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Tuyl = = = GEO A LEWIS Pub her A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advancealu VOLt XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 21 1904 NO 37 WORLDS FA III History bus recorded tho nuts and tin results of tho nuts of man since the dawn of fires hut tlo methods moans and processes by which thu nots and results were accomplished are all to ho seen within thes grounds of tho Worlds Fair at St Louis Tho United States Government building is now complete and is the finest and one of tho most in teresting exhibits on the grounds Each department of tho government has a fine display and the building is always full of sight seers Upon entering the building from the front the first thing to attract the oyo will bo the exhibit made InstitutioniStanding is a group of animals among them being the giraffe rhinoceros hippopotamus blaok and polar bear and othor animals with which we are more or less familiar But hero is one monster with which we are not familiar and every one who sees this gigantic horned dionasau ras standing on his pedestal look just as he did in by gone ages rone usually exclaims I am glad isiwhale just as he swam in the water measuring 78 feet from the end of his nose to the tip of his tail By the side of the cast of this whale Iismounted the skeleton of a whale last year This skeleton is complete and weighs over five thousand pounds The comment of visitors at tho sight qf this skeleton is to admit there II was plenty of room for Jonah The display of the War Depart ment is very fine and is made from the things in actual use by the War Department of the United States Government The artillery display i includes coast defense guns Maxim rapid fire Colts rapid fire Gattling guns and mounted batteries The I1great coast defense 76inch gun long and of weight so enor ImoUs that it is estimated by tons is here A mountain battery is mounted on nodes just like actual 110lif Standing beside tho mules the mountain battery is a piece ofIartillery with the horses saddled and everything ready Sotwhile looking at them you expect theta to move at guy moment There are several pack mules stand ing packed ready for an expedition Into the enemy Vcountry with Unl elo Sams boys in blue Tho Will Department has on display all tho kinds of weapons battlo flags und appliances used since the OOTorn ment was formed with portraits of tho famous generals that havo com mandcd our armies Tho Navy Department exhibit is extremely interesting and instruc tive to tho landsman Models of the famous warships of tho United States complete to tho minutest detail including all tho ships from tho Maine and Oregon to the last ono placed in commission are shown enclosed in glass cases wish all parts in view Tho cenI tral attraction in tho naval display is a warship with guns mounted noItion AIIter at the bow The interior is fitted up just like a ship in real life with officers quarters ward rooms sick bays and other appli ances that go with a ship down below you see the boiler room stokers and everything like real life In the bow near the entrance is a room containing a group of officers and men of the navy from aRear Admiral to a United States Marine dressed in the uniform of their rank and so lifelike that you will have to take close second look to convince yourself that they are not alive and awaiting some word of commandIThe Treasury Department has a matichinerymint The machinery used in the mint since the establishment of the government is shown from the small hand coining stamp to the powerful machine that coins mil lions of gold and silver every year In one corner of the building is a post office fitted up in the latest and most approved style for hand ling mail This post tnoe is equip pod for actual use during the Exposition and handles the mail forth e Exposition It is known as Exposition Station and free buy ery from this station is made four times a lily to all parts of the Worlds Fair grounds openIouch tiny except Sunday and everything in the building is true for inspection- A whole day spent in this build lug is a liberal education and in after years thu visit to this section would bo recalled as ono of the most pleasant incidents ol your stay at tho truly groat Worlds Fair I LAIRD SCHOBER IiO- SOXFORDSH r We have received the full spring line of these cele brated OXFORDS Weihave them in Patent Leather the new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober fe Cos shoes are the finest made p R K1 McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY IJUY BACK OLD PROPERTY Some years ago Capital Lodge No 0 L O O F became strait ened in their finances and in or der to pay off the bonds issued when building Odd Fellows Tem plo sold the north end of that building to Mr 1 Davis Since then they havo peon enabled by gooJ management to got in good shape again On Tuesday they repurchasod tho building from Mr Davis and now own tho whole of it again They aro to bo congratulated as it is a good piece of property The price which is a good one is pri vate FINED FOR ASSAULT Grant Trumbo was tried on Tues day on a warrant charging him and one or two others with assault ing Win Luehrle the offense being committed on Sunday last Trumbo was fined 10 and costs and the other paroles dismissed It dont pay to throw eggs etc even at tho humblest citizen- CONTRACT AWARDED Mr J Will Graham has been awarded the contract for the inte rior woodwork of the Southern Presbyterian Church which is to be very handsome and will he made of quartered oak When completed it will be one of the prettiest churches in this sec tion of the country BULLY BOY We desire to congratuia the Frankfort Cornet Band upon t success which they made in the music furnished by them They are as good a band as any in the Stato and held their own any timf Smithyband LADIES AND CHILDREN Who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find it necessaiy to take a liver medicine should try those easy pills und compare the agreeably pleasant anti strengthening effect with the nauseating and weakening conditions following tho use of Earlyilisersion sick headache jaundice ma brJELECTED BISHOP Rev Jno G Murray D D of Baltimore Md has been elected Bishop of Louisville by tho Epis copal Convention which mot in Hopkinsville this week Ho sail to be an able and consecrati d preacher WEDNESDAYS FIRE At Sn0 on Wednesday morning an alarm from hex 18 called tin fire boys to a small cottage occupied by colored people on Fowlur street which was damaired to the oxtonl of some The furniture was pretty badly wrecked in being re movedPOSTAL FROM FRENCH We are in receipt of the following postal from Mr Gustavo Lafontaine Frenohy Mid Ocean May 2 1904 1908 miles on the deep blue sea Terrible weather Bad writing shak Latitude 46 degrees 11 North Longitude 35 degrees 41 West How is the buttermilk FRENCHY It was mailed at Havre May 5 received in New York City May 15 received here May 17 WHEN THE SAP RISES Weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fenner of Marion Ind saysIt I suffered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured mo entirely of tho cough strengthened my lungs and weighthealthW Gayle HELD UP fX LEXINGTON Former Jailor Martin Lawrence was hold up in Lexington on Fri day night and robbed of some rat smashed over tho head inflicting a gas some three inches long Law ronco claims to bo able to identify the rubbers and that ho gave ono of thom something to remember him by in the way of a blow NOMINATED FOR REELECTION After one of the hottest fights over seen in this Congressional Dis trict Congressman South Trimble was renominated on Friday evening by the skin of his teeth receiving 53 votes to 51 for his oppon ents Rumors of all sorts of deals are rife some of which are admitted and others denied- PARTIALLY PARALYZED It is with sincere regret that learn that Dr Wm H Averill weI parItialis a good man and valuable citfze- and will be greatly missed should he finally succomb- SATURDAYS ALARM At 5 p m on Saturday an alarm from box 24 called the boys to the residence of Mrs James Bransom on High street where a lot of refuse tireismall loss SELF PROTECTION demands that you be on the slurto rlt1SOllIegettanghas boon tho worlds family loeto stoidiarrhoea II stomach or bowels dysentery etc Large bottles 25 and 50 THANKS centsI We are indebted to TnslIrlnceICommissioner Henry for a copy of the report of that ofllce for 1004 of fire division of fire ma- rino and inland insurance HeIwill please accept our thanks SPOKE HERBIJudge Jas P ton spoke at tho Monday night in tho interest o Congressman W T Hearsts candi lacy for President iTToSE OLD DIRTY AWNINGS- A lady manager of tho Civic League lists called our attention to the old soiled and dilapidated awnings that so many of our busi ness then are using in front of thei establishments Would it not be a good idea for them to have allOW und olean awning put