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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y et r p p qi lCr THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance f VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 14 1906 No 45 L WHITE CANVASS t OXFORDS f r Daintyandcool Many styles here to select from including the dayAlsoWhite Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2 Blue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY it THE CRUSADER We have received the initial L number of Col Noel Gaines new J paper The CrusnderIf It is a handsomely gotten up and well prepared paper filled with interesting and instructive matter In his inaugural Col Gaines announces his purpose to fight fJti graft lawlessness and vice in all its forms and wherever fOllndIWe cordially l Gaines to the tripod and extend tit to him our sincerest best wishes in his fight for the right for home 1and for God t This fight is no childs play and any man who undertakes it r must have the courage of his con qualitbornfighterw ECCENTRIC ACTION OF RAIN Jr CLOUDS wr flqn Friday evening we had one t of the heaviest rain storms of the frseason In the afternoon we had If the regulation rain and thunder storm but later in the evening it V seemed like the heavens had opened and the water came down infjtorrents accompanied by al most continuously vivid flashes of lightningt of the storm was shown in that it came from the southwest and went to Ver sailles and Georgetown while at h Lexington there was no rain at all and yet at Nicholasville and Lawrenceburg it was very heavy Just miles west of there the- rainfallIdid nothing more than lay the dust and just about two miles from Versailles the dust was not laid In Versailles it was almost a watorspout the streets being turned into roaring torrents EalI Rittrsr t 11M 1 AUTO DRIVERS LUDICROUS MISTAKE One of the most laughable incidents of the season was that which occurred recently with an auto genltlemensailles pike It seems that the gentlemen were going to their home near Jetts and one of them had a leather sheath for a shaft and just as a dashing toiir ist in his auto car came near he took the sheath from the bottom of the buggy and raising it to his eyes sighted along it bringing it to bear straight in the direction of the autoist The auto man imagining that it was a gun became demoralized and ran his machine into the ditch on the side of the road and square against a telephone pole A dar key who was on the back seat literally fell over himself in getting behind the seat When the astonished gentlemen drove their gentle horse up to the party and inquired Whats the matter Did it got away with you The indignant autoist ex claimed Get away la1 no What did you point that gun at me for The gentlemen replied Gun Do you call this a gun showing the sheath Imagine the tableau about that time AN OVERWORKED STOMACH Try a little Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals See the effect it will produce on your general feeling by digesting your food and helping your stomach to get itself into shape Many stomachs are overworked to the point where they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives your stomach the rest it needs while its reconstructive properties get the stomach back into working order Kodol relieves flatulence sour stomach palpitation of the heart belching etc Sold by J W Gale iM 3i BLUE GRASS Y M C A CAMP The Frankfort Young Mens Christian Assoiation is to be well represented at the Blue Grass Boys Camp which will be held at Mondays Landing on the Kentucky river July 17 to 27 This is the second group camp to bo held in the central part of the State and bids fair to outdo anything of the kind ever held All kinds of sport are to be en gflgel in A shoot the chute will be built and the other water sports will consist of water polo water basket ball swimming and rowing and fishing There is also a good level place for base ball There will ba enough boats for everyone and swimming and row ing will be taught An abundance of god things to eat will bo on hand always and two chefs will be taken along to look after this department George M Gayle will act as chief reporter for the Frank fort squad and Robert Half will he chief swimming inspector Other officers will be appointed as they ire needed The entire expense of the camp including transportation will only be 5 It is earnestly hoped that a large number of young men may attend o Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Deans Ointment 50 cents at any drugstore ro e BUYS DWELLING Mrs L M Maus has purchased the residence of Mrs Ed Porter Thompson Sr on the corner of Shelby and Third streets The lot is one of the most desirable in that section of tho city The im provements are in rather bad shape The price paid was 4500 Messrs Shelton Morris he hust ling deal real estate men made the r rAN TERESTING VEEIT AT T- HEClearance Sale Will be the coming week The bargain list has swelled to enormous proportions All of our immense Stock of High Grade White Lawn Waists Wash Silk Waists h iWhlHavebeen added to the long list of Bargains alreadyfoffered These have also been SEVERELY PRICE CUT Here is an opportunity right in the heart of the season to buy the finest Shirt Waists ever brought to our store at A GREAT SAVING OF MONEY All leftover White Suits at Half Price All leftover White Skirts at Fourth Price All 125 White Waists 98c All 150 125 All 200 169 All 250 19j All 300 249 All 500 398 Ladies Dropstitched Hose in black worth 25c sale price 19c per pair White Persian Lawn worth 12ic sale price lOc yd 25c India Linon extra fine quality sale price 15c yd 55c White Dotted Swiss sale price 19c yd 100 White Hand Bags latest style sale price 75c 50c White Hand Bags latest style 39c One lot of 100 Corsets good brands sale price 50c C1 KAGIN 41 43 St Clair Street at BrldgJTO NIA GARA FALLS ETC There will be an excursion from this city to Niagara Falls Buffalo and Detroit which will be run over the F C Q C C H D and Wabash Railroads to leave this city on Saturday July 28 It will be personally conducted The rate for the round trip covering all necessary expenses will be only 25 Through sleepers will be run from this city covering the whole trip The train will return to this city on August August Gth For further information ad dress Mr J D Wyatt Fifth and Walnut Cincinnati 0 This will afford a tine opportun ity to visit these splendid cities and to view natures unexcelled wonder Niagara at a very reason able rate BUYS LOT Postmaster Geo L Barnes has purchased from Mr IJB Weisen burgh Jr a vacant lot on Shelby street which Mr Weisenburgh had purchased from Miss Eliza Overtoil for 1500 Mr Weisen burgh gave 1100 for the lot sev eral months since Mr Barnes intends to erect a nice dwelling house upon the lot Ca8TOSXaBean tho I f A t COUNTY ASSESSOR WAYLAID J W Coulter of Leslie S D Assessor of Stanley county re waylaidand lung troubles bronchitis asthma and a terrible cough which had affected me for years when I was persuaded to try DrIKings New Discovery ReliefIclone almost immediately and in a short time a permanent cure re suIted No other medicine com pares with it as a sure and quickIijcure for coughand colds Itcures after nil other remedies have t failed Every bottle guaranteed at all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free STREET OAK SCHEDULE i Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort dully beginning at 620 jtill1Onm1Park cars a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 650 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt LATEST STYLES IN WALLfPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf Dr Wearers Syrup FoeMMttefelaed seats ttd u fat the iMfcl ti iii l I h It ttt If t i Ilit t J r fit I r LanElARI1JG E3AIEJ of Odds and Entls i r This means a Sale of Good Things that were overlooked in the rush of our Big Summer Clearance aleIiand the prices we will offer on them will sell them quickly Attend to what we advertise anditlearn to your advantage Some of the Odds and Ends One Lot Corsets 3ge Om Lot Hose 7e One Lot Pearl Buttons per dozen 3c One Lot Lnce per yard 5c One Lot Embroidery per yard 5c J One Lot Corset Covers 7 One Lot Muslin Drawers 19c One Lot Vests p One Lot Cotton Challie per yard 5c One Lot Handkerchiefs 2 e OfA Lot White Skirts 119 OnlLllt Panama Skirts 398 PERSONAL Mr H M Whittington has gone to Martinsvllle Ind Judge Ira Julian left Monday for Hot Springs Ark Hon Geo H Alexander of Louis ville was here Tuesday Mrs X B Hays and daughter have returned from Martinsville