945 a m in tine chapel IyBaraoa Class at fl45 a in Baptist Young Peoples Union will mc t in the chapel at 715r jP m Prayermpollng on Wednesday chapelvice i4 i Visitors cordially invited Seats Y free j tt t CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev j Father ThomasS lIn Jr rector t i Low Mass at 780 a 111t tV Low Mates at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in 1 evening at 745 p m r1Everybody invited to attend J f i CEDAR CHAPEL Rev T NT Arnold will preach at 880 p m Sunday Piotacted meeting will commenceiiSaturday night and continue for two weeks n h rtiCHURCHof Flomingsburg will preach afll- a mS 2SundlnohQolntYoung Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 645 p m i Prayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 780 p m v Visitors cordially welcomed iifLEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin of tho Kentucky Presbyterian Theological Seminary iiLtORtOWIISunday evening at 780 oclockYA prayermeeting will be held on Thursday evening at 780 These services will contiiiuo through the i i summer t METHODIST CHURCH Rev tVaught the pastor will 0preach at 745 p m r There will be no service at 1184m the congregation will worship with the Southern Presbyterian Church iSSundr yscitool at 045 a in Junior League at 8 p in Ji Senior League at 7 pm Prayermooting ton Wednesday j i1 SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 1BCHIIRCHRev J O A Taught tof the Methodist Church will preach at 11 a m Nn evening service this gation will worship with the Moth odirtt Church rr fi Sundayschool at U80 n m riYoung Peoples Soeiutytat 680 S ip m Prayermeeting Wednesday att780 oclock Everybody invited to HttondI WANTEDGOOnFA hava a friend who wishes to IIbuy a good farm on pike well lo with comfortable improve ments containing from 100 to 800 sores Anyone having such a farm for sale can find a responsible pur f chaser by calling at this ollloe 471 nu ItCANDIDATE FOR MAYORI announceIcandidate for Mayor of the 4of Frankfort subject to the actioIi- of the Democratic partt Elec tibn November 1905 m 204etitiY rr CLEAN UP- i Wo have born requested to call the attention tif the uityruutlioriElea to thu streets and eKpecial1 JthB1 alleys on the South Side Quite a number of treats need to Jhave the peedcut and rleancd1 away In the alleys garbage of al- lLkinds is thrown out and left tofes ter anddouay thus becoming the breeding pliiuo fur fevers and Other diseases The stench arising from seme of a y these garbage piles is r 4x Almost unbearable beoomlngI tWe hope tho Health take a stroll through the South Side and he will easily detect the kpbints suffering for attention mi9 c Croup instantly relieved Dr Eclectrio Oil Perfectlyr r V safe Neyer falls At any drug store CIRCLE EXCURSION 1 About the biggest of the Circle lA 11 Excursions of the season was that peoiB B but mainly from Danville came here about 4 oclock and after seeing the sights of thu city bypJ way becomingtVarrenn is doing a land office bust l ilelj GEN1AL GENTLEMAN PAIRS t fOFF y il DrV Larson Black the House Republluanc hasMlt V dpos not coMpare with double f blessedness and will trot in iI double harness the rest of lifes il journey He was married on Tqes z t day to Miss Etta ShatTer of his A home town of Barbourville Dr 1Black is a genial and able gentle h t man His friends hero congratu J flate him J 1 v ii r y JUDGE MoBEATH SERIOUSLY r HURT tJ ye regret to learn that Judge T iV B MoBeath Reporter cf the Court of Appeals anti editor of the Ken tuoky Law Reporter was very seri ously hurt on Wednesday by being 1thrown down by a fractious Horse jointtJv Wo sincerely trust that his injuries may not bu as sevure as at present thought to boo 1 August terns= TAILORED SKIRTS In all ligfit colored or White Mohairs at onehalf price 500 for 1000 Skirts 8Cb for 000 Skirts i 50cFor100 ManLikeWafsts in nice qualityMadras r cWhite Duck Skirts with black ring 7icFor Cheviot Skirting good colors strong serviceable worth lOc 0 THE YELLOW ERIL The yellow fever seems to have gotten beyond control at New Or leans Ln all the precautions that have been taken and the efforts to stamp it out the number of cases has stead ily grown until at this writing they number over 450 while the deaths number about dnefourth of tile oases We earnestly hope that the scourge may not spread to any further extent It seems to be con fined almost altogether to the Italian citizens of the Crescent City so a Eczema scald head hives itch incas of the skin of sort instantly relieved cured Doans Ointment At any drug store I LETTER LIST August 5j 1005 Allen Mrs Martin Bell Miss Lakesays Boone hits Louise Bryant Mrs Jambs Dortch Mr- Hamilton Mrs J H Hampton Miss Mattie Hukel Will Long Jack Lynn Miss Francis V Middleton Joshua MorrJeon Miss Minnie Fades Mrs Limy Smith J W Sullivan Mrs SoB Williams Miss Anna Persons calling for these letters will plrese say advertised E M DRANE P 1C FOR SALE 25 TONS of SHEAF OATS now in barn Phono 010C East Tennessee I t J W 4Gtf COMPANY OF NATIONAL GUARDS GO TO CAMP Ilho local company of Kentucky National Guards Capt Hiram Wil hams will leavo for Paducah tomorrow Sunday night t6 attend camp of instruction Ie THE OLD TOWN CLOCK We hope the new men in charge Iof the old town clock will give it sumo attention and not allow it to drop back to the position it held last year as the old prevaricator but make it as It used to be the old truth toileras to time TO VOTE ON an act ofthe last Legisla people of Kentucky will vote in November on an amend mOnt to the State providing Tor a return to the viVa oci way of voting should be voted down by the biggest majoirty ever given against an iniquitous meas ureSo far as we are con oerned it makes no difference because wE have tried both ways but there are many thousands of voters who can be controlled under that system whereas under the secret ballot they can vote their true sentiments Burdock Blood asBitters gives a man a clear head an a strong vigorous body r makes him fit for the battle of life i ABLE AND Our citizens will havt the opportunity on Sunday of bearing one of the ablest ministers of the Baptist denomination in the South Rev J W Millard D D of Atlanta Ga will preach at the First Baptist Church in this city both morning and evening Everybody cordially invited to attend e POWELLIn this city oti Wed n dHy to Mr Sidney Powell- and wife a daughter Nellie Frnuces GliAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected cave trouble is ahead unless jon take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured met Best medicine for weak KINGS SUPlER The Circle of the Kings Daughters will give an ice cream supper at the residence of Mr John T Uookensmith on tho Peaks Mill pike five miles from this city on Thursday evening August 10tO Everybody Invited and assured of a good time 3 THE E i H TAYLOR JR Ie SONS i Frankfort Kentucky 5t I C in Season Buying SHIRTING LENGTHS 29c to 50c in Madras or Cheviots just right lengths for shirts IYOU NEEDA new Purse or Hand Bug for your vocation trip