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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i IJlItJiI JIit TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUt GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advancer VOL XXVIIiFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 71904 NO 3D THAT INCH PARTY The Tncli Party given by the Kings Daughters of the Forks of Elkhorn was a decided success Every one enjoyed tho occasion very muuh Amount cleared was 5400 We wish to thank tho mer chants of Frankfort and Swltrer for their kindness in contributing liberally Our leader Mrs Howard Black has made successful every enter tainment planned Mrs G IhEn non measured each one as they came in at tho door Mrs Albert Hockensmith had hm usual piano as treasurer Mrs Nellie S Cox read tho guests palms much to the satisfaction of all Miss Carrie Brock presided at the post office and saw that each one received a delightful letter Theo came tho fish pond the life of the entertain monte as their catch was great Mesdames Trimble and Taylor were there to see that each one received something on their poles Last but nut least was tho palatable lunch served by Mesdames Black Han nen Macklln Tetters Belle Cof ice Helm nnd Petty Miss Daisy Hockensmith and Bottle Bowen at tended to the flinch tables and Misses Williams Steadman and Sallie Suter wore there over ready to show each guest tint various amusements und conduct them to the lunch room LOOKER ON HANDSOME COUNTRY HOME BURNED The handsome country homo of t rtthe late Mr J Nov Blakomoro now owned by Mr Ezra Itlpy was burned to the ground on Tues day afternoon Tho loss amounted to some 5000 happily fully in sured Mr Ripy had just returned from a visit to Louisville in time to assist in saving tho contents of tho lower fluor Everything elso was destroyedIt lund work to save the smoke house and other outbuild ings ORGANIZED The newly elected Republican County Committee met on Monday last and organized by the election of Mr Geo L Barnes as Chairman and Mr Grant L Roberts as Secretary OUTSIDER WON DERBY A California horse considered a rank outsider with odds of 15 to won the famous Kentucky Derby at Louisville on Monday last in the presence of one of the largest corwds ever on the grounds Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood i Cerate for akin eruptions I ACCIDENTALLY SCALDED Mr George Chapman one of the distillers at time Kentucky River and O F C distilleries was ad justing a valve at the distillery on Sunday when hot water and mud were thrown on his face and hands scalding him pretty badly He was laid up for several days THE STORY OF A CRISIS How a great crisis in American political history was met and threatening civil war averted is dramatically described by Joseph M Rogers in a clear and nonpar tisan narrative of How Hayes Became President In tho May McClures Very little has been written on the HiiyesTilden controversy and tho extraconstitu tional means employed for Its set tlement by the Electoral Commis sion except in partisan discussion In preparing his article Mr Rog ers has had access to new material and presents interesting facts hitherto unpublished giving his work the value of both freshness and lack of bias Mr Rogers outlines the events leading up to the controversy describes the complications following the fight in Congress the public excitement the bargain which finally resulted in tho selection of tho commission its decision and the frtrroaching results of it Among the latter wore tho with drawal of Federal troops from the South tho turning over of State ofllces in the South to the Demo crats and time passing of a law for canvassing the vote in future elec tions so as to prevent a repetition of time contest Many political ani mosities and bitterness were engen dered in the contest which affect the whole course of political his toryMr Rogers concludes with this statement Iilden and Hendricks received a clear plurality of the popular vote even as counted by the commission Who were chosen presidential electors in the three disturbed states on a fair vote and honest count oven as it was cast is known to no one and never can bo knownRECEIVING WOOL Mr H G Davis will begin to receive wool at the L N Depot on Wednesday May 18 Those having dealings with him in that line should bear this in mind 4FFORDSThere here in Low Shoes this sea son that almost amounts to confusion THIS GIBSON TIE Made of Ideal Kid turn sole high Cuban heel is one of the sea sonsswell shoes 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 il These are mado of gnnuHo Berths Ideal Kid in several different styles and we think can not bo equalled for this price Il RI K McCLURE SON i 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY l11Jttllfllrr vYmHrif 1iiI DANGEROUS WOUND Mr Bernard G Graham Super intendent of the Cedar Brook Dis tillery near Tyrone was bitten by a supposed mad dog on Wednes day through the hand Mr Graham had recently been transferred to that distillery by the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Co from the J J M SaiTell distillery at this place THANKS We are in receipt of an invitation to attend the dedication of the newly erected Chapel of Cardome Academy Georgetown Ky The ceremonies will transpire on Thursday May 19th 1901 at 930 a m Rt Rev C P Maes Bishop of this Diocese officiating The sis ters will please accept our thanks We regret exceedingly our inability to attend LADIES AND CHILDREN Who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find It necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills fund compare the agreeably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating and weakening conditions following the use of EarlyRiserstion sick headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by J W Gayle ADJUDGED OF UNSOUND MIND Dr A C Heusley was brought before Judge Polsgrove on Wednesday afternoon under a writ de iunatico inquirendo and adjudged of unsound mind He was ordered sent to Lakeland Asylum SHUTTING DOWN Quite a number of distilleries in this section are shutting down for the season Jno Cochran S Co rant out on Tuesday last Messrs Labrot C Graham made their last mash on Tuesday last and will run out today Several others will soon follow CURE FOR PILES IA a had ease of piles n says G F Carter of Atlanta Ga and consulted a physician who advised mo to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was futirpltt cured It is splendid feun giving relief in stantly and I heartily recommend It to all sufferers DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every descrip tion are quickly cured by by J W Gayle drugigst ELECTED NEW SUPERIN rgNDBNTI At the meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday night Mr Hugh C McKee of this city was elected Superintendent of tho City Schools to succeed Prof Saml L Frogge who has so successfully conducted tho schools for the lust live years Prof McKee has been conducting the Frankfort Business College for several enrsIHEADY FOR GUESTS Mrs Hannah Hord Hardin and Mrs W M Little at No StfioS Pine street St Louis Mo me prepared to entertain their Frankfort friends who may attend the St Louis Worlds Fair Special rates mule for parties Write them They fur nish Kentuc ky eating WHEN THE SAP RISES Weak lungs should bo careful Coughs and olds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cu euros coughs and colds and J strength to the lungs Mrs G lsl Foiiuer of Marion Ind says suiforod with a cough until run down in weight from 14S to lbs I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful rem lHI cured mo entirely of thn cough strengthened my lungs and weiJhtII1lnlth d i fi io BROUGHT BACK Officer H Davis Harrod returned Sunday night from Hamilton Ohio where he went to bring back one Garland Johnson who is charged with having stolen some clothing from n boarder at the Hayden House several weeks since He brought his prisoner with him and had no trouble In discharging his duty He says the local officers both at Hamilton and Cincinnati treated