You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, August 19, 1905. Frankfort Roundabout. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1905 fra1905081901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, August 19, 1905. Frankfort Roundabout. George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l i THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FGEo A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PA PER DEVOTED TO LOQAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance r VOL XXYIIL J FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1905 NOr 50 Mc lures Final Cut 1 f Our sale of the fast two weeks has greatly reduced our IF stockof summer goods As we make it a rule never to carry lover goods from one season to another we are making still further reduction today Especially in Clothing and Oxfords Suits at 10 Worth 25 22 20 and 18 LESS r THAN HALF PRICE on many of tt them and we do not think such values t were ever before equaled in Frankfort I Nearly all thats left of our stock of mens finest fancy summer suits now at 10 t jf Suits at 650A- t this price choice of nearly all t thats left of our mens and young mens fancy clothing that odor less than 1 1 15 In this lot are some blue Serges that have been selling at 10 Value to at 650 unequalled elsewhere Jo lItif Womens i1Ta11 Oxfords jthalf price t Here is the most remarkable shoe of fering ever made to the women of Frankf of t Any tau oxford in our store and two styles of tirllite canvass oxfords with welt soles at just half price This means yLaird Schober Tan Oxfofds 250 3 50 Tan Oxfords 175 a 250 tau Oxfords 125 100 Tan Oxfords 100 I S SUPPLY OF SMALL MOUTH BASS 5 Mr GAO L IJaylio selno weeks ilgo to the U Com mission for a of small month bass He was doing this by a numh r of leis friends but and was suc cossfulIsmall fish were received by hi Ho at 01100 took thorn out to the Forks of Elkhorn and rofeased thorn in Elkhorn creek both in the north and south forks and in the main stream ut Steadmaiitown Mr Payne was of his success and thinks that this Mine fishing stream will soon be re gumofishN r JMens Oxfords At 250 Regent oxfords both black and tan now at 250 The best wearing shoe made Mens Belts At half price JSQtij Fancy Socks Atlialf price StrawHats At half price Neckwear At half price Nearly all our 50c FourinHands FoutinHands Underwear half price- All the underwear in our store selling at from 200 to 600 a suit now at pri- ceIlaznnaocks At hall price l okThese Prices Are For CASH ONLY R K McCLURE SON J 212214 Clair Street Frankfort Ky OBTAINS applied dlscouroetJfrom persisted naturally proud At fancy half rBUYS COZY COTTAGE Mr John A Kleber the South Side merchant purchased from Mr A H Waggoner of Cincinnati Ohio his cottage residence on North St Clair street on Tuesday for 1400 The sale was made by real estate agent Mr L B Marshall Three spectres that threaten babys lifo Cholera infantum dysentery diarrliooa Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry never fails to conquer them genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold IB eae day t AWARDED CONTRACT Messrs J A Ahorn Co of Lexington were awarded the con tract for the reconstruction of High stroot from Main to Moro with vitrified brick at the price of h65 per yard and 185 per yard for stone excavation The a ward was made on Monday ANOTHER EXCURSION An excursion party of some 26 persons came up the river on the Falls City on Tuesday Quito a number of them came up into tho city while the boat was delivering its freight ria7 SCRAP IN COUNCIL CHAM BER During the investigation of the suspension of Mr George ConwnyII of the fire department Taylor by the Board of City Conn oil on Monday night an oflensiv- epithet was applied to Councilman whenIstarted towards Conway Chief Taylor ran between the two men and was stabbed in the left shoul der by Conway The gash wa some five inches long and one inch in depth requiring a number of stitches to close it up Dr C A Finn dressed thewound Conway was at once arrested by Officer Robinson and pave bond in 200 to answer in the police court The City Council then unani mously ordered ConwayB dismissal from the position he held as driver of the hose wagon in the fire department We regret very much that such a haveIarisen and especially that the coun cil chamber should have been the scene of such a disgraceful row TROUBLES ADJUSTED It looks now like the trouble be tween the city the Board of Edu caiton and the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co over the use of second street and the Bouleards is adjustedtend land the sooner it is settled properly the better for all concerned I Dr Wearers Treatment 8rnypnrifl o blood Cerate boaliBklneropttost SNEAK THIEVES AT WORK manIsneak thieves went to the resi dence of Mr L B Weisonburgh Jr on Campbell street and pr ceeded to help themselevs to wha- ever suited thorn They took two broiling chickens a 10 roll of carpet some garden hose and a bucket and had started to leave when a little girl wTTb lives with Mr Weis enburgh heard them and awakened Mr Weisenburgh who gave chase The abet wore soon by Mrs Weis onburgh as they ran and dropped everything but the two chickens It seems they were determined to have something to eat Gentlemen nf the police write out for sensations on the Sout Side POSTMASTER ELKIN DIES Mr F Clay Elkin Postmaster Lexington died in that city on Tuesday night after an illness of only a few days of rheuamtism of the heart Mr Elkin was a prominent member of the Republican party and had served about seven years us Postmaster and had made a good record- RECEIVED FIRST CONTRACT The big lumber firm of Hammond Co of this city received the first contract for lumber from the neloapitol of the first lots of stuff required on Friday and Saturday puttlngulIjofJ1ce storage quarters on the ground They have gone to work like they meant business from the start for which wo are duly thankful Wo congratulate Messrs Hum mond C Co upon their precedence in this matter TAKE KODOL AFTER EATING After a nearly meal a dose ofaKodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent 0an attack of indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestnnt and a carat teed cure for indigestion dyspep SIR gas on tho stomach wera heart sour risings had iuath and bywJ Il 1 j A Good Time investn IJI Your dollars will beJoura50c Wool Dress Goods 35c75o Wool Dress Goods 55c 100 Wool Dress Goods 75C TAILORMADE SUITS at less than onehalf price Every Wash SHIRT WAIST SU T in our store at onehalf inn500 Skirts plaited styles 350750 Skirts plaited styles 598860 Skirts plaited styles 698 As fall style Skirts will be plaited these skirts will be good investments HOSIERY for Children IOu only8eLadles Fancy HOSE 50o Hose colored stripes pair25c19c pairMuslin Underskirts Muslin Skirt trimmed with tucks 4 rows of lace in sertion with lace edge worth 200 only 149 Ladles Muslin Skirt lacetiworth 125 only 98c Ct RABIN BRO BRIDGEh DIFFICULT AND DANGEROUS I atJOBMr Chas W Vogler the plum bet has been engaged this week in putting up a sciailold on the Church of the Good Shepherd pre paratory to straightening the cross roguildinJt readyforcult and dangerous job Wo how over have seen mon at two differ openingInThere is tat money enough in this city to tempt us to undertake either job CHANG D HANDS On Tuesday list Mr John B Dryden Sr sold the Frankfort Cull to Mr J W Marksbury who took charge the sumo lay Mr Dl don will still remain on tno paperI is a veteran in havingbeencorrespondent of various city papersWo welcome him back to tho inkDr Weavers Syrup and rotate i GocMtBf ol treatment for blood and akin dlaeaea EL j t PERSONAL Oscar Wolff and Earl RoueSDirhave returned from Atlantic Cit Capt M H Insko of Carlisle was in tho city this wool Mrs S E James visited relatives in Woodford county yesterday MissEloanor ODonnell is visit- IngN frlnnds in Lnwrenceburg Mr John R Williams and wife have gone to Louisville Col Jos K Dixon of Louisville was in the city this week Miss Nan Hammond is vlsitlt relatives at Smithfield Mr Thos H Bradley of Lexim ton was in the city Saturday Mr John P Hostetter went Lexington on Monday toI Mr R W Mallory has from a business trip West Miss Lutie Ware is visiting friends at Omaha Nob ryo IMrfl Jos S Simoox and son are t visiting friends at Lockland Ohio Miss Laura French has roturno- from Atlantic Qity N J Mr John W Ray is visiting i his old home Bard well Dr Frank W Keyes and family are vacating in the country Capt Julian Kersey has returned to his home in Louisville Mr Wm Cromwell has returned from a business trip to Ashland Miss Sadie Tanner has returned r from her vacation spent at Torrent Dr Thos P Grant of Louisville visited relatives here this week Mr A H Waggoner of nati was in the city Tuesday Miss Susie MayhalJ has returned from a visit to Louisville i Mr Oscar Wolff has returned from Altnntio City Mr E W Jlouser has returned from Atlantic City Mr W W Long moor left Wodno day for Breathitt county Mr Clarence Fugozsd has re turned A City Mr Waller B George and wif wont to Cincinnati on Sunday Mr Louis St J Thomas of Louisville visited here this week Rev AB Chinn has roturno Virginiatis the guest of Miss Flora Ray Mr Thos J Brisian and wife are at