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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f TIE FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 26 1906 NO3B u I WHITE CANVASSI OXFORDS Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the Pump nnd the demand for Pumps grows stronger every day Also Pink Blue and Grey Canvass Blucher Oxfords i I White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2IBlue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 t irIR K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLUR ST FRANKFORT KYI A For the Round tuout A STORY FOR BOYS PROC TORS IHT I c When it rains si ulily for nearly a week in the cornplanting season in Kentucky it requires more than mere pati in1 to wait a time in which to grvbiron constitution and nerves Therj were already Jour childre1in John Harlands family and it seemed a strange Providence forarrangeme t the poor de r ied infant to put inc an appearance under such depressing co as rain and k weath Lf ill em Bene father Pro t r says it means pleasure an aebbe ther name will bring hit ter em- Looking at the small red face A his youngest born and remem bering the twisted feet destined never to walk John Harland mur mured under his breath the lan guage of the immortal bard Whats in a name That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet Then seeing the astonished look I of his wife replied Yes the name will do Polly r Jand wo can at least try to make IC life pleasant and a happiness to j the child Yet when he left the bedside and entered the sido room where I two untidylooking children were quarreling over the dishes which jlf were unwashed ho felt within l i- st Jseorot soul that his childs life C i would have more of clouds than of shine That John Harland had jUJUnlried beneath him was common talk at The Crossings a small Ivillnge in which ho lived If in marrying a poor widow with a r t pretty face and a kind heart t without education and full of fool ish vanity and pride this might riI well bo admitted for John Har land had como of a good family once reckoned as high toned and among the wealthier class Just how ho came to marry Mrs Manley had been a mystery but ho had tried to do a good part by an unfortunate mating Chil dren were born to themcallow fledgings who found but little food to satisfy their open hungry mouths for neither John Harland itt ofIthrough the years until now at the birth of this the fifth child and he a cripple the cup ofmisery was full to overflowing He spoke to Mary the dish washer a darkcomplexioned girl of ten scolding her for her appearance idle and carelesws habitsShe answered saucily Proc tors been away How does yer sposo any girl could wash dishes when Hal wont cut a stick uv wood ter burn Hal a curly headed browneyed lad of twelve years sat on the empty wood box with angry tearstained face and in answer to his lathers question replied That he would be dog goned if he cut wood when hit was raisin pitchforks l Go this minute thundered the angry father and if that wood isnt here in five minutes and those dishes washed in as given a time Ill thrash both of you two within an inch of your lives See to itl Hal went out making a mouth at his sister while the girl shook her finger surreptitiously and her curls coquetishiyIf was ever to receive a ray of sunshine in this neglected home it must come from the two persons entering Fair little blueeyed Blanche live ears old stood in the doorway tiithwet clothes muddy feet and the brightest of childish faces holding in her chubby hands a struggling black kitten and crying out in her sweet treble voice Okk fadder mo foun kitty in de aster Lmtot Take that kitten from Blanch Mary and try for heavens sake to put some clean dry clothes on her I do believe if things go on like this while your mother is sick I shall have to go to the asylum John Harland banged the door on a screaming child and plunging into the mud and rain walked on and on until the demon cf unrest became weary of fighting and conscience sat on a sad but righteous judge Behind Blanch came Proctor a tall awkward boy of fifteen His largo eyes were intense blue earnest and expressive of patience and quitt loyalty His face had freckles and his hair was auburn rod big goodnatured mouth iI LJ ti filled with firm white teeth and a smile that on the instant won your heart He picked up the sobbing child with her black kitI ten and kissing the trembling red lips whispered Pro will take care of baby come let us wash faces and then go see mother and that little bird of hers But be fore we go you must help Sissy to wash dishes and Ill help bring the wood for Hal Tenderly as a woman he bathed the childs face and hands combed the yellow curls and changed the muddy shoes The kitty was hid den in a safe place where the eyes could not help but find blnoI WJien she was made over ns- Pro said she got the tea cloth climbed up in a chair and said Her me iz Tizzy me hep wipe ditches dood and Mary so far forgot her illtemper as to break out in merry laughter You neednt bring in wood Procor I kin soon wash up these dishes Hals heart is breakin because father spoke so cross please go out and talk ter him Proctor nodded his head but did not go out instead he brought on another towel and wiped thee dishes as they were washed saying that little Sis was helping right wonderfully and not until every dish was put away and Mary was sweeping Hal the floor did he go find Hal was not at the wood nor yet in the wood house piloI was found in the hay loft face vulsed with Go sobsIleave mo yerI allers a taggin at my heels am a goiu to kill myself if father dont kill me hisself befo long Did you know that Mr Brags old Spot had found a new black calf in the creek paster If you had you wouldnt been here by yourself thats said this big brother incertninI flats a born diplomat Come now buddy up After we get the wood we can take her homo Look the rain has almost stoppped Hals sorrow was only skin deep and though he had been wounded to the heart by the harsh rebuke of his father yet at the touch of this divine wand sympathy which makes the whole world kin WHITE DUCK SKIRTSSpecial 125 These arc plaited and trimmed with bands We have them in all styles SomeSpecial Items at Fs Ladies Hosiery The famous Gordon Dye Ladies Dropstitched Hose in white and black only Ific Ladies plain black Hose extra fine gauge fast black only 15c Ladies white Lace Hose large variety of beautiful designs with shaped ankles only 25c A large stock of black Lisle and Lace Hose Gordon Dye25c 35c 60c Muslin Underwear Nice Corset Covers 25c Ladies Muslin Drawers 25c Good Muslin Gowns 50c Childrens Drawers 2Sc Ladies Muslin Petticoats 60c Ladies Muslin Petticoats trimmed with lace or embroidery extra values at Silk Gloves Famous Gordon Brand Made with double finger tips in all colors at 50c pair The New Form Corsets With hose supporters at tached Special50c The best 60o Corset in the city Found a Ladies White Linen Suits 1050 White Linen Coats Pretty White Linen Skirts 250 his tears ceased and rising he clasped his brothers hands ex claiming What a good fellow you are Pro I cant see why you never git mad like me and Sissy father and the whole business firm you just gD long laughin even if its rainin pitchforks never thinkin that one of em will hit you Ill have ther wood in a minute an you go and git mo that old big coat this hero is wet and muddy Seeing hope returned Proctor went back to the house drew a bucket of water filled a glass and with it in hand went on tiptoe to his mothers room She smiled as ho bent to kiss her cheek and as he gave her tho water he asked Are you better dearie How s Bene 1Oh yes much better my boy but your father acted so strange cant you go find em Look at tho baby Pro The boy called it a red mousie and touched gently the soft fingers saying I must go now mother The rain has washed away all the fencing and I guess father has gone to the Burr pester Mary is playing with Blanch call her if you need anything till wo get back The wood box was filled as Hal promised Mary was dressing a rag doll for Blanch and the two boys went out to find old Spot and her black calf The rain of the past week had made of the creek a rapid river and Proctor suggested that they go first to see if the water was up to the bars in the Barr pastor Hal consented and both boys ran to tho high buts made of n ire to keep out cattle and there before ksioiirss r ca 500 Japanese Silk Fans lOc 5c Special h1These come in a as sortment of pretty children ures and will please pictJ1 r KAGIN BROS Belts A large assortment of embroidered White Wash Belts at 25c Silver and Gilt Belts 25c Stocks and Turn= over Dollars The latest designs in Turnover Col lars at lOc 15c and 25c Fancy Lace and Embroidered Stocks at loc and 2- 5cEmbroidered InsertionsSwiss Swiss III2 inches wide a 15o value only lOc yard 1for1For Commencement Day I fpriccd Ladies White Lawn Shirt WaistsSpecial 100 qualityWhite front embroidered A large assortment of sIgns in all sizes th91daxuan drowned With breaking hearts and tears streaming down their cheeks both exclaimed in one breath Its father lOb father N S COX May 28 1906 For every Headache cnuse therelis a cure Dr Shoops Twenty Minutes Headache Cure never fairCit put into circulation congested blood which presses and irritates r the nerve In handy tablet form pleasant to take Suited for all