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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS rPI1 blisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOIEl10 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWb1rlgars 3100 In Adnce ICc CC = = I YOL XIXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST II l9oo No 4i I EARLY SATURDAY MORN ING FIREI Destructive Work of Fire Fiend Splendid Work of Department Narrow Escape of Fireman and Engineer At 220 a m on Saturday an alarm from box 14 called the dej partmont to the planing mills of the Capital Lumber Co on Logan street which were found toI be in a fierce blaze Owing to the distance from the nearest fireplug the fireboys had to send back for more hose and were delayed in getting a full complement of streams on the fire However after they did get toj work they did finely and saved the big sawmills and the greater part of the lumber stacked in the yardsIt thought th fire started in the shaving chute for at that place watchman Owls saw the first of the blaze A big amount of inflammable mater was ignited by the chute which acted as a flue and in a minute or so there was a tremendous blaze and light which illuminated the whole sur rounding country Watchman Owens and Engineer James Goins ilid everything they could with the hose belonging to the mills but they could not subdue the flames The planing mills and the big dry kilns were totally destroyed to gether with a large lot of finished lumber in the mills and on the yards The loss amounted to about 15000 with if 12000 inI surance When the alarm was turned in the team of horses which were r attached to the ladder wagon became unmanageable nut dashed against the door of the fire house smashing a hole in it and break ing the hinges short oil They then dashed out of the street with Fireman McEwing clinging to the near horse the others to the other animal and attempting to con trol him in which he was par tially successful but the horse known as the Chapman horse forced the wagon west on Main street instead of east and in spite ofall that the other men could do barely escaping the electric light pole in front of our office dragged the ladder wagon upon the pavement in front off the Rupert Grocery Cos store catching their delivery wagon on the way dashed in between the big telephone polo and the corner of the store and stuck fast Afto hard work and the assistance o several outsiders the wagon was released and went over to the fire rut of course were greatly de layed After the team hud reached the fire they again became frightened and dashed away and ran out Murray street to Fourth Avenue up Fourth to the right of tho Hermitage distillery and when attempting to cross a bridge ove the ditch loading to tho river the bridge gave way and the wagon fell over tho tongue sticking into the bank and the horses were thrown down They were cap tured and returned to the depart ment house one of them having received several bad cuts about the left hind foot and ankle In tho rush from the door of the department Fireman McEwing came within an ace of being f 1 l1f v 1ljL J crushed to lentil against tho front of the Rupert building He lucked let go the black horse and jumped behind the pillar of the front barely in time to save him selfMr James Goins engineer at the mills wits badly burned in attempting to put out the fire at the start Col A D Martin Mr 0 C Kennoy Councilman W S Ros son and other citizens rendered boysIgestions materially aided in the fightWe regret that this calamity enterIbut were overcrowded with orders and were doing a splendid busi ness The Elliott Bros are the largest owners are clever and honorable business men This disaster will retard a num ber of buildings which are under construction as they hadcon tracts to furnish supplies of vari ous kinds POSITIVE PROOF Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic in Frankfort Because its the evidence ofa Frankfort citizen Testimony easily investigated The strongest endorsement of meritThe best proof Read it J P Taylor of 804 Madison street carpenter by trade now retired says For nigh on to thirty years I was subject to pain and weakness in my back The trouble I know came from the kidneys especially from the left one this most affected Sometimes I could scarcely arise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take me in the left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weakness of the Idcf1If1 secretions was very annoying especially at night and it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all practically failed to give the promised and expecced benefit It is the recollection of these very facts which makes me so appre ciate the remedy which also affords me a genuine and lasting benefit I refer to Doans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J W Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of tho trouble and removed it I will always recommend Doan s Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that can be depended upon For stile by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents Statesfname Doans and take no other t THANKS Mr Joe Traceyof Pea Ridge has placed us under obligations for a sack of nice cooking tipples Ho will please accept our thanks for his courtesy rHE WAS IN TROUBLE 1 was in trouble but found a way out of it and Im a happy man again since Dr Kings New Life Pills cured me ofehrol1ic constipation says E W Good lot 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex Guaranteed satisfactory Price 25 cents at all druggists Go to Mutteras and ge 24 Photos for 2Gc6 posi tions Made on the bes permanent paper 482t JPf f i For the Roundabout ACROSS FENCESFARMING- Grandmas dinner was finols pecially the cobbler made of1 blackberries Wo did full justice to the other good things which pleased tho estimable housewife beyond measure Women as a general rule like to be complimented on the success of their cooking The but few exceptions are thonghtI less to a degree in regard to those little pleasing amenities whichall wives enjoy but if the bread fails and the meat is underdone lookout for fault finding Grandpa said that Marthas cornpones couldnt be beat and the butter milk was cool from the spring house The beautiful these two lives impressed me exceeding tenderness for in withI main men sacrifice ambition and women to loveibut here was a practical demon stration of the survival of the fittest the rounding out of well spent years in perfectly formed plans and with contented hearts and minds The farm house was the home No sordid greed for outside preferments was ever con sidered What trust What con fid nce in believing that no man ever lived a right life who had not been chastened by a wifes love strengthened by her courage and guided by her discretion No woman could hope to reach tho highest form of happiness without the aid of one who loved her with unselfish devotion through long years of toil and sacrifice Now grandpa she said what about tho farming And as he smoked his pipe the con versation assumed interest with attention on our part merited and intendedII When Mnrthv and me fust moved in this neighborhood we had few neighbors We wus poor an just started out in the world Money wus not very plentiful MI we lied ter do without a heap uv things This here farm uv sixtyseven acres wus plum full of woods tin ther soil wus rich enough ter raise any thing an everything planted That string uv fence along ther crick wus where ther most hay wus made Hit brought us in a good ninny sound dollar Cuttin an satin ther hiy crop tuck up a heap uv time an patience as we lied no tools but ther handscythe rake an pitch fork Haulin an stackin wus somethin Marthy dreaded but ther of woman stuck by me thro thick an thin an cooked fur ther men ther neighborswe allers helped one nuther about ther work Ther one hoss plow did fine work an ther corn crop alleys turned out welln few oojs an a buckwheat patch fur titer bees made a few dollars fur our church dues A calf pickled an hogs fur meat kept ther wolf fruui ther door an with plenty uv fruit an berries ther wus no cause why we couldnt live well Marthy wove rag carpets an made clothes Never heard any complainin bout hard tinges or had health We lied corn shuckins house raisins an biggest kind uv wed din infairs Allers went tor church an rode hossback Yes we lied two children Jane died young John is married an lives across titer crick Hes got fambly uv boys Three stout ones You must go ter see em as he is a science farmer an plows with six mules His wife is a real society lady but mother un tutcter us Stay us madam an now I must look after a maul who is workin with ther bee hives es I am gittin most too ol1 tier work much talltbeesG supplemented tho in vitation and the team was sent luck to Frankfort Grandpa promising to sendus over to Johns whenever we wanted to go I dIterniiltedand lodging indefinitely in that