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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL xxrai FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 26 I90b NO151 McClures Final CutjIFa Our sale of the last two weeks has greatly reduced our fi stock of summer goods As we make it a rule never to carry over goods from one season to another we are making stI- llIfurther reduction today Especially in Clothing and Oxfords Suits at 10 Vortlr2522 20 and 18 LESS TIIAN HALF PRICE on many of them and we do not think such values i were eer before equaled in Frankfort fl Nearly all thats left of ourstociof iiow1cijSuitsat650At this price choice of nearly all menstsergesiat 650 unequalled elsewhere Womensiii Tan Oxfords pricesl f Here is the most remarkable shoe offering 1 ever made to the women of ourhoxfords with welt soles at just half prICe This means f Laird Schober Tan Oxfords 250 t 3 50 Tan Oxfords 175 250 Tan Oxfords 125 100 Tan Oxfords 100 f0 OF FAIR AT rt We arc in receipt or a copy of the of tho of Fair at which will be held 20 80 and 31 It is a well up of about 80 pages and the off red are liberal and The fair is under tim of David Bell with Mr C F Deuman A time will bo had by those N Three that threaten I life Dr Fowler Extract of Wild never tp conquer them i t Mens Oxfords both and tan now at 250 The best shoe I Mens Belts price Fancy Socks price Straw price NeckwearAt all our 50c FOti i sand a lot of 25c now half UnderwearAt e All the in our store at from 00 to 600 a suit now at half pri- ceHammocks price These Prices CASH ONLY kr RKMCCLURESON r S Clair Street Ky 4KNIGHTS PYTHIAS NICHOLASVILLE catalogue Knights Pythias Nicbolasvillo August gotten pamphlet premiums attractive management President Hecrejary delightful attending spectres babys infinitum dysentery diarrhoea Strawberry rLfalls At 250 Regent Oxfords black wearing made At half 50c At half itsAt half Nearly 1Han light colored Fourin Hands price fancy underwear selling At halt Are For r sWl 212214 Frankfort BUYS HOUSE AND LOT Judge W L Ponce has purchased a house and lot on the West Side from Mr John L Quire Consider ation l57o cash r IANILE SPRAINED While coming down trio steps in front of the court house on Wed nesay night Mrs O C Kenney slipped on the worn stone steps and spriiinod her ankle fAgenuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold in one day 1Ii fjt BUYS COTTAGE HOME Mrs Pruo Hunt Rodman pu chased the oozy cottage homo Mr Goo G Speer on Campb street on Monday for 2850 cash Tho solo was made by Mr E M Wallace the real estate agent SERIOUS BANK FAILURE ofIIoulsvilloof the National Bank Examiner on Monday The bank had only boon in existence as a National Batik for a short time o C9A Swx O ncABears the Ito 80llgblI riif jUL HORRIBLE MURDERS Suspicion Strongly Points to Man Arrested And Lodged in Jail On Tuesday last shortly after noon the news was telephoned to this city from Elmville that Mr George Smith and son Mr Jarnen D Smith had been shot and killed near that place and just in the edge of this county Coroner Graham was notified and went to the scene and held an in quest the jury returning a verdict in accord with the facts It seems that Mr Smith had had some trouble with a neighbor by the name of Calvin Newton over SmithsIOn the morning of the klllln Mr Smith had gone to Elmville land obtained some fencing wire- which he and his son were string ing on the top of the worm fence to keep any animal from jumping They had been at work an hour or so when neighbors hoard some loud voices in a quarrel and they allege that the voices wore recog nized as those of Newton and Smith quickIstill Neighbors becoming alarmed the shooting gathered and bun the elder Smith dead lying on his back with a hole shot through the righteyennd head and the younger Smith lying on face with a hole in his back andwhen turned over uttered a low words and passed away It was found that he had also been shot in the face and side So strong was the circumstantial evidence pointing towards Newton as the murderer that Deputy Sheriff Lucas and Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall who had accompanied Sheriff to the places arrested him lodgedIpoint to Newly- as the slayer still he sh uid be given the benefit of the doubt an his denial of guilt until further ev dence is adduced Ho strenousl denies guilt The affair caused great excite ment in the neighborhood and in the city The family of the murdered men are good citizens and have the sympathy of everyone Dr Wearers Treatment imP portf ioa blood Cerate heals akin eruption iAGED LADY HURT Mis Mary B Wilson widow of tho late Mr B Frank Wilson of this county and mother of Mrp Preston L Gibson was so unfor whileIthree ribs Dr C K Wallace was called and reduced the fractures Mrs Wilsons age makes against her but Dr Wallace hopes that el may recoverIIDr Weaver Syrnp and Cerate Beceetafol treatment for blood wad akin dlusw N e ILADIES BRUISED UPI al OBrien and Missj Florence Bishop wore going to the homo on the Versailles pike a rut away delivery wagon ran into the sulnslof0 allladles ontoMrs was con siderably bruised and shnkeuIMiss Bishop had her badly out Di C A Fish was called and dressed and closed the wound twit several stitches Both ludios were taken home TAKE KODOL AFTER EAII After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attauk of indigestion Kodol is a thorough dlgestunt and a Ktiaran toed cure for indigestion dyspep sic gas on the stomach weak heart sour rising bad bioath and byWJ b i 30 LadlesTailorMade r 1425 1 25 t j 1g1200 l i i The cool evenings are beginning to sug ojiVedfew words to the- Economical J WomanI l About our Tailor Made Suits whichwe now offer for less than onehalt price The skirts are all j plaited styles andas plaited Skirts are theIstyle for fall the Skirts to these suits dwill be just as good Skirtne Ij save you money daIj 0 KAGIN b t BRIDGE1i Jr s MILITIA ORDERED OUTyThe Martin Guards of this city Kentuckykwith a Lexington company and the fr battery also from this city have been ordered to Russellville to I1lesault and who are on trial for that 1itiCapt Hiram B Williams f CHAMPION SAWMILL SOLDyjJf tThe Champion Sawmill the Jiton jl 1Jtogether with the big stock of logs on hand Tho transaction involves a 4slclernble11The new concern will employ a itnumber of hands and will disburse largo sums of money GANKLE SPRAINED t As Miss Catherine MoKoy of Dayton Ohio was stopping from tho F C train aU Paris to tho Ie C R R on Sunday morning she was so unfortunate as to twist and sprain her ankle Spa bravely kept on to her homo however latIry h 1 i Sr r Tr lI tr 1 TOBACCO GROWKJST Tfif Mr Archibold Stuart President of the Burley Tobacco Growers Assoc j1fhi yitalJinterestPERSONAL Rev Dr M B Adams visited i Louisville on Tuesday Mrs J R Ely fins returned froi f Olympia Springs Col Geo B Harper wife an children are visiting in the East Judjre Bon V Smith of Somer sot was hero Thursday Dr J S Soodrloh and wife hay e returned from 16XI8 Mic Coranello pattern is visit ing tin Misses Mull at Cincinnati Mrs C C Furr has gone to the east eft a vacation trip Miss Janio Dehoney has gone t Niagara Falls Toronto etc Mr Courtland henault of Ir vine was in the city Wednesday Mr Phil Grinstead of Lexington SaturdayaMr E L Samuel and wife hay returned from Olympia Springs Master Wm Crowmell visited rel atives in Bowling Green this weel GreerfMr A Logan McKee of nati spent Sunday here Mr Jos W Hedden of Mt Ste ling was in the city Wednesday Mr W Arthur Howard returnee Friday night from Altantlc City Mr G Russell Hughes left Sat urdny morning for Chicago Ill Col A D Martin has gone to Chicago Ill on a business trip Miss Eunice Kenney has returnee form a visit to Lexington Col Thos A Hall has gone to Paducah for a short visit visitingfriends Miss Mattie Wilder Vaught ha returned from a visit to Danville Mr WW Longmoor has returned from a visit to Cynthiana Mrslno P Hanley visited friends in Mt Sterling this week Judge Ira Julian has returned from Atlantic City Mrs Ben T Farmer of Cincinnati was the guest of her sister Mrs C C Newton this week Mr W D Grant of St Loui rMo visited relatives here th Mr Frank Heeney has gone Niagara Falls Toronto and Ne York City- General Deputy Collector Chat O Reynolds of Lexington was in the city Saturday Mrs W G Simpson and children ret rued Friday from a visit to relatives In Owen county Miss Izetta Wright who has been the guest ofrelatives at Finchville Shelby county has returned home Mr Allen Bond of LawrenceI burg was the guest of Mr Paul Collins his cousin this week Mr Eugene Carlton returned Saturday from a visit to Lnwrenoe e burgMr Gray Wolf rd of Altanta is the guest of Mr Jno W i Tremera Mrs Jno G South was the guest of her father Gov W O Bradley in Louisville tins week Mrs David P Davis visited her father Mr Sumuels in Shelbyville this week visitiuJfriendctending the Shelbyville Fair Mr C G Mutzenburgh and family are visiting their old home at Hyden Leslie county Dr L M Suott and wife of Je lico Tenn were guests of Col Jas A Scott and family this week Mrs Inez W Thompson of Ver sailles attended the TriGounty Teachers InstItilte- Superintendent Melvin B Hifner of Wuodford county attended tl t Tn County Teachers Institute Miss Payne of George town was