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P i ti J ri TJn r + THE FRANKFORT RoUNDABouT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1i is 100 In Advance VOLt XXIXtFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 3J 1906 No L WHITE CANVASS H OXFORDS 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 If White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 i Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 it R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY u 1Forthe Roundabout FOR BOYSPROC TORS LIGHT If ftifrheyalso servo who only stand and wait MILTON boyIton for support it wrts weary the wait ing weary J Mr Martin gave notice to va cate The farm had been mort gaged and no power on earth could lift tho debt Possossion must be given July tho first It was now trngedyiwore at supper Hal said Fathers been dead a whole month Whats going to become av us Im tired wuitin fur some thin tel happen an think Ill skip ther country His mother cried over tim baby in her arms Proctor answered 1the questioning complaint The cowards run oil Hal r You have to stay and help build a little home to put mother und W the children in when we move away from this Help mo to pray 11i Xthat God will think of usl There was a knock on the door and Mr Mills entered Ho apologized for the intrusion and made his business known t I am a goin1 to make yqu a real oller Pro ho said Bas trop is tired und tho Little Burr ri Field farm is without a keeper You and your family may move I there next week A wagon will be sent to move you and any assistance in a money way will be at your service What say you Proctors heart was too full for utterance Ho simply responded heurttiyou with tho baby still in arms What could she say in her igno rance Only a thank you with- tears and back to her chair and jtsilenco Her weeping upset r Blanch She looked into the face of the stranger and exclaimed Bad mans mate mudder cry Mo runned do mans awa Dood mv patting her cheekand k g the pink fingers of the X e ling child No sissy no said Mary IWo are all a goin where apples an peaches grow an you can ride a shore putty horse Mr Mills smiled at the picture and said good bye The will of tho Lord was done In the course of two weeks every thing was in readiness to move just across fences to the Little Burr Pasture Farm with its meadows of bluegrass its red barn and cowlots trees birds and home No rent had be paid and a living could be made out of mother earth So it was with a tender thankfulness of heart that Proctor threw oil his coat and wont to work in dead earnest Mrs liar lund gave her time to grieving over tho past but tho othersfull- of newborn hopes laughed and enjoyed the novelty of life To Hal this work from morn till noon from noon to night was notof his wn especial choosing for playing on the hay was hotter than hauling it in but Pro was at the holm and when he said ready there was no going hack after Proctor called Mary much profaned playing with Blanch to washing dishes feeding chickens churning and other housework but she too had faith in hor big brother and grew to love to follow tho light that his presence always gave The angels who are sent to guido us must have known tho blessings which wore to follow in the life of tho deformed child the lossons to bo taught tho lesson of meek honutiIfuIof sunshine his smilo was as a dream of hoavon None of children savo Proctor saw changes in the poor bereaved thoI mother She found no in tho new homo She could feel no happiness in the new surroundings and so it was that lost hopo she lost the capacity toI exist and gave herself up to Pro she said at time last Youve boon a good child to moI Wove novel needed anything since father died but that you tried to got it I am gumaway Proctor an lIon ve tho children with you Promise me novor tor leave Bono God keep you all With hand in hor own he gave her the promise and sitting with Bone in his arms and Bobbing round him he watched the approach of the angel who bringeth peace and rest The woman smiled she looked hor last upon the helpless infant and drifted out into the sunshine of His presencethe Father who givoth his beloved sleep How much they missed her and the baby could find no sympathy that which his big brother singing him to sleep every teI and folding him in the arms great love It was only in tho quiot of shadows after the others were tucked into bed that the boy wondered His thoughts were long thoughts They were regis tered only on tho tablet of his groat grief He wept silently Not alone over the less of his mother who was herself only a child dependent on him but that the one dream of his boyhood should now be lost forever He could put aside his own feelings but what of hor the sweetheart of his child years the most precious treisuro of the present Could she bo sacrificed Time prayer heard at tho throne of Grace was ItIscunusness ofchlty done two must go tho way of life sep arate und apart It was destiny Eight years rolled round Years freighted with many changes and blessings to the Harland children Mary married Ben Mills tho son of thoir generous benefactor nowIinto a fine personality Sho wished to take her brothers with her but met a steady refusal Little Blanch had grown to be a patient sweettempered girl and throw her arms about hor brothers neck when she loft them It was indeed a sad parting One by ono tho chains wore being broken and ono day Hal determined to go away A fine position was Proctorwore sitting on the porch and Hal could not see the whitening lips nor blanched cheeks of his brother who replied to tho question Caro much God knows you have beon ovrey thing to me since mother died and more since tho girls loft me but it is your good that is to be considered In this case it is right to go But I hate to go Pro It looks sneak ling in my going off und leaving to take care of Bone He has been a great care to you Proctor You would have brIm a famous man with that pencil of yours if youbeliovehim to your care As sane as either ofus my brother but let us not talk of this Hal If ou are to go the preparations niust be made and some day you will come hack and take care of us boyIt that Hal went his way Looking back rockinginsweet peace on his face It mule tho boy weep heartbroken ly as he registered vow to be true to this brother who hud been so faithful to the living so just to the wishes of the dead Alone are we Bene Will you too go away and for answer the child crept closer to his loving breast It was only a few months after Hal left that Beno died He seemed glad to go At last he said Bene lonesome Bene so awnyinsutIeringI life old in loins daily the will of God His influence has been of untold blessinsg to those with whom he came in touch He lives alone in the flowerembowered cottage he loves so well His books his employmentHis is burningThis is a true story of an old old friend N S COX A MIRACULOUS CURE Tho following statement by H M Adams and wife Henrietta Pa will Interest parent and others A miracu lous cure has taken place in our home Our child had eczema 5 years and was pronounced Incurable wo read about Electric Bitters and concluded to nilInnteed rued Mlle at all druggists IMPROVEMENT RAPIDLY APPROACHING COMPLETION The improvments being made at Jeflers Bros Livery Stable East Main street are noaring completion They will have a number one stable then SUPERIORITY PROVES ITSELF palltoimitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo that are now before the prove it sIchatted skin eoiema fetter cuts bruises bolls and piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by J Gnyl- eBROKE GROUND Mr Thos E Kenney has broken ground for his new residence on Steele street next door to the homo of Mrs C C Newton It will be a handsome twostory frame dwelling Work will be pushed rapidly so that it will be ready for occupancy in tho early fall DISTILLERIES CLOSED FOR SEASON Time Goo Baker Distillery No 88 closed down on tho 18th of this month limo Old Taylor Distil lery No 5H of E H Taylor Jr Sons closed down this week Thero is not now a distillery in operation in tho district so far as wo are informed If you havent tho time to exercise Bonns will nt Ihellthrulgriping Ask your druGGist for then betk fBIi I SHIRTWAISTS NEVER BEFORE EQUAL ED IN THIS CITY For Prettiness Artis tic Designs Individu altyof Styles and Kea sonablness of Price has been the Stock we are showing this season The highest development in the art of Shirt Yaist product ion is here represented Vhen you see these ReadyMade Waists at the prices they are of fered you will prefer to buy them ReadyMade instead of making them WP soil White Lawn Waists made of good lawn trimmed with embroidery forOnly 75c White Lawn Waists made of Sheer Lawn neatly tucked with embroider ed form These Waists are excellent values at Only 160 Malmo others in White LWllllt fi125 i150fi 113 200 and 250 l White Lingerie Waists made of beautiful Lingerie trimmrd witlmtpretty Lace insertions Only 150 Many extra good values in Lingerie Waists at 250 to 500 White Wash Silk Waists special values at 275 800 850 to 000 Black Wash Silk Waists at 800 850 and MnO Cl KAGIN ORO 41 St Clair St at Bridge JfYJn ij 4 0 W I WEI1TZELS GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE t SALE I oIItmII3 nR CAC 1IaI lii iOUR OR Ar SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE IS GOING ON EVER DAYrrhis means a great opporunity for the Cash buyer to get goods nt great reductions Every department of our store consisting riry Goo ts Notions and Keadyto Wcnr Garments will be included in thi sale Our sales are days attractive and big drawing cards as wo always give gen uine bargains AYo cant quote prices on everything as our stock is too and our space here 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 idle Wool Dress Goods tie sale tllo 75c flOO ille lUiIi Sle 150 It IICorsets Hosiery Laces Underwear and Handkerchiefs Are All Reduced n Dress Skirts I tnsIn and 1ifjO Dress Skirts tlleI SkirtsiB8I 110I 249I ItBig Lot of Odds and Ends and Remnantswhich we will Sell at Ridiculous Low Prices I CHARLES xJ WEFTZELid a- PERSONAL Mr L Brent Greene has gone to Hunt 1ngton Va Mrs Kobt K Dooley is visiting friends in Atlanta Ga Judge T IL Hardln of Harrodsburg was here Monday Mr has returned from n trip to Arizona Judge T JJ Kdelen left for Louisville yesterday njorning r Miss Henton