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Z THE FRANKFORT ROMDABOUTr CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In j AdvancorllVOL XXVII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE lh 1904 WHISKY EXHIBIT J Mr Edmund W Taylor went to Now York City on Saturday to to preliminaries for a large f bottled in bond whiskies ifson Square Gardens toSlsaid Mr Taylor after the plan of I the great annual London show A feature of the American show at New York this fall will probably be an exploitation of U S bottling in ibond not Under the inland reserve laws of Great Eritian the British government does not guarantee the integrity of any liquors manufac t tured In England Ireland or Soot and Thousands of brands of im ported whiskey purporting to b- Scotch or Irish are made of cheap patent spint manufactured in London which furnishes a basis for imitation Scotch whisky just IfS the silent Neutral Spinlin America furnish the basis for imi whlEJyr imitations rhas recently been made in Parlia exJhad no laws in jiEnlgishgovernment be gnaranteed guarIis exploited in the East EVEN A STOIC GROANS Under the torment of neuralgia when every nerve in face or limb throbs and jumps Philosophy can not enduro this agony but Perry Davis Painkiller relieves it Bathe the affected parts freely keep them warm and do not expose dampnessMedical along but it has not found the equal of Pain Killer in the treat ment of neuralgia TRYING TO START A ROUGHHOUSE t Two men by the name of Bob Martin and Peter Baxter imbibed r too much red likker on Monday afternoon and proceeded to raise 1i a rough house in the West End Officers Robinson Brown and Thompson gently said to them nay verily and escorted them to Castle Tobin where their ex cited brains had a chance to be come normal t BUYS NICE HO nJIAt the solo of the lato residence of Col Tno L Scott corner of Steele and Third streuts on Mon lay the house which is a very nice family residence was bought by Miss Minnie Scott for 3016 BUYS ANOTHER WELLING Esq W W Darnell purchased another cozy dwelling house on Monday It was one of the Gault cottages Price paid was 1000 NOTICE TO TEACHERS An examination for teachers of the county schools will be held at the Court House on Juno 17 and 18 1004 beginning at 880 a On the same day the competitive examination for State College Scholarships will he held LUCY PATTIE County Supt FIRST OF SEASON There will bo an excursion from this city to Cincinnati over the F C Railway on Sunday June 19 This will be the first of the sea son and others will follow later on The train will leave this city at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincin nati at p m Fare round trip 125 BAD ACCIDENT On Sunday afternoon Mr Walter Tracey was coming into the city on the street cars when some young fellows became involved in a row in the course of which Mr Tracey was thrown off the car and had two ribs on the left side and hlQ left hand badly bruised and cut The injuries were at once at tended to by Dr O B Demaree Mr Tracoy was taken to his brothers home in the country He will be laid up for some time BUYS A LOT rr Col Jno W Ray the wellknown attorney has purchased a beautiful lot on Second street next to Mr W S Farmer and will build a handsome residence FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City n I r LAIRD SCHOBER CO- SOXFORDS ow tWehave received the full Kspring line of these cele brated OXFORDS Vet have them in Patent Leather the new Christy f Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cost shoes are the finest made ff R1K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY t WE ARE AFTERt YOURTRADE anythingweit Keep up with our advertisements andykyou will be ahead a great many dollars at THE END OF THE YEAR Special Prices on Wool Dress Goods This Week 88 inches wide Albatross in all the good shades best 50c quality this week only 89c per yd 44 inches wide all wool Voile in pretty light shades regular price 1 per yd only 75c per yd 50 inches wide Sicillian in blackextra value would be cheap at 60c only 50c per yd 52 inches wide Gray Mixture Suiting strictly all wool the only75c52 inches wide Broadcloth all shades except blackregular price 1 this week only 79c 50 inches wide Panama Suit ing in black