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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ h rf1 11 jt1ti ft i THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND OCIETY NEWS TEKMS 8100 In Advance VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 16J loin NO41 WHITE CANVASS OXFORDS f r Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the Pump and the demand for Pumps grows stronger every day Also Pink Blue and Grey Canvass Blucher Oxfords x White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 t Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 t t R K McCLURE SONz KYtZ f LITTLE JOTTINGS BY THE WAY f While trying to make an initial iirun with the new yacht of Messrs b Chas Whitehead Co on Sat Turdny evening a leak in the gaso line tank was discovered and while remedying tJmntter the r oil was ignited and came near ruining the boat The blaze was with mud Ithextinguished banners which the telephone the city were taken t down on Wednesday by Work house Keeper Emil Haldi Thanks r The alarm from box 87 on Sun r day evening about 780 oclock pilerIn keeping with the former kindly acts of that gentleman with regard to the new capital r building Mr Frank G Stagg has had a solid silver trowel made by r4N A Solbert for use at the laying r the cornerstone today It will bo turned over to the State His torical Society after that Mr Stagg furnished the spado with which the first earth was upturned- f for the foundation t The classic old Mansion House block corner of Main togetheroJwith the storeroom etc next door to their store has been pur chased by Messrs R K McClure r Son from Dr V A Kalton brunt Consideration 27000 I will be converted into a modern r business block with storerooms on the lower floor and oflice room- abover Rev C R Hudson will leave for a European tour about the t 29th of this month He will be 1jraway about three months Ho If t has been given leave of absence by the Christian Church Rev Win Crowe has been given- a leave of absence from the pulpit- of the Southern Presbyterian Church for two months and will utilize the time by traveling in Europe He will sail about July 5th The excursion train to Cincin nation Sunday last was well patronized The travelers arrived homo at 180 Monday morning There will be another of thoseI pleasant excursions to over the F C told Q C rail 241RoundThe Sundayschool of Ascension Episcopal Church hold their annual picnic at Glenwood Park on Tuesday last They went to the grounds on the Traction Co Railway at 945 a in ExJudgo James Hargis now in jail at Jackson charged with the murder of Dr D B Cox has been refused bail by Acting Cir cuit Judge p11G LowisIThe Democratic State Central Committee has called a primary for the nomination of a State ticket to include a U S Senator to bo held at tho same time with the regular State election in No vember Tho Day law forbidding the co education of whites and blacks has been decided Constitutional 1ht provision however forbidding the 25sdeclaredsunconstitutional and void Curtis Jett now under lifo sentence for the murder of Jas B Maroum has made a sweeping confession incrimin lInr1gisof noted nssnssinntionsi And now the latest sensation in Lexington is that the wily red fox Col C J Bronston has been caught and squeezed in a pool room deal to the extent of nearly 30000 Who would have be lieved itIMessrs H M Craik of this city H F Farny of Newport- and Senator J W Newman of appointedI paired They serve without pay They were appointed under nnI act of the last Legislature I1he contract for building the addition to the white city school building was awarded by the TuesdnY1night rooms will bo added The fiscal court on Tuesday granted the Frankfort and Ver sailles Traction Co the franchise to build tho lino over the old Frankfort and Versailles turnpike road Work to at once and to be pushed nlongITime Court of Appeals adjou rue on Wednesday until court it course Monday September 17I Since the appointment of Judge John D Carroll as commissioner tho court has been able to ideas urqably catch up with tho docket Owing to tho disability of Judge Cantril the court had fallen bei hind A large amount of work has boon disposed of iAsbury Spicor another suspect- has confessed his knowledge of the Hargis Callahan conspiracies in Broathitt Dr Weaver Syrup Poritei the Wood CtrWI menU for the life tWIi t I Special SaleBia Rc uctlolls OF Woolen DressGoods Reductions on y sea son ablc Fabrics for 1vt Week OnlyB- EGINNING MONDAYI JUNE 18 All25c Dress Goods 19c All oOc Dress roods 30o 49cIAll U50 Dress Goods U25 Every piece of Goods in our Woolen Dress Goods Department is included in this Sale Nothing is re positively this Week Only ICome Early and get first choice KAGIN ST AT KY GRANITOID SIDEWALK comIpleted nilllI1lhis reminds us that Frankfort lean take tho premium for the extent to which she huts put down these splendid walks She has moro than any city of its size in the country dA MI1JAOULOUS CUKE 1The following by II 1IAdams toad wife Pa interest parent and others A miracu lout unto has taken place in our homo ryasrabout Hitters and concluded to try it Beforo tho second bottle was all taken we noticed fur the Letter and after 7 bottles he was com pletely cured Its the uptodato hloodI medicine rind body building tonic anUecl 50c and 100 at all druggists A SPLENDID APPOINTMENT President Roosevelt on Saturday appointed Judge George Du Relle of Louisville U S District Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky This is one of the best appoint g ON ALL ReadytoWear Suits Woolen Suits at almost HALF PRICE All Linen Suits severely price cut 2500 Eton Suits 1498t2000 Eton Suits12501750 Eton Suits 1150 1250 Linen Suits 1000 White Linen Suits 840tWhite Duck Skirts special values at 125 10 doz White Lawn Vnistsi t1heutifullyue at 100iWhite Lingerie Waists with elegantly embroidered only 150 White Wash Silk Waists neatly trimmed with lace only 275 Cosset Covers made of good only25c sh 5 doz Ladies Muslin Gowns some have yokes made with tucks and embroidery insertion some with lace insertions and edges high or low neck specialfvalue at only 100 Muslin Petticoats only GOc I CR Fl BRON- O 4143 CLAIR ST BRIDGE FRANKFORT statement Henrietta Klectrlc a change taking NVhitP 1050 fronts ments that the President has ever made By his long service as Assistant District Attorney he hud become unusually well quali fied for the place and his splen JudgehusrSUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELF paptoimitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve that are now before the JUbllu prove it sGoodchaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises bulls and tellableSoldCHILD AWFULLY SCALDED On Monday last an infant son of Mr Allie McDonald who lives out in the country overturned a coffee pot throwing the boiling fluid over his chest abdomen and arms inflicting terrible injuries Dr 0 B Demareo was sum moned and did all in his power for the relief of the little sufferer genuineLaxativetho remedy that care n cold In one tay Dr Weaver Treatment Sjrap pniifiet blood Cerao heal akin erapttM j hl i i f KETUCKY S Q RAT DAY 1r t PERSONAL LouisvtllWednesday e Prof H C McKee went to Louisville Wednesday Mr A Julian Chinn has returned from State College washere IllsisCapt M H Insko of Carlisle was in the city this week Mr Henry Wright visited relatives i OfLoulsville this week 1lfr John D Hitfiler visited friends in Danville last week Mr Moritz Busam and wife left Wed nesday for ColoradoRJudge C K Booe and wife went to Louisville Thursday Mrs J X Black visited relatives in Louisville this week MVersaillesspentSunday wenttoMrs Ed Porter Thompson Is visiting relatives at Horse Cave relativesInr MoisMr O C Kenney and children went to Louisville Wednesday ofherMr Hord Brown of New York City was a visitor here this week Mr Win A Bull of Greenville Miss was among the lame Comers Mr Jesse Choate and family of Belle- Vue are guests of relatives here daughterMr W H Kidd wife and daughter went to Louisville on Wednesday Mr Maurice Lee of Crawfordsville Ind