up The certainly add to the attractiveness of a business house- FRANKFORT BUSINESS DI RECTORY Messrs Moses OConner and Ed gar F Suter have issued a prospectus announcing their purpose to shortly publish a business direr tory for our city This is a much needed enterprise as no such directory has been put out since 1892 We hope these gentlemen will nee with abundant encouragement NOT A SICK DAY SINCE II I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I triad all sort of medicines none of which re lieved me One day saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and deter nIsoon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 6lc at all drugigsts JIftt = = WHITE GOODS1Thousands of the BeautifulI For Making WaistsIand Skirts I- NMadras Cloth Mercerized EtcnWe are giving SPECIAL at tention this season to the materials suitable f- orCommence J ment Dresses IYou may hunt the city you will not overIsuch values as we Ioreoffering in IIFrench Nainsook Muslins Chiffons Organdies I 1Persian Lawns India Linen Etc o have a very large 1AI of Embroideries and suitable for trimming und see our goods C KAGIN BROtNo 4143 St CLAIR STifAT BRIDGE MISTAKEN IDENTITY Not a great while ago our lass man Mr W L Lewis was traveling 1 on the railroad when a gentle Iman who had been looking upon tho wine when it is red spying t rhi111 in a car full of gentlemen and ladies insisted that he was the Hon Chauncey M DeptH Senator 3frunH Now York find well known afterdinner orator insisted upon his addressing the crowd Mr Lewis whoso modesty is well 1thotaken in his man He exclaiming you neednt deny it You cant fool me know you are Mr De pew While Mr Lewis does resemble Mr Depew lie blushingly disclaims being an orator tARM BROKEN Master Geo T Stagg Jr son of Mr Thos H Stagg was playing upon a slanting plank a foot or so above the ground on Mondays when he slipped and fell breakinghhis right arm just above the elbow It was a olean break and the sur goon Dr had but little fraotureIall right OA lEI TORtABean the Signature ff lave 12 J PERSONAL Editor John B Dryden went tt Cincinnati yesterday Dr Son South and wife have gone to St Louis Mo to reside Mrs V F rigler anti son Vie tor were visitors here Wednesday Rev A C Hensley of Versailles visited relatives hero the week Mr Joseph W Hodden of Mt Sterling was in tho city Thursday Judge F R eland of Lawrence burg was horo this wool Capt Julian Kersoy of Louis ville was hero on Thursday Mr James Glass of Georgetown spent Friday in this city Mr Newt Northcutt of Stamp Ing Ground was in tho city on Thursday night Miss Eunice Kenney of George town College spent a few day with her parents this week Dr Flora Mastin attended the State Medical Association at Lex ington this week Mrs H M Polsgrove of Metrop oils Ills has been the guest of rel atives hero this week Rev John H Burdin and wife of Mr Eden were here on Thurs day the guost of Mrs flag Slusher Col Jack H Stuart the versatile correspondent has gone to Cin cinnati Mrs 1 T West returned Friday daughtl1MrsMr J Craik Jackson of Cincinnati visited relatives hero on Wednesday Miss Patsoy Pruett of Lexing hereaMr Geo Sohon of Louisville Agent of the Childrens Home Society was in the city this week Mr Guy H Brlggs wife and child visited relatives In Lexing ton this week r Mr Vill Petty wife and son of 1 Louisville were guests of Mrs John Brady this week Mr C Gran Graham and wife y Covington spent Sunday here the guests of relatives Mr H H Tilton of Danville who has been visiting friends here has returned home Dr N M Garrett attended the State Medical Assoclaion at Lex ington this week Rev M B Adams returned Tuesday from the Southern Baptist Convention at Nashville Tenn Mr Prentiss ORear of Cincin nati visited his parents Judge E C ORear and wife this week Rev J Frank Williams D D of Versailles was the guest of Rev M B Adams Wednesday LexingtonMrs Geo A Lewis this week Miss Elizabeth Giltner of Lexington wits the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis this week Mr J A Ewalt and wife of Paris were guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis this week Mr J J Barnes of Bowling Green was the guest of his son Mr Geo L Barnes this week Judge H Clay McKoo of Mt Sterling was in the city Thursf day r Dr E E Hume attended the State Medical Society at Lexing ton this week Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mr S Farmer this week Miss Maggie Rogers has gone tot Big Stone Gap Vn to visit Mrs Minnie Burgess nee Cox i Miss Nell and Gertrude Kearney rH of Versailles cane sown to attend the grand parade Wednsday- Mr John B Dryden jr and Mr k W T Reading jr visited friends t in Versailles Sunday rtDr L T Minish attended the to State Medical Association at Lex- ingtont this week LouiseE Settle and wife this week Mrs W B Corley of Louisville E who has bon the guest of Mrs J W Marksbury has roturned home Miss May Thomas of May field who hits boen the guest of Misses Nell and Mamie Thomas has re turned home Mss Lucy Chlnn and Miss Ida Roberts have returned from tho Music Festival at Cincinnati Mrs Henry Jones of Winchester HogerDr Louis M Scott of Jelico Tenn attended tho Grand Con U clave this week Col A F Boscho and wife who were called to Toledo 0 by tho death of his mother have returned Jiome Miss Clara Scott who has boon visiting her aunt Mrs J W Mc Quillen at Bagdad has returnee home Misses Nannie and Beulah Bridges who have boon visiting Miss Edna Bridges on tho South Side have returned home M fi m i Miiiii Mrs Martha Myers of Cyn tliiana viis the truest of her sister inlaw Mrs Emma C Jameson tub week II1iI Jno n Rotors who has boon visiting her sister Mrs C L Ciiahain at n rurgetunn returned homo Saturday II1sJ H Lewis of Versailles is the guust of Mrs Fannie O Thompson Kwing street this week Judge W E Settle has gone to Dallas Texas to atrond till General Assembly of the Cnmborlanil Presbyterian church Mr Jos Rupert and wife visited at his old home at Grayson Carter coullt on Saturday Sunday and Monday Mrs Goorgo Ireland has joined her husband in St Louis Mo where they will reside for several mouths Rev W H Hampton and wife of Grandsas a r land Commandery CynthfanaBrook at Forks of Elkhon this Virgil Swinford of Cynth iana has returned home after a few lays with Mr Geo Brock jr of Forks of Elkhorn Judge A R Burnam returned Sunday night from Richmond where ho attended the funeral of his mother Hon D L Thornton and wife and Mrs Jno Ih Amsdon of Ver sailles attended the Masonic pa rade on Wednesday Mrs P M Blackeby of Ver sailles chaperoned a party of young ladies to attend the Masonic parade on Wednesday Mrs H M Stuck and Miss Jen nie Benedict of Louisville were guests of Miss Nellie Fellmer this Sarah Wolescroft of Coving ton was the guest of Miss Annie Abbett Second and Shelby streets this week i Rev H H Sneed of George town attended the Grand Conclave as a member of Bradford Com mandery Editor Dan M Bonner of the Woodford Sun came here as a member of Versailles Commandery and made us a very pleasant call Mrs Sallie Blakemore of Georgetown and son Mr Marcus Blake more were guests of Mrs W S Farmer this week Birmingten route from Chicago Ills to visit his family Mr Wilmot H Kidd commercial evangelist for Frankfort Shoe Co came in Saturday night to remain over to tho Conclave Miss Christine Bradley Miss Bessie Brand and Mr A O Brand of Louisville were guests of Mrs Jno W Hodman this week JlldiUnnlJjo1l visit relatives at Gratz Ky- Misses Beulah and Nannie Bridges of Georgetown Miss Edna fridges and Mr Edwin M Dryden SundaylastDr E H Black who has been spending the winter with hisIdaughter lroJ A Hodges Louisville returned home Satur lay Miss Lizzie Hahn one of Frank lin counties most eflleiont teachers who taught the Public school at Hill Spring Ky has returned Kato Fnrmnn Miss M Brown Duvall Mr Ed O Leigh SundayinMr S L VanMetor and wife Mr Harry Brown who graduates from Central University Danville this year is at home for a short stay preparatory to the Commence mentDr Chits D Kearns of Coving ton was mulled here by the dangerous illness of his former partner and lifelong friend Dr W H AverillMr lay H Hatchitt and wife of Nowtown carne down to attend tho Grand Conclave mild were triiests of her mother Mrs R P PepperMrs Sal Ho Blakemore and son Mr Marcus Blakomore who wore guests of Mrs W S Farther have returned to their home in George R1 G Matthews of Louisville the clever and hustling pas senger agont of the Missouri Pa cific the iron Mountain and the Texas Pacific Railway was a visitor here Thursday Mrs Lucy Rector and Miss Anna Rowland of Chicago residents of this city many years ago vis ited thu families of Mr Jason M Case and Mr Thos Jleilnor and other relatives last week Mr George Smith tho noted vio linist son of Mr Al Smith und brother of Miss Willanna Smith of this city who huts beon touring Australia for the past eight months returned homo on Tuesday Ho was very successful but says theres no place