Thomson visited friends In Paris this week Mr Willett Trnbue of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday Mr W D Roy of Louisville was a visitor here Tuesday Miss Ruth Robinson visited friends at Eminence this week Mrs Eliza Bailey went to Louisville Wednesday morning Mrs J S Ddrnell and son are visiting relatives at Columbia Mr John W Williams and wife went to Louisville Wednesday Mrs Egbert C Stephens is visiting r elatives at Urbana Ohio LexingtonDr Frank W Bosworth of Lexington visited relatives here Sunday Mr Alexander Johnson of Louisville was a visitor here this week Rev A B Chinn left on Tuesday for a western trip of several weeks Dr Waller O Green of Louisville visited relatives here Sunday Mr Paul Burnam of Richmond visited friends here this week Mr Frank Chinn left Monday morning for a business trip to Maysville Dr J M Garrett returned from Phila delphia Penn Saturday night Miss Helen Hodges of Louisville visited relatives here this week Misses Mary T and Pauline Sceorce are visiting their sister at Bagdad Mr Alex Schneider Jr visited friends in Lexington this week Mr Norman Miles of Cincinnati visited relatives here this week Gen J Franklin Bell U S A was a visitor here Sunday and Monday Mr J Paul Swain and wife have re turned from a visit to Smithfield Mr W J Williams and family have returned from a visit to Harrodsburg- Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his family in Versailles Mrs Sallie Williams and Miss Nora Marshall spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mr C French Thompson of Dossett Tenn visited relatives here this week Miss Emeline Willis of NIcholasville is the guest of Misses Posey Todd street Mr Lucien Burnam of Richmond was the guest of friends here this wee Mrs W P Dalton and children of Lexington visited in this city this week Miss Dabney of Washington City was the guest of Mrs W J Lewis this week Mrs P H Newman and children left Tuesday for their new home in St Louis MoMr Paul Avis of the Engineering Corps Panama Canal is at home on a Sam Pyle Brown and wife of New York City visited relatives here this Rose Laughlin of Lexington visited her sister Mrs C E Collins this Mary Ellison of Bowling Green was the guest of Miss Eliza Newton this Edith Posey who has been visit ing relatives at Versailles has returned Mary Markham was called to Pleasureville Thursday by the death of a Tina McEwan left Wednesday fer 3 trip to Europe with Prof H K Taylor sonIRuby Hazelrigg and bride nee Bashford have returned from their wed ding trip Mr Denny B Qoodo and wife of Louis s t i ri J jj hoc Fancy Silks 2pc fOe Fancy Silks We 7f c Fancy Silks 100 Fnncy Silks fide Black Silky liOc Hlnck Silks 49c 7f c Black Silks rllo nod 750 Dress 125 Wnsh Skirt avilla were guests of Mrs George Dnrsle this week Mr nnd Mrs J 11 Walters of Newport were guests of Mrs A D Martin this week Mrs 1ns H Dryden and son John of Hamilton Ohio ore visiting relatives in this city Mr Paul Collins who has been attend ing Hnivard College returned home Sat urday night Prof J H Fuqua left Tuesday for Richmond to attend the Baptist General AssociationMrs K Ely left Thursday for Tryon X C to visit her daughter Mrs W T Lindsey Mr Julian Jackson of St Louis Mo who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mrs W L Cannon of Midway at tended the reception of Mrs G F Berry WednesdayMr of Greenville Miss who has been visiting relatives here has returned Col Moses R Glenn was called to Ohio county on Thursday by the illness of his infant child Mrs C C Hnzelrigg and grandson Master Hugh Scott left Tuesday for Lex ington and Paris Mr Hord Brown who has been visiting his mother in this city returned to New York City Sunday Miss Mottle Savage of Warsaw who has been visiting Mrs Claude Bowles has returned home Miss M Willie Ross of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Mary Scottow has returned home Mr John W Ttemere who has been at Rockford Ill since lust fall returned home on Wednesday Miss Josephine Carter and Miss Mar hereWednesdayMr Alfred and bride nee An toinette Hutchison returned from their bridal trip on Sunday Messrs Chas and Peyton Hobson hove returned from WashingtonLee Uni versity Lexington Vn Dr E E Hume and Miss Lucy Pattie have returned from the Bowling Green Educational Conference Mrs Bennett of Urbana Ohio who was the guest of Misses JLodd West Side has returned home Mrs Queen McKellnr of Uniontown who has been visiting Mrs J B Utter back has returned hone Mrs Sallie Berry of Versailles who was the guest of her sister Miss Lutle Ware has returned hone Mr Win Cudy of Washington City who has been the guest of relatives here left Monday for Louisville Mr Robt L Greene of the local bar attended the State Bar Association at Winchester on Wednesday Mr W S Farmer left Wednesday for Richmond to attend the General Associa tion of Kentucky Baptists Rev Dr M B Adams left Tuesday for Richmond to attend the General Associa tion of Kentucky Baptists Rev C Q White U S N who has been visiting relatives here has returned to Philadelphia Navy Yard Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Clintio Cunningham who have been in Toronto Canada have returned home Mr John Pilkington who graduated at WashingtonLee University Lexing ton Vn has returned home Mr Geo A Lewis of this office re turned Monday night from Boston Mass and Washington City Mrs Carroll Q Wright nee Miles and sous of Philadelphia Penn ate visiting relatives in Woodford county Miss Bettie McKee of Woodfonl coun ty attended the reception of Mrs G F Berry on Wednesday afternoon Miss Izetta Bell of Danville Ind who has been the guest of Mr W J Roberts and family has returned home Mrs R A Kershaw and sons of In dianapolis Ind were guests of Mr Ed Kershaw and wife High street Miss Eliza Newton who has been visit ing her cousin Miss Martha Farmer in Cincinnati has returned home Mrs Cornelia Bush who has been the guest of her son Mrs Sam Stone Bush at Kenwood has returned Mr Jos H Boyer of Marshall Mo who was one of the HomeComers left ins Lexington en route to his J earco Mrs Peters and son I M b 100 Blnck Silks 125 Black Silks 80c 1155 Blnck Silks 8lJc Vnfli Goods rtie1- 1m Wsish Goods 7c- ljc Nash Goods l cWnRhGoodR 12 cIIlle Wnsh Goods 150 Wnsn Skit 200 Wash Skirt of Kansas City Mo were guests of Mr M L Crutcher nnd family this week Mr Church Berryman wife and child who have been guests of his sister Mrs W Horace Posey have returned home Mr Thos Thouinson of Paducah who has been visiting his parents Mr 7 T Thomason and wife have returned home Mr Claude Berryman wife and child of Phojnix Ariz who have been visit- Ing relatives here left Tuesday for home Mrs R C Atkinson and daughter of St Louis Mo who have been guests of Mrs T L Edelen have returned home Mr J B Reddick and wife of Chi cago were guests of Mr A Pilklng ton and wife street on Tues duyIMrs Geo Whitehouse of Louisville who was called here by the shooting of her brother Mr Robt Semones fansreturned home Mr C K Berrymtn wife and chil dren of Washington City who have been visiting relatives here have returned Otto Schneider of Chicago Ills is the guest of his parents Mr A Schneider Sr and wife at the Frank fort Hotel Mrs Carr V VanAnda and son of New York City who have been guests of her mother Mrs Geo C Drane have returned home Capt Thos M Page of Indianapolis who has been the guest of his sisters Misses Mary and Margaret J Page has returned home Mrs S 0 Bull Miss Mamie Bull anti Miss Laura French who have been guests of Mrs W P Williams at Irvine have returned home Mrs Geo Bird of Shelbyvllle and Mrs Thos Tate of Ohio who have been guests of Mrs John W Reading have returned home Judge E C ORear Judge T J Nunn Judge T W Paynter and Judge J P Hobson were guests of Judge Pryor nt New Castle Saturday Rev W H Hampton and wife of Iron ton Ohio who have been guests of his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton West- Side have returned home Mrs Albert Umethun was called to Louisville Thursday to aitund the funeral of her youngest sister Mrs Geo MoCiary who died in Bristol Tenn Mr W Harry Jones of the Frankfort Shoe Co was called to White Sulphur Springs Va on Friday night by the dangerous illness of his wife Mr E C Day of Chicago Ills and Mrs Ruby Boyd of Leavenworth Kan who have been guests of Dr J M Gayle and wife have returned home Mr Wm Worrall and wife of New York City visited relatives here this week Mrs Worrall was formerly Miss Kate Green daughter of Hon Grant Green Mrs Glubs and Miss Bush Showalter entertained on Wednesday evening at Point Breeze In honor of Misses Edith Gosney and Loretta Grizzel NewportProf C McKee has returned from the State Educational Conference at Bowling Green where he was elected Vice President and came near being elected President Mr JaR T Duvall was called to Owen county on Saturday by the serious illness of his B Bourne We regret to learn that Mrs Bourne is gradually growing weaker Dr J C and wife on Wednes day last passed through this city en route to with Prof H K Tay lor Dr J C Vaught is a brother of Rev J O A Vaught Rev W B lor and family of Beth any V Va visited here this week Mr Taylor was temporary pastor of the Christian Church several years ago when Mr Darsie was in Palestine Mrs Geo F Berry entertained on Wednesday afternoon at Juniper Hill in honor of her niece Miss Cornelia Gor don A large number of our best society people attended Delightful refresh ments were served Mrs R K McClure and daughters Miss Harriett McClure and Mrs Albert H McClure entertained at 0 oclock tea on Thursday afternoon The parlors were daintily and beautifully decorated with flowers ferns c A delightful lunch was served There were quite a large number of ladles present Mr Chr K Westphnl of Chicago is on a visit to his fatherinlaw Mr A Schneider of the Frankfort Hotel Mr Westphal is the American correspondent of the Dannebrog of Copenhagen Denmark We had the pleasure of meet ing Mr Wesphal and found a pleas ant and companionable gentleman t Wjti i 50c Tnble Linen lJg Tnlile Linen We 75c Table 1inon LOc 00 Tnhlo Linen Sala 7ic Embroidery tc 8l0 Embroidery h 1c lOo Embroidery 71fic 12c Embroidery 12 ic A few Eton Suits at just halfprice Any Spring Jacket or Wrap at half price IWash Skirt 12fiO Wnsh Skirt 400 Wnsh Skirt 34U 5 00 Wnsc Skirt 398 A j home Estes home home TiiI r 3EYou Can Not Afford To Miss Call and you