homo not a word would have been said Tis only the little love and the smaller friendship that can ever be broken When one has learned to wait patiently and trust un falteringly one has learned life The faltering steps of the sweet old lady told the story of care and toil She held up wrinkled hands which were beautiful to me I oldfushIfourposter and the exclamation was original me child that spread IercyWhy hit as of as John seehe wus about two years o when Ma and mo made hit Let you help with them dishes Yes cum on Never seen a person so bent on helpin And we were soon in the oldfash ioned log room with its fireplace amiirons und swinging crane She hud been making soap which was now cooling oil The rafters held strings of red peppers and herbs drying There was a spin ning wheel in the corner fiJldfin old cradle which touched my heart to a tender pity One rocker was broken but the once little bed of the child who had died young was as a sweet memento of a mothers memory takingThreat broughtloutthing was in order und we walked out to See the bees and talk with gran Ini in his garden N S COX To be continued AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeace youIyour 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 workman a better citizen than the roan or woman who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts stud your dis position Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both respondLittlecan lie easily corrected und you will be surprised to see how much better man you are a little Korlol for lysl lpsinnftl r your GnyhI Messrs Shelton Morris sold for Mr Eugene Carlton his house and lot on Logan street to Mr J P Quire for 2000 cash GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Fattier Williams Indian Tea Na tares Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in use Delicat0ilyuuieanesses and diseases peculiar to their sex will fled in Father Wili linms Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and It ts tho livenistrength nod elasticity to stepi brightens tho eyes clears the com plexion and makes you well and strouuuain Tea or Tablets 20 cents For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 1OFF FOR HIGH BRIDGE The F it Cu11d Q C Rail ways will run an excursion trait to High Bridge tomorrow Train will leave this city at 980 a in Returning will arrivo at 050 p tugA chance to have a rice day at High Bridge Tlieo Astollihllg Tt Have been placed on the Leftovers I An Unprecedented 11 Business Opportunity 10 Pieces Woolen DresstlGoods worth 25c and 50c per yard Sale Price 12A and 25c iLuc1itsLadies Tan Lace Hose 25e quality lOc per pair One lot Misses Blue and Red Dotted Hose drop stitched worth lye 7Ac per pair 2500 White Serge Suit I 1250 11 2250 Tailored Pnl1t1111agSuit 1125 8UOU Black Panama Suit t 1500 t 1250 White Linen Suit 025 l 500 White Linen Coat 250 350 White Linen Skirt 275 100 White Serge Skirt 750 500 Tailored Skirts all colors 375I350 White Shirt Waists 2 75 25c 1Gloves C KAGIN BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge i We Feel Song For people in troublewe just some how cant help it jBut ifc got you in trouble by buying cheap Hour lust buy jI JEMnext time and your troubles will be over Tae J E PI llll 60 v p PERSONALh Mr P n Snmh left Wednesday for Atlantic Cite Mrs Snm1 Todd is visiting rela- tIves a Todds Point Miss 11 J Russell is vleltlng relatives at Crescent Hill Mis Vella Scot tow visited friends In LoU yille this week hiss Sarah Burnam of Richmond Is visiting friends here Dr E C Roenicle has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Harry Jeffers visited at More land the tuft of the week r Miss Virginia Chlnn has returned from n visit to Richmond Miss May Donaldson is spending her vacation in Louisville Attorney Ripy of Lawreifcoburg was in the city Wednesday 2 Mss Lutie Ware left Monday for a visit to relatives at Paris Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr David P Davis and wife left Monday for New York City Mr P C Sower and wife have re turned from Martinsville Ind Mr Cecil Farmer returned Monday from a visit to Danville Col A D Martin and wife left Monday for a visit to Michigan Mr L Labrot and wife have gone to the Eastern cities on a visit Miss Mattie M McClure visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr Jno D Grillln and family ha- veTreturned from a trip to the west Mr C Steele Reading visted rela tives in Shelby county this week Miss Carrie Brock will visit friends in Catlettsburg next week Miss Ella Foote of Lexington is the guest of relatives in this city Mrs Egbert C Stephens is visiting her mother at Aberdeen Ohio Miss Henton Thomson visited friends in Shelby county this week Mr Jas E Henton of Woodford county was in the city on Monday Miss Genevieve Lindsey left Thursday morning for Atlantic City Mr Coy Wells and Mr Basil Ken fey left Thursday for Atlantic City Mr Nat Stone of Versailles at tendon county court here on Monday Mr Jno R Sowerand family left Tuesday for French Lick Springs Ind Miss Aubyn Chinn has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs L T Minish and daughter Eloise are visiting relatives at Gratz Rev J O A Vaught attended Kavanaugh Camp Mooting this week Misses Louise and Bertha Ume thou left Friday for a visit to St Louis Mo Mr Frank H Kavanaugh went to Covington on Saturday to visit rola livesMiss Coranel Crutcher has return ed from a visit to relatives in George town Miss Laura Craddock of Wash ington City visited relatives here this week I Misses Jett of Cynthiana are guests of their cousin Miss Emma ParneICol Thos A Hall has returned from a vlsu to his mothor in Nelson county Mrs J D Sallee and daughter Eva are visiting relatives in Henry county Miss Ruth Trumbo has returned from a visit to Nicholasvllle and Lex- Ington Miss Gladys Hearst of Millers burg visited Miss Hannah Kennedy on Friday Mr 1 B Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his family in Versailles Miss Mollie Berrynran is visiting her brother Mr Jno W Berryman in Versailles Mr Jno B Xoigler loft Thursday for his vacation to be spent at At lantic City Miss Mattie B Morris returned Thursday from a visit to her aunt in Luna Miss Mrs J F Harcourt and children have gone to Louisville on route to Atlantic City Mr Ben Utterback Sr of Louis vine was a visitor here this week his old hone Capt Thos C Jones later U S Consul to Funchal Maderia Islands is in tho city Mr Harry W Parront and Mr Joe Kornnn left Sunday for a trip Atlantic City Mr John Pllkingtoa has gone to Pittsburx Penn to visit his sister Mrs Crutchfieldt Mr Ralph it Wilson wife and children went to Falmouth Saturday to visit relatives Col H H Roberts of the Hoge Montgomery Shoe Co is at Macklnac Island Michigan Mr P W Corbott formerly of the Postal Telegraph Co hero was a f visitor on Sunday Mayor E E Humo and sop r fit i Ivi i irttf1 Edgar visited relatives in Spencer county this week Miss Ada Brown of Hillsboro Ills was the guest of Mrs H H Roberts this weep Miss Bess Goodwin left on Monday for a visit to friends in Georgetown Paris and Lexington Mr E L Samuel and wife have gone to Tryon X C to visit Mr W T Undsey and wife Afr Granville Cecil of Danville was the guest of DIIas Mary Swipert Hendrick this week Mrs Win Kerr and daughter Elizabeth of Kansas City Mo visited friends here this week Miss Ruth Hundley left Saturday for a visit to her cousin Mrs R M Bergman at Irvine Mr F T Major of Bellevue was the guest of his uncle Rev Father T S Major this week Maj Jas W Blackburn and wife of Washington City were guests of friends here this week Mss Esther Burnam of Rich mond who has been visiting friends here has returned home Miss Louise Schanland of Louis vine is the guest of Rev Jno H Dunlin at Forks Elkhorn Dr C K Wallace and wife re turned Monday night from a trip to Niagara Falls Detroit etc Mr M Busam end wife who have been visiting at Denver Colo return ed home Wednesday night Mr Walter Bullock of the K D C W H Co it spending his vacation at his old home at Vanceburg Mrs V1 Lewis and daughter Miss Bessie visited Mrs Clarence Wilson at Smithfield this week Mr W H Negus of Greenville who has been the guest of Gen D W uindsey has returned home Mrs Joe Gray Green of Louisville was the guest of her parents Col J F Davis and wife this week Dr C A Fish who has been at Chicago Beach Hotel in Chicago for some time has returned home Miss Margaret Kirk of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Julia W Johnson has returned home Mr Ben T Hughes and wife of Ohio who have heen visiting relatives here have gone to Atlantic City Mr E Haynes Taylor and wife of Atlanta Ga were guests of his sister Mrs S E James Thursday Hon L Frank Johnson visited his brother du law Mr J Andrew Cain in Versailles Saturday and Sunday Rev J M Rash of Winchester pastor of Bridgeport Christian Church is conducting a protracted meeting Mr Ed Kershaw wife and daugh ters Misses Clara and Edna