like old Kentucky l J T h I II r II twl1 Iy v hthit EJCJ I FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERI t IiiAbout the happiest fellow ini town was Col George W Quarles on Friday night when he came home from Lexington having helped to land his man in tho Congressional derby Hon South Trim ble uptodnteger agent of the Henderson Route ran up from Louisville on Thursday and did some tall hustling for his contemplatingtrip a a polite and accommodating gentle man winning friends wherever he goes DISASTROUS WRECK Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption Coughs an Colds oven the worst cases can bo cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Crags of Dorchester Mass is one byDrgreat remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all druggists Price 50o and 100 Trial bottles free Wfonlliiicialiisg The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1004i JiioBlNo82Lv D Frankfort Ari l Summit Elkhorn Swltz H Stamping Ground 6 2 Duvall 2411 IGeorgetown 103516 25155 t New town 5410 Centerville all Elizabeth 9 5 45IConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA P MIA M iA MPM 2 Lr Frankfort Ar 2720 25II Lv Georgetown Arj iAr BETWEEN FRANKFORT R CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS PM PM Lv Frankfort Ar 20 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 2J Lv Parts Ar Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTS i S 50A L FrunklortA 26A720P 47P 45A A Georgetown L Ill S5P A Paris L 542P liP 18 42A A Winchester L 245P 8 15P A MaysviHe L1 45A 15P OUP A LI 02P 2OAil55P600PB HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON PreaandGenlSupt GP A Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroy them Tuesdays Special Prices on Black Dress Goods- F 8r J HEENEY- ANNOUNCEMENT Dr O lJ Buckmaster Oeteo pathio Physician is at his old 1OSI1dencechnrges1loasonable cLJiI lDiPl DOWNWARD COURSE Fast Being Realized by Frankfort People A little backache at first Daily increasing till the back is lame and weak Urinary disorders quickly follow Diabetes and finally Brights disease This is the downward course of kidney ills Dont take this course Follow the advice of a Frankfort citizen TaylorAvesays While I did not person sly use Deans Kidney Pills I nn highly recommend them for the great relief they afforded my oldest daughter who has always suffered more or less from a weak back ever since a child On account of this condition it was almost impossible for her at times to lift anything dilfidvery annoying and distressing I learned about Deans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at J W Ga los drug store She took them as directed and they helped her in every way Her back felt very much better and stronger and tho difficulty with the kidney secre tions was much improved My youngest daughter complained a great deal of her buick hurting her liclneyPillssatisfactoryFor 50 cents FostorMIlburn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Horse Timers Chronographs Split Seconds Five MinuteRe peaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI H SELBERT Leading Jeweler CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of A little life may ho sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont have Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand for the emergency Firid Larks J Kidney 1 Globes il Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney andtBladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cares Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and irregularitiesboth men and women Sold ut 50 cents ct per box on the No Gore No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price J Gayle DruStoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly rth3 I DAILY EXCURSIONSf trStJ Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamers jof tht Leaving foot of Madison Street Dallyat after arrival oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week Sundays ooo PM Fare to Detroit unlimitedround tripJiac Excursions to Detroit and return WeekDays Sundays 75C To 1t Huron and return a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals and berth extra Spfdat Rote 1o SocitllfJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further Information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 tlElNANTrMarWHGOlOENDJPJL 6 W Giylo does not hesitate to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Curo to his friends and customers In digestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the stomach and brings on all manner of disease Kodol Jsin Cure digests what you cures indigestion dyspepsia all stomach disorders Kodol utInot only a perfect digostant tissue building tonic as well newed health JOrfeot strength increased vitality follow its C 0 TIME TABLE usejSOUTH No21 L PM Lv Lexington 820 5jFrankfort I90J 613- Slielbyvllle 700 At Louisville 1100 800 NORTH No221No HPM Louisville 830 600t t ILv Bbeloyvllu 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 t A Lexington 1115 841 hr s tas S D JOHNSON OOS SPECIALs FOR THE WEEK 4 r rAP 7r y JfaI41 MJIHiJII iHli iddW Hi Mul do n JJ 1n JV 7r4 WALKING SKIRTS ii2 0s for skirls worth 0 00 OS for skirts worth S 00 4 OS for skirts worth 10 00 Unusual Values I Exceptionnl CORSETS Values tit 49 cents t CURE THE LUNCS I Price 50cfc100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 18dv In on Saturday to Mr James Shacki leford and wife a Weight 9 MILLERIn this city on yesterday morning to Mr Willard rIMiller and wifea daughter r Kodol CureI Digests what you eat Sale next Saturday F J DEATH OF CHAS FEATHERS TON ESQ This fine old Kentucky gentle man who has been ill so long passed over the river on yester day morning aged about 81 years Mr Featherston was born and raised in this county and had spent the larger part of his longJ and earnest life in this rityjHe was a devoted Christian and had been for many long years a t member of the First Baptist Church of this city Faithful earnest t manly and ruehearted he scorned deceit and was every whom known for his upright honest and consist ent life Fearless and independent in thought and action he was ready to stand for what ho thought to be right regardless of consequences yet at the same time modest and retiring in disposition- He was a gallant soldier in the Mexican war being one of the very few left in our city who followed the starry flag to the halls of the Montezu mas- Having known in whom he be lieved when the last summons came he was not afraid for his weary head was pillowed on the everlasting arms We have known and loved Mr t Featherston all our life and we cherished his regard as a priceless thing Mr Featherston was twice mar ried By his first wife he had one daughter Mrs Ann Mary Ste phens of Celina O His second wife was Miss Jennie Hodges a laughter of the late Rev Frank H Hodges of blessed memory but they had no children Ho leaves a large circle of rela tives and friends to mourn the loss of a sincere and honest man a de voted husband and father and a trusty friend The funeral services will be con ducted from the family residence on Holmes street on Sunday after noon at 8 oclock by Rov M B Adams his pastor a O A SI TO nJABear the r yr A l ta = GINGHAMSI7cts for lOcts fur G 12 ltH for Gill hnm worth lorts IJtts for Gingham worth 2octs DRESS GOODS Special see them IS D JOHNSON CO 311 MAIN ST I KILLYHE COUCHA- ND KingsHew IFOR CONSUMPTION BIRTHS SHACKLEFORD daughterEva- May poundsj Dyspepsia rSkirt HEENEYI 1Elgnaturot 1tthlesCulland DEATHS McENNTS At her home on Campbell street this city or Tues day night Mrs Margaret McEnnis aged 76 after a andC painful IllnessJMrs MoEnnis was a modest re tiring and lov able lady She was born in Pennsylvania but had been a resident of this city for some twenty or thirty yearsgShe leaves Chas L and J 1 McEnnis andC two daughters Mrs Con A and Mrs Chas D Nelson to mourn her deathJThe funeral services were cont ducted by Rev Wm Crowe from residence on Thursday nfterLnoon at 8 oclock Messrs Half H G Mattern W H JetU fries D Soheitlngear R W Howelld and Robert Nicol were CROCKETTAt Bridgedort on Thursday Mrs Kate Jenkins Cockett wife of Mr Culeman Crockett aged about 35 years Mrs Crockett was a devoted and A active member of the Christian Church She leaves a husband two sons one daughter one sister and two brothers to mourn her untimely death The funeral services were conducted by Rev George Darsie torday afternoon from the BridgeI reIlmainsTerrible plagues those itching pestering lSeS of the skin Put end to misery ment cures At any drug storet Dr Weavers Treatment Syruppnriftee the blood Cerate healiakin eruption Get the HENDERRON ROUTE Habit on your trip tolST LOUISeRoundtrip Rates From Louis yule on Account of the Worlds Fair Season Tickets Woo Sold Daily ItDecember 15 1901ISixty Day Daily COl111l1encin it days Ton Day Tickets 100u Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Lim itW days including lute of sale Special