we have the new shapes in all colors See thekhigh class new styles I 6cFor full Bleached and Taped Ladies Vests regular IGc quality f Remember every Friday is Special Remnant day with us T W S FARMER I I Notwithstanding liermanently Jtlsed rfSheets HHACKLEFORD commanding CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT turethe Constitution Thistmtendment individually ELOQUENT PREACHERr BIRTHS byTallSTEADMANTOWN DAUGHTERS Steadmantown OLD TAYLOR kttIL PKEMIER K N TUCKY WHISKEYS- i Proprietors For Late the SeashoreOuting QJd PoInt- Comfort C 0ROUTE Chesapeake Ohio R- ySaturday Aug st 1205 1200 Lexington Mb Sterling and Morehead Special Vestibuled Train leaves Lexington 740 p in The famous Virginia Springs Historic City of JRiohutyml delightful Old Point Comfort I and Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Ocean View Virginia Beach on the 6 road Atlantic are among the attractive features to gether with SIDE TRIP EXCURSIONS At low rates from Old Point The route is through the famous Blue Grass Regions of Kentucky the canyons of Now River alongside the picturesque Greenbrier River through the Alleghanies and the wonderful Blue Ridge Mountains the beautiful Sliennan dot h and Piedmont Valleys SURF BATHING BOATING Can Stopover bo AND FISHINGI granted East of the return trip enabling visit to the famous Virginia Mountain Re IExcursionistsvia Charlottesville and Staunton or BridgealongGood Returning Until August 26 Inclusive Engage Sleeping Car Space Now Inquire of your iigunt for full particulars or write Win S Bronson Asst Gen Pas- Agent Washington D C AgentWashlllgton AgtLoxingtonR E Parsons D P A Louisville Ky C E Doyle General Manager I THREE DAYS TO CALIFORNIA botwollnI This is the fast time Chicago and San Francisco made by lhe Overland Limited Loaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 005 p in arrives San Francisco third day in time for dinner Rohtu Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Paciiiu and Southern Pacific Linn Another good train for leaves Union PassengerUalifornluI Chicago 1025 p m takes a tow hours longer to make the run F A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York ti a J1L S IIFAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bo schee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and Lung Cure qThe best family safeguard is a reliable household medicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensatibns bronchi- affectionsthat eyes and nose sore throat and will keep the children r proofagainst all contagious diseases CJSuch a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles 4The fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle v IIDAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamart of Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at traInsReturningSundays 000 Fare to Detroit umimitedroundtripgta Bzcurtloni atSundays75e tt a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals and berth extra Special Rrtttj to ScdttltjC- loeconnections at Detroit with steam etcForRailroad Agent or write 0 F Hgr DJffJL f 1I104Leavm 102LJ12Leam inttJMlIed1atI Ncl82LelvCHm a toHodglmvilloSundays tAll 54- t r ff Frankt rE3ouadapout sintered nt the uostolHco ut Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass muilnble matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub V FRANKFORT AUGUST 6 1905 HONESTY IS WH AT WE + NEED t Under the above heading the Gynthiana Democrat has this to say and there could hardly have been a paragraph printed that con stains more of good hard truth In November a vote will bo taken in Kentucky on whether or not tho Constitution shall ho changed that the method of voting may to tho old viva voco system It Is a matter of surprise that a great many sensible men favor the re turn on the ground that fair oleo tions would be held and fraudulent counts be made impossible There never was a greater fallacy The nove votes and the false certification of- results could go on lust as merrily The fairness of an election depends fupon the honesty of the election oftvotals correctly and honestly counted Reform is needed in men tarot in measures The real object of the contemplated return to the old Jsystem is Un our opinion that the votes of man may be spied upon that traffic e in suflrn e be more confi Gently indulged in The present system is all that could bo desired honestly administered land no fiif will be satisfactory where t methods prevail Oyn thinnn Democrat We hear lots of rot these dny about a man not having the cuur age to vote his convictions and about the Australian ballot afford ing a shield for perjurers Praperly conducted by officers the secret ballot is thet surest evidence of the voters willI tEA TH OF MR JOHN C HERN DON Oar city was shocked and grieved od Tuesday morning when the nates came that Mr John 0 Hern t don of the Bradley Gilbert Co Louisville had passed away at Dr Pjpes Sanitarium in that cityIa Mr Herndon was about 66 years a of age and was born and reared in tthis city his father living In the now owned and occupied by 4Gen D W Lindsey He received Isis education at the famous Sayre Academy and afterwards became I ji clerk in the Auditors Office under nthe late Mr Thos S Page After leaving thoAuditors Office fche went to Covington and was a clerk in the Farmers Bank Stil- r 1of later he removed to Henderson r Ky and remained until he ob tained a position with the Bradley Gilbert Co gradually working jhis way up until he was admitted tu the firm For many years he had been a traveling representative of the firm and his wide acquaint 4inoe and universal popularity made him valuable member of that firm 4In early life he was married to Miss Julia Dimmitt of Mason noun r ty nnd by whom he had two chit oouI81vIIcounty His wife died several years ago He leaves three sisterittMrs Maggie Dixon of H Mrs Felicia Julian of Manderson S D and Miss Annie Hojndon of this county He was a genial and jolly gentle man always ready for fun an Innocent Jokesthe life of every company in which he was found We were his boyhood friend and companion and that friendship continued to the end Wo mourn him sincerely For several years his health ha been poor but the last time we the pleasure of meeting him he fmpW makeca soft Ntherickets and bone consumption SCOTTSeed free BOWr1E ChemIsts 409415 Pearl Street York and a too all drnggisNew x rA it t JJ ThirtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr MiPes Heart Cure Cured Me heartUnlesseasily become a diseased heart A little extra bringoDthisof sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation a havelwayswith heart I had the usual symptoms of sleellessnesslost appetite con stipation palpitation of the heart shortness and pain around the heart and under left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I so severey and became so weak UurtydaysnervousnessTheOutteringolthe LIVerPllssymptoms disappeared under the influence inbetterand I thank Dr Miles Remedies fordrears they are the grandest remedies on earth and I am constantly