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J I r tI j4f Jott dI1 itili tir I Ji THE FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanctyd I YOL XXYIILF FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 12 mOb NOl 49 1F yl McCLURES I Clearance Sale v After an unusually good summer season we find ourselves stirwith quite a few goods which we do not wish to carry over to I next season We are today cutting the prices on these goods to an extent that will cause them to move out quicklyI The prices are for cash Clothing s 15 Summer Suits 10 Into the sale go all of our mens fancy two n piece and quite a number of threepiece Suits rinlight colors all of this seasons make all 10KtI 20 Summer Suits 15 r This lot includes all our finest light color threepieceSuitspatterns until next season Most of these are the grays so popular this season Regular 20 values and a few that sold at 22 and 25 Mens and young mens sizes IOrand 12 Coats and Pants L 3 750 AH our fcoons and young mens summer weight Coats and Pants worth 10 and 12 are 750 in this sale Alterations will be charged foriat these prices ffl I Straw Hats wt Any StrawHat in our store that sold for price25e at two for 25c Underwear Ramie and J LinenfMesh Underwear worth 6 a Suit 8 in this sale I ShirtsIwith cuffs attachedI r S ARM BROKEN A little child of Mr Chas t an employe of the Frank fqrt Chair Co was so unfortunates to fall Monday afternoon and break an arm Surgical attention was at onoe rendered t e APPOINTED HEALTH OFFICER l I Mr Wm Hayden has been ap pointed Health Officer to see that the orders of the Board of Health and City Physician J Lampton fTfice area obeyed and proper sanitary j measures taken to prevent disease by cleaning up private premises I lj J PNL t iLil At Half Price Oxfords Mens 5 and 6 Oxfords 350 Whats left of our stockof mens fine Ox fords goes in the sale at 850 Tan calf and kid 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 calfand kid and patent leathers Boys Oxfords Prices on all boys Oxfords and and shoes re duced as follows 8 grade now 224 250 grade now 189 2 grade now 1- 04Womens Oxfords Laird Sohober Cos Oxfords 849 The finest made of course These are in black gunmetal calf and patent kidand tan calf and kid some turn and some welt soles all this seasons styles and worth regulalry 5 now 849- S3 f 00 Womens Cxfords 224 Nearly all of these are tans sailor and Gib son ties turn and welt soles Also one lot of patent leather button Oxfords with gray tops all sizesAny a 2 50 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 anyone lot but your size in some one of the styles Varions small lots not mentioned at veryattractive prices r RKMcCLURESON 212214 Clair Street Frankfort Ky ter Westinghouse l PRETTY BADLY HURT While returning from Lexington in a buggy on Sunday night Mr Aloxundor Bowles was thrown from the vohiale by the horse ruining away am badly out over the left eye and otherwise bruised up- Dr C A Fish rendered proper surgical attention Mr Bowles is an employe of Mr Goo H Stehlin the big furniture dealer nulneLaxativefee TOMtiy tit CMtf a eejd IB 1Iftf JI rwJI REAFFIRMED FORMER DECISION On Tuesday last Judge Paynter handed down a decision dissolving an injunction issued by Circuit Judge Parker of Lexington to pre vent the assessment of funds invested in government bonds held by four Lexington National Banks This decision is simply an affirm ation of his former decision on this point APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR The Capital Trust Co recently organized has been appointed ad minlstrator of the estata of the late Dr J Si Demaree kf r J HEALTH OFFICIALS TO IM PROVE CITYS SANITATION August 1905 To the Citizens of Frankfort Whereas the open door policy toward the South inaugurated by the State Board of Health of Kentucky has made it necessary that the greatest precautions for the pro teotion and preservation of health be taken it is the desire of this Board that the citizens of Frank fort and vicinity give us their hearty cooperation in our efforts to bring about the most perfect san- Itary condition possible in this city Therefore the citizens are re quested and directed to take Immediate steps to remove all nuis ances and sources of disease out all weeds from their premises dis infect outhouses drain or empty nil places that may become breeding grounds for disease germs and lend every assistance possible to pre serve the highest state of sanitary welfare in our city thereby induc ing such greatly needed health re forms oj will not only prevent yel low fever from appearing among us but will lesson typhoid diph theria and other diseases that are prevalent at this season of the year and which are the cause of such n large anti needless death rat every year ngnlnstIwa s This is a most fruitful source of deadly disease germs and should be guarded against with all vigi lanceA policeman has been as signed by the Mayor to assist the Health Officer in making a house to house inspection and his orders as to sanitation must be followed to the letter under penalty of prosecution By order of the City Board of Health of Frankfort Ky C A FISH O F THOMPSON LAMPTON jCommittee S E JAMES M D President of Board of Health L7AST tZABears the ctluH IOFF FOR CAMP The Martin Guards under corn theILon IOire and fngIof Kentucky National Guards loft Sunday night on a special train for the Camp of Instruction at P4 ajIOther companies of the regiment nighthoundThe Second Regiment Band look- Ing natty in their new uniforms wont also to make music for thei boys e CONTRACT AWARDED The contract for rebuilding the warehouse for the Frankfort Broom Factory on Friday last to Messrs Wells and Scott It is to cost 801 Viand will be a very complete building e BIG EXCURSION PARTY rho good steamer Falls City a TuesIdacity and visited all points of inter est before proceeding on their way ateTAKE KODOL AFTER EATING After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of indigestion Kodol is guarfnIteedsia gas on the stomach weak heart sour risings bad breath and All stomach troubles Sold by J W Gayle fr4 J Moving RapidlyarM Many wise economical women are taking advantage of the big bargains in SHIRT WAIST SUITS TAILORMADE SUIT AND SKIRTS Ve still have a good as aortmedt to select from The Shirt Waist Suits are SO Cheap that most any one can afford to lave another comfortable new dress while the weather is so warmIf are going away on a vacation this is a grand opportunity to supply your wardrobe eEVERY TAILORMADE SUIT SHIRT WAIST SUIT SILK SUIT TAILORED SKIRT In our store greatly reducedAlso big reductions in Rain Coats and Black Silk Coats Just received a shipment of White Lawn Waists 1special value 100 yd Cr KAGIN BRO AT BRIDGE SHOOTING AT HICKMAN HILL IThe colored contingent held a basket meeting at Hi ok man Hill 1Iuda row and the inevitable gun play was the result Ben Turner was shot by Lewis Thompson and he tin turn was shot by Turner and a bystander by the name of Wheelerrwas shot in the foot Turners wound was a very serious one the ball having pierced the right cheat Thompsons wound was in the Ogroin ous but was luckily not danger 1 The shootists had their wounds aluclHOdIA white roan by the name of Wood a citizen of Shelby Jcounty wont to Lebanon Baptist Church about a year ago when drunk and became boisterous and profane A warrant was sworn for disturbing religious worshipt1ho man eluded arrest for the year but becoming careless he came horn Monday and was imme jdiatoly arrested and fined 20 and costs by Judge Polsgrove tDr Weavers Syrup and Cemfa- tooHtifal tmtaMBt for Mood and lkl dlmtMb PERSONAL visitingaAttorney Goo C Webb of Lox ington was in the city Tuesday Mrs Jas S Darnell visited in Louisville this week Mr Mason P Brown left Tuesday for French Lick Springs Ind Miss Cordelia Kendall loft Thursday for Covington to visit friends Misses Anne and Emily Thomas nave gone to Jamestown R 1 Miss Alice Farmer left Monday for a visit to friends in Virginia Miss Rebecca Avnrill has re turned from a visit to Harrodsburg f Miss Junnie McKee is visiting 0 friends in Lexington 1jMiss Una Wright is the guest of Ashurst in Georgetown Mrs John P Hanley visited in Cincinnati this week Mr iHomer Shelton visited friends in Midway this week Mrs Austin Robinson is visiting i relatives in Shelbyvilie Miss Maria Dupuy is visiting rel atives in Harrodsburg Judge S W Hnger wife and sons ore at Point an Pines Mich tk Miss Irma Labrot left yesterday Cincinnatir4Mr W W Boyetto of Woodford county was here county court day Versaillestwas Mr L P Hulette of Louisville was in the city on Monday Mr Huston Wood made a buss ness trip to Louisville this week Judge Ben V Smith of Somer set was in the city this week Mr Jas E Henton of Woodford county was here on Monday Mr Nat Stone of Versailles was in the city county court day Mr Ben Utterback Sr of Louis vllle was a visitor here this week 1 Rev John H Burdin of Mt Eden was in the city on Monday Mr John B Dryden Jr visited in Paris on Saturday spendingherMiss Eliza Newton is visiting in Harrodsburg Miss Ida Roberts who has been Christlansburghas Mr Claude Boles Auditor of the F C Ry Co visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Alex W Maoklln and Mr David Nicol have gone to join the Chippewa Club in Wisconsin Mr Mackenzie R Todd left Mon day for a business trip to New York City Mrs Harry T Bacon and children are visiting relatives in Louis villeMrs W E Hunt and daughter Miss Sallie of Greenville Miss are visiting relatives