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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c Ii i r y Y 7iI7i r CI ff rT THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT t GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Vitals 100 In Advance if YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 23 1906 NO 42 WHITE CANVASS OXFORDS Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the dayAlsot r r White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 It K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY LlTiLE JOTTINGS BY THE WAY f Mr Geo Sleet a tenant of Mr Colon M Jones shot and killed a crane on Friday which meas ured six feet from tip to tip of its timings and was about seven feet high Things were made lively on the St Clair street bridge on Saturday when a street car a wagon load of cheering children and a hack came together The horses attached to the carriage became alarmed and backed around break ing the tongue of the hack Gon tlemen passing assisted the driver to control the horses and thus prevented further damage The belonged to Mr IJS Gra m and were conveying passen gers from the now Capitol grounds back into the city Things looked decidedly scary for a whiloi i The pickpocket was ably in evidence on Saturday in the big crowd Cube Bul lock Dr J R Mckee Mr Geo P McCann Mr Sudduth r and a number of others whoso names we did not learn wore touched for various sums none i however over 25 In the big crowd it was dead easy for the i lightfingered gentry Another delightful excursion will bo run by the F it C and Q C Railways to Cincinnati to morrow The faro is only 125 for the round trip See ad for pnrtiounrsiThe County Unit Law having become effective the AntiSaloon League are arranging to have an election held to prohibit the sale of liquors in nearly every county ill the State- Harrodsburg went dry last week by a majority of 808 votes f r J Even the colored ward went 00 against whisky justiwas fine It is second to no band in tho State Our big friend Capt John Brady looked too cute with his big bear skin hat on Miss M Willie Ross of Louis ville rendered delightful music on tho violin at the First Baptist Church on Sunday night She held the big audience present in profound attention There was not a single false note in her per formance Wo are glad to bo able to say unit there was but very very lit tle drunkenness evident in the big crowd on Saturday and no disor der It is a thing for congratulation The livery stables wore crowded with horses and vehicles ofall kinds and owing to their careful management every thing went oil smoothly and nicely Henry county hold an election under tho County Unit Local Op tion Law on Saturday last and wont dry 1200 majority IIt will 10 remembered that a recently released convict from Knox county by tho name of General Williams was tried for lunacy in tho county court about two weeks since because ho laid declared ho was going to return homo and kill tho nun who had UsIsent up Williams attempted to carry out his throat on Saturday and succeeded in wounding tho man but was himself and his chum who was with him killed in resisting arrest by the sheriff and posse in Knox county The handromo property known overlookingI agents to a syndicate on Monday for the neat sum of 20000 The purpose of the syndicate is to divide the property into good sized building lots Hon John M Patterson the Governor of Ohio elected last fall died at his home in Milford a suburb of Cincinnati on Mon day last He was an upright honorable Christian gentleman and will be a great loss to his State He was a leading member of the Methodist Church His health had been poor for a long time and it was a great mistake his undertaking the campaign for Governor Tho infamous outrages perpe trated upon the Jews in Russia stillcontinue No wonder that country is in the throes of anarchy and dissolution The curse of an avenging God is surely falling upon Russia for allowing such things Our farmers are complaining of too much rain just as they wore about everything will bo ruined for want of rain about two weeks ago Tho fortysixth star has been added to the field of Old Glorys galaxy of stars President Roose velt has signed the bill admitting Oklahoman und Indian Territory as tho State of Oklahoma Then was great rejoicing when the news was received in those territories The small town of Tyrone An dorson county wont wot on Monday by a vote of 147 to 24 Two big distilleries in tho town and two near by employ about all tho inhabitants of the town A singular thing happened to Mr Jos II Sheets last week He lives in the Benson neighborhood Thirtythree years ago ho was married and that day gave to his wife a heavy gold ring with the inscription on tho inside Too to Sallie Shortly after their mar ring Mrs Sheets was so unfor tunate as to lose the ring She searched everywhere for it with out avail Last week Mr Shoots was doing sonic work near a hen house und saw something shining on tho ground He went and picked it up duct found that it was the ring which his first wife had lost thirtythree years before It was bright and in good condi tionrrhe good woman has been dead ninny years Judge Thos H Pn ynter now Judge of the Court of Appeals and recently elected U S Senator has informed tho Governor that he will resign his position on the Appellate bench August 1st The Governor has announced that Judge J M Lassing of tho Boone Circuit Court will be appointed to serve until another judge can be elected in November This is in accord with the pro gram as announced when Judge Paynter was elected Senator Jesse Turner a colored youth stole a bycicle from Mr Steele Reading and was arrested by Officer II Davis Harrod on Tues 1nrlurnol sold the bike to Mr Gordon the secondhand man and then went to Mr Readings store und paid him a bill for a quarter which ha owed him Chairman John D Griffin has issued a call for a Democratic Mass Meeting to appoint delegates to the Seventh District Democratic Convention to nominate a can didate for Congress The mass meeting will be held at the court house on Tuesday July 10th Mrs Kate W Buckley has sold onehalf of her lot on Ann street to Mr W J Williams tho laundry man consideration 1700 A 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 homo Our child had eczema 5 and was pronounced incurable w bars we rend about Electric Bitters and concluded to try it Before the second bottle was nil taken we noticed a change for the better and after taking 7 bottles he was com pletely cured Its the uptodate blood medicine and body building tonic Guar anteed and 100 at all druggists UPTODATE SERVICE Wo can not too highly com mend tho service rendered by the SuturdayIlnst groundsIand cars run regularly Mr John D Sulleo certainly has proved the right moan in the right place and Frankfort now has a street car service in fart as well as in mutum- eSUPERIORITY PUOVKS 1TSKLF The slncortst tribute that can be paid to is Imitation The many lIheIthe best Ask for DeWitt s Good for burns scalds ehalTed slain eczema totter cuts bruises bolls and piles Highly recommended anti reliable by J Gayle CaSTOaXABears Slgnaturo of A 1 Dr Wearers TreatmentITreppurifies he blood + B e utillil SHIRT WAISTS NEVER BEFORE EQUAL ED IN THIS CITY For Prettiness Artis tic Designs Individu alty of Styles and Rea sonablness of Price has been the Stock we are showing this season t The highest devel opment in the art of Shirt Waist product ion is here representediWhen you see ReadyMade Waists the prices they are fered you will prefer atjbuy them ReadY 4themWe soil White LawnjWaists made of good trimmed for with tWllj Only 75cj1 White Lawn Waists made of Sheer Lawn neatly tucked with embroidered forntrfheso Waists are excellent values at Only X100 Many others in White Lawn at 125 150 175 200 and 250 Imadpretty Lace insertions Only 150 Inll extra good values in Lingerie Waists at 250 to f5 00 White Wash Silk Waists special values at 275 5300 350 to 000 Black Wash Silk Vnists at 800 850 and ilf- 10CIKAQIN I BRO 1 41 St Clair St at Bridge- j a irWEITZELS GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE f I t 6AINSy Our Great Summer Clearance Sale will start SATURDAY JUNE 23D This means a great opporunity for the Cash buyer- to get Seasonable goods at great reductions Every department of our store eonsistingof Dry ootts Notions and Iiea1yto- Wear Garments will be included in this sale Our sales are always attlaclive and big drawing cards as we always give gen uine bargains 1Ve cant qnote prices on everything as our stock is too large and our space hero too small The way to find out is to come to our store and see for yourself Dont let your neighbor get all the good things Of course this sale is for Cash nothing sent on approval and no alterations made in any readymade garment fiOc Wool Dress Goods 39cbO- c 19o 7l oII lillo 900II G90 100 790 125 Silo 150 990 IICorsets Hosiery Laces Underwear and Handkerchiefs Are All Reduced I 500 Dress Skirts 398 6 and Gf 0 Dress Skirts 498 Big Lot of Odds and Ends and Remnants which we will Sell Ridiculous Low Pricesr 1 IA CHARLES J WEITZEL1PERSONAL Mr D L Kennedy spent Sunday in LouisvilleGen Franklin Bell U S A was here Saturday Mrs Geo W Chinn left yesterday for Hertford N C M H Insko of Carlisle wa- sberethleweek t Miss Hazel ORear is visiting friends In Mt Sterling fMrs Lizzie M Walcutt of Lakeland Saturday intMr Robert Moyers of Louisville was in the city on Saturday Mr Roy G Kern of Mt Sterling was 3n the city on Saturday Mr Harry flush and children visited friends here on Saturday Col A H Sinclair of Georgetown was in the city Saturday Hon W L Voris