Atlantic City Mr Coy Wolfs has returned Iron Atlantic City Mrs John E Miles has returned from Olymphia Springs IndianapolisInd Col T Biter Crockett the Lawrencoburg Fair Thursday Miss Nellie Marshall has returned from n visit to Virginia Mrs Ruth Flynn has gone to New Haven to make her home in future ThllrsdaytorNln LoxlnpfltonMrs Austin J Lynch this week Mr W H Mastin Jr and sister Miss Fannie B Mastin visited rel atiyos here on Thursday Mrs E E Hnmennd dnughterI Miss Eleanor have gone v York Miss Josie Cox has returned from- a visit to Mrs Minnie Cox Burgess nlrlilg Stone pap Va Miss Ada McEwing and Miss visitinglriMiss Bessie Cm toiler of Louis villp is the guest of her cousins INriss Agnes Crutchor Shelby street Miss M Brown Duvall who has boon in Paducah has returned Lome Miss Emma Averill of Louisille was the guest cf her cousin Mist Rebecca Averill this week Mrs Mary L Tobin and Misses Katherine and Lucille Tobin went to Louisville Monday 4r Mr W S Farmer has gone to Now York City to purchase the fall stork for his big stoio Dr W L Rodman of Philadnl phln Penn was a visitor here this week his old home Mr A B Creal of Louisville was the guest of friends hero this week y Mr George A Brawner who lint boon In Portsmouth Onlo for RomeI time is at hone again Mrs J Andrew Cain of Ver sailles was the guest of her sister Mrs A G Jollers this week Mr Edward Buy who has been the guest of Mr Edmund Taylor J at This tie tun has loturned home Mr Chas J Weitscel has gone to Now York City to purchase his fall stock of dry goods notions etc Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott have returned from a visit to Lob anon Stnto Senator Gillenwater wife and child aro guests of Mr Wm Jroimrell and wife Shelby street Miss Pnttio Williams Miss Snlli- China and Miss Sallio French has returned from Atlantic Mty nlldrleIMrs R B Jillson null children have rottmrred from a visit to rein tives in Cincinnati Dr Maurice S Davis and wife nf Lexington were guests of his father Mr I Davis Tuesday Mr James Hooney and wife have returned from a trip to Atlantic City Mrs Jerome Woitzol anti daugh returneFd Mrs B C Doweeso and son oft Lexington are guests of Mrs L B Weisenburgh Jr Campbell street dnughtersMisses turned from Atlantic City Mr Oscar Scott of Buffalo N Y is the guest df Col Jas A Scott at Indian Rock this week Mr Geo L Barnes of the Reve nue Agents Office Louisville wn lasts this week Mrs Belle Scott of Eminence ScottdnncuFalls Miss Florence Bridgeford of Cin cinnati is the guest of relatives hero Miss Nora Marshall has returned from n visit to relatives in Vor sailles Mr Grant L Roberts attends the funeral of Mr F Clay Elkin ThursdayeMiss Garland of Louisville was Gibsonn andChicago Ills Prof Geo C Downing and sister Miss Nell have returned from the seashore Mr Thos R Markham of this office is spending his vacation n French Lick Springs Ind 1Miss Ruth Rodman of Louisville- is the guest of her cousin Mrs Those Rodman Main street South Side Mr Thos Botts of Bagdad hat accepted a position with Mr W S Farmer of the big dry goods house returneddCity Mrs Virgil Hewitt has gone to Now York City to visit her brother Mr Paul Drane brideIIar visting relatives in Shelby county Mrs H H Craig and daughter of Kansas City Mo are guest of Mr L L Cox and wife Loxdweek Mr John H Cnssell has returned from a visit to his brother Mr Jns C Cassellnt Witohitn Kansas Mr Henry Thompson of Ver sallies visited hero Sun clay Mr Frnnk G Stag hitsreturned from his outing with the Club in Wisconsin Mr Mason P Brown and Mr R A Baker returned Monday from French Lick Springs IndJMr Frank China has returned from his summer vacation trip to Maine IMrsT B Eaton fuse Lida Graj CityIsitedMiss M Lockett Smith has returned from a visit ito North Caro Iim Dr J W Hill has returned from a visit to His old home in Nelson county Miss Janet Dohoney is visiting her cousin Mrs Ike Parrish at Midway Hon Eli H Brown made a busi ness trip to St Louis Mo this weekIlem left Saturday for Shelbyvillo to visit friends Mrs Roberts of Hillshorotigh JRobertsvisitingherat Irvlno Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox and Miss Mary Todd visited relatives in Louisville this week Miss Ethel Brewer of Louisville the guest of Miss Pnttie Thomas Logan streett Georgetowweek Mr J B Dryden Sr and Mr B nr don Jr wont to ClnoinInnti Sunday Mr J S Weathers wife nnd two children loft Saturday for a visit to IJoxlugtonJStampingher sister Mrs C T DuvallsMr Edwin Kagin Mr Fred Sut cantpiug Louiseweek Rov M B Adams D D wife ChaTleslllIUrnN1county Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunda with his family in Versailles Mrs French Tipton of Rich mond who has boon the guest o StunrhasMr Julian Ohlnn who huts bee nt work in the electric light work parentsherethis week nGeorgetown f guest of Mrs A M Slack has ro turned home SGovernmontRiver was the guest of his father Mr Guy Barrett Sr this week Mrs Carnes and son of Texas WiofolnclnIIs gone home oNashvillehis parents Mr N F Richardson Sr and wife this week Mrs Kate Roberts and Miss Frances Jewell of Lexington wore guests of Mrs J S Weathers Shelby street this week Mrs Hugh Kellogg of Louis ville who has been the guest o her parents Judge W E Settle and wife has returned homeiMiss Green of Louisville who FJVGrays returned home MrsT L Phythian Sr Mrs Pettis and daughter of Newport who have been guests of Mrs S Tames have returned home Prof T Lindsey Blayney n guestBlayney has returned home Mrs John W Prentiss of Lea ington who has been tho guest o her sister Mrs A G letters gone to Meade county Mrs C N Bolitifor of Mason county who has boon the guest o Mrs M B Adams has returned homo 9 Miss Martha Baker of Nicholas ville who has been tho guest of Wednesdayfor neeewere guests of her parents Hon Jas A Violett nnd this week Hon Henry George of Mayfield was called here to attend the fune CaptGervlnsDr J S Goodrich and wire wore called to Honeygrove Texas Tuesday by the severe illness of his sister Mr Chapman Coleman of Washington City who was visiting his fatally here left Tuesday for Wcquetousing Mich rentedadoor to East Tennessee Telephone Exchange on Main streotI Mr Gus Thomas and family have moved into their house on the cor nor of Third and Steele streets re cently vaunted by Col Noel Gaines Mr J Buford Hendrick and fairs ily have gone to Wequotonsing Mich to spend the rest of the summerIMaryTJeannotteTorrenco of Indiana aro LongmoorSecond RapIdsweek His friends are glad to know that his health which lads been poor line been restored Mr Win Sloan wife and datigh NashvilleI familyhavewhore ho has obtained a situa with ono of tho telephone companies Mrs Lester Wilson of Loula Miss and Mrs Maggie Arnold of Richmond Ky were guests of Mrs C M Norris Ann street tllJSI wooleIMrs Louis St J Thomas and sot Albert who have been guests of Col John N Crutohor and wife have returned to thoir homo at Crescent Hill Misses Lottie and Ruth Stoll and Mr Albert A Stoll of Louisville GuyBarrettlone daughterMisswho have boon guests of Mrs Morris have returned homo Mrs Mary E Blakomoro of Vorf who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Lnfo has belImother Richmondsvisiting his wife and daughter who are spending some time with rein tives nt No 333 Todd street tiMr Steele Reading lira gone to Now York City to purchase stock for the big china null glassware BondingSon Roprosehtnfbeen guests of Miss Mildred Haw kips have returned homo Cynthiannsof Richmond who have boon guests of Judge W L Jott nnd wife hnvo returned hump Mr Thomas Uhnpmnriof Bowl ing Green and Mr George Chap man and daughter Miss of Tennessee are guests of Mr Walter G Chapman and wife Wapping street v Messrs George W Brown lof Lexington nfid John Walker o Louisville two Frankfort forty years ago spent Saturdn1 and Sunday hero visiting and renewing acquaintances of boy of their childhood Mr David Shearer and brills noo hoUlOlofwarm and hearty congratulations from their numerous friends and enjoyed forIJett had n reunion twelve familyMrsby consent preferring a quiet wod belongring over the C 0 for their future home He Is to resume his place of business with C L Ritter Lumber Co Charleston W Va They reeelvedhinnny handsome and useful presents WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAR 1aOD EB thte of Frankfort People weakenss the- a final brenkingdowii andftheIthe blood Achqs and pains and languor and anleverincreasingdiabetes and fatal BrightH disease There is no real help for the sufferer helpI act directly on the kidneys and cure every kid hey ill Frankfort cures are the proof Wingate Thompson police officer of 29 Murray street says Ordinary backache is sufficient to torment the aveargO mortal but when there is added to it trouble Iwlta the kidney secretions which embarrass you during the day and break your sleep at night it Is no wonder the sufferer is miserable and welcomes means ho em onoughforing and hrisery but for one as doublyhardabout Doans Kidney Pills that I found a remedy that would Tlo just what was claimed for it I pro cured a box of tin pills nt J W Gnylos drug store and their use corrected the kidney secretions re lieved the dreadful aching in ply wayThereThoydoFor sale by all dealers Price nO cents FosterMilburn Co Buf alo N Y Role agents