the guest of Miss Emma Payne Conway street this week Miss Antionetto Woodson of Col orado Springs Col is visiting rel atives here l Rev J J Taylor D D Georgetown was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams this weekIMisses Sarah and Martha Grin nan of Paris wore guests of Mr Grant L Roberts this week Rev J G Bow D D of Louis WedrMiss Lena Lynch has gone to Now York City and Atlantic City for a pleasant trip Mrs Ralph R Wilson and son Thomas have returned from a visit to Shelby county v fy Mrs Wash Crutcher of Jetts a tendril the TriCounty Teachers Institute this week wnsnthis week n1Iiss Gertrude Felton of Weat guestd of Mr Jos L Rodman Sr visited his son Mr Thus B Rodman in Mt Sterling this week Miss Margaret Thompson visits d friends in Midway and Lexington this week Miss Ann Oliuroh of Louisville who has Item the guest of frient here has returned home Louisllleohero has returned home Mrs Clarence Julian visited hi brother Mr Lyne Hornelon in Louisville this week Mrs Lotha Williams of Louisa villa who has been the guest of rel atives here returned home Sunday Mrs S E lames has from a visit to Mrs E Hnyn Taylor in Woodford county Judge George DuRolle of Louis busnCorjattended Franklin Association J1Irs Chas M Ledridge and dauchtor are guests of relatives at Knoxville Toiin Mr Rot K Dooloy anti wIf who hixvp hen at Valley View for some time have returned home Miss Mattie J Hughes of Mid way attr nded the TrI County Teachers Institute this week Miss Lilian Lindig of Magwlson n vacation tMr SI W Slaughter and chug ter are guests of lIlt M M Bayh ford near Farmdale Mrs Carrie Graham Randall Guthrie who has been visiti relatives here has returned home Mr Alex T Todd Jr of Louis rills but formerly of this city was hero on Thursday Lexingtonis0 B Demaree this week hwas gionMr Carl Kagin has returned from the east whero he purchased the stock for Knciti Bros big stores Mrs W G Chapman has from Elizabtethtown returnedI wt palled by the death of Col Jos R Newton is in Atlanta On on business for the Frankfor Chair Co WecJnsdnylorW P Williams AdolphDavIsInd daukltara to visit friends anMrsJosd i Falls Toronto etc on Wednesday Lieut Jere Downing and Ser gaunt L C Norman Jr have returned from camp at Paduaah Mrs M J Kearns and children of Cincinnati are guests of Mr George Salender Second street Miss MRr Caplinger who has 1been visiting relatives in Louis has returned home Mr H P Morancy of Versatile was in the city this week am made us a pleasant calls Mrs Eugene Wolf and nIeceMiss FrancMiss Margaret Burokhardt tvl has been visiting in Cincinnati has returned home Miss Nancy Grinnan of 0 and Miss Louise Grinnan Paris Ky were guests of bfI Carrie Brock this week linebpfwent into camp with friends on ti river Lv Trumbo of the Companysof is spending his visor tion IH reIMiss Bessie Staten of Shelby villewho has been the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Branch has re turned home Dr E H Black of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Helen MoCluro and attended the Association this week a SuSphans Home Louisville attend the Association Miss Stella Buckley of Louis guesthhomo Mr F H Connelly and wife of Wontborsford Texas have be nit guests of her broihora Mr W H and Dr J A lose this week Dr D L Ringo and wife of Portsmouth 0 who have been guests of Mr S B Thomas Jmvo returned home IsMr Eliza Reed better known rs St1oS1h8 agejoousrat Woodlake this week Mr D J MoNamara and M Jno R Sower c1eJOmtestq the Grand Council of L loft Sunday for Newport ohlldraes n is of Mrs Jas H Graham have re turned home Rev W Ht Hampton of Iron ton 0 was the guest of his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton West Side this week Prof M O Winfrey and wife of Middlosboro attended the TrijCounty Teachers Association week Mrs J S Colliins and son M Paul Collins returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Lay renceburg Mrs Mutt Benckhardt of Lexing ton who has been the guest of her n e gotMrs Jas R Thomson and sons fntherehave returned home Louth A 1niooe Mrs R L Grinstoad West- Side has gone home Congv to attend the funeral of his brother 1Mr Richard Darlington Mr Jas H Fuqua Jr and wife guestshisweeksK vannugh and dren of Little Rock Ark a r guests of Mrs AnnaM Kavanaugh Todd street Rev Jno R D D of Louisvilleattended the Association this week and delivered a splendid address on Wednesday afternoon W P Bennett of IRtv representing tl Old Association attended tlt Wednesday NewrtJohn C Bridges Third this IJeoktMr Humphrey Knooht of Louis yule was the guest of Messrs Buam Schneider of the Frank weeksMr Bacon Robb had to go toRus sellvillo with the Martin Guards He requests his customers to re member this ProfT Lindsey Blayney of DanI ville was the guest of his fatther Rev Dr J MoC Blayney this week Miss Ruth Rodmanof Louisville who has been the guest of Air Thos Rodman Jr Main South Side has gone home Mrs Carlton L Graham an daughter of Chattanooga Tenn who have been guests of her goneGeorgetown MrChasISilver Creek have come here to reside sail have taken positions at Hermitage Cooper Shop Mr Wallace MoChosney and wife Jobtier leans La ofticne forHba d HerringGeorgetown ofJ tlAirs W B Morris and child who have been visiting her parents Mr J E P Woodson and wife at Colo rado Spr ngs Col have returned homo Mr Thos W Hindu who ha been spending some time at hi farm near the Forks of JIIIProf H K Taylor of the Louis villa Training School was a visitor here this week made a splendid address before the Association and pleasantoall upon us r i1Y Mr Paul Avis will has boon ap Stellog1hdlion loft for his new plaoo on Wednesday nightr dangldneon guests of Mrs Jno W Tro mere roof Mrs Plios R Barrett have returned h tIMiss Carrin Ifrock Miss Sallio Suitor Miss May Hoekensipith MrI Lnruo Hockonsmith Mr Howard offers and Mr Sandy Holton a t tended the Shelbyville Fair Thmx day KINGS AiwHlERSI Forks of Elkhorn Cirolerfl 11The Daughters will have inmont at the rosidonco ofII JeltVrs on the Goor pike on Thursday night nex August 81 Lot everybody rlho receipts will go to theHospital Cakes coffee and sandwiches Vill be servpdIFILES BANKRUPTCY PETI TION =Judge J Dan Moore has through VioletIr His assets are liven as 3980 and liabilities 0700 He plaints the usual exemptions His may friends regret exceedingly that genial Dan Moore is so aeeply- s involved VbrThe citizens of Frankfort gone- ally will give a reception on 1hur81 day August 81 at the olnbf to Wm Lindsay and wife Tho hours will be from 0 to 11 oclock p m There will be nff spHolal invitations but city is requested to The high regard in wl atfepdI good people are held will crowd the Club House r WANTEDGOOD FARM We have a friend who wishes to buy a good farm on pike well loj aysated with comfortable improve containing from 100 to sores A ny one such a farm for sale can find a responsible pur chaser by calling at this office nd147ltnoMan of character in every oom1 unity to represent the Equitable Life Assurance Society RALPH R WILSON Dist Man Frankfort Ky 502t X780s3MACKJNACISLAND And return Via F C and Great Contra Steauretr Special train loaves Cincinnati 846 a m 1905 Tickets goodreturning as late as Soptembtir 14th For full particulars apply to- W C Hay General Passenger Agent THANKFUL PEOPLE They Are Found In Part of Franl fortIIMany citizens fofyears J expcrlenade Mrs Lou Johnson of 825 Todd gootod a heavy dull aching pain over the myIbecoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakeness of the kidneys which produced an irregular scalding and excos sive condition I was treated by doctors and it seemed as medicine did not aot on me Ai condition became so serious that realized the necessity of some Immediate relief About this time neighbor spoke so highly of Doan Kidney Pills that I could not beJHave but that they had some merit daughter procured a box for m o at J W Gaylos drug store nu after giving the remedy a good fair trjnl I can now conscientiously my good recommendation nAendorsement of what Ioonsider grand kidney remedy Doans onst FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Y sole for the United HtatesfRemember the name Doans and take no other Dr Weavers Syrup Farttei the blood Cerate ointment for the itip I l ii y- sKILLThECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS i INewDIcoverV IfcONSUMPTION prrceI 1I Surest and Quickest Opre for allnTHROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MOfcTEY BACK IlIHr RELiGIOU5 AClihRUHlti iIn in Morning Prayer and Seriiiimon v5180 a m Sabbath School IntbeLchapel is i80p m Evening Prayer rind V 1Sermon Woc1nofd I T G t730p in itiiFrldaI78Q p in Bible Study i chols Mooting nt i 15 p m jThe public cordially invited to r attend t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Thorp will bo no preachingat either 1Our7 of service 1 served The Lords Supper will boob fi itJ inrfoChristian Endeavor Society lies adjourned for tho summer Prayermeeting Wednesday oven jag at 780 in the chapeh i r lThe Junior Society has adjourned for tJi summer Everybody invited J CATHOLIC CHURCH Re r j Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 High Mass at 10 a intiSundayschool at 2 p m tTt4h Vespers at 780 p m v 7 r iFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the VnsW t tor