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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p r7 t t I f O i j THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I + GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance ii I VOLE XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 3 1906 No 39 If WHITE CANVASSH l OXFORDS Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the dayAlsot White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY FINGERS CUT OFF William Case an employe of tho Champion Saw Mills Belle point had his left hand caught in the machinery of the mill on Monday one or two of the fingers being cut off at the ends Dr C A Fish was called and attended to his injuries which are not serious 7 If your stomach Is weak t youIfUse Dr Shoops Restorative one month and see what it does for you Sold by all dealers w COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF WHITE CITY SCHOOLSK Wo have received an invitation to attend the commencement exercises of the White City High Schools The program is an at tractive and entertaining one Tim following young people will graduate Samuel Kennedy Cul bertsonHenrietta Eales Basil Ed ward Kenney Clara Annetta Nel son Marcella Frances Orr Ida Hough Roberts Florrie Garrard Rodman and Wilyun Jouett Shipp The senior class colors are black and gold and its motto is United wo stand divided we fall Rev Dr M B Adams will preach the baccalaureate sermon to the class at 11 a in tomorrow CLOSED DOWN FOR SEASON The 0 F C Distillery No 118 the property of the Geo T Stagg Co closed down on Wednesday for the season rA MIRACULOUS CURE The following statement by H M Adams and wife Henrietta Pa will interest parent and others A miracu lous cure has taken place in our home Our child had eczema 5 years and was pronounced incurable when we read about Electric Bitters and concluded to try it Before the second bottle was all betterI HUSTLING DOWN STAIRS On Sunday the thermometer was away up towards 90 degrees but along in the night it took a tumble and when folks arose on Monday morning they found that there was more than 40 degrees difference existing It was cool enough for fires all day Monday andearly Tuesday morning Later things became more normal Accidents will happen but the best regulated fnmilies keep Dr Thomas Eo leotrio Oil for such emergencies It sub dues the pain and heals hurts NEW LAUNCH GIVEN TRIAL TRIP IThe new launch the Nettie Grant just completed here was given a trial trip up the river on Monday Capt Geo Samples and Capt John Sheets being in charge She made the good time of eight miles an hour She will be used for excursion and picnic purposes The Cornerstone LayingisNew Capitol ON JUNE 16TH 1906 Will be one among the most important events in the history of Frankfort The largest crowd that has visited this city in many years is expected here on that day Many ExKen tuckians whci will be here during Home Coming Week to gether with many people from all over the State will witness these ceremonies An elaborate program has been arranged and nothing will be spared to make this day one long to belKentuckyYou to wear for the occa sion Our store is stocked to overflowing with stylish outer garments representing the highest development in the art of ladies tailoring The stocks we carry would be a credit to most stores in larger cities The Values We Offer Are Not Equalled Elsewhere Ladies White Linen Suits 1050 11LadiesSecilian and Panama Skirts in black andcolors = extra values 500 Black Voile Skirts extra values at 1200 tCLjCKENTUCKY RIVER GETS 174000 In the bill for internal improve ment now pending in Congress there is the item of 174000 for the continuation of the improve monts on the Kentucky River This sum is not enough but it will help somewhat mss DfflBs Early Risers The famous little pills OUT OF THE RACE Hon South Trimble has an nounced that he will not be a candidate 3 for reelection to Congress from this District this fall fhisImakes the race somewhat easier jbellHarsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Donuo IRegulets yourdruggist operate easily tone the stom r 60 Building Lots on Thorn Hill Heights 1 Are Offered at Prices Ranging from 10000 to 15000 Upon Payments of 500 Cash and 100 Per Week Without interest until balance of purchase money is paid This is an opportunity for the working man to secure a home 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 them three CASH PREMIUMS as follows To ths party securing purchasers for the largest number of lots 100 purchasersforonlyfourtha noon of the first day this advertisement appears we hardly think it necessary to prorate the premiums below one fourth but 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 paid on the lots sold 25 per cent when onehalf is paid on lots sold 25 per cent when threefourths are paid on lots sold and 25 per cent when all of the lots are paid for If you arelinterested in this proposition we will advise you to act promptlyas today may be the only chance you will have to secure one of these lots f i L B MARSHALL CO REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS j J IJ i JfA J 1 aT + ftI J 1r 4 t L1QNL MEEK SPECIALS I IOur Great 50c Corset t Mr H K Ward of Versailles was In the city Wednesday Miss Iettn Wright visited her sister in Louisville this week Mrs E C OKear has returned from n vlsit to Mt Sterling Mrs C K Merrill of Lexington wns in the city Thursday Miss Sara Oatlett is visiting Miss Helen ORear Shelby street 5 Col Sam R Smith visited friends in the county this week Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was in the city Monday Col Chas C McChord of was In the city Monday Mr Jos LeCompte of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Mr W H Edwards Jr of Versailles Was in the city Thursday Col Ed E Abbett left Wednesday a business trip to Cincinnati Col Ed O Leigh visited at his old home in Paducah this week Capt M H Insko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was here this week N Mrs Jas L Watson of Lexington was in the city on Wednesday Mr Albert H McCure visited relnl tives In Harrodsburg this week Mrs A C VanWlnkle visited at her old home in Danville this week Mr Luke Kavanaugh of Polsgrove visited relatives here this week Miss Nora Miller of this office visited her aunt in on Sunday Col W B Jenkins of Cincinnati Cordage Co was In the city this week Miss Elsie returned t visit to her in Woodford county Mr Claude Haelrlgp of this office l made a business trip to West Liberty this ft Miss Christine Reynolds and Miss Fannie Crittenden visited in Cincinnati this r week D Markham of Cincinnati Mr Albert Harbison wife and child were guests of Dr J W Gayle and wife W B Johnson and children visited nt their old home In Mt Sterling this week Muster Ormsby Sherrard of Kansas visited his aunt Mrs Albert Umethun this week Miss Nannie Clay of Paris was the guest of Misses Anne and Emily Thomas this Mr W T Daugherty Houte Agent of the Adams Express Co was in the city Col A B Hammond attended the funeral of Dr Swain at Smithfield on Sommers of Jeffersonvllle guest of Miss Leota Black l Riley and Miss Bettie Kee Woodford county were in the city onihlerday Mrs W F Barret who has been travel lug in Europe for several months has turnedi home 3 Dr J Ed Ray of Sugar City Col was in the city on Monday and made us 6 pleasant call Fannie B Mastln of Versailles been visiting relatives here hue returned home Mr H M B Colvin wife mind son wereguests of Rev T F Talluferro and wife this Mrs Sallle Crockett of Danville who has been visiting relatives here returned home Saturday Mr Julian Chinn of State College visited his parent Dr G W Chinn and wife this week Mrs Jos VanMeter of Louisville visited Mrs 7 Swlgert Taylor at This tleton this week Mr W Kidd will return the first of the week from his usual spring trip through the South Mr J Norton Fitch of Jessamine county was the guest of Capt W M Lyons on Saturday Mr Geo A Lewis and wife of this office visited relatives in Fayette county + Saturday and Sunday Mr E W Bosworth attended the dedi cation of Calvary Baptist Church in Lexington on Sunday I f 1 AVe will have on sale great values in Wool Dress Goods 50 CO and White Dotted Swiss 15 20 25 and 35c White Goods in endless varieties at 10 15 25 and 3fc yard great values in Cur tains and Linens White Duck