for the United States Remember ulna name Donnsc= nnd take no other IWANTEDGOOn FARM wishes to buy a good farm on pUce well lo oated with comfortable improve jindnts containing from 100 to sores A ny one having such a farm purchaser471 m KENTUCKY FAiR DATES The following dates fixed by the different fair associations through out the State for their 1005 exhibi tion have been announced daysSpringfield JSicholnsyille August 248d- ays daysFlorenceEliznbethtown September 5g daysGlasgow September 0 1 days Ky State Fair September 18 0 aY8tr 2a4d- ays Falmouth September 27 4 days dnjTsVIlI J l t tJ KILLTHE COUCHIAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings4New Discovery 1 illo cONSUMPTION 160cSurest and Quickest Ours for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK IBlv 1iRELIGI011ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCHRev A B Ghinn too tor Imvinir returned from his woos tlon Will conduct all sertiuesGSunday August 20 In m Morning Prayer and set ftnten fl811 n m Sabbath School in the Jchapel it ye r Wednesday i780 p m Rv ning Prayer FtidaV i 7RO p m Bible Study tTenchers1 Mooting at 715 p m v The public cordially invited to jntrorid i t CHRISTIAN CH U RCH Thereawill bo no preaching at either hour i fTheserved nt 11 n m t itJtSundayschool at 930 in1n m fOhrladjourned for the summer tPrayermeeting Wednesday oven j1r t jTho Jira kEveryboclCATHOLIC CHURt1HRof 1oj i Father Thomas S Major rector J Low Mass at 780 a m j ilSnndnVespers at 780 p in Tflf l FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Roy M B Adams D D the pas tor will preach nt 11 n m nnd t pm v 4 Sundayschool at 945 a m in JZ the el tbyBaptist Young Peoples Union meet In the chapel at 745 p ftPraychnpelVisitors OI 4FIRSTf 4 CHURCH Rov J MeC Blayney D D the pastor will preaohj at t 11 a m I I tiSundayschool Christhan rH Prnyormeoting Wednesday oven ing at 780 p in x p bVisitors cordially welcomed t f LEESTOWN MISSION Mr Ed ft Treshytorian j ti hLeastowiiSunday nt 780ocIOok 1 iihllrHdaservices will continue through the summer VJ i METHODIST CHURCH Rovi1 d1c J O A Vaught the pastor will t preach at 11 a m and 780 p in v1 J Sundayschool at 045 a in r l Junior League nt p m i ISenior League at 7 p m Prayerrmeotirg on Wednesday vij r evening at 745 p m Everybody invited to attend i r JtrSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN I CHURCH Rev Win Crowe hOI pastor will preach at 11 a m andt7 fSundrtYRchooYoung Peoples Society at 680 p at Prayermooting IF WodnoPday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend J FARM FOR RENT s ltIhree lt limits 11MRS48tf I JI t r WANTED ii t 11 Man of Character in every com EquitableLifet RALPH B Dist Man Frankfort Kyr502t CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized toal1110UnoeiMr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20rte iI jI MARRIEDRIGHT OHORNIn this oity tW on Wednesday Mr Ben P Wright IJf and Miss Margaret Cohorn were r married t THOMASYOUNG this city S on Thursday Mr Homer Thomas marII Energetic men of character can secure a position wjth the Equi f jtable Lifn in their community II Address Ralph Bo Wilson Dist 8J Man Frankfort Ky 502t I i t j HE Early Risers i If1 The famous little pills i raio A NECESSITY SUPPLIEDt r Ik lW tThe fire department of this city 1i s in great need of a better Jti and larger supply of hose for use in Wj fighting fires and they have once f J dt or twice been badly hampered on sayJt plied This week 800 feet of first IJ class hose have been delivered the boys They are feeling lots more ti1 oomforabfe m a tt j f tIwillp1I 1consisting of one of the largest lines of Groceries nnd General AMerehtxndise in the city Also counIters etcrSCOTTOWPI501 in st TOURS TO COLORADO AND CALIFORNIA Jr Choose Time Route and What to See On numerous dates May to Octo ber 1005 excursion rates are in effect to Colorado r1f J the Pacific Northwest By specify ingIfnlok Island west of Chi cage you secure the most for your money in the way of sights to see and side trips to take Stop off in Colorado take In the Rooky Moun- Lain resorts Yellowstone t Park then to Portland Exposition Return via California Full in formation from John Sebastian Passenger Traffic Manager Rock t Island System Chicago r qNS jJl j t OA I1 Bean tha- I hgaatnre ot Bata August Items= SKIRTS We are showing some new fall effects in Skirts TAILOR SUITS Cnly a few left but on these you can save money by buying now MENS SHIRTINGSWe make special preparation i alouTthis line 8c Heavy Cheviots lOc 12c Fine Madras lOc White Madras REMEMBERevery Friday isRemnant Day with us FARMER mm CAPITAL THEATRE Will Open Season of 19056 Monday August 28 With Week of Pop ular Price Reportolre The Ever Popular HarrisParkin son Stook Company Will bo the Opening Attraction Monday night August 28 the theatrical season will be opened in Frankfort by the popular Harris Parkinepn Co in a repertoire o now comedies and dramas inter spersed with high class vaudevtlle- acts at the peoples popular prioes- to 20 and 80 cents This company made a great hit in Frankfort last season and the season befor- and comes back this season with an acting company of 23 people and n carload of special scenery Manager MoNamara has had large force at work during the pas few days getting the Capitol Theatr- in shape for the opening and several noticeable improvements will he made the coming week The new drop curtain which is to be furnished by the Lee Lash Co of New York will arrive In a few days and will bo the most artistic over seen here The new drop street presenting Main street from Elk Place to St Clair St looking west is finished and will be ready for use Monday ni htiManager MoNamara states that the bookings at Capitol Theatre are the most notable over presented at this popular play house and ropre sent the cream of the popular operas of the day musical comedies and dramas A number of notable suits have been booked and will appear here during the season of 1905fl e rYBIRTHS LUTKEMEIER In this city on Tuesday to Mr Henry F Lutke moior and wife a son Henry F Jr BUSINESS MEN TO VISIT CINCINNATI The Business Mens Club to the number of about 100 will return the visit of Cincinnati Business Mens Club on Thursday Septemi ber 14 This was settled at the meeting of tho Club held on Thurs day night in the Collins building It is expected that this affair will bo productive of great good in bringing the two organizations into closer touch Too much credit can not be given- President Quo B Harper for bringing about the arrangement MRS HUGH R AYRES WILL Wo olip tho following from th Louisville Herald giving a summary of the will of Mrs Effle L Ayres who died last week The will of Effie L Ayres dated July 8 1005 was admitted to pro bate yesterday The instrument disposes of an estate the value of is not definitely known though it is supposed to be in the neighborhood of 15000 MayAyres reefdufe testatrix asks that this son who is GoorgeEand educated and that the Fidelity Trust Company shall qualify as his guardian It is stated that the boy bev his father Geo E Ayres is left 100 a year In the event of the death of Ed ward L Ayres before 1m reaches thae property is to bo divided as fol AyrePef the testatrix to Luella A Hutfen berger a sister 500 to Eliznbeth Ayres Pedigo 500 to George E Ayres 500 to Wilbur T Ayres 500 these legatees are cousins to the Highland Presbyteiian Church 500 and the residue is to be equally divided between Altos Mae Ayres and Albert L Maxey cousinsIt thought that some of th provisions of this will conflict- with that of her husband Mr R Ayres who died only a fe months since There are a number of residuary heirs to the estate in this community FARM FOR SALE A farm of 240 acres near Louisville pike about two miles Frankfort all in a high state o cultivation has been in grass fo several years fine tobacco land purposesTwoTwo good orchards with all kinds of fruit Good outbuildncs Two good barns for tobacco Some of the land in onehalf mile of new State Capitol For further informa tion inquire at this office 502m SEPTEMBER SUGGESTION How Psychic Pictures are Made Realities by is Soptembur y1hlsresearch suggestive therapeutics autosuggestion practical hygiene memory culture brain building the development of correct habits courage optimism and while recognizing the Importance of physical and hygenic laws it shows- the necessity of correct mental attitudes in the pursuit of health Suggoslioniling Ohjuago IllI 1hItOLD TAYLOR P TIIE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYI E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky l n I For Late in the- Season Buying 1 J COTTON tahead5c for H8 in Seal Brand Cotton 5c for goodj Bleached Cotton f CALICO In new bright colbrs Special quality 5c Light Silkaline effects in beautiful colorings 7c CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS We can save money on new fall in class Rugs tJiW S I n u AutoSuggestion COMFORT THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD BThe flood which doastatedIJohnstown Pa and maugh Valley May shown in cycloramicform at Atlan tic City with a vividness border lug on actuality On tho Broad walk opposite the Stool Pier there has been constructed a building for this production which affords every facility for