will be Astonished at the Price of Silks Dress Silks 65c and 60c for 39c India Silk 25crWhite China Silk 45c Black Taffeta sold many places for 150 and 125 98c Beautiful Dress Silk in patterns 650 8 and 11 a suitany of them worth 10 to 15 Dress Goods75c dress Goods for 49c Novelty Suitings 150 and 125 for 98c All Wool Serge 50c and 60c 39c Lawns and Muslins 5c8c 9c and 10c a yard The New Creation in Belts lOc 25c and 50c Muslin and Lace CurtainsYou can save 25Jper cent on this class goods Rugs Mattings Linoleums and Oil Clothsi F Je 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 i strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymadejob bevoral tildes over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying t We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint Jfresentutive Seller Carriage G0I 1 VERSAILLES KY H K WARD President 1Z5 CiM BRowN iNG Sec and Treas CINCINNATIAND I J F C and Queen Crescent Route l Sunday July 8th 1 l Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m tt Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS JI i j iLt JkcJl t ti lIill End Calico- By the- Pound I 5 Pound j I Rolls of the Best Calico Esc THE GREAT EVENT THE 5EA50N l I 4 r You can not afford not to take of this great sale offering Mill End Underwear Mill End Lace Mill End Nash Goods Mill End Linens Mill End Cottons SHAMELESS LIVES LEAD TO AWFUL DEATH The recent tragedy in New York City by which a brute posing as n gentleman was ruthlessly slain by another equally brutal man brings to light a mass of filth and moral degeneracy which is abso people lutely appalling to all decent We regret to see all the daily papers filled with the disgusting details of the putrid lives of the two prominent figures and their female satellites Far better to suppress all of it except the mere detail that one man wild with jealousy slew his enemy than to spread broadcast to the world the sickening stuff that no decent man would have his daughters and sons to read The old axiom that vice when first seen is so repulsive that it is nauseating but by familiarity comes at last tobe embraced is 4toooftQtt alas true of poor frail humanityBrethren of the press can there not be a higher ideal than simply to make sewers of our pages in order not to be scooped on news y REMARKABLE IMPROVEMENT Mr Clarence T Jones of Col umbia S C but born and raised in this city who came home to cornerIstoHeenterI tainments will leave for his Southern home Mr Jones is verymuch iimpressed with the marked improveent in his native tcity saying that he had no idea that the improvement was so wide spread substantial and beautiful Especially was ho pleased with the improvement in itheresidence portion of the South Side He thinks the outlook is I for still greater things He will return to his homo in his big B Motor Car by WilY 1ofLouisville Nashville Chatta nooga Atlanta etc Mr Jones is one of a big firm of architects who have been very- 5successful in drafting plans for- 4 a many public buildings in the SouthWhen our county authorities are ready to undertake the work he proposes to submit plans for the new courthouse in this city We wish him all success in his work Cheapest accident InPuftnnce Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil Stops pain and heals the wound All druggists sell it WHATS IN McCLURE The July McClures Is a good hearty and satisfying meal some good articles on new things the world is doing some Important ones on vital topics of the day and a good share of brisk and entertain ing stories the whole well served with attractive illustrations many in colors Ray Stannard Bakers Sew Music for An Old World describing Dr Thaddeus Cahills marvelous Instrument for pro ducing music by electricity the dyna mophone is full of suggestion and in terest for both the musically and scien tifically inclined We have had many superficial descriptions of the San Fran cisco earthquake hut Henry Anderson Laflers record of experiences and the Impressions in My Sixty Sleepless Hours written on the spot and ac the time of the fire touches the real heart of the event The beginnings of the corrupt InIRU1anceby Burton J Hendrick in the third in stalment of the Story of LifeInsur ance in which he tells the career of Henry Baldwin Hyde the founder of the Equitable The ninth installment of und Kossuth the Hungarian Kiplings sturdy and imaginative stories of Old England continue with the life Parnesius the Roman legionary telling how he was given command of the forces on the Great Wall and fought successfully urrM Winged Hats the Danes Nonmo torists and perhaps experts as well will have their first motoring sensations brought beak to them vividly and iimus ingly by Julian Streets My Enemy the Motor James Hopper has a story of the Philippines Cnybigan which is full of color trod The Generous Mr Dean by Abby Megulre Roach ie an amusing character story with a little moral in its tail anti The Still of Bally wan by Stella F Wynne is full of fine byHpoems worth reading and remembering Kiplingthey are of Information and the spirit and flesh and life of the time OPENS LAW OFFICE Judge Thos H Payn tor U Senator elect has opened his SI office in the rooms formerly pied by Mr Frank Chinn in the Farmers Bank building entrance on Main street He will devote his time to practice in the Appel late and U S Courts Feel languid weak run down Head ache Stomach offf Just a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters llisestlon 1 2Gly The good steamer Falls City will run one of her unrivaled excur sions to Tyrone and return this Saturday evening Leaves Cus tomhonse wharf at S p m Fart for round trip only 50 cents These torrid days require cool breezes in the evening to make good sleep at night This excur sion will furnish what is needed Soothe itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures piles eoema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells it CIRCUIT JUDGE B F Menefee of Grant county has been appointed circuit judge of tho BooneGrant district to succeed Judge J M Lassing appointed Appellate Judge NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tures Hem dy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in u Vale Weak Nervous Delicate Vonion snlTerlng from those weak nesses und diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father Williams Indian Tea a wonderful Tonio and Regulator It quiets the Nerves on flesh gives strength and elasticity to the step brightens the eyes clears the com plexion and makes you well and strong tttain Ten or Tablets 20 cents For sale by Frankfurt Drug Co 2 Dr Vcaver Syrup ROll Cerate BucceiBiul treatment for blooa and skin diseases on I THE E H TAYLOR JR L SONS l Frankfort Kentucky r tw f m L 1 Mill End Goods ri Mill Mill End End Mill End 1 or ladyI with reference to rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses paid weekly and expenses ad anted Address Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky 1Gm J Has been the best It is better now than ever If you do not use J E 11 try it Every Pound Guaranteed He in Co Lots in have caused my lapel on Arlington Heights extending from tho State Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dels lot laid out till ground convenient lots fronting on now av mulls to bo opened as and when tho lots shall bo sold and I have at my olllee a plat made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing tho location and dimensions of the lots and pro posed streets and to which I the attention of those desir tng to purchase lots for residence purposes rIll Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as tho lots are sold and sewer connection can be readily made The location of these lots can not bo 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 prices and terms of sale on applica tion to me- 872m JOHN B LINDSEY i f l JiJ r1 J Mill hadicjs Lace hosts l w qual ity Ke host lroken nogInlar MONEYSAVING 1mIpresslons Dress Mill End SUit51i LAI1LIlV SWINGS X500 THE VERY BEST R ROGERS SONS DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION APPOINTED IMr IGOOD ti OLD TAYLOR 1- f PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY Proprietors ANTEDGentlEmtn good salary withstamp For 33 Years E M FLOURI JoE milling For Sale Frankfort alleys E1d- hosiery Childrens OF advantage I 75QPN ls LittleEarly Risers Tho famous little pills f flfl OF JILT- Outings VIA a CORYConsult local ticket agents for excursion rates and time Iof It trainsSALEI LiVBiu anti Feed StaDle J WF HEARNE Successor to L F Shclton Ann Street Frankfort Ivy New Vehicles Sew and late style Rubber and SteuK tine Buggies Runabouts Break Carts nnd Curt in stuck trod for sale at lIvtryWnJonsVehicles on display at livery barnou Ann street and at storage and ales room Brolulwnyllltwttlltion invited Prices and terms the best Horses Horses bought and horses for sale atz all times Real Estate I have several farms for sale ranging in size from 10 to 400 acres also sty lots business houses and residences First Class Livery A Specialty BOTH PHONES June 2ly it k1t TfteFranRforlRounflaDDUt = Emeivil at Ill poitotlUO at Frankfort gum tuiky iissmJiulehisS inailablo matter CEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 30 1906 STATE BOARD OF AGRICUL TURF FORESTRY AND IMMIGRATION Governor Beckhnm has appointed the following gentlemen to compose the State Board as above in comjunction with the Commissioner of Agriculture and the Director of the Experiment Station of State College 1st District W T Harris Mor ganfield 2d Disttrictr B Moorman Jr hIIrclit burg 3d DitrioJ B Bowles Bards r town4th District Lawrence Jones Louisville5th Desha Breckin ridge Lexington Oth District Wm Addams Cynthiana 7th DistrictJ J C Mayo PaintsvilleThe are those of the Appellate Judges They will have control of the State Fair and kindred subjects 4SUIT FILED TO TEST REDIS TRICTING LAW Attorneys W H Holt W C Halbert E L Worthington and George DuRelle filed suit on Mon day in the Butler Circuit Court alleging the unconstitutionality of the recent redistricting act passed by the last Legislature The petition asks that the law be declared unconstitutional and void upon the ground that the law violates that provision of the Constitution requiring representa tion to he equal and uniform and that the various representative and senatorial districts shall be composed of the most