is among the HomeComers Mr E M Lambert and wife left Sun day for a visit to Greensboro N C Mr Edwin Froebe of Wasco Oregon 4s the guest of Mr N F Richardson Miss Eva McGrew of Paducah is visit ting Mrs Wm ODonnell Main street CovlngTtonMr Chas Whitehead returned Sunda night from a business trip to Richmond Mr Nat F Richardson of Nashville Tenn was a Home Comer this week Mrs W M Saffell and Miss Todd iSaffell went to Louisville on Wednesday MrYW day CentreUniversitycity Mr R G Higdon and wife left Wet aesday for Owensboro to spend the vaca tion MissAreneweek MartiTennweek Arkunsllsweek Rev T S Tinsley of Loulsvlllo was the guest of Mr 0 C Hazelrigg this week Washingtonweek Miss Aubyn Chinn who has been a student at State College has returned Albert H McClure has returned from a business trip to Eastern Ken r tucky fDr H M Leonard wife and child ore BrunswickX chidrenj Springs tGol Jos R Newton wife and child of HomefI f t l tw Miss Luotta Collier of Milltrsburg was the truest of Mrs John M Jameson this week Miss Louise McAllister of Lexington HnzelrlggthisMr J Edmund Richardson of Wasco Oregon was one of the It Home Comers this week Mrs Guy IJarrott and daughter Mis Cheatham visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr W T Reading and wife returned mCaliforniaMrs Sara Smith and daughter of Utah Ala are visiting relatives on the SidenMr D Meade Woodson of Green River Utah came home this week to attend the ceremonies OregonIsMisS Frances Orr and Mr Edwin Orr are visiting their father Dr J T Orr in Owenton onH Posey Mr Leo A Dudley and wife of Chi cage Ills are guests of Mr Ed B Rod man and wife Mr Thos Rowlings of Wakefleld Neb was the guest of Mr C C Hazel rigg this week texasisScott and wife Mr Lysander Hard and wife of Au rora Ills are visiting his sister Mrs Orlando Brown chtldrefn villa this week Mr Claude Berryman and daughter o relativeshereMrs Ernest Bell of Lexington wai LJonesMr Harry Shaw called to Versailles on Sunday to attend the burial of Mrs Clay Stone AlleeGruvesthe HomeComers FallRiverMrs Dunne Brown Mr Thos B Hutchison of Newport HomeCorners theCourthome at LeitchfieldMRev Dr M B Adams attended a InLouisvilleMrs A D Martin and children have HWaltersrUssLenatines at Georgetown daughteroftie Matthews this week Cityjnear of Elkhorn NewportWat Thistleton this week Mr Clarence T Jones wife and child MondayMr John H Stuart and wife attended StoneInMrs W S Oldham of Richmond is visiting her aunts Misses Lucy and Lou Pattie on Murray street Judge John A Steele of Tuscumbla MrsJohn GratMonday in Fayette county whohasHanley has returned home Mr Jacob Pifer of Denton Lennox DHMrs E Hobbs Taylor and Mrs T MrCbasMrs Joe Grant Green of Louisville MrsJohnMr V H Richardson and wife of L1IIlfB The laying of the Cornerstone of our Grand New Capitol today is an event we are all justly proud of and it will be recorded in the history of our We yardWhite have never been so proud of our line of Lawns and StatelLil1oH Persian Lawn Victoria Lawn 5cIOcEmbroidery and Laces exceptional large line at 5c10e15t 25e per Black Blue and Gray Dress Skirts Specials 1D8 yardtVhite Dress Skirts 148 t48 398 Black Silksthe great Money bak Ladies Misses Boys and Girls Hose lOc 15c 25c 7tsk fol a Free Souvenir of the eornerstone Laying CHAS J WEITZEL NIMrs Mnry Adams Mr Robert Attains guestsofofLoulsllletires here returned home Friday evening Hon W O Davis of Versailles was in theeMrs Corr V VanAndn and son Paul of New York City were guests of her other Mrs George C Draue this week Dr O H Reynolds is in Boston Mass AssoolatlonChrlstlnnsburg roturnedhome WashingtonCity Louisvillethisblr J M Jones and Mr Virgil Jonesof Deputy Ind were called here to attend the burial of Miss Laura Jones on Sunday attendedtheAllensvillo and Hon J A Hamon of Georgetown ofLouisville returned JMMrsBenMiss Cornelia Gordon who has been at schoool at Putnam Hall N Y is at BerryatJudgetandWoshlngtonMr Alex T Lewis who graduated at BuffaloNewwith the Buffalo Forge Works dIstinguishedviolinIst musicalBCapt Pryor and wife Miss Liz ofEastJoe C Hubbard and wife this week AnnieMasonMason and Mr Pollock Paynter attended VirginiaeTexasMrsrs R H Wlghtman of AvalUswere guests of Judge C E Booe this week TRunyanBessie Stabling of Fort Worth Texas MrsAofIrontonvisitedhisWest Side this week Mpscownafter an absence of twentytwo yelars familyloadnow of Louisville Mr John B Vincent and wife of Hutchison Kan Mrs George Martin and Mrs Ross Ashby of Bruceville Ind and Miss Lizzie McEwan of Pitts burg Penn are guests of Mr John R Todd and wife Shelby street Mrs M E Stedman of Alice Texas widow of the late Harmon Stedman of Stedmanville this is visiting her sister Mrs John H Burdin near Forks of Elkhorn Her first visit to her old home since she went to Texas with her husband twentyeight years ago Rev A Paul Bagby and mother Mrs ee F Bagby Sr of Virginia arrived this city Tuesday Mr Bagby goes o Providence Baptist Church Woodlaketo reside His mother will keep house tQrIhim The many friends of these people warmly welcome them book home Mr Geo A Lewis as Grand King of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky Royal Arch Masons left last night for Boston Mass GeneralBdelegationO train Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DlgMU what you tat L itJ REENEIYNEXT WEEKS SPECIALS I 1 Lawns Organdies Mulls Batiste Persian Lawns French Lawns c niIndiaPersian Lawns Vie 2Oo 25e 35o Sheer Batiste warranted to laundry ISo 2Oo2So Mulls and Mercerized Gowns at all prices f SKIRTS ftHig1lotjier new Inaterinls47755OOG5Ot CURTAINS Rufled Swiss Curtains OcGc75ol a pair f Lace Curtainse5Oo7o1 and S and upward Hosiery and Underwear a Specialty cr i F Js 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 impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE andwill out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of 4Weing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without costSSeller Carriage GoI J i VERSAILLES KY H K WARDC M BRowNING President Sec and Treas EXCURSION TO TYRONE The good steamer Falls City will run one of her excellent excursions to Tyrone this afternoon leaving the custom House wharf at 8 oclock Fare for the round- trip only 50 cents She should have a big crowd THE WISDOM OF ANIMALS You can not induce a lower animal to heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves and gets well musthaveYou dont have to starve to rest your uptheyou eat and give it a rest Puts it bank condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by J W Gayle D IW Early Risers The fardrur Utttoplll JGOVERNOR GHOLSON In the long ago Col A Gohlson was a Stat and afterwards moved RichardImay be that he is the son of the State of Washington about whom inquiry is being made afingerscald Be prepared Dr Thomas Eoleo palnqJOHN EDG- EBRICKMASON FRANKFORT ECZ MilkhoagiesFurnace work and repairs Phone C28 33Cm Linen Suits and Skirts 998 for Linen Eton or Coat Suit worth 1000 to 1800 1500 for White Serge Suit worth 2500 I SkirtsNew Effects in Gray Plaids 600 to 1000 500 White Serge or Mohair Skirts worth 600 to 700 100 good quality Linen Fin ish Skirts White Goods 1800 Dotted Swiss Sheer quality small dots worth 25c ICe for Sheer quality Persian Lawn 25c for Sheer quality Persian Lawn in wide 12Uo for Madras for shirts 25c for Madras for shirtings 25o for Sheer Linen Cambric SlOO for9o inch Soft Finish Linen Sheeting RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURC- Rev A B Chlnn rector Sunday June 17 Holy Communion at 8 a m 030 a m Sundayschool a in Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon at 4 p m Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at Ii in and 8 p J- USundaYlchoo1 045 in the chapel Barncn class at 045 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 745 Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 745 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Fathe- Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m rVespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Service ot a m and 780 p m mzof