here s Misses Chiiin have returned from RichmondColmorning for Wayne county and thence tcr Chattanooga Tenn Mrs Samuel D Todd is visiting aMrs David Todd at Todds Point Shelby county Miss Fannie Heuton of Cure Texas is the guest of Miss Spioie Belle South at Excelsior Institute Miss Willye Land is visiting her Brother Mr Grover Land in Pa ducah Miss Freddie Kaltenbrun has re turned from a visit to relatives in Louisville daughterIills Richard Morris at Linwood Mr Walker Stephens an old Frankfort man hut now of Kansas CityMo is visiting relatives here Jndfo J H Hazelrigg made a trip to Richmond on legal busi ness this week Mr Marvin D Avorill wife children are visiting relatives a Hurrodsburg Mrs Mary C Haycraft has re turned from a trip to Greenville Miss- Miss Willnnna Smith after a short visit to Mrf John W R Wil liams loft Monday for Capo May Misses Em lino and Honeywood Willis of Shelbyvillo wore guests of Misses Posoy Todd street this Mrs Albert Umethun and laugh have gone to Unlontown their rrtoyshome to visit friends Miss Ruth Robinson has returned front a visit to her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad Mrs Hoppell of Cincinnati 0 is visiting her daughter Mrs Samr South on the South Side reI1 Miss Bertha H Coke of Louis yule is visiting relatives in this city and county Mr E L Samuel and wife and Dr j S Ely left Monday for a visit to Olympian Springs lZt i Mr Jas A Sullivan and wife are visiting friends at the Forks of ElkhornMiss Maude Whitehead is the guest of Mrs J R Savage at Win chesterDr T Bryan and wife of Louisville visited her mother Mrs M A Murphy this week Mr Foster and wife of Now Albany Ind wore guests of Mrs Susan Bridgos this week Mrs Walker Huss of Shelbyvillo who has been the guest of Mrs W S Farmer returned home Monday Mrs Andrew Norwood of Louisville is the guest of Mr John H TriplettMr Scott of Lexington was the guest of his sister Mrs Guy H Briggs this city Miss Lucy M Chinn has returned from a visit to her cousin Miss faro T Holmes in Eminence Mrs Jas M Saffell who has been the guest of relatives in Lexington has returned home Mr Ferd VanDervHer of Cincin nati was the guest of relatives here this week Attorney Hugh Riddell and Mr J K Roberts of Estill county were here this week Capt Julian Kersey and wife of Louisville visited relatives hero this week vlsitIngherLexingtonMrs L Franklin is visiting her daughter Mrs Jas N Mites in Lexington Mrs Ben T Farmer of Cincin MarySmithMiss Ossa Boyd of Carlisle who has been the guest of Miss Clifford Hazelrigg has returned home Miss Ruth Bryan of Covington was the guest of Miss Jennie Gaines this week Mrs S M Saufley is visiting her parents Mr S H Baughman and wife at Stanford Miss Agnes Brown of Louisville whr has been the guest of Miss Nan Hammond has returned home Mrs Hughes and daughter Franklin La are guests of Mrs Mary Smith Third Avoune Miss orCnmpbell visited OrphanSchool Miss Clara Scott who has been the guest of Miss Nora Paynter at Lawronoeburg has returned home Mrs Walter Harper is visiting the family of Capt S M Gaines in West Virginia famJ1yhavefor a visit Mrs Walter Merchant left Monday for Hamilton Ohio to visit relatives Mondayforher home for the future Mrs C S Whitehead lef Tuesday for Pittsburg Penn to visit friendsRev A C Honsley and Mrs Mary C Hensles of Versailles wore in the city Tuesday Maj Henry S Julian of Kansas City M visited his sister Mrs Geo W Chinn this week Mrs Morgan Chinn and children are guests of her parents Mr W K Cardwojl and wife in Harrodsburg- Mrs Dell Gaines Tanner has re turned from a visit to friends in LouisvilleMr Hirth of Louisville is the guest of Mr Theodore OH Samuels Fourth Avenue StampIngday Mr Howard Walters of Chicago Ills was the guest of his brother Mr Joan H Walters thiswoek Dr Howard Jwtt and daughter Miss Mamie of Cy nth hum aro visiting relatives here Miss Hettio Colonial of Jeffor sonville Tnd Is the guest of Mrs A G offers on the Georgetown pike Capt Thos J Hardin of Mon inusttness Judge J Smith HnRof Win chester was the guest of iris brother Gon N B Hays this week Mr Carl Kagin loft Tuesday for New York City to hey the stock for the two big stores o Kngin Bros Mr W In Posoy has moved his law odlco into tho Trust Co build ing corner Main anti St Clair streets ofIMr W S Farmer and wife left for homo on Monday Miss Lula Robertson of Eliza beth Jwn who has beun the guest of Judge J P Hobson has returned home Miss Emily Willis of Nicholas yule who has boon the guest of PoseyhnsMrs Blanche Green non Ken dall of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs C rdolia Kendall on Broadway Miss Annie T Lodridgo was called to Mt Sterling by the seri ous illness of her sister Mrs M Hainlino daugllt1r1I1sswho have been guests of relatives hero have returned home Mr J W Kennedy and son Dy SalemFordvilie to visit relatives Dr G W Bryan and wife of theirdaughterweek MissJuliettJas N Miles in Lexington this weekMrs J N Current Miss Eliza beth Current and Mr Oscar F Cur ofMrsMrs Martha Lillard of Law renoeburg was the guest of her andMrsdaughterguests of Mrs S T Leayy on MondayMr Dessoir MarTager of the American Press Association Cincinnati made us a pleasant call Wednesday OhlcagoIllsMrs B B Jeffers has returned home Mr Sam D Johnson and wife en tertained on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr John Simrall and wife of Lexington Dr D L Ringo and wife of Portsmouth Ohio are guests of streetMiss Sam B Thomas and wife MrI Lettie Stoll of Louisville was the truest of her cousin Miss Florrie Rodman Campbell street this week Mrs Frank Henry of Louisville daughterturned home Miss Kautz of Evansville who has been the guest of Miss Carrie Solbert has gone to Cincinnati to visit friends ofZireonvillemother Mrs Virginia this week OrlttendenI Mr Will A Lewis man Tenn came here Saturday and took his wife and boy home with him Monday morning Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Oldham county RipleyGulfportMissGeurgetown were guests of Mrs L B Weisenburgh Jr this week PIttsburgPennhere this week returning home Wednt1sdayIMr Thos Benson Newman and wife are spending a two weeks vacation visiting friends near tho Forks of Elkhorn Miss Isabel Tobin who has been the guest of Miss Sidney Crutcher near the Forks of Elkhorn nas re turned home Mr Paul C Barth candidate for Mayor of Louisville on the Demo cratic ticket was a visitor here MondayMrs Alstrom and child and Miss Ida Alstrom of Baltimore Md are guests of Mrs John W Payne Conway street Mr John C Davis and wife of Lakeland and Mr Hubert Pul liam of Nelson county were guests of Miss Mary Davis Broadway Miss Frank T Innes of New York City who has been visiting her mother Mrs H B Innes in this county has returned home Miss Flora Belle Shepard who has been the guest of Misses Scott at Indian Rook has gone to Shel byvillo to visit friends Mrs G M Roach and Mrs Dye of Greenville Miss are guests of Miss Ruby Armstrong at Bridge portMiss Susie Berryman ol Louis yule who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Geneviovo Posey has gone to Nioholasvlllo to visit relatives Mr John A Robinson of Louis ville and Mr Forrest Robinson of Waddy are guests of Mr J A PiforfMessrs Hogo Hewitt have moved their insurance oflloo into tho rooms recently vacated by Mr W H Pose over the ofllco of Mr John W Rodman furyHwlAbbott JIlloft Thursday for Lou isville of Mr Alex JohnsonMrs E Bradley and sons William and Udolpho have gone to Now Albany Ind to spond tho MrsUdolpaMrs Will A Lewis and son Will A Jr who have boon guests of her John N CrntchorpnrentHlCol and for their home at Harriman Torin on Monday morning ti iJ a 4 1 rrj Mr1JKnights of Columbus at their home on Elks Place Thursday evening Mr Gus Lafontaino tho accomplished chef furnished tho refresh ments Miss Mae Hockonsmith enter tained un Thursday August 10th at the home of bur rnthrInear the Forks of Elkhorn WodIdIestanding the inclement weather a delightful time was had Dainty refreshments were served greatly enjoyed by the young poo pie present CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children Ths Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- S1iUaturo of DONT FORGET IT We would again call attention to the personallyconducted excursion to Niagara Falls Toronto etc by Mr Dan M Bowman editor of the Woodford Sun It is scheduled to start on Thursday August 17 Editor Bowmar is a jolly good fellow thoroughly qualified to m nilage such a trip and secure everything advertised for those who may go Has had large experience in the management of personally conducted excursions- DISTINGUISHED AABLE MAN DIESj We regret to learn that our old time and honored friend Hon James H Dorman of Owenton Ky died in Texas on Wednesday lust Mr Dorman was chivalrous up right and honorable Christian Hun disImanyJlyeRrS FARM FOR SALE Farm located on Peaks Mill and Owenton turnpikes about three and onehalf miles from Frankfort It contains about 78 acres all in grass except about twelve or fifteen acres in corn and tobacco A never BarnIshed room for two vehicles in tho barn Brick house and out build ings Sell for all cash or onehalf down and payments one two and three HAHNIVersailles pike at C L Hahns store 49tf FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Throe qunrters of a trifle from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf WANTED GOOD FARM We have a friend who wishes to buy a good farm on pike well lo improvorfor sale can Mud a responsible purchaser by calling at this office 471 m