temperaments Sold by nil dealers LID ON U HARDJIf the program as outlined by Gov Beckham Mayor Barth etc is carried out tomorrow will see the lid on tight and hard in Louis ville and all saloons theaters etc will have to stay closed all lay Minx bile dicta- RELIEF IS POSSIBLE It is possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspepsia slepsiaS01110long standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food you ont nnd exercises a corrective influence building up the eilioionoy of the digestive organs The stom ach is the or wherein tho steam is made that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you ont Makes tho stomach sweet puts the boiler in condition to do the work nature demands of it gives you relief from digestive disorders und puts you in shape to do your best Sold by J W Gayle ta ttI HIi iii TIME TO DECORATEI = c 1 ilCADET HOSE and Girls J KY I Mr Jos Roossen went to Louisville on Flora Rea left Tuesday for a visit to Paris Miss Emily Thomas went to Paris on Saturday Mrs J W Hughes Jr is visiting in E Settle went to Greenville on Monday Mr G L Roberts went to Louisville on Saturday Mrs N S Cox visited friends In Ver sailles this week Miss Elsie Leavy visited relatives at Midway this week Mr Ed Norris of this office spent Sun day in Louisville Col Geo H Watson of St Louis W here this week- AttorneyGeneral NB Hays went to Plneville on Tuesday Capt I T West made a business trip to Paris on Wednesday Mr Jas ODonnell went to Hot Springs Ark on Monday i r Mr E W Howser visited his old home in Lawrenceburg this week Mr SwiRert Taylor made a business trIp to Chicago Ill this eek Rev Wm Crowe visited at his old home in Richmond this week Mr Gus Lafontaine made n business trIp to Louisville on Thursday Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was a visitor here on Thursday Judge W H Holt of Louisville was here Saturday on legal business Mr Chas Long and wife left Monday for a visit to relatives in Texas J Col T Hlter Crockett has returned from a business trip to Louisville Col Jno R Allen of Lexington at itended the courts here on Thursday Dr Maurioa S Davis and wife of Lex ington visited relatives here Sunday Judge George DuRelle of Louisville was here on legal business this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his family in Versailles Miss Margaret Rogers is visiting Mrs B M Burgess at Big Stone Gap Va 4 Mrs S V Pence and daughter Miss Emma visited in Shelbyville this week Mr Jos M Hedden of the Mt Ster ling Advocate was in the city Thursday Capt I T West and son Mr Jas B fiVest left Wednesday for Morgan county Miss Rose Hark of Jeffersonville Ind was the guest of relatives here this week Rev R E Abraham of Middlesborn has returned home from a visit to this R B Tusey of Elizabethtown was the guest of 9irs1 P Hobson this Jno W Milam left Saturday for a visit to Mrs C H Hatchett at New Campbell Pattie of Wilmore was the guest of Miss M Lockett Smith this J T Gaines of Crescent Hill is the guest of Mrs M J Gaines Clinton street ItDrN M Garrett left Thursday for Ill to take a special course in P P Chinn of Harrodsburg 5 visited his brother Mr J Morgan Chinn this week Mrs R T Coleman of Louisville who has teen visiting relatives here has re turned home Miss Juliett Pirtle of Louisville who has been visiting friends here has reo home tIdren Sam and Corey visited in Lexiug ton this week Mrs James II Marrs of Vevay IndJ was the guest of her son Dr Howard Marrs this Miss Margaret A Lewis spent Sunday In Versailles the guest of her mother Mrs J B Lewis Misses Bessie and Nonie Goodwin and niece Miss Virginia Bowles spent Sun day in Louisville Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert visited her uncle Mr Daniel Swigert in Lox Ington this week Miss Sadie Watkins of t t LET US HELP YOU TO DECORATE YOUR HOMES We arc showing splendid patterns Muslin and Scrim for curtains New pattern Silkaline for draperies Lace Muslin and Bobbinet Bed Spreads fringed and Marsailles Table and dresser Scarfs For Decoration Day we have a full assortment of Flags all sizes Silk Bunting and Muslin and all widths red white and blue Ribbon I CHARGES WEITZEL FRANKFORT = PERSONAL surgeryMr Cinclnnatlwho Curtains MOrFhaJJ1hasDr C K Wallace and wife went to Louisville on Tuesday to assist in some surgical operations Dr Bryan and wife of Georgetown were guests of their daughter Mrs A M Slack this week Mrs J W Hill and children who have been visiting relatives in Oldham county have returned hoome Mrs S J Gates of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Thos Rodman Jr of Cap ital avenue this week Master Hugh HazelrlgR Scott of Paris visited bis grandparents Mr C C Hazel rips and wife this week Mr J H Fuqua Jr and wife of Texas are visiting his parents Prof J H Fuqua Sr and wife Miss Helen ORenr was compelled by sickness to return home from Science Hill Academy Shelbyville Mr Howard Umethun of State Col lege spent Sunday with his parents Mr Albert Umethun and wife Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr G F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mrs Ell H Brown entertained at a morning euchre yesterday at oclock at her home on Shelby street Rev B L Ansell Missionary to China who has been the guest of Rev A B Chinn has gone to the South TopekaKanferro Shelby street this week Mrs S D Carrlngton of Shelbyville who has been the guest of Mrs W B Johnson left Monday for Paris Rev Wm Crowe who has been con ducting a protracted meeting at Emi nence came home on Saturday Mrs Henry Campbell and son Pryor of Louisville been visiting rel atives here have returned home Capt Jos M West of Irvine who has been the guest of his brother Capt I T West returned home Wednesday Miss Ruth Laughlin and Mr Jno Laughlin of Lexington visited their sister Mrs C E Collins this week Mr Will A Lewis wife and son Will A Jr were guests of his mother Mrs J B Lewis in Versailles on Sunday Mrs S M Saufley was called to Stan ford on Monday morning by the death her cousin Mrs Bessie K Engleman Mr Jno P Hanley and Mr Jno R Sower attended a meeting of the Knights of Columbus in Covingon on Sunday 5 Mrs J D Sallee wife of Supt J D allpe Interurban Line and daughter Eva visited relatives in Lexington this M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles and Miss Nancy Holden re turned Saturday from a visit to Mason Soml Settle and son of Louis ville spent Saturday and Sunday hero the guests of Mr Jno B Dryden Sr and wife Capt W K Gray of Denison Texas after an absence of thirty years guest of his sister Mrs Richard 1lorrlsI this week Mrs James Heeney left for Louisville on Monday to look after her brother In law Mr Frank Heeney who underwent one operation last weekIMrs Robt La and Mr Clarence Hardln of Cloy City were guests of Mrs W J Murray street this weekIMrs P Fall ray Itln her father Col E H Taylor at Thlstleton returned to her home in Altanta Ga on Tuesday Mr ThosRodman and wife nee Maine Crutcher who have been visiting rein Ives here returned to their home in New York City on Wednesday Mrs J Crittenden Watson Lieut E Watson Crittenden and Mr J J Critten den of Louisville are guests of Mr J Bufoid Hendrick at the Terrnce1I Mrs J P Hobson and sister Miss Nourse entertained on Wednesday utter noon in honor of Mrs George MoLeod and Miss McLeod of Woodford county Mr D L Kennedy was called to At onto Ga on Wednesday by the illness und death of his brother Mr Mike Kennedy of whose whereabouts he was igno rant until the sad news came Mr Wm A Lewis wife and son Will parIentsKentucky avenue West Side have re turned to their home in Harriman Tenn Mr Goo F Berry oDd wife entertained with a delightful musicale at their hand some home Juniper Hill on Wednesday ColstonYoungGeorgetown College wenknownbeen teaching sobool near Mmephis Saturdayterm having ended RARE CHANCE Read the ad of Messrs L B Mar shall Co offering a large number of lots for sale at Thorn Hill A BAD BURN For a painful burn there is nothing like DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imita tions of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve on the market see that you get the genuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises ana pilesThecago is on every box Sold by J W Gayle SLIGHT BLAZE At 420 on Thursday afternoon an alarm from box 17 called the depart ment to a cottage belonging to Mrs Martha Smith colored on Conway street where a small hole was burned in the roof It was quickly extin guished Loss about 25 Not a thing harmful in One Min ute Cough Cure but it relieves a phlegmHeRlingW Gayle NGTRUSTEES The Trustees of Common Schools of Franklin County are reminded of the meeting called by our efficient Superintendent of Schools Prof E R Jones which will be held at the Court house on Monday week Court Day at 2 oclock p m This is an important meeting and all trustees should make it a point to attendISTRONG r t a the or Againis Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Curs Hundreds otherweakwomen being restored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take itIndJiestioncausli nearly the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate 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 sour risings belchinghoartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Do1lorIIottUIIoldoi tint ranch teUl seat ills all all rrepmd at the Lob ratoryoJIOJUWItt bceohlco OLL FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE of Linens The Shamrock Linens dresses Linens Linens handkerchiefs LinIskirts New Lawns White Goods HEENEYtS NEXT WEEKS SPECIALS I Lawns Organdies Mulls Batiste Persian Lawns French Lawns c Beautiful Figured Lawns So 80 India So 80 2Oo 12 l2o Persian Lawns iSo 2Oo 25o 3Go I Sheer Batiste warranted to laundry iSo 2Oo25o Mulls and Mercerized Gowns all prices f tMohairHigh Grade Tailored Skirtsmade of Panama and other materials 947S6OO6Ot OJCURTAINS Swiss Curtains GOo6c75oSl a pair Laoe Curtains Oo211Y and 2 and upward Hosiery and Underwear a Specialty F T HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF buyJJThere are persons in every community who nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you nelda new vehicle of any buyingWe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD PresidentNICE Miss Virginia and Annie Bridge ford their teacher Mrs Chinn and school mates this week with a yachting party They went some few miles up the river on the yatch Rescue and house boat Lottie They took their dinners and ate on the beautiful banks of the Old Kentucky The day was beauti ful and the trip grand We wish to thank Messers Bridgeford Williams and Smith for entertaining the crowd so highly- It is a day to bo long remembered by those who went X Y Z FENCE POSTS SALE I have a fine lot of Looust Fence Posts for sale Inquire of JAMES GOINS R F D No 8t Frankfort Ky 80lm 4a114 We show all kinds Brand for for waists for ens for and lOo Linens at now Rufled entertained FOR 0 11 BUOVXJNG Sec and Treas PARDONED Hon Jas A VIolett who was dicted tried and fined for Mr Wingate Thomson wounding several years pardoned by Governor withoutiyesterday upon the petition of of Franklin county and a large of lawyers and citizens o If you proton to take medicine in tablet form you can now obtain Dr Shoops Restorative Absolutely no change has beenl i ingredientsSoldn JOHN EDGE BRIC MASON FeANXFOerr KY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone C28 83Gm t irt Ij White Suits Whether you want Serge Mo r hair or Linen we have themj in coat or Eton styles Linen Tennis Coat Suit 6 Linen Eton 10 to 20 j White Serge Coat Suits worth 25 for 20 i f 1 Skirts White Mohair or Serge 5 yJiBlack or Grey Panama 5 ti J FRANKFORT BUSINESS BOO M t Some Data Showing Wonderful ProgramhThe permanent location of State capitol at Frankfort s gather with the general prosperity of the country has given to Frankfort a business boom marked by the erection of newI buildings andthe influx of popu la tion with great commercial activity r In addition to the progress work of erecting the now capitol building and the L N railroad depot we may itemize the bile i ing buildings as either complet under construction or under c tract or purpose of erection dun buildingIseason not yet advancedbe South Frankfort 1 A twostory frame dwelling by Dr Goodrich at West end of Taylor avenue 2 A twostory frame dwelling remodeled on South Taylor avenue by W A Howard andFof Taylor avenue with Shelbyvilie pike by John Wallace 4 A twostory frame resider t on Ewing street by Mrs F Thompsonf D frame resider tieframe LafayeWells F 6 A twostory frame resider on Ewing street by RE Gain 7 A handsome modern ttvoand story residence on Steele Reynolds lot between Second and KenneyIset lCe in on 9 A twostory frame residence on Shelby between Second and the river by Louis B Wefsen burg Jr W 10 A modern twostory brick residence on Thirdstreet be tween Shelby and Capitol avenue by J Jud Brislan son 11 A twostory frame residence by on Fourth avenue between Shelby and Capitol avenue by Robert 1I Ghoato 4 12 A twostory residence on Todd street bawteen Shelby andjw IdJ For ll ed Yep iTRats Goad Dna New Never have we been quite well prepared to smooth the path of the tired puzzledshopper We show a bewildering but satisfying assortment of Shirtwaist Suits and White The most criti Nearlyeverynever have their dreams been realized until now Just visit this department and see We try to make thia store the pleasant and helpful one If we lack any essential well appreciate your criti examinetoDress Goods and Silks Serges50cSILKS Checks or solids r 9c 30 inch Black Taffeta a 1- rarm Capitol avenue by Wm T Read ing 18 A onestory frame Capitol avenue between Secon- dIon the river by Eugene V Three onestar-toIfranlecottages on Second sires between Capitol avenue and Lora street by Jno E Glenn 17 A double brick dwelling o Logan between Second and by W Horace Posey 18 A double frame llulivo19 A twostory frame dn ellin on Fourth avenue bewteen Lo LeCompteed aiullurrayJg21A frame cottage on on Murray tween Second and Third streets by J and G Halmliuber 22 231wo twostory frnr dwellings on Logan between and and Kentucky river by B Hughes 24 A large double frame dwel SheJbyby25 A onestory brick cotta on Shelby above Todd by HonryWe M Craik cottaGClark gk An addition to his twostory Montgomery residence on Shelby by Jas Two frame cottages on 08oCampbell street between Logan Murray by W J Hughes 80 A twostory artificial stone byLJ North Frankfort 1 A twostory brick residence MarylMain street between St Glair cottagesilkinson and on Broadway Chinn by Miss M Scottie 4 A frame cottage on Wilkin between Clinton and Mero 5 6 Two frame cottages on Bros North Wilkinson by Corlglet oil 7 A frame cottage on North by Mrs Noland White Goods and Embroideries Unmatchable values in India Linen and Persian Lawn lOc loc 25c Embroideries and Laces Superb styles new patterns and right prices Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to r ra refrigerator that you should consider The Automaticas we can prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures will appeal to you They save the food as as well as the ice RROGERSCSONS gly 8 A frame on Holmes- c by Eugene 9 An artificial VnJJaceI olmes street by e 10 The reconstructing ndn of a second storyto his i stable on Main street lle Hotel by AlbertGJefte 11 12 Two twostory on Arlington HeightsI Dr J S Coleman 18 A frame cottage on Arling Heights by Mrs 14 A frame cottage on Arlin g Heights by Ben ONan 15 A twostory frame dwelling on Arlington Heights Geo Harris 10 A onestory frame cottage Arlington Heights by Jos 17 A large double frame resi on Arlington Heights by S Huff 18 A onestory frame cottage Arlington Heights by Jno il ey 19 A frame cottage on Holmes by Henry Gobber 20 A handsome double four artificial stone dwelling street by Eugene Wal 21 A handsome brick store adjoining the Capital Hotel Mrs Jerome Weitzel to be ocjas a drug store by Dr GayleIn jlOLD TAYLOR to THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY wa ady E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprletors f i Frankfort Kentucky his t l J 1 Jtt 1J tiIv FrankfortI for ha- the business boom vIIs sland other buildings have bee during the twelve months past as follows Press two S W Howell lhompsonI James W Hughes two Henry Rodgers four Lige Polsgrove one Georgb T Brawner John Marshall one 0 B oneI grove one Jas Netherton one Will Sharp two Sid Htilett two Tom Sullivan two J G Hamilton one L C Guthrie two Shirley Howell one 11IPence three Lewis Oliver Howard Watson one making a totalof eighty In addition we play say that ifwe had added the houses eructed in North and South Frankfort in the last year it would run the total to near one hundred and fifty FISH FRY ollDont Fail to Attend BaptistI unI30thI din served with all the fish traces The price of admission which includes fishingprivileges all day gentlemen will be 50 cents to ladies and children 25 teats I Go out and have a good time I SINGULAR CASE Mr Loyal Ford one of the Elite Stock Co who are now giving entertainments at Glenwood Parks attacked4with singular mal on Friday last Ho came to breakfast at the Frankfort Hotel but was not well enough lij t ii ri L Carpets and- Mattings New Patterns in Ingrain Carpets RUGS 9x12 Allwool Brussels Xi8 quality for 15 MATT INGS Prettiest Patte- rnsHosiery and- Underwear WehaveMERODEVest Suits i Black Cat and Onyx Hose t to finish He then disappeared and was not found until Saturdays night when ho was discovered on an incoming train and taken back to the hotel where Dr lJ T Minish attended to him He was finally restored to consciousness nand says the whole two days were a complete blank so fur as he was enoughIIndianapolis Ind with his sister who had come here to look after him Trontraenti j ItoEXCURSION TO fU1VILLEO Over the L N Sunday May 27 ForryPark rnilwaysloopBase ball game Louisville v Toledo Round trip 100 Train leaves at 755a m Returning train leaves Union BroadwayLouisville these rats good on this train only Buy tickets of L N ticket 1agents Full rates will be charged on the train C L STONE Genl Passenger Agent C B COMPTON Traffic Manager KI LL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS i WITH Dr New Discovery FOR crOLDSJallTHROATLES or MONEY BACK THeFianKfortRoimaaDout Entered sit the t ototlice at Frankfort Ken tuck v as secondclass inailable matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 26 1906 OFF FOR PARIS The Second Regiment Band headed the procession of Knights Templar composing Frankfort Commandery No 4 ns they went to the Union Depot at 0 oclock on Tuesday morning en route to Paris to attend the Grand Com mandery of Kentucky 41The band made sweet music as they marched from their quarters on St Clair street to the Masonic Temple on Ann street and from