Coach Excns 700 Dates Sale to be announced later Limit 6 days including late saleCoach ofI Excursion Tickets are good in Sleepers neither will they be good for the checking of Bag ngeIIFOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IF YOUR TICKET THE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTEY- OU CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIE- ASK US GEO L GAUIIETT Traveling Pnssr E M WOMACK City Pasur AJttI L J InWIN General Passr Agt LOUISVILLE KY Or CudyB Condition 1ouucrB artIjust what a horse needs when in bud condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 teats per package For sale by J W Gayle an LeCompte Gay wdo SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS I 110 00 for suits worth X12 00- It 00 for suits worth is 00 10 00 for suits worth 20 00 Silks Unusvally attractive in stylI and prier MARRIED GANIESMETTS the resi dence of the brides father Mr Quincy Metts of Forks of ElkhornrMonday evening May Gaines and Miss Irene Metts were married by Rev B P Roach pastor of North Fork Baptist ChurchMr is a prominent upto young farmer and is highly re arded by everybody His bride is of the finest of Franklin countys noted flue girls The wedding was one of the loveliest events the week and immediately after ceremony they left on a wed ding trip We tender to our friend and brother our hearty congratulations his good fortune in winning charming a bride and to the ear little lady upon securing such- a noble specimen of Kentucky manhood for a husband May heavens blessing crown their path May they live a long and useful life sawed union divinely given A faithful husband and a loving wife SESSIONSB OWMAR An apISessions of Woodville Miss and VersaillesThe happy event is set down for Wednesday June 8 and will be solemnized in Woodville Mr Sessions is a popular and up todate young business man Dims Bowmar is a cousin of Mrs J B Lewis and is a daughter of Charlotte Bowmar and the lateMr8I Jos M Bowmar of is a handsome cultivated and young lady Our hearty congratulations are extended PRATHERFULTONMr Gee Fulton of Anchorage announces tho engagement of his daughter Maynette to Dr Sidney Scott wedIage Presbyterian church on the evening of Juno 15th at eight oclock Roc James H Taylor pastor of the church officiating Miss Annette Walcutt of FrankIfort will be maid of Mi James R Bullock of Louisville will be best man lho brides maids will be Misses Annie Loe Lumkin of Owensboro Verona EceliuaIBedhlgdrgroomsmen Divests Win G Polk Neville S Bullitr Leonard Hulett and Dr T K Van Zand- tBOVDENMARTINMr and timeDMary Frances Fannie to Rev 1VinItSOl take place at the brides residence on June 1- 5MoDON A LDDE AN In thisc- ity on Wednesday Mr James McDonald and Miss Nettle Doan were married by Rev George Dar sic of the Christian Churc- hPEARCEBRANCHIn Louis IVarneldwere married i UNDERWEA- RSS for YIb worth 10 icits 12V cents for vests worth 1Iut21 cents for vests worth 20 cents an cents for vests worth 10 cents Embroideries Remarkable Values and Styles Stomach Troublescured IIIJYJPEFJIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hilliard cured by Kodol J i Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected the use of his heart Kodol KODOL r1l pataMbtlfeaiat For sale by J W Gayle druggist THIS IS Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100YEAR REVENGE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues publishedSendmail COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY youIROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY 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Attire Tho Knights Templar of Kentucky commenced to arrive in this cit on Tuesday afternoon preparatory to the of the Fiftyseventh iAnnual Conclave r As a prelude to the occason from 7 oclock until 11 p m Rt Emi nent Grand Commander George A Lewis and wife received the Knights at their home on Second street some four hundred Knights and ladies being present From 8 until 11 p m Rt Emi nent Past Grand Commander Frank H Johnson and wife entertained at their home on Shelby street A large and happy crowd were pres ent to do honor to the occasion By the time for the formation of the parade on Wednesday morn ing there were some five hundred Knights on hand beside their fair wives and daughters Owing to the delay in the arrival of several trains the commence ment of the grand march was de laved for about an hour The several Commanderies were duly assigned to positions on Fourth Avenue Third Avenue Second and Conway streets under the com mand of Grand Captain General Jno W Landrum of Mayfleld assisted by Sir Knights W S De honey as Grand Marshal and S W Bager and Gilbert H Mastln Assistants Amid sweet strains of martial music eminating from eight splendid bands with dancing and waving banners the procession moved over the assigned course at the First Bap tist church where the ritualistic services were conducted by Past Grand Commander J M Worrall D D and the annual sermon preached in the presence of a audience packing the big 4 church from pulpit to the seat In the Sundayschool room and bal by Rev T T Eaton D D ofLouisvilleA of trained voices in the meantime rendered a rum ber of beautiful selections of ap propriate music At the conclusion of the sermon which was an able and scholarly ontO Gov J C W Beckham a member of Marion Commandery No 24 on behalf of Frankfort Commandery No4 delivered a short and appropriate extempore address of welcome R E Grand Commander Lewis made the following responset on behalf of the Wand Command cry Sir Knight Beokham Fratres of Frankfort Commandery Ladies and Gentlemen- Owing to the extreme modesty of some of the Grand Officers I find myself in the anomalous position of having to respond to an address of welcome delivered on behalf of my own city my own Command ery and my friends but as the representative of the Grand r Commandory I am just as grateful for your generous greeting extended to these my fra tres as though I came to you from the most remote section of the StateYour reputation for hospitality is not confined by your encircling hills but is a household word throughout this broad land and we are here to enjoy it to the fullest extent It is an unusual honor for us to be greeted by the Chief Executive of our State and we appreciate the compliment you bestow in having your welcome come from such high authorityYours is not a city set upon a hill yet it is seen of all men Kentucky and is the Mecca to wards which the politician sets his face even while yet in a state of incubation And if in time his hopes are crowned with fruition and he arrives among you as the representative of an admiring con stituency loath to leave for you have a way of weaving a magic l 11 tjt tita j ril i GripsGrim Grasp Caused IHeart Diseasei Lie On Left SideIDrMilesHeart Cure andf Nervine Cured Me Mrs II R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from lildredge the same statelas follows It iwith the pleasure that I ommend Dr Dales Nervine and Heart Cure I only wish that could tell every sufferer how much Rood they have done me Last winter 1 had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very badJ1 could not lie down smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling ofoppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on my left side for a long time I your Heart Cure and took three bottles Jot no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so rem edies that had rot clear out of heart of ting anything that would help me The nerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried RestorIative Nervine I felt better after few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad spell about those who are sent up to you holding some in the sacred precincts of your hearts and homes and others in the confines of your penitentiary The first would not leave you if they could the second could not if they would A distinguished citizen of a dis tant county was once chosen to fill an important office here and near the close of his term was called upon by friends from his homo county After doing the polite and capitalrefresh the inner man Ono of the visitors raising the glass said to the State official Here is to your good health may you live in the ItbereIlmainwhich you are held it is not sur prising that we have selected this the gem of the valley as the most appropriate point for the Fifty seventh Annual Conclave of this noble organization in Kentucky and have come down upon you from the Mountains the Foothills the Blue Grass the Pennyrile and the Purchase a veritable Army of OccupationYet not as a conquering band JReadyAs told in ancient story When Knights of old And warriors bold Struck hard for God and glory But with loyal hand held forth In friendships hearty greeting We pledge ourselves to prove our worth Throughout this happy meeting When bright eyes glisten When true hearts listen And golden hours are fleeting Nearly eight