Christian Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m kVlslors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0 A Vaught the pastor will preach at i a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Epworth League at 045 p m i Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p m invited to attend be the fourth and last Quar iEverybody for Church this Conference year a will be celebrated at 1theclose of both morning and evening The pastor insists that every member try to bo present at one or both of these services- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m f CHURCH Rev Henry H Sweets o Louisville will preach at a m and t 780 p Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society at 030 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 780 invited to attend NOTICE 144 IIMPORTANT a guarantee by W McKee Hardie to cure Chicken Cholera Gapes Roup and Lim berneck Price 50 cents No II cur no pay 80Om l Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured rueJ H Walker Sun bury Ohio L W Early Risers I IThofamous little pills the Do Your Summer Shopping at This Store Never in our store history have wo met old Dome Fashion with so delightful an assemblage of summer wearthingdnover were our prices so uniformly low Your little summer need we have attended to by a most careful and intelligent prepara tion High qualities and low prices are the features of our summer toad Lovely Linen Suits and Skirts Beautiful White GoodsPretty Hosiery and Gloves Also Mattings and Rugs Napkins and Towels etc Come and see these things before the lines are brokendont waitcome today You will be well paid for coming Gloves TwoClnsp Lisle Gloves 25c OueCinsp celebrated Formosa double tip Silk Gloves in White Gray Black Green Blue 1 p LETTER LIST Following is n list of advertised letters 1000HAltfnther J W 3 EdgarBrewer Conley Marion Dadesnmn J H Deobard Jns Diamond Basket Co Dorsey Fielder Algin CiGreenlee Miss Mattie Grimes Mrs George Handford Miss Annie Hanshen Mrs John Holder Miss Hattie Isbell Mrs Harriet Jessup C S Johnson P C Johnson Tom King W B Lewis Martha Longmore Mrs M E Matteson J 0 CollegeReynolds LucyScnggs Short John- Shereley Mrs Louis HarrySmith Thomas Geo E LindarTurner W Vencey Miss Llllle Vernon Miss Ruby de Wade Edwin C Zeigler Charles S Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertts- edGEOLBARNESPM Dont thebaby sufferfrom sores or any itching of the skin Deans Ointment gives instant relief cures Perfectly safe fcr children All druggists sell It THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information thettry during the period of low rates pointsyoufew suggestions of best to see InoludingBanffdian RookIes a sea trip from Vic playftoria and Vancouver to the Expusi Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while In Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis youBothBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky CJ4 S x no ABears every how HosieryIFine Lace and Gauze Hose 25cI Fine Lace and Gauze Hose White or Bluck worth 50c only 40c Childrens Black Cat Hose 10e ioc Silk Lisle Hose 25c Isnt it what you PUT IN or FEED to a refrigerator that you should consider The Automaticas wo can prove toyouis the one to buy The exclusive fea tures will appeal to you They save the foodas as well as the ic- eRROGERS SONS 261y FOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not conveni ent to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the samq excel lent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They are made from the same pure Herbs and are a mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Constipation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Billiousness and Malaria they will be found invaluable They are positively the best Liver Regulator known 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 85 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 3 For SaleILots in Frankfort I have caused my land on Arling ton Heights extending from the State Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dels lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on now avenues to be opened as and when the lots shall be sold and I have at my ofllce a plat made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing the location anti dimensions Qf the lots and proposed streets and alleys to which I the attention of those desir ing to purchase lots for residence purposes The Water Co and Gas Co will extend their plains as the lots are sold and sower connection can be readily made The louation of those lots can not be surpassed for healthfulness and the beauty of scenery- I will take pleasure in showing the lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the application872m JOHN B LINDSEY t = OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY fIk WHISKEY d E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietor i Frankfort Kentucky frlj r rifio f i tJt f 1fJA1iyr Bears Mattings and Rugs The Best Values and Prettiest Patterns in Mattings Special value loc Rugs Room Size 1250 for Tapestry Brussell Tugs worth 15 to 18 2000 for Velvet or Axminster Rugs worth 25 Linen Towels Etc 50c special value Silver Bleach ed Table Linen 25c pair Union Linen Muck Towels Mohawk Sheet and Pillow Cases D A 5i TO R S E9 the Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis 8 N O Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives 743 a m Now Orleans Special o102 gNom L resft a m Arrives 453p m Paducah and intermediate ElizabethlownHodgenmeNo Accommodation No Leaves 430 p m Ar ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenville and except on Sundays Stop at nil stations Trains Run Daily SALE Livery and Feetf StaBle WFHEARNE Successor to L F Shelton Ann Street Frankfort Ky New VehiclesINew and late style Rubber and tire Buggies Runabouts Break CllrtsI anil toad Cnrts In stock and for sale at DtHvlJryWnJonVehicles on display at livery barn Ion Ann street and at storage and sales room at Jones Bros old stand between Lewis und Ann BrondwayI tion Invited Prices and 0Horses Horses bought nnd horses for sale at all time Real Estate I have several farms for sale ranging in size from 10 to 400 acres also city lots business houses and residences speClalt1BOTH ft l SOUTHERN RAIL WAY SHORTESTAND ROUTE FROM LouisvilleDanville Lexington TO St Louis and The WestITwo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex ington as follows Leave Lexington 545 a m Leave Danville o0a m Leave Louisville 9 00 a Arrive St Louis 012 pat Vestibuled Coaches and Observation Cafe Car Leave Lexington 500 pm s Leave Danville 445pm Leave Louisville 1015 pm Arrive St Louis 732 am Fultntm Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Direct L the to CHATTANOOGA rAICHARLESTON and- JACKSONVILLE and all Southeastern points includ lag Asheville N C and the beau tiful Laud of time Sky and Tox away Country r Send 2cout stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illus trated literature W G MORGAN D T Lexington Ky H C KING C P T A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J P LOGAN Trv P Agt Ill E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORD entIMo 1 TneFianKforlRounflalMt 1Sntelelat tlic tllro it JWIr Ken twlvyjisM IIiI inailahli nuittrr GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 16 1906 TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Worthy Young Mm Scalded to Death Early Monday morning while Mr Will Mitchell the engineer at the Old Taylor Distillery was at work near the strum pump a Hue collapsed throwing the hot water and steam all over him literally cooking him to death Mr Mitchell was alone at the tinWnnd was not discovered for some time after the accident occurred As soon as the awful discovery was made Mr Mitchell was taken to his home near by and Drs 0 B Demaree Dorsie Roemolo and Coblin were summoned and did everything possible to relieve the sufferings of the young man He lingered until about 12 oclock m when death came to his relief Mr Mitchell was the son of Mr Robt Mitchell aged about 20 years was an industrious upright and