Skirts 150 White Linen SkirtsI 250 to 50Cl A few Eton Suits left We will close them out at half their real value i CHARISES J WEIT2EL F RJkK K ORTI J PERSONAL Springfield Covington ofehome Jfweek thislY 4Wednesday Wednesdayt SundayMrs 1Miss COMMENCING TODAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK pricesSpreads KYI BowlingGbefore the Y M C A Cadet Alex 11twls State College was here Wednesday the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville the guest of his parents Col J J Rod man and wife this week Mrs O B Theiss of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs Buckner Mc Elroy has returned home Col Clarence E Woods Mayor of Rich mond who was here on business Friday returned home that night Rev Wm Crowe goes to Carrollton day to assist at the installation of a pastor of the Presbyterian Church Mt J Paul Swain and wife were caller to Smithfield on Monday by the serious illness and deathof his father Mr J Swlgert Taylor mind wife at tended the funeral of Mr Gus G Coul ter former Auditor at Mayfield Mr Al G Bryan of Lexington attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs Martha A Roberts on Thursday Capt I T West and wife and son Mr James B West have returned from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Rev F Strassner D D and wife of Canton Ohio are visiting their son Mr CF Strassner on Capitol Avenue Mr W H Watts and Mr J H Adams of the Prudential Life Insurance Co Lexington were here on Thursday Miss A May Cromwell of this county left yesterday evening for a visit of sev eral weeks to relatives in Cleveland O Mrs John W R Williams and daugh ter Miss Alice of North Carolina were guests of Dr U V Williams this week Mr Geo L Hannen of the Forks of Elkhorn who has been laid up with a sprained ankle was in the city Saturday Mr Howard Withers of the Kentucky State Journal office was called to Lan caster on Monday by the death of his uncle I Mr Jos Simcox who has been on a business trip to Green Bay Wls and Pontiac Ill returned home Monday Howard Umethun leaves today for Chattanooga Tenn where he will- be employed during the vacation of State Paul Bagby the new pastor of Providence and Mt Pleasant Baptist Churches thls county was In the city SaturdayMr Vreeland nnd wife MrF Chas E Vreeland and the three children of Mr Vreeland left Thursday for Dren non Springs Mr Jos C Hubbard who has been nt home for several weeks left Monday on u southern trip in the interest of the Frankfurt Shoe Co Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife returned to the city Tuesday morning Mrs C C Hazelrigg was called to Lexington on Wednesday by the serious illness of her daughter Mrs W R Scott who is ut an infirmary Mrs Cornelia W Bush who has been traveling in Europe has returned to this country and is visiting Mrs Cyrus C Turner in New York City Cal Evan Prosser Traveling Passenger Agent of the B O S W R R C and Col F P Waits of the Monon Hut way were In the city on Tuesday Mrs Sam Stone Bush and child who have been guests of Mr Geo F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill have returned to their hone at Kenwood near Louis J F Wilcoxson of Lexington Mrs A C Flshback of Louisville Miss Warner fccolleld und lr Ryland Scob e Shelby county attended the funeral of Mrs W H Roberts Mrs O B Theirs of Louisville wns the guest of Mrs Buckner McElroy Third street this week She was raised here and is a daughter of Mr Chime Haydon of the L N H R Mrs George Baker entertained nt tl e Country Club on Tuesday in honor or Mrs Geo Cox of Majsville Mrs C C Owens of Maysvllle Mrs Mary Cecil C ntrill of Georgetown and Mrs Rob erts of Lexington Mr Goo F MKeenon Mr Richard KMcClure Jr Prof R V Stratton Miss Annie Brown Miss Harriett McClure und Miss Genevieve Posey composed a merry party who assisted ate in Midway Thurday night for the benefit of the Kings Daughters rNDr weavers Syrup toad Cn40 BaccMtfal traumas for blood and akin dlteuM NARROW ESCAPE IOn Thursday afternoon Mr Herman and Miss ONau were returning to their homes on the Owenton pike and when on the highest point of the road back of the OC Distillery the horse became demoralized by the storm and backed over the cliff Luckily the buggy was caught by some small trees and with help from passersby the parties were rescured front their perilous condition THE WISDOM OF ANIMALS You can not induce a lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must eyesYoustomach Kodul for dyspepsia takes up the work for your stomach digest what you eat and give it n rest Puts it bank in condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by J W Gayle rSHOOTING SCRAPE On Thursday morning two men JY the name of John Woods and Tyler Rogers living on the Devils Hollow pike le came involved in a difficulty over a busi ness matter Some rocks were thrown nnd Rogers shot Woods three times twice in the left arm and once in the side Woods was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital where his injuries were attended to by Dr J S Goodrich and afterwards he was taken to hs home near Choateville Rogers came to town and surrendered to Deputy Sheriff Crutcher He was taken before Judge Polsgrove gave bond for his appearance and was released o WILL HELP SOME Thousands annually bear witness to the efficiency of Early Risers These pleasant reliable have long borne a reputation second to none as a laxative and cathartic They are as staple as bread in millions of homes Pleasant but effective Will promptly relieve constipation without Sold by J W uncle Two Dyspeptics V you are too fat it is because food turns to fat instead of musclestrength If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you oat are not properly digested and stringy people do not hay enough Pepsin in the stomach while fit people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatinoKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Hjodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh FlMlUrbottUboUdM Wow M rut M tbo Wag er M oat du rropmd at the loM oratorrotSOJItWIM Cbis tt UIA IFOR SALE BY J W GAYLE I See Our Mens Socks I 10 15 25c nJENJwsSPECIALSF Lawns Organdies Mulls Batiste Persian Lawns French Lawns c Beautiful Figured Lawns So So lOe India Linens 5ct So lOc 12 22c Persian Lawns I5o 2Oc 25c 3So Sheer Batiste warranted to laundry iSc 2Oo25o Mulls and Mercerized Gowns at all prices SKIRTS Mohair Skirts white and black ij4 5O High Grade Tailored Skirts made of Panama and other new materials S4T5S5OOSC5O CURTAINS Rufled Swiss Curtains OOcGSc7Scl a pair Lace Curtains GOo73oI and 8l and upward Hosiery and Underwear a Specialty t F T HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is f impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly IIAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING Jf you nerda new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us before buvina We make a specin1tyof overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resenttitive will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARDPresident NEW LIVERYMAN I Mr W F Hlarn has purchased livery stable of Mr L F Shelton and tells our renders about it in todays paper Read i- tso Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eato FENCE POSTS FOR SALE I have a fine lot of Locust Fence Posts for sale Inquire of JAMES GOTNS R F D No 8 Frankfort Ky H6imJOHN EDG- EJ3RICKMASON FRANKFORT KY Will build Chimneys Cisterns nnd Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone C28 33Gm I SSI C M ISec36 COTO dSprings Pueblo And Return From LouisvilleVIA Henderson Route Correspondingly low rates to all other Summer Resorts Ask for Information J H GALLAOIIKB Trav Pass Agt L J IIIWIN Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky L I r WhiteSuits t Serge or Linen 3500 Serge Suits 2500 t 2500 Serge Suits 1879 2000 Mohair Suits 1539 2000 Linen Suits 1630 r 1500 Linen Suits 1289 It Ii HOMECOMING The plans for HomeComing Week in Louisville Juno 1817 are practically complete and any one at all familiar with them will agree that they point the largest gathering in the history of the t South The very lowest estimate based card and letter on file at CoinYmercial Club points to nn attendance over 550QO oxKentucklans Only a t indicatedAlJ their birth Below will be found n list of former l residenta of this county who have accepted the