hundred years ago our ancient Companions banded themselves together for the purpose of protecting weary pilgrims on way holy shrine fighting under a banner which indicated they were fair to the friends the Immaculate One but terri ble to His enemies We come to you today marching under that same banner pledged to protect the innocent the destitute the helpless and uphold that religion which teaches peace on earth good will to men In this warfare we have enlisted the best citizens of every community and to you citizens of Frankfort I commend these their representativesIn history of Ken tucky yours is a proud record At the dawn of the last century when the Grand Lodge of Kentucky first oanriH into being it was you who furnished us with our first Grand Master in the person of William Murray an able lawyer of your town Ho was followed by Col John Allen who fall at tho battle of River Raisin Robert Johnson Henry Wingate and Philip Swigert To the Grand Chapter you gave three Grand High Priests nod to the Grand Council seven Grand Masters Tho latter position being now honorably filled by that sterling citizen and knightly gentleman our own Guy Barrett Fiftyseven years ago when the Grand Com- mandery of Kentucky was organized we again turned to you for a loader and you gave us that courtly chivalric Christian Henry Wingato as our First Grand Com mandor Then later on it was the lovable Jake Swigort tho hand some SatTell and the knightly Pruett we delighted to honor These were all honored and re t11ii tJ1ton 7 spcotod citizens of your coimmin iity Having cradled us in the early years of our existence und given us of your host manhood why should wo not return to lU in tho hour of your triumph wlil1n you hose won the fight of a century und had your title confirmed to that winch was yours by right of gift and possession to rejoice with and hail you as the capital cityof our beloved Commonwealth for all time to come At the conclusion of the proceed ings at tho church the gill I body marched to tho House of Repre sentatives in tho State Capitol whore tho private business of the Conclave was entered upon Our little city was profusely dec orated with flags bunting and other Masonic banners so that she appeared a thing of beauty and a joy forever Tho different Commnnderies paraded tho streets which wore filled with a vast and admiring crowd of happy people At 8530 p m Louisville Com imndery No gave an exhibition drill on Broadway street which was witnessed by thousands of citizens It was a very fine exhi buingIlibeltlIFrom 3 to 5 oclock p m of Wednesday Maysville Coin nmancl cry No 10 and Goer de Leon No 20 of Paris held beautiful receptions the one in the hall room and the other in the parlors of the Capital hotel They were largely attended and much enjoyed At 7 oclock p m a formal din ner was served to the Grand Offi cers by Frankfort Commandery No4 in their banquet hall in Ma sonic Temple That Commandery which was the general headquar tore for tho registration of Sir Knights kept open house from 3 p m of Tuesday and every visitor was cordially welcomed and made to feel at hume At 780 Louisville Commandery No held a large attended and delightful reception on the spacious grounds of Mrs W T Scott corner of Wilkinson and Main streets That historic mansion and the were beautifully decorated und illuminated with Chinese lan ternsVersailles Commandery held a reception ot their headquarters in Music Hall Odd Fellows Temple from 9 to 11 oclock which was thronged with happy Knights girls and their friends At the same hours Owensboro Commandery entertained in the room of the Capital hotel was thronged with a bril assembly Dancing was a special feature and was kept up until far into the small hours On Thursday the Grand Com mandery resumed its sessions for business in the House of Repre sentatives where the following officers were chosen to serve for time ensuing wear Robert R Burnam of Richmond Right Eminent Grand Commander John W Landrum of Mayfield Very Eminent Deputy Grand Com manderThos A Keith of Maysville Grand Generalissimo Wm R Johnston of Lebanon Eminent Grand Captain General Robert S Moses of Louisville Eminent Grand Senior Warden Joseph H Ewalt of Bourbon County Eminent Grand Junior Warden John G Cramer of Lexington Eminent Grand Prelate David P Robb of Versailles Eminent Grand Treasurer Alfred H Bryant of Covington Eminent Grand Recorder William Yeoman of Versailles Eminent Grand Standard Bearer Lee D of Owensboro Emi nent Grand Sword Bearer Thomas P Satterwhite of Louis ville Eminent Grand Warder Mason P Brown of Frankfort Eminent Grand Captain of the a spirited contest Richmond was chosen as the place for the 68th Grand Conclave in May 1905 From 4 to 6 oclock p m Richmond Commandery kept open house at the Capital hotel Right well did they do their part Thursday afternoon a large num ber of visitors were given a reception by the proprietors of the O F C distillery special oars conveying the guests to that Every courtesy was shown the assemblyAt p m the Grand Commandory wound up its business by a public installation of the newly elected officers at time Capital Opera House The festivities were concluded by a grand ball given by Frankfort CapitalHotelfrom 9 oclock until daylight There was as fine a crowd of pretty Kentucky girls anti matrons and good boys as ever was seen in that classic ball room Time crowd was so douse that it was with great difficulty that the dancers could find space for that purpose but later on the crowd thinned out This was by all odds the most successful Conclave ever held by the Knights Templar of time State The old town did herself proud as the old girl always does when the occasion arises Her guests were cordially and hospitably re oeived land made to feel that the best to be hud was none too good for them t i tr J t Tltq Kind You Iiavo Always Bought mul which JutS becn- in use for over 30 years has borno the signature of IsonalAll Counterfeits Imitations and a Justasgood tire tuttIExperiments tlmt trifle with and endanger ik LxpcritncutAInfants and Children Experience against 5 l rA What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil pareigoric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishiiess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS of z172T The Kind You Have Always OUghtJIn Use For Over 3O Years new f OUR PROTECTIONc IS YOUR GAIN Do you believe we can afford to do you an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or soil you a vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased we would be taking an enormous l we not fulfill everytpromise made in these columns WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in new work or or repairing and we are will ing to allow our work to advertise us YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable and we guarantee our work We are building a nice line of our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full line of the best uptodate eastern work on the market If you need anything in our line phone or write us and our representative who is In Frankfortevery week will call to see you- SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas J i1 HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE t = 1Regular Style Staya la In or 6 In part Special Hottorte red Cattle StyleIStays In or 610apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is galvanizedIlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fete your fields so they will stay fence FRANK G STAGG IJ SPECIAL AGENT I I r I I NEXT WEEK I SILK SIT I liT WAIST SUITS and SILK WRAPSIat- Special Reduced Prices I New Stocks H In Cash Prizes will be given away to per nearest the total paid at Fair St Louis Mo You secure ONE and THE 52 times a year 50 cents 50 to this DO IT ADMIRAL DEWEY AND GEN ERAL MILES TALK The annual meeting of the General Court of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America was held in the Governors Ro of the City Hall in New F day on the 297th anniversary of the settlement of Jamestown Governor General Colonel Ralph Earl Prime presided Admiral George Dewey eloted Governor General At t dinner Governor Robert B Roof velt of the State Society presided In a brief address Admiral Dewey said in part I dont know as we have any better navy than we had before but we have better tools than we had a few years ago Of course t newspapers will say we have n but take my word for it WI the best ships and the best And the hest men in the world As to the enlisted especially we are getting the of the world and with such ready and eager to fight the nations are going to let us And in a few years to come the American people are going to ha the very best navy in the world not for aggression but to protect our rights S General Miles speaking in praise of the Amerian soldier said It has been my privilege to most of the armies of the world J have studied the armies of Jap And China and the soldiers of Rus sia The