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THE FRANKFORT RoUNDABoUT j GEO A LEWIS Pl1blishel A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED T0 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Teaais 1MO In Advance- OLr XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 18 190E No 5o Remember Ferd Jacobs Reduction Sale continues until Aug 25 DONT FAIL TO CALL AND SEE HIS BARGAINS CAMP OF THE CHIPPEWAS l r Cor dOrveilles Aug LakeIDear Roundabout This seems an off year in tho 1t annual outings of the Chippewns Fish are scarce so scarce that Dr Elliott has tacked a notice on a r birch bark tree warning all bass of two pounds or more not to trespass on the tender feelings of the i fryingCannon has caught two four pounders and they are the biggest and best plentifulTheyr and bite and sing They sit on 1 the logs around camp on the i stumps and in the tree tops and serenade the bovs in tones that excell 400 telephone wires on a windy night And they bite bite pantsrgrey his bill in a pineapple cheese 1fand flew away with it Every morning the boys look like they have been fighting bum earsievery fellow guying the other as frayjdid not get to wet a line His c1 rheumatic knee got worse instead of better and amidst general ex iJreSSiOlls of sympathy he left camp the first week for Martins I vine Ind for treatment Frank Stagg Geo Baker and perhaps one or two others will leave in a day or two for home The camp has been flooded with visitors Ladies in white and blue and pinksome with hats and some withoutsomein boots and some in slippers have hon ored the Chippewas with their presence and with appetites ready made Payne has had t- orUt on a new necktie and a clean Njkled shirt every day Morris understands how to please the ladies also and with the two Browns Cannon and Scott to do ro the honors as aiddecamp they woodland nymphs always linger till the sun goes down The thrilling episode of a single lay alone offsets the poor luck that has attended the fishing r That was when George Payne caught a string ot twentytwo o bass weighing from three to four c t pounds each and one six poun- dmuscalongeall witha No 8 + spool thread line I enclose a photo of the catch which plense itshow to Jimmy Gibbons Cannon aid the twin Indian t pappooses have parted company t On a fonher trip he was greatly offtduclslleupeddeer danced Indian dances and talked Chippewa gibberish like red squirrelsso he adopted them as i pets and brought them candy red stockings and bandanna hand kerchiefs But the other day they drove up to Franks wigwam in their dog cart and called him out riley clearly had a message fort rim So BillybeDani the in torpretor was called and through him the pappooses invited Cannon to come and oat heap soup with ucquaintVif asked the interpreter what kindof soup it was Him heap good soup he replied plenty naus f gosh red squirrel lots speckled l frog chipmunk nice fat puppy J dog mink fish oberyting ebery a ting i Cannons face got red and the air got hot as the boys crowded around and urged him to go after IJ withICannon as he kicked the pony in the ribs and started him on a run through the brush The pappooses dont come to camp any more It has been raining five days out of seven in the week and drizzling the other two The mosquitoes have gotten so fat on Kentucky side meat and tenderloin that they roost on the trees near camp at night like droves of turkey buzzards Mason Brown is so far the big warrior of the camp having cap muscalongeDick leave on Monday for a three days trip to Chef Lake five miles from the Indian Reserve in search of speckled trout The lake abounds in the radiant beauties whose rainbow colors are brilliant in the sun as they leap from the water to seize the tempting lures Their outfit consists of two Indian guides two boats a couple tents tackl and provisions Frank Cannon says Masgn Brown and Mason Barret have both fallen nymphfromClub House No2 that both are daily writing leer charming little perfumed notes signed M B and that in perplexity at the signature she cant tell tother from whichand so has fallen in love with Jim Stone Stone reads all the notes and dictates the replies- It is awful hot up here Paynes chewing gum and chocolates that he brought for the girls have melted into te Cannons gum boots have become unsoldered Sardines peaches and mince pie meat are cooked in the cans and the cook toIsunMason Brown being a tender foot has been allotted the task of gettingIIin their hind legs and then too it is five miles to the nearest dry wood beach which gives him plenty of exercise Wiseman the occulist pulled an oar blade from Cannons left eye on Sunday last The lake was rough and Mason Brown inad vertently stuck the blade into Cannons eye instead of the waterThe cook complains of the eat hisIa son 3 pounds of ham 20 slices of breakfast bacon a fnw small fish cheese pickles sardines a big othprIOwing to the extra labor four Indians wore assigned as helpers to the cook Will tell you about Grind Stone Lake in my next OHIPPEWA FOR TRAVELERS And thoso who find it not con voni ont to use rather Williams Indian Tea will reouivo tho snmo excel lent results from using Father ViI Hums Indian Hurb Tablets They are made from the salute pure Herbs and are a mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Consltpntion Sick Hondnoho Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach BilliousnosH and Malaria they will be found invaluable They are positively tho best Liver Regulator 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 35 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 3 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat i j l i I i STAMPING GROUND IDr William Mason late of Owen county has located in our professionMrs Johnson and herson Mr Smith Johnson are guests of her son Mr T L Johnson in Frank lin county Rev G W Hill is conducting a series of meetings at Bedford Trimble county The pulpit of the Baptist Church be filled next Sunday by Rev T J Stevenson of Georgetown BornTo Mr T Stone and wife August 7thn son Great interest is felt here in the result of the local option election to be held on Saturday The prayingsaloon cause A Sundayschool picnic for the White Sulphur and Great Cross ings Districts was held on the beautiful lawn of Mr N T Arm strong the well known June Ward place Rev G W Hill delivered a stirring address It was practically turned into a tem perance rally andstirring speeches were made in favor of local option by several speakers SundayschoolConvention tian Church in this place on Friday There were fully 500 peo ple present Stirring and appropriate ad dresses were delivered by Prof E R Jones of Switzer Rev C C Green Dr C L Ford Rev J M Fuqua Rev S C Mitchell and others Great good was no doubt accomplishedThe people ofour town were profuse in their hospitalityUNO A WAY OPEN Many a Frankfort Reader Knows it WellIThere is a way open to convince the greatest skeptic Scores of Frankfort people have made it possible The public statement of their experience is proof the like of which has never been produced before in Frankfort Read this case of it given by a citizen Mrs Anna lI Kavanaugh widow residing at 501 Main street corner of Todd says I received no permanent benefit from all the different medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief of the intense suffering I endured across the small of my back seemingly cen tered in my kidneys I became in fact about tired and discour aged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so bad from congestion of tho kid neys that my doctors gave me up however I got better and continued to sutler with dreadful 1111n0yingthe kidneys I read tho splendid testimonials about loans Kidney Pills in our papers and this in duced me to make one more effort My grandson procured a bole for mo at J W Gales drug stun and to my most pleasant surprise they gave me immediate relief and by continuing the treatment I found myself remarkably im provedFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co ngtmtsforRemember the name Deans and take no other ot IIEarly Risers The famous little pills V- h hS CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Cincinnati 0 August lRISpecial In two more weeks FesItialthe 7fwo hundred and fifty strong Blue Moon forces arrived early in the week to continue rehearsals in Music- Hall the biggest theatre in tho FlamesIis at a cost of about 20000 hun dreds of exhibits are being in biggerthanbe inspectionThe the time the gates are opened on August 28 more than a half million dollars The business houses are already beginning to decorate Big cash prizes have been offered by the Festival directors for the