this purpose It is open to the public every day and evon ing except tho Sabbath at hourly intervals this great historical drama will be enacted The building which cost 50000 has a frontage of 150 foet and extends outwardly so as to give a frontage of 180 feet for tho stage the largest of the kind in the country It is owned by Mr Randolph MoNutt of Buf falo N Y and is under the mans ement of Harry DEsta There is an emormous electric light plant with prisms and color screens at tauhOllandso arranged as to give a wonderfully realistic effect to the rushing waters and upturned land There am drawing rooms decorated with choice paintings depicting in teresting scenes retiring rooms and cozy smoking rooms in this way those awaiting entrance to the auditorium can pass the time without annoyance or inconvenience bqsbewFork Dam houses seem to tumble and be carried away by the flood the surging waters seem to rise up over the Connemaugh bridge and whirl around Sang Hollow signal station There is shown Johns town an it was before the flood as itcday The onlehrated Cambria Iron Works and tho Gautier Wire Works are shown as are also tho hills on the opposite side of the town on which tho people sought safety John Baker the brave hero is shown as he dashed down the val ley from the broken dam shouting to the people to flee from tho com ing tida wave The St Louis day express which was caught In the flood and tho first section which ran out of the death trap also hold an important place in tho exhibition BURNED TO DEATH Tho little child of Mr Rolla Kavanaugh section foreman on the F S 0 Railway living at Stamp ing Ground was so unfortunate as to get hold of some matches on Wednesday last and set fire to its clothing burning it so badly that it died that afternoon at 5 oclockThe sympathy of many friends is extended to tho afflicted family NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids for whole building anti 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 speoLflcntlons I of L Oberwarth the architect undersignedTheand all bids Address all com LMarshallcation Frankfort Ky492t JI 1jI t r s i GOOD NIGHTS RESt 1 doggieFor f treatunrCouldqThe greatest tonic on earth is a good nights rest Restless nights and the terrible exhaustion of a cough are dread dangers of the poor consumptive qBut why this fear of the night when SY3willSyrupWe of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle oi r German Syrup will speedily relieve mt o4lungcases of consumption one large bottle of tzQTwoFor sale by J W Gayle DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers of ofMadisonStreetDailyatgrS xSundays9oopM J3xcunlontoSunday 750 To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 300 meals aad berth extra Special Rate to Socittftj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluth etc nearestRailroad0 F TrHgr OOLDENOffJL rOUSe e IllinoisCentral LouisvilleI104JelvelllJ40New Orleans Special No Li mNomForEliznbotllto wvillaNo Accommodation No NForqSundaysTrains Run Dally ty TflBFranMortaoiiQiaDoiit Entered at the postoHlcc at Frankfort Ken tucks ng secondclass inailablp matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 19 1905 CATALOGUE ISSUED The catalogue for tho big Ken lucky State Fair to he held at Lox ington September 1823 was issued last Friday It ishe handsomest and most complete catalogue ever issued for any State Fair in the country Its typographical appear ance is unexcelled and its arrange ment is of such kind as to insure the easiet and most convenient access anti to enable the seourln of the information desired with th least possible trouble Nearly 25000 in premiums is offered for the fair The classifica tions cover beef cattle dairy oat tle horses of all kinds mules and jack stock swine sheep poultry and pigeons vegetables and melons field seeds and grain tobacco hor ticulture plants and ftowers wo mans work table luxuries implements machinery mines an mineral products The variety of these different classifications ar sures exhibits that will be in them selves a liberal education- A feature of the fair will be the magnificent Duss Band of Odd pieces probablyconceded to be the greatest band in America today The Will S Heck World f Fair Pike Co will offer the novelty amusement features connected with the fair They will include a Wild West show and a splendid animal t show among other attractions Re- ducedr rates of one fair plus 25 cents for the round trip have been se cured on all railroads from all points in Kentucky There is every prospect of a recordbreaking attendance and there seems good reason to believe that this years fair will bo such a success as to in sure its permanence along larger lines than heretoforo N SOLDIER BOYS COME HOME The Martin Guards Co C 2dI Regiment Kentucky National Guards and the Battery from this city returned from the State En campment at Paducah on Tuesday I morning The boys looked browned t up by their service and in fine shape generally ee EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI TIe F C Halwny in conjunc tion with the K C R R Co will run an excursion from this city tomorrow Sunday by way of Paris to Cincinnati and return The fare for thu round trip will be only 125 The train will leave this city at 7 a m reaching Cin cinnati at 1030 a m Returning it will loavo the 4th street station at 8 p m ranching this city at 1180 p111lhh is the first excursion run by way of the Bourbon captiol and will no doubt bo n very pleasant one DELIGHTFUL WEATHER The rains of the first of tho week succeeded in reducing the tempera ture so that the weather has become Idealtho days being warm and the nights so cool that sleeping has become a blessed luxury I ADMINISTRATORS SALE g Messrs W C Bryant and David C Moore administrators of the later Mr W D Moore have issued no tice of a sale Of the personalty of the decedent such as cattle mules t horses farming implements etu which sale will occur on Tuesdays next August 22 on tho promises near Benson Station this county i SUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION serves as a bridge to carry the weakened and k starved system along until it can find r firm support In ordinary food r Send for free sample r1 SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York t Soc and 100 all druggists Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Jbr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced e it does not howevertCure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the of grateful sufferers will cure where all else failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart liviagintbegrandeworse I left there Yith mywife to visit silterinlawtMrs Roanoke to apyone I never expected to Jive to relurn deafold town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted proCIUCdand Tonic After using one or two bottles I could set no improvement and I despaired- of ever bciag better but silted on keeping it up which I did Im rorement soon began in earnest and I took In all fifteen or sxieen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 Youdsufterinrhumanity bottleDrAddreUr BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION i Dr John P Stewart and wife held a delightful reception at their handsome residence long known as the K M I and now as the Stewart Home on Tuesday evening last- Notwlthstanidng the threatening weather there was a large assem bly of our best people who thor oughly enjoyqd the affair The beautiful grounds were lighted up and presented an ideal scene Delightful music was fur nished by Louisville harpers Dainty and appetizing refresh ments were served Thu guests departedenthusiastic in commendation of their hospitable entertainers e FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION The Franklin Baptist Association will meet next Wednesday August 23d in the pavilion at Cove Spring Park in its mst annual session Dr U V Williams of this city is the Moderator Mr E R Jones of Switzer is the Clerk Doubtless there will be a large attendance from the sixteen churches composing the body The large auditorium will afford abundant room for all and it will bo a cool und pleasant place to transact the business There are over 3000 members in the various churches connected with the Asso ciation THE ONYL WAY There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through tho stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and dis ease will sot up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings rifting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable are quickly cured DyspopslaOuroand strengthens the whole digestive apparatus J W Gayle OeWlttc Little Early Risers The famous little plPs BUYS DELIGHTFHL HOME Mr JusF Montgomery has purchased from Dr J S Coleman tho handsome residence in which ho hue resided for several years on Shelby street south of Calnphellj The consideration This is a very desirable home AGONIZING JHJRNSI Are instantly relieved and perj NorIfolkstopped the pain and healed it without ti boat Alba heals allI drugIst POULTRY EXHIBITION To be Hold Hero Four Days in De cumber Time State Fanciers and Breed ers Association of Kentucky of Frankfort Ky was organized here Tuesday night for the purpose of improving the standard of poul try and pet stock