in the East day of tho soldiers of the Mikado due to their wonderful skill the f faithful performance of duties and their remarakble enterprise J The Russian soldier is eouragoo in saying his prayers before goi- t into battle and the same thing may be said or the soldiers of the Sultan and I have found that on battlefield its the fighting and the praying that wins Of all the armies of the world seems to differ in that the men serving for a principle 0 SPOMI to feel that they a ereign and every womans a sup o rior of a sovereign DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDER ACY members of the Joseph H Chapter U DO are requested to assemble in called meet ing at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel Saturday May 28 at 3 p m Business of importance Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Succeiaf nl treatment for blood and akin diseases L WHITE MADRAS Value 15c for lOc Neat effects Value for lOc GENUINJ SCOTCH GINGHAMS Regular 50c quality 20c Some Specials in DRESS GOODS FARMER 75000sons guessing aggregate attendance the Worlds DO KNOW can GUESS WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD for Send cents Paper NOW York haveI oreRmI success their fithfl 1ours repulie 11he FIGUREDP 15c w YOU = ADVERTISED LETTERS following is the list of ad IThe letters for the week end 21 IDOl Allison William urnDoan Mrs Susie EclwinriGoudy Mrs Mary Graves Mrs Tandy Grimes Bill- Lampkins Rev W McDonnel Wiley TheAlfredloPointer Dan Renaker James Smoot W F Sprague Miss Della Stephenson L F Tracy Harvey Truell Miss Sarah heWatson M NolieIWhen calling for these letters please say advertised E M DRANE P M FRANKFORT COMMANDERY ALL HAIL We desire to express the feelin of the whole people of this goo little Jrethat Frankfort is proud of you belongto SHVLOCH sttswanted a pound of human flesh There are man tioscent e sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh end they can get ittakeI Scotts Emulsion h = flesnIt feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been th great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces freeHSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OB4I5 Pearl Street New York sec Lad ftoo all druggiiU s IJIJfW 1 y t New Effects HOSE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR STOCKS BELTS s GOING TO St TLi USE TH- EHenderson Route THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KEN AX TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT ray Pass At 1l T U C K I S L J Gen IRWINI LOUISVILLE KY r lIA FESTIVALCINCINNATI 1114TH loot theFrnnkfortfromFrankfortDATES OF SALEMay 1114th inclusive lootS31td LOST fromdon street at this office and be re warded it A CURE FOR PILES II saysGconsulted a physician who advised WltohHazeland was entirely oared It is splendid purrf giving relief in reoommendit itshealing = outsySoldhyDR E ROEMELEDEUTSCHER ARZT Office and residence above WEITZEL ODONNELL 803 Main St Old 184 New 136 Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the million Fruit and Grapevineseand everything for Orchard Lawn Strawberryplication to F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 12Sm j ii i t Jw iaO1 1 CARPETS TAPES Lengths Beautiful Patterns onehalf MATTINGS variety Imported RUGS Shirt Waists I l fa if 1 r l i a4It1 Itff mlt or 10 eI i ftr 1Ij V l IYr Ii 1C 4 Saff ellsN L r Our New Have ArrivedCall and them Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Brand a WfNew York Full Imported Sweitzer p Rocquefurt and Imperial CheesesI k Rudolph Fine Candies v Wl MVir WWhiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds ltt Red Jacket I CiderS M ROGERS 5kbaWarnic1ceElastic and Desk combined- A Desk Unit with few or many Book Unite as desired The only perfect combination desk and ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show you poealbilities us about it TR in Short At about price In great direct Goods see Horse Cream Bauer THE Equitable Life Insurance SocietyO- F THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY Ilr i u t llIl t There9s Mores Ina i Nickel r4than just good matches when its spent for tb GIlT MATCHEvery box of these famous matches contains a coupon of realvalue to the holder You not only get the surest lightingand most perfect burning of all matches but something to show for your money after the matches are consumed Get Search Light Matches at your grocers and Save the Coupons THE DIAMOND MATCH CO JACKSONVILLE Farm work is progressing fairly well Corn planting over and prep aration for tobacco is the next item on the program The high prices of the past few weeks have caused the people to renew their labors and try and raise a large cropHealth moderately fair Not many on sick list Among the followingMrs sorry to report on the sick list Mrs Taylor Terhune who has BrightsforpresentMr Moore who has been on the sick list for some time is improved a littler Among the happenings are the following IMr Pierce Stivers and his Mrs Lige Hopper were on their way home from Frankfort Monday evening when the young man got out of the buggy to wall up a hill When he went to get ii again the horse for some cause awayMrsr son got out of the buggy but re ceived some painful but not serious injuries The horse ran some deImolisbedlowing Mr eU Poole wife and daugh ter of Ballardsville were the of Mr Henry Skelton andfamily Saturday and Sunday Mr Murrell Moore and Mr Loon ard Moore visited friends in Washington county the past week Mrs Margaret Jones of Ballards ville is the guest of her daughter Mrs W B Moore Several from this county attended the Conclave at Frankfort Wednes dayWe learn that Mr Taylor Ter hune who has been temporarily located here for some time hasI renrlBridJteportpermanently locate Air W B Moore wife and son were the guests of their son Mr Luther near Midway Saturday Sunday and Monday last Weep not Merrill if the loved one goes to parts unknown Seek con solution for your troubled heart elsewhere We would suggest you take your guitar and wand t to other fields of labor I appeal to some one for a solu tion of this item The writer found in a disused stove pipe a birds nust completely made of nails in perfectionWhoder at the ingenuity and Mold y work of man but where Is the con struotion of mau that can beat this Mr J H Miles is the mull carI roliHe is always here on time with a ploddintheJohn Mr J W Moore wife and two h daughters of South Louisville are the guests of his parents Mr W I J Jt ji IltiIio B and Mrs Bettie Moore th week Mr J W Moore is an el 1E ploye of the L k N R R CLOSE OBSERVER Black Dress Goods Sale 1e TuesdayF 8r J HEENEY LAST DAY FOR RECEIVING Wednesday next May 25th is the last day upon which Mr H G Davis wll receive wool at the L N depot Dont forget it yo having wool for sale A Beautiful Piece of Work Mr B A Smith of Louie ville has on exhibition in the corner window at Howard John plastekVital Building It presents a handsome appearance and is a havItoe on a o f 18 of an inch t the foot The jwork has been viewed by many of our citizens and all are de lightedwith its appearance Step around and take a look at it while it is on exhibition and you will be well repaid for your trouble DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE Its shameful when youth fails t show proper rOMpot for old ngJmt DrIIoff maladies no matter how severe i irrespective of old ago Dye pepsia Jaundice Foyer Conslipa 11mIII DO JT TODAY injunctionn t you can do today is now gen Der0 vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strut ling for several days perhaps weeks lake some reliable remedy for it todayand lot that remedy be Dr Boschoos German Syrup which bus boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold and its continuo use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked you novelrY as in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trialSbottles 25c regular size 75o all drugigsts lyr k t wJ iIlft5 iiI l SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLooisville Lines xtTIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 am pm pm 700Ar985ULexington 1045 710 1020 725Georgetown No4 No2 No6 am pm am 110Ar100IILawrencebnrg 643 541 820 1040rAll trains run solid between Louisville and trains 5 and 6 Through Obser HarrodsburgTrain leaving Louisville 745 a m for the throughRleeplngand MorrlHtown Teen airIngLexingtonBetween LouisStNo4 No2 Lv Louisville e m 1000 p mIISt aLoofa m m No 8 No1 pArm m Huntingburg 255 pm 425 am- 645pmLouisville lap a m No No Lv Louisville 600 pm 850 am 1145atm Jf tNo0 NoJlS pArAr Louisville 1169 a m 645 p m betweLouisviller LoutifleTrains Nos and Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars be Night dins between Louisville and St Louis carry I jlinim Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet apptoHR Spencer S H Hard wick GB Alien O PA FREE TRIAL IIENSshowing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on ro quest Confidential correspondence specially with physicians cited Write today for our free boo which gives our references term etc MANHATTAN THERAPEUTIC ASSN B 1185 Broadwa porC4STORJA ignature ofI A IL4 k1 JtK wp Vdv r New PastTO Trainj Colorado UTAH AN HE PACIFIC COAST in offrefr Sunday May The now trains will leave St Louis a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p in deny Double dally service Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address MATTHEWSTray Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo AshevilleN C OENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky thelowestseaSituatedtion of the temperate zone The official government rotor of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following a FSummer5348 degrees F Winter H887 de green F With a mean for th whole year of 5415 degrees F an- a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human ills find quick relief REACHED ONLY BY THE Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort 0 folder etc send two cent stamp to JAssailantSt Louis Mo C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky MDNDN ROUTE rnuiwus BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND A VAST NORTHWEST r1BfTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor CarsePalace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A n Cor 4th and Market 8t x LouUil Fog SflliEA very desirable twostory BRICK in RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentuck Avenue West Side Bellepoint Wi sold very cheap for cash or its equivalent Apply at this office 4tf Illinois Central at A eventh F River Louisville 104km 102Sp mW 122Letm For Fulton Paducah and intermouiate ElizabethtawnHodgcnvillaand Sunday service to and Hodgcn ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No 480 p m Arrives 965 a Far Central City Connecting service toB SiSundaysTr Daily 110 lJIi fiijp = IA OUNlEMB l Illinois Central R II I1lIlnCJro HAVANA Yin Illinois IIII1a K lo Now tI iPlltjUtHiivanu nvc Chioajro and Cin innnti Friday inornintr Icnvo St Louis and Louisville Friday noon untie New Orlr ans Saturday 1000 111I J in r Houndtrip 1111 o no way through tickets at ntMisually low rates1ree Illinois Cinlral n R JllgI1O CEAN STEAMSHIPS FRO1IQNEW ORLEANS Ocean stoamshij sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely sot forth in a special folder issued by SendforMEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for the Mardl Grits also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via tho Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finestIPullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Exoursars through to Los Angeles nnd Francisco as follows Via New Routedsevery Tuesday from Cincinnati overyJNEW ORLEANS thed ww l now service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping oars car service and all meals en route in illustratedbook GULFPORT MISS atGulfportGu f Coast has 250 rooms single or bathSteamtelephoneInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carr ing sleepingIbuffetlibrary cars with a lo on same train en route at Memphis into through forillustratedport and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser bookdescribinghealth and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS canbetral or by the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central tI F W HARLOW D P A IJouisvilleIJ MoDOUGALL iNewAHHANSONGPAIChicagoJNOMemphis LUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Lexington Co- J Traction i 4 Cars leave Lexington for Parisshour from 0 a m to 7 p m ovaryhour10 p m Single faro 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every from 7 a in to p m except a m pm 8 and 10 p hourfrom12 noun 7 and 9 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf IIGREAT OFFERtWo are enabled w ducements to subscribers to thefRoundabout In connection the Louisville Evening Post Look j this Websters Unabridged Dic 800Jhn8001Roundabout Total 1200 All for IOU This price is loss than tho public aloneTho theStateC4STORJAthe 9 J Bought GGI i I 0111I i I I RELIGI0USI tTFIHSr BAPTIST CHURCH Rev R Adams tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and p in Morning subject The Work of tuefSundayschool at 045 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union chapelLeaderTopic II How Christ Transforms Lives Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 in the IJ chapel Normal Class will meet at 815 Prof J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and overyobdy in the city cordially invited to attend iASOENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn roe tort Sunday May 22 1904 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a in Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 730 p in Evening Prayer in the l chapelFriday 780 p m Meeting of the Parish Bible Class- Everybody cordially invited CHRISTIAN CHURCHRevGeorge Darsie tho pastor will preach at a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 980 in the chapel l Christian Endeavor Society meets at chapelLeader Topic False and True Ambi tion Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock Topic Seeking the Lost Three Parables The Junior Endeavor Society will moot in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CH URCHRov Wm Crowe tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 580 p IssmPrayer nteoting Wednesday night at 780 p m sEverybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a ui Vespers 7JiO p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Roy J McClusky Blayney D D tho pastor will mIYoung Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 645 p m 4All tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday IIIfth- tnt730plII The public cordially invited toI attend METHODIST CHURCH R n v C J Nugent tho pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Epworth League will meet in LadleR Parlor at 780 p in Prayermooting Wednesday night ut 73O oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M C Athere will bo meet ings at the Y M O A on Sunday afternoon for boys at 280 and men at 3BOI1 All boys and men are iuvKod Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrlflefl the blood Cerate ointment for the ikln r u u CommencingAND FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS WE cxtrnnrdinniybargains and everything thats now in Dress Goods Silks Dry Goods Notions and Ready to = Wear Garments r YouCanPin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E m nulling DO GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kontmky Their main source is the liver nud all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State cruld not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone ill sheets it pro duces You cant have good spirits und a bad liver at the saute time Your liver must bo in flue condi tion if you would fool buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You eon put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flower tho greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It has boon a favorite housohold remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply ofI good spirits Trial size jr c regular bottles Too At all druggists lyr i MM ji MM ALL r r BEDBUGS iIE DOOMED OFTEN DIFFF l Tcult to tell how bells W bugs arrive at many places whore they are found for IEOtHl tho most carefulis apt sooner or later to discover thesetroublesome in her WMiceIbo used This s p le n did Mpreparation searches o u t r every spot where butrs lurk or deposit their eggs Posi Mtively liostroyes tho latter Mand puts the hugs on the MIlln or kills them on the Mspot The most el1 preparation on the lUlU 1Mt ever you can have M M your money back Largo Mbottle with brush25CTS- I Tao Gayle nru I ln 3toios W hi Vk ESCAPED Women and Men From the Crutch M of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger AREHAPPrTISM LIVER AND DISEASE BY KONEYI DENNS SURE SAFE AN SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High GrocerWBroadRev anMaynard AvRevWe could fill a large newspaper wit DennsSuretry a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and yo lielpitGAYLES Store Drug II FOR RERPESENTATJVE We are authorized to announce Hon h FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28to FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce WILEY c MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec Wtf COUNTY CLERK Wo lire authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary uJte CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authoried to announce Judge J DAN MORE as a cnn li late for jailer of Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19to FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can d ida to for the otlloo of Representa tivo from Franklin county in tho next Legislature subject to the action of tho Democratic patty USte If genuineLaxativethe remedy that cur =a cold Jn one day CLIMATIC CURES Iho influence of climatic con nlllptionipoor putl nt and tho rich potion