I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by the thrughIMadisonville August 15 days Danville August 2J days Harrodsburg August 84 days Yuan Crook August 154clays Shepherdflville August 154d- ays Lawrenceburg August 15 dnys Vanceburg August 10Iclays Guthrio August 17 8 days Shelbyvillo August 224 days Springfield August 284 days Nicholasville August 29 8 daysBardstown August 804 days Florence August nO4 days Eliabethtown September 58c- lays Glasgow September 64 days Ky State Fair September 18 0 days Henderson September 266d- ays Falmouth September 27 4 days OwbnsBoro October 105 days t ltf fjtr Jl tlAND tNewilfOR cONSUMPTION G0c100 Free Price Trial I Iand Quickest Cure for All ISurest and LUNG TROUBror MONEY BACK I3isfRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OH UROHRevA B Chinn ret tor Sunday August 18 x t11 a in Morning Prayer fl80 a m Sabbath School inthey1 chapel S 780 p m Evening Prayer r Ny Wednesday i780 p m Evening Prayer j Il Fridayi750 p in Bible Study X J Teachers Meeting at 716 pmrv The public cordially invited toy attend 1 iCpreach at a m t No evening service 1tr fSundayschool at 080 a m in fthe chapel t Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Prayermeeting Wednesday even 7i Jug at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society has adjourned 1 summer5Everybody 4LowLow Mass at 10 a in V Sundayschool at 2 p m FiVespers at 780 p m 1 i CEDA R CHAPEL Protractedr 1 meeting will continue for one t week longer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pas tor having returned from his vaca tion will preach at 11 a m and 8 y- rpm rSundayschool at 946 a m in thuI chapel Baraca Class at945 n m Taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 715 p m Prnyermeetln on Wednesday kVisitors a free j FIRST PRESBYTERAN IrCHURCH Rev A H Flemingsburg Ky will preacLat 11 m t tNo evening service tSundayschool at 980a rn i ttlanPrayermeeting Wednesday even in at 780 in fVisitors cordially welcomed 11WlnKnLeestown Mission Chapel every Sunday at 780 oclock A prayermeeting will be held on f Thursday evening at 780 Thesewservi6es will continue through the summer lJ k t METODISfT CHUROHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 780 p m t Morning subject Conscience fIts Nature and Authority IEvening subject Looking For a Man Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 pm jfPrayermooting on Wednesday ffevening at pm Everybody invited to attend f i SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN HURCH Rnv Wm Crowe tho x pastor having returned from his s vacation preach at 11 a in + P ISUllllaEN ROUTE HOME tf1 Rev 0 R Hudson pastor of the lChristian Qhurch of this city who has been touring Europe for soy oral months sets sail for home today will roach NowYork City on the 20thand will como immediately home m r CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to ann6unc8 Mr KENNER TAYLOR as candidate for Mayor of the cifeyj of Frankfort subject to the notion of the Deinoorfltio party Election November 1905 20te f t I r fo BIRTHS HARRODIn this city on Tluirs day to Officer H Davis Harrod t andwirea daughter GREATLY ENJOYED The picnic dinner given by Salvation Army to the podr chilI dren and their mothers of the city at Cove Spring Park on 1Thursday was greatly enjoyed There was an abundance of burgoo substantiate lomonade ice cream and cakes The weather was in clement but did not prevent the little ones having a good time in the big pavilion and otherwise The street car company furnished the transportation free OA RQa d rt Attention is called to the advertisement of Mr L B Marshall lit Secretary of the Board of Eduoa tipn inviting bids for erecting the I new high school building on the white city school lot MAGNIFICENT SERMONSJ i p Two fine congregations had the t i privilege of listening te two mag tnifcont sermons preached by Rev r Millard D D of Atlanta ri GM at the First Baptist Church of fithis city last Sunday r Millard married a Shelby c county girl and is well known to many persons in this city He is a young man and a preacher of splen did ability We have heard many i encomiums upon his sermons from 1alldenominationsfirEXRKPRESENTATIVE kl KILLED J The second Representative in the last Legislature to meet a violent f death WAS Representative Sam C Black of Mercer county who was j killed oft Thursday last at Har f f rodsburg by a policeman named j N Wm Brittou t I The first killed was Representa r tive A B Howard of Perry f county PRIMARY CHANGED fr l f The Democratic City Committee tr met on Thursday and changed the time of holding the primary elec tion for city officers front Monday t Sopya eIt OATOEl A t rfilpatve ntl1e II ef A Bandit August Items= TAILORED SKIRTSIn all light colored or White Mohairs at onehalf price 500 for 1000 Skirts aCO for 600 Skirts 50cFor 100 ManLike Waists in nice quality Madras i r 79c White Duck Skirts with black ring 7cFor Cheviot Skirting good colors strong serviceable worth lOc W S FARMER MARRIED BRADYCOLLINSIn NOW Ha ven on Saturday Mr Winford Brady and Miss Corn Collins both of tills city were married- CONWAYTRAOY In this city on Monday Mr John Allen Conway and Miss Hattie Tracy were married by Rev John H Burdin SMITHADAMSIn this city on Thursday Mr Chas F Smith and Miss Otie Adams wore married SHEARERJETTIn Louisville on Thursday Mr David Shearer of Charlpston W Va and Miss Myrtle Jott of this city were marred Mr Shearer is a fine young man His bride is one of Frankforts nicest girls a daughter of Mrs Vir ginia Jett They will make their home in West Virginia CAPT GERVIAS H STONE DEAL After long of suffering from the effects of wounds received in battle while serving in the South ern army Capt Gervias H Stone of Louisville passed away on Thursday Capt Stone was for merly clerk at the local poniten tlary Ho was a brave gentle and kindly man He leaves two daughters Mrs Ed George of this city and Mrs Ira DoHaven of Louisville and three sons Messrs Edward Robert and Gervias Jr of Louis yule to mourn his death His passing away was a blessed relief from suffering The remains were brought here yesterday and buried in our cemetery SPLENDID RAINS On Sunday Monday and Thursday of this week we were blessed with gentle soaking in rains which caused the farmers to smile again and the common people to bless the Giver of all Good11 RETURN FROM VACATION Rev Wm Crowe pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church returned Thursday from Winona been1spendinghis pulpit tomorrow Rev M B Adams D D pastor of the First Baptist Church of this city haa returned from his months vacation spout in Fleming and Mason counties He will fill his pupit tomorrow YELLOW FEVER SITUATION The whole country is looking with unabated anxiety at the situ ation in New Orleans La with regard to the yellow fever The total number of cases has reached about 700 or over with a total death rate of about 120 While the death rate is low yet the outlook is not favorable n The disease at first was confined to the French section of the city below Canal street but it has steadily worked its way into the better Archbishop Chappelle is one of the most distinguished of the vic timsThe Federal government has taken charge of affairs and strange to say has found that quite a num ber of physicians notwithstanding the stringent laws on the subject have concealed the fact that they had yellow fever patients thus helping to spread the disease This accounts for the apparently large number of iew patients de the energetic measures the government is enforcing is hoped to stay the ravages of the dread destroyer as was dono at Havan nah and Santiago Cuba FOR SALE U5 TONS of SHEAF OATS now in barn Phone 8100 East Tennessee 46tf J W SHACKLEFOBD SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Haute Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANn SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fu ture Get the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment the train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY r OLD TAYLORi J 1TSE PREMIER I h K EN T U C K Y 1 1HISKEYr E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprltor e Frankfort Kentucky f it For Late in the Season BuyingY SHIRTING LENGTHS20c to oOc in Madras or Cheviots just right lengths for shirts YOU NEEDA new Purse or land Bag for your vacation trip we have the new shapes in all colors See the highclass new styles OcFor full Bleached and Taped Ladies Vests regular lOc quality Remember every Friday is Special Remnant day with us SeashoreOuting Old Point ComfortC ROUTE Chesapeake Ohio R- ySaturday August 1205 1200 Lexington Mt Sterling and Morehead Special Vestibuled Train leaves Lexington 740 pm The famous Virginia Springs Historic City of Richmond delightful Old Point Comfort and Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Oqean View Virginia Beach on the broad 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 New River alongside the picturesque Green brier River through the Alleghanies and the wonderful Blue Ridge Mountains tje beautiful Shenrian doah mind Piedmont Valleys SURF BATHING BOATING AND FISHING Can be enjoyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will be granted East of Kauawha Falls on the return trip enabling visit to the famous Virginia Mountain Re sorts and other points of interest on the C O Railway Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via LyifOhburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Good Returning Until August 26 Engage Sleeping Car Space Now