in this locality An exhibition of poultry pigeons and pet stock will be hold hero Do cember 19 20 21 and 22 and breeders of thoroughbred stock from all over tho United States will be in vited to participate with them bringing here their best stuck to encourage the city fancier and farmer to study standard bred stock and improve the quality of their own flocks Time standard bred poultry business has proven to be most profitable The demand for high quality poultry and choice eggs can not be supplied is increas lag rapidly and poultry shos Are the greatest educators in that direc tion1 known The association has engaged Mr Theo Hewet of IudianapolisInd to judge the show for them Mr Hewes is a judge of national reputation and is considered one of the best in this country Ho was selected by the St Louis World Fair Purchase Exposition as one of the judges of the World Fair Poultry Show and officiates in all of the most important shows in the United States The association is ex tremely fortunate in getting such a man Boston New York Philadelphia Cincinnati and Louisville hold these shows annually and they have proven to be the attraction of the year It is to be hoped that the merdhants and the people gen erally will do everything in their power to assist these gentlemen in making the show a grand success Any one wishing to join this or ganization can do so by calling on the secretory and playing 5QO membership foe The following officers wero elected PresidentH H Roberts Vice President Albert Blanton Secretary and Treasurer John H Cassell Superintendent of Poultry W A GlantonSuperintendent ofPIeonsW H HogeExecutive Committee H H Roberts W McKee Hardio Hubert Vreeland John H Cassell Eugene E Hoge W A Glanton B T Bedford Albert B Blanton W E BosworthH 0 Wilson A D Fend loy W S Morris C C Hazelrigg H K Vaughan W H Hoge Soliciting Committee for Sub scriptions and Prizes John H Cas sollA D FendleyC O Hazelrigg Eugeno E Hoge- Committee on Hall and Arrange ments W E Bosworth W A Glanton W S Morris H C Wil son C C Hazolrigg and Albert B on Catalogue H H Roberts John H Cassoll Albert B Blanton Committee on Awards W E Bosworth W A Glanton H H Roberts Eugene E Hogo OA gTORIi9rBears Bignatcre of A tZ KILLED BY LIGHTNING On the farm of Mr J Eliott Gaines near Farmdale two very valuable cows and a calf were killed in a hundred yards of his house during the storm of Satur day evening Ono of the cows Mr Gaines had refused forty dollars for and the other ono was equally as valuable Sympathy is extended to our friends In their loss DANGEROUS AND UNCER TAIN 1 For sunburn totter and all skin and scalp disease DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Itwill draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a soar Roils old sores oarbpnclest etc are quickly oared by tho use of the HazolIR M COBLIN IDR 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort 1103mt It t 11 0 J pI It t Ii Pleasant to kikejA y Laxativew Syrup A NATURES CURE FOB iCtfteMir i9u Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts pare a1fnormalare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege i taBle Compound and if used in Constipation will bring sty about a complete cure ridding of such as r Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc f t1J Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than4any other you have tried tAy ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE t F= 7 Tobacco Bellows BlOHoes Forks Spades VH r- Cradles and Fingers Scythes and SnatcheskScythe Stones Whe lborrowsil Thresher Machine Oil i i lTarpaulins f f h Monkey Wrenches t + i Pipe Fittings and Wrenches it t PrnAlM STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc State College of Kentucky Lexington Ken ucky The Agricultural and Mechanical StateC011egc of Kentucky offers V iJIithe of study Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical f 1 rMechanical Electrical 4mleadsto a masters degree Each course of is jIland k County appointees receive tuition room rent In dormitories fuel and JhThey isThewomen and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and in use Military tactics and science are fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent t positions and 11Jeral remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the College to supply Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge J providedfor Kulanyprovidesfacl11t1es cultureIt FrAn opportunity is thus afforded to young women of obtaining athorough education In classic modern language literature science economyNoOf women at all comparable tothose offered by the State College of atKentucky For catalogues method 6f obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply toiJAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to D C PKAZEEJ Business Agent Lexington Ky Fall Term Begins September 14 1905 t43td J L THE LAST CHANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS H MhIaln Street KI CATALOGUE OF APPROACH IN G STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON We aro under obligations tg Sec retary Geo A Bain for a copy u tho catalogue ofthe Kentucky y State Fait which will be held at 1 Lexington beginning Monday w tember 18 and continuing ttrrou g out the week t The pamphlet is filled with all r necessary information as to the FairtiMr Bain will please accept our thanks for the courtesy il L Ia Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oata +4 NICE AFFAIR Tho Stedmantown Circle of the delightfulmon nightIn out who thoroughly enjoyed the jI affair r In the voting ooutostfor the most fiJ popular and handsomest young lady Miss Nellie Hook smith was chosen ii The affair netted a neat sum for 1I tho Hospital b Editor Roundabout t v When one gets Ballnrda- v Obelisk Miles M K Mf Old theyMifjours are as made airg located in sec tions so they are enabled to draw R their supplies of wheat from States that harvested and threshed V their wheat and it on the market in firstclass shape while ilpcnl mills ar9 compelled to use that was harvested and r threshed damp Wheat once wet lean never be dried to make first ill I class flour It will pay those good Hour to ask their n ligrocers for the above brands Call l on me before buying and I will tell you all about it t JNO E MILES r AGENT FurnishingGoods Wallace French Line- nUnderwear worth 500 Suit For 12 Price i All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear L worth 200 to 400 Suit v For 12 Price Broken sizes Every Straw Hat In our house For 12 Price Choice of till our Fancy Hosiery for 25c worth 50c to 150 All our Belts for 12 Price Everything in this sale for cash and nothingsent out on approval BEARD Mrs Milton Hawley who has been ill for some time is better Miss Anna Parrent of Frankfort- f is the guest of Miss Bessie Han cock Miss Ermine Jett of Jetts Frank tin county was the guest ot Miss HoekhMrs Sue Crockett of Louisville is visiting Mrs Theresa Gregory Mr Harry Davidson of the U S IMrsEMr Charlie Wigginton and wife of Louisville dined at the home o Mr Ben Cox Sunday Mr M A Stoess the popula- undertaker and embalmer was i Louisville on business Tuesday Rev Roger Nooe pastor of the Christian Church went to Corinth Grant county Tuesday evening t begin a meeting SOflrtho Beard Mercantile Cos store iMiss Elnora Potts has returned home frrom a visit to relatives Louisville blrL D Moody rind family have returned home from Washington D C OLD TIMER aa F 0 SPECIALS Fifty Dents to Georgetown and 75 cents to Paris and return Sunday August 20 Tickets good only on special train leaving Frankfort at 7 a in and returning on special leaving Cincinnati at 8 p m o CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con ditions In the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a useof German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest 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 canI bo prevented or stopped by taking German liberally and regu larly Should you bo able toy go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c i regular size 76o At all drug gists 1 yr S ti t j1 t Clothing Department Art 2Piece Mixed Suits For 12 Price Large lot 3piece Nixed Suits and 2piece Black and Blue Suits Spring and Summer weights 20 and 18 kind for 1350 15 kind for 10 12 and 10 kind for 750 850und8 kind for 6 All Low Cut Shoes At sacrifice prices 500 Patent Oxfords for 375t500 Tan and Kid Oxfords for 350 400 Oxfords al kinds 300 350 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 225 250 Oxfords all kinds L75 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfords all kinds 100 100 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords CRUTCHER SIMPSON NOTICE All persons Indebted to Mrs Allie V Jones are hereby notified to call at once and settle and those hav ing claims against her estate will present the same proven as required by law JOHN W VAUGHAN ExeoutorIFOR SALE House on Fourth or Cross street now occupied by C F Allen be streetsfon Ann St at Miss iiutle Wares rjIii2t iTHE PACIFIC COAST IDo want to live where the iclimate is mild the your round where the resources line inure varleu than in tiny other equal area in the world whore with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops where business is good and capital awaitiyoun ChiongoUlIlonLine Send 4 cents in stamps to- W B Kniskern P T M C N W Ry Chicago for booklets and full information DR G W NORMAN SPECIALIST Office Farmers Flat New Phone 449 49lm POISONS IN FOOD W podi iS3You 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 undi gested foodor money back 25c at all druggists Try them SOOTHING AND COOLING The salvo that heals without a soar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo No remedy eiloots such speedy re lief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for piles and skin diseases De Witts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they aro dangerous Sold by J W Gayle i 7d BIG i 6 IN FrankfortKy KENTUCKYS STATE FAIR I AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAyS PREMIUMS 25000 6IIN PREMIUMS Ii THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 9 7 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For or Further Iiformation Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Dyspepsia CureIstomachtiredstomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure nput4 a t7o LatJ- ofaQrotEODWltt a LlcRoUL4 DIIt Ytt EatAfeAras thm mnmth tfwvo- Am a itn 1 Catalogue Lold9y4limn jlVial or etnt 11j For sale by J W Gayle t r7r fo I i Both Main St TW rI Now is the time for building BARNSWe carry complete stock of J V Crimp arid CQrrtigeted STEEL ROOFINGRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll fY Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges Ii I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled I 307309 Phones BEATMS YRESIn Louisville on Sunday Mrs Effie Ayres widow of the late Mr Hugh R Ayres aged about 40 years Mrs Ayres was a modest and re tiring lady and a consistent Chris tian The remains were brought t here on Monday morning and in terred in the family lot in our cem eteryShe leaves one sona lad of some r twelve years of ageand a large circle of friends to mourn her un timely death- TAYLORAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Sunday Mr Richard E Taylor aged 70 years of tuberculosis t Mr Taylor was well connected and had been a competent and trusted bookkeeper in banks and other institutions and had been a teacher in the common schools of i the county The funeral and burial took place at Switzer on Monday- CHURCH7Near Peaks Mill en Sunday Mr Henry 0 Church aged I 76 yearsMr was a highly re Bpected citizen a member of the Christian Church The funeral services were con ducted from the residence on Tues day morning by Rev M Rash and the remains were laid away in the family MUSigALE AQQURTHOUSEI On Monday night August 2i the first bf the entertainments to be giv n by thn TriCttuhty Institute ftill be givett at the Courthouse This will be a musioale and under the direction and management of Miss Spioie Belle South This t county Woodford and Scott prising the TriCounty oomI be held here that week will to Frankfort people several inter estlng programs and as the admis- sionr is entirely free the Courthouse will be taxed for room to acoom modate those who attend Below will be found the program for Mon day night Music from Midsummer Nights Dream Mendelssohn Misses Spicie Belle and Floretta Ab1fi South Who is All For YouDHardelotMiss Mary Weldon South 0 Fair 0 Sweet and Holy Cantor Boots and Saddles Dudley Buck Mr John Amar Shishmanian Piano Solo Selected nrsonRedingMrs R M 0 That We Two Were May lugSmithMiss South and Mr Sing Me to Sleep Edwin Green Mrs B M Goblin Violin obligato Miss Eudpra i South II Armenian Mountain Song Armenian Battle Song Mr Shishmatiian Lullaby Chadwick The Misses South and Mrs Coblin STREET FAIR TO BE HELD Notwithstanding the vigorous protests of many merchants and r others the City Council granted permission for a Street Fair at the meeting on Wednesday night The fair will be held September 25 and the four succeeding days P C SOWER 8c COSTAMPING GROUNDI Mr Geo L Louisville and Mies Ruth G Reynolds of Oynthiana are guests of Mrs JJ Yates Mr Charlton Duvall of Chicago Ills is the guest of relatives here Mr A J Oldham haq purchased the house and lot of Mrs Lida Adams on Mainstreet Price pri vateMrs Susie Reynolds Graves and children of Louisville are guests of Mrs T Stone Mr C H Duvall has sold to Mr J R W Duvall his interest in his mothers estate 86 acres for 1600 Mrs Z T Thomason and daugh ters Mrs Ophelia Mitchell of Greenville Tenn and Miss Sal lie of Frankfort are visiting Mrs D H Duvall BirthsTo Mr Allen Robinso- and wifea son To Mr J So Rob inson and wifea daughter To Mr J W Coyle and wlfea boy Mr G M Tilford who is a soldier In the U S Regular Army i spending his furlough at home He has served three years iu the Philllplnes and reenlisted Mr S P Willis apd wife are visiting relatives in Woodford coun ty Mr Willis is in the revenue service but is not assigned to duty this month MarriedAugust 15 at the resi dence of Mrs Frandes Bond the brides grandmother Mr Clark R Roberts and Miss Ella Bond youngest daughter of the late Mr dos W Bond married b BaptistChurohgne h91Q attend them Died Near Sutersville Mr John Ireland aged 04 of consump tion Ho was an estimable gentle man and a brave Confederate soldier serving under Col J Rus sell Butler of the First Kentucky Cavalry The funeral was con ducted by Rev G W Hill on Mon day and the burial took place at JosephineThere considerable diphtheria in the lower edge of this county and in the edge of Franklin around the village of Elmville The heavy rains have made the corn and helped tobacco and grass but the weedswell they are here to boat the band UNO Itching piles Never mind if ev erything else failed to cure you Try Doans Ointment No failure there 60 cents at any drug store NOTICE TO ALL CONCERNED We are requested to announce to all persons who wish to attend the Franklin Association Wednesday and Thursday next that there will be NO CHARGE for admission to the grounds Some have the idea that because it is at Cove Spring Park they will be charged an entrance fee This is a mistake FREE TO ALL rer CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of FINE PLATE GLASS BROKEN Ono of the fine plate glass in the St Clair street show window of the Safety Vault and Trust Co was broken on Thursday It will cost 75 to replace beside the work on it J KENTUCKYS GREATEST Shelby County Fair to be Held Au gust 22 23 24 and 25 Reduced rates on All Railroads The great Shelby County Fai will begin its fortyfifth annual ex hibition op their giounds near Shel byville next Tuesday August 22 and continue four days Reducer rates have been arranged for railroads and as usual a larJeI crowd from this county will in attendance The Shelby County Fair is probably tho best oldfash coned fair now being hold in Ken tucky and no visitor ever attends that does not spend a pleasant time and feel upon his return that he is well repaid for his time and the little expense necessary for the trip plongramme severn new been arranged for this will especially interest visitor from a distance The Floral Hall exhibit this year promises to sur will pass all former exhibitions and it be alone worth the cost of ad missionTuesday the 22d will be Ladies and Childrens Day and all of the fair sex and the children will be admitted free Wednesday will be Blue Grass Day H Thursday will be popular Louisville Day and Friday Shelby County Day Remember the dates August 22 23 24 and 25 and make your arrangements to attend the Shelby Fair CLOSE CALL While attempting to cross the railroad bridge on Thursday even ing shortly after 7 oclock Mr H Clay Wilson agent for the New fork Life Insurance Co had his buggy upset and himsalf thrown the switch which beIlatedhead and hip The buggy was practically uninjured and the horse whioh has run away twice before ran up Broadway to St Clair up St Clair to Main and out Main to Arlington Heights where he was caught and brought back down the street Mr Wilson was assisted to his home where his bruises wore attended to He will be confined to the house for a timeIIt was a close call As to who was to blame for the accident there amonglItching hemorrhoids were the plague of my life Was almost wild Doans Ointment cured me quickly and permanently after doctors had failed C Corn well Valley Street Saugerties N GRAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN It needs but little foresight to toll that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Yidid She says I had the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not oat I 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 weak women Sold under guarantee by all druggists at 50o a bottle t ti a tliFlall Best We have had for many yars the reputation of selling allI A A r what is best in ji r f ftl Sterling Silver lt 1 Andof never allowinga hint f inferiority to show anywhere moo 11 i t A new line has just arrived beating they t well known trademark of the c Gotham Manufacturing Co vTWiWhichir their kind Theassortmeitcompdses viH Knives Forks and Spoons fl4 i v fJ 7 And larger pieces as well v i We hope you will examine them IfI r M A Selbertrr ff t Reliable Jeweler F C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday June 6th 1005 the morning train on the F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 020 a m instead of 650 as heretofore and will leavo Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrie at Paris at 760 a m and connect with trains on Kentucky Central for Carlisle Millersburg Maysville Cynthiana Falmouth and Cincin nati The westbound morning train on F C will leave Paris at at looallsouthbound 0 W HAY 80tf Genl Passenger Agent s Dr Weaver1 Treatment Syrup for the blood Cert for tkinerapttai r I 60 YEAfi Ia i PATENTS rrITRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Anyoneeendingaeketchanddeecrlptlonmap tf Ohl qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free trInvention la CommuDlcaof hone strictly continental ent free OJdeat encyforeecurnBpenu r r Patents taken d co recelpa ipcetalnotue without charge In the p Scientific JimciiCiin A hands omelr Illustrated weekly ranre rotation an scientific Journal Terms ears four months L d al Cod pi IN DW It WadIDato Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 160 T j r ttt COMMUNICATED n One of tho loveliest receptions r t this season was given by Miss May JEIookensmith in honor of hor guests ttt the Forks of Elkhorn August greenJ1parlor hnll and dining room were yellowKnook and corner Candles awith tiny yellow shades stood ll profusion overyAVhere In fact the Souse looked as fairy land i tlook guests wore met at the doo 0 by Miss DaiRyHookensmithwhQ t was gowned organdie A t the head of the stairs stood Little Miss Emma Holton who showed j each guest to the waiting rooms MistiMf HockonHmith i After n few dainty touches the guests preceded down the long cur whichibl i t gowned in red silk mull Mr Allen Misst4ti jandie and jewels of Nicholas f r vino Mr Larue Hookensmith then Miss Jennie Wrsh in white h e organdie and Italian embroidery 1l1s3estr aided very gracefully over the r HarperntJp k room r The guests wore Misses Jennie Wash Shelbyvlllo Martha Baker Nicholas villo Spioie Belle South fr JEudbra South Mary South Annie And Eva Hockensmith Sallie and t it JJyde Suter Carrie Brook Maria TeXnRjlJi Mower Allio Wllkerson Loxirig lrf k ton Mary and Quarles Julia South Pinkie Crum Sue Harper 1 A Inc Holton Caroline Gray Lulu Hara Roberta Moore Messrs v Alien Crittendon of Greenville V Miss James H nton Versailles Joo Holton Sandy Holton Dan Bowen Bert Bacon Charlie Mar tin Will Utterbauk Brown 4hPaul South Frank Trimble Frank Ireland Pryor Hockonsmith Tay UvJbr Hookenfimith Clay Costig- anqYil1f1ant s Tom Jones Roy Gray 1y Newman Weslov Suter John Sohishmanlan Robert Hamil wt6n Frnnkfort iT A GUEST FRANKLINS SHARE OF SCHOOL ER CAPITA v Under the school capita of ofiF yiiitjh tiro arty schools will receive 4883080 upon 2531 pupils and the county schools 1118218 upon fl 680 pupils there being in each err case ii small addition to the fund 7f ifroui what is known as the county t Kiirplns bund fund t q1 SyrupAfor the skin JDO IT TODAY rho timeworn injunction Hover put oil till tomorrow what you can dofc today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it tiHday That the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold you have been stfug remedyta ti nr Uoschaas Gorman Syrup overr4 i il undoubtedly relieve your gh or cold and Its continued f xs1i5tS for a tow days will euro you deepvvOOl1 gumption has attacked your lungs Syrup will surely lfiootncl1r as it has done before ittin thousands of apparently hopeless ttt trinlltJ uiI nY FLYER N0 6+ S D JOHNSON COFlyer Days This Week on Friday and Saturday Aug llth and 12th Flyer Prices will be given on LACE CURTAINS PENANGS COTTON VOILLES GINGHAMS RIBBONS and LACES i Waists Suits and Skirts Less Than Half Price August Sales II ontOrgandiestGrenadines You save 25 per cent on the nowI ful designs reduced to lOc Table Linens Towels Sheet ings Muslins greatly reduced Fa J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper PanitsOils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Gurnnteed Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky JJand Mado Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCDLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Franklin Institute classical School for boys and girls will begin its first an liondaySeptemher II to 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 tutoling 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 245I47td j d I J r in 1f k r J r Better Spices For your canning and pickling recipes you need the kind of spices you get here Spices are drugs and we buy them as carefully as we do any other item of drugs We buy spices on the basis of quality Our first effort is to get the very best our next to get them as cheaply as possible You will find that these good spices go so much farther and give so much better results as to be far more economical than the grade that is cheap inpriceI only illW GAYLE DruggistICorner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FRAUD EXPOSED latelybeenitations of Dr Kings New Discov ry for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such who seek to profit through peoploI ing the reputation of which have been successfully cur ing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on tin wrapper Look for it fin all Dr Kings or Bucklers remedies as all otheroare mere imitations ChicngoIll New Fast TrainTO Colorado UTAH AND THE II PACIFIC COAST 111n1tS Sunday May The now trains a m daily The evening trains to same points in daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for SnnFran sco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address- R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo THE PACIFIC COAST l TouristsSeeking If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Pugot SoundoounItry during the period of low ratesIto Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see inoludingBanffdian Rookies a sea trip from Vic Expusitionground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor tmon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limn Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and4reach 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 illustratedj andiBoth phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route- Louisville Ky IOF INTEREST TO TRAV ELERS f pnssengulidesiring Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusivej rflNo at Lexington until 480 p in No 14 at Burgin until 410 p All interested will please be governed accordingly tf Half the ills that man is heir tor BurdockBloodindigestionimpossible Mil KillMil BU Midland Route IcThe Time Table June 5th 1905 Nom A No82I SUNDAYnl1I t D 2517 20 20ILV FrankfortArl 1111106219 6 6 58 6 48 412u2 712 Georgetown 6 29 S 1UW 6 25 2 a Newtown 854 607 8 Centerville 8 5 59 MB8 M Ar Paris fLv 880 543 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Control Connects at Frnnkfort Union Depot with L 8s K BETWEEN CINCIliNATIVIA P MlA MJ IAMIPM 0 Lr Frankfort Ar 25IBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M P M C20 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 720 715 261 Lv Georgetown Ar 625 7 40 Lv Ar 6 83 010 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 56 r KENTUCK CENTRAL R R POINTS 62AL Frankfort A 25A720P 47P 12A A Georgetown A 9 Ole 62 542PO15P 9 A Mayavillo L 45A 15P 50271APA Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER 1Pros and Genl Supt CWHAYGPA t 1t Written for tho Roundabout t f GHOSTSA STORY FOR t MEX ONLY Chapter VII Motherhood As economy of attention re quires that the mind should ho brought to a thought in the shor eat and easiest way a decided gal- is often effected by putting a part for the whole so Huldahs method was not only individual but rntlonal from a reasonable vantage gronnd- I said II Howdy and she re sponded with a smile laying the bunch pinks close to my tram bling fingers She was a very r pleasant to look upon though her faon betokened days of weary labor with nights of vigil Her were blue sad and full of questioning surmise Her lips uncertain trembling from sup pressed emotion I felt thnt another chapter in a real story wns about to be revealed to my tinooti r scions ego and the knowledge de rived would act in nowise detrimental to mental culture Huldah represented the mother hood of the That immortal spirit of the Godhead thnt dwells alone and silent In tho of the womenand whicl 4hearts and endures without sym t pathetic recognition beyond the passing outward signs of grief nd i sorrow She regarded home as the one spot in all her little world oil cumscrihed by the encircling mountains Her children the sum tota of value commensurate with in trinsio worth Her husband the one beln unknown in his preoon calved ideas to the other member of a common brotherhood comprin ing her neighborhood Hersel simply an instrument in a plan of Providence to increase the family of a generation a figurehead In arithmetical factoring a mlleston on the highway of predetermined destiny Just a handful of dus scattered to the winds a trouble made to be broken by a breath a life levIedbecause of obligation There was never a thought of the tenderness commensurate with her characteristic virtue not one ex peotation as to a possible reward even after death only a oeaselesi dallylivingfailure as a matter These are simply psychic im presslons caused by negative prob is not a case in point but a complete whole and as watched the phazes of reciprocal telepathy swaying the wires