recommending CANTRSLLWaxahachie bott1eAddtesaDr yearned greatly improved and we hoped to see him permanently re stored to health But alas God knows best Ho is gone and we friendss our are fast by the way Wo tender to his large circle o relatives and friends in this city sympathyt brought here Wednesday and interred in the family lot in our cemetery Lltflers Early Risers The famous Iit1I pIH i GOV KNOTTS LOVE J Passing through Lebanon last week upon a business trip we met exQov J1 Proctor Knott who was glad to see any one from the of town He inquired about all hi old friends saying that of all the places he had lived he loved Frankfqrt the stoat that the had been so very kind to him the he could never forget them and Instructed us to give his love to everyone here The old gentleman is suffering from the effects of a slight stroke paralysis yet is able to get about the city and see his friends but his greatest gross is the im paired condition of his eyesight which deprives him of the grent pleasure he always enjoyed of read- Ing He said he was but waitin higttetr joyment there was no longer guy thing in it for him DANGEROUS AND UNCER TAIN 1For sunburn fetter and all skin WitchHazelbleedingtching andhealold sores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel ads certain Sold by J W Gayle A FINE TRIP Daniel M Bowmar editor of the perd1alls Buffalo and Toronto Thursday August 17 via F 0 Q 0 and Big Four Route and Lake Steamer Railroad fare at hotels and all expenses of delightful six days trip only 25 Frankfort Mr Bowmar is experienced traveler and guide rite him at Versailles Ky at for particulars or call on us for time tableINOTICEBLACKSMITHS AND DAIRYMENI Why not protect your lifo using Killfly on stock For sal 8 by P C Sower Co IfNTlRNAL REVENUE AS SIGNMENTS FOR AUGUST In the Seventh Collection Dis trict The following ate the assign flouts of internal revenue olllcory as mode by Collector Roberts Stoll Co Lexington F Grogimn dny 71 Pholps addi ShelbyJrDistilleryFrankfortW HenryNowgangerH C- qMaysvilleJ H Doploydny Frank bottlingP4 W A Gaines Co Frankfort W M Salloll day F M Cisco additional B S Drake additional J R Spiers additional J E Hanrahan bottling C N Wiard gauger LexingtonJohnFun additional A V Combs additional and bottling J P Hutohoraft gauger MaysvlIJeWO MidwayJWtional E B Davis additional P P Parrish bottling W T Crosthwait 10 Peacock Distillery Co Riser tonC L Hough tiny duty J P Hutohcraft gauger 11 SC Herbst FrankfortUG Carey day W L Baker additional and bottling F D Clark gauger AMooretional J D Shy bottling J P Hutchcraft gauger CoMtO Kash additional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gauger MaysvilleJauger 82 E M Babbitt VersaillesC H Talbotr storekeepergauger 88 George Baker Frankfort W B Anderson day Amos Griffith Stophanskif87 John Cochran d Co Frank dayUaorgeand bottling T L MoConnoll gauger 46 J E Pepper Co Yarnall tonE F Darnaby day J A Logan additional and bottling H S Forman gauger 50 W J Frazier Versailles Gus Wbitehpuse storekeeper gauger t 52 Labrot Graham Frankfort WhittltL McConnell gauger 68 E H Taylor Jr Sous FrankfortSpeed F Owen day JM Fraloy additional D E Lentasters77 Paris Distilling Co Paris J M Russell day C H Wickliffe additional W W Oberry addi It91 J J M SafIell Frankfort D B Waloutt day A W Nazor additional and bottling F D Clark gauger 96 J N Blakemore Frankfort Buoknor McElroy storekeeper gauger StampingGroundC gauger 106 W A Gaines Co Frank fortH S Sinclair day W P Bacon additional J H Smoot addigM Tanner bottling C N Wiard gauger 118 G T Stagg Co FrankfortJ G Brawner day J M Steven son additional W H Snood bot tling John Stophanski gauger 840 Fulton Co Culver Fannin storekeepergauger 841 Harper Flannery GimletJ M Patrick atorekeepergauger PUBLIC WAREHOUSE Lexington Public Warehouse Co F G Sparks and R Strauss storekeepeDgaugers GENERAL STOREKEEPER GAUGER LexingtonG R Bullock RECTIFIERS SStracltrSFormanFrankfortJ P Williams F D Clark gauger o W R H GQBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET theIIMPROVEMENTS ON THE WEST SIDE buildingsiare construction The spirit of im provement seems to have reached that of isyoccupied so soon as completed This speaks well for our city n = j I T Pleasant to take di- t LaxativeSyrup f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION 4Ask Your Doctor t r And he will tell Laxative Fruits and their extracts are Y the best medicines for Constipation as they tiling about a normalaction of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege X table Compound and if usedvin Constipation will bnngjabout a cure of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousnesfired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc JXourany other you have tried Y srJ ALL DRUGGISTS2Qc AND 50c PER BOTTLE j Tobacco Bellows Blowers1t Hoes Forks Spades y Cradles and Fingers tlScythesw Thresher Machine Oil t Tarpaulins d Monkey Wrenchesf Pipe Fittings and Wrenchesf FRANK G STAGG 1t Ly vHardware State College of Kentucky 1- J i Lexington KentuckyiThe Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural r tChemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical 1Jr Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil EngineerInguand Mining Engineering each of which extends over years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading Jthtto a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a fseparate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors 1and Instructors andlight C iThe laboratories and museums are large well equipped compre r hensive and modern sz fThe Legislature appropriated for a college home for young women and 30000 for drill ball and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use Military tactics and science are j W tj CongressGraduates treadily find excellent v positions and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excess cJ ot supplySpecialists tl of assistants have Zforfitoti young women provides I facilities for good board and lodging It is equipped with all conveniences including bath rooms and room for physical It electricityAn of modemI l thorough education In classic modern language literature mathematics logic metaphysics history and political No other institution in the State offers advantages for of women at all comparable to those offered by the State Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information re garding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAB K PATTERSON Ph D LLB D or to D C KyFall43td j ir f KENTUCKY y816 STATE FAIR 6 AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IiiIM PREMIUMS 25000IM PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 333 i Novel Affractions1Magnificent r The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address f GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky rrfy EXCELLENT SHOWING ontuokfrs State Fair Premiums Compare Favorably With Any iF O or State Hi tIt is interesting and encouraging to those who have at heart the wel- faref of the Kentucky State Fair