compact and contiguous territory no more than two counties composing a 3representative district This suit was arranged for by the Republican members of the Legislature just prior to adjourn ment e KENTUCKY FARES WELL IN f PUBLIC BUILDING LAW In the new public building law which has just passed Congress Kentucky is very liberally dealt with The following cities are allowed the following sums for public buildings Bowling Green 100000 Danville 50000 Lebanon 30000 London 65000 Mayfield 40000 Owensboro 175000 Paris 40000 Winchster 45000 Catlettsburg 7000 CHANGE OF TIME The time table on the L tC N R R has been changed somewhat The early train for Louisville leaves at 540 a m instead of at 545 a in The train which has been reaching here from Lexington at 410 pm will hereafter verys Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a J hump back straight neither will it make 1 amongthe a short leg long but it feeds soft bone I rickets and bone consumption Send for free SCOTT UOWNE Chemlst3 4og4rs Pearl Street New YOlk Soc and all druggists flJ U i lt7l4lO Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine MyIShattered Nerves and Gave Me ah Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a perI deadlyLaGrippea direct attack upon nerves puttingan extra strain upon them at the time it is at the lowest ebb If laGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with loss lack of energy insomnia headaches and morbid shouldstrengthen the with Dr Miles Nervine It tendenciesI that grip has done bring back and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those vtho have suffered from that dreaded diseaseLaGrippe I suffered several weeks with it and I tried seemed to benefit me in shape or form suffered almost deathand finally daughter recommended Dr Miles 1I to me and I can truthfully say from the I felt better than in weeks It relief built shattered nerves and me a splendid appetite I cannot caveI highly of it and want to say each and one who has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief u getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on havin it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will beDl fitsom sufferer I remainI MRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson AU druggists sell and guarantee first botI tle Dr Miles Remedies Send free book AddrlDrRUNAWAY ACCIDENT While Mr John L Tobin was driving along Third street on Monday morning in a buggy the horse took fright at a wheelbar row load of soiled clothing and ran away striking the wheel of the buggy against a hitching post in front of Judge T J Nunns residence throwing Mr Tobin to the pavement bruising and jarring him to such an extent as to cause temporary unconsciousness- Mr Z T Thomason and sonI who were passing ran to the assistance of Mr Tobin and also to capture the horse in which they were successful Later it was found that while Mr Tobin was badly bruised and shaken up he was not seriously injured WORRY WEARS YOU OUT There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of a disordered diges tion Get a bottle of Kodol for dyspepsia and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests what you eat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest is a corrective of the greatest efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dys pepsin palpitation of the heart flatu 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 THE LARGEST YET The largest touring autocar that we have yet seen was in the ItI15 people and was a tremendous affair We could not learn to whom it belonged or where it was bound It was only in the city a verIsaillesOne Minute Cough Cure draws the flammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold by J W Gayle EFFICIENT OFFICER AND CLEVER GENTLEMAN We had occasion recently to pass over the railroad from Ver toIeveryIlar with the patrons of the road He is especially solicitous for the comfort of lady and children pusI sengers and no one could be more plite to all those who travel that way than Capt Bryan We desire to return thanks for courtesies extended to us individually tiillIiJ1 f f f1t ANOTHER SHOOTING IN CRAW Early Morning Shooting in Semoius Saloon 11edInesdayr in the classic precincts of Craw It seems that George Mink Dink Thomson son of the late Mr Wert Thomson who was om ployed by Somones as a cook in the restaurant iir the rear of the saloon came ill about the time given above and had some words With Semones and then stated that he would quit Semones told him that he would have to pay a debt he owed the concern before quitting or would have to work it out Again some hot words passed between the young men It is said Thomson started towards Semones when the latter slapped him Thomson pulled a gun and fired twice at Semones the first- shot grazing the side of his head the second took effect in the left side above the hip bone and ranging down Semones fell to the floor Dr C A Fish was summoned and had him taken to the Kings Dr1Fishupon him but could not locate the ball It was found however that the intestines were not per forated and he has a good chance to recover Thomson was arrested by Officers Johnson and Samples and lodged in jail to await the result of Semones wound- Score one more shooting for Crawand another argument for not licensing saloons in that delectable quarter 1 A WESTERN WONDER Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from n weight of 90 has grown to over 180 He says andItion I was reduced to 90 pounds when I 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 Jfiougb and Cold cure Guaranteed by aiT druggists 50c and 1100 Trial bottle freeICITY NCIIJI Irhe City Council met on Mon day night last and transacted con siderable business of minor importance A large number of building permits were authorized which shows that the demand for dwelling houses is increasing rather than subsidingThe Committee were au thorized to purchase a patrol wagon not to cost over 150 Repairs were ordered made to the St Clair street bridge The option which the city holds upon the purchase of the waterworks is about to expire and attention10finto the matter and report Mr Harry McEwing was elected a fireman to succeed Mr Chick Kennedy resigned GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian rea Natures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in use Palo Weak Nervous Delicate Women suffering from those weak nesses und diseases peculiar to WilIiamsTonic and Regulator It quiets the Nerves puts on flesh gives strength and elasticity to the stop brightens the eyes clears the corn plexion and makes you well and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 oaS TOREaHeats Bipatun of l A Pleasant toJake LfaXatfVe Syrupb 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 SickHeadache 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 1 Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG t Hardware Paints Oils Etc L Value JOHN DRISOOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMadeISour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place IIJOHN DRISCOLLII IBTJUE GRASS COMPANY TRACTION INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 In to 7 p and at 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 in to 8 p in and 10 and 12 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a JUIin to 8 p in nail at 10 p m Versailles Division hourifromm Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p lu and at 9 and p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Itf MS r J Qualify Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad an4vermifuge I horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per packageIFor sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION Price lFreeand Quickest Cure for all f ISuret and LUNG TEOUBi MONEY BACK W 1i i11 I k1LIDf WATCHESA- fECARR9ED a ALL OVERHEWOR- LDGases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or I For the Roundabout A MELANGE As I take a whack at all creation is only meet and seemly that I take a whack at the man of Utah If I wa a man I could challenge him to pistol- and coffee for two but as I am only a woman I guess it will have to be lingual warfare But first Iraprlmltur let it be printed and know all men by these presents that I the Witch of Last Nights Thoughts do herein set fort my utter abhorrence and detestation o that species of spiritual vivisection that Impaling on the repier of a merciless wi of which the man of Utah the knlgh- of the snarling quill for truly he charges a subject with snarling quill is the exponent It bespeaks inherent something I would not have entered in my makeup for all the wealth of th Indies Why that man would 1frogs and dogs In the Interests of science I call the readers of the Round about to witness that this war of words has not been of my seeking but when a a specimen of the genus homoorder primates puts on large glasses and goes out prospecting for trouble dont you think its in accordance with the sterna fitness of things that he locate a placer that precious metal yclept trouble sort of Rowland for his Oliver By the way while I think of it who is D Meade Woodson Dont all speak at once And how it is Ive never heard of hi before and his name is not enrolled s- idIbyside with the other great men of earth In the Hall of Fame I would love know for curiosity killed a cat once believe I could sum him up in a word o five letters and when phonetic epellfn- obtains it wont take but three Th first I ever knew of him he was bearing down on me like a rush of worlds from their orbits brandishing the aw ful weapon of the verb to criticise in one band and in the other such un answerable queries as Why God ehoul have made Eve from Adams rib an then not take Mr Lions rib to rusk Mrs Lion and Mr Tigers rib to mak Mrs Tiger Has he bats in his belfry or why in the name of all that is logicoand the Great Horn Spoon ask me such a question as that Did I ever for one moment profess to be au con it with the workings of the Urea Au contralto did I not say in n Kings EngllsbuA God comp ended would be no God at all rod If I know one thing must I know eve thing When as a matter of fact I acknowledge every hour In the day th I only know that I know nothing If mould tell him off band I fall to see ho it would very materially add to the su total of human knowledge There a many many things I would much rathIknow than that Well we will wait until we die and goI know no for the Stomach Heart and Kidneys Dr Shoops Restorative is a Cansos Curenot a Symptom Cure II Is a common mistake to take artificial dices ten for stomach troublesor beart stimulansfor weak heart or socalled kidney diseased kidneys These organs do not act separ lately or of their own accordthey have no con trot over themselves and not once in times la the sickness the fault of the organ It Is tho fault of the nerves which control the organ stomaskidney r Shoop of Racine Wisconsin learned early in his medical experience that powenervesthatr unit was it pos aibletocurein belchtnzheart weakpe8908Brlghts dis ease and all cthiraflectlons of the kid nest For all of those aliments are not separate sicknesses and are not to bo treated as such They are merely symptamsot inside nerve weak ass and when the nerves are restored the armptom and the sickness disappear totheseKeitonUve It relieves the pain and distress of endhlztttoubleiquiekerevethan e S + torary relief Dr Stoops Restorative TabJir Liquid can now be had of w there i eels sad recommended by ALL DEALERSI MwJdt f f tl rt I f pl17 rff rff 14T i rff r r I KEEPIIW A GOOD WATCH 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 be accurate timekeepers W A SELBERX whereabove the smoke and stir of this dim spot which men call earth Heigh hot Alas nnd alack That man whereaboutstor a tooth of the Sacred Elephant or the Panganat Mr Lionthough where as he was cou chant on my coat of arms he is now rampantregardant I dont know much of whaling or sailing never having been on a whaling ship to the Atlantic nor as seemff Utah with a harpoon he wouldnt have gentlemant t disciple of the doctrine of Universal Brotherhood he makes Mr Gaines and I anttoo ahoytinto nothingness with everlasting sense that once it was It would seem that we will have to hide our diminished heads or become an also ran but as a doingIa ern look for his pound of flesh He 1doesnt want Mr Gaines to appropriate hAe o himself Ho is nothing if not an 18k fine crusader It seems to me that if there was no crusade there had as well gibeee ever n with and remaint0 I Egothtover o f theand whose circumference is nowhere Well why note There is no harm in it and it sounds real well But I fear me much that his is a creed whose center is every ndo odn anglea a man see square the hypotenuse is equal to the square f the sum of the other two sides The hypotenuse is the longest side of a right angle triangle then in this case it goes etest side of this manlito read and to write and the other two sides Now bypotrye of 11he other two sides That is to east dont writeImakeupm of toreof will see built a problem for bis solution nevfer 9 yards of moonshine to make a moolley cow an evening dress how far is it to the moon Of course we know that usually it is 204000 miles but there is no telling how much this moolley cow and evening dress business is going to increase or diminish It Is bound to out some ice in olution of the problem Now this is an argument of three propositions the moolley cow the evening dress and the moon A kind of physicalastronomical syllogism If he can only get his major and minor premises correct my word for it his syllogism Is sure to be I would suggest that he go out and corral a herd of logarithms to abridge calculations but for the fact that you cant quite apply the usual remedy sidereal astronomy in this case becausn of the physical element entering so largely into the problem nor b ring to boar any of the family of Cal dcolaswhether Barycentrlc imaginary integral exponential or differential It is an awful tangle But stny I believe I have it As the man who is going to I solve the problem is a physical animal and the moo ley cow is a physical animal and the evening dross is a confection for a physical animal why not try physical astronom Well if all else fails I suggest heliography as u method of solution Nonsense Certainly it is but a little jolly now and then Is relished by the wisest men The erudite gentleman of UtahI ay4 that my article of March filth lsI clearly a theme of the composite order Well whats the matter with flaying an article of the composite order any way Is there anything that Is not made up of parts I wish he would pass me over a few A few Integers that are not capable by some species of disintegra lion of being resolved Into their Integ rant parts All that Is not atomic In its constitution Is not matter and all that Is not mutter Is not at all Even the luminiferous ether the nearest approach to spirit we have is atomic in its constitution It would not be an entity else and would have to be classed as spirit or nihlllty Absolute coalescence is abso lute density Where there are no inter spaces there can be no yielding An ether absolutely dense would put an in sldderenlIpartlcled matter I believe we reach God God exists and spirit does not therefore God is not spirit We can not conceive of that which is not I believe that God is matterbut not matter as we under stand it and that there are gradations of matter of which we know nothing the grosser Impelling the finer the finer pre vading the grosser Just as the electric principle permeates the atmosphere and the atmosphere Impels It Why in the name of all that is peaceful could not the man of Utah pursue his own slap ash bit or miss style and allow me to pursue the even or uneven as the case may be tenor of my own composite way Must he rise Phconlxllke out of the ashes of my reputation as an author Ye gods What a disciple of the doctrine of Uni versal Brotherhood the laying down of all things selfish God bless the man or woman who is human enough to urge you on to greater endeavor I wouldnt have cared four pence sterling for his criticism if he had only practiced a little of what he preaches a good deal If he wants to ask any question concerning anything I assumed or asserted in wy article of March filth and will use just a soup con of that Universal Brotfierhood doctrine I will answer him according to my very best lights as far as in and around me lies But tailing this and I think as well might the astronomer hold his sex tant in the midnight sky expecting to Jewernot on your life I will just remark en passant that that article was Intended to be printed in paragraphs and I had the MS so arrangedbut that is all right The Roundabout is the best in the world and Mr Lewis one of finest man I have ever met In theI Scylla the gentleman of Utah has amuck of Charybdis as to whetherrunI took the volvoxglobator or the for the tiny mustard seed sayeth not It seems to me if deponentI speaking acquaintance with combination biology zoology and bot anyhe ought to know I said nothing of the tiny mustard seed IIHe says Providence is not arraigned Verily origInaldont believe theta is a man only the man of Utah woman child horse or cur rlage who read that article that would for a moment accredit me with a thought of really arraigning Providence He says that touching the theory that por lions of the Divine Being are incarnate or incorporated in this grosser matter we are n unit Well Im sure Im thank ful for small mercies I ulso believe that because of sin suffering had to come into this world and to suffer we hue to have organs and further believe that we will always have organs 1I we will never be bodiless To divest roan of corporate investiture would be to render one of Gods acts futile purposeless and wo could not Imagine one of His acts return lug upon itself He makes no mistakes bollove that uupartloled nuttier exist lug noncorporate is God but we cuuI not conceive of it because of the limit tions of the human mind and that the pain of the primitive life of earth Is the the sole basis of the bliss of this ultimate life In heaven But I can not go into this any further now havent spliceI Mr Lewis is looking obliquely at me Well finally I propose a toast to the wan of Utah like Old Glory long 1 reetIReliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD 1 wE want to argue the CASE you and help you make this withIing season a success bothlaborthese features in the J 1 CASE machines Give us a call r Da OoMpangApr may he wave oer the land of the free and the home of the bravejust in Utah BEL PACE HARROD For the Roundabout DEAR OLD KENTUCKY Kentucky inthe happy reunion Of her sons and daughters all Who did haste from every State and clime To answer to the hearty call One sad thought did ever linger One sweet chord the music lacked When friends looked In vain for faces Of loved ones who came not back oyous happy dear old Kentucky With your homes so happy bright Wreathed in flowers and sincere greetings My heart is there with you to night CATHERINE PILCHER BRETZ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DI0Mt what you eat CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in oafcU symptoms On G GRBXX qTbe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your langi are affected The first symptoms can bt readily noted by anyone of average In telligence There is no disease known that gives M many plain warnings of its approach M consumption and no serious can be so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boscheei German Syrup which is made to curt consumptionQlt early stages that German warningarethe congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationgBut cough even if dread consumption bas already attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless sUa7SCIFor sago by J W Gayle Illinois Central Seventh River Louisville 104Jeavm L lOancr2ra Leaves a m Arrives 155p m intermediateants 4town Hodgenvllle and Hopldnsville no HodgenviUeNo1saLeaves m toHodgenvilleSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Dallr Your Doctor OrdersMedicine After a careful diagnosis of thercase He figures on certain re suIts from the medicines for which he writes Dont disap point him You can get ex pert prescription service here DayorNighl3 f andhtIlliCtl13tainable Our night service is just as competent as our lay service and the charges are tho same Dont hesitate to ring our tileofmedicine ii ts GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky j 4 4 M t1F O90AAY MARRIED J WAYFLORIAN At Harp this tnttynut Thursday Mr Win ray I1ld Miss Sallic Florian here inarried- GOINSSUTER On the West Side on Wednesday night Mr Lindon h Goins and Miss Katie