honorable young man popu lar with all who knew him The funeral services were con ducted from the family residence on Tuesday by Rev Dr lL B Adams after which the remains were laid away The whole community is filled with sorrow at the death of this worthy young man He was a great favorite on account of his genial and manly character We tender to the terribly bereft family our sincerest sympathy- IMPROVEMENTSr AT THE POSTOFFICE In order to afford better accommodations to the public and avoid the congestion in the crowd at the carriers window at the Postoflice Postmaster Geo L Barnes has had a section of the lock boxes taken out and a door put in against the north wall of the lobby for the use of the clerks carriers and other employes of the office In addition where the door has here tofore been and the adjacent space from the carriers window there are four new windows for the carriers to answer thecalls of the crowds in the evening after the late mails are in and for the Sun day deliveries This is a great improvement over the old situation and Post master Barnes deserves the thanks of the community for his thought fulness and desire to accommo date the public and facilitate the deliveryof mail matter- MISFORTUNES NEVER COME SINGLY In addition to the awful acci dent to Mr Mitchell an account of which is given elsewhere tho Old Taylor Distillery the prop erty of MessrS II Taylor Jr Sons had the misfortune to have the cylinder heal of the en gine to blow out on Monday thus delaying business for quite a num ber of hours Repairs were made and work resumed Monday night as usual Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts EmulsionIsummer as in Send for free SCOTT BOWNE 409415 Pearl Street ChemistsIsoc and ioo all f l iMelltal Strain Affected Gen eral HealthI Doctors sesVeali ened Stomach Dr Miles Ncrvine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room Read the following I have always been healthy with the ex mlatelast illness some ago I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when ne departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nenousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week sifter the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was up about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter hay Ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid- results in a case of paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia b their use I know of a number of others whom your medicine has helped in a large degree I wish you continued success MRS J COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcsi Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FRANKFORT BOY HONORED We learn from a recent copy of The Volante the college paper of the University of South Dakota that Mr J II Julian a former student of the Frankfort High School has been elected editorin chief of that paper Mr Julian has served three years as associate editor and is said to be well fitted for the posi tion Ho will graduate from the University next year He is a son of Rev Paph Julian and wife nee Herndon and is a fine young fellow WORnYWEAnsYOUOU There Is no need worrying along in digestionyouKodolgives that tired stomach a needpd rest but is n corrective of the greatest effi ciency Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healthy again You will worry just In the pro youWorryyour best Worry is to be avoided at all times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by J W Gayle BEAUTIFUL LAGOON Opened the Season of 1900 Sun day May 27 The Lagoon is a firstclass fam ily resort it is the favorite park of the women and children who appreciate the many features fur nished for their comfort and convenience the commodious grounds beautiful walks abun treeslandseats will be provided for all who bring lunch baskets and who de sire to picnic with their families to all of these wo say welcome There will be pleasure swings and other free amusements for the children The management intend that the coming season shall bo tho banner one in the history of this ideal outing place and with this end in view no expense will be spared to make it a grand success CAR SERVICE Special arrangements have been RyCothree minutes from Fountain Square to the Lagoon Many new Summer Cars will bo put on tho Lagoon line and every effort made to give the patrons of this Beautiful Resort good car service The Bathing Bench will bo en larged and more dressing rooms completeGymnasium ered awnings to keep off the sun Pile Club House will be entirely remodeled and renovated and will be uptodate in every respect the spacious varandas dotted with plants and flowers will be just the place to entertain your frJRiuls Special attention given to dinner parties and clubs also Trolley and Auto parties Kitchen in charge of firstclass chef Cuisine unexcelled Music There will be highclass vaude ville in the thuatro which lifts a s of 2f 00 people Boating on the beautiful Jako of 50 acres of pure spring water will be an attractive feature the coming season many now boats and launches have howl ordered ATTRACTIONS AND AMUSE u xrsIA now 7000 merrygoround Circle swing Myth city electric theatre laughing gallery sightseeing auto tours Gypsy camp tun factory aerial slide penny arcade bumps 50 acre lake playgrounds Midway now features novel shows roof garden scenic railway casino Ferris wheel free concerts dancing boating fishing bathing tennis music Alpine slides Refined Club House games pony track carousal hoard walk free shows palmistry kiosk vaudeville double whirl game pavilion steam launches illusions pleasure swings shooting gallery water shows aquatic carnivals sensational free acts FAIR JAPAN Japanese tea garden rice kitchen Japanese games Japanese Geisha girls Japanese Jill Jitsu Instructor Jap children Japanese music Japanese war picures THE LAGOON CO J J WEAVER Genl Mgr A WESTERN WONDER Theres n Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from n weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I withn terrible cough and ConsumptionI began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am com pletely cured Only sure Cough and druggists50co OFFICERS GERMAN BENEVO LENT SOCIETY The German Benevolent Society elected the following officers for the ensuing year on Monday nightPresidentJ F Salchli Vice PresidentJo Gobber Treasurer August Weber Recording SecretaryGus La fontaineFinancial Secretary Jas F SowerDoorkeeperJohn Schweibold Standard Bearer Chas W VoglerTruhteeJ U Kraehenbuhl for one year This society meets every second Monday in each month in Odd Fellows Temple 1 HIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Frankfort Citizen Can Afford to Ignore Danger Signal No1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warts you when the kidneys are sick Well kidneys excrete a clear amber fluid Sick kid neys send out a thin and foamy or n thick red illsmelling urine of sediments and Irregular passage Danger Signal No2 conies from the back Back pains dull and heavy or sharp and acute tell you of sick kidneys dropsydiabetesKidney Pills cure sick kidneys anti cure them permanently Heres Frankfort proof W H Roberts grocer of 830 Todd street says Being in the drug bust ness a good many years and a graduate pharmacist anti my knowledge of med was sufficient to provo that my kidneys were not performing the work which nature Intended they should for I suffered a great deal from a persistent aching pain across the small of my hack and the secretions from the kidneys were highly colored trod so Irregular especially at night that my rest wits greatly dis turbot It was not until some two or three years ago that I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and I sent to a large neighboring city and got a box I gained so much from the use of these Pills that I pronounce them n kidney remedy of unequal merit My last supply was pro cured at J W Gayles drug store and r take a dose of them once in awhile a tonlo for the kidneys A number of friends of mine to whom I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other