thence to the depot There were about 25 Sir Knights who together with several ladies and the band completely filled the special car on the F 4 C railway Master Frank W Keyes Jr wastaken along as the mascot i and looked as cunning as could bean his Sir Knights uniform COUNTERFEITERS TOOLS PLOWED UP rMr Saml Estis a tenant on 4 the farm of Mr Sidney Carter near Switzer this county in plow jing a field threw up a box which was found to contain a set of coun terfeit dies for silver dollars In the long ago a man by the name of Jacob Swanu lived on the i place in a log house and was often charged with counterfeiting r Spanish silver dollars out always managed to elude arrest and pun ishmentSwannjhad moved away many years ago and is probably dead It is thought that these dies Were the tools he used They are in a perfect state of preservation DROWNED MAN Some time during Saturday night a man by the name of Daniel Dickey who lived near Duckers was returning home when he fell from a trestle on the railroad near the old Gen Dudley place and was found drowned in a pool of water only about two feet deep It is supposed that the man was so stunned by the fall that he was tendered unconscious and thus unable to extricate himself from the shallow pool and was drowned Coroner Graham was summoned An inquest was held and the body prepared for burial The inter ment took place on Monday after noon at 2 ocllock Dickeys brother was overcome and killed by gas in a well he was leaning out about two years ago for your Protection- we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with a fish on Ills back is our trademark and it is a guarantee that Scotts Emul sion will do all that Is claimed for It Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles in infant or adult Scotts Emul sion is one of the greatest flesh builders known to the medical world i Well ttmd you sample free ISCOTUBOWHE 409 IINow1 l- t rJpl I Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from thelettersof grateful sufferers will cure where all else has 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 disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va so much worse I left there with wife to visit sister nlaw Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke- Va While said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On Kirbvs she insisted I should try DrMies Heart Cure 1 cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could tee no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but faithful dated on keeping it up which I did pronacat soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixteea bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 I am comparatively a boy You sir 3rbie efactor and I cheerfully recom sufferinrhwnnltyAll druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book an Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei rJ4i1cI Medical Co Elkhart Ind CONFEDERATE DECORA TION DAY This afternoon the Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy the Confederate Memorial Association and other friends will assemble at the cem etery at 8 oclock and after prayer and an address by Rev Win Crowe will decorate the graves of the fallen heroes of the Lost Cause All persons having flowers which they desire to donate should be sure to have them at the cem etery by the hour designated e Dr Shoops Rheumatic Cure brings relief and cure makes an end of pain and swellingan end of suffering an end of Rheumatism It is put up in handy tablet form convenient and economical Begin to use this remedy today The result will be lasting Sold by all dealers =s Dr Waver Syrup ParMMtho blood Cerate WatxaeaUfor tM KIllIe a BACKACHE AND SICK KID NEYSIAre quickly nently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in the Mountains Pure and elm ActstikeBladder cures Backache Conges tion of the Kidneys Gout Jaundice and ease Give it a trialRheumatismI vinced Put up in form 20 and 35 For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 3 PAINFULLY INJURED BY A FALL While at work in one of the warehouses of the Hermitage dis tillery on Monday Mr Jas G Graves slipped and fell between the ricks of whisky barrels and was painfully cut about the head and face and his side considerably bruised by the iron hoops on the barrel heads Dr 0 H Reynolds was called and attended to the injuries Mr Graves is doing as well as could be expected a PROMINENT LADY DIES Mrs Sallie Elizabeth Vest widow of the late senator George Graham Vest of Missouri died at the home of her daughter in St Louis on Monday Mrs Vest was a Miss Sneed Danville a sister of Col Alexander tl H Sneed and was born Danville in 1882 Senator Vest met her when he was a student at famous old Center College from which he graduated tIit Jh HIGH GIVIlNG There was n big rally as the First Colored Baptist Church commonly known as Big Bethel on Sunday last For several years this church has had under way the erection of a handsome church edifice 0111 their lot on the corner of Clinton and Highstreots By means of injunction suits city ordinances etc the work has been suspended However the Court of Appeals having finally dismissed all proceedings and decided that this church had a per feet right to erect the new buid ing the congregation determined to hold a grand rally last Sunday under the Jead of their new pastor Rev Mr J M Silvey and attempt to raise the balance of the necessary funds to pay for the work It was done and the remarkably liberal sum of 141292 was paid in as the result of the rally This shows what oven these humble and despised people can ito in the cause to which they have given their hearts It is an object lesson for those who are more fortunately situated in life Oftentimes in the sudcton illnesses of children if a reliable remedy is available fatal consequences can be avoided For these emergencies parents are urged to have at hand ready for immediate use Dr Shoops Diptberia Cure Dr Shoops Croup Cure Dr Shoops Worm Cure and Dr Shoops Pain Panacea Chil drens ailments demand promptness above all else There is nothing harsh or that can possibly harm in any of these excellent household medicines Sold by all dealers sGOOD FOR OUR JOE We are rejoiced at the promo tion of Col Joe Miller our own Joe to the position of night operator at the Western Union Telegraph Office made va cant by the resignation of Mr Hugh Avis Mr Miller is a worthy polite and gentlemanly young fellow who has made his way by earnest endeavor For some time he has been with the F C Railway A YEAR OF BLOOD The year 1903 will long be remem bered in the home of F N Tack t of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Taokets Juns that death seemed SevereIDr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption with the astonishing re sult that after taking four I was completely restored and as time has permanently loured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at all druggists Price 50o and 100 Trial bottle free BERNHARDT SPECIAL To enable persons living at Frankfort and between Frank fort and Lexington to attend the Sarah Bernhardt perform ance at Lexington on May 80 the L N will operate a special train leaving Frankfort at 700 p m returning after the performance Train will stop on flag at all points between Frankfort and Lexington to pick up passsengers C L STONE G P A Q C FORMALLY ACQUIRE- BY SOUTHERN For some time the Souther- Railway Co has practically owned the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad commonly known as the Q 0 In the last few days that system has closed a deal whereby it purchase- the holdings of the city of Cincinnati in that road and has assumed simpIiIEat a Laxet at bedtime feel bright the next day Laxets only Go a boxare sweet tooth some tabletsa laxative perfection For constipation dullness of spirit sour stomach bad breath coated dizziness biliousness sal low oomplexionetc Sold by all dealers =r ir i rf n r h Pleasant to fM Laxative SyruTp fi rfNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i f And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are 0 the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts fLYONStable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring tabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etca 1Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE JIli Tobacco Bellows Blowers bCradlesScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Sittings and Wrenchesli FRANK G STAGG 4 Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer IThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky findMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky CINCINNATI The F C and Q C rail theirnpleasant excursions tomorrow Train willl leave this city at 7 a m sharp Returning will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m reaching homo by about 1280 a m 125dRead the ad e FAMOUS STRIKE BREAKERS Tho most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels- go on strike they quickly settle tho trouble and the purifying work goes right on Rest euro for constipation headache and dizziness 25o at all druggists IllaWltt Early Riser jThe famtcM Httto plftfc i i1 ir fiYI f tttlt Dr Cadys ConUiiron Powders are just a needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ani vermifuge They are not food tmedicine and the best in use to put n tl horso in prime condition Price 3icents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte GayleI Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No 103 Memphis N O Ltd No reave 0 m Arrives 743 a m New Orleans Special No Lea oMOl p m Arrives ti85p m No Local Mail No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 455p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate Connection to and from Elizabeth townHodgenvilloandHopkinsvilleoxceptnoSunday ville Stops at stations No Accommodation No Leaves 430 p m Ar 9M a m t For Central City Connecting service to and exce oa Sundays Stop at nil stations Trains Run Dally tto I th ItIiIIi oi W HAM WATCH IAGARVITD ALL OVER YHE 0 Cases plain simple and ornate 1 in either Gold Gold Filled or i Silver I MILLVILLE I Miss Clara Barnes and Miss Cornelia Alexander were with Miss Hazel Mitchell last week Mrs Jas Goins has been very sick but is now much improved The ladies of the Christian Church will serve cream and strawberries Saturday evening at Mr Atkins lawn All invited to attend The fee will be ten cents a saucer with cake Mr Peter Dozier of Versailles is visiting his son Mr S P Dozier Born To Mr and Mrs Ernest Schramme a son The dry weather continues much to the annoyance of the farmers Miss Hettie Johnson who has been making quite an extensive visit in Texas and Okuhoma has now returned home PEARL- STAMPING e GROUND We are glad that the grand jury called attention to the dangerous condition of the new iron bridge over Elkhorn Now that the county can not be sued for any damages resulting from accidents on turnpikes caused by defective diverts fills without guard rails etc it behooves trav elers on the pikes to call attention to these matters before accidents this county near Old hams mill Mr Fabricius Stone aged 07 years Mrs M A Todd nee Thom pson of Madison Ind visited relatives here this week Mrs Alice Diokerson of Wal nut Hills Cincinnati was the guest of her sister Mrs Geo E Wilkerson this week A wellknown colored man by the name of Albert Lewis died recently from the ffocts of a stroke paralysisp comes from all direc tions that rain is badly needed As usual though he case is made much worse than it really is Some farmers have asserted that the wheat is heading out too low to cut with machines We have I been about considerably lately and we have been unable to find In Womanly Ailments and Weaknesses Dr Shoops Night Cure Soothes Heals and Cures while the Patient Sleeps The best remedy which physicians know for Female Weaknesses composed of parts of a certain white lily To this are added other remedies which draw out the poisons and heal the inflamed membranes This soothing antl leptlo local application is known by druggists and physicians everywhere as DR Snoops NIGHT CUBE becauscAlt cures while the pa Kent sleeps and the k morning ands the dischargesirecords of martyr J dom They suffer they are sick they never know a well dayyet this suffering and sickness Is unnecessary Every ailing Nwomanmaybo made strong may be made to ex pertenco the vigor and vi tallty of ro bust and perfeOV tly healthy wo inhood It is to this everInireaslng number of suffering women thatDrShoop sendaV his message of hope and life and good cheer It to these lick and ailing women that DR Snoopa NIOHT CURE calm of Gilead You may locuStr u by the name physicians give it but remember DR Snoops may bo relied upon in all cases of womb ulceration falling of the womb alas in She womb or ovaries leucorrhooa whites Inflammation congestion irregular or painful l fienstruation Ask for Dr SHOOPS NJOB una and sold by ALL DEALERS KEEPING Fl GOOD WATCHJ Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you j one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements 1 find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be ace rate timekeepers j 1 v1 A SELBERT occurDiedIn any quite that short It is bad enough brother farmers dont reallyisWe are gratified at the high stand taken by the grand jury especially in reference to gambling and drinking in our town on Sun day We hope those guilty of such offenses will be rigidly held to account Among those who have accepted the home coming invitation we note the name of Hon J C C Black of Augusta Ga Mr Black was born and raised here He is the man who put Tom Watson the political blatherskite to sleep John Miller formerly of this place was bady cut in a saloon fight in Lexington in a contro versy over cards UNO t 1 Whenever your bowels skip a day without a movementtake a LAX ET Whenever your breath is bad your skin waxy or sallowyour tongue coatedyour breath foul take a LAXET only 5c Sold by all dealers U A 51 JII ct ABwuftla Bigattvt of Tie Contributed NORTH FRANKFORT Should Have the Proposed City School Says CitizenStrungR- eason Urged The suggestion that in view of the large increase in the number of pupils in attendance on the city schools a branch of the school should be established in North Frankfort can but meet with pop ular approval Over OIIH thousand scholars are now enrolled cu the register of the city school The building is crowded In case of sudden fire the loss of life would in all prob ability be very great No amount of care or previous drilling for an emergency of this kind could evert this imminent danger Even with coolness and care by teachers the mixed character number and excitability of the pupils would in all probability sweep away the teachers control One room de moralized in case of such calam ity the contagion would spread The hazard of epidemics is also increased by collecting a large mass of scholars in one building or in close proxiity The city is spreading It is ex tendingnorthward eastward and westward as well as southward All cities as theyrgrow establish ward schools The convenience of attendance is thus facilitated as well as protection afforded against overcrowding und disease Thorn Hill will soon be a part of the city and Browns Bottom be solidly peopled The city limits nearly roach Loestown There are now several eligible sites for buildings in the second ward one especially that are control and one of these would be well adapted for a North Frankfort city school building West Frankfort is growing rap idly and a fine site is offered by an enterprising citizen to erect a branch school in that locality The limits overcrowding and of Providence and hygenic condi tions are certainly reached when over one thousand pupils are con gregated ino one building NOBODY SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Frankfort Men and Women Old and Young Alike Kidney ills seize old and young alike Quickly come and little warning giveChildren suffer in their early years Cant control the kidney secre tions Girls are languid nervous uffer painWomen worry cant do daily workRobust men have lame and ach ing backs Old folks weak rheumatic lameEndure distressing urinary ills The cure for man for woman or for child Is to cure the causethe kid neys Downs Kidney Pills cure sick kidneysCure all the varied forms of kidneysuffering Frankfort testimony guarantees- every box Mrs Elizabeth Johnson wife of W 11 Johnson market man re siding at 840 Itlnnton street says My son Lorenzo was greatly benefitted by the use of Doans Kidney Pills Some time ago he had a bad spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for he complained a great deal of a steady dull aching pain in his kidneys especially if he stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying at night as it disturbed his rest One evening I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised in our papers and a box was procured at J W Gayles drug store He be gan taking them at my request and to my glad surprise as well as his own he noticed almost immediate reilef In a short time the backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the kid ney secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as he ever did For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember thft name Doans and take no other FOR RENT A storeroom and flat above corner of Second and Shelby streets Apply to- JAMES HEENEY 888t CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat less nights and the RestI to coughing the greatest and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime ou will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size The At all drug gists yr Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOODJ IUEwithfyouing season a successyi To be successful one must have an equipment that is both J labor saving and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call Capital FollndrgacftieCompang Apr 7lm- 60 YEARS- IXPEftlENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ctc Anyone sending a sketch and description nay iteklr ascertain our opinion an kltlonestrtctiyconndentlai sent free Oldest for iiecurlnjf Patonu taken through Mann S Gsreceive Melt In the Scientific Hmericait A handsomely Utastnted weekly Largest ely culation of any scientific Journal Terms a year fL newsdealer Nrov 8 re weLNew York Draach Olnce ati I at Washington Frankfort Giooi nati Sg The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 COPYRIGHTS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY AM No81 2 D Frankfort Arlu as 71iiiILV Summit Itf 311 Elkhorn 1111 219 Switzer 229 86S Stamping Ground 818 236 Dnvau 6 Johnson 0 217 12Georlrttown715 t 08 Depot f 623 Newtown 6 Centerville 50 Elizabeth 8 5 0177 Paris Junctn l 8 Art Paris r Lv 512 