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THE FEAMFOET ROUNDABOUTrcri J A o GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance a I YOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 30 1904 NO 34 M PROMOTED We are Find to hear of the good luck of our voting friend Mr Mor rice Brock who loft hero four years ago and took a position with Iho Levee Board of this Mississippi River Then later ho was em played by Undo Sam as Tnspeutor of Lovoos A few h ys ago ho was promoted to the important plneo of Junior Enpineer of the Mississippi River Commission He was to have been homo sonic time ago but was detained on account of high water May success attend him in his now place NutIIionnImory There were some 100 invited guests who sat down with the company to the supper Judge J H Pohl rove was toastmaster and discharged his duty very accept ably Short impromptu speeches were made by several persons in r addition to the sot speech of Hon L Frank Johnson It was a very enjoyable affair f THAT NEW YACHT Messrs 1 Morgan Chinn W W Longmoor Chas M Bridpoford R C Nicol and W L Williams have purchased n new yacht to take the place of the Mary Houston which they sold to Messrs Kenney Bros == They have christened the new boat the MtShTBan uptodate and swift little vessel SALVATION ARMY SMOKER The Salvation Army under corn mand of Capt A B Cochnower and wife will give a cigarette meeting in their barracks on Wil kinson street on Sunday night at J 8 oclock p m Meeting every nighturing the week at the same hour Everybody invited 3K TAX RATE FIXED The City Council at its meeting on Monday night passed the ordi nance fixing the nity tax rate at 150 on tho hundred This is a reduction of 20 cents from the rate of last year Dr Weavers TreatmentISyrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions HEAVY STORM Wind Rain Hail and Lightning On Monday afternoon this city and vicinity were visited by one of the hardest storms of wind rain and hail accompanied by thunder and lightning that we have had this spring Whilo the wind did but little damage the hail Inflicted no little At tho greenhouses of Henry Lo chore at Thorn Hill there were sev eral hundred panes of glass broken out and the tender plants under them were badly injured Out in the county a good many farmers had their gardens almost ruinedland tho plants beaten into the ground The fruit buds at many places were knocked off and thus the prospect for fruit lessened The torrents of water that fell damaged the F S C Railway washing away the trestle just above the Forks of Elkhorn and at other places the track was badly washed All the small streams and the creeks rose very rapidly and they in turn damaged crops fences etcUp to A short while befoie the stornv broke the weather had turned very warm and sultry and ip looked as though we had jumped from winter into the midst of sum mer in a few hours However shortly after the storm commenced the atmosphere cooled off considerably especially after the hail had commenced to fall The hail stones were very consid erable in size and flIt in great quan titles The storm seems to have been general all over the State and im mense damage was done at Paris Carlisle Cynthiana Lexington and contiguous territory Luckily no lives were lost Frankfort seems to be especially exempt from damage from storms the hills which surround her breaking the force of the wind TOOK PRISONERS TO RICH MOND Deputy U S Marshal Rousseau True took the following prisoners to Richmond on Monday to stand trial in the U S District Court Judge A1 J Coohran presiding Fleming1Miller charged with violating the Internal Revenue laws- Robert Duncan of Fayetto county charged with counterfeiting f OXFORDSIThere here in Low Shoes this sea son that almost amounts to confusion THIS GIBSON TIE Made of Ideal Kid turn solo high Cuban heel is one of the sea son sswell shoos Price 8 PATENT COLT BLUCHERS Made of Corona Colt either Louis or French Heels new toes are Unusual values at 250 2 IDEAL KID OXFORDS Those are mad of genuine Bonds Ideal Kid in several differ out styles and wo think can not bo equalled for this price fl1 K1 McCLURE SON i 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY l l d ii CUT HALF IN TWO on r Never before the ladies of and Franklin county had an to such high class fine tailored perfect fitting ready to wear suits at prices We will not only offer some suits but every suit in the store at just Which of course is far below cost This is cutting that means a great deal to buyers Get in for one of r STYLE 1884 made of Cheviot trimmed I withsilk and brnid cape over shoulder prico5ISTYLE 8855 made of Novelty Suiting jacket satin lined trimmed with braid and buttons our regular price 1250 sale price X625 STYLE 419 made of nice quality Suiting jacket silk lined and very neatly trimmed belt attached regular price 1650 sale price STYLE 458 made of Sicilian brown or blue short jacket with bands of silk extra good value reg ular price 1750 sale price Thats we are going to do prices Ladies Tailor Made Suits Next Week have Frankfort opportunity buy such astonishing Half of Regular Prices early these 825 trimmed 8Th what with STYLE 1425 made of black or blue Voile Eton Jacket with silk lining trimmed with small buttons and narrow silk braid regular price 1950sale price 1 STYLE 428 made of fine cloth cape over shoulder silk lined jacket neatly 4 regnIlnr 9751 1025 4 STYLE 461 made of Sicilian with nnr row pin stripes It very serviceable suit 7 short jacket regular price 1850 sale price 925 4STYLE 451 made of Etamine in black or brown Eton Jacket Taffeta silk lined with lace in sleeves handsomely tailored prIce regular price 25 sale 1250 1 1I Remember that yon will have to come early if you want to secure these great values as we have only a limited stock left Sale begins Monday morning 9 oclock 1 G KAGIN fe BRO NO 41 AND 43 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE f i tJr PERSONAL = Rev M R Adams wont to Lex ington Tuesday Mr J Stvi tort Taylor has gone on n business trip to CMiicago Ills Col Geo U Fetter of Louis vole wits hero Tuesday Mr Win Cromwoll and wife have gone to Bowling Green 1 hrr B Harrison of Louisville was in the city this week Col T Hi tor Crocket went to Owenton Sunday a LexingtonIs spentfew t a Mr W Preston Kimball of Lex ington was in tho city Wednesday Judge H Clay Howard of Paris was here on Wednesday Miss Margaret Reading is visit ing friends in Louisville Mr Sid Duuthitt of Owen county was in the city this week Mr Theo Shaw of Lexington was in the city on Tuesday Mr Edmund W Taylor left yes terday for St Louis Mo MayfieldMr George A Lewis of this office went to Carlisle this week on Masonic business Mrs Eva Sullivan of Wakefleld Ky is the guest of her sister Mr Ernest Carlton at Point Breeze Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale was the of her son Mr W S Farmer Second street this week daughterj friends in Louisville- Mr Earl fiqgers and wife hay returned from a visit to friends in Fl otto county Hon Eli HBrnwn Jr of Bards town visited relatives here this week Mr Chas E Weisenburg has re turned from a trip to the in the interest of the J E1 Milling Co ughter11issWashington City Miss Mary Belle Taylor was the guest of Miss Mae Maglasson in Louisville this week Miss Lee Wallace of Shelbyville GrayConwayMrs J B Mewls of Versailles visited Mrs B C ORear here this week ofJ St Louis Mo- Deputy Collector C O Reynolds Of Lexington Vas in the city this week = Hon St John Boyle of Louis ville was in the city Wednesday on business in theVojrts Mr Claude M Thomas candidate for Congress was in the cit on Wednesday a Mr John Bowen has gone to Georgia in the interest of the Frankfort Chair Co Col W B Jenkins the paper evangelist wasluthe city on Wed nesday yCountyof Elkton was in the city on WedCvnesday jInsurancethe city Thursday Mr Alex T Lewis of Kentucky Stato College Lexington is the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis Dr Jrr Minish of Harvie land attended the Rfpublican Dis trict Conevntion at Paris on TueriSday Mr W H Watts went to Lexing ton el3terdn to attend the dinner of the Prudential Life Insurance ngen field tRIBerry and wife at Juniper Hill this week Miss Ellen T Woodson of Mis souri who has boon visiting rein tives here left yesterday for her home Mr Grant L Roberts and Mr Geo L Barnes attended the Re publican Congressional Convention at Paris on Tuesday Mrs Jas F vMontgomory and sons Zucik and Frank H are visit ing relatives in West Virginia her old home Miss Eleanor Cannon of Midway was the guest of her uncle JuniperHillMisses Hattie aril Emmie Scott who have boon guests of Mrs S L VanMeter near Lexington have returned homo Mrs Kate H Forman of Hodgen ville has taken charge of tho State i Library for her sister Mrs S L VanMeter Mr Jas L Newman the vorsa tile newsman went to Newport on Wednesday on business for the CourierJournal Mr L B Wolsenburgh Jr made a business trip to Tennessee this week in the interest of the Mason d Huge Cu i Superintendenthis old homo in Russellville thid week Air John 0 Cromwell of Pitts burg Pa was the guest of his brother Air Wm Cromwell this week U S Deputy Alarshal Rousseau True was called to Richmond on Wednesday to attend the U S Court Air Frank Bull and wife of Memphis Tonn who worn called hero by the serious illness of his father returned home Saturday Mr Win A Bull of Greenville Miss who was called here by the illness of his father returned home Sunday night Dir J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday at Woodiako the guest of his cousin Air