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IIIVOL XXIXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 7 L906 NO 44 i WHITE CANVASS- OXFORDSIf t tjDainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the Pumpand the demand for Pumps grows stronger every day t Also Pink Blue and Grey Canvass Blucher Oxfords k White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 27r l kBlue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 fi R K McCLURE SON i212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY LITTLE ITEMS Efforts are being made to in ExChief Justice W S dc4Pryor of Henry county to enter the race for the Democratic nom ination for Governor Attorney General N B Hays opened his campaign for the Dom ocratic nomination for Governor at New Castle on Monday last 1 Gen Hays made a bitter attack tfon the Democratic machine- Miss Mattie Hughes of Mid r way won the trip to Europe given by the CourierJournal for the most popular young lady in the 10th District whioh embraces Woodford Franklin Scott and r other counties The party will start from the CourierJournal office in Louisville on Thursday July 12th and will return on Wednesday August 29th to the starting point p The total assessed value of property liable to taxation in the State of Kentucky after the Board of Equalization had made its final decision is 678084918 an increase over last year of 80515 828 Hustle seems to ho the word now as to the building of tho Traction Lino from this yty tot Versailles Tho drawback is the scarcity of labor which will soon be remedied W1For tho first time since tho street railroad company has been in existence wo have a real sys I tom Col Salloe knows his busi pass and requires his employes not only to know their duty but 1 otter still to do it There is ihatienlly no room for com ant about the service now and HI people are showing their ap are riding on nrIjiatfonasthey tho cars as never hove done heretoforeIThe F Cnnd Q C Rail roads will run one of their delightful excursions to Cincinnati tomorrow Train loaves Frank fort 7 a m Returning leaves Cincinnati at S8U p m Fare 1125 See ad That celebration of tho Fourth of July at Lexington was one of the rankest fakes ever set up on a trusting public The Air Ship didnt ship worth a cent and it was known before hand that it wouldnot fly Yet thousands of people were enticed to pay 50 cents to see it The howl that went up from the crowds of people when they were returning home was something to make the man tigers quake in their shoes The Glorious Fourth was indend an ideal day Just enough sunshine and shadow and all tem pored by splendid breezes which made every ono glad to bo alive A big syndicate headed by Mr Louis des Cognotts has purchased a controlling interest in the famous PhuMiix Hotel and will build a big addition on the east end of the propertyI Col Robert E Woods the pop ular now Postmaster at Louisville assumed the duties of tho place on July 1st Mr Woods is a man of fine ability alVability and dis cretion Ho will make a splendid omoerIWo wore surprised and indig nant whom wo saw the condition of beautiful Elkhorn crook above Switzor It wits covered with a groazy scum caused by tho refuse GoorgoItown use fish are said to bo dying and stock refuse to drink it This 1 outrage should be put a stop to at once We favor tho establishment of mauufacturies and such things but they ought to remem bar that they must obey the law as well IA party of surveyors are taking topographical measurements of thenortheast part of this county for the U S Government They were hero Monday night and Tues day morning Several of them were students from State College Cholera is playing havoc at Manila P I in its most deadly form The National Banks are going to test the constitutionality of tho law taxing the stock in such institutions for 1900 The law went into effect Juno 11 this year while all other taxes are assessed as of date September 1905 It looks like a strong point being expost facto Our banking institutions have declared semiannual dividends as follows State National 8 per cent National Branch Bank 8 per cent Deposit Bank 8 percent Farmers Bunk 5 por cent All of them are in tine shape A colored lunatic by tho namo of Cahrles Taylor was sent to tho Eastern Asylum on Wednesday Ho was violently insane Time F C Railway gives notice in todays paper ofn series of excursions to Niagara Falls at tho extremely low rate of 1 SO for tho round trip For further particulars see time advertisement and write to Col C W Hay Gen oral Passenger Agent Dont think that piles cant bo cured Thousands of obstinato cases have been cured by Doan s Ointment store 50 cents at any drug A WORD TO THE WISE We desire to sound a note of warning to certain individuals who are laboring under the im pression that some of their os capades in this city are not known They must not think that they can carry on intrigues here with out people becoming wise to it A certain prominent individual of a near by city came here re cently and brought a strange woman with him registering at a hotelas man and wife and gen erally behaving as though a mar ried couple Conduct such as this is not allowed to go unnoticed here however much it goes elsewhere lime authorities are on to the game and the parties may hear later something they will not care to have made knowniVerbum sap- Excursion on tho good steamer Falls City this evening See small bills- BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and permanently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in tho Rocky Mountains Pure and sim ple but sure and certain Acts like magic on the Kidneys and eongestlouGout Jaundice and Brights Dis conIiucedFor snlo by Frankfort Drug Co 8 N COUNTY COURT 71Y Monday was county cuclay and there was only a moderate crowd in town owing to the farm ers being so busy taking care of their wheat and rye crops and hustling to keep ahead of the weeds in tho corn crops There was a pretty good supply of horses on the market and somme good ones but the holders were very still in their prices so that many were not sold There were a number of cows told calves and some short year lings on the nuuket They brought fair prices only Some few good mules were sold ht fancy prices Ordinary stock was higher even than at last court limo crowd dissolved early und the farmers wont back to tho pressing work of the farm eAN OVERWORKED STOMACH Try a little Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals See the olloct it will produce on your general fooling by digesting your food and helping stomach to got itself into shape Many stomachs are overworked to th point whcro they refuse to go further Kudol YOurIits reconstructive properties got tho stomach buck into working order Kodol relieves llatulciuo sour stomach palpitation of the heart belching etc Sold Ityf W Gayle + e ITALIAN LEES FOR SALE I have for salt 20 stands of Italian Boos Apply on the prom ises MISS WILLAXNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn Ky 12tf tp genuinoLaxativethe remedy that cures u cold in one day t 61 tOUR GREAI REMNANT r 1 idND CLEARANCE SALE Continues to draw largernumbers or economical buyers Every day we ureIoffering new If you have not uttelldeaithis sale yet dfl1t any longer COME TO DAY and see what is in store for you 1spIt White Goods 1 40 inches wide French Lawns for Shirt Waists and Dresses fine quality worth 20c sheer1Price I5c per yard 40 inches wide PersianJLawns this is an extra value worth20c8ale Price I5o per yard 82 inches wide India Linou real fine quality worth 25eSale Price 5c per yard J Childrens Wash Dresses1 Lot Childrens Dresses made of Gingham dale a Price 25c Lot Childrens Dry sses irr well made regular price 50cSale Price 39c Lot Childrens Dresses well made and neatly trimmed worth j 100 SalePrice 89c Ribbons Lot Silk Ribbons No 5 to 40 at just Half Priiv v Lot Parasols in Iulllrstat Half PriV- tIundreds of it her iar 1gilin gifted Come and l11 for yourlf C3 KARIN 1 it BRO j 41 St Clair St at Bridge j IitilifUiMtQlIitu4bittJi ir c i8 rtr i it trr I t WEITZELS GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALEI l EcIH iC AilgLillIl IaIIiiBa O OUR OR AT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE IS GOING ON EVERY DAY This means a great opporunity for the Cash buyer ReadtoWear findBARGAINSgarmentin V Wool Dress Goods nuc lOc Fancy Silks 2Uo 100 mack Silks GJc SOc Table Linen Sag m DepaltlllentliOc h 4Hc Fancy Silks 3lo 12P Black Silks 8Jc Table Linen 49c- lHf75c iIC 75c Fancy Silks 4Jo Black Silks ISo Tfio Table Linen of our Store lOe Iilo 100 Fancy Silks ti9c 8iso Wash Goods Mo 100 Table Linen 8 Kic100 79c r 0c Black Silks 39c Wash Goods 7c 7jic Embroidery 125 8Jc Black Silks 490 12e Wash Goods lOc tHao Embroidery oIlliO JJc Tfio Black Silks 16o Wash Goods 12J0 10o Embroidery 7joL- fio Wash Goods 12c Embroidery I2o FDONT FAILCorsets Hosiery Laces Underwear and Handkerchiefs Are All Reduced I fp IA few Eton Suits at just half price Any Spring Jacket or Wrap at half price I to attend this 500 Dress Skirts 3l8I 7 and 750 Dress Skirts6598I 150 Wnsh Skirt 250 Wash Skirt 400 Wnsh Skirt 349 saleGCand6SO Dress Skirts 125 Wash Skirt 200 Wnsh Skirt j 11I 300 Wash Skirt 00I 5 00 Wnso Skirt 398 A Big Lot of Odds and Ends and Remnants which we will Sell at Ridiculous Low Prices CHARLES J WEITZEL PERSONAL Mr G H Dalton spent Saturday In Brock Is visiting relatives in Lexington Judge J D Black of Barbourville was here Thursday Senator H C Gorin of Greensburg was here Wednesday Mr J Paul Swain Is visiting his parents at Smithfield Miss Splcie Belle South has returned from a trip to Europe Mr D L Ringo has returned from n visit to St Louis Mo Miss Sarah Mahan has returned from a trip to Mammoth Cave Col Sam n Smith spent Friday with friends near Peaks Mill Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott are visiting at Lebanon Ky Miss Virginia Gray has returned from a trip to Mammoth Cave Mr Thornton Edwards Jr of Ver sailles was here this week Miss Annie Samuel is visiting relatives at her old home in Missouri Miss Eloise Booe and Grace Tobin are visiting friends at Lebanon Mr N T Armstrong of Great Cross tugs was in the city Monday Miss Helen Sleightof Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Claranet Nelson Judge W E Settle has gone to Bowl ing Green to spend his vacation Mrs A T Kirtley and children are guests of relatives in Louisville Mrs N B Hays and daughter left Thursday for Martinsville Ind Mr C P Chenault made n business trip to Eastern Kentucky this week j Mr L L Oberwarth wife and child visited in Cincinnati on Wednesdsay Mr Allen Bond of Lawrenceburg at tended the German on Tuesday night Mrs Lula B Lon moor has returned from n visit to relatives at Cynthiana t Mr Loraine Rogers of Texas is visiting his brothers and sisters in this city Mr H K Ward of tIle Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city Monday fMrs Jennie T Cardwell has returned visit to her mother in Louisville Mr David Nicol and daughter Miss Nary Todd spent Wednesday in Lexing ton Hon R S Rose and Mr H H of Williamsburg were in the city oniPuee slayI Mottle Norris left Saturday for Lula Miss where she will visit her sane Miss Mary Clifford of Eminence was the guest of Miss Mary Eggleston this Alfred Donaldson of San Fran cisco Cal visited relatives here this week jMr J D Denhardt of the Bowling Green Times Journal was here this week Miss Esther Burnam of Richmond 1s the guest of Misses Chlnn Shelby street Dr Robert Gibbs of Harrodsburg visiting his sister Mrs Gordon on Todd street JSIr John B Dryden Jr and Mr Kulph Morse visited in Lexington Wed nesday Col Jog W Hedden of Mt Sterling State Printing Inspector was in the city L Samuel was the guest of Mrs John Morgan In Lexington on Monday Miss Mattie Hutchison of Lexington was the guest of Mrs W F Hearne on Mayme and Pattie Thomas have returned from a visit with friends in the countryMr E Elllwanger and wife are visiting Mr Duurd Black and wife for ten days Mrs Christian of Louisville Was the guest of Dr J W Hill and wife this week Mrs R M Bergman and son Western vjf Irvine are guests of Capt 1 T West end wife Mr R L Stone of Kansas City Mo HazelriggThursday t j i i 65 iilt rfh 7fJlCPIIII Mr Bradley Weltzel Is visiting his brother Mr Geo F Weltzel in St Louis Mu Mr J B Lewis visited relatives in Versailles and Louisvilllo on Saturday and Sunday Mrs S M Snufley is visiting her parents Mr S H Buughman and wife StanfordMiss Gaines of this county has gone to Eminence where she will visit relatives Miss Ruth Stoll of Louisville is the puest of her cousin MUs Florle Hodman CUllpbellltreet Mrs C Gran Graham of Newport is visiting Mrs Mollle E Thomas and fam ily Murray street Col Ed E Abbett of the K D W H Co made a business trip to Louisville on yesterday- Mr John W Milam and wife visited Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife at Cen terville Saturday Mr Garrard Rodman of Chicago Ills GuyBarrettMr B M Turner and wife of Lexing ton were guests of Mr Hurry Rogers and wife this week Mr Geo C Graddy of Versailles was tho guest of his brotherinlaw Mr Late Crutcher this week Mr Jas H Dryden and son of Hamil ton Ohio are visiting his parents Mr John B Dryen and wife Capt C C Calhoun and wife of Washington City were guests of Miss Eilza Overton this week Mrs Elizabeth Campbell and daugh ters have taken rooms with Mrs S Payne on Conway street Miss Nettle Wnlcutt who has been the guest of Mrs H S Keller has returned to her home at Lakeland bustsinterest of their big store Dr S E James and Messrs Hiram and John Cannon are camping up the river on their house boat Mr Jas F Montgomery Jr who has been at Virginia Military School re turned home Friday night Mr Herbert Stanley of Nashville Teni who has been visiting friends here has gone to Cincinnati Miss Virginia Thomas who has been with her aunt Mrs C Gran Graham in Newport has returned home Mrs John J McGifrk and daughter who have been visiting relatives in Lex ington have returned home Mrs A C VanWinkle who has been fofvisita Mrs John G South entertained at the Country Club on Thursday in honor of Mrs Jere South of Arkansas Mr George T Hodges of Louisville the Fourth with his sister Mrs J I Crutcher on the West Side Mrs W C Jones and children of Louisville are guests of Mr Marcus A Jones and wife Conway street Mr L P Hulette of Louisville was in the city on Monday In the Interest of a Louisville Tobacco warehouse Mrs Bettie Benton Miss Lena Benton and Mrs Burb Blackburn are guests of Mrs T C McKee at Woodlake Mr Charles Pilkington of West Vir ginia is visiting his parents Mr A Pilkington and wife week Mr Grover Land of the Toledo Ohio baseball club paid u flying visit home on Thursday He Is doing finely daughterMuryJohn F Davis and wife this week Mr K T Lambert and wife who have been visiting relatives at Ashevllle N C returned home on Friday night IndianapolisIndPattle Williams has returned home Judge L Stout of Versailles was hereto try a case In chambers on Thursday it being the Normal School case Mr Frank D Clark wife and child who have been visiting relatives in Lewis county returned home Friday night Miss Margaret A Lewis left Versailles fur Harriman Tenn on Tuesday to visit her brother Mr Win A Lewis Mr Elliott Ford who hue been attend ing Georgetown College has accepted a position with the Capital Lumber Co Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city Thursday on business for the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co lu VWII Mrs Frances Bond and Mrs J W Adams of Stamping Ground were guests of Mrs this week Mr Sam P Brown and wife of New York City who have been visiting rela tires here left for home Saturday night lint J Alex Grant and wlfo left Thursday for Washington City to visit Mrs Admiral Asa Walker their daughter Rev C R Hudson left Wednesday for Paris Ind and will go thence later to Chicago Ills to be gone July and Au J Smith Hays of Winchester was in the city on legal business Satur day the guest of his uncle Gen N B Victor Gretter and daughter of Kansas City Mo who have been guests of Mr H A Gretter have returned N Wesley Cardwell of Harrods burg who has been the guest of Mr J Morgan Chinn and wife has returned W L Cannon and sons Hiram and John of Midway were guests of Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this John M Bull and son who have been visiting relatives in Hopkinsvllle and Louisville returned home Friday Ben Newhouse of Chicago Ills was called here to attend the funeral of his brotherinlaw Mr M L Crutcher Helen and Mary Steele and Miss Bacon Figures of Tucumbia Ala were guests of Mrs John F Davis Broadway this week Mr John T Rodman of Louisville who has been the guest of his parents Col Jos L Rodman and wife has turned home Mr C French Thompson of Do sett Tenn who has been visiting his parents Mr L P Thompson and wife has re turned home Mrs Robert L Pbythian and eon of Indianapolis Ind who have been guests of her brother Mr T M Phythin have returnedhome Mr Walter F Goodwin of St Louis parentsMrhome Tuesday Mr L Y Brock of Lincoln Neb after an absence of twentyfive years Is visiting his brother Mr Geo M Brock at Crescent View Miss Annie and Virginia Bridgeford have returned home after a very pleasant visit to their cousin Katie Bridgeford of Cincinnati O Mr Murray Brawner has resigned his position with the Frankort Drug Co to accept n place with Mr R A Brawner in the coal business Prof H C McKee who i s camping on Elkhorn at Tacketts Grove took his spendWednesday Miss Cede Lewis of Owensboro who has been visiting her cousins Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis near Woodlake returned home Thursday Mrs John C Bridges Miss Edna Bridges and Master Jr left Wednesday for Niagaraballs and Canada to be gone several weeks Councilman C M Bridgeford and fam ily left this afternoon for Stoney Creek with the yacht Rescue and houseboat Lottie where they will camp and fish for the next ten days Mr M L Crutcher and Mr Claude S Huzelrigg spent the Fourth on Elkhorn creek and the tales they tell of their wonderful catch of bass has set Col Jim Gibbons wild to get there U S RECRUITING STATION HERE In room No 103 of the Capital Hotel a branch recruiting station for the enlistment of soldiers in the regular army has been opened FOR A SHORT TIME 28 nice photos 25c 4 positions Gallery next door west of State National Bank 44lt eDr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood Ce liP oreptfaar fiUfu i r I 1N 3EYou Can Not Afford To Miss Call and you will be Astonished at the Price of Silks Dress Silks 65e and GOc for 39c India Silk 25c White China Silk 45ciBlack Taffeta sold many places for 150 and 125 Q8c- Beautiful Dress Silk in patterns 65O 8 and 11 Iasuitany of them worth 10 to 15 t Dress Goods75c dress Goods for 49c Novelty Suitings 150 and 125 for 98c AllWool Serge 50c and GOc 39c Lawns and Muslins 5c 8c 9c and OC a yard The New Creation in Belts 10c 25c and 50c Muslin and Lace CurtainsYou can save 25 per cent on this class goods Rugs Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths FeJe 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 I impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE andwill out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a ntW vehicle of any buyingVe 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 costISeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD CM BROWXIXG President Sec and Treas J iiCINCINNATI4IL111J AND RETURN F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday July 8th If f Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with newsjg attractions ft i ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS i I t jIIJ wfit Mill End Calico By the- Pound J 5 Pound Rolls of the Best Calico 98c THE 3EAQNYou 1 Mill End Underwear f Mill End Lace tof Mill End Dress Goods r Mill End Wash Goods Mill End SuitsrMill End LinenshillEnd 8kirtsaMill End End 1 Mill End Lace Curtains SCORE ANOTHER SUCCESS Manager J D Sallee has scored another success in the way the Traction Co handled the crowd the fourth of JulyI1onThere were over 5000 people carried to the Park und there was not a bobble in any way or any cause of complaint Besides this the company car ried other crowds to any place desired in the city Again we saythe right man in J the right place We have a real 4street car service TRIP TO ATLANTIC CITY From Frankfort August 2 pe sonally conducted by Dan M Eowmar editor The Sun Ver Oitythree ilIrondFor booklets and full details address Dan M Bowmar Ve sailles Ky 442t ENGINE BROKE DOWN TRAIN DELAYED The 935 eastbound L N train on Thursday morning had an unruly engine which finall- refused to go at all A lac freight engine was sent down and brought the delinquent train in at 12 m All mails from the West were accordingly delayed FOR A HORS rTIMEi positionGallery 3 National Bank 44lt y DJtll Early Risers p1110tAN OVERWORKED STOMACH Try a little Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals See the efee- itr will produce on your general G i W f tchelpingf into shape Many stomachs are overworked to the point whore If they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives your stomach the rest it needs while j gothec i order Kodol relieves flatulence H sour stomach palpitation of the heart belching etc Sold by J W Gnyle8JfIJ 31Genorally debilitated for sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out sad all run clown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman MoosupConn BARACA CLASS ENTER rAINED ontertniuedIthe members of the Baraca Glass of the First Baptist Churchon Thursday evening at his homo opposite Silver Lake Rev Dr M B Adams and quite a number of the members of the class were present They had a delightful onerwith the young men of the city and is growing in power and in fluence Farmers mechanics railroad ers laborers rely on Dr Thomas Eelectric Oil Takes the stir aronce Pain can not stay where it is used WHATS IN McCLURE The July McClnres Is n good hearty nrttoleddayythe whole well served withalttractive illustrations ninny in colors forAnproduringmophone is full of suggestion and in scleptlOcallysuperficial descriptions of the San Fran but Henry Anderson theImprcssionsHours written on the spot and at th ofIshownbystalment of the Story of LifeInsur ance In which he the career of thEquitable Lonifepressions of Mazzinl the Italian patriot and Kossuth the Hungarian Kiplings OhInglundcontinue hto 1hinged antifginlyOf1theflueIrishB Going and wlhe Home Wind nr poems worth reading and remembering Kiplingare of information stirs the spirit flesh and life of the time LAWIN SNINGS g 500 SONS j 1qRemedytchronic and difficult cases hereto fore regarded as incurable by physicians and is the most reliable prescription known to clean out and completely remove every ves tige of rheumatic poison from the blood Sold by all dealers STATE FAIR We earnestly hope that the question of the permanent loca tion of the State Fair will be set tIed at once and for all time There is no question but that Lexington is the proper location saytknown fact that no fair at that w elsehyfair each year- Lexington always has made a success agricultural fuirsIe A perfect bowel laxative for constipation sallow complexion headache dizziness sour stomach LuxePleasant to tukeLux- etaonly 5 cents Sold by all dealers Dont think that piles cant beI cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans store Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Bacceisfnl treatment for blood and skin diseases t- ir OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY H WHISKEYI t E H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky t Nl r 1ci AXfEDGentlemun or biwith good reference to travel rail or with a rig for u firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary adIJos A Alexander Frankfort Ky 42Gm Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have for sale 20 stands of premisesMISS WILLAXNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn K 42tr PRESSTHfBVTTON The Simpleit Sifeit PerfettSlflilllng ink to spillco clogging or shaking aInIn a Write the instant it touches tho Flash goldpenrubber and fully guaranteed Eagle Flash No 25 250Eaglewith eize gold cifgg Sold by Sutaooen and Other YOUR DEALER If he EagleFLASH tend the retail price direct to guarEagle Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York of IWt 3 illill End- Hosiery Ladies Lace duality Childrens Hose broken assortment reg quality GREAT r 1 750 1 f a THE VERY BEST R ROGERS drugo pa- perEagle150 I IDtml s Early Risers j famous little pills Chesapeake Ohio Ry 1 Schedule in enact July 1900 sub ject to change without notice IFar Louisville Nashville MenlphtlrWest and Southwest 009 A M and J14 P M Daily y For Washington Italtiniore Philadel OldPoint1018 1liItlld 741 P X Dailj 28 iyr AN IDEAL iVACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONEf e PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in This Country ITINERARY OF TRIP SpringsCrippleGods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River SpringsSaltMarshall Pass Klack Limon and six and oncliulf days in WONDtKFUL YELLOWSTONE FAIIK COST OF TRIP Expenses of an ordinary trip of this 4minimizcdall I t1 Special Sleepers will leave Louisville a Night of July 25tb j tl For loll particulars writetJ H GALLAGHER 1107 Barret Avenue LouisvillE qJ Af hXll J 11f Y THeFranMoKBDunflaDout Entered nt the postoilire at Frankfort Ken tucks nsset itehwsiuailablentatters QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 7 1906 GALLANT SOLDIER ANSWERS LAST CALL After many months of intense suiToring bravel home Copt John Y Daniel shipping olerk and general innnager for Messrs Hammond it Co lumber dealers answered the last summons at 580 on Monday afternoon aged 70 years Capt Daniel was born and reared near Shakertown and at one time was in comfortable if not affluent circumstances By reason of endorsements for friends and other untoward cir cumstances he lost his patrimony and with a determination to make his way in the world learned the business of a railroad engineer and followed that avocation on the main line of the L N rail road until his health failed Previously however ho had served as a gallant soldier in the 9th Kentucky Cavalry U S A Col R T Jacob being mustered out as Captain Capt Daniel married a widow lady by the name of Satterwhite after his return from the army They had no children but he was indeed a devoted father to his step children and cared for them as tenderly as if they were his ownFor several years he lived on a farm near Bridgeport After misfortune came to him he came to this city to reside and became yardmaster for the big sawmills of Messrs J G Dudley Bro at this time known as the RobertsPilkington Mills on the South Side Later he was with Mr 1 M Wakefield in a similar capacity Still later he was with Messrs W J Hughes Co and finally with Messrs Hammond fc Co by whom ho was employed when fatally stricken Although knowing that he had ithat fatal disease Brights he stuck to his post of duty until within a few days of the end that he might assist his stepdaughter and her children Gapt Daniel was first and foremost a Christian gentleman always especially tender and polite with ladies and children He was a fearless upright honest man never fearing to do what ho considered right regardless of consequences His word was his bond Scrupulously honest and direct ho had no patience with corruption dishonesty or shady transactions Ho was a member of the Epis serIresidence of Mr BudSatter white his stepson by Rev Win remainslJjeside his wife Ho leaves one sister Mrs Nary s1IIcircle of warmly attached friends to mourn his death A braver or truer man novdr lived We like best to call i SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em- phatically5 for perfect nutrition restorJr to to the nerves its action is that of a medicine sampleflP York2k Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble by our Heart Cure and New ine and I am just as sound as a dollar in that organ today For several years I had Breathinghadshort pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me and least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all were removed and have never sowed signs of returning REV GEO W KIRACOPE Chincoteague a There are many symptoms of heart disease which so closet of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach lungs become affected Again the ma be those of weakened symptomsI feeling sleeplessness timidity the easily excitable and apt to cause If you have the least suspicion that heart is weak study symptoms and begin the use of Dr Heart Cure the great heart and blood tonic without a days delay AU druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind SUDDEN DEATH While seated at the dinner table at his home on Holmes street on Monday last Capt W H Callis foreman of the sanding depart ment of the FordJohnson Cos Chair Factory in the Penitentiary threw his hands to his face and sunk hack dead Mr Callis had been in fine health with no premonition of death and had just come from his work caught his little daugh ter up in his arms and after fondling her for a little while sat down to dinner and was chat ting with his wife in a happy frame of mind when the stroke came He said to his wife just before that he was feeling a bit tired from the heat Dr J S Goodrich was at once