oas BrABears the Pleasant to t ke Tndo Laxative f LJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring boutatnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table and if used in will IfSickiour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than i any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE ijTobacco Bellows Blowers 1 Hoes Forks Spades r r Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches 1i Scythe Stones Wheelborrows ITarpaulIns Monkey Wrenches fj Pipe Fittings and Wrenches Wt I FRANK G STAGG I Hardware Paints Oils Ettf Value 1TheThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p in and at 0 and p m Leave Paris every hour from a m to 8 p m and 10 and IS p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 7 p in and at 0 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 m to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p in Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 0 and p m E T Phono 010 Home Phone 274 Managerltf t if jI b f rjUfltcondition Tonic blood purifier anf vermifuge They are not food bfi puthorse3 5 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and ILeCompte Gayle KILLTHR COUCHIAND CURE THE LUNCS I WITH New DiscoveryI IIFOR cONSUMPTION 60CS100 Free Price Trial I J Surest and Quickest Cure for all 1THROAT and LUNG TEOUB LES or MONEY BACK WAL1HAM WAf ti S ARECARRIED ALL OVER THENORDtt Cases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver J 1 1i For the Roundabout tJ A STORY FOR BOYSPROC TORS LIGHT Whether John Hnrlnnd cnme to fu his death by nccident or suicide remained a mystery Doubtless in the rein of his despair he failed to notice where his footsteps tended and unguardedly walked t into the swollen stream Or it t may be that he shirked the new trials and ended them forever If this were true it was cowardly in merciesIt and her brood of little ones The tnoighborhood buried him with honors Afterward it settled back V again to the even tenor of its way r ignoring the fact that the family were far more in need of assist once than the dead But such is human nature We give tears underIaffections for the ones about us How then can we censure stran c sympathyMrs and had no plans by which bread could be earned for her children Mary and Hal sobered by the deathof their father forgot to fight and little Blanche almost ceased to play Proctor must put his shoulder to the wheel and assume charge in every detail At night he wept the bitterest tears By day his smile was bright and his affection beautiful IRis fathers brother lived in S 1 Could his pride be humbled and 11 help requested Yes for Bones sake The letter read thus Dear Uncle Sam1 Father is jdead mother ill There are four us beside our baby who is a poorWouldyear nephewPROCTOR I answer came within the fweek It was a little more of kin ftand less than kind 1 Harland I t Your father has been dead to me for 20 years His marriage ended our relationship so his I r children have no claim upon me I Send the cripple child to the Brights Disease DiabetesIil t JUse Dr Shoops Restorative to Cure f the Cause If You Suffer From ft These Symptoms It complaintsRrinor highly colored urine greasy froth or blood in It stringy mucous In urine unusual de elro to urinate pain in passing water pain in the back and over the kidneys hot dry and paintuldullness loss of weight chilly sensa tlons lory general detail Sty irregular II heart disorders of eyesight trouble with bearing waxy skin fever shifting from Your k ono foot toi standingAnmentis often worse thannone Most Kidney medl cInes got their effect from remedies called diuretics These are practically kidney physics otlngas cathartics acton the bowels They excite the kUPuHneys to unusual no Lion they cause over strain These diur etlo remedies are themv selves the frequentcause of serious kidney disease Dont try to onlyharmTower Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid vitalizes the nerves that operate the Kidneys Sold and recommended by 4 ALL DEALERS IEEPING A GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life TIle kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers NI A SELI3ERffi theyJz with any subsequent letters else you may repent it II HARLAND The household was unnerved over the contents ofsuch a cruel letter The children cried but Proctor kept silence A change came over the spirit of his dreams Ho was no longer a boy and with a new grace to his form and an added brightness to his smile he said U Dont cry little mother We will manage some how without his money We know God helps those who help themselves and with Mary and Hal I can lift you Bone and little Sis over the moon if you wanted to go But when alone he was on his knees asking for the help that God alone could give Father used to say that in sorrow or dis ress ever to ask help of strangers neither of relatives but to put all trust in God and I will do it I am determined now to ask Squire Mills what I must try to do Mr Mills had always been a friendof the family so Proctor went to him and laid the case plainly before him The friend said You surely do not intend to take care of the entire family my boy It is a great responsibility Let me give you a piece of advice but of course you can use your own judg ment in accepting it Your mother with the little girls could go to the Widows and Orphans Home I could get them admitted at any time Hal could get ork at Forest Mills and you could take charge of my upper barley bargainSatan to one when he was hungry and lo the sublime answer Man shall not live by bread aloneThen was offered the kingdoms of the world but Jesus said Get thee hence Satan so to Proctor came the temptation to break bonds and go his own way To study the books he had so long wanted to win a name of which his State and country might feel proud But he could never desert the dear ones now They were supportBetterlife than to be guilty of so base ingratitude The battle was fought and Mr Mills knew the answerI keep charge of mother and the children Father would wish it If you hoar of any work youforII Say Proctor replied his boyHowof the Little Burr Field farm Move over there and run it for mo You have the most wonderful oHm your lamp my boy and may yet show me the light in whichmy feet may walk N S COX Juno 4 1906 Y M C A BANQUET The Ladies Committee of the Y M C A will give a banquet in the gymnasium on Tuesday night Juno 10nt 8 oclock Rev Jos M Severance of Georgetown will respond to a toastIt is hoped and believed that all the members will attend f t STAMPING GROUND Mrs Zach Roberts and daugh ter of Owen county are visiting relatives here Miss Annie Hill daughter of Rev G W Hill after undergoing a surgical operation in Covington for throat trouble is with her parents here Wo have had splendid rains and all nature is smiling About all the tobacco plants are set out and there is complaint of a scarcity of themIn about a week the harvesting of wheat rye etc will be in full blast The crop generally is a good on- eMnrriedJune 7 Mr Ed T Oldham and Miss Alma Tucker were married by Rev 0 L Ford The happy pair left for a trip to Marshall Mo Mr Branham who left here in 1847 and who is now 87 years old is one of the Home comers DiedOn Sunday June 10 Mr Marcellus Perry aged 58 years He leaves a widow and three children The interment took place at Georgetown DiedJune 7 Mrs Nannie Lan caster wife of Ellis Lancaster aged 20 years Mrs Lancaster was an estimable lady She was the daughter of Mr John Groves of Clark county The funeral services were conducted by Rev G W Hill assisted by Dr Ford and the interment was in the Ma sonic Cemetery UNO NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY J B Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural free delivery writes My daughter nflllcted 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 Riving tonic pills on earth 25c at all druggists THE UNION STATION The entertainment given by the Kings Daughters on Tuesday night under the above title was a decided success The Opera House was filled until the S R 0 sign was hung out Barring the fact that some of the actors were a little off in their lines everything worked smoothly aid successfully- We are happy in being able to say that a comfortable sum was netted for the benefit of the Hospital Fund LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT = For twenty years W L Rawles of Delis Tenn fought nasal catarrh He wrlttsurrhe swelling and soreness In side my nose was fearful till I begun applying Buoklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence Sue at all drug gists NEAT IMPROVEMENT The JolYors House opposite our office on Main street has heon wonderfully improved in appear ance by being painted mud pen cilled It looks almost liko a new house Wo are glad to know that these clover and warmhearted ladies are very successful in their von ture Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet 5 IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD I wE want to argue the CASE withkl threshing 1 To be successful one must have an equipment that is both labor saving and money making You will find both of these features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a callJCa- pital5 FollndrN MacfineJApr 7lm LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of nil the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin diseases CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor pntient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking regularlya warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25e regular size 75c At all drug gists yr For 33 Years J E MF- LOUR Has been tho best It is better now than ever If you do not use T E 11 try it Every Pound Guaranteed TUB j E111e mm Go Trees Plants Vinos f For the Spring of 1906 tho BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Strawberries Grape Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb As agentsStrawberryplication to MIOSm H F HlLLENMEYEB Your Doclorf OrdersMedicine After a careful diagnosis of the icase He figures on certain re suIts from tIll medicines for 1f which he writes Dont disap point him You can get ex- Y1 pert prescription service he- reDayorNighland chemicals are tho purest ob tamable Our night service is just as competent as our day service and the charges are the same Dont hesitate to ring our night bell no matter what time of night it may bo if you need medicine Jig WIGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky f it a Jh ii- M fc jr MARRIEDPOWERSSMITHIn on Thursday Mr Homer Powers and Miss Annie C Smith both of Bridgeport were married McCURDYMARTIN In thi city on Wednesday Mr S P McCurdy and Miss Dixie Martin were married by Rev C R Hud eon MASONTUCKER Lexing ton Sra on Saturday Mr Silo s B Mason of this county an Miss Rosa Johnston Tucker were married by Rev Thos Tucker I D D of the Episcopal Church Mr Mason is a son of the late Col H P Mason of this county His bride is a daughter of the Hon Harry St George Tucker former member of Congress from the 10th District of Virgini- aJETTHOLLOWELLA n nouncement is mrtde of the ap proaching marriage of Mr W W Jett of this city and M iss Hollpwell of Harrison Ohio Mr Jett is one of our finest young business mon He is tray eling for Messrs E S Hughes t Co of Louisville His brideto be is a handsome and accom plished girl tho laughter of a big lumber dealer The wedding will occur in the i early fall BLAYNEYGRANT In Dan ville on Friday June S Mr J McCluskey Blayney Jr and Mis Eva Grant were married by Rev Dr J McC Blayney Sr assisted by Rev H C Garrison Mr Blayney is the youngest eon of Dr J McCluskey Blayney for so long pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this city and is now a rising young lawyer of St Louis Mo His bride is one of Danvilles sweetest and prettiest girls They will reside in St Louis FISHBACKB 0 W M A R I n Versailles on Tuesday evening at the Methodist Church Mr Geo T Fishback and Miss Elizabeth i Bowmar were married by Rev W F Taylor D D Mr Fishback is the eldest son of Mr Geo M Fishback of Wood ford county and is a hustling young farmer His bride is the daughter of the late Capt Jos M Bowmar and Mrs Charlotte Thornton Bowmar nnd is a pretty cultivated und lovely young girl She is one of They Stand Alone aloneifrank and honest dealing with the sick FavoritePrescription bilitated nervous run down pain r GoldenMedical dyspepsiaaffections whether of the Stomach bowels bladder nasal passages throat bronchia or other mu cous passages also us an effective remedy wateryoraffections medicinesbearsesty in tho full list of ingredients composing It printed in plain EnylMt placesthesoselves and is the best guaranty of their merits They cannot be classed as patent nor secret medicines for they are neither Jmown composition Dr Pierce feels that he can afford to take the aflllcted into his full confidence and lay all the ingredients of his medi cines before them because these- ingredients are such as are endorsed andI most strongly praised by scores of the most eminent medical writers as cures for the diseases for which these medl cines are recommended Therefore the uponYtale easily recognized diseases r A glance at the printed formula on each bottle will show that no alcohol and enterrwholly compounded of glyceric extracts Of the roots of native American forest t ttheeases Dr R V Pierce can be consulted BuffaloIas sacredly confidential It is as easy to be well M Illandtouch more comfortable Constipation is t the cause of many forms t constipationtiles One little Pellet is a gentle laxa itivetwo a mild cathartic fa lclne8 sell them f the sweetest girls of Woodford county She is a cousin of Mrs T B Lewis and of Messrs A A and D M Bowmar editors of th Woodford Sun The bridal presents were numerous beautiful ant costlycon- s sisting of solid silver cut glass laces etc We tender to the young couple our best wishes We have known them both from their childhood- S The digusting discharge from the nos and throat and the foul catarrh breath are quickly dispensed with b Sucdlyptus Thymol Wild Indigo etc hue been incorporated into n snow white cream making n catarrhal balm unex celled Sold by all dealers SUNDAY LAW UPHELD The Court of Appeals Maude down nn opinion just before ad journnient upholding section 1808 Kentucky Statutes which is known as the II Lid Law and decided that each sale of spirits on Sunday is a separate offense 1No Judge McCann will you If your stomach is weak youIfUse Dr Whoops Restorative one month nnd see what it does for you Sold by all dealers FLAKE STAND AND COL WATER TUB FALL The Hake stand and cold water tub at the Old Judge Distillery No 11 fell on Monday evening from having the foundation under- s mined This necessitated the closin down of the distillery a few day in advance of what was intended The mash for the day had heel made but on account of the accident the small grain vas not added and the mash was fed to the cattle in the pens A story was sent out to the papers stating that a big lot of whisky was lost This is a mis take There was no loss of whisky at all annoylnROneflammation out of the throat chest an lungs Sold by J W Gayle PEA RIDGE Mr Orin Clipper has moved into his new house recently erected in Choateville Mr Curtis Moore has returned from Louisvillewhere he has been 1for several weeks Mr Frank Edge is visiting his sister in New Albany Ind Bro Ed Dean of Frankfort will conduct a series of meetings- at Choateville Church commenc ing Sunday and lasting throughout the week Miss Isa Moore was the guest of Miss Edith Edge one evening last weekMr Ferd Jacobs and wife were the guests of Mr Lee Moore andI family last Sunday Mr Elliot Tracy was so unfor tunate as to lose a valuable mare which had her broken one night last weekCMiss Jessie Chambers was the EllysoPetersMiss Lilafred Edge who 1ms been quite ill is able to be with her playmates againISCRIBE Constipation causes headaches nausea palpitationDrastlothe bowels and dont cure Doanu Keg ulets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have inaugurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through leaving Louisville 780 a m 