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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJTHE FKMKFORT ROUNDABOUT OKO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I i YOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 14 1904 NO 36 A STRANGE POLICY Wo hear it deal about the raoItoriand urging the importance of plant ing special privileges as induce ments for their so doing There can be no question hut that lonetsuch institutions bring largo num bers of people to locate in tills city where they obtain employmon t and disburse the vases so earned to the butcher the baker tho drys goods merchant and the groaor Rut does it not look a little strange to hear these same peoples who are urging tho propriety of the first course of conduct turn around and inveigh against institutions already located here who have a largo corps of employes spending their money in our midst simply for sooth because the boilers and smokestacks that furnish time power for the operation of these institu tions hive out smoke soot and dirtIt is well known that you cannot operate a manufactory of any kind without the power necessary toI operate it and in order to create that power it is necessary to have furnaces boilers and smoke stack You cannot have the sweet without some of Hie bitter benefits without disadvantages And when it is in sisted that a manufactory must move simply because annoyances tf inevitably accompany them as 10 cated you at once stop all ad fivaneenment in that line Wo are lead to these reflections by the news that the 1 E M Mill ing Co has determined to closo up its business hero dismantle its big mill and remove to another city where there is less animosity towards enterprise This company have some thirty people employed their payroll f amounts to some 500 per week and every dollar of that money isI spent by these employes in our cit The company have been annoyed I and abused until their patience is exhausted and this is the result Not only do we lose the benefit set out but the farmers of ftiaboe are deprived of tho- r market for their grain and they will in turn purchase their sup r plies inevitably in the city where J they dispose of their produce Tho injiny to our city is far reach ing and disastrous Many homos will he broken up and many bread winners will have to go elsewhere for tho means of livelihood for themselves and their loved ones HELD OVER James Ellis who is charged with conduct producing the loath of his wife and infant child had his ox aimning trial before Judge 1 H Polsgrovo on Saturday timid wits held over to the Circuit Court in tho bond of 1000 which he was unable to give- LADIES AND CHILDREN Who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cath artic pills an especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find it necessajy to rake a liver medicine should try these lIlS pills and compare tho mugreeahlyl- tplerts0rht and strengthening effect nauseating ami weakening conditions following tho use of other remedies Little r Risers cum biliousness cJOnstipli tion slob headache jaundice ma laria rural liver troubles Sold by J W Gayle JUMPED THE TOWN A lad by the name of Albert Pommoring son of Mr Chas P0I111 mering fa cooper employed at the Hermitage Coopers hops South Side became enamored of a wider acquaintance with the world last week mend departed without letting his parents know of his intention Ho had been employed as a runner for the National Rranch Hank and as a carrier for this paper on tho South Sidle DESERVING YOUNG MAN LEAVES US Prof Herbert J Diokorson who has been assistant teacher in tho Frankfurt Business College has accepted a position with tho Mason Hogo Co at Ridge lop Penn and left for that place en Sunday morning Mr Dickerson is a worthy young noun and we regret that his health compelled him to leave us We are glad to know that he secured a good position that will hive him outdoor life which lie needed DECORATE Wo would earnestly urge upon our citizens and lousiness omen espe cially to decorate their houses next week in honor of tho Defend ers of the Cross Drlyeuvers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions r tLAIRD SCIIOBLQ Osj t OXFORDS fullisprinb line of these cele brated OXFORDS We r have them in Patent Leather the new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts r and turns and Black and I Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cos shoes are the finest made RIK McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANIFORT KY BAD ACCIDENT j While Mr Chas Oliver a young painter find paper hanger in the employ of Mr Victor Laughlin was at work removing old paper from the walls of tho dwelling of Mr Robert W Noel corner of Second and Main streets South Side tho stepladder upon which lie was standing broke with him precipi tating him to the floor and one of the upright cross stanchions pierced his side breaking two ribs and puncturing the lung Dr N M Garrett and Dr E Carl Roomoio wore at once summoned and attended to his injuries which are very serious Mr Oliver was an industrious and worthy young fellow the principal support of his widowed mother and children IHE FXESl FA BlUe halo by human skill is coarse compared with the lining cf tho bowels When this tender mem brane is irritated we have pains diiirrhuMi and lllOlerltmOl thoIkiller according to tho directions with each bottle Travelers in all climates curly Painkiller in their gripsacks Large bottles 25 ami 50 cents DECORATION DAY Arrangements are hein2 made fur tho approaching Dcoration Day May BOth lime G A R Albert G Bacon Post No 80 will have their usual program In addition the German Benevo lent Association at their last moot ing determined to observe the witliA R decorating the graves of some ten of their departed brothers This is a move in the right direction Wo earnestly hope that the Con federate Association will see their way clear to unite also in this bcmutifulleniceWo gallant men who laid down their lives as a sacrifice to the cause of tho South if they could come back to earth would join in adovcating this course Wo be all brethen There is but one country It is equally dear to all It has been cemented by the blood of both sides Let us thn pay tribute to tho silent Ian1of both sides PUT OUT YOUR FLAGS Let every citizen of Frankfort show their appreciation of tho gathering of tho Knights Templar in our city next week Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday by orna menting their louses with flags and banners FINED EACH Upon complaint of one White a mountain logman Wm Steele and James Whalen of this city were arrested and brought before Judge Herndon on Wednesday charged with throwing White Into tho river because ho would not run a raft through to tho Ohio as they say he contracted to do I Judge Herndon fined each of the moo and costs- GAINES HIS POINT Dr W E Baxter had made his arrangements to put up some cot tago houses on his property just beyond tho railroad bridge on tho West Side Some property owners protested but the City Council granted him permission on Monday nightWHEN THE SAP RISES Weak lungs should bo careful Coughs and colds are dangerous tlioii Ono Minute Cough Cure cures cough and tolls and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fonner of Marion hid says sulfured with a cough until run down in weight from 148 to lbs I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful rom ely cured mo entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored mo to my normal weight health mud strength Sold by W Gayle COME TO THIS STORE FOR YOUR Dry i I OOISwI ilf And you will not regret it You are always sure of the lowest prices and the goods repteseutedNe1v dailyWash Goods Thousands of yards of tho newest goods to bo found in tho market Cotton Voiles Etamine Linen Suitings Mercerized Madras Ginghams Chambrays Percale etc Wo are sure that wo can please you all we want is a chance to show you our goods Extra values at lOc lye and 5c White Goods For Waists Skirts and Dresses Wo have a complete stock especially the kind that is used for Graduating Dresses and you will find our prices unusually low on these goods Ask to see what we are show lug at 15o J5c and 50c per yard Remember that wo can an immense stock of Embroicl r los and Laces as low as 5c and as high as 150 per ya- rdParasols Just opened a new shipment of the very latest novelties in all the beautiful shades Wo ate showing extra values at 100 150 200 and HOO lIWhi HON W J STONE BADLY HURT Hon Wm J Stone former Speaker of tho Kentucky House of Representatives and afterwards Congressman from the First Dis trict was thrown from his buggy near his home in Lyon county on Wednesday and badly if not fatally hurt Mr Stone is well known in this city and has many warm friends who will regret to hear this bad news NOT A SICK DAY SINCE I was taken severely sick with Iddllt trouble I tiiud all sorts of medicines none of which reI lieved me Ono day saw an ad of your Elee trio Hitters and doter mined to try that aster taking a few doses felt relieved aunt soon thereafter was cured and Imo not seen a sick day since tHIlttllormud Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what H F Bass cf Fremont N C writes Only 50c at all drugigsts jTailor MadeSuits HALF PRICE Way less than cost We want to close them out as we will not carry over one suit if prices will beany inducement Remember the stock is line ited only a few more left You will have to come at once if you wish to take advantage of these rare bargains Shirt Waists Hundreds of boautiful Waists to select from in Lawn Mercerized Madras Batiste and Silk Wo have the celebrated Parker and Geisher Waists atryitsee what wo ore showing Ex tra volumes at 100 00 800 and cO- OShirt Waist Suits New styles coining in almost every week in white and col ore Linen Batiste Mercerized Material etc These suits are well made neatly trimmed We have them at 200 300 500 and 800 Call und see them Childrens Wash Dresses We have them in all sizes made of Gingham Madras Cloth Pique Linen etc she selections we are showing at Ijc and upward will please yon arsas BROIKYI entirely A CASE FOR THE GAME WARDENS Our local Isaak Waltons am outraged at tho news which comes from Switzer that the dynamiters are getting in their work on Elk plnceIkilledSUCCESSFUL OPERATION On Monday last Rev Jno IL Rurdin of Mr Eden brought his son hurl to this city to gain tho benefit of a delicate and dangerous surgical operation Dr C IC Val lace and Dr G F Thompson per formed the operation with grout success Tho young man we lira glad to say is progressing nicely IOA s IABean the 1 Boufitt rPERSONALolMis Bcssiiv Llndsey of Louis villo is visiting relatives lioiv Mrs lltttio Mon nee PHI is tho guest of Miss Cordio offers hiss Mario Iiindsoy of Louie1 villo is the guest of relatives here Mr Whit Moore wont to Shelby villo on a business trip Monday Mr 11 R Wilson returned Mon day froin a trip to St Louis Mo- Mr Gporgo Ireland has uono to St Louis Mo Miss Ruth Mutt hows of Now Castle Is visiting frluiuls and rela tives hero Mi s Lucy Chinn attended tlio Music Festival in Cincinnati this week Miss Marirnrot Perbonoh attended the Music Festival in Cincinnati week11i Stedman Cox was the nest of Misses Todd West Side this week J lid 10 J Galloway of How ins Green was here yesterday on business in the Court of Appeals Miss Dora Ijindsey of ion isviilo is the finest of Mrs lohn W Gaines on Broadway Mr Goo F Berry and wife at tended the Music Festival in Cin oinnat this week Col W C P Broekinridgo of Lexington attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Mr Mason IL Hnrrot of Louis YUle spent Sunday here the nest of his mother Mrs W F Barret Misses Anna Hell nod Lizi0 M Hunt Chinn Taft for St Louis Mo on Monday to visit relatives B Miss Edith Cnnn of Hardstown t was the guest ol her sister Mrs fl Dr J W Hill this week athestreet this week Miss Louise Hushes is the guest of her uncle Mr John S MeKen trick in Shelbyville Mrs B Todd Crutcher and sonoJohn returned Sunday night x visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Chas Kellar who has heen visiting his parents in Cincinnati has returned home Mr Geo H Watson returned Monday from a business trip to St Louis Mo Mr McKenzie R Todd returned Monday from a trip to St Louis Mo Mr David P Davis and wife visited her parents in Shelbyville on Sunday firs Paul Weitzel and baby are guests of her father Capt John A Geary in Lexington i4Mrs Hallle Rodman and daugh ter Niss Susie are guests of Mr John W Rodman Todd street Mrs Anus Tinsley Armstrong and children have returned from n visit to relatives in Covington Capt Tlios Hardin of Mon terey was in the city on business f in the Court of Appeals this week Hon Eli H Brown of Bards town visited relatives here this week Mrs John H Stuart told daugh ter have Irene to New Jersey to visit friends Mr John H Stuart left Thursday to attend thy dedication of the New Elks Home at Maysville Judge A P Humphrey and Judge Shncld ford Miller of Louisville were here on Wednesday Miss May Thomas of Mayfield is the guest of Misses Nell and Pattie Thomas Third street Miss May Thomas and Miss Pattio Thomas visited friends near Farm dale this week Mrs O L Powers of Woodlake Is visiting her mother Mrs Win Scofleld near Farmdale t Rev O L Powers of Woodlake is attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Nashville Penn Mrs A Logan McKee of Cincii nati visited her mother Martha French this week illsI Judge Snerley and wife of IllI- nois were guests of Mr George Baker Third street this we8JI sisItfSaturday Mr Maupin Woodson loft Monday for Trinidad Col where ho will rejoin his parents told make home in future hlHI Miss Emily Thomas who as been the guest ol her brother Mr L A Thomas Thomasville Ga hIs returned 1101110iCapt 1 T till night 110111 MuKeo Jackson eOltllt where he attended circuit 1courtMiss Cordie Jailers returned Tues day from Catlettsburg whwre she wont with her invalid friend Mrs Lawson Mr H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city Thursday delivering threw buggies sold hero GeorgeItown Mis Henry Iroysand children Greenville Miss are visiting er pnrents Col Chas E Hand eru wife Mr IIorhiirt L DUki rsnn loft for Poker Toun nn Sunday whoro MasonIMr thins F Hulrion of Clarks bmg W Ya who