to i make a comparison between the amounts offered In premiums by it- and the amounts offered by other jh State Fairs The provisions for horses outside 7ol the heavy classes wBf amount to j f 40500 at the KeutuokyState Fair- Jiwhile premiums of 500 are offered l for the heavy classes coaoh horses rand hackneys Of the 6600 something like 2500 will be given to llt V thoroughbreds making olassiflca lions for this division the most lib Fairttion of thoroughbreds over seen in r America The classifications for f beef cattle total 4QQO divided as f follows Shorthorns 1600 Aberyi k loenAngU8 1000 Herefords t i 700 PolledDurhams 400 Gallo ways 300 Red Poled 200 The t f dairy cattle classes will amount to JerseysIHolsteins Ayrshlres and Guern says One thousand dollars will be t1 aoffered for mules and jack stock and 1200 each for sheep and swine upxothers in the country K The Illinois State Fair which is f2one of the richest and best held 1t anywhere makes the following provisions For light horses in iyoluding thoroughbreds roadsters andfa41270 coach horses hackneys and Ir j Morgans 1090 jack stock and- ml mules 1880 sheep 2104 swi- neny1774 For beef cattle it offers a of 4860 divided as follows tW Shorthorns Herefords and Aber LicenAngus 1099 aoh Galloways 1and Red Polled 785 each The t totalfvrfo Shorthorns HolsteinFriesiansrt t j jAyrshiros Brown Swiss and DutchBeltedand 100 for a sweepstakes of all 710 E MILES f lylAGENT 1 High Grade In FlourHI Frankfort KyfBread Is the Staff of Life I am agent for the sale of BALLARDS t OBELISK j FLOUR At this place to grocers It is a winner 1 will be in shape to exchange lour for after harvest With farmers at the StoreCall your radoJNO E MILES Juno 8tf 6 Exhibitions dairy breeds The Ohio State Fair offers 188 for all classes of horses outside o coach and draft and 1683 for the latter two Its total foi4 cattle is 4629 with 1144 from the differ ent cattle associations Of this total the beef breeds will receive 2662 as follows Short horns 600 Herefords Devons Aberdeen Anus Galoways PolledDurhams and Red Polled 327 each Of tho 19R7 allotted to the dairy breeds 827 goes to each of the following Holsteins Dutch Belted Jerseys Guernseys Ayrshires 282 is allot ted to the Brown Swiss and special offerings of 60 are made for fat cattle The offerings for sheep are 1618 for swine 1508 IThe Missouri Stale Fair offers for heavy horses coach horses and hackneys and all other horses 1250 for mules and jack stook 500 Its total for beef cattle is 2700 with 900 from the various cattle associations The various breed are allotted as follows Shorthorns 725 AberdeenAngus 875 Herefords 625 Galloways 525 and a sweepstakes for various breeds amounting to 160 The total for dairy cattle is 1196 For Jerseys and Holstein Friesians each 400 Guernseys and Brown Swiss each 198 The classification for the amount to 852 and for swine 750 At the Nebraska State Fair thQ provisions for draft and coach horses total 1885 and for all other classes of horses 826 To beef oat tle 2037 is allotted as follows Shorthorns 682 Herefords Aber deenAngus and Galloway 405 each Red Polled 198 Fpr dairy cattle the offering is 1076 for swine 1332 for sheep 1177 The Iowa State Fair makes pro vision for horses outside of coach and heavy classes of 1252 for draft and coach horses 3819 for mules 149 Iks provisions for beef cattle are especially liberal amounting to 5250 in addition to 1168 allotted by the various cattle associations The classifications for the different breeds of cattle follow Shorthorns 876 Herefords 869 Aberdeen Angus 889 Galloways 889 Rpd Polled 666 Polled Durhams 420 a special lot of premiums open only to Towa exhibitors amounting to 826 and a special sweepstakes of various breeds of 285 Qnu thous and four hundred dollars is allotted to dairy cattle 650 for the Hol steins and Jerseys each and 100 being reserved for milk tests Swine will receive 2097 sheep 1844In Indiana provisions for horses outside heavy classes and coach horses are 2 149 and for the latter 1910 The beef cattle total the goodly sum of 6047 dairy cattle 1520V sheep 2326 swine 1228 A consideration of these facts shows exactly the comparative standing of the Kentucky State Fair with tho other big State Fairs of the country and offers every rea son foj encouragement to those who have the success of the fair at heart e P- CATCy7i x 4seem the Slrnatveel 1 r tlwais G CINCINNATI MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS EXPOSITION Tho reputation of Cincinnati as a festival city will bn ably main tained this year by tho holding of an exposition at Music Hull Build log under the auspices of the Merchants und Manufacturers E position Association which has for several seasons conducted such en terprisos in tho east with notnblo datmethodse presontIa no only from Cincinnati itself hut from various outside cities thus enabling the visitor to have glimpse of tho latest methods v tie world at large The date ohosun for the Exposition is one that appeals especially to all classes of people from September 11th t 28d inclusive when the coolness o the autumn season and the rush of summor duties aro concluded Al though squarely commercial jn its intention the coming Exposition attractionIfyneI s excluded However there is a most telling way of interesting the public in the newest things going and there will be seen at Music Hall such uncommon things as collections of armour from the Gov andIe pratIpreparation of food a Baby Incubator where tho little new babies strengthtutility of the flying machine cum bines the attractiveness of instruction and amusement The little folks will bo delighted to make the acquaintance of beautiful Jim Key the most wonderful horse in the world who is so highly thought of by his owners that he is not as signed to an ordinary stall but will be given a special room to himself on the upper floor of Mechanics Hall the north wing of the Music Hall Buildings Special excursions duringIgreatly reduced rates as the hearty cooperation of the railroads has been promised to the enterprise which be without a rival in the way of industrial expositions POISONS IN FOOD Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in our food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will con vince you Dr Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested foodor money back 25c at all druggists Try them SOME NOTES BY THE WAY In our Notes By The Way of last week we stated that Mrr John E Miles brother William died inI the West house it should have been his scp William His brother Wil liam died at Camden Point Mo 1852 His brother Samuel I Miles was killed in the famous Green River Bridge fight July 4 1864 serving as a cavalryman in the Southern Army Mrs Mary H Maxwell died in the house on St Clair street recently torn down in 1888 Mr Miles first wife died in the Hunt property just removed to make room for the new State Capitol In 1870 1000 NORTHERN MICHIGAN AND RETURN The Popular Annual Outing to Mackinac Petoskey Bay ViewIand Charlevoix The Monon Route announces