will preach tit 11 a m 1m mp Ie i Sundayschool at 945 a m in the tchapels Baraca Class at 945 a in taughty-by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union i will meet in the chapel at 715 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday fnight at 745 oclock in the chapel cordinllyinvitedHeats YTERIANCHURCHRev DD the pastor will preach at 11 a evening service Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p m ijrr yeiiiioBiin Wednesday eyon ting at 780 p m litVisitors cordially weloomedII r lwinbytorian Theological Seminary will conduct the services at theJLoostown Mission Chapel overyI Sunday at 780 oclock A prayermeeting will be held on T evening at 730rThose tservices will contiunu through the 1 r summer l 11I METHODIST CHURCH E t 0 A Vaughb the pastor will jlLpreach at 11 n m and 780 p in f t L Morning subject Prejudice Its fr t Nature Evil Effects and Rem i edy 11 5SundayJunior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m i r Prnyor me ling on Wednesday fir r lJlng at p m Everybody invited to attend- SOUTHERN i PRESBYTERIAN theTp in ma080 p 1 Prayermeeting Wednesday 780 clack dEverybody invited to attend FORKS OF ELKHORN CHRIS CHURCHRov Thos N rnold will preach at the Forks of r Elkhorn Christian Church tomorrow morning and evening at the usual hours 0ST JOHNS IN THE WILDER ofIrontonoclock p In PERIANwill preach at 880 p in Ib f t FRANYILiN ASSOCIATION Ir I 1 This venerable and imposing body aofBaptists assembled in tho First Baptist Church of thin city at 10 oclock on Wednesday morninir Olj Notwithstanding the heavy rain Istorm of the narly morning and the threatening clouds n largo and r- epiresentatiye body of messengers and 1fa members of the different churches wero present when Moderator V Williams called the assemblgae to order Rev Dr J1 Taylor President 1 of Georgetown College by previous appointments pronuhod short pungent and powerful Introductory sermonl The letters from all butt two churches were freed showing very rdeOlded and gratifying progress in ralllines of church worn but espe A chilly was the improvement marked In the large number of members added to the different church rolls t and the increase in contributions i I for missions and other benevolences of the Association The reports of the several corn mittees were submitted and their recommendations generally con 1in v discussion marked sev eral measures especially the report of the Executive Board when Rov Dr J J Taylor Rev Dr J R Sampey and others made stirring t and effective pee hesrProf H K Taylorof tho Louis ville Training School made a splen 1did address in advocacy of tjie of the AntiSaloon League M which Rev Dr M B Adams t r the President bAfter tho address of Prof Taylor a resolution wits adopted request ing Hon L F Johnson the Demu l cratic candidate for Representative t if elected to vote for tho County r Unit Bill as it is called which makes local option operative in every precinct of a county if the ill tk Ncounty as a whole votes for local tioptionThe Association adopted a num ber of important recommendations to the churches Taken altogether this was one of r the best meetings ever held by thia c 3 body i tl Tho matter of the place for hold ingthe Association next year was I4 placed in the hands of tho Exccu t tine Board i The body adjourned at 420 on Thursday afternoon It r HAD GOOD TIME The children Methodist Sundayschool htidanice entertain J ment on Thursday at the residnnoo Shefj OA sE3 T O nrABeni the rI SIgnature of A the August Items= SKIRTS We are showing some new fall effects in 0 Skirts- TAILORaSUITSOnly a few left but on these you can save money by buying now MENS SHIRTINGS We make special preparation along this line 8c Heavy Cheviots lOc Fine Cheviots 12c Fine Madras lOc r White Madras REME 11BER every Friday is Remnant Day with us FARMERIBIRTM3HA- LDIIn this city on Tues day Mr Emil Haldi and wifea daughterSTAFFORDTn this county on Wednesday August 23 to Mr L C Stafford and wifen daughter =e FANKFORTS FAVORITE THEATRICAL COMPANY The HarrisParkinson Company prioedICapital Theatre presenting Slaves of the Orienl Robert H Harris who Is well known by all the the atregoers iii this city is still at the head of the company and has sur rounded himself wth an evenly and wellbalanced company and some of the best plays to be had as well as the most expensive list of vaude villa nets ever carried by a stook company This companys popularity in Frankfort Is so strong that S R O houses will no doubt greet them nightly This company while here last season played to tho JargI est weeks business ever dO ne the Capital Theatre Lades tick ets will be offered for opening night Seats on sale at Barretts now Prices 10 20 80c e POISONS IN FOOD Perhaps you dont realise that many pain poisons originate in our food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will con Jnce you Dr Kings New Life gills are guaranteed to cure nil sickness duo to poisons of undi gested foodor money back 25c at all druggists Try them oADMITTED TO BAILIt Deputy U S Marshal Frank L Horn of Perry county was attemp ing to arrest one Irvine Short a moonshiner of Knott county soy oral days since when Short re sisted arrest Horn was compelled to shoot him the result being that he died Marshal Horn was arrested by the Knott county authorities charged with murder Under a writ of habeas corpus Horn was brought here by order of U S Dis havingbeanwhen committing the offense charged Deputy Marshal N I brought Mr Horn here Thursday when he was admitted to ball in 5000 by U S Commissioner W G Chapman and left for home that afternoon FOR SALE CHEAP A Chorse power direct current GOOvolt electric motor For sale cheap Inquire at this office 61tf CINCINNATI EXPOSITION At the Merchants and Manufac turers Exposition at Music Hall in September one may realize that babies as well as chickens can ho raised In incubators Thero will be several incubators in which babies are placed at their birth Tho machine is like a glass box and the infant can be seen from all sides An automatic arrangement provides fur the circulation of air and a lever carefully regulates the temperature The infants sloop most of the time but are carefully fed and weighed at stated inter vals A model nursery will be in the same department which con tains nothing unnecessary but everything sanitary and immacu late A baby which has been subjected to several months in the incubator will be shown As a rulp these children have a fine healthy look and delicate pink flush which givus the idea of outdoor country life The little creatures who battle for a life chance under glass are rather sad looking They wear little white jackets which leave the arms freewhile the trunk and feet are carefully swathed A pink ribbon is for the girls and a blue for the boys They are very small but can stretch and yawn like an ordinary baby Every parent particularly the mothers and every medical man will have a profound interest in this work will be in charge of trained nurses acting under the direction of a skilled physician and the entire process of bating including the heating- washing feeding and sleepinj nf- the dainty cherubs will be gtjthrough with A day nursery antn play room where mothers who are visiting the fair may leave their children will be an addition to the incubator room In the nursery will be found H sand box clay modelling table parlor swing and various games and toys There will also bo a model home nursery bed room and bath for the little folks which will show parents the mod ern appliances inventions and conveniences of every sort for the use of children REELECTED Mr D J McNamara was re elected a Director of the State Council pf the Y M I at its recent mooting in Newport Mr MuNc mara applies business to everything he doesISEPTEMBER SUGGESTION How Psychic Pictures are Made Realities by AutoSuggestion is the opening article in the Septem her issue of Suggestion Chicago a magazine of the New Psychology This publication deals with psychic research suggestive therapeutics autosuggestion practical hygiene memory culture brain building the development of correct habits courage optimism and While recognizing the importance of physical nod hygenic laws it shows the necessity of correct mental attitudes in the pursuit of health happiness and success Suggestion Publishing Co 4020 Drexel Build hug Chicago IllIji- a = OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors t Frankfort Kentucky n iin I hiiL vr For Late in the Season Buying COTTON GOODSAre much higher but we are ahead of the market you get the benefit 5c for 58 in Seal Brand Cotton 5c for good Bleached Cotton COMFORT CALICOIn new bright colors s Special quality 5c Light Silkaline effects in beautiful colorings 7c CARPETS MATTINGS RUGSWe can save you money on new fall patterns in highclass Rugs W S RECTOR Scene fromHA Struggle For Goldnt Capital Theatre next week 30000 WEEKLY BILLS The different royalty plays pro sented next week at the Capital Theatre amount to 30000 and must be paid before these plays are given by the Hmris Parkinson Company which returns to Frank fort for another weeks engagement presenting all heavy royalty bills and carrying a car load of their own scenery The amount above stated will give tho public in general some lea of