has boon limo Cuost of his cousin Rov M H Adams roturuod homo on Tuosday Miss Ruth Smith of Switzer will has boon the guost of belt cousins Misses Lilian and Clara Thomp son has returned homo Mr Tas Matthews and wife loft Sunday for Paducah whoro Mr Matthews will attend thin Uiand Lodge O R 1- 1irs1 B Lewis who hors boon the guost of Mrs John P Hanley Sliolby street is visiting Mrs W Lowis at Woodlake Mrs Lyda Mundloy Snndifor of COIn tou who has been visiting relatives hero returned home on Monday Mr David Wiahoitt late with the Kentucky River Mills has gone to Newark N 1 whore ho will reside Mr S I Lanham has accepted a position with a Paducah firm and will leave here the lust of next monthCol A F Rosche of time Frankfort Chair Co was called to Tole do Ohio oil Monday by tho serious illness of his mother Miss Mary Rockwell of Cinein nati who has boon tho guest of Miss Nellie Marshall has returned homo Mr H W Godfrey local Secre tary of the Y M A loft Tuos day to attend a mooting of the Y C A in Now Yuck City Miss Elizabeth Hazolrigg who has boon tho guest of Miss Alice rad Icy in Lexington hits re turned home Mrs Lucy Tiusley Mrs E C Tinsley and lire Ar na Armstrong nd children left this morning for future home in Now Orleans LaMr Edward F Trabuo tho bril liant lawyer of Louisville hut for mer Frankfort boy was in the city this week on business in the Court f Appeals President B A Jenkins who has conducted n ton meeting in tho Christian Church returned to his home in Lexington on Thurs dayICol W J Wilmore of Nicholas ville Supervisor of Distilleries for the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co was in the city Saturday Mr Ed H Cronniger and Mr Joseph Knoederman of ton were in the city on Tuesday in the interest of Covington Com mandery who propose to attend tHe Grand Conclave Mrs Ann Mary Stephens and daughter of Ohio were called hero by tho serious illness of her father Mr Chas Featherston Wo are glad to know that Mr Feath erston is somewhat better Rev George Darslo and wife en tertained at dinner on Tuesday Rev Burris A Jenkins U D RHV Win Crowe Rev M B Adams Admiral C C Todd Mr Geo L Payne Gen Fayotto Hewitt and Dr John W Onl It was a delightful armory entirely informal Mr Robt A Thomson Jr who has just graduated from tho Louis ville School of Pharmacy has heel tho guest of his father for several returned to Louisville on Tuesday where ho has accepted a position with the Fowler Drug Co corner Fourth and Brookinridge streets His many hit uds hero re joice at his successful start in life IIorse l inJersIOIl rOl1 Split Seconds l iYe1 lir2irteRe- pen ters JVii a te repeaters hi Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY ilmLedingS T Jeweler MAtW jl fJ l r t II f Ir 1 x itt IlT NEARILY 1Z D a000 K USE I FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERI i I Masonici Conclave Tuesday Evening May 17th i From 7 to 9 oclock p in recep tion to Sir Knights of the Grand and Subordinate Comm manderies and their ladles at the residence of Right Eminent Grand Commander Sir Geo A Lewis 121 Second streetFrom 8 to 10 p in reception to Sir Knights of the Grand anti Subordinate Connnanderies and their ladies by Right Eminent Past Grand Commander Sir F H John son at his residence 831 Shelby street Wednesday May 18th t From 3 to 5 p in reception to Sir Knights and their ladies by Mays vlllo Commandery No 10 at their headquarters at Capital Hotel From 3 to 5 p tins reception to Sir Knights and their ladies by Ccour de Lion Coimnandory No att their headquarters at Capital Hotel From 7 to 9 p m Lawn Fete by Louisville Commandery No1 at the residence of Mrs W T Sec tt corner of Main and Wilkinson streetsFrom 9 to lip m reception by Versailles Commandery No S at their headquarters in Music Hall in Odd Fellows Temple on St C From to 12 p m reception by Owell bOlo Commandory No lit at their headquarters in the BullI Room at Capital Hotel Thursday May 19th- 7 rom 4 to p in reception by Richmond Commandery No 19 at their headquarters at the resi dence of Judge A R Burnam corner of Wapping and Wilkinson streets From 8 to 10 p m reception at Elks Home by Frankfort Lodge B P O E No to Sir Knights of Grand and Subordinate Com mandcries At 8 p m public installation of Grand Officers at the Opera House From 9 p m until morning Hall at the Capital Hotel given by Frankfort Commandery No 4 EIGHT BANDS i t IN THE PARADE- t t Frankfort Conunatulnry IMP on rnlllfortIthe annual uonulavo and wo may expect to hour the strains of mar tial music upon our streets from Tuesday afternoon until Friday morning Jn addition to time regu Jar force our home hand will he reinforced hy six or eight firstclass musiciiins front Cincinnati and will show up well in the parade They aro under contract to play all the time- Covington Commandery will bring Smiths Hand of Cincinnati and as II Old Smithie hUH seldom missed a conclave for twenty yours and is himself a Knight he knows what the buys want never tires tan will sOlid forth sweet strains all the time ho is here- Cynthiana will bring their own band with them EllsIa bring one of time best bands in that r city Versailles will also have a hund1 Webb and Jiyan Cominanderios will also bring their own music so that there will be eight or ton musical organlations here to liven up tho old town Several of them will bo hero only for tho grand parade hilt three will remain the entire time PROGRAMME t 7 Of Installation of GranJ Officers at this Opera House Thursday Evening May 19th at 8 Oclock t t Music by tho orchestra Presentation of Lloyd Jewel to Commandery most proficient in conference of Templar Order Right Eminent Grand Commander Response by member of successful Commandery Music Installation of Grand Com mander Remarks by Grand Commander entrance into ulnae- Music Installation of Deputy Grand Commander and Grand Generalie Bimo Music Installation of Grand Captain General and Grand Senior Warden Music Installation of Grand Junior Warden and Grand Prelate Music Installation of Grand Recorder and Grand Treasurer Music Installation of Grand Standard Bearer and Grand Sword Bearer Music Installation of Grand Warder and Grand Captain of Guard Music HEADQUARTERSt Of Frankfort Commandery No4 in Y M C A Rooms Masonic Templet The headquarters of Frankfort Commandery No 4 will be located In tho Y M C A Rooms in Ma sonic Toniplr and will he open from it oclock until 10 p m on Tuesday May 17th for the registration of visiting Knights and their ladies und the distribution u badgesOn Wednesday and Thursday May 18th mud Iflth Frankfort Com mandery will keep open house there from 12 m until 10 p m Wednes day and from 1 a m until p m Thursday furnishing a substantial lunch or light refreshments to all Masons and their families whether Knights Templar or not and the invited guests of Sir Knights BUYS TO BU Ill Mr J A Crossflold has purchased a lot from Mr David Nicol und Mrs Graham and is building a grocery store on tho corner of the alley on Logan street Had blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health destroyIA little life may bo sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont have Dr Thomas Electric 011 on hand for the emergency Mi Ltaf1ksISidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief nod one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Buck Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Dru Stores Frankfort Ky May 21 y l DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO nStPort HuronylMagnificent Steamarrfofins Leaving foot of Madison Street Dally at trainsReturningSundaysoool Fare to unlimited round trip Siac excursions to Detroit end return Week Doyat sundays 75C Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only zoo meals and berth extra Special Slater 1o SocUlitJ Closeconnections Detroit with steam lart for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc nearestr0 F OFPA i Ie 0 TIME 111111 ib No21 No ISOUTH MPM Lexington 83 Bin J4l8nkr rt IUUJ 013 Suelbyville- ArLonIrvlHe 700 11100 8OC NORTH 10221No MP SI Lv Louisville 330 600JSlielojvll o 700 Frankfort 1018 710 A Lexington 1116 d10A1R t Jmi S D JOHNSON GOS SiECIALSFQRThbWEEKWALKING q 2 04 for skirts worth 00tis for skirts worth h 4 OS for skirts worth 10 Unusual Values CORSETS 00I Exceptional Values at 49 cents IJJT KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsrJ IFOR CONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG allII LES or MONEY BACK 1tsv BIRTHS GORDONTn this pity on Tues day to Mr Smith Gordon and wife a dluuhterIMANDER Mr and Mrs Geo A Lewis wil JocnllKtalon Tuesday evening May 17th from i to 9 oclock They will bo assisted by Mr and Mrs r H Ewrilt Mr and Mrs W H Kidd Mri and Mrs H H Roberts Mrs H Williamson MrT B Lewi Mary Lou Baker Lii JJ tnpr Belle Giltnor Nellie hell Margaret A Lewis Cornelia E Miller Annie Hamilton Maine CrutcheriATTENTION MASONSI A general to all Masons of the city and their wives to attend the reception to bo given by Frankfort Commander No4 K T in Y M C A Hall I commencing on Tuesday evening p 1 next May 17 and continuing throughout the Conclave I v lOAS IJI 0nJA fBears the IPrice A lave Boogh KNIGHT TEMPLAR RECEPTIONiMr and Mrs Frank H Johnson will receive the visiting and resi lent Knights Templar at their homo 331 Shelby street on Tues day evening May 17 from 8 to 10 oclock They will be assisted by Mr Paul M Moore anti wife Col t and Mrs Sam H Stone Mr and Mrs D W Liudsoy Jr Mr and Mrs Frank G Stagg Mr and Mrs Thos H Stagg Mr and Mrs R R Burnani Mrs Goorgo F Berry Mr and Mrs Geo B Harper Mrs Anthony Rollins Be main Mrs L P Tarlton Mrs Jos C Bailey Mrs W M Sairell Misses Chris J tine Reynolds Mary Mason Scott Esther Buruani Virginia and Mar garet Johnson Sue Dunn Elixa beth Copy und Christine Bradley J W Gay Ic does not hesitate t recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to his friends Band customers In digestion causes more ill heap than anything else It dornng the stomach and brings on a manner of disease Kodol Dyspep sin Cure digests what you oat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not only a perfect digostaut but a tissue building tonic as well Re newed strength und increased vitality follow its use i 7cts for Jiiigiwm worth UKs lOcts for Gingham worth 12Arts liUrts for Gingham worth loots Mots for Gingham worth 25fts DRESS GOODS Sppoial ttluesCull and see t IWI11 HARVIELAND Farmers are busy planting corn and preparing their tobacco lundiWe are to lost one our MarIIRhallthis week for Casey county IMrs Von Bra vnerand daughters iIondnjIwith Miss Pearl Chism Mr John Marshall and family will move to Bellepoint next week IMiss Laura Jewell is progressing nicely with her school There will ho preaching atAntii ooh Sl1ndn and Sunda nihtIMr Charley Downey has pur chased two line horses from Mr rightCharleyMr John Goins has purchased nice buggy and was out pleasure 1I riding Sunday evening- A now sawmill has moved in our Now if you want saw done call on Mr Less Moore ling Iss Emmie Somonos and Lindsey spent Tuesday with their grandma Mrs Charley Somouos Mr Elbert Smith and family spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Joseph Pioller of Bethel neighborhood BLUE EYES PLACED IN HANDS OF RE OEIVERI The Lan donCreasy Co who operate a number of grocery store s in different cities of the State this city being of the number their business planed in tho hnndsI of a rocolorITAINMENT We again call attention to t h fact that the Kings Daughters toil have an entertainment for tho ben efit of their hospital fund Tho time has been definitely fixed for next Friday evening lray0 at the Cap ital Theatre It will be the bright and pleasant pay of Our Regiment and will b participated in by the very host of our local musical and histronic tnlontITreatmentI antic PI DEATHS CONWAYIn this county on Thursday Mrs Emma Con waIwife of Mr Jos Con way about 85 yours DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE Its shameful whon youth fails toI show proper rospeot for old ago tint just the contrary in tho case of Dr Kings Nuts Life Pills Thug cut oil maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old ago 1ys popsia Jaundice Kover Consiipai dtiou all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at all druggists la11r Tallys Comlilfon 1owuers are just what a horse needs when in hilt tautmedicine and the best in use to put n horse in prince condition Price 2i cents per package For sale by J IV Gayle and LeCompte Gay rhl lt1j 10 00 fur suits worth 12 00 14 00 for suits worth is 00 10 00 for suits worth 20 00 Silks tmtlstully nttrttrtiV in stvir anti price MARRIED HUDSONPAYNE Announce meat is mado nf the approaching marriage of Mr John Hudson foul Miss Lydia Elder Payne which will take place at the homo of the brides mother Mrs Juo W Payne on Conway street Wodnes day Juno 5 IIr Hudson is a guard at the local penitentiary and a popular young man Miss Payne is the handsome and cultivated daughter of the late Mr Jno W and Mrs S G Payne and has a host of ad miring friends TUGGLEMcDANIELAt the residence of the brides father neat this city on Thursdays Mr E Young Tuggle and Miss Irene Blair jMoDaniel were married by Rev George of the Christian church Mr Tugglo is a valued employ of the Adams Express Co Ht Lex ington Ills bride is a daughter of Mr N I McDaniel and wife and is a handsome anti loveablo girl The young couple loft the sinus evening for their home in boxing ton Congratulations are extended MIEN WILL BE BOYS iIn the excitement of a lively exercise like boatracing or ballplay hug they will strain their muscles curl go homo limping and sure Thou they arc glad they have Perry Davis Painkiller on hand to soothe the quivering nerves to penetrate the muscles with warmth and heal ing power It has relieved the pain of two generations of Ameri suns Large kettles 25 and 50 cents PROTRACTED MEETING CLOSED The protracted meeting at th0 Christian Church conducted by Rev Burros A Jenkins Presi Universityinight last with some thirtyfive additions to the church President Jenkins is an able und polished speaker and the large eachfcpreaching The church has been greatly re iIdllnd strengthened IuCASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of DO IT TODAY junctionHover t gl1l1Iu aelIyou hacking cough or dlmOlali1ill cold with which you have boon