Su tel were nlarrie- 1iIULLEIBREEDENIn this cityon Thursday Mr Albert Mullet of Des Moines Iowa and Miss Maggie Breeden of this city were marrie- dIYNNWILEYAt the County Clerks Oflice on Wednesday Mr Willard J Lynn and Miss Saran Ellen Wiley were married by Rev T F Tnlinferro e DELIGHTFUL AUTO TRIP We had the pleasure on Satur day last of taking a trip to Ver sailles in the largo touring ear of Mr Clarence L Jones The ease and speed with which this huge machine glides over the road was something new to us We enjoyed the trip immensely and desire to return to Mr Jones our sinter thanks for the pleasure afforded us The distance covered was 1411 miles and was made in the quiet time of about 85 or 40 minutes If the necessary stoppages on ac count of horses and other teams of the way hall been deducted th time would have been cut down jto less than half an hour A remarkable thing to us was the few horse or mule teams that were frightened by the big ma chine as it sped along the pike MAJ W C OWENS NOMINATED Maj YoC Owens formerly o Scott county was nominated for Congress in the Louisville Fifth Congressional District by the Republican Convention which me on Thursday night There was a spirited fight between Owens and Blakey but Blakey withdrew his name before the ballots were counted VERSAILLES GOOD LUCK At the last moment an amend merit to the public buildings bill gives to our little sister city of Versailles a 25000 public building We are glad to see this Versailles is a thriving and pretty cityand her postoHice has never had appropriate quarters Eminent Doctors Praise its Ingredients- We refer to that boon to weak nervous suffering women known as Dr Tierces Favorite Proscription Dr John Fyfe ono of the Editorial Staff of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL KKVIEW says of Unicorn root Hchmlnv Dlolai which is one of the chief ingredients of the Favorite Proscription A remedy which invariably acts as a uterine Invigorator makes for normal ac tlvlty of the entire reproductive system Be continues In llelonlas wo have a medica ment which more fully answers the above purposes than any other imo with which I am acquainted In liyt treatmentof diseases pc o e Is seldom that a case Is seen which does not present some indication for this remedial agent Dr Fyfe further says The following are among the leading Indications for Helonlas Unicorn root Pain or aching in the back with leucorrhua atonic weak conditions of the reproductive organs of women mental depression and ritability associated with chronic diseases of the reproductive organs of women constant sensation of heat In tho region of the kid tiers menorrhagla Hooding duo to a weakened condition of the reproductive system amenorrhaa suppressed or absent monthly periods arising from or accompanying an abnormal condition of the digestive organs and aniuraic thin blood habit dragging sensations In the extreme lower part of the abdomenIf or less of the above symptoms are present no invalid woman can do better take Dr Ptercos Favorite Prescription ono of tho leading ingredi ents of which is Unicorn root or Helonlas and the medical properties of which it most faithfully represents prominentJngredlent BenIllettIt is an important remedy in disorders of the womb In all catarrhal conditions and general enfeeblement it Is usefulIProf John M Scudder Si D lato of Cincinnati says of Golden Seal root In relation to Its general effects on theIsystem there is no mtdMne in we about there is such general unanimity uf opinion ItIis universally r as tonic useful InIall debilitated states Prof Bartholow M Jefferson Medical College says of Golden Seal Valuable in uterine hemorrhage menor rbatrJa Hooding and congestive dysmcnor rhcea painful menstruation- Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all the in lents and cures the diseases for which they are recommended Ii i l r rT BIRTHS SPILDINIn this lityOil Saturday to Mr lhos and wifpn sun STRING FIELD In this city on Sunday to Mr C String field and wifeit sun KALTENBRUNIn this city on Saturday to Dr V A II Kaltenbrun and wiflJn daughter WILLIAMS In this city on Friday to Mr W Russell Wilj hams and wifeI sonweight 10 poundsArthur Roy WILL HELP SOME Thousands annually bear witness to the efficiency of Early Risers These pleasant reliable little pills have long a reputation second to none as n laxative and cnthnrtic They are ns ns bread in millions of houses prollllltlYrllIeSold by J W Gayle NOVEL AND USEIfUL ATTACH MENT The Roundabout is indebted to Mr Frank G Stagg the hustling hardware merchant for a novel and useful attachment for a tell phone instrument It is a card case made of alluminum with arrullelas of those phones are most used gether with the number toThe cards are arranged alphabetically UFefullI1and throat and the foul catarrhal breath are quickly dispensed with by using Dr Shoops Catarrh Curt Such soothing antiseptic agents as 011 Euca havetcream making n catnrrhal balm unex celled Sold all dealers BLOOD HOUND DIES Queen one of Capt Kirbys Thursdayfwhich are being investigated Dr Weavers Syrup skintLEXINGTONS GROWTH By a recent census it turns out that Lexington has a population of 41807 an increase of over 6500 since the last census We are sincerely glad at these evidences of prosperity inour sister city Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain or burn or scald in five min ute hoarseness one hour muscelache two hours sore throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Kclectric Oil monarch over pain AUTO DAMAGED While a party of strangers three ladies and three gentlemen were backing their big auto around at the corner of Ann and Broadway streets Thursday after noon the machine was backed against the switchbar of the L N R R and the bar and attach ments smashed at the same time the rear lamp of the auto and tho oil tnnkof the machine were smashed pretty badly We could not learn where the occupants of the machine were from but they were delayed for quite a while before they could have the machine repaired CLOSE TERM OF SERVICE WITH SUPPER Company E Second Regiment Kentucky National Guards of this city were mustered out of the service last night their term of service having expired On Wednesday night tho company served a dutch lunch to its members and a few friends of the organizationThe was a very appetizing one and was served by Mr A Schneider of the Frankfort Hotel After the supper a number of short talks were given by mem bers of the company Capt Hiram Williams presided This company has done good ser vice I jp jI t DEATHS = IIVlnXEHAt the residence of on Fort Hill Mrs John Widnor of lnn The funeral services ulllptiouI took place at Church on Thursday CONN E US At her home near Iidwnyon Wednesday Mrs Annie Connors wife of Mr Michael Connors and daughter of Mr Ed Power aged about 85 years She leaves a husband and three children besides her father to mourn her untimely death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father T S Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Thursday and the remains were laid away in the Catholic Cemetery NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Wen for all diseases of tho Liver ami Kid nets Stomach anti Bowels It onuses a vigorous action of tho Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the How pnrifllstheyon well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Ton or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 STATE BAR ASSOCIATION The State Bar Association met at Winchester on Wednesday J M Benton delivered IIJudge of welcome Hon D of Versailles the President of the Association re sponded A number of important matters were discussed Mr S D Rouse of Covington was elected President for tho ensu ing year with a number of Vice Presidents Mr R A McDowell of Louisville was elected Secre ary R C Stollof Lexiiigton TreasurerThe meeting place was left with the Executive Committee I suffered habitually from constipa Lion Donns Regulets relieved and thllhDavis Sulphur Springs Tex IMPORTANT NOTICE 144 byWCholera Gapes Roup and Lim berneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay 898 m RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves b40 a nl Louisville Accommodation returns 615 p m Train West 7 085 a m Train West 360 p m Train East 040 a m Train East 420 p a- rrC0 Westbound 909 a in Westbound fi14 p in Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p in F Leaves for Paris 520n in Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Purls 200 p in Returns 720 p in J W WATSON Ticket Agent BAD ACCIDENT Mr Dan Meaghor Sr was very seriously hurt on Friday last by a pile of fence posts falling upon hint in his back ynrdon Ann street A rib was broken he was bruised internally told a nail inn post cut a had gash just above and around the right eye narrowly escaping the eye itself Dr H S Keller was summoned und closed the gash with a number ofstitches Mr Meagher is 84 years of age but unusually active Most disfiguring skin eruptions ecrof nln pimples rushes etc tare due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you clear eyed clear brained clear sklnned ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have for sale 20 stands of premisesMISS WILLANNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn Ky2tf AI nipillIlnnnlllTI Pr Aiir= mAh JWcsetablcPjrcparationfor similating ua ling the S andBowels of PromotesTigesUonChcerfuI ness and BestContains 0plureNorplifle nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC oOl EllIJ- fnrnnfJ for Sour StolmchDiarrhoea- WornlsConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSlmlle Signature of III NEW YOHK JII EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER tf CASTORIA The Havel The You KindJ Always Bought CASTO RIA JUST RECEIVED IAnother Lot of Red Cedar Shingles And 2 Car Loads of Yellow Poplar Shingles- We also have a large stock of Kedwood Weatherboarding the on Ea- rthHammond Co To the Public and the Patrons of the Capital Gas Electric Light Co The Electric Current 104 volt cycles is now in operation from n till every day and the for same will be by meter beginning July 1st 1906 upon the following schedule 20 per lOon Watts Less 20 per cent on to 30000 Watts equal to lOc per 1000 W Less 80 per cent on 3000 Watts equal to l4c per 1000 W Less 40 per cent on to 10000 Watts equal to 12c per 1000 W Less per