Home Coming invitation This list by no means represents tho at tendance of those who went county Practically every om acclptlngI the invitation has stated that he or she will be accompanied by from two to fire others The HomeComing Association at Louisville informs us that Franklin county will according to its estimates be represented by b70 former citizens of this county during the big June event As the railroads have made a rate off one fare for the round trip from Louis vine to all points in Kentucky tickets 7 going on sale June it Is expected that all former citizens of our county who ivisitLouisville will come to their old as soon as they have partaken Kftully of Louisvilles following is hospltalltyI j Rev W H Hampton Ironton M Poe Wurburton avenue Hast ings N Y O B Crittenden Greenville Miss 1 Jno S Grant 2535 Lucas avenue St jlt Louis James W OConner R F D No6-I Winlleld Inn rMrs Gertrude Stoker 3S10 E Sixth Kansas Citylfo t Chas Johnson Wasco Ore Jno F Bretz 1118 North Fifth street t Springfield t O B Smith 5210 Virginia avenue St Louis Edwardat P Buzun Jr 1321 Park Row fJNew Yok N Y K McChesney McKinney Tex Stewart Klnkead 27 University street W LaFayette Ind fr W S Mngill 214 Seventh street Des t Moines la Copt Win Kinkead Gny Dension ATe T Browder 122 S Penn stet Indianapolis Ind Col Jno C Major Bowling Green Ind K Edge Stoops New Albany Ind Belle Logansport Ind Walter C Scott 743 Clayton street San Francisco Cal rMrs 0 H Reynolds Tyler lull Tyler Annlstou Ala I ALL IN DAINTY WHITE The Great June White Sale Will Wing Its Way Into Popular Favor The story goes that three famous architects of ancient Greece wire culled before the council of nobles ia Athens to consider plans for the Acropolis The first stated his ideas at corsiderablo length the second elaborated his plans with etill further fullness but the third shid ImplhI will do nil these men said and morn This is apropos of our June sale of White Wash Goods White Garments and Lingerie All who Arc familiar with our standards will grow reminiscent at this announcement It will conjure np memories of other years and other June sale days at this store This year we mean to do all wo have done before and more Sale begins Monday morning and lasts one week WhiteWool Dress Goods7- 5c quality fine White Serge 58c 125 quality fine White Serge 98c 36 inch White Mohair 4Sc Hon Jerry W South Phoenix Ariz Mrs Fannie Wooldridge Wiunir 17th street Sioux City la- Hallle Gates 221 Walburg Toronah Go Landon A Thomas Augu tn Ga Mrs W K Brecktnrliige 105 G street Altanta Ga H T Demaree Deepwater Mo Davis Morehead Pinkerton 845 Glad stone Boulevard Kansas City Mo N J SIDE Ninth street Kansas City 10IWilliam C Woods 703 Ambert avenue 719 Olive street St 10I MoFall Mo care of Traders Insur Thos J Luckett St Louis Mo LexingtontWalter F Goodwin GJ49 Juanita avenue St LouiflMo Mrs May Paradise Devey Mont Jno McKee Wood LaCIede Building St Louis Mo 1arob D Allen Butler Mo P S Morris care of Standard 011 Co New Orleans La L Yeax Jr Houston Tex Leonard J Cox Houston Tex Elen Steadman Cox M D Galveston Tex Miss Fannie F Monroe 102S Monroe street Washington D CIRev Win L Ic Negley avenue PlttsbnrfPaMiss M S street Biloxi Miss J Stoddard Johnston Jr 40 Wall street N Y Hord Brown Pier 35 N K New York N Y Rev C Q Wright U S S Lancaster Navyyard Philadelphia Pa Mrs F 0 Squire 1013 Tyler avenue Topeka Kan R A Hawkins LaFayette Ind M W Fleming Rochester Ill Bertha H Coke 6511 S Morgan street Chicago III Mrs Benj Bevan 1032 Irving Park Building Chicago Ill Joe S Shield 20J West First street Newton Kin James W Berry Sweetwater Penn J Edmund Richardson Wasco Ore Jno T Pattie Mountain View Okla Mrs M E Steadman Alice Tex Mrs S L Harris 223 S St Clair treet Pittsburg Pa S S Church R F DNo Phcenix Leonard S Hughes Surgeon U S Army Addle B Rupe Indianapolis Ind P S Morris euro of Standard Oil Co New Orleans La Mrs Nora Dean Scott 1030 Nelson avenue Chicago Dayton White Wash Goods I 32 in Persian Lawn lOc 32 in Persian Lawn loc 46 in Persian Lawn 25c 32 in India Linen lOc Regular 12 l2c quality Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you should consider The Automaticas we loan prove to youis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures will appeal to you They save the foodas as well as the ic- eRROGERS SONS 261y Miss I M Snelling CrotononHud son New York N Y B F Hughes 833 Broadway Greenville O Mrs W F Sloan 1320 Fourth avenue Nashville Tenn N F Richardson Jr 1320 Fourth street N Nashville Tenn MemphisPetitMrs Nellie R Grace Cove Ore Thos B Hutchison Box 237 Norfolk Vn Miss Llda R Marshall 776 Third street N E Washington D C F S Kennedy Wasco Wash Ralph W Jones Pope Muter Car Co Indianapolis Ind R L Anderson Nokomis D F Hewlt 313 Washington avenue Greenville Miss J W Winter Sullivan Jno B Vincent 627 First avenue B Hutchinson Kan Mrs M Stavens Reeds Terry N H J W Martin Odessa Mo Capt W E Hunt Greenville Miss L Y Brock Bethany Neb James II Boyer 430 N Jefferson avenue Win Marshall K Louis Mo 10I Jl p OLD IAYLORI THE PRE UEU KENTUCKY WHISKEY I E H TAYLOR Ja SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky dainty great SL78 under Gauze Gauze IEmbroidered SemiReady Embroidery 750 SemiReady Robes 059 2500 SemiReady Robes 1998 400 SemiReady 300 300 SemiReady 36 inch Linen CambricsI30 inch pure Linen 7f 125 quality PRICES WEEK Mrs Sarah E List r Shelbvville Mo It O Hndyes Ileiildsburg Cal J M Cokiiinn Henkelman Neb u DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Thu District Committee of the Demo crats of the SViiuh District met here on Thursday mid called a convention to meet in this city on Thursday July tu nominate a cnndidate for Congress a Suffered tiny tutu night the torment of itching puss Nothing helped me CllrltllIIIlAS IT SHOULD BE Tin1 merchants of the city have agreed to cl so their of business every evening during the summer at tjm except Saturday This is as it lit IHEADMessrs Crotchet X nfo offer ing rare liargiins in clothing huts anti shun Head their admmt the lust page of niir llIlllrIHft KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE KingsNev ImR cONSUMPTION SOcSIOO Price 1Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROW and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY DAOXj iofJ l wIiWIJ u Under Muslins The Lily Brand Fine materials and trimmings A opportunity right in the early season SKIRTSr 1 Lot Garments 47c I Lot Garments 89c Lot Garments 138 1 Lot Garments I Lot Garments 269 Allmuch value White Hose Lace or 21CILaze or Beautiful Waists Waists 215IWhite Linen 1 Worth 90 o THESE FOR ONE ONLY CONGRESSIONAL places ollock should Simpson LUNGS t Celebrated DoW IllsLittle Ear Y BBSsera IThe famous jEitle l- aifssAiir Livery any Fees Staf- eWFIIEARNE Successor to L F Shelton Ann Street Frankfort Ky New Vehicles Buggies Ruimbonts Break and Road Carts Wagons Harness Whips etc Horses Horses bought nnd horses for salo at all times Real Estate I have several farm fur sale ranging in size from 10 to 100 micros also city lots business houses and roidencos First Class Livery A Specialty BOTH PHONES June 21yy Toe Frankfort Roundabout Entered at the pestetfceat Frankfort lien tuCk nsseiomliliiis mnilablo matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 3 1906 BARACA CLASS BANQUET y Feast of Reason and Flow oft Soul Tho Baraca Class of the First Baptist Church of this city gave their second annual banquet to f the men of that Church and other invited guests in the old chapel on Friday night last The rooms were beautifully and tastefully decorated by the ladies and were filled with a throng of gentlemen expectant of the de lights hoth to the body and the mind which were so soon to be spread before them About 150 to 100 men and youths composed the crowd Rev Dr M B Adams acted as toastmaster and director of ceremonies About 880 oclock he called the audience to order and Rev T 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church invoked the Divine blessing- A dainty and appetizing lunch was served by a large bevy of Frankforts prettiest sweetest and most modest girls and young matrons It was bountiful to the last degree and embraced all the delicacies of the season It was handled in perfect time with ease and grace and no hurry or fluster ing rush In the absence of the gentleman who s as to respond to the senti