strug igling for several days perhaps weeks Take sonic reliable remedy dybewhich has boon in use for over thirty live years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo cough or cold and its lIlHlIiillWelI- lSO for a tow days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if drew youlungsolloct a cureas it tins dono boloro in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial Atlull tP iU Thisfamous remedy does for the stom ach that which Is unable to do Itself even if slightly or supplies the juices of digestion organsIn does the work stomach nervous tension the Inflamed organ and membranes are indigestion rest and heal It palpitation nervous of the cleansing all stomach strengthening the membranes of ach and digestive S tints fur v ts worth 10fPti 12A fonts for vests worth IPllt J emitEmbroideries Komarkaolo Values and Styles rLikeI sky comes star of health the weak and despon dent dyspeptic curing all stomach troubles and digestive disorders Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Your Dealer Cm Supply timesthePrepared by E ClflCAOOI For sale by J W Gayle drug gist = FREE 1nIAIJpnErl1 ENT showing the perfect support on remedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which glues afar references terms etc M A N H A TT K X lHEHAPElrlIC ASSN Dept IL lIar Broadway Now York City BRICK LA YE RS WA rED Competent bricklayers can secure immediate employment transports tion furnished by addressing Con tractor 812 Tyler Bldg Louis villo Ky 2 It FORT CASTS FO 1 M A Y qTheVenus period of disturbance is ctn tral on the Hit of May and that it s disturbing power lusts until near the end of the month This moans that all tin regular and reactionary periods until after the middle o eintensifiedWithout modifying causes known to us the first week in May will bring many active if not dangerous storms Tho Vulcan Mercury and Venus inlluonces nil combine to render this a flange period Tho Vulcan and Mercury periods are central together on tho M and the Venus period is central on the 4th About the 1st to 3i look fur change to very warm startitm in the west told spreading eastward Tho barometer will fat to very low readings and from about the 3d to nth violent storms will pass east nrdly over most port of the country This is pratrdlcations of coming storms nIltaking such precautionary men urea for safety as may bo reasona hid or practicable Heavy down rrroelectrical lir t attend those disturbances Be highbarometerand sudden change to very cool Frosts need not surprise any in all central to northern sections of the country Reactionary storm conditions will retain on the Sth 9th and 10th bringing return of high tempera tare low barometer great humid t orlessthrough this purr of May the solar BiddleStatesand daily cycles of heavy thunder and rain storms often occur for culminatinginstorms Such will probably result at this reactionary period lasting perhaps into the regular storm period which is central on tho 14th If a sudden high barometer de velops behind the rain and thunder storms about the 10th regions to the northward may look for frost About tho 14th look for change to againfallperics of ruin wind and thunder storms will take up their eastward march across the country culmin ating on and touching tho 14th 15th und Ifith At this as well as other May periods if the air is warm fallingIation Groat tumid sudden revulsions from r warm to unseasonably cool are perturbtlon thoIfollowed by surprising changes to cold said frost More or less of such phenomena will he realized during all the first half of tau present month Tho next return of stoiin condi 8dSuefalling barometer and more active notitry from west to east during the 4 lags named The crisis of these touchingthtIis very lowa tiling most likely at this time accept the indication as antir other change to quite cool for the highbnrotlltTho last stoim period for the month is central on tho LOth cover periodwilltort the barometer will full de cidedly in all western ports by the trod11thho touched active stoniis in their oustware sweep across tho dryhert and seismic disturbances take the place of electrical storms in tau early parts of the nutybringstorms No harm oalf coot of safefdrnthveryvisit some towns fwd localities roostyso well defined that no town or hnllybyclearly indicated by the astronomic pJlssatghrough for11atyto or above the average in muchItarot n tho periods of severe storms withdextbo largely von fined to centralwestern lord southern sections All wtlloiolltforwill approach the summer periody IionsIII Jt tc ii7 ti wi Ew 1 1 THeFranKrortBoQnfladout Entered at the postotllce ut Frankfort Ken tucky as secoll class mailable matter t GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 14 1903 Olin TIME SCHOOL PAPER Hy the comtopy of our friend Mrs W W Jetr of letts thi county we are enabled to lay bo lure our reiulors an old tiino doeu inenr so woll known to ninny our f old citizens It is taken from the Greenwood Garland a school paper issued by tho young ladies o tho famous school of Mrs Mary Tray no Kunynn of blessed menu cry known as Greenwood Semi nary The issue from which we make our extract is headed GREEN WOO D GARCAND- Vol 10 Edited bNofts-sos 7 Hawkins and Petti Frankfort Ky 1Sii- Vllnt II a world of reminiscence is brought up by this seared and yet lowed paper of tho long ago Heie is tho roster of the school as given in rhyme A catalogue this of the famed Greenwood School Over which at its head Mrs It liny a n hath rule Miss Iiuira M Kendall oer music- vo find And Miss Sallie Poynter with un well stored mind The teachers como flat you know all the world round Thou TInie Arnold and Kate Alley are found Next comes Hetty JJlodsoo Kittie- Ilanra next after Then tbo two sisters Rates Ellen first full or Inuirhler And Susan loth follow more quii t and still Anna Bacon loves study and works with a will The sister Cordie we thou find in plaeeAnd daddock with bright rosy faee Thon Laira her sister quirr yomiKer you see Hor Hheek like vermillion and now remain three Maria Cox aiui Lou Carter side by isidf here may tro And Elisti M Cjimpbell will finish the row Of the ls Julia Divine is now found luMp Melissa Duvall follows next in theJlen SUlnh Ktrhorfc Laura Ford come next in their turn tTliem Lucy Ann Gaines very quiet youll soon learn Heres Ann Elian Graves and lItxtt vfit mlllf way Foi AJelticT Crabam a good stn dent they say brightlaujrhintf s Though her iii isthi0f is sometimes plueoEIJst the two Hawkins are next Emelin told Mary by their lessons noVr Ixfd Enniiii Heuiin and Iasba Jleilner the Hs are through Anti then come the Johnsons of which then are two WeB lint write down Alice and then in h r turn Comes hir cousin Mas some older youl learn Susannah Key precueds tho 111101I jrirU two PiOtb Florida loud Relle we see at on vinw Thuii Kline Muntgomory is our next choice l IihitdJMnry Lou Merlwetiier comes next IlJtlwlUW Then little Kiln Moore whom all of you know Little MiSalii 1rice and follow ing 4uIs Miss IVttit named Emma whom no ont wed fear Then our bright happy Poynter Hunter name vnysjrtheThen Mnry K Robirts and Mary1- Hobb too Than Martie G Hun nn and the 116ullhlIl1 r UIWOUIIorTaylors appear Monln comes fllH and Lucy bring up the lea r Belle Yneh nosy follows with tht- tw sisters Veein poth Felii Kloctn were done now it seems 131 Nora tliat youre tired and wish to puss mi Vf 8 finish our story already tool long A2CXOI7XCKMENT Dr O h IJucknwsfcwr Orooi pattiiu Physician is at his 011i anises at Mrs J R Miles Hence llHSt Clair St Kxaminai lion and consultation 1reA Charges atoisauable8ti t j MentalStrain Affected Gen era Health Doctors Doses WeaK ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me sDr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out roomReadhave always been healthy with the ex miIInfwhen he departed this life and the mental strain I think causedmy trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble com Myphysician stomachforand the dormant condition of my stomach hadlittlebed a greater part of the time Within a DrMulesup about the house continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr byexperiencesplendidresultswhom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use a number inalarMRS P COFKMAN Dayton Va bottIeAddressDr SPLENDID AND LIFELIKE PORTRAIT Mr Paul Sawyier the artist has lUdIportraits of his grandfather tilt late Mi Henry Win ate that it has over been our pleasure to IlIWo had the good fortune to know to honor and to love Mr Winjriue As a boy III was our beau ideal of Kentuckyefret hiirh his ma niiicient flirure was carried so ei ot1ly0VO1t after the snows of many winters had blenched his locks that made him appealalmost a riant in tatlllerGrave and dignified in demeanor vot as tender hearted tSi woman was a Christian gentleman in all the name iuiplies and when lie knelt in prayer as we so often wit nessed he seemed to be close to the throne of the Most High and to draw down the blessings Ill so earnestly besought Put we digress Ihu portrait is- o perfect that the grand old man looks as though he were just about to extend his hand in gentle greet ing and to Spent the words of to earnest onsidcration ho knew so well how to do It is indeed a tri timpli of the painters Jut and proves Mr Sawylor a portrait 1IhMiss Jennie MeKoe a IalldIlaughter of Mr Wingate to Frank fort omnuuidcry No l of which Sir Knight Wlngnte was a charter member well ac the first Grand lnmutIn JAr of the State Mr offn knelt at tin Masonic shrine bet n cherished nod valued 11I1f1Ilf11110 fur Lodge Chnpter nnl t PfSES A1AY We regret to learn that thp mother ofour friend Jol A F Those of the Vrniikfort hair Co died on lIIf1RII last at her homo in To lodn Ohio Mr Roselle has the sympathy of n hirgo ellooffriends in his irreiarable bereave II1If1ntIMas 0 r Thoiiww llrawuer young est win of Mr las G Hriwner MartinJoimidswhen he was bitten by a dog In flue IJliollIjo cappcl In the excitement RED M UN TO MIKT HIORE Mlin Grnnd Council of the nelp pendent On1er of Red Men for tho Stale of ICr nliicky will moot in ills city in May llfi The Griuul ouiicll nun In session at Padu call voted to come hrr Terrible those itching slhtiutIill CHANCE FOR A FORTUNEIA The Kentucky Farmer and Breede Starts Novel Contest ITh6 Kentucky Publishing Company of Lexington Ky of which Mnj P P Johnson is president Ie McDowell vice president the Lexington City National Hank treasurer and Dosliu Broekin ridge secretary with a number of load log teen of the State directors ban otterslitEverylonetucky Farmer and Breeder at the regular price of 100 for six months is entitled to take part in the eon tost in which 1ho Kentucky Farmer and Breeder olfers 12010 as prios to those who select cor rectly the horses that finish one two throe in the order in which they finish in the Brooklyn hand cap This contest closes on May 25 tho day before the Brooklyn is run To the first three who make correct selections 2000 will ho I1WIUlNIIIIOI to the first 7f0 to the second and jio to the third Ten thousand dollars will ho di vided among all those who make correct selections In case only out makes n correctselection tho full 19000 will bo awarded to him making it anti in case there is no correct selection the full 12000 will be awarded to him or those making tho most nearly correct selection Tho Kentucky Farmer and Breeder is well worth the subscrip tion price beiiifj the most valuable representative of the great breeding and farming interests of the State that has over been published in Kentucky and this contest shows that its enterprise and liberality is such that it will beyond question succeed ill having a national circu lation which will make it of fill Ito service to the breeding1 interests who look for their markets outside of the State Those desiring to subscribe for it hurl take part In this contest should send their subscriptions to The Kentucky Fanner lord Lexiirgton Ky at once BluNIIII TAX RATE FINALLY Tho City Council rave the JIIIfixing the tax rate at IbO is final passage on Monday night Score one good point for taxpayers LET THE CITY SHOW ITS WEL COME On Tuesday Wednesday sod Thursday of next week our city will be full of gallant Knights anti fair ladies from other towns and cities Decorate your homes and places of business so they may see that they are cordially welcomed our midst NOTIOI STALLION KILLED Iho notr1I1I1c1 valuable stallion HuuwlIl the property of Messis Jindo t linker at the Forks of Klkboru was aiiiideiital ly kille1 recently It appears that lit reared up when bring led out breiilcI- ilg Stably Iud fell backward his back Horn which be diidj Ina short while He was valu- etittlitNpl He was the winner of number of noted races BONE FUGD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in everydayiveg that healthy bones should have How legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads Wrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure iti In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 1O94I5 Pearl Struct New York soc Dud f ioo hit druggists umJJJmID C CASTO i n RI4Aeg- elabldPrcparationforAs similating iheToodandRegula ting the Stomachs of OpiumMorphina nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC- 14eaOfi7IIJrsunJELPJTClIEl- Pumpl n fad linitt Scrd Jjijtmiint rm rced liyrranuiI joJJ forConstipalion Worms Convulsions feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK mojntfhw old 35CENTS EXACT COPYOF WBAPPEB CASTDRIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof j TheKind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA IEW T 4 El wIura1I1pujhpuuti OUR PROTECTION w nn wIs5 YOUR GAIN M Do you believe we cun allord to do you an unsatisfactory joh of satBB w weld ln tulciiiiL an enormous risk did we out fulfill ovary 9 promise mada in these columns IIIWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or painting or repairing timid we are will ingto allow our work to advertise YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our IHll are ntnmmuhlo and wu uarantco our work WI1rare building ti nice lin j of out own handmade work and can your ordur fill anythiii you want besides wo handle a full Ihwrof tin IJt uptodate eastern work on tho niirkot Ifyounotul anvtiiiiu in our linu plume or write us