Waller H Lewis Air Will Avorill of Louisville came up Wednesday afternoon to see his uncle Air W H Averill who is again confine to the house in feeble health Air J W Landers who has been hasnis agent for several accident and sickness insurance companies Clever Jas E Stone of Louis file Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives was in the city this week winding up the work of the late Legislature Mr C AI Walcutt who has been serving in the U S Regular Army Vashome Sunday Miss Maggie Hainan has accepted the position of stenographer and typewriter to Judge J H Pots bytheAir Gustav Lafontaino left Tues- e day for Paris France where he goes to bring his daughter home who has been at school for the last two years Miss Diary Gaither of Elizabeth town who has been so successfully managing the Umatilla Indian School near Pondleton Oregon was the guest of Mrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake this week Air H E Cleaton representative of the Louisville Baptist Argus ws in the city this week in the in terest of his paper The Argus is religiousprivilege to read Dr Orie L Buckmaster returned reopenedhispath in the room formerly occupied by him in the residence of Mr John E Miles on St Clair- f street fir Maupin Woodson a former employe of this omce but for the last year living in Pennsylvania was here this week en route to Colorado where his parents reside and where ho has a better place PennsylvaniaCapt Haap and wife the Salva beenyyear have been transferred to Northern Ohiu and Capt A B Coohnower reel wife have heed as signed to fury hero in place of Capt Haag Air Louis Waggoner of the Frankfort Shoe Co went to Louis ule Friday night to meet his wife child who have been living in- hicago Ills and brought tfieut- to this city on Saturday evening have gone to housekeeping Conway street between Fourth and Campbell LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the wool ending April 80 19o4 Allen Miss Alice Anderson Bertie Boggers Airs Laura IuuindaI Collins J C Coine Mrs Chas Davis Fred- Gayhart Richie Gibson Wiley Goins Mrs Gems Mrs ElmoruJGuliani Hawkins firs Irma Hawkins W S Hitch Jackson V J AI Johnson J AI Johnson Frank Kendall Mrs T R Kennedy Russ Kitson LiiKion Parent J H fUuucrts 1hlSteward Miss Katie Stivers Miss Price Smoot J H li Thompson SIrs Bottle Ward Collins Williams Corn B 2 jctEVincent bitelSE AI DRAKE P AI of Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Sacceesf al treatment for blood and akin disease J SI i11 11 I II1 ittw t s FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT IEADING JEWELER f I = E YOU WANT THESE To complete your outfit for Easter for they are the bct made Of course you find them at McClures the best stor- eD i NLAP HATS t Are the standard of the world We are show ing some twelve styles altogetherexactlythes- ame as those now on sale at the Dunlap stoie in New Yor- kMANHATTAN SHIRTS Unequaled in all shirtdom is this famous make The best of the line is here now bought by us six months ago when the makers had their complete spring line Prices from 150 to 300 BOYDEI SHOES Are sold in more of the big city stores than any other make in the land They are tinctly Smart Shots for men All the disIular leathers and lasts are represented in Shoes and Oxfords Shoes 500 and 600 Oxfords 500 HacltGtt Carhart Co Clothing The one make of readytowear clothing in the country that is equal to that of the merchant tailor with the advantage that it is ready to buyPricesonehalf what the tailor charges you for the same grade Easter Ties and Socks in Profusion R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST F Z NKFURT KY Larks Kidney Globes Guaranteed Cure allKidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil nay ordinary case of Kidney o- fBladder1rouble Removed Gravel cures Seminal Emissions Weak and ame Back Rheumatism and all irrega of the Kidneys and Bladder in men and women Sold ut cute box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid u pun receipt price Gayle DrugStoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly 1 r h jtQ p ARE YOU A DYSPEPTIC If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to got well Dyspepsia annoys the dys peptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as won as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only euro dyspepsia indi gestion and sodr stomach but this palatable reconstructive tonic di gestant strengthens the whole di gestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is di gested assimilated and its nutrient properties appropriated by tho blood and tissues Heath is the result For sale by J W Ga JoI A LOVE IErllERI yourelooklugSores limns or Piles Otto Dodd of Pondor Alo writes I suf yearbutcured me Its tile bQst Salvo on earth U5o at all druggists i YouCanPin Your Faith TOIj E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E m milling CO THROUGH SLEEPER FROM LEXINGTON TO ST LOUIS VIA CHESAPEAKE OHIOIRAILWAY Beginning April 28th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will inaugu r rate a through sleeping oar line to St Louis via and the Southern Railway to leave Lex ingtdn daily at 520 p m and reach St Louis at 780 a in Returning t this sleeper will leave St Louis at fI 1010 p in and will reach Lexing t ton on the C a O train No 22 aty1110 a in the next morning t td t I STOOD IN A DRAFT With my coat oil and caught thisr l wretched cold says the sufferer He need not pay a heavy penalty if he follow his act of folly with an act of wisdom Soak the feet in hot 1 itPorrya teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot sweetened water at bed time and bo thankful for and Illrhere FlfLaHorseChronographs Split Seconds JFi ve Minute Repeaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY liiiB SELBERT Leading Jeweler t 01 l Y4N41 j t ONf4 i THE SINCERITY OF S D JOHNSONS CO SALE y t Uontinues If you have not becn here it is time to come Dont delay Bargains bargains await your early coming Dont hesitate Moral He who i t AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME j I S D JOHNSON CO KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr1KingsNew iP FOR OLDS Price 50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB LES or MONEY BACK laly bt REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assign ments of Internal Revenue Store keepers storekeopergaugers and 1 guagers for the month of May as made by Collector S J Roberts SeventhrirSTOREKEEPERS J E Hanrahan to Ky River l Distillery No2 John M Stevenson to Ky River Distillery No2 additional Geo T Mountjoy to Ky River Distillery No2 additional H C Everett to Ky River Distillery No2 meal room 0 H Wicklile to Ky River Din tillery No 2 additional L F T Steelo to Ky River Dis tillery No2 night V Geo T Scoarce to W A Gaines Co No4 rwH Snood to W A Gaines No4 additional B N Wesbter to W A Gaines Co No4 additional Geo W McConnell to W A Gaines Co No 4 imeal room Frank Harting to W A Gaines Co No 4 bottling J R Sams to W A Gaines Co No4 night J W Black to S J Groonbaum No 9 B S Drake to S J Greenbaum No9 additional W D Bland Ing to S C Herbst No 1- 1Honry Newsom to S C Horbst No 11 additional John T Berry to E M Babbitt No 82 S P Willis to E M Babbitt No 82 additional W S Lyric to Goo Baker No- 88 E F Darnaby to George Baker t No 83 meal room E B Davis to George Baker additionalk George Baker Ir nightRaphael to John Cochran Co No 37 R H Whittington to John Cochran Co No 87 additional H ri Sinclair to Labrot Gra ham No2- J G Brawrier to Labrot Gra ham No 52 additional P G Powell to Labrot Gm ham No 52 additional and bot tling TaylorJrW P Bacon to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 additional- W L Bakor to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 additional TaylorJrD E Reid to E H Taylor Jr nightJohnW A Gaines Co No 100 P S Rule to W A Gaines Co No 106 additional W B Anderson to W A Gaines Co No Ion moal room Eugene Craig to W A Gaines Co No 106 additional Z J Phelps to W A Gaines Co No 106 additional Amos Griffith to WA Gaines bottlingJ A Gaines Co No 106 nlgl t StaggCoJohn Jowott to Geo T Stag CoINo 118 additional David T Stagg Co No 113 additional u IIWk1 I L R Diggs to Goo T Stagg Co No 118 meal room John A Logan to Goo 1 Stagg Co No 113 bottling Jacob L Cox to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 night- STOREKEEPERGAUGERS Whitohouse to T J Frazier IGus MoElroy to J J M Saffell No 91 Speed F Owen to J N Blake more No 96 F G Sparks to Haynes Trun dle No 105 GAUGERS- H T Gaines to Ky River Distillery No2 withdrawals j W A Gaines Co No4 withdrawals- C N Wiard to Ky River Distil lery No2 A G Leonard to W A Gaines Co No4 entries John Cooh ran Co No 87 G ONeill to S J Green sbaum No 9j E M Babbitt No 32 John Stephanski to S C Horbst No 11 Geo Baker No 33 S D Pinkerton to Labrot Gra ham No 52 F D Clark to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 W A Gaines Co No 106 withdrawals H R Croxton to W A Gaines Co No 106 entries- T L McConnell to W A Gaines Co No 106 withdrawals- A B Piper to Geo T Stagg Co No 113 REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION Tho Republicans of this county met in mass convention at the Courthouse at oclock p m on Saturday Chairman Mr lastISecretaryResolutions were adopted endors ing the administration of President Roosevelt instructing the dele gates to the Congressional Conven tion at Paris to vote for Hon W L Cannon and Hon Leslie Combs for delegates to the National Con vention at Chicago from this dis tirct Instructing for Gov W O Bradley Hon John W Yerkes and Dr E E Underwood for delegates from