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA GEORGETOWN 1620 Lv Frankfort Ar 720 717 ILv Georgetown Arj 6 6 lAr BETWEEN IIVIAA1 1EMo Lv 715 12 Lv Georgetown Ar 6251 Lv aris Ar 5 33 1610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS Frankfort U 25A720P 47P Georgetown Al 9 04AI828P SIIP AIL Paris 42P 611P Winchester L 709A245P 15P 50A A Maysville L 6 45A 115P 8 21A ACynthlana L 502P 6 64P A Richmond L 20A 165P 80A A Cincinnati255pG- EO B HARPER C W HAY Prea and Gen SUp G A t q t1 Trees Plants Vinos For the Spring of 1906 tho BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington laysOffer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb As paragus etc We employ nb agents Strawberry and General Catalogue on ap plication to M103m H F UILLKNMXYZB SONS WECARE People get more than they ask for when they have us fill their prescriptions The public at large is not half so particular as we are in these matters We know that our drugs are both pure and of stand ard strength We take no chances whatever and nev er hesitate to pay the cost of making sure Your physician writes a deftI IAll prescriptions have scientific com pounding and we also make the price right 1J tiLGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky t I j Jt IA 4i1rq j fi v i MARRIED TOBINGRfiGORY In Lawrence burg on Thursday Mr Hugh Tobin and Miss Pearl Gregory were married by Rev Mr Humphries Mr Tobin Is the oldest son of the late Dr Hugh Tobin His bride is a daughter of Mr J C Gregory a guard at the Prison McINTYRES WIGERT At the Presidio San Francisco Cal on May 10th Lieut Augustine McIntyre U S A and Miss Jane Clemmons Swigert daughter of Col Saml M Swigert U S A retired ArtilleryI Mr Bon M Keenon IiJohnson Keenon and of Miss Swigert and niece of Mr Jos Swigert She is a fine girl and popular in r this city where she visited q uently in the past freI NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for all diseases of the Liver and Kidi neys Stomach and Bowels- It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the fuod causing a t regular free movement of the Bow els cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Ton or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 CITY TAX BOOKS TURNED I OVER TO COLLECTOR The city tax books for this year have been turned over to City Collector D P Richardson The total amount of assessed prop erty is 8016280 upon which the tax is divided as follows General revenue 80 10280 Poll taxes SS850 Sinking fund 904070 School fund 1808140 0410840 MADE HAPPY FOR LIFE Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair second super intendent at St Alhans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names He says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort wo tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by all drug gists Price GOc + MOVED TO NEW OFFICE S1The office of the Kentucky River Mills has been moved to their new artificial stone building on the mill grounds North Wilkinson street and their rooms in the Trust Co building Main street vacated Those who have taken other lax atives without satisfaction and those who have taken such quan theyhavepleasant surprise in LAXETS ft There is usually no pain griping nausea or discomfort even in severe oases This candy bowel laxative LAXETS is only 5o and is sold by all dealers DEATHS MILLER In this city on Sun day the infant child of Mr Geo W Miller and wife The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr M B Adnms at 10 oclock on Tuesday morning and the remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery GOINSAt his home near Benson this county on Saturday morning Mr Francis Goins aged about 07 years of heart failure Mr Goins was a bravo soldier in the 9th Kentucky Cavalry U S A during the civil war He was a devoted member of the North Benson Baptist Church and the funeral services were conducted by Rev Dr M B Adams from that church on Sunday afternoon and the interment was in the church yard Mr Goins was an industious hardworking man but his death had been poor for some time his heart giving him considerable trouble He leavesa wife and five children three sons and two daughters to mourn his death He was a man of pronounced views kindly and generous to rill KENNEDYIn Atlanta Goon Wednesday morning Mr Michael Kennedy beloved brother of Mr D L Kennedy and Miss Hannah Kennedy of consumption Mr Kennedy was born and raised in this city where he was well known and liked He had been travelling in the South for a number of years and his brother and sister had not heard from him for about seven years until summoned to his bedside He leaves a wife and two children the youngest being only eight months old one sister and three brothers and a large circle of rel atives and friends to mourn his deathThe remains were interred at Atlanta on Thursday afternoon a genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold in one day THE FRANKFORT MILLINERY CO Is otlering tine BEST GRADE OF MILLINERY at the MOST REA SONABLE PRICES A nail will convince you Best assortment of exclusive novelties to be found any where Dressmaking department same floor St Clair St Rin gold Building 84lm LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock O M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf THE MODERN PITTSBURGH PERFECT t WIRE FENCE WELDED BY ELECTRICITY t What a Marvel it would have been to Abraham Lincoln splitter of rails BIRTHS BRADYIn this city on Sun day to Mr Winfield Brady and wifea daughte- rSCHRAMMEAtJetts on Sun day to Mr Ernest Schrainnie and wifea son UNUSUAL SIGHT Capt Win C Lutkemeier has afforded our citizens an unusual sight this week He secured a number of silk worms supplied them with the leaves of mulberry and mock orange trees and put them to work spinning their silken cocoons in his show windows on Broadway street This is something that has not occurred in many years When wo were a wee kid our grandfather Mr farmer Your progressiveness is keeping you in close touchrwith improvements in farm machinery dairy methods and the scientific facts that bring about the greatest possible agricultural 1Youanother the woven wire fence tOf allelectricity now welds the trandrThe greatest step forward in fence building is thus accomplished at a single master stroke Of course you are not using anything else Surely you are familiar izing yourself with this remarkable improvement to be sound only in Pittsburgh Perfect P C SOWER COIHardware Merchants 307309 Main Sty f V r JUST RECEIVED Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles- We also have a large stock of Redwood Weatllerboarding the Best on Ea- rthHammond Co the late honored and beloved Mr John Lewis of Llangollen had quite a large number of silk worms and hoped to make their labors a source of revenue but the weather and climatic conditions were such then that with all the care possible the worms perished and the scheme was abandoned O Wl1ea Early Risers The famous little pits 1Wouldntit can never know how much reallnxntive value is contained in this box of Laxets As toothsome as candy safe for child or adults Having the formula on the box you know just what you are taking Lnxets are for constipation had breath bad taste muddy com plexion headache coated tongue biliousness etc only 6 cents Sold by all dealers Dr Wearers Treatment SjreppurUIce the blood Cerate htli ikln ernptlottft t 60 Building Lots on Thorn Hill Heights Are Offered at Prices Ranging from 10000 to 15000 Upon Payments of 500 Cash and 100 Per Weekh Without interest until balance of purchase money is paid This is an opportunity for the working man to secure a home f of his own and should also prove a good investment for the man with cash Where we have full confidence in a quick sale for allof these lots yet in order to enlist the cooperation of each lot purchaser we will offer to themft three CASH PREMIUMS as follows To the party securing purchasers for the largest number of lots 100 to the party securing purchasers for the second largest number lots 20000 and to securing purchasers for the third largest number of lots 10000 This offer is on condition that all of the sixty lotare soldanithe event that only half of the sixty lots are sold the cash premiums will be exactly half of the abovenamed sums or if only a fourth are sold a fourth of said amounts will be given As we expect more than onefourth of thelots to be sold before noon of the first day this advertisement appears we hardly think it necessary to prorate the premiums below one fourth rbut in order to make all interested parties feel assured that their efforts are fully appreciated these premiums will be prorated down to the sale of a single lot The premiums will be paid in cash as follows 25 per cent when onefourth is paidon the lots sold 25 per cent when onehalf is paid on lots sold 25 per cent when threefourths are paid on lots sold rand 25 per cent when all of the lots are paid for If you are interested in this proposition we will advise you to act promptly as today may be the only chance you will have to secure one of these lots iI Lo B MARSHALL CO REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS l t Xl1frt J y I t SDJOHNSONCOSGroup 11 White Goods tor- eommencement Dresses 20e India Linen this week 15c 25c Persian Lawn this week 19c Dress Goods 38c for Mohairs worth 50c 49c for Mohairs worth 75c 78c for Mohairs worth 100 98c for Mohairs worth l2o 