ment Ladies Who Have Helped Us Dr Adams introduced Rev J 11 Severance of Georgetown who made a short talk which sparkled with wit and humor His thrusts were keenly enjoyed by the audience and liberally ap plaudedMr S Farmer the hustling business man and earnest worker in the cause of the Master re sponded to the toast Men And The Modern Church His re marks were earnest clear cut and to the point and put clearly be fore the men of the church their duty as coworkers with the Mas ter He urged upon all honest and conscientious labor for the Master who has done so much for us It was a capital address and left its impress upon every heart in the audience and was warmly applauded OJCol Jas A Scott responded tot the toast IIrrhe New Politics and paid a glowing and graceful tribute to President Roosevelt and BettertI JThe tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated you coughand there is more irrita tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold becaus- it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE scorn iBOWNE ii I- jJ 409 Pearl Street New York v + T GripsIGrim Grasp Caused Heart Diseasei Could Not Lie On Left Side DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured MeIMrs H R Jobe formerly of Ala writes from the same state as followsIIt is with the pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer low much good they have done me Last winter I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on my left side for a long time I of our Heart Cure and took three bottleL- haveL no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem getting I nerves of heart were so affected that I sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried your Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was bottJe AddressPr Gov Beckham as lenders in the fight for the enforcement of law conIeciencehis purpose to stand squarely byI the good and true men who are in the thickest of the fight for morality honesty and righteousness especially emphasizing the necessity for the enforcement the laws controlling the observance of the Sabbath Col Scotts remarks were en thusiastically greeted and warmly applauded 1e1spondedNeeded Missionary Work He I outlined in forceful and earnest words the need for good and true men to take a hand in the fight fearlessly and honestly for civic righteousness and the enforcement breakIingthe betterment of the city and State and paid a graceful compli ment to Governor Beokham for his stand in regard to Sabbath j observance in Louisville and else where The audience paid the closest attention to the young orator and liberally punctuated the speech j with hearty applause The Frankfort Orchestra which had rendered beautiful and appropriate music throughout the even j ing then played that stirring piece My Old Kentucky Hoinei with variations which was received j with prolonged applause I In rising to respond to the Closing Address Gov J C W I Beckham was heartily received His address was short pointed and sparkling with fun He thanked the managers of the ban quet for giving him the pleasur- of attending and the several speakers for their kindly allusions to him He affirmed his nirposi to see the laws in regard righteousness strictly and impartially administered gracefully complimented the ladies for the and delightful repast no humorousethrust at some of the gentlemen presentIThe address met the earnest find enthusiastic applause of the big audience This ended the regular set pro gram hut the audience were no satisfied and when Dr Adams called upon Rev Messrs Vaught Hudson and Crowe to respond i jI cvi each of them made a few terse and witty remarks that finally sent the crowd away at 11 oclock in splendidspirits Theso entertainments will be given annually and will he looked forward to with the most pleasant The one this thnnlthnti toIgetherDr Adams and his band IRe ers both gentlemen and I ladies are to be ccngratulated upon their splendid success j WORRY WEARS YOU OUT There Is no need worrying along In discomfort because of n disordered diges tion Get n bottle of Kodol for dyspep sin and see what it will do for you Koclol not only digests what you eat and restbutI dytI youWorryyour best Worry is to be avoided nt nil times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by J W Gayle DECORATION OF CONFEDERATE GRAVESI Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy with other friends assembled at1 the cemetery on Saturday afternoon for the purposse of decorating the graves of the Confeder ate soldiers Rev J K P South opened the exercises with prayer after which Rev Wm Crowe Hon Scott and Capt James BlackburnI delivered short addresses appro priate to the occasion The graves were then tastefully decorated with beautiful flowers IF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Tea or Herb Tablets and do not find them the best medicine you ever used for Constipation Torpid Liver Sick Kidneys Sour Stom- Ach Sick Headache Neuralgia Dyspepsia Indigestion Malaria Dizziness and Bad Breath we will refund the money They work day and night and you get up in the morning feeling Tea or Tab person11ry Frankfort Drug 1 REGENTS FOR TWO STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS Governor has appointed the I1he Regents for the two State Normal Schools authorized by act of the last Legislature Eastern DistrictJ W Cam muck Owenton P W Grinstead Lexington J A Sullivan Rich mod Fred A Vaughan Paints ville Western DistrictJ W Porter Bowling Green E H Mark Lou isville H C Miller Elizabeth town H K Cole Owensboro State Superintendent of Public Instruction J H Fuqua is Chair man of each board It will be remembered that i Richmond and Bowling Green are the locations for the schools The dlgusting discharge from the nose and throat and the foul catarrhal breath are quickly dispensed with by II using Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Such soothingantiseptic agents as Oil Euca Indigo etc have been incorporated into a snow white unexe NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM Mr Leslie W Morris and Mr purtIwillrthte business principally while Mr Shelton will do the outside part Both are clever gentlemen and uptodate in their line of busi Ilf58NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY 0t ter atlllcted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonlo pills on earth 25c at all druggists 1t itJiJi ttMriJ a i Pleasant to take I rr I Laxative Syrup 4 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONj Ask Your Doctor i IAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines Y LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers 1 Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows I Thresher Machine Oil TarpaulinsIMonkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches I FRANK G STAGG j Hardware Paint Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualitv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL I 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE Judge Bon G Williams of this city was appointed special judge of the Pike Circuit Court by the Governor on Saturday and left for Pikeville that afternoon LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT = For twenty years W L Rawles of Belts Tenn fought nasal catarrh He wrlteewrhe swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salvo to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best save in existence 25o at all drug gistssFOR RENT A storeroom and flat above corner of Second and Shelby streets Apply to- JAMES HEENEY 888t o Y Dr We Tora Syrup ftriflu the Mood i Carafe fdataeatt tot toskfe 1 l Dr Cadys Condition Powders are lust a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food b puthorseacents per package For sale by JOJW Gayle and w LeComDte Gayle P 1 Illinois CentralaSeventh 8 River Louisville f Nol Memphis N O Ltd No 104 Loaves 0 40 mNewLenvcai201pni Arrives 5 35pm 121 Local Mail No lJ pmForICUzabothtownHodgenvflleandHopkinsvilleexcept Hod8en- vine Stops at all stations 183Leavesm toHodgunvilleSundays Stop at all stations AU Trains Run Daily r LLjJI I WATTpAREvCARR ED ALL OVER YHEWOR Cases plain simple and ornate 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or SELBERTf the Roundabout I CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE ECHOES rSnide and Rascally Qontractors