a repetition of its custom to sell yearly tickets to the delightful re sort points in the Northern penin sula and Michigan at rates less from Louisville than is the fare froittrfJhicago The route is by way of Chicago and up Lake Michigan by tho superb steel Steamship Manitou There will be no excursion but tickets for the celebrated Monon Routes Chicago Express and the regular sailing of S S Manitou will be sold from Louisville Mon day August 15th good for return passage any time to and including fifteen days after date of sale at BayViewBerths on sleeper and steamer extra byaddressingMonon Route Louisville SOOTHING AND COOLING The salve that heals without a soar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy re lief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and hoals all outs burns and bruises A sure cure for piles and skin diseases De Witt the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by J W Gayle IN1GHrS OF UNREST No Slop No Rest No Pence for the KidneyTroubles No pence for tho kidney sufferer Pain and distress from morn 10 night Get up with a lame back Twinges of backache bother you all day Dull aching breaks your rest at night Urinary disorders add to your misery Got at tho cause cure tho kid noys Deans Kidney Pills will work the cure onlyffort W T Frailer proprietor of Frailer s Candy Kitchen 43 St SecondfKidney Pills was amply proven In my ease I suffered from backache a great deal often so severely that I could not turn In bed In the morning when I got up it was a common thing to feel lame and sore in the back Being on my feet so mush of the time In my store no doubt tended to aggravate tho trouble Anxious to find seine relief and n permanent cure if pos sible when I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and saw them so highly recommended by people liv Gaylesdrugglad surprise to me to find that after taking them for a day or two they were removing the pRineI bythethe trouble was entirely removed Uptodate I have felt no recur rence It is a pleasure to me to preparationFor Price 50 BUf1faloUnited States- Remember the name Doans and take no 11 otherI e tltlll4 ImmuIl uiwa BETWEEN II LouisvilleI AND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper K H BACON D P A 4 ft Cor 4th and MturfcetSte Xxjulrrflj THE ONYL WAY There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There throughthebe kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and dis ease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings rifting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles DyspepsiaIntl tive apparatus J W Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p m except 11 a in 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a mi to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 145 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 office 404 West Main streetE Phono CIO Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf r rl The JEM Milling Co Manufacturers of J E M- FLOUR Why try the rest Buy the best Thats J E M The Hour that makes the bread that make the man OF INTEREST TO TRAY I ELERS For the benefit of passengers desiring to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 600 Ip m No6 at Lexington until 480 Ipl11 INOt 14at Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be r governed accordingly tf C 0 TIME TABLE IaCTa s lIUBTB No11 An No12A INo 1L1PM INO 1L7 LoulsTllle ltso omShelbjvlle 700 Frankfort 1018 7iO A Lexington 1115 810 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat SEASHORE EXCURSIONS Atlantic City N J via F C and B O S W August 10th 4 F C and Pennsylvania LinesrAugust 17th Fare round trip 1680 Final limit 12 days THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to seo most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rockies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon oapitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Mouon Route Agent while in Louisville for his otllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky 120rCincinnati and Return via F C Ry andsQueen Crescent Route Sunday August 18th 1 Special train leaves Frankfort at 700 a m stopping at intermediate points and connecting with Q C at Georgetown Tickets goodconly on special train and returning same date All summer resorts open Baseball Rods v Boston Ask F C Ticket Agent for partluularsJk AGONIZING BURNS I Are instantly relieved and perIfectly healed by Buoklens Arnica l Salvo C Rlvenbark Jr of Nor folk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered J all over Buoklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain anti healed it tt without a seal Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at all drug gists 5tr I l i ti Ij Main St Both Now is the time for building Ve aI I tl x ii East Main street on Mrs Mary Jane a member of the Metho dist Church who went about the work her Master gave y her to do and many of the sorrow Ing and oifes of this city and county will sadly miss her tender She leaves a to mourn her death The funeral took place from the Church on afternoon the services being by Rev J O A and the remains wore laid to rest in our t t The Second Band of r this city gave a concert at Cove Spring Park on After the concert was over a nice little dance was given In the which was by those Owing to death in the family of one of the work up mem bers of Church Ladies it has the Ice Cream Supper which was to have been given at Silver Lake the resi dente of Mr Black on night next 9tn Those will please bear this in mind NEW County Judge J H has the erection of a frame on tho lot by him from Miss Eliza Overton on Main street South Side Second street and the river And still they come Next SENT TO HIS HOME Mr F M Cisco an internal rove nue officer well known hero vas taken with tory while at and sent to Ins homo at West Lib arty county He is in very serious His friends here are very uneasy about him J CURES The of con ditions in the euro of is very much The poor pati nt and the rich y too can do much better at homo by proper atten lon to food and a use of German Syrup Free in the made certain German Syrup a Is a good rest and the absence of that cough and night sweat Rest less nights and the due to the danger and dread of the can be or by taking German Syrup and regu larjy Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the of there the few who are and regain are those that j use German Syrup Trial bottle 26e size 76c At all drug gists l yrI ii 1g iI17 t 5 is made of the of B Rodman of Tanana Alaska to Miss Mason of Boston Tho will take place in the early fall at is a son of the late Dr W B Rodman and is a fine young man AND WELL LADY DYING We regret to the fact that Mrs John G Carlisle wife of that man Hon John G Carlisle is to be dying at her summer home at Long Island Mrs Carlisle is well known and beloved here where she spent so much time when her hue band was a State official f An THE RATE OF ONLY A for FAIREST BEST BEST BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK BEST PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF PRICE BY ONE PEAR SIX MONTHS THREE MONTHS 125 ONE MONTH f 0e cory if you Ky 1 year 100 The 1105 Gpaue Cnlendnr Wall Atlas 100 The Louisville Daily Evening Post on gOO Total 500 The special reduced price for 1905 850 vvv PACIFIC Sunday May The new trains Louis a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily sleeping car service for SanFran taco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T O Trav Pass Agt Louisville Ky H 0 Gen Peas Ticket Agt St Louis Mo OF THE ALL NEWS IN AND NEW Write for Rates and Printed Matter T P A 89 Main Street ONLY 1485 CITY NJ Via P C and B O August 10 Via P C and Poona B R August of at piha and Tickets good for twelve days For and full apply to C W HAY General Agent ra Tho amoiw little pins ARNcarry complete stock ofIV Crimp arid Corri1gateci1 STEEL ROOFINQrRuberoid and Felt Roofing Ridge Rollp tf0 Gutter and Conducting Pipe Darn Door HingesJ Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled fit I 307300 Phones BEATHS PURDYOn Saturday yearsfirthoronghRoing Christian quietly suffering ministrations devoted husband Methodist Monday conducted Vaught cemetery DELIGHTFUL CONCERT Regiment delightful Wednesday evening pavilion greatly enjoyed present yb POSTPONED principal Providence Baptist Missionary Society postponed indefinitely Stephen Wednesday August interested RESIDENCE Polsgrove commenced comfortable residence recently purchased fronting between suddenly inflamma rheumatism Midway Morgan condition CLIMATIC influence climatic consumption overdrawn patient digestion regular expectoration morning ItIs nights weakening debilitating exhaustion coughing greatest consumptive prevented stopped liberally thousands consumptives benefited strength regular 8 IJ Galvanized Galvanized R C SOWER c CO laJkfortihentack d MARRIED RODMAN MASON Announcement engagement MrWlliiam Henrietta Saruent marriage TananaMr DISTINGUISHED KNOWN chronicle distinguished thought Bayshore THE LOUISVILLEEVENING Independent Newspaper- AT 25t PER IIMAIL department eycrybodyI EDITORIALS POLITICAL ARTICLES MISCELLANY REVIEWS CHILDRENS CONDENSED EVERYTHING MAILI wishIAddress Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST Louisville ROUNDABOUT independent newspaper New Fast Train ColoradoUTAH lllnlets service- Through MATTHEWS TOWNSEND GPTTHEHABIIAND Complete Reports MARKETS POLITICAL OTHER THE Route BETWEEN TEXAS POINTS ii a Lexington Kentucky ATLANTIC 1- 7Privilege stopover Philadol Baltimore reservation particulars Passenger IDeWitt WARI RAILROADFINANCIAL BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION SOU- THQueen and- Crescent snoiiest Route Quickest Schedule GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI OHAfTANOOGAAT BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT ORLEANSAND CLARKE Washington Early Risers si Best r V We have had fur many yars the reputation of selling air what is best in il 4 Sterling Silver And of never allowing a hint f of inferiority to show anywhere t r IrA newstock has just arrived bearing the 1 well known trademark of the Corham Manufacturing Co YtiWhich stamps them as the preeminent best of their kind The assortment comprises f Knives Forks and Spoons v And larger pieces as we 11It We hope you will examine them Of tI iM A Selbert t tIiji Reliable Jeweler f F C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday Juno 6th 1905 the morning train on the F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 620 a in instead of 650 as hereto fore and will leave Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrhe Centtnllfornati The westbound morning train on F C will leavo Paris at 880 arriving at Georgetown at 005 a m connecting with local- southbound train on the Q 0 and arrive Frankfort at 1120 a m C W HAY Gen l Passenger Agent 89 tf Dr Weavers Treatment SnaP for the blood crate for eklneroptUBa TPi w K PvflSrTr T v EXPERIENC 80 YEAR 1It r TRADE MARKS DEIIIGNSICOPYRIGHTS AcAnyone sendIng a sketch and description nlB quickly IUcertaln our opinion tree whether au Invention probablypaten ahl tlonl8trl UconUdentlaL HANDBoOKonPatenw lent free Oldest securtnQpatena iatenta taken through Co reoelvt tpeciat notice wlthoat Cberge lathe Ii Scientific RmerIcan i- lrAhandeomoiynlestrated weekly Largest- an scientDo Journal Term a ea r toW rnonths J1 b1 all neWdel I YorkBrach Fine Head Lettuce Tolepho I No 166 8at r t HANDSOME fMPUOVEMENTS RECORDS1toW When passingtbe County Clerks jffice this week our genial frlond rNtR Smith invited usln to seo 1 the improvements made in his office ply the installation of thee metal shelvinIr p 4n the past the records of this L fflce were piled on the shelves one t v above the otlhtir or set up edgeways 1 and necessarily in making exam Jnations or using the hooks for en jtries they soon became worn and mutilated 2 Under the present arrangement I each record book lies on a set of roiler shelves easy of nccoss and shot subject to the fraying process Y and with air space all around to prevent In moudIkbasarrange for future needs of the tv office The metal file boxes for loose papers are also of the latest i and most useful character cy Clerk Smith has ararnged a cop 7 x yeniont table and writing materials t jin the roar room for the use of law yers and others in records so that the frontexaminingI lbe left for the coming j persons having business with thol clerk without interrupting t plfihose whose attention ought neces arily to be fixed on the records 11 they are examining i f Incidentally Mr Smith showed its copies ot old deeds and records JK covering the transfer of 2560000 c fe acresor mrre of land lying in Ken Vf tucky aid Virginia from Swan to vAlbean and tram OMally to Schwartz and Maroan from Marean to Sohwartx from Epes to Wilder Myersrj K These copies were made from Old pCpurt Records on deposit In Mr f Smiths Office and wore for a big Eastern corporation who are taking pieasos of oil and mineral privileges in the section covered by these xleeds Tho records were a maze of y courses and distances and of num r Jtbers of patents und treasurywar trnnt under which they were do rrivedj wasfi4 atisiattory to the parties in inter eSI e A iyII wI JLd tk Jlean the Ii 2fgutve t rof ATh9 DO IT TODAY I Tlio time worn injunction f Novor put otl till tomorrow what you sun do today is now gen i orally presented in this form Do Jt today ri t is the torso ad r vine we want to give you about that 1I hackinguough or demoralizing cold g you have been strug gllug for several days perhaps remedydryJnp which has boon in use for over vo years A few doses off r yourlfiUBh9 0 youIt liMited your cough oven if dread con umpMon has attacked your surelyVsi hopelessJfer 2 c size 760 At all druglKstS lyr it I FLYER N0 G3FSD JOHNSON CO 1 Flyer Days This Week on Friday and Saturday Aug 4th and 5th 4 I Flyer Prices will he given o- nWHITEHAMBUEGS GOODS S LACES LAWNS HOSIERY CURTAIN GOODS NECKWEAR Waists Suits and Skirts Less Than Half Price Blanket Sale AT = Manufacturers Cost TheJ2rOO quality for 150 3 The 