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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT CEO A LEWIS EPublisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKKMS 100 In Advance = = = n = nun n YOL XXIXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 25 muG No51 PREVENTION QF TYPHOID FEVER 7Circular Issued by tho State Board of Health of Kentucky To th Health OlHcials Physicians und People of Kentucky This board again feels it to he a duty to call the earnest attention of our health authorities and peo ple to tho increasing prevalence and mortality from typhoid fever and to tho consequent growing importance of the constant use of the method endorsed and conc firmed by scientific research and observation for the prevention of the disease 13805 cases of this disease and 1579 deaths were reported in Kentucky last yeurI chiefly confined to people in the prime of life and usefulness Tho cost of caring for those sick of it to say nothing of the sorrow suf fering and loss of life for the year is reported as being 003 750 Typhoid fever is probably theI most preventable of all diseases not even excepting smallpox It is now definitely knuwn that like cholera and dysentery the germs of the disease are contained only in the dischargs from the bowels and kidneys of those sick of it and that it is necessary for a per son to swallow some of such discharges or things polluted by them in some way in order to contract the disease They usually gain entrance to the system Ithrough infected water from wells or streams draining inhabited areas and polluted Iy infected fecal matter or such matter may bo carried by flies and deposited on the food utensils and hands in unscreened kitchens and dining rooms The germs may also be carried on the hands ofcureless attendants or on soiled clothing or indirectly by using milkor other articles of uncooked food or drink from cans and vessels washed in infected water Ice from infected water is also donI gerous as it has been proven f freezing does not kill the germs t A large volume of water may be infected from one case and if already polluted with organic matter become a ready culture fluid for the multiplication of the germs In the now noted epidemic at Pymouth Pennsylvania involving the sickness of 11044 persons and tho dputhof 14 the outbreak was traced to the use ofj water from a stream infected Ly the discharges from one imported case The recent disastrous epi demic at Ithaca New York caus deaths and uniIversitypublic water supply similarly fected On the other hand in the dis tressing and fatal epidemic which clung to our military camps at I Chickamauga Camp Mend Mon tauk Point and other places luring the SpanishAmerican war flies wore found to be the prin l hY1the1white powder sprinkled over the in the latrines thousands of these pests were tracked direct from these and found cov J eying tho food hands and utensils in the kitchens and mess rooms of the common soldiers Cultures t taken from tho feet legs bills and intestines of these flies showed t the germs of typhoid fever in kitohenslfindsonse Other acts no less convincing ass to both water and flies being carriers of this disease might be mul tiplied indefinitely if space per mitted In a smaller way they must be common in the experience of most physicians in active practice Based upon the teachings of the foregoing facts the following v rules have been prepared with h A card for the guidance of all persons intorestd in their own find the public hearth 1 When it is known or suspected that a person has typhoid fever he should bo placed in a large well ventilated room with the windows and doors well screened and such preparation should bo made from the first day for the thorough and systematic disinfection of all discharges from tho bowels and kidneys as will nrotect other members of the family the attendants and the community 2 A solution of chloride of lime eight ounces to the gallon of water should he provided in quantity and a quart of this should be put in the bedpan or vessel each time after it receives the discharges and should be well stirred and allowed to stand in the vessel at least an hour before it is buried An equiva lent solution of oreol1n or a thick whitewash made from the fresh quicklime may be used in the same way when the chloride of lime can not be obtained but with these at least two tours will be required to complete the dis infection tl Soiled bed or body linen should remain in the chloride of lime solution for an hour and may then bo safely put in the family wash Soiled par or clothes used about the patient should b6 immediately burned Attendants should wash the hands frequently and the lips findI rinse the mouth always before eating No one should partake lofany food which has stood in the room All of these precautions should bo continued until the recovery is complete and until all diarrhea has ceased 4 Typhoid fever is not con tagious in the sense commonly understood and if the precautions above indicated are faithfully and intelligently carried out a case may bo treated in any family or community with perfect safety If others have the disease it will be because they were infectedj from the wine source elseIIshould be observed in dysentery and all other diarrheal including summer complaint in children 5 All well water and unfiltered water from rivers training inhah ited areas where typhoid foyer and diarrheal diseases are likely to occur at any time and miIkI stored in cans or vessels washed in such water should be looked upon as suspicious and should always be boiled before it is drunk by any one not immune from typhoi fever In the absence of a r ILLle filtered public water supply carefully collected and properly stored cistern water is safest 0 The windows and doors of especiallyitshould always be hell screened and tho flies actually kept out Unless this is done a carelessly managed case of typhoid fever or other diarrheal disease even u mile or more away play be a source of danger on account of flies As mosquitoes are now known to bo tho carriers of ma laria time same precautions will protect from this poison also Tho universal and effectual practice of these precautions would require intelligent care and some expense but would result in the practical disappearance of of our most common and fatal lone pestilences which is not a disgrace to our civilization hut an annual scourge and tax upon tho people of Kentucky in comparison with which yellow fever and cholera plague und other exotic disohBos so feared by our people sink into insignifiJ canco Copies of this circular and of others in regard to tho prevention of consumption diphtheria and scarlet fever may bo had by any jff rJI t upIBy order of the Ro IJ M MATTHEWS rc1IJ N McCORMACK M1- Secretary e WEAK WEARY WOMEN Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End 1hemIWhen the back aches and throbs When housework is torture When night brings no rest nor sleepWhen urinary disorders set in NVomens lot is a weary one Thorp is away to escape these woes Doan s Kidnev Pills cure such illsHave cured women hero in jilInldortIThis is one Frankfort womans testimonyMrs V Webber of 426 High St wife of C V Webber blacksmith says The dragging down pains in the small of my back were terrible At night I suffered most I fairly dreaded often to go to bed for the aching after I lay down was more than ordinary mortal should be called upon to endure I could hardly lie on my buck at all and if I attempted to turn to either side sharp twinges caught me in the small of my back and as a result I hove lain awake for hours suffering torture arising in the morning more tired than whoa I retired A weakness of tho Sidneys the secretions being irregular ond distressing had bothered me ever since I was a child Not until I learned about Boons Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gaylos drug store was I able to find tiny thing that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until it stopped and good sound refreshing sleep followed The difficulty with the kidney secretions was also greatly relieved As a result my health was considerably better than it had been for months be fore I commenced the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale 1mill dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Donn s and take no other COUNTY CONVENTION CALL By virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned and pursuant to a cull made by the Seventh District Republican Committee the Republicans of Frank lin County are herebyacalled to assemble in county house in Frankfort on Saturday September 1000 at BOoclock p m for the purpose ofselect ing by mass convention dole gates to represent Franklin coun ty at the Seventh District Repub lican Convention called to meet at Lexington Kyon Saturday September S 1900 for the pur pose of nominating a Republican candidate for Representative in Congress tor said district to be voted for at the regular election to be hold in November IfOO GEO L BARNES Chairman Franklin County Re publican Committee oeNo one would buy a sailboat withjsails that could not be roofed Thero is always that possibility ofn little too much wind that makes a cautious tiled afraid to go unprovided The thinking man whoso stomach sometimes goes buck on him provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol for Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat und restores tho stomach- Sold by J W Gayle O USL aTORIABean the Itre Blgnatnio of S7 t utkvs r jw r rOne Lot 5 Skirts I 375I One Lot 1000 Skirts 750 900 White Skirts 700 1050 White Lawn Suits 498 1250 White Lawn Suits 548 900 Black Silk Coats 750 White Lawn Waists trimmed with Lace and Embroidery short sleeves 100 500 White Lawn and Wash Silk Waists 375 I New Fall Style SkirtsO- ur Special ata500These are made of good quality Fast Black Panama front and back plaited and trimmed with bands around bottom making a beautiful effect They would seem cheap at 000 Unequaled Values at 750 in Black Panama and Grey Plaid Mixtures 11 KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridget For the Roundabout- A GOOD MAN GONE TO REST Farewell farewell said the father to his weeping family as they stood at his bedside Friday morning August 17 1900 at twenty minutes to five oclock when the death angel stood ready to depart and a glorious expression overspread the countenance of lames T Ledridgo and the generous heart ofn noble man ceased to beat Mr Led ridge was one of the best distillers in Central Kentucky was at one time quite wealthy was owner of the old McAllister Distillery in Wood ford county but indorsed for a relative and sustained a loss nrIIriedAgnes Adeline Gorham one of the most beautiful girls of her time daughter of the late Gen Win A Gorham ono of the lead ing citizens of this community in the long ago To this union there was given seven children Mrs Eddie M Hainline of Mt Sterling Misses Gertrude B Anna P Minnie K Charles D Gail M and Henry N Ledridgo Miss Minnie time youngest having preceded him to the grave some fourteen months ago Mr Ledridge was a quiet hon est intelligent gentleman of the old school whose word could be depended on Had traveled ex ten irony Had been connected with W A Gaines Co for years was quite a favorite with time ollicials of this large corporation and all who know him The funeral was conducted trOltl the family residence at 757 Fourth Avenue Monday morning at ten oclock August 20 1005 Rev M B Adams officiating lime active pull bearers were David Nicol A C Pilkington J S Ray B Woitzol IL II Whittington and M P H Williams Jr W e Everybodys friend Dr Thom as Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain fuAIj t w STAMPING GROUND Mr r W Agee and wife of Oweuton visited her brother Mr A M Duvall this week Mr W T Stockdell bought a nice yearling steer of Mr R S Sprake for 2150 Mrs J T Wash and daughters t have returned from a trip to French Lick Springs Ind Mr W H Gatewood has re turned from a visit to Drennon Springs Squire S B Triplett and laughter Miss Carrie are visiting his daughter Mrs Fannie Acres at Decatur I lid Mr R S Sprake and Mr J H Waring attended the reunion of Morgans men at Parks Hill last week They also attended the meeting of the Hurst Home In surance Co at Millorsburg Mr Ollio Murphy son of Mr J D Murphy wo regret to learn is very low with consumption- Mr Tweet Perry is very ill with B rights Disease Mrs Frankio Chappoll of How ard Canada is the guest of her cousin Air D Murphy She is a native of Scott county and is thinking of purchasing a bluegrass farm and bringing somo of her late husbands thoroughbreds to it UNO LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS I am the luckiest man in Ar kansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after live rears- of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and Town my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottlo and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures tho worst coughs mind colds or money refunded At all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottlo free i t JO j t 4 r PER5ONALMr lantic City MrT JBrlslan and wife arc at Atlantic City X J H Wilson went to Falmouth SaturdayMr 1 Perkins is visiting friends in LouisvilleMiss S Gray is visiting friends in Louisville Judge Ben G Williams left Thursday for Morehead Miss Ada McEwing is visiting at Ca tawba Springs Mr Paul B Collins left Wednesday for Law renceburg Miss Amy Lyons has gone to Versailles to reside temporairly Mr W C Kehr of London is visiting his mother in this city Mr Vernon L Clark of Phoenix Ariz is visiting friends here iMis Bessie Goodwin has returned from weeks vacation Mrs Mary Todd Xlcol visited relatives in Lexington this week Mr Walter Crady is visiting relatives r nt Buffalo Larue county Mr Win Montgomery has gone t French Lick Springs Ind tMiss Anne Church of Louisville is f spending her vacation here Mr Richard K McClure Jr has gone to Torrent for a short visit LMs Mary Brown Day has returned White Sulphur Springs Mr Albert H McClure left on a busi- nesst trip Thursday morning iMisses Ruby and Eva Macklia have gone to Mackinac for a short stay Mrs Hugh Branch and daughter have t returned from a visit to Louisville tCapt M H Insko of Carlisle Deputy was in the city this week Mrs John Phythian and children have gone to Corbett Wyoming to reside Mrs E C Stephens has returned from a visit to her mother at Aberdeen Ohio Mr S A Thomas wife and daughter visited friends in Georgetown this week Mr Omer Wilson of Washington City joined his wife here in visiting relatives Mrs N F Richardson and daughters visited relative in Louisville this week Mr David P Davis and wife returned from a trip to New York City on Wednes dayMiss Kathlene Mahoney of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J J McGurck South Cordelia Kendall and daughter Miss Cordelia left Wednesday for Louis yule Mr Frank Heeney has East for the purchase of stock for Heeney Bros Rachel Cromie who has been the Itguest of friends at Paris has returned t1 9 MrHervey Berrymanof Phoenix Ariz Q1is the guest of his sister Mrs W H h Miss Maria Dupuy left Thursday for Rochester X Y to visit her grandmother Mrs H K Withrow of Lewlsburc W Va is the guest of Mrs JasF Montgomery MemphisTennC BullMr L Jett Jr of Decatur Ills is the guest of his father Judge W L Jett Sr Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner visited Mrs John Shaw at Jetts this week Mrs W S Farmer nnd Mrs M B Adams attended the Lawrenceburg Fair this week fMrs Jno L Jones and daughter Mrs Jesse P Williams are visiting friends at Normandy Mr Win Cromwell wife and son re turned from their European trip on Sun nightFj Crowe and children have gone to the seashore for the remainder of the summer Mrs W B Scott and son of Paris are guests of her parents Mr C C Hazel rlgg and wife Miss Josephine Kavanaugh who has been visiting friends in Covington has returned home Miss Virginia Bowles who has been visiting friends in Georgetown returned home Saturday Mrs M B R Day was called to Louis villeWednesday by the serious Illness of Mrs Mary Bull Mr Luther F Violett of Cincinnati the guest of his parents Hon Jas A Violett and wife Mrs W1 Mahoney and children of New Orleans La are the guests of Mrs J Gray McLean Master Weston Bergman of Irvine Is the guest of his grandparents Capt I T and wife Miss Anna P Ledrldge of Mt Sterling was called here by the death of her father Mr Jas Ledridge Mrs Mollle Ballard of LaG range who has been the guest of Mrs E E Rosson bas returned home Mr Lottie Watson who has been visit tug her son Mr Geo Watson in Kansas has returned home Mr1 B Lewis of this office spent Saturday evening and Sunday with his family in Versailles Miss Laura Hodges of Lexington was the guest of her aunt Mrs J W Hughes nt Woodlake this week Miss Ruth Hundley who has been vis sting Mrs R M Bergman In Irvine re turned home Yednesday Mrs W L Cannon of Midway at tended the funeral of Mrs H S Me Cutcheon on Wednesday 1MrCulln Duke nnd wlfeof Louisville were guests of MrD B Wulcutt and Shelby street this week wifeI MrW S Farmer left Sunday l4 r r sveA iwJ4 r O1cAiYil lk New to purchase his fall stook of dry goons lord notions Miss Milton of LaGrange who has bftii the guest of Miss Mary Todd West Side has returned home Mrs Lelthn Williams of Louisville who has linen the guest of Mr Jesse P Will lams has returned homo Mrs W B Johnson and children who have been visiting relatives nt Lexington have returned home Judge J H Polsgrove returned Wed front the National Convention of Eagles nt Milwaukee Wis Mrs Nannie Rodman Duvall of Cleve mint Ohio who has been visiting friend- here has gone to Louisville Mr flout L Suter who has been living in Okalnboma tor several years visited relatives here this week Hon W F Browder and wife of Rus sellville attended the funeral of Mrs H S McCutcheon on Wednesday Mr Jacob Robinson wife and son of Forest Ills is visiting relatives here for the first time in twenty years Mrs Jennie Cardwell who has been visiting her sister Mrs J L Watson in Lexington has returned home Mr1 J McIIenry of Louisville at tended the funeral of his niece Mrs H S McCutcheon on Wednesday Mr Jno M Bull and wlte attended the marriage of Mrs Duns sister Miss Cum mings in Louisville this week Mrs Eli Raube of Denver Col who hm been the guest of her sister Mrs W Henry Gnyle has returned home Rev H H Sneed nnd wife of Gulf port Mss visited their daughter Mrs 1J B Welsenburgh Jr this week Mr Ed Posey and wife of Chicago Ills who have been guests of Dr J A Posey and wife have returned home Mr W Harry Jones of the Frankfort Shoe Co was called to West Virginia Friday by the fatal illness of his wife Mrs Robt Settles and children of Mt Sterling came down Sunday to attend the funeral of Miss Elizabeth Shackleford Mrs W T Bnckner nnd children of Shelbyv tile were the guests of her parents Col no F Davis and wife this week Mr W P Williams who has been th guest of his motherinlaw Mrs S C Bull returned home Saturday morning Misses Clarice Coleman and Katherine Staten have returned from n delightful visit to Mrs Sallle Jettnear Jett Station Mr Albert A Stoll Jr and Miss Let tie Stoll of Louisville were the guest of their nnnt Mrs Guy Borrett this week Mrs Jno M Jameson and daughter Miss Martha who have been visiting rel atives nt Cynthiann have returned home Miss Mnry Keith Miles of Lexington was the guest of her parents Mr John E Mlles and wife Saturday and Sunday Mnj J A Grant and wife who have visiting their daughter Mrs Asa Walker at Washington City have returned home Prof J J Rncker of Georgetown was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adnms on Wednesday and attended the Franklin Association Mr Joseph lL Staten of RichmondVa- was in the city last week visiting his wife and daughter wno are with relatives at 333 Todd street Dr C A Fish has moved his office Into the rooms lately occupied IT ATnOllnto n r Brown over at the St Clair street bridge Mr Jno DQuin of Bowling Green nnd Miss Marguerite Qainof Lexington spent Sunday here the guests of their sister Mrs W G Goodwin Mrs Eugene Ely and two daughters Edith and Helen of New Albany Ind are guests of Mr Wnlter G Chapman nnd wife Wnpping street Mrs Phillips nnd daughter Miss Phillips and Louise and Cecil Phillips of Danville nre the guests of Mr A C VnnWlnkle Conway street Rev Dr J N Prestridge editor of the Baptist Argus Louisville way the guest of Rev Dr M B Adnms on Thursday and attended the Franklin Association MrsJDCoke and daughterMiss Jessie of Louisville were called to the city Sun day on account of the death of Mrs Cokes grandaughter Miss Elizabeth Shackle fordJudge J S Morris of LaGrange and Mr N Lindsay South have formed a law partnership and opened an office in the- Vl01ett St Clair street formerly occupied by Dr Fish Mrs George Adams and daughterMrs Will Nutter of Lexington were in tho city on Thursday ns members of the big excursion and called on their relative Miss Nora Miller of this olllce EXCURSION AROUND THE CIRCLE There was an excursion on Thursday from Lexington by way of the Southern Railway to Tyrone thence down the river on the Blanton excursion boat and thence back home bythe LtC K Railroad There was a very large crowd They stayed here long enough to see the sights of the city OFF FOR CAMP AT HENDER SON A squad of Battery A Second Regiment Kentucky National- Guards of this city left Thurs day morning for Henderson they will go into camp with the Third Regiment Itching torturing skin erup tions disfigure annoy drive 011 wild Doans Ointment brings quick reliefand lasting Fifty cents at any drug curesj IjtWti 6W fUNERHL NOTICES HIRAM LODGE NO 1 The members of Hirnin Lodge requestedtosonic Temple this Saturdayafter noon at 280 oclock for the pur pose of attending the funeral and respectsto our deceased brother Owen 11 Purr By order of CHAS N WIARD Master Attest THEO WYLIE Secy FRANKFORT COMMANDERY NO 4 Attention Sir Knights The members of Frankfort Commandery No4 Knights Templar are hereby notified to report at the Asylum in Masonic Temple this Saturday afternoon at 280 oclock in full dress tor the purpose of attending the funeral of our deceased frater Sir Owen M Furr By order of- THEODORE WYLIE Commander ATTENTION ELKS FrankforteLodge No 580 B P 0 Elks are requested to report at the Elks Home this Saturday after noon at 280 to march thence to the Christian Church to attend the funeral of Bro Owen Mr Furr Street cars will be provided to carry the members no the cem eteryBy order J S TAYLOR Exalted Ruler G L ROBERTS Secy ENFORCE THE LAW We believe there is an ordinance of the city providing for the pun ishment of those who leave horses attached to vehicles unhitched on the streets It certainly needs enforcement On Saturday last there was buggy and a twohorse wagon both left unhitched and a runaway resulted in a broken wheel in one case and several vehicles badly wrecked in the otherStop this bad practice SOLDIERS RETURN FROM BARBOURVILLE Battery A Second Regiment Kentucky National Guards of this city under command of Capt C W Longmire returned Tues day from Barbourville bringing the colored woman Annie Henson who was sentenced to the Penitentiary fcr fifteen years for conspiring to murder a white woman a DLEarly Risers The famous little pith GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell my farm of 102 acres of fine land located on Main Elkhorn next to Mrs P IRaileys farm Good improve ments barn etc Two tenant houses Forfurther particulars address MRS t J TODD Frankfort Ky Aug 4 1m Dr Weavers Treatment Bjrop purifies the blood Cento heals skin creation STREET CAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for 00eu in and every ten till 930 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery line they leave same place at 030 a m and every thirty min utes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 1010eLeestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 050 a in and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt vt Wl iiM JJj 8UJVIMER1CLEARANCE SALE tiSA PTTR Y 4V Sale Continence of our Summer Clearance Organdies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens Mulls Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES f SILKS Nobby designs in Dress Silks 32ic 37C 50c reduction from jpOc G5c and 75c Beautiful designs in Dress Patterns will be offered at surprisingly 1 low figures WOOL DRESS GOODS White and Cream Wove Dress Goods in cluding Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37c 48c 50c and 65c 1fitgreat now 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 GLASS OF TRADE 1 There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear anyIfactory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any buyingWe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentafcive will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage Goz VERSmifES KY H K WARD C M BROWNING President Sec and Treas The Flower of Flours IS Pride of Madison A Jj JR IFor sale at tle following stores W A Howard John Driscoll M Ellwanger VJ Suottow Geo Salender Rogers Bros C G Marshall Mrs Geo Phillips Halnihuber Kessler Agnes Hale Will iam Crouse L C Guthrie T E Glenn W V Crossfield C W Vogler N Clark W T Ballow T A Brammel Geo Yagel- MANUFACTURED BY HISS SONS 4 ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones t 47mnHEARNS HORSE SALES A SUCCESS Mr W F Henrn has estab lished a horse exchange for the sale of horses vehicles etc at his Ann street livery stable He held the first sale of horses on Saturday last and made quite n success of it- Auctioneer Showalter cried the sale and all hands were pleased with the results attained JUDGE R L STOUT TO LEC TURE Judge Robert L Stout of the iJ 1 t Jt I JIclasses of the Kentucky University Law School at Lexington His subject will bo Pr Sessional Ethics Judge Stouts high stand ards and training und his distin guished attainments will make his utterances on this subject of the greatest interest and value not alone to students but to judges practitioners and laymen as well Dr Wruvors Treatment 8ynpforthe blood Cerate treklptto Wik Linen Suits Pony Style were 1350 and lfi only 558 5jCO Shirt Waist Suits H2R 350 Solid Black Lawn Shirt Waist Suits 250 500 Fino Pleated Linen Skirts 300 THEATRICAL NEWS Interesting Notes of the Big In dependent Attractions That SeasonF week was added to tho Shuberts New York string of playhouses giving thorn and their associates a total of ten in the metropolis The recent addition is the new Lincoln Square Theatre at 05th Street and Broad filrmgedforof Walter N Lawrence who con trols the Madison Square Theatre Mr Lawrence w illopen the new higlclass of attractions it will be ex clusively devoted Mr Lawrence l will continue using the Madison Square Theatre for light com edies The recent acquisition of StuyvesantTheatre Theatre by the Independents gives plnyhosesinthe syndicate t The entire Blue Moon Com pay with James T Powers will r be taken from New York to Cin cinnati two weeks prior to the 4opening of tho big London musi cityThatrehearsals on the huge stage of the Springer Music Hull where the play is to soave its American engueqi longer than the average run in ii that city The xtondedstay is made possible through the ox traordinary character of tho pro I auction Louise Gunning will play and sing the lending role in the Shu berts prediction of the beautiful comecyVeroniql1o opens in Philadelphia early in September Miss Gunning in voice and personality is cap playVeroulgnehearsal at the Lyric Theatre Now York The Tourists run in Boston was ono of tho surprises of the summer season This R H Burn sideGustav Korkor musical com edy went to the Majestic Theatre t in the llw h for two weeks and re mained two months The com t pany will bo oven stronger than that seen in Boston when the piny Special MidSummer OfferingI of Various Merchandise Enticing price reductions have been made un our attractive lines of gofnjawayspccialaHand Bags Purfos etc nil the little things thnt go to enhance tho comfort find pleasure of n trip Wo also offer a variety of merchandise including durable and fashionable Rain Coats and Umbrellas Skirts Handker chiefs Ribbons at pricey sadly shrunken Of special interest is our Cleanup Sale of Linen Suits and other summer wearable Tho reductions on these are notable and similar values can not be found Neednt wait for a better chance to supply your wants intheso directions it wont come glance at tho following items proves our lowprice contentions Hand Bags Gloves Ii Little Needfuls Effectsa Hose Mennens Talcum lowder 15c 100SpecialSpecial Value 200 Bags for 10095c Childrens White Lace Hose 19e Fritzi Scheff Belt 25c and fiOc Gray Lisle Gloves All Linen Handkerchiefs 8c All New Goods j1fjButton White Silk Gloves 100I Colored Umbrellas I16- 0r o begins the regular season ai the Majestic Theatre New Yorkon Labor Day IThe 150th performance of The YorkIcelebrated before this breezy musical satire goes on tho road IIJouis Mann and Clara Lipman begin rehearsals for their revival of Julie Bonbon They have retained almost the identical cast that helped Miss itsIYork last winter ofIIIarvarlthe middle western cities following tho end of its run at the Gar rick Theatre Chicago the latter part of August Pile demand for this splendid college comedy in the territory contiguous to Chicago on account of the extreme favor with which that city re enceII LowleIseasy passages of the bowels LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER have a full lire of all tho latest styles in wall paper Call and ex aniino stock O M BRIDGE FORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23U DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION The good steamer Falls City isI delightfulexetirsions this welling Its a fine opportunity to get cool these hot nights DONl DRAGI Dont drug along with a dull billions heaVy feeling You need a pill Use DeWitts Littlo Early pIllsiDoare sure Sold by J W Gayle e 7l LPL genuineLaxativetho remedy that cures n cold In ono doyI = A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet WILL save you hundreds ofsteps because everything you need in the preparation of a meal can be found in tho cabinet without your going back and fourth from the kitchen table to pantry and closet A ilcDougall Kitchen Cabinet takes the placo of tho kitchen table and gives you the same unobstructed 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 tho 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 menu to yon in the saving of tine as well as in the saving of steps Think what it wouid 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 I tJly SOi4E AGENTS ADDRESS OF LEAGUE The following card explains itself To the Temperance People of the StateThe of the Kentucky AntiSaloon League desires to say that the question of the constitu tionality of the County Unit Law will be fought out on a case that will come up from Mt Sterling at once The County Unit Law forbids precinct elections to bo held separately on the same day as anelec tion for the entire city of which the precinct is apart The tem perance people of Mt Sterling presented a petition in duo form to the Judge of county asking for an election for tlfe city of Mt Sterling as a whole The saloon interests presented four petitions asking for four sop orate elections in four precincts of Mt Sterling on the same day as the city election This the law distinctly forbids But the county judge held the county unit law and void and ordered the precinct elections as the saloons interests desired This brings the issue squarely and it will be fought out from the County Court to the Court of Appeals We tire en ti rely confident of winning the case We know of course that the legal fight must come and are glad that it has COIIM soon and upon so well defined an issue Should the case be lost which we do not expect our next move will 4- i THE E H TAYLOR JR SONS Frankfort Kentucky l it i I tt counsel will be employed to defend our law In the meantime let the legal fights go on with redoubled vigor as if this question had not been raised Your legal rights will be taken care ofnnd the contests can be pursued with the utmost confidence M B ADAMS President Kentucky AntiSaloon League Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens stom ach bowels anti liver and puriiieu the blood- + Na NO MORE OENOIiNNATI EXCURSIONS THIS SEASON Owing to the de nruuls Cor locomotives to move the heavy freightage on the rail roads there will bo no more Sun dilly excursions out of this city to Cincinnati IN SUMMER Why does tho sun burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do we fool unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time Answer 11- 0dont Vo use De Witts IVitelni Hazel Salve anti those little ilU dont bother us Learn to look for tho name of Eo C Iellittt1 Co on the box to get the genuine Should bo kept handy Sold by J W Gayle APPOINTED Mr John Miles Km mitt at present substitute letter carrier has been appointed to the full poi tion to suceeetlMr Owen M burr deceased Mr Emmitt took the civil service examination and was appointed substitute some months since SSB9 Early Risers The famous little pills e Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Sncwurul treatment l and skin diiewo Rain Coats and Jackets You will needa Vrap for your vacation trip Note these prices 1500 Coats 1100 11350 Coats 1050 1000 Coats SOO Shwoing of New Fall Styles Special Values at 1000 R ROGERS SONSFRANKFORT KY ANTISALOON Montgomery unconstitutional Montgomery OLD TAYLOR PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEYI Proprietors Statei extraordinary SkirtsFirst 500 75o WANTED Gentleman or lady byhail250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly anti expenses ad stampJos42Om JOHN EDG- EBEICKMAS01T FR9NT FJRT KY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 58 3tjrn Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July 1IU sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest HIW A M and 514 PI Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York Itidiniomi Old Point and Norfolk 101S M and 741 P 31 Daily JUlyr INC Fool Song For people in troublewe- just some how cant help it But if oc got you in trouble by buying cheap flour just buyJEM next time and your troubles will be over TIle J1E PI milling GO ra TAE Frankfort HoqntlaDoutI I = Entered at the postutlice at Frankfort KOI t turky as secondclass innilablt matter rGEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub t FRANKFORT AUG 25 1906 r N KINA PlI8SSO CIATION This largo body of Christian f people held their nnnunl Associn tion at Bothel Church this coun- tyh on Wednesday nnd Thursday of this week where were over 2000 people present and they enjoyed this oldfashioned meeting to the full est extent r The reports from all of the fifteen churches represented showed gratifying progress along all lines and expecially as re Bards contributions to missions 4 both home and foreign Thejjnet increase in membership for the year was about 150 making the- total membership of the churches composing the body about 8650 In the necessary absence of Rev Dr J R Sampey pastor of the Forks of Elkhorn Church who was to have preached the introductory sermon Rev A Paul Bagby the new and able young pastor of ProvidenceJJand Mt Pleasant churches preached a delightful sermon from the text Then said the Jews behold how beloved him It was a tender presentation of the love of ChristI A large amount of business was transacted Dr U V Williams was re elected Moderator as were Messr wWellington Lee Treasurer E R Jones Clerk and Crawford Lee Assistant Clerk e SAD DEATH Mrs Sue McHenry McCutcheon wife of Hon Harvey S Mc Cutcheon of Russellville died in that city on Monday last aged 25 yenrsl McCutcheon was the only child of the late Mr D McHenry of this city and had lived here all her life until her marriage to Mr McCutcheon last October She was a handsome and lovely young woman She leaves a tiny 1baby girl and her brokenhearted husband to mourn her untimely deathThe remains were brought here Wednesday the funeral services conducted by Revs Alex C Hens loy and E A Penick afterwards the interment took place in our i cemetery a ICOMiIISSIONEH Hon James S Harlan son of Justice John 11 Harlan of the U S Supreme Court has been appointed by President Roosevelt us a member of the Interstate Commerce Commission- Mr Harlan is a splendid young lawyer and had served with great credit as Attorney General of Porto Rico under appointment oft President McKinley He has a large and lucrative practice and- doubt if he can afford to accept t tilt place CONTINUE II Those who are gaining flesh and strength by regular treat l withScotts Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weather smaller dose anda little cool milk with It will do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heatedseason Send for free ample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York and 1005 all druggists uo Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Cervine Cured IIdisordersI feel it is my duty to let you know that medicines have cured little girl of nineof spasms She commenced having them at the three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she dtd not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits a form He did her no good She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself 1 commenced giving it to mtchild I gave her in all ten bottles ofthe and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and ihg has not had an attack since we com mftced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervou ness and we her permanently cured I enclose her ture in iaw lost her reason and was e for three months from the effects oTLaGnpfie Sis bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much for your good medi cines and kind advice I dont there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMims HANNAH BARKSTT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and first bottle Dr Miles bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addzn Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad WILL BOARD AT CASTLE LILLARD Tom Offutt a colored man was arrested by Officers Hamilton and Harrod on Wednesday and lodged in jail charged with burglary in entering the home of Mrs W M Salfell corner Fourth Avenue and Shelby streets on Monday afternoon and taking 4800 It seems that the fellow climbed on n back porch and entered through a back window and took the money from under a pin cushion on a dresser He was caught with the goods AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeace withtheworld feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good workand good results The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a bet ter workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your dis position Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep stomach in tune and both respondLittlecan be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much hotter man you are Try a little Koclol for dyspepsia after your meals Sold by J11r Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you eat + AWFUL CALAMITY IN BIG SOUTH AMERICAN CITIES The dispatches give terrible ac counts of the earthquakes fol lowed by fires in the big South American city of Valparaiso and ether large cities of that region It is safe to say that 2000 per sons have perished and ninny thousands been injured by the awful disaster while many mil lions of dollars in property have been destroyed GEORGETOWN GO S WEI In the local option election held at Georgetown on Saturday last the whisky men won by the narrow margin of 21 votes in a total of about 900 votes as compared with a majority of 100 the last time it was tried with a total of less than SOOtAo her vote wilb be taken in the whole county inI the near future GRAND COUNCIL Y M L The Grand Council Y1I1 win inv session in this city from Sun day until Tuesday evening Much business of importance was transacted The following were the oHicors elected for till ensuing term Grand Chaplain Rev Wm B Ryan Winchester 1Gmnd President A F Martin of Louisville Grand Vice residentsA J Smith Lebanon C A Hill Leb nnonGrnud I Secretary and Treasurer E C Dawson New Haven Grand Marshal J J Saly DirectorsGeo A Lowe Memphis F G Adams Louis ville J L Lenihan Louisville Jos Baker Carrollton F W Arnold Owensboro Supreme Delegates Jas T Sheely and John J Sullivan LouisvilleA banquet was served at the Capital Hotel on Tuesday night Mr John P Hanley was Toast masterThe following were the toasts and respondents Brotherhood J A Reardon Our Holy Father Rev 1 M AhmnnnFrnternityA J Martin Good of time OrderE P Slat teryThis has been one of the very best Councils ever held They are loud in praises of the hospitable treatment accorded by Lambert Young Council of this city rIF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Ten or Herb Tablets and do no find them the best medicine you- ever used for Constipation Torpid Liver Sick Kidneys Sour Stoma nch Sick Headache Neuralgia Dyspepsia Indigestion Malaria Dizziness nnd Bad Breath we will refund the money They work day and night and you get up in the morning feeling like a now person Try them 20 cents Tea or Tablets For sale by Frankfort Drug Co THE USUAL RESULT A woman of the demi monde by the name of Mary Belle Souther land took an overdose of morphine on Wednesday morning and died from its effects about 11 oclock of that day notwithstand ing the efforts of two physicians who were called in She was from Owen county and had only been leading a life of shame a short while The remains were taken charge of by Coroner Graham and in terred in our cemetery rA HEALING GOSPEL The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its u 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 sofstrong 1 have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of mo Greatest rem edy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at all drug gists Price SOc rPROMINENT DISTILLER- DIES By the dispatches in Mondays papers we learn that Mr M V Monarch of Owensboro one of the most prominent distillers of Southern Kentucky has died at his home in Owensboro of paraly sisAL one time Mr Monarch was one of the wealthiest men in that section his holdings being over lOOOOOO But it slipped rap idly away and he died in straightened circumstances Pleasant 1 r to3taher LaxativeS ib J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION J Ask Your DoctorA- nd arejhe will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts 1tableabout a complete cure ridding you of as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousnessI Bloated Feeling etc J Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLEr Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades FingerstScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows f Thresher Machine Oil t Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches J Pipe Fittings and Wrenches t 4 FRANK G STAGG lHardware Paints Oils Etc 1w Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky 100 HICH BRIDGE I AND RETURN SUNDAY AUGUST VIA 26 II F C Ry Queen Crescent Route SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES FRANKFORT 930 A M Dancing Pavilion Excellent Music Dining Hall Meals both a la Carte and Table de Hote Swings and Shelter Houses Fare to Georgetown on above Train 50c Round Trip For further information apply to C W HAY rlf General Passenger Agent c1JrI 4 rKf L 4ftlr fIr WA LfMAM WATCH S ARE GIiRR ALL OVEft7HE WORII Cases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver 1 r 230 St S IF YOU BUY IT AT ITS GOOD Written for the Roundabout FARMING I wish you might have see that wonderful garden with it rows of variegated hollyhocks borders of thyme calamus lava 0derarbor bushes of black and red f currants hedge of sage and th hop vines running at will over th ashhopper shed The long rows of bee hives told of much stored and the little running of grandpa about women afeared of bees had us stand pat in spite of inward cow ardiceWe paused beside the well to drink from the mosscovered bucket and think over the pres ent happiness while grandma skeered a flock of chickens over the fence and shewed a cat that was after the chickens My chile she said on her re turn Thars many a picter Rik this hero gardyn Before you he finished up yer life work sorror i a goin ter treat yer like briars inI a patch if yer heart is not for givin hit mus be made sof harder or broken Ther dear Go knows an whar ever yer may b yerThem grandmathatan nothin is free but ther fresl- stir an ther sun We uns bea burdens alone an buy shelter food an clothin with brain an hardwork If somebody givs hit ter us hits not ours Them beesj make work a blesein an kill therdrones tt ithoutmercy Thars reason in hit Now them thar vegetables inns be wurked ter git rid uv weeds an still I think weeds is good fur ther groun soil bettern I ther fertilizers John brags about This gardyn hes bin in use fur over 50 year an is still fine roun gravestonesJanes r too In ther closure ol granpnp an sister Polly Sister Polly was a heroins in ther early days uv Kentucky She L rode on horseback across ther mountains IJdied alone with her six All ther Doctors For Stomach T r Heart and Kidneys Dr Shoops Restorative Is a Cane f Curenot a Symptom Cure is a common mistake to take nrtlflclul lcefor stomach troubles or heart stimulant weak heart or so called kidney remedies for 1It kidneys These organs do not uct separ or of their own accord they huvo no con over themselves ond not onto In time sickness the fault of the organ It Kthe of the nerves which control the organ and only through these j nerves can stomach kidney or heart dlsv0orders be cured Dr Shoop of Racine Wisconsin learned early In his medlcnl experience thatthese inside nerves were the power nerves that lthrouuh thorn Onlr was it pos slbletocurein dlftittonueartv burn beloh bBo1ruobebeartOrients dls ease and all other afTcctlona of tho kid nays For allot these alltncnts are not separate sicknesses and arc not to treated as such They are merely symptoms of inside nerve weak nose and when tae nerves are restored disappearThethese ailing nerves is known us Dr Shoops orkldnsrStior can now be of druirstsu Yvrywbere For sale and recommended by t 0 ALL DEALERS r t i fl 1JtiM Iy EEPING A GOOD WATCH IIs 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 nlovementsIplace here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers 1M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler 8ELBERTS Clair reet ACROSS FENCES sweetness comments stonewall sickness the couldnt save her an even ter this enlighten age thars no cure fur hit Grandpap wus in ther revo gosol up an anther muskit Bring them apples Josh may be Mrs Warner cud eat em- They were delicious and grand hourese to or supper telling me to walk to the spring and see the baby calf over the cross fence- Grandpa informed me that his crop of honey averaged 200 pounds He had about 25 hives and the wax was sold to the drugstore at a fair per cent The hives were made at the cost of 2 each The honey brought 15 cents per pound The trouble was paid willingly I wended my way down the wellworn path to the spring runulueg over ricsh viting Just outside a sound ofI laughing rippling told where the water escaped into a wooden Biddey new I at sweet leisure My eyes rested on one of grandmas picters and the view was lovely silvepmeadows Trees of broad girth and elevation reached out graceful boughs to air and sunshine A flock of crows cawed news to Josey Shadows grew apace while a peace of mind settled th dreg of unquiet conscience There was a determined intention not to interfere with any of the complex undercurrents which like subterranean rivers were lying beneath my daily life Grandpa had crossed fences be fore me His philosophy was reasonable and I felt that coming heel to the country was like a true purpose or a true passion not vain Not any sentiment possible to humanity is in itself wrong but like anger is only wrong when undisciplined injusticehroodoer imaginary grievances a pnltry cause It is cruel to memorize wrong The corn tassel was ripe Where were the darkies on tho old plantation And as J walked across the log bridge the smell of mint came on the air with the fragrance of crushed 0Abranch ready to swim Tho horse held his head over the barnyard bars and gave me a wolcom lug whinney I found grandma mixing corn meal for the chickI ens I took the pan them The yellow chicks were fat and healthy Grandmas purse would grow thereby when they woro sold The visit to IIload for tho next morning and supper was commenced It was a treat Broiled chicken muffins fried apples milk hutIi ter lightbread home made and poach preserves Old ham too was on the bill of faro find a cup of coffee such as I had never boforo tasted It was drunk to tho detriment ofnoro8 and tholrnight after the dishes were washed and bothold people smoked the pi of peace My room opened o on to a brickfloor porch Two doors and three windows co sealed space but a fireplace fill with phomoso a fourposter highbacktable completed the furniture striped rag carpet covered the floor and two faces in oilof youth and beauty looked down at me from the dark papered walls A candle lighted me to my bed and after I had lam fire limbs to rest the fiickeriu shadows of moonlight the dreams of day Perhaps you too my renders have been in strange rooms tape even the hushed quiet made you pulses beat louder and your heart notion almost cease Can you not hoar with me the katydid s singing the orchestra of the frog- and in the distance water faille 3 over the milldam The familiar sounds soothed me to a sweeter rest and there were dreams ofu home and mother once more mine A lover too who had passed into the silence nda white stone that marked a grave which was also mine Th shrillcrowing ofa rooster att ok me to daylight and there were tears upon my cheek I had cried in my sleep which was an omen of good fortune Springing on IIing Time ter git up my chile breakfast is a waiten SeCOX To be continued CASTORAI BoO fof Two Dyspeptics s H you aro too fat it is because your food strengthIfthat you sat aro not properly digested and Lean thin stringy people do not hav enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatine KodolDyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and In exactly those proportions necessary to organtoperfectdigestantbuilding tonic as well Hx dol digestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomac Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests tho stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Dollar ottl oldi2tt Prepared at tLe lab tlmuM mochtiUft oratory of EOD trial or cent tire ACoCblc 00BA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE n SPLENDID YOUNG MAN utDIES soned S District Court who was general manager of the Lexington an thAe x ington on Saturday Mr Barr was a splendid equipped young railroad man an civil engineer He will be sadly railroadHE WAS IN TROUBLE lrI was in trouble but found a way out of it and Im a happy man again since Dr Kings New Life Pills cured me ofchroui GoodsnsatisfactoryPrice DISITILLERY ldTSI 1 Quite extensive improvements Jttdgee C Herbst of Milwaukee Vis The distillery generally is being improveIand besides this a new warehouse of enlarged capacity is to be erected FRIGHTFULLY BURNED 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 fo Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at all druggists LITERARY NOTICE Thoughtful readers who are in- tovestigating the practical relntingtoforce etc will find much of in terest in the September issue of Suggestion a magazine devoted to practical psychology it deals plllcticallhygiene mental suggestion the subcon sicous mind brain building men etai science the New Psychology and allied topics The leading article explains the basic laws of healingiCo Chi cago 100 per year JO cents per 4 copy For dry cracked lips or rough skin use Dr Shoops Green Solve It positively makes lips and skin like velvet Sold by all dealers STUEHT CAR SCHEDULE forha m and every ten minutes thereoflur twentyminutesOn the cemetery line they leave someplace nt 030 a in gad every thirty ruin utea till 1000 p tugTPark curs a in anti every thirty minutes till 1010 p1I1 at1i1020 p m J D SALLEE Supt FreeIf In order to more thoroughly introduced the celebrated CRAN ITONIC HAIR FOOD and Dandruff Cure in this community we will everydcut out this advertised ment and present it at our store within ten days a regular sized bottle of this famous remedy for the hair and scalp HAIRcFOOD is sold under an absolute guarantee r Free To every third person who presents this ad vertisment within ten t days tf 1 W GA YLEfDruggist tCorner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky Illinois Central Louisville f Leaves p m Arrives i13 a m New Orleans Special No rNolaLeaves 720 a m Arrives 155 p m For Fulton Pnducah and intermediate points Connection to and Evan Elizabeth HodlUlltund Hopldnsville except no IIaiBengNo Accommodation 0192 i Leaves 430 p tn Ar 955 n m For Central City Connecting service to asSuttdiysAH Trains Run Dally New Fast Train TOtColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST In effect 5unduc Slav OObut a servicehroughCisco Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTTray Pass KyHGen Pass S Ticket Art St Low Mo r dRTTTnTFTKRJXto SIMPSO- NSONEHALF PRICE SALEo- n Mens and young Mens Two and Three Piece SuitsjEvery Mixed Suit in our House included and many of our Black and Blue Serges L Our Suits range in price from S10 to 83Sthis means a X10 Suit for 500 and a X35 Suit for 1750 Odd lour Suit cents lAll 500 350 300 X225A250 1S5 includes the Slippers in All 125 100 All 150 8120 iit our House for for Women All 100 i j fTtt IMlCft1Nf1 IOi LJi 3STo Goods Approval cash only Money Refunded Alterations Charged for CRUTCHER Sc SIMPSON 4 I MAIN STREET MARRIEDrr FARMERROLAND The an nouncement is mado of thA ap proaching of Mr Cecil Farmer of this city and Susan Roland of Danville Mr Farmer is the only son of Mr W Farmer and is a hus tling young business man who has f many friends here His brideto be is one of Danvilles prettiest and girls beloved by all who know her The wedding will occur in Oc tober JONESSHEPARD wedding of unusual place last Wednesday evening when William Bristow Jones a young 4man of great merit of Frankfort Ky and Visa Flora Belle Shep ard an attractive society of Covington were married at the- residence of the brides Mr and Mrs Sam Shepard of Greenup St The house was tastefully decorated with palms and cut flowers the arch beneath which the ceremony was per formed being especially effective The bridal party as the strains of Mendelshon peahd forth and during tho ooromonyj Traumerie was played by Mr Orr organist of the First Baptist ChurchThe bride looked resplendent in 4agown of embroidered chiffon a bouquet of brides rosesA was tendered the t young couple after which the bride changed liar wedding dress w for a suit of Alice blue for their bridal trip through the Southern States Later they will make their home- in Florida where the groom is principal of a High School t This marriage is the culmination of an acquaintance begun in r rrOneThird Off on all Knee Pants Suits Every Suit in our House included in this Salev OneThird Off on our Pants i OneHalf Price on every Hat in our House Knox and Stetsons ext Choice of any 200 Colored Shirt in our House 125 I Choice of any S150 Colored Shirt SLl5 Every Belt in our House OneHalf Price 50Cent liens Sox 3 pairs for 100 25 nid 35cent liens Fancy Sox 3 pairs for 50 cents s 100 Lisle Thread Underwear 75 cents per garment 50Cent Underwear 75 cents per Our 50Cent Neckwear 25 Fancy and White Vests in Wash Goods and Woolens OneHalf Price oxfords BJ All 400 Oxfords J All Oxfords This all Low Cut Shoes and I Oxfords Oxfords Men Boys and Misses IJIrf Slippers 075 fI aTIRJ1 iIO t sent on No All oaa f t marriage Miss I S sweetest interest took Prof girl parents S appeared carrying reception traveling cepted childhood both parties being graduates of the Frankfort High School and later at Georgetown College where Mr Jones took the A M degree and Miss Shepard the A B degree Among those who were present were Miss Betty Jones Mr Grover Jones of Lexington Presents were handsome and too numerous to mention X e MEANS MUCH A word of truth in a few words Nearly sill other cough cures are constipating especially those con tam lug opiates Kennedys Lax ative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Sold byJ W Gayle CONGRESSMAN RENOM INATED- Congressman D C Edwards of Laurel count was nominated for reelection at the Republican primary by a majority of about 8000 over Messrs John D White land C E Herd CASTORIAFor The Kind You to Always Bought Bears the- 8ignatnrfof d EXCURSION 10 HIGH RIDGE where will be an excursion from this city to High Bridge tomorrow Angust 20 over the F C and Q C Railways See ad in another place Ie Dr Cadys Condition rowucra are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier aitf vermifuge They are not food b jmedicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Price3 cents per packager rsale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle BRICKLAYER CUTS ANOTHER ITwo bricklayers employed at Capitol became involved in a row Saturday night when one Martin McNulty cut James Dunn in the neck null face with a razor inflicting dangerous wounds Dunn was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital whore Dr C A Fish dreised his wounds He has a chance to pull through Deputy Shoritf Pierce arrested McNulty and lodged him in jail SINGULAR OCCURENCE A day or so ago an unusually heavy blast was let oil at tho Cap itol grounds which was felt over in Voodford county at the Old Taylor Distillery some six miles away Just after that Mrs Hex Williams wife of the Superintendent of tho distillery went to her well to draw some water when she found the water running ant- at the top a thing never before known FALSE STATEMENT One John B Farmer was arrested on Wednesday in Louis ville for obtaining money under false pretenses Ho claims to hen stepson of the cashier of the Farmers Batik of this city Now it happens that Mr A W Overtoil is tho cashier of that hank never had any stepson and does not know the man at all NEARING THE END We regret exceedingly to an nounce that our boyhood friend and confrere Col John H Dryden Sr is nearing the Jutof lifes journey after one of the bravest fights we have ever seen He has the sympathy of every body r 20000 IN PREMruM tn oZw cJU W u- U w d 1U Till = BIG = BLUE6ASS =FAIR 2OO0O 1 IN f RMm IUM n 5 0Jm m 2 0tii 2 Qmff 1ILEXXl GTON SEPTEMBER 17 h T t2nd 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 end other information address QEO A BAIN Secy- Lexington Ky = 1Fq3 7 5 CINCINNATI AND RETURN l ACCOUNT Fall Festival t August 28 31 Sept 4 71114 18 and 21 1 Tickets limited to five days in addition to date of sale For full particulars apply to CHAS W HAY General Passenger Agent J I j- I ATTENTION BUILDERS I NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME c c St OF MR M whole was on the sad news came that Mr M Furr oldest son of Capt Chns 0 and Mrs Kate 0 Purr had away at his home on Third street this city Mr Furr was 84 years old last June and had been a letter car rier for the last years He was a and young man true to his of who made he was He had served one term as of the State Letter Was a and an Elk He had not been very for some time of rheu in his legs On last he was taken sick but was on the street That en J y name He was a of the Chrisr tian The shock to his father Capt C 0 Furr who was at vine Ind for rheu l and to his Mr D Furr who was en route to Mich for his and two to mourn his un ij end a host of who had been won by his and nature will be con by Rev C R the at 830 FROn tp SAFE AND our for the cure of human maladies is well proven Even the Indian had learned the curative value of some of these and the early settlers their uses Tho never liked work so ho wanted hU to get well as soon as possible that she might do the work and let him hunt ho dug rout for her for that was their tr at remedy for female Dr Pierce uses the same root called Blue his Favorite combined with other agents that make it more effective than any other medicine in curing all the various and painful to women Many afflicted women have been saved from the table and the sur geons knife liy tho timely use of Doctor Pierces Favorite Tender ness over the region with backache faintness bearing down pains or distress should not go unheeded A course of Favorite Pro will work benefit in all cases and effect a if in for a rea Bona tune Favorite is a harmless agent being Ji wholly from native medicinal roots without a drop of alcohol in Its make up whereas all other medicines put up for sale through for womans aliments contain largo of liquors which arc very harmful to delicate women Favorite con tains neither alcohol nor harmful habit forming drugs All its are on each bottle wrapper It is a tonic in to tho organs feminine For weak t and sickly women who arc wornout or for women who work In store office or who sit at the or sewing machine or bear nursing mothers Dr will prove a benefit because of its health and true scientific Pleasant Pellets Roof a of i Crimp Roofing lone and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing t Slaters Felt and Building Paper Cement Salt P C SOAER c9c 307309 Main IiDEATH OWEN FURR Wednesday community afternoon rOur passed sixteen genial companionable upright convictions right friends wherever known President Carriers Association Knight Templar strong complaining matism Sunday although feeling badly Monday afternoon andimember Church Martins being treated niatism brother Weston Mackiiiao crushingNbrothers timely besides 1obliging kindly JtThe funeral services Hudson Iifrom Christian Church oclock lADE NATIVE ROOTS RELIABLE plantstigrowing remarkable properties untutored Indian Therefore weaknesses CohoshIn Prescription skillfully weaknesses derangements peculiar operating Prescription lowerJlellc scription marvelous generally permanentcuro persisted Prescription druggists peculiar quantities especially Prescription ingredients powerful Invigorating imparting strength particular distinctly debilitated schoolroom heavhousehold burdcnsJ Favorite Prescription priceless restoring powert Dont Neglect Your BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry Full Line V Steel Lime f207309MninSt CO RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector being absent services will be as follows Sunday July 29 980 a m Sundayschool a m Morning Prayer and Sermon by Rev H H Sneed of Gulfport Miss 780 p m Evening Prayer pmEverybody BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Bnraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 715 p m In the chape- lPrayermeeting on Wednesday night atI7 chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a in and 745 p m The Lords Supper will be observed at 1080 a Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 745 In the chape The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody incited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 740 a in High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH There will be no service at either hour Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p JUIMETHODIST CHURCHRev JO- A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 7 45 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Epworth League at 045 m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastorbeingeither hour- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayer tneeting Wednesday at 780 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon e rCORRECTION Editor Roundabout I ask space to correct statement in this mornings Journal that Franklin Association endorsed Gov Beckham Such is NOT THE FACT The resolution sim ply commended the action of the Legislature in passing tho County Unit Law and tho enforcement of other laws So far from endorsjng Gov Beckham there were hut very few Bookham mon present and stun a thing would not be allowed TRUTH ANOTHER HOUSE AND LOT SOLD Messrs Shelton tC Morris sold on Friday for Mr L B Woisen burgh Jr u house and lot on Holmes street to Mr 0 B Poy ton for 1050 cash This is a very desirable piece of property d 1 BEATMS ROWDEN In Shelbyville on Thursday Mrs Rowden mother of Mrs E K Choate of this city SLATTERYAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Wednesday Mr William Slattery of New York of consumption- Mr Slattery was an employe of the General Supply and Construction Co now building the new CapitolLEDRIDGEIn this city on Saturday Mr Jas S Ledridge aged about 70 years Mr Led ridge has been an employe of Messrs W A Gaines tC Co for many years until ill health forced his retirement He leaves awife death and six children to mourn his The funeral services were con ductd by Rev Dr M B Adamson Monday morning and the in terment was in the family lot in our cemetery SHACKLEFORDMiss Eliza beth Shackleford daughter of Mr J W Shackleford and wife died Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents near Bridge port aged 17 years The deceased was a bright and attractive young lady who had made a large circle of warm friends during her brief residence in this county to whom her un timely death was a great shock She leaves besides her parents four sisters and one brother to mourn her loss She was a niece of Mrs B Todd rutcher of the Jett Station neighborhood and Mrs M B McKinney of this city The funeral took place Monday morning at 10 oclock from the Methodist Church of which she was a member after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending August 25 Armstrong Miss S Adams Charles Bunks Martha IrII1SI CrnmUll A H Coffee Dr John T Dass Lee Flor Miss Kuth- Farrol Andrew Frazier George Farris George French Miss Annie Gardner Miss Bessie Gordon Mrs Lucinda Haidlnp K D llerlster Robert Henderson Mrs Halliu House J C Kauter Crts J Lucas Miss Mollie Liddsey Will Newton Rev Powers Master Jeral Purkens Susie Hhlilles Katy Rice Ilallie S Hobson Miss Emma Roberts fconey tending Sarah IUltchltJ lvler Henrietta Wl1Ill1mI D tho above Utter please say advertised IGEO L BARNES P JI ANNUAL MEETING CAPITAL TRUST CO The annual meeting of the Cap ital Trust Co was held on Thurs day last A very satisfactory re port was made of the condition of the corporation The old Board of Directors was reelected REAL ESTATE SALES Mr Eugene Wallace real estate agent has made the following sales House and lot on Fourth Avenue property of Mr Thos L De Lime to Mrs Emma Gqius for 1750House and lot to Mr R C Hieatt for 2400 A1e ela llePreparalionforAs- silldlatldg thling th andB lsof Eromotes tIonCbee u1 tressaftdBestGonfains ocher Oprumlorpliliurnor JhwsM Nor NAHC OTIC l0 edO7dfJloig BooSrtL Jibjtnits ffurmllud for1 tionSourjStbmachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of FEW YOHR SECOND REGIMENT BAND AT MADISON The Second Regiment Band of this city rendered the music for the Madison Indiana Chautau qua this week This is one of thQ best bands in the State and is much sought after for this char acter of work ELECTRIC MASSAGE One of the luxuries of life to a tired man these days is an elec trio massage Mr E S Roberts in his St Clair street tonsorial parlor has an electric massage machine that does the business up to a queens taste and makes a tired and wornout man feel like a twoyear old Give him atrial CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature r of TheKind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA THI CINTIJR COMY ftlW When we make you an estimate on LUMBER you know what you are paying for each item Try u- sHammond Co i t t WINDUP PRICES l IN THE GREAT 1 McCLURE CLEARANCE SASE C The great summer clearance sale has reduced summer lines of merchan dise to very small proportions To close these out we make the following ridiculously low prices The lots are small so hurry 10 SUITS This sale starts this morning with about 40 suits left of our entire stock of mens handmade fancy suits The cheapest suit sold for20 the highest priced one for 25 Choice now for 10 But hurry 6 SUITS About 75 suits in mens and young mens sizes are left a few of which dolt as high as 15 the remainder at X12 and 10 Choice now for 6 But hurry 2 AND 15O SHIRTS 1 About ten dozen of these all made to fit and inviting patterns Plain and pleated bosoms Choice now 1 But hurry Manhattans not included in this offer t 5Oc SHIRTS 30c About 15 dozen negligees most of them sizes 15i 16 164 and 17 l Worth 50c now 30c But hurry l for the for the to be at the of 17 to 22 were last four was for in of the for the at the last of is of the in the and the on the of it will be the fair ever in The for were the first of last has It has come not of but One man in the of at and sec of the to for an of fjx hut the- to come to for the and wan to see will be It is the in the of will on the big of the fair in hie all six will be big I or to cases soot s For any top to toe any cause Dr Oil can t it is An t the will find it t his to at the J J to a on the and Cin on the of morn ing were to conic this The was soon e a she how how she is Dr has to of He to in two by as Dr or Dr Dr is and at It you It it it it it it cures Dr or is a nerve It u and see by all ra We are obli to Mr for a He has the best he says his this is not up to his his is too flat but he has are line will our Get a 5 cent box of at our We are test some for sour bad Dr the blood t Cerate for the ikia1 t l 1VestylesIfyourskid kid 30 of r P124C- hoice of any tan 20 of a IWewish to impress on you the necessity of coming quick for these small lots will rapidly vanish at these pricesT I = C L E7 m sQUTLOOK BRIGHT Bids privileges Big Bluegrass Fair held Lexington week September opened week Over thousand dollars realized these privileges which isn thousand dollars excess amount paid privileges State Fair year This itself indicative general interest Bluegrass Fair realization part those seeking privileges that most successful held Kentucky demand catalogues which issued week been very great only from every section Kentucky from many other States norther most section New York another Meridian Miss others scattered throughout various tions country have written Secretary Bain catalogues y4notwith idea making simply because xpect Lexington Big Bluegrass Fair exactly what program provided confidently predicted that largest crowds history Lexington assemble three days Secretary Bain enthusiasm declares that days equally days Itching bleeding protruding blind piles yield Doan Ointment Chronic DruggistLpain from from apply Thomas Ecloctric Pain stay where used BOY WANTED industrious boy willing learn business interest apply ROUNDABOUT OFFICE SHORT LINE TRAINS PASS THROUGH THIS CITY Owing wreck Short Line between LaGrange Icinnati Tuesday night early trains Wednesday compelled through city trouble rectified however When woman suffers from depressing weaknesses then keenly realizes helpless thoroughly worthless Shoop brought relief thousands such women reaches diseases peculiar women direct specific waysa local treatment known drug gists everywhere Snoops Night Cure andU constitutional internal prescription called Shoops Restorative Snoops Night Cure applied locally night works while sleep reduces inflammation stops discharges heals soothes comforts Shoops Restorative tablet liquid form constitu tional tissue tonic brings renewed strength lasting lifeywomen ortpositive helpful power Try them month Sold dealers IHANKS again placed under gations Henry Wright delightful watermelon always although crop year standardas ground what IHe please accept thanks Laxets store please think they great Just these tooth candylike Laxative Tablets constipation stomach biliousness breath muddy centsoWeaver Syrup Portflet tolntmentt itj il1Jit SMALL SIZE OXFORDS 198 Worth S25O S300 S35O and S40O Patent vici and gun metal leathers LAIRD SCHOBER TAN OXFORDS 108 About pairs these worth 400aid 500 Choice 198 But come quick WOMENS TAN OXFORDS WOMENS WHITE OXFORDS womans oxfords except Laird Schober Cos Also about pairs white linen welt sole oxfords worth 200 pair Now 124 DID YOU KNOW Father Williams Indian Ten gathered in the Rocky Mountains nets directly on too Mucous Membrane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the microbos and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Med cine will produce better results than any other in the market Ten lor tablet form 20 cents For snlo Frankfort Drug Co OASTO9ABears the1ilaJgnture tIof 0 CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Cincinnati 0 August 24 Special This city ranks first among others in the United States as the headquarters for chorus girls population figures not considered Stage Manager Bert Phojnix of the Shubert Theatrical Co of New York which through cour HouseIbig musical spectacle Tho Bluo Moon here declares that in all his experience lie has never seen so many attractive girls with good voices in any city of many times the size of this In Now York the chorus girl situation is critical Managers of musical companies find it next to impos sihle to secure as many girls as they desire to take chorus girl positions After days of effort the Shuberts succeeded in getting about a hundred suitable young women In desperation they began bO look in another direc tion cityItpapers that chorus girls wore wanted The next day at eleven oclock the time set by Phoenix two hundred comely young women thronged the corridors of Music Hall in the Fall Festival grounds prodnoedhad a technical knowledge of singing and about one hundred were engaged The next morning a similar numberjpresented them selves as aspirants for stage hon lJif tt IIi Ii ors and another hundred were selected from these This two hundred were thinned down to the required number Phoenix was amazed The cast of The Blue Moon peoIheard the score declare it to be the prettiest they have heard in years The Fall Festival produc AmericuIopening August 28 the first day of the Feast The music has never been heard in tIlL United States out side of tkis city as the London producers who have en a run of the piece in England for more than a year forbade its being sold In the socond act is a monster stage pageant in which engnglbutcitinela horses and similar live thejto have the funniest role in which he has ever appearedI- iAILIlOAD1I111I1AnLE L AccommodationLouisville Itll ves 540 a in Louisville Accommodation raTrainTrain Wetit JVp in Train East 049 u m Train last 420 p in C01ti- eFtlound 000 a in Westbound 014 p in Eastbound 1018 a in Eastbound 741 p in F0Le- aves for Parts 0 20 a in Returns ia2r u in Leaves for Paris J00 p in Returns 720 n in ITW WATSON Ticket Agent u KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PrlcoFOR100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK J011 TSTRANGElADVICE i Dr G G Green gives alert personal attention to his great pastyrehaveted with coughs colds throat or 1ung troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not receive nay special benefit after the use of one 75cent 6iza themdoctorthem to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Get man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice Jwe know by the experience of over 3S years that one 7send bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption and large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders QNew trial bottles 250 regJ ulor size 75C At all druggists fFor saje by J W Gayle UmBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY v MINTERURBAN vlParis Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 n in to p in and at p in Leave Paris every hour from a m to 8 p m and and p in J Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p in and at 0 and p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hourtfrom 0 a in to 0 p in and nt 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 to 7 p m and at 9 and p m E T Phone 610 Homo Phone 274 Managerltf uJ L