cent on 9000 to 120000 Watts equal to lOco per 1000 W Less per cent on 120000 and over Watts equal to 8c per 1000 W The above schedule is to encourage the sale of electric torrent and prompt pay ment of electric bills on or before the 10th of each month following the consumption yours F AUSTIN General Manager 421 m orLnxettA candy bowel laxative If you have constipation If you have n coated tongue If you are dizzy bilious sallow If you have headache sour stomach to risk 5 cents on Laxets See for yourself Sold by all dealers ateU S CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS A competitive examination under the rules of the U S Civil Service Commission for the posi tion of clerk messenger store keeperganger in the Fifth or Soy enth Internal Revenue District of Kentucky ill bo held on the 5th day of September 1900 commencing at 0 oclock a m Applications for this examination must he made on the pre scribed form which with necessary instructions may be obtained from the commissions local rep resentative at the Frankfurt Ky postoHice or front tho under signedApplications will not be accepted unless received by tho undersigned before 480 oclock p m on August 1900 All persons wishing to take thisexom ination should secure planks and fill them out at once in order to allow time for any necessary cor rections C W MOSS Secretary Board of Examiners Postoflice Cincinnati 0 All applicants for this examina tion must specify in theirlpli cations the internal revenue district in which employment is de sired td fCtIj r1 t I PFor Infants and Children Kind You Always I Bears the- Signature of Best a m 12 p m charges cents to Respectfully 0 AN IDEA- LVACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE 10 PARK 1PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Money in This Country- ITINERARY f OF Till P Denver Colorado Sprints Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods t llaultoii TIKES PrAK Grand UherfCanon Royal Gorge tileinvood Salt Lake City Ogden Stilt Air Marshall Pass Black Lan on nail six and one half days in WONDIKFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK ff COST OF Expenses of an 1RIPtnature has been folly minimized so as to be of nil Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th t For foil particulars write J H GALLAGHER lJ07 Barret Avenue Louisville fA 1 Tt w = WHEN YOU COME TO THE Big Fourth OfJuly Picnic IDlaOp in and see us in tIle morning and supply your needs from our extensivet line of Farming Tools Binding Twine Electric Fencing and General Hardware In the afternoon and night go out to the Park watch the Funny Contests join in them and enjoy yourself We give a Prize of a Safety Razor for the best shot at the Shooting Gallery would like to see you get it P C SOWER COMain St Hardware Paints and Oils Frankfort Ky RELIGIOUS I ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A Uhinn rector being absent Mr Chas Clingnmn n lay render will conduct the services Sunday June 24 980n in Sundayschool u in Prayer and sermon 780 p in Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p in Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D pastor will preach at a m and p Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a iu taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p t anchapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 745 oclock in the chapel 1Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a In and 745 p Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Christian 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 Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7ii0 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev F R Beatty of Louisville will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian y aavor at 080 m ayermeeting Wednesday evening at p Isiors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 9 ra and 745 p m ulaygchuol at 945 a m forth League at 645 p m ayer meeting on Wednesday evening 45 p verybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN mUROHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a in t Young Peoples Society at 630 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday at 730 oclockEverybody invited to attend LONG TENNESSEE FIGHT off3elis1ennwrites The swelling and soreness side my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25o at all drug filets LETTER LIST LThe following is u list of advertised letters for the week ending June 30 1905 Allen Miss Mary 4Inktr J H Campbell Miss Neava Dickson ben Easley Julia Henry 3 Fleinmetx ff C Gasslom Miss Alice Glsh S J Graves Edmond Green B Green Harvy Hayden JalUes- Helm Rev Ben Herndon Minnie Ite n B tH Mittie W = V Long Dr- Martin John roMiss nettle vllcKeu Mrs C McKenzie J A Miller Janice Nook Mrs R F Poynter Rouseau Preston John A Smith Joe Jjr ledemann F G outman Charlotte Col sons calling for the above letters lease say advertised GEO W BARNES P M IM Dr Weavers Treatment i lIQttr Ue Wwd rato tot ikia cxupUM RETURNS AFTER FIVE YEARS WANDERING young Charles Fugazzi son of Mr Chas Fugnzzi the owner of a fruit store and restaurant in this city returned home on- Sunday last after having been away five years He left here when only 18 years of age and now returns a sturdy young man of 18 years He had always been rather of a roving disposition and had disap peared for a week or so at a time once or twice before The family thought at the time of his diasppearance that he had gone with a circus troupe which appeared here the day he left going towards Louisville They used every endeavor to find him advertising and offering rewards for information as to his whereabouts But Charlie had gone in the opposite direction and made his first stop in West Virginia hav ing hired to a man in Lexington to assist in shipping a lot of mules He first worked in a coal mine then on a farm near Fair mountVa for a year after wards for three years and over on a farm at Grovers Gap near LittletonHe he had a good place enjoyed the work and was very kindly treated by his employer While there he attended the county schools About a month ago he deter mined to come home and wrote to Assistant Postmaster J R Todd to find out if his father and fam ily were stiil here He was in formed that they were and started homeHe he has never had to beg for money or food but was able to work for all he had and has en joyed himself He says he will stay here with his father for a time but later expects to go to California to reside The family were delighted at his return a sturdy and strong young manwith very little resemblance to the delicate looking boy that skiddooed CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionIspoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsis a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough RestIlessttkhlJGernumlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumpttvesthere and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists 1 yr in ipriL HORSE BADLY HURT Mr Ed Power has a blind horse which was standing under an apple tree in the yard at his home on East Main street An apple fell on his head frightening him when he dashed away falling over a pile of brick and crashed into the end of the greenhouse nearest the house cutting and mangling his breast and legs and breaking a blood vessel in his left hip which rapidly filled up under the skin until it was as large as a mans two fists THE WISDOM OF ANIMALS You can not Induce a lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must eyesYoustomach Kodol for dyspepsia takes up the work for your stomach digest what you eat and give it a rest Puts it back In condition again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by J W Gayle GROUND BROKEN FOR THE FRANKFORTVERSAILLESTRACTION The Woodford Sun says The work of grading the road bed for the FrankfortVersailles electric line was begun Monday at a point threefourths ofa mile from town on the Frankfort turn pike A force of fifteen or twenty teams and a number of laborers are at work Private rightofway has been secured the entire distance and the company has already made payment to a number of the prop erty owners NOTICE Strayed from the Waits farm near Midway one bay mare 5 or 6 years old about 15 hands high both hind feet white one front foot partly white heavy black mane and tail white streak in face indistinct brand on one shoulder Finder will receive 10 by notifyingIMISS MARY WAITS KyRIt If your stomach Is weak youIfUse Dr Shoops Restorative one month and see what It does for you Sold by all dealers FINE FARMSOLD Mr Morton L Railey of Passa dena Cal has sold his fine farm of 500 acres to Mr John H Lee und soils for 22000 This place is known as tho Len Cox place and is located near Steadman town It is a fine farm Mr Railoy rented the farm last fall to Mr Chas Martin und went to California to live hia wife being a California lady CA 10Dol ABean Slgnaurt of A tha Alwas am Early Risers The famous lulls pubs LEXINGTON FOURTH OF JULY The Bullet is now in Lexington HightinWhat is the Bullet do you ask Why it is the big airship the biggest of its kind in the world and it will make a flight over the fields and meadows of the Blue- Grass on the Fourth of July At the height of 2000 feet it will encircle the grounds but the point of interest is to watch it at anchor struggling to get free to see the liberation to watch it rise sailing round and rouuduntil it reaches the desired height and then sail away under perfect con trol of the operator making a trip to a neighboring town and return to settle once more at the point of starting Prof Leslie B Haddock the designer builder and owner of the airship arrived in Lexington Wednesday with his Monarch of the Clouds on a special and brought corps of assistants with himArrangements have also been made with the famous DnAcos family who are renowned as the champion rifle shots of the world Three will be three heat trot ting and three heat pacing races in which some of the most noted steppers of Kentucky will take Add these milerunpart to a ning race bicycle und automo bile races and you have an after noon of genuine Kentucky sport and amusement Two big bands will furnish mu sic The entire affair will be opened with a monster with floats bands and bamlersa royal pageant of splendor and instruction Special excursion rates will be given on all railroads and traction