rind our representativesiv- h1 is In 111111111101 week will civil to see you SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky 1 K Ward Prs Fayettc Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Trcas bBL mvflWJ 1HEADQUARTERS FOR MEAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE i o rswKe ulur Style Special Nog Morse und Cattle Style IStays In or 6 In part Stays In or 6 In al1l1rtiMade of large strong high grade steel wires heavily galvanized t 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 IEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you heap it will save yru money and fet se your fields so they will stay fenced FRANK G STAGG Sl ECI lLL1GBNl n it 4 i v i CONCLAVE EDITION OF A THE PRAfflPOBT ROUNDABOUT VOL XXVII FRANKFORT KY MAY 14 1904 NO 361 GRAND CONCLAVE THE GRAND COMM NDERY OF KENTUCKY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR WILL ASSEMBLE IN GRAND CONCLAVE FOR THE ELEVEN H TIME IN THIS CITY ftW lSQ C JiX r Em Sir R R Burnam Or MAY 18 AND 19 1- 904iti1 I SKETCH OF THE GRANT 0FFICrBBRrEF IIISTORY OFFRA N KFOKT COMMAND ER1 XO 4 SINCE ITS OR GAXIZATIOXJL SONIC ILLL- rrTnnc Pn fj r t r rcr TrTnnrm GenEmJEm f fRIOHT EM SIR GEO A LEWIS Grand Commander iI 1M lQlJ ut I I I 1 t ilEm Sir Wm J Johnston GJ W I L Ir IiT Iptt I W EM SIR I 0 CK AMUR Cram Sword Bearer MaW MJAIY WM The OIlIlIlll1ll1l11al1pt lif Ken tacky will assemble fur its Fifty seventh Annual Conclave in this city on Wednesday next it belus the eleventh meeting to lu held here since the organisation of that body more thus n half cent nry lgilI The following Grand Oflurrs will h presentSir A LrwJF of i auk fare No 4 Right Eminent Grand Ccm inandcr Sir Very Eminent Deputy Gram Commander Sir Robt 11 Punam of Richmond No W Eminent Gram Gen eralissimo Sir Tho A Keiih of Maysville No hi Eminent Grand Senior Warden Sir William R Johnston of Ma rion No 24 Eminent Grand Junior WardenSir f S Moses of DMolay No 12 Eminent Graml Prelate Sir David P Robb of Versailles Ri Eminent Grund Treasurer Sir Alfred H jiryant of Coving ton No 7 Eminent Grand Re corder Sir Joseph H Ewalt of Cyn dhiana No Id Eminent Grand Standard Hearer Sir John G rotate of Webb No 2 Eminent Gram Sword JJoarer Sir William Yeoinnn of Ver sailles No a Eminent Grand Warder Sir Lee D Nayof Owonboro No Eminent Grand Captain of the Guard Right Em Sir Geo A Lewis Grand Commandert George Alexuiu r Lewis the Fiftysixth Grand Commander in line of succession and the fifth member of Frankfort Commandery to roach that exalted station was born in this city in a house on St Glair street which stood where Mr V IJerbeiiehs tailoring establish merit now is in the 24th of Jluo- 1816St Johns Day spent lie early years of his life near Wood Juke this county but returned hero with his parents in KSy After at tending the schools of this city learned the printing business in which lie is now engaged being the publisher of the Frankfurt Roundabout ant Kentucky Law Reporter He was made a Mason in Hiram Lodge No in November Hill later serving that Lodg as its Master for twelve years a longer period than any other roster ex cept the late Henry Wingate He received the Capitular deurees in Frankfort Chapter No in 1H75 and the orders of the Temple in Frat kfort Commandery the 22d Ew Sir J H Etivalt Gr Stand fir of April 1S2 In 1S52 he was elceted Eminent Commander and ill HtlItIld the II Ill of till Olalld Comma 1H1tJ at Paducah as Grand Captain of the Guard Em Sir R R Burnam Grand Generalissimo Uo IttPodCS3arnatnYnasY1uru nndjnured in Madison county sul wusjcducaUd at Yale beinga stu Stourfpresent Secretary of War Ho is at present Cashier of the Madison National Hank at Richmond He is a son of Maj Curtis F Rurnam exSolicitor General of the United States and a younger brother of Chief Justice A R Jlurnnm of the Court of Appeals IH was trade a Master Mason in Richmond LodgesNo 2r in 1SSO and was shortly after elected its Secretary holding the otllco for several years He was elected Master in ISSS and later became High Priest of Richmond Chapter In October was elected Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter encl last October became Grand High Priest He was dubbed and created n Knight Templar in Richmond Commandery X o 10 served sev hasIinterest aid to him is largely tine its present prosperous anti flourish ing condition Ipon the loath of the late lamented Hon J Speed Smith in 1100 he was appointed to succeed him as Grand Prelate and was regu larly advanced to his present posi tion Ry the death of Very Eminent Deputy Grand Commander he be ramp the next ottlcer in lino of sue cession to the Grand Commanders chait and will be elected to that position at the conclave to bo held hero next week Em Sir John W Landrum Grand Captain General i t John Walden bUild ruin was born at Mayfleld where he continues to reside and is a sun of Dr J I Landrum who was a member of the Kentucky Senate from that dis trict in 1802fiG As a Mason his record is remarkable and some what meteoric having been elected Grand Junior Warden of the Grand Lodge in 1851 anti Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter at the same title and tho last year passed out of otllco ns both Grand Master and Grand High Priest When elected Grand Master he hind the pleasure of be lug installed by his father Past Grand Master J D Landrum who hold the otlico in 1804 the scene hiring one of the most affect big old the only one of the kind ever witnessed in the Grand Lodge in KUlltllcJesuo other Grand faster ever having enjoyed a sim car privilege Previous to that line when he was Commander Iilucah Commandery No he dill hue the pleasure ofl lerrhlg IIP Orders of Templar Masonry upon his father who was thou in tit seventysixth year of his age Sir Knight Landrum vas made ia in in Maylleld Lodge and re HI tit Capitular degrees in the C pilI in that city lint was Milghted by Paducah Command r and Inter became its Com IIPI At the ltiuliehttt of Gtand Commandery lit was 1111111 UIIII111 lltptafu of till iuuci mil has siice advanced in regular iailatiun By reason of the two vacancies at the head of the line He will next week bocomo Deputy Grand Commander Em Sir T A Keith Grand Senior Warden Thomas Arbtitlnot Keith was born March 15 isw upmi a farm in Mason county where he pjie std Ills IIItote near this city from when hf graduated In isso he removed to Maysville am engttsed in business where lie now resides heiiu Presi dent of the Ohio Valley Pulley Works hit being a practical farmer devotes much time to su perintending a One farm he owns near Maysville- He received the symboio degires inlrl1silitArch Mason in Mnysville Chapter 111ilItfeted as its Captain Genera since In he was elected Commander and the saute 11I elected Grand Sword Hearer of Grand Commandery This year he vI11 become Graml Generalissimo Em Sir William R Johnston Grand Junior Warden t t William R Johnston was horn at Lebanon on the lsth of November iiUoHt was trained to a mercan tile life but pome years ar1051nb lished tho Lebanon Steam Laundry which he now owns tad operates He hats fur years been an active zealous Mason ami when In 1SS the Lodge and Chapter in his town were weak and the Commandery had lost its Asylum by tire together with oil ot its paraphernalia EM SIR A and was virtually deml be wi nt to work to build up all the hmlies His fervency and yeal were intec HOUR and at the present time there is no city in tilt State where better work is executed or more interest taken in all branches of the frater nityHo hits served his Lodge Chap ter Council ami out inn ndPry as presiding officer tied is at present the Grand Principal Conductor of the work of the Graml CoumH He entered the line of Grand Officers at Maysville in MS Em Sir R S Moses Grand Prelate t Robert Sears Mines was born in Louisville where he has always made his home anti is one of the most active and zealous Masons in that city taking a loop interest in uilnirsof Lodge Chapter and Com mandery being a member of Lou isville Lodge No 400 and King Solomons Chapter As a traveling man ho has perhaps a wider ac quaintance throughout the State than any other grand otllce- rAsa member of JeMolay Com mandery No 12 ho has labored earnestly in the cause of that body tutu to his eilorts as much as any other Sir Knight is due its present membership of When Kiwi work is to be done in comet tiun with the pilgrimages to State or Triennial Conclaves lit is sine to bo Intuit in tin tlllokof itrfethaving served his Commandery faithfully in UK minor positions he was Molted Commander in tutu at the annual conclave of tit Grand Coin 1ery of 1S1H was elected Gram Captain of tho Guard Irt Em Sir P Robb Grand Treasurert David Pliny Robh was 1 rn am raised in Lewis county his fatliej Joseph Kobli being County CIrr that county for fortyseven year and Sir Knight Iobb practical grew up in the olllce In IHil h rent1vrtl to tynthiana lull Keenan Clerk ot the Hiirrison Circuit Com When the late Zeb Ward beeam 1e55Ptlt the Kentucky penitential in ISfiS Mr Robb came to this ei as Clerk of that institution R moving to Verailles at tho do of Mr Wards tim in It he lie embarked in mercantile husiu ss sirved WoIIIIII1I county two tern a5 aunty h II hilt inter went inlt the hLIIJill bnSiuPSSand from II until about iwoyears ngo was cash tit of the hook of Woodford Sir Knignt liohh was made a Ma1 son in Lewis meaty lint transfer red Ills membership to Hiram Lodge No 4 during his residence here and later become a member of Land Mark Lodge No 41 at Versailles He received the de grees in Versailles Royal Arch Chanter ami served tine Grand Chapter as Gram High Priest in 1S74 Ht was knitrhtcd by Ver sailles Commandery in KMil Dud was its Commander two years later becoming its Recorder which posi- Hon he continued to hold for many yours In lU he was elected to the position of Grand Treasurer nod regularly re elected every your Past Grand Commander Chas R Woodruff Is tin only number of the Grinultutu inntlder still living who was a member of that holl when Sir Knight Robb first helanil a member H BRYANT Grand RecorderSir Bryant Grand Recorder i i Alfred Hughes llrynnt is a na tive of Ohio havini been horn in Cincinnati Feb 19 lint has been a resident of Covington for many yours Ho received Ills pdu citiou in lte schools of his native city ami bertin business with the flrinof Hniy W Smith Co dis wnsINew J o OJ the 14th of December IHH2 how knighted by Covinaton Com munderv and at once took a deep Em Sir R S Moses Grand Prelate IwO1A Ir IlYM4ItJ1 NYO1a interest in the Hails of that body After serving faithfully in subordi file positions lie nits e1teted Cum mander in ISM and upon retire ment was elected Recorder which position lit still continues to hold He is a member of Col Clay Lodge Dad Covington Chapter At tit annnnl conclave held in Louisville in IMS he was elected to the otilce of Grand Recorder a position made vacant a few mouths before by the death of another member of his Commandery tho fhasthen Em Sir J H Ewalt Grand Standard Bearer z I Joseph Hedges Ewalt was born near Keiserton Bourbon county July lf I85r timid was educated at Kentucky University Lexington afterwards taking a course at Fast mans National business College Ponghkeepsie NOV York For a IJOlcontinued to reside there suceess- fully following the avocation of farmer Dud stock brooder Mr Ewalt received the symbolic degrees in Paris Lodge No 2 anti the tip ititit1 degrees in Paris Chapter No in serving the former as Master and the latter as High Priest but was Knighted by Cyn thiaua Commandery No 15 April 27 18SS there being no Command ery at Pubs at that time His first appearance in the Grand Command ery was at the conclave hold in this city in IMM when he represented his oat niiindery as Captain General He was elected Commander of his Commandery in 1SSJ3 and when the Grand Commandery metfIn Cynthiuna in 1510 he entered the line as ii and Captain of tho Guard Heretofore he has been one of the two batoholor grand ofllcors t but this year will bring his bride with him having boon married last fall Em Sir J G Cramer Grand Sword Bearertt t John sheens Cramer is a Louisville boy but for sotto years has been a resident of Lexington having removed to that city to accept a position in the city ticket otilce of the C O Railroad in the Phoenix Hotel where he became extremely popular with the travel 1his IEM SIR WILLIAM YEOb1Airand Warder Em Sir Lee D Ray of the G 1flllalllItt wiun he resigned and went inro business for himself establishing till Delicatessen I Bakery ttrce which has proved a great Having inherited a love of Ma sonry his father who Was for HIr a prominent member of Louisville an11un8ndryc0 I lie becalm a member of Lexington Lodge No in 1S510101 Lexing ton Chapter No 1 receiving all the degrees in Lodge and Chapter in rapid succession and was knighted by Webb Commandery Nu2 in February IflW His worth was soon reen uzI by his Lodge and Chapter and in was Master of the former and High Priest of tho He was elected Grand Cap 1ta1I of the Guard at tIll Lexington Conalave in JWH Em Sir William Yroman Grand Warder 7 f William Yeoman is a Canadian by hit th hut for the past thirty years leis heen a resident of Ver i smiles When quite a young roan ho removed to that city and entered the employ of the Seller Carriage 1110jyear sold ills n to rest in that establish ment and in connection with Mr A W McKee established thoYeo man Carriage Co which they are making a success Ho noeived the JJIuo Lodge de greos in Land Mark Lodge No 41 and was made a Royal arum In fl f by Versailles Chapter No 2 onI is a past Master of the first Past Hiizh Priest of the latter Ho was dubbed null created a Knight aiInfor yours has been the main stay of s tho organization he being called upon wheiuver work is to ho lone To his efforts more thou any other j member is due the present prosper ous condition of Versailles No Previous to the conclave of till rand Commandory hold in thatc city two years ago tho membership had dwindled to about thirty but now numbers eighty odd with is prospects fI numerous accessions Me was elected Grand Captain of tho Guard in 1101I lt Em Sir Lee D Ray Grand Captain of the Guard t t Ih D liny i s a member of aj prominent Marion county family anti was hula and raised at Leb anon where he resided until a