best decorated building and the entire city is undergoing a com plete house cleaning anticipating the coming of a half million guests Flags banners and pen playinggala attire to greet the first visit ors at the Fair The War of the Balloons will be one of the most spectacular events of any arranged for the Festival It takesplace on the opening day As many as 20000 fourteenfoot balloons will be dis tributed among the thirty coun cilmen of the city they agreeing to distribute these among the various ward residents About hugedynnuutedifferent points in tho city will be hurled high in the air making a noise loud enough to be heard for miles around This will be the signal for the release of the flaming balloons In five min utes from the time of the explo sion of the bombs the voyagers of the air will be crashing into each ether like huge warriors battling for life Some will be destroyed some will burn while others will drift for miles into the country To each balloon there will he attached a ticket of ad mission to the grounds of the Fall Festival This feature together with the musical spectacle The Blue fightingdemonstrntion Flames are regarded as three of the most costly and most beauti ful ever seen in this part of the country AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD There is nothing so pleasant as ntpluceIwork and good results The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better tellow a bet ter workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is disabilityhowuer r of tho stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your dis position Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both ur brain and body will respond Little indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much hotter man you are Pry a littlo Kodol for dyspepsia after your meals Sold by J W Gayle genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one des r SPECIAL t BULLETINjCKAINBRO BARGAINS la k 11Balgainsstore every time the cash bellrings If you would watch our doors you could t see the customers corning out constantly with that big smile of satis faction on their facesfThey came for the Bar Igains that were advertised smiled because they got them f Study this Bulletin and see the Bargains they are getting 25c Ladies White Lace Hose 19c per pair 50c Ladies Black White Lace Hose 89c per pairJWoolen Dress 1Goods 25c per yard One lot 25c Worsted Dress Goods 12c per yard Jf1This lot consists of S pieces in plain and fancy goodstOne lot Ladies Handker ichiefs 8c each lOc Ladies Handkerchiefsl5c pair p 25c Turnover Collar 19c t- One lot lOc Hat Pins 5e each- Bobinet i Door Panes beau tiful designs 23u each One lot 5c Fancy Ribbons r2Ac per yard 500 Walking Skirts 875 10 Walking Skirts 750 t 500 Shirt Waists 3- 75CIKAGIN BROf41 St Clair St at Bridge Ii t RAILROAD TIME TABLE L C AccommodationLouisville leaves 540 n IMS Louisville Accommodation returns p in Train West 085 u m Train West 860 p m Train Just 040 n m Train East 420 p C O Westbound 009 it Westbouiul O14 p m Eastbound 1o16n in Eastbound 741 p m F C Leaves for Paris 0 20 a in Returns 1825 m Leaves fur Paris 300 p tn Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Agent i PERSONALDtr Innttc City Prof J H Fuqun left Sunday for Hussellvilk le Mr Allen Bond of Lawrencuburg was hero jntimlnv Mr Ino P Selbert left Thursday for New York City Mr Frank G StngR has returned from n trip to the lakesIMr Hufisell Dridgeford of Cincinnati spent Sunday here Miss Carrie Hrock is visiting friends at Huntington W Va Mrs Chas E Vreelnnd is visiting rel atives at Bloomfield f ThursdayfrontMrs W Arthur Howard has returned from Martinsville Ind Mr Jas J Fitzgerald of Louisville was in the city Sunday Mr Jos W Lindsey of Louisville was n visitor here this weekIMr Jno B Dryden Jr visited friends in Versailles on Sunday Mrs Thos A Hall returned Friday from Olympian Springs Mr Chas Keller has returned from a visit to the Lake region Hon Lewis Mcquown and wife left Thursday for Xl i Judge 1 H Polsgrove left Saturday morning for Milwaukee Wis Mr Albert H McClure made a business trip to Philadelphia this week Miss May Donaldson has returned from n visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Wm H Hope and children are visiting relatives at Winchester Mr Jno W Milam and wife returned Wednesday from a vacation trip Miss Florrie Rodman is the guest of Miss Juliett Alves in Henderson Mr H H Jilisou wife and children have gone to Atlantic City N J Mrs J Paul Swain visited Mrs J R Savage in Winchester this week Mrs K K McClure and daughter Miss Harriett visited Torrent this week Miss Mary Worthington of Versailles is the guest of Miss Frances Saffelh Mrs Geo W Chinn has returned from a visit to Niagara Falls and Canada Mr Clarence Gayle wife and children left Tuesday for a trip of recreation Mr Emil Hakll sr of Stanford was the guest of relatives here this week Rev M B Adams D D attended the Shelby Baptist Association on Monday Mr J B Lewis visited his wife in Versailles Sunday afternoon and evening Mrs John Show of Millville is very ill much to the regret of her many friends Mrs Alma Barrett and daughter Miss Florence left Wednesday for Cincinnati Franklyn Loyd Reock Is spending his vacation with relatives at North Bend O Mr W P Bnllock and daughter Miss NaysrRev K A Pennick and wife of Tus caloosij Ala visited relatives here this Josie Hughes of Woodlake was the guest of Dr J W Hill and wife this wpek LnwrenclImrg T D Sallee and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Henry Clarence Baker who has been in Lexington for several months has return ed home Mrs Guy Wolford of Atlanta Ga is the guest of her father Mr John W Tremere Misses Marina and Helen Graham of Chattanooga Tenn are guests oT relatives here I1udgeWin Lindsay and wife and Mrs S L Holmes cume home from New York Holden who has been visit ing friends in Mason county returned homo Friday ntMnrtlnsJ11ereturned home Miss Mayme Brldgeford of Cincinnati who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Rev Geo W Young D D of Louis BAdtllllsMrs Larue Coleman visited her father t inlaw Rev T H Coleman in Dan ville this week Mrs Blanche Kendall Green of Louis ville is the of her mother Mrs Cordelia Kendall rRev J X Prestridge D D of Louis ville was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams this week Mr Olio Bryant of Cincinnati was the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr E J Roberts Sunday Hon Jap A ViohU returned Friday night front Miirtinsvilli I ml much Im proved in health duughtislUsseMont Eagle Penn Mrs Jennie T Qardwell has returned from r visit to her sister Mrs L Wat son in Lexington Mrs Sallie Crockett of Danville was Vanai Mayor Clarence E Woods of Richmond I was here Wednesday between trains en Irouteto Louisville fromtr had luckno fun Miss Jo Murphy of the Postofllce who has been away on her vacation returned morningI of Covington was the guest of her mother Mrs Amanda Hundley this week i Editor W P Walton of the State Ii n tt j t1t ifJj1oJJ ij jr J L Journal who has been nt Atlantic City returned on Tuesday Misses Ella and Alice Sharrard of Lexington are the guest of Mrs Ben G Williams Murray street Mrs LixiH Croaker and son of Teller sonville who have been visiting relatives here have returned home Miss A by n Chinn who has been the guest of Miss Ann Crenshaw in Ver sailles has returned home Mr George Smith the noted violinist who has been visiting relatives here left Tuesday night for England Mr Sum Blllclllhfnllll wife and Mrs Louisa Jet to make their home at Minneapolis lInn Mrs Fred F Kellner and son who have bern visiting her sister Mrs W L Weitel have returned home Capt Sinn Leavy and Mr W W Long moor attended the reunion of Morgans iiien at Parks Hill this week Rev Dr M B Adnms wife and chil dren who have been away on their vacation returned home Saturday Misses Annie and Katie Hoge of Rich mond Va who have been guests of Miss Tlzzle Hoge have returned home Mr Archie Campbell wife and dnugh ters of Louisville were guests of Mr J H Williamson and wife this week Mrs Homer Wilson and children of Washington City were guests of Mr J II Williamson and wife this week Mrs l1 K Yonts and children of Lou isville are guests of her father Judge T H Paynter anti wife Shelby street CrippleCreekward Fenuell Second street this week Mr Thos G Chapman and wife who have been guests of their son Mr W G Chapman left Wednesday for Lebanon Mrs Rice nail children of Louisville who have been guests of her mother Mrs C A Xelson have returned home Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis proprietor of the Old Judge distillery was here this week Inspecting his prop D J McXamara