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W VBIS THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTI OED A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 4I9C14 NO 3U itWHEREABOUTS DISCOVERED cl A young man by the name of Albert Pomering who was collec tion clerk for the National Branch Bank of this city and the carrier of the Roundabout for the South Side route disappeared from home about a month ago leaving no traco j behind This week it was discovered that he was in Louisville and was employed in a restaurant in that city His family have been very much distressed at his dhap pearance POST OF SPANISH WAR VET ERANS ORGANIZIKGI The soldiers of the SpanishAmer ican War in this city are organiz ing a Post of War Veterans They already have quite a nice list of names of those who participated in that war who will form a of- the proposed Post Let every solI dier deem it a matter of pride and duty to join this SHUT ganlzatlonI Tile Old Crow Distillery of W A Gaines k Co and the O F C Distillery of the Geo T Co have shut down for StaggI son This leaves only two leries yet in operationthe Taylor and the Geo Baker a DAMAGED BY ELECTRICAL STORM The electrical storm of Sunday night last did a very considerable amount of damage to the telephone wires and boxes in this city One company had 110 telephones thrown out of business besides other dam age The other had some 40 instruments rendered useless besides a IIlarge number of wires damaged THANKS We have been placed under obli gations to our old colored friend Levi Berry for n box of splendid homeraised strawberries They were delicious Uncle Levi has the nicest and freshest vgetables to be had this season and he is selling them every day in the market If ypu want nice and fresh vegetables give him notice and he will supply you POSTPONED TO JUNE 10TH At their meeting on Monday the Capitol Commission postponed the selection of an architect and the adoption of plans for the new building until Friday June 10th COCIENCEMENII Interesting Program for Closing Exorcises of Frankfort City Schools r The following is the program of the closing exercises of the Frank fort P uhlio Monday SchoolsIgarten will have its exercises and annual picnic at ten oclock On Tuesday June 7th the First Year High School seventh and eighth grades will have their clos ing execrises in the chapel of the High School at 880 p m On Tuesday June 7th the pupils of the sixth fifth and fourth grades will have their closing exercises in the chapel at 10 a m On Tuesday June 7th the Second Year Entertainment will be held in the Opera House at 800 p m On June 8th the pupils of the third second and first grades will hold their entertainment in the chapel at 030 a m On Tuesday June 8th the Commencement Exercises will take place at the Opera House at 815 p m Judge E C ORear will make the address to the graduating class after which the diplomas will ne awarded to those having completed the course of the Frankfort High School COVE SPRING PARK The McKee Stook Co will open the amusement season at Cove Spirng Park tomorrow Sunday afternoon with the play of Rip VanWinkle to be followed in the evening by Sweethearts of Old VirginiaStreet cars will convey those wishing to attend right into the Park GOOD MANY MEN LAID OFF Owing to the suspension of nearly all the distilleries in this district a large number of internal revenue officers have been laid off by Col leotor S J Roberts FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives be sent on re qupst Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli oiled Write today or our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway Now York City LAIRD SCHOBER a OS OXFORDSI We have received tho full r spring line of these cele hinted OXFORDS We have them in Patent t Leather the new Christy I Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cos shoes are the finest made RrK SONr212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT K- YiTh lW7r MARSHAL ARRESTED BY U S Deputy U S Marshal Rousseau True arrsted Miss Myrtle Lee of Lexington on Friday and brought her to the jail in this city charged with improper use of the U S mail I It is charged that Miss Lee at tempted by letter to entice a young girl living in London away from her home Postal Inspector G B Spear worked up the case and swore out the warran- tLATERMiss Lee was held in 300 bond to the U S errand jury Cantt be perfect health without pure blood Burdock Blood Bit ters makes pure blood Tones and invigorates the whole system BADLY HURT By the giving away of a railing upon the back porch of her resi dence on Friday afternoon Mrs M J Meagher was precipitated to the ground a distance of some fif teen feet alighting on her right shoulder and head The right shoulder blade was broken in three places the collar bone was broken and a gash cut in the right side of her head She was otherwise badly shaken up Surgical attention was at once renderedThe wonder is that Mrs Moagher was not instantly killed FAMILY REUNION Miss Lucy Pattie our efficient County School Superintendent and her sister Miss Lou had a family reunion at the old homestead near the Stewart Home this week In addition to the home folks there were present Mr S J Zeigler and wife nee Mary Brown Pattie and Mr Coleman n Pattie jr of St Louis Mo MrQ S J Glanton and son Paul of Burnside and our own Mr Wm Pattie the delightful tenor singerThese good people had a delight ful old time gathering GREAT TIME All of those who went from hereto Frankfort to attend the recent meeting of the Knights Templar are outspoken in their praises of the entertainment afforded them by tho good people of that city A com mon expression among tho fortu nato ones is that no State Com maudery was ever bettor enter tamed and that no other city of the State can ever hope to outdo tho Capital City in this regard Anderson News REVENUE TAXES Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts has collected internal revenue taxes for the month of May as fol lows 2M2 barrels 80470010 tax gallons amount of tax IIH4IiIi SUMMER COMPLAINT Is not always brought about by change of air and water The stay athomes are just as susceptible fo diarrhoea duo generally to overeating as unripe fruits etc and ell iou water all accom parried by painful bowel discharges and if not checked results se riously Perry Davis Painkiller is the only purely reliable remedy 25 anti 50c- GAME WARDENSLAW NOW IN FORCE County Judge Jas H Polsgrovo hue appointed tha following gentle men as Fish and Game Wardens for the county Chas E Noonan City W Linton Tanner City F Morgan Brawner City Weldon South Forks of Elkhorn Alex Thomas Switzer Miko Hogan Duckers Frank Bacon Peaks Mill The new law providing severe penalties for dynamiting seining or trapping fish went into olloot on Wednesday last Juno 1- stdA5iwrdRIA Bhct f KENTUCKY SOCIErYI Sons of tho American Revolution Louisville Ky May 1904 Dear Sir and Compatriot It is the earnest desire of tho Officers and Members of this Society to enlarge its membership un til it shall include every worthy man in the State who may be eligi ble thereto We therefore bespeak your kind offices to aid us in this matter for we have no doubt but that you know a number of gentle men who are eligible to our mem bership and whom you would be glad to recommend Kentucky was originally settled almost entirely by men who fought in the Revolution and whose descendants now living in the State today num ber thousands To these men in no small measure is due the high standard of manhood that has characterized the citizens of this State and made her one of the foremost of the sisterhood of StatesTo keep alive the memories of these men and the principles for which they fought and dedicated their lives the Society of Sons of the American Revolution was or ganized and has always labored And in many of the States tho society has been able to contribute in no small measure to a healthy growth of public patriotism and higher citizenship By marking the scenes of Revolutionary events by placing the official marker over the graves of publicntlonpore and data and by offering prizes to the youth of the country for his toric papers thus encouraging the study of the history of the nation the society has accomplished much But in Kentucky whichI has perhaps the largest per cum at population of Revolutionary descent of any State in the country the interest feems but small for we have less than one hundred members while some of the State Societies have over fifteen hundred members Although this is true this society has done some good wcrk considering the limited means at our disposal still there is much that the society might do if we had a larger membership and a greater interest There are many places of historic note in the State that should be marked with a suitable memorial Throughout the State in public and private graveyards are the uncaredfor resting places of Revolutionary heroes men and others less noted famousI less worthy who gave tune strength and health to aid inI establishing this nation These graves are today unmarked and many of them will never be discovered hut to mark with the official marker such as can be lo ted is one of tho desires of this society And last hut by no means least this society wishes to encourage the study of tho history of the country espe cially that of the Colonial and Revolutionary periods with the causes that hut our forefathers to separate from tho mother country and to this end it has ottered prizes to time youth of tho State for the best essays on historic subjects and only a lack of funds ills prevented ainoie generous distribution of such prizes With an increased m iibers hip wo can tlo many of the tilings hero outlined and our willingness is only limited by our ability and to this end wo ask your cooperation to increase our momburshi If you will take a few moments of your valuable time to see such gentlemen as on would recom mend for nininhorship tor write to thom and hand thorn a copy of tho Constitution which we are sending you wo have no doubt but that you could secure a numlwr of desirable now members for till Society And wo assure you that as far as the means of tho Society Will permit wo will do our towards tho objects we have indicated It will be hiuhly gratifying to all tho officers und memiiers to have those gentlemen who base dropped out of the Society return to it and join with us in trying to fulfill the purposes for which time Society was oragnued as wo havo outlined it The Secretary or Registrar will informationsdesiring to join time Sooioty Very respectfully THOS POE GRANT M D PII 11 P TIIA INA LL A LLIN BEN LnliliEti Committee CRAMPS DYSENTERY CHOL ERA M OR BUS Diarrhoea and indeed all bowel complaints quickly relieved rorr Davis Painkiller safe Rure and speedy cure for all the troubles named Every reputable druggist keeps a supply Each bottle hay full directions Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25c and oOc WHITE GOODS Thousands of yards of the- Beautlrul White Materials For Makin- gDresses Waists and SkirtsIN Madras Clot- hMercerized j Goods Etc We are giving SPECIAL at tention this season to the materials suitable for Commencement t You may hunt the city over and you will not find such values as we ore offering in r French Nainsook Paris Muslins Wash Chiffons OrgandiesPersian Lawns India Linen Etc 1argeICall and see our goods- C KAGIN BRO No 4143 St CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE OFFICERS OF KNIGHTS OF PlIYTHFAS Dexter Lodge No 54 Knights of Phythias elected time following gentleman as officers for tho ensu ing torn on Friday night C CV C Mnrslwll V CW II Watts Prolate T Reading Jr M of VJohn Fuss M of Ewon Cromwell M of 11 R Elliott- K R SLce A Owen M at AI P Brown 1 GW H McMurtry O GH Davis Halrod J H Polsgrove and Luo A Owen were elected Representatives to Grand LodgCIOLD JUDGE SHUTS DOWN rho Old Judge Distillery the property of Mr S C Herbst located two miles west of this city on the N railroad suspended operations for tho season of 19034 on Monday last- GRAVES DECORATED I- tIhe members of Albert G Bacon Post G A R and the German Benevolent Association together with a large number of ladles turned out on Monday afternoon notwithstanding the inclement weather and beautifully decorated the groves of their dead in pur cemetery APERS0NAL= Mrs Frank H Johnson is visit ing rehitivis in Philadelphia Pen e Mr T H Hut Crockett spout Sim Kltiy in Louisville Mr Jon LoCmnptp of Lexington spent Sunday in this city IiGI1I1 X P Hays went to Lex ington Tuesday Hun Lewis McQnown of How J ding Groan was here this weep Mrs Stun J Sahckh ford wont Louisville Thursday morning Dr W W Huvhos of Christians Hiirn was in tho city Wednesday Mr Balph R Wilson marie a business trip to Cincinnati tit week Mrs Minns Williams loft Tues day for St Louis Mo to visit her sister Mrs A J Pickens and daughter of Marion worn guests of Mr W S Morris and wife this week Col W H i ewhnll of Louis ville was the guest of Maj IJCZNorman on Friday Mr no M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of Ii mother Mrs W T Scott Mr Richard K McOlure Jr re turned last week from Weathers ford Texas Dr A A Bailey of Eastern lunatic Asylum Lexington vis ited relatives hero this week Mrs Win Cromwell and Mis JNarr Xunn are visiting friends a Burling Green hnj3beenhas returned home Col Dick Baker of Forks of Elk horn who has been in St Louis Mo has returned homo guesoft Sunday Mrs Gilbert H Mastin and chit visitrrt Mr Charles Proelil of Louis villa spent Sunday at his old home tin this city- JJutlge W F Hall of Harlan was tinCourtCol Jno K Todd of Shelbyville thCourt e Mr D M McHenry and daugh frumFrencht Attorney A F Byrd of Win r uponthehMr Finley E Fogg of West Liberty was here on business in the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Mr Thomas L Walker the clevertAssistant Postmaster at ton was in the city Wednesday y Mrs S T Glanton and son Paul at Burnside are guests of Miss Lucy Pattie near Farmdale Mr W S McAlphine of the local U S Engineers Office has been transferred to Ford Ky Mr Arthur Scott of St Louis Mo Is at home for a visit to his lather Col Jas A Scott Mr Thomas Heffner spent Tues day acid Wednesday of this week H in Louisville on business vsCol Jack P Chinn of Harrods haiR was the guest of his son Mr C J Morgan Chinn this week Mrs Robt M Bergman and son he of Irvine arp guests of her parents Capt 1 T West and w- ifeCllr Price M Talyor of St Louis IMo is visiting his mother in this Frank G Stagg made a busi at ness trip to Cincinnati yesterday Mrs n B Taylor left yesterday for Rockville Comm to visit her daughterMiMr I in Georgetown for several days re turned home Wednesday Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee of JudgetMr Archie Smither who has been playing base ball at Hender son returned home Saturday Mr Claude Scottow has accepted ft position with an ice factory in Louisville and gone there to reside Mr Jos C Hubbard commercial evangelist for the Frankfort Shoe Factory is at home for a visit Miss Sammye Kolloman of Clin ton Mo is the guest of her cousin Mrs Sam 1 Shack leford Mrs Jacob McEwen of Colum bus 0 is tho guest of Mrs Kate Williams at Highland Home Mr Z J Montgomery of tho Frankfort Shoe Cu has returned from a trip east Mrs Uen1U Millar and children have gone to Michigan to spend the rlsululnor Judget J C iotmcityfTburSdty was in ti on business in the Court of Appeals Mr Win Pattie our fine young Ie tenor singer is at human time guost of a IhlH aunt Miss Lucy Iattio near Farmdale this week 1 t Lexingtonof his iHphw Mr Samuel D Todd Mr Lewis IIHlcIof Lnnsdalo Ark was ialled here by the death of his btothor Mr Samuel D Todd Air T Tiuokp of Chili otlw Ohio was culled here by tho death of his hrothorlnlawi Mr Sinn n Todd Mr Paul Swain tho now V IfC A Secretary camo here TUPS thetoDr Paul South who has boon living at Springfield has accepted a positnn as pharmacist hero and returned home Is11i Josephine Kavanangh wont to Carrollton yesterday to attendthe Womens Missionary Meeting of Kentucky Conference Mrs C1 Nugent went to Mr Sterling Thursday to visit her son Mr CJ Nugent jr wife and child Col Tao McD Ross n former political boss of Lexington was oonllnelldnlloang IsMr Coloman D Pattie jr of St Louis Mo was tho guest of his aunt Miss Lucy Pattio this week near Farmdale daugtiterDfissHollins Institute Ya whore Miss Alice graduated Miss Eunice Kennoy who has Coltt the vacation Mrs Helen McClure who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Jas A Hodges in Louisvlle re turned homo Friday night Mrs C1 Nugent returned Friday afternoon from a four months stay in New Orleans very much improved in health Mr Luther F Violett of Burn parentsHon g week Mr E J Coleman of Louis ville spent Sunday hero the guest of his daughter Mrs Thomas P Mary 1 Kehoo of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of Miss Mary Belle Taylor at Thistle ton has returnd home Mrs J H HazeJrigg and laugh tel Miss Elizabeth who have heat at Estill Springs have rotate home Mr Mason B Barrett of vllle spent Sunday and Monday inIthis city the guest of his Mrs W F Barrett Mr S J Zieglor and wife nee Pattie of St Louis MOrnre Visiting Misses Lucy and Lou Pat ie near Farmdale Judge W E Settle who has been attending the Cumberland PresbyI terian General Assembly las Texas has returned home Mrs Fannie f Thompson who I lots been the Dest of Mrs H P Mason at Jetfcsv returned home I Sunday evening Mr Arthur Foster and wife nee Miss Lou Cannon of Louisville were in the city Wednesday the truest of her brotfiwrsv Messrs Jno and Frank Cannon TbeenA for the past two years left Wednesday for Louisville where becomes Divlsiem Superintendent of the Y M A Gen Fayette Hewitt Mr D W Lindsey jr Mr J Gray MeLmin = Bscaredington Episcopal Diocesan Council Newport this week Rev A B Chinn Mr Marshall Mr Hugh R McKoeVI Mr Jno B Lindsey Miss Mary Mrs Sallie Greenough iss Florence Barrett Miss Carrie SeIbert Miss Ispbel Lindsey Miss Cordelia Kendall and Miss Jacque- Elltt anger attended a ConVentlonsr the Episcopal port this week GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from TJthoever made in the Blue Grass State eculd not remedy bad liver or the the hundredandono ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits a had liver at the sumo timew trtiouhappy and hopeful bright of eye light of stop vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put utIngGreonsest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion Jt has is boon a favorite household remedy for over thirtylive years August Plotter will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spitlestsThu Trial size 2e regular Ac Ill druggists lyr all A little lifo may ho sacrificed sudtlen attack of croup if toI dont nave Dr Thomas il Oil on hand tom tIme emergency l oN y Chi 7 is t t i I 1rfijW H t51 I BHESii I 00 I nll I qln7i rfl OjNJ II i I I t luJ rr y II llYn FOR SALE BY M A SE L B E RT LEADING JEWELERi i RLPL11t1VKXTIOX 10Chlcligoroute for delegates alternates nod visit ors to the Republican National Convert extendedbygo to join truth share their arrangements on the Motion Route 821 p in train UnionStntlonround trip sleeping car berth if wanted i2 Tickets should bo purchased from trillbeandllouou29AddressRoute Louisville for berth reservations on official train orfor other information THIS IS rresidentiai Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY AIfliUU R REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM IssuestheSend 35 cents for a copy by mall GQURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY y a Special Arrangement you can get EEKLY COURIER and theIkokh one year This Is for cash subscriptions only AU- bscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the Roundabout office genuineLaxativeremedy that onrr n cold In one dry Mothors lose their dread for that terrible second suimnnr hen they have Dr Fowlers Ex act of Wild Strawberry in time o Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort REVOLUTION IMMINENT- A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system norvojsrosK sleeplessness o r stomach upsets Electric litters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate tho Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Livor anil clarify tho blood Run down systems bonufitted particularly and the usual attending aches van ish under its searching anti thor ough effectiveness Electric Bit tors is only and that is returned it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by all druggists n SELLS DOWNS CIRCUS FII A N KFOBJ UN 15TH 1JI04 For time above occasion the Frank fort Io Cincinnati H will sell round trip tickets to FJIIJIIfort at one fare for tho round trip front all sta inson A special train for tho accommo dition of patrons will leave Frankfort at f p in running through to Georgetown- S E HUTTON General Passenger Agent A PUBLIC SALE Monday June 5th between 10 and 8 oclock at the courthouse dour the beautiful twostory resi dence on the corner of Third timid Steele streets will be sold to tho highest bidder The house is newly pn pored and repaired has till modern improvements it con tains four bed rooms dressing room parlor dining room batji room and kitchen good cellar Attic over entire house The small house and lot on Steele street reaching back as fur as the alley will bo included in the sale June 4tt CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- dSignature of Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroy them Horse Timers Chronographsi FiveMintzteRepeaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY tillflu SELBERT Leading Jeweler Hr tadys Condition low crs are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prince condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gay A t t I w liatksuYidney IforSMALL AS A PILL t EASIER TO TAKE lTwo dotes give relief and one box ril cure any ordinary case of Kidney or J Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel euros Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and irregularitiesboth men and women Sold nt cents per box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of rtadisonStreetDafyatcafter trainReturning arrive Week 830 rSundays ooo PM Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip Excurtlons WeekDaYISunday a delightful two days trip only 9aoo meals oad berth extra Spuetat Rattj 10 SociilifJ Close connections at Detroit with steam era for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc For further see nearest- Railroad Agent or write 0 f TrHgr WH GOLDEHOfAfJL e a J W Gayle does not hesitates to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to his friends and customers In digestion causes more ill health t Ithenewel health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use C 0 TIME TAIILL SOUTH Lexington rrunkiort Shelbyville it LonlsTllle NORTHI Sheloyvllo Louisville Frankfort Lexington r CH 820 901I 1018 d00 928 1116r N PL 619 700tft 1 o fr It =800 790LlJ rI KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrlcoFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all TROUEjk1B1v p a 4rBIRTM3 1DOWNING In this city on Tuesday to Mr Jero J Downing and wife a daughter weight 10 pounds Helena est FUGAZJ5T In this city on Tues day to Mr C Fugazi and wife a son weight 8 pounds SPALDING In tills city on Saturday May 28th 1904 to Mr ri Thomas Spalding and wife I daughter weight 8 pounds nI CLARK In this city on Thurs day to Mr Frank D Clark and itwife a daughter A STRONG HEART Is assured by perfect digestion Indigestion swells the stomach and puffs it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpi tation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspesia Cnre thef1heart and restores it to n full per formance of its functions naturally Kodol increases the strength by enabling the stomach and digestive to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tis sues nil of the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestive organs Sold by J W Gayle MT PLEASANT CHURCH SUPPER The ladies of Mt Pleasant Bap tist Church Stedmantown will give a strawberry and ice cream supper afc the residence of Mr Al beit G Jelfers on Tuesday night next June 7th- Everybody is invited to attend and assured of a pleasant evening A FRIGHTENED HORSE Running like mad down the street d dumping the occupants or a hun dred other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to have a relhiblo Salvo handy and theres none as good as Buck lens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disap pear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at all druggists RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Adopted at the last meeting of e Capital Trudge No6 r O O F To tho Noble Grand Officers and Members of Capital Lodge No I O 0 F Your Committee appointed on the demise of Mrs Mar 3J garet MoEnnis the dear old mother jour worthy host W W McEn nis begs leave to submit the foJ lowing report viz Mrs MoEnnis was bow in Mor ristown Pa She was married to- Mr Michael MoEnnis in her sh teerith year She was the affec tionate mother of nine children five of whom survive her three sons and two daughters She died J Jon the 16th of May at the ripe old 1 age of 76 years She had been nI great sufferer for several years t bore her affliction with the forti i tude of a true Christian She wi s r a good neighbor a devoted friend Soand kind hearted to every one ever ready and willing when her fail ing health would permit to help I any one who needed assistance t therefore be it- t Resolved That this Lodge tenders to our worthy host Bro W W Mc Ennis and his sisters and broth r our deepest sympathy in the death of their dear old mother I 2d That a copy of this preamble and resolution be sent to our brother W W MoEnniR as a token of our sympathy for him in his sor- rowkG and that a copy be furnished the Roundabout for publication All of which is submitted in F L and T W S DEHONEY L S GRAHAM CHAS KEEMAN tCommitteeLit iOn1 one remedy in tho world that at once stop itchiness of 1 the skin In any part of the body r Bonns Ointment At any drug store 5o cents r at A DANGEROUS DESCENT oolbardr VadertalcfS of Two u 41IReckless daring is so often displayed by workmen whose daily labors place them in positions of danger that those who have to deal with them are aston ished at no feat of bravado Mr Frank Skinner gives in McClures Magazine an instance of this daring on the part of men who were engaged in replacing the Niagara suspension bridge It happened that so many valuable tools were dropped from the bridge that some of the more careless losers were discharged Consequently when one day a man dropped a wrench 200 feet to the waters edge he foolishly descendingIhandover hand on a steeply d thin wire cable nearly 500 feet long He had no sooner started on his insane exploit than a rival out of sheer bravado essayed to descend an ad jacent rope After going a few feet they both realized the almost impossi ble nature of the journey they had un dertaken and tried to return It could not be done and the only chance deIIions that human muscles could not en dure the increasing strain of that long passage downward The foreman shouted instructions interspersed with violent abuse the object of which was to divert them from the fright that added to their danger By what seemed almost a miracle both men held on until they had crossed the water Then one of them dropped safely into a tree top The other finally gave out and fell a con siderable distance to the ground Both however escaped practically un hurt VERY COMPLIMENTARY Miss Alice Farmer daughter of Mr W S Farmer graduated at Hollins Institute Va this week and was one of three young ladies out of over 200 who had honorable mention by the President from the stand This is a nice compliment to an exceedingly nice girl We congratulate her- PHENOMENAL MEMORIES A Noted fro4cnf1t Who Could at Oaae Revolt the llama of MOOO Plant Many of the greatest men have had phenomenal memories Caesar knew the names of thousands of soldiers in his legions A modern man of science often has a prodigious memory for special terminology Prof Asa Gray assured me says Prof E S Hol den in Harpers Magazine that he could at once recall the names of something like 25000 plants Prof Theodore Gill can do the same for fishes Our memory for mere worda is itself much more extensive than is generally admitted The average welltodo child of two years of age has a vocabulary of some 500 words and its father may have the com mand of 20000 more The 10001 verses of the KigVedu have for 3000 years been accurately preserved in the memories of the Brahmins Not one Brahmin alone but thousand can today recite it word for word Thousands of Mohammedans like wise know the Koran by heart M all learned Chinese know their classic books The chiefs of Polynesia can land do repeat hundreds of thousandd in their genealogies taking1 days and even weeks for the recitation Hundred of pianists can play all day and many days by mem ory and I have myself eeen Von Bue aymiva have a visualizing memory while arithmetical prodigies may have any one of the three or a combination of all a hc LsatsnBat vis hot ben trying the Am r lean lococaotiY and likes it all ae- ept its unearthly screech Our etv Riots are somewhat vociferous but they teed to be in order to give fair warning of their swift approach It was an American engineer who told of the exploit of a locomotive of which he once had charge that it ran so fast that it reached the station ahead of the sound of its whistle which came along a second or two after the train had stopped Troy Times FIGHT WILL lib I TTER Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kintrs Now Discovery for Consumption will have a lung and bitter tight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T sayListtom of consumption Sun took Dr Kings Now Discovery after everything else had failed Improve ment came at once and four hut ties entirely cured her11 Guaranteed hy all druggists Price 50 and 1100 Trial bottles free l- r1 J j THE KENTUCKY CHAUTAU QUAJTNE 28 TO JULY 8 IJhe eighteenth annual session of Ohautanqun will bo at its old homo at Woodland Part Lexington June 28 to July 8 both dotes inclusive The loyalty of the people of Kentucky to this splendid educational en torpriso through all tho years of its history has been exceedingly gratifying and the largo guarantee which tidy quickly and generously mane to perpetuate it was a beau isIwith such high aims capable of accomplishing so much of real good for both young and old should be permitted to pass out of existence The city of Lexington has goner ously offered the park for the an nual session of the Chautauqua and it will be put in first class condition for the meeting The program fully up to the high standard of past years has heen Duldsonthowho during the Inst ten years has so endeared himself to the patrons of the Chautauqua His largo Chau tauqua experience and his wile acquaintance with platform celeb rities the country over gives him rare opportunity to get the best in every line The program of tho present year will be superior in many respects to anything which has been re cently offered It Is certain to in sure a very large attedance and awaken unbounded enthusiasm NOTED MEN ON PLATFORM A tong the lecturers may be men Richmond Pearson Hob- son The Hero of the Merimao who has won wide fame as a lecturer and w ho has probably drawn larger audiences in recent years than any man on the platform He is an exceptionally fine talker Crowds flock to see and hear him Captain Jack Crawford The poetscout is one of the most picturesque men on the platform and now recognized everywhere ns one of the best entertainers in the lyceum bureau His thrilling experiences are told with fine dra matic effect and he is a great success Dr Thomas E Green Tho Episcopalian has made him self easily one of the first lecturers on the American platform His success at Lexington a year ago was so pronounced that there is great demand for his return He has more Chautauqua engagements this year than any man on the platform Dr Eugene tray The noted traveler author and lecturer will be heard with delight- In literarary lines George Wilis Cooke OfiJBoston biographer of Emerson one of the most scholarly and entertaining men on the platform Professor P lL Pearson In his delightful lecturerecitals will greatly satisfy and please An interesting event of the Assembly will be the coming of Miss Clara Morris Americas best known emotional actress whose lecture on U Behind the Footlights has proved one of the distinct triumphs of the plat form Last year at Chautauqua N Y it was beyond question the hit of the entire season In lighter vein for the making of happy and entertaining evenings some rare novelties have been se cured thong them Eugene Laurant The famous magician who this year travels with a company of three people and carries 1800 pounds of baggage with many elaborate and beautiful stage deco rationsMr Charles T Grilly The famous reader and impers ator is certain to captivate all who hoar him He will be aecdn paniod by Mr Van Veachton Rogers Americas most celebrated harpistCIAlton Packard The well known crayon artist and cartoonist will be heard in two of his delightful lectures Ho is one of the most versatile and interest lug men on the platform The Lexington Military Band Led by ProfH A Saxton will furnish two concerts daily The music will be of the highest possi ble order including two famous I This I Kodol I supplies the natural Juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs IaIIin IImous Kodol DyspepMurc Your Dealer Can Supply timesthePrepared by C DeWITT 4 drugIgIstmale quartettes and soloists of na tional reputation Negotiations are pending for a great Fourth of July celebration Some speakers of national reputation will be se cured For the Little Folks For the benefit of the little peo ple who always have such happy times at the Kentucky Chautauqua large plans will be made for their entertainment and if the negotiations which are now pending carry through there will be for their entertainment two appearances of Riccabones Trained Horses and Dogs It is one of the most inter esting and wonderful performances known to the platform and will be thoroughly in keeping with the high purpose of tho work of the Assembly which is not only to furnish uplift to the people but entertainment wellDr M Parkhurst So well beloved In Kentucky and so thoroughly capable in his line of work will have charge of the BibI heal Exposition and of the after noon Institute and Church Con gress There will be interesting gather ings of the W C T U Womans Clubs Equal Rights Association Daughters oi the Confederacy and many other prominent national organizations The detailed illustrated program will be published at a very early day and may bo had on applica tion to Claude Buckley Manager Lexington Ky Camping on the Grounds Large plans will be made this year for camping en the grounds Tents with full equipment can be rented cheaply This is an ideal way for spending an outing and there is no more delightful place for camping than at beautiful Woodland Park Mr Claude Buckley who in the early days was identified with the management of the Kentucky Chau tauqua will have charge again this year and can be addressed concerning all mattorsof information Lexington Ky Dr Weavers Syrup purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the skis EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS TRADE MARKSI sending a sketch and description may i ascertain our opinion an Invention probably JlAtentnbl9 Cmmunlea- tloneetrlctlyconadenttal D on Patents eecurlnRpatenteiatenta Ietpteial notice without charge lathe Scientific jftierican handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of an sclentlOo journal Terms t newsdealereMUNN i ORLDSFAIR- 8UllllllR SHORr LIN HI N RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the z WORLDS nil Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ringDining a dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis 1y1SleeperAll trains make close connection withWabnslthe Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will be an nounced soon Lexington AgentLexington a DlstriotPassengerLouisville Ky GenerabPassenger some womaN i FRom THIS COUNTY WILL GO TO THE WORLDS FAIRtAT ST LOUIS ON A FREE TRIPAfTHE CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE This well known and great newspaper will send 150 women on a special train for a two weeks tour and renders of the Daily and Sunday Cincinnati Commercial Gazettepinsent us ANY WOMAN CAN GO For particulars read a copy of the Commercial Tribune or write for blanks and further information to THE WORLDS TOUR EDITOR Care CommercialTribunef Cincinnati Ohi- of1aHktO11GQiflfl21 flu 1 rLocalIn Effect January 11 1904 j t tio84 IAM DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY PM NotB 2 ILv D Frankfort Ar 7200010 Summit 12 Elkhorn 06 03 6 58 IStamping Ground 6 42 29 6 n241 7851Johnson 110 35 247 i 6 29 2 5 25 II Newtown a Centerville9 59 65II8 8 30 Ar ParisLvi 9 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q NU Connects at Paris Union CentralbConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN CINCINNATrVu P M AMIIA MIPM 2 W hr Frankfort Ar3 Lv Georgetown Ar110 0 25 610 Ar wl 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS PM P M 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 2 t Geo Warts etown 1 g = Ar Cincinnati Lv 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 5 Alll 25A 730P 47P AILFr8kfut 626P a 25P 8 LI 9 aOAB42P 6 LIP LI 09A 245P 8 15P A Maysville L 46A115P ACynthlana L 502P 7 SP 54P L I65P6 A Cincinnati 55pGE- O B HARPER SAMUEL E HUlTONfPres and Genl Supt A yr Tne Frank oril3oundanoa r Entered nt the postollioe Itt Frankfort tucky us secondclass inailable matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 4 190 4 REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assignments of internal revenue store koepe and gaugers in this divis ion of the Seventh Distriot for the month of June as made by Col leotor S J Roborts Storekeepers J E Hanrahan to Ky Rive Dstiillery No2 B N Webster to Ky River Die tillery No2 additional C H Wickliffe to Ky River Dis tillery No2 additional Geo T Mount joy to Ky River Distillery No2 additional Gaineys John M Stevenson to W A Gaines Co No 4 additional- I T West to W A Gaines Co No4 additional A B Piper to W A Gaines d Co No4 bottling- C 11 Kash to W A Gaines Co No4 additional W T Crosthwait to S J Green hart No9 B S Drake to S J Greenabum No9 additional C H Tnlbott to S J Greenbaum No 9 bottling David Harp to S J Greenbaum No9 additional- S D Pinkerton to E 1r Babbitt No 82 G W McConnell to E1 Bab bitt No 82 additional Jas G Brawnerto George Baker No Wm P Bacon to Geo Baker No 33 additional E B Davis to George Baker No 33 meal room A V Combs to Gee Baker No 33 night C N Wiard to John Coohran Co No 37 W H Sneed to Jno Coohran Co No 37 additional and bot Cling W S Lyne to Labrot Graham No 62 P G Powell to Labrot Gra ham No 62 additional and bot tling W A Hamilton to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 J M Withrow to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 additiona- L R Diggs to E H Talyor Jr 0 Sons No 53 meal room Win M Salfell to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 63 additional L L Lemaster to E H Talyor Jr Sons No 53 bottling- P S Rule to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 night Raphael Strauss to W A Gaines Co No 106AJ O Kali to W A Gaines Co No 106 additional W B Anderson to W A Gaines Co No 106 additional Z J Phelps to W A Gaines Co No 106 addiional Amos GriiUths to W A Gaines k Co No 106 bottling 4 E F Darnaby to Geo T Stagg Co No 113 R D Grant to Geo T Stag Cc No 100 additional W h Baker to Geo T Stagg Co No lOG bottling 7 StorekeoperGaugers W D Blanding to S C Herbst No 11 Gus Whitehouse to W J Frazier No Bnckner McElroy to J J M Sailell No 91 Speed F Owen to J N Blake more No 50 S P Willis to Haynes Trundle No 105 Gaugors H T Gaines to Ky River Distillery No 2 John Cochran Co No 87 J P William rmtillor F D Clark tu W A Gaines Co No4 W A Gaines Cur No Ion 1r G ONoill to H1 Greon baum No K M Babbitt No 82 Jno Stephanie to 00 Baker No 88 Gen T Stagg Co No 118 j AI ltiii4 Scotts ishould continue the treatment weather smaller dose f and a little cool milk with It will with any objection 0which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during tho heatedseason Send for free sample druggistsJ York iJli I Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor fag it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that earsImorphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now who point with scorn at morphine using how could when in thingthatdeadygrasp monUsOhhabit I resolved then and there to quit it anysuchnotice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlespersonscured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to it for the benefit of the- sufferingMATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION The following are the committees having the proper celebration of the 4th of July in charge FINANCE COMMITTEE Geo L Payne Chairman W A How ard and John Cassell This com mittee shall solicit funds to be ex pended in this behalf collect same and pay over to the treasurer all funds by them so collected INVITATION COMMITTEE Judge HazelrigK Chairman J A Soott and Frank Chinn The duties of this committee nre to invite pub lie speakers to address the assem bly and to extend such other invi tations looking toward the success of the occasion including invita tions to the State officials members of the Legislature Congressmen and Senators and corporate bodies and citizens of neighboring towns and counties COMMITTEE ON PROGRAM Rev Geo Darsie Chairman Geo B Harper Geo L Payne Judge Hazelrigg Geo Burnes M J Meagher Rev M B Adams Gen D W Lindsey Rev Dr Blayney G HStehlin Kenner Taylor D P TIEggleston duties of this committee shall be to arrange thu program and order of exercises COMMITTEE OX MUSICGeo Barnes Chairman Wayland Graham John Zeigler Jas Weathers Frank Stratton John Sower Goo F Berry Geo A Lewis TheI duties of this committee are to se cure necessary bands and to ar range choruses COMITTEE ON MILITARY M J Meaghor Chairman Capt Win Lutkemier Mervin Parrent Combs Furr Col Noel Gaines Gon Percy Holy The duty of this cOl1nuitteAI is to secure the form of all the military organiza tions of the State- COMITTEE ON PARADERev M B Adams Chairman Dr U V Williams A V Hi te R I Greene Frank Chinn H Lutko mier W G Simpson F V Gray R K McCluro H H Roberts Miss Liioy Pattle B G Williams L B Marshall W H Hugo W C Lutkemier S L Frogge W C Marshall Frank 1alley Aug Web tier Lyman Graham Con Nelson S W Howell John Sol bo it J P nfIparade LINE OFMARCH COMMITTKK Gen D W Lindsey Chairman Rev M B Adams Rev Goo Darsio and Yen Percy Haly fife dutifs of this Minmittot aru to se lect the line of march and to indi cato tilt order of formation COMMITTEE ON RELIGIOUS EXERCISES Dr Blnyney Chair man Father Tlios Major Rov M B Adams Rev Goo Darsiu Ho- C J Nugent Rev W Crowe Rov b f oitili LiI ABChinn and Rev TFTalisferro The duty of this committee is to arrange for prayer and benediction DECORATION COMAUTTEE Yell I1 Stohlin Cliairman Pruett Graham Geo A Lewis 8am Johnson Steely Reading W C Lutkomier I Davis Henry Ring gold Robert Jillson Charlie Keller Frank Koyes 1 W Marksbnry Tho duties of this cdmmittee are to decorate the grand stand and to in duce citizens to decorate places of businessCOMMITTEE ON CARRIAGES Kenner Taylor Chairman Jim Thompson Jas Darnell B Noel Lee Shelton B S Gaines Jas Tiohonor Eugene Scott The duties of this committee are to pro vide for conveyances for the dis tinguished guest- sPRINING AND ADVERTISING COMMITTEEDavid Davis Chairman John Selbort Dr U V Williams Jim Newman Jack Stuart J R Johnson The duties of this committee are to promote publicity and to attend to all de tails for printing and distribution SPEAKERS STAND COMMIT TEE Leo L Oberwarth Chair man Eugene Scott Wilder Dupuy Will Graham John Rumpf E M Wallace R B Frazier The duties of this committee are to contract for and supervise the building of the speakers stand- AMUSEMENT COMMITTEE Ben Marshall Chairman B G Williams Henry Lindsey W L Williams John B Dryden Alfred Slack D W Shedd A D Martin Leo Oberwarth W A Howard W S McAlpineRIVER B G Wil liams Chairman Henry Lindsey W L Williams Alfred Slack D W Shedd W S McAlpine FIRE WORKSJohn B Dryden Chairman David Davis Henry Elhranger Joseph Rupert and Goo ShawGUN TOURNAMENTJohn C Mastin Chairman Geo Schenkle Zaok Thomasson Geo Berry Geo Payne and John South BASE BALLJerry Downing Chairman Henry Craik Howard Johnson Ed Roberts and Paul Avis The duties of this committee are to provide amusements for the dayTRANSPORTATION COMMIT TEE Jas T Eggleston Chair man i S E Hutton Newt Abrams A V Hite J T Buckley and Stanley Stagg The duties of this committee are to arrange for re duced rates and special trains COMMITTEE ON BURGOO Ben Suter Chairman John C Noel R D Armstrong R C Hieatt Leo Buckley J C McDonald Harry Shaw Wash Crutoher Tom W Scott Bob Suter R L Scruggs Geo L Hannen C E Hoge Sam Mason Lee Penn Zach Church Duard Black Clar ence Julian Win Powers South Trimble Allen Hampton Albert letters Torn Jett W L Lyons and A C Henry BALL COMMITTEE G H Briggs Chairman Jack Dolan Capt W C Lutkemier J B Hen1 duck Will Olborman Jordon Hoge Ed Weitzel Lucien Burnam Dyke Hazolrigg Will Newman John Gayle S Johnson and E M DrydenMARSHALSChief Marshal Gen D W Lindsoy Assistants Hon S W Hater Judge W C Herndon Joseph Rodman Jr Howard Johnson Major W S De hmioy T Hiter Crockett Gilbert Mastin and Jas T Buford RECEPTIONCOMMITTEE Cromwell Pat Newman Sr Ken ner Taylor Ira Julian Jas Hoeue B G Woitzol Frank Stang loin Stactr E B Rodman W H Sneed juts Salfell Frank Huff W T Scott S D Johnson Jas T Bu ford J R Newton Eugene Hoge Russell W McRory Frank Hewitt M B McKinney Goo Salendor 11 K McClure J W Gaylo John Drlscoll T liner Crockott W H Posoy Henry BingoldIec Noonan John Cannon F Gray Tomb Brislan Jud Rrislun Frank Koyes Dennis McNamara W L left Coloy Whltohead fJC Norman Jr irJ S Collins E E Butane O N Smith John B Lindsey lohniW Rodman Grant Roberts Richard Dohonoy Capt Ed Drano Laruo Colonial J lJ Kennedy A Pilkington mil Haidi S Hoa ser Joe Woitzol W G Chapman Bu ford HendrUk H A Gnu tor Carl Kohr Con Collins Paul Sawyior Thos Avorill H Luscher W A Howard Lyman Graham Chus fHH1On EIPowerGoo A Lewis fiiii l iki J The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of and has been made under his per cMc sonalsupervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butrExperiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAiCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parergone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It rsubstanceand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the f Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 4 Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought IIn Use For Over 30 Years THCCT NW OUR PROTECTION I IS YOUR GAIND- o you believe we can afford to do you 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 TRIAL y Either in now work or painting or repairing and we are will ing to allow our work to advortiso 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 Frankfort every week will cull to see your SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas tJ IHEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hoof it will save ycu money and fete your fields so they will stay fenced J FRANK G STAGGSJ- PBCIAZ 1 AGBNT 1A f 3- j ia fitA Itl r NEXT WEEK I j SILIISHIRT WAIST SUITS and- SILK r WRAPS at- Special t RedueedPrices WHITE MADRAS FIGUREDP SCOTCH GINGHAMS Regular quality Specialsjn GOODS f New StockstkJ FARMER Shirt r i 75000In Cash Prizes will be given to per sons guessing nearest the total aggregate paid attendance at the Worlds Fair St Louis Mo DO YOU KNOW You can secure ONE GUESS and WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents Send 50 cents to this Paper DO IT NOW SS STAMPING GROUND Dr P H Crutohfleld of Henry county has purchased onehalf in terest in the drug store of Mr O N Jameson and has located in our town for the practice of medi pttysioIanOn afternoon a very heavy wind rain and thunderstorm visited this section about 430 p m The lightning was very vivid and sharp The barn of Mrs Frances Bond in the edge of town was struck by the electric current and desroyed There was a horse in the barn at the time but when the bolt struck the barn the door was burst open and the animal escaped A lot of feed was burned together with the barn The loss was some 4500 with 250 insurance In the debris a pocket knife was found with the inscription you cant lose me on the blade The recent rains have greatly benefitted the wheat oats and grass A season for setting out tobacco plants haq also been provided busyfwhich usually accompanies able seasons 11k Another fine rain visited this sec tion on Tuesday afternoon- Notwithstanding the gloomy pre dictions to the contrary there will be an abundant crop of small fruits AS well as peaches apples plums etc Deputy County Clerk W H Gatewood has been compelled to remain at homo this week on account of a rising in his ear UNO A COSTLY MISTAKE Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake hut youll never bo wrong If you take Dr Kings Npw Life Pills for Dyspep sin Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25o at all druggists BUILDING1IL Mr W Arthur Howard has arranged to build a handsome briik business house on the corner of k High and Holmes streets with modern tints above suitable for family residences Mr Howard is also arranging to- build several on his lots qIon Holmofe street THE FORKS OF ELKHOHN KINGS DAUGHTERS t Will givo a Deception from 4 to it p m nt their Home at Forks of JiUUhorn Saturday Juno 11th Every one invited to attend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Ir Weavers Syrup nUll Cernte Successful treatment for blood and akin diseases 1 Value 15c for lOco Neat effects Value 15c for 10- eGENUINE 60c 20c Some DRESS away THE Snnduy cottages 1 ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending June 4 1901 Allen Mrs W S Baxter J H Berry James Bryan Jno C Boarden Lime Barnett Mr Bridge Contractor Dowering Mrs Kate Fletcher Judge Lamar Fields Miss Carrie Garret Frank Gardner Susie Hawkins Garfield MaryLukins Lewis Sam McKee Miss Hettje Mathews Sam Moore Mrs MollieiMadison A HarryTravis Talley J C Wilkin Snm- Wltherspooll Holliday When calling for these letters please say advertised E M DRANE P M Tisnt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil in the house Nover can tell what mo tent an accident is going to hap pen TO DELIVER AN ADDRESS Rev M B Adams will deliver an address to the graduating class of Georgetown College on Tuesday June 7th on the theme liThe Problem of Baptist Education in Kentucky ATTENTION MASONS Anderson Lodge No 90 F A M will lay the Corner Stone of the Lawrencobnrg Graded School Building Saturday June 4th at oclock a m All Masons are expected to be present at the Lodge room at 10 a m The public IB respectfully invited to hy present Ceremonies will lo conducted by Past Eminent Grand Commander George A Lewis address by Past Grand Master J Sue lu Smith G D LILLAR1 W M W C WOODS Seoy FOR A HUNDRED YEARS For hundred yours or more Witch Hnxil has boon recogniod as- a superior remedy hut It remained for E C HeWitt l Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the virtues of Witch Haol with other ivn tlsontics in the form of a salvo DoWltts Witch Hazel Salvo is tho best salvo in tilt world for sorts outs burns bruises and piles The high standing of this salvo has givon rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the name II DoWitt on the package nnd accept no other Sold by J W Gayle New Effects Il HOSE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR STOCKSBELTS S Waists GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR St ATLouis USE THE Henderson Route THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Tree Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS- TOST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY ANNUAL CONFERENCE YOUNG LIENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION WAYNES VILLE N C JUNE 10th to 20th 190- 4ANNUAL CONFERENCE YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ASHEVILLE N C JUNE 10th to 20th 1904 Special Rates for Above Occasion PassengerOfficeway for particulars S E HUTTON G P A h J W GAYLE Asks the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Those persons who have used it and who have beon cured by it do not hesitate to recom trend it to their friends Kodol di ludigesItroubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in time food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable DR E O ROEMELE DEUTSCHER ARZT Office and residence abort WEITZEL ODONNELL Main St TELKlMOXKs Old 184 New 136 SUMMER SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE JUNE 23th to AUGUST 6th Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General Passenger Oflice Frankfort Cincinnati Railway S E HUTTON G P A Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 Trees tin million Fruit 01na1l1cntid Shrubs Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents Straw Derry lull on plication toIH F Lexington Ky Both Phones 270 Mar 128umI b + 140iro TAPESTR CARPETS II in Short Lengths Beautiful Patterns At about onehalf price l MATTINGS In great variety Imported directSRUGS 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 Vines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider rR ROGERS Fr SONS 91uL Ctic1c 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 attractive We want to tow you poembilliesus about it w TH Equitable Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD i Pr Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT L OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY t r FRANKFORT WEDNESDAYI JUNE 15TH- l THE GREAT SELLS AND DOWNS r UNITED SHOWS AMERICAS MOST POPULAR AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION GRANDEST GREATEST PUREST FAIREST r AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE ON EARTH 3 Rings 2 Stages Half Mile Track Scores of Original Features 100 Phenomenal Acts 25 Clowns 20 Hurricane Races 10000 Seatsr 1000000 Menagerie Camels and Elephants PRESENTATIONtTHE WORLDS BEST CIRCUS TALENT bonsiREMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS EarthrSEES acred C orlbOnlytoM One Country r Afternoon and Night Rain or Shine Under 10 Acres of WaterProof Canvass Grand Free Street Parade at 10 a m Cheap Excursion Rates on all Lines of travel SAD NEWS The many friends in this city of genial and loveable Gen Samuel E yHill of Lexington will be snd dened to hear that Gen Hill is slowly dying of a disease known to the medical fraternity as leu kemia or in every day English blood turning to waterdropsy Gen Hill was a brave soldier an able lawyer and a genial gentleman who will be sadly missed in Kentucky LATERGen Hill died at his home in Lexington on Tuesday afternoon He was Adjutant Gen eral for four years under Governor S B Buokner and had served many years in the State Senate from the Ohio county district MARRIEB HUTOHERSONCOLE the County Clerks Office on Thursday t Afternoon Mr Whalon Hutoherson and Miss Inez Cole were married by Rev M B Adams of the First i Baptist Church CLIMATIC CURES 31 The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup rFree in the morning Syrupjrabsence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can r be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmor clime you will find that 1 r of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that Use German Syrup Trial bottler 26c regular size 75c At all drug gists yrI 4 tJi l iJ 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 evening Tune 14 Everybody invited to attend You get your moneys worth from these ladies every time Dont forget the date td ORSAAI ht 8lgnstnreof 111 VERY PERTINENT QUESTION We have been asked repeatedly lately wlen the electric line will be extended to the L N yards West Side to the distrilleries and to Versailles We have been patiently waiting for the weather to get in shape for work as the announcement was male that work would begin as soon as the weather permitted II DO IT TODAY The timeworn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this formII Do it today1llat is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial Ati DEATHS FlHSIn this cityiii Wednes lay morning Mr Stephen Funs aged o years of cirrhosis of the liver Mr Fnhs had served as City Councilman find was a prominent business man He was a brother of Mrs Goo Salender and half brother of Mr Peter Fuhs Tho funeral services were lon meted by Rev Father Major on Thursday and the burial was in our cemeteryWOODSin St Lnufs Mo on Sunday Mrs Henry Woods of consumption aged about 25 years Mrs Woods leaves two little chil dren besides her husband to mourn her untimely 1rtth The youngest child is only six weeks old The funeral and burial took place on PtleSdir- yAYERSAt her home near Duck ors Station on Thursday June 2d 1504 Mrs Susan E Ayers widow of the late Edward W Ayers The deceased was a sister of Hon Thos W Scott of this county Mrs Holin A Lewis of Georgetown and Mrs U T Freeman of Lexington She leaves two children Mrs Thomas Bedford and Mr Walter Ayers both of Woodford county BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION OF AMERICA INTER NATIONAL CONVENTION DETROIT MICHIGAN JULY 710 1904 For the above occasion the Frank fort Cincinnati Railway will make a special rate of one fare plus 50 cents for the round trip Tick Finnilimitilnrrns granted on deposited tickets- S E HUTTON G F P A SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLouisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 am Lv Louisville Ar Shelbyville Lawrenceburg 954Lexington 725IINo4 am No5 pm No2 NoB pm 745 400 780 910 528 851 955 620 985 pm No6 am 710Ar605 445 78p Versailles 625 512 76ff Lawrencebnrg 643 540 820 Shelbyville 720 026 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains 5 and Through Obaer ration chair car between Harrode burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the South and arriving 750 from the South through arrtvtnleviaKnoxville LoxingtonBetween LouisStNo No2 mArPrinceton 100 p m 145 a m St Louis 600 p m 732a 2D No a No1 Lv St Louis Ar Princoton pmlHuntincburg 255 pm 425 am645 pm 719 am No le No Lv Louisville pm m-Ar Huntingburg 1850 pm 11145 a m Evansvilla p m pm No9 No12 Lv Evansville 780 a 115 p m Ar Huntln 908 a ml 250 p m Ar Louisville 1159 a 545 p m Traits t11 and run solid between Louisville and Trains 9 and run solid between Louis ville and Evansville carrying Ohair Oars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Loul Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louie carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Oar buffet appltoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB GAP A ANA ARM CLOCK FOR 25u If you want to get up early and feel good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time Those famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refresh ing sleep with a gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time f W H Howell Houston Tex says Early Risers are the host pill made for constipation sick head ache biliousness etc Sold by JW Gayle OarORXA arlhotZ I oJ New Fast Tra- inColorado TO UTAHAN THE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday Mnv19 The new trains will leave St Louis 000 n in daily Tho to pnmo points 1010 p m daily Double daily sleeping car nurvico for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on wile For further Information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo AShevflleNC CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thous and feet above the level of the sea portionThe official government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av erages Spring 5849 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5348 degrees F Winter H887 de grees 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 REACHED ONLY BY THE Southern Railway Skybookletfolder etc send two cent stamp toIMR GEO B ALLEN Asssitnnt General Passenger Agent MO1O c IwimillIlg BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars P lace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A A o Cor 4th and Market ita LouMII FOR SRLkE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellcpoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv aleut Apply at this office 44fti Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville Memphis N O Ltd No uveb 1m Arrives 745 n m New Orleans Special No fciMOl pin Arrives 585p m Local Mail No Lea yes 720 n m Arrives 465 pm- For Fulton Paducah and intermediate- points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodgonville Rnd HOJJkhulville except no Sunday service to Ellzabothtown and Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hoduenville and except on Sundays Stop at all stations All Trains Run Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS J IIllinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANAr ri Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S SII Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin w cinnati morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday lOOQi a in leave Sntuldn 200 in yingthrough tickers at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Ylm giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROMx NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO t M AND CALIFORNIA f Special Tours of Mexico and Call ij fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for a Mexico and California via Now Or r leans including a stopover for thv Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri k day March 4th for California via 1jthe Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur 4ClaraSan Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route everyWednesday from Chicago eNEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vestibule trains with through sleeping cars buttetlibrarysmoking oar service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New 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 cold running water telephone in every room Reached via Mem phis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and resorts y Concerning FULL PARrIOULARSIbe had of tral or by of the of the F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P A New Orleans V A H HANSON G P A y ChicagoJNOMemphis BLUE GRASS TRACTION COiGeorgetown Lexington Traction Co Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and at p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p am and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown r every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m p m 8 and 10 pFm Leave Georgetown every from 6 a m to 10 p lr except lOa- m 12 noon 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf r GREAT OFFER We are enabled to oiler great in ducements to subscribers to the Roundabout in connection with the Louisville Evening Post Look at this A Websters Unabridged Dic dlheone year 800- Roundabout l 100 TotalAll for 60U This price is less than the public fwould pay for the Dictionary alone The Evening Post is one of the ablest and brightest papers in the State tf OATORJABean v of thetLhB J iP I IuuuuuuIIuIr FLYER NO7 Ij S D JOHNSON COS ii FLYER DAYS rw rRLEACH WEEK NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY RECENTLY BOUGHT AT BIG REDUCTION WE DONT STATE VALUES WE GIVE THEM r SEE WINDOW DISPLAY t r f RELIGIOUSr Ii FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bev M B Adams the pastor- will preach at 11 a m and 8 p in Sundayschool at 9 a in in the- chapel Homo Department and Bible 31nss Taught by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join ii Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7 p in in the chapel Leader J no W Johnson jr Topic Standards i Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in the Chapel Normal Class will meet at 815 Prof J H Fuqun teacher Visitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCPA L JHUnCHRev A B Chinn rector Sunday June 5 lOOt 980 a m Sundayschool in the chapel 11 a in Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer in the chapel Friday 730 p m Meeting of the Parish Bible Clnss- EverYbody cordially inivted CHRISTIAN CHURCHRe v George Inrsi the pastor will preach at 11 u m Morning UWhy We Wear The Name of Christians At 780 p in the Sundaysc- hoolygives its Annual Childrens Day Exorcises in the main audience ToomSundayschool at 930 in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 oclock in the chapel Leader Alice Wells Topic How My Silence Witnesses Against Christ- Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 7450clockITopic II How to Deepen Interest In Home Religion The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the at 380 oclock Fridaylaftornonn Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN thes7 p m- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p in- Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major reo torILow Mass 730 a In High Mass 10 a m Vespers 730 p in Sundayschool at 2 p In t j FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHRev J McC u sk y F Blaynoy D D the pastor will Ift preach at 11 a m and 780 p i Sundayschool at fl45 a m mItl Young Peoples Society of than Endeavor 645 p in All the young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night I at 780 p in The public cordially invited to attondIC J Nugent the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p mISundayschool at 730 a in Epworth League will moot InI l Ladies Parlor at 780 p in nightIY M C Arllwro will bo moot ings at tho Y M C A on Sunday afternoon for boys at 280 and mon at 880 All boys and mon are invited ti Dr Wcnvcra Treatment Syrup purified tbo blood Cerate fieula sklu eruptions r r r FRIDAY AND SATURDAY S D JOHNSON CO 311 MAIN ST 1 I Queen and- iCrescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGAA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS ft AND TEXAS POINTS itfor Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKS T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky THE FORKS OF ELKHORN KINGS DAUGHTERS Will give a reception from 4 to p m at their Home at Forks of Elkhorn Saturday June 11th Every one invited to attend HELP FORYOURFEET YOUR FEET HOLD for hours at a youforNo wonder they burn and blister are tiredsore and swollen or perspire free ly Sprinkle GAYLESANTIStPTIC FOOT POWDER On your feet night and morning and they will bo Coil fortablo all day oven in the warmest weather It cools and sooths and because antiseptic heals and prevents all diseased conditions of the foot Costs so littlo and hives so mulch comfort you can hardly attord to do with out it Tao Gaylo Drag Stores =ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutchei o the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger AREHAPPYTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrShinglerPresident and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with DennsSuretry a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES IStore FOR RERPESENTATIVEI We are authorized to nnnounreIi Hon L FRANK JOH 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 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec Ifltf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the of the Democratic primary 52to- CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as n candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the office of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te YouCanPin Your Faith jo 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 in milling GOI a EACH WEEK t FLYER NO7 FRIDAY SATURDAY r JUNE3and4Ribbons Laces Embroideries Cretonsr WILLIAM YEOMAN A W McKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co I Formerly time Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favorably Known to of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles 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 yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the sev eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usnal splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN MCKEErI Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY I 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 BESTPEICES ENJThese are the throe rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to givo perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt tknotJOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky SUBSCRIBE FOR T- HEROUNDABOUT A STRONG COMBINATION THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALD Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe nor telegraph service embracing the entire world correspondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russa and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 PublisherIj tr j VDfl fi r ft GROWING CHILDREN require a wholesome nutritious and easily digested food a food that is delicate enough to tempt the appetite and substantial enough to nourish and strengthen the body ifi without overloading the stomach Nothing meets these requirements so perfectly or is so good as a healthful and satisfying lunch between meals a- sMALTWHEAT BISCUIT FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME They are a scientifically prepared composition of granu lated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized by our own patented process and being in biscuit form can be eaten dry Unlike all other malted foods they will not become mushy or soggy when served with fresh fruits ice cream or eggs but will always remain crisp and light Recipes in every package MEALS 1 O CENTS 1 O t RECITAL GiltInorProgram Miss Gladys Morrison Piano Mr Geo Gayle Violin GodardValse Miss Gladys Mor lrisonq Meditation Mr Geo Gayle Wollenhaupt Valse Styrlenne Miss Gladys Morrison- WleniawskiC1mnsonr Polonaise Mr Geo Gayle GodardGavotte Miss Gladys Morrison Raff Cavatina Mr Geo Gayle UodardScherzo Miss Gladys Morrison Bohm Perpetual Motion Mr Geo Galye STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL The strawberry supper which wns to be liven for the benefit of tie M E Church South on tho 2d of June has boon postponed until t Thursday June a 1904 between the hours of 7 p m and 11 p m when he same will bo served on the beautiful grounds of Judge ORear in South Frankfort The public generally is invited to attend and a good time is guaranteed young and old ALAS POOR TOPSY Topsy the Jittlu pet dog of Mrs theis go was careless in getting on the street car A track and was killed by a car on 4I Wednesday Topsy was 17 years old and was ralsd by hand by her delplores her death and had her nicely buriedSTRAWBERRIES GALORE The homegrown crops of straw y berries are flooding the market now They aro exceptionally fine and sweet The price has come tumb ling down so that a poor man can now gratify his appetite with this delicious fruit PIANO AND VIOLIN RECITAL By Miss Rachel Settle Violin and IMiss Mary Belle Hobson Piano Thursday evening June 2d loot at eight oclock Pro ram- Mendelssohn = Spring So n g Misses Settle and Hobson Wieniawski Kujawiak Mi s s Rachel Settle- ChopinValse Miss Mary Belle Hobson Pierne Serenade Miss Rachel SettleMondelsohnBy the Sea Miss Mary Belle Hobson Godard Berceuse Miss Rachel SettleIolmetschAfazurka Miss Mary Belle Hobson Haesche Hungarian Dance Miss Rachel Settle Lack Valse Arabesque Miss Mary Hello Hobson Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for ekln eruptions TO PAY INTEREST 11 a decision of tho Court of Ap peais handed down on Tuesday reelqulrodof the State county and municipal taxes on whisky held in bond by th PHI This is a vary important and far reaching decision and will cause a considerable sum of money to paid into the Treasury of the as nicipalities well as to tho counties and StateI DONT FORGET Tho Lad es Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give aI Strawbeiry Supper in the new Chapel of their church on Tuesday evening Juno 14 Dont forget it It will bo a pleas ant ailair FOR SALE A threeyearold red Poll Bull Apply to HCCOLSTONIForks of Elkhorn 89tf A GOOD CIRCUS COMING Irho advent of the Sells Downs shows on Juno lo will it is said mark an epoch in tho mat tor of touted amusements in Frankfort That this show will present the largest and finest street pageant Frankfort has yet witnessed is assorted without any doubt That the circus company numbers more betterIany one management is also stated positively Thousands of dollars in cash wore expended last winter in accumulating new features to add to the glories of tho Sells Downs Greatest Shows The menagerie is said to boa very complete one containing the finest collection of rare wild beasts to be seen The newspapers all along the line speak highly of this huge en tertainment and the small boy as well as those elder folks who are sPlrit81willfeats of the many male and female performers the handsome horses the wonderful exhibition of wild beasts the marvelous aerial acts and the exciting races on the hip pedrome track Exchanges are all Unanimous in praising the courtesy of Sells d Downs employes while handling the immense crowds and finding seats for late comers The reputation of Sells Downs for faithfully carrying out all their advance promises and for dealing fairly with the public in all things affords positive assurance that their show will eclipse anything of a like nature soon here before The Pontiac Zouaves the finest drilled soldiers in the world and the Marvelous Trained Seals and Sea Lions are features of this great show and they alone are worth the price of admission WORSE EVERY YEAR Plenty of Frankfort Readers Have the Same Experience Dont neglect an aching hack It will set worse every year Backache is really kidney ache To cure the back you must cure the kidneys Tf you dont other kidney ills follow Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease youhowtheMrs Mildred S Betts wife of C M Betts carpenter of 519 Short street says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and on I tried different remedies but with out obtaining any permanent relief The pain in my back was often very severe especially at night be fore retiring and in the morning when I would first get up There was also a kidney weakness dis tressing at all tlrrep I read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that tho symptoms they cured were just like mine Willing to try almost anything to got relief I went to J W Gaylos drug store and got a box I took them as di rooted and soon noticed the differ ence in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and tho other complaints worn hnn ished Dorms Kidney Pills act like magic and time relief they give is lastingFor by all dealers Price f0 cputs FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for tho United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other- NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION ST LOUIS MO JULY Oth 1904 For tho above occasion the Frankfort A Cincinnati Railway will soil tickets at one fare plus fin cents for the round trip Dates of sale July 2d to 6th inclusive Final limit leaving St Louis July loth S E BUTTON G P A REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CON VENTION CHICAGO JUNE 2124 1004 For the above occasion tho Frankfort d Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at one firstclass roundI29th 1904 S E HUTTON G P d P A OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors 1 Frankfort Kentucky Ji i Ii Pleasant toy take I Laxative Syrup Lf NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION YI Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines andVegetable IfjSIckBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than f any other you have tried kin ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 506 PER BOTTLE WORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGE For 20 Years His Ltd all Worm iYyOXiX AXIX DXlT7GGrXlXby JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZELr Cor St Clair Broadway 14 s No2 DailyEx A Leave oils No4 Daily Sun J No l doit in Quantity Dept in Quality SY WbeDAWo man QIs Depresse jhas frequent headaches abad co of nerves lack of It sleep well morbId all fig not gone necessarily some female malady Its the LiverDont tall to get today at your druggists a bottlo HERBINEKidneysfanfirst SO Cents ALL PAUL B VIUTZEIJCor St Clnir Broadway l LEXINGTON AND COMPANViLOCAL lIEASTBOUND WESTBOUND l Ex IAM DRUGGISTS IOtlOO lIj 0 No PM a II t 22l Lexington0 1010 8os xi 520U z P2J Btanton 4M 954 167 Natural Bridge f7 401 449 162 Torrent 816 02UI194 BeattyvilluJunction 726I I2W Itf OHIO AND RAILWAYR t DailyEx to aJs IIDlily Ex Sun 8tutfonRI u 21I INo1 IAr NoBI Sfir t 408 828 430 747 847 KENTUCKY r 11 Mss t A M velp M Lye IP ArI P M Ar t o 980 Jackson 880 1L20 0 I P25 280 O K Junction 1126 1 10lU70 128 Lets City lil0 I22 i 21I 741 122 Holechawa I f18 128715 105 Cannel CIty 545 1245 Nos and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and fou 52 on tho Lexington and Eastern ISlJGeneral Manager QP A If 1iAI f t