summoned but the vital spark had fled He ascribed it to a sudden attack of heart failure Capt Callis had been sheriff ofI Trimble county afterwards a uard at the Pen until he had accepted a place with the Chair Co He was a member of Bedford Lodge I 0 0 Fof Trimble county The Odd Fellows of this city as soon as they learned of the death took charge of the re mains a delegation going with the body to Bedford where it was shipped on Tuesday morning Capt Callis was a member of the Methodist Church and Rev T 0 A Vaught held a short service at the home before tine body was taken nwnyIHe leaves a wife and one little girl to mourn his death dinInor1taste Complexion sallow Liver needs waking up Downs Regu lots cure billiousness attacks 25 cents at any drug store FIRST CASE UNDER DOG IJAVIThe first case under the Crown dog law in this county was a charge male by Mr Win Hutchi ofIClarks dog had killed some of his sheep The dog was identified HutchisonA byI sheriff was sent by Judge Polsgrove to kill the dog Clark would not have it A warrant was then sworn out for Clark with a 5 per diem penalty for not allowing the dog killed I FRANKFORTS FOURTH OF TUIYIFrankfort nut fourth of JulyIfor a set man South Trimble and a plat form had been erected in front of the old Capitol But owing to some misadventure Mr Trimble was not present Short addresses were delivered by Mr Mr Chas G Mutzenbergh and Mr Marcus A Jones Delightful music was by the Second Regiment renderedIi Later the big crowds went out to the Y M 1 picnic at Glen wood Park and had a fine tulle until a late hour in the evening Many of our citizens went to the country to various points and others to Lexington Louisville and Georgetown while many others enjoyed the quiet of an exceptionally fine day at their homesIwas a g city and everybody seemed to have a good time HsC- LOSE CALL A lad by the name of Dan McDonald was trying to learn to swim in the river on Saturday when he went beyond his depth and came near to drowning Luckily Master Willie Newman son of Mr Dan Newman was passing in a boat and succeeded in getting the unconscious boy to the shore where he rolled him around until he revived MANY LIVE 100 YEARS The chances for living a full caso10fwrites Electric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspapsia of 20 years standing and male me feel as well and strong as a young girl Electric Bitters cures Stomach and Liver diseases Blood disorders General Debility and bodily weakness Sold on a guar only50cSUDDEN DEATH bhlekismith in the employ of Mr E M Cbzine on Second street was stricken with heart failure on andi1assedSouth Side at 1 a in on Satur lay Mr Crutcher was a nephew of Dr W IJMessrs 11 h and Richard L Crutcher and has a wife and five small children- He was at work at his trade until just before the attack devel Oiled although ho had not beon in good health for some months The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr M B Adams from the Cemetery Chapel at 5 oclockon Sunday afternoon and the remains wore laid away in the family lot aAsTO EIIABeam theTheSignature Iof CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic eon consumptionis patiolttooproper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup nlornlugisso is a good nights rest anti the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo dnngerI leguIthero the few who are bonefUed and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottlE 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr Phiis1intJn11iik P J Laxativye Svr01prNATURES 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 Vegetable 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 BOTTLEF f Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbol rows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DR1SCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in ugh Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 n in to 7 p in and nt I niul p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p in nnd 10 nnd 13 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p in nUll at 0 and p in Lenve Georgetown every hour from 0 n in to 8 p in and at 10 p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 in to p in and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a in to 7 p m and at 0 and p m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 Managertf JfIuse put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package s For sale by J V Gayle and LeCompte 1 Gayle KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS Dr1KingsHew PriceOR 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLEB t J t Cases plain simple and I I Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI i Reliable St Clair S IF YOU BUY IT AT ITS I DISTINGUISHED MAN DIES SUDDENLY Hon R W Miller of Madison county who was a leader in the last Legislature was with progressive paralysis in Rich mond on Thuraday night Mr Miller was to have delivered t1n address before the State Bar Association at Winchester on Thursday afternoon but just as he was about td leave for that place was by the fatal maladyHe announced his candidacy for Representative in Congress from the District to succeed Hon G G Gilbert who will not be a candidate for reelection Mr Miller was an able and progressive man and will bo a distinct loss to the State ATTENTION Ill We are requested to call the attention of all housekeepers to the fact that the Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will have a cake sale in the rooms formerly occupied by tho Safety Vault and Trust Co in the Hume Building Main street this Saturday morning They will have cakes pies salads etc for sale at very reasonable days when it is so hard for housekeepers to obtain and hold cooks during the heated they can secure delicacies for ithem Sunday dinners from these ladies at such reasonable prices us to afford great relief Try itl IIPLUCKY LADY y On Wednesday night about 10 oclock Mrs Frances Guthrie living on the West Side heard a man attempting to gain entrance to her homo in the absence of her husband She called to know what was wan ted The man did Twenty Minutes Time Enough 7- To Cure the Worst From Any CauseNew Reduction Method Most headaches and pains yield instantly to the new Reduction Method Dr Shoops Twenty Minute Headache Cure The cause for these i pains is congestion a rushlnir ot blood the nerve centerswhich distends the ets to nearly tho bursting Swollen and enlarged these veins and caplllTtrles exert an andSexcruciating cease Hhless ache This new bloodjrectslttothoproyj per channels It nerve For centers from aU pressure and Irritationthe pains and aches dlsap peBr because their cause has been reV Headaches moved You maytryathouN f sand remo dies you may drug and stu plfy the nerves into submission but the remedy which brings prompt relief and permanent cure will be successful because it reduces the congestionit Kr must embody the Reduction Method V Medicine has thus J found a waysimple and sure yet the only way to thoroughly overcome these attacks of Head ache and Neuralgia The effect of Dr Shoops promptpercand recommended byIALL DEALERS J KEEPING A GOOD HATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed intyoutoneobey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers I 7VY A SELBERT Jeweler 230 SELBERTS GOOD reef- S attacked attacked Eighth LADIES pricesIn term Headache not reply Mrs Guthrie picked up her husbands gun wentto theIdoor and as the scoundrel took two shots at him but with out effect She then telephoned to the police Officer Johnson searched for the man but could not locate him FOR TRAVELERS And those who find It not convenient to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the sumo excel lent results from using Father Wil limns Indian Herb Tablets They pureHerbsnot a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stomach Billiousnoss and Malaria they will be found invaluable They are Regulatorknowndoses 85 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 3 o o STAMPING GROUND Quite a number of our citizens went to Lexington Wednesday to see the fake air ship flyit didnt flyIMiss Lula Price of Frankfort visited her mother Mrs Ely Jones this week Mrs Ophelia Mitchell nee Thomason of Knoxville Penn is the guest of lor aunt Mrs Belle Stone Mrs J J Yates is quite sick at Mrs Ron S Calverts Mrs Ben S Galvert is down with what is feared to bo malaria fever We regret to learn that the ven Lmdsnyishot weather and her age The farmers arc hustling in threshing their wheat Tho grain is exceptionally fine anti the yield bettor than many believed it would be Tho local market is ofloring 85 cents Mrs Frances Bond loft Satur day to visit relatives at Bagdad accompanied by her laughter Mrs Lida Adams who returned homo on Monday Miss Ruth Thomason of Johns town Penn together with her mother Mrs Mattie Baumgarton are guests of Miss Mattio Kelly Fine rains have visited this section in the last week and to gether with the warm sun have made the crops almost jump out of the ground and the weeds are trying to keep Uliso the farmers are on tho jump UNO eo Dr Shoops Restorative brings lasting relief in stomach kidnoy and heart troubles through the insido nerves No mutter how tho nerves become impaired this remedy will rebuild their strength will restore their vigor Remain bor it does 110 good to treat tho ailing organ tho irregular heart rebellious stomach diseased kid neys They are not to blame Go back to tho nerves that control them treat tho cause use a rem edy that cures through tho inside nerves Sold by all dealers NEW ORDER Under the new orders of Chief of Police Mangan an officer is stationed at the Fire Department day and night ready to answer calls For this week Officer Hamilton has the day watch and Officer Samples the night stunt Another new