Inn city do muoli bettor at homo b t proper attention to food digestion Syruphris made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening coughcand debilitating night sweat less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of till consumptive cut taldugGtHmlinlady Should you be able to go to a wanner clime you will find that of the thon5aulsof consumptives three tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size Toe At all druggists yr Monday Lb May23d r Weitzel l ODonnell = Uu i WILMAJI A W I The Yeoman Carriage Go f Formerly the Seller Carriage COM so Well and Favor CountyIRIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard iJtrvlceihonest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise we conld bestow upon them You can easily satisfy jyourself that this is so and that yon will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail dlhe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 we shall tally maintain in the andtoeral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they f JSalso J npared predYEOMAN McI EEAOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 I IBESTeRJCES JMtEJ These are the three rules which title this store in perfecttany you an not right wo ask you to tell us of It JOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky A Physician Cures His Wife O- fCONSUMPTION Ono of tho lending physieiuns of the State of Kentucky writes under the date of October 20 1008 of the remarkable cure which the Dr Stevens East India Consumption Cure made for his wife DH SlEENSNOYES yourRemedydid all I could for her tutu also hud four of my best brother physi clans called in to attend her They pronounced her case Consumption and hopeless Her lungs were badly diseased and largo abscesses wore fast destroying what remained of them At this time she was so weak that she could hardly speak above a whisper She also suffered parttotried everything that I could think of or my friends recommend but my efforts were till in vain Tho Dr Stevens East India Con to1uuu1 menced tho use of your Remedy following the rules explicitly It is deoldedlwprutbettor health than silo has had since childhood The fact that she has recently passed a rigid examination for life insurance add emphasis to stutuuwuto am a practicing physician and have nevor been an ad DrSttlunsand curative qualities made known in every reasonable way Tho fact that it has restored my wife to her former health unit saved her to her family after fourteen yours of suspense and sickness causes me to teal that it is a duty which owe to other sufferers to snake this acknowl edgement of tho wonderful euro which this Remedy made in my wifes ase mayfoolquirt regarding your treatment for Consumption etc munthThurlcuThirty yours of crucial toss cud over ono hundred thousand grateful patients prove idpositivo value in diseases of the lungs eatarrh asthma nervous diseases etc DR STEVENSNOYES Proprs Rochester N Y 1For tl Remedy and full information symptom blanks etc apply to DK J S GOODRICH Ringold BuildiiiK Frankfort Kentucky Consultation absolutely trueAll examinations also free to patients wing tho above remedy lit J i i 50000010 I Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEE theLionHeadshave always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums willmakeTWO GREAT CONTESTS Totalote1 4 000000 on the two and to make Jt still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give a I Wand First Prize of bUUUUU Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST LoutsWorldsCompanysgive first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize J26OOOO1 Second Prizo 1000002 Prizes S60OOO each 100000 lOOOOO1O1000006O260 Prizes 1000 2600001800 Prizes 600 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S20 OOOOO 4279 PRIZES 4279to In addition to giva to In COFFcE making grand of 5000000 IN EVERY COFFEEiOHIOITHE OUT In aocordnneo with previous nrrangfinents thu T E M Mill lug Co shut down their big mill on Thursday So soon as tho flour etc around up can ho out of the way the will b dismantled and the machinery carried to Lexington Some thirty employmentto our merchants Thats the enterprise and go manufactories DONE Frankfort Lodge Xo 580 B P bykeepingbrethren of the Knights ospeclallyiof Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock These jolly good fellows know to do the right thing frARUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an ugly cut on log of B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and ThenBucklensIts just as good for Burns Scalds atI to the one who is nearest correct on both contests and thus your estimates have two opportunities winning a big cash prizeI STAMPING GitOUND Saturday damage complaint destruction somewhat planters through morning Frankfort Wednesday Printed blanks on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment that your timate recorded PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST votesforelection 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Cps office Toledo O on Nov we will give first prize the nearest correct second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows First Prize S260OOO Second Prize 1000002 Prizes S6OOOO each 1000006 Prizes 20000 1000001O Prizes 10000 10000020 Prizes 6000 10000060 Prizes 2000 lOOOOO Prizes 1000 2600001800 Prizes 600 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2O00000 Distributed the aggregating 84500000 which we shall 5000 Grocers Clerks see particulars LION casts a total COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS PACKAGE OF night plant GRACEFULLY Templnr reception how the J Mr F Turner has gone to In looatingtheltlMr J W Palmer who is the 10Iforowas good grade Capt Sinclair of Ghent weekt118SallieTho frost of night was rely light and no was therrnomoterdropped thotouaccolowly There is some also of by some insect not yet known what This will make setting later than usual Corn are about plnntt3rshave ptistpastorcomfortablyfixed auspicestgreeted him both and goodBoundQuite a number of our citizens went to to ofKnights to1 vote The 2 cent to you es is 5190 restimate 1 1 260 Public FIRES Johnson were much pleased with the affair shearingtheirprices for their wool UNO u Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Ceratoforeklncmptl- oosA11ENI10N VISITORS TO WORLDS FAn Those who intend to visit the Worlds Fair in tho near future lineIformatbn in regard to a good lout tiou for stopping during their visit He cnn place you in one of tho most pleasant places in that city FROM HOT TO COLD Dyson tory Is prevalent every where in summer and is due to mi asmatic poisons and begins ab ruptly with inflammation of the mucous lining of tho large bowel In America the disease is common but properly treated does not result PorryDavisremedy and the most efficacious i the treatment of dysentery Neglected colds make fat grave yards Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age I OLD TAYLORj THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY r H TAYLOR JR I SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky r dtrt Pleasant to4ake i LBX atI J ve Syrup L1t fi NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ji Ask Your Doctorj iithenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and theirsalts are irritating to the intestines rTl t LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege bringaboutSick Headache Nervousness Tired Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etclrYour money will be any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE li WORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEI j Most In Quantity But In Quality For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies 60La SY Azz Da XT GGX etasPrepared by 41 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair C Broadway F Wbe man1eIsDeprQssQd 1 has frequent headaches a bad case ot nerveaJack of maladyItsDont toll to set today at your HERBINEand digestive LIver Kidneys feel organs to their normala new womnn after taking the Out bottleSO Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL WEITZEL Cor St Clair it Broadway LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY llLOCAL TIMETABLE R EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1008 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 No41No1Dully DailyNo 3Ex Bund Ex S- unsMix Ex Sand Dally MLoavo225I 745 aLexington 1010 sot825 928 5O850 Clay City 487 489 43An08 Torrgnt 62 747 847 8246lOHIO AND ENTUCKY RAILWAY No No Doily Dally III83DailyMIl Ex Sand Ex Bund Ex Bund Mts A M Lye P M Lye PMAr PMAr LJo925 280 O K Junction 8M lJOO IWilhurst 417 162 Hampton f80 1168 8 128 Leo 510 1222848I 122 Hclechawa 618 1228 n 106 Cannel City M5 124b tj Nos and 22 will make close connection at O k K Junction with Nos 8 and for A points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway t M L CONLEY Superintendenty lJ R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A