Were Badly Ex 5 posed by Down Walls J rland Rotten Mortar Healdsburg Gal May 23 1906 Earthquakes have an especial vengeance against brick They tumbled them about unmercifully whether in fine edifices humble cottages foundations cellars springhouses or wells walled up ood substantial frame houses solidiscratch Monuments were tum sacredIpnssedtThere was no instance in which the earth opened or changed it- sRnaturnl conditions except on f filledin lands or made earth there she gaped open and took ink whatever was on the surface b A visit to San Francisco showed m a horrible state of affairs four miles square of utter and com plete destruction six times as fireIt where Creek had once run was sunk r twenty feet burying dwellingsi iI down to the second story engulf ing many human beings most of whom wore in the ruins at this dateMission i street where the new postoflice recently finished stands was once has sunk four or six feet leaving the office standing on its piles drivenI a 50 feet into marsh and made r earth but badly damaged tf The foot of Market street also made earth has sunk two feet 11 more ruining street and twistin Tailroad track and heavy rails as if mere pipe stems worthyIsway the fire Men and women were caught and shot dead in thei nefarious work One man pockets filled With ladies ears Does Your Stomach Bother You 1 1r Shoops Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves Aa you value your health and happiness don e neglect to care for the slightest stomach pain let it go At the first sign of distress use Shoops Restorative and end all these These aches are signals they are symptoms of coming diseaseIs it wise to Ignore them You who never eat a hearty meal without a sense of fullness A followed by a period 14 a s t u d e or drowslneesbeware- Neglectthesecondl tlons and you surely Invite distressing i indigestion youll become a sallow miserable dye peptic Do you experience any of these symp tomedietress after leatln return Ing of food Vto mouth inawlng at pit of stom rumbling of gas belch 3g of wlndX JageaSfrte heartburn h ness If you suffer in uny of these ways your duty is clear there is but one course open to you rtn4 I the Insldo herves these special vi i nerves shake off forever this a tfff disease Put the digestive nerves in nijo o act ns nature intended theshould- f r g dont force just give the inside oral force gentle tonlo natures help ir ns Restorative Tablets or Liquid flbouiu be taken to do thisIt is the only scription which builds upor even attempts restore the inside stomach nerves Sold by ALL DEALERS r tmj tfrft Yj bb If IIB KEEPII4G A GOOD ttlATGH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers I M A fFor Workmanship IDr standard THESIlTUrgJ Y EVENING POS- TBUSINESS COLLEG ESIDESgiving thousands of bright boys abundant spending money some earn 1500 a week we teach our boys salesmanship that qual ity that commands such highI salaries in the modern ness world A Brooklyn in surance man whose son sells THE POST writes us You are probably con ducting the best business college on earth for you are not dealing with theo ries but with cold facts in practice based upon your excellent methods for en couraging and helping boys in every way II Boys who want to make money boys who want to be taught how to win by one of the most successful bus ness firms in the worldthese are the boys we want to from We can teach you how to play the game and I make good money while you are learning It doesnt cost hearII a cent to startfor we furnish the first supply of free andyou can buyyour next supply with the sales of the II fJf Itheygained success If you are a success boymade of the right stuffwe want you to write usright now THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY 1726 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa cut from the human head to secure the jewels One young lady exhibited her hand from which two fingers had been severed to steal the rings humangwas dead but the cutting revived similarypassed through the calamity thedOne set claim that the entire por tion of the State west of the coast range has slipped fully six inches into the Pacific Ocean Another claims there was a quake in the ocean near Tomales Bay sixty miles west of San Francisco and yet another says there was a vol cano away out in thu depths of the ocean as evidenced by tho immense amount of pumice stone with deep water crabs attached floating in the ocean- Earthquakes have become quite numerous of late though they seemed to have been tamed and of milder nature The Japs say our big trembler was a picnic to what they have in Japan where over four hundred occur in a year they have become accustomed to these over there and the women utilize the quakes to rock their babies to sleep H C H THREE MORE SPECIAL JUDGES IThe Governor appointed three special circuit judges on Monday- J R Sampson of the Bell Cir t bv ouit Court Jep C Jonson of the Logan Circuit Court and J W Saunders of the Laurel Circuit Court INTERNAL REVENUE COL LECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected internal revenue taxes for the month of May aa follows Number barrels 3102 tax gallons 110949 710 amount tax 1286467 SUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELF The sincerest tribute that can be paid to superiority Is imitation The many of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve that are now before the public prove It the best Ask for DeWitt Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises bolls and piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by J W GayleCLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions In the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and rogu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle i25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr t t t iJ 0 Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD wE want to argue the CASE with you help you make threshing season a success a To be successful one must have an equipment that is both ilabor saving and money making You will find both of J these features in the J I machines Give us a call Capita Founorg Waofiin Oompan 1 Apr 7let rr 50 YEARSI TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly our opinion aa Inventlon is probably ommunica- tlonsetrtctlycontidential onPatente sent free Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through JIunn ft Co receive epeeist soots carge In the Scientific Jlm ri an- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest eli culatlon of an sclontlBo Journal Tern 3 a BoldbyallnewedealersPUNN Brunch 0 Frankfort OMollQti BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 and this CASE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 11IJil IPI 2 D Frankfort Ar 0011 20ILV Summit 2 Elkhorn 1111706 319 6 229 Stamping Ground 648 a g 121 Duvall 6 Georgetown 351 t C S Depot I 6 S Newtown 6 9 Centerville Elizabeth 5 3 Paris Junctn 4- 5Arl Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Connects C at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA GEORGETOWN PM A MI IPM6 A Lr Frankfort Ar 720 ILv Georgetown ArII0 sot 6 Ito Ar Cincinnati BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A 1Pu PM 6 Lv Frankfort Ar 715 a Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Paris Ar IIi Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCK CENTRAL R R POINTS o0P a Frankfort 25A 720P 47P AIL Georgetown AI HA 626P 3 S6P 7 Paris 8 30A 542P 611P ii Winchester 709A245P 15P Maysville 15A 115P Cyuthiana L1 502P 20P 50A1A Richmond 20A i MP Cincinnati 256P GEO B HAU7ER C W HAY Prea n jml Supt G A reevePlants Vin sJFor the Spring of 1906 the BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb paragus etc Wo employ no Strawberry and General Catalogue agentsIplication to M103m H F HILLENMEYKB WECARE People get more than they ask for when they have us i 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 standard strength We take no chances whatever and never hesitate to pay the cost of making sure Your physician writes a prescription expecting defi nite results we see to it that he is not disappointed All prescriptions have careful scientific com pounding and we also make the price right iii ti1 GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky 1 1 f Y t MARRIED iARIS HOXGlIARHOIn this Thursdny Mr Robert