Inquire of your agent for full par ticulars or vrlteIWm S Bronson Asst Gen Pas Agent Washington D OIH W Fuller Gen Washington D KyR G W Barney OIville Ky U E Doyle General Manager NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 8 Rills for whole building and also for separate parts of building will be received until 10 oclock a m Thursday August 81 1005 for the construction of a threestory 12room brick schoolhouse Plans and specir flcations can be seen at the oilluo of L L Oberwarth the architect or by calling on the undersigned The right is reserved to reject any and all bids Address all com munications and bids to L B Marshall Secretary Board of Edu cation Frankfort Ky 492t Ji 4 t f Hf 4 o III August Flower keeps the children healthy and strongPull r and frolic the whole day long So when Mamma needs more they off in high glee And shout to the druggist Please give it to metInability to get brisk and fresh in lack of appetite muddy complexion and poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach and bad digestion in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent needr 4 of taking Greens August Flower regu larly for a few days flits a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation and is a natural tonic for tt Two sizes 25c and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gaylet IDAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats s Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamer of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dallyat after arrival of ySuadategoounlimitedroundtripras Excursion SiSundqa delightful two days trip only f 00 mewud berth extra Spiciat Ttafer 10 Sochtttj Close connections at Detroit with steam en for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc nearestRailroada r eiEuimi ngr w totosNDJ AM a cmovr rouoe a Illinois Central Seventh River Louisville lotJeans940 102LfIin r NoI2JLeBcsi208mm ateI18ELeavestoHodgenviUeSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Dally THefranfcfortRouQilaDQiit Entered nthc postofHce nt Frankfort Kentucky secondclass mailuble matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 12 1905 NEW YORK COMPANY AWARDED CON TRACT t The Board of Capitol Commis sioners after two days considera XLtion of the largo number of bids fo tho construction of the new Cap Itol awarded the contract to the Genoral Supply and Construction Co of New York at tho price of 880000 the work to bo completed in two years The bids ran all the way from the contract prico as above to 1441000 distributed among some twentyfive bidders Bids for portions of the work wero not considered- Bedford Ind stone is the ma tonal to be used the Kentucky stone being found more expensive than it is Of course now there will be a number of subcontractors under i the principal but the State will y have no dealing with then directly 1 ITEMS OF IMPROVEMENTS Mr Frank D Clark has awarded the contract for his new house Mr W L Graham was the success bidderMr Wallace is building a brick cottage on his North St f Clair street lot Mrs Margaret Sohlosser has pur chased from Mr Sam Watson and wife a house and lot in Thorn Hill for 1600 Miss Ruby Maoklin is building a brickand frame cottageon Arling ttpp Heights East Main street Mr R A Brawner contractor Owing to the large number oft buildings being erected in this city It Is almost impossible to obtain the services of a mechanic for small jobs w tt NEW ROAD SUPERINTEND ENTS The following new road superin tendents were appointed this week Price Mitchell road No 80 lead ing from bridge near OBannon Sudduths to the Parmelia Quire placeJohn Bradley road No 65 from Bridgeport and Benson pike near James Riddells to Big Benson at railroadWilliam Heaton road No 83 from Lawrenceburg pike to Card veIls ferry COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court day Notwithstanding the inclom out weather of the morning there was a largo crowd in the city Quite a number of cows and waives horses mules and sheep were sold though the prices real ized on every thing except horses was rather low There is a steady demand for good saddle and buggy horses at very remunerative prices Those having good horses can always find a market for them in this city oMONDAYS BLAZE At 610 on Monday afternoon an alarm from box 17 called the do partment to the residence of Mr 1 K Knight on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Conway streets where ai spark from a defective flue caused damage to the roof of the kitchen to the extent of 15 or Prompt assistance from neighbors pre vented a more serious damage We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restoring appetite of giving new c strength to the tissues especially t to the nerves its action is that of a medicine Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chesdt b tog4rs Parr Street New York 5ocTlndJioo all druggists Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large percentage trace the cause directly to It is a germ disease and makes a direct attack upon nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If laGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with loss lack of energy insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normalactivity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those who have suffered from that dreaded diseaseLaGrippe I suffered sev eral weeks with It and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in shape or form I suffered almost death and nna ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief huiltup shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to say each and every one has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping Ithis will bentfitsom oor sufferer I MRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Send for free book oo Nervous and Heart Diseases Addict Dr tides Medical Co Elkhart lad A NEW PLAN BY WHICH THE BURLEY DISTRICT CAN CONTROL PRICES The farmers of Owon county have hit upon the only sensible feasible plan to control the price of burley tobacco That plan is simply the cutting out of the 1906 crop At first blush this may seem to some a sui cidal policy but a simple calculation will prove its wisdom if no burley tobacco is grown in 1006 the 1005 crop will bring as much as both There is every prospect that the present crop will excel in quality and quantity any previous yield in the last decade The mo ment it is saved and preparations are begun for the 1906 crop the to bacco trust will lay out its plan of campaign and sit back in its den to gloat over the millions of fools who are willing to contribute to its already overflowing coffers It is time for the farmers to quit work ing for the tobacco trust As long as the market is supplied with an abundance of the weed so long will the farmers continue at the mercy of the hungry octopus Its greed has known no bounds It has grown to such mighty propor tions that every branch of our commercial life flows into its avaricious and greenly stomach This was shown by the failure of the Growers Association In 1901 The very money that was promised by Eastern capitalists to finance the deal was Trust money They promised just enough to keep the farmers in a state of expectancy The plan was to make them pitch a big crop for 1005 Then came a hitch in the negotiations New conditions were imposed as fast as past agreements were fulfilled and finally came failure Every farmer knows the consequence of that fail ure and feels its effects The price of tobacco took a sudden leap down ward Confidence passed from the grower and sat demon like upon the head of the trust It was a dis oou aging hopeless situation for the producer Pending negotia tions farmers everywhere held their tobacco at a handsome price When the failure came they fell over each other in their scramble to sell at any price The Continental Tobacco Company never planned a more successful and din bolical coup The present plan of the Growers Association is deemed imprac ticable if not wlioly impossible flrImersThis plan can never enlist the con fidence of the people and without this failure will attend its every stop Owen County farmers hrfvq determined and wisely so to pullout of the old organization The plan they suggest is one that Involves no expense No appeal has to be made to Eastern capital ists Their dealings are all with themselves and among themselves and no traitors are to be allowed in the camp If the plan iu adoptdd success is bound to attend it Fail ure could not possibly come A certain amount of tobnoco must bo had and had at any price Farmers could demand that price and the manufacturers would bo forced toi give it The plan furnishes a great opportunity to farmers Their farms could be rested and improved for one year their attention turned to grass grain and stock raising and their bodies rested from the slavish wearing strain that a tobacco crop always occasions The question is Will the farmers do it If sev entyfive per cent of them say they will and stick to it the world and the fullness thereof is theirs It costs them nothing to try The plan is feasible It is practicable inexpensive and certain Cotton growers in the South have tried it and it proves a success Why not you Owensboro NewsHerald I DR G W NORMANS- PECIALIST Office Farmers Flat New Phone 449 491m OFF FOR NIAGARA A merry party consisting of Dr Flora Mastin Misses Emma Payne Pattie Thomas Mary Jptt Bertha Talbott Nealsene Bashford Lilian Todd Mrs T R Todd Mrs Geo- M Brook and Messrs Walter Jef fers George