110 for Mohairs worth 150 1Washthis Belts week9c this week 21c this week40c t j Lingerie Waists Wo havo tho most beauti rut assortment ever brought to Frankfort t RELIGIOUS CHURCHRevSunday May 27 980 a m Sundayechool 11 a m Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p m Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST OHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at 11 OL m and 8 p m chapelBnraca by I the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p anchapelLeaderMr E Somers Subject Remarkable Answers to Prayer JI Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats freeI CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C r f ml3ndChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at l chapelThe meets Tuesdayt afternoon at H oclock L Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father I Thomas S Major1reotor Low Mass a m High Mass at 10 a m ikSundayschoul at 2 p m t pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I Rev E L Warren of Louisville will Breach at 11 and at 780 p m l Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 080 p m crPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at ski 780 p in- Vlslors cordially welcomed j METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preauh at 11 mf8945 a m Ep worth League at 645 p m eveningJEverybody invited to attend t tiSOUJHERN PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRev Wm Crowe pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 oclock p m r1 mYoung680 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 780 clockf invited to attend BRILLIANT YOUNG LAWYER DIES Mr Win A Morrow eldest son of Judge Thos Z Morrow of Somerset and a brilliant young lawyer died suddenly on Tuesday night Mr Morrow was appar ently as well as usual that after noon made an address introducing Dr J N McCormaok to a big crowd at the courthouse and after wards made a short address himself Later in the evening ho was suddenly attacked and died in a short while Our sympathy goes out to the afflicted family VAGARIES OF RAIN FALL latelyhavemorning we had a nice rain in and around the city extending some 8 miles up the Versailles pike while north and south of us there was littleI If any f On Tuesday afternoon we had a slight shower not enough to lay the dust while at Farmdale and extend ing down to the Saffell Distillery there was a ground soaker permitting the setting out of plants North of us there was none at all The rain then Went to Woodford county where we learn they had a fine shower k ifb I fIIttkwrJll tt Handkerchiefs i Price for Gentlemens Initial Handkerchiefs 5c for Gouts Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs 50 for Ladies Handkerchiefs 80 for Ladies Handkerchiefs lOc for Ladies Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs 12Ac for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 15c 1028c for Ladies Embroidd Hkfs worth20c 25c for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 35c 89c for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 50c Silks Silks 85c for Foulard Silks worth50c 89c for For Fancy Taffeta Silks 59c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 75c 09c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 100 98c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 125 Penangs Ginghams Cheviots Sllkolinos tc at very low prices FEAST AND FURIES A fair idea of the magnitude of the spectacular production of Feast and Furies to be at Lexington for four performances Thursday Friday and Saturday May 31st and June 1st and 2d is shown in the gathering of the performers in the performance There are enough people engaged in Feast and Furies at every represen tatlon to populate a good sized village and make it a model establishment from the municipal point of view In all there are close to six hundred peo ple engaged in the working from the highest priced specialty artists and actors down to the laborers who look after the details of moving and hand theseItheredollars Some extent to which these figures can be carried can be guessed when it Is known that three of the leading specialties draw salaries that figure up jointly to nearly 3000 a week In addition to this there are two full fire companies employing fifty expert firemen 20 members of the Salvage Corps 12 actors in the Ambulance Corps 2 complete battal ions of artillery a fully equipped Gat ling Gun Squad 2 patrol wagons and their crews 50 policemen GO European vaudeville performers and 20 clowns and grotesque comedians 2 military bands and last but not least the unseen forces of a hundred or more men drilled in their work to see that every force in the big perform ance is concentrated upon its given location and that the handling and direction of the vast enterprise is maintained with the smoothness and certainty that makes it all so real istic i placeInwhich is so adjusted that it can be put up or taken down in an incredibly short period is one of the marvels of the entire production that often escapes notice Reduced rates on all railroads Trust to Nature A great many Americans both men and women are thin pale and puny with poor circulation because they have Ill treated their stomachs by hasty eating or too much eating by consuming alco holitf beverages or by too close contino ment to home office or factory and in consequence tho stomach must bo treated rectifytheirwearythinwork with great difficulty As a result fatigue comes early is extreme and lasts long The demand for nutritive aid is perfecthealthmuscle should take from tho blood cer tain materials and return to It certain others It is necessary to prepare the stomach for work of up from the food what is necessary to make good rich red blood Wo must go to Nature for tho remedy There were certain roots known to tho Indians of this country before the advent of tho whites which later came to tho knowledge of the settlers and which aro now growing rapidly In professional favor for the cure of obstinate stomach and liver troubles These aro found to be safo and yet certain In their cleansing and invigorating effect upon tit liver and bloo- dIhese are Golden Seal root Queens root Stone root Bloodroot Mandrake CherrybarkTimenatlvo roots when extracted with Iyc erlno as n solvent make tho most reliable and eillclent stomach tonic and liver in- vigorator when combined In just the right proportions as In Dr 1iorces Golden Medical DIcolr Where there is bankrupt vltulltrsuch as nervous exhaustion had nutrition and thin blood tho body acquires vigor and tho nerves blood tissues feel tho remedyAlthoughaware of the high medicinal valuo of tho above mentioned plants yet fow have used pure glycerine as a solvent and usually tho doctors prescriptions called for the ingredients In varying amounts with alcohol Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is a scientific preparation compounded of tho glycerlc extracts of the above mentioned vegetable Ingredients and contains no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs fr I 1 flli rMf p Ribbons- No 40 AllSilk Ribbon this week 9c 0in Taffeta Ribbon this week 25c Gin Messaline Ribbon this week 29rj Corsets 49c for Corsets with Suspenders 78c for Corsets worth 100 9Sc for Corsets worth 125 119 for Corsets worth 150 Hosiery 15c Hose this week9c 25c Hose this week lOc 85c Hose this week 25c 40c Hose this week 82c 50c Hose this week 42c Beautiful assortment Val Laces and Embroideries at wonderfully cheap prices For the Roundabout DECORATION DAY As decoration day draws near this lit tle poem written by F M Finch seems to have taken possession of heart and brain Written in 1887 commemorating the generous action of the women of Columbus Miss who in decorating the graves placed flowers Impartially on those of the Confederate and of the National soldiers Could noo we of Frankfort take a lesson in kindness and justice from these tnder little verses THE BLUE AND THE GRAY By the flow of the inland river Whence the fleets of iron have fled Where the blades of the grave grass quiverAsleep the ranks of the dead Under the sod and the dew dayUnderUnder the other the Gray gloryThoseAll with the battleblood gory In the dusk of eternity meet Under the sod nnd the dew dayUnder GrIlYFrolD hours goLovinglyI like for the friend and the foe Under the sod and the dew layUnder GraySoThe morning sun rays fall With a touch Impartially tender On the blossoms bloom ng for all Under the sod and the dew dayBroldered GraySograinWithThe cooling drip of the rain Under the sod and the dew dayWetWet with rain tbe Gray upbraidingThe fadingNoUnder the sod and the dew dayUnder GrayNoOr the winding rivers be red They banish our anger forever they laqrel the groves of our dead Under the sod and the dew dayLoveTearsand love for the grayL0 0A LAZY LIVER produce anything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Stir the liver up and get into shape The best results aregenerally from the use of DeWitts Little Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputation gripe Sold by J W Gayle LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised fetters for week ending May 20 1000 Abbett Mrs Dick Aubrey Sanford Beard Alb 2 Bacher n- Brookshire Arthur Brown Mrs Maggie Casady Miss Mary Dell Duet Mrs Charles Hawkins Dr Pulllam Dudley Pilliam Walter J Raiser Grand Ray Joseph LJKussellSugarman Louis 7 Thompson Mrs F Tinsley Miss Annie Wentzul W S White Miss