hm with every courtesy LATER Upon the examining trial the prosecuting witnesses stated that they were mistaken as to the man CAPTURES BALD EAGLE Mr Atilla Green was out on his place near Farmdale on Saturday when he found a Bald Eagle trying to catch a lamb Mr Green rot his gun and wound and captured th e big bird brought him to the city on Monday and placed him on ex hibition in the show window of Mr Howard Johnsons billiard parlors The old fellow is a very fierce and Intractable bird This bird or another like it or it may bo a pair of them have been seen for some time In the woods near where this one was captured A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III It developed a tu ulcer unyielding to doctors remedies for four years andI Bucklens Arnica Salve nld81SkinELKS CAFE OPENS The new restaurant and cafe of Messrs Dehoney South on Main Street was opened for business on Tuesday last It is elegantly fitted up with beautiful new tables chairs etc and is as neat and clean as anyone could desire Delightful meals are served anl at as reasonable rates as the market will admit of- SENT TO ASYLUM One Mattie Lewis a colored con vict confined in the local prison was tried under a writ de lunatico inquirondo on Wednesday before Judge J H Polsgrove and ordered sent to the asylum at Lakeland KINGS DAUGHTERS STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Kings Daughters have ar ranged to give a Strawberry Festi val and Supper the latter part of this month The exact date and place will be given later on Those good ladles are straining every nerve to take care of their hospital and to build the new one anon their recently purchased lot They deserve and should receive time hearty support of every one iu A SICK DAY SINCE I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble tried all sorts of medicines none of which re lieved IIIP One day 1 saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have nut seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been eared of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what H F Bass rf Fremont N 1writesOnly lilIc at all drugigsts UNIFORMED lime motor men of till Frankfort Suburban Railway have donned their now and handsome uniforms caps etc This is as it should bo as it enables those who lidoon the road to know who to apply to us officials SIXTY YEARS OF POPU LARITY PorryDavisimitations mado to sell upon tho groat reputation of time genuine bo cautious therefore when you ask for u bottle to soo tint you got tho omiino An unfailing remedy for Icojighs colds bronchitis 1 tld jvlpr G n R D i THE GRE- ATHALF PRICESale Made Suits is still go ing on You should come at once if you want to buy a suit so as to get the desired shade and size Re member every suitwill be sold at just Half of Reg- ularPrice 81250 suits only 500 1500 suits only 750 250U suits only 1250 3500 suits only 1750 f Just received another shipment of ShirtAVaist and Shirt Waist Suits Call and see themCPKAGIN r BRON- o 41 and 43 St Clalu St at Bridge ADVERTISED LETTERS Following is the list of advertised letters of Frankfort for the weekending May 7 1904 Allen H Ashby Thomas Raker Emma Barbee John T Co MaryBridges Mae Brown Miss Sallie Browton Eflle Campbell Marion J Coloman Elmer Combs HattietDenton Dodge JohlltDuncan Embry Nelson Hamilton Holmes Miss NellierJones Dennis Loomas Mrs Annie Middleton Reuben M Moore C S Morris Fannie When calling for those letters please say advertised E M DRAKE Postmaster rf tl OF ALL HOT WEATHER ENE i M ES Of humanity cholera is the worst Treatment to be divot o must bo prompt When vomiting purging and sweat announce that the dis ease Is present combat it with Porry Davis Painkiller All bowel 7troubles like diarrhoea cholera if morbus and dysentery are over come by Painkiller Terrible piuguos tlioso itching pestering ases of the sklnj Put an end to misery Doans Oint 4 ment elites At any drug store f f Aidlit TT rI PERsoNAL== County Attornoy w O Davis o Versailles was hero on Fiiday Hon Lillard H Carter of Luw rencebure was in tho city Tuesday Judge W H Blanton of luck son wns in the city on Tuesday Mr Clias A Himlin of Hnrrods bur was in tho city Tuesday Col S1 Shaokolford and wife have gone to New York City Senator Goo T Farris of Stanford was here on Wednesday Senator J Embry Alloy of Lex ington was hero Wednesday Miss Ruth Singleton visited rela tives in Midway this week Mrs Lily Triplett visited relatives in Midway Saturday- Dr O P Hogan of Grant county was here on Wednesday Mr V Berberich attended the Louisville Derby on Monday Cant 11 H of Carlisle was in the city on MondaIMr Will J Steele of Versailles was in the city Monday Mr H IC Ward of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr Anthony Schoberth of Ver T sailles was in the city Monday Capt Theodore Wylie went to Cincinnati yesterday Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby ville was in the city on Thursday Col Geo G Fetter of Louisville was in the city on Thursday Mr Ralph R Wilson left Thurs day for a trip to St Louis Mo Mr M R Todd left Thursday Afternoon for St Louis Mo Miss Carrie Brook of this coun ty is visiting friends in Stamping Ground this week Mrs la F Martin of Tullahoma Tenn is the guest of her mother Mrs E M Nell Mr Jos E Earlywine Assistant Postmaster at Paris was here WednesdayMr C Herndon of Louisville was the guest of his sister Miss Annie Herndon this week Miss Nora Miller of this office visited relatives in Lexington Sun day Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale who was the guest of her son Mr W S Farmer has returned home Mrs Lizzie Robb left Friday night for Washington City to visit Mrs Sam Gaines Judge Carlo B Little and Mr fog B White of Manchester were here Wednesday Mrs Craik Jackson of Cincin nati Ohio visited relatives here this week Miss Lea Wallace who has been visiting friends here has gone to Shelbyviile Miss Nell Downing who has been visiting relatives in Lexington has returned home Mr A Dudley Blanton of Wieh ilta Kansas visited his mother Mrs Alice B Blanton this week Judge Ed C ORar visited at his old home in Mt Sterling on Monday Col A D Martin and wife who Ihave been at Hot Springs Ark returned home on Saturday Mr J W Daugherty of Mt Ver irtm Ind was the guest of Mr W H Watts this week Judge Jere R Morton of Lexing ton was in the city on legal busi ness on Monday Capt E M Drane attended tho Republican State Convention in Louisville on Tuesday MrGeo L Barnes and Mr Grant L Roberts attended the Republican State Convention on Tuesday Mr Thos M Hampton attended the Republican State Convention on Tuesday in Louisville Mrs B M Turner of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Harry Rog fi ers Conway street this week Judge Robert Rodes of Bowling Green was the guest of his daugh ter Mrs W E Settle this week Mr Thos R Markham of this office attended tho Derby at Louisville this week Col Chapman Coloman of Wash ington City D C visited relatives here this week Mr Jno P Hanley and wife rwent to Cincinnati on Saturday re turning Tuesday night Miss Mary Rockwell of Cincin nati was the guest of Miss Nell Marshall this week Miss May Penper and Miss Irma Labrot ateided tho Lousvlllo Derby on Monday Mrs Wm DL Snifell and daughter Miss Todd attended th e Derby onMondayMr E Kennoy wife and children visited in Owen county i tthl8 week if Mr H V MoChesney and Mr Fox Rospass attended tho Derby in Louisville Monday Col W R Shackolford of Rich mend was in the city on business In the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Mr Edward F Trabue of Louisville was in the cits on Tuesday on business in the Court of Appeals Col WMI Warwick Thum of Louisvilk was in tho city Tuesday 11111fFlorin Ilex Lewis N Thompson of Owen county was in the city Tues far1irino IC Todd of Sholbyville was in attendance upon tho hurtof Appeals Tuesday Miss Lilian Cindy of Lame county is the guest ot her brother Mr Walter Crud Murray street Judge C B Hill returned Wed nesday from a business trip to Washington City Dr J T Scott Representative from Grant county was here on Wednesday Mr Jack H Stuart who has beon in Louisville returned home Wednesday Mr Thos H Duvall and wife have sold their home at Thorn Hill and moved to Lexington to reside Rev Horace Vreeland of De Land Fla is the guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vreeland Mrs Geo A Kendriuk and chil dren of Chicago Ills visited Mrs W Leslie Collins this week Mrs Gus G Coulter of Mayfield was the guest of Mrs J Swigori Taylor at Thistleton this week Mr Paul Collins of Central University Danville was the guest his parents Dr T S Collins and wife this week Rev Ed H Bull of Grant City who was called here by the illness of his father Mr S C Bull Sr has returned home Miss Lena Scott of this office who has been confined to the house for some three weeks has returned to her position Col Win Warwick Thum of Louisville was in the city on buss ness in the Court of Appeals this weekCapt I T West and rife left Saturday morning for Irvine to visit their daughter Mrs R M BergmanMr J Fitzgerald of Louisville was in the city Wednesday Mr Fitzgerald has ninny friends a his old home here Miss Susie Berryman of Louis vine was the guest of her aunt Mrs W H Posoy Shelby street this week Miss Carrie Sneed of Georgetown was the guest of her sister Mrs L B Weisenburgh jr this A M Miller of Ihilnth Minn who has been the guest of Mrs Sam J Shackelford has re turned home Capt Charles Ogden former member of the Legislature from Louisville was here on Wednes dayMr George Chapman who was so badly burned at the O F GO Distillery on Sunday left for his home at Waterloo N Y yesterday Nrs B Todd Crutcher and son John Newland went to Louisville yesterday to visit her parents Mr J Dallas Coke and wife Rev M B Adams will go to Nashville Tenn on Wednesday to attend the Southern Baptist ConventionIMr Chas F Holden of Clarks burg W Va is the guest of his cousin Rev M B Adams Third streetPresident B A Jenkins wife and little boy are guests at Judge J H Hazelriggs Mrs Jenkins is Mrs Hazelriggs niece Mr Gilbert H Mastin was called to Versailles on Monday to attend the funeral of his cousin Mr Jno G EdwardsMr S Davis and wife of Louisville were guests of his rmI rents Col Jno F Davis mind wife this week Mr Ben S Hughes was called to Phoenix Ariz on Tuesday by the serious illness of his son Mr Samuel Hughes Mr Frank H Kavanaugh was the guest of Mr S L VanMetur and wife in Fayette county on SundayCol P Chinn of Harrods burg was the guest of his son Air J Morgan Chinn Third street this week Rev M B Adams was called to Stamping Ground on Wednesday to conduct funeral services of Mrs Jennie Blanton Messrs W W and Alvin D Jett of Louisville wore guests of their mother Mrs Virginia Jott on Sunday Mr Samuel E Hutton has helm elected messenger to the Southern Baptist Convention at Nashville Penn as tho messenger from tile First Baptist Church of this city Mr Jas F Montgomery and son Zach who have boon visiting Ms sons Messrs William and Juntos F jr at Lexington Va rottmnd home Sunday Mr A lox II Lewis of State Col lege of Lexington who was the guest of his father Mr J JJ Lewis returned to school on Monday morning Col John G Craddock a contemporary of Daniel Boone was in tho city Thursday looking lor items for his Purls Kentuckitn Citizens II I PA1BE5t FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER Mr O C Kenney returned Wednesday from tho mountains where logsIBros =Judge Win Lindsey of Now York City was in the city week on business in the Court o Appeals He was looking the same genial gentleman as of yore Mr Jno B Milward of the Col theIhere during the absence of Mr Grant L Roberts this week Col Chas EHogo returned Monday from the opening of the St Louis Worlds Fair which he KentuckyCommissioners Mr Mason H P Williams Si attended the Louisville Derby on Monday as he has done every year regularly since 1874 Mr Williams oldtCol Jas A Scott and wife left Tuesday for St Louis 3IoT to visit their son Mr Arthur Scott From there Mrs Scott will go to El Paso Texas to visit her son Mr Howell Scott Mr George Smith the celebrated violinist son of Mr Alv Smith so well and favoraby known here has returned to San Francisco Call from a years tour in Australia His tour was a splendid success Mr John A Brislan the popular and efficient teller of the Farmers Bank we regret to learn has been forced to go to Battle Greek Micft manyfriendsrestoration Mr H R MoEldbwney wife and son of Lexi ngton were guest ofI Mr Frank D Clark and wife this iweefe Mr McEldowney vy blipped lI8 Chief Deputy Collector when Mr C IL Berryman goes with millionaire Haggle StnmpingGroUltrd day Mrs N F Richardson and daughters Misses IInku1May ands Virginia left last riiJlY to visit hersons Will in Louisvil 2 atr In Nashville Tenn Ethnoiwl in Fredooin Ian Will be away ubout six weeks Judge A R Burnam entertained at Tew on Wednesday evening Judge Robert Rodes of BowlCngr Greens Judge William Lindsay of New York City mind Judge W E Settle of the Court of Appeals Judge Bodes was a resident of thisIcity many years ago and wa n student Judge Lindsay uositledi here for some twenty years and Judge Settle came here last year Bad blood and indigestion aret enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroy them A little life may be sacriffoed to youdontOil on hand for the emergency barks Kidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief nud one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak andI Lame Buck Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold ut cents per box on the No Oure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle DrugStoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly THE FRANKFORT CIVIC LEAGUE A few words in regard to time organization known ns The Frank inf the cleanliness beauty and pros perity of our city Tho Civic League was organized last October with sixteen names on its membership list The object of the society is the improvement of Frankfort in health cleanliness beauty and prosperity all members agreeing to do what they can to promote the objects ot the society Meetings are held in October January April and July of each year The League now has sixtyfour membersAt Aprr meeting the follow ing report was rend Thus for our efforts in behalf of civic reforms have apparently been without results but the com mittee begs tfre League not to feel discouraged for we find that a real wd increasing interest In our work has been aroused in1 our citizens or- an ages and classes This is all that we had hoped todo fn so short a tfmeOur request for your name andItwentyfive cenvsrhaspremiptJy and cheerfully meta and lfelnuulmrtine year we hope to have all our people pledged to assist for this Im portant work Street cleaning seems to be np ptrmosfi in most peoples thoughts arid we may well make it oinr prin eipnl work for the next three months Each town must solve that qaiie tion as best it mny We ttrttsb not be disheartened wlban we ead of the beautiful JfewBDigTundi vflillrtfteH We can never be as clean as tlaay arewe have our swft coal dmstr our limestone dust our lack of moolOand above all Drop care less fcabSte against us But we caw traIn Hnrnelves to feoU a personal resptKOHiibility for each imwiglnily astir toeap the tin oansv gild the garbage What is best to do with the latter has not been n tisfac torily settled by any city Can not some bright mind in our community solve the voxedl question Any suggestion may be sent to time president and will be thankfully received and reported Several of our merchants have r promised that in their journeys to other cities they will have our work on their minds will notice what is done to keep streets clean and beautiful and will report the result of their observation to us Our secretary has written sev oral places in regard to waste paper receptacles for the street corners Such receptacles seoUl to bo absolutely necessary and wo trust in ai start time to find something suit able for the purpose Have you noticed that tho butchers have removed the meats from the racks in front of their shops They did it instantly and cheerfully Tho council has ordered that nil obstacles be removed from the side wn 11t1IMr a very young man is in earnest about his work and promises to look after the alloys tho back yards and the sewers He is now at work 0C in South Frankfort and has al ready reported and served warrants on sixty persons fox untidy backyards What a comment on our housekeeping At our next meeting in July we believe we can report real prog ress along several lines In the meantime keep our motto in mindA long pull a strong poll and a pull all together KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Right Eminent Commander Geo A Lewis of Frankfort Eminent Grand Standard Beaver Joe Ewalt of Paris Eminent Commander Dr Lapsley of Paris Eminent Com mander Flies Browning1 of Lex ington Sir Knight GUIs of No 3y Cincinnati Sir Knight Detweiler North Middfietown were here Mon day night to assist CanHsle Com mandery U D in conferring the Order of the Templer on fours can didates Carlisle Mercury April 27 You CanPin- Your Faith TO JoE M FIoarr because it wonrt fail you in a pinch his reliable uniform Its tested before ft leaves the mill All grocers sell IL Made only by the ii E ffl nmiins CD Horse TimersISplit Five M i n 11 t e Re pea tersj Minute Repeaters ft In Gold Gold Tilled And Silver FOR SALE BY JillRU SELBERT Leading Jeweler J 0 fittCIIJlII LIIr I rIIfl s D JOHNSON GOS SPECIALS FOR THE 1IEEKWALKING SKIRTS 2 08 for skirts worth 0 00 BS for skirts worth 5 00 4 08 for skirts worth 10 00 Unusual Values CORSETS Exceptional Values at 49 Cents t S GO an ST f KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest euro for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK I81v mu = WILLIAM PATTIE Popular Frankfort Boy a Member of Fausts Superb Minstrel Company Whloh Comes to Capital Theatre ToNight for One Perform anco Only Among tho large number Frankfort boys that have made groat success in their chosen pro fessions both at homo and abroad there is perhaps none who can boast of having a larger number friends and acquaintances than our own Will Pattie nephew Miss Lucy Pattie who has been for several years superintendent of the Franklin county schools Will Pattie is the possessor of a magnificent tenor voice and knows how to use it as will bo clear proven to even the most skeptic tonight when Fausts Superb Min strels como to the Theatre for one performanceIJudging from reports from citie- all over the country whore th Faust Superb Minstrels have al peared they have the best attraction of its kind now en tour an Frankfort theatregoers will be fully patronagLet t and give our young fellow towns r man Will Pattie a rousing recep an d get your tickets Prices 2u and 75 cents and Seats now on sale l J W Gaylo does not hesitate to k1 recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 1 to his friends and customers In digestion causes moro ill health than anything else It deranges the stomach and brings on manner of disease Kodol Dyspo- sin Cure digests what you ett cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but a tissue building tonic as well Renewed health strength and increased vitality follow its use WORTHY IAN Mr Gee D Hancock for a nun- bor of years a district sabot teacher of this county has been selected by the Clay Village She by county SeLect Board as thoi Principal of their public school Mr Hancock is an efllciont an J teacher- IIFIAU7IFUI SIORYj Miss Maria Lindsoy laughter of Mr John B Liiulsey of this city has become quite an authoress 1She hits a beautiful story entitled and Clubs which is IluhI lished in Leslies Magazine for toMav Miss Liudsey is trot only nnr elegant and forceful writer but shHi is a musician of very considerable merit Wo wish our fair friend great success in both lines of labor t J IL GINGHAMS 7cts for Gingham worth tot lOcts for Gingham worth l2 etc 124ets for Gingham worth 15cts 14cts for Gingham worth 25ots DRESS GOODS Special Values Cull and see tlwmIr JOHNSON MAIN DiscoVeryi fpOIlr wellinformed RELIEF FOBJOHAOCO GROW- I Ils Organized Farmers the Power to Dethrone the Tobacco Trust t are in receipt of official notice IWo the headquarters of the Amer Society of Equity at Indian apolis Ind that this society wi send organizers into the tobacco growing districts to organize the growers to demand and receive l- oropFrhoKentucky Four meetings are already gulled at Morganfield Union Co April 16th Dixon Web stor Co April 18th Henderson owcnsIobroW Leo of Morganflold is in charge of arrangements for these ingot Other will bo hold growingnessee Indiana Ohio Virginia North Carolina Maryland Pennsylvania Connecticut New York and Wisconsin are organ Ized The plan of this farmers society fis difleront from any former one American Dcioty of Equity proposes to orMtfio farmers to rag compstheworld must have what the farmers suprtheirrcrops over year of dumping them soon after so that other people hold and man ipulato them It believes in farm storage rather than city storage It proposes to moire tho demand supalsystemuyear o f prices3ors packers food trusts and mid dlomonwithout any reference ro Idnew o controlled marketing and Aria making on the farm that there wit be oven greater consumption beI cause prices will be equitable to both producers and consumers and that yhon the year is around tin granarfftc and storehouses will ho- empty and tho indispensable goods of tho farmers will have been salcat tho farmers price This is not a society for tobaccoI growers alone but it is for every crop grown by farmers one soviet y for all agricultural interests It is tit society that fought for dollar and won It proposes to carry onIits work until every crop brings a profitable price and until the grow or takes his profit first before thotl middlemen or trusts can touch his tine product until farming is elevated to an equality for profits twith the host business in tinll11Tnizo special stress is placed on its andd merchants aro invited to ooopernto the building up of agriculture which melons prosperity for all Merchants want farmers to got good prices in tout farmers gun not roper without tho merchants prosper hence their interests are mutual If thn formers and mor chants join in this movement to tho tobacco industry and put on moro than its old tints proslporous basis it will bo tho industrial event in the history of tho localities afllcteds f SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS 10 00 for suits worth X12 00 14 00 for suits worth 18 00 10 00 for suits worth 20 00 Silks Unusually attractive in style and price MARRIEB ALLENSAUNDERS At the Galt House in Louisville on Sat nrday Mr Earl Allen of Detroit Mich and Miss Belle Saunders cf this city were married wholelbrideIlever raised in this city PITTMANH I N K S In San JDiego Cal on April 24 Mr Chas H and Miss Hinks were married Mr Pittman is well known and popular here where ho married his first wife who was a sister of Mr Win Cromwell and Mrs E P Den ton His bride is said to be a IDItNCANTHAChER fn cit on ruesda Mr Kirby s1 EIrjtmckerwere married by Judge J H Pols grove ROGERSDILLIOX Louis rills on Monday Mr TJrj Rogers and Miss Mary A Dillion both of 1this city were married by Rev J P Jenkins of the Franklin Street Churchti one of our hustling young business men He is a pop hmr candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer His bride jisa handsome young girl They were the recipients of hearty con gratulations SELFEXPLANATORY Forest City Ark May 1904 Mr John B Dryden Tho Old Man of the Call- Frankfort Ky Dear Sir 1inl timo soon and I would like to say for the heneflt of all that 1 had the pleasure of seeing the show in Lit tie Rook Ark last week also at Joiiesboro Ark this past week land they turned people away I an also say that it is one of the bust Minstrels I have witnessed in three years And I felt very proud to intro dune Will Pattie to my friends as being one of my homo boys His voico is fine In fact they have no thattpacked house in Frankfort in horn r of Will Pattie and I assure you all whjlgo will be of the saute opinion I am Yours very truly CHAS E LONG Fausts Superb Minstrels will boI the attraction at Capital Theatre tonight May 7 Seats on solo at litarrettsCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always fought Bears the- Signature of Tk BIRTHS WAJuEAt Thorn Hillof Thursday night to Mr E M Wal ace told wlfla laughter Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skiu diseases p Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery represents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to tha Week Bottles timesthePrepared by B DeWitt Chicago For stile by J W Gayle druggist oA S T Q IJABears the 1 NOTICE During the late rise caught o the Kentucky river six miles above felongdition Tho owner is notified to come forward prove property and requiresttMt TRIALFREE RIJ A 1JIEN1- Shntvlug tho perfect support of remedy gives will be sent on r quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians gal cited Write today for our free book which gives oar references terms etc cASSNew York City IT TODAY IDOinjurtctiottyou can do today is now gen Doitvice we want to give you about tht tacking cough or demoralizing cola 1el strllglIngwotks Take soul o nliablo routed for it to duyanc let that remody bo Dr hose lieus Gorman Syrup which has burn in uso for ov r thirtvllvo years A few dosos it will undoubtedly relieve you cough or cold thud Its oontinuod ISO fur a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if iron youlungsulleat a lIIIaS it has dune before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial- bQJlm rL regular size 75c At- aI11lftrllgists lyr t I UNDERWEAR 8 cents for vests worth 10 cents 12V cents for vests worth 15 cents r 21 cents for vests worth 25 cents 38 cents for vests worth 40 cents Embroideries Remarkable Values and Styles II BEAT HEjREADYAt her home near Forks 4 of Elkhorn on Tuesday April 26 Mrs Lulie C Ready aged To years tof heart failure Mrs Ready was a retiring Chris WhOfknewof tho Georgetown Christian Church nWilliamJoseph Galahuo and one sister Mrs George Bond to mourn her death The funeral services iwqre conducted by Mr Harry Shaw on Thursday and the interment was in the Frankfort cemetery WILLIAMS Hi this city on Sat urday Mr Fsaac Williams i Sr aged SJ years Mr Williams was about trio old cityHeman For a long time ho anjd his brothers Geo W Henry Ri and Minus Williams were contractors but for a number of years ho had onIagainHeliams jr of Louisville and Mr Jesse P Williams and Mr James oneIclaughter deathJcon- ducted from the Cemetery Chapel on SundayJfrternoon at 8 oclock by Rev GJfT Nugent of tho Moth odist church and the interment followed in the Gamily lot in our cemeteryCOTTLEIn this city on SUur ugedabout monia tntfElliott county The remains were taken to his old home on the C 0 Railway on Monday morning Ho leaves a widow but no chil dren TreatmentSjrmp eruption AGEstoshoworKingsseveroandConstipationJoe at all druggists WOMANS CUB atfhe Directory of tho Womans roomsloclock The regular monthly meeting of Mondayytoiidanco is desired as this will boa business meeting and the last yearr y nroJl1stoiulitiou Tonic blood purifier anfl btitrnilOlcents per package andLeCompte p vIIIi c ojI TtieFianRfortRountlaDDUi Kiiterotl nt tit postofllio at Krankfurt Kin lucky iisstHoniUlu s inailablo matter JEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 7 1903 REPUBLICAN STATE CON VENTION Tim Republicans of the Stat e held one of the largest and most enthusiastic conventions ever held by that party on Tuesday last in Louisville Contrary to expectations there was no fight and the contending factions as represented by Gov W O Bradley and Hon John W Yerkes were brought together and friendly relations established these two distinguished leaders pleading for harmony and clasping hands upon the stage pledging thom aelevs to let bygones bo bygones Resolutions endorsing the administration of President Roosevelt and instructing the delegates to cast the vote of Kentucky for his nomination were adopted amid great enthusiasm Gov W O Bradley Hon Geo W Long Col Richard P Ernst and Dr E E Underwood were selected as delegates from the Stateatlarge- A new State Central Committee was selected with Col R P Ernst as Chairman PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS POSITION McClures Magazine for May prints a most interesting excerpt from a letter written by President Roosevelt to Ray Stanard Baker commenting on his discussion of U Great Labor Conflicts in that magazine in which the President defines his attitude toward capitals und labor as follows- I believe in corporations I be iiieve in trade unions Both have come to stay and are necessities in our present industrial system But where in either one or the other there develops corruption or mere brutal indilference to the rights of others and shortsighted refusal to look beyond the moments gain then the offender whether union or corporation must be fought and if the public sentiment is calloused to the iniquity of either by Just so much the whole public is dam aged FIRM DISSOLVED The firm of Howard Noonan grocers corner of Main and Ann streets has been dissolved Mr W Arthur Howard retiring- ANNOUNCEMENT fir 0 lj Buckmaster Osteo puthic Physician is at his old offices at Mrs J E Miles residence 113 St Clair St Examina tion and consultation free Charges reasonable 88 tf SMALL BLAZE An alarm at 740 on Monday morning called the department to a colored boarding house next to the Corinthian Baptist Church Nero street where a bed had caught fire Damage to about 25 was caused including the destruc tion of two mattresses ARRANGING FOR RECEPTION Col W Rhodes Shackleford of Richmond was here on Tuesday making arrangements for quarters and a reception by Richmond Com mandery No Knights Templar They will have their headquarters i at the Capital Hotel On the evening 7of Wednesday May 18 they will hold a reception at the handsome home of Judge A R Biirnnm corner Wapping and Wilkinson streets They invite all our citizens to at tend THROUGH SLEEPER FROM LEXINGTON TO ST LOUTS VIA CHI SAPEAKE OHIO RAILWAYI Beginning May 28th tho Chosa puako Ohio Railway will inaugu rate a through sleeping oar lino to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Railway to leave Lox 1I1 ton daily at 520 p in and reach St Louis at 780 a m Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 p m and will reach Lexing ton on the C O train No L2 at 1110 a m the next morning tdIIL II Badly Shattered Nerves fand WeaK Heart Too Nervous to Slee or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwayleadsfromhereditary butitand regulates the hearts action enriches the willbuildimproveyourI have been so greatly benefited by Dr freelyrlcornmend cureWhenweighed scarcely nerves were badly shatteredand my heart troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on spellsandI could eat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmv nerves are steadas a die I sleep well happynowI went for doctors who did me no good CenterTexas botIeAddressUr For the Roundabout A PRETTY OCCASION The of weddings were solemnized at Mt Zion Church Wednesday April 6 1904 at 6 p m when Mr Allen Stigers one of the very highly esteemed and cultured young gents of Switzer and Miss Duetta R Allison one of Bensons youngladle8lock by Rev M B Adams of Frankfort When all was in readiness Miss Chew also of Frankfort struck the wedding march Then down the right aisle came Miss 1IaryRohertswhite and carriyng white fans At the same time down the left aisle came Mr John Allison and Mr Barr Clark Next came little Geneva Stucker dressed in white with green ribbons and carrying a lovely basket of white carnations and ferns Then came the bride beautifully attired in white Paris longtrn1lfnquet of brides roses and ferns She was accompanied by her maid of honor Miss Mary Hearn of Jett who wore a lovely green costume and also carried a dainty fan Down the left aisle came the hand some groom with best man Mr James Stigers The bride and groom met at the altar and stood beneath a green and white arch in which was suspended a lovely green and white bell After the pealedforthleft the chucrh by the right aisle The happy couple left immediately for Lexington where they remained until Tuesday evening and arrived at the home of the groom that nigh There a host of friends were waiting with hearty congratula tions and nn elegant supper consisting of the most choice viands Both bride and groom are to be congratulated for they have made such an excellent choice May your love be an evergreen bower Whose leaves never fall or decay May the throb of your hearts true devotion Grow sweeter and sweeter each day r NELLY GRAY SOLD HIS HOME Mr L B Weis nburgh jrIJnf sold to Judge Ben G Williams his brick cottage residence on Murray street for 4200 The house is almost new having been built by Mr Weisenburgh about two years ago Judge Williams gets possession at once but will not remove to it as time louse of Mrs Bridges who now occupies the place has sumo monhs to run SPRAINED HIS WRIST Mr Ed Porter Thompson jr clerk in charge of the completion of Confederate Records had the misfortune to sprain his loft wrist on Monday and thus compel him to lay by for a while DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDER ACY The regular meeting of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U n C will he held at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on Saturday May 7th nt 8 oclock p m All members cordially requested to attend 2t ISlAMPIXO GROUND DIEDOn Monday May 2 tits IIiMinio Glass Bluntnn wife of Mr 1 G Rlimton aged m yours nltor along and painful illness Mrs Rlnnton was a lady of lino ciIn- cter a faithful member of the Baptist church The funeral was conducted Oil Wednesday morning at oclock by Rev M B Ad Ins of Frankfort and the remains inpBORNTo Mr Poindexter and wife Nora April 211th a laughter BORN To Mr Jos Goodpaster- and wife a son born at the home of Dr A Stewart We have a now meat market opened by Mr Herman Stone and Mr John Miller We regret to learn that Mrs Eliza J King is very ill with but little hopes of recovery Mr J D Murphy lost a fine milch cow on Friday night from some unknown cause Mrs Richard C Head has her father Mr Zack Roberts of county as her guest OwenI Mr W Scott Yates who business at McLoud Oklahoma is visiting relatives here Mr Preston C Culvert nn old veteran of the nth Ky Cavalry C S A will soon go to the Home at Pewee Valley Mr J C B Stone and wife of Greenville Tenn visited here this weekA worthy colored man Lot Lewis aged 84 years died Sflnday near Great Crossings and was buried here Monday He was the father of 21 children 14 of whom are living The heavy rain and hail of Mon day April 25 washed the plowed ground badly and damaged water gaps etc Rev Geo W Hill of Covington who has been called to the care of the Baptist Church has accepted tho call and will take charge on Sunday May 15 Mr W O Calvert has gone to Trafalgar Ind with a view of locating His son Ben S who went with him has returned ofhickeyover a game of pool Albert Poin dexter and Em mitt Davidson in which Polndeter was seriously cut by Davidson with a knife David son gave bond to appear before the circuit court now in session at GeorgetownThe friends of Dr Jno A Lewis the distinguished physician and surgeon of Georgetown are glad to learn that he is improving from his dangerous illness UNO KENTUCKIANS DISCUSS DIF FERENCES IN WHISKY What is and what is not U straight whisky was tho subject of serious consideration by the Kentucky Commissioners to the Worlds Fair yesterday afternoon R M Allen Secretary of the National Association of State Food Products was one of the six men who appeared belore the Commission to argue the question The Commission after hearing the arguments on both sides decided thnt while it is able to see the difference between straight whisky and whisky that is not straight and deploring the filet that it finds no precedent in law that will enable it to take an action recommended that those who are interested in the question of straight whisky Inspect the labels on the bottles before drink inSt Louis GlobeDe- mocratSCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is h most sustaining food and tonic Jar the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send forfree sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 50c and SlOO all druggists i Iinand has been made under his sonal supervision since its perIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric i Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years II OUR PROTECTION IS YOUR GAIN Do you believe we can afford to do an unsatisfactory job of- painting or repairing or sell you a vehicle that will not give satisfaction As our future business depends on pleased customers we would be taking an enormous we not fulfill every promise made in these columns WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or painting or repairing and we are will ing to allow our work to us YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable and we guarantee our vork We are building a nice line of our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line of the best uptodate eastern work on the market If you need anything in our line phone or write us and our representative who is in Frankfort very week will call to see you SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Tress 1 1AMERICAN n Regular Style Stays in or 6 In apart S ecI tlMStaysMade of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Itt Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it 11 Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED q by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you howl it will save ycu money and feeze your fields so they will stay fence JI FRANK G STAGG f f SPECIAL AGENT fll tf f Iir IIII 1 l Special Interesting FeaturesWant n IYou Suit J I I Silk Wash Suit For THE CONCLAVE are special features with us J Save money by seeing them r CARPETS WAISTSuit 1These jf U A The with the that never fails to and burn your for the and THE CO IT WAS IN the writtenisung in the Thea throughouttrhit that the predictions are fair that a of this son be sold r 1904IIt was summertime she whispered That she loved me and Id won her heart and hand fiowrIH Posttadk4 Co No 6 28th New DISASTROUS is responsible for many a and the same causes are of from and But since the of Dr Now ery for Consumption and oven the oases can ho isLfof Muss is one of many whose life was saved h Dr Now Discovery Ihip allfoOc quid 100 ijl Trial free 4 rKodol i you eat L r I JI Commencement a specialty us We have the CORRECT MATERIALS AND Especially for Graduating Dresses w FARMER T Drawn l th ItJIYour Matches Coupon of real value in every box of SUEI21IGIT M ATC Hmatch long strong stick light Ask grocer Search Light Match Save the Coupons DIAMOND MATCH SUMMERTIME DIXIE LAND iAt present biggest Sons nightly principal million copies 0wtll during Leland Theatrical Music Supply West Street York WRECK kCnrolesRnesH railway wreck making human wrecks suiForers Throat Lung troubles advent Kings Discov Coughs tVColds worst Cragp Dorchester II Kings druggists bottlns Dyspepsia Cure Digests what DresssesA- re wtth GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE TH- EHenderson Route THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FO- RKEN1U 0 I AN S TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L Trav Pass J Boars the TRIMMINGS AgtIIIIJOUISVILI YI Special SATURDAY SHOWING Of Shirt Waists Stocks Belts GlovesAnd MUSLIN Underwear S FOR SALE I have on hand n good supply of my famous White which needingfirstolass HOSTETTERRT2tf lrA FESTIVALCINCINNATI 1114TH 1904 thoFrankfortImilFlnukfortDATES OF SALBMpy ll14th LIMIT May 10th 1004 AilltdDR E C ROEMELE DEUTSCHER ARZT Ottlco CODONNELLTKLKlIIONKrt Old 134 New 136 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 andOranmontulAsparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn Strawberryplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 12SmI possibiillfes IFURtext HOUSE CLEANING Reminds you you needa ne- wCarpet