Efelt years ago when he remove to Owen hllro and became a member of the firm of MoAtee Iiddai e l- 1Em Sir VKulh iibrun Treasurer i i Ray one of the largest dry goods establishments in that city He was made a Mason by Lob IPOII Lodge in 1treceived thej art in Edmonds Chapter o iT and tlie Cryptic degrees in Leb hinon oiiiieilI iill In hi was Uniirhted by Marlon Com lilt levy No 24 was elected its 1Iii or Warden and regularly ad lIpositim biImi on t1ee of remov itg Owensboro to reside After nmovMig to the luttcT city he he oiuiIuriutIisery rapidly increased in member ship and is nut in a prosperous iondition He was elected to his present position of Grand Captain of the Guard at Owensboro last May Em Sir Guy Barrett Past Commander I Guy Jiariett teas born in Harris hurl Pennsylvania Iii IHjH re moved to Louisville with his pa rents when a small hay coming here f111ijI when his father tool charge of the Yeomnjj printing oilice WitS educated in the schools of the city und learned the printing llijijIu W H Stnney and has sinee suc cessfully conducted a mink und news business on Main street In Hit three days before he was 21 years of au n he petitioned for the degrees of Masonry in Hiram Lodge No 4 receiving the degrees in Lodge and Chapter in rapid suc cession and was Knighted bv Frankfurt Commandery No 4 HIIIllJ1IOhaptolifort Commandery in 1MH For past seven years he has conferred all of the degrees in the Chapter and most of the Orders in Frank fort Commandery being an accom plished workman Last October lie was elected Grand Master of the Grand Council of Kentucky H S M Em Sir V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer i i wnsIand has made this city his home After attending the schools of this city he studied dentistry with Dr J H Floore as his JJpreceptor afterwards graduating in 1877 from a College of Dentistry in Philadel phia He first opened an office here but in a short time remover to Paducah Finding that his health wilts not good in that city ho returned to Frankfurt after a few months and has since prac tlced his profession with success He was elected Master of Hiram Lodge No 4 Dec 27 serving Olin your He is also a Past High Priest of Frankfort Chapter and Past Master of Frankfurt Council He was Knighted by Frankfurt Commandery October 17 1878 and become Commander in 1SH7 In 1850 he was elected Treasurer and lor the past seven years hits been Treasurer of Lodge Chapter and Commandery He has attended every conclave of the Grand Com mandery since 1980- EXHIBITION DRILL- t t By Louisville Commandery No t t The drill corps of Louisville Commandery No will give an exhibition drill oti Broadway Wed nesday afternoon from 880 to 480 that pOI tloll of tho street from Lewis to Washington streets being oped oil fur the purpose This hotly of Knights have boon working hard tho past two years for the purpose of entering tIll contest which takes jlace during tin Tri ennial Conclave of tIll Grand En campment of the United States at San Francisco Caliornia in Sop tember and hope to carry oil the highest prize nagged to the most drilled Command ry The drill they will put up will be interesting and some of tho movements they execute exceedingly beautiful Capt Frank Fohr tho drillmas ter handles them with skill anti II they do lint win at San Fran cisco they will lot thu Command ery which excel is thorn know that they have had a run for their inoaeyn- riq1 t r1 1 Frankfort Commandery Organized + + r + + + + + ran + wrvnes 1vnawruwnv rnrrawrwrwwwwrier o ds rw Frankfurt Commandery No was organized in mitt under a dis pensation granted h y Joseph Je IStapleton Dfputy Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of the 111 Ill States null was chartered by the Gran Encampment at its tenth triennial conclave which vns held at Columbus Ohio In LS47 at which meeting It was rep resented by Sit Knight S F Trahue At this saute session per mission was minted tn Loulsvillo Commandery No Webb KM 2 of Lexington and Versailles No 8 to organize the Grand Command ery of Kentucky hilt a rpsolution permitting Frankfort and Mont gomery Commanderies the latter haying also heen chartered at that meeting to participate in said 01 ganiation was dcfoated- Thu Grand Commandery was or ganized at Masonic Hall in tillI followIIII t No ij were present a an active parr notwithstanding the refusal of the Grand Encampment to allow them to do so Those who represented Frankfort were Sir Knights S F1 Traluio A F Me Curdy G W Doxon Henry Win gate Philip Swigert anti A G Hodges Sir Knight Wingate being elected the first Grand Commander and Sir Knight Swigert the first Grand Recorder Sir Knight Win gate was continued in ofilce for two years and Sir Knight Swigtit for seven the hornier afterwards being elected Grant PInt ROBB Treasurer The original members to whom tilt dispensation was granted were E H Watson A F McUnrdy G W Doxon Philip Swigert Trnbuu Daniel Epperson Wm C Bridges A G Hodges nod Henry WingateSir Swigert was dubbed and created by Louisville Com mandery but most of the others received the orders in Ver sailles Commandery No and dimitted for the purpose of organ Frankfort Commandery Tile first return made to time Grand Commandery shows the fol lowing list of otllcers mind Sir KnightsS Trabue Commander A McCurdy Generalissimo G W Doxon Captain General Henry Vingate Prelate William H Davis Senior War den A Hodges JuniorWarden Edmund H Taylor Treasurer Philip Swigert Recorder ohm Han Standard Hearer Geo R McKee Sword Hearer William Bridges Warder Daniel Epperson Sentinel Sit 1utgmts1LSSO Kdmiston W Herndon Kepnon Richard Knott Tlios Page George Stealey Marcus M Tyler There seems to have been little life in the Commandery fur many 10lJlootld t ir i i t raroar rr arre Htjld Knight being dubbed alullcreated yeiiprnlly a member IIf the Ligisiature some 111111111i ion who came hetie from some point nllt ill Ibe Stilt e tom rhe plirpose nf reiciviii the Orders the membc slip numbering n ver more than forty until when the number IInd dwindled elven every nun if whom eXit Hon Tliomas Todd rf Shelby enmity have IKW passed I rite uriwt beyond Hut ill June HV there Line n chaige for nt that tlm enough members wefi uotron together to eiiifer th Order f till hell Cross upon ihN lute Past hand Commander Jacob Swivel hilt he 20t no fur ther until May of the following year when went Louivllle and was dnbbed and created a Knight of the Temple remained up all night receiving instruction from Knights learned in the ritual returned here and that night and the night following conferred the orders upon a class of ten one of whom Sir Knight M Sltrell ljCllIllllllllllfJ l1wlldrilled body of Kniuhts at several annual conclaves iiln membership has changed very rapidly in the last thirty years by death and removal to other places until there remain but three active members who were Knighted in 174 Oi those to whom the original dis EM SIR P Grand S F J No a izing F G C T A C S ur to h to J D pensa ion was granted tittyseven years ago not one remains all having passed away and the de scendants of many of them have died or removed to other places E H Watson was a plllninent physician the father of lear Ad in ira John Crittenden Watson of the Navy anti for many years was in partnership with Dr John L Phythian under the firm name of PIt thlllI Watson and tiny had their otllce in the building at pros ent occupid by Mr George B Sal ender on St Clair street the build tag having boon remodeled and added to since then Dr Watson married a daughter of Gov John 11 Crittenden and he with tic family of his brother H H Wat sun resided in the house on Steelo street at present owned and occu pied by Mrs Virginia Duvall A F McCurdy was also a physi cian and had his otllce on Main street in the little brick attached to time last Tennessee Telephone Kxclmngo He was a widower and loft no descendants- Geo W Doxon was a hardware and grocery dealer cud was in buslj ness St Clair street for year where time Deposit Hank stands with tic late John R OIL1 ham the linn name being Ioxlln Graham A few years before III il ieil he sold out Iris interest to Iis partner Mr Graham and opem d a dry uutJs store next door where the Star Saloon unit is lIs LIL f iIt Masonic Building Philip Swigert was the father of Mrs Mary S Jiendrick and grandfather of Jfr1 Itnfonl Hendrick He was born and raked in layette county but afterwards removed to r jthis city to reside and was Circuit 1 Clerk for many years He was very active and energetic always an h early riser He made it a rule toSsweep out his olllce and make own fires although he owned a number of slaves- S F Trabue was a lawyer by profession but lived most of his Ilife on tilt farm on the Versailles 1now owned by Mr S French Itoland District as a Native American tjJUhaWhig nominee the latter only fearing him shout Ui votes litter years of his life were deIto speculating in mountain Col E H Taylor who was father of Mrs Dr S E James an uncle of Hon E H Taylor Jr was for years cashier of the Branch Hank 01 Kentucky and up to hisfdeath connected with that instltu tlolliDaniel Epperson was an uncle by marriage of Messrs John E Miles and Ira Julian He owned one y lalf of the square in South Frnn ktifury bounded by Shelby Fourth and Campbell streets andJalso owned a nil lived in a house where the elevator of tlte J E M Milling Co stood anti being a car penter mud his shop in a little ihouse note being used as a coalf1 house by the Elk Hotel Some years before he diet he returned to the home lie occupied in HouthjFrankfurt in the early years of the 2 last century renting out the place on Ann streetACol A t was Madison county Virginia but raised in Bourbon county went to Lexington when a young man x learned the printing trade removed J to this city in 1851 and established tin Commentator the name of which was afterwards changed to 7J the Frankfurt Commonwealth In 1888 he was elected State Printer a position he continued to hold until 1551 He was for forty years Grand Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky and for thirty odd years tGrand Treasurer of the Grand Chapter He was tho father of Mrs John N Crutcher of Belle Point Ho resided for a number of years in tilt house on Washington street now occupied by Mr James H ElliottHenry Wingate was the most prominent Mason in Frankfurt and lIlt of the most prominent in the State having been Grand Master IColltlnued on 4th page t Enl Sir Guy Burred Pasl ConllllnderI a THE GRAND PARADE r t Will Be An Imposing Spectacle With 500 Knights and Seven Bands off Music In LineIThe grand parade preceding the Assembling of the Kentucky Knights Templar in Fiftyseventh WadeICaptain General Sir John W Laud taut who will be assisted by the Sir W S Dehoney Past Commander of Frankfort Com mandery as Chief Sir Gilbert H lInr8halIant Marshal At 9 oclock a m morning May 18th the Co nnl1d1 eries will assemble at their headquarters form lines and march t j South Frankfort At the same hour the Grand OfHl cers will take carriages at the Cup ital Hotel and drive to Second and Bridge streets The first division composed of the Mounted Detachment and Frankfort No 4 as an escort and Commanderies Nos 2 3OJ an 6 will form on Con way street with the right resting on Fourth street The Second Division composed of Commanderies Nos 7 10 12 18 14 151111 10 will form on Third street with right resting on Conway The Third Division composed Commanderies Nos 17 1J 20 21 28 24 2fi 27 2S 29 and Carlisle U D will form on Second street west of Bridge with right resting on Conway The Fourth Division composed of Grand Officers in carriages will form on Second street east ot Bridge The line of march will be east on Fourth to Shelby north on Shelby to Third east on Third to Main north on Main to Second West on Second to Bridge nort- on Bridge and St Clair stree- bridge to Wapping west on Napping to Wilkinson north on Wilk- Inson to Main east on Main to Ann north on Ann to Broadway wes on Broadway to Washington Review on Broadway The procession will then muv east on Broadway to St Clair north on St Clair to First BaptistI ChurchAt oclock the Grand Com mandery will attend a service of Public Worship at the Baptist Church conducted by Hev T T Eaton D D of Loujsville After the services an address pf wP11 ute on behalf of the citiei s of Frankfort and Frankfort Coiii mandery No 4 will be ddllIf d by Governor and Sir Knight J C W IJeckham who is a membir of Marion Commandory No 21 Response by the Right Eminent Grand Commander After tile services at the church tllIlJof House of Representatives where the Fiftyseventh Annual Comhivu wit be opened L MASONIC HALL Masonic Hall whore Frankfort Commandery and the Grand Coin inandery of Kentucky were bosh organized was in the third storv of the old rod brick on Main street opposite the Capital Hotel where Mr J L Bohannan now has a re pair shop The building was tin property jointly of the city and the Masonic fraternity the city own usaan enginu house whore the hand fire engines und other old time apparatus for fighting flies wore kept while the Masons used the thud story for lodge purposes The lat ter afterwards sold their interest and removed to the Newell build ing whore the Dewey Cafe now stands on Ann street ami the lodgeroom was rented to the Sons f of Malta who had an opening made in the floor with a boxedup arrangement extending lawn into the room below to represent a grave to bo used in their CHi monies of initiation In after years the room wits used as a schoolroom in which the writer was a pupil Our teacher who was a Baptist minister made a rule that the buys who missed their lessons were to l I 1t Ir l tIG siteIschuol o r his dinner On one occasion soy Iernl of the larger bOone of gallantIloonfedernte gallant soldier in the Union army RhorIdent of a county Went Louisville prMtJsI kiuleIthrough a window to the roof of a neighboring woodshed and were IhI5 in that old room and the bm had to do some begging and prom 81 Ding for the future to escape ba ling expelled Jt seems like dream but those were great tint in this old town of ours From the windows of that old schoolroom we watched the company rtdgo suppress tile Mormon insurrection and a fw years later saw the members of that saute company separate some to go into the Southern army to Ilirht against their C iptiin and other comrades who had enlisted for the defeuse of the VlliunI ofPic oldest inhabitant dues not remember where the Craft held their meetings in this city when the altar of Masonry was first set up in the then Dark and Bloody Ground but the earliest record ob tamable shows they met in tholured brick on Main street then in the Newell building on Ann street and next in a three story building on St Clair street where the Odd Fellows Temple now stands Jn bothof the latter buildiuus th y were burned out When the county buildings were burned in IhfiH they tltmet for twentyodd years This was jsold hack to the county a 109 t and the meeting place removed FNtr old Yeoimtr building In 1M2 tho ore mon of the n w Temple was be UddUplt d Sir Geo L Barnes Sv Bearer Sir Robinson Farmer Warder Continued from 8d page of the Grand LodpeGrand High Priest of the Grand Chapter Grand President of the Order of Hich Priesthood Grand Master of the Grand Council and first Grand Commander of the Grand Com mandery He started in life as a mechanic but for many years was book keeper in the Branch Hank of Ken tucky und an insurance went He wisu prominent member of the Baptist Church and resided on Broadway in the house at present occupied by Mr John TJJollt but when a young man lived in South Frankfort that part of the city then helm a separate corpora ilea He was the father of Mre M L Campbell and Mrs N jSaw IfI George R McKee was a sonin law of the late Henry Wingato and a prominent lawyer of Eastern Ken tacky his home being at Lamas Clerkdoust of Appeals as the Know Nothing candidate in KS5S and just after the war represented Garrard county in the Legislatures later removed to Covington where he practiced law until his agottimet chant tailor and was in the employ of Mr Joseph Allen an uncle o Mrs N J Sawyier afterwards Waiving to Mt Sterling and em harking in that business for him self dying some ten years ago in fine circumstances but leaving no children Jhn Halt and William H Davis seem to have been temporary resi dents here as they left no record behind them other thou that found in the old books of the Masonic fra ternity Jesse Edmiston was a resident of Green sburg and wane here with rialto It number of other residents of rhat place to receive the orders W T Herndon the father of Judge W C Herndon was sheriff of this county for two terms and at goodsistuffmom which stood where the north half of the establishment of Messrs R K McClure Son now is the style of the firm being Horn dun ti Swigert Mr Philip Switrert being the other member of the firm He was a native of Andeison county but removed hero when a young than his home being on tit Darner of Second and Stele streets now occupied by Mr Lawrcnuf Sir Tho Wylie Capt Gen Sir J P Selbert Gen StreetrResidence of Air Geo A Lewis 421 Second Cloud and another party He had the house built anti the late Peter Jett did the carpenters work for him Mr A C Keenon was a heel hinder by trade and operated a Marl cry in the second story of sous on St Clair street the first floor being occupied by Hon James Harlan and his son now Justice Suipreme as a was elected the first Public Binder when that office was created by the Legislature He was the father of Mr Uberto Keenon of the Deposit Bank He owned nod lived uponI the form now known as JhistletouIfor many years and up to onIicounty Richard Kuott was a native of Blairsville Pennsylvania hut came to this oily early in the 40s with his lather who had a nun tract for erecting tart of the locks and dams on the Kentucky river married and settled hero after the contract was completed entered into the dry goods business on S Clair street but in 1854 sold out his business to Messrs Herndon Swigert He was the father of Mr Richard IVIutG editor of thOj Louisville Put and lived in tin throe story lead wtlured brink rvrl dence on Main street opposite tin Capital Hotel now occupied itt Mi S T Pence and it was there time Editor Knott was born Mr Knoit sleeps in our ceinttery on the hM- Tims S Pt tt itS the fithiM1 o Mrs S C Hull Misses Mary and Sir D L Holland Sen Warden Em Sir F W Keyes Prelate J1 i Sir F G Stage Em Com The above cut shows the resi 4whereclave week will be opened with a reception on Tuesday evening May 17th tendered to the members of the Grand JUKI Subordinate ComIhulNSePage aunt fur years W8SjAuditor of State His winter most Once was tle house at present owned and occupied by his sonin 11ashetu11 street owned the farm where Mr G H Mastin now lives and with his family spent the summer there physicianIhad cbiro of tho itnstruction of some of the looks and dams on the Kentucky river in the early 40s thOIIupon Minded Institute stands His fa conductedtyears He died in Louisville in the latter s and was buried accompanjeotnpo fithe Grand LodfJf Kentucky as its Grand Master IELKS WILL ENTERTAIN f Frankfort Lodged No 530 B P O E have with characteristic erosity come to the assistance of Frankfort Commandery No 4 in the entertainment of their distin guished visitors and will keep open houses at their same in Elks PI ice dill 111 the entire conclave 1told in addition will give a recep lfay1It1 Sir C Recorder N Wiard iSir S R St WoodJ rlCONCLAVE MEEKtOne Fourth Off On Silk ShirtWaist Suits Silk Coatst Pongee Coats Covert Jackets b Tailor Suits rYou will need one of these exclusive correct styles I I New Stocks the in THE CO JI K L OM K IHHICg W KLCH rg Slli KNKJHTS In tho of yetis that have passed since tho Jrand Command cry of Kentucky Knights Templar was organiod in this city wonder ftil events have Our State has grown from small to grand rind influential Common wealth Our country from second rate lias grown to ho world power 11111Imercy an brothel love very weak in num hers Lint strong in the character atoll firm in the faith of its origina tors has grow if steadily in power and influence Its work of tering to tho sad anti the dl tl during tho long years that sldI stretched between lug that dark told gloomy jlllollIcovered by civil strife will he fully known and until the grand assixo when Cirand of the lni shall op the UOOlin before great white throne As Frank fort was the birthplace of this grand order it behooves us the children of those who gave birth to throw wide our dour it welcome to these true Bud tried men Iffauxthe veiy cream of the better class of eltiens of the various coininu nities froth which they come When our takes in the record of the lives of such Knights as Henry Vingate Philip Hwigort IineeISfait that the lurutl tJI ordlI lItxt I to their Creator work is labor of Tort and their joy is in doing till good that comes to their hands Welcome thrice welcome shall they ever ho to our little hillgirt nits trAVoavurn Syrup anil Curate treatment for blood and skin diseases l JIeJ li Some Special Values In Black Dres Goods Black Nub Etamine value at 62hc- Blnck Nub Canvass value 7fic at 57 il ILIS75c Shirt Waist Silks- 57ic GOODS oOc Frer ch Ginghams 20c FARMER I 10 when you hold TH EjJ I 1flRCXJ1GHTIMATCH and found every Box easiestburnsJ transpired a a a a t Commander tlllj n memory 111laa I L WAMi YouHold GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT Louis USE THE hendersnn no n ute THE LINE THAT COM KO1ITA P IlEVOXI A DOUBT Free Reclining Cars jOFFTCL1 KOITK KOi- K K sr r h1 A S TO LOUISIASK fOR OlR KVlKS GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN AtHI fnBsame causes aie making human wrecks of sufferers from Throatand Lung troubles Hilt since the ItisuurIIuu Colds even IIIIst cases lion be cured anti hopeless resignation is no longer nt ecssary Mis Lois Cragir of Dorchester Mass is one hIulIhrolltIlntlI011Iris H Koclol CureDivests what you eat i1oAJ L j J f1 Commencement Dresses Are a specialty with us We have all the correct roateii als with the right trimming to give each that stylish ef fect w S Win Valuable Coupon Search DIAMOND MATCH cycle Their Successful St 1II Chair niasriiui BoII Dyspepsia 5111IBern on hand a goodsupply of my famous White Corn which needingfiatclitFSJ P HOSTKTTEK R F n No i Frankfort KvJfcMf MAY FISIfAGiNiNNAIf 1114TH M04 For the above occasion tho Frankfott it Cincinnati Railway frothFrnnlCurt I114thinelnsirtFINAL T111Illny Pith M04 Aillt1A CUBE Foot PILES 11111 u h1 case of piles1 savsn F Carter of Atlanta lea and consulted a physician who advised tehHU1l1111111S1tly III iicUIId It is splendid for m e giving relief in sl11ntland In rtily recommend llllIHIIUI =healing iialites Kcema and other skin diseases also sores cuts desnrltlriunby 1 W Gaylc drugigst DKE CBOEMELE DEUTSCHER ARZT lflirr lrntNNIL IlItIO New 136 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 111111OI1JUlItlIll1lAsparagus Rhubarb Small Fruitsand trnrrthifur Orchard Lawn and Harden No agents Straw applllF H1LLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 211 Mar PJUin i Will be a notable week in Frankfort Will celebrate by naming unusual values Carpets Lace Curtains I tobrightencome the prices money Shirt Waists I iI1J IlIt Saffells1 WJW 7 Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see themtr I 7 + JJr J lVtjNew York Full Creamr Y Rocqueturt and CheesesII rqjiX C Bauer Fine Candies ti i JI71 Wj+ and Wines of all ages and kinds S 7 drt rte S TRY OUR J11ttIi r1tiE7 Red Jacket Cider ilJd f 1 11 J fI f f f l do If 1 l C 1 73 11 E f fiJIi rI r tft I htr- aay I1 R ROGLRS SONSr a 191t rnick a A 1Elastic Bookcase combined it with few or dlslrtdRJud cv r made i Rtomy ionvjnkrit attic Iii WWant to show you advantages and possi hihtie CaLlwrite or phone II about it t and visitors i Our will save you t 1 it Imported Sweitzer Imperial Rudolph Whiskies FAMOUS t j T- HEEquitable J JILifeOF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD i Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY 1trlj i rtItk oJ THE POSSIBILITIES OF DO MESTIC SCIENCE By Mrs S T Hnilcy Tho time vhon God winked in the Ignorance of tw people we nle told passod Wo cannot full ti renlie that the doinnnds of todiiy nrc in keeling with the progress of the ago In which we live Scientific research lhalUeli7every hraiuli of industry known to mnn from the least to the greatest It is not confined to conunorco and triiHU1 but it minifies tin whole universe It ranches suns shams and stars it JIl1ttllI tl the bowels of till earth ami lives into the depths of the sea Such heights and depths are too far teaching for the inerest of many Hilt it does not halt liore it touches the things which are of vital interest to the whole people our churches our clubs our schools and the must important of all our pontes At this point wo give it the name of S Domestic Science Taken liter ally it morons there is a scientific method of performing every task connected with till 11 tho practice of which labor is lIrht ened expense allayed happiness is promoted and the beauty and 1 harmony of the homo Is enhanced A science that will bring order out of confusion recommends itself How mnn cheerless abodes around and Rhoutus from ignorance and lack of training have nothing which suggests home to an oh server Tho tired laborer who toils early and late to provide for the needs of his family has a right to demand that his earnings bring comfort and ease after the exec tions of tho day ended How can this be assured and secured It Domestic Science is the key that has opened this heretofore hermet ically sealed casket that contained priceless a jewel It tins dent onstrated that the losne no matter how humble tan be perfect in its appointments Domestic Science teaches how to select and arrange + every household article with a view to comfort utility and entity how f with the least possible labor cleanliness which is next to Godli ness may be preserved how infants from the cradle be made docile mild and tractnhie acquir ing with increasing years of usefulness industry and thrift how tho most nourishing foods that build up the physical body produce good blood quiet the nerves and rest tho brain may bo judiciously selected with the least possible outlay Time most import ant item in this line of thought Is the preparation of the food A thorough study of this is of the most paramount importance No food can be nutritious or healthful that is not carefully and properly prepared More diseases which brood despondency ill nature hope lessness and possibly crime as an after result can be traced to illy cooked poorly served food than to arty other cause Hence tho needs sity for a scientific reform in the home must he obvious to every thinking poison When each member of a family has been systematically trained and taught tho proper use of time talent and money when they ha been convinced that what is wasted and destroyed by ignorance aare lessness and mismanagement would give a surplus fund which would provide the home with such lux uries that would entertain profit and elevate them then only you have laid tho foundation of a so- Ciety which will abhor and avoid crime will be ambitious to use by individual Hlort and become useful citizens This condition can be brought about not by sudden rev lution but by long patient and persistent and insistent efforts Our hope is in the young If their fcrtviionmonts are propitious the results will be satisfactory Those advanced in years whose habits of thriftlessness indolence and in many cases vice have become fastened upon them will bo hardest to impress or to change but the more difficult the task the more gratifying the outcome Any Innovation upon the lives habits and customs of a peoplo naturally antagonize them until they are satisfied tha its results are beneficial There is no greater benevolence than the form of the home If we wis to lessen crimes that are constantly being committed before our eyes we must arouse to action ana fern- a crusade against It Let the han ner of Domestic Science lead to victory and be hoisted over every home in tho land limo schools must and are leading the van The interest of the public must show itself in disseminating literature which is necessary in propagating this science But preaching with out teaching is as sounding bras and tinkling cymbal We mus to It that every school through aoutthe length and breadth of tho land introduces this subject in Its curriculum The work is well begun the hopeful outcome will ox tend beyond the confines of