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without oppratosfroetrains from Lexington and Danville SleeperhroughThe Southern Railway is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to ifSwinavHle and 43 miles the short est to St Louis DEATHS eSTOXEIn this county on Saturday Mrs II Clay Stone aged 70 years Burial at Versailles on Sunday afternoon CHISM Suddenly on Tuesday Air Ludy V Chism postmaster at Harvioland aged about 52 years of ureniic poison- e Mr Chisel was in town Mon nighthleaves a wife and two children The funeral and burial took place on Thursday afternoon SANDERS Near Bridgeport on Sunday Mr John Sanders aged 27 years Mr Sanders was a worthy young farmer son of Mr A W Sanders He leaves a young wife and two children besides a large number of relatives to mourn his death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr M B Adams at 10 oclock on Tuesday and the remains were interred in our cem sissyJONESIn Washington Ind DixieDM A Jones of this city aged 51 yearsThe remains were brought to the residence of her brother Mr John L Jones on Saturday night The funeral services were con Vaughteremains were laid away in our cemetery at 9 oclock on Sunday morning GAINESIn this city on Fri day night Mrs Ida B Gaines wife of Mr Carlton F Gaines raged 28 years Mrs Gaines was formerly Miss Ida Oliver daughter of Mrs Sal lie Oliver She was a consistent member of the First Baptist Church conIon Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock by Rev Dr M B Adams and the remains were laid away in our cemeteryTHOMASNear Farmdale on Sunday Mrs 0 H Thomas aged 54 years Mrs Thomas was a worthy up right Christian woman com manding the respect of the com munity She leaves a husband and seven childrenfive sons Gus Floyd Frank Herndon and Leslie and two daughters Mrs Win Minor and Miss Lee Thomas to mourn her untimely death The funeral serivces were held Tuesday afternoon and the interment was in our cemeter- yHOWARDAt his home near the mouth of Elkhorn on Mon day Mr Ben Howard aged 45 yenrsIMr Howard was a devout member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church The funeral services were conducted on Tuesday last jy Rev John A Head and theI remains were laid to rest at Cedar Grove ChurchIMr Howard was the brother ofIMr W Arthur Howard of city Ho leaves a wifevjind two children to mourn his death He was beloved by many friends BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and permanently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Natures Remedy gathered in the Rocky Mountains Pure and simple but sure and certain AotsImagic on the Kidneys CongestionGout Jaundice and Brights Disease Give it a trial and be con vinced Put up in Tea and Tablet packageFor = == = Ii I = I = I egetablcftcparationfor As similating theToodandRe uta ling thaStnmnchs andBowels of PromotesTtsUonCheerful ness andBestGontams I Opmm MorphinG nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC 4r raaranrs1lrmzEflrffa fnrnnRJMlk Sal Anile Setfl JW8i i1T Jfifupr onstipaionWorms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSitnite Signature of iii NEW YO1 K 1111 EXACT COPYQF VlRAEPIS CASTORIAForInfants istiThe Kind You Have Always Bought t Bears the- Signature of I TheI Kind You HaveaY Always Bought T- CASTORIA JUST RECEIVED I Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles- We also liave a large stock of Redwood Weatherboarding the Best Ea- rthHammond 1 Go cizi 25 CINCINNATIyap AND RETURN J F C and Queen Crescent Route l SUNDAY JUNE 24th Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Baseball Reds v Pittsburg s Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions f ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS odoi- r Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure mpar at lab r torroBOD Wlrt 0 VBA 01a fhmt You Eat Mmlnm Si fvrmt Aa a R or a IM Ask for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar I For sale by J W Gayle l NARROW ESCAPE On Monday night as Mrs SaIl io Kompand niece Miss Lena Lewis were coming to the city from the West Side they drove on to the railroad bridge just as the C 0 train from Louisville due to cross the bridge Some gentlemen caught their horse lifted the buggy to side assisting the ladies to jump out of the buggy f r a 2 X on 9 Dyspepsia Cure th mth was one Do11ubottlLld1 fltan mc6sIL- Wi eat The train dashed by just rubbingsltd against tho wheels of the buggy It was a close call and but for tho help of the gentlemen the whole outfit would have been ground up- LaxetsA candy bowel laxative If you have constipation tongueIfIf you have headache sour stomach to risk 5 cents Jon Lax ete See fors yourself Sold byjilljlealere 0 GE US YOUR ORDER FOR BINDER TWINEWR HANDLE THRRR KINDS Standard or Sisal Insect Proof and Ky River Mills Hemp Prices as Low as the Lowest Quality The Best We also handle Indiana Blue Grain Cradles Cradle Fingers Cradle Blades Mowing Blades Machine Oils of all kind P C SONER oc COMain St Hardware Paints and Oils Frankfort Ky f i fThe New Capitol As It Will Appear When Completed I The Old Capitol Building Showing The East Wing r OL CORNERSTONE LAYING handsomeiflayft of the new Capitol building with a smaller cut of the present the old build lag in one corner Below this In Old willIfHome while on the back is the seal of Kentucky and below it the lines deadWhoThis is my ownmy native land e C thinvltationTHE INVITATION Countytand FankfortFt DayFrankfort June the sixteenth Nineteen hundred and six ConcertsXjayingNew Capitol Receptions Reunions THE PROGRAM The following Is the program LAYING CORNERSTONEof NEW CAPITOL AT FRANKFORT JUNE 16 1900 Chief Marshal John W Milam has arranged the formation pt the parade followsParade will form at 1030 as follows Llodman willtr t 1 d form on Clinton street right resting on Ann street Second division under Marshals W S Dehoney Howard Johnson and J M VanDerveer consisting of fraternal orders and citizens on foot will form with right resting on left of first division Third division under Marshals W G Chapman and Gilbert H Mastin consist Ing of carriages and Fire Department Carriages will form on Broadway head resting at gate of old Capitol As carriages are filled they will pass down Boradway to Washington countermarch on Broadway till head rests on Ann street WashingtonParade will move at eleven ocloc going out Ann to Main west on Main to tpingsouth on Bridge to second east on Second CapitalAvenueparade will disband Master of Ceremonies Gen D W Lindsey Gransd MoCluskeyDJayney Muslo MoChesneySecretary Commission Music LindsayMuslo Ceremonial laying of Cornerstone aft BeokhamPlacing Hon E E Hume Mayor of Frankfort KentuckyHomeBrief Addresses by exGovernors Dls tlguished exKentuckians Music Benediction Rev Dr C R Hudson COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION The annual meeting of the County Sundayschool Conven BridgeportFriday A strong program has been pre pared and every effort will be made to make this the best con countyRevwill represent the State work Some of the best local talent will also be utilized gatheringkof the county and every superin tendent should send in his report promptlyEachcounty should appoint one or two dele gates to represent the school officiallyFor additional information address the county president E R Jones Switzer or the county DayFrankfort Pink lips like velvet Rough chapped or cracked lips can be made as soft as velvet by ac bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Soho The effect on the lips or skin of this most ex cellent ointment is always immediate and takedbruises and all skin abrasions It is surely a wonderful and most highly sat isfactory healing ointment In glass Jars at 25o Sold by all dealers OA R =of Tat YIiIwil ll s Btil t w rnOY3iSM can P1AY theGAM II WE WANT boys who can play the game boys who when they play ball hit it hard and get to first the boys who want to succeed and are bound to succeed We need them and we help them We pay them good money They can buy cameras bicycles horses one boy has even bought a house and lot Its U easy money SELLING