Armstrong and Mrs Christopher Harroil were married FORTXERHORSLEY this city on Thursday Mr Thos Fortner mid Miss Nannie ITorsley were married by Rov Win Crowe A WESTERN WONDER Theres n Hill at Bowie Tex thats f twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consump tion I was reduced to 00 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs mind Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough mind Cold cure Guaranteed by nil druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free EXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE 100 J IFrankfort Ky to High Bridge t Ky Sunday June 3rd via F 0 Ry and Queen Crescent 1Route Special train Leaves over F C Ry at l 980 a m Arrive Frankfort 050 i Pmil Fare to Georgetown onto above train 50 cents round trip Tickets good only on date of sale and returning same day C W HAY G P A F C Ry Frankfort Ky t 111c RINE ARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati 0 STREETCARSCHEDULR Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 020 a m and every ten minutes thereafter till 980 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 11On the cemetery linn they leave same r at 080 a m and every thirty min r utes till 1000 p in Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 t a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 650 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p in li J D t SALLEE Supt A hacking cough is most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the in flammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold by J W Gayle DEUM LAUDAMDS IrEtAsplendid rain fell here on Thursday and it extended ail over this t region much to the joy of the farmers and gardners There was some damage j to trees etc but nothing to amount to anythingThe on account of a lack of rain in the lower edge of the county was becoming very seriousLI For all the blessings of Our Father let t us give thanks fA RrAj Bears Signature i of l Dr Weavers Treatment 1S1J1P for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions DEATHS munIALTON ear Spring Hill on Thurs tIny Mrs Nannie Dnlton wife of Mr Earl Dalton aged 28 year after a linger- Ing illness The funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at oclock by Rex M Adams D D at the cem etery chapel and the remains were laid away in the family lot STEADMAX At the Forks of Elk horn on Thursday morning Mr How ard Steadman aged 67 years of n com plication of diseases Mr Steadman was a brave soldier in the Southern Army He was a devout member of Mt Pleasant Baptist Church an upright honorable man a devoted husband and father He leaves a wife anti one daughter besides a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death He had been a great sufferer and death came as a sweet release from pain The funeral services were conducted yesterday morning at 10 oclock from the Buck Run Baptist Church by Rev Dr M B Adams of this city ROBERTSIn this cityon Wednesday morning Mrs Martha Roberts aged 78 years as the re sult of a stroke of nppoplexy wife of Mr W II Roberts and mother of Col H H Roberts of the Frankfort Shoe Co Mrs Roberts was an industrious modest and loving Christian woman quiet and unassuming loving her home and home duties A devout Christian and member of the First Baptist Church Her health had been poor for several years but she was patient in tribulation fervent in spirit serv ing the Lord She was a direct descendant of the Bryan family of Bryan Sta tion Fayette county She was highly educated and refined being a pupil of the beloved Rev Philip- S Fall of sainted memory She leaves beside her aged and desolate husband one son Col H H Roberts between whom there were the tenderest and sweet est of ties The funeral services were con ducted by her pastor Rev Dr M B Adams from the residence of her son on Conway street at 280 p in on Thursday and the remains were laid away in our city of the dead GOOD FA KM SOLD Mr W H Lnnttr sold his forum containing acres lying on the Kentucky river above the city to Mr Willis Jen kins for 12000 The real estate agency of Messrs L B Marshall Co made the sale It is a nice farm LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have n full line of all the latest styles in wan paper Call and examine stool C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23fc The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive yon in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butt Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA tcas is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare 1 gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It 1 contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind JamI It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the surd Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep t The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend IHGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years I I t 2 rt i THE MODERN PITTSBURGH PERFECT k WIRE FENCE WELDED BY ELECTRICITY r Farmer Your progressiveness is keeping you m close touc- hWhat q a Marvel itwith improvements in farm machinery dairy and with alltwould the scientific facts that bring about the greatest possible agricultural 1111 been toproductIonare also informing yourself about fence We Know you are s historyprails rails lrFourthalongFifthmachines were or another the woven wire fencet1 BIRTHS COLLINS In this cityon Monday to Mr Elliott Collins and wifen dnughterIINTERNAL REVENUE June Assignment of and Gougers in the Seventh District as Made CoUectlol1I lector Roberts Stoll Co LexingtonJ T Gunn day L Lusby additional and bottling H Fornnin gauger 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frank forW A Hamilton day C H Mar gan additional C N Yiard gau lr3 Po ne Distillery Co Maysvllle Oscar Grigsby lily J R addi tional and bottling Frank Hurting meal room W C Slye night H G Holiday ganger W A Gaines Co FrankfortJ L C ox day S A Powell additional D E Reid meal room J R Spiers additional W H Sneed nddUlonal D L Harpbattling G T Scearce night H 5 J E Pepper Co LexingtonR- Strauss day A V Combs additional and bottling Amos Grilllth additional- A B Piper meal room J M Stevenson night D C Berryman and W F Crcghan gangers 0 Bros Co MaysvllleJ S Walling ford storekeeperganger 9 S J Gretinlmum Midway W S Lyneday H S Sinclair additional R II Davenport additional W B Ander son bottling W T Crosthwalte ganger 10 Peacock Distillery Co Klserton A Moore day W W Cherry additional and bottling D C Berryman ganger S C Herbst Frankfort W D Blanding day J E Hnnrahan addi tional anti bottling C N Wiard ganger G White Cc ParisJ P Hutchcraft day J M Walker additional Z J Phelps bottling D CI Berryman gauger 17 Old McBrayur Distillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns Jay C H Wick lllTe additional and bottling H S For man gunuer 231 H Rogers Co MaysvllleP D Wells day U G Carey additional mind bottling H G Holiday gauger 3J E M Babbitt VursaillesE Craig day W L Baker additional and battling S D Pinkerton gouger George linker Frankfort Spfeed F EIHJohn Cochran Co Frankfurt B McElroy lily L H Flnnell addi tional and bottling H T Guinea gunner 901 E Pepper Co Yurnallton E F Darnuby day T E Oldhain add tional and bottling P S Rule addi tional meal roomW T Sellers night T H Shelby guuelII W J Frailer VersaillesIO W Crazier Versailles E W Lane store ktepergauger 52 Labrot Graham FrankfortP- G Powell day C H Talbot additional and bottlingS D Pinkerton ganger 68 Jr Sons Frank r 1It I J tpj + I f But most important of all electricity now welds the wires at the Joint making no longer necessary these wraps and clamps Stay and strand wizardlike bacome one The 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 found only in Pittsburgh Perfect P C SOWEft CO Hardware Merchants 307309 Main St y y I v It JUST RECEIVED Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles 1r And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles- We r also have a large stock of Redwood Weatherboarding t the Best on Ea- rthHammond I Co fortJ O Kash tiny I T Wet uddi tional W Black additional meal rcom G McConnell additional II S Bell bottling L F T Steele night D B Walcntt ganger 77 Paris Distilling Co ParlsJ M Russell they C L Hough additional R D Grant additional W G Cook bottling D C ferryman ganger J J M