the grunt expense attached to theatrical enterprises such as is carried by Mr Harris and other companies of the seine standing oftthereputation of this company inI Frankfort they are assured of a big opening Ladies free tickets are issued for Moiulny night only and art on sale at Knrretts Book Store peoIpllingly clever specialty acts wl o have made a success in sonic ot the Ifading vaudeville theatres of tno oo an try Prices 10 20 raid 30 Scrofula salt rheum erysipelas permsInentlypower of Burdock Blood Bit- tersMARRIED COSTIGANHOCKENSMITH In JellerRonvilk Iud uu Sunday Mr Clay Costigan und Miss Beat rice Hookonsmitli wero married Mr Costigan is u worthy young farmer His bride is one of Franklin countys fairest and sweetest girls KEENONADAMS Harrods burg on Wednesday Mr Rodman Keenon Deputy Clerk Court of Appeals and Miss Nellie wore married by Rev Dr J0IHunter of tho Presbyterian Church r 5 En rgotlo miler of character can secure a position with the Equi cuniniunityAddre4s Man Frankfort Ky- 502t E LB JT ED VICEPR ES I DENT Mr John R Sower of this uft was dented Sucond VieePresident- of tho State Y M T Council when 4n session at Newport this week Mr Sower is a hustling business man and we con gratulate him upon his preferment y INatures IOn de banks ob de Amazon far away far away dayiAn aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still r fAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting natures separation and ab sorptionforbuilding and rebuilding by preventing ALT or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and perfect natural processes and result in intestinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitis of thee gall duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous headache constipation and other complaints such as colic CjAugust jaundice etc t Flower is natures intended regulator Two sizes 350 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle t 1 DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats II Port HuronB- y the Magnlfctnt Stiamtn of Leaving foot of Madison Street DaiI at 915 after arrival oCmornlng trains Returning arrive Week Plol Sundays ooo MFare to Detroit unlimitedroundtdpts Excursions to sod return WeekDay t Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals aad berth extra Special Rates to Soeitlttj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc nszrestRailroadF Hgr DJPA t ra e Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisvillet 104Ienvea mi 102Lsm 122Lenm For Fulton Pnduciih nntl intermediate iitQwnHISunday service to Elizabethtown and llodgen vile Stops at all stations tNo Accommodatior No i XHodSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily 1r r I Tfie FranIcfortHoun aDOU Entered at the postotllcc at Frankfort Ken Lucky nssecmtd class mailable matter iS GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub 0 FRANKFORT AUGUST 26 1905 HEAVY STORM OF LIGHTNING WIND AND RAIN At oclock a in on Wednesday r cr this city and vicinity was visited by ono of tho heaviest storms of lightning wind and rain which we have hnd for a long time At first the rain and thunder were light but gradually gained in force and power aided by a high wind until it almost reached the dimen sions of a waterspout The lightning was very vivid and almost continuously flashing The rain came in sheets The wind was almost a twister as it would rush up the Htreet and then swing right back on its track Jerking the trees about like corks on a la- keyThe fall of water was so heary that the river rose over three feet by daylight and Benson creek ran out four or five feet higher than the surface of the river A big lot of logs belonging to the Champion Sawmill and to Kenney Bros were swept from their moorings and carried down they river over the look dam to the eddy The violence of the storm abated about 8 oclock but it rained steadily on until after 5 oclock Altogether it was one of the worst t storms of the summer Intolnkeslby having to wade out through the water e CENTRAL UNIVERSITY DAN VILLE We have been placed under obli gations to Rev Dr J MoC Blay ney President of the Board of Trustees for a copy of a handsome write up of Central UniversityIts past and presenttogether with de lightful scenes in and about elassic Danville the little city of schools which nestles just between the Blue Grass and the Knobs The write up is from the pen of Prof T Lindsey Blayney as well as the views which were taken by him the whole being a very tasty and ornate piece of art work Wo desire to return our thanks for the courtesy sokindly extended e SCALDED Miss Jennie Gaines was so vn fortunate as to have a kettle oft boiling water overturn on her arm on Wednesday The member was attentiont rSiROMANCE IN THE SERVANTS HALL A muchneglected field of fiction has been preempted by McCluros with the appearance in the Septem ber number of the firstof a series e of comedies among the servants Jean Webster whose II When Patty r Went to College has become iii almost a classic tf American girl hood is tho discoverer of the rot mantic life belowstairs and her stories will reveal for the first time to the average American the undis covered reaches of humanity that EPlie beneath the blank faces of his servants I Gervie Zame Gervie Door in troduces the servants of the usual prosperous American family and c weaves a romance full of quiet humor out of the hearthistory of the groom CONTINUE Those who are gaining flesh and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weather smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection products season sampleSCOTT 409415 Pearl Street New Soc and 100 all druggists d JWlbr l JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disorders but neverhas it made abetter record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials this nearly every instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner vi The statement is repeated in followingSeven ago wife commenced having spasms or and I called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed He her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually cot some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently tome times severe Her hands would so we could not them and she finally got so her would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was her no good and ordered a bottle of Dr Miles Re storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had n fit sine the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial do so because of the god the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did wifeWM Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All druJgists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind TRICOUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE I The County Teachers Institute for the counties of Franklin Wood ford and Scott assembled in this city on Monday morning There was a largo attendance Prof M OWinfrey of Middlesboro was the conductor His work was well conceived and carried out in a thoroughly practical ana attractive waySeveral masterly and instructive addresses were delivered holding the undivided and earnest attention of every one present On Monday and Tuesday evenings delightful musicales were given which were participated in by the very best of our local musical tal ent Especially attractive were the performances of the South fam ilydaughters and sons of Rev J K P and Mrs Eudora L South This family is singularly proficient in both vocal and instrumental music A number of very good ro citations were made by both the younger and older persons on the programIProf Booth Lowery delivered two piquant and attractive lectures bristling with wit and fun which were enjoyed to the fullest by the large audiences which packed the courthouse until S K O was em phatically the thing to put on the bulletin boards The Institute was one of tho most successful in all respects yet held by this body Many practical and beneficial suggestions were made which it is hoped may yet he crys talized into law and which will ad vance the great cause of popular education and assist in bringing up the lagging facilities for good school work in the country districts of the State Much of the success of this meet fug is due to the hard and systematic work of County School Super intendent Miss Lucy Pattie and to Prof Ernest R Jones who lies stood loyally by Miss Pattie THE ONYL WAY There is no way to maintain tho health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will lot down and dis ease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings rifting pepsia and all stomach troublesI that are curable are quickly cured by the use of Koclol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat und strengthens the whole diges tIe apparatus J W Gayle AGONIZING BURNS Are instantly relieved and per fectly healed by Buoklens Arnica Salvo C Rlvenbark Jr of Nor folk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered nil over Buoklens Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals nIL drugIIst+ JSO GAMBLING Manacemont of the Kentucky State Fair Prohibits All Games of Chance There will be no gambling allowed at the big Kentucky State Fair to bo hold at Lexington September 1823 The Board of Control is en deavoring to place the