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Hf r I = 7f11J ffFJY i tJ ifr r iI I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In Advance i1 I YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 21 I O6N 46 WHITE CANVASSI OXFORDS Dainty and cool Many styles here to select from including the Pump and the demand for Pumps grows stronger every day Also Pink Blue and Grey Canvass Blucher Oxfords r White Canvass Oxfords 150 and 2IBlue Grey and Pink Canvass Oxfords 2 i RKMcCLURESON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY HARGIS AND CALLAHAN ACQUITTED As had been generally believed from the time the jurywas formed the jury in the cases of James Hargis and Edward Calla han charged and proved to have been accessory to the assassina tion of Jas B Marcum after be ing only out 22 minutes brought in a verdict of not guilty It looks as though the verdict had been arranged before the jury wero hardly warm in their places Rumors of the use of money have been rife and so sure were the de fendants of acquittal that they were perfectly satisfied from the startThe good people of that section of the State stand aghast at he re suit Politics have been worked for all they wero worthwhile justice l and right have been trampled un der foot The stench of these assassinations and the farce of trials have arisen to heaven 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 rthe stomach back into working isorder Kodol relieves flatulence stomach palpitation of the tsourGayle belching etc Sold by J AWARDED CONTRACT Mr Will Wright of this city has been given the contract to build the handsome new homo of Mr Frank China on West Wap ping street below Wilkinson It will be a great addition to that part of the city 1tJ t 4 HANDSOME COUNTRY HOME BURNED On Wednesday night htst the handsome old colonial home of Mr C Thos Freeman lying on the old Leestown turnpike be tween Duckers and Spring Station 9 miles from this city caught fire from sparks from the kitchen and was burned to the groundThis was the home of the late Mr Joel Scott and in our boy hood day was noted for the dis pensation of genuine oldtime Kentucky hospitality It was built on roomy and liberal lines comfortInbleblue grass region It saddens us to know that this attractive place is gone The blaze was discovered about 880 p in but was soon beyond control We tender to our boyhood friends Mr Freeman and his charming and lovely wife our sincerest sympathy in their mis fortune Dyspepsia olr national ail went Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stomach membranes promotes how of digestive juices purifies the blood builds you up HBNDI HON GETS STATE- ENCAMPMEN1 By order of the Governor the State Encampment of National Guards will be hold at Henderson this year The following is time order in which the different regiments will go into camp First Regiment August 1220 Third Regiment August 2229 Second Regiment August 31 to September 7 OA TORIABean 6lgnitars of I A1M 1tIIr J 1j THE BLUE GRASS FAIR A big crowd of the people of Lexington and adjacent counties assembled at the courthouse in that city on Tuesday afternoon to consider the holding of a Blue Grass Fair regardless of the State Fair which it is said will be held at Louisville Over 0000 was subscribed in a short time and committees ap pointed to perfect the organize tion file articles of incorporation and secure the balance of the 15000 in stock which will be re quiredSevere criticisms are made upon the course of the Louisville busi ness men who had last ye pledged that city to Lexington to help her keep the State Fair and now had literally bought the Fair away from her Great enthusiasm developed and there is no doubt but that the Blue Grass Fair will be held and will sure bo a success is more than can be said abou- the Louisville fair I have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulets gave just the results desired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfect ly Gorge B Krause 806 Wal nut avenue Altoona Pa COTTAGES SOLD Judge W L Pence purchased on Wednesday from Mrs Julia A Dent two cottages on Holmes street Consideration 1200 Messrs L B Marshall Co made the deal GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tomes Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in use Palo Weak Nervous Delicate Women sutTering from those weak nesses and diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father WiII jinms Indian Tea a wonderful and Regulator It quiets the Nerves puts on flesh gives strength and elasticity to the stop brightens the eyes clears the com plexion and makes you well and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 dt f1kn11Csidt Jt4 FATAL JJSTAKEI Wo fear that the State Board of Agriculture has made t fatal mis take in locating the State Fair ut Louisville That city never has and never will in our judgment sustain an agricultural fair It is only necessary in order to prove this to refer to past history When we were a kid Louisville had splendid grounds handsome anl- ecessaryphitheatre and every adjunct for making such a fair a success and yet in a few short years the grounds were sold for debt and the fair abandoned imply because the people of the city would not sustain it On the contrary Lexinit is the natural location for th fair It is in the very heart of tin finest agricultural and stock region in the State if not in tho world Hu people lave always liberally pa tronized and made n success of such a fair as was designed by the framers of the law under which it is to he held This decision is a sad blow and disappointment to the very inter est it was designed to help It curries failure upon its very face at the start So much for mixing politics with stock fairs A sepcifie for painDr Thom as Eclectrie Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised AI household remedy in America for 25 yearsCAMPING PARTY The following party left Tues day morning for an outing viz Mr and Mrs Charles Armstrong Misses Mary Armstrong nary Markham and Corinne Muu day and Mr George Markham They will camp about two miles below Carrollton on the Ohio river Messrs D Lindsey Shea and Hite Gooch will leave today on tha Steamer Falls City to join this party TO NIAGARA FALLS ETC There will be an excursion FalbrBuffalo and Detroit which will be run over the F C Q C C H Dlaid Wabash Railroads to leave this city on Saturday July 28 It will be personally conducted The rate fur the round trip covering all necessary vtThrough sleepers run this city covering the whole trip The train will return to this city on August August Oth Fur further in formation ad dress Mr 1 D Wyatt Fifth and Walnut Cincinnati 0 This will afford a tine opportunity to visit these splendid cities and to view natures unexcelled wonder Niagara at a very reason rates Any skin itching is a temper tester The more you scratch the worse it itches Roans Ointment cures piles eczemauumy skin itching At all drug stores SALES OF EXPORT CATTLE Simon Weil the Lexington cut tIe buyer has purchased export cattle in this county as follows 80 from A G Tellers is from Mason 54 from Sam Albert lllllmson jl from N R Arm strong Average weight 1150 pounds Price from 4A to 5 cents idfNIt4kk f J A a WPmGES things1ively All Summer Stocks have suffered mightily as a result of the con buyingIn have we experienced such a rapid cleaning out 1Vegains and the bargains i were gIven Were still offering many balgainsthese1are a few of them 35 Shirt jJVaist s50 Suits 4 Shirt Waist Suits 200 White Serge Suits Eton Style 1250 300 Tailored Skirts 398 5 White Lawn Waist i 398 350 White Lawn o aistJ298 100 Black TaUeta Silk 36 in wide 75c per yard 75c Peau de Cygne Silka new soft silk for Shirt Waists and Suitsj50c25c Hose ladies drop stitched in black ex tra quality 19c Skc quality Bleached Cotton lyG per yard 12c Persian Lawn in t1 white r lOc per yard 12ic White Cambric lOc per yard 1 Every Article Guaranteed as represented ol KARIN BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge We Fact Songj For people in troublewe just some how cant help it But if Sc got you in trouble by buying cheap flour just buyJEM next time and your troubles will be over TUB J E PL Milling 60 i d J Jr THINGS THAT MAKE OUR STORE FAMOUS MON EYBAK Black Silk I and Silk Underskirts Our Big Bargain Counters Cee PERSONAL Mrs Orlando Brown spent Tuesday in Lexingtonrt Mrs M T Lyle of Lexington was in the city TuesdardMiss Coranel Crutcher Is visiting relatives In Georgetown t Hon W B Moody of New Castle spent Monday In this city Mrs W S Johnson is spending her- vacation at Estill SpringsIMrs Mary B R day has gone to White Sulphur Springs Va Miss Eloise Booe returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lebanon r Dr J S Goodrich wife and daughter went to Drennon Springs Saturday Mr Tarlton G Julian and family of Florida are guests of relatives here Mr Paul Avis left Tuesday fo Birmingham Ala to visit his brother Mrs C C Hazelrigg left Saturday t for Paris to visit her daughter Mrs Ccott Mrs Belle Sanders Allen is visit It lag her sister Mrs O M Thomas In LouisvilleMrs F Bagby Sr was th guest of Misses Jeffers Main street l on MondayMiss Moore of Lexington Is the guest of Mrs Huston Wood at r Silver Lake Cadet Howard Umethun who is a work in Chattanooga Tenn Is at t home for a visit Mr W H Posey left on Tuesday for his vacation which he will put in r fishing at the lakes Mr J B Lewis of this office cele- bratedi his birthday in Versailles with his family on Sunday t Mr Dennis Lynch of Pittsburg- t Penn who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Miss Hughes of Jackson Tenn wh has been the guest of Mrs J Gray McLean has returned home rMrs Julia Lyons of Lexington was of her daughter Mrs J D Sallee Wilkinson street this week Mrs Ella Bryant returns to he afterra Miss Beth Woodson of Owensboro Dft Side Mr R M Bergman of Irvine who has been the guest of his fatherin 1 law Capt I T West returned hom L SaturdayMrs M Sullivan of Cincinnati Ohio who has been the guest of he f daughter Mrs L P Thompson has returned home Mrs Annie Montgomery and Mrs HE Curtis of Lexington visite- their sister Mrs J B Wood at Silve- Lakef this week Mr Lafe Crutcher wife and son Mrs Mary Blakemore and Mrs Martha Crutcher have returned Drennon Springs fromI Mr John R Walters nail i Newport who have been guests o Mrs A D Martin have gone t Indianapolis IndIMr E S J M Perkins and wife attended th funeral of Mr J W Watson Sr Lexington on Monday Mr L Y Brock and family who have been guests of his brother Mr Gee M Brock haee returned to thei home at Lincoln Neb Mr K Sanford Jr agent Adams Express Co who has been on his vaca tion visiting his parents at Fort Thomas Ky returned home on Mon day tMrs W R Ramkin of Lebanon Mr W W Spalding and Miss Nancy Spaldlng of Brooksvllle Mrs an atfiss Nelson of Natchez Miss are guess of Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott Shelby street CADET HOSE For Boys and Girls Cat W H Insko of Carlisle was this week Mr Thos R Todd of Versailles was here TuesdarIMiss Genevieve Posey Is visiting relatives at Nicholasville Mrs L M Haydon Is visiting her Wyontngi wife are at French Lick Springs Ind Mrs J D Sallee and daughter are visiting relatives In Henry county Mrs Geo L Barnes and children vis friends atNew Castle this week Postmaster Geo W Hutcheson of Lawrenceburg was In the city Mon say Rev J O A Vaught went to Hatton on Thursday and preached there night Gen N B Hays returned Thursday from his canvass of Western Kentucky Mr Jas E Hanrahan wife an children are visiting relatives in ington Mr Belt Wood has returned from a visit to his uncle Dr Scott Wood In New York City Mr Marcus A Jones Jr and Mr CorbltteMrs J J Brooks nee Jett of Versailles visited her father Judge 1L Jett this week Hon L H Carter and wife and Mis wertMrs Jno Wright of Hatton who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Perkins has returned home Mr Jas Mi Hays of Barbourvllle who has been the guest of Gen N B Hays and wife has returned home Mrs Mary Overy of Danville Va who has been the guest of Col C E Hoge and wife has returned home Rev Geo D Prentiss of Clay City thoe Dr R B Gibbs of Harrodsburg was BeatsMrs A J Charnnlng of New York Grantrhome Dr Frank H Thompson for several years pharmacist for Dr McKee Hardie has resigned and removed to Louisville to reside Admiral J Crittenden Watson and wife who have been visiting friends LouiseMr Jos H Cox and daughter Miss Mrsrreturned home Tuesday Mr Chas D Nelson wife and daughter and Mr C E Nelson who havrMisses Artie Ashbrook and Mar t haveIEmmie Scott returned home Tuesday Mrs Walter G Chapman entertained tile younger set on Wednesday In TheIway Rev Edwin Kagin assistant pastor nlspending his vacation here returned home on Tuesday morning hoerof the back for n week He Is snmewnat better now He requests us to thnnk his runny friends who huve ministered to his needs We hope he will soon be well Mr Cressap Ringo wife dren of Ironton Ohio spent seversI days in this city this week Mr Ringo spent his boyhood In this city when his father the late Willis Ringo w- ada clerk In the Auditors office and later Assistant Secretary of State and heI was warmly welcomed by his old boy hood friends and acquaintances DEFENDER MUSLIN UNDERWEAR CHAS J Miss M Lockett Smith visited relatives at Harrodsburg this week MrsPrue H Rodmnn bas returned from visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Jennie Penn is the guest of Miss Bettie George at Powee Valley Mr M H Lucas and wife visited rela tires at Stamping Ground this week Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott have returned from n visit to friends at Leba nonMiss Ada Jouett has returned from a visit to her brother Dr Jno W Jouett at EminenceMr Taylor of Plainfield N J was the of Miss Margaret Bead ing this week Mr Jas H Dryden of Hamilton 0 was the guest of his father Mr Jno B Dryden Sr on Sunday GuytBarrett has returned home Mr Garrard Rodman who has been visiting his mother Mrs Guy Barrett has returned to his home In Oklahoma Shiveley wife and son of dLouisville were guests or her father Mr E J Coleman Fourth avenue this week Dr Jno G Leonard of New Bruns wick who has beAn attending the practice of his brother Dr Leonard has gone home Miss Bessie Addams of Cynthlnn and Mrs Archie Brest and children of Colum bus Miss are guests of Mrs L B Longmoor Second street Miss Bernice Scottow and Miss North of Louisville are visiting Miss Scottows parents Mr W J Scottow and weeksSmith Superintendent of the eLexington Street Railway was the guest of Col J D Sallee Superintendent of the Frankfort Traction Co Saturday VISIT OF LAWRENCEBURG BUSINESS MEN On Thursday evening n big del Cation of Lawrenceburg Business Mens Club came to this city at the request of the local Business Mens Club and were entertained by the latter They also attended the regular meeting of the Club whereat all anddA lunch was served which was highly enjoyed The Lawrenceburg contingent were very enthusiastic in their advocacy of a trclley line from this city to LawrAnceburg and for a closer union of interests between the two cities which feeling was cordially reciprocated by the Frankfort Club- Considerable business was cut out and general progress reported as to obtaining the location of a glass bottle factory and power house for the traction companies We are glad to see the genuine enthusiasm which has been aroused in those matters Sub stantial subscriptions were made for the necessary financial work Sensible and rousing speeches were made by a number of gentle men from both cities FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown paper suit able for putting under carpets Ap ply at this ofllco IIDeWIIt Early Risers famous little pills IThe Weavers Treatment the blood Cento beale ekin eruption The Best CORSETSI WEITZEL THINGYo-u Can Not Afford To MissJ Call and you will be Astonished at the Price of Silks Dress Silks 65c and 60c for 39c India Silk 25c White China Silk 45c Black Taffeta sold many places for 150 and 125 98c Beautiful Dress Silk in patterns 650 8 and 11 a suitany of them worth 10 to 15 Dress Goods75c dress Goods for 49c a Novelty Suitings 150 and 125 for 98cJAllWool Serge 50c and 60c 39c Lawns and Muslins 5c 8c 9c and Oc a yard The New Creation in Belts lOc 25C and 50cw Muslin and Lace Curtains=You can save 25 1 per cent on this class goods Rugs Mattings Linoleums and Oil Clo- thsHEENEYF T 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 j impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING If lletda ncw vehicle of 1Yefrom Frankfort and deliver them back to your without co- stSeller Carriage GoI 1 VERSAILLES KY H K WARD President 1Z5 R G C M BROWXIXG Sec and Trea CINCINNATI AND RETURN l F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday July 22nd 91 Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS II t J Mill Ends ReadytoWear eating for your needs Shirt WniRt Suit some choice styles in the sale now 9500 Suits 3 25 300 Suits 200 Linen SuitsPony Coat Suits Stylish and Service ablegives you just the light Wrap you need 20 Suits 1000 15 Suits 7 50 Skirts fiOO White Mohair Skirt 398 NUMBERED are i the days of the Mill End Sale Only a few more days of oppor tunity in buying at these LOW MILL END PRICES Come Monday or Saturday Mill End Shirtings Mill End Sheetings HEAVY STORM OF RAIN WIND AND LIGHTNING l On Monday last one of the heav iest storms of rain wind and light ning of the season visited this city and vicinity fPrevious to the storm the morning was close and sultry and the clouds collected so heavily and k darkly that lights had to be turned on in many business houses When the clouds did let loose the streets were veritable rivers and the wind flashes of lightning accompanied by heavy crashes of thunder shook houses and all na ture was tense as though on wires Considerable damage was done t to crops and trees and telephones were burned out in all parts of the I cityThe Traction Co property was considerably damaged two cars being put out of business and the generator at the power house in jured However these injuries were soon repaired by the energet ic and and wideawake Superinten dent Col J D Sallee whoquick ly had an electrical expert from Lexington at work and the serv t4ice was soon restored The storm was a hummer while it lasted Later the rain commenced again and continued nearly all of Mon day night It seems to have been general all over this section of the StateDr L Shoops Rheumatic Remedy when used faithfully will reach chronic 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 r tige of rheumatic poison from the blood Sold by all dealers ENLARGED BUSINESS AND CHANGE OF NAME r Owing to the enlarged business ventures of the company adding the manufacture of other things besides shoes the Frankfort Shoe Co has filed articles of incorporation t in the county clerks oilice increasing the capital stock and changing the name to the Hoge Montgomery Co The officers of the company are Chas E Hoge President H H Roberts Secretary and Treasurer I ng A FRIENDS ADVICE Will Often Help You Greatly Read What a Frankf jrt Citizen says You may hesitate to listen to the advice of strangers but the testimony of friends or residents of Frankfort is worth your most careful attention It is an easy matter to investigate such proof as this The evidence must be conclusive Read the following- Mr Coleman Carr of 441 Main street Frankfort Ky says I received great benefit from using Conns Kidney Pills For a long time I was embarassed during the day and annoyed at night by the too frequent action of the kidney secretions The doctors pro nounced my trouble as diabetes and for all they treated me I was unable to get relief By a friend- I was induced to try Doans Kid ney Pills and got a box at J W Gayles drug store andon taking them it was only a short time before I felt great improvement and finally the whole trouble was removed I used Doans Ointment for Ec zema which I had for a long time on one of my legs about the shin The constant irritation at times most drove me wild Despite the use of preparation after preparation nothing helped me until by good fortune I heard of Doans Ointment and procured a box This remedy gave me quick and positive relief and proved satis factory in every respect For sale by oil dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the name =Doans and take no other HORSE SALE Read the ad in todays paper of King Bros offering western horses for sale These tough and wiry animals are becoming quite popular in this section- WANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by nail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad van cod Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 4Gnu f Wltes Early Risers The famous littlo pills Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions COL ROGER D WILLIAMS PROMOTED Under the new law governing the National Guard of this State Col Roger D Williams of Lex ington has been appointed by the Governor to the position of Brig adierGeneral of the brigade com posed of the three Regiments of National Guards Generally debilitated for Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all run down Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn GLASS BOTTLE FACTORY ASSURED A number of leading capitalists of this city have taken the bal mince of the capital stock in the bottle works and very handsome sums have been subscribed in or der to procure the site for the buildings The factory is now an assured thing Good for the Bus iness Mens Club LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I Imvo a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock- C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf THE PREMIER EeH TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky tf y4i4c f d n End Linens IMill I Mill End Lawns LAWIN S1lfNGS 500 THE VERY BESTIR SONS TAYLOR KENTUCKY WHISKEY For Sale Lots in Frankfort I have caused my land on Arlington Heights extending from the State Arsenal lot east to Mr dels lot laid out on the ground in convenient lots fronting on new av enues to be opened as when the lots shall he sold I have at my olllce a plat made by R A Frazier City Engineer showing the location and dimensions of the lots and proposed streets and alleys to which I invite the attention of those desiring to purchase lots for residence purposes Trio Water Co and Gas Co will extend their mains as the lots are sold and sewer connection can be readily made The location of these lots can not be surpassed for healthfulness the beauty of scenery- I will take pleasure in the lots to all persons showinIpurchase and will make prices terms of sale on tion to me- 872m JOHN B LINDSEY DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats j Port Huron the Magnificent Steamsn of tilt 1SeMafterarrivalofmorniagtrarnsReturning foot of Madison Street at Sundays ooo r Fare to unlimite round trip Si is 5CIto Detroit and nturn Week Daya Sunday 7sc To 1t Huron and a delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra r steam etc 0t llfiHAH Trttgr or OOLOCHOJfJL ft 9 I ShirtWaists Thia week we add some very Stylish Shirt Waists nt tempt ing prices 300 and 3r0 Sheer Wnists 922li 200 Waists 149 150 Wrists 125 Mill End- Notions Mentions Talcum iSo Gem Pins 3o IPenrl Buttons 4c Good Hair Brush lOc Plain Handkfs 2 for 5c No 40 AllSilk Rib bon lOc No 80 25c quality Taffeta Ribbon 19o 50c White Hand Bags 3Sc A 750 ROGERS26ly OLD Rid and and and and cldI ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have for sale 20 stands of premisesMISS WILLANNA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn Ky 42tf Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in effect July lilOU sub ject to change without notice For Memphis11tst 9OO A1I ami 114 PM Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Kiclunoml Old Point and Norfolk 10 IS A and 741 P Daily l3lyr PRESSURE PUTTON Sunplest5urest5afcstllandlelt Sclffilling Pen Ink to spillao clogging or shaking the button at the pictureand the pen dill Write the Instant it touches the paper Eagle 50 Flash Noxj with karat solid point vulcanized and guaranteed Eagle Flash No 25 with told bands 250 Eagle Flash No 26 rt1ovkibanJ 300 400 by and Other Ask YOUR DEALER If he doesnt sell the Eagle Fountain Pens then send the retail direct to pen absolutely guar anteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York t TfteFranRronHDuntiaDQUt === Entered nt the jiostotHco at Frankfort lien tucksassccondclassmaihtblematirr IOED A LEWIS Pror and Pub b FRANKFORT JULY 21 1906 OUGHT TO BE MADE TO- e MOVE ON Thero is no oarthly excuse for anyone to say they cant obtain work in this city A gentleman who has charge of alYairs for a company employing many hands informed us yesterday that he needed quite a number nfj men to rush along the work he is doing and he went to the lower part off the city Thursday and endeavored to obtain the necessary men He k applied to 41 men both white and colored who were doing noth ing but loafing around the streets and could only obtain one mnn and he only worked half a day and quit There are scores and scores of strapping stout men of both races who will not work and yet who are the first to ask assistance from the public Any man who wishes to work has a abundance of opportunity to obtain it and only those are idle- who wont work They shnuld be made to move on or arrested as vagrants and forced to labor There is no room in this community for dead beats and loafers Move on- OFFICER OF PRISONS The State Prison Commission met in this city on Wednesday and elected the following officers Frankfort Deputy 1Varden1V S Haw kins of Carroll county Asssistant Deputy Wardens George It Caywood of Rowan county and Taylor Ecton of Clark county Clerk of PrisonG M Row land of Harrison county- PhysicianJoseph Barr of Mal rion county reelected rEddyvillef Warden Henry Hagerman of i Warren county reelected r Deputy ordenE P Gillen waters of Barren county Assistant Deputy Wardens Charles Miller of Breckinridge r county und John Wilson of Un ion county Clerk of PrisonLouis P Head of McCracken county Chaplain Rev J D Woodson I of Webster county reelected The positions of Warden and Chaplain at the local prison were not filled as also the place of f Physician nt the Eddyville prison Three former members of the t Legislature W S Hawkins off Carroll E P Gillenwaters of r Barren and L P Head of Mc Cracken were given positions f We regret to learn that Capt J i D Kennedy Clerk of the Prison here lost out in the shuffle He ik made an efficient officer and is a Christian gentleman He and his hiexcellent family will be sadly f this community t f vacation Disease takes no summerI If you need flesh and strength us- eScotts EmulsionIsummer as in Send for free sample SCOTT R nOWNE Chemists 409413 Pearl Street New York Soc and roo all druggists Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has heen five years since I was cured of heart trouble by Heart Cure and Nerv inc and Inm just as sound as a dollar in that today For several I had been suffering with my heart Breathing had become short and difficult at times short pains about the heart sometimes- accompanted with fluttering would make me feel faint and languid The 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 was induced to give our 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 Va are many symptoms of heart disease IThere closely of more com disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the kidneys liveror lungs become affected Again the symptoms those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the is easily excitable to worrywithout cause If have the least heart is weak study symptoms and begin the use of Dr Miles Heart the great heart and blood tonic without a days druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CAKE SALE We are requested by the Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church to announce that they will have their cake sale in the room formerly occupied by the Safety Vault Co Hume building today Saturday They will have cakes pies sal ads etc for sale at very reasona ble prices Buy your Sunday dessert from these good ladIDr 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 will restore their vigor 8trengthI ber it does no good to ailing organ the rebellious stomach diseased kid neys They are not to blame Go hack to the nerves that control them treat the cause use a rem edy that cures through the inside nerves Sold by all dealers PAINFUL ACCIDENT TO GEN HAYS Gen N B Hays Democratic candidate for Governor who had gjne to Mayfield to make a speech ii advocacy of his candidacy while taking a bath at the hotel slipped and fell against the side of the tub breaking a rib After surgical attention however hens able to speak on Monday af ternoon 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 etsonly 5 cents Sold by all dealers SAD DROWNING On Sunday afternoon a lad by the name of Harry Morris son of Mr Jas B Morris now with Mr Henry Burckhardt went in bathing in the river near the SaiTell distillery went beyond his depth and not being able to swim was drowned The was recovered soon af resuscitnted1I about 16 yours of age and was all unusually bright and capable lad relntivesI Rev J 0 A Vaught of odist Church and the remuinsl were laid away in our cemetery STAMPING GROUND A number of western horses were sold here on Saturday after noon Mrs Geo E Wilkerson has us her guest Miss Margaret Gibson of Cincinnati DIr1 S Randolph and wife of Lexington who were guests of friends here last week returnee home Saturday Miss Annie Hill Miss Austin nnd Mr Harvey Hill of Coving ton came up on the High Bridge excursion Sunday and spent the lilY here Mr W II Oldham and family have moved to Frankfort Mr Oldham is conducting a flour and feed store in the Capital city ElkIhornkeeping house in their fathers late residence IA splendid rain fell here Mon morning and again in the night that night It was very much needed by corn and tobacco It was accompanied by heavy crashes of thunder and lightning Mr A J Robinson had two fine milch cows killed by the lightning on Monday A sensational tool place near here on Saturday It seems that Mr Jack Graves who is said to be a clever fellow when not in his Cups filled up or rectified Saturday afternoon went home and terrified his wife arc children Later he went to n neighbors and was eating his sup per when his wife appeared She had a revolver in her hand Graves saw her jumped up mal began scuffling with her endeavoring to take the pistol away from her In the melee the gun was discharged several times one bal taking effect in Graves left side when he fell to the ground Mrs Graves surrendered to Marsha Richie and was taken to jail ir Georgetown She claims the shooting was accidental as the gun wai a selfcocking one Various ru mors however are afloat It is thought Graves may recover Jenlous and menu dont nssimiliitetKO LIVE 100 YEARS IMANY for living a ful century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynes vine Me now 70 years old Sin writes Electric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me fee as well and strong as a young girl Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseases Blooc disorders General Debility anc bodily weakness Sold on a guar antee at all druggists Price onl 50c vTONSORIAL PARLOR SOLD Mr W J Mandeville has sold his tonsorial parlor on St Clai street near Main to Mr N B Lagle who has moved in CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic cons ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patten too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cnn bo prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu lady Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottlo 25c regular size 75u At all drug gists yr UirnI7IVER JJTliQ good steamer Falls City will give her regular weekly ox cursion to Tyrone and return thi evening A nice outing and a de lightful cooling oil preparatory for Sunday Try itl IO4a CA Beau Signature of BoughttZr PleasanttOitake Trde di 1j Laxative Syrup1J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG i- tr Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p in nnd nt 0 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and 10 and 13 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 n in to 7 p iii and nt 0 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 n in to 8 Jm and nt p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 0 a mi to 0 p m nnd at 8 and 10 In Leave Versailles very hour frosts 7 n in to 7 p in and at 0 nnd 11 p in E T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Itf r r t Hr Cadys Condition roiraers just what a horse needs when in condition Tonic blood purifier vermifuge They are not food areJmedicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeConiDte GayleJ COUCHtJKILL THE AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings j New Discovery II FOR CONSUMPTION Price SOc 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LES or MONEY BADE aUIt r t MARRIEBJOHNSONIn n Wednesday to Mr Geo W Johnson and wifon daughter r BULLCROWE Ann ounce npiA Bull of Greenville Miss and Miss Elizabeth Crowe I Mr Bull is a son of Mrs S Bullof this city and is a fin young man in every way IT bridetobo is tho sister of Re Wm Crowe of this city and t a lovely young lady intellige and accomplished as well as very handsomeThe e will take place Richmond in the early fan We congratulate them IiOINOINNAT FALL FESTIVAL if T Cincinnati 0 July 20Spl ofJf organizations in the United States It is n municipal affair in nature ti its officials bqing nonsalaried and elected by the people any of whom N can qualify as an elector by sub j1 scribing to a sham of the stock or in other words contributing to f the support of the exposition moneyjtcall the attention of the Mirr dIe Wust and Southeastern States Exhibits from these sections will fill two huge exhibition halls that groundfognizing the importance of the f feast and are asking for space in which displays may bo made ndvisnblett on August 28 the opening date of exhibiithrown open to the public Rail roads will put on ridiculously low t ratesThe amusement features of th festival will be enormous A mu sical production of a spectacular featureentitledThe Blue Moon will be staged at Music Hall one of the buildings of the fair I j seats 4000 people and is the fines theatre in the West More than t 250 people will be seen on the stage at one time during the ac tion of the piece in addition to a number of elephants camels broughjhad a run of two years solid The production alone will cost for the four weeks something like 75000 A big theatrical firm of New York has been engaged to stage the showOn the grounds and in the hall will be Government displays big vaudeville show a Hippodrome circus and many other attractions Are You Tired Nervous and Sleepless Nervousness and sleeplessness are us Daily due to tho fact that tho nerves are not fed on properly nourishing blood they are starved nerves Dr Piercest Golden Medical Discovery nukes pure rich blood and thereby tho nerves are properly nourished and all tho organs of are run as smoothly as machin youfeeltoned up and invigorated und you are i good for a whole lot of physical or mental work Best of all the strength and in crease in vitality and health are lastliw Tho most tonics and med saleforcomposed of alcohol holding tho drugs in solution This alcohol shrinks up the redtblood corpuscles and in tho long greatly system Ono may feel exhilarated and better for the time being yet in tho end weakened and with vitality MedicalDiscoveryof it bears upon its wrapper The Badge of Honesty in a full 0 its several ingredients For tho druggist to offer you something ho claims is just as intelligenceEvery the world famod Golden Medical Discovery has the unanimous approval and endorsement of tho leading medical authorities of all tho several of practice No forlikeTho Golden Medical Discovery not Iobtainedall stomach liver and bowel troubles as in dyspepsia biliousness con stipation ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments but tho Golden Seal root used in its compound itlonroot Black Cherrybark Bloodroot Man triplerefinedThe Common Sense Medical Adviser is sont free in paper covers on receipt orI21 onecent stamps to pay the cost of mqrtl only the clothbound VPierceDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure con Btipatlon biliousness and headache J BEATMS GORDON In this city on day afternoon Mrs Frances Gordon widow of tho late M r Archie Gordon raged 64 years after a illness 1Mrs Gordon was raised in A derson county but had lived in this city many years She was a whoCso was care isfor her husband her children and Epitis s a num years leaves five sons William Robert Fred James and George Gordon liand a number of grandchildren to mourn her death The funeral services were con ducted on Wednesday afterno on by Mr Chas Clingman aft which the remains were laid away in our cemetery HALF THk WORLD WONDERS How the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve never wonder IfIt will cure outs wounds burns sores and all akin eruptions they know it ld Reynoyo e one neces GuaraldMADE NEW RECORD Postmaster Geo L Barnes of fice broke the record and made a new one on Monday when 3J registered packages were received and delivered that day It took a lot of hustling but the boys got right down to busi ness and put it through nIl 0 BEATS THE MUSIC CURE 3To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 La PoughkeepsieY Life N Pills They are the most reliable hayte Liver and Bowels Guaranteed all druggists 25 cents TRIP TO ATLANTIC CITY persBowmar editor The Sun Ver sailles Week at Atlantic City three days sightseeing in Wash ington cold Philadelphia Railroad fart hotels etc included detailss sailles Ky 442t A PPOINTEDCOLONEL Major J Embry Allen of Lexington has been appointed Col onel of the Second Regiment Na tiontil Guards of Kentucky to succeed Col Roger D Williams appointed BrigadierGeneral BOOK NOTES The Legal Literature Compnny- of Chicago are now publishing th first of a series of small volumes written by Henry S Wilcox of Chicago Bar They are designed to point out in a mev and entertaining manner thefollies and frailties of judges lawyers and juries which have come to the notice of the author during his many years of experience as a trial lawyer The book is entitled Foibles of the Bench price 16100and contains sketches of typical good and bad judges and poilitsout abuses which have be proceedlItg9 t abounds in humorous incidents illustratingthe points made and calculated to interest the genn reader as well as the member of the legal profession The other volumes to follow will be entitled Foibles of the Bar Frailties of the Jury and Fallacies of a the Law All the above volumes p rlofi MR POWERS AT THOMAS LEIIn the Observers account of the orphanRlowing reference to the speech of Rev 0 L Powers pastor First Baptist Church of this city 11At 11 oclock the literary ad of the occasion was delivered HighPointchaste uplifting and ennablin address has not been heard here greatinstitution Realization of a Dream and he held the tremendous audience spellbound from start to finish 1He spoke without manuscript o even notes and in a clear well rounded voice pictured this dream 1of life in such magnetic way that he drew all hearts to him even the little children could understand and appreciate it This man who is fittingly named Pow yaunere Baptist denomination but all Christians should delight to hon him The church at High Point shouldcount itself fortunate in HighPointRev Mr Powers was formerly pastor of Providence Baptist Church this county and married one of Franklin countys sweet est and most lovely girls Miss Blanche Scofield We are glad to see that he is ap preciated in his new home 0 COUNTY ASSESSOR WAY LAID 9Coulter of Leslie S D county relater the following I was way laid by a complication of throat and lung troubles bronchitis asthma and a terrible cough yearsKKings New Discovery Relief came almost immediately and in a short time a permanent cure re suited No other medicine com pares with it as a sure and quit cure for cough and colds cures after all other remedies hav failed Every bottle guaranteed at all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free OFF FOR CINCINNATI The F S Cnnd Q C Rail wciys will have their usual excur every other week to Cincin nati tomorrow Train leaves a ta m Fare for round trip 125 A SWEET BREATH A sweet breath adds to the joy 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 There is only one remedy that digests what you eat and makes the breath as sweet as rose and that remedy is Kodol for dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart tool other ailments arising from disorder of the stomach and digestion Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it 1eGaylo ACT ESTABLISHING NORMAL SCHOOLS UPHELD JJpTudge H L Stout hauled down a decision on Thursday in the case of Marseo v lInger upholding the constitutionality of the new law establishing the two normal schools Marsue sued for an in junction to keep the Auditor from paying the money appropriated for the work of the schools on the ground that it was using the common school fund for other purposes rSTREET CAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 020 and every ten minutes thereafter 980 pm After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On tho cemetery line they leave same plots nt 080 a m and every thirty minutes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capitol Hotel at 6 in and every thirty minutes till 1010 m Leestowo cars leave Capital Hotel at 50 a m and every thirty minutes till p m J D SALLEE Supt beengand has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ExperimentrWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms grand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the orStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS f Bears the Signature of c2MThe Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years 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 CoaTo the Public and the Patrons of the Capital Gas l Electric Light Go The Electric Current 101 volt cycles is aow in operation from a m till 12 p 1906tper Less 20 per cent on 6000 to 30000 Watts equal to 16c per 1000 W Less per cent on 3000 to 60000 Watts equal to loc per 1000 W Less 40 per cent on 6000 to Watts equal to 12c per 1000 W Less 50 per cent on 9000 to 120000 Watts equal to lOco per 1000 W Less 60 per cent on 120000 and over Watts equal to 8c per 1000 W pays Respectfully yours Managert12 LEXINGTON KYS12 TO Old Point Comfort A Return Via Chesapeake Ohio Ry Monday July 23 =Saturday August 11 15 days limit good for stopovers in the mountains AUCTION SALE OF HORSES TERMS CASH Bring your money and halter with you We will sell at auction only so do not come to buy nt private sale We will sell 50 Head of Western Horses at a time to tho highest bidder at Thos K Robbs Stable Clinton Street Frankfort Ky on Saturday July 21 1906 This Stock is Saddle and Driving bred are light boned young and shapely ages from 2 to 5 years Sale will commence promptly at p regardless rff weather All Dealers and Speculators should attend as we will sell without limit or turnpikeCallD A PETERS AuctioneerKING BROS CASTORIAFor Bo Kind You Have Always Bought Dears tho- Sianaturt of JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASON FRANKFORT XYJ Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 336m ilt I WALn 6 rWAiQ1 ES 6 AREtiCARRED ALL OVER T EW mjj f 1 Cases plaint simple and ornate Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or t i For the Roundabout MOTHERS VS NURSES Our attention was recently called to this allimportant question by an object lessonperti neat and to the point Walking along the Boule- Vard on the South Side the cry ing of a little child caused us to stop and question the reason for tearsMe wants to do home me wants mama The nurse expostulated as she explained Its the beatenest young un ter git stubborn fits that ever was borned I clans ter myselfever time we come a walk in that its agoin ter he the last timeIf Mrs B would just stay at home two evenings in the week so as to look after the children I could some time git out by my self But them receptions and card parties takes up all her time p come on you horrid young un She hurried the poor small un fortunate crying brokenhearted ly along the street dragging him partially by the arm and scolding impatiently until lost in the dis tance We did not ask the name of the child but in our hearts a record was kept of the homesick little one whose mother had thought lessly left it to the tender mercies ofa hired nurse while she per chance was alleviating conscience by gift of a bag of pop corn or oeHringfn realism Mothers are like the proverbial poet born not made and when ever the child must be left with a nurse she should see to it that said nurse is a suitable companion the chief characteristics of her attributes being kindly consideration for the lonely little one left in her charge If a cul tivated refined mother could ral In Womanly Ailments and Weaknesses Dr Shoops Night Cure Soothes Heals and Cures while the Patient Sleeps The best remedy which physicians know for Female Weaknesses Is composed of parts of a eertin white Illy To this are added other remedies which draw out the poisons and heal the Inflamed membranes This soothing anti septic local application Is known by druggists and physicians everywhere as DR Snoops NIGHT CORE beoauseAlt cures while the pa tient sleeps and thad morning ands the pain the inflamma dBtIon the discharges abated The lives of jmany women are records of martyr They suffer they are sick they never know a well dayyet t all this suffering and sickness Ms unnecessary Every ailingwomanmaybemade strong may be made to ex perience the vigor and vi tallty of roo bust and pertec tly healthy wo anhood It is to this eve r tn maslnc number otsufferingwomen hatDrShoop sends his message of hope tad life and cheer It is to theso lick and ailing womenvlTthat DR SUOOPB NIOHT CURB come as a Balm of Ollead r You may not know your trouble by the name physicians give it but remember DR Snoops may be relied upon in all cases of InItt Inflammation congestion irregular or painful penstruauon Ask for Dr Snoops NIGHB xnt Recommended and sold by ALL DEALERS j of l Nt KEEPING I GOOD tOHTGff Is necessary to every man who would succeed in t life TIle kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you i ofie of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will t obey them Only standard and reliable movements i find place here and we willingly guarantee them to J be accurate timekeepers J j i M A SELBERT iae what language her child hears and what company it keeps she would be horrified beyond mews tire We have been face to face with such condition Is there any re course Yes Train girls white ones for this important position Let them be kindergarteners lovers of childhood capable intelli gent child keepers With these kindred spirits no mother need fear of leaving her child at home while she attendeds ocial func tions or was absent on other occasions The one who has charge of earliest childhood years must have superior endowment must hold herself above the low ideas of com mon environment and make her charge one of love In the days before the war the black mammy heldsuperior sway Her province was loyal service she had as much jurisdiction over the white child as the mother herself It was the tenderest of solicitude Today a colored nurse abrogates au thority compulsory and forces her charge against its will It is in deed a cruel thing this dominant willpower under which the mod ern motherhood loses vantage ground and become nerveless and incapacitated No small wonder that the infant terrible is incorrigible and the drift of tendencies toward the reformatories calculated to cause shame Read the childhood of Thaw and asceratin how comradeship poisoned his earliest social status Go back to Bible history and find why the sons of Eli suffered death because their father would not re strain them even when he saw the fruits of their disobedience U Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap It is as true as life Mothers must stop and consider the extent and outcome of this all important matter of nurses It is a common topic of conversa tion the utter ungraciousness of all classes of servants why not bring the subject nearer home and condense sufficiently to enable most mothers to secure attendants worth while Mothers you are in great measure responsible for the going a stray of your child You placed it amid temptatfons and left it alone Small wonder then that handicapped by a nurse who dope- it to cause it to sleep and whips it to prevent discovery of her do ings that one day your darling will have devleoped hip disease which will make her a cripple throughout life or the angel of death will have claimed the neg lected spirit whose earthly existence was made so unhappy by the unnatural mother Make a note of tins and try t redeem the future A word to the wise is sufiicintI N rI Delayed Letter STAMPING GROUND The annual Sundayschool Convention for the fourth district met at the Christian Church in this place on Sunday afternoon There was a large attendance and a profitable meeting was held The convention was opened with prayer by Rev G W Hill and closedwith the benediction by Elder C L Ford Mr A J Bridges was elected president and Miss Mary Secretary for the ensuing FordI A nice collection was taken the work of the Sundayschool Board The strawberry and raspberry crops have come and gone and now the luscious and tempting blackberry is on the market notwithstanding the chigres which are unusually abundant this sea son MY Thos Hook of Winfield han is the guest of his brother Mr W L Hook Mr T J Bruner U S mail clerk on the LtC A Railroad from Versailles to Beattyville was in the community July 4th on a visit to his family Mrs J G Blanton and Miss Mattie Kelly are still on the sick listThe voice of the thresher is heard in the land and the golden grain is being rapidly garnered The grains are large and plump and the yield better than prophe sied The price has declined from SI to 7G cents The luscious blackberry is now being transformed into jam dump lings and wine Oh my Yum YumlIThe way white top is taking the meadows and pastures in this vi cinity is appalling Can not our farmers find some way to eradi cate this pest Mr George Adams of Kansas City Mo is visiting his father Mr Jno B Adams UNO 4 lfgenuineLaxative the remedy that cares a cold In one day ELECTRIC MASSAGE Mr E S Roberts the upto date tonsorial artist has installed in his parlors an improved electric face massage machine It is just the thing and has an invigorating and cleansing power over the cut icle of the face and neck Try one and see if you dont like it sNOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Ton for all diseases of the Liver and Kid neys Stomach and Bowels It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bowels cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tablet form For hale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 OAS 9 r0Bears Signaturo of A iha fs Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin dUcaees 2LIffi LLGi yam wrila reetJReliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S IF YOU BUY IT AT SCLBERTS ITS GOOD I F C SPECIALS I jI Oizly TO 980NIAGARA FALLS The Frankfort Cincinnati Railway has arranged with the Pull nun Co to send Tourist Sleepers to Frankfort which will leave here on 050 a m train July 28th running through to Niagara Falls in connection with C H D Ry Special leaving Cincinnati 180 p in Pullman fare 150 for berth Frankfort to Niagara Falls Res ervations now on sale Apply to C TV HAY General Agent i DOING FINE BUSINESS By a note from Manager D J McNamara of the Capital Opera House we learn that he is doing a fine business with his repertoire company at Woodland Park Aud itorium in Lexington We are glad to learn of his success A prompt reliet for croup One Minute Cough Cure cuts the ionlthetion Sold by J W Gayle e rINSURANCE PAID A check for 1000 was received Monday by Messrs W B Chenowith and Gustav Lafon taine financial and recording sec rotaries from the Grand Lodge of Knights and Ladies of Honor for Mrs Eunice K Lawrence widow of Mr W G Lawrence who died about six weeks since GOOD for OLD and YOUNG I August riower keeps the children healthy std Pull strop of gaud frolic the whole day tong Bo when Mamma needs more they off gleeAnd the druggist Please give it w me to get up brisk and fresh In the morning lack of appetite allor muddy complexion and poor Spirits these all indicate a disordered andbaddigesdonin adults and children too They also indicate the urgent neco of taking Greens August Flower regu larly for a few days qIts a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure dyspepsia and chronic constipation and is a tonic for QTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle L a l tlt h 1REnJI iIBig4ElPassenger Let the Sun do its Worst 4shoulda bottle of Cuticilla Cream- It will enable you to have all ofIth-eenjoyment of outdoor sportinone of the subsequent fort Cuticilla Cream is an anti dote for sunburn It is a cool ing healing refreshing lotion 4 that defends the skin in a most 1 magical way Hastens the re moval of tan and cures the bites and stings of insects It is the most effective lotion you can find no matter what price you pay 15 Cents t Large Bottle 25c I Jr WN GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 040 p m Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No 102ILeaves iiiOl p in Arrives 635 p m No Local Mall No Leaves 720 a in Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to und Prom Elizabeth town HodgunvilloondHopkinsvUle except no Sunday Kurvlcu to Elizabuthtown and Hodgentoville Stops at nil stations No Accommodation No Loaves 480 p m Ar ives 055 a m toHodSundays at all stationsStol Trains Run Daily l f Wt I1t 4it A PAINTS OILS GLASS LIMB CEMENT l Screen Wire- Screen Doors AdjustableScreen Windows 4 ENSIGN EPISCOPAL CHURCH A Chinn rector being absent hns Cllngman will conduct serv aces at n m and 780p in Sunday July 080 a in Sundayschool 11 a in Prayer and Sermon 780 p n Prayer and Sermon inEverybody 11 a m und 8 p in Noservece at a in Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m In the chapel Pra 9er meeting on Wednesday night at 7 Seats free RHudsonpreachingThe at 11 a m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the Christina Endeavor Society meets at chapelPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at- C 745 in the Everybody invited Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev C K Crawford of Louisville will preach at a NoP evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a mIOhrlstlanEndeavorPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Vielors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0IA Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 645 p m Prayer meetlng on Wednesday evening at 745 Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor being Rev Dr W 0 Clark Loulsv111o will preach at a m and 780 p in- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 730 invited to attend CHAPLAIN ELECTED Rev Joseph Severance pastor of the Newtown Christian Church j Scott county was elected to the position of Chaplain of the local prison on Thursday to succeed Rev T F Taliaferro who has been the incumbent since 1900 The appointment becomes effect ive August 1st Mr Taliaferro has made a most t successful and efficient officer and his friends regret his removal LOOK A LITTLE AHEAD It is always well to have a box of salve in the house Sunburn cuts bruises piles and boils yield to DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Should keep a box on hand at all times to provide for emergencies For years the standard but fol lowed by many imitators Bo sure you get the genuine DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve o Ktidol Dyspepsia Cure Dlgttts what you eat 1IfIiii1I HARDWAREOF MOST ALL KINDS AT e RCSOWERCOSCall on them when in need of LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for week ending July 21 Addams J B DudleyColeman Cozine Auretta 2 Davidson Charlie Gay Mrs Mary Greenman Mrs Ruth Hagan W CT Hardiman C E House J C James Miss Julia McPherson Dr J W Peter Arlund Co 3 Robinson Billie Seemonics Mrs Fannie Sleets Mrs Jennie Smith Almira D GeorgeWakefield When calling for the above letters please say adveertlsed GEOLBARNESPM PEA RIDGE- Sundayschool in Choateville is very interesting and instructive Quite a number of young people are attending regularly Every one cordially invited at 3 p m Prayermeeting every Wednesday night at same place Mr Curtis Moore was the guest of Miss Jessie Chambers last Sun dayMiss Stella Hulett was the guest of lier friends in Bellepoint this week The Misses Hamilton of Ben son are visiting in Frankfort this weekMrs L Edge and daughters Misses Edith and Lilafred have returned after an extended visit to Mrs Frank Stoops at New Al bany Ind They had a delightful and enjoyable time and returned home in much better health Mr John Edge Jr is quito sick at his home Miss Edith Edge entertained quite a number of her young friends Tuesday night that being the anniversary of her birthday Miss Josephine Moore of Belle point is teaching the school here Miss Henrietta Nicols is teach ing in Choatevillle Miss Lonie Moore was the guest of Miss Elsie Peters on Sunday SCRIBE 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 ened tissues soothing the inflamed and sensitive surfaces and will surely clean up all catarrhal and local troubles Sold by all dealers LARGE HOUSE FOR PIGS Mr Wm T Luschor who lives about two and a half miles from the city on the Leestown piko is building one of the largest houses for his pigs in this section It will cover about half an acroi Ho has specially fine stock of that kind having purchase the noted Pennsylvania Berkshires several years ago He very successful in raising themI THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate n trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try the period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion CitylAmericas virgin play Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its grout dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky- RAILROAD TIME TABLE L AccommodationLouisville leaves 5 40 a m Louisville Accommodation returns 015 p m Train West 985 a m Train West 350 p m Train East 94Qa m Train East 420p m C O Westbound 909 a m Westbound 014 p m Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p m F C Leaves for Paris 620 a m Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris i00 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket h I a at the pr his what Mrs Lucy Stovall of Tilton said after taking C of other weak women being re stored to perfect health this edy YOU maybe well if you will take it IndlgestloncauslI nearly the sick that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become disused Cure enables stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of wholesome food that may bo eaten It nourishes body and rebuilds weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartbum and stomach disorders Digests What You Eat DolUrfiottUholdilH tloti much trial oral Ga art by rem all ness the tho the the tho all Pr var 4 at th Lib oratory sf 10D Wlt 40oOUeafoOiA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have in nugurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 730 a m and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates froe reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to tat Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to FAansville and 43 miles the short est to St Louis U S CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS A competitive examination under the rules of the U S Civil Service Commission for the posi tion of clerk messenger store keepergauger in the Fifth or Sev enth Internal Revenue District ofI Kentucky will be held on the 5th day of September 1906 commencing at 0 oclock a m Applications for this examina tion must be made on the pre scribed form which with neces sary instructions may be obtained from the commissions local rep resentative at the Frankfort Ky postofKce or from the under will not be ac cepted unless received by the undersigned before 480 oclock p m on August 1 1900 All persons wishing to take this exam ination should secure blanks and fill them out at once in order to allow time for any necessary cor rections- C W MOSS Secretary Board of Examiners Postoftice Cincinnati 0 All applicants for this examina tion must specify in their applications the internal revenue dis trict in which employment is de sired td fig The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 A MI DAILY EXUEPTIA M P M ttIoS4Nos2J ArI11Lv D Frankfort 790 Summit Elkhorn 11111 2191 Switzer Stamping Ground 6 tH2111 Duvall Johnson 110 8 Georgetown I 0 S Depot 6 723 Newtown 854 CentervilleElizabeth 5 320 747 Paris Junctn 832545 3 to Ar t Paris f Lv 8 30 3 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with JiC Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L 8KTWEEi FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA GEORGETOWN P V A MPM MIA Lr Frankfort Ar 25 Georgetown Ar Ur Cincinnati Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAHIS A P M R M Lv Frankfort Ar 715 Lv Georgetown Ar 3 Lv Ar 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKi CENTRAL R POINTS TWFtf 20A L Frankfort A1I1 5A TM 64P A Richmond Lw 20A 155P A Cincinnati 365P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Prea andGenl Sup G A 1 RefrigeratorsWater CoolersSprinkling i t Hose FLOROID AND FELT ROOFING AND STEEL ROOFING OF ANY STYLE RELIGIOUS RSrmpHyD chapelVlEitors Tuesdayufternoon FatherThomas A- gentSTRONG Again DyspepsiaL Kodol Dyspepsia signedApplications frankfort Cincinnati Not- 32OO111 KentuckyCentral IHA1625P825P UDAI23PB SOUTHERN RAIL WAY 1 AND RESTRO-UTE FROMl r t Louisville Danville and- Lexington TO i St Louis and P The WestV j Two Fast Trains Daily running through J solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex ington as follows Leave Lexington 545 a mtLeave Danville 530 a m Leave Louisville 900 a m Arrive St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled Conches and Observa I tion Cute Car tjLeaYeLeave Louisville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 732 a mtPulmnn Sleeper and Free RecliningrChair Car Most Direct Line CHATTANOOGA 1 ATLANTA KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and- JACKSONVILLE j and all Southeastern points includ lug Asheville N C and the beau tiful Land of the Sky and Tox away CountryVend cent stamp for Land of the Sk Booklet and other illus trated literaturetW G MORGAN D T Lexington Ky H C KING C PT A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P Agt Ill E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORD i District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo 50 YEARS IXPERIENCf TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cie Anyone senatng a ssetcn and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention probably abt strlctlyconadontlnL on Patents patentsPatentsKclal notice without charge in tho Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr dilation of any eciontUlo Journal Terms 4 rear four months 5L Sold by all newsdealers YorkPcpp 9tn toj aap4anc2dtuSB OasW 0 n14Bears Slgnatnro of LjjC A1M VritJr t I1 rF f b i fAIfA1MI lirlixUI 11 IIfluu1 I n takes the place of a useful and pretty silk Get one be fore they are picked over 25c for Flowered Foulard Silks worth 50c 35c for Taffeta Silks worth 50c 57ic for Taffeta Silks worth 100 72c for Taffeta Silks worth 125 98c for Taffeta Silks worth 150 110 for Taffeta Silks worth 175 42ic for White China Silk worth 60c No 40 all Silk Ribbon 9c 5in all Silk Ribbons lOc 6in Taffeta Ribbons 25c 6in Messaline Ribbons 29c 2e for Roll Tape 2c for Paper Pins 4c for card Safety Pins 4c for Feather Stitched Braid 5c for card good Pearl Buttons 5c for good Tooth Brushes 5c for good Dressing Combs 5c for Cake Good Soap 5c for Asbestos Iron Holders lOc for Wafer Dress Shields The largest in this part of the State from lc yard and up GREAT IAL1 This Is the most attractive sale of the year Every yard of material offered in this sale is out of the regular stock Silks Silks Nothing Ribbons Notions EyesIc Val Laces assortment White Goods Never before in the history of Frankfort have such tempting offers been made in white goods 5c for India Linen worth 7te- 7te for India Linen worth lOc 9c for India Linen worth 12te lOc for India Linen worth 15c15-efor India Linen worth 20c ISc for India Linen worth 25c 15c for Persian Lawns worth 2Gc 19c for Persian Lawns worth 25c 25c for Persian Lawns worth 35c 37c for Persian Lawns worth 50c Tic for White Shirting worth 124c lOc for White Shirting worth 16c The woman or child with a white wool dress or suit is ready for any and every occasion 435c for White Wool Dress Goods worth GOc 49c for white Wool Dress Goods worth 75c 590 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 GoodstThe 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 worthGOc5-9c 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 5c Special lot of Batists Lawns and Muslin at 5c 9cSpecial lot of OrgandiesIMulls and Dotted Swiss 9c Vests 4c30 dozen Ladies and Boys Vests4e8- c30 dozen Ladies Vests 80 Hose r 7cl0e Hose for 7e IOe15e Hose for lOc I6ic25e Hose for16c25c-35c Hose for25cCorsets 49c Corsets with Suspenders 49- 073e100 Corsets for 73- 089c125 Corsets for 89c 119150 Corsets for 119 159200 Corsets for 159 5c for Apron Ginghams 5c 8c 124 and 15c Ginghams for 8c 17 c35c Ginghams for 171c 5c for one lot Hamburgs worth 10 and 124c Space will not allow us to quote all of our wonderful cuts so come and see for yourself S D1 JOBNSON CO 1 b1J Iti J10jitMniilBJUtiiHtsJ bI1l L 1t r tf Jth S l LW Ir