earth t and merge Into eternity ANKLEIyMrs las H Fuqua a step when returning to her room tht residence of Mr W S Farmer on Second street twisting and sprain fJn her left ankle inflicting a pain i injury Remedies wero at onto applied and she is doing as well JIB could be expected t flt STAMPING GROUND lime entertainment for the benefit of the Odd Fellows Lodge given at the Town Hall on Saturday night was a success A full house was present anda neat sum real ixed Corn planting is shout over in this section nilCIA time residence of Mr Robert Marshall near Milltown Mr Melvin Barber aged 3 i years of consumption He was buried at Minorsville Died Mav near Duvall Sta tion Mrs Ann Eliza Dins aged 7S yeas Roy Dr C lJo Ford con ducted the funeral services nn Wednesday after which the re nnins worn taken to Louisville and buried in Cave Hill Cemetery Rev Geo W Hill of Covingtnu the new pastor of the Baptist Church will preach his first ser mon on Sunday next May loth He is said to be a good poacher and splendid gentlemanUNO LETTER LIST Tho following is a list of adver tised letters for time week ending Saturday May 14 1504 Appel Julius CJ Brown Mrs Oria Brown Mrs Mary L Casy Tom Clayton S Cook Lee Davis IJH Drnl ley Hendirclson Nick Lucas Mrs James Moore Mrs Hester Moore Mrs Susie Murray Reuben Norfleet B Frank Pointer J S Rabedee M J Rogers Turner Sapp A F Saunders Jack Smith Annie Smith Huskurn Stan ward Alden 2 Thompson William E Troxel Eliza Turpin Mrs Maria Wilhoit Alvin Persons calling for the above let tore will please say advertised E M DRANE P M EARLY MORNING FIRE YESTERDAY At Oaf yesterday morning an alarm turned in by Mr W G Goodwin of this office ended the firemen to tho residence of Mr Les lie Lane on Bridge street which was found to bo a mass of flames It was destroyed involving a loss of some 1200 or 1500 The flumes had made great headway before being discovered BUSINESS MENS CLUB RE ORGANIZED reorIganized nn Thursday night by the election of the following officers 1PresidentCol Geo B Harpevi TreasurerGeo L Payne Secretary Guy H Briggs The meeting was a large and enthusiastic one- Measures were taken looking to the retention of the J E M Mill ing Co in the city A HARD STRUGGLE Many a Frankfort Citizen Finds the Struggle Hard achingWithders struggleNo curetclaim Holmeshman at tho Frankfort Chair COR reutestItheir treatment brought me untold relief I had backache for years It was not severe at all times hut when an attack occurred especially It wayesuregwnfitnothing that did mo any permanent good Reading an advertisement in our local papers about Deans Kidney Pills it occurred to me that 10Ion to J W Gayles drug store and got a bus Their use proved that what people said about aching in try back ceasing was true and the trouble with the kilney seen t on was corrected I thoroughly he lieve that any preparation which acts up to the representations made for it like Doans Kidney Pills cannot be ton well known For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Bulfalo New York solo agents for the United States- Iloneunber tho name Doans and take no other l WORLDS FAIR SHORT LIll SOUTHERN RAILWAY Eotlyfive miles tile shortest easiest best to the lOKLESFAIE Look at time schedules 1ul1iIOolld through train from Louis nudDiningClai1YArllSolid through train from Louis PullmanSleeperAll trains make close connection withWalllls tirolllHIsI be an soon LexingtonAguntLexlntollC H HUNGERFORD District AycLouiGeneralPassenger SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouiaLoaisvillc Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No1 No No8 a m pot pm 700Ar985yersnillesLexington 1045 710 1020 725Georgetown Nol No No6 a in p m am Lv Burgin 710 700IIVersailles 625 512 755 643 540 820 Ilwrencehurgj 720 028 910 840 j5O 1040 andLexingtonAlso on train Xos 5 and 0 Through Obser iarrodsburgTrain leaving Louisville 745 n m for the viaKnoxville arrivingbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louts Division No4 No2 mArPrinceton 100 p nmi 145 a in St Louis 080 pm a m No8 No t Lv Rt Louis Ar Princeton pmlSpHuntingburg 12flipm 710 amI- I Louisville a m No No Lv Louisville 000 p m1 850 a m Ar Huntingburg 85Opm1145amEvansville 1025 pm l80pm No9 No Lv Evansville 730 a mi 1llrpm Ar Huntln 008 n m 250 p Ar Louisville 1150 a m 645 p m Trains Nos 28 and run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos and run solid between Louisville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis villa LoultlIcarry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet service applyIH R Spencer S H Hardwick GBAllen G PA OASTORABears the A wy tEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly our opinion an probably able ommunlrA- tlonsRtrlctlr confidential on Iatcnta patcntiPatents ive Special notice without charge In tho Scientific Jlmeri an- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrccat cir of any uclentlflo journal Terms f3 nowedealereMUNN Branch F Bt Washington D l iNeW Fast TrainT- OoloradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday Mnv The new trains will leave St Louis 9bn m dully TIll eveningtralns to same points 1010 p in daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information cull nn or address HT MATTHEWS Tray Posy Agt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Asheville N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL it Land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thous and feet above the level of the sea portionThe official government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av degreesSummer F 5348 degrees F Winter H887 d grees F With a mean for ttm whole year of 5415 degrees F 811 a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all hu man ills find quick relief RE ACHED ONLY BY TIlE Southern Railway SkybookletSummer folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville IA60 IMDHGNRDUTEI iimauuuM cmaiiii BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION TTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A 4 n Cur 4tU mid Market Sta LouiUt FOR SALE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf Illinois Central Seventh 6 River Louisville Memphis N O ftil No m Arrives 745 a Nuw Orleans Special No iwNLe Jen 720 a m Arrives 455 n For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to mid from Elizabeth town IIot1genvl11u anll Hopkinsvillu n Sunday service to Elixabethtown mid Hodgen villa Htops at stations NO lilt Accommodation No 18- 2Lenv1450 m Arrives 955 a in For Central City Connecting service to Hal enville and EliKahethtown except o Sundays Stop at all stations A Trains Run Dally it4 1iiHfjJ i ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R IL to Now tI Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S i onlsianntoHavana Leave Chicago and ins 1IJllllisarrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 2 di p in il arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and through tickets at unusually lorfrates Free Illinois Central R IL iIllustrated holder on Cuba giving mill particulars on application r OCEAN prSH 1S FROM NEW OHjhANStji Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama qJndiesforth In a special folder issued bytsthe Illinois Central R R for a copy t MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fort in via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under time auspices oftRaymond Whltcojnb will Chicago Fiiday February 12 for Mexico und California via Now Or leans including stopover for the- M ardi Gras also from Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via time Illinois Central and Now Or t leans Entire trips mule in special J iFaslevery detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur lions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and IOrleansevery Wednesday from Chicago ievery Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route ovary Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS thed t now service and fast steamheated vesti bolo trains with through sleeping oars buflotlibrarysmokrng car service and nil menus en route dining cars Ask for an book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS inI Ilhe Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and tolophoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and bulletlibrary cars with a single change on samo train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulf port Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK i Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health tumid pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above cnn bo had of agents of tho Illinois Con tral or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChicagoJNO tMemphis BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown LoxingtunFractionCo Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from a in to 7 p in and at I p in Leave Paris every hour frown 7 a in to 8 p in and at10 p in Single fare 40 conts Leave Lexington for Georgetown ovary hour from 7 a m to p m except a m p m S and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from I a in to 10 p m except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and n p m Y ALEXANDER President f20tf GREAT OFFER Wo arc enabled to oiler groat in ducements to subscribers to the Roundabout in connection with the Louisville Evening Post Look at this A Websters Unabridged Dic tionary Edition 800 The Evening Post daily for one year 300 Roundabout 100iTotal I1200 rAll for JOU This price is loss than tho public would posy for tho Dictionary alone tThu Evening Post is ono of the ablest and brightest papers in the tfoO4STOnIA iBears n the itli z1- r t m y1 J dtly t 1jjAGkoUilFIBS1 I Rev M H Adams the pastor f being at the Southern Baptist Con vention there will ho no preaching 1at II a in or 8 p in Sundayschool at 145 a m In the chapel Homo Deparment and Binlo Class Taught by Mr S 3 Hutton su perintendent Adults told strange s invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union moot at 7 p m in thu chape- lLeaIerBfSil Konnoy Topic Discouragements Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at oclock In tho chapel Normal Class will meet at Slo Prof J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody in j city cordially invited to attonr ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn roc tor Sunday May 15 1904 930 a m Sundayschool a in Morning Prayer and Ser mon 7550 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 730 p in Evening Prayer in the chapelFriday 730 p m Meeting of the Parish Bible Class- Everybody cordially invited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsio the pastor will at a ui and 7JO p in Sundayschool at 930 in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock In the chapel Leader Mrs George Darsie Topic What Joseph and Ben jamin Teach About Brotherly Care on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock Topic Encouragement For Tho Discouraged Tho Junior Endeavor Society wi moot in the chapel at 330 oclock afternoon bOdY cordially invited 1Fridny PRESBYTERIAN Rev Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at a m and 730 nl- S11udayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at IBO p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night 11at 730 p n invited to attend 1CAJHOIJIC CHURCH R o v S Major rector BI a in High Mass 10 a in Vespers 730 p in Sundayschool at 2 p m Fl RST PRESBYTERIAN- CHURH Rev J MoClusky JJIayney n n tho pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Sundayschool at 915 a m Young Pt oplos Society of Chris than Endeavor 545 p m All tho young invited- Prayormteting Wednesday night at 7BO p Tho public cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Sunday will bo Childrens Day An appropriate program has been iirrangod conducted by the Sun xlayHchool Rov C J Nugent the pastor will preach at iBO p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Epworth League will meet in Ladies Parlor at 730 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y 1L C Athero will be moot lags at tho Y M C A on Sunday afternoon for boys at 230 ami men at 330 All boys and mon are invited 1 Dr Weavers Syrup- S uifles the blood Cerate ointment for the elfin r ci YouCanPin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because it wont fall you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E ra miiiino CD GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all conic from Kentucky Their main source is tho liver and all the fine spirits over made in tho Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a had liver or the hundrcdandone ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same tine Your livor must be in fine condition if you would feol buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in yuur pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flower the great est of all medicines for tho liver and stomach and a contain euro for dyspepsia or indigostion It has been a favorite household remedy for over thirtylive years August Flower will make your livor healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size Ke regular bottles iiJu At all druggists lyr W W W M M Moj M a ALL i BEDBUGS lDOOMEDJiIE IEIT IS OFTEN DIFFT JS cult to tell how bedsbugs arrive at many places y 5 whore they are found for M even tho most careful t 5 housewife is apt sooner or W later to discover those r Bp troublesome pests in her ice yn home Every bug is doom ed however if M I GAYLES IBedbug Killer Iho used This s pIp n did preparation searches out jj where lamas lurk r QQWMySThe elective 5 your money back rumgor i bottle with brush r I Tho Gaylo nrna Storosi- 7 I 71AI Iihi 7MS7MSiimlilillti l iiKi WHATS NEWKot We linvo in Ifositry Corsets Silk ISland Kid loves Fans XlCk wiur illx ns Novelties in Waist Sots Ilnir Combs Etc Laces Embroideries Handkerchiefs and bet of all at THE RIGHT PRICES WeitzelODonncIl I ESCAPED Women and Men From the Cljutchei 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 CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle and wife GrocerV Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denns Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES IStore FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hou L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Hep resentative from Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party 28ti FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a candidate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec IHtf COUNTY CrJERhIWe are authorized to N B SMITH Esq as a nllnounceI for reelection as Clerk subject to the acti Democratic priming iite- CANJJ1ATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORS as a candi date for jailor of Franklin county subject to the action of time Demo cratic party at the primary 19to FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to Col E H TAYLOR Jr announoeI didate for time otllce of tive from Franklin county in tho next Legislature suuject to tho action of the Democratic party 28te genuineLaxativethe remedy that estrus n cold In ono day CLIMATIC CURES limo influence of climatic con ditions in cure of consumption is very much overdrawn limo poor patlMit and time thou patient too can do much better at home h proper attention to food tllgllltiOli- and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in too morning Is made certain by Gorman Syrup so Is a good nights rest such tho ennghiless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can ho prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to u warmer clime you will fluid that of the thousands of consumptives there time few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 2jc regular sie Toe A tall drug gists yr f WIIMAM A W JIThe Yeoman Carriage I Formerly time Seller Carriage Codso Well and Favorably Known to the People County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendatiou than herd service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have Hold more carriages for us than nil tho printed praise wo could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe 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 Heiiniller Esq in 18iHIwe shall fully maintain in the sev eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us with their business they are assured of getting the best work possible We have in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also a nice line of our own snake of its usnal splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church V SAILLES KY lUly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 a BEST IGThese 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 not right we ask you to tell us of it JOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky A Physician Cures His Wife Of CONSUMPTIONOne h under tho late of October 2U 1908 of tho remarkable cure which r the Dr Stevens East India Consumption Cure macho for his wife Dli S1EVENSNOYESDEAII and r cannot say enough in behalf of 0 Remedy lwo years ago last spring my wife was confined to her I could for her and also had four of my best brother ph urjclans called in to attend her They pronounced her case Consumption and hopeless Her mugs were buddy diseased and large wore first destroying what remained of them At this time she wits weak that she could hardly speak above a whisper She also suffered 4terribly front profuse night sweats It required every etTort on my part to keep her alive M tried everything that I could think of or my friends recommend but my ollorts were all in vain The Dr Stevens East India Con sumption Curo was strongly recommended to me I determined to make another attempt to lied a cure for her and immediately menced tho use of yummy Remedy following tho rules explicitly It isJwith gratitude that I mid that it was but a few weeks before a decided Improvement in her symptoms followed and today she is enjoying bettor than she has had since childhood The fact that sho hnsirecently passed a rigid examination for life insurance add emphasis to j this statement J Although I am a practicing physician and have never boon an ad vocato of patent or proprietary medicines yet I believe that tho Dr r Stevens East India Consumption Cure should have its powerful tome and curative qualities made known in every reasonable way The fact Ji that it has restored my wife to her former health and saved her to h011fancily after fourteen years of suspense and sickness causes mo to tool P that It is a duty which i owe to other sufferers to make this acknowl edgement of the wonderful cure which this Remedy made in my wHostcase T fool that I must request you to withhold my name taut you may feel at liberty to refer anyone to mo who wishes to make further inquiry regarding your treatment for Consumption etc Tho Dr Steven Knst India Consumption Outv Is put up In paikajjus lasting tiu month Tlu priuo fur u hilt is o nv ami Us Thirty years of crucial test and over one immlrvd thousand jjratctul patients prove its positive in ilinvastts of the hints catarrh asthma nervous iliscasis utu DR STEVENSNOYES Proprs Rochester N Y Fur the Uenuily fwd full information symptom blanks ole apply to IDR J S GOODRICH Ringold Building Frankfort Kentucky remedyixit hG l J1bNCHRIFLE AND PISTO- LCARTRIDGES J Its the shots that hit that count Winches ter Rifle and Pistol Cartridges hit that is t shoot accurately and strike a good hard pen greatrsuitable for all kinds of game from rabbits to grizzly bears If you want reliable ammu nition buy the timetried Winchester make FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS FAUSTS MINSTRELS Ono of the finest and cleanest minstrel shows that ever visited this city was that given by the Ted E Fmists Minstrels on Saturday night last The tout ensemble was perfect nnd the large audience which greeted the show was delighted The singing of Mr William Pattio our Frankfort boy was superb he being frequently encored and wnst ft source of pride to his friends t relatives present The singing of Mr Glen det Bruin was very flue indeed he dividing the honors with Mr Patti e The acrobatic work was superb nnd elicited commendation on all hands The costuming was elegant and nttrnethetWe hope company miiy see their way clear to give a return en gagement and we assure them of a packed house should they do SQt A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of 1 B Orner Franklin Grove It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Aruba Salve our d r Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25o Litj all druggists VIRTUAL VICTORY FOR STRAIGHT WHISKY MEN At the meeting of the Kentucky Commission St Louis Worlds Fair last week the manufacturers of straight Kentucky Whisky won 4 n virtual victory for while the Commission stated that they could not under the restrictions governing their action require the sepa ration of straight and rectified whisky yet as it wits a well known fact that all straight goods wer bottled in bond and had the 1 little green government stamp over the stopper that tact was an advertisement to the world that the absence of that stamp was sure hid cation that the goods were recti fied 1 The Commission stated that the points made by the straight goods men were unanswerable and that they sincerely regretted that they were powerless under their in structions to make the order for leIrseparation Edmund Watson Taylor of this city is entitled to great credit for the victory thus won as ho was one of the most intellignt und earn est ft hters for the puro goods side DESTRUCTIVE FlUE Our sister city of Shelbyvillo suffered from a destructive fire Wednesday The loss amounted to some 20000 and tho block de stroyed had been recently erected SPRING RACES- LOUISVILLE KY On this account the L k X will sell May 1st to 18th inclusive 1Louisvilletd A CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION Frankfnrt Ky slay 25 1904 The United Slates Civil Ser vine Com mission announces that on the date andat the place named above an examination will be held for the position of Clerk and Carrier in the Post Office Service This eXRllliunI offers an bright energetic young persons enter an interesting field of Government employment where the salaries compare most favorably with those paiil in pri vate employmentfThe salary of letter carriers- in all cities which contain a population of 75000 or more is arranged in three classes First class 1000 per annum second class ShOO per annum and third class 000 per annum In cities containing less than 75000 population there are two classes Second class SS50 per annum and third class SGOO per an num Appointments of letter carriers are made to the class having the minimum rate of pay and promotions from the lower grades are made to the next higher grade at the expiration of one years service on certificate of the postmaster to the efficiency and faithfulness of the employe during the preceding year A substitute letter carrier receives a compensation of 1 per annum and the pro rata compensation of the carrier whose route he may be required to servo A vacancy in the reg ular force of carders may be tilled by the promotion of the senior substitute A substitute cb rk is paid a rate of compn sation not exceeding the com pensation of the absent clork or employe whose place he tukesc The sihiries of clerks at the postoffices vary according to the class of work to be lies form ed and the sz of ihe office but range from 400 to 1000 in the smaller offices to as high as 1700 per annum in the larger office All original appoint ments of clerks are made at the min mum salaries The exam inatim will consist of the sub jects mentioned below weight ed as indicated Subjects Weights cfllIu e 2 Arithmetic simple tests 1011 addition subtraction multipli Ciition and division of whole numbers and in common and decimal fractious and United States money 20 3 Letter writing a letter of not less than 125 words on some of interest Competitors subject general will be permitted to se lect one of two subjects given 20 4 Penmanship the writing of competitor in the subject of copying from plain copy will be considered with specialreference to the elements of legibility rapidity neatness generalappearance etc 20 5 Copying from plain copy a simple test in copying accurately a few printed lines in the competitors handwriting 10 6 United States geography relative to the boundaries of States and to capitals largest cities rivers and other bodies of water and the location by States of prominent cities etc 10 7 Reading addresses t test in reading the names and address es on 25 cards in different handwritings 10 Total 100 Age limit all positions 19 to 45 years All applicants male and fe male must have the medical certificate in the application blank executed Male appli cants must be at least 5 feet 4 inches in height in bare feet poundsIno is defective in nn of the follow ingnamed particulars will be appointed in the postalservice Deaf lnutes hunchbacks per sons having defective hearing sight or speech persons total in one oneIIpggedcrippled arms or legs and thoseI Suffering from asthma sumption hernia or any other physical defect or disease which would prevent a proper dis charge of the duties of the posi tionAll persons who have been examined for the position of clerk or carrier within the past year and failed to pass may be reexamined upon filing new ap plications in due time This examination is open to allcitizens of the United States who comply with requirements Fiom the eligibles resulting from this examination it is ex pected that certification will be made to existing and future vacanciesFor blanks full instructions specimen Exam nation questions and informa tion relative to the duties and salaries of the different posi tions and the location of the examination room application should be made to the secretary examiners at the postoffice Applications will be accepted for this examination by the secretary of the local board up to the hour of examination J M WILLIAMS Sect Postal Board WE ARE NOT PROUD IF WE ARE PRETTY We invite the gallant Sir Knights of the State and their fair Indies when in annual conclave assem bled to call at the ROUNDABOUT upIbindery We know we have as export print ers and binders as any oilice in the State and our girls and boys are such a lot as any man might be proud to have with him And thou as to good looks are e not proud if we are pretty Neglected colds make fat graveyards Dr Woods Norway Pin Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY f H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors 4 Frankfort Kentucky j Pleasant t01tline j Laxative Syrup 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor 1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts best medicines for Constipation as they bring art Ithe action of the bowels wh n minerals and their irritating to the intestines vID t- LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and VegefJtable Compound and if used in Constipation will labout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness ISICk Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanI il other you have tried l Iany ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE u t l WORMSJ CREA- MVERMIFUGE tQuantity Benin rF20Yrs ias Led all Worm Remedies uatacacia BY Azzprepared by JAMES F BOLLARD St Louis PAUL WEITZBL Cor St Clair tt Broadway 1 i l B anFeFjsDQ A has frequent headaches aJbad ot nerves lack or maladyItsDont fall to get today at your druggists a bottle of HERBINEand dlRcsthc organs to tbclr normal functions YoullIfeel o a new woman after taking tho first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS t PAUL B WEITZEL St Clair Broadway LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 4LOCAL EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 No41 Dallyd IrLeaoI WHITES CBUcGXSTS TIMETABLE Ittlo IDnilyMls Bund A bI225I 111 Lexington0Winchester 100 805 850 Oluy City 023I 489 400 Stanton 430 4i 023I Natural Bridge tOt 5 44U 1020 140 Teat villo Junction 0 726I 747 847j 61l 1100I IJllekon jJ 225 IOHm AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY ij I jDallylIlt Ex A M LveP M Lye Jloit In = Quality t Cor StUtlOISI Ex Dally 520 I ff No No53 iDaily Dully Ex Ex Sand M1II iP M Ar P M Ar o IiII 880 161 Hampton 480 1158 7W 128 Loo City 5lo 19 741 122 Hil chnvu 618 1228I21I 715 105 Cannel City 645 p Nail cool will make closis connection at O k K Junction with Nor n and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendente J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager GP A r r jj 9n