of Henry county was in the city Saturday t Mr Ambrose E Henton of George town was here Saturday Mr Ralph R Wilson left for a trip to Benson Ariz on Tuesday Hon Geo H Alexander of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Capt Robt S Hill of Beattyville was u visitor here this week Mrs Jos L Bohannan visited reIn tires at LaGrange on Sunday Mr Richard Tobin made a business trip to Louisville on Thursday Mrs Geo W Long and daughters ol Louisville were here Saturday Capt Julian Kersey of Louisville Visited relatives here this week Mrs Kenner Taylor and children are Visiting relatives in Henderson Mrs V M Grear nee Epperson nnd daughter visited here this week Capt I T West made a business trip to Eastern Kentucky this week Miss Mary Davis is visiting her aunt Mrs Jane Hard In Versailles Judge E C ORear left Monday for his farm in Montgomery county Hon G W Shadoan of Somerset was the guest of trends here this week Mr Chns F Exum and wife of Lex iugtou spent Saturday in this city Mr Alex T Todd of Louisville was the guest of relatives here this week Mr Harry Graham of Greenville Miss was among the Home Comers Mr Thos H Stagg returned from New York City and Boston on Friday night Mrs Thos H Bradley and son of Lex ington were visitors here on Saturday Mr Mason B Barret and Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here Mrs Sidney A Powell visited relatives at her old home in Muysville this week Miss Virginia Thomas is visiting her aunt Mrs C Grnn Graham in Newport Mr Louis Len of Shelby county was a visitor here nail at Woo lnlw this week Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Florine of Lexington were here Saturday Miss Nora Paynter of Lawrenceburg tvustho guest of Misses Scott Saturday Miss Frances Steele of Midway was 4he guest of Mrs Hiram Berry Saturday Miss Prue Hunt Hodman is visiting Dr Hugh Leavell and wife in Louisville Lt Chris Morrow U A Fort Leav enworth lau was a visitor hero Satur day Mrs Kate Hugh Martin and Mss Sue Gheislin of Louisville were here Satur day Mr J W Cunnlnphnin of Mexico was the guest of Her J O A Vaught Satur tiny t Misses Frenchy mid Nannie Blackley of Pewue Valley are guests of Miss Tissio loge a Miss Lille Benckhart of Lexington was the guest of Mrs A J Lynch this week Mr T B Woodruff and wife of Lex angton were guests of relatives here this t week Hon Luther Willis of Shelbyvllle I the guest of Mr J Gray McLean this Colby H Taylor of Glasgow was the guest of Mrs F G Thompson this Week f 1 Fancy Silks 29c Fancy Silks 3Jo- 7fe Fancy Silks 41lc 100 Fancy Silks fiJc- fiOc Black Silks 39c Black Silks 4 75c Black Silks fUc 7 and 750 Dress Skirts 598 125 Wash Skirt ISo Mayor E E Plume attended the Educa tlonal Conference at Bowling Green this Frank Heeney who has been in an infirmary In Louisville has returned J R McKee nnd daughters Misses Bettie and Agnes were In the city Sat Cornelia Bush is visiting her son Mr Sam Stone Bush at Kenwood Lou Thos A Hall returned Wednesday night from n visit to relatives in Nelson John Parker wife and daughter left Thursday for Cornett Wyoming to Pat H Newman of St Louis Mo visited his family here Saturday and Mary Keith Miles of Lexington visited her parents here Saturday and SundayMr O Brown of Paris Tenn was the guest of Judge J P Hobson G Abbett and daughter Miss Helen were guests of Col Ed E Abbett SaturdayMr Bond of Lawrencnburg was the guest of his aunt Mrs J S Collins Belle Shepard of Coving ton was the gupt of MIss Bertha Scott this week Prof H C McKee attended the Edu cational Convention at Bowling Green this week Mrs M B Delaney of San Antonio Texas was the guest of Mrs V H Jett this week Dr I C Watt of St Louis Mo the guest of his brother Maj E H wnsI this week IUss Cecie Lewis of Owensboro was the guest of her uncle Mr W J Lewis this week Miss Mary Fogg of Mt Sterling was the guest of Miss Hazel ORear the first of the week Gov T T Crittenden of Missouri was the truest of his niece Mrs Eli H Brown ThursdayMrs Newton and daughter of Owenton were guests of Mrs A M For see this week Col Geo H Watson and wife anti Miss Orbison of St Louis Mo were here Saturday Admiral J Crittenden Wntson U S N retired of Louisville was u visitor here Saturday Mrs I T West spent n few days with her sister Mrs Dalton near Alton Anderson county Miss M Willie Ross of Louisville was the guest of the family of Mr W J Scot tow this week Mr Morton L Bailey of Pasadena Cal wus among the HomeComers here this week Miss Bettie Grant of Louisville was the guest of her cousin Miss Annie Hern don this week Mr Carl Quintell of New York was the guest of his son nt Mrs W S John sons this week Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox left Monday to attend the Educational Convention at Bowling Green Maj H S Julian of Kansas City Franklin was a HOllleComerIwas a Ronne Coiner on Saturday He was raised here Mr1 B loge and wife of Summon Vn were guests of their son Mr W H huge this week Mr Warren Tucker and wife of Se dulls Mo were guests of MM Willis Daily this week Mr E D Kemper and wife of Gratz were guests of their daughter Mrs L T lUll ish Saturday Mrs Hannah Long of St Louis Mo7 was the guest of her sister Mrs B G Graham this week Mr J C Hubbard wife and left Thursday for East Bunk W childrenIspend the summer Prof W O Vaught of the of his uncle Rev J O A Vaught Saturday Master Marshall Adams left Saturdays for a visit to his grandparents Mr A K Marshall and wife Mrs S1j Marrs who has been visit ing her son Dr Howard Marrs left Mon day for Vovuy Ind Mrs John Morgan of Lexington was an 100 Black Silks 69c 125 Black Silks 890 135 Black Silks 98c Sago Wah Goods 61fo lOc Wash Goods 7o 1o Wash Goods IOo 16c Wash Goods 123o- 25c Wash Goods 150 Skirt 110 200 Wash Skirt 149 the guest of her brother Judge W C Herndon Saturday Mr Dudley Lindsey of Owensboro visited his Mr John B and wife this weekIMr Allen Bond of Lawrenceburg was here Thursday anti yesterday the guest of Mrs J S Collins Misses Mary Sullivan and Maggie Shee ban of Louisville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr M M Vaught of Hnrro dsburjr was the guest of his brother A Vaught Saturday Col W F Bond of Anderson county was the guest of his daughter Mrs J S Collins this week Mr R W McCray of North Middle town attended the HazelriggBaehford wedding on Thursday Mr Herbert L Boone of the L N R R who has been here for some time left for home Thursday Mr Jos L Watson wife and daughter- of Lexington were guests of Mrs Jennie Cardwell on Wednesday Mr John B Vincent and wife of Kan who have been guests of relatives here have returned home Rev Jas Q Partee of Vandalla Ills was the guest of his parentsMr E T Partee and wife this week Mr George Leavy of Greenville Texas was the guest of his parents Capt Sam Leavy and wife this week Gov Jas B McCreary one of the most popular Governors that Kentucky ever was here on Saturday Mr Richard W Dehoney and wife celebrated their wooden wedding at Y M I Hall on Tuesday night last Mr Orlando B Crittenden of Green yllle Mis visited his mcther Mrs Vir ginia Crlttendeu this week Prof C J Norwood and wife of Lexington were here Saturday the guest of her sister Mrs S W linger Mrs Cornelia Bush nnd Mrs W P Barret who have been in Europe for six months have returned home Miss Luetta Collier of Millersburg who has keen the guest of Miss Martha Jameson has returned home Mr Dorr Mnhnn and wife of Danville were guests of her aunt Mrs W linger Saturday and Sunday Mr Toe B Hutchison and family of Norfolk Vn who were Home Comers have returned home Mrs J O A Vnught and daughter Miss Elizabeth left Monday for a visit to her daughter in Denver Col Mr Walter F Goodwin of St Louis Mo is visiting his parents Mr W G Goodwin and wife Third street Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Glltner visited their sister Mrs N M Crutcher at Duckers this week Master Nevill B Graddy of Versailles is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Mary L Blakemore In this city Master John Scott Grant of St Louis Mo visited his grandparents Maj J Alex Grant and wife this week Miss Pattie Williams entertained on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs L M of Sun Antonio Texas Mr Robert Adams and wife of Kansas City Mo who have been guests of Copt Finnell have returned home IDr John W Gaylo line gone to Ceru Springs to attend the annual Con vention of Pharmacists of the State Mrs Virginia Bennett of EddyvillH who has peen the guest of Mrs L C Norman left Monday for Lexington Mr Roht L Phythian of Indianap olis Ind was the guest of his brother Mr T McClure Phythian this week Mr John P Hanley was called to Lou isville on Monday to attend thu ftineril of his halfbrother Mr T M Skelly Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton Ohio was the guest of his parents Mr John Dryden tend wife this week Mr Jas W Burry and children of Chattanooga Tenn were guests of his mother Mrs Hiram Berry this week Mr Stephen Vaught of Danville was the guest of his parents Rev J O A Vaught and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville was the guest of her parents Mr IV1 Scottow and wife Saturday Sunday Mrs W S Oldham of Richmond who has beets the guest of her stunts Misses Lou und Lucy Pattie has returned home Mrs O M Reynolds and daughters of Tyler Hill Anniston Ala are visiting Mr und Mrs E L Samuel Mrs Reyn olds will be remembered as Miss Lizzie Smith granddaughter of Genl A W Dudley = = tj jJ f Table 49c 75c 50o 100 Embroidery sic Embroidery 61zo lOo Embroidery Embroidery 12ic A few Eton Suits at just half price Spring Jacket or Wrap at half price I l Wash 250 200 300 249 349I at Nellie Mora Wash Skirt Wash Skirt