departure is that the patrolman for the South Side is mounted We doubt the wis dom of the latter order What is needed over there is four police mAn THE LIVER QUARANTINE TANG IrIS QHurried eating has ruined a mans stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual at first But it onl a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex pense of his health CiA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It locks in the diseased germs and bod poisons and affords them full play inviting some serious illness qIn families where August Flower is used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomaoh ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kidney and binder affec tions No wellregulated family should a remedygTwodruggists For sale by J W Gayle Get acquainted with SMITHS q If SMITHS MAGAZINE- and you are strangers we willsend you the magazine three months free that you may get acquainted fJI SMITHS is the biggest illus trated magazine in the world170 pages of reading matter and pic tures the same size page as the big standardmagazines like Harpers and Century q SMITHS is made up of the bestof everything best stories that can be obtained best tions that clever artists can iIIustraI and the best special articles by writers who know their thoroughly and write as ingly as they are instructive entertainI Q SMITHS also prints score or more prettyportraits in colon ofIbeautiful women in all thereIis no better magazine than in fact none nearly as ioodno matter what the cost Write today A postal will do Address Dept F Smiths Magazine 85 Seventh Avenue New York City 1J F C SPECIALS I cii1y 980 ITO NIAGARA FALLSETU t N VIA C H D Ry July 28 Big Four August 9 Pennslyvania Lines August 16 Erie R R August 25 The Frankfort Cincinnati Railway has arranged with the Pull man Co to send Tourist Sleepers to Frankfort which will leave here on 650 a in train July 28th running through to Niagara Falls in connection with C H D Ry Special leaving Cincinnati 130 p in Pullman fare 150 for berth Frankfort to Niagara Falls Res ervations now on sale Apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent Dont Let Worms Eat Up Your- Tobacco Profit It costs very little to pro tect your tobacco from the ravages of destructive worms In reality it costs nothing if you use a Paris Green that has as great killing power as ou- rGuaranteed Pure Paris Green priceforare insured by its use Our absolutely pure Paris Green is the cheapest Paris Green you can use as its greater strength makes it go farther than anything on the market It costs you only 35c per pound ii W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville No JlennphiN O Ltd No Leaved 010 p in Arrives j a m Now Orleans Special No Lenses iS p in Arrives 5 p m No Il Local Mull No Leaves j20 a in Arrives 455 p in For Fulton Pmlucalt and intermediate points Connection to and fron Elizabeth town HodKuuvillu and HopUlnsvilk except no Sunday service to Ellzaliuthtown and Hodgen ville Stops at nIl stations No Accommodation Xo Leaves 430 p in Ar IvvsOttSum toHodgenvilletun t atall Trains huts Dally j fi SOllTllERHAILAYSHORTEN AND BEST ROUTEIFROM Louisville Danville and- Lexington St Louts TO and The West Two Fast Trains Daily running through withoutILeave Dniiville 3oamLeave Louisville y00 u m Arrive St Louis 112 p iu Yeti uled Coaches and Observa tints Cafe Car P111TeaToLeave Louisville 10 is p zitrArrive St Louis 13 n In t Pulmim UecliningChair a Most Direct Lino to CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and JACKSONVILLE anti all Southeastern points illeltlttlug Asheville N C and tiful Land of tho Sky and lox away Country ofthotrated literature w G MORGAN Drl1 Lexington Ky H C KING C P 11 A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J AgtIllKy A H COOK C PT A ti JS4 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUXGERFORD Agent3tU B ALLEN A G P A St Louis MQ jio f l ittlh rrlll h vrrt i r MARRIED CRONINGERHAMILTON the residence of Mrs E II Elliott in this eityon Thursday Mr Chas M Croningor and Miss Caroline N Hamilton were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the South ern Presbyterian Churc- hFEAMSTERDUVALLAt the residence of the brides sister Mrs John H Stuart on Thurs day Mr Geo E Feamster and Miss Mary Brown Duvall were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church Mr Feamster is a clever hus tling young man superintendent of the Frankfort Shoe Co His bride is the youngest child of the late Dr Ben and Mrs Lucy F Duvall r She is a handsome and popular young girl We wish them all happiness t HORSE SALE Messrs King Bros advertise in this issue of our paper that they willoffer for sale on Monday next July 0 at Louisville one hundred western horses They are guaranteed to be good hardy animals Read the ad GLASS FACTORY t A committee of the Frankfort Business Mens Club heard a statement from Mr W F Modes of Cicero Ind on Thursday rel ative to building a glass bottle factory in this city It is thought probable that the t factory w ill come here PRESCRIPTION FOR SUMMERi COMPLAINT Dr Hugh Rodmans Year 1SGO Take a small doublehandful of I blackberry briar root cut up fine boil slowly in three pints of water down to a little less than one pint strain nl1dndd a teaspoonful each of ground cinnamon and powdered rhubarb a dozen cloves aIhens egg Simmer again for thirty minutes strain a second time and when cold add half a i teacupful of good French brandy t Bottle for use Dose One teaspoonful of this mixture which may be given three four or even six times n day as the purging becomes greater or less A Trite Saying It is a trite saying that no man is Stronger than his stomach Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomachputs to make ure rich blood helps the liver and Kidneys to expel the poisons from tho and thus cures both liver and kid ney troubles If you take this natural blood purifier and tonic you will assist your system in manufacturing each day a pint of rich red blood that is Invigorating to the brain and nerves The weak nervous rundown debilitated condition which so many people suffer from Is usually the effect of poisons In the blood it Is often indicated by pimples or bolls appearing on the skin becomes the feelings blue Dr Pierces Discovery cures all bloods humors as well as being a tonic that makes one vigorous strong and forceful It Is tho onl medlcino put up for sale through for like purposes that contains neither alcohol nor habitforming drugs and the only one every which has the Bional endorsement of the leading medical Writers of this country Some of these endorsements are published in a little book of extracts from standard medical works and will be sent to any address free on receipt of therefor by letterer posta addressed to Dr R Pierce Buff N Y It tells just what Dr Plcrceiiedlcliies are made of The Words of for the several t ingredients of whldi Dr Pierces medicines are composed by leaders in all the several medical practice and recommending them for the cure the t diseases for which the Golden Medical should have far IImore weightwiththe sick and afflicted any amount of the socalled testi l monials so conspicuously flaunted before the those are afraid to let the Ingredients of which their medicines Are composed be known Bear In mind that Golden Medical Discovery has TSE BADGE OF HONESTY on every bottle Wrapper in t full list of its ingredients Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets euro con itipatlon invigorate the liver and regu I te stomach and bowels Dr Pierces great thousandpage illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser ivlll be sent free paperbound for 21 one stampsAddr8Sr tI 1i i tn t t tti BIRTHS VERIIJLIn this city on Monday Juno 25 1000 to Mr Thos P Averill Hud wife a daughter BEATS THE MUSIC CURE To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place Poughkeepsie N Y I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by all druggists 25 cents ANNOUNCES FOR SUPERINTENDENT Prof M 0 Winfrey of Mid dlesboro has announced his can didacy for tho Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction Prof Winfrey is a live wide awake educator and has been a strong factor in the establishment of the two State Normal Schools HALF THBi WORLD WONDERS IHow the other half lives Those Bucklens Arnica Salve never wonder if it will cure cuts wounds burns sores and all akin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynold St Springfield Ill says I regard it one of the absolute neces sities of housekeeping Guaranteed by all druggists 25 cents THE HARGIS TRIAL The case of the Commonwealth v Jas Hargis charged with being accessory to the murder of Jas B Marcum is on at Beattyville From the accounts sent out from that place it looks like the affair is just like a volcano which is ready to burst out at any time and result in many deaths The authorities ought to send troops to that point to control the turbulent elements A prompt relief for croup One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm allays the inflammation the cough syrup with a reputa tion Sold by J W Gayle 1Dr Weavers Syrup Fnrtflea the blood Cerate ointment for the ads OaSTORXaBean thelimaSignature of sSTEADMANTOWN KINGS DAUGHTERS ENTERTAINMENT The Kings Daughters of Stead mantown Circle will give an ice cream supper at the residence of Mrs ChasT Martin the old Len Cox place on Tuesday evening July 10th Everybody invited to come and have a good time Everything will be first class especially the cause for which the entertainment is given NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH While Mr Eugene Carlton clerk in the Postof ice and young Mr Burdin were driving out Capitol Avenue on Wednes day last the king bolt of the buggy broke jerking Mr Carlton to the ground The horse was going