of memory J was in a measure prepared for what followed Youns paint married Tom11 No Huldah I replied with n determination never to betI I am a lonelyhearted sinner not good enough to find right woman to make or mar my happiness But this is neither here nor there Tell me your troubles perhaps I might be able to speak some word of com fort or give you n word of advice She shrugged her shoulders as one does before a possible attack and clasped her hands in expression of determined effort Weuns are tired of livin1 with weuna man Tired of trvin ter fight ther enemies moomliine an1 kyrds tired uv workin fur nuthin1 corn failed sang failed ever thing failed1 r I was suddenly brought face to fafto wjth tragedy more real more personal than any seen upon the boards The plot was the same old story of sin and separationthis time the man was to blame and isnt the man always to blame Weary of labor and life is only work from the cradle to the gravel Fighting enemies whisky and gambling two stupendous giants hi the arena of daily striving Fail ure in crops failure in hopes failure in prospects could any present past or future happening be less dreadful I am sorry for you Huldah The lossqf your man might prove a to you for you are too true a woman to secure a divorce ton good a wife to leave the malt to his enemies too devoted a mother to let the children suffer Where are your father and mother Gould they not help you over this trouble and give you some means bv which you might live easier Huldah did then what other women r often do when tried She broke PIintoa deluge of tears so copious so 9 overwhelming that it seemed to mo f the fountain of her heart had broken its bounds without reserve The tears of n woman always was my undoing any other alternative better than this So I turned my I head and looked out upon the breadth of heavens canopy It was an ideal morning The mist from Baynes Valley floated away in fantastic forms and the sweet fresh air from Mt Livingston blew across my brow I waited Slower and slower grew the intense sobbing more resigned the features and again turning my head I met Huldahs smiling face A woman is a problem From tears to smiles from depths of despair to heights of what a problemITears keeps ther heart from brenken an a kine word wuz what Wjuns needed Youns done good an1 Huldah is goin back home iwith a purpose ter be brave Wyatt sayd ther chillun cud tend school an Weuns will take washing fur ther boarder at ther dormatory God knows fur ther bee Weans air thankful hit Ifjr haint no wust then what hit airIIf weuris never meet agin fur Huldah her man an ther chillun J1 I I promised faithfully and Just at she passed out Marthy whispered that ther little mother would like to speak ter me ri lher little mother came awk wardly in with a pink sunbonnet dangling from her arm and her red brown plaited and hanging down her back Her eves were brown her feet bare and the dress waist and skirt were in two pieces ginned together by safety pins not have been over four teen years of age These mountain girls marry young and families comprising ten and fifteen are too numerous for either pride or pov ertys sake I told the child mother that her little one was better oft in that fair land of angels and in attempting to com fort her I was surprised to find the nlequalShe intently Ignorant of even the simplest form of polite ethics the most favored phaze of common usage in etiquette and social status She appeared to me standing there wondereyed and helpless as another problem in the study of ghosts A spirit of the ageunformed and plastic which might dwell seven angels lin truth and forgiveness or a legion devils wild and untamed as a cage of animals captured in the jungles of Africa could teach or train this twisted chain of ideals What manner of man could be found to stoop down and raise to higher altitude this forsaken woman weep In over the death of atf innocent babe on who had been showered all the love and devotion of a cruel agony I was powerless to say She too wept but in silence more pathetic than even Huldahs grief for it was more sublime I called Marthy to my rescue II Martha It I said II why couldnt you Live this little mother a home She could assist you in so many ways and keep you company when Hymdam iff from home She is so lonely so desolate and I will ask my mother and sister to clothe her and we will send her to school1 Thelsay ing pleased Marthy for she con sidered a business proposition as essential as a spiritual one and went about doing useful deeds as methodically as she did deeds of charity So it was decided that our protege would remain under our roof and enter into the duties of home and housekeeping imme diately She made herself useful In many ways to me appearing to appreciate my efforts in her behalf and whew I was able to sit up she always brought me the freshest drink from the mountain spring and the dew bespangled blossoms from the mountain side going about her work with a brighter faoo8 more wide awake view of life a seeming desire for an educa tion the key to which was as yet unknown but which would be Brightened by fingers used to labor and taught to understand the handwriting of God It is a little thing to speak a phrase IOf bydailyHas almost lost its sense yet on the eat 3f him who thought to die un mourned Twill fall like choicest music N S COX August 9 IflOo Continued I OASTORJAleant ilgnature d Iof C k 0 TIME TABLF SOUTH AMI 1LT 820 030 oOJ6Shelbrville 7 00 ir Louisville 11100 NORTH No22A IiLouisville 1J80 6IX ShelDyvllle 101HKmnkfort 710 A Lexington 1116 siC e Ill IIOOUIUIwmwR lg BETW- EENLOuisville iiAND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H otoo P At 6 Cor 4th mad Market Stiu Jxulrflt LETTER LIST I The following is a lISt of adver tised letters for the week ending August 19 1005 Boner Mrs Maggie Harsher J T Cale Harrison Deck Mrs F E Fields Miss Susie Flynn Maggi- eHamptonG D Hanson J N Heaton E H LaGarde L Antol Lawson KIrtley Lutjens C N- Mclyanghey Milton K W Monday R L Moy Mrs Annie Mooring Thos Morning rerfPaytonPegs Mrs Janie E Pendleton Chesley Proskrom O B Robert ion- Rosenfeld I Ryder Mrs Lettie Snider John Wilborn Miss Bertha Witt Charley Persons calling for the abovo let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Accidents come with distressing frequency on the farm Cuts bruises stings sprains Dr Thomas Eoleutrio Oil relieves the pain instantly Never safe without it SELLING OUT I By reference to another column it will be seen that Mr WJ Soot tow is offering his whole stock of groceries etc at cost to close out his business He finds this neces sary because he can not obtain a storeroom the one ho is in having been rented over his head without notice by another firm Tills is all good stook and in prime condition Dr R P BuckmasterOs- teopathic Physician Office at Mrs T P Browns 447 Main Street Vill he in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY 48tf Address JOHN SEBASTIAN FMTraf Mir Rock hUad SystMs CHICAGO t fIf t fdil Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been IThe use for over 30 years hats horjne the signature of a per sonal supervisiomslnco infancy no one todeceive Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but IAll that trifle with and endanger the health of and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing gyrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worniei and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind k Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cUres Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates Stomach and Bowels giving Healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS e Signature of ceThe Kind You tee Always Bought iIn Use For Over 30 Years em- PLEASANTLY EFFECTIVE Never in the way no trouble to carry to take pleasant and never failing in results are Little Early Risers These famous little are a certain guarantee against heagaohe billfouBnees tor rind of the ills in from constipation They tonic strengthen liver Curd jaundice Sold by J W Gayle and has been made under his its Allow in this are the easy and you rt Dr CadyB CenditfeR Powder aref just what a horse needs when in bathicondition Tonic blood purifier are food br ifhorsecents per package 1 I For sale by J W Gayle and 1eo LeOompte Gayle v x j y To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish towit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island Systemwill takeyou up in either Chicago or StLouisor at hundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through a Standardor Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Colorado see Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Franciscor pi and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer anunusually good chance to seer our western country in a comprehensive manner IIfyou desire to go only asfar as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905 one w y tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare nk If interested send name and address on ttyi coupon desigaatiag- IV which booklet wasted and to what point you plan to go Name probable V date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates efe 1 Sead f booWet ud rates Naaae AcLrIim vt DclluY 44 I i nl t f El PASO