IIHiNc E3 You Can Not Afford To Miss LJ Call and you will be Astonished at the Price of Silks Dress Silks 65c and 60c for 39c India Silk 25c White China Silk 45c Black Taffeta sold many places for 150 and 125 98c = Beautiful Dress Silk in patterns 65O 8 and 11 a suitany of them wxjrth 10 to 15 Dress Goods75c dress Goods for 49c Novelty SUititlgS 150 and 125 for 98c AllWool Serge 50c and 60c 39c Lawns and Muslins 5c 8c 9c and Oc a yard The New Creation in Belts lOc 25c and 50c Muslin and Lace Curtains 25 per cent on this class goodsiRugs Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths 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 impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE arId Ivil1trout wear any factory made job several times over und is sold antler a GUARANTEE that moans SOME THING If you netda vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying We make specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES ICY H K WARD President SWITEH o KIpostIlIInHtlrSwitzer will not be abolished utter June 30 This is us it should be There are too mutiny people in that village time adjacent country who would bo incon venienced e vIm WJSDOM OF ANIMALS You vain 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 have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have to to rest your stomach Kodol for up thu work for your stomachdigest what you eat anti give it a rest Puts it back ill condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Nodal Sold by J W Gayle e a- Ir your stomach is weak If your food distresses you If you are weak and nervous Use Dr Shoops Restorative one month and see what It does for you Sold by all dealers Linen HB Table Linen Table Linen Table Linen t90 l6o Lo 7o12c Any 400 Wash Skirt 500 Wase Skirt 1 of new a starve C M llIWWXrXGIIlips like velvet Rough chapped IPlnl d lips can bit made as soft as 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 Snoops Green Salve takes out complJtely the soreness of outs burns bruises and skin abrasions It Is surely a wonderful and must highly satisfactory heuling ointment In jars at 25o Sold by nil dealers e OA TOR E ABears the gihe 1 Dr weavers Syrup Pntiflea tho blood Cerate ointment for the eHn1 JOHN EDGE BaIcIMAsoNFRANK Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone C28 33Cm r Linen Suits and Skirts 998 for Linen Eton or Coat Suit worth 1000 to 1800 1500 for White Serge Suit worth 2500 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 15o for Sheer quality Persian Lawn 25c for Sheer quality Persian Lawn 46 in wide 12j o for Madras for shirts 25c for Madras for shirtings 2fio for Sheer Linen Cambric 100 for 00 inch SoftFinish Linen Sheeting 1 Roundaboutf I The skies were blue all hearts were true And loyal dames in white attired Perfume of roses tilled the air And nature seemed so fnlrso fair The day prepared to be admired- II The colors red waved overhead Old glory floated far and wide The music in cadence grand Kentuckys children graced the stand i HomeComing gladly typified III Those crowned heads of white and grey Bowed reverentlythe prayer was glad Each voice proclaimed its message sweet The ages ever shall repeat Lifes history so brave so sad IV The trowel silver shining bright Touched mortar to the conscious stone By hand df Governor Beckham He was voiced by roar of musketry And cannons roar of Home Sweet Home V It was nn hour of gracious power Kentuckys greatness set in state Her love her honor filled each heart Her capital a glorious part Of freedoms seal inviolate VI IHlstorio town no longer bound Has risen in her might today From mountain meodowflela and rill Kentuckians are loyal still Forever and for ayeN S COX June 10 1006 Saturday tEVER WATCHFUL Little Care Will Save Frankfort lA Readers Future TroubleI Watch the kidney secretions See that they have the amber hue of health Tho discharge not excessive or infre quentContain no brick dustltke sediment Doans Kidney Pills will do this fort y They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick t 0 H Luokett night clerk at the Hotel Fleming Holmes St says I was troubled for some time with marked symptoms of kidney ailment princi pally in connection with the kidney secretions which at times wero very annoying and distressing I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and so highly t recommended that it was with hopes that they might help me that I went to J W Gayles drug store anti got a box I used as directed and found that they benefited me in every way so much so that I have recommended them to my friends on several occasions and will do so whenever I can You may refer to me at any time as having used Dams Kidney Pills with good results and I hope it may be the means of relieving others who may be suffering from the common complaint kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other FOUTH OF JULY AT LEXINGTON t How aro you going to celebrate the Fourth of July By going to Lexington of course I That is just what they all say Everybody wants to see the big its flight and strive Do Your Summer Shopping at This Store Never in our store history have we met Ud Dome Fashion with so delightful nn assemblage of summer wearthings never wore our prices so uniformly low Your every little summer acedwe have attended to by a most careful and intelligent prepara tion High qualities and low prices arc the features of our summer goods Lovely Linen Snits and Skirts Beautiful White Goods Pretty Hosiery and Gloves Also Mattings and Rugs Napkins and Towel etc Come and see these things before the lines are brokendont wait come today You will be well paid for coming Gloves Two Clasp Lislo Gloves 25c OneClasp celebrated Formosa double tip Silk Gloves in White Gray Black Green Blue for the worlds record for long distance aerial flights At great expense Prof Leslie B Haddock of Haverhill Mass has been engaged to bring his triumph of the air the famous air ship Bullet and in the pres ence of all the spectators he will cause the big machine to rise from the ground to the height of 2000 feet fly over the city of Lexing ton encircle about it return and descend to the starting point guiding and controlling the bird like vehicle at will Prof Haddock is now at Nev Orleans filling an engagement in that city He will leave for Lexington June 27th on a special train carrying himself his assist ants and the big ship This is to give him ample time to prepare everything for tho flight through the air He will show the people of Kentucky that the problem of aerial navigation has been solved He holds the worlds record for 32 miles and will make an effort to lower it here nirshipitselfand most powerful airship ever constructed The silk envelope is 00 feet long and 40 feet in diam eter It has a gas capacity of 20 000 cubic feet The passenger car is 45 feet long and has a carrying capacity of 1500 pounds The motive power is derived from an engine of special design twocylin der fourcycle type hydrocar bonate with tenhorse is built principally of nluminumI and steel 72 minIIa cnn a complete circle within two lengths of the ship itself The machine when ready for flight weighs SOO pounds Most peoplo have read about airships and the wonders they can and have accomplished Here is an opportunity to see one in actual operation and watch its marvelous flight through the air It is the first ever brought to Kentucky and it will be a treat no one cats afford to miss In addition to this big attrac tion which is enough in itself thero will be running races trotting races bicycle races dancing music the latter furnished by a band and orchestra fireworks and numerous features brought together at great expense Tile principal object is to supply the means for a generalcelebration of tho Nations birthday that is out of the ordinary interesting and attractive Tho entire program will bo opened with a monster parade in Hosiery Fine Lace and Gauze Hose 25c Fine Lace and Gauze Hose White or Black worth only 40c Childrens Black Cat Hose lOc loc Silk Lisle Hose 25c 261y which several braids will take part In this parade there will be mer chants and floats of beautiful design civic bodies in line fraternal and the military The parade will furnish many humorous feat ures lulu it will be carried through the streets of the city to the Pair Grounds No one can r fiord to miss this treat Get in the band wagon Amusement Co 115 South Mill Street or John R Press Agent Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrof ula pimples rashes etc nre due to im pure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you clear eyed clear brained clear skinned IA GREAT GATHERING OF SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS Next Friday June 29th at Bridgeport the Sundayschool workers will Rather from all over the county There is yet time for schools to elect delegates and send report if they have not already done so The program will bo on at 94511 in and all aro urged to be present and stay till the close at 4 p State Worker Rev C C Green of Louisville an expert in Sundayschool work will have general charge of the services Look for complete program on another page of this issue of the Round about It is greatly desired that every school in the county be represented at this convention o o a A SI 0 aX ABeara the 50c J THE E H TAYLOR JR L SONS i Frankfort 41It I 4i tIt J1I ir f Mattings and The Best Values and in J value 2oc Rugs Room Size 1250 for Brussell Rugs worth 15 to 18 2000 for Velvet or t Rugs worth 25 Linen Etc j 50c value Silver Bleach ed Table Linen 25c pair Union Linen Huck TowelsMohawk Sheet and Pillow Cases LAW1N SWINGS 1 500 THE VERY BEST R ROGERS SONS manufacturers organizations principal movoILexington Charlesworth OLD TAYLORiPREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY Proprietors Kentucky l14IIoi Rugs Prettiest Patterns Mattings Special Tapestry Axminster Towels special 11AN1EDGentleman or with good reference to IndyI rail or with a rig for a 10721perpaid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address withstamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 42Um For 33 Years J E M FLOURI Has been the best It is better now than ever If- you do not use J E 11 try it Every Pound Guaranteed Tile J E m milling Go- For Sale Lots in Frankfort I have caused my land on Arlington Heights extending from tho State Arsenal lot east to Mr Kid dels lot laid out on tho ground in convenient lots fronting on now avenues to bo opened as and whoa tho lots shall be sold and I have at my ottiue a plot made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing tho location proiI ulto of ing to purchase lots for residence purposes The Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots tare sold and sewer connection can bo readily made The location of thoso lots call not be surpassed for healthfulness and sceneryI in showing tho lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will mako known the application872111 JOHN B LINDSEY prI oj 7501t f STAMPING GROUNDtMiss Beatrice Duvall of Cincinnati visited here last Saturday Mrs Sallie Ann Glass who is 92 years of age attended church on Sunday last She is enjoying remarkably good health ptrsonInIs 93 years old Hon J C C Black of Augusta Ga but formerly of this place was one of the Home Conters He is enjoying line health Mr Henderson Hawkins Mr Thos H PlatsburgMomonies in Louisville last week and after wards visited Rev G W Hill This is dt4tuckyA unfortunate accident caused Mr J S Perry to lose all four flnpersof his left hand On Thursday last his hand was caught in the planing machine at his carpenter shop and the lingers so badly mangled that Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown was forced to amputate them at the nuckles UNO SALE Llvem and Feed Sta- tllWFHEARNE Successor to L F Shclton Ann Street Frankfort Ky New Vehicles New and lath style Rubber and Steel tire Buggies Runabouts Break Carts Delivery1lvagoa5 IonAnnibetweent tion invited Prices and terms the best 1 Horses HorsesjReal Estate I have several farms for sale ranging in IbusiolssBOTH PHONES June 2ly t 4 r TfleFranKortBDimilaDDUt Entered nt the posMtlice at Frankfort Ken tiukynssivinulflass innihibk1 matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 23 1906 CORNERSTONE LAID Tremendous Crowd From All Tarts of the State and t Country Present Saturday last was an ideal day for the ceremonies attendant upon the laying of the cornerstone of the new Capitol Under the direction of Chief Marshal John W Milam the pro Broadwayfistreet at about 1115 oclock a m the formation being delayed on account of the nonarrival of the f trains with distinguished on boardAfter the various bodies ha r x been arranged in order the line o march as given in our last issue was followed terminating at the new Capitol Gen D W Lindsey as proIchorus of 200 voices under upon the I leadership of Mr J S Weathers to sing America The Second Regiment Band led the music and as the beautiful words rang out from the vast crowd it was a scene that stirred the hearts of allAt the conclusion of the song Rev Dr J McC Blayney of Dan ville former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this city and one of the most efficient of the famous citizens committee on the capitol question invoked blessingp Secreritol Commission then delivered a brilliant and able address At the conclusion of this ad- dressi after Dixie by the band Hon William Lindsay exSena tor and exChief Justice of the Court of Appeals now a resident of New York City made an able scholarly and eloquent address Iiworthy of the man and the occa 1sion in which he urged the Kentucky of today to keep high the standard of loyalty libertyloving and lawabiding citizenship At the conclusion of Judge Lindsays oration the cornerstone was laid by Gov J C W Beck ham after a brief and appro priated address he using the sil ver trowel furnished by Mr Frank G StaggDr E Hume Mayor of Frankfort deposited the copper box containing the following articles in the receptical designed itfDocket of the Court of Appeals Official Manual of Kentucky containing list of members of the Legislature that voted for the t Capitol Appropriation l List of attorneys of the Frank fort bar 1900 t List of churches of Frankfort t and their ministers Roster of physicians of JlflIkI for and Franklin county List of city officials of JirallkI Sort Frankfurt Roundabout Kentucky State Jotu- fitdMothers Ear lit MOTHERS WHEN NURSING INFANT IN THE MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE THAT TIMESCOTTS EMULSION SUPPLIES THE STRENGTH AND NOURISHMENT SO NECESSARY FOR THB HEALTH OF BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send for free sample t SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Jearl Street New York and fioo all druggist 1uei JavsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife successfuUytriedders but neverltas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this and in nearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedinSeven years ago my wife commenced having spasms or fits and I called in my paralyzedgave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently some crampIlockedfeno good and ordered bottle of Dr Miles Re muchdbottlesfdose She also thinks ve highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv MrAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Frankfort Evening Call Blue Grass Bugle- Photograph of Gen D W Lind seyPhotograph of Philip Swigert Photograph of Gov Beckham mother and family- Photograph of Eleanor Marion HumeCommittee of Citizens circular on the Capitol question ExGov J Proctor Knotts speech on the Capitol location ExSenator William Lindsays address on the laying of the cor of the City of Frankfort and their officers Officers and Members of Frank fort Lodge No 580 B P 0 Elks Program of the laying of the cornerstoneAnnual report of the Public Schools of Frankfort Roster of the ical Society KylInvitation to the Card Program of the laying of the cornerstone Coin pljinents of Chas J Weitzel Manual of Kentucky 1900 containing list of General Assem bly voting additional appropria ion also list of the judges of the Court of Appeals from 1792 down to present time State officials and the Constitution of Kentucky Copy of the act appropriating 1000000 for the new Capitol Copy of the act changing the actSpeech of Hon H V McChes ney at laying of the cornerstone Photograph of Gov Isaac ShelbyMembership of Hiram Lodge No 4 F and A M of Frankfort Commandery No4 and Knights Templar Officers of the Brotherhood of Trainmen of Lexington Five copies of the I Louisville Times of the period of the extra Legislative Session held to change the site of the Capitol Photograph of Christine Brad ley South who christened the Battleship Kentucky Ton dollar Confederate bill Construction Company letterhead After the cap to the cornerstone had boon duly placed Gay BtockC ham spreading the mortar Ex Gov and Senator Jas B11c1 Creary made a short and eloquent address sungflyfug amid tumultuous applause RevC R Hudson pastor of the Christian Church pronounced the benediction told the tremen dOllS crowd melted away as if by magicAltogether it was a red letter lay for Frankfort and her dear peopleTrue Kentucky hospitality wts extended on all hands Numbers of our good women prepared to entertain five or six times as many people aa came to their homes This last was owing ton great degree to the fact that the exercises lasted until the special train for Louisville which had brought n big crowd was scheduled to leave find the excur sionists could not remain to enjoy the genuine Frankfort hospitality It was a source of great regret that the venerable and beloved exGov P H Leslie who was present could not remain to make even a short address but was called away to attend the closing of the HomeComing exercises inLouisvilleThe at the Elks Home prepared by the ladies committee would have fed five times as many persons as actually attended The crowd present was estimated leaving out home people at from 15000 to 20000 people and was the largest ever present here ex cept on Centennial Day and the inauguration of Gov W 0 Bradley in 1890 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 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a terrible cough and ConsumptlonI began taking Dr Kings New Dlscov 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 druggists60ce DANGEROUSLY SHOT While Mr Clay Smith son of Mr Jas F Smith a city letter carrier was cleaning a pistol on Sunday afternoon it was acci dentally discharged inflicting a dangerous wound in the right side just above the hip bone Drs James and Goodrich were summoned and did all they could for the young man but were unable to locate the ball WORRY WEARS YOU OUT There Is no need worrying along In discomfort because of a disordered diges tion Get a bottle of Kodol for dyspep youKodolgives that tired stomach a needed rest but Is a corrective of the greatest elll clency Kodol relieves indigestion palpitation of the ilatu fence and sour stomach Kodol will healthyI youIarNARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH On Saturday last the two little boys of Mr B Todd Crutcher of this office John and Todd and their little cousin Robert McKinney partook of canned salmon and ice cream at the residence of Mrs M B McKinney in this city and were taken violently ill in a short while Dr Flora Mastin was immediately summoned mind worked with the little fellows for several hours fold firmly relieved them although the little McKinnoy boy and Mr Crutchersyoungestchild- Todd came very near to death Ptomaine poison was ascribed lInstillI Mas tin was on hand quickly with proper remedies all three of the children would have died It was a very narrow escape even then A hacking cough is most annoying Ono Minute Cough Cure draws the flullulIntlon out of the throat chest and lungs Sold by J W Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat i IP1isanttoi I Laxativep NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines 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 Scythes and SnatchesI ki Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil ji Tarpaulins j Monkey Wrenches 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 1 c FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc ir Value JOHN DRISGOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont the JOHN DRISCOLLE216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 in to 7 p in and at n nod p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p in and 10 and 12 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 nt to 7 p in and at 0 and p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a in to 8 p in and at p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 0 a in to 0 p in and at 8 and 10 p in Leave Versailles very hour tram 7 n in to 7 p in and at 0 and 11 p in Er1 Phone 010 Homo Phone 274 Managerltf J d Ill Dr tadys Condition 1owiers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier t AND THE t FOR cOLDS Quality l Kentucky HandMade anfI IImedicine KILL COUCH CURE LUNGS fNewPrice 1 60cS100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for aU THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY DACL j t J k T HAM WATCHES I CARRIED ALL OVER7HE Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in Either Gold Gold Filled or f AMENITIES OF WAR tTHEHoward Henderson D D war sometimes smooths its wrinkled front and becomes amene The soldier stands for a principle a cause and not for a personal animosity He is hostilo to the gun of his antag onist but not to the man behind it At an open e11mp fire of a G A R Post a wounded Confederate present was invited to a seat beside the commander and subsequently ReApondingborn of war the man who shot me hud nothing against me he shot at the South and I chanced to be in the way of his bullet If ho were here I would take him by the hand as a comrade GENERAL GRANT There never was a time when General Grant in battle would not have hewn down with his- saber or trampled with the hoofs of his horse a butternut with arms in his hand but the moment the bugle ceased to bray and the wardrum to throb he was trans formed into a comrade and stooped with lips of mercy to kiss the S chains of his captive How gra cious his bearing toward General r Lee when he had struck down his sword Being told that a popular whenIoffeledItjsaying Your sword first and then your hand he flamed with in dignation and protested that the Jimpertinenco was an old saw tictiori entirely mis apropos to the occasion as Lee had stipulated the retention of his officers sidearms Ho said General Lee wore on the occa Virginialservices in the Mexican War and L had I demanded that wellwon weapon I would have felt like a thief You will do me a favor if you will tell the lecturer that he T could do me no meaner indignity than to persist in that dishonoring statement When ho entered Richmond it Iwas proposed to tender him an lovation which he declined on the ground that it would be humil If You Suffer with Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy Will Bring the Utmost Relief that Medicine Cant rfI relyuponIthcumatismLumbago yearsInlblolineDR3ROOIsjoints into flesh tgaintlmtisI impossible will drive blood tho dtwel11nllwhich swellingtheendorthesut novertails rorInml aches which you snow to bo Rheumatism you who experience 11Inmencss or twinges of pain In dump weather withoutapparenteausojust It li Just tho kind of a remedy 1 recomnen I ALL DEALERS il Jd i4i x KEEPING A GOOD WATCf1 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 standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to I be accurate timekeepers t Iv1 A SIELLI3ERffi Rheumatismf iating to the defeated and inflict an unnecessary woe to war When Andrew Johnson a president by the accident of assassination proposed to arrest Lee and confine him in a casement at Fortress Monroe Grant interposed his protecting sword and exclaimed No Offer him no such insult In his captivity he is as noble as in fight ho was valiant and he shall suffer no shame for ho is my paroled prisoner and I will safeguard him with all the power of the United States Army When I was stationed at Simp son Church Jersey City I found myself the pastor of the generals mother and his sisters Mrs Cor bin and Mrs Cramer They re ceived me with a cheerful wel come It was the generals habit to visit his mother on Sunday andoccasionally ho came to Church Through this relation I bcaeme intimately acquainted with tho nations hero and ho treated me with a quiet gentle courtesy GRANTS LAST DAYS While occupying this position Mrs Grant died Knowing his close attachment for Dr Newman then in New York and the fact that I had been a Confederate soldier I felt doubly embarrassed and desired to relieve the discom fiting situation by modestly retir ing my claims as pastor and sug gesting Dr Newman as the funeral celebrant The moment I indi pated my mind he rejoineduNo I desire that you should officiate and assign to any ministers pres sent their several parts It is your right as my mothers pastor it is my sisters desire and there are public reasons why you should conduct the funeral rites I have only to enjoin that in making your remarks you refrain from appearing to pay my mother honor by referring to any inci dents in my public career Speak of her as she wasa simple unos tentatious Methodist who loved the private walks of life and de sired to live in the shade If I deserve any measure of the merits gratefulis due to my mother and whatever in mo was faulty she would have had otherwise THE DYING MESSAGE- I saw the veteran of an hundred streUll1ingdown tho last filial kis from the stiffen motherIItothis endearing act in sublimer aspect then when his saber flashed timid the sunlight of victory IIrrho bravest are tho tonderost The loving aro tho during Knowing that tho shadows of death wore darkening around him he dictated a letter addressed to his old regiment to bo read at tho first reunion ensuing his decease advising the common soldierhood of America Blue and Gray to forget their battlestrife and bury any lingering hates to live as comrades aunt to unite to endeav or in a fraternity of patriotism to promote the ponce and prosperity of the republic Ho also chose throe Confederate generals to act as pallbearers at his funeral I sawthn survivors of the slain bear time hero to his sopuloher and then a delegation from Robert E Leo Camp of Veterans Richmond L Siite L Jd J1 Virginia hang the richest garland the gardens of the Old Dominion could furnish on his tomb and in tears turn away The nation came to its second birth at the grave of Grant GENERAL LEE And General Lee was a man of like temper His gentleness made him great He never used a scur rilous word and always spoke of the opposing army asI General Grants folks or our friends over the river He was a para gon of politeness Far from being a scented courtier he was a gentle man who observed the silken niceties of gentle life amid the rigors of a camp as well as in the drawing rooms of Richmonds elite A man would as soon have thought of kissing the lips ofa jestinthe chaplains and joined with his private soldiers in their prayer meetings in the woody fane So scrupulous was General LeelJin observing his parole that he de clined every invitation to attend public occasions that had any re politicsDURING TIMES OF TRUCE pendingthe exchange of prisoners friend ships were speedily formed some ofwhich survived the war Papers and merchandise were ex changed coffee was drunk from an improvised lovingcup the same pipe was passed around and Blue and Gray rolled up in the same blanket An hour after these camp symposiums the pick ets were firing or perchance the battle was renewed Various comities occurred When Forrest made his daybreak raid on Memphis General Wash hurne commanding made his flight to Fort Pickering in his night gown A new uniform and the watch of Washburno were cap tured which Forrest afterward re complimentsGeneral turn sent General Forrest a hand some suit of gray This episode gave rise to General Hurlburts bon mot He said I was re moved from Memphis because I couldnot keep Forrest out of West Tennessee General Wash burno was appointed to succeed mo and he could not keep the Confederate swampfox out of his bed room A TRYST KEPT I sent a Mr St John of Cin cinnati north to secure a special exchange for himself on his parole and Master Masons word and he kept his tryst and returned through the intervention of President Lincoln my friend to the Southern linos After the war I preached in Trinity Cincinnati Masonic sermon and related this surprisl1StAnd I am tho man Afterwards at Delhi I became the pastor of St Johns daughter and preached tho funeral sermon of her husband I also met as her pastorMrs lint tie Martin a daughter of Dr AgpntVhileMnl officers to Memphis for ex change wo stopped over night at Canton Miss I bivouaced tho prisoners in the seminary Early next morning my sympathetic attention was directed to a gigtui r l 1 riOk pJY H a ft Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reel IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD wE want to argue the CASE with you and help you make this thresh ing season a success 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 call Capital FoundrgCie GOI pang Apr7lm tic captain who was barefooted His feet were blue with cold I bought for him a pair of No 12 brogans and a pair of yarn socks gratefulOnwart in conversation and found out his parentage Our mothers had been antebellum friends and Mrs Poe had visited our hmo in Kentucky where I met her I need not say that after this I showed the captain every kind attention which he more than re paid by presenting me with a sixtydollar muchneeded over coat such as could not be found with a search warrant in all the ZEKE SPAULDING 1 also recognized in the Caliaba prison Colonel Zeko Spaulding a son of Congressman Spaulding of atIthecalled him to my office and after giving him a playful scare re vealed my identity I pt him on parole made him my guest and soon exchanged him This was bread cast upon the waters and secured my early amnesty purIdcerning the brighter side of war Kindly acts done for ITn prisoners secured me many ionI helium friends and ninny have boon introduced to the lee tare platform of G A R Posts through some prisoner who had passed through my hands BEAUTY FOR ASHES Wo owe it to mankind after two score years of peace to put prejudice and passion aside North and South and present ourselves to history and each to other as wo actually wore If there is dte each to his antagonist trIO justice of candor that the bravo ever ac cord the l rave and wo owe it to an erstwhile alienated people now reunited with a common country institutions and aspirations to retrospect through the sores and scars of a hate that burned itself out with its own heat and serenely make truth the polar star of all the veterans who wore or wor shipped the Blue and the Gray In the fraternity of American soldierhood we are all comrades our swords are thousands our hearts are one Give Beauty for Ashes for from the funeral on which we sacrificed the holocaust as an atonement for the nations com mon crime there has risen a fairer Phoenix of patriotism than the tawny eagle perched on the standard of our fratricidal strife Your Doctor OrdersMedicine After a careful diagnosis of the ease He figures on certain re sults from the medicines for which he writes Dont disap point him You can get ex pert prescription service here DayorNight3and chemicals the the purest ob tninn bIt Our night service is just as competent as our day service faith the charges are the sumac Dont hesitate to ring our night bell no matter what t ne needj JI WI GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann null Broadway Frankfort Ky va MARRIEDu MOREHEAI MITCHELL In this city on Tuesday Mr John B Morehead und Miss Rebecca Mitchell were married ESTESIIUTCHISOXlji Louisville on Monday Mr Alfred X Estes and Miss Antoinette D Hutchison both of this city were married by Rev Mr Wai thorn rector of Christ Churoh DOWNARDCATESIn Louisville Juno 15 Mr Jasper H Downard and Miss Anna Cates were married Mr Downard is the jolly commercial evan gelist for the Louisville Paper Co who is popular with everybody he does lust ness with We wish him and his bonny bride all thats coming to themII Heres look in at yer old bo- yGRAYPILCHERI Birmingham Ala June 10 Mr Robt A Gray and Miss Carmelite Pilcher were married Re Mr Adams of the Episcopal Church Mr Gray is the popular and energetic son of Mr F V Gray and wife of this city and Is at the head of the Greeley Iron and Coal Co Greeley Ala His bride is said to be one of Alabamas finest girls We tender congratulation- sHAZELBIGGI3ASIIFOhDAt the residence of the brides father near Fnrimlnle this county on Thursday Mr W Ruby Hazelrigg and Miss Xelchlnt Bashford were married by Rev J W Carter of Lexington Mr Hazelripg is a hustling young man engaged in the livery business with his father Mr C C Hnzelrigg and Is a clever and popular young fellow His bride is the beautiful and accom plished daughter of Mr Jacob Bashfurd find wife of Fnrmdale She is one of Franklin countys fairest sweetest and most popular girls The wedding was a beautiful one simple quiet and dainty Mr R W McCray was the lest man with Messrs Allen Bashford nnd Minor Reddin as groomsmen Miss Aline Dur ham was maid of honor with Misses Nina Hazelrigg and Ella Durham ag bridesmaidsThe presents were numerous valuable and beautiful A large number of friends and relatives crowded the handsome old home to do honor to the to tender to these deserving young people the heartiest congratu lotions After a short wedding trip the young people will make their home in this city The digusting discharge from the nose and throat and the foul catarrhal breath are quickly dispensed with by using Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Such soothing antiseptic agents as Oil Euca lyptus Thymol Wild Indigo etc have been incorporated into a snow white cream making a catarrhal balm unex celled Sold by all dealers A NEW DEPARTURE The Capital Gas and Electric Light Co give notice in todays paper that they are now prepared to furnish electric lights and power during the day as well ns at night Head the ad It is of vast im portance ae r IMPORTANT NOTICE 144 byfi berneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay JJOOm READ AND YOU WILL LbAKIN That tho loading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice endorse and recommend in tho strongest terms each and every compositiontfor the cure catarrh of stomach liver complaint torpid liver or biliousness chronic bowel affections and all catarrhal diseases of whatever r lon name or nature It Is also a specific remedy for all suchichronlc or long standing eases of catarrhal affec tlons and their resultants as bronchial throat and lung diseases except consump tion accompanied with severe coughs It- is not so good for acute colds and coughs but for lingering or chronic cases it Is t especially eflicaelous in uelng per It fect cures It contains Black Cherrybark- Golden Seal root Bloodroot Stone root Mandrake root and Queens rootall of which are highly as remedies for all the above mentioned affections by such eminent medical writers and teachers as Prof Bartholow of Jefferson Med Col lege Prof Hare of tho Univ of Pa Prof Finley Ellingwood M D of Bennett Med College Chicago Prof John King M late of Cincinnati Prof John M Scudder M D late of Cincin nati Prof Edwin M Hale M D of Hahnemann Med College Chicago and scores of others equally eminent in their practicei is the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that has an- such professional endorsement worth more than any number of ordinary testi monials of its formula posslblorpublished formula will show that Golden Discovery contains no poison I ous or harmful agents and no alcohol chemically pure triplerefined glycerine instead Glycerine Is entirely unobjectionable and besides is a most j useful in In the cure of all stom ach as well as bronchial throat and lung affections There is the highest medical authority for its use in all such cases The a concentrated glyc DlscoverlIIIeric medicinal roots and is safe and reliable f A booklet of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing its ingre dients mailed free on request Address R Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N Y i Y M C A BANQUET Fine Audience and Witty find Appropriate Addresses The third annual banquet of the Y M C A was held in the gymnasium in the Masonic TomI plo on Tuesday night There was a fine attendance of member both senior and junior and of invited guests Rev T F Taliaferro made the invocation A dainty and appetizing lunch was prepared and served by the Ladies Committee of the organization But one or two old held heads found it dillicult to net away with the dainties while the handsome corps of girls were serving it- At the close of the spread Rev Edwin Kagin was called upon to act as toastmaster in the absence of the Rev J M Severance of Georgetown and right well did ho- discharge the duties his remarks being witty and to the point am were highly enjoyed The first speaker was Mr L W Morris and his theme The Purposes and Objects of the Y M C A Ho handled his sub jcet with intelligence and force showing the power of this organization for good and urged enlarged facilities for its work Mr Jas T Buford was the next speaker and handled his theme Our Opportunity with the same skill and energy with which he did his race for county attorney He urged in earnest words the building of suitable quarters for the Association and the estab lishment ofsuch associations throughout the State Mr W C Marshall spoke on The Advantages of the Y M C A to the Young Men and spoke withvigor and logic setting forth the great good that flows from acceptable Y M C A work Mr Geo T Davis responded to the topic Y M C A as a Moral Fact or inthe Communityshow ing the vast need and the undoubted power of such an organization to draw young men away from im proper associations and help them to lead clean and upright lives Mr M R Todd responded to Future of the Y M C A and indulged in some witty remarks as to the other speakers having stolen his thunder He showed how such smaller cities as Georgetown Versailles Paris and Mid way now owned or were erecting their own buildings and urged the vital importance of this Associa tion patting itself into position to do the work of the future by having a building of its own specially adopted for the work He grace fully complimented the ladies for their work dosIingit always is when this brilliant young pracher occupies the plat form His theme was Pico Rela tion of tho Young Man to the Church and the Association He commended in eloquent words the work of the Association and united with the other speakers in urging enlarged facilities for the work His remarks as were those of all the speakers were inter spersed with humorous and telling anecdotes After a rising vote of thanks to the ladies the most successfulof all the banquets given by tho As sociation closed nt11oclock SURVEYORS HERE A detachment of the corps of surveyors for the Frankfort and Shelbyvllle Inter urban Traction Co or more properly tho Louisville and Eastern were in this city Thursday night and Friday morning They are hustling over their work that the construction of the read rimy be commenced They are a lively crew of stalwart young fellows r DEATHSh McCHESNEYIn New Orleans La on Tuesday Mrs Wallace McChesney former resident of this county from the ngeIwell known In the upper edge of this county near to this city on Sunday Jump Mrs Louise Ann Penn aged years ofIRev Dr M B Adams on Monday after noon IF YOU THY HorbIbest on TorpidLiver lulllgllDDizziness and Had Breath we will moneyThey aunt night and feoling1UTry them cents Tea or Tab DrugCoLETTER LIST The following is n list of advertised letters for the week ending June 23 1006 Arnold Charley 2 Bennett W M Bowman Wiley Bran nor Charley Curilson H EddIns Mrs Louis Fields Mrs Carrie Fields 1Goodbreacl Mrs Leona Gray Mrs Maine Herod C C Johnson Vlrple Lnnpford John- Montgonwry A W Offutt Dr John N Pope Rev John A Heed 1 D Roberts Miss Willie Roberts W M Rosario Harretta Fcrojijilns J W Shoots James M 2 Simmons James A Turel Louise Ward Frank- Washington Fannie Watson Miss Bessie Wllllnms Robert Wlllson J W Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised GEO L BARNES P Mt LaxetsA candy bowel laxative constipationIf If you are dizzy bilious sallow If you have headache sour stomach- tc risk 5 cents on Lax ets See for yourself Sold by all dealers PROGRAM COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Franklin County Sundayschool Convention will meet at Bridgeport Fri day June 80 The following is the pro gram FORENOON SESSION OMS Devotional 1000The Meaning and Purpose of this ConventionCounty President 1015 Address The Sundayschools Place and PowerDr J O A Vaught Frnnkfort1OS3AddresfHow to Make the Sun dny school GoHon W J Thomas Shel byville1105Teacher Training Conference led by State Worker Rev C C Green Louisville 1 How to Organize and Maintain Classes 2 A Sample Training Lesson 200Noon intermission AFTERNOON SESSION 15County Secretarys ReportShow ing on Map Chart or Blackboard 1 Number and location of Sunday schools 2 Enrollment compared with 1 Last 2 Chihfren of school age 8 Population Church membership 5 Churches without Sundayschools 30 Discussion Home Department in Every Sunday sohool How Why Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox Frankfort A5 What tho Parents Can Do to Im prove SundllyschoolDr U V Wil llama Frankfort 200The Sundny school as an Evangelistic Agency Rev Win Crowe Frank fort 215Offering 2301ho Value of tho Sundayschool to the Church and Community W G Simpson Frankfort 245 Address Building of the Temple of the Soul Rev C n Hudson Frank fortS 05lh Teacher and ills Work Rev J M Taylor Switze- r330how to Improve tho Sunday school State Worker Rev C C Green Teachers Meeting 2 Grading 8J Library The Organized Class 5 The Messengers Service 0 Tho Recitation 7 Lesson Preparation 8 The Sundayschool and Missions 9 The Sunday school and Temperance 00 Ad journment Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain or burn or scald in live minutes hoarseness one hour muscelaohe two hours sore throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclectrio 011 monarch ovor pain ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have for sale 20 stands of Italian Bees Apply on the premises MISS WILLANNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn Ky2tf JI J I04 f itO VJd TIio Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been jin use for over 30 years has borne tIle signatnre of and has his sonal since its pcrlone to deceive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt JUST RE5aEIvEi Another Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles- We also have a large stock of Redwood Weatherboarding the Best on Ea- rthHammond Go 1Z5 IJANDF C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday June 24th Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Base bill Reds v Pittsburg Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions + ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS To the Public and the Patrons of the Capital Gas Electric Light Co Ihe Electric Current 104 volt is now in operation from 6 m till 12 p m every day and the charges for same will he by meter beginning July 1st 1906 upon the following schedule 20 cents per 1000 Watts Lccs 20 per cent on 6000 to 30000 Watts equal to ICc per 1000 W L Less 80 per cent on 3000 to 60000 Watts equal to He per 1000 W Less 40 per cent on to 90000 Watts equal to iLo per 1000 W Less 50 per cent on 0000 to 120000 Watts equal to lOc per 1000 W Less per cent on 120000 nnd over Watts equal to 8c per 1000 WJThe above schedule is to encourage the sale of electric current pay ment of electric bills on or before tho 10th of each month following the consumption Respectfully yours P AUSTIN General Manager U S CIVIL SERVICE EXAM IN ATIONS A competitive examination under the rules of tile U S Civil Service Commission for the posi tion of clerk messenger store keeperganger in tho Fifth or Sev enth Internal Revenue District of Kentucky tt ill bo held on the 5th day of September 1000 com mencing at 9 oclock a m Applications for this examina tion must be made on the pro scribed form which with neces sary instructions may bo obtained from the commissions local rep resentative at the Frankfort Ky postoffice or from the under signed rz been made under supervision Allow 110 you Pare cycles Applications will not be ac cepted unless received by the undersigned before 480 oclock p m on August 1 1900 All persons wishing to take this exam ination should secure blanks andmfill them out at once in order to allow tulle for any necessary cor rectlousAC W MOSS Secretary Board of Examiners Postoilice Cincinnati 6 All applicants for this tion must specify in exnminnJcations the internal trict in which sired td d arm Early Risers TIle IMMIM Uttto pINt jrjuott t l fiT rt r I GIVE US YOUR ORDER T FOR BINDER TWINEi WE HANDLE THREE 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 kindP P C OWER COMain St Hardware Paints and Oils Frankfort Ky PERSONALS Continued n Mr W U Scott of Paris wns the CHazelrlggMr A J Pidgeon of the Arizona D velopment Co Jienson Ariz was guest of Mr liulph H Wilson on Me day anddaughterof her parents Gen D W Lindsey and wife ClnDayguests of Mrs L A Xhoimts Sr Sat urday Hon J C C Black of Augusta Gn HelenMuClureant call MissJessieTBurgessKnnsasCityvisit of two weeks to her former home in this city CitMoModayMiss Birdie Sears of Orlando FIn and Mr W G Wylio of St Louis Mo onSaturcJllY NnshvlliTenuIn this city next week to visit old friends and scenes XewAIluny returnedMr Prentiss OKear of Mt Sterling parentsJudgeturned home dnuHhtersWasingtonMr Reuben Shryock who left hero 30 years ago to reside in Missouri visited relatives and friends near this the past ten dllYIiIthePlerctwits a Home Comer he having been away 22 years daughterChattanoogaguests of Dr J W Gayle and wife have zetumed home Col Nicholas Casey and daughter Co1CaseyCapital Hotel Mr John B Lindsey Jr of Alabama vrhn was the guest of his parents Mr J returniMrs n II Wightnmn of Illinois and wlhavereturned home Miss Louise Van Winkle of Danville MrAs returned home VcrJparents Mr S 1 Pence and wife have returned home undIHomoComers and guests of Mr Jol K Miles cult wife KxGov Pivston II Leslie of lfoittn- uh was mi honored Iiontu Conner on Sit urday Ho served as Governor of Ken tacky fur live years Indlanmpoliladwas tho guest of his sisters Misses Mary and Margurot Paget Hev Kdwln Kagin of Louisville t e visited relatives hero this wick He is MemolilllifwifePorthmoutli wlflWestwifeOweusboroparents Mr B Lindsay anti wife re turned homo Monday a Mr Thos J Johnson of West Point llIssltll1ryHNudersonki of St Joo Mo was u HomoComer to Woodford IIWhO JIj rtl county was the guest of Mr John E Miles and wife Thursday twitsDtargnntleld of of JuniperHill Diiess Hnon Saturday RaileyMrsgores A Lewis of Versailles attended the ceremonies on Saturday PtJtersbur MrEarl inupast year are at home with their parents Mr Z J Montgomery and wife childrenAbeen of Berr y at Juniper Hill have returned home TexasIs UAcountyy Cltny sistNlawSaturday friendMrwas among the HomeComers and to thebees WKempermtteudnnofmade us a pleasant cull PDXorth1lhhlletownHllzelrlggDushfordwedding The HazelriggBashford wedding party thebridesWednesdayeveningcourse dinner was served and every one present enjoyed every moment of their stay rLONG TENNESSEE FIGHT ofDehswrites Time swelling nod soreness side my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to t sore surface this caused the soreness at welling to disappear never to return Best salve In existence 25c at all drug gists tJlIOF- FlL1SS DEFI A short horse magistrate in by the name of Hoflman has announced that ho proposes to arrest and tine people according to his own sweet will in that city including choir singers organls s preachers etc for discharging their duties on Sunday Which is to say th he wants to make the Sunday law reItching piles provoko profanity iii profanity wont euro thorn Deans Oint II1otrl1l1Ingdrug store uiCLI11A1IC CURES tiIho influence of climatic con consutnptitis portalIeproper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman 11IoiII1ngIs uabsenceReslessto to coughing tho greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can wo taldngGornuUllady Should you be able to go warmer clinic you will lint of tho thousands of cousumpt there tho fort who are benefited trod regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottlo 25c regular size ion At all druggists y r I l RELIGIOUS CHURCHRevSunday June 21 980 a m Sundayschool SermonLWednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p m Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at a m and 8 p Sundnysohool at 045 in the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p chapelPrayermeetmg on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free RHudsonand 746 p ni SabbathInschool at U80 a m in the chapel at7aJVPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 7 in the chapel TuesdayonEverybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 78U a m High Muss at 10 a Sundayschool at 2 Vespers at 7110 p 111IFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH lCCentralmumoPmYounJ of Christian Endeavor at 1180 p in Prayermtoting Wednesday evening nt 7 p 1Ylslorll cordially welcomed 0ayat a in and 745 p m mEpworth m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 745 Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTERIANHewill preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m uiil730 oclock Everybody invited to attend ST JOHNS IS THE WILDERNESS Rev A B China will conduct services afterleCHIPLLSundayschool noon ut 3 oclockIDID YOU KNOW atFuthur Williams Indian leaharbored in tho Hooky Mountains 1NUtttheicrobesBronchitisCoughsTo all suiloiers of these troubles wo recommend it believing a course of Father ItlliI resultsthan salebyFRANKFORT BOYS GRADUATE IeHobson tllhcsrejoice to hear of their success e exerciseto fsgriping Ask your druggist fur them 5c Ir Weaver Treatment l Syjjupjte ton blood il erstti fur ttta eroptfon rj By ptrmlsrian of ycCiures ABRAHAM LINCOLN THE HOUSE IN WHICH ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAS BORN DoWltts Llttlo Early Risers The famous little p- illsiTkNG Againis Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds PJ of other weak women are being restored perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take it Indigestioncausei nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate all of the whole food that maybe eaten It nourishes e body and rebuilds the weak organs health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat holdaffttmu trial or cent she l to LabIFriptrsl at the oratory EODsWltt 4 C USA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLEI genulnoI PRESSTHI DUTTON ttlliinll The PerfectStflilhng cloggingor asinin Sub ittouchestho I Eagle Flash Pp goldpenrubber and guaranteed Eagle Flush No 25 250Emglo IteiJblnljtj 400 300 Stationer Other bedoesntFountain Pens then the retail price direct to gustanteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York a 1 ii r GrutGher Sinpson- pecia1 OfferION MENS AND YOUNG MENS HIGH CLASS ALL WOOL HAND TAILORED SUITS JUST WHEN YOU NEED THEM 300 Outing Suits Coats and pantslOOOand 1200 suits 750 1500 1800 and 2000 suits 1250 J 300 Mixed SuitsjGoats vests and pants1000and 1200 suits 750 1500 and 1800 suits 1250 200 Black Worsteds and Blue Serge Suits 1000 and 1200 suits for 750 1500 and 1800 suits for 1250 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 WINDOW CRUTCHER SIMPSON H MAIN STREET Watch Our Specials Every Saturday SAN FRANCISCOS SCHOOL SITUATION Thirtyfour schools were burned the earthquake of April IS 1906 As a consequence more than four hundred teachers and twenty thousand children have no class rooms The great destruction of prop erty the extraordinary demands everydirectionindividuals and officials in their special interests leave tho school authorities confronted with the prospect of interminable delay in the erection of new buildings unless outside aid is secured The following telegram was re ceived while the great fire was raging and the offer therein was gratefully accepte- dINDIGESTIONS RECORD lI1he best I cau prescribe for your la digestion madam is Greens August flower I know several other pujaiviuua who prescribe it regularly qIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat Ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QYou read in the papers daily of appar even men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of their dying in many cases before a physician could be qTbis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attack of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures JAugust Flower prevents indigestion by regulatethewayqTwo r For sale by J W Gayle 1ii I r II Galveston Texas April 20 1906 A Roncovieri Supt Public Schools San Francisco Gal Galveston public schools were re built and maintained after the great storm of 1900 by voluntary contributions from the school StatesIVill publicILOVBNBEHGI Many other generous subscrip tions have peen received and in order that this movement may become known the Mayor the Board of Education and Superin tendent of Schools have been con stituted a committee to be called the School Reconstruction Com mittee empowered to receive such subscriptions as may be tendered for the purpose of rebuilding our destroyed schools For the present schools are being conducted in tents furnished by the U S military authorities in Golden Gate Park Soldiers serve as truant oJlicers a drill sergeant puts the boys through fipttingup exercises Stow lake furnishes opportunity for swimming lessons so that the boys and girls are enjoying the summer session hut tho cold winds of the winter season and the driving ruins will transform this enjoy ment to misery Temporary structures must ho utilized but the great need is expedition in the erection of oui ermanont school houses The lirst cash contribution dune from tho boys and girls of Broken Arrow Creek Nation Indian Ter ritorya beautiful illustration of the kinship of the peoples of our beloved country Portland Oregon has sent us word that her citizens will build for us a school building to he named the Portland School Sun Francisco is a cosmopolitan nppreciutedbeyond thousands of tourists who have learned to love our beautiful city foL J by the Golden Gate through n brief sojourn in our midst The world therefore has an interest in us to an unusual extent and we confidently await the assist ance wo so sorely need These are the facts Thirtyfour buildings destroyed General impairment of finances 0000000 needed to rebuild schoolhousesMore 400 teachers without employmentOver children without school accommodation The School Reconstruction Committee stands ready to supply printed matter plans for raising funds in schools cities counties or States will furnish literary articles for educational publications and assist in every way the general movement to rebuild San Franciscos schoolhouses Tho School Reconstruction Com mittee has its headquarters in the Emerson School Building Pino and Scott streets San Francisco where communications should bo addressed Each land ono into whose hands this appeal play come is asked to further this movement by all means in his power EUGENE E SCHMIDTMayor AARON ALTMANN PrEs Board of Ideation ALRKED ISuptFinance Committee of School Re construction Committee Emerson School Building San Francisco Cal NEW UUHK FOll EPILEPSY J B Waterman of Wnturtown 0 liural freo delivery writes My daugh ter atllluted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings Now Life Pills Shu yellrsBestpills on earth 25c at all druggists LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amino stock C M NRIDGEFOIU Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tfDrTveaveraSyrup and Cerate 8nct Mf nl treatment for blood md ekla dlttMO wljr 4C i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 20 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 DailyEx IPM Daily No A Leave MIs 1 205 745 0 Lexington o 605 810 825 Winchester 520 325 L is E Junction 508100 013 Clay City n 837 484 410 923 Stanton 828 425 440 950 Campton Junction 803 357 445 954 Natural Bridge 801 855 457 1008 Torrent 747 342 518 1029 Beattyville Junction 720 829 545 1059 Atliol 263 005 1120 O K unction 290 610 1180 Jackson 225 on the O JK Ry JR A OHIO AND Mis INbst IIBttlo II LI lOl0I 029I SundayTrains BcattyvnfoRndSCOTTGeneralKENTUCKY RAILWAY INo No8t Mls M Lye P M Lye AMAr PM Arl J1o1I5 280 08 K Junction 885 1120 848I 158 Wilhurwt 417 1152 152 Hampton 480 1158 IS 128 Leo Clt 510 1222 13I 74lI 122 Hetvchiiwu 518 1228 105 Cannel City 545 1245 Nol and make closo connection at O K Ju ction with Nos it and for rpoints on tho LoxIii ton end EiiHtern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent r CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8lgnaturo of Stations will Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in cllcct February 11000 sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West nnd Southwest UfU A M and UU P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 AM nnd 7411 M Daily 23lyr l i till No1 DailyEx 1ArI No DailyEx AM 3600TO r Denver Colorado Springs and- Pueblo And Return From LouisvilleVIA Henderson Route Correspondingly low rates to all other Summer Resorts Ask for Information AgtL J Louisville Kyl At j r i