Brook Tom Hudson and Basil Kenney left Saturday morning over the F C and Big Four for Niagara Falls Toronto etcThey will have a grand time lit OA XOEIiA Ieantb A Bout 4 IN MEMORIAM Mrs Martha Rodgers passed quietly away last Saturday morn ing at 415 at the home of her daughter Mrs W J Soottow after monthsShe age being the oldest member of the Indian Fork Baptist Church in Shelby county having united with thaj church in early girlhood She was a faithful consistent Christian She leaves two sisters and a brother her husband having preceded her to the grave a few years ago and two daughters Mrs W J Scottow and Miss Alice Rod gers Truly a good woman has gone to her rewardIe She rosteth from her labors and her works do follow her rho funeral services took place at the Indian Fork Church last Sunday morning and she was laid to test to await the resurrection morn ADJUDGED INSANE One Walker Bradshaw a colored convict sent up from Jessamine county for twentyone years for manslaughter was adjudged of un sound mind in the county court on Tuesday and ordered taken to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum at Lex ingtonBradshaws hallucination is that some one is trying to chloroform him He was taken to Lexington on Wednesday THAN1KSI We have been placed under obligations to Mr Henry Wright of Farmdalo for a nioejhomegrown watermelon It was very Trice and sweet He will please accept our thanks for his kindly courtesy 1 Mr Wright is bringing his melons totown for sale right along but he says his crop i3 a very short one this year as the weather was too wet at the growing time DANGEROUS AND UNCERTAIN For sunburn totter and all skin and scalp disease DoWitts Witch vo has no equal It is a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a soar Boils old sores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by J W Gayle Ite DR R M COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 103m r u oIk1r Pleasant to luxer d 4 1 Laxative Jfi Syrup1S4 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION 111 Ask Your Doctor r- 11 r And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts arl the best medicines for Constipation as they bring bout a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts trJ are irritating to the intestines t1 LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and e i table Compound and If used in ConstIpation WIll bnngt WSickBloated Feeling etc I i t Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better that 4tany other you have triedi if ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE r II J ll Tobacco Bellows Blowers 1 Hoes Forks Spades fk Cradles and Fingers 5 Scythes and Snatches A f Scythe Stones Wheelborrows r Thresher Machine OilkTarpaulins 1 Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches fmt FRANK GI STAGG Ii J f J Hardware Paints Oils E teI Ji J1 t 1fi i State College of Kentucky l Lexington Kentucky 4i f itr t The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural 2 Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineeringt t and Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and r leads to a degree Post graduate studios are also provided leading tto a masters degree uuuu course of study is organized udder a Iter separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors fr ftUghtThe laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modem The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Bothabuildings are completed and In use Military tactics and science aro 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 t of the ability of the College to supply Specialists with the necessary number of assistants havat charge f of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering Instruction in science and in arts f The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto tho title of college is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work Th completion of the College home for young women provides facilities for good board end lodging It is equipped with all modern conveniences 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 thorough education in classic modern language literature science mathematics logic metaphysics history and political economy No other Institution In the State offers advantages for educntloa l of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms pf admission apply to JA8 PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins September 14 1905 43td Li fljfY KENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIR 6 AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IIIN PREMIUMS 25000 6 STOCKst ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 3 3 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions ri the Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address k GZSO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky RACING AT STATE FAIR Those Who Attend Kentuckys Big State Fair Will be Well Oared For Sealed bids for privileges at the State Fair which will be heldat I Lexington September 18 to 23 were opened Thursday by Secretary George A Bain There were pres ent beside Seceetary Bain President Frank G Hogan S T Harbi son Prof M A Scovell Desha Breokinrijlge and J S Estill of the Board of Control The success ful bidders were Popoorn N D Lawrence Lex- Ington Ky- MerryGoRoqndi W S Berry Versailles Ky- BallThrowing r William A Gard ner Mullensville Ky portKyHitching Bros Lexington Ky Peanuts T B Smalley Harrods burg Ky Soore Card and Souvenir Postal CardDulin Moss Lexington Ky Daily Program Guy Johnson Lexington Ky Ice Cream ConeWilliam Gardner Mullensville Ky v Orange Cider Hamberger and Knife Back Frank P Sherer In dinnapolis Ind Lemonade W T Weldoii Lexington Ky- Shooting GalleryD K John j sBon Georgetown Ky Toy Balloons John Den nnzlo Louisville Ky dandy and Chewing Gum WH Ham Biggerstair Lexington Ky f Fortune Telling Mrs C A John son Louisville Ky t r V j Glass EngravingHenry E Belt t Coumbus 0 The following privileges were not vlefc Iri Fruits Ice cream soda and niiii jl iI oral waters hokeypokey souvenir canes and whips badges and but + 1tOQS umbrellas and cane rack phr q4 gallery jewelry sale nov olty sale optician phonograph A L kinetoBcope ferris wheel boot f black barber feed store news de j pot photoscope candy floss name + Wplate machine bf these privileges can be set J Editor Roundaboutt When one gets Bnllards Obelisk Miles M K M Old theyItheir wheat and put it on the arket in firstclass shape while local malls are compelled to user that was harvested a4md- r threshed damp Wheat once wet firstJf JNOC E MILES I ji AGENT f IJA IN PREMIUMS cured by seeing Secretary Bain In letting the privileges Seore tary Bain and the members of theIBoard cf Control present took consideration the highest and best bid The daily attendance at theState Fair this year should average thousand a day which elJhtI 40000 people during the week IhWIWUtt Early wRlssrs TIle famw NttJe pins NOTICE The Sixth Annual Session of the TriCounty Institute composed of the counties of Woodford Scott and Franklin will meet in the Courthouse at Frankfort August 21st and continue five days All teachers of these counties and all friends to education are cordially invited to attend the full session Prof M O Winfrey of Middlesboro will be with us all the week as Instructor We will have free entertainments each evening during the week at he Courthouse August 21 8 p mMusical Under the direction of Miss Spioie Belle South August 22dMusicalLocal tal entAugust 28dL6otureBy Prof Booth Lowery August 24th LectureBy Prof Booth Lowery ATTENTION Those desiring to purchase small farm well located and in good condition are referred to the adver tisement of Miss Lizzie IHnhn in todays paper ITS Dr G W Norman practiced med icine thirty years is Henderson and Union counties enjoying a largo and lucrative business Wherp he is best known he is recognized as a physician of superior qualification being a most successful practi tioner especially so in his specialties having cured many who had peen pronounced incurable by emi nent doctors His advertisement appears in todays paper He has a fine suite of eight rooms in the Far mers Flat and is prepared to take care of patients from a distance a oCLIMATIC 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 much better at home by attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rout and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking regularlya warmer clime you that of the thousandsof consumptives there the few Who are benefited and regairi strength ard those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75o At all drug gists yr STAMPING GROUND After a long silence I send you a few Items from the Stamp Mrs Kate Bentley of Jackson Miss is the guest of her father Mr Thos Hook Lucky to get away from the South before the quaran tine closed exits Mrs H S Triplett is visiting relatives at Genevieve Ind Mr Joe Brock and wife of Lox ington were guests of Mr Alvin M Duvall this week Mr A M Duvall attended county court in Frankfort Monday Rev John A Head of Monterey filled tho Baptist pulpit on Sunday in the absence of Rev G W Hill who is conducting a meeting in Owen county A nice shower of rain on Monday helped the growing crops Died While visiting his daugh ter in Franklin county Mr James Lewis Riddle died aged til years He wasborn and lived most of his life in this county The funeral services wore conducted by Dr C L Ford on Sunday and the interment took place at Minorsville DiedOn August 