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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL ANT SOCIETY NEWS = TEIIMS si 00 In dVllnce1 IVOL XXIXFRANKFORIKENrUCKYSJTURDAY JULY 28 1906 = No 47 t Wait For Ferd Jacobs EvttG Stock Reduction Sale r I BEGINNING WEDNESDAY AUG 1ST UNTIL THE 15TH GOES Come and see the BARGAINS and be convinced u SUNDAY KILLING Country Saloon the Scene of Murder About 130 ppon Sunday I a Mr Price Stuart watchman at the Old Taylor distillery on the Glenns Creek pike went to the saloon and grocery of Daily Bros I one mile from the city limits on the Versailles pike Ho was ac I companied by several other young men I Stuart went into the get some whisky when someI words passed with Jas F Daily and Stuart was ordered out of the house He went out on the pikeI using threatening Daily who followed him and the I l two engaged in an angry dispute I Just here there is a divergence as to what occurred Some say that Daily caught Stuart by the arm was shaken off and the shot was fired which killed Daily Others Jisay that Daily was some six feet away that hot words passed and f the shooting followed I ItTheshot took effect in the ab not far front the heart 1the ball plowing a big furrow t Daily only lived a few minutes i after being shot f Coroner L S Graham was noti titfled and went to the scene and f charge ot the body Doily was considered a danger ous man when in his cups but a rr social fellow when at himself ti He leaves a wife and two daughters r to mourn his deathiJ Stuart is the Robert Stuart and is about 25 years of age q1 He was arrested by officers 1 Johnson and Reagan and placed in jail t7 The affair is a most deplorable ione in every way It is another argument in favor fi1 ofa strict enforcement of the r Sunday closing law I The funeral services were con li ducted by Mr Henry Clingman on Tuseday afternoon at 2 oclock awayifA SWEET BREATH t A sweet breath adds to the joys kiss You wouldnt want to kiss l your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You cant have a sweet breath without a J healthy stomach You cant have Fk a healthy stomach without perfect r digestion There is only one rem edy that digests what you eat and tr makes the breath as sweet as a r roseand that remedy is Kodol for dyspepsia It is a relief for i sour stomach of hoI heart and other ailments arising tr Ifrom disorder of the stomach and Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it- t rwill do for you Sold by J W Gayleec CONTRACT LET AND BUILD ING SOON TO BE ERECTED IC t Mr Frank Chinn has let the contract for a handsome residence on the west end of Yapping street ito bo erected at once The con tract calls for 0500 Mr Will Wright has the contract W8 Early RisersI The famous little pills i Yit r il 1t i MfL LAJIVra EARLY MORNING BLAZE At 1a m on Wednesday an alarm from box 87 called the de partment to the Champion Saw Mills on tho West Side where the sawdust under the lath ma chine was on fire The blaze was quickly extinguished The hose wagon was out in a few minutes after the alarm was turned in and made a quick run and did effective work But the new horse belonging to the ladder wagon became demoralized and it hitchIhimful to put the harness on him and in the melee the old reliable horse his mate became worried also and got on the wrong side and added to the confusion Finally when the fractious- I horse was hitched he plunged so that the tongue of the wagon struck the casing of the door crushing it in like an eggshelland the doubletree of the ladder truck snapped square in two By hard work the thoroughly demoralized team was gotten out of the house after a quarter of an hour delay and the run was made Two or three of the force came near being crushed by the fright ened horse against the sides of the building and it was a wonder that no one was hurt It turned out that tho broken doubletree was made of ash timber The raw horse should be exer cised in tho rush drill every day until he becomes docile and tract able enough to understand his duties i The damage at the mill did not amount to anything although it might have become a serious fire THE PERFECT WAY Scores of Frankfort Citizens Have Learned it- t you suffer from backacheI IIf is only one perfect way is to cure the kidneysImeans Neglect it urinary troubles fol low I Doans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys I Are onlvIpeople I Mrs Lou street saysIIOff and on for a goodmany years I have suffered with a heavy dull aching pain over the kidneys and across the small of my back the pain run ning up my spine told becoming very severe on the least exertion i There was also a weakness of the kidneys which produced an irregular scalding and excessive condition I was treated by doctors land it seemed as if medicine did conditionIrelief About this time a neighbor i spoke so highly of Doans Kidney Pills that I couldnot believe but they had some My laughter procured a meritI me at J W Gaylos drug and after giving tho remedy aj good fair trial Ictiii now cote scientiousl give my good rocom mondation and endorsement of I what consider a grand kidnoy remedy Doans kidney Pills certainly curry out the claim made for thorn For solo by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Mil burn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for Remember the United StutesIand take no otherI bi Ja ii6et Jt t1 FISHING GOOD For the last ten days or more the fishing in the river has been exceptionally good for this season of the year Every day parties can bo seen offering big strings ofI Buffalo perch white perch and catfishOn Wednesday afternoon a colored boy by the name of Collins hooked a cat fish at Salenders wharf that weighed 28 pounds had the time of his life landand ing it It took half an hour to wear the fish out before he could he secured 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 DeWitts 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 Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve- WTANTED 1 TO RENT Two ladies wish to rent two or three rooms Persons having rooms to rent apply at this office 7lti J FOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not con veni out to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the same excel lent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They am made from the same pure Herbs told are n mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sick Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Billiousnoss and Malaria they will he found invaluable They are positively the best Liver Regulator 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 35 cents For sale bv Frank fort Drug CoW 3 FUNERAL CAR INEV Rogers tC Sons have a beautiful new funeral car with plate glass sides 1hosoI thing they do BIG CROWD WENT TO CINCINNATI The excursion from this city on Sunday lust over the FtC C and Q C to Cincinnati car red 208 persons and they were joined ut Georgetown by some 800 or 000 more from Lexington and other points They hndIt big time told reached home at 180 a in of Monday GOSPEL TRUTH- If every business man or firm would do a cash business it would be better for buyer and seller There would be no disputed ac counts and people would live within their means It is so easy have things charged that Ito pay day comps accounts are always bigger than was ex peetei People who buyou credit forget some articles purchased and there is no chancoof min 1mh11S antness between buyer and seller There are a dozen good reasons in favor of buying und selling for cash thom is not ono valid reason against this system When credit for purchases is given it is impossible to avoid making some bad debts and it is not fair to make good customers pay for bad onesor for those who never think of paying a debt ii 1 l tzm1t n STATE COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS At the recent examination for county scholarships at State College there were a number of ap plicants County Superintendent E R Jones has completed the examination of the papers and has awarded the fouryear term to Mr Leonard Bridges and the threeyear term to Miss Aubyn OhinnISTAMPING GROUND Miss Mattie Kelly is convalescing after a two weeks spellof illness Mr f W Graves who was shot by his wife on July 10 died on Mon day afternoon preachtheMuscle Shoals Baptist Church Owen county tomorrow Sun day The many friends of Mrs Martha Lindsay are saddened by the news that comes from her bedside She is slowly sinking to her long rest and the end may come at any time l A stroke of lightning during the storm of last Monday killed the only horse of Mr Robert Duke The animal was standing near a large oak tree when the lightning struck the tree and jumped to him killing him in stantly The tree struck has been known as a bee tree for many years and more than a barrel of the stored sweetness was taken out after the storm The rain of Monday noon was almost a water spout The small streams were put on rampage and hill laud was badly washed The oat harvest is on but the ground will have to dry before the reapers and binders can go to workOwing to lack of threshers considerable wheat is yet unthreshed and in shock Some uneasiness is felt by those who have not stacked their grain UNO Is Disease a Crime Not very ago a popular magazine published an editorial article in which the writer assorted in substance that all disease should be regarded as criminal Certain it is that much of the sickness and suffering of mankind is due to tho violation of certain of Natures laws limit to say that all sickness should be regarded as criminal must appeal to every reasonable individual as radically wrong It would bo harsh unsympathetic cruel yes criminal to condemn the poor weak overworked housewife who sinks under tho heavy load of household cares and burdens and suffers from weak nesses various displacements of pelvic organs and other derangements peculiar to her sex I Frequent bearing of children with Its ex acting demands upon the system coupled with the care worry and labor of rearing a large family Is often the cause of weaknesses derangements and debility which are aggravated by tho many household cares and tho hard and neverending work which the mother Is called upon to inrform Dr Pierce tho maker of that worldfamed remedy for womans peculiar weaknesses and Illslmr Plerees Favorite Prescription says that one of the greatest obstacles to the euro of this class of mnlndles Is the fact that the poor overworked housewife can not get tho i needed rest from her many household cares and labor to enable her to secure noon tho uso of his Prescription Its full benetlts It i Is a matter of forwent experience he says In his extensive practice in these cases to meet with those In which his treatment falls by rea on of the patients Inability to abstain from hard work long enough to bo cured With thoso sutferlng from prolapsus ante t version and retroverslon of the uterus or other displacement of tho womanly organs It Is very uelISS 1 that In addition to tak lug his Favorite Prescription they abstain from being very much or for long periods on Ihelr feet All heavy lifting or straining of i any kind should also be avoided As much outdoor air as possible with moderate light exercise Is also very Important Let tho patient observe these rules and tho Favor lit 1iescriptiatwill do the rest Dr tierces Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of is to pay expense of mailing only Sent to Dr KV Pierce Buffalo 21 ona cent stamps for pa percovered or 31 stamps for clothbound chargebyheld sacredly confidential- Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowels + l m 1I tn YorTE- MPTING VALUES Those should in 1huynrLinen Lawn 85 inches wide Linen Lawn beautiful sheer quality for Waists Skirts 30c per yard Irish Linent86 inches wide Irish Linen excellent quality for Skirt and Shirt Waist Suits35c per yard French Lawn 35 inches wide 20c qual ity15c per yard 100 Corsets W B and P N odd ots 250 50c1beautiful style elegantly trimmed 11 jren124c Yard Wide VnbleacheclfCotton 5c per yard 44fetafor sashes 1 25c per yard Infants White and Col ored Hose lOc per pair iJ y CIKA6N BRO 1 41 St Clair st at Bridge jWeFor people in troublewe just some how cant help it But if oc got you in trouble by buying cheap flour just buyJEM k next time and your troubles will be over TfteJEMflhillingCO n JOIN EDG- EBEICZMAS01T J FE NXFORJ KY I ZhousoIFurnace work and Phone 528 aa6mJIvj 6 ti t su 3 u + I THINGSTATMA1 OUR STORE FAMOUS= = r lA MONEYBAK Black Silk I and Silk Underskirts Our Big Bargain Counter IE CHASJ J WEITZEL jr v i t PER3ONALJudge was here on Saturday Mrs Eliza B Bailey visited relatives 3n Louisville this week Mr Harry Weitzel of New York j City is visiting relatives Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was in the city Saturday Miss Bessie Staten of Shelbyvllle visited relatives here this week r Judge Chas IL McDonell of Danville was in the city on Saturday Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his wife in Versailles Mrs Ollie Bright of Flemingsburg is the guest of Dr J W Hill and wife Col C W Hay and Mr Ralph Lafoon left Saturday for New Mexico Mr Geo E Feamster and bride returned Saturday from their wedding trip childrenfweek WtSunday Jamestthis week r Mrs V A Coleman of Louisville was the guest of Mrs TKos P Rogers this week Lexingtonbrought SaturdarI McKenzie of Colorado L visited the Misses Lindsey Wapping street this week daughtersI was the guest of his brother Mr T M Phythian this week Mrs Jas W Hughes Jr of Wood take visited her mother Mrs Cochran in Lexington ths week Mr Jno S Cannon visited his brother Hon W L Cannon at Midway Saturday and Sunday Mrs W J Lewis and daughter Miss Bessie of Woomake are visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis on Second street Mr Z J Montgomery wife and VirginiaIi Rev W C Clark D D and wife of Louisville were guests of Col E H Taylor Jr at Thistleton on Sun l lay Mr Ben Noonan of Hancock Mich who has been on a visit to his old home here returned to Michigan 5SundayMiss Nora Miller of this office who ChicagoIllsSunday night Mrs Hugh Leith nee Pauline Brown of Zelienople Penn was the Masonnweek t Miss Annie Coleman of the K D tW H Co is spending her vacation with her cousin Mrs F M Cooper at Marshall Mo Rev IJN Thompson and wife o- frOwen county who have been guests E C Roemele and wife have gone to Louisville Mr W S Farmer and wife were called to the bedside of Mrs Farmers mother Mrs J P Llllard at t Lawrencburg on Saturday Mr R Crittenden Todd and sons werewwell Main street on SundariMrs B M Bergman and son hertkturned to their home at Irvine Satur day morning 1 CADET HOSE For Boys and Girls IJudge Ira Julian has returned from Ark Mr E L Samuel made a business trip to Louisville this week S3U3A nUUtlfOUJO of tuoij patuiU3J nuqejtsiv uiox ssjjv Mrs C P Chenault and children have gone to Olympian springs Prof J B Scearce has returned rom a visit to his sister in Bagdad Col E H Taylor Jr returned from a business trip to Chicago Ills on Mattie B Roberts of Hillsboro Ills is the guest of Col H H Roberts and wife Col Walter G Chapman wife and children visltea relatives In Louisville this week Miss Katherine Marshall has returned from a visit to friends at LeitchfieldMrs T Scott and daughter Miss Mary Mason visited relatives in Louisville this week Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad who has been the guest of her sisters has returned home Col W P Thorne and Hon H KIrby Bourne of Henry county were here on Tuesday Miss Belle Hubble left Monday for Kasson Minn to visit her uncle Rev Tyler E Utterback Miss Rachel Cromie has returned from a visit to Miss Flora Belle Shepard in Covington Capt Julian Kersey of Louisville who has been visiting here returned home on Tuesday morning Master Rutledge Croker of Jeffer sonville Ind is visiting his aunt Miss Susie Mayhall Shelby street Mrs David Vanarsdale of Harrods burg is the guest of her daughter Mrs M D Averill Washington street Mr Paul Morgan of the Frankfort Shoe Co and wife left Thursday for a visit to his old home at Jamestown i H H Williamson of Grant Boone county was the guest of his father Mi J H Williamson this week JenningsLairiends and relatives in this city and countrIMr Nick Gaither and wife nee Annie Kelly of Louisville were guests of her uncle Mr R K McClure this week Miss Adair Taylor of Washington ColIEreturned home Mr Paul Avis after spending his vacation at home has returned to his position at Corozal Panama Canal Zone on Thursday Mr Z T Thomason went to Louis yule on Tuesday to close the contract liquorhouseMr E C Kuttner of Louisville was here Thursday and made us a pleasant call He formerly lived here He Is In the furniture business Mr Scott Brown and wife Mr Will Thomson Mr Russell Thomson and TuesdayforDr O B Demaree and wife Mr Percy Crutcher and Mr John H Stuart have returned from the big Elks Reunion at Denver Col Mrs Wilmore Garrett of Plsgah and Mrs Newton Mitchell of Paris were guests of Mr Jno W Reading and wife South Side this week Mrs E E Hoge entertained on Tuesday In honor of her sister Mrs Jno W Williams of North Carolina VirginiaITenn was the guest of his grand mother Mrs Hiram Berry and his uncle Mr Geo F Berry this week Mr Geo A Lewis under instruc tions from the Grand High Priest of ChapterRnight Mrs Lucy Richardson and Miss Daisy Sloan of Nashville Tenn and Miss Bottle Richardson of Shelby county are visting relatives in this city and county 1ioIl Jf I DEFENDER MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Hon G Allison Holland of Lexing ton was here on Tuesday Dr Bernard Ebner made a business trip to Louisville this week Mrs Harry Rogers has returned from a visit to friends in Paris Miss Jennie Penn has returned from a visit to friends at Pewee Valley Mr Albert H McClure made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati on Thursday Miss Martha Jameson and two nieces left for Cynthiana on Tuesday Mr James ODonnell has gone to Yellow Stone Park in search of health Mr Davis visited his son Dr thisIweekcountry Mrs J H Hunter of Mangum Okla is the guest of her daughter Mrs W H Kidd Mr Jesse P Williams Jr left Tues day for Ford where he will reside in future Mr Chas Edwards and wife of Wichita Texas visited Mrs Virginia weelI Kelly of Hopkinsville Mr R K McClure this week IMrs Geo L Barnes and children returned from a visit to relatives Castle111ISSMarshall of Washington been visiting relatives home Mr W H Posey returned from a trip to the lakes on a fishing tour on Wednesday morning Mrs W E Settle and daughter Miss Frances have returned from a GreenI Gratz was the guest of her sister Mrs L T Minish Todd street this week Mrs J W Gayle returned the first andIKennedrInephews returned home from a visit to Lexington Miss Mary Timberlake of Winches ter who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W H Hoge has returned Jno C Bridges daughter and son Miss Edna and Master Jno C Jr have returned from a vacation trip In Canada Mrs J B Eastin and children of parentsCaptcountry Mrs J J Walton of Grant Boone grandfatherMr1and Fourth streets Mrs Laura Smith and Miss Edna Smith of Eutaw Ala who have been Kavanaughhave ofIPhlladelphlaguests of her father Mr Jno E Miles nightI called to by the Mrs Rus sell Lewis nee Anna Bell Chinn Mrs S D Mitchell of Greenville Tenn who has been visiting her parents Capt Z T Thomason and accompanlerlIEstes Virgie Lewis and Leah Adams of Bagdad and Miss Lilian Todd of Versailles who have been guests of Miss Cora Salyers have gone home Miss Cora Salyers entertained Fri guestsMissestastefullydecoratedspent Dainty refreshments were served LAWN FETE The Ladles Aid Society of Buck Run Baptist Church Forks of Elkhorn will give a Lawn Fete at the residence of Miss Jennie Featherston on Wednesday evening August 1st Every body Invited tryr 4lThe CLEARANCE SALEJ We commence our Summer Clearance Sr1RDAY Salof Organdies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens Mulls 4 Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICEStoSILKSNobby designs in Dress Silks 32AC 37C 50e reduction 1 1Beautifullow figures WOOL DRESS GOODSWhite and Cream Wove Dress Goods including Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37AC 48c 50c and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses at half the prices LACESLace Robes Berthas Laces and Embroideries at grentlyIreduced prices LINENSOur great Specialty is Linen We now have themLinen Lawns Linen Suitings Linen Sheetings Towels Crashes Table Linens and Napkins Kindly give us a look that we may have a chance to show you what we have F Ta HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such peusons it is impossible to sell a chenp vehicle nt any price Tills is the class of trade we seelc Our work is anyfail l undo a GUARANTEE hat tliE ins SOMETHING If you ne du mv vehicle of any buyingVe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage soz I VERSAILLES KY H IC WAUD CiM BROWSIXG President Sec and area cii CINCINNATI 4IL1111J AND RETURN F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 5 Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a myZoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions ASK AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS Shirt Waists and Shirt Suits Hose lose this Tub mussed and soiled Waists and Shirt Underwear all and111itc Goods and to eleun Waist Suits ntI0One mussed soiled Lace Hose OOl ticsPrice qunlHalfWaists Shirt trimmingr I 1 For tho Roundabout ENDOWMENTS OF HOME 1J sentiImentsnurse subject and like to say a few words also in regard to I same only a little more prac tically in behalf of thoso lear little ones whoso future both morally and religiously depends argely upon home It is cruel SlI1romlllillgsl harshly some punishing and a moreIflnever been taught the right or when at the same time if said parents would con tsider how far they were duty and obedience the little innocent trusting heart looks Iup in divine purity to them t Neither in the least tol erate the idea of entrusting a child wholly to the care of a nurse Heartless seems the mother who at the very dawn of their infants life casts it as it were wholly and solely upon tho care of a nurse and stranger Be she over so kind and cons d one could not suppose her to have the patience which a mother should and a child so muchneeds How could that mother feel when she hears the cries and thltIfNo to soothe its 6aching heart or to give the love and devotion that is so much needed to quiet the racked nerves It can never know the love of or father never give 1mother due them and they can never know tho love affection of the childish heart Chilled indeed t must bo the heart that never in those choice l It is no wonder ulessingsl tchildron grow up of sympathy or oven respect and r really a child will starve for love an affection just as plant will sunshine1j1 that a little child does appreciate kind words und words of praise just as much as grown folks just try it and note tho radient of its eoun1 tenance and tho sparkling ness in its eyes hrightI whole heart without single word Didnot Savior liken the Kingdom of Heaven a little child also saying that except we become as little children we could in nowiso enter the Kingdom of J All Soiled Goods go at Greatly Reduced Prices Weve had big Spring selling of Wnrth Fabrics in Garments now for tli Tub Snlethe general clcnn np All tlc touted d ttlIhr ye cch tlt n LHI d Std fuikd nni nU oflcrod at r rtirnl reductions Bvrry cli nril gnu If AYttliUi iili t 1dILlr fil irtc Trwilf Iincu nnil piece goods of every defciiptii lFt mem soilul that yon cnti Kcnrtely not iIhut Align during tllll Tub Sale lit piruticnlj1 yrur n price Vo to hell thun flirt wd fhoj perft will all out in tle wash good nnYJou- cnnt find any fault with out cds Wnit White Lace in soiled Lawns Sale up lot and White oOc White JOc Half I and J 200 100 4 Waist 2 c 25c i would t I either wrong from Still for do I indeed orate which one can and fully shares a for glow which our unto rr ni fljjblj te ov mum to come Quality as us g Heaven Then are not those words alone sufficient for us to know that an infart is the most precious of all Gods creation Mothers and parents ofnIl classes live for those things which you may feed on both in sunshine and in shadow The love and re spect of your children and family in general will be worth more to au than all the social clubs or places of amusement on earth Enjoy thom while you have them with you Attend them yourself as much as possible for the sweet voices of childhood may soon be stilled in death or should they be spared to yews of maturity when they leave home and go out into the world Christian men and women the source of con tentment and pride whichwould he yours will be a golden harvest to you Try to make home the dearest place on rthnncI remember that homo doesnt mean simply n building or a house of your own but a place of rest where peace and harmony reigns supreme Cultivate kindness nndn calm contented spirit be patient in all things over submissive to the will of God who does all things for our good When those links are separated which have so ten derly hound us together on earth and reunited in that heavenly honiH where fountains of love are unceasingly flowing then wo can enjoy the beautiful endowments of an eternal homeC SUDDUTH July 2i 1DOG Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy when used faithfully will reach chronic and difficult cases hereto fore regarded as incurable by physicians mid is the most reliable prescription known to clean out and complotely remove every ves tige of rheumatic poison from the blood Sold by mill dealers r1- CANTEDGentleman with good reference to travel or IndyI nailor with a rig for a 250000 capital Salary 1072J per year and expenses paid weekly and expenses ad ttmnpIos42Om 0 LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full lino of nil tho latest styles in wall papor Call and ex uniiio stool U M BRIDGE FORD Alain Street Opposite Engine House mtfI cc = LAW1N SWINGS 500 750 THE VERY BEST R ROGERS SONS STATE LEGISLATURES FROM STATE SUNDAYSCHOOL ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE A LAWYERS STAND CONVENTION- POlXli I have for snl 20 stands of Spokane Ashland Catlettslmrg Ky Au premisesState legislatures as a rule are gust 21 22 JIthe most stupid and venal of all MISS WILL ANNA STEDMAN impotent institutions that have Fortyfirst Aninl OO11onorks of Elkhorn Icy found a place in our government ITheof the Kentucky SundnvT t t said Henry McClean of Mt Ve- rnOlll Association meets at prominent attorney of the ciyftesicle Park midway between State in a paper read before the Ashland and Catlettsburg on they CeseakoOhioRyiiiWashington State Bur Association He arraigned them in utItlct jtct to char e without notice scathing terms and proposes the 1p abolition of State legislatures as at talentIpresent constructed and offers as- a For LllIi 3lrniphis11estsubstitute the making of all Hamill of Nashville Rev 111 l1 lulls by a commission of learned liam Megginsom of Richmond hull Sad 014 PM Daily legal minds Those laws would Dr ofand C Humble Parkers For Washington Unit hll Il Philadel Ultlforout that great industrial problems is entitled to representation and lobs antI 741 P Daily laid the and 31nunderquestions will be submitted to in to the State Convention 0 competent corrupt and ignorant will receive and brin back to Thisllegislatures school an inspiration that can SUTTON ton held ISs chairman ofn committee apj minted to urge upon the next egislature an amendment to the institution raising the salaries f tho Supreme Court justices to bOOUO and of the Superior Court udges of Spokane King and ieree counties to 1000 The nosecuting attorneys of the State idvocnted the locking up of per1 ions acquitted of murder on an tisane charge and the giving of lower to jurors to fix the penalty f murderers in the first degree to lunging or life imprisonment 1OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER 1- mK J9EWTUCKYE H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1 f Cf I t ft Ifij rffl Jri itff lft tIIlt tI7Nli NkJ1f Vj ff and willing to pay his own way By all means the school should lie represented All official dele 01tlwlocal committee on entertainment Those dtoiriu entertainment should secure credential from the county president or tilt enmity secretary and send their names at once to Mr W T Craig Ashland The railroads have granted redhead rates This will therefore llltxptllslltitrlptilt most lllightfulZllHllllllntnlol1 any Sundayschool worker can take Delegates desiring enter tainment should sand name to Mr W r Craig Ashland before August 15th Vof program and full particu lars address E A Fox General Secretary Louisville Trust Build llg LOtiiF1IIiN Kv o A 51 T C Ef I4Boars theThaSignature Iof Dr WenverA Treatment Syrup for tho blood Cerato for akin eruptions Sffiiing Pen Ink to spWno clogging or shaking limply the button is the picture and the pen ln a lnash Write the instant it touches tho piper Eagle50J Flash with karat point vulcanized rubber guaranteed Eagle Hath No 25 250Eaglelarge size with gold iand400S- old Stationer and Other YOUR DEALER If EagleFLASH the retail direct to pen absolutely anteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturer 377 Broadway New York TIieFranKfortBoumiaiJoiit n Entered ut the postniliro at Frankfurt lieu tuck ussecundclissutailaik mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 28 1906 JUST A SUGGESTION Several tines lately our attention hits been called to the fact that when the passenger trains on the L N R R enter the tunnel in this city the wirldows of the cars are left up and the choking sulphurous smoke from the engine pours into the cars to the great distress of those who have any lung trouble This we have no doubt is an oversight upon thepart of the officers of the train Formerly whenever the trains were about to enter the tunnel the brakesmen either shut down the windows or the pass n gers did so at the request of the trainmen This is done now on the main line of this road We also observe that the officers of the C 0 trains close the car windows at this point invariably We would respectfully suggest that the gentlemen having this matter in charge issue an order to the trainmen to close the windows before the trains enter the tunnel It will be thankfully received by all patronsjof this splendidly man aged road e SAD LACK OF ENTERPRISE We were recently surprised to- learn that our usually enterpris and uptodate friends and 1brothers of the pencil Messrs A A and D M Bowmar of the Wood ford Sun had exhibited a woeful lack of their usual get up- and get in not letting the outside world know of the fine field for gallantry possessed by the pretty little city of Versailles From a creditable source we learn that there are 92 widows all able to sit alone and take notice and 110 r coy maidens all of marriageable age and only 18 widowers and old bachelors to take care of this bevy of feminine loveliness We are moved to gently inquire why our friends have hid as it 1were their lights under a bushel and kept outside barbarians in ignorance of the glories that may be had for a due amount of gal lentry bouquets candies fate and sich Shame on you boys We have a great mind to export a lot of our frisky widowers and gallant baldheaded young men to that almost Adamless eden and give returnruntil they bring with them one of either one or the other order of feminine loveliness- As for Frankforts widows and maidens they have learned the art of managing their own cam paigns to beat the hand and are not as the abovementioned widows and maidens of that little village who are wasting their sweetness on the desert air of c Main Morgan Montgomery Rose Hill Broadway and Elm Avenues BUYS GOOD STAND Mrs L 0 Kendall purchased Mothers Ear l lit MOTHERS HURSINQ Alt INFANT IHWHIIfI MONTHS THAT COMB BEFORE TIME SCOTTS EMULSION SUPPLIES THE 8TRBHOTH AND NOURISHMENT BO NECESSARY FOR THB HEALTH OP BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD EUDpleI09iS Pearl Street New York droggiatsWr it 2W1 W l It 1 SIaVL To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor fog it to health and normal activity- I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has dohe for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring the three I suffered from nervous prostration I found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in such agony knowing it about only thing that would c ve resist it new it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never fully realized its signin canoe until Iliad used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to sucha 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 tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully I am cured of using morphine however much per sons ma doubt it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMArrIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Ds Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad on Saturday the twostory brick storeroom now occupied by Nevill Collins Meat Market on Bridge street from Mr Henry Burk hardt for 8300 The sale was made by Real Estate Agent Eugene Wallace Dr Snoops 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 kid neys They are not to blame Go back to the nerves that control themtreat the cause use a remedy that cures through the inside nerves Sold by all dealers GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW ADDITION TO CAPITAL HOTEL Mr Lafe Wells has broken ground for the new addition to the Capital Hotel building on Ann street This will be a very handsome building and will be occupied by Dr J W Gayles drug store on the ground floor e 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 dealersCOLORED SPSOFF FOR HENDERSON H K Bruce Camp K P Col ored left on Sunday morning for Henderson to attend the annual meeting of the Grand Commandery About 80 members went They will be away until to morrow Sunday morning e O A JS TO H I A Hears theTha Bona Signature of L sNARROW ESCAPE Mr Geo A Brawner had the misfortune to fall over the retain ing wall opposite the Custom house on Monday night about 9 oclock It issupposed that Mr Brawner who is a hardworking bricklayer had dropped to sleep while seated on the wall and had toppled over This is a favorite place for quite a number of men on hot nights to sit and chat Mr Brawnier was considerably bruised but not dangerously The distance is about 20 feet and it is almost a miracle that he was not killed SPECIAL DELIVERY MES SENGER Master IIublmrdGnyle hits been appointed Special Delivery Mes senger by Postmaster Geo L Barnes For some time tho beenIsootwas a slower way than having a special messenger as the work had to wait on other duties HALF RATES SECURED Although the Blue Grass Fair Association was only suggested at a mass meeting of citizens at Lex undIprogress has already been made toward the details ofn fair at Lexington for the week of September 17 committee from the Chamber AI Commerce of Lexington went Louisville Friday and arranged for a rate of one fare for the round trip on all railroads to obtain dur specinlltrnins nati branch from Falmouth to willlrunLexington and the Queen Crescent will also run specials from whatever points may be con sidered desirable The people of Kentucky are thus assured of ade quate transportation facilities and will have no trouble getting to the Blue Grass Fair as early as they want in the morning and remain ing long enough to see the entire programme of each day Com mittees are also at work on special amusements and attractive feat ures and Lexington promises novelties in this line such as were never given by a fair before MANY LIVE 100 YEARS The chances for living 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 antee at all druggists Price only 50o NEW FLOUR AND FEED STORE Attention is called to the adver tisement of Messrs Heise Sons in todays paper They offer firstclass goods guaranteed at the very lowest prices for cash The firm is in a position to satisfy all its patrons and keep them sat isfied Give them a call Dont use harsh physics The reaction weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Bonns Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation SALE OF NEW COTTAGE Mr Eugene Wallace sold his new fiveroom cottage on Holmes street on Monday to Mrs Jas T Buford for 1950 The lot is 86 by 110 feet and the house has just been completed This is a very neat and cozy home CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionis patienttooproper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread or the consumptive can takingOormnnlarly Should you be able to go ton warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthoro and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr Pleas mttotake Laxative Syrup1f j NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONI 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 iour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers 1 Scythes and Snatches ijThresherTarpaulins Monkey Wrenchesa Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG r r I Hardware Paints Oils Etct 1IValue JOHN DRISCOLL Oualifv 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 w BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 In to 7 p In and nt 0 and p In Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p m and 10 and 10 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p m and at p ui Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 a m to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a mto 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p in E T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 nagerItf Dr Cndys Condition Poiruers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier aai vermifuge They are not food bfmedicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle KILLTHi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS lNewFOR I ttOUGHSOLDS Fret TrW Surest and Quickest Cure for all f THROAT and LUNG TBOUB XiES or MONEY BACK l IIti i i 2L ornateL I Reliable 230 St Clair S reet YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS GOOD ADDRESSED LETTER TO MAYOR The following letter was ad dressed to Mayor Hume by the mass meeting of Young Peoples Societies held at the First Bap itst Church on Sunday afternoon Frankfort Ky July 22 1906 To the Honorable E E Hume Mayor of Frankfort- At n union meeting of the various Qoung Peoples Sociefriesf the churches of Frankfort in conven tion assembled thA Northern Presbyterian Southern Presby terian Christian Methodist and Baptist churches participating and having under consideration the subject The World for Christ the undersigned were constituted a committee to con vey the assemblys remonstrance and request to you as follows That whereas It is publicly re ported to this meeting that the Sunday closing law was this date recklessly violated by a saloonist on Broadway also that there are several unlicensed places in the Sundaybutwhich fact is easily ascertained by your police if they try for they can arrest them on the grounds that they have U S t government license which fact is evidence that they are selling in 4violation of the State county and city laws when they have no i licenses for these lastnamed gov thnttfrequent these saloons while on duty and in full uniform There fore you are petitioned and earnestly urged to issue such ordersif you have not heretofore done so and in that event to exact obedience thereto as will require policemen to keep out of saloons except when entering them in strict performance of their duty and further that you- arrest said saloonist on Broadway and secure the revocation of his youriothers selling without license on daysIt to say that our laws are all right and sufficient if they are only enforced They will never be enforced so long as the officers are cowards or wish Does Your Stomach ti Bother You 1 Shoops Restorative Cures All 1jOr Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves As you value your health and happiness dont neglect to cure for the slightest stomach pain dont let it go At tho first sign of distress use Dr Shoops Restorative and end all these troubles These aches are signalsthey are symptoms of coming disease Is It wise to ignore them You who never eat a meal with cut a sense of fullness Afollowed by a period of lassitude ordrowstneis beware Neglect those condl tlons and you surely Invite distressing lndlBestlon youll become a sallow dye peptic Do you A Iexperience any of these symp toms dls after A You eating return Llug of food vto mouth at Feel Like of pit gas of belch stoma Ing of wind loss of appe Ute heartburn This headache dli tiness If you suffer in any of 7 these ways rdutv U clear is but onevKBraourse open to you specialiit ve nerves h condition to act as nature intended they should Dont drug dont force Just give the Insld holpIjt t 1 4 LL i J Jf- H GOOD WATCHifIs necessary to every man who would succeed in r life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you 1 one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will1obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers W A SELBERT7IF Jeweler ITS there prei KEEPING solely to be reelected or are under obligation tj or nre afraid privilegedanothers bread will do that others will With all the strenuous workof the past six months for reform in this city as a guide of the opinion and determination of the Chris tian people here there should be no earthly excuse for any saloon ist or other person violating the law now and especially the Sun gamblingpunishment in these cases Respectfully submitted by the committeeNOEL GAINES Chn MRS JOHN HAWKINS DR JOSIE NOGGINS MRS C F ALLEN WALTER CRADY 0 C KENNEY MISS M J RUSSELL MISS MARIA DUPUY MRS W B PECK A B HAMMOND AN OVERWORKED STOMACH Try a little Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals See the effect generalfeelinghelping 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 Gayle t POWER HOUSE QUESTION SETTLED The question of the location of the power house for the Central Kentucky Traction Co has been settled at last It will be located on the river above the John Coch ran Co distillery The engineer in charge will at once stake out the ground for the buildings etc and the work will be prosecuted vigorously so that the new power will be furnished as quickly as possible Quite a number of hands will be employed SUNDAY NIGHT ROW AND CUTTING IN CRAW On Sunday evening two colored laborers from Tennessee by the names of Red Brown and Will Bantree engaged in a row in the course of which they clinched Bautree caught Brown around the neck and proceeded to carve him up inflicting some eight or ten wounds in the neck and body of Brown Bantreo escaped by standing off the crowd with his knife and had not boon captured at the time we write It is supposed he jumped aboard a passing train Brown lies in a very precarious condition with vory little hopes of his recovery The qua rel arose over a very trivial matter rC I f 4fIto17lefll4lw fiv71w tsJLAtM JACKSONVILLE Hello Central Hello II Health good Not many on the sick list Plenty of plenty of work is the program Busi ness flush Visiting the order of dayMr N Moore who has been the guest of his brothers Messrs N B and Wilson Moore the last few weeks returned to his home on Flat Creek last week Mr Wilson Moore wife and son attended the birthday supper of Mrs Sally Ann Roach in Frank fort Wednesday evening last Mrs Margaret Jones of Newport Ky is the guest of her daughters Mrs Henry Skelton and Mrs W B Moore at present Mr W B Moore wife and sen Clay visited their sons Leonard and Luther of Midway Saturday lastMessrs Henry and Anderson Skelton have finished the cutting of their bill of lumber of 140000 feet Guess they will build soon BornTo Mr Arthur Moore and wifea daughter Look for the wedding soon Mr Maddon and Miss Ada next on the program Mr Ira savs Mr Mitchell will have a soninlaw provided the program dont change Another wedding in sight Keep your shoes shined and be ready ye know not the day nor the hour CLOSE OBSERVRE BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and permanently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in tho Rocky Mountains Pure and sim but sure and certain Acts like magic on the Kidneys and CongestionGout Jaundice and Brights Dis ease Give it a trial and be con vinced Put up iu Tea and Table paokagetFor SALES OF REAL ESTATE Messrs Shelton Morris the hustling real estate agents have made the following sales of real estateThe house and lot of Mr Wm Lochle was sold to Mr Jas H Bailey and Mr J N Franklin for 800 The lot was located on Hill street The cottage and lot of Mr E- lI Wallace 011 Second street Simpsonfor RECEIVER OF STOLEN GOODS A drunken sins was arrested on Tuesday by Officer Hamilton charged with having a watch which was Jstolon from Mr Dick Sebree at tho Union Depot and refusing to give it up The miss refused to give his name Ho had bought the watch from a negro boy Ho was locked up on two charges receiving and holding stolen goods and drunk and dis orderly t Iotu J 1ii JJ t Lj f l P CISPECIA- LSzQii1E3TO NIAGARA FALLSRETURN VIAlC H D Ry July 28 Big Four August 9 Pennsylvania Lines August 16 Erie R R August 25 The Frankfort Cincinnati Railway has arranged with the Pull man Co to send Tourist Sleepers to Frankfort which will leave here on 050 a m train July 28th running through to Niagara Falls in pm f ervations now on sale Apply to s C W HAY General Passenger Agent THA KSIWe are indebted to Mr H C Hodges of Healdsburg Gal for a series of photographic pictures of that portion of San Francisco Cal which was destroyed by the fire and earthquake disaster of April last The pictures bring out in all their horror the destruc tion wrought Mr Hodges will please accept our thanks for his courtesy 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 OUR BOY MAKES GOOD Mr Louis Crutcher of this city who is playing professional base ballwith the Kansas City team is making good He is a fine young speciman of Frankfort boy i GOOD NIGHTS RESt doggieParThat German Syrup homes great traJOT Could health and joy impart QThe greatest tonic on earth is s good rest Restless nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumptive qBut why fear of the night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Sywp will insure refreshing sleep entirely ftta from cough or night sweat Free on pectoration in the morning is made cer by German Syrup F3thirtyfivecure the worst colds bronchial oJ tang troublesend that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German will work wonders 4Thoslcee ajc and 7SC All dmggJiUw For sale by J W Gayle t Let the Sun do its WorstThese days and you shouldalways be provided with a bottle of Cuticilla Cream It will enable you to have all of the enjoyment of outdoor sport none of the subsequent discom fortCuticilla Cream is an anti dote for sunburn It is a cool ing healing refreshing lotion that defends the skin in a most magical was 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 Large Bottle 25c 1 WuGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central t Seventh 8 River Louisvilleiti No 103 Memphis N O Ltd No Loaves p m Arrives 113 a m iNew Orleans Special No Leaves tOl p in Arrives p m iNo Local Mail No i Leaves 730 a Arrives 465 p m For Fulton Paducah and Intermediate points Convection to and frou Elizabeth 1 town Hodgeuvillo and Hopkiiisville except no Sunday service to Elizabethtowii Ho rJNoLeaves 480 p m Ar Ivcu 053 a m toHodgenvilleSundays rnAj 1 r1 CRUTCHER IMPSONS ON nrIcLIALF pRTC1 SALEOn Mens arid Young Mens Two and Three Piece Suits Every Mixed Suit in our House included and man of our Black and Blue SergesIOur Suits range in price from 10 to 35this means a 10 Suit for 500 and a 35 Suit for 1750 All 500 Oxfords 350 All 350 Oxfords S50 All 250 Oxfords 185 All 150 Oxfords 120 this coun ty on Thursday Mr Fred Rogers and Miss Nola True were married hy Rev L D this city on Thursday Mr Owen Graves and Miss Joan Herndon were married by Rev T F Talia ferro WHITE COOK At Bryant town on Monday night Mr John White and Miss Lily May Cook were married by Rev L D thi city on Tuesday Mr Wm lJ Morris of New York City and Miss Mamie Thomas of this city were married by Rev Jr 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church The groom is a former Frankfort boy who is making good in the Empire City His pride is one of Frankforts prettiest and sweetest girlsthe daughter of Mrs MollieE Thomas and grand of the late Mr F Marion We the young couple BEATS THE MUSIC CURE To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 La fayette Plane Poiiglikeopsio N Y I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most reliable and pleasant laxative J for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by nIl druggists 25 cent h4 WANTED Board in location on river preferably or will ex change services as portrait painter for the board 471 1 Woodlake Ky Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Bacccisfal treatment tot blood and eltin dlaeaaee Jf jybw w6Mt16ww11 IIouseiOneThird Off on our Odd Pantsil OneHalf Price on every Hat in our House Knox and Stetsons excepted Choice of any 200 Colored Shirt in our House 125 Choice of any 150 Colored Shirt 115 Every Belt in our House OneHalf Price 50Cent fens Sox 3 pairs for 100 25 and 35cent Mens Fancy Sox 3 pairs for 50 cents IOUI 100 Lisle Thread Underwear 75 cents per garment 50Cent Underwear Y5 cents per Suit Our 50Cent 25cents Fancy and White Vests in Wash GcWls and Woolens OneHalf Price LowCut Slippers This includes all the Low Cut Shoes and Slippers in our House for Men Boys and for Women Missesu No Goods sent onApproval for No Money Refunded All Ij Alterations Charged for I CRUTCHERI II ROGERSTHlEIn Stucke- rGRAVESHERNDONIn 1Scofield congratulate hav- efoundBest picturesque AddressARTIST Neckwear Shoes and = 11EATIIERSIn this city on Saturday to Mr J S Weathers and wifen daughter- MARSFIALLIn this city on Wednesday to Mr Ben Marshall and wifen sonNo 18 IMACKLINIn this county on Sunday to Mr Bedford llacklit- end wife a daughter Caroline Trimble HALF TH WORLD WONDERS How the other half lives Those who use Buckleirs Arnica Salve woun sores eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1180 E Reynold St Springfield Ill I re gard it one of the absolute neces sities of housekeeping Guaran teed by all druggists 25 cents THE OLD RELIABLE Messrs R K McClure Son have their summer clearance sale on now Read their ad and see what bargains they are offering Whatever this firm promise they perform Rare urgains are utTered For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought S Bears the IS1P1aturtl oSTREET CAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 020 a m and every ten minutes thereafter till 030 pm After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery lee they leave same place at 180 a m nod every thirty min utes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 640 a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 150 a m and every thirty minutes tfllJ1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt 1 f i1ttiljt t j e SIFFELLIn Syracuse N Y Sunday Mr lames Saffell 1011 of the late Mr W S SaffoJl wife aged about 22 years where ho went to Ken 1here his mother resides was a heavily charged with electricity causing him to fall 40 feet to the ground The remains were brought to this city on Tuesday and buried in the lot in our cemetery IIJILLISIn this city on Tues day Mrs Susan Lillis wife of Mr Nod Lillis aged about 08 years Mrs Lillis was a devout mem her of the Catholic Church She was a modest retiring and indus trious woman She leaves tin aged husband and six childrenthre sons und three daughtersto mourn her death The funeral services were con nested from the Church of the Good Shepherd by Rev Father T S Major on Thursday and the remains were interred in the Catholic Cemetery COINS In Cincinnati Ohio on Friday Mr John Goins son of Mr James Goins and wife of Wood ford county aged 10 years was killed by a locomotive Mr Guns was a fireman on nI railroad and left his engine forI a moment und unthoughtedly stepped just in front of another engine He was instantly killed He was an industrious young man The remains were brought here and the funeral took place from the cemetery chapel Sunday evening a FOR RENT Houso of 10 rooms modern conveniences central location newly papered Address S S Frankfort Hotelilllt it rL LLr Oxfords 100i j Cahonly MAIN STREET MARRIED StuckerMORRISTHOMASIn BIRTHS cutss CASTORIA ETMSi telephonelineman Yn SIMPSONj JI Always In the Lead With the Best Goods at the Right Prices t We have just opened our New Store and offer a FullsLine of Hay Straw and Feeds of all kinds Stock Foods Corn Oats and Corn Meal We are manufacturers of that GOOD FLOUR PRIDE OP MADISON LET US QUOTE YOU PRICES 123125 ST CLAIR ST BOTH PHONES HEISE SONSm 100 EXCURSION Frankfort Ky to High Bridge and Return Sunday 20 via F Ry and Queen Crescent Route Special train leaves Frankfort over F C Ry for 100 at HBO in Arrives High Bridge ut HighllridgeGeorgetown on trip 50c round trip Tickets only onI date of sole and returning sumo day W C RINEARSON G P AiQ C Route Cincinnati 0 C W HAY G P A F Ry Frankfort Ky o W8 Early Risers The famous little pills Pr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp porif w the blood Cerate heali akin ernpita L Jt All 400 300 All 300 Oxfords 225 All 200 Oxfords 160 Salt f July above good u COUNTY ASSESSOR WAYLAID J W Coulter of Leslie S D Assessor of Stanley county re wayIluidland lung troubles bronchitis asthma nndIL terrible cough which had affected mo for yours when I was persuaded to try Dr Kings Now Discovery Relief came almost and inl JIupares with it as a sure and quick t euro for cough and colds It tcures after all other remedies have failed Every bottle guaraulteed7-at all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottlo free OASTOnrABears theThe j Signature 1I1Aof A tJ L ihk l ATTENTION BUILDERS I NOW IS BHRN BUILDINC TIJVEi j c c St J CLUB OFF FOR CAMP The Club of this city left for their nnI nual fishing camp at Lake Ceur de OReilles Wis The are of the Richard Morris Geo L Payne Frank Frank G Stagg Mason P Brown George Baker John M Scott Mason B Barret Carl Weissman Jas C Stone Dr Elliott and another whose name we did not obtain They will be gone about two weeks My child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil The pain ceased and the burg N Y r COWS AND PUP FOR SALE two firstclass cows one for cream the other for butter for sale I also have 19 puppies bred by an dog and they up for sale in on county court day August 5 J P R F D 2 Ky Women with should meMt is used at bedtime all night while the system is at rest it is up the weak ened tissues the inflamed and sensitive surfaces and will surely clean up all catarrhal and local troubles Sold by all deal ers FACTS An agent of the In terurban Line has been in this city to secure teams and tools for workon that line He hired twenty teams and bought a lot of tools Work is being pushed on that line On the Frankfort and Versailles line is nndI work is being done on bothends of the road Now that the power house has been located here every nerve will be strained to the Cant look well eat well or feelI well with impure blood your body Keep tho blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercise keep clean and you will have long life the remedy that cures a cold In one day for tho itin t ONLY We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Steel Roofing One Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Roofing Slaters Felt Building Paper Lime Cement Salt 307309 Main R C SOWER c9 CO titCHIPPEWA Chippewa yesterday following gentlemen pnrtyI gentleman sleepMrs jtPIES Shepherd splendidly imported Shepherd ofIIFrankfort Lawrenceburg weaknesses NightCure constantly building soothing INTERURBAN hustling definitely complete connections feeding genuineLaxative SyrupPa Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY BEST and Two Felt and SHEPHERD HOSTETTER Shelbyville everything l THE LETTER LIST The following Is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending July 28 Arnold John Asher E L 3 Bills Horton EllaI i Edwards Chas Gnyhart Jasper Goddard E N fHammon V B Harrod Bos or C D Hardell J G Hart Amy Hayden Bertha Hayden James Halker WillieIJennings Mrs Henry Johnson William Lacker John Loomem Miss Katie McCullough Miss Annie Medlen Stephen Nichols Mrs A C Offutt Dr J N Pilloms Louis Ray Mrs Nancy Scott Campbell Scott Dr John W Smith D G Spencer Tobe Stanley H V Williams Miss Sallie Wilson J T Wright S P Co When calling for the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Hives eczema itch or suit rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Deans Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you eat Two Dyspeptics becauseyourfoodturns If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you oat aro not properly digested and stringy people do not han enough Pepsin in tho stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach and exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may perfectdigostantsue building tonic as well HJodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Dtlueottlhotss tfyrdt th Le- bqaI u Meth u the ortoryofEeDWH- IM1 f e0entlu OoOhl iitUIA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE RELIGIOUSASCENSION Rev A B Chinn rector being absent Rev R L McCrencly of Crescent Hill will conduct services at n m nnd 730 p in Sunday July 29 030 a m Sundayschool n in Holy Oonmi union nnd Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at 4 p m Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev j R SnmppyD Dof Louisville will preach at a m and 8 p in Sundayschool at 045 in the chnpel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p m chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night nt 745 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHUROHRev C R Hudson pastor being away on his vaca preachingThe at 1080 n Sundayschool at 930 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 In the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 7 chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7 30 n m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev L D Young of Washington Iowa will preach at a m cold 8 p m Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 m Prayer meetlug Wednesday evening at 730 p n- 1Visiors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 p Iii Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at OM5 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastorbeingCarrollton will preach at a m and 730 p n- 1Sundnyschool at 045 n m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 730 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELRev Mr Cleveland will preach in this chapel at 3 oclock p Sundayschool every Sunday afternoon rICE CREAM SUPPER We are requested to announce that the Ladies Aid Society of North Fork Church of Switzer will give an Ice Cretan Supper at the church grounds on Thursday night August 2d Everybody invited RAILROAD TIMETABLE L AccommodationLouisville mLouisville JlIfrnlnTrain West 850 p m n1TrainCO mWestboundEastbound 1018 u m Eastbound 7 p m FCLe- aves for Paris 020 a m Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris 300 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Agent BAIN IS SECRETARY George A Bain the most noted auctioneer of trotting horses in America and the man who as secretary of the Kentucky State Fair last year achieved with this institution its first success has been elected secretary of the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of September 17 After Louisville had been awardeed the State Fair Mr Bain declined the secretary ship on the ground that he did not believe the fair could be made a success at Louisville and he did not want to be connected with a venture of this sort that is a fail ure As soon as the progressive people of the capital of the Blue Grass had organized their fair association Mr Bain was chosen secretary and has taken hold of affairs with the sane enterprise IIf1ling PromotestiifestionCheeiFul nessand stCofttainsneither 1um Morphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC A4arardnwzz1zFJrgER 1JffnUUr4JR Apcdectfemcdy for Cons ti plIWorms Convulsions ness sndLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK j that has trade him one of the noted successes of the country as a fair secretary PROMPT PAYMENT OF IN SURAXCE Mr C W Burke Assistant Su perintendent of the Prudential Insurance Co received a check for 485 being the face of a policy on the life of Mr Harry Morris the young man who was drowned on Sunday July 15 held by that company The check was turned over to the beneficiaries on Wednesday by Mr Burke This is a very prompt and satisfnctorytway for an insurance company toSsettle claims fund speaks well for its manager t CASTORIAiFor Infants and Children i The Kind You Have Always Bought ySignature of r r The1f You HJMways Bought ASTORIA j I The Plasterers say o- urInvincible Plaster i is the Best Wall Plaster on the market They ought to know they are using 40 tons a month Wo are unloading another car load now We sell all kinds of Lumber and Building Material Hammond 6c Co Ii aLioii r1i rJd J bgLV1 CIilAN11AI- 1 PMr1 Ud 7 1 1t LJrmr rM tai L 4 v C Io f The event waited for by many hundreds of people ia Frankfort and Franklin County twice a year You know the pricesmadeCentral Kentucky save at McCLURES at extremely low prices Tais seasons stocks here have been far larger thanany ever before carried consequently you get choice of a variety in this sale larger than we hive ever before been earlyinICLOTHINGand young mens just two lots at fl 7 50Fifteen dollars gives you absolute choice of any of our finest fancy suits For 750 you can have choice of any fancy suit in our store worth lSr worth 30 27 25 and 20 Every suit hand made perfect fitting pure 15 12 and 10 Several hundred to select fromall of the standard that worsteds and soft finished mixtures All sizes 33 to 46 stout has made McClure Clothes reputation Onefourth Off on Boys Knee Pants Suits One fourth Off on Mens Pants This offer includes nearly all of our boys fancy suits ages 3 to 16 in crashes cassimeres Scotches etc Nearly all of these suits are heavy enough Every pair of odd pants in stock included in this offer for wear to school in early fall 800 Knee Pants Suits 600 600 Pants 450 500 Knee Pants Suits 375 500 Pants 375 300 Knee Pants Suits 225 400 Pants 300 MENS FURNISHING GOODS We plunged on mens furnishing goods this spring Frankfort never saw such an assortment of shirts ties socks and underwear Now you get the benefit at clearance prices MANHATTAN 2 SHIRTS 140 150 MANHATTAN SHIRTS 120 Choice of any colored Manhattan or Griffon Brand 200 shirt now for All colored shirts worth 150 reduced to 120 Whites not included in 140 Plain and pleated bosoms cuffs attached and detached No patterns this offer reserved except plain whites You know what Manhattan Shirts are and that this chance comes only once a year FANCY SOX IN TWO LOTS All 50c fancy socks at 35c three pairs for one dollar All 25c and 35c fancy sox at 20c three pair for 50c TIES HALF PRICE FANCY VESTS HALF PRICE Choice of any 50c tie in stock except plain blacks and whites for About 75 veststhe remainder of the handsomest line we have 25c shown at half price STRAW HATS HALF PRICE BELTS HALF PRICE Choice of any straw hat in stockPanamas includedat half price Any belt at half its original price i UNDERWEAR5- 0c nainsook and jeans elastic seam drawers at 40c 100 a suit fancy underwear at 80c a suit 200 a suit white lisle thread underwear at 160 a suit SHOES So and S6 Mens Oxfords S375 LairdSchober Oxfords 8324 J About 6 dozen of Boy ens oxfords are in this lot every pair this seasons Every pair of this noted make of oxfords included in this offer at 321 styles practically all of them patent and gun metal leathers Dull and patent leathers in ribbon ties pumps and blucher oxfords 835 249Nearlthese two prices is included here There are andhadMens 8250 and 83 Shoes at 8215 be proud of at the beginning of the season Odds and ends of our regular lines at these two prices nearly all of these 300 Oxfords 224 are welted soles and most of them in vici kid blucher style 250 Oxfords 198 200 Oxfords 164 k 124Thefor us to show a multitude of styles We find now about 600 pair to go in this Only Queen Quality oxfords are reserved from this offering Included are sale Every pair new this spring and as these 600 pairs must go out to make some patent kid oxfords some vici kid blucher and lace oxfords and some styles room for fall shoes the prices are absurdly low of slippers which are too numerous to describe Our usual rules for sales apply All sales are for cash only no goods sold at these prices will be taken back or 1fIexchanged and alterations in clothing are charged for extra uJ H R E McClure L Sont 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