Saffell FrankfortJ H Murray day A W Xazor additional and bottling C N Wiard Jllu lid J N Blnkemore erILogan storekeeperganger 105 Mulling Crlgler rIgJucrL L Lemaster day G T Mont joy additional T J Craig additional J G Brawner additional R H Whittlng ton additional J M Tanner bottling J H Smoot night T L McConnell and F G Sparks gangers 118 G T StagR Co FrankfortW M Saffell lily Ohiltou Oshorn mIdi tional G P McCann bottling John Stephanskl gouger Fulton Co Culver J C Hoi brook storekeeperganger- 34J D O Williams BlainoC L Os born storekeepergauger Cumin GimletJ M Patrick storekeeperganger 350 Eastern Kentucky Distilling Co Webbville Rollu Fiinnln storekeeper gtiuger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lex ingtnnJ R Snms and J M Burl ridge storekeepurgn u gers General Htorekeepergauger Lexing tonZ F Elkin- Lixington RectifiersStall Co Time W J Smith Co R S Strider Son E Popper Co A G Leonard ganger Frankfort Rectifiers J P Williams II T Gaines ganger IA healthy man is Iki Ihlown an unhealthy mum is an unhappy slave Burdock Bitters builds up sound health keeps you well CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of ctt AWFUL RAILROAD WRECK AT LOUISVILLE As the fast express on the L fc N railroad from Knoxville Tenn was coming into Louisville i oninconch split causing the train to be derailed smashed two cars to kindling killed nine people out right and more or less seriously Ji wounding twenty one other passengers several of whom will diq The lerailedcars were dashed against a freight train standing on a siding tearing out the of the car and killing almost sideIperson seated on that silo of cn FIt was one of the most torribleIaccidents over happening in Lou isville Among those who almost mirac ulously escaped instant Mr Blake W Godfrey forntoi 1thisW McKee Ilardie to cure Chicken Cholera Gapes Roup and berneck Price 50 cents IJimIcure no pay OAsXonBears the YouHaYBAivj Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrop puriflei ibo blood Cerate betli akin eruption SIfor May White Goods tor eommencementTt 20c India Linen this week 15c 2ne Persian Lawn this week IQc Dress GoodsWe for Mohairs worth50c 40e for M hairs worth i5c 78c for Mohairs worth 100 USe for Mohairs worth 12o 1 In for Mohairs worth 150 Wash Belts Oc25lSOc Wash Belts this week 49o hllIutrUlnlt L RELIGIOUS CHURRevSuiidny 27 9 30 a m Sundayschool a m Prayer and Sermon SermonWednesday 4 p in Everybody invited to attend illBAPTISTAdams D D pastor will preach at n m and 8 p m Adarwillrfor thu graduating class of the City High School chapelBaracn by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at7 p anchapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at oclock in the Visitors cordially invited Seats fr RHudsonv thSundaypel Christina Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at chapel TuesdnyafternoonEverybody invited FathThomasmHightitVespers CHURCHUHV mSundayschool InEndeavorPrayermeeting Wednesday evening atp Visiors cordially welcomed I JV METHODIST CHURCHRev J O 11ta u- tLEpworth League at 045 m T Prayer nleeting on Wednesday evening at 745 n- 1Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANOHUKHRev L Humphries oj Law jenceburg will preach at a ni iii tf 30 pm pYoungaoclockattendNi BELLEPOINT CHAPELThere will inMrHONORABLE AND UPRIGHT COLORED MAN PASSESI AWAY i Wa regret to learn of the death of one of the most upright hon orable and thoroughly reliable of IJ8viIIa small farm on Cove Hill which he raised the finest fruits J of all kinds and market gardenil of the bestst Ho was n familiar figure on o tiparted streets whore he vended his tIversally popular because of his in tegrity and fair dealing He was a brave soldier during ih civil war and had served as Commander of Geo W Mon Post G A R e was a devout member of the Hills Colored Baptist Handkerchiefs HundJwlchiefH5c5c for Ladies Handkerchiefs 8c for Ladies Handkerchiefs lOc for Ladies Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs 12Ac for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 15c 102SJc for Ladies Embroidd Hkfs worth20c 25e for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth 85c 89c for Ladies Embroidered Hkfs worth oOc Silks Silks85c for Foulard Silks worth 50c 89c for For Fancy Taffeta Silks 59c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 75c SOc for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 100 98c for Fancy Taffeta Silks worth 125 Pcnangs Ginghams Cheviots Sl koliaesIto at very low prices Church He was 75 years of age and leaves an aged wife and se- alor grandchildren to whom was devoted and loving to moo r1tG his death The funeral services were conducted by the G laid him away with militaryll honors Green Hill Cemetery 11TWO MORE NEW STREET CARS Two additional street cars were received in this city and imme diately put into service by Superintendent J D Sallee tieele bTraction dtheis giving us an uptodate service Shekel LETTER LIsT The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending June 2 190- 3Arlnnd Peter x Co Jbeccnm W M C Bryant Will- Callahan J MaryDowney Win Hnrrls N W Lung Arthur Sylviait 3OwingsRobinson Harriett Col Robinson Hurbert Samples Vim Sanford Mrs Ida Stanley Jack- Thomson v Miss iTribble Tracy Mrs LeonatVan moPersons wawillCEO L BARNES P Md PrescriptionIs particuld8 Intimatelyrelatedof the delicate womanly orgtt cured the whole body gains In health Iwomonweorwork In store office or schoolroom w sit at the typewriter or sewing machin- or bear heavy household burdens and f 1avoriPrescription candnervIneandsubduingity nervous exhaustion nervous tion neuralgia hysteria spasms chorean Jnervous ofthoing sleep and relieves mental anxiety au cases Favorite Pre 2complicatedmale weakness painful periods tyreg IlelvlcorgansinllutumatiOtto n Dr Plercos medicines are made from roeIgs know of the marvelous curve a value of somo of these roots and Im that knowledge to some of the 1thotheyhavosuperior curatlvo virtues and their safe qualitiesYourthoFAYOmT PRE alterative rttisIcasofor correspondence Address him at the InstituteBuffalosulting physician Ifij Ribbons Xo 40 AllSillollibbon this week Oc Gin Taffeta Ribbon this week 25c Gin llc saline Ribbon this week 20c Corsets 49c for Corsets with Suspenders 78c for Corsets worth 100 9Sc for Corsets worth 125 119 for Corsets worth 150 Hosiery1- 5c Hose this week 9c 25e Hose this week lOco 8oc Hose this week 25c 40o Hose this week 82e 50c Hose this week 42c Beautiful nssortment Val Laces and Embroideries at wonderfully cheap prices G A R DECORATION DAY 1eThe surviving comrades of A Bacon Post G A R assembled in the chapel of the came tery on Wednesday last at 4 oclock p m Maj T J Hutchinson acting as Commander called the assemblage to order and Chaplain C C Futt invoked the Divine blessing Capt 1 T West read the immortal Gettysburg address of President Lincoln Following the reading of this address the graves of the fallen heroes were beautifully decorated the large crowd of ladies pres who had supplied an abun of flowers for the purpose The colored members of Geo W Monore Post headed by n band of music marched to Green Hill Cemetery where appropriate services were held There was nc display but sim pIp and loving was the tribute paid the gallant dead DECIDE YOURSELF The byFrankfort aDontdependRead Frankfort endorsement Read the statements of Frankfort cltl zensInue wife of J T Dean bontnmn Deansdneythe great relief they afforded my eld est laughter who has always suffered re or less from a weak back ever since On account of this condition s almost impossible for her at times to anything Accompanying this wns with kidneys which was very annoying nnd dlstresssing I learn e procuredthem helpedar fa much better and stronger and the diffl culty with the secretions was daughternsher too I gave her Drtuns Kidney nnd the results in her case as wall re most satisfactory sale by all dealers Price 50 cents YorketakeeSPECIAL RATES VIA F RY The F C Ry will sell tickets reduced rotes to the following during the month of June 00 flaydAsheville N C June 7th to 130this30th Somerset Ky June 17th and te 18tht25th Tuscaloosa Ala June 12th tobe d12th toIis Niagara Falls July 23th For full particulars apply to HAYoT o eDAUGHTERS OF COFI DER ACY sur r FR Joseph HL Jllapte1u v 125 F C and r 1 Frankfort 700 a m all ASK FOR Daughters of the