at a good gait and Mr Carlton who held on the reins was dragged about twenty yards before the animal could be stopped Mr Carlton had one knee cut and bruised but was otherwise unhurt Mr Burdin was thrown out to one side of the buggy but beyond being shaken up was not injured It was a close call and Mr Carlton is to be congratulated upon his narrow escape from in- stantdeath jjliyJti BEATMSUhu MIDDLETON In this city on Thursday Paul infant son of Mr M J Middloton and wif- eIIUFFMANIr this city on Tuesday Mrs Catherine Bull man aged 76 years Mrs Huffman was the mother of Mrs W S Ilosson of this city She was a good woman a member of the Methodist Church The funeral and burial took place from time residence of Mr Rosson on Wednesday conducted by Rev J 0 A Vnught of the Methodist Church LETTER LIST Time following is a list of the advertised letters for the week ending July 7 1900 Arlund Peter C Co Cnrr Wm H Gabrielle J Lester Hopper Dr A H Hubble A C Harrod Bas or C D Lawson Moses Meferd Miss Betty Montgomery ATMiddleton D 11 D Maginke Miss Kate Oftutt Dr J N 2 Simmons Miss Kate Smith J D Sams Abl- Watson Mrs Flarist Williams M h calling for the above 1Persons pleabe say adver GEO L BARNES P M Women with weaknesses should never forget Dr Shoops Night Cure This magiclike local treat ment is used at bedtime all night while the system is at rest it is constantly building up the weak inflamedIsurely clean up all catarrhal and local troubles Sold by all deal ers CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Hears thedSignature of RAILROAD TIME TABLE L C N Louisville Accommodation leaves 640 amLouisville Accommodation returns 6 IB p m Train West 085 a m Train West 860 p in Train East 949 a in Train East 420 p in C O Westbound 909 0111 Westbound 614 p in Eastbound 1018 n in Eastbound 741 p in F Leaves for Paris 020 a in Returns 1825 a in Leaves for Paris 2JK p in Returns 720 pln J W WATSON Ticket Agent ateU S CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS A competitive examination under tho rules of the U S Civil Service Commission for the posi tion of clerk messenger store keeperganger in tho Fifth or Soy enth Internal Revenue District of Kentucky will be held on the 5th day of September 1006 com mencing at 0 oclock a m Applications for this examina tion must be made on the pre scribed form which withneces sary instructions may be obtained from the commissions local representative at the Frankfort Ky- postoflice or from the under signedApplications 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 examination should secure blanks 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 their appli cations the internal revenue die trict in which employment is de sired td I MD t The Kind You Have Always Bought ami which las been L in use for over 30 years has liorjoo the signature of i ami has been made under Isis personal YI supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive in this J JExperimcntsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment J tF What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare I gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of e The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Yearsi ifr WHITE MAPLE FLOORING This Flooring takes a beautiful polish and looks nicer than any Flooring on the market We Have Just Received a Car Load 1fJ Hammond Co To the Public and the Patrons of the Capital Gas Electric Light Go The Electric Current 104 volt 60 cycles ia sow in operation from a m till m every day and the charges for same will be by meter beginning July 1st lb upon the following schedule 20 cents per 1000 Watts Less 20 per cent on 6000 to 30000 Watts equal to IGc per 1000 W Less 80 per cent on 3000 to 60000 Watts equal to I4c per 1000 W Less 40 per cent on 6000 to 00000 Watts equal to 12o per 1000 W Less 50 per cent on 9000 to 120000 Watts equal to lOc per 1000 W Less 60 per cent on 120000 and over Watts equal to 8c per 1000 W The above schedule is to encourage the sale of electric current and prompt payment of electric bills on or before the 10th of each month following the consumption Respectfully yoursiE AUSTIN General Managera421 m AUCTION SALE OF HORSES TERMS CASH Bring your money with you We will sell at Auction and at auction only so do not come to buy at private sale We will sell 100 HEAD OF WESTERN HORSES one at a time to highest bidder at Frankfort Ky Monday July 9 1906 SALE WILL BE AT RAILROAD STOCK YARDS This Stook is Saddle and Driving Bred are light boned young and shapcyp Ages from 2 to 5 years Sale will commence promptly af 1000 a m regardless of weather All Dealers and Speculators should attend as we will sell without limit or reserve Stock will be in some Pasture two days before sale call and see them KING BROS For Sale Lots in Frankfort I have caused my land on Arlington Heights extending from the State Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dols lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on now avenues to be opened as and when the lots shall be sold and I have at my ofllce a plat monde by R A Frazier City Engineer showing the location and dimensions of time lots and pro posed streets und alleys to which I the attention of those desir ing to purchase lots for residence purposes Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots are sold And sower connection can be readily made Time location of those lots can not be surpassed for healthfulness and sceneryI in showing tho lots to all persons desiring to purchase and will make known the ApplicAtion872m JOHN B LINDSEY 10 FRO Song For people in troublewe just some pow cant help it But if is got you in trouble 1buyJEM- s i time and your troubles f will be over I Tug 1JE PI Milling CoFt Jr f ftI il j I PAINTS OILS GLASS LIMB CEMENT 7 r Screen Wire Screen Doors AdjustableScreen Windows OF ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector being absent Mr Chas Cllngmnn a lay reader will conduct the July 8 b 030 a m Sunday echnoL a m Prayer unit Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon i Wednesday 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 Sundayschool at 045 In the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 7 en chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free i CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor being away on his vaca preachingThe a I 11 thehapela m Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening a 745 In the chapel TuesdayahernoonEverybody invited FatheThomasLow Mass at 790 a m High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m CHURCRev pmSundayschool at 030 a m ChristianEndeavorPrayermeeting Wednesday evening a 780 p Vlelors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 Sundayschool at 945 a in pwortn League at 045 p m evening45pverybody invited to attend N will preach at a m and 780 p m Sabbathhereleave on Thursday next Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayer Wednesday at 780 oclockEverybody invited to attend WHEN GOES life fill 2 Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicide pillNow and factsDe Witts Little Early Risers are the by J W Gayle ee INTERNAL REVENUE Seventh District Revenue assign ments for July 1906 are Stoll Co LexingtonJ T Gunn day duty F G Sparks additional and bottling H S Foreman gauger 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frank lortW A Hamilton day C H Mo gan additional J G Barnett add- ttonal C N Wiard gauger a H E Pogue Distillery Co Mays vllle Oscar Grigsby day J n Dagley and bottling H G Holiday Gaines Co Frankfort J L S A Powell additional 0 MKash additional G 11 Scearce adl ditional W H Sneed additional J E Hanrahan bottling H T Gaines gauger 5 J E Pepper Co Lexington W aj HAJlDWAREOF MOST ALL KINDS RCSOWERCOSCall on them when in need of S Lynedny W B Anderson addition nnd bottling Amos Grltllth additional A B Piper meal room J M Steven sou night W F Croghnn and D C Berrymnn gaugers 6 Poyntz Bros CoJ S Wnlllng ford storekeeper gnuger 9 S J Greenbaum Midway J Black dny P G Powell additional H S Sinclair additional P P Pnrrlsh bottling W T Crosthwait gauger 10 Penock Distillery Co Klserton W G Cook day W W Cherry additional and bottling D C Borrymnn gouger S 0 Herbst FrankfortW Blending storekeeperganger G G White Co PorisoJ P Hutchcrnft day J M Walker additional J Phelps bottling D C Berryman gauger 17 Old McBrayer Distillery Co Mt SterlingJ J Kearns day C H Wick life additional and bottling H S ForeI man gauger MaysvillePtI bottling H G Holiday gauger 82 E M Babbitt VersaillesE Craig day J T Berry additional and botI gaugert Speed E Owen day E B Davis additional John Stephanski ganger 46 James E Pepper Co Yarnallton A V Combs day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T L McConnell meal room Henry Xewsoni night T H Shelby gauger 60 W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storkeepergauger 62 Labrot S Graham Frankfort U G Carey day C H Talbott additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frank fortH S Bell day G W McConnell Jtganger 77 Paris Distilling Co PnrlsJ M Russell day D J Shy additional R D Grant additional D Harp bottling D C Berryinan gauger J J M Snflell FrankTortJ G Browner day A W Xazor additional and bottling C N Wlard gauger 96 J N Blakemore FrankfortLbLeamster starekeeper gauger 16 Haynes Trundle Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeeper g auger 106 W A Gaines Co Frankfort F M Cisco day W P Bacon additional G T Montjoy additional T J Craig additional J M Fraley addi tlonal F D Clark gauger 118 G1 StaggCo FrankfortW 11 Saffell day I T West additional G P McCann bottling John Stephunskl gauger 853 Eastern Kentucky Distilling Co WebbvilleJ M Patrick storekeeper gaugerLexington Public Warehouse Co NofLexingtonJ R Sams and J Burbridge storekeeper