THE SETU1X4Y MVBNINCPQST And theres more in it than the money we teach boys methods of suc IIfar we teach them how to work their problems teach them salesmanship which is one of the best paid I in the business world Its worth something abilitiesI to be connected with a large successful house II IAndboy can start without its costing him a cent for we furnishIhis first supply of magazines free and the money from these will buy another supply and so on We want to send free an interesting booklet about our boys Get into the game NOW by writing for it The Cotlls Publishing Company 1728 Arch 51 Philadelphia Ft TEACHERS ELECTED FOR ENSUING YEAR The Board of Education held the annual election of teachers at their meeting on Tuesday night The following compose the corps of teachers in the white schools HIGH SCHOOL Principal Geo C Downing Teachers Miss Margaret A Lewis Miss S Wallace Smith Miss Lena M Lynch GRADES Teachers Miss Louise A Wiard Mrs Jennie M Chlnn Miss M Lookett Smith Miss Anna M Sullivan Miss Annie B Hubbard Mrs Lucy B Sargent Mies Prue H Brawner Miss Ella J Stephens Miss Lula M Nelson Miss S Emma Payne Miss Julia W Johnson Miss Marie C MoNamara Miss Rebecca S Johnson Miss Mary L MoEwan Miss HenryMissSUPPLIES Miss Frances Orr Miss Mary L Tobin Miss Margaret Crutcher KINDERGARTEN Miss Margaret J Page Miss Nellie MarshallMUSICAL DIRECTOR Prof Wayland Graham MANUAL TRAINING AND DRAWING Miss Jessie M Cox- COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Miss Frances E Hamilton ENGINEER Samuel Stone JANITOR John W Haydon The corp qf colored teachers was also reelected aa was the janitor ti Jtr Weaver Treatment Sjwp foe the blood i Carat for skis 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Specials Every Saturday f OUT OF THE USUAL RUN We would call attention to the following circular On Sunday afternoon June 24 the officers and members of Lex ington Ledge No1 will conduct the religious services at the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home in the city of Louisville An appropriate and pleasing r song service will be rendered and the address will be made by one of the ministers of Lexington I The children of the Home will I assist with their own songs and Imusic and the sight of hundreds r of these little orphans at their t devotions produces an impression that is not easily forgotteni L The Masonic Widows and Or phans Home in Louisville was the f J orphanshome 41AMOUS REMEDY 1f If cured MY cough with German Bjrnpf He wrote to Dr G G Green fI M An as true as J Jell ou doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever lvc been ffhefpoor consumptive should not bet m experiment as be often U 3 but the moment the disease mania fests its presence he should lie Bo 1 chees German Syrupa pure nonalto- S bolie medicine that is made specially for the cure of consumption and has a wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds croup sore throat fti t All bronchiijaffections in old and yoaql Jit countries r rsfori QTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At Ill druggists throughout the world ax j For sale by J W Gayle t r f KontuckyIthem have ever visited it The Lodges Chapters and Com manderies of Louisville have for years taken Sunday about in con ducting the religious services in the Home Chapel Through the kindness of Brother Isaac A Kelly the Superintendent Lex ington Lodge has been granted this privilege You are therefore requested to accompany the members of Lexington Lodge to Louisville on Sunday June 24th A special round trip rate of 125 will be granted by the C d 0 Railway and the train will leave Lexington at 820 a m reaching Louisville at 11 a m As these services are public the families and friends of our mem bers are cordially invited to go ERRONEOUSIMPRESffiO In cur last weeks issue at the solicitation of a friend we pub lished two sections of the Ken tucky Statutes in regard to school trustees etc It seems that some persons thought that these sections gov erned the Board of Education of this city which is a mistake as they only apply to cities of the first class CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought A Bears the- Signature of LOW RATES TO THE HOMECOMING On account of the Home Coming for Kentuckians Lousville Ky the Southern Railway will sell tickest from all of its stations to Louisville at rate of one first class fare plus twentyfive cents for the round trip on June 11 12 and 18 with return limit of June 28 1906 An extension of this i i J tiJ t r limit may be obtained to leave Louisville not later than thirty days from date of sale by de positing ticket with the joint agent and making payment of fifty cent fee An elaborate programme has been arranged and the occasion will prove an exceedingly interesting one to all Kentuckians A number of special trains have been arranged for from St Louis Kansas City Denver Texas other points in the West Southwest and Southeast and a large number of exKcntuckians will return to their native State to visit old friends and relatives Home- Coming will be held at a number of points throughout the State In order to enable those who de sire to attend these celebrations tickets will be sold from Louis ville to points in Kentucky on Juno 10 17 and 18th to original purchasers of round trip tickets to Louisville account of the Home Coming at rate of one firstclass fare plus twentyfive cents round trip minimum fifty cents with return limit July 28 WOO For schedules and additional information call on any agent of the Southern Railway or C H HUNGERFORD D P A 2844 Fourth Ave Louisville 402t w GENERAL BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION RICHMOND KY On account of the General Asso ciation of Kentucky Baptists the Southern sell excur sion tickets from stations on its lino in Kentucky to Richmond on Juno 24 and 25 with final return limit of July 5 1900 at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip The Southern Rail way has two trains for Rich mond in connection with tho L N Railroad from Versailles It is expected that all of the Baptists delegation will leave Louisville at 850 p m Juno 26 reaching Richmond at 805 p m same date If Tfijaired this train can bo taken at Fourth avenue at 305 p m This party will be joined by Baptists front Shelbyville Law renceburg and other points en I I k r 4 d W1 1 l a An Opportunity to Study- ENGINEERING SUMMER SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS State College of Kentucky Lexington I JAS IC PATTERSON PH D PRESIDENT This summer school is in session from June 11th to August 18th 4 There are no requirements for entrance Courses are adjusted to suit First Pi actical men who wish to obtain some theoretical knowledge To these men the steam and electrical openSecond engineering who wish to take up special work or remove conditions Third Boys who are interested in machinery To these boys the machinery and tools for work in wood and metul will be available They will also be given some ele mentary work in mechanical drawing This course is made as interesting and pleasant as possible For further information apply to F PAUL ANDERSON Dean or J T FAIG Registrar route It is expected that time party will bo sufficiently large BO that arrangements can be made to run coaches through from Louis changeThis305 p m is a daily train Morning train leaves Louisville at 030 a m daily reaching Richmond at 1115a m A number of Baptists from Owensboro and other points in the western part of the State will also join the party leaving Louis ville on the 26th Tickets and additional informa tion can be secured by calling on Mr A R Cook C P and T A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky VtM+ t t u 0 H Hungerford D P A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or any agent of the Southern Rail way 40td Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February 11900 sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 000 A M sad CU P M Daily For Washington Baltimore PbiIa phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk dCJI 2S1yr 1018 AtI and 741 P M