gave a delightful on Tues day evening at the Courthouse- In addition to serving delicacies of the season an eloquent and appropriate address was delivered- Mr T Hiter Crockett- A neat sum was for the benefit of the indigent heroes under the care of the chapter In addition to the attractions above was the fact that that evening was the birthday of the gracious and handsome President of the Chapter Mrs J Alex mnllIis charming thud attractive lady though tho silver is mixed with the black in her crown of hair STRANGE Dr G O Green gives alert atteauM to his great humanitarian contract JIn our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those afflic- d with coughs colds throat or lun- troubles or consumption We have told if they did not receive any nefit after the use of one 75cent stz c bottle of German Syrup to consult their the case in the advertising of man other remedies Our confidence in man Syrup makes it possible for us t bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work For solo by J W Gayle 1 Notions Tape2c4c for Card Safety Pius145 for Feather Stitched Braid oc for Card good Pearl Buttons 5c for good Tooth Brushes 5c for good Dressing Combs 5c for Cuke good Soap 5c for Asbestos Iron lOe for Vnfer Dress Shields Lawns Organdies lOc Lawns this week uAc ISAc Lawns this week lOc loc Lawns this week 12Ac Hoc Organdies this week 25c CINCINNATI AND RETURN Queen Crescent Route SUNDAY JUNE 10th icial train leaves PhiladelphiaZoo open with new attractions AGENTS PARTICULARS Confederacy supper realized Grunt ADVICE special urgethem eziperience regWar Eyeslc Holders CASTORJA t Bean the Sunlit For Sale Ji Lots in Frankfort I have caused my laud on Arlingtton Heights extending ruin i Riddelsconvenient lots fronting on new av thelotsFrnzierJitproposeddesiringpurposes Tue Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots are sold und sewer connection can be readily made The location of those lots can not andtheI will take pleasure in showing the lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the prices and terms of sale on applica tion to me 37 1m JOHN B LISDSEY sometnmg WronaI Dont be tempted to use cheap flour You s a money by buying vaij E e M l AND ARCTIC j Made only by Tile J E m millina Got SOLD BY ALL GROCERS lit hd I 9jt i tf t C Grutcher Simpson Special OfferON MENS AND YOUNG MENS HIGH CLASS ALL WOOL HAND TAILORED SUITS tl JUSTja 300 Outing Suits Coats and pantslOOO and 1200 suits 750 1500 1800 and- 2000 suits 1250 t 300 Mixed Suits Coats vests and pants1000 and 1200 suits 750 1500 and p 1800 suits 1250 200 Black Worsteds and Blue Serge Suits 1000 and 1200 suits for 750 1500 and 1800 suits for 1250 s Some of these suits were carried over from last season but most of them are this seasons goods and good patterns Great saving of money to you SEE OUR CLOTHING WINDOWi CRUTCHER SIMPSONMAIN STREET Watch Our Specials Every Saturday t Delayed letter BAGDAD Miss Bessie Moore is still under the doctor but I hope she is on the mend and will get out again BoonIMr Earl Moore called on his best girl Sunday last y Miss Ebbie Bailey called on Miss lua Moore Thursday last Mr Colon Graves of Frankfort called on Miss Isa Moore of Bridgeport Sunday last Watch out Colon you und Thurman dont let Coon beat your time Mrs John Moore and her little daughter are going to make a fly ing trip to Lexington to visit her uncle Mr Henry Sanford Mr Bert Moore called on his best girl last Sunday Mr HolJv Hutte called on his best girllnst Sunday Watch out Mitchell dont let Holly beat your time Mr Dan Moore called on Miss Louie Moore Sunday lastL D K N Pink lips like velvet Rough cbnpped or cracked lips cnn be made as soft as velvet by applying at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve The effect on the lips or skin of this most ex cellent ointment is always immediate and certain Dr Shoops Green Salve takes out completely the soreness of cuts burns bruises and all skin abrasions It is surely a wonderful and most highly sat isfactory healing ointment In glass jars at 25c Sold by all dealers INVITATION TO FAR WEST 4 We have received a card from Mrs Paul S Jeffries who now lives at 517 Sixteenth Avenue Minneapolis Minn asking us to say that any one who may attend the Grand Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic which meets in that city in September will le warmly welcomed at her home in that citya LaxetsA candy bowel laxative If you have constipation- If you have a coated If you are dizzy It you have tonguejto risk 5 cents on yourself Sold by all rj J vi tJ i j lfn t W t lq STATE COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT We are in receipt of the follow ing invitation to the commence ment exercises of Kentucky State College Lexington The Senior Class of Kentucky State College Announces The Thirtyeighth Annual Com mencement June 4th to 7th 1900 Lexington Ky The following young men from this county are among the 06 graduates Alexander Julian Chinn Thos Wilmott Freeman Alexander Thornton Lewis and Rodman Wiley There will be two scholarships from Franklin county to be filled by competitive examination before County Superintendent E R Jon es DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Tea gathered in the Rocky Mountains nets directly on tno Mucous Membrane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Medi cine will produce better results than any other in the market Tea or tablet form 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co COMMENCEMENT AT EXCEL SIOR INSTITUTE Excelsior Institute under the splendid management vof Mrs Eudora L South closed one of the most successful years work that has ever conic to it on Thurs day A large attendance of friends and patrons were present finestled jjj LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20 1906IEASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I PM Leave No4 Daily PM 745I225 1010 605 810 825 Winchester 923 520 825 837 Junction 509 400 918 City 887 454 410 023 Stanton 425 440 950 Campton Junction 828I 857 445 954 Natural Bridge S55 457 Torrent 747 B42 518 Beattyville Junction 726 B29 545 263 605 Junction 280 610 Jackson 223 No and dail except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday and local BARK CHARLES SCOTT General Manager AND IMI MI No DailyEx IIIIM Lexington0 010IroM IKRySterlingTrains IOHIO KENTUCKY Ex No 221 Stations MIsI j II saI DailyI 11059 RAILWAY INo No2JI 1MbI =IA MLvePM LyeIAMAr PM Ar 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 925 280 Junction 885 1126 m BM 158 152 Hampton Wilhurst Ub 1152 1158 g 128 Lee City 610 1222 1750I 122 Heltchawa 618 1228 105 City 55 1245 Nos and will close connection 04 Junction with No and for the Lexington and Eastern Railway CONLEY Superintendent genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures cold In one day Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February sub- Ject to change without notice For Jcm MemphisWest 000 M and 614 P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 M and 741 P M Daily Jf3lyr iIi lY mn No1 ArMI NoS Daily L 8 E Clay t i0 O 8 K Trains 3 Htution J R G P A 0 O 8 K Cannel make at K points on M L a 1 1906 A A I L C0Time Trains South 310pocLouisville Frankfort Accom 545 am CtO Lou Express 909 am GO Limited 614 pm Trains North pmLexington pmC01 O Atlantic Ex 741 pm Sunday It N lv 765 Sunday L N ar 721 A V LUTE AGENT l i SOIffllERNRAILAYSHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE FROM i Louisville Danville and- Lexington TO St Louis and The West Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex ington ns follows Leave Lexington 5 45 am Leave Danville 530 a m Leave Louisville U00 a m Arrive St Louis 512 p m Vestibulcd Coaches and Observa tion Gnfo Car Leave Lexington fi00 pm Leave Danville 445 pm pmArrivePulman RecliningChair Most Direct Line to- CHATTANOOGA ATLANTAfKNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and JACKSONVILLE nnd nil points including Ashoville N C nnd tho beau tiful Land of tho Sky and Tox nW CountrySend stamp for Land of tho Sky Booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN D T Lexington Ky H C KING C P T A 111 E Main Lexington Ky J AgtIllKy A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisv C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Loulsv1 G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis