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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTItt If r GEO A 1IstPl1blishel A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWTSCiacacs y 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1906 No 48 e For the Roundabout FENCES FARMING ICROSSLeaving behind mo the dusty hot streets and the bustle ofcon i ventional life I went my way out palfdisotby the cruel tyranny of man 4J On either side of the broad sweep of white turnpike the farms had an expression of serene com x posure as if in producing an abundant harvest the tinted J fields with their wealth of grain Inborlwerejtically full of object lessons wherein one learned the truth ofI holy writ Whatsoever a man soweth reapy of men willing and glad to be interro gated The wisely religious l one may question in vain theI contemplative business in vain the wiseworldly city man in vain but the men who p and keep the farms making themi gardens of beauty hewers of n wood and drawers of water bent under burthens and often torn b scourgesthese are they who Itmind not hardships or toil but as a good guide works quiAt without a word only do his speak where need is and his armI like an iron bar if need be The wheat crop in this delect gable part of the county of Frank lin at the of the waters sntisfacI1i1five years so some old residenter f said the plumpest grain thIsoundest and roundest yield local buyer bought it up for spot cnsh90 cents for most a smaller per cent for many bushels shipped on the F The acreage i hay timothy clover and alfala is remarkable with most 11results The corn crop promises the best in years while crops of small fruits plums and apples compensate for barren years while the season ofsummer has been full of blessings the weather most pleasant and con tentment rests amid the bloom of the bluegrass with a serenity peculiar to the Anglo Saxon To trust is happiest that trust in believing that we should teach the children the meaning and sacredness of life Tile paternal rever t ence the beauty of fields and Waters the patriotism of every i day heroism what home means what our country signifies As Ruskin said Beautifulf y indeed upon the mountains had been the feet uf any who had spoken peace to the children i who had taught those princely peasants to remember their line thetpeaceful and their traditions of domestic life holy It was at a wayside well that l we rested and listened to the quaint oldfashioned sound of l the hammer of the village black smith as he shod the riding ani mal of the old gontleeman who talked the idle Comeback wnitingI hev you Thats good Stay out uv doors and git strong yer look kinder peeked Goin ter live in the qountry an Von a farm A little lonesome some times but then thars work ter be don thatll keep yer spirits up Farm in is I ther hest employment a man or woman ever engaged in I grow terbaccer but haint cut any tree offen ray farm yet Cum up ter t see us me an ther old woman will f bo powerful glad ter see yer t Cum termorrow And go wu tdidThe path to the front door bor dered by cedprs was well worn and the ofdfashioried style over which we climbed was holy with memories A broad porch with I seats on either side invited a L welcome which was snore than Nii supplemented by the sweet face of grandma who gave us the company rocker cheekIwe lost the years donIhiGrandpn was busy with his we mind being left seasonIThe view from that porch was as a foretaste of inspiration and as we looked IIback over the weary roughly weedgrown garden of memory we could see clearly many a spot of neglected ground partly covered by mullen stalks and clott burr where one might htivo grown exquisite roses 1Resolve held us with iron hand and so taking up the sparkof divided endorsement we then and there to set proceededI the trash piles burning very few moments every thistle of resentment and every thorn of heapsThebegin overto plow and sow in obedience to the divine command II Break up your fallow ground sow not among thorns IEarth worms wore cut into by the spade of renunciation and justificaationeffort Fencing was to be con sidered of what extent and ua ture were questions of more seri1 ous bent than most farmers ever stop to think about Grandmas voice interrupted the story Bin rinsed in the countrYt- child if yer have bin n livin in timer city Some how I kin till this when I see a person fer ther first time Thars somethin about yon face that reminds me goodnman yengpas groun The water mills made fine meal and good bread flour in them days Laws child it dont seem ter me moren las year when all them old friens wus a livin an hits alers a mystry why Ephrym and me wus spared when most uv ther old people have passed over ther river uv death Heres pap now he will talk some while I git a little bite uv dinner We insisted on helping to set the table but grandpa wanted to hear the MOWS and so we listened while he washed his face and hands and then sat down on the low stone step to cut his finger nails and fuss because tile bees cropIther an chickens cum in line with farm in Stranger bout these parts are yer After explaining our position we asked for some in formation as to oldfashioned ways of farming in the days when he was a young man This is a strange happening madam Hit wus only on yesteday that I wus asked the saute question by some gentlemen who cum frum Mis souri They was the most de KenItuckyIngo Farmin when we wus young II Mother will hey ter be here when thats told Lets wait till nfterI dinner N S July 24 IOCaIContinued in our next rROUDIEIHE WAS IN 1 was in trouble but found way out of it and Im a happy man again since Dr Kings Now Life Pills cured me of chronic constipation says E W Good DallaslTexPrice 25 cents at all druggists Go to Matterns and get 24 Photos for 25cG positions Made 011 the best permanent paper 482tI r wv ti I1b o k GOOD POULTRY SHOW bigBluegrassington September 417 to 22 will be the poultry show The fair hits decided to make very liberal monetary awards for this depart mont and a special organization of poultry raisers of Central Ken tucky has been effected which is raising special premiums to practically duplicate the amounts given by the Fair Association broughtfromthe various exhibit Time Poul try Show will certainly be the best ever held in Kentucky and probably the best and the largest ever held in the South It alone will bo a feature well worthy of a trip to time Bluegrass Fair rTO AILING WOMEN IA Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a sufferer inIFrnnkfortI No woman con be healthy and well if the kidneys are sick Poisons that pass off in time urine when the Iddneys are well are re tained in the bodv when the kidneys are sick Kidneys and blad der get inflamed and swollen crowding time delicate female or gans nearby and sometimes dis placing them This is the true cause ofmany bearingdown pains lameness backache side ache etc Uric poisoning also causes headaches dizzy spells languor nervousness and rheu matic pain When suffering so try Doans Kidney Pills the remedy that cures sick kidneys You will get better as the kidneys get better and health will return when the kidneys are well Let a Frankfort woman tell you about Doans Kidney Pills Mrs Tinie Lagel of 527 N Clair St wife of M D StI proprietor of barber shop near theI depot says For some four or five years I hardly knew what it was to befree from nn aching back and the irregular action of the kidneys at the same time caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing Al though I tried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store I had taken but a few doses of this good prep aration when I realized that I was regaining my health and on a continuation of the treatment I found my condition so much improved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe Inv PillsFor50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other P10 TO MACKINAC AND RE TURNONLY ANNUAL EX CURSION TO POINTS IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN VIA MONON ROUTE AND STEAMER MANITOU Ifho delightful Michigan outing gvien once a year by the Monon Route in connection with the palatial steamship Manitou toI Mackinac Petoskoy Bay View Wequetonsing and Charlevoix will occur this year leaving Louisville- Iuesday August 21 by either morning or evening train Tick ets will bo sold at 1000 for theI round trip and will bear final re turn limit of fifteen days Berth on steamer from to 2 accord to location and meals a la carteIThe party is limited but best accommodations on Manitou have been assigned for it Charts ready Address E H Bacon nowI P A Monon Route Kv td yj riyg l MUST VACATE IMMEDIATELYSuch I on all leftover Summer Stocks in our houseH We must now have room for Fall Stocks and to make the leftovensLeave in a Rush We have i Cut the Prices Deeply J Phis is a good opportunity for those who have put off their buying to save moneyf fOne12ic White India Linon lOc a yard y Oc White Lawn 45 inches wide 15c a yard 500 White Linen Suits 250ill1050 White Linen Suits 5o i i Colored Wash Suits Half Price 275 White Lawn Waists 1200 350 White Lawn Waists 275d500 Tailored Wool Skirt 375 f 750 Tailored Wool Skirt 2 50 and 10 Skirt 500IOne Lot Lisle Gloves Tan and Grey L KAGIN BRO41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge 5r RACING AT IEXIXGTOI Conscious of goodhorsethe big Bluegrass Fair whichwill be held at Lexington September 1722 is arranging for an attrac ara caused by Indigestion If you eat a littla too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt butaheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course ol time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestiveof the Stomach After eating myfood would distress me by maldnf woalcFinallylioti relief After using a few bottles am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Peon Yen N Y had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as DyspePlaGlreKAUBLB Mild Q Digests What You Eat holaesKUmu trial or 0ut ill IoraOrOoOMc oUIA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE 01 ftiveThere will be trotting tumid paging races for professional drivers as jclnssprogram Racing is a feature without which any Kentucky fair ftF BluegrassFair titypical fair ever held in Kentucky and will give especial prominence to those features which will ap peal to Kentuckians Its imm gement is sparing neither effort nor expense to offer a week of the s highest class entertainment that could possibly be enjoyed 1 FocI SOllgl For people in tl we just some how cant help ity4But if oc got you in trouble Iby buying cheap flour just buy j J E M next time and your troublesiwill be over tl Tile J F m milling Go I JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASON 4 FB8NXFOBT KY Will build Chiiuueya Cisterns nml Milk 1 i- houses iu any part of County Boiler t 1 NiJ r PERSONAL Mr Ben Keenon has gone to Atlantic p City NJ Miss Cornelia Gordon Is visiting friends In Canada Mrs Geo W Chlnn left for a trip to Canada SaturdarI Mr Geo F Berry and Thursday for Canada Miss Hallie Evans Is visiting her sister at Michigan City ind Mrs Sam E James Is visiting rela tives In Woodford countrc IewastMr Geo H Stelin and Thursday for Atlantic City N J Miss Rachel Cromie is visiting friends In Lexington and Paris Mr C T Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city Tuesday Mr Jno W Mllam and wife left Thursday for Atlantic City N JJMiss Florrie Rodman has returned from a visit to friends In Henderson Miss Maria Fenwick Trimble Is visiting friends in Nashville Tenn Mrs Jas P Williams of Spring Station is the guest of Mrs Smith Mr Grant L Roberts celebrated his- 42d birthday on Tuesday evening last Miss Eloise Booe left Saturday morning for Niagara Falls and Canada Miss Alice Blanton has returned from a visit to relatives In St Louis MoMrs A C Van Winkle and son 1I1ChllganRev T F Talieferro attended Camp Meeting at Pleasurevllle this weektMiss Genevieve Posey has returned from a visit to relatives In Jessamine t Chas E Booe and son spent Saturday in Paris the guests of r friends Miss Hattie Taylor of Winchester is the guest of Misses McEwing on Broadway Miss Ruby Armstrong and Miss Lillian Towles have gone to French tLicl Ind Irs Cornelia W Bush Is visiting her son Mr Sam S Bush at Kenwood near Louisville Miss Sarah Vaught visited her brother Mr Stephen Vaught in Dan vllle this week Mr John Christie of Pittsburg was the guest of Mr Jno B Lindsey and wife this week Mrs L B Marshall and daughter Miss Nellie left Wednesday for Martinsville Ind Master Luke Abbett of Georgetown is the guest of his cousin Master Leon Abbett South Side Mrs W W Craig and niece of i Stanford were guests of Mrs S MI Saufley this week Col W P Walton editor State Journal and wife left Thursday for Atlantic City N J Mrs Hiram Berry and niece MissI Clintie Cunningham have gone to Atlantic City N J Miss Susie Berryman of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs W H Posey Todd street Mrs S R Mason and daughter and iirs Pay rnd son left Thurs day for Atlantic City Mr Frank Heeney has gone east for the purpose of purchasing the fall stock for Heeney Bros Mrs J H Hazelrlgg and daughter Mrs Thos A Hall went to Indian Springs on Wednesday Mr Ed Posey and wife of Chicago Ills are guests of his brother Mr W H Posey Todd street Mrs W1 Scottow and daughter Miss Ada visited in Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio this week Mrs W H Posey and Miss Mollle Derr man have returned from a visit to relatives In Louisville Mr 0 P Leigh of Paducah was the guest of his brother Mr Ed 0 Leigh on Tuesday night Mrs E E fume Miss Eleanor Hume and Miss Isabel South left Thursday for Atlantic City Miss Elianor Pusey of Louisville is the guest of her uncle Dr Jno P Stewart at Stewart Home Mrs Edwin G Nlcewaner of Pitts burg Penn is the guest of her mother Mrs No J Sawyer Mrs J L Pyles of El Paso Texas who has been the guest of Mrs Chas- E Booe has returned home t Prof Geo C Downing and sister Miss Nell left Saturday for Virginia Beach to be gone several weeks Mr Ben Marshall who has been attending the Convention of Circuit Cierks at Grayson has come home Master Frank W Keyes Jr left Tuesday to visit friends at Ashland and Red Sulphur Springs West Va Mr Carl Kagin left Wednesday fo New York City to purchase the stock for the two big stores of Kagin Bros Mr W O Davis of Versailles was here Tuesday in the Interest of the Frankfort Versailles Traction Co Mrs James Staten and Miss Bessie fis irwcltadrllll Staten of Shelby county are guests of Mrs Arthur Branch Holmes street Mr Thos G Chapman and wife of Bowling Green were guests of their son Mr Walter G Chapman this weecJno M King and daughter Miss IMr of Danville Ind were guests W J Roberts and wife this Ben H Blanton and son of visitingon FridayMr S Coleman of Middle town was called here by the death his brother Mr E J Coleman Monday Master Leon Abbett who has been visiting the family of his uncle Mr W G Abbett In Georgetown has re turned home Mr Jas H Dryden of Hamilton Ohio who has been visiting his father Mr J B Dryden Sr returned home Monday Miss Wadine Buford and Mr Ramey Morris of Smithfield who have been guests of Miss Nan Hammond have returned home Mr Guy Woolford and wife of Atlanta Ga were guests of her parents Mr Jno W Tremere and wife this week Miss Toe l irphy left Wednesday to visit her mother and sister Mrs Jos T Bryant In Louisville She will be gone two weeks Misses Laura and Mary Lyle Duty of Mt Sterling who have been guests of Mrs B G Williams Murray street have gone home Mr George Smith the talented young violinist returned Friday from a tour of the world He will remain here for several months Miss Alice Graves of Logansport Ind who has been the guest of her grandmother Mrs H B Innes returned home on Tuesday Mrs Clara Brown of Louisville who has been the guest of her parents Mr Henry Wright and wife near Farmdale has returned home Mr Jno T Hockensmith Jr and Mr Wesley Suter left Friday night for New York to reside having secured a position with Col Ed P Bryan Miss Tissie Hoge entertained at her handsome home in the country on Tuesday evening In honor of her guests Misses Kate and Annie Hoge Miss Mary Bohannan who has been taking a course of instruction as a trained nurse at the Louisville Hos pital has graduated and returned home v ATTEMPTED SUICIDE On Thursday last Miss Lizzie Spalding daughter of Mr Jno Spalding of the Graufenburg neighbor hood aged about 20 years took a tea spoonful of paris green with suicidal intent Two physicians were sum moned and worked with her faith fully She is now on the road to covery MEANS MUCH A word of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures ore constipating especially those con taining opiates Kennedys Lax ative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Sold by J W Gayle sWAIVES EXAMINATION When Price Stuart was brought before Judge J H Palsgrave on Monday for his examining trial for the killing of James F Daily he waived an examination and was held to the circuit court in September without bail MULE LOST On Tuesday night July 80 from A F Mitchells stable in Frankfort a bay mare mule 10i hands high white speck in right eye Return and receive reward A F MITCHELL Aug 4tf 1255 TO MILWAUKEE AND RETURN MONON ROUTE Account National Meeting Frn ternal Order of Eagles the Motion Route will sell ticktes to Mil waukee and return August 1018 inclusive at 1225 good returning to leave Milwaukee until Au gust 22d Louisville Erie will leave Lou isville via Motion Route to Chi cago thence Goodrich Steamship Line to Milwaukee Sunday even Startion 10th St and Broadway Rate of 1255 applies by either lake or rail beyond Chicago For particulars address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louis ville Ky td YrtTd l 1 THE STORY OF MONTANA An important series of articles dealing with the early outlaw days and especially with the fight between Marcus Daly and William A Clark In August McClures begins what is the most important and what prom ises to be a most in teresting series of articles of this magazine year The Story of Montana by C P Connolly The history of Montana bristles with picturesque and dramatic incidents and is characterized by almost every human quality good and bad its actors all kinds and types of people the best and the worst Heretofore the public has had only fragmentary accounts of the most sensationalevents Of the rugged and powerful per sonalities of the stirring battles the passionate motiveslust of gold hate ambition revengein- a word of the great melodrama behind the few surface facts the public has known nothing In Mr Connollys series of articles this real story of Montana will he told It will have almost the personal quality of reminiscences for Mr Connolly was himself an eyewitness of much that he earlyhistoryhe did not see he writes fiotn live accounts given him by men who were present He has been a resident of Montana for over twenty years and was for a term prosecuting attorney of Silverbow county in which the city of Butte is situated His will be a narra tive of fact written accurately and impartially The Story of Montana is inn large part the story of the great struggle between the States two big men Marcus Daly and Wil liam A Clark which began in the early 90s and was waged not only in the field of business but in politics as well a long drawn out contest that for the almost Machiavellian cleverness of its participants the virulence of their hatred and the violence of reallyhistoricwith the compromise of legal and political difference between F A Heinze the inheritor of Clarks side of the fight and the Amalgamated Copper Co Woman loves a clear rosy com plexion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health Dr Weavers Treatment tfKft for tho blood Cerato for akin eruption WANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by Jailor with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 420m LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf r vMEETING OF DISTRICT TRUSTEES There will be a meeting of dis trict trustees in the grand jury room Monday August Oth at 2 p in All trustees who can con veniently do so are requested to attend- E R JONES Supt DONT DRAG Dont drag along with a dull billions heavy feeling You need a pill Use DeWittls Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold by J W Gayle FOR SALE A lot of heavy brown paper suit able for putting under carpets Ap ply at this oilico iX fri fI 1 Iij eUMMER CLEARANCE SALE i SATURDAY commence our Summer Clearance of I Organdies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens Mulls Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SILKS Nobby designs in Dress Silks 32Ac 37Ie 50c reduction from 50c 05c and 75c Beautiful designs in Dress Patterns will be offered at surprisingly low figures WOOL DRESS GOODSWhite and Cream Wove Dress Goods in cluding Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37e 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 LINENS Our great Specialty is Linen We now have themLinen Lawns Linen Suitings Linen Sheetings Towels Crashes TablejLinens and Napkins iKindly give us a look that we may have a chance to show you what we have F J HEENEY 1 WE a SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADEj r There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any buyingWeing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GoIVERSIMrES KY H K WARDPresident 1Z5 C ST BROWXING Sec and Treas CINCINNATI AND RETURN F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 5tt Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a m I Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park nil open with new attractions ASV GENTS FOR PARTICULARS Best byTest We Guarantee Every Sack of Flour and Meal sold by us Pride of Madison Knows no superior Try a Sack We sell the Finest Hay Corn and Oats 1 in the City HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Dealers in Salt Stock Foods Seeds Feeds and Grains 47m j i iLL1jli Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits mussed and soiled Waists and Shirt- Waist f I Suits a- tHalf Price 200 Waists 100 tI lfiO Waists 075 4 Shirt Waist 6 Shirt Waist Jf f l AUGUST ASSIGNMENT OF STORE KEEPERS AND GAUGERS IN tTHESEVENTH DISTRICT f 1 Stoll Co Lexington J T Gunn day R Strauss additional yIand bottling H S Foreman a gauger 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frank fortB McElroy day C H Mor gan additional T R Spries addi ftional D B Walcutt gauger r 3 H E Pogue Distillery Co May- svineH G Holiday day J R Dagley additional and bottling i Oscar Grigsby gauger 4 JIEoII5 gaugerIadditional and bottling E Old ham additional D C Berryman guager Poyntz Bros Co MaysvilleJ S Wallingford storekeepergauger 9 S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day P S Rule additional r H S Sinclair additional P P Parrish bottling W T Crosth et walt gauger f 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiserton NA Moore day W W Cherry additional and bottling D C Bertt ryman gauger 11 S Herbst Frankfort W L Blandlng storekeeperguager i 14 G G White Co ParsJ P i t Hutchkraft day J Walker bottlingIf17 Old McBrayer Co Mt frfi Sterling J J Kearns day J O t Kash additional and bottling H j t Foreman gauger 24 J H Rogers Co Ma svllleI Frank Harting day W C Slye 1additional and bottling Oscar TIIF Owen day L F T Steele ad1 ditional John Stephanski i 37 John Cochran Co Frankfort G P 1f Cann day L H Finnell additional and bottling F D Clark gauger 40 J Pepper Co Yarnallton A Combs day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T L McConnell meal room Henry New som night T H Shelby Jr FrazIer VersaillesGus gaugert storekeeperganger Graham Frankfort day E Craig ditional and bottling John adj f hanskl gauger All Soiled Goods go at Greatly Reduced Prices Weve had a big Spring selling of Wash Fabrics in Garmentsnow for the Tub Salethe general clean up All the totted nud tumbled goodf the mthMd art soiled gnrimntF offered at ndicnl reductions Every clffrs nnd gindcif AYtMirblc ti li cr arc in ludtc11 aipts Shirts Towels Linens and piece goods of every depcriptitn me so slightly goilid that you cnn scarcely notice itbut nil go during this Tub Sale at practically your on price We tman to sell them to elirc vd shoppers will all come out in the wash Quality as good as anyyou cant find any fault with our goods 8 2 Muslin Underwear all soiled and mussed Garments at Half Price JU t T C D E V it 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frank fortH S Bell day W L Baker additional J M Tanner bottling John Stephanski gauger 77 Paris Distillery Co ParlsJ M Russell day J D Shy addi tional C T Throckmorton addi tional C L Hough bottling D C Berryman gauger 91 J J M Saffell FrankfortU- G Carey day W B Anderson additional and bottling D B Walcutt gauger 96 J N Blakemore Frankfort L L Lemaster storekeepergauger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeeper gauger 106 W A Gaines Co Frankfort F M Cisco day G T Montjoy addlIH whittington bottling W M Saffell gauger 113 Geo T Stagg Co Frankfort J H Murray day C M Kash addi tional W M Saffell gauger 348 Sparks Conn Gimlet Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger Lexington Public Warehouse Co General Bonded WarehouseJ- R Sams and J M Burbridge storekeepergangers General Storekeepergauger Lexing tonG R Bullock Lexington Rectifying Houses Shan non Co J E Pepper Co R S Strader SonA G Leonard gauger Frankfort Rectifying House J P WilliamsF D Clark gauger RESIGNEDAPPOINTEDMr assistant agent of tthe Adams Express Co in this city for sev eral months owing to ill health resigned his position and left for his home in Cincinnati on Wednesday Mr Bolin is a clever undI accommodating gentleman efficient express man regret leavingMr Williams the hus tling and wideawake delivery man has been appointed to fill the place made vacant by Mr ViI1liumsnumber one officer He is one of the cleverest boys in town Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day Doan s spreading nllYdrug White Goods and Lawns One lot mussed and soiled