are visiting relatives in Indianapolis Ind Mr Pat Bohannan one of our professional baseball pitchers was at home for a few hours on Tuesday Mrs A F Norwood and daughter Mrs Chapman of Louisville were guests of relatives here this week Mr Jas F Montgomery of the HogeMontgomery Sloe Co left Mon day for a business trip to Cincinnati Dr H S Keller who has been quite sick left Monday for Carlisle to visit his father Col Green R Keller Jllss Lily and Miss S Bush Sho watter who have been visiting rela tives in Illinois have returned home Cal Henry George superintendent of the Confederate Soldiers Home Pewee Valley was here on Wednes day Mr W L Coy wife and children of Kokomo Ind was the guest of Capt I T West and wife on Wednesday Mr Geo A Williams and Mr R Gudgell of Lawrenceburg were In the city Thursday and made us a pleasant call Mrs W P Williams of Irvine was called here on Friday night by the Illness of tier mother Mrs S C Bull Miss Kemper of Owen county who has been visiting Mrs L T Minish Todd street has returned home Miss Pauline Gaines of this county who has been visiting rein tires in New Castle has returned home Mrs Bottle Benton and daughter Miss Lena who have been visiting relatives at Georgetown have returned home Missoss Elizabeth and Lulle Utter hack of Lexington who have been visiting home relatives here have returned Mr Rodman Keenon and wife were called to Marion county on Fri day by the death of Mrs Koonons sister Mr J C Shlvely and wife of Louisville who were called the death of his father returned home Monday Mrs L P Thompson and tens Misses Margaret Ela and Mabje left Saturday tom Paris to be gone n month Mr C W Whltflold and Mr Bon ton Eubank of tho Prudential Life Insurance Co wore at High Bridge last week Prof R 11 Alien of Lexington Pure Food Export was this guest of Col E H Taylor Jr at Thistlaton this week tI ti M Misses Ethel Blackwoll and Lilian Sullivan of Imminence pace been guests ofjAJiss Corn Belie Konncv this weep Mrs Jennie C Morton who was culled to Missouri by the illness of hersistor Mrs Anna Hell Levis has returned home Miss Bessie Staten of Shelby county who has been the guest of her ulster Mrs Arthur Branch has returned home Mr D C Horton wife and son of Cuero Texas were gnetaof Mr T Lindsay South at Rxcelsior Insti tute this week Mr W O Davis of Versailles was In the city Wednesday in the interest of the Versailles and Frankfort Traction Co Mrs Ed Porter Thompson and grandson Elliott Orr who have been visiting relatives at Bowling Green have returned home Mr Y N Gatther and wife of Louisville who have been guests of her uncle Mr R K McClure re turned home Monday Mr Jos Wisheart who has been an employe of the Frankfort Shoe Co resigned and left Sunday for Ports mouth Ohio to reside Dirs W E Caldwell nee Sue Bush and daughter Miss Matilda of Louisville were guests of Mrs Buck ner McElroy this week Mrs H S Keller and son Dallas returned Friday from Atlantic City to be with her husband who has been ill at the Capital Hotel Mrs S W Tuley and grand daughter Francis of Washington City who have been guests of Mrs W Chinn have returned home Mir Lewis Crutcher our jolly baseballlst was at home for a few days leaving Monday for his place with the Kansas City club Mrs Mollie E Steadmnn of Alice Texas who has been the guest of Rev Jno H Burdin and wife at Forks Elkhorn has returned home Miss Mary and Margaret Page who have been visiting their nephew Mr Craik Jackson at Granville Ohio returned home Wednesday Col Geo H Watson of St Louis Mo president of the Geo T Stagg Co was in the city yesterday looking after the interests of his company Mr Melvin B Hiffner County Superintendent of Woodford county was in the city on business with State Superintendent H Fuqua on Thursday Mr Jno G Rogers wife and daughter who have been guests of Mrs M B Adams at her fathers home In Mason county have returned home Miss Marguerite McLean enter tained Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Elise Dandridge and her guests The house was beautifully decorated and the refreshments were delightful Mr W F Modes the superintend ent of the new glass works and his foreman Dir Holland arived in the city Saturday and at once set to work to make proper arrangements to com mence erecting the new factory Mrs A D Brown Mrs I L Wasson and Miss Carrie Peterson who have been attending the B Y P U Chatauqua at Owensboro are repre sentatives of the B Y P U of the First Baptist Church of this city turned home Sunday night Miss Lida Edelen entertained on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Emily Hughes of Covington Misses Stegger of Virginia and Miss Lilian Gregory of Paducah The handsome home was tastefully decorated and the refreshments were dainty and appetiz ing Among those present at the reunion of Mrs Mary E Dalton which was held Aug nth at her home near Farmdale were Mrs Mary E Dalton her children Mrs Leslie Gayle of Frankfort Mrs B F Robinson of Paris Ky Mrs F J Kerby of Richmond Ky Mrs W L Coy of Kokomo Ind Miss Myrtle and Grace Dalton of Farmdale and Mr Boyd Drlton Mr J J Kerby of Richmond Ky Mr W L Coy of Kokomo Ind Grand children Misses Clemontine Jessie and Louise Robinson Sarah Rebecca and Elizabeth Gayle Masters Dallas Jas per and Samuel Kerby Albert and Frank Gayle Dalton and William Clay and Russell Robinson Mrs Parkes of Richmond All of Mrs Dai tons family were present except Mrs Ward Ha don and family of Ports mouth Ohio James W Dalton of Connersville Ind and Garrett E Dal ton of Wyoming t delightful dinner was served and doubly enjoyed by the reunion of the family circle which had boon broken for the past seven years s wro MEANS MUCH 1r1 Itf A word of truth in n Iettwards Nearly nil other cough cures are constipating especially those eon taming opiates Kennedys Lax ative Hone and Tar moves tho bowels Contains no opiates Sold by J W Gayle m u DON r DRAG Dont drat along with a dull billions heavy feeling You need a pill Use DeWitts Little Early Risers tho famous little p111s Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold by J W Gayle SUMMERICLEARANCE SALE SATURDAY We commence utr Summer Clearance Hlof Organdies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens Mulls Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SILKS Nobby designs in Dress Silks 321c 37Ac 50c reduction from olV G5c and 75e surprisinglylow t WOOL DRESS GOODS White and Cream Wove Dress Goods in cluding Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37c 48c 50c and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses at half the priceiLACESLace Robes Berthas Laces and Embroideries at greatly reduced prices LINENS Our great Specialty is Linen We now have themLinen I rnblelLinens F T HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST mASS OF TRADE 1 There are persons in every community who buyInothing 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 anyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you needa new vehicle of any buyingYe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GoI IVERSIMrES KY H K WAIID President 1Z5 C M BKOWXIXG Sec and Treasi CINCINNATIAND F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 19 lSpecial train leaves Frankfort 700 a m Zoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park till open with new attractions ASV GENTS FOR PARTiCULARSf The Real Pure Food W I Is in a barrel of Pride of Madison Dont fail to ask you grocer for a sack Makes baking day a pleasurefWe carry the largest line of Salt Feed Oats and Corn handled by any firm in the city Give us your order j HEISE SONS f ST CLAIR STREET Both Phonos lilm J I Suitsc 15s5jCO Shirt Waist Suits 325 350 Solid Black Lawn Shirt Waist Suits 250 500 Fine Pleated Linen Skirts 300 RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH J Rev A B Chinn rector being absent MrChns OUnglJlanw111 conduct services at n m and 730 p in Sundayluly 29 980 a m Sundayschool n in Prayer and Sermon 780 p in Prayer and Sermon Wednesday afternoon prayer at in Mr Geo Smith the celebrated violin 1st will play a solo at tho morning ser viceEverybody invited to attend CHURCHRev M B D the pastor having re fBAPTIST his vacation will preach 8 p in at 045 in the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at p m chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 745 oclock in the Visitors chaptICHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R vacaIIThe Supper observed at 1080 n Sundnyschool at U80 n in In the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the ohapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 745 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited t i CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass ut 70 n m High Mass at a m Sundayschool p In Vespers nt 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH There will be no service at either hour Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 380 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Vislors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O Vaught the pastor will preach at 4am and 745 p in Sundayschool l45 n m 3 Epworth League at 045 in Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTERIANt atitSundayschool 015 n in Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday nt 730 oclock Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon rLATESl STYLES PAPER IN WALLJ l I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock O M BRIDGEFORD y Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf r Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for Ida eruptions ff Special MidSummer Offering of Various Merchandisep Enticing price reductions have been made on our attractive lines of goingaway specials Hnnd Bags Purges etc till the little things that go to tlihauco the comfort and pleasure of a trip Wo also offer n variety of merchandise inrlndin tiara le and fashionable Rain Coat and Umbrella Skirts Handkerchief Ribbons at prices sadly shrunken Of special interest ia our Cleanup Salo of Linen Suits sad other summer wearable Tho reductions on these are notable and similar values can not ho found Neednt wait for a hotter chance to snpply your wants in these directions it wont come A glance at tho following items proves our lowprice contentions Hand Bags Now Effects Peter Pan Bags 25c and SOc Special Value 500 Bags for 300 Special Value 200 Bags for 100 All New Goods a FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION PROGRAM The Franklin Baptist Association convenes at Bethel church on Tues day August 21 at 10 oclock a m will continue throughout this day an Wednesday Two thousand five dred people are expected to the services of these two days whit will open with an introductory serma- by villeThere Rev1 R Sampey D D of are sixteen Baptist in this Association all of which contribute to the crowd which will tend the important meeting set fo the last of the month Tents will b erected by ninny who will remain over two days Others particularly the delegates will be quartered with friends and relatives who live in the immediate neighborhood of the church ILunch baskets etc will be taken place a quietus upon the in nOl man during the term of the meet ling and an excellent time is expected from the advantages offered by the excellent speakers who will preach to the large gathering The Association is in the capacity of an advisory body of the churches in the county Dr U V Williams is moderator Prof E R Jones is clerk Rev M L Harris the missionary employed by the Association is doing very excellent work this summers Theres nothing so good for u sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclec trio Oil Cures it in u few hours Relieves any pain in tiny part DeWittsI Early Risers Tho famous little pills ARRESTED FOR PETIT LAR CENY Deputy Sheriff E L Wntkins arrested James Hackett on Wednesday charged wih entering the smokehouse of Mr Levi Waits and purloining two hams and some fruit On the same day Officer Davis Harrod arrested Wm Davis for borrowing a pair of shoes from his former boarding house on High street 1121NTFDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by sail or with a rig for a firm of il072Ipaid weekly and expenses ad stnmpJos1iulB- eare OASTORIAtheTheSignature of II GlosIand Hoset35c Whit Lace Hose 25c Jflc Childrens White Lace Hose lUc IGButton Gray Lisle Gloved 100 10Button White Silk Gloves LAWtN SNfNGS 1 500 1THESONS t 2hly 2 COMING BACK TO KENTUCKY Prof J B Cassiday who has been living at Farmington Mo for n couple of years has been selected as Principal of the Hardin Collegiate Institute at Elizabeth town and has brought his family to that place to reside Prof Cassidav is a popular gentleman and experienced teacher and we are glad to learn of his return to- Ken tricky THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable JnrolmatlnnI If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland anti California points nfewmost without extra cost including Ban II the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies n sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi tion City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount IJood or Mount Shasta tho Mor neon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead seat the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach nil by tho most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville fur his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky I OLD TAYLOR EiIIEnit KENTUCKY WHISKEY IE H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors t Frankfort Kentucky l- ct IrIWfwH 4t a ILittle Needfuls Mennenfl Talcum Powder Ific Hair Brush lUc Snt Collar Holders 2flc Fritzi Sennit Belt 25c and f0c All Linen Handkerchiefs Colored Umbrellas 150 11 oo TO MILWAUKEE AND KETURN MOXON ROUTE Account National Meeting Fra ternal Order of Fades the Rnutp will sell tluktes to Mil waukee thud return August lOW inclusive at 15 good r turnip to leave Milwaukee until Au gust Louisville Erin will leave Lou isville via Motion Route to Chi sago thence Goodrich Steamship Line to Milwaukee Sunday even jug August 12th from Union Sta tion St and Broadway Rate of 1255 applies by either lake or rail beyond Chicago For Baconi1Ky tdI lr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saceetsfal treatment for blood and skin diseases Oovvitr Little Early Risers The famous little pills tPrWeavers Syrup PoriflM tho blood t Cerate ointment for the itia Auction Sale SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1906 Beginning at 10 a m promptly at my Stable in Frankfort Ky A lot of nice road horses work horses a number ot 2yearold work mules Also willsell a lot of new buggies runabouts road carts spring wagons whips harness etc Also some secondhand vehicles Everybody is invited to outer their stock in these sales Terms 50c to enter tad if sold additional 2A per cent will be charged All stock will bo sold for cash or for a good 00day note See me and list your stock W F HEARNE JOHN EDGE BEICKMASOIT FEANKFOEJyKY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 128 33Cm J Rain Coats and Jackets You will 1111u Vrap for your vacation trip Xot tlJiI pricey 1500 Coats 1100 1850 Coats 1050 1000 Coat 800 t h Skirts r AtFullSpecial Values at a75o1opootrJ f o75O J R ROGERS IilJP ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE I have tor sale 20 1S of Italian Bws Apply on thf1premojises MISS WILLANXA STEDMAX l IForks of Elkhorn Ky 42tf Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in ellect July sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest IIIU A and 514 P M Daily IfOl Washington Baltimore Philadel Sew York knnI13lyr DAILY EXCURSIONS 1 TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats t I Port Huron 8 By the Magnificent SteamersrOf the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat 0grsn after arrival of morning trams Returning arrive Week r d Sundays oo Fare to Detroit jc unlimited round trip SII Excursion to Detroit and return Week Day Et Sundays sc To 1t Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Sioo meals aad berth extra Special Rates 10 Socitliu Close connections it Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information nearest Railroad Agent or write 8IElH4HTrHaWHBOtOfNlOJfJL r DtrnoiT roitoo iTIe Frankfort Roundalaout- i iiteroil at the imstmlici1 at Frankfort Ken s tucks assoiiiiulclass inailablo matter i GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUG II 1906 REPUBLICAN COUNTY COM MITTEE MEETS The Republican County Com mittee met on Monday last and after electing Calvin Greenup to fill the vacancy caused the deathof Mr Howard Stedman and Mr A B Hammond to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Wilder Dupuy pro ceded to select Messrs C C Furr A B Hammond Richard Morris A H McClure and M P Brown as the five names required by law from whom the Election Commis sioner for the county is to be se lected a UNAUTHORIZED AND ERRO NEOUS STATEMENT Our contemporary of the State Journal had announcement in its issue of Sunday last to the effect that the opening of the City Schools would be delayed by ron son of the addition being built to the present building until the last of September or October first The statement is incorrect and entirely erroneous The schools will open at the regular time the building will not interfere with it in any way We make this statement by au thority of the Board of Education 0 a TUESDAY MORNINGS FIRE A fire at 280 on Tuesday morn ing was discovered by Chiefof Fire Department George Conway in the barbershop of Mr Geo Lagel on St Clair street next i door to the office of Messrs D W J B Lindsey No alarm was given but the hose were quickly attached to the fir plug at the corner of Main and St Clair and the fire extin guishedPretty much everything in thej shop was ruined and we regret to learn that there was not a dollar ofinsuranceMr had only been the proprietor about two weeks hay Jng bought out Mr W G Maude villeThe loss is about f300 or 400 a COURT DAY SALES Owing to the early morning rains on Monday there was the largest crowd in town that has attended county court in six months There was a fair supply of stock on the market Some cows and calves and a lot of yearlings were sold at good prices Quite a num her of mules were sold at top prices Good horses were scarce and high Some plugs changed hands at fair prices A number of West ern horses were left unsold COTTAGE SOLD Mr J L Hieatt sold to Miss Louise Patti on Monday a cot tage on Wilkinson street Consideration private We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor dJ of giving new i especiallyi 400415 1earl Street and 100 all druggists t Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from any cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly maladv the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I have experienced with my heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite stipation palpitation of the heart of and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so seerel and became so weak thirtyriashours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering o the heart so severe that I have to e everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the infhrence Dr Cure Iam in better health than I have been in twelve fontIearth and Iam constantly recommending CANTRELLWaxahachie All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send frr free book en Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad CUTTING SCRAPE IN CRAW Two colored men by the name of Bob Irving nnd Landon Minter engaged in n game of craps in the WideAwake Saloon in Craw on Monday morning They later became involved in a difficulty in the course ofwhich Minter slashed Irving oii the neck and face inflicting a wound that re quired nineteen stitches to close Drs Hume and South attended to Irvings injuries Minter es cagedLUCKIEST 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 refunded At all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free SIGNAL EFTFORHE- NDERSON The Signal Corps Capt Harry Donaldson left Thursday after noon for the State Encampment of National Guards at Henderson They will be on duty all the time that the camp is maintained No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed There is always that possibility of a little too much wind that makes a cautious mUll 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 byJ W Gayle I Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin ernptloe SALE OP SHEPHERD PUPPIES Mr J P Hostetter who adver tised last week that he would sell some nineteen Shepherd puppies on county court day brought the little beauties to town that day and very quickly disposed of them Tho fine cows which he also offered were not brought to the city but can be seen at his farm at Farmdale They are firstclass and every one wishing goodcows would do well to sop them e ii r ISEllNrn Some week or so ago Col John C Hawkins of this city an nounced his candidacy for Repre sentative in the Legislature By some means we did not as we had intended craft attention to the fact We now make that mention and wish to say that the Colonel iaman of excellent ability and shrewdness and the man that bents him will know he has had a real race on his hands FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION TO MEET AT BETHEL The Executive Board of the Franklin Association met at the pastors study of the First Bap tis Church of this city on Mon theIthis county called the meeting of the Franklin Baptist Association to bo held in that church on Tues day August 21 and Wednesday August 22 This will be an oldtime Association and everybody is cordially invited to attend- BATTERY a LEFT FOR BAR BOURVILLE Battery A of this city Capt C W Longmire left on the 540 train on Thursday morning for Barbourville They took their machine guns with them They were a lively set and kept things humming all night Wed nesday night in the neighborhood of the armory A HEALING GOSPEL The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptiat 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 sorstrong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made new man of me Greatest rem edy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at all druggists Price 50c CAPT JIM WILLIAMS GREAT HORSE DEAD Rams Horn Capt J T Wil limns great race horse who won about 30000 this season died suddenly in the stables at Graves end on Wednesday Capt Williams had refused 20000 for the horse NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for all diseases of the Liver and Kid neys Stomach and Bowels- It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bow els cleanses the Kidneys purifies the Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 r 7f This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that euros n cold In ono day CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much hotter at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and droad of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to It warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottlo 25c regular size The At all drug gists yr 41 PleaS nLtoltake Laxative SyrupU NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he win tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines f LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches 4 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches t FRANK G STAGG P Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DR1SCOLL Qualirv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from n in to p in nt 0 and p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in nnd 10 cud 12 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a in to p in and nt 0 and p in Lenve Georgetown every hour from 0 n m to 8 pSn and nt p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 a m to p m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p in E T Phone G10 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Itf ti tt Ihr Cndys Condition rowicrs are just what a horso needs when in had condition Tonic blood purifier unj vermifuge They are not food t medicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Pricercents per package ij For sale by J W Gayle andILeCompte Gayl- eKILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew II FOR cONSUMPTION Price 60c100Free Trial and Quickest Cure for all ISurest and LUNG TEOUB MONEY BACK iii 5f J 4 i Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or BENSON NEWS Mr Harry Moore tailed on Miss Minnie Hulette Sunday afternoon Mr Leonard Moore of Frank fort called on Miss Edith Edge Chontoville Sunday last Miss Bessie Moore of Benson has gone to Frankfort to make her home with her sister Mrs Sue Mitchell Mr Harry Mitchell of Ever Green called on his best girl Saturday night last the pretty Miss Isa Moore of Bridgeport Mr Clarence Moore and Miss werecyour time with his new buggy v Ve are glad to say Mr Robt Quire is better of a recent illness Miss Blanche Moore the little daughter of Mr Ed Moore of Bridgeport spent last Sunday- with her grandparents Miss Carrie Moore of HnrrisI ville is visiting her sister Miss Isa Moore of Bridgeport Mr Dan Moore of Benson called on hie best girl Sunday last Miss Esther Hulette Miss Clara White and Miss Hallie Smith visited Miss Carrie Moore last Thursday Mr Walter Mitchell wife and little son of Frankfort visited friends Bridgeport Sunday last Mr Rob Blackety spent a few days last week with his daughter Mrs Ed Moore of Bridgeport We wonder what has become of Mr Thurman Moore He has not been seen on the Louisville pike since last spring Hope he will bloom out again in the spring Miss Carrie Moore of Harris yille had a very pleasant enter tainment given her by Mr Tour Webster on her birthday Au gust 3 There were 54presentS M FAIR CATALOG ISSUED Catalogs for the Big Bluegrass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of September 17 are issued this week All who do sire a copy can secure same by writing to Secretary Bain at Lox Weak Kidneys Brights Disease and Diabetes Use Dr Shoops Restorative to Cure the Cause If You Suffer From These Symptoms l Hero are the symptoms of Kidney complaints Crlno laden with sediment brick dust in urine highly colored urine greasy troth or blood In It stringy mucous In urine unusual sire to urlnuto pain in passing water pain In the back and over the kidneys hot dry and itching skin hall and brittle pain ful Joints legs feeljMieavy sleeplessness dullness loss chilly sensa tions loss of memo ory general deb- llitylrreaular hoartdlsorders of eyesight ktrouble with hearing waxy A skin fover shifting from one foot to tho other In standing An Improp f or treat ment is often worsothan none Most Kidney tnedU tines got their rcffect from medics called Those are practically kidney physics acting as cathartics act on tho bowels They excite tho kid H nets to unusual ao tlon they cause oven v strain These dlur etlo remedies oro them selves the frequent cause of serious kidney disease Dont try to doctor the kidneys themselves for you will only barm them Their only strength is nerve power Dr Snoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid vitalizes the nerves that operate the Kidneys Sold and recommended by ALL DEALERS J- IEEPIJ4G A GOOD CUATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers 1 IM A SELI3ERT ingon The catalog is very com plete It shows the division of the various classifications the directors in charge of the several departments and sets forth fully the mannerin which the 20000 of premium money will be divided Ample provisions are made fort every class of stock for farm products in which Kentuckians are interested for poultry and womens work The Floral Hall will be an elaborate feature of the Big Bluegrass Fair which alone with its many novel and instructive exhibits will make the fair well worthy of attendance a A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation weakens the whole system Doans Regulets 25 cents per box cor rect the liver tone the stomach cure constipation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Cincinnati 0 Aug SpecialThe Cafe Rialto now under construction in Machinery Hall one of the Fall Festival Ex position group of buildings will be the finest dining room in he West It will cost when com pleted thousands of dollars vet it is to be used only from AUgllst 28 to September 22 a period of four weeksAs one enters at the left there are on the walls the flags coats of arms colors seals and so on first of India then England and France On the right are respectively Ger many Italy Spain Directly in front as one enters are the colors of the United States its different flags shields coatofarms beauti fully arranged About the walls at given places there will he dozens of sixteen foot palms while lower will be BOO juniper trees all growing From the ceiling will be hung hundreds of Japanese lanterns all solid red some high up some low some in the middle distance The walls land columns will be studded with incandescent lights and brass brackets and chande liers will be numerous In the middle of the floor a monster fountain will send up ward a spray of water twenty feet high It resembles a big pile of rock over which is growing ferns watervines of various sorts small palms und water flowers In the big basin which surrounds the base of the fountain gold fish are to be placed and at night electric lights beneath the water and under tho spouting streams will produce wonderful effects The Cafe will be cooled by many large revolving electric fans which run absolutely with out noise The presence ofafountain in a room has been found by actual experiment to lower the temperature from 10 to 15 degrees alone und it is the inten tion of tho Festival authorities to make the Cafe Rialto quite the most comfortable platy to be found The service will bo absolutely faultless as the contract hits been drawn with such a clause inserted The prices will bo exceedingly reasonable yet anything that can bo hud in the best hotel in Now Yorkcan ho had at tho Rialto and prepared u ith just as much skill f FRANKFORT FIRMS GET TWO CONTRACTS In awarding the contracts for supplies for the Penitentiary the Prison Commission awarded contracts to two Frankfort firms For supplying coal the contract was awarded to the Hoge Coal and Feed Co The contract for supplying coffee was awarded to the Rupert Gro cery Co 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 BIG EXCURSION CROWD The excursion from this city to Cincinnation Sunday over the F tC CHud QtC C Railways was liberally patronized there being about 200 people who went out on it They returned at 120- a m of Monday morning tired but pleased with the trip eItch Itch Itch Scratch Scratch Scratch The more you scratch the worse you itch Try Doans Ointment It cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it caSW r R I A Bears l3ignature of STREET CAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning at 620 a in and every ten minutes thereafter till 930 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1030 On the cemetery line they leave same place nt 030 n m nud every thirty minutes till 1000 p in Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 650 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt 1400 TO MINNEAPOLIS AND RETURN MONQN 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 10th to 18th in AuIgusttended to September 80th Stopover of 10 days at Chicago of centsImorn- ing August 12 via Monon and Chicago it NorthwesternHoutoI Whitaker Post of its friends throughout the You are cordiaally invited to join thom Rotes 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 Ky td Ik reet1IF DO IT TODAY And to think that ten months ago I looked Uke this t owe it to German Syrup CJThe timeworn injunction Never put qff tit tomorrow what can do to day is now generally printed in thiS formII Do today That terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it ToDAYand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has bees in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will- untaoubtedly relieve your cough or cold- and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely JNo matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble qNew 250 regular size 7SC At all druggists a For sOle by J W Gnyle Atlantic City 1685 Round Trip Via F t C IN CONNECTION WITH BO S = W 4Augl6 Tickets good for 15 days Stopover granted on return trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Niagara Falls 980 Round Trip Via F C IN CONNECTION WITH Penua Lines 16th Erie R R 25th Final limit 12 days For detailed information apply to C W HAY General Passenger A- genttae HIGH BRIDGE AND REffTRlI VIA F C RY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Sunday August 12 Special Train leaves FrankI fort at 930 a Dancing Pavilion Excellent Music Dining Hull Meals both ju la Carte anti Table de Hote Swings and Shelter House For further information apply to C W HAYiGeneral Passenger Agent h r Otr Let thesSun do its Worst These are outing days and you should always be provided with a ofCuticilla a 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 way Hastens the removal of tIm and cure the bites and stings of insects It is the most effective lotion you can findno matter what price you pay 15 Cents Large Bottle 25c J11AYLEDruggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central r Seventh t River Louisville fi4J1 No lid Memphis N O Ltd 0101 Leaves 940 p m Arrives 745 a m New Orleans Special 0102 Leaves rJOl p m Arrives 535 p in No Local Mall No Leaves 720 a in Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and fron Elizabeth town HodgcullIe amI Uopkinsville except no Sunday service to ElIzabethtown and Ilodgen a vide Stops at all stations Xo Accommodation No Leaves 430 p m Ar ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodcenville except on SWI IS Stop at all stations All Trains Run Dailyy New Fast Train TO ColoradoUTAHAND I a j tThtm dully The evening trains to same points 1010 in daily Doubl daily service Throughslecpiug car service or SanFran x oisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address K TGMATTHEWS Tray Pass Aut Louh111e11H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass t Ticket Atft St Louis Mo L f f jj i+ T CRUTCHER SIMPSONS ONE HALF PRICE SALEOn Mens and Young Mens Two and Three Piece Suits I Every Mixed Suit in our House included and many of1Your Black and Blue Serges Our Suits rangein price from 10 to 35 this means a 10 Suit for 500 and a 35 Suit for 1750 All 500 Oxfords 3 50 All 350 Oxfords 250 All 250 Oxfords 185 All 150 Oxfords 120 1 All t- J j Ii MERCHANTIn this city on- t Thursday to Mr Sam Merchant and wifea son IlfGet n 5 cent box of Laxets at our store please We think they are great Just test these tooth some candylike Laxative Tablets for constipation sour stomachj biliousness bad breath muddy ti complexion etc Risk 5 cents roVE RESIGNS Hon Richard S Rose When u woman suffers from depressing weaknesses she then t keenly realizes how helpless how thoroughly worthless she is Dr Shoop has brought relief to thousands of such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two direct specific waysa local treatment known by drug gists everywhere as Dr Snoops Night Cure and a or internal prescription called Dr Shoops Restorative Dr Shoops Night Cure is applied locally and at night It works while you sleep It reduces inflammation it stops discharges it heals it soothes it comforts it cures Dr Shoops tablet or liquid form is a constitu tional nerve tissue tonic It- hrins renewed strength lasting ambition and vigor to weak life less women These two remedies singly or used together have an irresistible positive helpful power Try them a month and see Sold by all dealers KILLED BY LIGHTNING iDuring the storm of Tuesday j last Mrs Mary E Dalton who lives on the George Blakemoro f I place near Alton had three fine cows struck and killed by the lightning This is a heavy loss to Mrs Dalton as she derived cows hIe revenue from these yslif h H JlA1 Cs sr hl 1rN Sguture Off on all Knee Pants Suits Every Suit in our House included in this Sale Ofl on our Odd Pants OneHalf Price on every Hat in our IIouse Knox and Stetsons ex cepted Choice of any 200 Colored Shirt in our House 125 Choice of any1i0 Colored Shirt 115 Every Belt in our House OneHalf Price 50Cent Mens Sox pairs for 100 25 and 35cent lens Fancy Sox 3 pairs for 50 cents Our S 100 Lisle Thread Underwear 75 cents per garment Our 50Cent Underwear Y5 cents per Suit Our 50Cent Neckwear 25 cents Fancyand White Vests in Wash Goods and Woolens OneHalf Price LowCut Shoes Slippers This includes all the Low Cut Shoes and Slippers in our House for Men Boys and for Women Misses on i COOK SHOOTS AT BURGLAR The cook at Mr Frank Chinns residence on Shelby street on Tuesday night list saw a man skulking around in the yard at the residence and woman as bhe was secured a pistol and took four shots at the fellow who did not let any grass grow under his feet in hitting away Search was made for the fellow but without avail rTo feel strong have good appe tite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for week ending August 7 Anderson tIlES Ire Beahvood Capt Frank S Clnrk E B Hinter Saler Huff Miss Edith Johnson Mrs Mary Lucas John- McGnrvin Bettie Mallory Miss Kline Mustin Miss Alice 2 Moore W T Parker John Patton James F Penn John C Pierce Earnest Stork Mrs Denora Southerland Miss Anna Vocal C E Waddy J Warner W C Wright Willie When calling for the above letters please say L BARNES P For dry cracked lips or rough skin use Dr Shoops Green Salve It snakes lips and skin like velvet Sold by all dealer MULE LOST On Tuesday night July 80 from A F Mitchells stable in Frankfort a bay mare mule 1G4 hands high white speck in right eye Return and receive reward A F Aug 4tf Bean of 3 W M iIIJi wt TRACEY In Ills on Friday Mr Andrew Dock Tracey aged about 52 years Mr Tracey was a brother of Mr Joe Tracey of Pea Ridge and was raised there He was an honest and upright man He leaves a wife and six children three girls und three large circle of friends hero to mourn his untimely death his home in this city on Monday afternoon Mr John aged about 70 years after a long illness Mr was a German by birth and came to this city when a young man He married here At one time he was in good financial condition but reverses had come and left him in straight ened He leaves a wife and six sons and three to mourn his death three children having pre ceded him to the other shore He was a member of the Oath olic Church and the funeral services were conducted from the Churchof the Good on Thursday by Rev Father T S Major after which the remains were a id away in the Catholic Cemetery s CARD OF THANKS The Ladies and Aid Buck Run Church wish to extend their thanks to the many friends who assisted at their supper August 1 MRS S MRS BELL Secretary and Treasurer Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises manias sore throat lameness Dr Thomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy i iiW i4 300 225 1AllNo Goods sent Approval for Cash only No Money Refunded Alterations Charged fort CRUTCHER SIMPSONIT MAIN S REETIjBIRTHS druggiststREPRESENTS representative resignedi constitutional Restorative IIconsldem OneThird OneThird and SUPPOSED GeorgeHill adveertisedGEO positively MITCHELL CASTOBXA yf7K DEATHS Springfield boysbesides- a SCHWEIBOLDAt Schweibold Schweibold circumstances childrenthree daughters Shepherd Missionary Societyof BURDINPresident grandmas Dyspepsia 11 Cure I Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure Fnytred at bortoryol8ODWItt 0 USA Dfaexia What You Eat UaJra the Bath Sw99t Aa a fleas Ask for Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar IFor sale by W Gayle CASTORIAFor The Kind Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturtlof Z10 TO MACKINAC AND RE TURN ONLY ANNUAL EXCURSION TO POINTS IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN VIA MONON ROUTE AND STEAMER MANITOU The delightful Michigan outing gvien once a year by tho Monon Route in connection with the palatial steamship Manitou to Mackinac Potoskey Bay View Wequetonsing and Charlevoix will occur this year leaving Louisville Tuesday August 21 by either morning or evening train Tickets will be sold at 1000 for the round trip and will bear final re turn fifteen days Berth on steamer from 1 to 2 accord ing to location and meals a la carteThe party is limited but best accommodations on Manitou have been assigned for it Charts now ready Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky td i r 4C All 400 Oxfords All 300 Oxfords DollartottUaiUil times at much ai tb trill or cent dUoI the 1906 J You limit of SPECIAL REDUCED HATES VIA HENDERSON ROUTE Denver Colorado TO Springsi I Pueblo Col San FranciscotLos Angeles and San Dieg- oHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906tColonist Rates to California Points ANDfGreat Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ask Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER j Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General AgentLOUISVILLE Ky l ATTENTION BUILDERS NOW IS BMRN BUILDINC TIME 1 7 v I c c i slain Sb 4t 1A m1rw- l CROP REPORT 4J of I + Hubert Vreelund has issued his regular report of crop over the State The report snys The month ot July was gen erally with nn excess of rain in some localities There wns never 1 better prospect for a of corn at this season of the year than now The average is a full one and condition all about all threshed and in good condition The yield is about up to an average and the quality good The oats crop is short and the yield only of an for a crop of burley tobacco is below the average und its condition is not up to the standard on account of too much raiii find work at the proper time The for dark is quite below the average condition SS The dark crop is later than usual till in growth Meadows pastures and clover are in fair condition Hogs are scarce in many beau ties The apple crop is a light one and there is some of falling oil before they mature report on the various crop I times women call on their family or disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain here and there and in this they all present alike to themselves and their easygoing and Indifferent or overbusy doctor sup arate and distinct diseases for which ho assuming them to bo such prescribes his I pills and potions In reality they are all only symptoms caused by some disease The physician Ignorant cause of suffering encourages tice until largo bills are made Tho suf- i Bering patient gets no better but probably vorite Prescription directed to tlic cause would have entirely removed the disease I therohy dispelling all those distressing symptoms tact Instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery It has been N well said that a disease known is half is perfectly harmless in its effects In mllJI oratlng tonic II vorite Prescription imparts strength to the whole system and to tho organs dls tated teachers I seamstresses shop girls nursing mothers Illu erally Dr Pierces Is tho greatest earthly equaled as an appetizing storatlve tonic As a soothing and nerv Prescription is unequaled in sub doing nervous excitability irritability nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea St Vituss dance and other distressing nerv ous commonl attendant relieves mental anxiety and Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigorate 4 tho stomach liver and bowels to three a doso Easy to take as candy llk t 1ft We a Full Line of I V Crimp I One Two Ply Floroid Three Felt Slaters Felt and Paper Lime Cement Salt 113073097vIninSt R C f30i300MONTHLY Commissioner Agriculture monthly conditions seasonable fullcrop expectedThe generally threefourths prospects insnflicient prospects reported irregular reported goodfconsiderable complaint goodtcondi- tions Treating Wrong Disease imaginejf uterlnoI comp1IcatIQpJA curldIsystemtsystemAs overworkedhon5eIHIIllrlI PrescriptionI strengthening Irineavtlrltl despondency Dont Neglect Roof BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST carry Steel Roofing and Roofing Ply Roofing Building JSJI2 averageThe thol Your Corn Prospect for average crop 10 years 100- Condition of crop August II100 WheatIPer cent of yield compared with average of ten years 05 Quality of berry 90jOats Per cent of yield compared with average crop 10 years 75 Burley Percent of yield compared with average crop 10 years S9 Rye Per cent of yield compared with average crop 10 years 84 hProspectyears 82- Condition of crop August 1 94 Tobacco BurleyProspect for average crop 10 years 87 Burley Condition of crop August 1 87 DarkProspect for average crop 10 years 83- DurkConditlOn of crop August 1 SS Grasses Meadows Yield of hay compared with average crop ten years 82sofcrop August 1 3cClover Condition of crop August 1 S- 3CloverYield of hay compared with average of ton years SO Clover Prospect for full cropIofseed 70- AlfalfaCondition of crop Au gust 1 85 Stock Peas Prospect for average crop 10 years 92- Condition of crop August 1 iiLive Stock Horses and Mules General condition August 1 05 Cattle General condition August 1 97- Sheep including Lambs Gen oral condition August 1 90 HogsGeneralcondition Au gut 1 93- Young Mules Number comIpared with average ten years S9 Sorghum Prospect for average crop 10 years SU- olillot Prospect for average S5I for average August 1 95 a- NEW ORGAN FOR CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Christian Church of this city lis now having Installed one of the handsomest and sweetest totted pipe organs over put up in this section The instrument is being put in the niche on the right of the pulpit as you chlllchI finest of quality andforntuncutcdIn addition to the usual attachments to such Instruments there will be a water motor to pump the hellowsas used in tho organ Tho water pipe has been put down and all arrange ments made When Pastor Hudson returns the organ will be dedicated i IN SUMMER Why does the sun burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time Answer We dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look the name of E C DeWitt fc Co on the box to get the genuine Should be kept handy Sold byI J W Gayle GOOD FARM FOR SALE j i I wish to sell my farm of 102 acres of fine land located on Main Elkhorn next to Mrs P 1 Raileys farm Good improvements barn etc Two tenant ouses For further particulars MRS T J rOODIFrankfurt KyIAug 1111- 1LEFT ARM BROKEN Mr John Cleveland of the Forks of Elkhorn who has been at work on the street car lines in Lexington was attempting to board a North Broadway car in that city on Saturday night at the corner of Main and Broadway where there are a number f switches and new curves being put in on tho street car tracks when his heel caught on the track which was several inches above the street and tho filling had been taken out leaving the track some eight or nine inches above the base and fell to the street In endeavoring to suva his face from being cut by the rails he threw his left arm out and fell on breaking tho bones above the wrist and below the elbow Sur gical attention was rendered and Mr Cleveland cause home Sunday STOPPED RUNAWAY Our jolly friend tend brother Mr W H K hid was the hero of runaway on Friday A horse attached to a buggy became frightened and dashed over the St Clair street bridge to the peril of ladies and children Mr Kidd sprang in front of thu horse timid caught the bridle at the riskof his life stopping till runaway It was a brave act skillfully exe euted UAILKOAD TIMK TABLE 14E N Louisville Accommodation leaves 540 n in Louisville Accommodation returns U15 II in Train West 035 H m Train West 15o p ui Train East 049 n in Trout East 120 p in IC O Westbound 1100 a in IIIIKastbouud 7 41 p in F C Leaves for Purls 020 n in lieturus 1825 a in Leaves for Paris 20011 in- Keturns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Agent BIG PARADE AT LEXINGTON Arrangements have been to open the Big BluegrassmudeI at Lexington on September rhejfir3tcity will close at 1 oclock At that hour the bigparade will form and after marching through the principal business streets will go to the Fair Grounds In the parade will he troops of the State Guard various lodges of the different towns of Central Ken tucky and other bodies whichwill add to its interest and spectacular effect There will also bi floats by every important busij house of Lexington and prominent business firms of the j = nu gTOmA AVegetablePrcparationfoF Assimilating ting IhnStdinfldjs find Bowels of PromotesTliufestionCheeiful ness ns ptumrlorphine nor Uneral NOT NARCOTIC 0l1lr fnmnflJRtJu14 tionSourStomachDiarrhocaWorms ncss midLoss OF SLEEP TacSinule Signature of NEW YOHK surrounding towns will be invited to likewise have representation t4thewhich will no doubt attract most j attention will IIP tin Queen of k the Bluegrass attended by her knights young Kentucky horse i men mounted on handsome steels The identity of the lady who will officiate in this will be unknown even to erinthmd-unts until the Fair are reached where with elaborate ceremonies in front of the grand 4 stood she will he unveiled 1 There will IIP six or eight bands in the parade haded by hopes tIIThisout the fair It has attained u x splendid reputation as one of the j tAU1l1LllIJ iv CASTORIAj Infants The Kind You Have 3I Always Nought a Bears the Signatureof TheSIf f Kind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA THE CNTAUR COMPANY HEW YORK CITY The Plasterers say our Invincible Plaster is the Best Wall Plaster on the market They ought to know they are using 40 tons a month We are unloading another car louts now Ve sell all kinds of Lumber and Building Material Hammond Co r v l 1 LilANC y 1 r Jl f1U iUlTn 3 1Irtf1 su If lThe event waited for by many hundreds of people in Frankfort and Franklin County twice a year You know theMcClure ideaa radical clearance each season of the goods b ught that season nothing carried over and prices 4 made so low as to compel a hurried cleaning up of all summer goods Merchandise of a standard found nowhere in thanGearlyin1500 CLOTHING 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 fancy suits For 750 you can have choice of any fancy suit in our store worth 1S 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 r1 worsteds and soft finished mixtures All sizes 33 to 46 stout has made McClure Clothes reputation t Onefourth Off on Boys Knee Pan s Suits 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 for wear to school in early fall 800 Knee Pants Suits 600 500 Knee Pants Suits 375 300 Knee Pants Suits 225 One Off Every in stock 600 375 MENS FURNISHING GOODS We plunged on mens furnishing goods this spring Frankfort saw such an assortment of shirts socks underwear Now you theJbenefit at prices 2 SHIRTS 140 150 MANHATTAN SHIRTS 120 Choice of any colored Manhattan or Griffon Brand 200 shirt All colored shirts worth reduced to 120 Whites not in 140 Plain bosoms cuffs attached and detached offer reserved except plain whites You know Manhattan Shirts are and iathis chance comes only once a year FANCY SOX TWO4 All 50c fancy socks at 35c three pairs for one dollar All 25c and 35c fancy sox at 20c three pair for 50c r- TIES HALF PRIG I r Choice of any 50c tie in stock except plain blaci s and whites for 25c t STRAW HATS HALF PRICE Choice of any straw hat in stockPanamas includedat half price of are in all of here of are at of our all of are most of in V of our in of odd pants in 450 500 400 300 never ties and get 150 and this that IN About 75 of line we shown half price belt at half its I j 50c and jeans elastic seam drawers at 40c 100 a suit fancy at 80c a suit 200 a suit white lisle thread at 160 a suit S5 and S6 Mens Oxfords 375 About 6 dozen Boydens oxfords this lot every pair this seasons styles practically them patent and gun metal leathers S3 50 Mens Oxfords 250 Nearly 200 pair including Recent oxfords Most these vici kid yourrllIens 350 and S3 Shoes 215 Odds and ends regular lines at these two prices nearly these welted soles and them vici kid blucher style OXFORDS The great volume business womens low shoes makes it thist i 760 fourth on Mens Pants pair thisoffer Pants Pants Pants clearance MANHATTAN now for included pleated No patterns what LOTS FANCY VESTS HALF PRICEIveststhe remainder the handsomest have at BELTS HALF PRICE Any original pricefilUNDERWEAR nainsook underwear underwear SHOES WOMENS necessary included LairdSchober Oxfords 324 Every pair of this noted make of oxfords included in this offer at 324 Dull and patent leathers in ribbon ties pumps and blucher oxfords 54 and 350 Oxfords 249 Every pair of oxfords at these two prices is included here There are pumps lace oxfords and blucher ribbon ties welt and turn soles in patent and dull leathersa variety here in this clearance sale which many a store would be proud of at the beginning of the season 300 Oxfords 224 250 Oxfords 198 200 Oxfords 164 150 Oxfords 124 tOnly Queen Quality oxfords are reserved from this offering Included are some patent kid oxfords some vici kid bluchor and lace oxfords and some stylesI of slippers which are too numerous to describe I Our usual rules for sales All sales are for cash only no goods sold at these prices will be taken back or exchanged and alterations in clothing are charged for extra R K cClure Son212214 ST GLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY l i Wr j L1 c I i o1ifl Moni v rau i L t f L 1t v t iiaI 14f j cJT