fair on the highest possible plane and hence declined the number of large monetary otTers for gambling privileges which were forwarded to it This announcement will be greeted with pleasure and approval by the people of the whole State Some previous fairs held in Kentucky and oven some of the good fairs held at Lexington have been characterized by certain gambling features that could not be regarded otherwise than as reprehensible anti this decision of the Board of Control not to allow any such devices on the grounds of the State Fair will add to the rospeot in which the big ex hibition will be held There will however bo plenty of sources of varied amusement The attractions of the Heck Worlds Fair Pike Carnival Company are of a high class and possess features of the greatest interest features that are certain to appeal to all who attend the fair There is marked diversity between the various shows of this company All are clean moral and high toned Several of them are shows tliat wore among the most successful given on the Pike during the Worlds Fair at St Louis last summer and will be reproduced at Lexington exactly as given at St Louis The famous DUBS band of forty odd pieces will also be a feature of interest It is one of the greatest musical aggregations ever gotten together the hobby of a man of millions who leads a band because he loves it more than any other oc oupation in which he could engage The people of the State with or accord will approve of the decision to allow no gambling at the State Fair and those who want excitement and amusement and recrea tion will have it abundantly sup plied in much more healthy ways e OElJAISALVATION ICE CREAM SOCIAL The Salvation Army will give an Ice Cream Social at the courthouse tonight The small charge of ten cents will be made for ice cream and cake Lot everybody attend and help those good people in a worthy cause e THANKS Mr Henry Wright has again placed us under obligations for water melons and cantaloupes They wero all right and he will please accept our acknowledgment A blessing alike to young and old Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry Natures specific for dyentory diarrhoea and summer complaint SOUVENIR EDITION IOUI friends the Messrs Bell of that sterling and newsy paper the Georgetown Times have just is sued a souvenir edition rf that pa per which is a credit to both tho designer and executor of the work It gives in very readable form the business interests of our thriv ing sister city together with photo gravier illustrations of the leading business and professional men and their places of business We desire to congratulate those gentlemen upon their enterprise and wish them continued success rerDEPOT BURNED The Louisville Southern R R lapel at Versailles was struck by lightning on Wednesday morning during the big storm and totally destroyed with Its contents The depot was of not much value but considerable freight was also destroyed DR R M GOBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Oilers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 108m i Pleasant to lakep 1 H ISyrupwtf NATURES CURE FOR COiSTIPATiON a Ask n Your Doctor fv And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extractsaref the best medicines for Cons +ip tion us they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts fr are irritating to the intestines e yt LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring y iabout a complete cure ridding you of such asIS- ick r Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness t Ll ht Bloated Feeling etc rf Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thaw t- any other you have tried ii ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLEr Tobacco Bellows Blowers 4t VifeJ Hoes Forks Spades J iScythesScythe Stones Wheelborroxv jThresher Machine Oil j Ydl Tarpaulins J t Monkey Wrenches j v w ii Pipe Fittings and wrenches p f I FRANK G1STAGGI Y 4 m PJ Hardware Paint Oils EIJtfIt JC 0n 1 r I I t State College of Kentucky 11 iILexington Kentuckytt 1Gv The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineeringt and Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading t to a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a r The number lJ and instructorsS 1iCounty appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The Legislature appropriated 00000 for a college home for young e itwomen and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and In use Military tactics and science are r fully provided for as required by Congress 1positionsof college is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work The completion of tho College homo for young women provides facilities for good board and lodging It Is equipped with all modern conveniences Including bath rooms and room for physical culture It tjAnthorough education In classic modern language literature scienceImathematics logic metaphysics history and political No other Institution in the State offers advantages for education of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of 1t1 eForgarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph D LL D r or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington KyS Fall Term Begins September 14 1905 43td f J Diy i it II r THE LAST CHANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS II tTi iiiMaln I tf Street 1I1 J INJ OUR SAILOR BOY i v Newport R I Geo A Lewis fohSt Frankfort Ky Dear Sirr As I havo nothing to do I thought I Xiwould drop you a few lines to lot hX you know I am well and still hay- Ingf a good time I hear from Norfolk Va most every week and all f Me hoys are well and having a iff good time They say it is very hot I at Norfolk but it seems like it is i igping to snow up here and there are no ur mosquitoes here either I is a good breeze here all the u4time There was two or three poo killed in a automobubblo accident Saturday they were com f lng down a hill at about 67 miles sper hour and the driver tried to a turn and the auto littlentht oar one Find through the drivers body and one lady oar turned over and v the people wore under it and could move till about twentylive of PMiot sailors came along and raised oar and the four that was not hurt crawled out but this chiok fCVori11 could not stay there and help cget the dead ones out I got one Jpok nider car and saw that big through the man and womans 5r body and blood you never saw the I like Some of tho bravo sailors pulled tho out and got the jar from under the oar and after they workout I went down to take j 1yl iv JuoK at them and oamo near 4 looping the loop It made mo fool YJ HI I left that place I dont i t rlinVw duo thoy were and did not Editor Roundabout r When one gets Ballnrds t Obelisk Miles M K 11 Old PM r John or Marguerite Flours they i get a Flour made from sound dry P wheat as tho mills at which those flours are made are located in soc ti nssu ore enabled to draw their supplies of wheat from t States that harvested and threshed their wheat and put it on the market in firstclass shape while 1t real mills are compelled to use w1idnt that was harvested andk f ltSeshed damp Wheat once wet o cnover be dried to make first tLft a s flour It will pay those wanting good Hour to ask their grocers for the above brands Call In mo before buying and I will w ell you all i INO E MILES st GENT t FurnishingGoods 4 Wallace French Line- nUnderwear worth 500 Suit For 12 Price All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear worth 200 to 400 Suit P orz2 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 wait to find out but that night I had a funny dream all right I saw ghosts and autos and ever thing else The oar was all smashed into splinters and so was the driver We were on liberty and were at the beach and saw the auto loop and ran down there but I did not stay longSome of the many admirers of the a l1hoin here now and there are some good ships in tho bunch about eleven in all I dont think it will very long before old Sohnitz will be on one but I am anxious to see some of the world I think I will make the loup some day As I have not anything else to toll you people I had better ring oil for this time Yours C J Ialinsa I had a running itching sore on my leg Suffered tortures Deans Ointment took away the burning and itching instantly and quickly effected permanent cure C W Lenhart Bowling O LOVE AND POLITICS IN ZENITH I An unreasonable Cupid plays hob with mountain politics in Mrs Woodrow Wilsons newest mining town tale in the September Mc Clures In The Botanist and the Machine an election and a love affair at the same time absorb the wholesouled energies of Mrs Nitschkan and her indomitable allies of the Ladies Aid through the most exciting days in Zenith that Mrs Wilson has yet chron ioled How Birdie Greens perversity in love upsets the welllaid plans of the machine is a tale full of the fresh breezy humor of tho unspoiled West which makes each of Mrs Woodrow Wilsons New Missioner stories a looked forovent in McCluros adorHINOAN COOS 1hN The salvo that heals without a soar is DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo No remedy oifoots such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts hums and bruises A stile cure for piles and skin diseases Do Witt tho only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they aro dangerous Sold by J W Gayle tt LJ h 0 wrr Clothing Department All 2= Piece Mixed Suits For 12 Price Large lot 3piece Mixed 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 750 850 and 8 kind for 6 All Low Cut Shoes At sacrifice prices 500 Patent Oxfords for 375 500 Tan and Kid Oxfords for 350 400 Oxfords all kinds 300 350 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 225 250 Oxfords all kinds 175 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfords all kinds 100 100 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers for Lathes Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords CRUTCHER SIMPSON THE PACIFIC COAST Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where the resources are more Varied than in any other equal area in the world where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops where business is good and capital BothlUnion Pacific Northwestern Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern P T M C N W Ry Chicago for booklets and full information I DR G W NORMANS- PECIALIST Office Farmers Flat New Phone 449 49lm FARM FOR SALE A farm of 174 acres good land well located will sell cheap In quire at this office 61tf DANGEROUS AND UNCERTAIN For sunburn totter and all skin and scalp disease DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve 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 Roils old sores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DoWitts Witch Hazel Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and un certain Sold by W On le a CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn Tho poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in tho morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking roguIa warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who aro benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size Too At all drug gists 1 yr IN Ky t KENTUCKY I BIG 6 Frankfort STATE FAIR I AT LEXINGTON t September 1823 BIG SAYS PREMIUMS 25000 6 1 PREMIUMS If THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 9 S Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Piecoa1I For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Value JOHN DRISCOLL IQuality The Leading Grocer I4 tThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made tjSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place 4 JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky FARM FOR SALEI A farm of 240 acres near Louisville pike about two miles from Frankfort all in a high state of cultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobacco laud and suitable for dairy purposes Two good dwelling houses on it Two good orchards with all kinds of fruit Good outbuilding Two good barns for tobacco Some of the laud in onehalf mile of now State Capitol For further informa tion inquire at this olllce 502m t i IN r NOTICE All poisons indebted to Mrs Allie V lanes are hereby notified to call at once and sottlo and those has lug clnims against her eslate will present tho same proven as required bylaw JOHN W VAUGHAN 4AtOaWltts Little Early Risers The famous little plUJ c u J1 Now is the time for building We carry complete of JI V a fl fi i I IL Rube oid and Felt Roofing Ridge Roll Gutter and Pipe Barn Door Hinges 1 M of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap i Root Paint Lime and Cement Our Tools are i IStiItt DEATHS SOUTH In this city on Monday Mrs Laura Cash South wife of Mr Thos H South aged 24 years of ptomaine poison r Mrs South was the daughter o Mr Cash of Winchester and r She was a devout Christian a member of the Methodist Church and was beloved by all who knew her The afflicted family have the sympathy of every one The remains were taken to Win chester on Tuesday for interment HAMILTONIn Bridgeport on Monday Mrs Mary Hamilton Widow of the late Esq Jno B yearstwas a fine old fashioned Kentucky lady a devout Christian The funeral and burial took pine on Tuesday from North Benson Baptist church t TRACEY On North Wilkinson street this city on Saturday W iT Tracey aged 8 years son of Mr James Traoey and wife of typhoi- fever i W t t 9ONLY ONE WEEK MORE The summer vacation has past and soon the small boy will1 have to sadly his satchel 1 and hie away to school Onewee from Monday next the city s will reopen Every arrangement is being made to prepare for en eJ4larged usefulness and success under and watchful care o Prof H McKee backed up by an efficient and competent corps of teachers ACCIDENT TO STREET CAR LINE About oolook a on yester- dayt the troley wire on Second street from Bridge to Shelby broke and fell to the ground delay ing traffic for some two hours and a hnlfIISelling Out at Cost Rather than move thorn will Bell for CASH my entire stock consisting of one of the largest lines of Groceries and General Merchandise in the city Also fixtures 17 Show Cases Coun ters Shelving Scales Coal Oil f TUDxOJe Delivery Wagon Trucks Store Safe etc We Je SCOTTOW v 280 Ann St r I A For Infants and ChildrenIr The Kind You Have Always Bought k J Bears the oftf t r J r a t C t R m I 4 2 r 1c COL NOEL GAINES ADDRESS TO SOLDIERS SUNDAY LAST General Haly Colonel Hlndman and You My Fellow Soldiers spoken to you I have been Thrilled as I always am when mingling with my comrades I am still hap pier on thIs occasion because are engaged in that which is firs of all things else to me worship ping our God who alone can hies us and give us peace and happiness here on earth and who alone eft raise us to the realm above to life throughout all eternity Let n drink in and believe all that our officers have said Such words of cheer and stood will shall not go unheeded Their very able plea for obedience to all orders re spent for authority love for ou Strafe and nation and love gallantry and protection for woman kind will not be unheard in this a camp of Kentuckys soldiers and gallant sons While this advice is good while we a will enable all to take it and profl by it because we know many do not possess the necessary thing or strength to do it Advice without means to get the thing advised useless A without more men age been lost through mere advice through advice without the tru remedy to kill the evil than through all the devil s tricks and schemes put together Advice to a beggar at your back door to go and eat a big meal without telling him where and without giving him the thing to get the meal would brand one as a miser and a man without country to honor and protect our IfniI women and to be loyal and brave will never be heeded until ceive it man would refuse to do those things if he know he possessed the power to am sure Therefore let us not stop until the Remedy is understood and received Feeble man can not furnish this Remedy Some counterfeiters have tried but all have surely failed If man can not than might not the creator of all things do it Is not reasonable and sensible to be lieve the God who created the earth and all the wonderful laws of force and motion Inn do it If we little beings have been able to make two metalio Instruments the wireless telegraph talk through hundreds of miles of spacer can not the Creator of man and this metal put a fleshy instrument a some thing within man and likewise telograph as it were communicate with him by sending him an un seen message from the throne in heaven We must believe it Wo know it For surely the Grunt God can do more than feeble men whom Ho has created That unseen message is wireless in form and electrical in effect It is the Spirit of that God It is sent only to these who humbly repent and firmly believeI God Is able and will do it up within you the Kingdom of God ILulte 443 Mark 114 and 15 and 21 and Rom 1417 Of all ages this is the grandest to live in The great inventions of steam electricity and telegraph are truly iniraculous and all speak the unlimited power of the Creator All have come in this generation and mark the most Important era since the creation of this habitable earth And all are for a grand lesson to those who receive the truth with pleasure and who are re ligious towards God I would rather have the guidance and protection of that All I who is above mo and my brother men and my enemies than to pos sess all the wealth in this earth A general who is guided by a man in a war balloon from which the operator sees the movements of the enemy ills the advantage over guided by the God of the Universe who looks down from above has the great advantage over all around him He is a supremely fortunate young 1taro their minds and hearts np You have a young man as young as ninny of you for your com mander in chief that distin guiBhed an able rasa and states younger as your adjutant general that brave able and loyal commander and leader General Haly You also have that gallant and splendid soldier for your colonel whom all love to servo under Colonel Bisooe Hindman These your young leaders have set being loyal men and soldiers Just as loving your father and mother makes you love your brothers and is for your splendid and earnest STAMPING GROUND Tho Board of School Trustees have elected Prof Jas B Sprake Mrs Laura Trundle Bower of Mr T J Wright formerly of this plane but now of Lexington visited here last week Mr J G Blall ton our under taker attended