returned Monday from Lexington where he has been man aging a summer theater at Woodland Park Mr J G Hackley of Xew York City and Mr J T Hackley of Lincoln county were guests of Mr Harry Weltzel this Mattie M McClure who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Jas A Hodges in Louisville came home Sntur day night Mrs James Ames and children who have been guests of Mrs C M Ledridpe have returned to their home in Knoxville Penn Col E Abbott wife and daughter Miss Anna were called to Lawrenceburg on Thursday by the death of Mrs Jno H McBroyer Mrs Win Tremere and children of Jessamine countrwho have been guests of Mr and wife have returned home Mrs K T Kerr and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Kansas City Mo who have been guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis have returned home Mrs Joe Gray Green of Louisville who has been the guest of her parents Col John F Davis and wife has re turned to her home Mr Millard F Wood of the Collectors Office Lexington spent several days here this week the guestof his motherinlaw Mrs R M Trumbo Misses Elizabeth and Corinne Church of Lexington who havqp been guests of Mrs Bowen Henry at Thorn Hill have returned home Mr W T Samuel wife and children of Louisville have returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Mildred Mulhol land near Farmdale Rev Jno H Burdin of Forks of Elk horn was called to Harrisonville on Monday by the serious illness of a mem her of his church at Pigeon Fork Mrs Jns H Dryden and sons John H and James D who have been guests of Mr John B Dryden sr left Sun dny for their home at Hamilton O Mrs Sue Bush Caldwell and daughter Miss Matilda who hove been guests of Mrs Buckner McElroy returued to their home in Louisville on the Falls City Wednesday evening Dr T H Posey and wife of Law of Chicago Ill and Mrs Chas R renceburg Mr Ed M Posey and wife Posey of Memphis Penn are visiting their brothers Dr J A and Mr W H Posey in this city Mr H K McClure Mr W S Pols grove Mr W A Howard Mr Chas W ntTel and wife Mr T P Rogers Mr Earl Rogers Mr O C Kenney Mrs A C VunWlnkle toad daughter Mr C 1 Weitzel and wife toad A A Grettor and wife were among those who left Thursday for Atlantic City Mrs Geo F Biujby of Woodlake was the guest of Miss Cordie Jell ers this week Mrs Bagby was the beloved wife of that sainted minister Rev Geo F Bagby D D former pastor of the First Baptist keepingBuptlstChurchwere glad to greet her again BOY WANTED An industrious boy willing to learn the business will find it to his interest to apply at the ROUNDABOUT OFFICE TO BUILD BRANCH SCHOOL The J3oard of Education has advertised for bids for the erection of a tworoom branch school building to be located on Clinton street Bids will be received up jto Saturday August 25 Dyspepsia is Americas curse conquersdyspepsia out impurities tones the stomach restores perfect digestion normal weight and good henlthI i i U N BAD FALLNOT SERIOUSLY HURT Mrs Fannio Arvin widow of the late Mr Wm Arvin attempted to descend the stairway to the basement of her house on Tuesday when she lost her foot ing and fell to the bottom of the stairs Some twu hours later her dough ter went to see hot and not find ing her in the room she generally occupied finally found her lying unconscious at tho foot of the rsteps Mrs Arvin was at once taken to her bed nndn physician summoned who restored her to con sciousness Beyond a severe shake up and some bruises it was found that she was not seriously hurt Owing to Mrs Arviris advanced age the vender is that she was not instantly killed IN SUMMER Whydoeswe 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 for the name of E C DeWitt Co on the box to got the genuine byrrMARSE HENRI SENDS OUT A NOTE OF WARNING In the CourierJournal of Wed nesday last is a long article be seeching the Democratic party to call oft the primary and get buck to the old time honest way of nominating a State ticket He warns the leaders that unless this is done tho hour of doom will strike for the Grand Old Party He winds up his article as fol lows In short and in fine call the damned thing oil and give a poor man a chance to get a nomination as in days of yore yea with out money and without price oBACKACHE AND SICK KID NEYS Are quickly relieved and permanently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in the Hooky Mountains Juro and simple but sure and certain Acts like magic yon the Kidneys and UOl1gestionGout Jaundice and Brights Dis ease Give it a trial and be convinced Put up in Tea and Table paclmgetFor PUSHING THINGS ALONG The Frankfort Versailles Traction CO put a big force of scrapers and over 100 men at work on the end of the line near this city on Wednesday morning anti will push the work of grading and tracklaying right along This will be good rows for the friends of this enterprise and our citizens generally Mr J D Bailee the efficient superintendent of tho line is lending every assistance in his power toward the early comple tion of the roads aCOLORED PEOPLES FAIR The Colored Fair Association of this oily will hold a fair at Glen wood Park on September 0 7 and S An attractive program has been arranged GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell my farm of 102 acres of fine land located on Main Elkhorn next to Mrs P 1 Baileys farm Good Improvements barn etc Two tenant For further particulars address MRS T J TODD Frankfort Ky Aug 4lm Dr Weavers Treatment fijmp for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Q A nPTTTT A V W commence our Summer Clearance ale of Organdies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens MullstISwisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SILKS Nobby designs in Dress Silks 32AC 37Ac 50c reduction from 50c 05c and 750 surprisinglylowWOOL DRESS GOODS White and Cream Wove Dress Goods including Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37c 48c 50c and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses at half the prices LACES Lace Robes Berthas Laces and Embroideries at greatly reduced prices LINENSOur great Specialty is Linen We now have them Linen Lawns Linen Suitings Linen Sheetings Towels Crashes Table Linens and Napkins Kindly give us a look that we may have a chance to show you what we have F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADEJ There are persons in every community who buyInothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisstrictly 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 buyingWe J ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep j resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- st3eller Carriage QoI 1 VERSAILLES KY 4 H K WARD C M BKOWXIXG President Sec and Treas 5 CINCINNATI i 41L111 AND RETURN F C and Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 19 Special train leaves Frankfort 700 a mIZoo Garden Lagoon Chester Park all open with new attractions ASK GENTS FOR PARTICULARS ti The Real Pure Food Is in a barrelof Pride of Madison 1 Dont fail to ask you grocer for a sack Makes baking day a pleasure IWe carry the largest line of Hay Grains Seeds Salt Feed Oats and Corn handled by any firm in the city Give us your order HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET BothPhones i11m t Vi j ilV i Linen Suits Pony Style were 1350 and 1P only 658- 5fOO Shirt Waist Suits 82fi 350 Solid Black Lawn Shirt- Waist Suits 250 500 Fine Pleated Linen Skirts 300 A GREAT SUNDAYSCHOOL GATHERING The Annual Convention of the State Association meets at Ash land Catlettsburg August 21 22 28 Every Sundayschool in the county is entitled to representa tion but they must have creden tials signed by one of the county officers Mr E A Fox our State Secretary assures us that this is to be one of the greatest Conventions ever held in the State Four of the greatest Sun dayschool experts of America are to be there besides the choicest speakers of our own Staterrho railroads have granted reduced rates and all delegates will be en tertained It will be a delightful trip in every respect and we to have a large delegation from our county Here is what Mr Orchard the State Secretary of North Dakota says ot one of our speakers who recently attended their State Convention There are at least three others just like him and surely it is a great treat to have such men come to us Mr Orchard says 1 We would like to speak of Mr W C Pearce of Chicago as we r1found him at the Valley City State Convention This however is t almost impossible Pearce is u Pearce and no one else His orig finality sticks out through every pore ol his skin his pungent say rings are wrapped up in the quaint containtii He is very strong as a story y teller an efficient educator and pleasing speaker He bears the marks in word thought and deed of a student of human nature man of unlimited personality nndII a speaker of telling effect His fund of humor finds without effort and is so forceful and apropos that the most unpalatable truths are swallowed as though they were sweeter than honey and the honeycomb Under such leadership and speech the man of ruts gets out the egotist gets new views the indifferent are deeply stirred and the loyal worker cheered Mr Pearcos beautiful Chris tian spirit intense enthusiasm laid practical addresses has led to a much needed and far reaching outlookwhilst his personal touch lent a charm to the convention that helped to make it one of the most heartsearching practical ever hold in North Da Pearce will have a prom Ileota place on our Stilts Conven program For detailed in jSpecial MidSummer Offering Rain Coats 1 of Various Merchandise and Jackets You will iipfd n Wrap for EnticlllR prIce reductions have heen made un our attractive lines of golnjtawnyspeciallHan Bags Pnres etct trIpiotp thesenil the little things that go to enhance the comfort and plensure of a trip Wo also offer a variety of merchandise including durable and fashionable Rain Coats and Umbrellas Skirts Handker prices 1100Ofnotable nnd similar values can not bo found 1000 Coats 800Neednt wait for a better chance to supply your wants in those directionsit wont come glance nt the following items proves our lowprice contentions Hand Bags GlovesI Little NeedfulsSkirts Now Effects Mermens Talcum Powder Early Shwoing of New Peter Pan Bn s 25c and 50o Hair Brush lOcFirst StylSpecial j 16Button Gray Lisle Gloves 100I All Linen Handkerchiefs 8c Special Values at All New Goods 16Button White Silk Gloves Colored Umbrellas 150 500 cizr7nee7dS X750 1000 J formation regarding the Conven tion consult one of us E R JONES Co Pres M B R DAY Co Secy Doans Regulets cure constipa tion without griping nausea nor yourII CAPITAL THEATRE OPENS Beginning Monday night Au gust 20 the HarrisParkinson Big Stock Company opens their weeks engagement at the Capital Theatre This company is too well known in Frankfort and for the past four seasons the excellent line of royalty plays and players they have brought tous is a guarantee that we shall again enjoy a solid week of the higher class of plays at cheap prices Mr Rob ert H Harris who is a great favorite with our theatregoers has surrounded himself this sea son with an exceedingly strong cast and with a new line of plays the management looks for even a larger weeks business than the HarrisParkinson people played to last season The opening production will be a complete scenic melo drama entitled A Great Wrong Rightedu heartrending story that appeals to everyone In this play Mr Harris will be HendyIof acting Among the vaudeville features this season are Mack and Armour singers and dancers Webb and Lefller song illustra tors Jerry Herzll comedian the famous Etons and the American Bioscope Popular prices prevail during this engagement Seats go on sale Saturday at Barretts ANrrgDGentlell1llI or lady with gogd reference to travel by sail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 Viper year and expenses salary weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky 42Om IHching bleeding protruding or piles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggists all soil it A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet WILL save you hundreds of steps because everything yon need in the preparation of a meal can be found in the cabinet without your going back and fourth from the kitchen table to pantry and closet A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet takes the place of the kitchen tableand gives you the same unob structed working service as the tablewith a drop leaf at either end if desired Think of the convenience it would be to you in the preparation of a meal to have all the food supplies dishes cooking utensils Hour sugar salt spices and everything else within the instant reach of your hand without your leaving the cabinet Think what it would mean to you in the saving of time as well as in the saving of steps Think what it would mean to you when you came to make up your grocery order to be able to look through the cabinet and tell exactly what you need without looking in a dozen different places R ROGERS SONS2tjly SOLE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY QUICK SETTLEMENT Mr C W Burke Superintendent of the Prudential Life Insur ance Co received a check on Thursday for 1000 being the amount of a policy on the life of Mrs S E Leach which is pay able equally to her sisters Missess Elizabeth and Mary He drick Mrs Loach died some two weeks since This is a very prompt settle ment and speaks well for this in dustrial company LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full lino of all the latest extuningOpposite Engine House 23 tf rO- UT OF THE USUAL RUN Mr C Thos Freeman of the Ducker neighborhood brought to our oflice on Ihtlrsbiyit sweet potato vine with a well developed bloom upon it similai to that of the morning glory While this is a common thing in Georgia and other Southern States und Curn where mho vine goes to seed it is entirely out of the usual run of things in this State n OLD TAYLORiill THE PREMIER j KENTUCKY WHISKEYj E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky fJ t j tt t 1 Jjitij i i i 1 SELLS FINE FARM Genial jolly Judge Chas E Booe of the Auditors oflice sold his fine farm of 800 acres in Fleming county last week for 12001 cushyNo wonder the Judges smile has been childlike and bland for the last few days Anybody could look that way such a nice wad tucked away in his vest bunk N For any pain from top to toe from any cause apply Dr Thom as electric Oil Pain cant stay where it is used WENT TO LEXINGTON Four cars crowded with enthu isastic followers of Gov Beck hum composed the train that went to Lexington on Wednes day night to hear the opening address of the Governor They returned about 1215 a in Thups dnv morning sBfflKs Early Risers The famous little pills NARROW ESCAPE As Mr George Phythian and Miss Fannie Hayden were return ing to the city from a drive out in the country their horse became frightened und overturned the buggy throwing both parties out but strange to say neither were seriously injured The buggy was badly smashed ANOTHER FJ REMAN ELECTED CityIordinance was given its first pas sage authorizing the election of another man fr the tire depart ment In the meantime Mr Geo Smith has been appointed to serve until the ordinance becomes effective under a resolution of the Council CaSTOBlA-Bean the Sfguor ctu d l i THE CRUSADER We have received the second number efrrhe Crusader Col Noel Games paper This issue contains an article addressed to Gov Beckham inrwhich are some rather salty charges They acre direct told to the point tied call for investigation and answer by the proper authorities JOHN EDGE- BHICEMAS03ST I FRANKFJRT X2 Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone VJ8 33t5nj Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July IflOlt subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West anti Southwest ti09 and 514 P M Daily For Washington Ilnltimore Philadel phia NeW York lliclummil Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A nud 741 P Daily 23lyr h Auction Sale SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1906 Beginning at 10 a m promptly at y my Stable in Frankfort Ky A lot of nice road horses work horses a number ot vnilrold work mules Also will soli a lot of new buggies runabouts road carts spring wagons whips harness etc Also sonic secondhand vehicles Everybody is invited to enter their stock in these smiles Terms 50c to enter and if sold additional 2A per cent will be chargedAll will be sold for cash or for a good 00day note me and list your stock ISee WFHEARNE tU fli iJ TflEFranRfortHQumlatioiit u Entered at the postotliep at Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass imiilnbk matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub ii fFRANKFORT AUG 18 1906 i A SUGGESTION We would respectfully suggest at the request ofa number o s1those who travel this route that when the excursionists over the Q it Cnnd F C Railways leave Cincinnati on their return trip they be required to leave on whiC1hlrooches I 10 oclock p in so that the F C train may return hero by mid night in place of an hour or so laterTheret are a large number people who go on these excursions andn great many others who would go if the return train renchd home sooner who would be very much gratified if this arrangement could be made PROGRAM FRANKLIN BA TIST ASSOCIATION Owing to a misunderstanding there has come some confusion as to the date of the meeting of the Franklin Baptist Association AVe give below the correct date and the program of exercises This year the date is Wednesday the 22d and Thursday the 28d at Bethel Church on the Owenton pike six miles north of Frankfort which is the nearest railroad station Private convey ances will be taken to the church and ample entertainment provided for visiting brethren The statistics of the Association as reported in 1905 show a total membership of 8828 an increase of 241 by addition and loss of 19 by death and dismissal a net increase of 49 over the previous year The business of the association and the order in which it will bo transacted is as follows t 1080 a m Introductory ser mon Rev DrJ R Sampey of a Louisville pastor of the Forks of Elkhorn Church b Rending church letters and unrolling messengers and visitin- t ministers lull brethren- c Election of officers d Miscellaneous businessr SESSIONla exercises- b Report of Executive Board c Report Home Missions W T Lee and Walter Jeffers com Innitteewd Report State MissionsMrs RIIe Report of Ministers Aid So cletyJ D Parker and Pros conlmittecl Business r1HURSDA Y 900 A Mot a Devotional Exercises b Miscellaneous Business c Report on Schools and Col lobesN T Armstrong and J T Jones committee d Report on Tumprrance J 11Igglttonucommitteef on Baptist Litcraturo QrR ifJserves as a andIfirm support in ordinary food Chemistst1Sen4for free sample York gl soc and aroo all druggists Ip i I Eves Did Not Close For a IVeeli Baf0 plod Doctors Dr MUesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me fThere is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are denied you iLyou rise in the morning more tired then when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If your heart is weak or is an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner nervesIstores the weakened nerves to health an strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a grew heart tonic which tion of the heart enriches the bloodand proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart would beatiu and at others it would foefI could get One week in last September never closed my eyes I Jot Dr Miles and Heart Cure at n drug store in Lawrence burp after spending 830000 in medi tines and doctors in Shelbyvill- eFrankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more gofromthink everybody ought to know of the KyPvelous contained in your marI first tie Dr Miles Remedies for free bookI on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind J E Kirtley and J A Scott committeeITHURSDAY 000 P 11 n Report on Baptist Yoltn Peoples SocietyWalter Crady and Miss Daisy Hockensniith committee b Report on Foreign Missions Druul Mrs N M clad Mrs Dr Dawson committee c Orphans HomeRev L D comIImittaeomfin s Mrs Duane Brown and Miss Nora Wheeler committee e Place of next meeting to preach introductory sermon resog lotions closing exercises ac journment JOHN E KIRTLEY rrensurerJ E R JONES eRA W IAssistant U V jModerator ARKANg IEIkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five enrsr of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings ew Discovery for Consumption hich I know from willcure consumption if taken i gfirst1worstrefunded At all druggists 50c and JOO Trial bottle free ifGetur store please We think the 11aresome candylike Laxative Tablets of for constipation sour stomach biliousness bad breath muddy complexion etc Risk 5 and see All druggists- S1RELI CAR DERAILED On Sunday last as a Traction Co car was on its way out to the Park in the afternoon the rails tfrom111 his ankle sprained und leli1othiugon b thotrack again and some persons who lied gone to the hose but wnlkedJr of tlSuptpair the damage as as possiblegJ UNUSUAL FEATURE JThere is an exhibit being ExpositionBuildings Festival which will be of peculiar interest to Southern people It is the display of the Wolsbaoh Burner people makers of those delicate mantles which glow so peoplelarehow mantles tee manufactured Though the factories an in Penn sylvania every material used in the construction of the finished product comes from the South There are several grades of these mantles the cheapest being made with the cheaper grades of cotton as a base while the more expen sin ones are built about Se preparatiodproof is from a special kind o sand found only in North Caro linn Exports from headquarters will demonstrate the various processes theojust as comes the beds o streams in North Carolina How this is worked over and over whileIished Commodity will be shown the public Next will be see tufts of the different grades o cotton fresh from bales Th manner of freeing this from al foreign substances such as bits of the boll grit etc will be ex plained Then it will be rn through a knitting machine mak ling an endless cotton tube about ofgo v bits about eight inches long and treated with the commodity ob coined from the sand causing it to shrink considerably Otlie minor details of manufacture will dippinecomplete The entire process will interestingI a sailboat reefcdIIa man to unprovided The thinking 1man whose stomach goes brick on him sometimesI his stomach by a 0 of Kodol for Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach GayleI SATURDAY NIGHT ITwo mn by the name of Cohorn undertook to settle their domestic troubles in the Howser saloon on Broadway street Sat urday night It seems that Cohorn had mar the mother of Bell timid owing to discord in the family had brought suit for divorce The men quarreled several times dur hug the evening and finally Bell started after Cohorn in the hins and fired at Bell the ball oing wild and lodged in the floor bartender Mr Tracey jumped in between the mon and secured the gun thus preventing shooting The police took charge of both They wore from the Forks Elkhorn neigh borhoodIDr Weavers i3Jrnp purifies tbe blood CLIMATIC CURES Tlie influence of climatic con cOl1llIlnptionis in poor putinnt and tho rich patient too can do much bettur at home by proper attrition to food digestion SyrupFree Inrabsence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest m ss nights and the exhaustion duo coughing tho greatest danger dread of the consumptive can e prevented or stopped by taping Gorman Syrup liberally and roger in toIn tho thousands of consumptives tho few who are benefited regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle c regular size 75c A tall drug yr Pleasantto lake aJ Laxative Ic Syrup 4i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION DoctorfAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts 11are irritating to the intestines egeia cure you as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness 1Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE- r Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes ForksSpades Cradles and Fingers TI SnatchestScythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc J Value JOHN DRISCOLl Ouahv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky GRASS TRACTION IBLUB COMPANY IINTERURBANLINES Leaves Lexington every hour front 0 n to 7 p in and at and p m Leave Paris every hour from aiii to 8 p in and and p Ii- iGeorgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 n to 7 p in and at 9 anil p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 n to 8 11m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from Ot m to 0 p in and at 8 clad 10 p Leave Versailles very hour from 7 m to 7 p m and at 0 and p E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 274 Manager1tf Hr Caclys Conilitfon Iowuerfl are just a horse needs when in bad Icondition Tonic blood purifier uni vermifuge They are not food btt medicine and the best in use to put fi thorse in primo condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle 1 KILLTH COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PricoFOR100 Froo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Jlia A4 Cases plain simple and I I Silver in either Gold Gold FiJ ornateI i M Reliable Jeweler 230 St S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD BEST EVER SEEN Display of Thoroughbred Horses nt the Bluegrass Fair Will Be n WorldBentor There is every prospect that the show of thoroughbred horses nt SnturdnySeptem f the big fair week at Lexington will be the best show of its kind- ever held in tho world Within a radius of twenty miles of Lex ington are the most important group of stock farms devoted to the breeding of thoroughbred horses to bo found in anyone section ofnny country Mr James B Haggins Elmendorf Farm is more than twice the size ofany other similar establish tf ment either in this country or it Europe Col Milton Young McGrathiana Stock Farm as second in size among all th thoroughbred farms of the World The management of the Bluegrasa Fair Association has taken advan tage of tho splendid material at y hand through Lexingtons boa Lion and is offering for the show promiumsthntpremiums are all the more val uable because different breeders iilmve donated to he added to the thoroughbred classifications sea Sons to their best stallions many beenton o lt the possibility of buying service to them at any price The most generous of these vari oils offers comes from Mr August imIas as one of the most important men in the financial affairs of Amer- ion Mr Belmont is Chairman o j The Jockey Club the organization throughoutlmb Lexington a large thoroughbred breeding establishment the Nursery Stud which was founded recontlyJhorse Rock Sand for which he paid 125000 last winter and has placed him at the head of the Nursery Stud Last week he wired Jouett Shouse director in charge of the thoroughbred department of tho Bluegrass Fair that ho would donate to tho fair i1YouSuffer wih- Rheumatism 1Dr Stoops Rheumatic Remedy Will Bring the Utmost Relief that Medicine Can The one remedy which many physicians rely upon to free trio system of the Rheumatic Pols tismLumbntREMEDY Dr Shoop spent twenty years 4 thlombluedforRheumatism REMEnxcant6utitcanaudttipolson h Caused the pain and thenthatlsthlad e endptnowiYou who havow suffered and are But youtnowweatherfouApparent cause Just try DR SHOOPS RHEU remedyWetBended by AALL DEALERSi I 1 tr a lt ta J KEEPING A GOOD CUftTGH inlifeone of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will movementsfindbe accurate timekeepers A SELBERT Clair to be added to the thoroughbred classification a season to Rock Sand and also a season to his noted stallion Hastings the lend ing winning sire of 1902 Only five outside seasons will be allowed to Rock Sand and the fee charged will in each instance be 1500 One of these seasons is given to the Bluegrass Fair It will be offered in connection with the classification for weanlings As themthere will be seen at Lexington by far time greatest show of thor oughbred weanlings ever seen in the world This however will be by no featureffamous stallions many cf them 50mare vicinityea on seesmore a worth of horseflesh within the space of two hours FRIGHTFULLY BURNED Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salvo with the usual re corpfGreatest howler on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at all druggists STREET CAR SCHEDULE Curs will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort dolly beginning at 620 n in anti every ten minutes thereafter till 080 p in After that odors twenty faat n m every mtCapital Hotel nt 640 n m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 650 n m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p in J D SALLEE Supt a CASTORABears theThe hats Signature rt of d EXCELLENT OFFICERS Jolly Dick Baker Franklins Representative At a recent meeting the direct ors of the Bluegrass Fair Associa tion which will hold a big fair at Lexington the weep of ptom ber 17 elected the following officers Mayor Thomas A Combs tho progressive head of tho city ad ministration of Lexington Presi dent Mr James L Watkins First Vico President Mr Leonard U Cox Second Vice President The former election of lieorgo A Bain as Secretary rand 1 V Porter as Treasurer was conj firmed In addition the CommitItooeach county of the Blue grass ono of rile most important anti wisest actions that it has taken Those mon will be ox oilioio directors tool each will ho expected to look after tho inter osts of the fair in his particular territory The mon named on this committee wore as follows Wilmoro Garrett Woodford county R II Lillard AndersonIcounty Richard county T M Duokw orth Jessa1 h i tiitottWrii U if trit mine county J 11 Hall Bour bon county Joel Fessler Mont gomery county J M Terry Harrison county Hord Arm strong Fleming county John Ci Everett Mason county R A Baker Franklin county R D Rodman Shelby county Isaac Dunn Garrard county Samuel Harris Lincoln county Charles E Marvin Scott county Samuel Forsythe Mercer county F M countyCharles countyJudgecounty S W Bradford Bracken county HE WAS IN TROUBLE I was in trouble but found a way out of it and Im a puppy man again since Dr Kings New Life Pills cured me of chronic constipation says E W Good lot 107 St Louis St Dallas sntisfactoryPrice GREAT CATTLE SHOW The American Shorthorn Breed ers Association has agreed to duplicate the amount offered in premiums for Shorthorn cattle at the Big Bluegrass Fair to be held SeptetuherappropriatedSS5 erous offer of the Shorthorn Breed es Association will make the total amount to be offered for this one breed of cattle f 1770 Such n sum insure5 a splendid cattle show The appropriations for other breeds are ns liberal as that for Shorthorns and there will bet Lexington probably the best display of cattle ever seen in the SouthSTRONG Again is what Mrs Lucy- StovallofTilton Gi litsaid after taking Kodol Dyspepsl- zrLCura Hundreds I otherweak women are being re stored to perfect II health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take it Indigestion causes nearly all tho sick ness that women havo It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belching heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Dollrlottloholdo9 Ynprod at tbi Lab i a tbt oratory o80DWitt trUl or 50centlco0f1OoOhtc USA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE It r r t t A FOOLISH PLAN hoarBecauselConstipation is the result of indigestion appetiteselfpoisonmg neuralgia in various of the system catarrhal inflammation of the ins testinal canal and numerous other ail theydoJIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of people who look mis persistineouIdbeFlower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach theliverqTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle Atlantic City 1685 Round Tri- pViaFGIN CONNECTION WITH B0 S = W Aug 16 Ticket good for 15 days Stopover giatrdon return trip at Philadelphia Baltimore mid Washington Niagara Falls 980 Round Trip Via F C IN CONNECTION WITHI Penna Lines 16th Erie R R 25th Final limit 12 days For detailed information apply to C HAY General Passenger A- gent1oo HIGH BRIDGE AND RETFRfc VIA F C KY QUEEN t1 CRESCENT KOUTE Sunday August 12 Special Train leaves Frankfort at 930 a m Dancing Pavilion Excellent Music Dining Hall Meals both a la Carte and Table do Hoto Swings and Shelter House For further information Apply to 0 W HAY S il General Passenger Agent Save Your Feet 1 Your feet have such nn import it ant duty to perform that any at tention or expense bestowed on them is always worth while It is impossible to be comfortable and happy if your feet burn itch f JteredThey will never trouble you if s you use G IIAntiseptic Foot Powder A little sprinkled in the shoes 4youryou to easily forget them A flue and harmless preparation that 180ft PI1t chafing and soreness re inflammation and removes odors of perspiration Makes new shoes easyund comfortable Price 15 Cents J W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky l i Illinois Central l Seventh F River Louisville r No Memphis c N O Ltd No Leaves 090 p m Arrives a m New Orleans Special No Loaves p m Arrives 595 p m No Local Mail No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 455 p m r For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and fron Elizabeth town Hoolell111e Hopkinsville except no Sunday service to Elizabethtown und Hodgen vine Stops at all stations 1tLeivusFor Central City Connecting service to onSundaysAll Trains Run Dally New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAHANDTHE PACIFIC ltSiltnl effect May Tin new t vu St Loins n ui daily Tho evening trains to same points ur1ceThrouCisco Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTray Pass Ajrt Louisvlllo Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louts Mo j i a 1JpI L j CRUTCHER fe SIMPSONS ONE HALF PRICE SALEI On Mens and Young Mens Two and Three Piece Suits f 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 a35 Suit for 1750 t IIr All 500 Oxfords 350 IA- n 350 Oxfords 250 IAll 250 Oxfords 185 All 150 Oxfords 120 I this city on Thursday Mr E L Smith and Mrs Belle R Riner were married by Rev L D Stucker PAYNE At the home of Judge Jas H Polsgrove moron Friday night Mr Stoddarc J Payne and Miss Wallace Haw kins were married by that officer Mr Payne is the son of the late Mr John Will Payne of this city His bride a fine Franklii county Louis Ville on Thursday August 9 Mr Geo A Boyle of Birmingham Ala and Miss Anna E Maddox of Louisville were married by Rev Dr E Y Mull ins Mr Boyle is a hustling young business man His bride is they pretty and attractive sifter of Mrs Albert T Kirtley of this SHEPARD In Cov ington on Wednesday Mr Win B Jones of Florida and Miss Flora Belle Shepard of Coving ton were married by Rev Mr is the talented and popular son of Prof E R Jones of Switzer und is principal of a High School in Florida His bride is the pretty popular aids accomplished daughter of Mr Sam S Shepard Chief Deputy to U S Marshal Sharp She was a graduate of Frankfort High Schooland much beloved rFor dry cracked lips or rough skin use Dr Shoops Green Salve It positively makes lips and skin like velvet Sold by all denIers Dr Weaver Syrnp and Cerate lacceiifaJ treatment for blood and akin dbeMBi i gam tdsThaMM i iiigaatore j I r 4 One = bird Off on all I nee 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 excepted Choice of any 200 Colored Shirt in our House 125 Choice of any 150 Colored Shirt 115 Every Belt in our House OneHalf Price 50Cent Mens Sox 3 pairs for 100 25 and 35cent Mens Fancy Sox 3 pairs for 50cents Our 100 Lisle Thread Underwear 75 cents per garment Our 50Cent Underwear Y5 cents per Suit Our 50Cent Neckwear 25 cents Fancy and White Vests in Wash Goods and Woolens OneHalf Price LowCut Shoes and Slippers This includes all the Low Cut Shoes and in our House for Men Boys and for Women Misses Goods sent on Approval for Cash only No Money Refunded All Alterations Charged for CRUNCHER Sc SIMPSONMAIN STREET MARRIED SMITHRISERIn HAWKINS girl- BOYLEMADDOXIn cityJONES QuinherryMr CAlTORA Slippers BIRTHS MERCHANT In this city on Monday to Mr Luke Merchant and wifen son- McCLJTCHEONIn Russell yule on to Hon Har vey S McCutcheon and wife nee Susie McHeury a daughter When a woman suffers from depressing weaknesses she then 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 wuysa local treatment known by drug gists everywhere as Dr Snoops Night Cure and a constitutional 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 tionul nerve tissue tonic It brings 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 0 BUYS COZY HOME Mrs A V Choate through the real estate agency of Messrs L B Marshall Son has purchased the neat and comfortable homo of Mrs L C Cantrill on Logan street The consideration was 2800 cash CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thejSignature of SyrupPtatbabloodtlot the IUa1 7mV1 BEATMS LEWISIn Wentville Mo on Sunday August 12 Mrs Anui Bell Lewis after a protracted illnessMrs Lewis was the sister of Mr Frank Chinn and Mrs Jennie C Morton of this city She was a lovable and gentle- Christian woman and will be sincerely mourned by a large circle of relatives in this State as well as in Missouri knew her well having been IIWe in our youth und her for her gentleness of life MEANS MUCH A word of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those con taining opiates Kennedys Lax ative Honey and Tar moves the opiatesIIAT WORK rTORY rGLASSFAC IA big force of hands is at work Ion the glass works and the ex cavations are about completed Tile completion of the buildings and the starting of this factory means a great deal to the busi ness men of this city DONT DRAG Dont drug along with a dull billions heavy feeling You need a pill Use DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold by J W Gayle DONT FORGET IT The F fe Cand Q C Railways Wirun their usual fort nightly excursion train to Cin cinnati tomorrow It leaves here at 7 a m sharp Returning leaves Cincinnati at 880p m Se ad I sL tsc JWt y 20000 IN PRE MruM tn- Z Z E W oJ Q k JW UtI W Jo 1 All 400 Oxfords 300 All 300 Oxfords 225 1 All 200 Oxfords 160 All 125 Oxfords 100 lam All 100 Slippers 075 No Thursday Restorative 9 THE BIG= = BLUEfiR SS =FAIR LEXINGTO J SEPTEMBER The biggest and best Fair ever held In the South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue and other information address GEO A BAIN Ky 10 TO MACKINAC AND RE TURN ONLY ANNUAL EX CURSION TO POINTS IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN VIA MONON ROUTE ANI STEAMER MANITOU The delightful Michigan outing gvien once a year by the Monon Route in connection with the palatial steamship Manitou to Mackinac Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing and Charlovoix will occur this year leaving Louisville- Tuesday August 21 by either morning or evening train Tick ets will be sold at 1000 for the round trip and will bear final re turn limit of fifteen days Berth on steamer from 1 to 2 according to location and meals a la carte The party is limited but best on Manitou have been assigned for it Charts now ready Address E H Bacon D P A Mouou Route Louisville Ky td id 2OOOO IN RtMruM o mNo rnm y rratrf IJ 11th T0 22nd Secy- Lexington accommodations ltldtf Ie FRet SOIIU For people in troublewe just some how cant help it But if tic got you in f trouble1b- y buying cheap flour just buyJEM next time and your troubles will be overt Tile J E m milling CL i C ra i l Ia13f Jk dfl i 7- r k ATTENTION BUILDERS 1 NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME and and c c O73O9 Main St 307309 Main St 4 mr Ni COMPANY HarrisParkinson Big Stock Company opens their Peeks en gagement at the Capital Theatre next Monday night with a scenic production of the powerful melo drama A Great Wrong Righted And from all reports the company is Oren stronger than when hero last season They have all new plays this year and a strong olio of specialties It will be remem bered that this company last sea son played to the largest weeks business ever done here by a week stand company and the excellent impression made is still fresh in- v the minds of of this city With the ladies ticket given away for their opening play the house evidently wont hold them More than a carload of scenery is carried by the Harris Parkinson Company and all their plays are staged with that careful JJ some d on the road The sale of seats Saturday at Barretts TAKES THREE SHOTS AT t HUSBAND I 1 small jar on Monday rs Hnrrod of the West- Sidet I took three shots at her spouse only one of which hit tho- r mark and that a grazer If she had had a broomstick she might have done effective work A Heavy Load to Carry Along with dyspepsia comes nervous ness and Why Be cause a disordered stomach does not mit the food to be properly digested and its products the system The is charged with poisons which come from this disordered digestion and in turn tho nerves arc not on good red blood and wo see symptoms of nerv ousness slcoplcssifcss and general break down It is not head work over phy sical exertion that doers it but poor stom ach work With poor thin blood tho body is not protected against attack Plercos Golden Medical Discovery a rare combination of native roots without a particle of alcohol or promi nent medical authorities extolling overy ingredient contained in Dr Discovery will be mailed I free to any address on request by j Many years of active practice convinced Dr Plerco of tho value of many native roots as medicinal agents and ho went to great expense both in time and in money to perfect own peculiar processes for rendering them both efficient and safe for Medical Discovery Is duo both to its scientific compounding and to tho actual medicinal value of its ingredients Tho publication of tho annex of the Inyrcdl ents on wrapper of bottle sold gives full assurance of its nonalcoholic character and removes all objection to I ono either This fact puts it lit a class cures weak stomach indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver and biliousness ulceration of stomach and bowles and all catarrhal af fections no matter what parts or organs ho affected with It Dr Plerces Pleasant Pellets are tho original little liver pills first put 40 They regulate and liver and bowels never equaled Sugarcoated and eas to take jj candy One to threes dose 1t r Jii J1itD ibt il f Neglect BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of I V Steel One Two Ply Floroid Three Ply Felt rSlaters Felt Building Paper Lime Cement Salt lf p C SOAER CO tThe theatregoers successIJropons consumptton tlGolden11edlcal YiercelBuffalo I agentsThe remedyIteverybottleingredientsTho Invhtorntoistomach Dont Your Roof Crimp Roofing Roofing Roofing YAftorn djugsA RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chlnn rector being absent services will be ns follows Sunday luly 29 930 am Sundayschool SermonIIpmEverybody BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at a m anti 8 p m Sundayschool nt 945 in the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 715 p m chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 745 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor being away on his vaca preachingThe at 10 30 a Sundayschool chapelChristian at 930 a mOlIn the Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 7 chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CIIURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7 n in High Mass at n m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH hourSundayschoolYoung Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor nt 030 p Pruyermttting Wednesday evening at 730 p Vislors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vnught the pastor being away at Campmeeting there will be no service at either hour- Sundayschool nt Ji45 n m Epworth League at 345 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pnstorbeingether hour- Sundayschool at 045 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday nt 730 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION will meet with Bethel Church on Wednesday August 23 0COLORED LABORER ON NEW KILLED BY ICAPIrOII gR On Wednesday morning two colored laborers on tho now capitol became involved in clifli unity when Ellis Turner threw aj half brick and struck Ed Sham in the loft breast just over tho heart killing him instantly It seems that Shain had ueen pursuing anti annoying Turner for several days and finally it is said struck him withn pick handle when Turner threw the brick as Coroner stntedIlied and took charge of tho roI mains holding an inquest when tho facts doyeloped as stated above The men were Tennessee no groes from near Nashville ittf ti it L A HEALING GOSPEL Irhe Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belnir 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 sojstrong 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 complaintsSold gists Price50cr rLETTER LIST The following Is the list of advertised letters for the week ending August Adams Charles Buss C F Booker Miss Dutch Cain Mrs Annie Callus Evans Crutcher Charlie Dutton Garfield Edgman Mrs Amanda W H Flunell James MaryGlen Gregory Ave RoleyHlmlley Ky Insurance Co Kimley Mrs Ella Lewis Date Marble J times Miller Mrs Joan Martines Mrs G A Mitchell Miss Nelly Reefer Miss K Right Joseph A Robinson Riley Roxell W G SenioiMS Fannie RocySnyder Steltzer Fred Weaver Dyke Wekley Miss Mottle White Miss Smile MayWiswoclger ltttjerspleaseGEO L BARNES P M CHOATEVILLE Mr Reynolds Hamilton of Benson cnlledon Miss Ellis Peters Sunday last Mr Chester Lacefield called on Miss Edith Edge last Sunday Miss Carrie Sunders of Louis ville is visiting her cousin Miss Emma Dennis of Choateville Mr Louis Moore walled on his best girl Sunday last Miss Julia Long Mr Curtis Moore and Miss Jes drivingSutlIay Mr Chester Dennis called on Miss Jessie PiercoSunday last Mr Ed Doan of Frankfort spent Sunday with his uncle Mr John Dean of Choateville Mr Will Walton of Frankfort called on Miss Christine Weber of Choateville lust Sunday even ingLost strayed or stolon Mr Henry Showalter Last soon of him ho was looking too sweet at Miss Carrie Sanders Mr Dun Moore called on Miss Ethel Hulett Sunday last Two young chaps of Choateville said they would like to call on the two Miss Richardsoixs but they hoard that their father brings his buggy whip to the house every Sunday e uiugI iii BLUEBELL t MORE BUILDING PERMITS The rush to build new houses is still on and permits were issued by the City Councilon Monday night authorizing the erection ofn number of houses The demand is far in excess of the supply RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The following resolutions were adopted at a meeting of the Ger man Benevolent Society of Frank fort Ky August 0 1900 on the death of brother John Schwei boldWhereas Tho Almighty God has removed from our midst our late worthy and esteemed brother d John Schweibold the members of this society deem it proper to place upon record an IIpprecintion7o- f his merit therefore itKResolved Thatj w deplore the loss of our brother with deep feeling of regret 1ufilictedsympathy in their affliction at the loss of one who was a good citikzen a devoted husband and father and on upright mantResolved That a copy of these Jresolutions be transmitted to the relatives of our deceased brother put on the records of the society and published in some local j papers JAMES SOWER AUGUST EBERrJOSEPH GOBBER tCommittee Frankfort Ky August 9 1906 a 4 tThe Kind You Have Always Bought ami whIch has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre ofrs and has been made under his per f Isoimal supervision since its infancy L 4Allow no one to deceive you in d All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoul lure buttExperiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and lenExpcrienco against Expcrimcntf What is CASTORIA 4 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS tt Bears the Signature of 4 UkJi T1EIn Use For Over 30 VearsfrM u The Plasterers say our j Invincible Piaster is the Best Wall Plaster on the market to know they aro using 40 tons a month We are unloadingI another car load now We sell all kinds of Lumber and Building Material Hammond 6c Co dJi1t tttI Jt 1Flb w 41q yti ti Iylt r Mivi 1IAIAN 1A1 Ir 1 theMcClure inIIz in order to get the best things CLOTHING l Whats left of our entire stock of mens and young mens x tt15 00mixed suits for spring has been divided into just two lots at C 7 50Fifteen dollars gives you absolute choice of any of our finest fancy suits For 750 you can have choice of any fancy suit in our store worth 18 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 lworsteds and soft finished mixtures All sizes 33 to 46 stout has made McClure Clothes reputation Onefourth Off on Boys Knee Pants Suits One fourth Off on Mens Pants This offer includes nearly all of our boys fancy suits ages 3 to 16in offerrfor vK 600I 600 Pants 450 h 500 Knee Pants Suits 375 500 Pants 375 300 Knee Pants Suits 225 400 Pants 300 Cti i f MENS FURNISHING GOODStt thebenefitr MANHATTAN 2 SHIRTS 140 150 MANHATTAN SHIRTS 120 Choice of any colored Manhattan or Griffon Brand 200 shirt now for All colored shirts worth 150 reduced to 120 Whites not included in 140 Plain and pleated bosoms cuffs attached and detached No patterns this offer reserved except plain whites You know what Manhattan Shirts are and thatithis chance comes only once a year f FANCY SOX IN TWO LOTS2All 50c fancy socks at 35c j three pairs for one dollar All 25c and 35c fancy sox at 20c j three pair for 50c f TIES HALF PRICE FANCY VESTS HALF PRICE Choice of any 50c tie in stock except plain blacks and whites for About 75 veststhe remainder of the handsomest line we have 25c shown at half price STRAW HATS HALF PRICE BELTS HALF PRICE Choice of any straw hat in stockPanamas includedat half price Any belt at half its original price UNDERWEAR 50c nainsook and jeans elastic seam drawers at 40c 100 a suit fancy underwear at 80c a suit 200 a suit white lisle thread underwear at 160 a suit SHOES 85 and SG Mens Oxfords 8375LairdSchoberOxfords S3 d About 6 dozen of Boydens oxfords are in this lot every pair this seasons Every pair of this noted make of oxfords included in this offer at 324 styles practically all of them patent and gun metal leathers Dull and patent leathers in ribbon ties pumps and blucher oxfords S35O Mens Oxfords S250 4 and 350 Oxfords 249 4 Nearly leathers here including Regent oxfords Most of these are vici kid Every pail of oxfords at these two prices is included here There area and gun kid and you to find your SIze In the style you like you pumps lace oxfords and blucher ribbon ties welt and turn soles in patent andhad better come early dull leathersa variety here in this clearance sale which many a store would Mens 250 and S3 Shoes at S3 15 be proud of at the beginning of the season + Odds and ends of our regular lines at these two prices nearly all of these 300 Oxfords 224 fare welted soles and most of them in vici kid blucher style 250 Oxfords 198 WOMENS OXFORDS 200 Oxfords 164 150 Oxfords 124 1 The great volume of our business in womens low shoes makes it necessary for us to show a multitude of styles We find now about 600 pair to go in this Queen Quality oxfords are reserved from this offering Included are sale Every pair new this spring and as these 600 pairs must go out to make some patent kid oxfords some vici kid blucher and lace oxfords and some styles room for fall shoes the prices are absurdly low of slippers which are numerous to describe Our usual rules for sales apply All ales are for cash only no goods sold at these prices will be taken back or exchanged and alterations in clothing are charged for extra f I l R Z McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KYYiir f J r 1ifioi t i iSf V4fF0 c t r r