1st Mr James B Kelly aged 76 years Mr Kelly was a good man universally re speuted by all who knew him He was twice married both wives being sisters He leaves two chil dren Miss Mattie Kelly and Mr J Alex Kelly to mourn his death He lvae a devout member of the Baptist Chuich Rev G W Hill his preached his funeral on- Welnesday afternoon and the re mains wore buried in the family burying groundIDr E H Black the venerable physician of Louisville now past bo years of age was a visitor here past week and was one of the hon orary pallbearers at the funeral of his friend Mr J B Kelly ICropil of all kinds are good but is needed just now to make them superfine A dbuble team of horses belong ing to Mr Miller Oldham were frightened by a C O train while in Midway Thursday ad ran away One of the horses was killed A pretty heavy loss UNO s- Mothers lose their dread for that terrible second summer when they have Df Fowlers Extract of Wild NaturesIevery sort FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES ONLY 50 cents to Georgetown and return August 18th and 20th Special train LAST EXCURSION TO ATLAN TIC CITY Via F C and Penna R R Fare for round trip 1485 Final limit 12 daysNIAGARA FALLS Via F C and Big Four Au gust 17th Via F C and Penna R R August 24th Round trip 980 Final limit 12 days- PHILADELPHIA AND RE TURN 1725 Round Trip Dates of sale September 18 14 15 Extreme limit October 6 0 W HAY General Passenger Agent THE PACIFIC COAST Do you want to live where tho climate is mild the year round ItIwhere business is gaud and capital finds profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast Special low rates via the Chicago Union Pacific Northwestern Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern 1rr lI C N W Ry Chicago for booklets and full information rKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 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 convince you Dr Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure al sickness duo to poisons of midi gusted foodor money back 25c at all druggists Try them SOOTHING AND COOLING The salve that heals without soar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy cheats such speedy re lief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A suie cure foe files and skin diseases De Witts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of counter felts they are dangerous Sold by J W Gayle I1t jII p J ti 1HOllIE ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Tell You All About It Home endorsement the public expression of Frankfort people disputeforneighbors i will carry more weight than the ut terances of strangers residing in followIngMrs Anna M Kavanaugh resid ToddStsnent benefit from all the different medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief for intense suffering I endured across the small of my hack seemingly centered in my kidneys I became dlsoouragedIntime my condition was so bad from congestion of the kidneys that my gotbetterthe dreadful misery in my back and an annoyance and distressing weakness of the I read the splendid testimonials about Doans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced me to make one more effort My grandson procured a box for me at J W Gayles drug store and to my most pleasant sur- prIse they gave me immediate relief and continuing thp treat remurkablyImproved For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffa lo N Y sole agents for the United StateSI e 9JIti bLumllRm BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATION r CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper AtIIioulxrfll THE ONYL WAY 1There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There throughtimebe kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour dyepepsinare are quickly oared DyspepsiaCureand strengthens the whole diges tlve apparatus J W Gayle Ordinary household accidents botIBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 j904ICars 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 in to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a in to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p in except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m forlGeorgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington four Paris at 1135 aIm Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates andabusiness and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys offiqe 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tf The JEM Milling Co Manufacturers of 1JE M- FLOUR Why try the rest Buy the best Thats J E M The flour that makes the bread that make the man jOF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS 0a For the benefit of passenger CSundayern Railway will hold its train an follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No9 at Louisville until 600 pm No 6 at Lexington until 480Ip m No 14 at Burgin until 410 k p 1 mAll interested will please befgoverned accordingly tf C 8r 0 TIME TABLE 80UTH NORTH No 1M No22A NofPII 1 it 1ItrankfortI 1PLT Louisville 880 BOE Sbelbnlllo 928 700 Frankfort 1018 h4t Ar Lexington 1116 81 THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information ri If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country d during the period of low ratea to Portland and California points aiewincludingBantldian Rockies a sea trip from VIc- toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol 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 Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all t information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long die youBothBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky 1000 NAND ERNU MICHIGAN The Popular Annual Outing to Mackinac and CharlevoixxThe Monon Route announces a repetition of its custom to sell yearly tickets to the delightful resort points in the Northern penin sula and Michigan at rates less from Louisville than is the fare A from Chicago The route is by way of Chicagoyand up Lake Michigan by tho su porb steel Steamship Manitou There will be no excursion but tickets for the celebrated Monon Routes Chicago Express and the a regular sailing of H 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 extraParticulars will be mailed by addressing 6E H Bacon D P A Monoi Route Louisville lAGONIZING B URNSI Are inttanfty relieved and per ArnioaSalve mykneeall over Buoklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed ic without a soar Also heels all wounds and sores 25u at all drug gists r St r a t is We a of i r t I are Ii t 307309 Main Both Phones Now the time for building BARNBIcarry complete stock V Crimp and Cqrrtigated STEEL ROOFINGRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll 11Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Screwrand Strap Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools unexcelled lr BEATHS PARTEEIn this city on Tues day Mrs Susan C Partee aged years and 2 months of the infirm sties due to ala 8 Mrs Partee was a quiet un assuming Christian woman re spected by all who knew her She I was a devout member of the First Baptist Church of this city She leaves two children Mr Elisha L Partee of Woodford oount ty and Mrs Annie Nowhouse of V this city a number of grandchildren and a wide circle of friends to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted by Rev John H Burdln oft the Baptist Church on Wednesday afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in our cemeterys RODGERSAt the residence of her daughter Mrs W J Scottow South Side on Saturday Mrs Mar tha Rodgers aged 78 yearsv Mrs Rodgers was a good a devout member of Indian Fork Baptist Church in theedge Shelby county She had been ofI falling health for ft long time wi i Acute heart trouble She loafed two daughters Mrs W J Suottow and Miss Alice Rogers one brother and a large circle of friends to mourn her death The remains were taken to Indian Fork on Sunday morning for the funeral and burial services a POWELLIn this city on MontIt day Nellie Frances infant ter of A Powell and wife of innnitionIThis sweet little bud was only loaned to the doting parents for a few short days and then taken to t the arms of the blessed Master The funeral services were conducted by Roy J O Vaught of the Methodist Church on Tuesday IItoEMAREEIn Bagdad on FriIIday Dr J S Demaree of fever aged 88 years j Dr Demarue was a firstclass physician and surgeon and had made his home in this city for the last few years and had built up a 1mournHe was a member of Hira Lodge No4 A Y M of this city The remains were taken to Willis 4burg Washington county for ip terrment a commtteo of Hiram Lodge attending OARIJISLEA t her Long Island N Y on FrhJayI Mrs Mary J Carlisle wife of Hon John G Carlisle aged 70 years The body will be placed in a until fall when it will be brought back to her old home at Covington for burial Mrs Carlisle was the daughter r of Mr John A Goodson of Cov ington She was a brilliant1 rj cultivated lady andI sad news of her death wmjM i R C COINER 8c COin the padt Great sympathy is felt for her distinguished husband CLARK At 1H2 Christy avenue Louisville at 385 a m August Helen J Clark in her seventy ninth year Funeral from Pearsons Chapel southwest corner Third and Chestnut streets Thursday morning August 1Oat 10 oclock Intel ment private Cave Hill Cemeter- yCASTLEMAN1n this city yesterday morning Mr Lewis B Cas tleman aged 85 years of the infirmities of age Mr Castlemans death leaves only two of his comrades who served in the same company with ill the Mexican warMr John E Miles and Mr Ran Utterback Mr Castleman was a quiet re gentleman of the oldschool He was a member of the First Baptist Church of this city At the time we write the arrangements for the funeral had not been made aw Itching piles Never mind if everything else failed to cure you Try Doans Ointment No failure there 50 cents at any drug store IORDERED Price has issued orders to the phy sicians of the city requiring them to comply with the law in regard to immediately reporting cases of con tagious diseases births and deaths This is a matter that we had sup physicians of all others would have attended to very closely 1 a- BASE BALL The Frankfort boys trimmed up IouisIIday THE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper AT THE RATE OF ONLY 25c 1 PER NTBY SAIL everybodymFAIREST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR 300 SIX MONTHS 2100 12GtSample oory if you wish Address Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST KyI 100 The 1905 paRe Atlas 100 Tho Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper 800 f5OOII ltl 1 C l l1 GET THE HABITA- ND READ THEII Complete Reports OF THE MARKETSPOLITICAL ALL OTHER NEWS WARNEWS RAILROAD FINANCIAL BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH Queen andiI- CrescentRoute snoitest Route AN- DQu1okBt ScMule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI OHATTANOOGA A1LANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS i AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E OLARKEI TPA 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky GHAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and graveIClay did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened anti I could not eat was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found Just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best for women Sold under weakI all druggists at 60o a bottle I i iwrufjU r i fIBest We haveiiad for many ySnrs i the reputation of selling all what is best in i Sterling Silver Ii 11fJ ta And of never allowing a hint i of inferiority tosh anywhere br I1Ji J ItA new stock has just arrived bearing the I m I well known trademark of the 1 4 Co 1lliWhichtheir kind The assortment comprises JtJ- Knives Ports and Spoons i W iIAnd larger pieces as well We hope you will examine them K r d JVL A Selbert iI Reliable Jeweler I tt F C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday June 6th 1905 the morning train on the F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 620 a m instead of 650 as hereto fore and will leave Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrive at Paris at 750 a m and connect with trains on Kentucky Central for Carlisle Mlllersburg Maysvillo Cynthlana Falmouth and Cincin nati The westbound morning train on F C will leave Paris at j880 at Georgetown at 005 am connecting with local southbound train on the Q C and arrive Frankfurt at 1120 a m C W IfAY Gen1 Passenger Agent 89tf 1 Ik Weaver Treatmeat ejnp for the blood C nU lor kin enptUu fi 50 YEARS IEXPERICNCr MAmiaDrsspane t tloe = our a aketeh opinion COPYRIGHTS and dellre ac1IInvention le probabl p ten bl ColliS tlonlltrtctlconlldel1tlAl on P lent free OldeR agency foroeeurtag Ptenta takes tPxW fIOClu wttho1lt Gbar e r s SClttttilk RmerkaRYAha- ndsomely UateiI weekSr Janstealtlonof aayaakntMa JourBL J1erma q t ririC f eeoabyau i y dli P etWaehtn tog DIiJt TelephoneNo r j I I 44 r JACKSONVILLE Among tho sick are the follow ing Mrs Nnnio Denklns who f underwent an operation Sunday week last Is very ill at this writing IIIIa Sunstroke Is somewhat improved Mr Wilson Moore who has been on the puney list is out again Mrs W B Moore who has been ill for the past two weeks is im provingMr Miles met with a fall oft of his house one day this week and was seriously hurt Being tol erable old makes it more serious r Among the visitors are the following Mr J P Bright and wife were tbe guests of their daughter Mrs Fabe Poole near Shelbyville one day this week visitedison rMr G D Moore and wife of near were the guests of his ltmother Mrs Sarah Moore this r t a 4The meeting at Indian Fork closed Sunday night week after two weeks duration with but one tY Addition t The meeting at Lebanon closed last Sunday night With forty addl t Lions Mr C W Perkins is having his house newly painted which im 4 proves its appearance very much Frankfortfirow then keep your shoes Blacked and your head slicked for 0wo dont know just what hour you forinook and who would blame him Mid sunshine storms and hail faithful John is always on time with the malls tJLOSEOBSERVER oNe r i LETTER LIS- TkThe following is theist of ad er 8ed letters for week ending tt August 12 Binghamr c BallMlss AdatBailey America South Side Burns Willie t Bowling Mrs Will W S rCarter Mrs T tr- r Crutcher Mr T E b r Cook Lucy I Q o PriM Madison GninesAiRudd Dr J S l lobertgiLRoheriN v tJ J T r Hcott A H Taylor John Zuth Harris v tiioaUoveslettW E M DRAKE Pi1I rfI JO IT TQDAY1 J iinjunetionIin can do today is now gen 1ftcrnll prosontod in this form Do Tit is the terse ad nboutthnttyou I gling for several days perhn sI tv 11fi remedy5ffj H t pre nos hoes Gorman Syrup has boon in use for over oficough or cold and Its continuedt for a fov days will cure you dooptc01ls lungs Gorman Syrup will surelyI beforefn trialVI tJi r ti nTRiR FPtI w r lr in 7 I E FLYER NO 641S D 1 Flyer Days This Weelc on Friday and Saturday Aug lltJb and 12th Flyer Prices will be given on LACE CURTAINS PENANGS COTTON VOILLES GINGHAMS RIBBONS and LACES j Waists Suits and Skirts Less Than Half PriceI AugtLSa1es II You cannot afford to miss visiting Heeneys during the month of ugusteverything in house keeping goods such as Table Linens Crashes Towels and Sheetings You save 20 per pent on the dollar by making your August purchases here FJ HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORDj DEALER INIWall Paper Panits Oils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE IEPTIFRANKFORT KY- JobWork Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 838m t Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer- The Pioneer Defiler in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Mash Whiskies pout forget the place FoSU1 JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky n Franklin Institute classical Schoolfor boys mid girls will begin its first an ondaySeptmrr1ielto the students a good 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 245I 1 Feet Made Easy If everyone went barefoot there would be no need of a remedy for tired aching swol Jon and blistered feet but 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 hot weather Such preparation is Gayles AntisepticFoot Powder It is a specific for all foot troubles arising from excessive perspiration chafing etc It prevents friction cures any di seased condition of the skin promotes the growth of new cuticle and keeps your feet healthy and comfortable Cannot possibly harm must do good or we return your money Price 15c J WIGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FRAUD EXPOSED latelybeenitations of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steal 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 on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere imitations ChloagoIll I New Fast TrainTOg Colorado UTAHANPACIFIC COAST llnlntsSunday May Tho new trains a m daily The evening trains to same points in daily sorviee- Through sleeping car service for SnnFran iso Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTray Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo eatlittleta attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt bentheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach expandswelland puff up against thefrheart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia tureIdigests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thisbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucou membrapes lining the Stomach and Diges CatarrJafmaldnfmyimra4kle s MRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yet N Tr IbadCur for about lour months and it cured ma- D KAUBLB Nevada a Digests What You Eat Dollar bomollolua Umii ai mesh M sal or cat tao tr 4zI4 et the rat For sale by J V Gayle drug gist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOl ALMANAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR IDr t Weaver Syrup FnrMei the blood Cerate oistment for th1kll1 Frankfort i ioinnati He The Midland Route i Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1005 iPM1 ersteryetZ0DsWZMA Ir DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 11PNot18 2 D Frankfort Ar Ji7722 20ILV Summit Elkhorn U 06 2 6 Switzer 6 58 8 Stamping Ground 6 48 4236 669 XJavnll 46 6 41 0Tohnson 6 35 712 f Georgetown 0 29 715 C S Depot 1080 6 25 MS07IIAr Paris f Lvi 8 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q it KentuckyCoutragConnects h at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA j P M A A MPMMI 00I 0 2J Lr Frankfort Ar 8 Lv Georgetown ArII0 6 Ar BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAnts AM IP M P M 7 Lv Frankfort Ar 20 715 J Lv Georgetown Ar 625 r755 8 Lv Purls Ar 583 Ar Cincinnati Lv a KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2o Frankfort 25A720P Georgetown Aill A 62SP Paris 5 4PSPIa21AI Winchester L 17 09A 245P Maysville L 45A 15P Cyiithiana 02PIRichmond Lei 5 20A 163P Cincinnati 265P HAYPrea P A 1IRESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At the meeting of the Franklin County Medical Society Saturday afternoon August 6 1005 a com mittee was appointed to prepare suitable resolutions on the death of Dr Joseph Samuel Demaree which 1occurred in Shelby county near Bagdad on tho 4th of August at p m of a lingering case of typhoid fever continuing for five weeks Dr Demaree was born in Shelby county in 1805 He was educated at 3Momphis and graduated in medicine from that city in 1888 He began the practice of medicine in Mack ville Washington county where he practiced for eight years and one year In Danville From those points he came to Frankfort in 1802 where he built up a large and sue cessful practice His suavity of manner retiring and unassuming y disposition won for him a host of personal friends and a confiding clientage Dr Demaree was married in 1889 r to Miss Trent of Washington count by whom he had one son now f living aged fourteen years and a son who died in infancy His wife died in 1898 since which time his Whole affections and happiness Were centered in the rearing and taro of that surviving son whose manly character evidences a pater nal care that is most beautiful Dr Demaree was buried Sun day the 6th inst at Willisburg Washington county beside the wife of his young manhood and sleeping babe He loaves three brothers Dr O B Demaree Henry and George Demaree His illness was of that marked tpye of typhoid fever which offered no hope from its first invasion de veloping a continuous hemorrhage which neither skill nor affectionate care could control- Consciousness remained with him v until the last moment and he was fully aware of the very serious condition and in great measure 8was the consultant and director of in his own ease He was a Mason of high degree Master of the Blue Lodce at Willis burg until he came to Frankfort Which lodge conducted the burial services assisted by a committee of brothers from Hiram LodRatNo 4 Frankfort who accompanied the remains to their last resting place Blessed is the consolation that the setting is always followed by the rising sun and that he now en Joys the rising of that sun from the great white throne A life long friend and acquaint ante said to the writer of this memoriam that Dr J S Demaree was the most moral man and the W cleanest character he has ever known He was trulu man with out guilt His professional brethren can bear testimony that he was punctilliously ethical in his rela thins with his brother physicians charitable courteous and above all andat all times a gentleman Resolved That this memorial be societyathe Frankfort papers be requested to publish the same Also that the secretary of the county society fur StateyU V WILLIAMS W E t ALLENCommittee O i ttlEarly Risers The famous little pine AN IRIDESCENT DREAM- This is a topsyturvy world One man is struggling for justice and another is fleeing from it One man is saving to build a home and another is trying to sell his less than cost One man Is spending all the money he makes in taking send1lugtually making her his wife while his neighbor is spending all his gold trying to get a divorce One man escapes all diseases n man is heir to and gets killed on the rail way Another man goes every- wherec without being hurt and dies of the whooping cough Such is lire Dr Weavers Treat tent fcjntp poriflM the blood Cer U heali akin eruption o FOR SALE House on Fourth or Gross street now occupied by C F Allen beg tween Conway and Ewing streets For terms see Miss M J Russell on Ann Stt at Miss Luke Wares 492t J t r JTrlj1 9 HANDSOME AND VALUABLE CURIOS It was our pleasure recently to visit Capt Garnett D Rlplny and family at their beautiful home in Oldham county Those who know Capt Ripley are aware that he has at different times had a number of business ventures in Honduras While in that country he has ac cumulated quite a largo quantity of curios of different characters which are many of them of quaint character and very valuable- In fact the Captains home is stocked with articles of virtue which afford n visitor much un alloyed pleasure in examining We desire to return our thanks to these good people for a very pleas ant and enjoyable visit A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is tho natural never failing remedy for a lazy liver e 1 PPEA RIDGE Protracted meeting closed at Choateville Christian Church last week with eleven additions seven by baptism and four by letter The cottage belonging to Mr Sam Traoey caught fire in some unknown way and was burned to the ground It was uninhabited at the understand there will bea wedding in the near future on the Ridge Maybe twoa double wed ding is always interesting We have nice new seats in our sohoolhouse this week An excellent and well attended school is being taught on the Ridge this year Two young men strangers bad the misfortune to break a wheel on the RidgM recently A wheel was furnished them by a boy who was kind hut they have not fil fllled their promise of returning it It does not pay to be too obliging Mrs Ella Pierce of Ohoateville who has been quite sick is much better daughterMrsbetter Mrs Chambers of Frankfort was the guest of her sou Mr Walker Chambers this week Mrs Hleatt and sister Mrs Chambers were also guests of their brother Mr W Chambers this week LexingtonSCRIBE I 1 CASTORIABears the 125- Cincinnati and Return via F S C Ry and Queen d Crescent Route Sunday August 18th Special train leaves Frankfort at 700 a m stopping at intermediate QConly on special train and returning same late openBaseballReds Ask F drC Ticket Agent for particulars ANNUAL OUTING I Once and only once 10 TO Mackinac Petoskey Bay ViewCharlevoix AND RETURN VIA Monon Routeand Steamer Manitou Monday Auk 15 15 Days Returning Address E H BACON D P A L aelaviUe K CINCINNATI EXPOSITION Creatores Band of fifty Italian players will be the musical attraction at the Merchants and Manu facturers Exposition hold at Musio Hall from September 11th to 23d inclusive Tho engagement of Creatoro will prove one of the most popular adjuncts of the festivities since the public never weary of watching the excitable leader and listening to the really excellent music produced by his men recent engagement at the Zoo HisI serves to whet the public So soon as he appeared baton in hand the crowd serged forward nearer the music stand in order to observe at closer the frantic attiItudesCreatore indulges in while loading his men ltu victory The music is always interesting because the leaders notions are entirely spon taneous and without set plan or method One never knows what Oreatore is going to do and it may be confidently asserted that he does not know himself He has many initators but no equals The band will play at the Exposition after noons and evenings programs of like catchy and popular music The concerts will be given on the stage of Music Hall which is being superbly redecorated at a cost of over 16000 A scheme of crimson bronze and gold will bb applied to the walls magnificent mural paint ings by the foremost American artists adorn the ceilings and walls to which have also been applied moulded bronze ornaments after the Louis IV style The Musio Hall will be used for the first time after this transformation of its in terior at the Merchants and Manufacturers Exposition Dr R P Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician Office at Mrs T P Browns 447 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY r 48tf FILL IN IT 1 I slmlath theToodandReulaf- lagIheStama hSandBoWe of IM VMS CHILD K EromotesTicstionGhecrfut ness andRestConfaIns neither xwrHmeral NOT NARCOTIC A pdGPth lr icJAuv rJJ ApetfectRemedy for Constipa ea WormsConvlalsionsFeveriShness Toe Simile Signature of NEw YORK Atfc months oltl EXACT COPYOf WBAEPCB PLEASANTLY EFFECTIVE Never in the way no to carry oauy to take pleasant and never failing ill results are DeWitts Little Risers Those famous little pills area certain guarantee against headache billiousness tor pid liver and all of the ills constipation They and strengthen the jaundice Sold by J W Gayle r FII CASTORIA It t For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtk Bears the- Sigpature Qf The Kind You HaveIr r Always Boug- htCASTORIA i r1 Dr CadyB Condition are k just a needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anJ vermifuge They are not food lf5 Jmedicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition PriceifIcents per package For sap by J W Gayle antli LeComnte Gayle ra r kE CALIFORNIADo where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a opportunity to get a small farm thatwassure a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons stolives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment y Then to California where both health and opportunity await your comingkThe Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line p is direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri Rivera Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this linelthroughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep tember and October which give an unusual chance for settlers t to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions ate operated through to San Francisco Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and q Southern Pacific Railways TMI COUrON- NP MAIL TODAY tm414 f 3 i rc trouble Early rcsult- InJ from tonic liver Cure Powders what horse line will you go the most costs WD KNtSKERN P T M C II NW Ry chicago nh P1emnil free to my addrea CaifferntabeeWeM snaps aed ful6 p tkulat coacuaine rata and train arvke I II t