Ind Mrs J A Violett Is the guest of her daughter Mrs True in Louisville Miss Wilyun Shipp has returned from a visit to relatives at Eminence sirs Sallie Robinson Thomas ha3 returned from a visit to relatives In Henry county r Mr Luke Abbett of Georgetown was the guest of his uncle Col E E Abbett this week Mrs Guy Barrett and daughter Miss Cheatham Rodman visited velatives in Louisville this week Mrs Lake of Washington City has 1 been the guest of Mrs Mary Warrick Third street this week Rev Wm Crowe left Thursday for New York City and will sail on the Friesland for Liverpool I Admiral Jno Crittenden Watson and wife of Louisville were guests of Mrs i Wm T Scott this week Gov W O Bradley of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Jno G South this week Mrs Geo W Long and daughter of Leitcufield and Mrs L B Long moor are visiting in Louisville Mr A J Pidgeon of Benson Ariz who has been the guest of Mr R Wilson left for home RalphI Miss Lizzie Scott is visiting sister Mrs Capt David Mitchell at Old Fort Porter Buffalo New York Miss Katherine Kavanaugh of Fort Thomas is the guest of Miss Josephine Kavanaugh Todd street this week Mrs French Tipton of Danville was the guest of her brother Mr Jack H Stuart Capital Avenue this week Miss Helen Hodges of Louisville who has been visiting relatives here returned home on Wednesday morning Miss Nell McEwing and Miss Susie Shanks of Louisville were guests of Mrs Sam McEwlug Broadway this week Mrs McFarland and Miss Maggie Rick who have been guests of Capt R L Grinstead and wife have rev turned home Mrs Henrietta Blackburn Wallace of Chicago Ills is the guest of he lather Capt Jas E Blackburn a Spring Station Miss Mattie Greenbaum and Miss Ella Davis of Louisville have been 1 guests of Mrs David P Davis Third street this week Miss Ella Johnson of Scott county and Miss Susan Chiles of Independence Mo were guests of Hon L F Johnson South Side Mrs Amanda Callaway of Metcalfe county who has been the guest of her brother Capt R L Grinstead and wife West Side has returned home Dr O H Reynolds has returned from Boston Mass where he has been taking a special course In medicine at the Medical Department of Harvard 7UnlversityIMrs H S Barnes Kansas City Mo and Mrs A J Hancock of Sweet Water Texas who have been guests of Misses Peterson South Side have returned home Mr Thos H Stagg and wife and MrI Prank Stagg and wife entertained at the Country Club on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr John M Bachman and wife of Florida r Mrs W J Hughes of this city and nephew Mr Clarence Hardin of Clay City were called to Monterey by the steamer Falls City on Tuesday by fbthe illness and death of Capt Thos J t il oI W ifI JisIl h Ii6k itf Congressman South Trimble left Wednesday for Nashville Tenn Miss Alma Millcs of Indianapolis Ind is the guest of relatives here Councilman W S Rossen and family are camping out on Elkhorn this week Mr P M Bergman of Irvine visited his wife and her family here this weelIMiss Una and Willie Sudduth of Versailles are guests of Miss Mary ScottowMr Crutcher wife and son and Mrs Mollie Blakemore are at Dren non Springs Mr Sim Shy and wife and Mrs Howard Gaines are at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Clifford of Eminence who has been the guest of Miss Sallie Eggle ton has returned home Mrs C Gran Graham of Newport who has been visiting her sister Mrs Mollie Thomns has returned home Mrs S E James and Mrs H V McChesney and daughter are guests of Mrs Sol VanMeter at Lexington Mrs Jos H Lewis of Washington City widow of Judge J A Lewis Is the guest of Miss Annie Tobin Main street Mr Frank Trimble left Monday for New York City where he will be private secretary to Col Ed P Natalie Martin entertained the younger set at a German held at the Country Club house on Wednesday Frank Squires and Mrs Katie Crawford of Topeka Kan formerly Misses Kahr of this city are guests oi Miss Annie Tobin Main street Mrs L man S Graham chaperoned a big wagon load of young people on Thursday who put in the day fishing on main Elkhorn at Churchs grove Miss Frances Barbour of New York City who has been the guest of her schoolmate Miss Cornelia Gordon at JuniperHill returned home on Satur dayJMr Ernest Glore better known as Hoggie enlisted in the U S Army last week was formally mustered In Monday and left for Columbus Ohio barracksMr H Dryden and son James D who have been guests of his parents Mr J B Dryden Sr and wife returned to his home at Hamil ton Ohio on Sunday Mrs Eli H Brown entertained on Wednesday morning at her home on Shelby street In honor of Miss Cornelia Gordon Misses Mason Annie and Elise Montgomery Rthave been guests of her sister Mrs Ben Marshall have gone to their home at Minneapolis Minn Col Warwick M Hough exU S tbeIMo has been here this week in the interest of the whisky rectifiers IlIss Anna Abbott entertained on Tuesday afternoon at her home corne- Shelby and Second streets There was quite a crowd of handsomely gowned ladies A delightfully dainty luncheon was served Mr F L Grinstead and wife and Dr D L Ringo and wife of Ports mouth Ohio who have been guests cf Capt IL L Grinstead and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side have returned home Mrs W T Runyan of Norliorne Mo Mrs Geo McCready of Fall Ihompsonlorreturned to their homes Mrs Gertrude Stoker of Kansas City Mo Mrs Jno Hutchison of Richmond Ind Mrs Mollie E Stead man of Alice Texas and Mrs A LI Murphy of Richmond Ind who have been guests of Rev Jno H Burdin and wife at Forks Elkhorn and who were home comers have returned home I wit Big Lot of Remnants of all kinds of Goods which we will sell at Great Bargain Prices Be on hand early and see what little money can bu- yCHAS i J WEITZEL Miss Katie Mayhall has gone to Grayson Springs Miss Lula Nelson visited relatives In Louisville this week Miss Elizabeth Simpson is visiting relatives In New Liberty Miss Mamie McGlll is visiting friends In Bowling Green Miss Mabel Weathers has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Miss Lucy Pattie went to Richmond on Saturday to visit her brother Mr Buckner McElroy Is spending this week In Lexington on businessI Mr Edmond Watson Taylor has re turned home from Washington City Mr Arthur C Van Winkle and wife left Saturday for Battle Creek Mich Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his family in Versailles Col Max Dorn left Monday on a trip to the South for the MasonHoge Co Mr Chas G Payne and son camped up the river this week on a fishing trip Rev Richard L McCready of Crescent Hill visited friends here this weekMiss Agnes Crutcher left Monday for Trinidad Colo to visit Miss Rachel S Bush and Lillye D Showalter are visiting friends in St Louis Mo Mrs J C Shirley of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Thos P Rogers this week Miss Anna Alves who has been visiting at her old home In Henderson has returned Mr Alex Johnson of Louisville who has been visiting friends has re turned home Mrs Lawrence of Texas who has been the guest of Mrs J W Hill has returned home Miss Effie Todd Lewis who has been visiting relatives In Richmond Va has returned home Mr Whit Hall of Lexington who has been the guest of friends here has returned home Mrs W H Kldd and daughter Miss Elise have returned from a visit to friends at Eddyvllle Dr C A Fish has gone to Chicago Ills to pursue certain studies In postgraduate medical lines Capt Geo W Brown of Lexington made his annual visit to nls old home In this city this week Miss Nora Miller of this office was called to Chicago Ills Saturday by the illness of her mother Judge T J Nunn and wife Miss Virginia Nunn and Miss Bertha Scott have gone to Drennon Springs Miss Edith Mary Crumb of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs r Hill has returned home IMrs Kate Mantle of Louisville been the guest of Miss M Scott Chinn has returned home Mrs Llllard and Misses ofrLawrenceburg were visitors here SaturdayMrs W Llllard Miss Lula Llllard and Master Stout Lillard of Danville and Miss Linda Barriger of Shelby vllle were guests of Mrs W S Farmer this week IDr H M Leonard and wife who have been visiting relatives in Canada have returned home Dr D L RIngo and wife who have been visiting relatives here have gone Ito Cincinnati to reside Miss Helen Sleights who has been the guest of Miss Claranet Nelson returned home Sunday Mrs Jack Major of St Louis Mo is the guest of her aunt Mrs Kate M Williams fit High View Mr Walter Cox of Indianapolis Ind who has been visiting his father Mr Jno W Cox West Side has returned home ili lIiii rsIlT EYou Can Not Afford To Miss Call and you will be Astonished at the Price of Silks Dress Silks G5c and 60c for 39c India Silk 25c White China Silk 45c Black Taffeta sold many places for 150 and 125 98c v 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 AllWool Serge 50c and 60c 39c Lawns anyl Muslins 5c 8c 9c and Oc a yardwThe New Creation in Belts tOe 25c and 50c Muslin and Lace CurtainsYou can save 25 per cent on this class goods I Rugs Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE 4 oT- here are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is C impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any This is the class of trade we seek Our work isistrictly IIAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you nerd a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buyingIWe make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Writepr phone us and our repN resentative will call to see you We take vehicles frpm Frankfort and deliver them back to you Without costI j Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K VARD President 125 C M JiSecCINCINNATI I AND RETURN iy F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday July 22nd l Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions r ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS I o 9rsal ItnIF if 3B3WB ZR f111ry Lot lUc and loc Curtain Muslin IOC If i Mill End Prices among the Suits 5 Shirt Waist Suits P 375 15 Linen Suits 150 1 Lot Shirt Waists at onefourth oft BRAVE SOLDIER AND HON ORABLE MAN DIESI The news received in this city on Wednesday that Capt Thos J Hardin of Monterey Owen county had died at his home that day after a long illness from a complication of diseases Capt Hardin was a brother of Mrs W J Hughes of this city He was a bravo and gallant sol dier in the Federal army told was an upright and honorable man in t all the relations of life Previous to his service in the army Capt Hardin had been 1 largely engaged in mercantile bus mess After his return from the army J Capt Hardin studied law and be came quite successful ill his practice He was nominated for Congress f by the Republicans of this Dis f trict in 1890 and made a thorough canvass and creditable race against that splendid campaigner Col W C P Breckin- ridgetHe leaves a large number of rel to mourn his death Shoops Rheumatic Remedy used faithfully will reach i chronic and difficult cases hereto- forevi 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 CAPT BOB TYLER PASSES AWAY Genial wholesouled Bob L Tyler is gonerrhis announce tment will carry sorrow to many JV hearts all over Kentucky t Capt Tyler was a gallant soldier in the Confederate Army Afterwards he served a term in BullittIKygrantatArms of the Kentucky tIn the general disruption of party ties over free silver Capt Tyler united with the Republican party and was a staunch adherent of his principles as he always was He was no halfway man in anything He had served for a t number of years as Deputy Collec d i THE GREAT MILL END SALE JJ V MtiOW- YYiYfwrwr The Greatest Merchandising Event in Frankfort will only last One Week Longer and this week will he the best week of all Every day something New will be added so it will be necessary for you to attnd every lay for yon can not afford to let these golden opportunities go by ICome Early and Get the Choicest u Plums YwwYMYNi11G YY11M3YiYYY MRYRl1carts MILL END DlMilSS GOODS Astonishing Values in Clouts suita ble for School Dresses 1tYO R 1wIwMMRK1r14YlMtrb r MILL END SILKS Farmers 3Gin 150 Taffeta 125 One Lot Fancy Silks 39c j 1 a91ne71 il tor of Internal Revenue in the Fifth District of Kentucky He was n widower with twc chil drenn son and laughter both grown and married Ho had been in poor health for several months and the disease finally develop into clutter of the liver He was 03 years of age NATURE TELLS YOU- As Many a Frankfort Reader Knows Too VeIlto When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urine is natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent ac tionAny urinary trouble tells of idney ills- Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills- Frankfort people testify to this Mrs Kate Newkirk of 113 Lo gan street says It was some times very hard for me to per form my daily work on account of weakness across my loins and the aching I endured when stoop ing or reaching forward for any object the irregular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scald ing which accompaniedt he secre tions caused other symptoms which were very annoying and dis tressing I doctored great deal besides employing other remedies said to be good for kidney trouble but I received only slight relief aboutDoans newspnpersI box at J W Gayles drug store Their effect certainly surprised me and I followed up the treat ment with a second box Downs Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have expeoted I certain ly recommend them For sale by all dealers Price CoIBuffnloRemember the name Doans and take no other WANTED Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm lof 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly und expenses ad stampJosrsKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat MILL END WHITE LACE HOriE 2oc Quality 1Sc rwwwwrrr rw a+ rrMILL EIsD WHILE LOUIS AND yA rill GOODS MILL END HUGS U12 Brnsscll Rugs 1350 f r a u LAW 500THEl I B RO261y POWER HOUSE TO COME HERE The traction magnates headed by Mr L A Des Cognetts Mr R T Gunn of Lexington and Messrs E R Coffin of New York F L Mann of New York R H Allison of Ardmore and J B McAfee of Philadelphia were hero Thursday looking over the Frankfort Versailles Zracti Line told the location of the big power house The party were entertaind dinner by Mr Albert G Jefters at his home near Silver Lake It is generally conceded that the big power house for the co ndill nected lines of traction railways will be located here Another boost for greater Fran fortBnbywont y suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Ecleotrio Oil at once It acts like magic SELLS RESIDENCE Mrs Lucy Evans has sold h brick twostory residence on Lewis street between Main al Broadway to Mr James A Sulli van Consideration 3 SOOt isorsI J OLD TAYLO- RI PRE- MIERKENTUCKY t WHISKEY I LEH TAYLOR JR t SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky BUILD HOUSES We hear a great deal these days about manufactories locating here and what a number of hands they will employ The factories are all rightjust what we need and need brut with great big B but suppose one of these muchtobe desired institutions should belo Gated here which would bring with- In it fifty hands and their families in the name of the great horned frog what would we do with them Putt them in tents or hung them on pegs or let them roost in the trees What we want first is to get peo pie here who have money invested bank stock and government hoods to put some of that money into real estate small houses- k which a mechanic can afford to rent say for 8 or 10 a month If fifty such could be built in uI tenants before night iBuild houses and get busy at once e lrLOOK A LITTLE AHEAD ldIt is always well to have a box of salve in the house Sunburn Should keep a box on hand at all times to provide for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imitators Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Solve HARGIS TRIAL 1ho disgusting and disgracing evidence that hits been given in the trial of James IJargis and Ed Callahan for the murder of James D Marcum has sent a thrill of horror all through the State That such a state of atfairs should bly said there is no tolling what a petit jury will do W iwi j JtJ I 3Gin Bleached Cot i ton 5c Mill End Vests full bleached taped 8c Mill End Muslin Underwear at less than you can buy the ma terial Z 1fi iLioI S 7j LE 12jciDotted phrY1+ nflLalUft I SWINGS q theyI isappalling h 7 50 VERY BEST J GEES SONS a yilhlI ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have for sale 20 stands of Italian Bees Apply on the prem ises MISS WILLANNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn Ky 42tfaiChesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July 100U sub ject to change without notice For MemphisWSt 010 M anti 614 P M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel a phia New York Richmond Old Point nod Norfolk 28lyr- 101S A M and 7411tI Daily PRESSTHE 1PUTON Sunplest5ureat5afestlIandlest Sclffilllng Pen No glut Slier ink to spillno clogging or shaking You the button u the and the pen Sib Writes Huh the inatant it touches the paper I Eagle Flash r91 with karat solid pointfinest vulcanized rubber and guaranteed Eagle Flub No 25 250Eailorttlidb J t400 300 by Stationer and Other Store YOUR DEALER If he EagleILASH the retail price direct to pen absolutely anteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York Ifiti 1 w The FranKfort Roundabout 1Entered at the postotllce at Frankfort Ken tuck as secondclass mnilable mutter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 14 1906 AN URGENT NEED It is a selfevident fart that here is a big demand in this city for small cottage houses or flats which can be rented for moderate sumsWhile it is true that there have been about 150 houses built in this city within the last year it is equally true thatit is almost impossible to secure a house at a t moderate rent such as a mechanic or laboring man can afford to pay Every house that has been built has been spoken for before it was completed and some even as soon as the foundations were laid We are endeavoring to have fac tories etc locate in our city and it is well known that if one was to come here that the operators would have a serious time in se curing homes and right now they would have to camp in tents There can be no more inviting field for persons of capital who can build small cottages which will pay a big return on the money invested pertsons who have purchased or erect ed houses at from 1200 to 2000 cost who are receiving more than y 10 per cent on their investments We earnestly hope that those who have idle means will see the advantages that will accrue to them by taking the course sug gested above e t TRICOUNTY INTSTITHTE Teachers of Franklin Scott and Woodford to meet October 15 in Versailles At a meeting of County Superintendents Hifner of Woodford R5i7 town last week it was decided that the annual Tricounty Teachers Institute shall be held in Ver sailles beginning Oct 15 Franklin county had the institute last year and it will be Scotts time nextArrangements were made for an interesting program and a capa ble instructor will be chosen Supt Jones is planning for a big teachers meeting at the court house here today at which plans for the fall work in the county schools will be discussed gener yallY There are between 40 and 50 teachers with certificates in this county and Supt Jones notified all to be present as it iBI believed the standard of work in the schools can be much improved through such free and full discus sion of ideas and suggestions The examiners have just com thewrapplicants for teachers certificates who stood the last examine ation Five secured first grade certificates and two second grade t Those secuirng the first were Miss Stella Long of Frankfort M B Dorton of Bridgeport Miss Lula Hearn of Jetls Station Miss Elizabeth Sargent of Frank SUPPORTSCOTTS bridge to carry the weakened andIstarved system along until it tan firm support in ordinary foodI sampleI409415 Pearl Street New York and 100 all druggfeu t k rMJMitfiflle4aVbsted ii h Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured MeIWhen the nervous tered by the use of deadlydrugs there is nothing to equal Dr in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsImorphineToself as it was the only thins that would give ease and now point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thingthatdeadtycraspcance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlesusing morphine Now however much per sons may it God is my witness I am Ifeelsuffering MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark bottleAddressDz fort and J B Dooley of Frank fort Those securing second grade certificates were Miss Lizzie Belle Hearn of Jetts Station and Miss Carrie V Lowen of Graef ensbergAn will be held on Friday and Saturday July 20th and 21st for the apointment of a pupil to a scholarship in State College as provided for by law each county making an appoint ment every year It is reported that there will also be a vacancy in another of Franklins scholar ships through the present schol ar not returning to school and in the event there is two appoint ments will be made those making the highest and second highest average in the competitive examin ation winning the prizes An ex amination for this was held some time back but proved unsatisfac tory and will be held again The examination is open to any one in the countyof Franklin in cluding the city of Frankfort be tween the ages of 14 and 24 years Among those who will probably take the examination this time are Lindsey Shea Russell May hall Leonard Bridges Miss Au byn Chinn Miss Eales and Isaac Locke Dr Shoops Restorative brings lasting relief in stomach kidney and heart troubles through the inside nerves No matter how the nerves became impaired this remedy will rebuild their strength will restore their vigor Remem ber it does no good to treat the ailing organ the irregular heart rebellious stomach diseased kidneys They are not to blame Go back to the nerves that control them treat the cause use a rem edy that cures through the inside nerves Sold by all dealers REAL ESTATE DEALS Messrs Shelton Morris the new real estate dealers are making good in their business In addition to other sales recently negotiated by them we note the following avIwas to Thompson for 2000 Small cottage son Wilkinson street to Mr Ben Groom of Ver sailles Generally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all run down Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman MoosupConn d itiL t SCHOOL CENSUS REPORT FOR STATE The compilation of the school census for the State has just been completed by Superintendent Fu qua anti shows the total number of children between the ages of 0 and 20 years to be 788881 only about 1000 more than that of last year This is manifestly incorrect because the natural increase is vastly more than this but of course this is not the fault of Prof Fuquas office but on lac count of the negligent taking of the census by the various district officers required to discharge that dutyThe school per capita has not yet been determined but will doubtless remain at about he same as last year which was 825 Later The per capita haz been fixed at 820- GEORGETOWN ELKS FAIR We have received a copy of the program of the Georgetown Elks Fair which will be held com mencing Tuesday July 24 and continue until Friday July 27 inclusiveThese fairs are of the real old fashioned sort and when any one goes to them they get their mon eys worth every time For further information as to entries premiums rates etc application should be made to Mr T C Bell the accommodating secretary We desire to return thanks for past favors as well as recent ones MANY LIVE 100 YEARS The chancesforliving a full century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynes ville Me now 70 years old She writes Electric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made 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 only50cSMALL BLAZE IN DRUGSTORE The window dressing made of particolored tissue paper in the show window of the drug store of Messrs LeCompte Gayle Co Bridge street caught fire on Wednesday afternoon and came near producing a serious blaze 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 Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr IMPROVING OLD TIME DWELLING Miss Minnie Scott is having the dwelling house on Third street so well known as the Chiles House remodeled and improved The west end wall has been taken down and will be rebuilt and now windows and doors will be put in and the house generally remodeled and improved Bilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Complexion sallow Liver Regulets25 cents at any drug store Dr Weavers Treatment f3zrappurUioubo llm ConktoiOa Ua crupUM J 1a J1 PleasanUtoteka Laxat V SyrupA NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts aretthe best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcil Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than r any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLEI Tobacco Bellows Blowers I 4CradlesScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISOOLL The Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Sour Mash Dont forget the place 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky i BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p and at 9 and p in Leave Paris very hour from 7 a in to 8 p in and 10 and 13 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p iii and at 0 and 11 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a in to 8 p in and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 d In to p m and at 8 and 10 p ni Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 0 and 11 p m E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 274 ManngerItf J iji Qualify ILeading Kentucky HandMade Whiskies JOHN DRISCOLL iII Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad anlvermifugehorse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte JGayle KILLTHL COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery JL FOR cONSUMPTION jPrice 60cIOOFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or KONEYlJAOXI jri JiJ l j idt I mW fCHEa M1iDRfi ALL OVER THE WdRLR Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or I FARMERS INSTITUTES TO BEGIN SEPT 1 Commissioner of Agriculture Huhert Vreolnnd has sent ont the following letter to farmers of the IState apprising them of the prep aration of schedules for the Farm ers Institutes which will be held this year and of plans 1 am now engaged in prepar ing a schedule for the farmers institutes to be held in Kentucky duirng the coming institute season which will open not later t than September 1 This depart ment will hold at least one institute in every county in the State this year and as soon as the sched ule is completed it will be pub lished so that every county will know just when its annual insti tute will be held These dates thePnearly as possible but as the hold of 119 institutes is such a 1ing undertaking it will necessary to proceed withsys and to take the counties con- secutivelyr from the starting pointsThere W will be two lecture forces One for thetr N eastern sec iV tion and one for the central and western These forces will be kept going constantly until the entire State has been covered You will readily realize that this will entail considerable hard work and the hearty cooperation of the farmers will aid the depart ment greatly in carrying out the project The best lecturers to be found will be employed and with the aid of the farmers I have no hesitancy in saying that this movement will be fraught with more practical results than any r movement ever set on foot in the State Iy therefore respectfully urge that every farmer lend a helping hand and assist in making insti r tute work in Kentucky what it is tThe Signs of- Heart Trouble l You can Surely Secure Heart Health and Strength through Dr Shoops Restorative Heart weakness which can dealt with at ell Is nerve weakness Just as your band trem bles when Its nerves are weak when your heart nerves are weak your heart flutters and palpi tates Other signs are shortness of breath after P light exercise fainting spells pain or tender ness about the heart caused by Irregular heart nation choking sensa ALion as It the heart was In the throat uneasy sensation In the chest showing that the heart isntworking right pain when you lie on one si deusually the left aide but fre quontly the right painful sad difficult breathing Wenk smothered tooling There is ab olutely on ly one way to treat a r weak heart j That is to brlngback natural and permanent strength to Ite nerves Can you Imagine how any thing else can be done Dr Shoopa Restorative will bring baok the strengh to the heart nerves always r There is nothing in this remedy to stlmu late nothing that leads to reaction The strength that it gives is natural and permanent It is just tho same strength as Nature gives to those who are well Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid creates strength which extends over the whole inside nerve system It overcomes the cause ef tht trouble as will as the result Sold by I ALL DEALERS J fu 1t4ta l 1 KEEPING H GOOD U1ATGfi Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed tp give you t one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we them to be accurate timekeepersJ M A SELBERX in Ohio Illinois Iowa and other progressive agricultural StatesI Kentucky has the soil e climatic conditions that should make her take front rank in th line of agricultural States and is my earnest desire that itI should take the place that is righ fully hers As you are probably aware the last Legislature increased the appropriation of this department 20000 making the total appropriation for institute work and the general conduct of the office 83000 annually instead of 13 000 Without the cooperation of the farmers I could not have brought this bureau into such prominence as to cause the legis lative body of our State to in crease the appropriation to such an extent when only a short while before it was regarded as a mere drain on the public funds It is therefore my earnest desire to bring this department as close to the people as possible and in that way alone I hope to make it of practical value to each and every farmer in the State of Kentucky Feeling assured that you will help me to give the results I pledged you when I was entrusted with the management of this office and assuring you that this department stands ready at all times to aid the farmers of your county and of the State in a prac tical way I beg to remain Very sincerely yours HUBERT VREELAND Commissioner SMALL FARM SOLD Mr E A Bacon and wife sold to Messrs J J J I Bridges their farm containing 44 acres on the Kentucky river in this county for 132170 FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown paper suit able for putting under carpets Ap ply at this office- COUNCIL MEETING WITH SMALL RESULTS The City Council held a short meeting on Monday night with but small results owing to the ab senteesRequests for permits to erect buildings were presented by Chief of Police YD Mangan to build a brick storeroom on his lot on Holmes street and by Mr W L Williams to erect a brick laundry on his lot on the south endof Ann street They were referred to the proper committee with power The Frankfort Versailles Traction Co asked for permission CentmllStntion and Ann streets The petition was referred to the Street Committee Some small accounts were al lowed and the Council adjourned r Ji r l J FRANKFOT BOY MAKES GOOD Mr J Craik Jackson formerly NationaleBranch Bank of Kentucky of this city and who was raised here has been made cashier of the Bankof Granville at Granville Tenn We have received a copy of the last semiannual statement of the hank which shows that it is doing well We congratulate Mr Jackson upon his promotion roFOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not conveni ent to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the same excel lent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They pureHerbsnot a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Bllliousness and Malaria they will le found invaluable They are Regulntorknowndoses 35 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 3 GLOBE TROTTERS Three youngster by the names of Guy Krumm aged 15 of Danville Ky Otto Ford 18 years old of Seattle Wash and Glenn Howell 18 years of Atlanta Ga were landed from the American liner Friesland recently after having made the circuit of the world leaving home in November 1904 The boys ran away with out funds but managed to work their way over the long journey 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 OFF FOR CAMP The Chippewa Angling Club of this city will leave for their annual camping place at Cor dOreille Lake Wisconsin on Friday July 27 and will Nbe ab sent about a month Those who are expected to form the members of the party on the outing are C C Furr Richard Morris GeoL Payne Frank G Stagg Frank Cannon 7Pruett Graham Geo Baker Mason B Barret Mason P Brown and Dr Elliott and a friend from Lodi 0 The past record of the Club in bass and muscallonge catching has been phenomenal and these accomplished anglers have high hopes of eclipsing all records in their coming camp sensonI Basses of 4 5 and 6 pounds and muscallongo of 20 80 and 40 pounds have dangled in gay pie theirsKingfisher lines and Bristol steel rods The chef to do the honors of tho culinary department has not we believe been oaS nnmedI Bears Bignatvo of A iJ 2 r 1IFJ F fii C SPECIALS I cii1y 980TO NIAGARA FALLSVIA AND C H D Ry 28 Big Four August 9 Pennsylvania 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 m train July 28th running through to Niagara Falls in connection with C H D Ry Special leaving Cincinnati 130 p m Pullman fare 150 for berth Franktort to Niagara Falls Res ervations now on sale Apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent NARROW ESCAPE Master Walter Ayres Brown son of Mr A Duane Brown and wife had a narrow escape from intstant death on Wednesday evening The Frankfort Louisville accommodation train was coming in from Louisville when the little lad who was playing with several other boys not no ticing the nearness of the train ran across the track just in of the engine and was only frontI from being instantly death by the quick work of Engi neer Thomas who threw on the air brakes just stopping in time Mr Brown and his wife were sitting on the porch and thought their darling was killed as he disappeared around the cowcatcher of the engine They were almost paralyzed with fright A FAMILY SAFlGUAftX Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Dr achee to handle her famous Uncles Ores Throat and Iung Cure JThe best safeguard is a reliable- bouseholdmedicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations bronchi- affectionsthat eyes nose sore throat and will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases 4Such a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure pf consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles JThe fame of German aa a con eumptive cure since its purchase by Drj Green from the niece of the famous Dri Boschee has extended to all parts of thai dxuggis4I l tis tJJIt f f RETURN r1 July Lines Dont Let WormsJEat Up Your- Tobacco Profit protect ravages of destructiveS worms In reality it costs nothing if you use a ParisSgreatkilling Guaranteed Pure I Paris Green 1forare insured by its use Our absolutely pure ParisM1Green is the cheapest Paris Green you can use as its tgreater strength makes it j go farther than anything on the market costs you only Soc per pound ill WU GAYLE Druggist r Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central 1 1 Seventh 8 River Louisville J No 103 Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves I p m Arrives a m t Nuw Orleans Special No Leaves p m Arrives 535 p m No Local Mall No Leaves jIa m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and luturmcdiatetpoints Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodgenvillo and Hopklnsville except no Sunday survico to Elizabethtown and Hodgen rifle Stops at nil stations No Accommodation No Leaves p in Ar ire 955 a m For Central City Connecting service toNonSundaysAll Trains Run DailYt hI i fJfff MARRIED PERRYTIPTON In this city on Tuesday Mr Vege Perry tits Miss Stella Tipton were marriec by Kev IJD Stneke- lALLEXESTILLJn this city on Wednesday Mr Walter Allei and Miss Stella Trice Kstill wen married by Rev Win Crowe of the Southern Pnshyt rianChurch cBUILDING RESIDENCE to Mrs Pat Newman Sr has be gun the erection oftt nice dwell ing on the lot recently purchases by her from Mr JnnW Johnson on Fourth avenue South Side EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI i SUNDAY JULY 22 The F C in conjunction with the Q C railway will run an other of their famous excursion to Cincinnati on Sunday lady 22 See ad in another plane lemFRANKFORT MAN ELECTEE TO PRINCIPALSIIIP OF SWITZEK SCHOOL Mr J W Oliver of this city has been elected Principal of the Switzer Academy Mr Oliver had been a teacher for several InrsI and recently had been connected with the Metropolitan Life InsI Co but now returns to his first love He is a very competent teacher OFF FOR DENVER The delegation from Capital Lodge No 530 B P 0 Elks of this city left yesterday morning via the F fc C and Q C railways fur Denver Col to attend the National Convention The following composed the del egation Mr John H Stuart Dr 0 B Demaree and wife Mr Percy Crutcher Mr Campbell Marshall They expect to have a grand time TO REMAIN IN THE SOUTH Miss Maria Lindsey desires to notify her pupils and patrons that she has accepted a position in the piano department of the public school in Scranton Miss for one year This does not mean that Miss Lindsey will not teach in Frankfort in the future The work that she has taken in Scranton will give her an opportunity to put in practice a method of teaching in classes which she believes to be the most effective way of de veloping the talent of young pu rStsilsOPEN PUBLICITY THE BEST j GU3LR71NTY OF MERIT When the maker of a medicine sold through druggists for family use takes his fully into his confidence b frankly and fearlessly publishing broadcast as well as on its bottle wrappers a full list of all its ingredients in plain this action cn his part best possible evidence that he is not afraid to have the search light of inves tigation turned full his formula and that it will bear the fullest scrutiny and the most thorough investigation Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription for the cure of the weaknesses periodical pains and functional derangements of too or gans distinctly feminine is the medi cine put for sale through druggists for r womans special use tho maker of which is not afraid to take his patients into his full confidence by such open and publicityj published ingredients on each bottle wrapper show that it is made wholy from native American medicinal roots that it contains no sonous or habitforming drugs no nar cotics and no alcoholpure triplerefined glycerine of being used instead of the commonly employed alco hol both for extracting and preserving the active medicinal properties found in the roots of the American forest plants employed It Is the only medicine for womens pecular diseases sold by drug tigists that docs not contain a largo per of alcohol which is in tho long run so harmful to womans delicate nerv ous Now glycerine is perfectly harmless and serves purpose lay possessing intrinsic value all own an it enhances the curative effect of tho other ingredients entering into the Favorite Prescription Some of tho ablest medical writers and teachers endorse these views and praise all the several ingredients of which Fa vorite Prescription is composed rec ommending them for the cure of the very same diseases for which this world famed medicine is advised No other medicine uswnat endorsementwortmore than number of ordinary testimonials If interested send name and address to Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N Y for his little book of extracts from the works of 4eminent medical writers and teachers the several ingredients ana telling just what Dr Pierces medicines are mae of Its free for the asking tY BIRTHSI WEITZEL In this city oh Thursday to Mr Walter Weitxe and wife net Berberich 71 daughter BEATS THE MUSIC CUBE To keep the body in tune writes Mrs ur Brown 20 Lafayette PlaeePuughkeepsw N Y I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the must reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by all druggists 25 cents YOUNG GIRL TRIES THE LAUDANUM ROUTE A young girl by the name of Miss Minnie Moore attempted sui cideon Saturday night by tak a of laudanum because of disappointment in a love at air She was finally relieved after a stiff fight by two physicians De lit in finding a physician collie near being fatal ar HALF THh WORLD WONDERS How the other half lives Those who use Bucklers Arnica Salvo never wonder if it will cure cuts wounds burns sores tad all akin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1180 E Reynold St Springfield Ill says I regard it one of the absolute neces sities of housekeeping Guaran teed by all druggists 25 centsl DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Ton gathered in the Rocky Mountains acts on too Mucous Membrane purifies the blood and cleanses the system of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing aIcourse of Father Williams Medicine will produce better results than any other in the market Tea or tablet form 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 1I fWESTERN HORSES SOLDI Quite a big batch of western horses were sold in this city on Monday by Messrs King Bro of Louisville They brought all the way from 40 to 75 A perfect bowel laxative for constipation sallow complexion headache dizziness sour stomach coated tongue biliousness Lax ets act promptly without pain or griping Pleasant to take Lax ets only 5 cents Sold by nIl dealers C4ST01 I A Ban of thau1ADDRESS BY SUPT E R JONES County Superintendent E R lories delivered an able and schol arly address on the topic The readier and His Work before the Teachers Institute of Ander son county on Tuesday last Prof Jones was thoroughly en raporte with his theme by reason of his long and successful career is a teacher UNITED IN FAROFF AMERICA Some three years since Mr sane Clayman a Russian left his amily consisting of a young wife und three children in that faroff and and came to this country to nake his fortune He landed in this citynnd by the help of riends secured work By patient ndustry and frugality he succeeded in saving enough money to end back to Odessa for his family rhey reached this city on Monday evening and the scene was very pathetic when the family clasped each other to their beasts Mr dayman had prepared a teat little home on Clinton street to which he carried his happy amily J DEATHS MCCABIYIi this cityon on 1nyr Albert MeCarty aged 10 years of fove- rJOHNSONIn Louisviliu on Tuesday Mr Edward Vnno John son youngest son of Col E Polk Johnson nUll wife aged 81 years Mr Johnson lived here with his parents when a little lad His health had been very poor fur several years We extend our sympathy to our old friend in his sorrow SALE At the residence of her daughter in Taconia 11ashon Monday Mrs Clara W Sale formerly of this city Mrs Sale was the mother of Mrs G Herbert Boone lately of the K D W H Co and lived with her daughter while she resided here She wits a member of the Methodist Church The remains were brought to Louisivlle for interment- McDONALDAt his home on Holmes street on Friday July Mr Alex McDonald aged about 88 yearsMr Donald had been in poor health flCH long time He leaves nwifernd3 children to mourn his loath Tim funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr M B Adams Saturday afternoon ab 3 oclockand the burial was in our cemetery Women with weaknesses should never forget Dr Shoops Night Cure This magiclike treat ment is used at bedtime all night while the system is at rest it is constantly building up the weak ened tissues soothing the inflamed and sensitive surfaces and will surely clean up all catarrhal and local troubles Sold by all dealers a 100 EXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE Frankfort Ky to High Bridge Ky Sunday July 15 via F C Ry and Queen Crescent Route special train Leave Frankfort 980 a m arrive High Bridge 1145 a m leave High Bridge 500 p in arrive Frankfort 650 p m Fare to Georgetown on above train 50c round trip Tick ets good only on date of sale and returning same day C W HAY G P A F C Franfkort Ky A SWEET BREATH A sweet breath adds to the joys kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach You cant haven healthy stomach without perfect digestion The e is only one rem edy that digests what you eat and makes time breath as sweet as a rose and that remedy is Kodol for dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the 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 by J W GaylerNEW STORE TO OPEN The Madison Ind Milling Co have rented the store rooms form frly occupied by R Rogers it 30iiH on St Clair street old Yeo nan office and will open up ft gig flour and mill feed supplies lepot CASTORIA-l For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears tho of a Dr Waver Syrup sad Certo 8MceNfal UMtBtat for blood sad akin diaewttt C i 141- similating AVegclablcPrcparatumfor Asj ling theStcnuichs I PromotcsDigcstionChccrfuFncss OpiunOIorphiaC nor MineralJ I1TOTNABC bxololrillrS OTlCj n rh 1JrJJ Apcrfcct StomachDmarrhoe- aWormsConvutsionsFeverisit ness ondLoss OF SLEEP Facsimile igof NEW YORK lEXACT Copyor WBAIPEI- IllIt This takes a looks nicer than any on the We Have Just a Car Load f To the and the the Gas Go The 104 volt 60 cycles is now in operation from 6 m till 12 p m every day and the charges for same will be by meter beginning July 1st 1906 upon the following schedule 20 cents per 1000 Watts Less 20 per cent ou 6000 to 30000 Watts equal to 16c per 1000 W Less 30 per cent on 3000 to 60000 Watts equal to l4c per 1000 W Less 40 per cent on 6000 to 90000 Watts equal to 12c per 1000 W Less 60 per cent ou 1000 to 120000 Watt equal to lOc per 1000 W Less 60 per cent on 120000 and over Watts eqnal to 8c per 1000 W The above is to encourage the sale of electrio current und prompt payment of bills on or before tho 10th of each month following the consumption Respectfully yours F AUSTIN General Manager 421 m 12 = TO If 23 = 11 15 limit good for in the Lots in I Imvo caused my land on Arling ton Heights extending from tho State Arsenal lot east to Mr Rid dors lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on now av enues to be opened as nod when tho lots shall bo sold und I have at my oflioe a plat mode by R A Frazier City Engineer showing the location prosthe attention of those desir ing to purchase lots for residence purposes the Water Co and Gas Co will their as the lots are sold and sower connection can be readily made Tho location of those lots can not be surpassed for healthfulness and tho 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 J iCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You 1 Always Bought Bears the fttofiThe 0 Kind You Have Always Bought CASTORIAvHE r i WHITE MAPLE FLOORING Flooring and Flooring marketrReceived Hammond Co vlI s Public Patrons f of Capital Electric Light Electric Current a schedule electric LEXINGTON KY12 Old Point Comfort invite extend mains A Return d Via Chesapeake Ohio Ry Monday July Saturday August days stopovers mountains For Sale Frankfort Have 10 Fool SoIS For people in troublewe just some how cant 11 PItfBut if l1c got you in trouble by buying cheap flour just buyNj E M Y tl f next time and your troubles 11 will be over TUB J E PL Plillll CO t d PAINTS OILS GLASS LIMB CEMENTaL i Screen Wire tScIeen Doors- Adjustable t Screenc i Windows FLOROID AND FELT AND STEEL ROOFING ANY STYLE ft r PERSONALS Continued Rev J O H Vaught went to Louis vllle yesterday Col W H Murray of Louisville was a visitor here this week i Miss Alice Blanton is visiting Mrs S D Winter In St Louis Mo Miss Laura Hodges of Lexington is the guest orMrs J A Posey f Mrs Thos A Hall entertained at tfridgo whist at 1030 a m on Thurs day wasaweek Mrs R C Noel returned Tuesday from a two weeks visit to friends in LouisvilleMrs F Davis Is visiting her daughter Mrs W T Buckner In Shelbyville Mr Jno P Hanley and wife returned Monday from West Baden Springs Ind r Mrs J R Benton and daughter of Chicago Ills have returned from a visit to relatives here Mrs Judge Ed C ORear came down from her home In Mt Sterling and spent yesterday In this city Mr B M Turner and wife of Lex ington who have been guests of Mrs r Harry Rogers have returned home IL Mrs L M Mans of Texas who has been visiting relatives here left Mont day for White Sulphur Springs Va Superintendent J D Sallee of the f Traction Co went to Lexingto- nI yesterday morning on business for the company andJleft Monday night for Granville Tenn to visit their nephew Mr J Craik Jackson lyMiss Frank Innes who has been r visiting her mother Mrs Sarah E Innes has returned to her home in New York City i Miss Mattie Hutchison of Lexington is visiting Mrs W F Hearne on Second street r Mrs Cochran of Lexington who was called to Woodlake by the Illness of her daughter Mrs J W Hughes Jr has returned home Mr Jas W Watson ticket agent at the Union Depot was called to Lexington Saturday by the dangerous r illness of his father Mrs Margaret Troutman of Jessa l mine county who has been visiting onsrMrs J B Vermon and daughter of Louisville came upon the Falls City Wednesday and will be guests of Mr W H Jeffries and wife South Side for two weeks If11r Nat Richardson of Nasliyille and Mr Vashot Richardson of Louisville who have been visiting t their parents Mr N F Richardson and wife on the Louisville pike left yesterday for their homesI JMr Edmond Richardson of Wasco who has been visiting his parents Mr N F Richardson and byhisand Mr Force of Portland Oregon who have been his guests left yester t day morning for their homes COLORED CONTINGENT OFF FOR LAWRENCEBURG The Grand Lodge G U 0 0 beeninIweok Quito a number of the i members of that order in this J loft Thursday morning for thqtpiace tt HARDWAREOF MOST ALL KINDS AT PCSOWERCOSCall 011 them when in need of NEW CLERK IN POSTOFFICE AND NEV SUBSTITUTE CARRIER Under the allowance for a new clerk in the postoflice at a salary of X600 Mr Archie Smither who has been substitute carrier for about a year and who was formerly a valued employe of this office has been appointed to the position He is a clever and com petent young man Mr John Miles Emmitt on the eligible list has been appointed to the position of substitute car rier to fill the vacancy caused by Mr Smithers promotion He is a son of Mr Guy N Emmitt and is a clever young fellow The increased business of the postoflice has rendered the posi tions necessary and Postmaster Barnes is to be congratulated upon securing them With the improvements as to convenience of carriers window space recently put in everything is in nice shape CYNTHIANA FAIR have received a copy of the IVe of this real oldtime will begin August 1st and continue four days We would greatly enjoy being present The Ninth District Publishers League will hold its regular ses sion in Cynthiana on the morning of Friday August 3d In the af ternoon the membeis will be guests of the Fair Association All newspaper men of Kentucky are cordially invited to unite with the Ninth Disrtict League in en joying the privileges of the day LONG JOURNEY ENDED By a cablegram from Manila on Tuesday it was learned that the big steel government dry dock Dewey after a journey of over 12000 miles lequiring 198 days time had been safely landed at that port There were many skeptics as to whether the big dock would ever reach its journeys end It was a big undertaking and is a splendid achievement of American energy It is a valuable adjunct to Amer ican power in the Phillipines NOMINATED FOR CONGRESS IN THE FOURTH Mr M L Heaverin county at of Ohio was nomi congrosjislOnnl District at Hodgenvillo on Tues day as a candidate for Congress Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown is the Democratic candidate RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector being absent Rev J Alexander of Bentty vllle will conduct services at n in and 730 p in Sunday Inly 980 a m Sundayschool n m Prnyer nnd Sermon 730 p in Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at p in Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev J N Prestridge of Louisville will preach at a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 045 In the chapel Baraca class at 045 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m chapelPrayermeetln on Wednesday night at 745 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor being away on his vaca at a m Sundayschool at lj30 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at chapelPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Edwin Kagln will preach at a nL No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Vlslors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHUROHRev J 0A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Ep orth League at 645 p in eveningtEverybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastorbeingLouisville will preach at a m and 780 p J- USundaYlichdolat 945 a in Young Peoples Society at 700 p in Prayer meeting Wednesday at 730 invited to attend rImpure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for or game diseases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the bloodcures- the casebuilds you up NOMINATED FOR GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE lIon H Clay Evans of Chatta nooga was nominated by the Re publicans of Tennessee as their candidate for Governor by the Nashville Convention on Thurs day Mr Evans was elected Gov legislatedHe is a brilliant speaker and able man Doans Ointment cured me of eczema that had annoyed mo a permniStatistics Augusta Me raYPiThis signature is on every box of the genuine TableI i1y i Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervoui stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure mytMl at tut cr torrofEOD Wlrt a ccMc usL DfcMfo Wftaf lla fatJfaAw tIte trra Jtovc- Am m RAsk for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar For sale by W Gayle LETTER LIST The following is the list of ad vertised letters for week ending July 14 1906 Barnes Hunter Barnett Miss Blanche Booker Miss Dutch Bramhlett Miss Virginia Church Sam Cole Dick Cook Mrs E B Cooley Elliert Corbin Miss Nellie Couch Miss Mattie Cox Mrs Myra Davis Mrs Fanny Dean John- Dournald Dowdeu LeennnIDunn Frosini F IinnieIGillespie V Gray M H Hannan G H Hoover W A Howard Miss Fannie Johnson R J M D Kendall Mr and Mrs T R Kerbey Miss Lilia Mitchell Maud J Mittan Mrs- OBannon Chas Owens John Parish John Phillips Mrs Julia Phillips Frank P Pointer Stamp Raley Ed Reed Miss Georgia H Riley Willie Sautes Miss Mary Samuolson Mrs Fred Schize Miss Rebber Shafer W A Shurtliff William Sneliing Ohio v Suter Miss Kate White Baker Williams John Willows Dr Leonard S Wilev Wittl Berry Wylie BIYoung Miss Zeiglor V Persons letters will please anyII adver tisod GEO L BARNES P M INSTRUCTS FOR KIMBALL A crowd of about fifty Demo crats of this county met at the courthouse on Tuesday at 1 oclock p m and instructed the r RefrigeratorsWater Coolers Sprinkling Hose t fjJ ROOFING OF preachingThe bI doIDyspepsia Cure Dollar bottU told I Unit moth W teUI or emt rfM J delegation from this county to cast their vote as a unit for Hon WP Kimball of Fayette county as the nominee for Congress in this District at the convention to he held here on Thursday It was all over in five minutes WHEN THE WORLD GOES WRONG Does evil still your whole life fill Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicide You need a pill Now for peace and fnctsDe Witts Little Early Risers are the most und reliable pills known todnyI They never gripe Sold by J W Gayle HON W P KIMBALL NO IIJNATED FOR CONGRESS The Democratic Congressional Convention for this district met here on Thursday in the House of Representatives Hon Wm Preston Kimball at present county attorney of Fay ette county was nominated on the first ballot all the other candi dates withdrawing before the re sult was announced Mr Kimball is a talented and able lawyer We have known him since boyhood We congratu late him rRegulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doans Regulets Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box TRIP TO ATLANTIC CITY lFrom Frankfort August 2 per sonally conducted by Dan M Bowrnar editor The Sun Ver Citythreeington and Philadelphia Rail road faro hotels etc included Fbr booklets and full detilsraddress Dun M Bowmar Ver sailles Ky 442t JOHN EDG- EBP1ICEMASON FRSNKFORZ XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk housed in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 33601 p d IAIAV MI- i J Ni th UVININYu vuI i 6 c Special lot of Batists Lawns and Muslin at 5c 9c Special lot of Mulls and Dotted Swiss 9c 4e30 dozen Ladies and Boys Vests 4- c8e30 dozen Ladies Vests 8c 7eiOe Hose for 7c lOc15c Hose for 16 c25c Hose for 25e35e Hose for 25c 49c Corsets with Suspenders Corsets for 73c 89c125 Corsets for 89c 119L50 Corsets for 119 159200 Corsets for 159 5c for Apron Ginghams 5- c8c12+ and 15c Ginghams for 8c 17ic 35c Ginghams for 17c 5c for one lot Hamburgs worth 10 and 12ie GREAT AL11- This is the most attractive sale of the year Every yard of material offered in this sale is out of the regular stock Organdies Vests Hosei t16c Corsets 49- c73c100 White Goods Never before in the history of Frankfort have such tempting offers been made in white goods 5c for India Linen worth 7+ c 7c for India Linen worth lOc 9c for India Linen worth 12te lOc for India Linen worth 15c 15c for India Linen worth 20c 18c for India Linen worth 25c 15c for Persian Lawns worth 20c 19c for Persian Lawns worth 25c 25c for Persian Lawns worth 35c 37c for Persian worth 50r 7Ac for White Shirting worth 12ic 10c for White Shirting worth1GlcT- he woman or child with a white wool dress or suit is ready for any and every occasion3- 5c for White Wool Dress Goods worth 60c 49c for White Wool Dress Goods worth 75c 59c for White Wool Dress Goods worth 100 79c for White Wool Dress Goods worth 125 89c for White Wool Dress Goods worth 150 119 for White Wool Dress Goods worth 200 Wool Dress Goods The quality of our dress goods is well known and you will regret it if you miss this chance 29c for Wool Dress Goods worth 50c 35c for Wool Dress Goods worth 60c 59c for Wool Dress Goods worth75c6-9c for Wool Dress Goods worth 100 89c for Wool Dress Goods worth 125 119 for Wool Dress Goods worth 150 139 for Wool Dress Goods worth 200 Silks SilksINothing takes the place of a useful and pretty silk Get one before they are picked over 25c for Flowered Foulard Silks worth 50c 35c for Taffeta Silks worth 50c 57c for Taffeta Silks worth 100 72ic for Taffeta Silks worth 1254k 98c for Taffeta Silks worth 150 110 for Taffeta Silks worth 175 42ic for White China Silk worth GOc Ribbons No 40 all Silk Ribbon 9c 5in all Silk Ribbons lOe 6in Taffeta Ribbons 25c to 6in Messaline Ribbons 29o Notions lc for Card Hooks and Eyes Ic for Package Hair Pins 2c for Roll Tape 2c for Paper Pins 4c for card Safety Pins I 4c for Feather Stitched BraidI 5c for card good Pearl Buttons 5c for good Tooth Brushes r rr 5c for good Dressing Combs 5c for Cake Good Soap 5c for Asbestos Iron Holders lOc for Wafer Dress Shields Val LacestThe largest assortment in this part of the State from lc yard and up ct Space will not allow us to quote all of our wonderful cuts so come and see for yourself f I J S Dt JOHNSON CO f II Tf Jn i i ilJY tJn