gatlgers General Storekeeperganger Lezln tonG R Bullock Lexington Rectifying Houses Stall Co R S Strader Sons JEPepper Co The W J Smith CoAG Leonard gaugerFrankfort Rectifying House J P Williams H T Gaines gauger LOOK A LITTLE AHEAD rItof salvo iu the house Sunburn ii Should keep a box on hand at all times to provide for emergencies For years the standard but fol lowed by many imitators Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo tOAIBoors theThe HattJIwajs BJjnitnw lof II i rCl AT nlFrom Lexington Lender IN YE OLDEN TYME Scenes of Period When the Old Patriots Celebrated Mr Gun IncidentsYHoliday by the Old Boys By John T Gunn The true incentive to a fitting JulDy is patriotism The right kind of a celebration leaves a lasting im pression Let me describe two such OCCA91U119eSixty years ago today your correspondent was a witness to the last oldfashioned muster of the militia of Shelby county It was held at Chenowith Springs on the dirt road leading from Shelbyville to Mulberry school house A boy then 9 years old I could not grasp all the details but the great crowd the pjplnr stump used as a speakers standthe big flag the martial music with fifo and drum the barbecue the drilling and muster rife still vivid in my mind There were also groups of 1moo playing marbles with the boys and various little stand- from s which were sold cakes etc Lemonade was only sold in town then and cost ten cents a glass But the great feature of the day was the muster Two notable figures were General Logan and Colonel Merriwether with cocked hats and dressed in continental uniforms with kneebreeches an- uckles d The companies were mounted and the captains were distinguished by tall plumes in their hats The marching was by fours in a long procession thatI filed out into a large field where the troopers swung into platoons and companies that made a great display in showing how they could change front by the right or left wheel This was witnessed bathe spectators from an elevated many on top of the rail ences or on the tree tops The event of the day was Undo JaokI tYgAr horse Jim tt marching up und down the road admired by the crowd ns Jim kept step to the tap of the drum To my mind that t was a great occasion The praise bestowed upon the heroes of the revolution and the reverence shown our countrys inspired in me a love for the stars and stripes that has never waned but increases with added years The second scene was witnessed during the Atlanta campaign July 4 1804 On the preceding day our command filed through he town of Marietta Ga South the town we formed in line the battle on a long stretch ofI gently rolliing cultivated laud some distance in fIstrong earth works occupied by Confederate soldiers As soon as it was dark enough our skirmish a of the other skirmishers a serI geant of Co G 21st Kentucky Veteran Volunteers dug a skirmish pit with his bayonet and was the sole occupant of it His position was so perilous that the other soldiers were afraid to cross the open ground to reach him At very sound the enemys skirmish ers were firing at us from their gopher holes Very early July Fourth the reveille was sounded and trumpeted all along the line SANG STAR SPANGLED NER BAKI The sound had just died away when that single soldier began to sing the Star Spangled Banner When he reached the chorus it was taken up by the men in the line of battle Then every bugle and band in the entire army It way a calm morning with an occa wasic glad song echoed and reverberated through forest and plain Indeed it was a concert grand beyond description The countenance of start soldier seemed radiant with joy Fol this great outburst of song lilowing began to cheer and in near and far the regimental standards could be seen fluttering in the breeze They were so thrilled with enthusiasm that the line involuntarily ad vanced to find that the works in our front had been evacuated and that the treated to the ChnttachoochieI river The soldier who started that racket was Charles C Furr now resident of Frankfort Ky His comrades used to cull him Dock For two reasons One was he could not tolerate along tailcoat and the other was because he grew up in a neighborhood where the weed by that name was plentiful 0 That was a grout day for Dock He had hard service Tramp diramphis shoes were well worn and tied on with bark strings His pants were frayed at the bottom and hung by one suspender He no socks and his ankles Wt1flI r plainly visible The tail of his coat had disappeared and his hat brim was so broken that ho had to roll it under so as to give it the = appearance ofn cap Through the holes in the crown there were little tufts of hair sticking out He looked tough but he was game and gave ample proof of his pluck Sauntering through a forest to seeFif he could pickup a ration 1A RefrigeratorsWater CoolersSprinkling Hose FLOROID AND FELT ROOFING AND STEEL ROOFING ANY STYLE RELIGIOUS PRESBYTERIAv tlYRONG pillknotvil fSold Iadditional yieli skirl game of some sort he came to a little clearing and peeping through the hushes he spied a squad of Confederates seated by a spring He saw he could not retreat and having served under Sherman so long he resorted to strategy He stepped behind a tree and said Here they are come on boys tt He then leveled his rifle at them suit ordered their surrender and they grounded their arms After dismantling their guns he marched them into camp There were six of them Being asked how he took so many prisoners he replied By granny I surrounded them If he stands up for the right now like ho did then his neighbors have in him a trusty and model citizen At the close of the day above described the lines of General Shermans army were advanced to the hill tops overlooking the Chattahoochie river and the evening was spent by the bands playing national airs und the soldiers singing patriotic songs Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrop parllica the blood Cerate heals akin eroptloac Mlittleattacks of Indigestion you have no daub beattihurtburnIndigestion causes the stomach tt tbheartPeres with Its action and in the course iitime the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digest what you eat takes the strain ofof the heart and contributes nourishmin strength and health to every organ of body Cares Indigestion Dyspepsia Soup mucousmembranes Cata11t r After aatlnr my food would dlttreu mi by malda my heat and imnuVliteMRS LORING NICmLS Penn Yin N YtiI had stomach trouble and was In a bad state DYIClaN Kti D KAUBL N rUa tf D igests What You Emf IUbottUfalt aU MorM at uo LaM onkgota0Dt11NWdMeOoaatArti FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE JOHN EDG- EBEICKMAS03T FRANKFORT KY Will build Chimneys Cisterns Rod Milk in any part of County Boiler urnace work and repairs Phone 528 336m IfDi i MitO ijli1iZ J For the Roundabout THOUGHTS ON THE CONVEN TION s s The June morning was an ideal i One The long drive before us along the white turnpike which t wound its length around andd above the city of Frankfort Ky the cliffs embowered with wild roses exquisite bloom of thistle mullen and the queens lace handkerchief was fullof a pres ent happiness The expectation and anticipation of satisfaction lay further on Old Sol smiled down on the hot wheat fields now BO snugly in housekeepingorder on either side the pike and the perfume of red clover newly mown was as sweetly fragrant t as the memories of lung syne Homes of city residents in business wer to be seen on the Wayside The High Views Thistleton Fleetwood and many others beautiful modern elegant from carriagedriven avenues to the stonepillared on trance spoke of wealth in old KentuckyThe fences stone fenc ing red Durham cattle fine horses and the rural charm of country scene with living personality made for your correspondent a most delightful portraiture felt only in the wholesome pleasure of cause and effect Little spring branches trickling among the mintscented bluegrass wayward as to rocky ridges tumbling across the pike made the atmos phere refreshing while the dew still lay upon landscape and blue sky was over it all Many bug giespassed There appeared to be- n general desire to travel over the road and we were glad of it Still reaching out before our eyes the turnpike journeyed on Its white surface reflected the rays of sun which made the heat very oppressive until a rise of hill brought shadow and breeze Much splendid woodland lay now on either side of the pike The owners God bless them have kept the faith of their fathers and have not sacrificed to greed and gain these grand sentinels of Kent tuckys greatness Although to bacco was growing very luxuriantly the trees were still un harmed in many places May they live forever An old home deserted and forsaken spoke in mute language from its open door way All all were gone I The old familiar faces All were gone After while we came to the County Infirmary a clean kept yard whitewashed fence and a house invitingly pleas ant No doubt the county fathers have seen to the welfare of the resident portion who may soon go to ahome whose maker and builder is God Across the bridge under which runs the stream called Little Benson and very soon we were at the Christian Church in the classic township of Bridgeport welcomed by its citizens and made to feel perfectly at home with num berless other strangers who wore in consiclerair The proceedings were conducted in businesslike order and the workof the Convention program carried out with beauty and dis patch A number of ministers from Frankfort were in attend ante and quite a large ppr cent of teachers and educators from adjoining counties in evidence The exercises were fullof interest both intellectual and intensely spiritual Theof1k ers of the convention being earnest consecrated workers in tlie Masters vineyard 1he