White Goods and Lawns at Half Price LAW i5OOITH RSRO2tHy Theres nothing so good sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclei tric Oil Cures it in a few Relieves pain in any part Early Risers The famous little pills Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bnceeasf nl treatment for blood and akin diseue e THE PACIFIC COAST TouristslSeeking Pacific Coast or Puget Sound cote- try luring the period of low to Portland and California point- you should realize the value of few suggestions of how best to se most without extra cost includin Bantf the Beautiful in the Cant- than Rookies a sea trip from V toria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount or1monmountains of su lime Grand Canon that no brus has over copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to oon for with a Motion Route Agent while in Louisville fur his olflce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject nUll all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tanoe telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky p wltes Early Risers The famous little pills sDr Weavers Syrup Pnrttea the blood ointment for the akin AYLORITHE PRE- MIERKNTUCKY h WHISKEY E H AVLOR JR Ie SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentuc- Hose White Lace Hose in this TubtSale to clean up i White Lace Hose S9c 85c White Lace Hose 28c Stocks1 Lot Stocks 25c to qual ity only loc P Lot 50c and 75c Lace Stocks with gold trimmings 25c A 1 We any Cerate 50c 50c iN SWINGS I i VERY BEST t GEES SOUTHERN RAMAY- SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE FROM Louisville Danville and Lexington eTO andtThe West 1Two Fast Trains Daily running through Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lex iugtou us follows Leave Lexington 545 a m 1Leave Danville 580 n Uti Leave Louisville 100 a m Arrive St Louis 112 p m Vestibuleil Coaches and Observa tiou Cafe VurILeave Lexington 500 p m Danville 445 inHArrive St Louis 7t32 a in Pulman Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair CarIMost Direct Line toiCHATTANOOGA ATLANTA KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and- JACKSONVILLE lull all Southeastern points includ lug Asheville N C and the beautiful Laud of the Sky and lox away Country Send 2cent stamp for Laud of the Sky Booklet and other illus iW trated litllntureILexington Ky H C KING C P k1 A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Trv P Agt Ill E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORI District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville AkyMo H 1750Ir SONSjit ITALIAN BEES FOR SALEI I have for sale 20 stands of premisesMISS WILLANNA STEDMAN i Forks of Elkhorn Kyw42tf Chesapeake Ohio Ry14r SUb1jeet jForWest and Southwest uailriForphia New York Itichmoiid Old Poiut anti Norfolk 10 IS A M and 741 P 31 Daily L3lyr 1 PRESS THE p = 4 DUTTOrs lliillA d Pen gust Ink to spillno clogging or shaking limply the button the picture fillffluha Write the instant it touches the paper I Eagle Flashsoaf 50 karat point vulcanized rubber and fully guarant- eedEasIeFlahNo2S 250Eaglore8 size JUgg Sold by Stationer and Other YOUR DEALER If be EagleFLASH tend the retail direct to pen absolutely Pencil Co Manufacturer 377 Broadway New York t k TfteFranRforlRounflaDout Entered at till postolllce at Frankfort Ken tucksassccomliliiss tuailablo matter t GEO A LEWIS Pror and PubI FRANKFORT AUG4 1906 OPENING PLEASUREVILLE CAMP MEETING A big lrunion camp mooting opened at Plensureville Park just helcw that town OI Sunday morning Col Noel GaineSjW this city made opening nddress to n tremendous crowd said ito number over 2500 people His oddress was a plain openhonest address of a brave man who acknowledg iug errors in the past yet has the courage to stand squarely and firmly for the uplift of humanity the spread of the gospel of peace morality law and Christianity The address was one well calcu t lated to help along the wave of morality reform observance and enforcement of law and Chris tianity FRANKFORTMODES GLASS WORKS The stockholders of the Frank fortModes Glass Works met on Friday last and organized by the election of the following officers President R D Armstrong Vice PresidentGeo B Harper General Manager and Superintendent W F Modes Secretary and TreasurerJohn W R Williams DirectorsR D Armstrong Geo B Harper E M Wallace John P Stuart F S Haff John C Noel A H McClure YoF Modes and W S Farmer The capital stock is fixed at 50000 fef MAN HURT AT CHAMPION SAWMILL While an employe of the Cham pion Sawmills on the West Side was engaged in having a log drawn up into the mill on Monday after noon the dog with which the log is held on the log wagon flew out and struck Mr Dooley another employe in the leg near the hip inflicting a serious gash which required several stitches to close up Dr 0 H Reynolds attended to the injuries FINGERS BADLY CUT Mr Ed Baker an employe of the Capital Lumber and Planing Mill Co was at work at an edger saw in the mill on Monday when his right hand came in contact with the saw and the second and third fingers of the hand were split to the bone above the second knuckles Surgical attention was rendered and he is doing well COMMISSIONERSi Judge A Rollins IBurnum of Richmond Republican and Judge Chns R McDowell of Don ville Democrat were appointed members of the State Hoard of Election Commissioners on Mon day by Gov Beckham Hump Back SCOTTS wont make a IIIrickets and bone consumption ampleI409415 Pearl Street New York and firoo all druggists k tY Badly Shattered Nerves and Wear Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadstally where the patients heart is weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Heart Cure is not anIa great heart regulator but it is aIJlooci tonic whichsP corrects and regulates the action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It will build you just as it did Mr Crawford whose letter follows and greatly improve your general health- I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely pounds my nerves were badly shattered and my heart troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on spellsandI could eat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves arc steady as a die I sleep well cat well and weigh 163 pounds am happy now and am trying to make back the I goohileTexas All druggists sell and guarantee first battle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddreuDr SUDDEN DEATH OF RAIL ROAD HAND Ben Watts a colored innn em ployed on the L N R work train alighted from the train in tlm city on Tuesday morning and was standing near the wall of the entrance to the tunnel when he was seen to topple over and fall to the ground When persons who saw him fall reached his side he was found to be dead Coroner Graham was summoned and took charge of the remains Watts came originally from Wat kinsville a negro village several miles beyond Woodlake on the Stamping Ground pike aI AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeace withtheworld feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good results The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a bet ter workJnan a better citizen than the man or woman who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your dis position Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tuno and both your brain and body will respond Little indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected und you will be surprised to see how much better man you are Try a little Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals Sold by J W Gayle BROKEN FLANGE DERAILS CAR A broken flange on a car on the L N R R freightI things at the depot on morning derailing the car The trouble was soon remedied and traflic resumed erO j JS T O HL IjflL Bears Signature of A ANOTHER EXCURSION The F Cund Q C Rail roads will give another of their unrivaled excursions to Cincinnati tomorrow As the summer draws popIUJuri INow that the dog days are upon us we would respectfully suggest that the gutters be slushed thor oughly so that danger from disease germs be made as little as possible 17 IIYi rr A SAILOR BOY BADLY IN JURED By a dispatch we learn that Mr John L Corbett seaman 011 the U S S Illinois had the misfor tune to be badly hurt by a collision in a denso fog between the two big war vessels the Illinois and time Alabama Young Corbetts right lpg was so badly mashed that it had to be amputated and the left arm was brokenCorbett enlisted in the Navy in March last and was assigned to the Illinois with young Ben Marshall INTERNAL REVENUE COL LECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected internal revenue taxes for the month of July as follows 2118 barrels 81210210 tax gallons amount of taxes 8988782 e B K BRUCE CAMP WON B K Bruce Camp Colored Knights of Pythias returned Sun day from the State Encampment at Henderson Thy won the 125 prize drill over all competitors by a handsome score Capt J W Woolfolk is very proud of his vic tory REGULAR DELIGHTFUL TRIP The good steamer Falls City will give her usual Saturday ex cursion to Tryone and return this evening She leaves the Custom house Wharf at 8 oclock Fare for round trip only 50 cents LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS I am the luckiest man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleed ing from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money rofunded At all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free ELECTION COMMISSIONER The Republican State Central Committee met in Louisville on Friday last and recommended Judge A Rollins Burnam for re appointment as Election Commis sioner for the ensuing year The recommendation is equivalent to appointment Judge Burnam has made a most acceptable officer e No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed There is always that possibility ofa little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided The thinking man whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol for Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach Sold by J W Gayle- CLIMATIC CURES oonIditionsis very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper 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 loss nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can tolting00r1l10nlarly 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 bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr t jtti J1J 11ii J ll JQ I h Pleasant to take c Laxative I Syrup i4I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONi Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and extracts are 0 lthe best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a Inormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and VegeTCompound and if used in Constipation will bring Itable a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as 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 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers jScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins F y t Monkey Wrenches r Pipe Fittings and Wrenches v l FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oil Etc l Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualify The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL t 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from n 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 19 p in t Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 nt to 7 p m and tit 9 and p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a in to 8 p m nail at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 6 a in to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a in to 7 p m and at 0 and p m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager ltf It Ij wxlt Atrft t r3t4V11 Dr Cudys Condition 1ovftiers are lust what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food b fmedicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package t r For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte GayleieS KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCSi KingsNew i t IFOR cONSUMPTION PriceI r Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LES or MONEY BACK aUI tir j Nfl ttW fFlARE CAI3RIED ALL OVER 7HE WORLD Cases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver 11 CINCINNATI PALL FESTIVAL 311SpecinlGovernment has appointed Lieu tenant Waterman of Ft Thomas Ky as officer in charge of the monster exhibit to be made at the Fall Festival of this city The officer is well known throughout this section iThe display which the govern ment is to make will be the biggest and also the first made in Congressmanhents soninlaw was largely r- et sponsible for the success in getting the Federal authorities interested in the feast Secretary of War t Taft also a Cincinnati man has I given permission for a huge war department exhibition in connection with the government display machinestbe seen at the feast It will be in daily operation a government chargellfor the public Models of battle ships models of the arms used by Federal soldiers since the days of Washington uniform designs artillery equipment a huge coin and currency exhibit with bills from to 1000 denomination methods of old and modern warp fare soldiers in uniforms stuffed horses illustrating mode of cav alary attack and defense likewise many other things will be part of the governments huge display The Cafe Rialto inside the fes tival grounds will be the biggest ever fitted up in the West Like wise it will be one of the finest Hundreds of juniper trees 16 foot t palms a 20foot fountain and t t 1000 Japanese lanterns are part beingk20000 IN PREMIUMS That Amount Offered for Various Classifications by the Bluegrass i Fair at Lexington September 1722 The Board of Directors of the 4 f Bluegrass Fair Association have idecided to offer the same amount in premiums for the Bluegrass i Fair as was given for the State J Pair last year Classifications is Heres Just the Right IBowel Laxative rGentle SurePleasant to TakeA Tried and True Genuine Natures Remedy r If you do not bavo free easy and regular movements of tho bowels you lack the prime and first essential of good health Theres more barm done than more uncomf ortableness slug gishness and bilious ness retention of food 1 wastes in the bowels A pollutes irritatesand sysIof a fountain of tainted vitality IBHttvThe ills of con stipation arc ft trifling bul nearly with vitaelgnlflcanceSeek your N a t u r e vH IJfsntionaturol B 4aidof Laxeta o o and crowd the dcllvH Dn oats organs of the atomaoh r Avoid nil tho danger of powerful jTand unknown med Your safety your health are always secured Ifyou take Laxels The formula is on every boxV sbow it to your tam sly physician Lax ti are put up in a flat metal case in handy tablet form one tablet taken be fore meals or on retiring always brings relief Pleasing to take the most potent yet gentle ol all remedies a genuine help of Natures bowsllnntlve which cures constipation Reo commended and for sale by ALL DEALERS L KEEPING A GOOD CUATGH 5 l Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you 1 one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements J find place here and we willingly guarantee them to 3 be accurate timekeepersIr M A SELBERT will also cover practically all classes of live stock that were given opportunity to compete at the State Fair and thus will be made of the Bluegrass Fair an institution of national impor tance The premium money will run to twenty thousand dollars It has been divided in such nI manner as is believed will appeal to the people of Kentucky es pecial being given to the specific classifications in which they are more particularly interested Proper premiums will be offered for all kinds ofI horses cattle sheep hogs mul and jack stock for tobacco horticulture sI field seeds grains mineral products of all kinds descriptions for poultry for ladies work and all else pertaining to a successful floral hnllI There seems every reason to be hove that the enterprise of the directors of the Bluegrass Fair Association in offering so large an amount will be rewarded by the patronage which it deserves DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Tea gathered in the Rooky Mountains acts directly on toe Mucous Mem brane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Medi cine will produce better results than any other in the market Tea or tablet form 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co eIfThis signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cures n cold In one day STAMPING GROUND Mr C T Duvall our hustling merchant was in Frankfort on TuesdayMr L Trundle and wite visited their daughter Mrs Haynes in Cincinnati last week DiedJuly 28 consumption Mr Herman Duvall son of Mr Geo E Duvall and wife aged 20 years The funeral services were conducted at the Christian church on Tuesday by Revs G W Hill and C L Ford Interment in our cemetery DiedSunday July 20 Mrs Martha E Lindsay aged 81 years of the infirmities due to age She was the widow of the late Esq John S Lindsay and had lived in this place since her marriage in 1850 She was an estimable and lovable lady She will be sadly missed She was a devout member of the Baptist Church The funeral services were con ducted by Rev G W Hill her pastor from the Baptist Church and the remains wore taken to Georgetown for interment The heavy rains of last week have assured a fine crop of corn in this vicinity even if no more falls before the cutting season Crops of all kinds are looking splendidly Some little wheat is yet in the shock and is somewhat thin land fniluro1Qntsfairly good crop although the straw is short UNO J 11I FRIGHTFULLY BURNED I Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual re sult A quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at all druggists STREET CAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 620 m and every ten minutes thereafter till 930 p m After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery line they leave same place nt 680 a m and 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 660 a In and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt 1400 TO MINNEAPOLIS AND RETURNMONON ROUTE Account of National Encamp ment G A R the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Minneapolis and return at rate of 1400 August 10th to 18th in clusive good returning until Au gust 81st which upon additional payment of 50 cents may be ex tended to September 80th Stopover of 10 days at Chicago by deposit and payment of 50 centsThrough Pullman Tourist Car will leave Louisville Sunday morn ing August 12 via Monon Route and Chicago Northwestern with Whitaker Post of Louisville and its friends throughout the State You are cordiaally invited to join themRates in accord with the fare from Louisville will apply from all stations in Kentucky Be sure your tickets read via Monon Route between Louisville and Chicago For further particulars address E H Bacon D P A Louisville K3 td A HEALING GOSPEL The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me Greatest rem edy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at all gists Price 500 drugI THE BLUE GRASS What promises to bo the best fair over hold in Kentucky will be given at Lexington the week of September 17th Despite the loss of the State Fair the progressive Blue Grass capital has organized an association and will give an exhibition that will he as broad in its character as State Fair over held in the South It will be in name in purpose and in reality a Blue Grass fair It will deal with the interests which es pecially concern the people of the most noted agricultural region of the world It will endeavor to advance and promote the particu ear industries which appeal to our people in which their money is Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD z invested and from which they receive returns All arrange ments are being made to make the week of September 17th the most notable week in the history of Lexington and of Central Kentucky RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves 540 a m Louisville Accommodation returns 615 p m Train West 935 a nlITrain West 850 p Train East 949 a m Train East 420 p i- nC0Westbound 909 a m Westbound 614 p m Eastbound 1018 n m Eastbound 741 p m FCLe- aves for Paris 6 20 a m Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p ReturnsC 720 pm J W WATSON Ticket ARent Natures Great Invention On de banks ob de Amazon far away far away Wlwr Dr Greet is August Flowers to day Ah picked dose Bwers In ole Brazil An IM a Yankee ah longs to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire feet of digestive apparatus in normal condition and assisting natures processes of digestion and ab for building and rebuilding by preventing ALl irregular or unnatural causes interrupt healthy and per fect natural processes and result in intestinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing of the gall duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous headache con and other complaints such BI colic biliousness jaundice etc i jAugust Flower in natures intended regulator Two sixes 250 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gnyle Atlantic City 1685 Round Trip Via F C IN CONNECTION WITH Penna Lines Aug 9 BO S= W Aug 16 Tickets good for 15 days Stopover granted ou return trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Niagara Falls 980 Round Trip Via F C IN CONNECTION WITH Big Four August 9th Penna Lines 16th Erie R R 25t1 Final limit 12 days For detailed information apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent i dfF f Let the Sun do its Worst IThese are outing days and should always be provided ouIta bottle of ICream fItthe 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 way Hastens the rev 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 J wu GAYLE Druggist ZYCornerFrankfort Ky Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville Nol Memphis N 0 Ltd No Leaver 040 in Arrives 745 a m New Orleans Special No Leaves UJOI p m Arrives 585 p m No Local Mail No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 455 p m ipolnt8town Hodgenvillo and Hopkins vl tie except Sunday service to EUzabethtown and nOIvale Stops ut all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 480 p m Ar ives 955 a m to4fiHoSundays Stop at Trains all IBaUyJs 1 Tvv y New Fast Tra- inColorado r TO I UTAHAND I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new truing will leave a m daily The evening trains to snore points 1010 p m dally Double daily service 1Through sleeping car service for SanFran tickets now on sale For addressRTray Pass Agt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo J ij4B 1 th 10 q f CRUTCHER SIMPSONS ONEHALF PRICE SALFOn Mens and Young Mens Two and Three Piece Suits4 Every Mixed Suit in our House included and many of our Black and Blue Serges Our Suits range in price from 10 to 35this means a 10 Suit for 500 and a 35 Suit for 1750 j JAll 500 Oxfords 350 All 350 Oxfords 250 All 250 Oxfords 185 All 150 Oxfords 120 on In Louis ville on Mr James Dilger of this city and Miss Emma Green of Were married Mr Dilger is the popular ton Borial artist of the Capital Hotel His bride is said to be an An derson county Mitchell lud on Rev Chas R Hudson of this city and Mrs Harriett Hyatt Parker of Mitch ell were married Rev Mr Hudson is the able and eloquent young pastor of the Christian Church in this city His bride is said to be a hand some and attractive young will be at home in this city after September 1st Hearty are ex tended When a woman suffers from depressing weaknesses she then is Dr Shoop has brought relief to thousands of such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two direct specific gaysa local treatment known by drug or internal called Dr t at night It works while you sleep It reduces inflammation it stops discharges it heals it soothes it comforts it cures Dr Shoops Restorative tablet or liquid form is a constitu tional nerve tissue tonic It brings renewed strength lasting ambition and vigor to weak lifeless women These two remedies singly or used together have an irresistible positive helpful power Try them a month and see Sold by all dealers Dr Weavers Ijrnppurifies the blood Cerate btals skin ernptlow t Off on all Knee Pants Suits Every Suit in our House included in this Sale OneThird Off on our Odd Pants OneHalf Price on every Hat in our House Knox and Stetsons ex cepted 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 Mens Sox 3 pairs for 100 25 and 35cent Mens Fancy Sox 3 pairs for 50cents Our 100 Lisle Thread 75 cents per garment Our 50Cent Y5 cents per Suit Our 50Cent Neckwear 25 cents White Vests in Wash Goods and Woolens OneHalf Price LowCut and Slippers This all the Low Cut Shoes and in our House for Men Boys and for Misses No Goods sent Approval for No Money Refunded AllJAlterations Charged for CRUXCHER Sc SIMPSONMAIN STREET MARRIED Thursday Lawrenceburg beauty- HUDSONPARKERIn Saturday congratulations helplesshow SnoopsFightprescription ShoopsNight TftatmenCI OneThird Underwear Underwear Fancyand Shoes includes Slippers Women Cash only DILGERGREEN matronThey BIRTHS SHARPEIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Roy Sharpe and wifea son FUGAZZIIn this city on Sunday to Mr C Fugazzi and wife a daughter TODDIn this city on Wednesday night t Mr John R Todd and wife a daughter Jane Robertson Get a 5 cent box of Laxets n our store please We think they are great Just test these tooth some candylike Laxative Tablets for constipation sour stomach biliousness bad breath muddy complexion etc Risk 5 cents and see All druggists + HOPKINS NOMINATED lion Frank A Hopkins the present Congressman from the Tenth District after a long and bitter fight among the announced candidates was nominated by the Democratic Convention for reelection on the 18th ballot at Pikeville on Thursday MrI Hopkins had declined to stand for reelection He was selected as a compromise ctlndidatei IF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Tea or Herb Tablets and do not fled thorn the best medicine you ever used for Constipation Torpid Liver Sick Kidneys Sour Stom ach Sick Headache Neuralgia Dyspepsia Indigestion Malaria Dizziness and Bad Breath we will refund tho money They work day and night and you get up in the morning fooling personTry Tea or Tablets For sale by Frankfort Drug Co MORGANS MEN TO MEET The annual reunion of Mor gans men will be held at Parks Hill Camp Ground Nicholas county August 14th and 15th jJ e1 ilr trYl DEATHS UELTSCHIIn this county on Tuesday the infant daughter of Mr Ernest Ueltschi aged about one yea- rSAYRESAt the home of his soninlaw Mr W H Grider at College Hill Madison county on Monday morning Col Samuel C Sayres aged 88 years Col Sayres was a native of Ma son county but removed to Penn sylvania when a youth and re mained there several years after wards coming to this city to resideIn young manhood Col Sayres married Miss Sallie Theobald daughter of the late Col Thos S Theobald By that union two daughters Mrs Jas F Meek and Mrs W H Grider were given to them Mrs Meek dying some three years since Col Sayres held many re sponsible and difficult positions in this city finally retiring from business activities when the Cap ital oflice was closed at the expiration of the term of Col E Polk Johnson as Public Printer Col Sayres was a cultivated and polished writer and gentleman of the old school We have known him from our childhood For a number of years Col Sayres and his wife have been living with their daughter Mrs W H Grider at College Hill Ky Col Sayres was a member of the Episcopal Church and the remains wore brought h ere on Tuesday said the funeral services conducted by Rev R L Mc Cready from Ascension Church that afternoon at 8 oclock the body afterwards laid to rest in the Theobald lot in our cemetery COLEMAN At his home on Fourth avenue in this city on Sunday night Mr Edward James JJaJ f il rlt I Coleman aged 71 years of a com plication of diseases Mr Coleman was the oldest child of the late Mr J Carter Coleman and wife and was a nephew of the Hon Roger Q Mills of Texas For many years when a young man Mr Coleman was a deputy in Clerk of the Court of Appeals office when the late Mr Jacob Swigert was the clerk Later ho moved to Louisville to reside and remained there until about three years ago when he returned to this city bought a lot and erected a cozy and comfortable home in which to pass his declining years While in Louisville Mr Cole man married Miss Laura Perkins and as a result of that union three daughters and one son were given to them Mrs Thos P Rogers and Miss Kate Coleman of this city Mrs Joshua C Shively and Mr Ven A Coleman of Louisville who together with his devoted wife survive him In addition he left three sisters and two brothers Mrs W W Jett of this county Mrs L B Kohnle of Texas Mrs J 11 Jameson and Dr J S Coleman of this city and Mr Landon S Coleman of Middletown and a large circle of relatives to mourn deathMr was a devout member of tho Christian Church for many years and died in the triumphs of the Christians faith The funeral services were con ducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught of tho Methodist Church at 4 oclock on Tuesday and the re mains were laid away in the fam ily lot in our cemetery Doans Kegulets cure constipa tion tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box 1L iLJ Li Uili All 400 Oxfords 300 All 300 Oxfords 225 All 200 Oxfords 160 All 125 Oxfords 1001All 100 Slippers 075 i i For dry cracked lips or rough skin use Dr Shoops Green Salve llikeFOURTH IN LIST Kentucky stands fourth in the list of revenue producing States Ion Uncle Sams ledger She yielded 24469084 Pretty corn fortable sum CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Siguaturtl of J I SPECIAL r REDUCED HATES VIA HENDERSON ROUTEtTO I Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points AND t1 Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ask Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent V LOUISVILLE Ky W4ruIW 1 ATTENTION BUILDERS1 l r NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME ir c o 307309 Main St TWO BIG TRAINS Two excursion trains of eight Scars each passed through this city on yesterday morning en route to Lexington The first train went through at 4 a m and the second at 580 a m They were both loaded down with colored people en route tc the big parade of U B F and S M T They wereI packed like sardines in a box The last train was by a band of music The excursion catches the co 1II every time TRIES TO SLUSH OUT THE JAIL P One Dossenbach a prisoner in the jail under sentence for the murder of a cooper by the name bf Miller some months since and who has taken an appeal in thecase tried to slush out the jailon Thursday night He turned on the water in the hydrant and left it running full It soon overflowed the pipe and made things generally wet BUYS GOOD FARM i Mr K Sanford Sr has pur chased from Mrs P I Railey her fine farm of 04 acres near Stead mantown for 7500 equal to cash I Mr K Sanford Jr agent of the Adams Express Co will move his family to this pleasant coun try home in the early spring A Tho glycerine Dr Pierces medicines enhances the medi cinal properties which it extracts and holds In solution much better than alcohol would It also possesses medicinal properties of Its own being a valuable demulcent nutritive antiseptic and anti- ferment t adds greatly to the efficacy of tho Black Cherrybark Golden Seal toot Stone root and Queens root con t tamed in Golden Medical Discovery In subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections for all of which these are recom mended by standard medical authorities In all cases where there is a wasting sway of flesh loss of appetite with Yeak stomach in tho early stages of msumption tlhero can be no doubt that glycerine acts as a valuable nutritive and aids tho Golden Seal root Stone root T Queens root and Black Chcrrybark in L promoting digestion and building up the flesh and strength controlling tho cough and bringing about a healthy condition of tho whole system Of course it must p not be d to miracles It will not cure consumption except in its earlier stages It will cure severe obstin ate chronic coughs bronchial and laryn geal troubles and chronic sore throat with hoarseness In acute not so effective It Is in tho or those of long standing oven when accompanied by bleeding from j lungs that it has performed Its most marvelous cures Send for and read the little book of extracts treating of the properties and uses of tho several med that enter into Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a wide range of application in the cure of diseases It is sent Address Dr R V tlerco- Buffalo N Y The Discovery con tains no alcohol or harmful habitform I ing drug Ingredients allprlnted on each battle wrapper In plain English Sick especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing mill Send 21 onecent stamps for papercowrud or 31 stamps for cloth bound Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Roofing One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing r Slaters Felt and Building Paper Cement Salt I R C SOWER 8c CO EXCURSION accompanied oredcontingent Valuable Agent lingering- coughs ONLY Steel Lime RELIGIOUS ASOENS ION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chlnn rector being absent MrCb as Cllngman will conduct services at a m and 730 p m Sunday July 29 980 a m Sundayschool a m Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon at 4 p m Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev J N PrestrldgeD Dof Louisville will preach a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 045 in the ohapel Baraca class at 045 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 716 p mchapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 745 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev O R Hudson pastor being away on his vaca preachingThe at 1030 a Sundayschool at 030 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Wednesday evening at chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 790 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN UROH Rev Hugh Leith of Zenlepole Penn will preach at a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Vlsiors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a in and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a Epwortb League at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p m Mr Geo Smith the celebrated violinist will give a solo at the morning service Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastorbeingD of Canton Ohio will preach at a m and 730 p SundayFchool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELRev Mr Cleveland will preach In this chapel at 3 oclock p Sundayschool every Sunday afternoon LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters tar the week ending July 28 Box 123 5 Brown Alex Cohorn Harrison Pelts C R Flynn Elizabeth Harp J M Mountjoy Miss Elizabeth Morgan Frank Porter Miss Lulla Parrlsh William Robtrts Jessie Smith Margaret Stivers Clarence Smith Jas D Sturgeon Jonn When calling for the above letter- lease say advertised GEO L BARNES P M TO BUILD HANDSOME RESIDENCE Mr Guy H Briggs is going to twostorydwolling Fourth Avenue r Next IN SUMMER Why does the sun burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time srWitch dont Wee De Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name of E C DeWitt Co on the box to get the genuine Should be kept handy Sold by J W Gayle WE MET THE ENEMY AND ARE THERN The base ball club from the II Hub of the Universe more familiarly Versailles came down here on Thursday and took the scalps of the Frankfort team Score 8 to 1 There is mourning in the valley MADE ANOTHER SALL The hustling real estate dealers Messrs Shelton Morris made a sale of a comfortable house and lot in Georgetown to Mrs L B Castleman of this city Price private These gentlemen are continually doing things Written for the Roundabout SUMMER IN THE COUNTRY I July has paused upon the hill To rest amid the shades of trees The atmosphere Is warm and still One hears the muffled hum of bees II Beside green meadows wrapt in sleep The Elkhorn ripples clear and cool A lonely fisher stands kneedeep In circle of a quiet pool III The mellow notes of Cardinal With haunting cry of flying crows A striped ground squirrels cosy cell In hollowtree and up he goes IV A painted boat drifts to and fro Held by a chalna romance near But hand In hand the lovers go Across the field to memory dear V The smoke curls lightly up the vale A farm house stands serene and old It seems just like a fairy tale A sweeter story never told VI Dear passing summer grave and still Tomorrow gone and Autumn here- I see thee pausing on the hill Iu this dream photo of the year N S COX July 31 190C dA1l T0RY ABear 6ignstare of A t UI GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell my farm of 162 MainsRaileys farm Good improve ments barn etc Two tenon houses For further particulars address MRSrr J TODD KyAugKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 214 REPUBLICAN CALL The following call has been issued by the Republicans of the Seventh DistrictIAt a Congressional Committee for the Seventh Congressional District of Kentucky held at Lexington Ky on July 28 1906 pursuant to a call duly made by R J Mc Michael Chairman at which meeting all the counties in said district except Bourbon and Woodford were represented It was ordered that a delegate con vention be held and the same was called to meet at Lexington Fay ette county Kentucky on Satur day September 8 1906 at 12 oclock noon for the purpose of nominating a Republican candi date for Represntative in Congress in said district to be voted for at the regular election to be held in November 1906 307309 Main S County mass meetings were or dered to be held pursuant to the call of the various county chair men at the county seats of the several counties in said district on Saturday September 1 1906 at 180 p m standard time to so select delegates to said district convention r The basis of reprsentation in said district convention shall bo one delegate for each one hundred votes and fraction thereof over Republicnntion fpr President of the United States in the year 1004 and the counties are entitled tD the following number of delegate votes in said convention Bourbon 21 Fayette 89 Franklin 14 Henry 14 Oldham 5 Owen 8 Scott 17 Woodford 18 R J McMICHAEL Chm G L BARNES Secy The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beenjin use for over 30 years has uoiyie the signature of and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and a Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Boars the Signature ofV Wi The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years NW The Plasterers say o- urInvincible Plaster r is the Best Wall Plaster on the market They ought to know they are using 40 tons a month We are unloading another car load now Ve sell all kinds of Lumber and Building Material Hammond Cov iIi LWi a o si1fi1i t rV ItrL MccLvi 1LIAN1 lAIt =c5oJW = = r P Ik CLThe event waited for by many hundreds of people in Frankfort and Franklin County twice a year You know the ideaa radical clearance each season of the goods b Dught that season nothing carried over and prices jmade so low as to compel a hurried cleaning up of all summer goods Merchandise of a standard found nowhere in pj Central Kentucky save at McCLURES at extremely low prices Tais seasons stocks here have bsen far larger than any ever before carried consequently you get choice of a variety in this sale larger than we hive ever before been able to offer at the end of the season The invariable rush at a McClure sale makes it to your interest to come in order to get the best things earIYI Iff CLOTHINGIr 1500 Whats left of our entire stock of mens and young mens mixed suits for spring has been divided into just two lots at Fifteen dollars gives you absolute choice of any of our finest suits For 750 you can have choice of any fancy suit in our store worth 18t tT IIt worth 30 27 25 and 20 Every suit hand made perfect fitting pure 15 12 and 10 Several hundred select fromall of the standard that worsteds and soft finished mixtures All sizes 33 46 stout has made McClure Clothes reputation lI Onefourth Off on Boys Knee Pants Suits This offer includes nearly all of our boys fancy suits ages 16 in crashes cassimeres Scotches etc Nearly all of these suits are heavy enough for wear school early fall 800 Knee Pants Suits600500 Knee Pants Suits 375 300 Knee Pants Suits 225 odd 600 375 We plunged mens furnishing goods this spring Frankfort never saw such assortment shirts ties and underwear you get the rbenefit prices SHIRTS 140 Griffon Brand 2100 shirt now for 1MANHATTAN attached and No patterns what Manhattan Shirts are and that SOX fancy socks three pairs one and three pair Hj TIES HALF PRICE Choice of any tie in stock except plain blacks and whites HATS HALF PRICE Choice of any straw half price SG are in lot all of 50 of are in S3 at our all are in our in a now go in new go are r S75O t to l to 3 to to in on 1It = of in in i 300h I MENS FURNISHING GOODS fion an of at j I or 2 in stockPanamas elastic drawers white 8375 About dozen oxfords every pair seasons styles them patent metal leathers Mens Oxfords Nearly pair Regent oxfords Most these leathers style better early Mens 8250 Shoes 8215 Odds regular lines these prices nearly these soles most of them blucher style WOMENS OXFORDS- The great volume business womens shoes makes show multitude styles about pair Every pair spring these pairs must make shoes prices absurdly Jtfancy One fourth Mens Pants Every pair pants stock included Pants Pants Pants Iii I socks clearance detached 150 MANHATTAN SHIRTS 120 1 Icolored shirts worth reduced Whites not included in i 11n tIn FANCY TWO LOTS Iv All 50c 35c for dollar All 25c 35c fancy sox 20c for 50c 50c for 25c STRAW hat includedat Oxfords itHALF PRICE About 75 veststhe remainder of have shown price HALF PRICEVAny its original price 1 UNDERWEARV50c nainsook and jeans seam 40c a suit fancy underwear at 80c a a suit thread underwear at 160a su SHOESI t4I 85 and Mens 6 Boydens this practically and gun S3 8250 200 including vici kid and gun kid and if you want to find your size the you like you had come 5r andf and ends two welted and vici kid of low it necessary for us to We find 600 to this sale this and as 600 out to room for fall the low Off I this offer 450 500 Now All 150 to 120 this offer IN at at FANCY VESTS the handsomest line we at half BELTS belt at half at 100 suit 200 lisle of this here of at of of 400 LairdSchober Oxfords 8324 f Every pair of this noted make of oxfords included in this offer at 324 1 Dull and patent leathers in ribbon ties pumps and blucher oxfordsi fe 4 and 8350 Oxfords 249 Av t is included here There s Jdullbe proud of at thebeginning of the season 4r4 300 Oxfordso o4 250 Oxfords 198 J200 Oxfords 164 13 150 Oxfords 124Sif Only Queen Quality oxfords are reserved from this offering Included are Ir some patent kid oxfords some vici kid blucher and lace oxfords and some styles iof slippers which are too numerous to describes 1 Q Our usual rules for sales apply All sales are for cash no sold at these prices will be taken back or exchanged and alterations in clothing are charged for extraiYI r I RK McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY f