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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wr THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance terYOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 28 1904 NO 38 A EAHNTESCHRlsrIAN TO HIS REWARD On Saturday night last Dr Wil Hnm Avcrill after a long illness aped 70 years Dr Avorill was born in Louisville and lived there until ho was some ten or twelve years of ago when Ills parents moved to this county and lived on a farm near Farmdalo known as the Paxton place Ho was educated and graduated from the Kentucky Mil itary Institute when that institu tion was in its prime under Col R T P Allen After his graduation he located in this city and entered the drug store of the late Dr J M Mills Several years later he in conjunc tion with his lifelong friend Dr Ohas D Kearns now of Coving ton established a drug store in the building now occupied as a grocery by Mr J P Noonan on the corner of Main and Ann streets Still later the firm was dissolved and Dr Averill established the business house which still remains as a monument to his integrity and reliability as a man a citizen and pharmaristr married to Miss Jane Page daughter of the late Mr Thos S Page a sister of Mrs S C Bull and Misses Mary and Margaret Pageof this city Three children wore born to them Thos P Marvin D and Miss Rebecca Averill Some ten or twelve years since his wife died He was a devout and earnest Christian gentleman serving as a ruling elder in the Presbyterian church for many years He was n writer of considerable ability and a few years since compiled and published a history of the First Presbyterian Church of this city which is u valuable and authentic contribution to tho history of Christianity in this community Quiet unassuming dignified and earnest lie was a model of the host and most desirable character of citizenship His business motto was always to have tho best and purest goods carofully and scrupulously compounded and physicians always relied upon their prescriptions being filled just as called for by him And now at the end of a long and upright life he pusses to his reward lamented by a whole emu munity who know his worth and honored and revered him for his consistent living He is siirvivoil by hip two sons and daughter und a largo circle relatives and friends who ofI not as those without hope for loved ono had lived with to his responsibility to his Maker and Savior He simply rested his tired head upon his Saviors bosom and II foil on sleep Ho was one of the sweetest singers of Israel and his voice took on a sweeter and nobler strain as he joined the choir invisible around the great White throne The funeral services were conducted by his pastor Rev Dr JI MoC Blayney from the First PresI byterian Church on Monday afternoon at 8 oclock and was largely attended The interment was the family lot in our cemetery InI IS GOLF CATCHING On to popular favor It seems to be A noticeable increase in sales of Painkiller comes from golf dis tricts The reason for this Is clear as Perry Davis Painkiller is the oldest and best remedy extant for sprains strains bruises and soreness all of which are of common occurrence either in vigorous play or through accident Everywhere tho standard liniment and INEW COAL balmI The Norman Cool and Coke Com pany composed of Maj L C Nor man sr L C Norman jr and C D Norman lots loaned the Staton property on Holmes oldI and will at once open a coal where time product of the mines now owned by the company in Leo county will be sold TUESDAY MORNINGS BLAZE ITl1ft before 9 oclock on Tuesday an alarm from box 16 called the boys to tho residence of Mr Win Cromwell South Shelby street where a blaze had started in the bath room It seems that Mrs Jromwoll was running an incubator and by some means it caught tire and also set fire to the wainscoting of time room damaging the whole to some 50 Mrs Cromwell was in her garden and saw the smoke pouring out from tho window of the room and guru tho alarm FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dopt B 1185 Broadway Now York City LAIRD SCHOBER 9 O- SOXFORDS We have received the full spring line of these cele brated OXFORDS We have them in Patent Leather the new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cos shoes are the finest made RIK McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY ECHOES FROM THE CON IClu VE extracts taken from Knights Templar who attended the annual conclave of the Grand Commandery in this city last week show how much our visitors enjoyed them selvesFrom HendersonWe all had 11I good time and look forward to corn happydayFrom OwensboroI have not fully recovered from the effects of tho strenous life we led in Frankfort last week and I want to say that as far as the members of tho Owensboro Commandery are con cerned we are ready to vote for Frankfort as a permanent place to hold the annual conclave Our boys all had a good time and came back Intact From Paducah Would you kindly advise me who was principally in strumental in securing such fine results in the entertainment of tho Grand Commandery this week It is our humble ambition to invite the Grand Commandery to hold its annual conclave with us in 1906 lam therefore anxious to corres pond with the members who took prepIgratulated on the smoothness with which everything passed off ACCIDENTALLY KILLED BY RAILROAD On Monday morning while the rain and wind storm was raging a C S 0 freight train coming to this city ran over and killed Mr Robert Ueltschi who lived at time old Leslie Collins place two miles sand a half west of this city on the L C N railroad It seems that Mr Ueltschi threw a heavy overcoat over his head and attempted to cross the track im mediately in front of the train in order to reach his barn in the hurry to attend to his cows just as the storm broke loose The train men as soon as they discovered him on the track did all they could to stop the train but with out avail as it was a very heavy one and it was close upon him dlscovcredIand his body badly mangled Coroner Graham was at once notified and held an inquest level oiling the facts given above Mr Ueltschi was a Swiss by birth but had been farming in this county for a number of years very successfully Ho had purchased the farm upon which he was residing and like all farmeis of his nationality was improving it right along every year He was an honorable and upright citizen scrupulous in all his deal hugs Ho leaves a wife and eight chil dren live sons and three daughters to mourn his sudden and awful death Pima funeral services were con ducted from the family residence on Tuesday afternoon at 8 oolook Rev Dr J McC Wiiynoy officiat ing after which tho remains were deposited in our cemetery- A sad feature connected with his awful tragedy was the taut that Mr Ueltsohis sister arrived in this country from Switzerland at 8 oclock p in on the day of her brothers death PRAISEIThere is hardly a mail that dors not bring a letter from some of tho Knights Templar speaking of perfectly splendid time they ha here and thanking those in charge for the delightful manner in which they were entertained from soar- to finishn WHEN THE SAP RISES Weak lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are Clangorous then Ono Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fonnor of Marion Ind says I sultored with a cough until I rundown in weight from 148 to 921bs I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful rem edy cured me entirely of tho cough strengthened my lungs and restored mo to my normal weight health and strength Sold by J W Gaylo IMPORTANT DECISION the Court of Appeals on Tuesday rendered a decision in the will suit of Henning c v Stevenson fee wherein was involved the dis tribution of the big estate of Mrs Fannie Honning Speed In the will Mrs Speed left 250000 to Mr Stevenson as trustee for the Methodist Episcopal Church for the founding and support of a college in this State of that church The propounders of the will wore upheld and the big sum awarded as directed in the will We see it stated in soma of papers that it is probable Wesleyan College at thntI would get the fund This entire mistake as Wesleyan College belongs to tho Southern Methodist Church while the bequest is to what is generally termed the Northern Methodist Church It is more likely that the college will be located at Barbourvllle or failing in that at Louisville THANKS We are In receipt of a copy of the Luflin Herald published at Luflin Texas sent to us by our oldtime friend and playmate Mr Robt L RussellWe in the columns of the paper that Mr Russell was elected First Lieutenant of Camp Ellis Post United Confederate Veterans He was a brave and gallant soldier of tho Lost Cause- CAUGHT BIG FISH A gentleman by the name of Crane caught a catfish on his trot WedInpcllIIt wits a darling and had to be shot before it could be landed LADIES AND CHILDREN Who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cath artic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find it necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and compare the agreeably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating and weakening conditions following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cure biliousness constipa tion siok headache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by J W Gayle BIG BUFFALO A young man caught a Buffalo perch just above the St Glair street bridge on Saturday on a trot line which weighed 42 pounds It was hard to loud BIG SALE OF RED CEDAR SHINGLES Messrs Hammond Co sold to the Commissioners of the Colored Stale Normal Schocl on Tuesday 75000 of their celebrated red cedar shingles Pretty good sale NICE COMPLIMENT Wo are glad to know that Miss Genevieve Posey daughter of Mr W H Pose who has been a pupil at the Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati met with an unusual honor at time recent closing exer cises She was selected as ono of those who should take part in the commencement exercises It is pupiliso a strong and beautiful voice Frank Frankforttevery NOT A SICK DAY SINCE I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble I tried all sorts of medicines none of which re tiered me One guy I saw an ad of your Electric Bitters and detei mined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved rind soon thereafter was entirely oared and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of urine 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 61fnl drugigsts t i j WHITE f GOODS Thousands of yards of the- Beautiful White Materials For Making Dresses Waists and Skirts 1- NMadras Cloth Mercerized Goods Etc We are giving SPECIAL at tention this season to the materials suitable f- orCommence rtementYou may hunt the city over and you will not find such values as we ore offering in French Nainsook Paris Muslins Wash Chiffons OrgandiesPersian Lawns India Linen Etc Also have a very large stock of Embroideries and Laces suitable for trimming Call and see our go- odsCKAGIN h BRO INo 4143 St CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE h RESIGNED HIS POSITION Mr Frank H Johnson who lias been traveling Auditor for the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Company in this city on Saturday resigned his position and will probably remove with his funnily to his old home in Louisville During their eight years residence in this city Mr Johnson and family have made very many friends who will regiet to see them leaosJthe Hermitage Distillery of Messrs W A Gaines Co closed down for tho season on Saturday 2 last There are but few distilleries now in operation and most if not all of them will run out by the end of the uiontn i TOUCHED Past Grand Commander B J Witt of Henderson was robbed Of his pocketbook containing a small sum of money when he went to the depot to leave for home on Fri day morning There was a great crowd present cud the lightfin gered gentleman saw his chance and took it oaS IrJI 0aX ABears 8gnaturo of III the Bought I IP PERSONAL LI Mr Ben Marshall Jr has gone to Cincinnati to reside Miss 1ruo Hunt Rodman is visit mig friends in St Louis Mo r Mr Jero South is visiting his pn ironts Air W T B South and wife Hun Lewis McQuown of Bow Sing Green was hero this wool J Mr Win Cromwell went to Cin i binnati on Tuusday morning Mr Claude Bolos and wife visited Cincinnati Monday tfinProf J M MoDaniel of Lexington was a visitor here this week f Mrs Jos R Newton visited rel tives in Nioholasville this week Mrs Rob Farmer visited rein tives in Cincinnati this week rJudgoJno n Carroll of Henry focount was here on Wednesday visitedFtMiss Belle Taylor is visiting Mrs Paul Burllugume in Jeffersonville Ind k Mrs Kennor Taylor and children are rvisiting her father in Handersou Hon Eli H Brown of Bardstown ttwisited relatives here this week t Mr J Swigerfc Tayor has Rone to Ohi- xago Ills on a business trip tMrs J E P Woodson of Trinidad Col is visiting relatives here Mr Harry Hall of Bnrdstown who y leas been the guest of his brother Mr ZEom A Hall has returned home Miss Eleanor Cannon of Midway is t the guest of her uncle Mr Qeo F Berry at Juniper Hill Dr O B Gayle wife and children of Falmouth were guests of relatives here this week their old home a Mrs W G Simpsonwho has been visit ling friends in Lexington has returned ihome Miss Llvette Dixon of Paris who has been visiting friends here has returned home Mr J J Barnes of Bowling Green MrIMr David Todd of Todds Point was called here Thursday by the Illness and 2 death of his brother Mr Sam D Todd Mrs D W Mahan and children of t Danville are guests of Mrs M B Adams Third street Judge J H Polsgrove who has been on a business trip to Bloomington Ills has returned home protraotedcounty Presbyterian Church Mrs Goo B Snlender and sister Miss Beatrice Ready are visiting relatives in Louisville Shelbyville4 Taliaferro Shelby street County Attorney Wilkes H Mor gan and Mr M L Chowning of JOawrenceburg were here Tuesday Mrs A Logan MoKee of Cin cinnati who has been visiting rel- ativest here has returned home Mayor Chas F Grainger of L was in the city thisIweek Miss MaryBdgar of Paris is the guest of Mrs Jas F Montgomery 7Shelby streetIDr 3 O Robinson and wife of Indiana wore guests of relatives here this week Judge 0 S Deming of lIt Olivet attended the G A Jt Con vention this week Mrs Walter Crady and Miss Lil lian Crady have gone to Buffalo i Larue county to visit relatives hrs Helen H McClure is visitj vinvjr sister Mrs Jas A ill vUii ytitlle ftrE H Black is visiting his rfiister Mrs Martha Wilkerson near the Forks of FlkhorlljMiss Christine Reynolds and Miss Westfeldt have returned from visit to Lexington Mrs W S Farmer loft Friday might for Hollins Va to visit herIr daughter Miss Alice Mr S E Hutton wife and daughter visited friends in Cin cinnati this week Mr D M aicHenry and daugh ter Miss Susie have gone toI French Lick Springs Ind Col Sam J Shackloford and wife returned Saturday from New York City f Mr D S Thomasson and air B S F Hookensmith were in Louisville Sunday Judge Roscoe CVanovor of Pike ville was in the city on Monday on business in the courts Mrs Thos Morris of Providence was the guest of her sister Mrs N TB Hays Third street this week airs Lindsay of Covington vis- itedf her niece Mrs R B Jillson Jr this week v air Chas J Clark of Louisville the architect was called hero by the death of his relative Dr W H AverillJudge T H Pay nter and wife spent Sunday in Louisville the guests of their daughter Mrs M JC Yonts r air tSffn A Nelson loft Tuesday tfor tho mountains to purchase tin ffaor for the big coopersliop of Messrs W A Gaines S Co Mr Hugh Gilbert and wife of Owonsboro wore guests of air James T Duvall during tho Grand Conclave f a Mr Will Waggoner left Wednes day for Norwood Ohio to visit his parents Mr A H Waggoner and wife Mrs Jno G Rogers who has peen visiting her sister Mrs C hGraham in Georgetown has returned homo Miss Bessie Brown who has been attending Baldwin Seminary at Staunton Va has returned homo for tho vacation Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox of Houston Texas was tho guest of her cousins Misses Todd Lake Park West Side this week Mrs Ann Mary Stephens of Celina Ohio who was called hereby the death of her father returned home Tuesday air Oscar Farmer of Louisville who was tho guest of his cousin Mr W S Farmer returned homo Friday night Miss Bernice Scottow of Louis ville visited her parents air W J Scottow and wife in this city SundayMrs Lewis of Versailles who has been tho guest of Mrs Jas F Montgomery returned home Tuesday air fno C Russell of Louis ville attended the funeral of his cousin Dr W H Averill on Mon day air Jas W Crutcher of Washington City formerly a resident of this city was in the city this week Mrs Howard Black has gone to Nashville Tenn to attend the funeral of her cousin Rev Jno O RustDr L ai Scott and wife of Jel lice Tenn who visited relatives here last week have returned Kate Tipton of lIt Ster ling who has been the guest of her sister Mrs E C ORoar returned home Sunday night Miss Genevieve Posey who has been attending the Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati has returned home Mr Jno W R Williams and family have moved to Louisville to reside and will be located at Crescent Hill Hon L Frank Johnson attended the commencement exercises of K M I at Lyndon his alma mater on Wednesday Hon Edward W Hines of Louis ville was in the city Wednesday- on business in the Court of Ap peals Capt John T Gunn of Lexing ton attended the Grand Army Con vention this week He looks just- us he did twenty years ago Miss Mary Lou Baker of Lexington who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis 831 Second street bus returned home Misses Willie and Mary Campbell who MidwayOrphansturned home Wednesday Gen John C Black of Illinois Grand Commander of the G A R in the United States came here on Wednesday night and addressed the State Encampment on Thursday morning He is an eloquent speaker Mr W R Scott and family of Paris who have been the guests of her parents air C C Hazelrigg and wife at Hotel Fleming have returned home firs Win Magoflln and daugh Mrs Austin of Knoxville Tonn who have been guests of Mrs aiabol MagofHn have gone to Harrodsburg to visit relatives IMr Russell S Ponn of George town College who was oulledI homo to attend tho funeral uncle air Chas Featherston returned to college on Monday Rev W H Hampton and wife air Roscoe Stewart of Iron ton Ohio after attending the Grand Conclave and visiting friends here returned homo on FridayMr Etnmitt Mungest and wife of Celina Ohio wild were called hero by the death of Mr Chas Featherston the grandfather of Mrs aiungest returned home on Tuesday morning Misses Lizzie and Rosa Wilson and air O H Browning of Lexington former residents of this city cor ner Major and Kentucky streets West Side visited their old homo here on Wednesday They Haw many changes in the city espe cially in the people liivng here feeling that they were almost entile strangers SETTLING PROMPTLY LoclngtonSpecialance Co of New York came hero yester duty to make proper arciingements for the settlement of the claim of the estate of Dr W H Averill under a 10000 policy iu that company Hr Cadys Coniiitfun rowucrs art just what a horse needs when in but condition Tonic blood purifier unt vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per packagei For sale by J V Gayle an LeCompte Gay j II R Ii 1 W Y tlEI f i I I II RLIJ51aaicoiN1mE1 I 1 FOR SALE BY M A SELBERTLEADING JEWELERI iI Communicated IN MEMORY OF AUNT KATE A dutiful daughter a loving sis ter a faithful wife and an indul gent mother Mrs Kate Jenkins Crockett passed from this life early Thursday morning May IU Several months were spent on a bed of suffering yet they were spent with patienceShe born at Bridgeport 45 years ago When but a girl she united with the Christian Church In 1887 she was married to Coly Crockett and ever since 1888 she has been postmistress of Bridge port Now she has gone but she is not dead but sloepeth She was always at her place on Sunday and the old church was filled with her clear voice A kind word and a smile to the little children was always given by Aunt Kate They all will miss her but not so much as Forest only 18 Homer only and sweet little Rebecca just 8 No more will mothers hand pass through your hair and pat your little cheeks She can not come back to you but you can go to her God knows and we can only say Thy will be done Her hand while in life wrote her eulogy and her life was better than any funeral sermon We look on death as a sad thing but to the one who leaves us life is never real till that time Thou it is that the soul is with its own and can move around not fettered by worldly sorrows and cares but free at last to do only its Makers bidding Let us look on the death of Aunt Kate as the laying aside of all that is mortal and remember that to her life is at last real W E P DISASTROUS WRECK Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck nnd the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can bo cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Crags of Dorchester Mass is one of mnnv whoso life was saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all druggists Price Solo and IOO Trial bottles freeICOMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Friends of education are cordially invited to attend the closing exer cises of the Kentucky Normal timid Industrial Institute Frankfort Ky as follows May 27 and 81Oral Examina tions 880 a m to HBO p in May 20 Baccalureato Sermon 3 p m Dr J ai Turner May 29 Address Before Religious Societies 8 p m Prof F L Wil hams May 80 Senior Class Reception and Exercises 8 p m May 81 Address Before Literary Society 8 p m Prof C F Snoed May 81 and June Industrial Exhibits 830 a m to H80 p m June Commencement flay Graduating Exercises 10 a m Addresses 180 p m Dr W H Council Dr E E Underwood and othersAll exercises on school promises lied blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Ratters destroy them ANNOUNCEMENT Dr O h Buckmastor Oetoo puthic Physician is at his old ollloes at Mrs 1 B Miles resi dence 113 St Clair St Examina Chargesd88tf CASE AFTER CASE Plenty More Proof Like This In Frankfort Scores of Frrankfort people can tell you about Doans Kidney Pills Many a happy citizen makes a public statement of his experience Here is a case of it What better proof of merit nan be had than such endorsement- L G Choate proprietor of the Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 42B St Clair St says In almost constant misery during the day and restless and sleepless at night from the dull aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys expresses my condi tion for some years I also suffered a great deal from headaches and spells of dizziness and often when I arose I was almost blind for a time There was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which very frequently were very annoying and distressing I doctored and used lots of medicinp obtaining little or no benefit until Deans Kidney Pills were so persistently recom mended to me by a friend that I went to J W Gaylos drug store and got n box I took them as di rected and must say they helped me a great deal My back feels better and stronger I can rest bet ter at night and the trouble with the kidney secretions was much re lieved As the result of Doans Kidney Pills my condition is so much improved that I feel like new manT For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Fosteraillburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for tho United States- Remember the name Bonns and take no other Horse Timers ChronographsI Five Min tt te lepeatersMinute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI Bs SELBERT Leading Jeweler CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of A little life may be sacrificed ton sudden attack of croup if you dqnt have Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand for time emergency liarks Sidney Globes J Guaranteed Curetfor all Kidney and Bladder 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 pureetDiabetes Seminal Emissions Weak Lame Back Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder iniboth men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Cora No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrunkfort Ky May 2ly arils DAILY EXCURSIONS NTTTOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats IIPort Huron Bu the Magnificent Sttamtrt Of the Leaving toot of Madison Street Dolly at gis A after arrival of morning trains Returning arrive Week Day Sundays oo Fare to Detroit unUmitedround trip ts Excursions to Detroit and return Week Days Sundays 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth extra special Rate 1o Sochlitj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 F OOLOENOIaA a s J W Gaylo does not hesitate to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 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 Dyspep sin Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but u tissue building tonic as well Renewed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use Ck0 TIME TSltllliOCTRINo21 IvINORm INo 22 INt INo 600IJrankfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1115 Stu- r l i r i r 1i b if it rt f s fbI I i i f t IfWU 1Sir f rdF i r ffqJr larr ffr 1 S D JOHNSON oo sISPECJIALSFOR THENEEKtWALKING SKIRTS 2 08 for skirts worth 0 00 t 8 08 for skirts worth S 00 4 08 for skirts worth 10 00 Unusual Values CORSETS Exceptional Values at 49 cents tD JOHNSON CO 311 1 Ir IN STliiJJ KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSl + WITH Dr Kings E New Discovery l f FOR CONSUMPTION Price 60c 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all TROUBiIt I8lv- 1t1 BIRTHS f WILLIAM SIn this city to Judge Ben G Williams and wife a daughter t1 ANOTHER GOOD CITIZEN PASSES AWAY At 815 oclock on Thursday night Mr Samuel Todd died at his old home at Lake Park West Side aged 47 years of quick con t sumptionMr was the third son of the late Mr Dabney and Mrs Mary f Ellen Todd and a grandson of the i late Judge Samuel Todd for whom J he was named He was a quiet earnest and gentleman attending faith titoapahle all the duties of life until recently an em rploye of the IC D k W H Co but was forced to resign his posi tion on account of failing health in December last Since then he has steadily declined until the end 1 He was a faithful member of the k First Baptist Church of this city and when he faced eternity his testimony to the truth of the ro f ligion of Jesus Christ was clear firm and unshaken Death had no u lterrors for him His only regret was at leaving his loved ones to moot lifes struggles without his haSBlstanoe a young wife one son and a large family of brothers and r Tsisters to mourn his untimely death BAD ACCIDENT r While Mr James Tipton was fish ing up Benson creek on Thursday afternoon a piece of rock became dislodged from a cliff above him and fell on his lee cutting a gash pr about three inches long Mr Tip ton was brought to town and Dr J S Demaree attended to his injuries Terrible plagues those itching pestering of tho skit Put t an end to misery Doans Oint t ment cures At any drug store I CONFEDERATE DECORATION DAY 1Friday June 8 being the anni versary of the birth of Jefferson Davis tho graves of tho Confed will be decorated at 4 fJoolook in the afternoon All those interested in the cause will please bring or send flowers to J the cemetery at tho above named hourt ELIZA fIt OVERTON F1Pros Confederate Memorial Assn fj OASTOJlXAr Dears the Signature of 4r jh r ry r J j a Ji t i 4ijJ GINGHAMS 7cts for Gingham worth tOrts lOcts for Gingham worth 12cts 12cts for Gingham worth 15cts 14cts for Gingham worth 25cts DRESS GOODS Special Values Cull and see them DEATHS ARVINIn this city on Sun lay night Mr William Arvin 2agedArvin was a veteran of the Ilr war in the Federal army H was an upright man and earnest humble Christian He was a mom bur of the First Baptist Church of this city He loaves an aged and desolate widow and twu sonsWin Jr Alfred to mourn his death andI was found dead in bed oclock Monday morning Ho had been in poor health for more than a year past from some affec tion of the heart The funeral services were con ducted by his pastor Rev 11 B Adams on Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock and tho remains were laid away in our cemetery CRUTCHER In this county o Monday Mr Albert Crutcher youngest son of Mr Wash Crutcher of tho Jetts neighborhood after a lingering illness of consumption aged about 24 years The funeral and burial took oclockCOLEMANAt on Wednesday morning placoI WhiteIheadman aged 28 years of consump oonIduotedherd on yesterday morning at 9 cemeteryloclock Interment in the MOOREAt her home on Short street on Thursday morning at 3 oclock Mrs Mary Eliza Moore aged 62 years Mrs Moore leaves five sons and tw daughters to mourn her death She ba only been sick a few days She was a good woman a member of the Southern Presbyterian Church ROACHIn this city on Thursday little Miss Pearl Roach daughter of Mr John Roach and wife The burial took place at Antioch Chris tlan Church yesterday afternoon STATE MEETING G A R The State Convention of G A R met in this city on Wednesday last There were about 200 dele gates present from all sections o the State Capt J W Bowsinith of Belle- vue was elected Commander fo the ensuing year Capt Valentine Borberioh of this olty was elected Senior Vice Commander Mr H C Pearoo was elected Junior Vic Commander The usual subor dinate officers worn appointed Gen John C Black of Illinois CommanderInChief of the United States came here Wednesday night and delivered an eloquent and forceful address on Thursday morn ing Ihe usual routine business was transactedJudge S Doming of Robert Hon county introduced a series of resolutions favoring the erection bJ Congress of a monument to Gun Robt E Leo in Washington City The resolutions were referred to appropriate committees who wore adoptingthemThe old veterans had a delightful titan and expressed themselves as highly pleased with the wn fn which they wore entertained by Albert G Bacon Post of this city 11 r I W SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS 10 00 for suits worth i12 00 14 00 for suits worth 18 00 10 00 for suits worth 20 00 Silks Vmisujilly attractive in style and price MARRIED BICKERSHOWARD the- Jeffers House on Wednesday May 5 Mr Thomas T Bickers nndI Snllio Howard both of ReveGeorge Darsie of tho Church They wore attended by Miss Nannie Searcy and 1Ir1 alhe Crossflold DECORATION DAY IAll Honor to the Gallant Dead II On fames eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread Whilo glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead Monday next May BOth is the bynof our soldier dead all over this broad land While there will be no procession with waving flags and beating drums to march to the cemetery yet faithful loving hearts and hands will be there to place the victors crown of sweetscented bedsIhope to country and true bravery shall be characteristic of the American peopleBut while we do this for those who wore the blue we would not neglect or forget those equally andctheir all for what they believed to be right They are bono of our bone flesh of our flesh Americans allthe grandest the bravest the truest that ever drew sword or shouldered a gun Like ndo Let us then one and all Unio anl Confederate plane the flower- of affection upon their silent graves and thus teach our children that the highest grandest truest thing on earth is to be a brave and honest American citizenevet- oady to die for the right DECORATION DAY COMMIT TEE The following ladies have Gfe which to decorate the graves comerThey arc requested to meet at the Custom House at 10 oclock a m of that day W F Barret Mrs ueorge cllarsie Mrs Win T Scott Mrs Orlando Brown Mrs Johii W Gayle Mrs J Buford Hendriok Mrs M A Selbert Miss Carrie SeIbert Mrs J B Dryden Mrs James Sower Mrs Peter Abler Mrs L T West Mrs John M Jameson Miss Carrie Weltzel Miss Amelia Weitzol Mrs R K Mc Cluro Mrs John N Crutuhor Mrs Geo A Lewis Mrs R L Grin stead Mrs John H Triplet Mrs c1FurrNellie Felhnor Mrs Albert Vino than Mrs Grant L Roberts Mrs Geo L Barnes Mrs A W Naxor Miss Rose Salendoi Mrs I1 C 1lode Mrs S B Holmes Mrs W H Snood Mrs W M SaiFoll Mist Manno Powell and Mrs R P Pep per r r SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris arercures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes stomachKodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles tfmOlthePrepared by X 0 DeWitt 4s Co CUuco For sale by J W I Gayle druggist ATTENTION EVERY1 Y The ladles of the Civic League W T Scott President request that all those desiring to become members Of reponresone so desir ing to do so can leave office Dont neglect itiests of the city require PREACHES AT CEDAR CHAPEL Bro Thos N Arnold will at the re quest of the whole community preach at Cedar Chapel on Sunday next May 29 1at oclock a in Everybody invited to come out and hear this good roan preach- ACCEPTED GOOD PLACE Prof S L FrogAo has been tendered and has accepted the Presidency of the Vanderbilt Training School at Colum his Ky This Is a splendid position ono of mush more prominence and Influence than was the position he held here and largely better financially CLOSING EXERCISES CITY SCHOOL The following are the introductory ex erolses to the closing of the public school Kindergarten opened to its patron and Interested friends during week comment ing Monday pity III Kindergarten closing exercises Monday Juno Exercises in chapel of High School Tuesday dune 7880 to 020 m by High School and 7th and 8th grades Exercises in diupol of High School Tuesday Juno 7 10 a in by 1th 5th and nth grades- Wednesday Juno 1130 a in exercises In High School Chapel Ity 1st 2il and 3d grades OperaHouso pneoJuno t Yf lr f J t 7 UNDERWEAR S cents for vests worth 10 cents 12V cents for vests worth 15 cents 21 cents for vests worth 25 cents4L88 cents for vests worth 10 cents Embroideries Remarkable Values and Styles r II WORLD S FAIR fi HUE 1 ff- LIHL1lf jdIFortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the tii iWORLDS r F A IRIJIt Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ville with Observation Parlor andDining Car dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis r ville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with a teeI L T W CREWS T P Agent Loxiington Ky AgentrLexingtonOf H HUNGERFORD District vapoLouisvilleG B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo SOME WOmAN FRom THIS COUNT WILL GO TO THEfWORLDS FIFE AT ST LOUIS ON A FREE TRIP 1ACINCINNATI GOMMHRGIAk TRIBUNE This well known and great newspaper will send 150 women on special train for theDailyGazeUein sent us ANY WOMAN CAN GO For particulars rend a copy of the Com mercinl Tribune or write for blanks ands further information to TILE WORLDS TOUR EDITOR Care CommercialTribuneCincinnati 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 IIjITRADE MARKS iDESIGNS iCOPYRIGHTS cAnyone sending a sketch and description tnay quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ommunlcationestrictlyconddentlal t riverptclalScientific JUtierican A handsomely illustrated weekly Inrccat clr Terms3eoar YorkeBranch r1 JA If =THeFrankrortHaiffldaDoui b Entered nt the postofllce at Frankfort Kin tucky as secondclass iiiailnble matter I CEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub i FRANKFORT MAY 28 190 3 x COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout Will you Rive me space for a short communication In Wednesdays issue of the Kentucky Journal I f find the following The Kentucky Department of the Grand Army of the Republic convene in this city today bearJ1ngStates are already here and many others are expected to arrive t day To those now here and tho who arts yet to arrive Frankfort extends a cordial welcome and a greetingOld has thinned the ranks of both the Blue and the Gray and fortunate and blessed are those who have been spared to seethe full fruition of a united coup graduallyithe G A Rs would have found strenuous objections and moreu t repulsehad they attempted to maydoWe are certainly obliged to the young editor for the gracious words of the above clipping with the ex ception of the last two sentences In them the editor certainly exhib its a sad lack of information Not only is he away oil as to what would have happened in Frankfort forty years ago but to the contrary this city was known and recognized as a center of G A R influence and powerover whelmingly enthusiastic for the Union cause There were some five companies of white soldiers who enlisted from this county besides an equal number of colored The companies of Cart A G Bacon Capt Dan Garrard Capt Jas R Page Capt R Ward Macey Capt Robert B Taylor Capt Thomas Mahoney Capt Frank A Estep and Capt Chas Mil ward were composed almost en tirely from men enlisted in this county besides numerous others who went to Rousseaus brigade and other commands- It is true there were as brave and gallant hoys who went out from us to follow their convictions and t fight for the South as ever drew sword but they did not number more than three hundred men at the outside We have no quarrel with them They bared their breasts to the storm leaving home kindred loved onesuUto die if need be for their convictions No bravo man who wore the blue over Intentionally wounds his brother who wore the gray We are all Americans together loving our country its flag and its people Our glory and our honor Is in a e4reunited country God bless her- r We advise our young friend to know the facts before trying a well rounded sentence to wind up his r paragraph that dont fit with the facts G A R STAMPING GROUND Mr Tool S Head of Burgin visited his son Mr Richard C Head who has been sick last weekMrs J M Bridges of Elmville is dangerously sick The new pastorof the Baptist Church has boon sadly afllicted since he came here His only sis ter Mrs Berry of Carrollton died Saturday Mr R L Bond of Carroll county was the guest of Mrs Frances Bond last weep as ho returned from ParisMarriedAt DoLaml Fin last week llr1 D Sprako and Mrs Francis Mating The groom is the only brother of Mr R S Sprake The recent showors have helped much as they havo boon accompanied by warm growing weather This will rid farmers of the cut worms that havo boon at groundI UNO i AT NO TIME IS MAN SECURE FROM ATTACKS Of such disorderslof the stomach ns cholera morbus cramps and diarrhea but these complaints are common furling the heated term when it is dangerous to neg e lout them Painkiller is a remedy that has noverjailcdand the sever est attacks have boon cured by it Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and k DOc t Worry Almost Unnerved M e Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me ofheartice and am just as sound as a dollar in hadbeenhad become short and difficult at times sometimeA s me feel faint and languid The least excitement or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing the time and after trying many oremedies prescribed by physicians without youtday and after taking three or four bottles all symptoms were removed and have never owed of returning REV GEO W KiDinnov r Va There are symptoms of heart disease which so closely of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble stomach kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient easily excitable and apt to without- cause If you have the least suspicion andfuxrindaysdelayAll druggists sell and guarantee firjt bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO BRIDGE Gas Pipe Leading to South Side Crushed and Broken in Two On Monday afternoon about 3 oclock the tow boat John Maokey undertook to tow a derrick boat be longing to the U S Government down the river and when it reached the St Clair street bridge the boom of the derrick had been care lessly left so high that it struck the main gas pipe which supplies the South Side andwhioh is suspended underneath the bridge crushing and breaking it in two like an egg shell and pulling out two expansion joints and breaking a third It then struck the floor of the bridge and lifted that structure about a foot tearing the beams and planks loose But for the fact that the boom broke about this time there is no doubt but that the bridge itself would have been badly injured if not totally destroyed It seems passing strange that the officers in charge of the boat did not stop it at once and back away as soon as it was found that the boom was too high On the con trary they recklessly went on their way regardless of the damage The crushing of the gas pipe released a vast volume of gas and forced the cutting off of the supply at the works until workmen could reach the cut off at the bridge A force of men was at once put to work and the break repaired by oclock p 11 Many people on the South SideI who cook with gas stoves resort to the bake shops for their supplies of bread etc quiolddonodark The loss of tho gas company in gas amounted to 100 and in tho repair of pipos etc about as much more Tho damage to the bridge was considerable and the only wonder is that it was not rendered unfit for use HAND CUT OFF A little lad son of Mrs Slusher near Peaks Mill was cutting oats with a cutting box when his hand was caught Yawn in and cut off Surgical attention was rendered at once A MONKEY STORY A day or to ago while Otis Evans was visiting at tho homo of his brotherinlaw Mr George Hoarn hear Jctt Station ho was looking about over tho place he discovered a dry woll Ho lifted the top oil the place timid out popped a live monkey Otis and a dog or two soon run tu monkey tlown and cadturcd it and ho still has the little creuturo it is a mystery how the monkey came to bo there but it was there just the same and Otis still has it in captivity limo animal must have gotton away from somo organ grinder and found a hiding plaoo in tho well Even ing Call Monday May r KENTUCKY DAY JUNE 16th The Old Commonwealth Promises to Set a Now Standard for Worlds Fair flays The Kentucky Commission for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition has decided to postpone Kentucky Day from Juno 2 to June 15 and active preparations to make the lay one memorable in tho history of the St Louis Worlds Fair are now on No printed invitations are to bo sent into Kentucky Every Kentuckian from no matter what walk of life is cordially in vited to be present The Kentucky Press Association will hold its annual meeting on Kentucky Day at the Kentucky Building on the organlezation will meet first in Louisville on June 13 leaving that night for the Worlds Fair City on a special train furnished by the Henderson Route On Tuesday which is June 14 the editors will do a little sight seeing and in tho afternoon bo en tertained at the Womans Magazine Building outside the grounds On that night they will see The Pike While the programme for Ken enoughtbe full of interesting events The Kentucky Building is to wear gaIn attire and brass band music from the outside and a string orchestra from the inside will give to the Now Kentucky Home an at tractive tone The editors will hold an informal session at 10 oclock in the morning followed by a tour of the grounds on auto mobiles and on the Intramural Sys temp winding up at one oclock with luncheon probably at the east pavilion which is being eon ducted by Mrs Rhorer the famous cookbook woman At two oclock the regular Kentucky Day exer cisos will begin in Festival Hall consisting df addresses by promi vent Kentuckians and exKentuok lam After the ceremonies a re cital on the big pipe organ will take place At night inthe Ken tucky Building there will be a re ception from 8 to 11 oclock Tho invited guests ouside of Kentucky will include the Expositions so cial list the Kentucky Society of St Louis and the delegates to the National T P A Convention On Thursday morning the Kentucky Commission will hold a business session and on Thursday evening the Kentucky Society of St Louis will entertain in the Kentucky Building in honor of the Commission MONDAYS STORM Early Monday morning the sultry atmosphere was broken up by a slight rain fall Again about 12 in there was a very heavy wind and rain storm during which quite a lot of hail f IJrrhe clouds were very black and threatening requir ing the use of gas lights in the business houses Time timid were considerably alarmed but no serious damage was done in tho city beyond tho smashing of a few tele phone wires and breaking limbs from a few tre- esYOung Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same md seed may seem the same Jut some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with hildren They are like young olants Same food same home ime care but some grow big ndstrong while others stay mall andweak Scotts Emulsion offers an wayout of the difficulty- Jhild weakness often means tarvation not because of lack food but because the food loes not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds nd gives the child growing trength Whatever the cause ofweak less and failure to grow Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right Send for free sample Scott Bowne Chemists Pearl St New York and Jioo all druggists f r tIJ P 1tJ iHC 1 1 i 6 r rF J f cgetablcPrcparatipnforAs ofoPromotesTigestionChEcrful ness andBcs tGon tains norMineral NOT MAC OTIC spr IUDS4Ml1DJJTQI lJ4BJulJ Remedy forCons ti tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Toe Simile Signature of NEW YORK LCTCOPY OT WUAPPEB J CASTORIA I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have y Always Bought lif Bears the Signatureof Kind The rI You Have 1 l Always Bought r CASTORIA 1Orrtl 1 i OUR PROTECTION ilvitFIsDo you believe we can afford to do an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or sell you a vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers we would be taking an enormous we not fulfill every promise made in these columns WE ONLY ASK A TRIALkEither in new work or painting 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 r IT PAINTED Our prices are ruasonable 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 needmanything in our line phono or write us and our representative who is in Frankfort every week will call to see youIcSELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas Iii- f = HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCEtJt 1 41IN ras 25 II s 4 tI Regular Style Stays la In or 6ln apart S5 INCH ao iWJ 41 IN Ixa y s2 IN1i it28 20 IN rly K IP Special Hog Horse and Cattle Stylo- w Stays la In or 6 In apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically everlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigsl3 EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save ycu money and fetse your fields so they will stay fenced FRANK G STAGG l SPECIAL AGENT R- rj44 v er NBXT WEEK I SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS1tSILK WRAPS at Specialri ReducedPrices to l e if Prizes will be to per r sons nearest the total paid at the Fair St Louis Mo You can secure and 52 times a year for 50 cents 50 to DO IT For the Roundabout A FOUR LEAF CLOVER Darling said hI found a four t lea clover j Now i shall have three wishes for my own I wish you may accept me as your f lover And all through life would love me alone Were ours to keep and we would have no sorrows While health and as gen tIe loving donors i Would guard our home tomorrows Ah me he had his wishes each come true I loved him faithfully Why should not I Great wealth and honors crowned him and I know That happiness had met and passed me by He married wears ago a tender loving woman r I hear ho has bright children hu man Too those precious treasures t household joys life runs on bright with a home and flowers I find swept work to do and friends arc kind to me I dwell not on the past those by gono hours Are best forgotten and should be bring them now to r light and vision Had not I chanced upon this plover leaf Which mute reminder proves what elysian our happiness N S COX Cure FALL A little lad son of Mr 0 MI Cash of Thorn Hill climbed a cherry tree on Saturday and fell out injuring his abdomen and otherwise bruising himself Drs N M Garrott and C A Fish wore called and attended to the lads in r juries and ho is doing as well as could bo expected Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Sacceisf ul treatment for blood and skin diseases WHITE MADRAS Value 15c for lOc Neat effects Value 15c for lOc- GENUINE SCOTCH GINGHAMS Regular 50c quality 20c Some Specials in DRESS GOODS New W FARMER Shirt tIn75000Cash given away guessing aggregate attendance Worlds DO YOU KNOW ONE GUESS THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD Send cents this Paper NOW flI 4butattendfrhappiness tosubsequent boyslac divinely iAnd 11heights Kotlcl Dyspepsia eatItBAD FIGUREDP the Roundabout MRS KATE JENKINS CROCK ETT At her home in Bridgeport on Thursday morning May 15 1904 this excellent Christian woman passed away in her fortyfifth alyearto her house and bed It was the old story of consumption and its fatal end Mrs Crockett leaves a husband Mr Coleman H Crockett and three little children There yet remain of her family two brothers Messrs Robert and John Jenkins of Louisville and a sister Miss Emma Jenkins of Bridgeport Several years ago her sister Mrs Sue Towles and at an earlier date her father and mother joined the silent majority The writer recalls the happy days goon by when the Jenkins home circle was complete and when at the Jenkins fireside in Bridgeport the center of old time hospitality were gathered all the swept spirits which made it an unceasing source heavenlyhomecourse it is then what must it be to be there- Of that home circle Miss Kate as we called her was one of the genuIneOhrlstinn and doing good a favorite in all the community to none know her but to love her none named her but to praise And what the girl was that also was the woman the wife mother neighbor and friend In every re lation of life she was the same true devoted and unselfish person Novel very robust always with energy bnyond her strength ere many years had flown her health began to fall and spite of her brave struggle the observing eye could sun that the end could not bo very far oil Sad to leave her husband and little children and to bid farewell to kindred and friends she loved so well yet ripe and ready for the great change she bows submissive tu the will of Him whoso slio was and whom slue served Truly the end was peace and triumph- A largo gathering of old friends gilled the church and by their presence spoke their respect and lovo when the funeral service was hold Moist eyes bettor than any words told of the universal sym with the bereaved and a large and mournful procession fol lowed on to tile beautiful Frank fort cemetery whore now sleep until the II resurrection of the just time mortal remains of this worthy Christian woman What hotter comfort can wo prof fer to those who remain than the words of time sympathizing Christ Let not your heart bo troubled Ye believe in God believe also in me G D I NewEffects n HOSE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR STOCKS BELTS Stocks S Waists 1ever 1For GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE Henderson Route THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR K E N T U C K I AN S TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L I IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY ANNUAL CONFERENCEYOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION WAYNES VILLE N C JUNE 10th to 20th 100- 1ANNUAL CONFERENCE YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ASHEVILLE- N C JUNE 10th to 20th 1904 Special Rates for Above Occasion Passenger0111ccway particularsS G P A A CURE FOR PILES saysGconsulted a physician who advised me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo I purchased a box and was entirety cured It is splendid for jiurrf giving relief instantly and I heartily recommend it to all sufferers DeWitts Witch Hazel Sulve is unequalled for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sores outs burns und wounds of every descrip tion are quickly cured by it Sold by J W Gayle drugigst DR E C ROEMELE DEUTSCHER ARZT Office end residence above WEITZEL ODONNELL 303 Main St TELKVHOXKS Old 184 New 136 SUMMER SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE JUNE 28th to AUGUST 5th Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General Passenger Ollloe Frankfort Cincinnati Railway- S E HUTTON G P A Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 Trees hy the million Fruit and Grapolno8Aspnrngus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on ap plication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 270 Mar 128m1 CARPETS TAPESTRY in Short Lengths Beautiful Patterns At about onehalf price MATTINGS In great variety r Imported direct r RUGS Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods of all kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider R ROGERS Fr SONS 9tut rickt Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show you possibilities us about it T- HEEquiLable Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY r l MATCH n LONG STRONG STICKS ASK THE GROCER A SURE LIGHTTHEDIAMOND MATCHCO I J RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT lIf Tho following minute was pre sented to a meeting of the Session the First Presbyterinn Church 25th 1001 and unanimously and ordered that it be Iof on the records and a copy t to the family and furnished papers for publication 1 Whereas God in His providence has removed from the Church on f earth to the Church in heaven our coelder and brother beloved Dr W H Averill win departed this life May 21st 1WH Session now upon record this expression of ithElir appreciation of his character services in Church of the f Lord Jesus Christ t Dr Averill was born in the city Louisville on September 29th in which city ho lived until Iof years of ape when he re with his parents to what was known as the Paxton place fInter the Averill farm in Frank county In 1853 he came to l Frankfort and entered into business iv for himself and from that time till his death he continued to be a 1t prominent figure in the business interests of our city t He was a child of the covenant of God with his people He was grewJbyfto the service of his Lord and MaR- ter in which he continued faithful t unto death He united with the visible church in Frankfort by becoming a member of the Presby terian Church on confession of faith March 81st 1857 He was elected a Ruling Elder of the Church and ordained to that office in 1866 In 1867 he was elected Clerk of Session he duties of which office he discharged with most painstaking fidelity till his death In every position in life he was faithful and adorned the profes sion of the gospel As head of his family he brought up his children in the nurture and admonition of ti the Lord as a member of the com munity and man of business he commanded the confidence and ad- mirationr of all as a member of the Church he was always In his place both at the Sabbath and weekly services with him duty to his God and His worship was first and busi ness and social arrangements were made to give place to that as an office bearer he was devoted to the interests of the look over which rn God had made him an overseer always giving time means and f earnest attention to all that con- cernedf its welfare as official Clerk of the Session ho gave such care and attention to all the details of ttheposition that the Session book of the Church of Frankfort elicited commendation us a model record when received and himIterian Church of Frankfort which he recently completed and pub f lished which as literature de serves high commendation as a of good taste and clear tdiction and as a history of a sec 14 the Church of which little had hitherto been known It has been entered among the archives of the Historical Society of the Presbyterian Church in Philadel phia as a contribution to the history of the Church at larger Dr Avorill was deeply interested t In and intelligently Informed con cerning all the denominational withImany expref confidence of ecclesiastical courts in his wisdom and by his appointment to responsible post on in Presbytery Synod and the General Assembly and always so acquitted himself as Wisdom in buying it for its perfect lighting and burning qualities Profit in the valuable coupon found in every box to command commendation from 1 his associates and culaborers Dr Averill was no narrow bigot His heart went out in catholic love for the church universal of all names and in all lands He earnestly longed and prayed for closer fraternity and union between churches of kindred faiths Hi charities were large and constant and like the sunshine fell on the good and the evil on the just and the unjust and his left hand knew not what his right hand did This Session would cherish devout gratitude to God the withI cry of his long and useful the community and in the church and while deeply mourning our loss in his removal would place on record our strong and abiding conviction that our loss is his eter nal gain We hereby tender our deepest sympathy to his bereaved family in their sore affliction and assure them that we as well as they and the whole Church are bereaved together- J McCLUSKY YNEYModerator C L SAMUELClerk DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age hut just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dys pepsia Jaundice Fever Constipa tion all yield to this perfect Pill 25o at all druggists LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday May 28 1904 Anderson James Ashman d Collins Bairington F J Berry E P Bonnell Mrs L M Brewster Thos H Clark Chas Clark William T Coak Florence Conn Mrs J T Dunlap Alex- Frankfort Mfg Co George W L Greenfield Ben Hamilton Mrs Ruth Hopkins Wilburn Kilter Alfred Leslie Mrs George Leach C C Lewis Maud Lively Miss Hattie Mattox E R Rico Nannie S Sames Jodie Shafer Joe- Sherrard James Upchuroh Geo White Nannie Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M II DAYThe time worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about tha hacking cough or demoralizing col with which you have been strug filing for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to davand let that roiledbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve you cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o A all drugigsts lyr STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give a strawberry Supper in the New Chapel of that church on Tuesday 14sEverybody invited to attend You get your moneys worth from these ladies every time Dont forget the slate td PEA RIDGE Mr and Mrs Pmmu Lnceflekl have taken rooms ut Mrs L Edges Miss Edith Edge lies returned home nfter n delightful visit of three weeks to her sister Mrs Frank Stoops in New Albany Ind Mr John Dennis is erecting a very pivtty residence on his futm at Choate vllle slowlybutto health again after a long and serious Edith Edge was the guest of Miss Emma Dennis last Sunday evening Mr Sam Lncefleld and wife and Mr Chester Lncefleld and sister Miss Jennie were the guests of Mr M W Spaulding of Grafensberg last Saturday evening Every one in this neighborhood was sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Kate Jenkins Crookntt last week She was very popular having been postmistress at Bridgeport for several years Our lonelylittlebehind to mourn their irreparable loss Our neighborhood was shocked at the terrible and sudden death of Mr Ueltschl of the Benson Valley He lately bought the Leslie Collins farm and was much liked and respected He was n Swiss and a neighbor tells us he heard him calling his cows in that language but a short time before he was told what an awful death he had met with Coming so soon after that of Miss Barber and in the same dreadful manner we are led to wonder can not something be done to make life more secure along this dreaded pike and railway The late frost so dreaded by those who prospectforso loaded that when the sun shines on them they have the aspect of being in bloom Apples pears and plums are also abundant and we can hardly wait for them to ripen Rain is much needed is this district Mrs L Edge has returned home after a short visit with her husband to see their son and other friends in Lexington We have been asked several times whether Miss Lucy Pattie who has made suoh an efficient and popular county school superintendent was again a can didate for reelection and were sorry we could not give the information Will some one answer this question Is Miss Pattie a candidate for reelection Every farmer having a corn field is having a hard time crows taking up their newlyplanted corn They say they never saw so many and such industrious crows We believe they used the word mischlevlous and other not very endearing terms as they replanted We are sorry to hear that Miss Sarah Sudduth is quite ill at her residence in the Pfiison Valley We hope she will soon le well SCRIBE + UNITVU STATES AMKKICA EABTKHN DIK TniCT KKNTUCKY In the United States District Court in and ford District 5dM Lawrence Bank ruptIn No To slur reditors of James M Lawrence of Peaks Mill in the county of Franklin and die bankruptNotJoo on the 18th day of May A D the wild James M Lawrence was dr ly adjudicated bankrupt and that tho flint meeting of his creditors will ho held at Satroclock in the forenoon at which time tho wild creditors may attend prove their claims ap point a trustee examine tho bankrupt and transiot such other business as may properly come before said meeting D W LINDSEY It Referee in Bankruptcy OASTOREA IIBeare the ii New Fast Train T- OColorado II UTAHAND IIE r II PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a m daily Tho evening trains to same points 1010 in daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFrun tickets now on sale For further information call on or address- R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H O 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 averages Spring 5849 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5348 degrees F Winter 8887 degrees F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all hu man ills find quick relief RE ACHED ONLY BY THE Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN ABSsitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 0 H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky e oomw utwty 9 BETWEEN LouisvilleAND g BEST LINE T- OCALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION FTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A n Cor 4th and Market 8ta Irfral vUI Fog SflLiE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Willibealent Apply at this office 4ii Illinois Central Seventh a River Louisville Momphis N 0 ftd No tit im Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No pNLet 70s 720 n m Arrives 455 n m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate Connection to trod from Elizabeth townHodgenvilloandHotkinsvilloexceptnoSunday villa StopH at st No Accommodation No Leaves 480 p m Arrives 065 a m For Central Connecting service to and Elizubethtown except on Sundays at all stationsStol Trains Run Daily r4 ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S SItLouisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati moraine leave SttLouis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in A arriving at Havana Monday morn iing Roundtrip uHf one way through tickets at r usually low mtos Free Illinois ontrul R R r l Illustrated holder on Crhn giving all particulars on uppl1cntwnjt OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROMjjNEW ORLEANS AdOcc Now Orleans for Mexico Pannlnar tTndiffor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Calf fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for the wil Mardi Gras also from Chicago day March 4th for California V18Jthe Illinois Central and New leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service j every Fascinating trips complete in Illinois Central Weekly Excursions j to California Excursion t Cars through to Los Angeles and tfi San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago evory Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for theT twratesservice and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with i 1servicedining oars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The 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 telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change tin same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for i illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotelX19HOT SPRINGS ARJrDirect Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis for book 1 describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts U FULL PARTICULARS t dbetral or by addressing the nearest eai- of the undersigned representatives of tho Central i tF W HARLOW D P A i1ANew OrleansI H A H HANSON G lChicagoJNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis 1 iI BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO JIiGeorgetown Lexington Traction Co Cars leave Lexington for Pariscevery hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 0 p m Leave Paris every r hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m t pm a from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 DOm tYi20UWe are enabled to offer great in ducements to subscribers to the Roundabout in connection with tin Louisville Evening Post Look 11 at this A Websters Unabridged Die j tionary 1903 Edition 80O- Tli j Evening Post daily for vt IjHVAllThis pricp is less than tho public would pay for tho Dictionary alone f1 hfStatefft- 4OA aT 0BelABears the f tZU jijc y RELIGIOUS T FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at ia pNight pISundayschool at 045 a in in ohnpel theI Home Department and Bible Taught by Mr S K Hutton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7 p m in the Leader Williams ohnpeljTopic Ambition Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in the chapel Normaly Class will meet at 815 Prof J H acherIeverybody in the city oor z11ally invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector Sunday May 29 1901 980 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer in the chapelFriday 780 p m Meeting of the Parish Bible Class Everybody cordially invited t GeorgeDarsiejn and 745 p m chapelChristian at ohapelLemlerhd Topic The Lords SupperHow and When to Observe It Prayer nleeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock CourtesyThe will mot in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday after Moon Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JH U R C H Rev Edward H Bull will preach at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p in Prayer nleeting Wednesday night at 780 pm Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a in Vespers 7HO p Sundayschool at 2 p in i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blayuey D D the pastor will preach at a m und pom 71ISunday school at 945 n in Young Peoples Society of Christian JUt invited uttThe public cordially invited to attend 1IMETHODIST CHURCHRev C J Nugent the pastor will preach nt 11 a a in and 780 p m 1Sundayscllool at 980 a m will meet in Ladles 111tWednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed iff Y M C Al11I3re will bo meetings afternooneDr Weavers Treatment J Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruttio- nfKYS m OFFICIAL ROUTE TO REPUB t LICAN NATIONAL CON VENTION t The Motion Route from Louisvlllo to I Chicago has hen selected as the olliuiul route for dHli jutofl alternates and visitI ors to the Republican National Conven Lion and n cordial invitation is extended by the Louisa lIe delegation to those wilt go to join and share their arrangements on the Monon Route 821 p m train UnhnStationround trip sleeping oar berth if wanted 82 Tickets bo purchased from starting point as similar reduction will I bo mule by Kentucky lines but bo sure your ticket rends via Louisville and Monon Routes Rates may be hud also 2UIon ofiiolul truth or for other information i I Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood i Cerato ointment for the ekin 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 fflillinQ Go GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main souroe is the liverand all the fine spirits over made in the Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a bad liver or the producesand a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine oondi buoyanthappylight of step vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You can put usingGreensost of all medicines for the liver find stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been n favorite household remedy ugnstFlowerand active and thus insure you a spiritsrrinl o At all druggists lyr r I r j i HELP FOR YOUR FEET yOUR FEET HOLD you up for hours nt n youforNo wonder they burn and blister are tired sore and swollen or perspire free ly Sprinkle GAYLESANTISEPTICFOOT On your feet night und morning and they will be comfortable all lily even in the warmest weather It cools and sooths and because antiseptic heals and prevents all diseased conditions of the feet Costs so little and gives so much comfort you lan hardly Milord to do with out it Tae Gavlo llrUR Stores i OUR OFFERINGS THIS COMING WEEK WILL INTEREST EVERY ONE WHO CAN APPRECIATE GOOD VALUES Special Sale I- nMuslin UnderwearA- ll now goodswell made and nicely trimmed Corset Covers 15o and 25c- Gowns 50e G5e 75c and 1100 skirts 50c up to 800 THINGS SKIRTS RECEIVED AT Weitzel ODonnell ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutch of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger ARHAPPYE TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HigiMaynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High GrocerWBroadRev andMaynard AveRevWe fill a newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denna Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do try a 25 cent or 75 cent and helitP GAYLES I2oFOR RERPESENTATIVE nnnounreHonthis city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the of the party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec isitf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County subject to the action of the Democratic primary 5 te- CANDIDATE FOR JAILER announceJudgodate for jailer or Franklin county subject to thu action of the l emo party at the primary IJte FOR REPRESENTATIVE anuounccColEdidate for the otllco of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the of the Democratic 28te lf 200 Pieces Of WASH GOODS Every Style and Price Dress Goods and Silks All reduced New colors in DANISH CLOTH AND VOILES Table Linens t 2 Big Values 72 in all Linen Cream Damask only oOe Mil lends in 72 in Satin Damaskrin 2 2i mal 8 yawl lengths worth 100 and 125 per yard only OOc yard NEW IN DRESS JUST 350 300 AND 5600 could bottle action Demo cratic Court Clerk cratic action party NEW I WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MOKEE I The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage COM so Well and Favor ably Known to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehi- cles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy everydetailunderthethe Into Henry Hcimiller Esq in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the sev eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are folly equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor possibleIpreparedYEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 BEST IEEJCESIThase 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 here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it JOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky SUBSCRIBE FOR TH- EROUNDABOUT A STRONG COMBINATION THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE LOUISVILLEIWELY HERALD Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe riot telegraph service embracing the entire world correspondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russ a and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky 1Ui tf t Th G r ditO yc f J J1II IOSCH8SFS I TAKEDOWN REPEATING SHOTGUNS These guns are a high class production at a lowclass price For strong shooting and lasting qualities they are in a class by themselves They are made in 12 and 16 gauge in full cylinder or modified choke for brush and field shooting or full choke for trap and duck shooting They can be taken down instantly without any tools To get the best re sults always use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells In these guns as one is made for the other FREE Send for our 160page illustrated catatopu WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN THE PERIL OF THE ICEBERGS Thrilling and often disastrous experiences befall those who go down to the sea in ships in the North Atlantic because of encounters with icebergs Concerning these bestJMcIbrings a train of mishaps and dis asters to the Atlantic shipping due J to these wandering terrors of the ocean No other great trade route mostfto n with Regularly vessels vanish from the sea and leave never a truce How destruction overtook them r but the experienced mariner know too well their fate sunk by collision icebergf and ingenult have never devised any contriv nude to detect or thwart these si lent foes and the great floating crystal islands have wrought moro ruin than any other obstruction that threatens ocean trail o The icebergs are fragments from the glaciers of Greenland forced thouIevery summer are car ried south by the currents until they are dissolved in the warmer waters and nearer the sun Im ressive and beautiful though they are no object is more dreaded by the sailor Mr jHeGrath viv idly describes runny adventures with the icebergs many of them moving tales of tragedy and suffer ing The fate of ships which have met these floating destroyers is shown in many instances of disas ter und death Some have escaped 1wounded Others have left none to tell the story of their end Some liliejIs of the keenest interest Admir able illustrations are furnished b M J Burns Mr McGrath lives in Newfoundland and has studied his subject at first hand foj years In order to more perfectly illustrate the art i cle Mr Burros went to Newfound land and saw the scenes lie so beau tifully reproduces GIVEN UP HIS PASTORATE r Rev Edward H Bull who h been pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Grant City Missouri has resigned his position and with his family is with his pa rents Mr S C Bull and wife on Washington street Owing to h fathers physical condition will probably remain some time t A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an ugly cut J the leg of J B Orner Frank Grove III It developed a stubbo J ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Bucklens Aruba Salvo cure Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all druggists Written for the Roundabout THE SENTINEL PINE It How would you like it if we change from a drive to a walk this morning said Carlos to me as I sat waiting in the shade of the honeysuckle on the low stone steps Of course I answered in the affirmative and we walked slowly down the grassgrown brick pave ment out towards a stone wall en closure where were sleeping the last of a noble race above our heads a beautiful pine tree stood in silent majesty its softly soughing branches whispering of devotion to a duty devolving upon me as the last leaf on the ancestral tree and I dared not shrink from such a task though selfimposed and sad msy The point of land where we stood was the highest in all the neigh boring country The lone pine tree a sentinel from many points of viewBefore me was a vision of beauty as fair as eye ever looked upon The Elkhorn winding its silver chain about the feet of the verdant cliffs crowned with cedar and the velvet moss covering up the soars of the changing years The low lands and far distant meadows looked brown and sere even in tIle light of the autumn morning hut the monuments of fodder looked interesting from a practical stand pointFlocks of crows were flying low Carlos told me they were politic ing cawing to shadows flitting about in the sunshine The blue of sky was emblematic of the light neer to bo seen on land or sea and the wind blew softly as if to speak of the years of my lost childhood the old story of another Get h somane which oven today came before me a cruoiflxtion bitter as was death itself to n sensitive Jonely heart Tell me Carlos about the new owner of GrenelloDo you know him Is ho old in years I wonder if hate is necessary to rom em brance or if in the garden of mem cry only the blossoms of a might ova survive the test of frieq ship I can not say my lady said Carlos smiling Everything one does in this life has a reaction an echo whi tlas10 penr or baseness Yes I know Eastwood He is an hottest honorable gentleman He is serious and grayhaired but bieas of the fittest and it is always my mis fortune not your faultto be u worthy to merit friendship L me disabuse your mind of the lnercennrayou among these old graves brodw SenI p f JJ Once upon n time there lived In mightyhunterdanger edge but uncouth and rugged as the rocks lying far below His one thought yams of and for his baby girl little Nell he called hor blue of eyes slender and graceful as wore the leer that leaped from cliff to din above his door Ho loved her with idolatrous atten tion and she looked up to her tall bravofathor with the clinging ten derness of filial devotion On this particular day in the history of these lives a separation took place and Easterwood compelled by hun ger left the child alone might kill a deer There wore dians in Kentucky in those ulfH and the tribe of the Red were on the warpath The littleIcabin nestling like the nest brown thrush at the foot of the cliffs felt too dark and lonely for the child of the paleface hunter andshe left its shelter to pluck the wild flowers growing up hero the cool moss and shadows inI haps the Indians mistook her for a deer but be this as it may there was a sudden whir of swift arrows a sobbing cry a whiteface still and cold in the midst of wild blos sours Where the little life went out into the sunshine of God that pine are grow and strange to say there ar no other trees like It in all this neighborhood Easterwood broken in heart at the loss of his child swore ven geance on the Indians becoming the wellknown scout of Boones borough fame He has never married and has built over and beautified Grenele your old lame beyond recognition But the place is haunted I hear with beings beside old memories and itI would not be worth your while go to law over the title toI Marry me Helen I love you II too am lonely I shook my head No Carlos dear By taking revenge a man is but oven with his enemy but in ptssing over he is superior and if a proud man makes me keep my distance the comfort is that he keeps his at the same time Remember that to a man love making is the prologue tdimarriage but to a woman marriage is the epilogue to making love and she has been taught that there is really no such thing as forgetfulness just there is no such tiring as death wo walked homo my lover whispered and hoard him say Ill wait then because no rock so hard but that a little wave may boat admission in a thousand years And if poverty is the real test of civility and the touchstone of friendship I may after all these years marry Carlos and enter into the inheritance of my forefathers with the Sentinel Pino N S COX sins 1904 Treatmentll NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION ST LOUIS MO JULY 6th 1104 allFor the above occasion tire Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at one faro plus 60 cents for time round trip Dates of sale July 2d to 6th inclusive Final limit leaving St Louis July 15th S E HUTTON G P A REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CON VENTION CHICAGO JUNE 2124 1904 For the above occasion the Railwayetfaro plus fifty cents for the round lytrip Dates of sale June 16th to inclusive final limit June 1004IfBUTTON G P P A gravenahnppr 2 OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER i KENTUCKY I WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky ii Pleasant to taKe Yr Inli TndeDluk w t Laxative Syrup IJ NATURES SURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor r rthenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltS rJeVegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as n Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE WORMSr WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEMost Quantity Quality lIFo 20 Years Has Ltd all Worm Remedies tsoza aT axx oaUGGoXCJXSProparedbs + JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL V Cor St Clair Br009WOYd eIsDepress frequent beadacbes nerves maladyItsDont today HERBINEdlJestio Liverorgans normal woman taklur bottle Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor Clair Broadway LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY f i LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 tIEASTBOUND WESTBOUNB No 2 DailyEx AM Dallyj IAMI DailyEx cr c In = has a bad cwso of lack of tall to get at your druggists a and to their ICrdnoys Ice like a uety after the ILst 50 St l 19C8 Leave No4 stations TSKSSffiSl 1MbI II No Daily Ex Scud Aug i Dallya IP M Fr a 225 745 0 Lexington 1010 A05 5208M406 023 Stanton 828 438485 954 Natural Bridge tOt 401 1008 Torrent02 847 8266J5 al OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MIHI Ex SundI No DallyEx No 449 747 No Best v11Mb A M Lve II rIIBO 285 n25 O K Junction 885 1126 to 848 U8 Wilhurnt 4l7 1152 itJU74J 122 Holechawa 518 1228 7J5 105 Cannel City 545 1245 27t fr and will make close connection at O t K Junction with 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Builuay M L CONLEY Superintendent JR BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager GPA