announcement of dinner made all hearts respond and the menu at otir table was full to overflowing from chicken fried to pie and cake Mrs Brown was our hostess and to herr is herein 4subscribed our most grateful nc- r knowledgment and fervent grati tude for kindness shown To others wo owo debts oft kindly consideration for which thanks are heroin returned friendJ confidence shall be cherished always It was a good meeting Y in many ways and the people of immedintettil deavor Prof Jones of Switzer 1- arh t and his wife deserve a share for homageMuch history was learned of the little village which shall bo incorporated into views later on Franklin county has many such neighborhoods which com bine a fund of knowledge beyond compare If we could only estab lish classes in which the children could gather up this history th story of which would astonish th world it would be well worthwhile The afternoon session was full of interest Rev Win Crowe wa in his happiest vein Dr Hudson earnest in his educational talk Both gentlemen spoke to tho point and their remarks were well received Prof Thomas and wife from Shelbyville gave very de lightful talks on Sundayschool work Prof Green of Louisville supplemented the ideal of progressive teaching as to record und grading We were sorry when the session ended Goodbye was spoken with regret and already th shadows were lengthening as w homeward journeyed pleased with the Sundayschool Convention and the hospitality of Bridgeport The next Convention will be held with the good people o Switzor June 1907 All of tim lissIin charge of Home Department I Mrs StudySection Nellie Steadman Cox of Up hill down hill and over the hillwe wended our way Black berries shone across cuts the apple orchards tempted usthe peaches hung in luscious sweetness far beyond reach It wa something beyond the ordinary this drive home Pen and paper can but poorly express the feelings of your corre spondent when the city came into view As some rich pearl from some glad world Set into ring of beaten gold on tapering slender finger So the green arch of trees the picturesqueness of river bridges redroofed houses velvet sward the new capitol buildings and the supreme joy of comradeship thrilled us with the partiotism of loyalty to the State of birth I KentuckyMay live illustrious as the countries of Greece May she I intellectuallydivine the ages crowned with the immor telles of love to God and love to I man N S COX June 20 1900 A SWEET BREATH joykisss i s your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You cant have a sweet breath without a huvoInreJ1Iyou eat d makes the breath as sweet as n rose and that remedy is Kodol for dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the I heart and other ailments arising from disorder of the stomach and digestion Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it will do for you Sold byJ W Gayle STREET OAK SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort dully beginning at 020 n in mill every ten minutes thereafter till OBO p in After that every twenty minutes till 10SO On the cemetery linn they leave sent e plnco at lJOa in and every thirty min- utes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 64 a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 Itau0 cars leave Capitol Hotel at a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p in J D SALLEE Stipt + FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have inaugurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and throughtrainsand 5 p m dally and running solid to Evansville without change This lino also operates nighttrainsto St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern is 23 the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 43 miles the short est to St Louis J tf r t r If iit f i OVERTAXED Hundreds of Frankfort Renders Know What it Means Tho kidneys arc overtaxed j Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and pains hendacheoBrights disease follow- A Frankfort citizen tells hero a certain cure farmermsays have thought that the kidney trouble that I suffered from for years was brought on by heavy lifting and work which I did in logging business when a young man In this work I had to exert all my strength and ninny times lifted what ordinarily two men would be required to do This straining myself often caused a myIas on achingebecame so bad at times that I could scarcely get around A difficulty with the kidney secre and they were scald firregular and annoying es pecially at night breaking my rest five or six times I used van ous remedies but got little relief from them I read about Doans Kidney Pills and as they were highly recommended I decided to give them a trial and procured a box at J W Gaylos drug store told they helped mo from the start I continued using them until 1 hind taken two boxes I was bene everys1n Pills For sale hnIl dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all tho latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street HousopINTERNAL REVENUE COL LECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected the following in ternal revenue tuxes for the month of June 2220 barrels j 85888910 tax gallons 9887279 amount of taxes COUNTY ASSESSOR WAYLAID J W Coulter of Leslie S D Assessor of Stanley county re hates the following I was way laid by a complication of thrust and lung troubles bronchitis asthma and a terrible cough which had affected mo for years when I was persuaded to try Dr Kings Now Discovery Relief came almost immediately and in a short time ti permanent cure re suIted No other medicine com pares with it as a sure and quick cure for cough and colds It cures after all other remedies have failed Every bottle guaranteed at all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Soaking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coon try during tho period of low rotes pointsofew suggestions of how best to see liloludlngBn1l1ltutu Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria und Vancouver to tho Exposi tihn City Americas virgin playgrounds Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and retch all by the most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his oilloo is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis youBothBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Ii i n trtt tu a t i l JLYd JftiJ + al A LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANvIj4 SUMMER TIMETABLEl rl EFFEC1IVE MAY 20 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND lb No1Daly + I No 8 Ex bund Daily Mis Ex Bund Dallyi f lrLeave11 2D5 745 I 0 Lexington0 605 y 810 825 120 Winchester 20 1010I 520 825 8 87 L E Junction 503 400 IJ2Bj2 Clay t s 40 837 410 Stanton 44 828 tft440 950 Campton Junction 803 857 445 964 67 Natural Bridge 57 KOtI 855u457 1008 62 Torrent 62 I 3AZ 618 1020 70 Beattyville Junction 70 720 t 820 545 1059 263 I605 1126 O K 6 230 610 1180 94 Jackson JunctionI 56I 225 SundayTrains I on tho O K 4 i Trains Nos 1 and 8 connect at L E Junction with the BeattrvinVand i i JR SCOTTGeneral A i i OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAYrNo 84 No No 83 No 21 DailyMis nIDailyEx MIs i =A M Lve P M Lve IA M Ar PMAr 1 o 980 Iracklion 880 1120 1 925 K Junction 885 1126 1fI 162 Hampton tM U 19 128 Lee 510 1222 19 21tl I 122 Hetechawa 5J8 1228 21 105 Cannel City 545 1245 Z1 Nod 21 and22 willmake close connection at O K Juvctton with Nos U 4 forpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Railway 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orwrite O FBIEIMANTrMprWN eOLDENDJIalL S DETROIT HIGH TOLEDO 9 n3lL jAtWL j Frankfort JMM1 fl The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 f PMNo842 520 Lv D Frankfort Ar 11 JB 7 20 2 06 6 23 Summit 11 17 712 2 11 6 34 Elkhorn 11 11 7 OG 2 Switzer 11 03 6 68 2 Stamping Ground 10 63 0 48 II 2 19642I 10460412 If Johnson 10 40 6 85 2 Georgetown j 10 35 6 29 2 1 C S 1 lU 80 6 250 t2 69 725 Newtown 8 64 807 8 3S Centerville 8 46 6 69 8 2017 37 I Elizabeth 8 42 665 8 47 Paris Junctn l 882 6 45 8 to Ar Paris r Lv 8 80 5 42 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with QriiConnectsCentral Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L J N BETWEEN TVIA P M AMIAMPM r 2 iLv Frankfort Ar 11 257203 26 7 47 Lv Georgetown Arl 10 80 6250 10 10 15 lAr Cincinnati Lv 8 801 4 GO BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M PMit 6 20 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar7 15 2 51 Lv Georgetown Ar 626J7 65 8 40 Lv Ar 10 80 d 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2550 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 ou o 2UA Li rankfort A 11 25A720P 2 47P 7 12A A Georgetown A 9 04A 625P 8 26P 7 60A A Paris L tI BOA 6 42P 6 lIP 11 42A A Winchester L 7 OOA 2 45P 8 16P 9 BOA A Mayaville L 5 45A 115P 4 OOP 8 24A A Cynthiana L 602P 6 2P 12 64P A Richmond L 7 20A 165P 7 OOP 10 BOA A Cincinnati L 26SP GEO B HARPER r CWHAYGPres andGenl Supt A New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAHANkB ar PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May 10 The now trains will leave a i 1m daily The evening trains to rave points p m daily Double daily service Through car service for SanFran sco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or dddrea- aRTG MATTHEWS 1 Trav Pass Art Louisville Ky HO TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis MoI 60 YEARS- FXPERIENC 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS csending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our ao Invention is probably pntcntnhlo Communica tions strictly on Patent r BocurlnsputcntsPatents ltclat notice without char o In tho Qlmerkan Jculatlonyear four months L byall nowedoalera Co 818rotdwaT HewYgrfe Draucb O lceJI 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