the Funeral Direc tors Association in Louisville last week some residence with four sores oft land attached for 8600 cash Possession to be delivered Sept 1st A terrible accident occurred in the home of Mr Rolla Kavanaugh on Tuesday of last week His lifila boy Jot hold of some matches and set fire to his dross so badly burn ing himself that he died on Wednes day The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church on Thursday last by Rev G W Hill the pastor and the burial took place in our local cemetery The family have the sympathy of our whole DeWittsUtt Early Risers The famous littlo pills GRAVE TROUBLE FORESEEN 1It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and Clay N Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by all druggists at 50o a bottle r I y ARstock Crimp and Corrugated STEEL ROOFINGGalvanized Galvanized Conducting 1Royal Carpenters unexcelled oven oonIducted 1e1mains shoulder 50- 1mCASTOR P C SOUER 8c CO myf gallant yee bed distresst taughtstand Ir aboveY hetagess your GodtbeshadeRemedyI attention SpringsAondtm parentslfr purehnsedfrom communityUNO gravetrouble youre veryybad B N S Hinges geniuss atltheirs andt Frankfort Kentucky Ifj Best c k We lave hrid fag nfany yours lw the reputation of Jselling allIfoM what is be- stiuSterling i it Silver r I And of never allowingahint of inferiority show anywhere i 1It i A new line has just arrived bearing the y well known trademark of the 11r i Gorham Manufacturing C G t vfj Which stamps them as the preeminent best of W their kind The assortment comprises 5 l j- t1 j Knives Forks and SpoonsJ jIAnd larger pieces as well I We hope you will examine them I gr ti MASelberi I fff Reliable Jeweler W F 0 CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Mon iay June 5th 1005 the morning train on the F O Ry will leave Frankfort at 020 a in instead of 650 as hereto fore and will leave Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrive at Paris at 750 a in and connect with trains an Kentucky Central for Carlisle Millersburg Maysvillo Cynth lana Fulmouth and Cincin nati The westbound morning traits on F C will leave Paris at 100Rlisouthbound C W HAY Genl Passenger Agent 89HI v r 1 I b f J JCo EXPERIENCr 60 YEARS 1mN TRADE MAMctIDE610HS COPYRIGHTS C Anyone aendl1ll a Iketch and delert Ion shethorinventiontlOl18lttlctMconDdcntlaL HANDBoOKonP I eoouriug Patonte taken h rgcciatnotice Jwithout shares the Scientific RmerkaA handeomoly Illustrated weekt roantany eclentltlo journal nark tour montJa f1 Sold br all neWld sr 4 mUNM 0cQ6 Stongton YNt j Drao J D 1 t TolephonerNo f JJ lid fII BEARD t yDr John Frooman is suffering of Mr and Mrs Walter Maddox lave r turne home from n weeks i visit to Louisville L Bagdad1pr IMrs S A Parrent and daughter t Anno of Frankfort returned home I Sunday evening after a visit to the t homo of Prof R A Hancock Rev Paul Barnbill of New York spent the night with A W Sunday Gernert of the Gernert Bros IkPotts Co Wednesday Louisville was here Pat Bearden of Louisville Contractor M A Stoess aA p ill his extenslve business The camp meeting closed Sunday fnight after aten days successful B ineotIng With the exception of l803 the attendance was larger than r 4fvnad been for many years t There were about fourteen hun je Bred present to hear Rev George sy Stewart Sunday morning OLD TIMER Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil in the house Instant in oUResf burns cuts yti sprains accidents of any sort s f- LETTER LIST The following is the list of adver Wised letters for week ending Au p Jgst 26th W Bond Win Bryan Gee A Bradford Wm f Byrley J E 8 Brunt Mrs Ohnrlie t Cromwell R L KCole Catherine Miss CarrIe Chambers Ira Carter A P Darlington Harry XFlinn Mrp Tom Ferkinson Green Flatoher Frank V Groves Jorden HItohingH F W Harvey Elizabeth fi Hancock Pearl Higdon Dr D V Ingrains H D Harvey Elizabeth L Jones Annie f x Long Nancy Wmv iMcOloy j Malloy Elner If Osborn It W Russell J S R Smith Miss Mary pV Snider John 2 Snow G P tr Hv tWefJColin iffK Ih hey Mr Villtainson Chas f M YfvaUe J D I jjJM Yothor Robert t pensons calling for the above let if tern will please say advertised E M DRANE P M i DO IT TODAY I p Thq timeworn injunction i aNqver put off till tomorrow what your can do today is now gen r presented in this ormII Dp ndAwith whioh you have been strug g for several days perhaps ks Take some reliable remedy IlremedyAwhieh has been in use for over V tlihty five years A few doses of yourfI uefor a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep ed your cough even if dread d has attacked your surelyAica o8 of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 760 At q all drugigsts lyr r x irV T n r01Y rIIi r T i 041 FLYER NO 6+ SD JOHNSON CO 4 Flyer Days This Week 022 Friday and Saturday Aug 11th and 12th Flyer Prices will be given on LACE CURTAINS PENANGS COTTON VOILLES GINGHAMS RIBBONS and LACESsWaists Suits and Skirts Less Than Half Price JiiiJt Trvf 1 August Sales II Last call on Silks Silk Organdies Grenadines Yousave 25 per cent on the dollar by purchasing now Silkolines 1 yd wide beauti ful designs reduced to 10cI Table Linens Towels Sheet ings Muslins greatly reduced F J HEENEY- Franklin Institute IAclassical School for boys and girls will begin its first an nual session under its present management ftonday September 11 1905rrhe design of the school is to give 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 tutoring dur the summer months at reasonable rates For further in formation apply to J B SCEARCE A BJ Principal 404 Second St Frankfort Ky New Phone 245 47td IIllinois Central RR Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Individual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 18 1805 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE OR MORE SHARES of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on tho books of the Company at the close of business on Tuesday September 26 1905 who is of full ace A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road uencest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO AND RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the Itn FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING and the day of tho meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and thAFOUlDAYS IMMEDIATELY when properly countersigned and stamptud during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1905 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stook registered as above on appli cation in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stook together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one per son wish be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF 61td Secretary FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a mile from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf a Better Spices For your canning and picklingrecipes 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 wll 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 in price only I Wr GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FRAUD EXPOSED A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell im itations of Dr Kings New Discov elY 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 stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully cur ing disease for over 35 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 H K Buoklen Co Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada New Fast Train TO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a m daily The evening trains to same 1010 m daily Double dally service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address- R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket ASp St Louis Moa THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during the period of low rates r to Portland and California points afew a most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in tho Camu dian Rockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount u Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea tho 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 itI t f for stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all nndlinttanoe telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky fk M OF INTEREST TO TRAV ELERS For the benefit of passengers desiring to take advantage of low I Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 000 p t 0 at Lexington until 430 p m No 14 at Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be r governed accordingly tf Half the ills that man is heir come from indigestion Burdook- Blood Bitters strengthen and tones indigestionimpossible franKfofI QRoiQQll BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 PFIA M INo82 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1No81 PM NotI 200 9 20LV D Frankfort Arn700 623 Summit 719 2 6 Elkhorn 1111 06 219 6 42 Switzer 058 2 OK Stomping Ground 6 48 2 6 Duvall 6 4l 103 JohnsonII247 7 Jf Georgetown lossUaID 2 716 C 8 3 i5 Nevtown 8 5l 6 07 807 783 Centerville 8 4S 6 60 311 737 Euzabethi 1Ia2 6 55 820 7 Paris Junotn 8 6 4- 3Uta 7 PariH f Lv 8 6 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L A N a BETWEEN OINOISNATIVIA 2 P M IA lIIAMIPli Lv Georgetown Arl 6 36 0 Cincinnati Lvi 8 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M PM 6 20 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 7 a Lv Georgetown Ar 6V 765 840 Lv aris Ar 588 d Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 rKENTUOInU20AL Frankfort 7Abs47P 12A A Georgetown Aill 826P 8 25P 60A A Paris 80A 542P 6 liP 42A A Winchester L 709A245P 15P 9 50A A MayaviUe L 645A115P A Oynthiana L 502P A Richmond L IfA 155P 7f6 A Cincinnati L 255P QKOB HARPER Itres and Uenl Suot t 0 W HAY u P A f STR or ONGAgain is what Mrs Lu StovallofTiltonGau 0said after taki Kodol Dyspeps- Cure Hundre- = of other weak women being r stored perfect health by this reedy YOU may laIn well if you will take 1 Indigestioncauses nearly all the sickness that women hive It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar Women suffer weaken and becomt diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia so risingsbelchingheartburnandallstomacy disorders 4 Digests What You Eat i trial cent size to it to Prepared at the oratory of La1tI4 Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug gist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR CINCINNATI EXPOSITION The most celebrated mnnufao turers of ounce appliances and sys tems have united to make a dis- plaVat J the Merchants and Manufao turers Exposition September 11 which will not only surpass any thing of tho kind seen here bu will also exhibit to tho public some very new inventions as yet un familiar Among the firms exhib Jting will be the Burroughs Adding Machine Co The Elliott Fisher Co The Hamilton Autographic Register Co The Chicago Record Ing Time Look Co The Oliver Mfg Co which exhibits telephone appliances and inventions The Races Wage Tables demonstrating a System of tabulated wages The Addressograph Co and the Cregg a Publishing Co which exhibits ex pert shorthand and stenographic s work taken blind folded and inI practicalremployedInbilling machines louse leaf eye tern filing cabinets and indexing Processes The interest that this exhibit has for the community of course speaks for itself since all r these time saving devices and busl ness aids are becoming more or less typical of an up todate office WORD AND WORK MAGAZINE Rev Irl R Hicks the noted Weather forecaster of St Louis 1Mo has for eighteen years past edited a monthly Journal of na WorksjA t nt this office and can testify to its vnlie a family monthly Prof y Hicks has just decided to change his family monthly to magazine i form and with the October number the monthly will be a beautiful magazine profusely illustrated with halftone engravings One of the early fall numbers of this magazine 3will contain Prof Hicks weather t forecasts for the first six months of 1906 The January 1906 number Will contain the weather forecasts for the second six mouths of 1906 These two numbers of the magazine will take the place of tho Hicks Almanac which will be discon tinued The matter that has hero tofore been published in the Hicks Almanac each your will now be found in tho magazine and much more The price of the Word and Works Magazine is 10 coats per copy or 100 por year Send 10 cents for a copy of the October number which jrives you full par ticulars of how the Hicks weather e Willihow IMPOSSIBLEV PORT ARTI3T1- Lees than a year ago a famous military export said It takes nun drunk with victory and strong risltyto 0naitfvoami authoritative thQof the grout batUefleld to ho exhibited by Lyinnn H Howe Capital Theatre on Tuesday Oc 1- 7This series of moving pictures in Mr Howes now program onnn fail to inspire true sensations the elemental contest at the apex 1of the world whore two civiliza liana were in life and loath throes sensations and impressions that nothing short of these graphic sweeping animated scenes alone can afford They begin where alli mere description ends Here is a groat army from a warlike nation equipped for scientific fighting and officered by men trained in the worlds est schools twenty thous and men driven in a hole men of the same blood that defeated Na garcon stubbornly contested Sebas lifuo redqoed the marvelous Blevnn Pitted against them is an entirely now world power another army little known and less honored They fire engaged in a mighty struggle un the grandest battlefield the world has ever sewn Only ton neutrals had the Mardi hood and pluck to risk their lives daily to record for history this im memmorial conflict Only ten neutrals are accorded the privilege by the Japanese government to d so Only one of these ten secure an enduring history of it on moving pictures and this one was the per sonar representative of Lyman H Howe Through special facilities extended him because of his in lomitable zeal and personal bra very by Baron General Nogi ho onlytof moving pictures direct from the firing line of Port Arthur Mr Howe will neither soil nor lease them to any exhibitor or theatre in America They can be seen at his own exhibitions exclusively and form but one of many equally in terestin scenes of worldwide in terest in the new program BIG EXCURSIONS oar There were two big excursions out of this city on Sunday last One over the F C and K C R to Cincinnati which had a train full The other over the L S N to Louisville which started from Lexington It was oohipoeecl of twelve cars filled to overflowing The first excursion returned about 12HO a m and the latter at 180 a m Monday morning ae C A II TlttE TAJILE 1ROtTH PAl 8 630 903 618 Shelbrvllle 1001 700 it Louisville 1100 80f NORTHi No211N iIFrankfort 1IiL m d80 0Sneloyvllle I92E1 701 Frankfort 74P Lexington 1116 84 IMDHDN ROUTE iu i itini ti tnw rr BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST TO CALIFoRNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION TATION CHICAGO IDining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BAOON D P A W Cor 4th and Market Sts Loulmvilte Mfl ITt BREAKER The fiorco hatred of the striking unionman for the scab tfio double traitor who has sold out his comrades and gone soul to his job is the motif of The Strike Break 11IaClureseono of the most powerful of recent RandolphvChester knows the working mane body and soul Ho has felt overt heartpang of the starving misery that made his strike breaker out of a rabid union man find lie knows too the despair that fans the fury of the beaten strikers It is a tale of wild violence and primitive hot passions that seem strangely ter drabofMAGNIFICENT PEACHES Mr Hiter Mitchell of the Old Crow neighborhood sent us on Saturday a lot of the finest peaches wo have seen this year Mr Mitchell had a good crop of fruits of all kinds this season and has a fine orchard on his place He is a genial wholesouldd gentleman and wo tendpt our thanks for his kind remembrance of us Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat THANKS Our colored friend Uncle Levi Berry has placed us under obliga tions for a lot of the finest largest and sweetest pears it has been our pleasure to have soon this year Uncle Levi is a firstclass fruit farmer and market gardener and sells the produpt of his industry in our markets each week If you seadt Dr RP Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician Office at Mrs T P Browns 447 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY 48tf 11 sent free on receipt coupon with lines filled W S Qenl Eastern Agent NEW CITY or F A General Passenger Agent CHICAGO 1fIl j tI rJ r d r mmIJlmlDi 5i IlgII == Vegelabl Preparationfor As similating iheToodandReguta ling the 5tmncl1s of INIWNIS HIJLDKEN PromotesDiesUonCheerful ness and BestContaIns neither 0pnmfiiorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC c a0Ul11rswT1lZlJIrBE 1JifennlJ for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSlmile Signature of NEW EXACT COFITOF VBAEPEB Ji PLEASANTLY EFFECTIVE Never hv the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWJtts Little Early Risers These famous little pills are a certain guarantee against billioutiness tor and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Cure Jaundice Sold by J W Gayle it CASTDRIAt For Infants and Children t The Kind You Have JAlways Bought ISBears the Signature of ThltI t I Kind You Have Always Bought CASTORIA l TNt i f Dr CaOys Condition Powders just a horse needs when in condition Tonic blood purifier vdrmifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to badIhorse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by Jl W Gayle fUiILeOompte Gayle Opportunities in California t The trade in the Orient is opening up multipliedduring infCoast cities with the I East cry Big opportunities for the man who lives there r Whynot look the field overl O Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return May i 2 3 9 10 12 13I2930 31 June 1 August 6 7 8 91o n 12 13 htr and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days r Rate a double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los r f Angeles Santa Barbara and man other points in California only 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the JfChicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago m and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California every day trains carry through standard sleepers Complete information blank HOWELL Broadway YORK MILLER v = YORK headache for This Both Name1IStreet addressICity State Probable destination CALIFORNIA iSS