lines For particulars see small RumseySecreta FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION The coming 4th of July which falls on Wednesday next will bo duly celebrated in this city The Business Mens Club has arranged the following program Band concert at old Capitol 1080 a m- Master of CeremoniesHon L F JohnsonAddressBy Hon South Trim bleMusic by Second Regiment Baud Oratorical Contest Subject Time Day We Celebrate by young mon over 18 years of age time limit 15 minutes not less than three entries for 10 in gold first prize 5in gold second prize MusicIn afternoon and evening the members of tho Y M 1 will givo a delightful picnic at Glen wood Park when all kinds of amusements will he engaged in and many handsome prizes awarded n4t I J rlt A HUSTLKR dipt J D Saline the Suprin tonclent and Manner of tlo Trac tion Co is hustling thing along j in this city In addition to giving a first class street car service heYis putting the road in shape for the big interurban car without interfering with traflic he is hard lat work lowering the grade on Ar r lington Heights replacing the light rails and ties with heavy material so that when the force of men now at work on the Ver isailles end reach this city the connection can be easily made V He is the right man in the right placesurew Pink lips like velvet Rough chapped or cracked lips can be trade as sort aa velvet by applying at bedtime a liRbttcoating of Dr Shoops Green Salve effect on the lips or skin of this most ex eellentointntent is always immediate and certain Dr Shoops Green Salve takes out completely the soreness of cutsburns bruises and skin abrasions It is surely a wonderful and most highly sat Isfactory healing ointment In glass at 25c Sold by all dealtrsO genuiaiLaxative I the remedy that cure n cold IB one day 1 Two iI T Dyspeptics I If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of If you are too lean the musclostreniUJJ assimilated that you eat are not Lean thin stringy people do not bats t enough Pepsin in tho stomach while fat peoplo have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach and la n exactly those proportions necessary enable the stomach and digestive organs tl- tbetIndiHeartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the I tissues and gives firm flesh dtr tolQfy es uitu tt- lrtalr 1cut rnr ra t te w a au velFOR SALE BY J W GAYLE JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASOH FRANKFc J9XY Will build Chiiuueys Cisterns and Milk j houses iu any part of County Boiler 1 Furnace work and repair Pkode 528 33Gtu j Q it1 ea rt rla n t 4 fw JI t p h E 1441i CI 1 111 i Grutcfier Simpson Special OfferION MENS AND YOUNG MENS HIGH CLASS ALL WOOL HAND TAILORED SUITS JUST WHEN YOU NEED THEM 300 Outing Suits Coats and pants1000 and 1200 suits 750 1500 1800 and 2000 suits 1250 300 Mixed Suits j Goats vests and pnnts1000 and 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 CRUTFCHER SIMPSONMAIN STREET Watch Our Specials Every Saturday STAMPING GROUND Several persons went from here to Cincinnati on the excursion train Sunday last We had lots of rain until Monday of this week when a change for the better set in IIonacreage is smaller than last year on account of a searcityof plants About all the wheat has been cut and while the straw is short the berries are lino told the heads well filled With favorable weather for threshing the yield will be above the average Aunt Charity Takecare very well known and worthy col ored woman died since my last letterMiss Ethel Rhorer of Jessa mine couirty was the guest of her sister Mrs T T Wash Mr J G Blanton purchased from Mr J B Glass 12 shares of Citizens Bank stock for 130 per share Mr R S Sprake has Miss Margaret Kiser of Lexington as a visitor this week Miss Lucile Oldham of Marshall Mo was the guest of her uncle Mr W H Oldham this weekMrs Alico Dickorson of Val nut Hills Cincinnati was the guest of her sister Mrs Geo E Wilkerson this wok Quite a number of members of the Baptist Church attended tho General Association at Richmond this week- The heavy rains followed by the hut sun have given tho weedH a boost and the average farmer will have to hustle to keep ahead of them Mr Hugh Cannon and wife of El Reno Okla were guests of Mrs W H Qatewood and Mrs J W Herin of this plnceI Dr Wearers Tre 9jnp puriflw blood Cerate bele ekin emptier r tT LAME EVERY MORNING A Bad Back is Always Worse In the Morning Frankfort People Are Finding Relief A buck that achns all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning Makes you feel as if you hadnt slept at all Cant cure a bad back untillou cure the kidneys Deans cure sick kidneys make you feel better work better rest better and sleep better Permanent cures in Frankfort prove the merit of Deans Mrs Margaret Weltel of 318 Hero street wife of Lucas Weltzel baker by trade now retired says For n number of years I suffered from a persistent itching across the kidneys At times my was so bad that I could hardly sit still get up or down or lift anything even of Ordinary weight At night it bothered me so 1 could not rest com fortably told when I first arose in the morning I felt tired and worn out The kidney secretions were irregular highly colored and distressing told on standing deposited n heavy sediment I saw Dorms Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J Gnyles drug store and began to use them In a few days I no ticed that the secretions had assumed a natural appearance the pains and aches left me and I felt as ever lifter completing the treatment Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word in favor of Donns Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 00 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for tho United States Remember the name Deans and take no other WORK BEGINS On Traction Line Between Frankfort and Versailles W J Hayden a contractor of this city began work at Versailles Monday working on the traction line between Frankfort and Versailles Mr Hayden has boon busy for the lust week employing laborers and collecting wagons carts etc with which to carry on the work construction George MacLeod of Versailles an engineer for the Lexington tend interurban railways will su perintend tho making of the road The right of way was laid oft about two weeks ago and fenced in im mediately The work of construc tion will bo pushed rapidly to completion and it is likely that by spring there will be an interurban line running from Lexington to Frankfort Lexington Leader June 25 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerato- BnccetefolUeotmeiil for blood and elfin eue ivi LATEST STYLES IS WALL PAPER latestlstMain Street Opposite Engine House tfEXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE 100 Frankfort Ky to High Bridge Ky Sunday July 1 via F C Ry and Queen it Crescent Route Special train Leave Frankfort F tC C Ry 980 a in Fare to Georgetown on above train 50c round trip NEW CURE FOR EPILEPSY J B Vnterinnn of Wntertown 0 Rural free delivery writes My daugh ter atlllcted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Lifo Pills She hits not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life Riving tonic pills on earth 25c at ull druggists =esSTREET OAK SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 020 a in and every ten minutes thereafter till 030 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1030 On the cemetery line they leave same place at 030 a m and every thirty min utes till 1000 p in Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 a in and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 050 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt OASXOElrABears the A FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS 1ho Southern Railway have inaugurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a in and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates froo reclining chair oars on night trains from p1 IngtQn and Danville to St Louts also Pullman Sleeper throe h from Danville to St Louis Tho Southern Railway is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 48 miles the short 1est to St Louis 1 1 r LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY fSUMMER TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 20 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 DailyEx IIPM No Daily IAMI JStatl IJ Sand A NoS YIJ- AMA 2j3 745 0I Lexington0 1010I 6os 310 825 Winchester 520 L S E Junction 50t 013 Clay City d874S4325I U2l Stanton 828 425 950 unction 803 954 Natural Bridge 855 457 1008 Torrent 747I 892 518 1029 Beattyvillo Junction 76 829 545 1051 Athol 253 005 11d O K Junction IroM 280 610 1130 Jackson 9 226 Trains No and except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Nos a and mtiko close connection at OIC K Junction for points on tho O K RyTrains Nos and connect at L E Junction with the 0 O Ry Ry for It Sterling Trains No and connect ut Beatty villu Junction with tho L S A Ry for Beattyville and local station- J R CHARLES SCOTT General M anacer G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY = NoSIINO22 No83I INo tile = A M Lve P M LVjAMArlpurI 0080 925 230 O is K Junction 885 116 168 Wilhumt 417 1152 843I 152 Hampton 480 1168 128 Leo City 510 122 10I 122 HefcclmwH 518 1228 ILOI 105 Cannel City 545 1245 27iNos d2 will make close connection at K Juetion with Nos and for points on tho Loxlnt ton and Eastern Railway M L TONLKY Hnnnrintnmlont t CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SlgnatUftlof Stations Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect February HIUU subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest SOS A M and 014 P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Pbiladel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 PI Daily 23lyr jDaily Ex M ArI Daily Trains BARR r FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown papor suit able for putting under carpets Ap ply at tills once 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac lending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion anquickly nn probably mmunica UonllRtrlcUconOdential on l mtenta rent free Oldest for Bccurinstxatcnts- Patnntn takoo through Mona tt receive tpetialnotlct lathe Scientific fliwricatu A handsomely niiutrated weekly onUtlon of menUDo journal Terms ear four month L Bold by IONN Coal11Broaahay N wdiBroach m R I at WuhlnatoDo r t