Suclie Wllhoit S Wilson Mary Woods Frank When culling for these letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M 1rNI Dr Waaver Syrup and Cerate Bueeewful tltlAtmlll1 for blood and kin IbeMM r Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat t t14f 1 i a m all The fiscal court has finally de termined the county tax rate at and general expenses 28 and bridges 12 courthouse 10 Midland railroad 10 Total 50 I A Tls i Joy to eatt welcome my dinner hourI Because I rout indigestion with August Blotted I emaciation urio of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail JIin bound in the bowels is a expression of people who look mis QWhat a foolish plan when nature could constipation and all stomach ills JAugust Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools 3 qTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Onylo Van Round for Hatching 100 for 15 D Ky Notions lc for Card Hooks lord Eyes lo for one Parkai Hair Pins 2c for one Roll Tape 2o for a Paper 4c for Card Safety Pins 40 for Feather Stitched Braid 5c for Card good Pearl Buttons 5c for good Tooth Brushes 5c for good Dressing Combs 5c for Cake good Soap oc for Asbestos Holders lOc for Wafer Dress Shields Lawns Sc lOc Lawns this week Pro 12c Lawns this week lOc loc Lawns this week Hoc Organdies this week 25c Jj H 1AND Queen Crescent Route MAY 27th125COUNTY Philadelphia leaves Frankfort 700 Chester Park open with new FOR PARTICULARS diIvidedOrdinary Turnpikes New FOOLISH PLAN indigestionbiliousness selfpoisoninganemia theydocom- mon persistinAugustFlower EOOsloDresserBlanchard LeghornsThe 1EgiS Frankfort GLANTON Pius Iron Organdies 12Ac CASTORXAtJBean the Signature of the Kind You Have AlwayS Boa y For Sale J Lots in Frankfort ArlingtonState Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dels lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on new av tholotsollloe a plat made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing the location and dimensions of the lots and pro streets and alleys to which Iinvite the attention of those desir ing to purchase lots for residence purposes The Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots are sold and sewer connection can be readily made uotbesceneryI in showing r the lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the application 37lin JOHN B LINDSEY DONTBe persuaded into buying t cheap flour You pay more for it than you do for the best 4 USE Ti1sAnd you know you HAVE TilE BEST SOLD ONLY THROUGH GROCERS4r THE J E 11 MILLING Co Frankfort Ky i + 1 I LETTER FROM UTAH Green River Utah May 16 1900 Editor of Roundabout My aim in writing so early fol lowing my last is to call attention to some mistakes of your printer In my first he made me say wholesale advice instead of wholesome and had me build ing a home instead of a house In my second he made me spell interpreter withan o He had me to say mysti cal instead of mythical elsewhere instead of every wherereductio ad absurdum individual instead of undi vided when 1 referred to the Crusaders oversight of the denizens of that part of town named after the little fish that goes tail end foremost when it is in a hurry But Mr Editor the most pro voking and unpardonable of all was where he made me say the thousand years instead of ten 10 Now if the distance to that fixed star is calculated on that basis and the result given it will be only onetenth the true distance What a vast difference all from printing the instead of ten If I didnt know that you and your devil were sober men I would be inclined to think you were both blind drunk The author of that composite produc tion wound me up and set my astronomical pendulum a swing ing and I have in my meditative moments been trying to gain some comprehensive idea of the ki relative size of this great big globe in comparison with that of the dntafexpert astronomers gives this re sult If the sun were a great hol low ball like unto a soft india rubber ball there would be such spaceinsidethe center and there would still be room left for the moon to revolve around it without touching the periphery of the suns surface great as the orbit of the moon isv And this sun of our solar system is a small affair compared to some of other systems Whew And God created the sun moon and stars stars are only suns of other solar systems oursand placed them in the firmament and He separated the waters that were bet low the firmament from the waters f that were above the firmament In all my life I have never heard rL of any savant attempting a location of those waters above the firmament The great cause off all this effect always existed never had a beginning and will never have an end But conceive if you can the idea of creating something out of nothing for th t was what was done or else the word create could have no intel ligent meaning If it must be the God who handed down the ten commandments who created all this vastness of space and solid matter that God must also have been the effect of some great first cause and what the first cause or what or who created God Whets great catastrophes like the San Francisco earthquake appal the nations supplications innumerable go up but the vol canic eruptions and earthquake shocks go on all the same Great multitudes in the stricken city the first Sunday after the destruction assembled and worshipped and gave thanks to God for the manifold mercies extended to them through all that fiery ordeal praising Him for their deliver ance Some have gone so far as to express the belief that the whole thing was a judgment sent as a rebuke or punishment for the wickedness rampant there What nbsurc1ityThe grinding to pieces and burning alive hundreds of innocent women and babies to appease the wrath of a just God against the many thou sands who escaped and then gave thanks for their safe deliverance There would have been just as thnnkingHim othersThe big God that I have in mind never did and never will get down to that smallnatured business If He did I imagine He would be no respecter of cities or countries and long before this would have used New York Chicago Frank tnrgetsforthem n big slinking up needed just as badly as San Francisco Let us have a big God or none at all We now hear that the fir mus China Town was located in the very heart of that Golden Gate City In vice it was black as WhyJustcard of the first magnitude a genuine curiosity an attraction greater than any show P T Bar num ever exhibited It was a money maker for the city It drew crowds from far and near and so added to the wealth of San Francisco Shame on the boasted culture and refinement incident to modern Christianity Is it any wonder that it is on the decrease and infidelity on the increase- I have learned with much regret and disgust of the frightful weather you have been cursed with there since I left especially in March and usual late spring freeze During all that time nothing but ideal weather prevailed here If these new settlers were not so handicapped and at the mercy of the robbing railroad company their prosperity would be much greater I again wish to give some wholesome advice to prospective homeseekers bound for the West Buy tickets to the largest and nearest city to the place of destination a city to which competing lines of railroads connect A drummer came here a few i BOYSrD ou want a horserif you want a horse or a bicycle a gun a camera or anything else youve set your heart on do what other boys are doing to get these thingss- ellTHE JV4 TWRVA Y EVENINGPOST In your town on Friday afternoons and Saturdays Maybe you think itll take a long while to earn enough money for what you want But that all depends- on yourself Some boys make as I much as 15 a week others make 2 3 5 a week In our handsome booklet Boys who Make Money some of our boys ten in their own way how they got money for things they had long wanted by selling THE POST This booklet is free for the asking We will send along with it the complete outfit for starting in business n including ten free copies of THE POST You sell these at 5c the copy and that furnishes all the money you need for buying further supplies Besides the money you make each week we give among other prizes watches sweaters etc And in addition 250 in Extra Cash Prizes each month to boys who make the biggest increase in their sales Better send us a letter today THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COflPANYIWS ARCH ST PHILADELPHIA 4 Jy f h t rJ 1f if klli n f weeks ago from Salt Lake City bagIgage toIpay about twice as much If this isnt highway robbery what is it Multiply this by the thousands of similar cases occurring year in youhavesits back in his velvetlined chairs under the roof poordaredeviltakes his chances for a period of ten years or more behind iron bnrs and generally lands there Such is justice under the present operation of vicious laws in this glorious land of the free and house of the brave I dj not see why the minieteis of the gospel who are generally looked upon as the spiritual ngents of the Divine power do not rise inn body in conjunction with Noel Gaines nnd turn their ecclesiastical batteries against this mon ster evil the money devil because I am satisfied that if he can restore purity and sanctity to the ballot box that combination will have no trouble knocking the rail road and other combines out the first 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