Rug Lace Curtains getthe 1AND INL t tl i j MowkYfi li P l SaffellsI Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods all kinds in Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies fi I Whiskies and Wines all ages and kinds 1M = TRY OUR FAMOUSr Red Jacket Cider n7iW fS WW bl AR ROGLRS SONS Stobc =Wcrmckc Elastic Bookcase V and Desk combined A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attractive Wt want to show us about it that Or The prices we are making mean J4 of the New of 4 and you = t T- HEEquiLable Life Insurance Society Y OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY t tiE Cojb 1111 u There are till a few of the Established ib Ai vy EXPOSITION OF HIGH ART andBoysof everygelitlemanart in modern ourcustomeryou haveall customunder the lapel Odd Sutis 7 22 15 Left on our table and if you really want a big bar gain try one of these 10 4o 20 Suits which are now Larger Lot of Smaller Sizes But We Can Fit All In This Assortment WITH EVERY BOYS Knee Pants WE GIVE FREE ONE OF OUR Pom= Pom Guns Great sport for the ones but no danger Large assortment of Childrens Suits r forIWe are displaying some rare novelties I III Shirt Waist Suits Skirts I I All of the new effects in White and Colored Just opened a new line of Sicilians and our 44 Black and Blue isa 7o cent value for 50 cents White Mercerized Cloth for Shirt Waists I at o cents per yard are really surprises DressesIt By careful purchases we have much improved Department In mens goods we the wellknown L Douglass 1877 i 1022 1722 2022 young III added 11 SUIT Harmless 1II IW Shoe comment I Our Ladies Shoes at 125 to 3 Are custom goods The newest low cut shoe for LadiesMisses and Children 522 and OoJ111coot supmwme II I I WE RECOMMEND OUR FAMOUS G D To our trade as being the best values on the market in 50c and 100 goods Once worn you will always want our line Here are two of our many popular styles and we have all others They wear extra Always the Best Values For the Least Money IDAVISEstablished t nM i1t1i n ca 750 CORSET wellF 1877 IIIih 1IJ jt- H Ltt f l I I1fJ RELIGIONS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M B Adams the pastor will I at n in and 8 p in BefldeAt CrossSundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible r Class Taught by Mr S E Hut j ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Young Peoples Union chapelaevening at 8 oclock in the chapel Visitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn roe tor Sunday May 8 1904 980 a in Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Ser mon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer in the chapelFriday 780 p m Meeting of the Parish Bible Class- Everybody cordially invited CHRISTIAN CHURCHPresi dent Burris A Jenkins of Kentucky University will preach at 11 a m and 780 The series of evangelistic meetings will continue through the week- Sundayschool at 930 in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the Leader The Pr chapelIBusiness Meeting The Junior J meet in the chapel at 330 oclock Friday afternoon Everybody cordially invited 1SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Ieoples Society at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday r1 jht night at 7 0 in 4Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev IFather Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 730 a m mtSundayschool at 2 p m PRESBYTERIANifey D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m i Sundayschool at U45 a m hrisIinvitedPrnormeetlug at 780 p 111iattend The toj JJ METHODIST CHURCH Rov C Nugent the pastor will preach at a m toad 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m i Epworth League will moet Inj Ladies Parlor at 730 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed tngotingsafternoon fur bO f at 230 and men at HaOIAll boys and men are invited I BUYS TO BUILD Mr J A Crossflold has purchased i a lot from Mr David Nicol toad Mrs Graham and is building a grocery store on the corner of the 4 alloy on Logan stree- tS If r SyrupPuxifleethebloodCerateoiatmentfortheeldn uffiti ASK FOR GORDON DYE HOSIERY- Y S F R G CORSETS KABO CORSETS- W C C CORSETS PERRINS KID GLOVES 1GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont nil come from Kentusky Their main source is the liverand nil the fine splits ever mnde in the Blue Grass State could not remedy had liver or the hundredandone ill effects it pro duces You cant stave good spirits and a bad liver at the same time oomllItlonlight of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowerthe great est of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite 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 7oc At all druggists lyr IT WAS SUMMERTIME IN DIXIELAND At present the biggest Song Hit in this country was written by Edwin Kendall and is being sung nightly in the principal Theatres and Music Halls throughout this country It is such a great hit that the predictions are fair that a million copies of song will be sold during 190- 1CHORUS It was summertime in Dixie when she whispered soft and low That she loved me and Id won her heart and hand When I kissed the fairest flow r ever grown in Southern bowr It was summertime in DixieDix ieland receipt of 25 cents in Post IUpon a copy of this bpauti will be mailed to any address in the United States by the Theatrical Music Supply Co No 0 West 28th Street New York CaSXOnABears B1pature cf A IiI Every 58I Bedbug i Must Go gg TC1 YOU HAPPEN TO DIS cover that arc iIWwnM Eof giving them n vigorous hint to leave is by the use of Ie GAYLES IE Bedbug Killer No bedbug exists that will not ntSRW e It is just as effective with w roaches limits liens and other insects Destroys not only the sty insects but also their eggs We W know of nothing that will take MItcosts but 25 CTS W ii GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE- CorIf Ann and Broadway IE iMSM IIii7MS7itC7i iIOJ ittt u A COOL SPRINGBAD ON THE DRY GOODS MAN 1N DAS Ian early spring and expected to do a large business Iwoiither was against us so at this time we line our stock in Every Department going to do is to make prices so that we will make up PatternsALVAYS not sell in Apt it You CUll look where yon may and store and you will find our stock largest and our PRICES THE LOWEST Sole for Ick VE in the ODonnell ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutche- of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CUREI HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrShinglert and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz AveI fill a newspaperIresponsible witnesses of what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and yOU JielpitGAYLES DrugStore FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec 15tf 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 52 te CANDIDATEFORJILER emsyfnflhdllhc0Juige tftTtlntysubjectcratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce cunInext Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te genuineLaxativetho remedy that carry n cold In one day CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con eOnsuntlationispoor patlnt load the rich patient by1roporSyrupFronIs made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rost and the absenco of that weakening cough Rostlessto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive emu takingGormlarly Should you be able to go to a wanner clime you will find that eonsunaptiyesthorn and regain strength mire those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size lye At all druggists i yr i Fashion Sheets Free r I WILLIAM YE03tAYt1 W McKEE I 1 The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Coi so Well and Favorably Known to of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehi- cles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for ns than nil tho printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy k yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 we shall fully maintain in the several departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor possibleiare pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEEtOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 1 1911 FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 BEST rtGOO Jrallsatisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and if at any time you get anything hero which is not right we ask you to tell us of U JOHN DRISCOLLflFrankfort Kentucky ij A Physician Cures His Wife O- fCONSUMPTION One of the Itffitiiiig hvslclnii8 of tin State of Kentucky writes iiiicitf the date of OctoUer 30 1908 of the remarkable cure which theIYr Stevens East Iiulirt Consumption Cure made for his wife DR STEVENSNOYES + yourRemtedydid ail I could fur her and also had four of my host brother phvsi f Cousuntptiouandwere fast destroying what remained of them At this time she was so t sutferederlibl c to keep her alive reeommondbut tosnakemenced the use of your Remedy following tho rules explicitly It is deoldedImploolllont hasrucuntlythis statement advocateSlovens East India Consumption Cure should have its powerful tonic factthatteelthatedgement of the wonderful cure which this Remedy mantle in my wifes easeTfool at liberty to refer anyone to inn who wishes to make further you may in quiry regarding your treatment for Consumption etc1 monthTIllItspositiveDR STEVENSMOVES Proprs Rochester N Y For the Remedy and full information symptom blanks etc apply to DR J S GOODRICH Rinjold Building Frankfort Kentucky Con 83Lu ultllton absolutely freeAll examinations also f ivo to jmtUmts wing tho above f0ll1ool1i it C twf J i iTTi 5000000Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For President to be cast 8 1904 aoooooo will be distributed in each of these contests making oooooo on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give a I brand First Prize of x500000 Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle ouI in addition to the ular free premiums to one vote in either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair At Chicago July the attendance was 283273 For nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Com pans office Toledo Ohio on or before June 30th we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize 52500001 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes S6OOOO each OOOOO 5 Prizes 20000It OOOOO 10 Prizes 10000It 100000 20 Prizes 5000II 100000 50 Prizes 2000 100000 250 Prizes 1000II 250000 1800 Prizes 500II OOOOOO 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 ItoI acknowledgment CONTEST- What 4279 PRIZES 4219to Publicaggregating 4500000In which we shall to Grocers Clerks particulars in LION cases grand total of COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEECONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO DOING NICE BUSINESS The Seller Carriage Co of Versailles seem to be doing considera ble business in this city recently They have taken contracts for some ten or twelve good jobs of work Mr Ward one of the company was in the city Monday to deliver some four pieces of finished work and they were all in nice shape COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was County Court day The weather was fine and there was a largo crowd in the ity There was a considerable amount of stock on the market Prices stiffened up some REVENUE COLLECTIONS The following internal revenue taxes collected by Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts for the month of April 20SO barrels 81 814 S10 tax gallons 8910689 amount of tax SPRING- ER ACES LOUISVILLE KY On this account the h S N sell May 1st to 18th inclusive round trip tickets Frankfort to at This rate will apply Derby Day td A V RITE Agent the PRESIDENTIAL will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all combined at the election November 819041 In election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received in Woolson Coos office Toledo 0 on or Nov we will first prize for the nearest cor rect estimate second prize to the oext follows First Prize 1 Second Price 100000 2 Prizes S5OOOO each 100000 5 Prizes 20000 00000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5000II 100000 50 Prizes 2000 250 Prizes 1000 1800 Prizes GOO 900000 PRIZES TOTAL the to give see a CO Sure will 245 nearest 2139 IN MEMORIAM In loving of our dear husband and father William Duke who passed away April 28th 1902 Two long sad years has passed away Since father has left us forever to stay Never will his memory fade Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around the grave where he is laid We never will forget him so gentle kind and true Ho is sleeping in the silent grave Beneath the sod and dew Call not back the dear Anchored safe where storms are oer- Suffering and sorrow no more rages He rests where billows ceaso to beat Within the Rook of Ages FROM HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN Neglected colds make fat graveyards Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age OASTOElXABears 1 Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our to you that your es J timate is recorded VOTE candidates Spico before give etc etcl1s S2GOOOO 100000 250000 2000000 Distributed addition 5000 COFFEE making 5000000 WOOLSON SPICE Louisville remembrance departed MUST BELIEVE IT When WeilKnown Frankfort Peo ple Toll It So Plainly When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Franfkort proof is positive You must believe it Read this testimony Every backache suffer er any man woman or child with any kidney trouble will find profit in the reading W T Reading dry goods dealer at 815 Broadway and residing at 225 Elk Place says I have tho greatest faith in Doans Kidney Pills for my experience taught me that they are true to their representations For months I was plagued with backache not sharp pains but a dull aching all the time I first noticed it over my hips then by degrees it worked across tho small of my back the pain being so constant that I be came so lame and sore that if stopped or sat for a while I hardly straighten When I II Doans Kidney Pills advertised and especially recommended my trouble I got a box at J W Gaylrts drug store After using them a few days I noticed a marked Improvement in my condi tion and in a short time I was cured I will corroborate this statement at any time in a personal interview or in reply to any com munication mailed to me For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for tho United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER i WHISKEYtIFH TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky raJ4dJf51rtt QJ t ty K4Fy t3- b rt V i ijfJ4 tt t Pleasant tOltllke J Laxative Syrutp NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines cJ Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE- r WORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEIMost Quantity Quality for 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies CBDGroQoxSXSI St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Broadway No 2 Ex In in oo WbcDAWomaifieIsDQprQSSQd y has frequent a bad ctso ot nerves lack of maladyItsDont tall to get today at your a bottle HERBINEand dlestlve organs to heir feel a now woman after 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTSI EVERY 3f Clair B WEITZEL Cor St Clnir Broadway LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1908 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DullyEx IIA SunI ILCnc headaches druggists Kidneys PAUL IISttlou H Ij 1Dltlly 3IDallh IAr225 745 Lexington 1010 606 20IJ406 Stanton 828 430 485 954 Natural Bridge IWI 401 H47n015 1180 94Jsclwon 625 22b OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMI No DailyEx IDtlly Ex 8undI Bert StlltlllJlHJ Non DailyEx A N Ar DallyEx 0 0 r 923 No No r Ni A M Lvo P1II 101PAr PlI Ari1I site 11m O K unction aU 1126 i 168 Wilhurst 4x7 1152 152 Hamilton 410 Ill 128 11 5lti 1222 j111I 843I Hulitchawa i18 128193 Cannel City 545 121 t and will mole connoutitm at O K Junction with and for + polntH un tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR J CHARLES SCOTT General MnnuccrG P A I rk 1 i i lL