300qualityJbr 225 The 400 quality for 300 The 500 quality for 375 fkV The 600 quality for 450 The 700 quality for 550 Some of the above prices are n little less than cost A rare chance for the prudent housekeeper as it is only a short time and you will need them We have the greatest values in high grade Silks ever shown in Frankfort F THEENEY C M BRIDGEFORDDEALER Wall Paper Punks Oils STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT IMAIN FRANKFURT KY IJob Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 838m Value Etc JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiakies Dont forget the placej JOHN DRIS COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Franklin Institute classical School for boys and girls will begin its first an ondaySeptemito the students a food liberal education at home and to prepare those wishing a more extended course to enter any of the best colleges or universities Private tutoring dur the summer months at reasonable rates For further information apply to J B SCEARCE A B Principal 404 Second St Frankfort Ky New Phone 245 47ta = Feet Made Easy If everyone went barefoot there would be no need ofn remedy for tired aching swol len and blistered feet but as the usage of society makes the wearing of shoes a ilecessity 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 is Gayles Antiseptic Foot Powder It is a specific for all foot troubles from excessive perspiration chafing etc It prevents friction cures any dI- seased 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 15c ii W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Dr R P BuckmasterOs- teopathic Physician Oflice at Mrs T P Browns 447 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 48tf FRAUD EXPOSED latelybeenitations of Dr Kings New Disoov ery for Consumption Coughs and thertJbrdorrnudlnwarn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through stoat ing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully cur ing disease for over 85 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it tin all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies- as all others are mere imitations ChoagoIlle NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSIONS FIllsIFaro for round trip 980 Tickets good for twelve days August6thAugust17thPennsylvaniaLines NOTICE TOBACCO GROWERS P Q Sower Co have just received a full line of Tobacco Bellows Twov T Dyspeptics becauseyourfooc1turns 14thatf stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not t enough PancreatineKodol l contains Dyspepsia all the digestive CureItfound in a healthy exactly those proportions enable the stomach and to digest and assimilate all 1digestantsue tonic as well Kodol cur tHeartburnConstipation You will like it Digests What You Eat 1 JtissuesDoUirbottUholdiSX time ai much M the trial or cent Ire Prepared it tn labor f toryofEOD Wltt Chicago U8A For sale by J W Gayle drug gist1ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR 2 Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrtflea the blood Cerate ointment for the skis Frankfort ci icinnati HU TIre Midland Route Local Tune Table In Effect June 5th 1005 MIi DAILY KXUKfT SUNDAY Al1IpM i 720v6211 Elkhorn 06 219 6 r 8 68 HI Stamping Ground 15 648286 6 Duvnll 110 8 r 110 6 85 051JohnMon 8 r lu 6 75 Nvwtown 8 6 07 59Ii q 43SConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q au l Connects at Purls Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects N Frankfort Union Depot with L A CINCIriNATII I2J a iLv Frankfort Ar1 7 20 Lv Georgetown Arl 8 SI r6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 sol 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM PM PM 6 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 715 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 a3 3 40 Lv arls Ar 5 B3I6 Ar Cincinnati Lv a KENTUCKY CENTRAL POIlTw 9 AI100P2a7P6 8 4AI113POOP16 j HAYPros P At Jr Ji N zi J Written for the Roundabout II GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN I Discipline ONJJYI whIIi handling the Rim as if ashamed of its warlike suggestion and Jet attempting to appear as if his in i tentions might bo otherwise that friendly II Howdy Marthy He said this with a peculiar nasal drawl M am a goin tar stand my gun in this oornder whilst Ill tackle them I thar oats youns want poked Got In stranger in yon bed Haint ono uv them thar blamed revenuers Nat Martha answored Hits iI er frien uv Tacks Hos got a hurt a fallin down old Wild CRt an hed ther fevur throe weeks Tom heres Susans man Hugh the stranger acknowl I edged the introduction with this preface and grinned as I held out t my thin hand His was cold and J clammy reminding me of an enemy l1 felt but unseen or of a serpent I basking in the sunshine with one manid no fund of words at his command Perhaps he failed to comprehend how a stranger could manage to fall down ol Wild Cat if hehe if wasnt a revonuer something a mountain poison man hates worse than To these simplehearted honest folk of Gods great pinnacled king anLd y the shadows of mist rise above even the sordid alms of concen t tered purposea spy means many things and woe be to the intrepid enemy who seeks to ferrit out by those methods ofIupen hands- warfare H the secrets of either in dividual or community interests Lookll1 Susans man knowledgeTand hisIt woman and his fambly was well This is a recognized form of speech and he replied I the same vernacular chair up to the open doorway and Bitting down prepared to enjoy aI spittinglog and crossing his long limbs in real contemplative enjoyment It was a new revelation to me as I studied the reddish andI hair and long whiskers the facial elongation patches of bronze and sallow resting upon it the hickory shirt collarless with homemade gallussus and the home made trowsers too small too yellowr the warp the rough handmade brogans worn without hose and a t length of ankle seen whilst the flabbry t d over the crossed knees I thought of Dickens and longed for a pen t write or a pencil to sketch thioI child of naturethis crude of uncommom clay shaped intoI being by his own individual will 7 power as stubborn and inflexible as are the mountain fastnesses as implacable and irreconcilable as hate as defined and positive as 0ro reach or handle without proper care or the power of God and the haveIgaze cleared his throat and said Bin hurt three weeks TomIWhar ar youns what ware youns doin up ol Wild Cat Turriblo big varmint wuz kilt up thar by of Big Bill White what caused hit tot be named that theseaIIIheap uv stock by youns on I cum over on a puruose ter shoot if hit peared like youns wuz inolin ter take any liken ter Susan But are too weak an tremblin Junloughtenyellow teeth and spitting even further than before and I not help but smile at his responsibility and my pwn liQuIdI but cared not to interrupt his 4 ologue just at this time and so proceeded to entertain me without preamble or premeditation which was singular in the jurisprudence of mountain sagacity or terpitude II When a man takes a woman in these here parts stranger he take her outon ther worl unto hlsself I ther great I Am demanded him ter do She belongs ter her man an has no longer any rights uv own exceptin obedience in herI close ter home in raisin a in helpin her man ter livin an doiu thor most of hit herselfGods done appintod ther road ur each uv them ter travel an uns haint got no say about i withIoutBut Susan has taken hit inter sOhoollwhlohlaws of Godohe ware cryin an disputin erbout doctrines sayin that ther new preacher had tor her t that a women cud teach an even ter preach which sort uv a talk hez most unpropped all ther settled uv life an made uv me a renegade an almost nigh onto a Thars nothin ter be did but Jlst ter pull up stakes roots branches j f Wr 011 lliJ lims an all an ter tRIte my woman nary a man can claim HtIheathen idols weuns faith cud be presarved like unto ther children uv Israel in thor wilderness uv sin an Gods predetermined an predestined will cud not be flux rated Hits they unly way out uv dan igor tor women Torn Susan is inclin tor rebel ther wishes lan ther laws uv Godwhon everyman knows or oughtor know thet Paul said They must keep silent Most all mountain women soriPtureslIem ghosts an som time in ther night when ther chillun get sick she talks aloud ter ther angels about her an prays ter die But hits plain ter be seed thet all women hov to ter he disciplined thats ther intention of ther law an ther gospel has got ter be ipforoed an nobody but ther womans man cud inforoe hit I tol Susan not ter cum over here any mo an so she said ter ask gowns ter send them books which I helot a gain ter low her ter read an good by which statement has bin duely de livered an now seein as you look Sale about they gills I had better gain if Marl by expects weuns ter tend ter oats ter day Hits likely stranger thet weuns will never shake hans agin Take warnin fun that gun an dont go nosln round ary mountain top fur- fear uv consequences IHe laughed again boisterously he had hisgained point Per haps he Perhaps I was as completely in his power for the poorIshnlJlyUawom8nIshake hands this time hut arose walked to the corner picked up the gun and after examining the trigger put it to his shoulder and walked out of the room he put Marthas oats in pokes IIIf I never heard of it and the memory of Susan as I saw her ghost walk dwells within the chamber of a hallowed memory They disappeared from the community as quickly as do the vapory veils from natures face deathIsome lone mountain top and will bury the worn frame and the tired body in some wayside sepuloher where even Uher man will fail to find the grave and she can sleep in peace until the sound of the trum pet at the last great day awakens her I watched Marthy as she busied herself in and out the teaIme slap the hot pillow to coolness tuck the coverlet about my foot and as she softly crooned a song of childish lullaby I sank into a sleep of restfulness lasting iota the morning of the next day when the perfume of flowers awakened me from dreams and my the face of Huldah IIIwas N S COX 29 1905 a IIhWftt s Early Risers Tho famous Rttpiik FARM FOR RENT With son tobacco land on it Three quarters of a milo from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf ANNUAL OUTING I Once and only once 10 TO Mackinac Petoskeya ICharlevoix IAND VIA RETURN Monon Route and Steamer Manitou Mon day Aug 15 15 Days Returning Address E H BACON D P A Louisville Ky NEW LUMBER COI The Capital Lumber and Mnnu- featuring Co with a capital of 80000 was incorporated on Monday last It is composed entirely of local capitalists The City Council was asked and prantod an exemption from taxation for five years under the statute permitting that exemption Tho company proposes to run a saw and planing mill and to con tract for and erect all sort of buildings Tho company has purchased the old brickyard property back of Battle Alloy on the river be tween Main and Logan Streets South Side from Mr Spencer C Cryer for 1500 and aro at work making preparations for the estab lishment of their plant Wo rejoice to see this sort of busi ness It beats politics all hollow in advancing the citys interrupt HURT WHILE AT WORK Mr Thos A Joyce of the Ken tucky State Journal was so unfor tunate as to be caught in the machinery of that office on Wednesday night and considerably out up Dr E E Hume attended to his injuries which will confine him to the house for a few days OA xv nEABeu tide Signature of RAPIDLY APPROACHING COMPLETION The brickwork on the big store ntR Rogers Sons St Clair street has been completed and the workmen are putting on the roof The work is being rapidly pushed to completion When done it will be one of the handsomest buildings in the city ATTENTION FARMERS We want to buy your wheat for which we will pay the highest cash market price See us babe selling HOGE COAL FEED CO- Frankfort Ky Phones No7 lm 10 Complete free on receipt coupon with blank filled W 3 HOWELL Genl Eastern Agent YORK CITY or F A General Agent r The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borio the signature of way and has IllS per infancy 11no one to you in this All Counterfeits and Justasgoodare but Experiments that and endanger the health of Infants and against Experiment Costoria What is a Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Morphine nor Bother Narcotic substance Its ago guarantee It destroys Worms and allays It cures Diarrhoea and Wind It relieves Troubles cures Constipation tF and Flatulency the regulates the J and and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS j Signature of Gayleand The KM Always Bought 1 In Over Years IS IC t r PLEASANTLY Never in the no carry easy to take never failing in results Early Risors little pills are a certain against headache liver and all of theEid from constipation strengthen the jaundice Sold by J W been made under supervision its deceive Colic Food Little since Dr Cadys Condllfoa Powders are o just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ae l ffvermifuge They are not food b medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price d i iSSfForLeCompte Gayle Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening uptOur exports to Japan and China multiplied during the last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East forth who lives thereBig opportunities man II Why not look the field over Only 6250 Chicago to Sari Francisco orLos Angeles and return May i 23 9io 11 1213 29 30 31 June i August 6 7 8 9 n 12 13 and 14 t 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate fora double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los pointsinUnion Passenger Station Chicago via the t Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited Union Passenger Station Chicago m and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries touristKsleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers information sent lines Broadway NEW MILLER Passenger CHICAGO for Stomach healthy Use 30 Name Street address City State Probable destination CALIFORNIA r