tho Stateatlarge at the State Convention at Louisville appointedto everybodyTAKING THE BACK TRACK Wo regret to see a disposition somolof fromiblending of whisky by rectifiers There cut be no question but that the position taken at first is the right and correct one There can be no gainsaying that purity and an absence of diliterious drugs should be required of all rectifiers If they insist upon doing business in the wrong and injurious way let them be compelled to label their compounds just exactly as they areI and not put out frauds and shams upon the market as Pure and Fine old Kentucky Whisky Alcoholic drinks used to excess are injuirous enough at best but when filled with these abpminable makeshifts they become sure and swift engines of destruction and ruin FINED Under the now law punishing the use of nets in fishing Sam Arvin was fined 25 for using a sot not ut tho mouth of Benson c- reekjj BIRTHS WILLIAMS In this city Sun day to Mr Hiram B Williams and wifea daughter CHURCH In this county on Thursday night to Mr Zaok Churoh and wife a daughter Jes samine CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature PAID uxtty INSURANCE Mr Eugene Hoge general agent for the Washington Life Insurance Co has paid Mrs W T Havens the policy for 1000 upon tho life of her husband Frankfort Ky April 28 101 Eugene E Hoge Genl Agt Wash ington Life Insurance Company of New York Frankfort Ky Dear Slr1 am in receipt of chock in payment of policy No 62475 for 1000 on the life of my deceased husband W T Havens The proofs of death were handed you April 19 1904 and I wish to thank you for the promptness in the set tlement of this claim Yours truly MARY J HAVENS GOSPEL MEETINGS The series of meetings of the Christian Church conducted by weIrow The church has been snaking active preparations for them this week and there are tine prospects for a good revival of religion Pros Jenkins is one of the must popular preachers in Kentucky GOOD SPIRITS IGood spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is tho liver and all tho fine spirits over mado in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or time roIIbuoyanthappylight ot step vigorous and success ful In your pursuits You ClUJIH1t your liver in fins condition b Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles i At all druggists lyr DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do todayis now gen orally presented in this form Do today That is the terse ad litioe we want to give you about that cough or demoralizing cold which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to clayand lot that remedy bo Dr Boschoes German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyflvo years A few doses of it undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a curons it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c j regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr 1j i MAN ST FRANKFORT KY l C WHITNEY CO SOLE CONDUCTORS i Stomach Troublescured lIDtJ DYJPEPJlA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hilliard cured by Kodol i Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected I the use of his heart Kodol rKODOLEDi For sale by JGayle drug gist OAST cO a3ABears Blgnatnro of J NOTICE During the late rise caught on the Kentucky river six miles above Frankfort nn empty barge oO feet long by 10 feet wide In fair con dition The owner is notified to oomo forward prove property and reQuires32a FREE IlR A L THEATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc ANHATTEN THERA PEUTIC BroadwayNew SHINGLES nearlyONEThey gradesCallWilkinson Street 80 1m SAVES TWO FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Yto but when all other remedies failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings New Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung dis eases yield to Dr Kings Now Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallble for Coughs and Colds BOo and 100 bottles guar anteed by all druggists Trial bot tles free t ili iNh j i BEATHS LONGIn this county on Monday Mrs Margaret Long wife of Mr Felix Long axed A6 years Mrs Long had been a patient sufferer for a long time with an in curable disease She was a devout member of Mt Zion ChristianfChurch and died as she had lived with a faith firm and unshaken in Him who had given himself for her redemptionShe married three times but only hAd children by her first hus band Mr Mitchell of whom therecare two sons and three daughters survivingThe and burial took place at the family burying ground She lived respected and died la mented BUCKLEY In this city onkSunday morning Mrs Margaret Buckley aged about 80 years Mrs Buckley was an oldfash ioned good Christian woman who reared a large family of sons and daughters after being left a widow She was a devout member of tho Catholic Churoh She leaves three children Mrs Kate Kennedy Mrs E J Haly and Mr John T Buckley to mourn her death the others of her children having preceded her to the grave She had been in poor health for long time and the end was not un looked for The funeral services were conducted by Rev Father T S Major from the Churoh of the Good Shep herd Tuesday morning at9 oclock and the interment was in the Cath olic Cemeter- yNOONANIn this city on Wed nesday morning Mrs Margaret Haly Noonan wife of Mr Robt Emmitt Noonan aged about 2 years Mrs Noonan was a daughter of the late Mr Dennis IJHnly She was a handsome and popular young lady Only some five months since she was wedded to the man of her choice She was a devout member of tho Catholic Church a The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father T S Major on Thursday afternoon from the Church of tho Good Shepherd and the remains were laid to rest in tho Catholic Cemetery Sinoerest sympathy is felt for tho mother heartbroken husband and the brothers and sisters of the de ceased FELL FROM TRAIN A brakeman by tho name of IJCozino fell from a box car In the L N R R yards on Thursday afternoon while the oar was being switched and was badJytbruised up though luckily no bones were broken J WINNERS Mr Leo uokis the Wlnnerjfin the popularity race for Sheriff at tho Opera Huuse and Mr R L Crutohor in the Jailers raceiUr CatlyR CoiulUftm rowiers are just a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blcod purifier and i vermifuge They are not food brf medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents package IFor sale by J VY Gayle and Gay O 4IiUW Id LtTai Frauk OrCRouada Eau tI =Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Ken lucky secondclass innilnblv matter lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 30 1903 CIVIC LEAGUE AT WORK AVe are glad to note that the Indies of this City have formed n Civic League for the promotion of city cleanlinessIt in the right direction t that has long been needed There r certainly can be no reason for the t trash and garbage of stores and dwellings being swept into the f Streets to be blown and scattered t about by the first stiff wind that blowsWe thought when we were given brick streets that the idea was to make it easy for them to be kept clean But if anything there is ns much if not more dust and trash thrown into business houses by winds now than was the case when we had only macadamized streets =Those ladies are asking the gene- tlemen of the city to unite with the League anti lend their moral in fluence while they the ladies are willing to do all the disagreeable work of the organization- We hope that they may meet with every encouragement in their labors for sanitation and healthfulness and that such regulations may be devised and enforced as will bring about these much to be desired tads LEG BROKEN A lad by the name of Urban Ww Goins son of Mr Canada Goinsw who is between six and seven on years old was so unfortunate as to slip and fall at the city school ondiWednesday morning breaking right leg It seems that the little fellow who is rather delicate attempted to turn around quickly when it is supposed he twisted his leg andal fell breaking it above the knee Dr8 U V Williams and N M Garrett reduced the fracture and the lad is doing nicely Dr DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDER zCYViThe reghlar meeting of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C v i lie held at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on Saturday May 7th at 3 oclock p m All members cordially requested to attend 2t f HELD LIABLE- Upon snit brought by Auditors c Agent Guy H Briggs the city was held liable by Judge Cantrill r for taxes on the Oporahouse and on 444000 worth of Gas Company bonds ARRESTED One Frank McDonald of Louis a ville was arrested on Wednesday might by Officers Robinson and Willis charged with stealing a grip from the office of Dr E Carl IRoemole He was caught with the goods in his possession t c REQUIRED TO PAY s0n Wednesday Judge Cantrill Tilled that the fiscal court of this county must pay Stenographer Clarence Walker 015 for work done in the circuit court The county took an appeal ANNOUNCEMENT Dr O L Buokmaster Oteo pathic Physician is at his old offices at Mrs J E Milos residence 113 St Clair St Examina tion and consultation free Charges r reasonable tl3tfITHROUGH SLEEPER FROM LEXINGTON 10 ST LOUIS 1y VIA CHESAPEAKE OHIO RAILWAY Beginning Nay 28th tin Chesa peako Ohio Railway will iimugu rate a through sleeping our lino to St Louis via Louisville and f Southern Railway to leave Lexing ton daily at 520 p m Hud reach St Louis at 730 a m Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at will reach Lexing1010 p m and ton on the C O train No 22 1110 a in the next morning td t Mother Lost Reason Afte LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know tbat your medicines have cured m little girl of of spasms Shecommencellbavlngthem- at the age three Our family doctor sail she would outgrow them did not We took her to another physician who sau her trouble was epileptic fits in a mild form He did her no good either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and round it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to mv child gave her in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her picture My motherinlaw lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottle 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 advice 1 dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out in Arkansas MRS HANNAH BARKETT Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart Ind T BADLY SCALDED Little Master Bernard Brislan son of Mr J J Brislan was badly scalded about the legs on Sunday morning It appears that the lit fellow had a toy steam engine he fired up too strongly it exploded scalding the lad the right leg from the hip down and on the left leg from the Dr Keller rendered surgical at tention at once The lad has heen very unfortunate having heretofore broken his once or twice- STAMPING GROUND Mr Tern Stewart of Owen ounty was the guest of his brother A Stewart this week Mr James Sprake who is a stu ent at State College Lexington relatives here from Friday until Monday Notwithstanding the unfavorable veather our farmers have succeeded in sowing oats planting a part of gardens etc Such a lateF pring does not often occur Mr Billy Honaker has it at last he measles Several others of his amity are down with it Mtissrs J S Perry and W L Rook are contemplating opening a oat and lumber yard They have purchased a lot near the railroad lepot from Messrs W H Oldham Sons for the purpose Messrs Nichols d Williamson of Oxford have purchased the stock rt Mr C F Turner and rented his new store fora year with the priv ilege of five The many friends of Dr John A owls the distinguished physician net surgeon of Georgetown regret o learn that he is still in a serious condition from tho effects of blood loison contracted while operating upon a patient Some of our farmers and fruit irowers say that pretty much all he fruit has been killed by the repeated cold spells while others claim that there is sonic damage but not so much as reported We hope the latter are correct Rev Dr C IJFord solemnized two marriages on the 13th of this month Mr H B Watson of Owen Bounty and Miss bottle Frances Robinson were the first couple Mr W C Thompson and Miss Bessie May Glass both of Owen uounty were the second UNO NOW WILL YOU EGOOD Twentysix lads running from 10 to 17 years of age had to inter view Judge Herndon on Saturday afternoon for destroying property They were hold in 100 bonds for a year and roundly lectured for their conductGOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springswell in thee yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostel Ittel and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office iti STATE DAYS AT ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR Kentucky June 2 Minnesota tune 7 Montana June 14 Oregon June 15 Iowa Juno 10 17 West Virginia Tune 20 Wisconsin June 27 Mississippi July 7 Wyoming July New Moxico August In Pennsylvania August 20 Tennessee September Indiana September 1 Oklahoma September 0 California September 9 Maryland September 12 Louisiana September 14 Colorado September 17 Massachusetts September 17 Nevada September 20 Ilinois September 2122 Virginia September 23 Idaho September 24 North Dakota September 27 Kansas September 80 Indian Territory October 1 New York October 4 Rhode Island October 5 Maine October Ohio October 6 New Jersey October 6 Missouri October 11 Michigan October 12 Connecticut October 18 Alaska October 18 Nebraska October 18 Utah October 20 hI NEVER KNEWIPATNKIL Hatf LER TO FAIL ==i i CJLJ- Before what can tho matter aot Where is the bottle There 1I thought so it is not Perry Davis Painkiller at all but something the druggist must have made himself and I did not notice it I have used Painkiller for years for diarrhea cramps and stomach aches and it never faile- d4odoi Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat5 FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Lyda Suter was the guest of relatives at Switzer last week Miss Maria Trimble of Cardome Georgetown spent several days at home last week EMiss Mattie Hookensmith of Peaks Mill who was the guest of Mrs Goo L Hannen has returned homeRev John H Bnrdin of Mt Edon was the guest of his son Elmer a few days this week Mr Davis Hawkins and sister Miss Addie of near Frankfort were the guests of Mrs Ireland Sunday lastMiss Carrie Viokers of Bridge port is the guest of Mrs Ernest Smith Miss Florence Easley of Stamping Ground has returned home after several days stay with Miss Daisy Hickensmith Mrs Fannie Holton has been in disposed forthe past week She is Rome better Miss Mao Hookensmith of Georgetown College was at home a few days last week Miss Battle Bowen attended a musical at Frankfort last week Mr Tom Shearer was out fishing last week catching fish for the new restaurant I guess Misses Annie and Jennie Philipps of Frankfort returned homo after n few days stay with Miss Daisy Hookensmith Mrs Bob Howe was taken to Kings Daughters Hospital last Saturday Dont forget the Inch Party You will see a notice in another place A RID o cents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weakand paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a littl freeSCOTT S BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists t Lt i1 xynyo tlrl1= = AVegetablePreparationforAssimilating ting th25t PromotesT5icstionCheeiful ness BestContains neither mMorpbiilenorMineral NOT NARCOTIC Jar OIl Jif1llOPOCJ tM1 SJI- tAII ntrIIIJi0ri ism sl Jfor Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of TTEW YORK L EXACT cow OF WBAWEB J 6 CASTORIA For Infants and Children r The Kind You Have j Alwaysyr Bears theIi Signatureh ofii The 1 Kind j 11 YouHave- Always Bought J CASTORIAIc r tf Ilu r tI r OUR PROTECTION HIS YOUR GAIN II Do you believe we can afford to do an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or sell you vehlole that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers we would be taking an enormous we not fulfill every i promise made in these columns WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in now work or painting or repairing and we are itflE ing to allow our work to advertise us YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our IHleo are reasonable and wo guarantee our work are building a nice lino of our own handmade work and out tltlieIorder for ou want besides we handle a full tine t JInnSELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy 4 Treas cry 1y JHEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE I Itc1oWo Regular Style 13 In or In apart Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style i Stays 13 In or 6 In apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized A Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigsyEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED the manufacturers and us Call and see it Can show you how fencereFRANK G1 STAGG 17 SPECIAL AGFNT I 1 r 1 THeFranRfortRounflaDou f == = =Entered at the postoillec at Frankfort Ken lucky as stcoiulclass mailable mutter tlEO Pubi A LEWIS Pror and f FRANKFORT PRI30l 3 CIVIC LEAGUE AT WORK We are glad to note that the ladle vt this city have formed a Civi League for the promotion of cit cleanliness It is a move in the right direction that has long been needed Thor certainly can be no reason for the i trash and garbage of stores and dwellings being swept into the streets to bo blown and scattered about by the first stiff wind that blowsWe thought when wo were given brick streets that the idea was to unake it easy for them to bo kepc clean But if anything there is ns much if not more dust and trash thrown into business houses by winds now than was the case when we had only macadamized streets ftoggl Those ladies are asking the gen is tlemen of the city to unite with the League and lend their moral Influence while they the ladies are willing to do all the disagreeable work of the organization ItWo hope that they may meet with every encouragement in their labors for sanitation and healthfulness and that such regulations may he- devised and enforced as will bring about these much to bo desired ends LEG BROKEN A lad by the name of Urban Ww Coins son of Mr Canada Goinsw who is between six and seven 01 years old was so unfortunate as to slip and fall at the city school on Wednesday morning breaking his right leg It seems that the little fellow who is rather delicate attempted to turn around quickly when it is supposed he twisted his leg and fell breaking it above the knee Drs U V Williams and N M Garrett reduced the fracture and the lad is doing nicely Dr DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDER ACY The regular meeting of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C vl be held at the residence of Mrs EOl L Samuel on Saturday May 7th ut 8 oclock p m All members sl cordially requested to attendit2t f yLHELD LIABLE Upon suit brought by Auditors Agent Guy H Briggs the city was held liable by Judge Oantrill the Oporahouse and on for taxes on 410000 worth of Gas Company atbonds ARRESTED One Frank McDonald of Louis ville was arrested on Wednesday to might by Officers Robinson and Lillis charged with stealing a grip p from the office of Dr E Carl IRoemele He was caught with the possessionrREQUIRED TO PAY On Wednesday Judge Cantrill i Tilled that the fiscal court of this county must pay Stenographer Clarence Walker 615 for work done in tho circuit court The county took an appeal ANNOUNCEMENT Dr O L Buokmaster Osteo t ptithic Physician is at his old cilices at Mrs J E Miles resi dance 113 St Clair St Examina tion and consultation free Charges seasonable 83tf- THROUGH SLEEPER FROM Jl XINGrON TO ST LOUIS VIA CHESAPEAKE OHIO RAILWAY Beginning May 28th the Chesa peake Ohio Railway will inaugu rate a through sleeping car linn top St Louis via Louisville tend the Southern Railway to leave Lexing ton daily at 520 p m and reach St Louis at 780 a m Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at will reach Lexing1010 p m and ton on the C 0 train No 22 at ttl10 a m the next morning- td u 1i f TotheiLost LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine ia specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know tbat medicines have cured little girl of nineof spasms Shecommencedhavingthci- at the age three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who saic her trouble was epileptic fits in a form He did her no good either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I ha- already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a goodremedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave her in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She is no lonre- troubled with nervousness andwe consider her permanently cured I enclose her picture My mother in law lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six 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 hind advice I dont think thereJ any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark All sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad rBADLY SCALDED Little Master Bernard Brislan son of Mr J J Brislan was badl oalded about the legs on SundRY lorning It appears that the Jit fellow had a toy steam engine Metro he fired up too strongly it exploded scalding the lad the right leg from the hip down and on the left leg from the knee Keller rendered surgical at sntion at once The lad has heen very unfortunate having heretofore broken his arm once or twiceESTAMPING GROUND Mr Tern Stewart of Owen county was the guest of his brother A Stewart this week Mr James Sprake who is a stunt at State College Lexington visited relatives hero from Friday util Monday- Notwithstanding the unfavorable weather our farmers have suc ieded in sowing oats planting part of gardens etc Such a late ring does not often occur Mr Billy Honaker has it at lnstG le measles Several others roily are down with it Messrs J S Perry and W L- Hook are contemplating opening a coal and lumber yard They have urchased a lot near the railroad ilepot from Messrs W H Oldham l Suns for the purpose Messrs Nichols Williamson of Oxford have purchased the stock n Mr C F Turner and rented his now store torn year with the priv ege of five The many friends of Dr John A Lewis the distinguished physician nnd surgeon of Georgetown regret learn that he is in a serious indition from the effects of blood nison contracted while operating upon a patient Some of our farmers and fruit rowers say that pretty much all the fruit has heen killed by the repeated cold spells while others claim that there is sonic damage ut not so much as reported We hope the latter are correct Rev Dr C IJFord solemnized two marriages on the 18th of this month Mr H B Watson of Owen runty and Miss Lottie Frances obinson were the first coupler WO Thompson and Miss Bes sit May Glass both of Owen count were the second UNO NOW WILL YOU BE GOOD Twentysix lads running from 10 to 17 years of ago had to inter view Judge Herndon on Saturday fternoon for destroying property lheY were hold in 100 bonds for gar and roundly lectured for their conduct GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springswell in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and joining the lands of Mr J P lIostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office t STATE DAYS AT ST IJOUIS WORLDS FAIR Kentucky Juno 2 Minnesota June 7 Montana June 14 Oregon June 15 Iowa Juno 10 17 West Virginia Juno 20 Wisconsin June 27 Mississippi July 7 Wyoming July New Mexico August In Pennsylvania August 20 Tennessee September Indiana September 1 Oklahoma September 6 California September 9 Maryland September 12 Louisiana September 14 Colorado September 17 Massachusetts September 17 Nevada September 20 Ilinois September 21 22 Virginia September 23 Idaho September North Dakota 27 Kansas September 80 Indian Territory October 1 New York October 4 Rhode Island October 5 Maine October 0 Ohio October 6 New Jersey October 6 Missouri October 11 Michigan October 12 Connecticut October 13 Alaska October 18 Nebraska October 18 Utah October 20 hI NEVER KNEW jPAINKIL LER TO FAIL =s rrrn i CTTJCD-e Before what can tho matter bo Where is the bottle There I thought so it is not Perry Davis Painkiller at all but something the druggist must have made himself and I did not notice it I have used Painkiller for years for diarrhoea cramps and stomach aches and it never faile- dKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eaty FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Lyda Suter was the guest of relatives at Switzer last week Miss Maria Trimble of Cardome Georgetown spent several days at homo last Miss Mattie Hookeusmith of Peaks Mill who was tho guest of Mrs Geo L Hannen has returned home Rev John H Burdin of Mt Eden was the guest of his son Imer a few days this week Mr Davis Hawkins and sister Miss Addie of near Frankfort were the guests of Mrs Ireland Sunday astMiss Carrie Viokers of Bridge port is the guest of Mrs Ernest Smith Miss Florence Easley of Stamping Ground has returned home after several days stay with Miss Daisy Hickensmith Mrs Fannie Holton has been in lispoHed forthe past week She is some better- Miss Mae Hookensmith of Georgetown College was at home a few days last week Miss Bottle Bowen attended a nusioal at Frankfort last week Mr Tom Shearer was out fishing last week catching fish for the new estaurant I guess Misses Annie and Jennie Philipps if Frankfort returned home after few days stay with Miss Daisy lookensmith Mrs Bob Howe was taken to Sings Daughters Hospital last Saturday Dont forget the Inch Party You will see a notice in another place A KI- Do cents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by taking regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT S BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists l 11710 = AVegetablePreparationfor similating ling thestomai hs andBowels of Promote9liesUonChecrful tiessandBestContalns neither Opmm Morptiihe nor hwral NOT NARCOTIC 1aanaaMf1 ers mnJ AperfectRemedy jharrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSinute Signature of NEW YORK iff EXACT COPT Or 6IIAPPEBJ I IStays CASTORIA i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have I Always Bought flft Bears the as Signature tf of j in TheKind 1 YouHave- Always in Boug- htCASTORIA I I trIv f U 5t OUR PROTECTION IS YOUR GAIN I ofrDo you believe wo can afford to do YOU an unsatisfactory job painting or repairing or sell you A vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers we would be taking an enormous we not fulfill every l promise mado in these columns TQIAIIWE ONLY ASK A Either in new work or painting or repairing and we are nail ing to allow our work to advertise us RAVEIYOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO IT PAINTED Our plloo are reasonable and wo guarantee our work Wo are building a nice line oi our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line of the hurt up todate eastern work on the market If you need anything in our lino phono or write us and our representative r who is in Frankfurt every week will call to see you SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pros Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas JHEADQUARTERS FORmAMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE l =Regular Style rain or 6 In sport Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style l Stay 12 In or 6 In apart I Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs 5 EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hoNrit will save ycu roooey and fet e your fields so they will stay fence FRANK G1 STAGG SPECIAL AGENT 4 l la MONEY SAVING SALE r I CARPETS ir Youf1Can FARMER f Take Your Time1 z r 04Inl i SURCILLGKTMATCH They burn a full half minute A Valuable coupon in eVery box of Search Light Matches jisK your grocerT- HE DIAMOND MATCH OO RESIGNED TO GO AS MIS 4 K JIfl SIONARYIRev B P ifceptablr filled the office of pastor ofc Baptist Church atjt resignedthefect September 1st when he will leave as a missionary to China Mr Roach has endeared himself to his flock by his ability as a prertcher and his fine executive management as a pastor They greatly regret to lose him from their midst BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE Vtfby invasion of Chronic Constipa T tion When Dr Kings Now Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now lies guaranteedto FBAKFOBT BOY HONORED The following dispatch explains itself Danville I April 20 The Board of lrustees of Central Uni- tversity has unanimously elected Prof T Lindsay Blaynoy to the presfnor of Frankfort Ky Prof flay McCloskeyIman of the Board of Trustees of the university Ho is a graduate of Centre and Harvard Uni graduationFrance whore ho spent four earR perfecting himself in the soieiloo of modern languages f fromrduties in September He married Miss South daughter of the late Mr Samuel South and a sister of Dr John G South of this 1cityA CURE FOR HEAACITE Any mini woman or child suffer i ins from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take c ono or two of DoWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little Pills are famous be cause they are a tonic as well as While they cleanse the sys 1teal they strengthen and rebuild it I bY their tonic olleot upon the liver and bowels Sold by J W Gayle jj lj f W using IA GR N Tm SOLOCKol IThe Louisville a cut of an oldtime hall clock six feet tall with the following commentThis is the property of Walter Gayle of Columbus Ky was left him by his father at hisI death twelve years ago Gayles father bought it before the Civil War from Joe Taylor at Frankfort Mr Taylor had owned- It a number of years the clock hay byhisThe father of the owner of the old clock was Mr Stewart Gayle formerly of this city and a son of the late John Gayle who lived for many years where Judge Ben G Williams now resides on Second street and Mrs Gayle mother of the owner of the clock was Miss Lucy Campbell of this city a sis tor of Mrs J H Williamson cor nor Fourth and Logan streets The Mr Joe Taylor from whom the clock was purchased was the grandfather of Mr Ed Hobbs Hickory Taylor our Chief of he Fire Department OAS TO nA1IrBf ari the A TWO CANDIDATES The Democratic Congressional Convention of the Sixth District hold at Newport on Wednesday ExIlTnJohn T Hodge of Newport HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI Tho Alumni Association of tho Frankfort High School holds its rugular annual mooting for the election of officers Friday after noon May nth at 8 oclock in tho Superintendents ofllco School BuildingAll are urged to be present tIBESSIE G FRANKLINSecretary L + i Style and Quality Combined in our IIIGH CLASS SUITS pricesGreatly You cannot afford to buy until you have seen them DRESS GOODS and SILKS extra val ues some special num bers worth investigation S POSITIVE PROOF l Should Convince the Greatest Skep tic in Frankfort Because its the evidence of a Frankfort citizen Testimony easily investigated- The strongest endorsement of merit The best of proof Read it W H Roberts grocer of 830 Todd St Being in the drug busi ness a good many years and a grad uate pharmacist my knowledge of medicine was sufficient to prove that my kidneys were not perform ing the work which nature intend ed they should for I suffered a great deal from a persistent aching pain across the small of my back and the secretions from the kidneys wore highly colored and so irregu lar especially at night that my rest was greatly It was not until some two or three years ago that I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and I sent to a large neighbor ing city and got a box I gained so much from the use of these Pills that I pronounced them a kidney remedy of unequaled merit My last supply was procured at J W Gayles drug store and I take a dose of them once in a while as tonic for the kidney A number of friends of mine to whom I have recom mended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other THE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWitts Witch Hazel gives in stant relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Totter and bU1Yingnecessary to see you get genuine DeWitts and a cure is ter tale There are many cheap coun terfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few arc dangerous while DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Is perfectly harmless and cures Sold by J W Gayle FOR SALE I have on hand a good supply of my fatuous White Seed Corn which I am offering to those needing firstclass seed Address- J P HOSTETTER R F D No 2 Frankfort Ky 82tf Dr Weavers Treatment Strappurifies the blood Cerate heala skin eruption MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL CINCINNATI 0 MAY 1114TH 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfurt Cincinnati Railway will soil round trip tickets from Frankfort to Cincinnati for 875 DATES OF SALEMuy ll14th LIMIT May 10th lOOt- S E HUTTON G F P A 8ltd DR E C ROEMELt DEUTSCHER ARZT Ollleo ami resliUMicu above WEITZEL S ODONNELL 803 Main St TKUUllONKM Old J84 New 136 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 Trees by the million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and garden No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 270 Mar 129u1t tJ1 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Well made neatly trimmed goods The kind ladies of refinement buy Pricescheap as you can makethem t1 7 Our and see of all in the and 4 ik1 sand and of all ages and = 9tb f A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only combination desk lad ever made Roomy tiye want to ShOW you its advantages and Call write oi us about it CARPETSand GSiLarge assortment Some special values That you cannot afford toimiss jjr It U GSI f jy i Saffells e New Goods Have ArrivedCall them Canned Goods kinds Premier Monarch White Horse Brand ti l Jjjg New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies jo lWhiskies Wines kinds rI TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider I L if- f I R ROGERS SONS Wrnicke Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined bookcase convenientJattrac possibilities phone 1- 1IArrrIN AND = t T- HEEquiLable Life Insurance Society 1 OF THE UNITED STATES 1STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R Wilson 4 SPECIAL AGENT 4 iOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY i N frrt t i jfolr tJw 1 t j J J l MONEYSAVING SALE CARPETS You Can r 4 in burn a full half minute A grocer THE DIAMOND MATCH CO RESIGNED TO GO AS MIS K SIONARY Rev B P Roach who has so ac pastorNorth a of resignethe willleaveMr Roach has endeared himself Cpretichermanagement as a pastor They fromthoirBROKE INTO HIS HOUSE S LeQuinn of Cavendish Vt healtbyli tion When Dr Kings New Life histroubled FRAKFORT BOY HONORED explnlnsitsolf heBoardolocteProfchair of modern languages at pres WnJtgonor College und Harvard Uni tversit and has since his gradua perfecting himself in the science of modern languages fromGermanyduties in September Ho married Jthesister of Dr John G South of this 1cit A CURE FOR HEAACIIR Any man woman or child suffer ing from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy fooling should tak famous little Pills are famous be their tonic olFeot upon tho liver and bowels Sold by J W Gayle I t b W FARMER 1Take Your Time using i SlA1CiKflGHT MATCHT- hey ofSearch guarantoeto McCloskoyBlaynoy thetundi En1lyRisers ISIptern II IA GRANDFATHERS CLOCK ITho Louisville Times of Saturday a out of an oldtime hall clock six feet tall with the follow tug commentnThis clock is the property of Walter Gayle of Columbus Ky hisdeathGayles father bought it before the atFrankfortit a number of years the clock hit r byhIsThe father of the owner of the old clock was Mr Stewart Gayle for merly of this city and a son of the late John Gayle who lived many years where Judge Bon Williams now resides on Second street and Mrs Gayle mother the owner of the clock was Mu ss Lucy Campbell of this city a sister of Mrs J H Williamson cor ner Fourth and Logan streets whomJl was purchased was the grandfather of Mr Ed Hobbs Hickory 1ulor our Chief tho Fire DclpnrtmentF UASTORSABean Signature 01I A QJlliht tZTWO CANI IDATESIThe Democratic Convention of the Sixth District I hold at Newport on Wednesday split The regulars nominated Ex lf a or BohnHIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI The Alumni Association of the Frankfort High School holds its regular annual mooting for the election of oflloors Friday after tiYc l Building All graduates are urged to bo H resent BESSIE G FRANKLIN Secretary Iv J Jr11 H i tJ ti1J Style and Quality Combinedin HIGH CLASS SUITS pvicesGreatly You cannot afford to buy until you have seen them DRESS GOODS and SILKS extra values some special num bers worth investigation POSITIVE PROOF Should Skeptlo ofFrankfort a investigatedThe of meritThe best of proof Read it TodStness a good many years and a grad unto pharmacist my knowledge of medicine was sufficient to prove performInged they should for I suffered a great deal from a persistent aching pain across the small of my back and the secretions from the kidneys irregularwas greatly disturbed It was no agthatneighborIngmuch from the use of these PiUs that I pronounced them a kidney remedy of unequaled merit My last supply was procured at J W Oayles drug store and I take a dose tonioforof mine to whom I have recom mended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo theUnitedRemember the name Doans and take no other THE BEST FAMILY SALVE DeWifcfcs Witch Hazel gives in stant relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tetter and all abrasions of the skin In buy onlyIgenuine DeWJtts and a cure is ser tain There are many cheap Cow terfeits on the market all of which areIrdangerous while DeWitts Witch hl1rmlessIFOR SALE I have on hand a good supply of my famous White Seed Corn which needingfirstclass lERGS2tf OfDr Weavers Treatment Sjrrnp purif lei the blood Cerate Leale skin eruption MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL CINCINNATI 0 MAY 1114TH 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway fromFrankfortDATES OF SALE Mi y 1114th inclusiveFINAL LIMIT May 10th 1004 S E HUTTON GFPAU- ltd DR E OROEMELEDE- UTSGHER ARZT Ollleo and roslilciico above WEITZEL S ODONNELL 803 Main St TBIKlHONKH Old 134 New 136 lue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 andOrnnmontnlAsparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits LawneapplicationF HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar l2 Sutl JtI Lrf L j MUSLIN UNDERWEAR well made neatly goodsThe ladies of refinement buyPrices cheap- as you can makethem S CARPETS nut MATTINGS- Lllrge Some special values That cannot afford tomiss AND RUGS IsE J n Saffells I W 7fi Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods of all kinds in the Premier jMonarch and White Horse Brand Sweitzert0Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses 7 M Bauer Fine Candies w 24c t 1A7i ft TRY OUR FAMOUS 1 Red Jacket Cider t 4HHHfcft 4 s iH A R RiG S SONStftipJIubarWer icke Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined orfmany Book Units as desired The only perfect combination dockand ever made Roomy convenient attrac three We want to Show you possibl11Uus about it assortment you Rudolph =r EquiLableTHE 1 tJ Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES ar J STRONGEST THE WORLD 4Ralphf I IIIa=r There are still a few of the I IIII ft1aB Established 1877 f a EXPOSITION OF LAST WEEK we announced the completion of our spring stock Aiens and Suits and it is a source of pride to ns to have heard the many ex pressions of pleasant surprise by those who have seen them We want every- gentleman andinterested lady in Franklin county to come und inspect this high art in tailored goods We Can save you Money and we Always fit our customer in n stiJe that few merchant tailors equal Remember you do not have a high price to pay at our store to get nice new snappy suits We have all of the popular styles at 4 EwfD lJx xwzrat- VlArRXXJ 1IVol All of our high grade cus tom suits bear this label under lapel Odd Suits Left on our table and If really want a big bar gain try one of these 10 to 20 Suits which are now Larger Lot of Sizes But We Can Fit All In This Assortment WITH EVERY BOYS f SUIT WE GIVE FREE ONE OF OUR Harmless Pom= Pom Guns Great sport for the young ones but no danger t Large assortment of Childrens Suits I are displaying some rare novelties i 11 I Shirt Waist Suits All of the new effects in White und Colored GoodsI Just opened a new line of Sicilians and our 44 inch quality in Black and Blue is a 75 cent value for 50 cents White Mercerized Cloth for Shirt Waists beautiful goods at 5 cents pei4 yard are really surprises i By careful purchases we have much improved our Shoe t In mens goods we have f added the wellknown IIIIW L Douglass Shoe i iiLJ HIGH ART of r the 722 1022 1522 1722 2022 Knee Pants IIIVe folISkirts Dresses Department It needs no- comment Our Ladies Shoes at 125 to 3 Are custom goods The newest low cut shoe for LadiesMisses and Children 522 and Smaller WE OUR To our trade as being the best values on the market in 50c and 100 Once worn you will want our line Here are two of our many and we have all others They wear extra well Always Values Least Money nd t n t LnF Lci =r IIII I 750- f 7 RECOMMEND FAMOUSt G D CORSET goods always popular styles the Best For the IDAVIS t i t Established 1877 j fr ii It J s jrr t Hosiery and Muslin Underwear Sole Butter RELIGIOUS I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams pastor will preacH at 11 a in and 8 piTO Morning subject Teach Us to PrayEvening subject The Cure for a Bard Life Sundayschool at 045 a m in the ohdpel At 8 pm Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at Bellepoint i C LHom Department and Bible rClass Taught by Mr S E Hutton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7 p m In the chapelLeaderIsaac Locke TopicWhat If Christ Came to Frankfort Tonight- Prayermeeting on Wednesday welting at 8 oclock In the chapelVisitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CJHUROHrRev A B Chinn rector Sunday May 1904 080 a m Sundayschool 11 a lit Prayer and Sere mono 730 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer In the chapelFriday Bleglass ofr the Parish Everybody cordially Invited CHRISTIAN CHURCHPresl dent Burris A Jenkins of Kentucky University will preach a 11 a m 730 He begins a meetingie s Sundayschool at 080 in the t chapel Society meets chapelITopic Prayers The Junior Endeavor Society aiOrEverybudy cordially invited i SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHUB W h Wm Crowe t- hepaat 11 a in and J7 Spa m ty at 680 lay night d r li TIllSseason we are unusually well show the very best values in Hosiery and Muslin Underwear DyeHosieryBlack Drop Stitch Fancys Tans and allcolors Range in price from atc to 125 We give you the best things to be found for Misses and Children in Black Tan Light Blue White and red One trial of these brands will con you how good they are Agents for Ick Patterns tho Morning Meeting and Christian Endeavor FRANKFORTS POPULATION The recent census of this city taken by Messrs Paul Avis and R H Berryman shows the total pop ulation of the city to be 10090 di vided by wards as follows First WardWhite 2109 colored 723 total 2882 Second Ward White 2757 col ored 1484 total 4241 tThird WardWhite 1974 col ored 1048 total 8017 SLIGHT DECREASE The assessment of city property shows a total of 3866718 as against 8488864 last year a falling off of 121650 ARRESTED One James Ems white was arrested by Officers Whitehead and Harrod on Thursday charged with Inhuman conduct causing the death of his wife and baby NOMINATED FOR ELECTOR Judge L Bristow of Georgetown was nominated for District Elector- frontthe7thCongreseiotialDistrict by the Republican District Convention which met at Paris on Tues day last NEW COUNTY COMMITTEE The various precinct conventions of the Republican party elected a now County Committee on Satur totbut were only partially successful and will not publish any of them until we obtain the full list OASW9RJABears Signature of 1 I jI Qf 1E Every I I Must GoIII IIFYOU HAPPEN TO DIS K3 cover that you are pro s viding a homo for bedbugs tho s easiest and most effective way of giving them a vigorous hint iiWve is by the use of YLES JE 4 Killer that will not Wthoa with eother tho vo M Jacko ished perfectly and only the best qual ity muslin is used Our 25 cents 4 icents 09 cents and 98 cents Corset Covers Drawers Skirts and Gowns are values thnt we can recommend tor the most critical buyer II You can always rely on anything wo advertise Make us a visit and you WI 1 be thoroughly convinced Weitzel ODonnell GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmlo One Minnte Cough Cure it ofCougilCroupdoes not pass immediately into stomach but takes elect right the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Guru is pleasant to take and it is good alike for young and old For sale by J W Gayle CONFESSIONS OF A PRIEST Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writesFor 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got relief Then I began the use Electric Bitters and feel that I a now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stoma getElectricby all druggists Only 50c FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjetoparty VJ Dec Ifltf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52te CANDIDATEFOnJ We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candidate for jailer of Franklin count subject to the action of the Democratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the oillce of Representative from Franklin county in tho next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te cO 7fThis signature is on every box of thogenui ne ftheCLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic COI consumptiispoor patient and the rich patio too can do much bettor at home proper attention to food digostiol and a regular use of fIs0 is a good nights rest anti 0obllitnting flinof the consumptive or stopped by talK p liberally and rl you bo ahlo to Ito V you will find s of consumpjos ho are th are thos Trial A t nP a io- nSets Tfee EV- ERYTHURSDAY WILL BE SPECIAL SALE DAY MCKEEfib i CoatFormerl the Seller Carriage Co and Favorably mown to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE servicehonestsatisfyyourselfdetail e underthethe latopfcnry Heimiller Esq in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the sev departofmns witlyJJeir business they are assured of getting the beat work possible vehiclejaleobuild to chrY oMA N MCKEE Op rite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 19tFAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 t UEST PRICES ITREdTMENI G OiDS iThose are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and if at any time you get anything hero which is x not right we ask you to tell us of it i 1JOHN RISCOLLI Frankfort Kentucky s A Physician Cures Ills Wife Of ONSUMPTION One of the lending physicians of the State of Kentucky writes uler the date of October 29 1903of the remarkable cure which ft Dr Stevens East India Consumption Cure made for his wife OR STEVENSNO YES I DEAR SIRSfly wfe and I cannot say enough in behalf of you a beddidConsumptionIIore fast destroying what remained of them At this timu she was so sufferederriblyJo keep her alive reuol1llnendJut l toIcom utuneed the use of your Remedy following the rules explicitly It is decidedIlmprovument tothis s adyocatoStevens East India Consumption Cure should have its powerful tonlo fnetthatattar fourteen years of suspense and sickness onuses me to feel thlsgcknowlodgomontI fool that I must request you to withhold my name but you may inquirThe Dr Stevens East India Cure is put in IIlckn ThuprieoforuHiMKlopaukuKuiafJOJ 1X0 free years of erucial test nUll over ono 11111111101jpositive value disoasas of the lungs catarrh asthma nervovw diseases etc DR STEVENS NOYES Proprs Rochester N Y For tho Ruined and full Information symptom blanks etc apply to DR J S GOODRICH Ringold Building Frankfort Kentucky o Consultation absolutely rooAll examinations also free to patients using the above remedy rYINC1tFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suits they give Its their entire reliability evenness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder Winchestert STAMPING GROUND MarriedApril 24 at the brides residence Mr W T Hughes and Miss Florence S Osborne were married by Rev C L FordIThe Buffalo Spring Academy closed its annual session with an entertainment at the Town Hall on Saturday night BnptistAid makefTraytorstroyed by fire last Wednesday night There was no insurance It was cold enough on Wednesday night to cause ice to form on shal low pools An entertainment for the benefit Of the Odd Fellows Lodge will be given at the Town Hall on Satur day night May 7th It will he iven by the local club known as hopetherethe object is a good one We are glad to learn that Messrs Head Switzer of Switzer have made a killing in their tobacco deal and have cleared 000 sold to the soma150I Tobacco Co at an dente Their holdings included ralpingThpyrejoice with them There have boon several transfers Of recentlyMr sold onehalf of the Reynolds block to Mr A Ford who is occupying it The other half he sold to Mrs C F TurnerItook of to Mr Joe Johnson and wife of Minorsville Nichols e Williamson the parties to whom the property was formerly sold t to comply with their con traqtThere was a tremendous storm of rain hail thunder and lightning Visited this section on Monday af ternoon There was a washout of R trestle on the F C Railway near Elkhorn and the water was higher than known for many years UNO 0 KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Right Eminent Commander Geo A Lewis of Frankfort Eminent Grand Standard Bearer Jos Ewalt of Paris Eminent Commander Dr Lapsley of Paris Eminent Com mander Thos Browning of Lex ington Sir Knight Gill of No 3 Cincinnati Sir Knight Dehveiler North Middletown were hero Mon clay night to assist Carlisle Com mandery D in conferring the Order of the Templer on four can didates Carlisle Mercury April 27 REPUBLICAN STATE CON VENTION LOUISVILLE KY MAY 8 AND 4 Round trip rate 245 Limit dayst A V HITE Agent L N SPRING RACES l4t LOUISVILLE KY jOnthis account the L N will sell May 1st to 18th inclusive round trip tickets Frankfort to Louisville at 240rrhlS rate will t apply Derby Day td A V HITE Agent PEA R DOE Mrs Blanche D nnis and Miss Emma Dennis of C oatevlllo were the guests of Miss Jklith Edge on e day this week I guesthis of Letters from Ram s and Indiana complain of the long inter but rn promIseThe Salvation Arm held a men ing in the Chrlstiail Church i Choateville last Sunty Little Georgia Dem fe is ii 1a WebopherMr Z T Collins Ad two very sick horses last Sufi YoThereseems to be quite IB epidemic among horses as we lt heard of several cases of sick iKIses- MisR Etta Miss BessiV and little Miss Esther Dennis were the guests eveninglasWe were asked in nl laughing manner why our trust s did not hadIso Jr Well they did We had a mntleman and he too got married after teach lug about two or three se lions on the Ridge and is now fart ing Mr John Edge Jr is tie guest of his aunt Mrs L T Is rchner in Lexington this week I superintendentdayschool I The bloom lif the peach minglewith the n iite of the pear and plum makes U very pleasing and restful picture iir the eyes after the long dreary w iterSSCR IE For the Roundabout THE RED HUNTING Co It had been a familiar sight Unce I could first remember hangin by its scarlet ribbons close to the whitewashedceiling in the at On this rainy day I dared to like it down for the first time depute the fear of any future happening A few mothholes were vtilU preserved lining and accumia tions of dust had defaced the ImVl some velvet on duds and collar I In the wide deep pockets wer a number of things among them li embroidered kerchief stained aslf by tears and yellowed by the tout of time and tied by a faded bit I ribbon a package of old letters I It was not idle curiosity till caused me to open the small enve s ope addressed with such sorupulou earn in an angular childish hand and to read the oldfash ionecflt scrawling chirography I know that you have never be- lIeved I that the joyous past lying so far in the dim distance could ever again be the same and yet your friendship and forgiveness could make a bright page in the book of that recollection And again written in a more compact wellspelled vernacular I would not forget the old Joy the days when you were my lover the sweetest lover a girl ever had not UnlJ the pain in my life and this knowledgeour separation could be taken from me This time it is I who have chosen and it is the universethe hopeless things through belief in an affection that was never really mine To say that I have fluttered intensely no doubt would compensate you some what and being glad that no SOl row ever came into your heart from this cause T say goodbye now and forever The other letters wore stained as If the broken heart had loft its 1m pross on their timeworn surface and I felt a little throb of regret and sympathy for the dead and for gotten ideals yet as real as was life itself to the actors in the drama His letter was masterful in its ring of earnest and determined purpose Wo know the human heart by suffering the divine by and my idea of a friend Is one wh seeks the wpllbeing of another speaks to him or her as a second conscience in every temptation and loving with a strength of at tachment which can never be broken dares to love even unto death The darkness of debt and doubt comforts me with disheartening effect The summer is ended the opportunities have pest and you are lost to me I could read no more and replacing the now sa bred garment with its precious keepsakes I hurried to ask Uncle anua lieve said he that Benoni was Jew the reason Squire Thompson broke off the engagement The young Israelite came into our community ostensibly for his health and became an inmate of the squires home His only daughter Virginia was a beautiful girl of nineteen and she straightway lost her heart to the handsome Hebrew whose starved personality drank in the spirit of the country in the smiles of nature close pressed to the heart of the great earth mother He was happy to lie on the grass laughing back at the lazy cloud saps floating like islands in a sea of blue Contentment filled his heart All the bustle of a great city was gone out of mind and only the perfect peace of a great satisfaction filled his soul For two months he lived this life of sweet idleness without one shadow of re gret or sorrow crossing the fields of memory and then carne a day which may have been a dream from the valley of his youth Two per ons came across his vision hand in hand like children who walk in laughing converse Each looked into the others eyes and smiled as do our loved ones who pass away in sleep Then they talked as if a newlymade grave had been opened and again closed and with a kiss of parting they walked along the mintscented brook until the little stream widened and separated the two who passed out into the distant vista with pale faces and bowed heads He taIled to her in tender tongs to return but alas the gates of destiny had closed forever leaving him alone like a frightened child crying In the night And thus I found himrrhat night a big fox chase was held in the edge of the county and my friend putting on this red hunting coat Joined the- crowd Just where the two bridges the Elkhorn his horse leaped lover a stone wall and whether it accidental or not the lifo of horse and rider were crushed tied shattered He lies buried undo the shadow f the pines in the old orchard His Kveetheart Oh she married and lied out in California Consumption ey say but there are other diseas I as quick to kill I have been opted often to bury the red coat tih its cutouts and tomorrow i sunset the grave shall be dug nl even the memory of the t tedr shall be as a tale that is ttl I N S COX OAS F O IE1 X Athe ore A OLD TAYLti3THE PREMIER r KENTUCKY WHISK H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frt tA Itii GOOD NEWS lj TO THE SUFFERER W- ITHRHEUMATISM r KIDNEY LIVER STOMACH AND ALL NERVOUS TROUBLES CURED BYfirDENNS CURENo t PURE SIMPLE POSITIVE CURE l FREE OFFER 8tjSureetisnr Kidney Liver Cure never failing most astonishing cure will obe sold regular size bottles only 10 Cents Also samples free to nIl the multitude of miserable sufferers from Backache Hipache thebody f tinjury to the stomach Unlike most rheumatism and kidney cures ta little two months bubo can use our remedy 7 YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT HELPED IN A FEW HOURS RLGULAR SIZE 25cNOW FREE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE COLUMBUS 0 U S A CALL IMMEDIATELY AT GAYYAE S DRUGIiREGULAR SIZES 25c 75c 100 A SURE CUREFOR PILES Iat Pleasant Jo take a T ElX11ttve Syrup IL NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor IAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Consfipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines CJ LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NJ ousuess Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot lil any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AN- t WORMSFor 20 Years Has r Ii- AOxospared byM PAUL B WF