just the thing for separate skirts regular price 125 only 98 per yd Muslin Underwear- We have a complete line to select from also have chil drens underwear cheaper than you can make them We have not space here to give a descrip tion It will pay you to see what we hav- eCHILDRENSWASH DRESSES Why worry and waste time when you can buy them made up for suoh a small cost We have them as low as 25c and as high as 5 Ladies Ready Made Wrappers- A new lot of them came in this week YO should see them You cant afford to use your time to make them when you can buy them at these figures Lad ies Wrappers made of good material in light and dark shades would be cheap at only 79c- Lndies gingham wrappers well made and neatly trimmed in light and dark well worth 125 arel each WBA- mericas Leading Corset Erect Form Are made in a distinct model for each different build of womanIts are founded on the natural physique Erect form will improve a bad figure accentuate the grace of a beauti ful form It removes the strain of lacing from the sensitive parts of the body and throws all pressure upon the strong hip muscles allowing full freedom of the Jungs and the digestive genuineAmerICan bears the script trademark ERECT FORM Style No 918 is the best summer corset we have ever sold for a heavy woman It is very low busted and long hip ped made of that superb white linen batiste famous to W B light weight models trimmed at top with lace and ribbon all sizes price 1 Style 989 This corset is made to fit the average run of women It is the original Long Hip Erect Form cut with med ium low bust and made extra long skirted over hips and ab domen producing the very modest effect so essential just now for the prevailing styles in skirts 989 is made of Sterling Cloth in white trimmed with lace and baby ribbon all sizes t 5 price 1- Style 990 This corset is low busted and has a short box hip designed for slender figures and young women It is made of sterling jean in white and trimmed at the top and bottom with lace and baby ribbon sizes 18 to 26 price 1jSure Enough Big ting in Our Suit Departmen Now is the right time to get your travleing suit your expo sition suit your walking suit or get a suit and put it away until fall because at such prices as we are now making it awnyforevery suit will be sold far below cost Call and see them today ISKIRTS received this w very too in bkyk gray tan und brown are made with plaites and others trimmed with tabs just the kind that will please you Extra values 5 0 7 and 10 SHIRT WAIST SUITS We ask you to call and see i yesterdnyprices20and 1300pretty- stylish suits made of Madras Linen and Chambray Also have other suits in different shades and qualities some ex tra good values 850 to 850 Shirt Waists Four high grade brands to select from We have a complete stock all sizes in Lawn Batiste Linen and Silk You showIsome ones at 150 to S C KAGIN BRO NO 4143 ST GLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY 4 TOWfM f W4W1 i M I PERSONAL i Mr W S Polsgrovc went to Jjouisvillo on Sunday Mr Ben Willhuns wont to Louis villo to visit relatives Sunday Mr1 A Hat torton visited role ulaytMr Kofot A Frazier made a business trip to Paris on Monday ti Rev Alex C HOI1Flo of Vor tSaflles was in the city oil Tuesday Mrs Wile C Marsliall is visit ing relatives in LaGrange Mrs Atilla Groan visited wokof Fayette county was in the city Monday Mr Jas N Miliis of Lexington was a visitor here this week l Mr Jno W Gayle spent Sunday In Louisville Mr Schuyler B Mayhall jr o Lexington spout Sunday heroIMr Nat Stone jr of Versailles was in the city on Monday Judge J T McBeath went to Louisville Saturday night f Mrs Sheffor Richardson went to Louisville on Sunday Dr O H Reynolds spent Sunday In Louisville Mr Chas W McQueen spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Jas G Brawner visited rela- tivesT in Louisville Sunday Dr S S Skeen spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Henry Ringgold made a busi ness trip to Chicago Ill this week Mr James Matthews and wife went to Louisville on Thursday Mrs Louis Evans is visiting rela tives in Russellville Mr John Russell has gone to Cin cinnati to reside Mr Otto Klass who has been a tending school Louisville has returned home Mr Will H Jeilries wont io Louisville to visit relatives on Sunday Mr Eugene Wolf and wife went to Louisville Sunday to visit relatives Judge Thos H Paynter and son Dir Pollook spent Sunday with relatives in Louisville Mrs W S Farmer was called to Lawrenoeburg on Saturday by the illness of her mother Mrs Lillard Mr Alex Julian of Cincinnati was the guest of his brother Mr Clarence Julian this week Mr Chas J Clark the noted architect of Louisville was a visitor here this week Mrs Wm M Saffell went to Dan vine Monday to attend the oratori cal contest rtraJ S Collins went to Dan oratoricalRt Rev Bishop Lewis W Bur ton of Lexington was in the city TuesdayMiss Efflo 11 Lewis of Wood lack was a visitor here on Sun dayy Anna Thornton of Paris was the guest of Mrs Jno P Haply this wek Mr Frank V Gray is visiting his on Mr Robert A Gray at Besse mer AlaIMr Eugene Reason and wife vii ited their daughter in Louisville onSundayMr L Bohannau and wife went to Louisville Sunday to visit their sou Mr Pat Bohannon Ensign Sam r M Major jr is visiting his aunt Mrs Kate MIWilliams near this city Mr R G Higdon law clerk to Judge Settle was at his old home at Owensboro on a visit this week Mr David P Davis and wife been visiting friends In iouisville have returned home Mr Jno F Davis jr of Lake- land visited his parents Col Jno F Davis and wife this week Rev C J Nugent visited his son Mr C J Nugent jr in Mt Sterling this week Miss Ootavla Cassidy of Flem ingsbnrg is the guest of Miss Nina Hazehigg at the Fleming Hotel Mr J W R Williams of Cres cent Hill was fn the city on buei peas this week Mr Russell S Penn who has been attending Georgetown College is at home for the vacation Miss Nellie Marshall who hasJ been visiting friends in Cincinnati returned home Monday night Mr D Boone Logan of Pine villa was here on Monday on business in the Court of Appeals Mr Ralph R Wilson who has been in Cincinnati on ea business trip has returned home Mrs Wm Cromwell and Miss Narr Nunn have returned from a visit to Bowling OrecnIMr Lawrence Maupin and wife of St Louis Mo visited relatives here this week Hon W 11 Ellis of Owensboro was in the city on Tuesday on business in the Court of Appeals Miss May McGlnsson of Louis villa is the truest of Miss Fannie Sailell GrtyTedd street Mrs Georgia Lucas and Miss Jennie Pane attended eon untnvv men t at Georgetown Mr Paul Collins returned from Central ti Diversity Danville on Wednesday night Miss Margaret Rogers returnrd yesterday from a visit to friend in Virginia Mr Gen T Bltvokloy of POlO Valley was in the on Thurs lay Col Foil ton Sims tho veterans legislator from Canton was in tho city Thursday LexingtonisMr C Fugnzi Broadway street Mrs Chas C Fury visited relatives in Salvisa und Harrodsburg this week Londonfweek Mrs H S Keller and Miss Corn nel Crutcher visited relatives in Georgetown this weep LexingtonC Mastin thIs week Mrs Edward Fonnell and son of Cynthiana visited this city this week Mr W S Farmer was called t theillnessClintio Cunningham who has been attending Hollins Institute Va returned home Friday night Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington inIing Co- Miss Virginia Chinn who has been attending the Bartholomew Ely School Clifton Cincinnati is at home for the vacation Irvinebinlaw Capt r T West returned home Thursday Mrs C J Nugent who has been NugentJrThursday evening Miss Anna Thornton of Paris who has boon the guest of Mrs John P Hanley Shelby street has returned home Mr Lucas Broadhead one of the owners of tho J E M Milling Co of Wpodford county was here this weekMr Lister Witherspoon of Wood ford county was here this week in MillingCoMr EmmittTriplett of this city returned Saturday from a three ArmyInMr J E Stringfellow wife and sort of Owen county were guests of Mr Clarence Stringfellow and wife this week Hon Jas P Edwards of Louis ville was in the city on business in tho Court of Appeals on Tues dayMrs D W Mahan and children of Danville who wore guests of Mrs M B Adams have returned home Mr John W Madlgan who has been in Denver Col for a year is visiting his parents Mr Matt MadIigan aud wife in this city Miss Bessie Brown and Mr Harry attendingCentralturned home Wednesday uightI prIvateSeoretar SigmaNuThe owners of the Versailles and Frankfort Traction Co wore in the city Thursday looking over their property t Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshal and Charles left Tuesday for Mason county to visit her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife Mr W Oscar Willis and wife of Louisville arrived Monday morning for a ten days visit to relatives and friends in this city and county Rev M B Adams went to Mason county on Tuesday afternoon and married a couple on Wednesday Edna Bridges and Eunice Kenney and Messrs Edwin M Dryden and Coy Wells spent Sunday with Misses Beulah and Nan nie Bridges in Scott county Mr Thos A Knight of the Cleveland Ohio Leader was in the Thursday and made us pleasatit call He is gathering ma tonal for a book he is writing Col D D Sublett of Salyersr Mile was in the city on business n the Appellate Court on yestercday looking like he had draught from the spring of eternal youth Misses Florencer und Lizzie Ken dall and Messrs John and Richard M Kendall Jr of Louisville atitended the funeral of their Mr R J Kendall on Tuesday re turning homo on Wednesday Little John W Gaines son of Capt Noel Gaines who was op erated upon at the Lexington Hospital has returned house nearly wellMr James Coins engineer for tho late J E 11 Milling Co has accepted a position with Messrs Jos McWilliams Co and gone to Louisville to live g W idtJ l 4 tIIFOR SALE BY MA SELBERT LEADING JEWELERt t familyetho J E M Milling Co He is a fine business man and we regret to lose him and his excellent family from our city Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis proprietor of the Old Judge Distilleryismatters and closing up the seasons work He claims to make the finest ever Mr Alex T Lewis of State Col lege Lexington who has just re turned from the trip to St Louis Mo made by 850 Cadets is out of school for the summer and is visit ing his father Mr J B Lewis in this city Rev M B Adams went to morningtoBaptist Education Society of Georgetown College on the theme The Problem of Baptist Educa tion in Kentucky COLORED SCHOOL COM MENCEMENT The Colored High School held OperaHousewas a large crowd present About bythewhite friends of the school The exercises were very cred itable DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR There was a large crowd out to hear the organ recital by Miss Nel lie Orbison at Ascension Church on Thursday night In connection with the recital there was some do lightful vocal music It was a very pleasant affair LAWN FETE The Lawn Fete given by the ladies of the Methodist Church in the handsome grounds of Judge E C ORear corner Fourth Avenue and Main streets was one of the prettiest and most successful affairs of the kind of the season We are glad to learn that it was a financial success as well KYS OFFICIAL ROUTE TO REPUB LICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION The Monon Route from Louisville to Chicago has been selected as the official route for delegates alternates and visitors to the Republican Notional Conven ion and a cordial invitation is extended by the Louisville delegation to those who go to join and share their arrangements on the Monon Route 821 p m train Sunday June 10th at Louisville Union Station The fare will be 8825 for the round trip sleeping car berth if wanted 12 Tickets should be purchased from starting as similar reduction will be made by Kentucky lines but be sure ticket reads via Louisville and Monon Routes Rates may be had also from June 16 to 20 return limit June 29 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville for berth reservations on official train or for other information genuineLaxativethe remedy that cnrra n cold IB ee day Mothers lose their dread for that terrible second summer when they have Dr Fowlers Ex tract of Wild Strawberry in the Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort REVOLUTION IMMINENT A sure sign of approaching revolt serious in s nervousness sleeplessness o r stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate tho Kidneys and Bowels stimulate tho Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems bonofitted particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by all druggists SELLS DOWNS CIRCUS FRANKFORT JUNE 15TH 1H04 For the above occasion the Frankfort L Cincinnati Ry will sell round trip tickets to Frankfort at one fare for the round trip from all sta tions Georgetown to Elkhorn In elusive Good only on date of sale A special train for the accommo patrons will leave Frank fort at 5 p m running through to GeorgetownS E HUTTON General Passenger Agent PUBLIC SALE Monday June 6th between 10 and 3 oclock at the courthouse door the beautiful twostory resi deuce on the corner of Third and Steele streets will be sold to the highest bidder The house is newly papered and repaired has all modern improvements it con tains four bed rooms dressing room parlor dining room bath room and kitchen good cellar Attic over entire house The small house and lot on Steele street reaching back as far as the alley will be included in the sale June 4lt CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroy themHorse Timers ChronographsSplit FiveMinuteRepeaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI Ba SELBERT Leading Jeweler Or CauyB Condition rowucra are just what a horse needs when in bad conditions Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and tho best in use to put a horso in prime condition Price 26 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gay h J lr Liarks t Kidney Globes f Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases 4y SMALL AS A PILLt an EASIER TO TAKE FcureBladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures j Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Core No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle DruStoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly rl DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats 4 Port Huron Eg the Magnificent Steamer eJ the STM UHS terin foot of bfadhonStreetDafly- a9r5AUafterarrlvalofmornin traiaeg- Returnieg arrive 8301 ss Sundays 000 PM Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip ftas Bxcursloaj a tundayextra Special Xati fo Societies Close connection at Detroit with tn for Buffalo the Soo Dulutb nearestaFor further Information ICe Railroad Agent or write feIEIMAN7 MarWM60LDEMD 1P4 A Dtrnoir men I t J W Gayle does not hesitate to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to his friends and customers Indigestion causes more ill health than anything else It deranges the stomach and brings on all 1siaa a tissue building tonic as well Renewed health strength andI increased vitality follow its use 1 I C 0 TIME lAULEi SOUTH IIySIorLexington ro 6 20 Frankfort IOOJ 618 Ehelbrville 700r IIAt Louisville 1100 800 NORTH IINo 11P M Lv Louisville s30 600 helWl1l6 028 700 740 A LexJngtin 110 84 frtI h fft REMEDY FOR SPINAL MENIN GITISS We have an old friend in the country who gives us what he claims to he a sure cure for spinal t meningitis It is this Take a half pock of sound Irish potatoes boil until thoroughly done and mash bind to nook and around waist as hot as can be borne This is equally true as applied to a hums r being and to a horse It is said t be a specific It is simple enoug and cheap enough for a trial at leastWe understand there are a num- bery of oases of this dread disease in the eastern and northern end of the 4j1 county 1For the Roundabout IN MEMORIAM Samuel Dahnoy Todd born No vember 19 1850 died May 21 th 1904 Tho home of his birth was the place of his death Lake Park Frankfort Ky In the fifteenth year of his lifo ho became a Christian dying in the sweet hope of a reunion beyond the Ir riverA wife nee Myrtle Moss tut son Bosworth survive him to gether with sisters brothers and sorrowing relatives who mourn his loss He entered the combine Jan nary 19 1900 a faithful and atten tive employe until he was taken ill December 1903 i His funeral was preached by his pastor Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock at the fam tinTShelby county Sunday morning The floral offerings were very beautiful especially a cross of ex quisite roses lilies sent in by the K D W Co also a wreath from Mrs H Berry with numberless tokens of remembrance told in flowers sweetest fragrance The patient waiting of his spirit told powerrNew yet never old NS C June 8 1904 A FRIGHTENED HORSE 1t Running like mad down the stree- dumping the occupants or a hun dred other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves every body to have a reliable Salvo handy and theres none as good an BuckS lens Arnica Salve Burns Cuts Sores Eczema and Piles disap pear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at all druggists ARRESTED ON TECHNICAL CHARGE- T Mr Louis R Nelson postmaster at Hinton Scott county was brought here on Tuesday nighffby U S Deputy Marshal Roussean True charged with a technical vio lation of tho Unitd States law It seems that the law requires post 4 masters to keep tho government funds in their offices unless there is a government depository in the Inathat0e to Mr rrglari t the money in a Georgetown bank to his own credit Mr Nelson easily gave the re qured bond and was released r IMPROVEMENT IN FIRE DE- PAR11ENTI There are some quite repairs anti improvements bein made at the fire department quarters New and up to date floors are being put down in the hose wagon and the hook and ladder rooms the quarters of the horsesu rearranged and the whole place renovated Good enough CommunloatedIKINGS DAUGHTERS 1Saturday afternoon Juno 4 from a was held at the beautiful home of Mrs and Mr Infole of tho Forks of BlkhornIMrs Brock and her charming mostIity mado wecome the many guests who were delightfully entertained in the shade of the grassy lawnE where tables were laid with reffreshments of strawberries and L lees with delicious cakes Laughter conversation and a real Hgood time generally made f pleasant the appointed hours and l when good byes were spoken the thanks of the Kings Daughters were returned with sincere appre elation for so delightful an after noon A lINGS DA UGHlERt Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of Lttthe skin in any part of the body Ointment At any drugstore 5o oentsJrr r THE BACCALAUREATE SE MON One of the largest audiences the has assembled In Metropolis for many days past appeared at the Methodise ohurch Sunday night to hear Elder H M Polsgrovo dally tho baccalaureate sermon to tll class of 19u4 The board of education faculty and class entered the church in a bolt and made a fine appearance taking seats near the front After some preliminaries and mu quartetthdelivered a most powerful and im prefisive sermon The discourse was listened to attentively by every member of the class and all others present and was filled to overflow lug with timely thoughts and sound adviceIt a sermon to say the least which all the class and others who forgetMetropolis We are glad to know that our old friend and former correspondent is succeeding so well in his new home FORKS OF ELKHORN Mr Paul South of Springfield is the guest of friends here this week pitylJames Alley Mr Sandy Holton went to Louis ville Sunday to see his sister Miss Mary Holton who is thereat the hospitalMr Brawner of Colorado is tho guest of Mr Albert Hockon smiths funnily Mr Frank Trimble is home from school at Danville Va Mr Geo Parker and wife of Peaks Mill were the guests of Mrs John Sutor last week Mr R L French wife and daughters of Monterey have re turned homo after a few days visit with Miss Alice French and brothers Rev Geo Prontiss of Winchester was the guest of Miss Carrie Brock last week Miss Daisy Hockonsmith attonl ed commencement exercises at Georgetown this week Miss Laura Kash of Winchester is the guest of Miss Pattie South hamt The Kings Daughters will given reception at their Homo W P Brock and Potty Cottage Satur day June llth from 4 to Op m The Kings Daughters have rented a place for their home where they anticipate much good work being accomplished They will have an industrial school rending room etc Every one come to the recap tion and discuss with them the work for the future A KID Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for thelkiDI BIRTHS KEYESIn this city on Mon = day to Dr Frank W Keyes and wife asonA SHOWING While the Business Mens Club were endeavoring to induce factories to locate in this city nndI thus tohelp on the cause of prosperity in our midst another set of our people were doing all they could and finally succeeded in driving out a valuable manufactory of over DLgwe go seesaw Thats great ANDREWS SELECTED Mr Andrews the Louisville arch- Itect was selected by the Capitol Commission as tho architect for the now Capitol CLOSING OF EXCELSIOR IN STITUTE Miss Spicio Belle South gave a delightful musical entertainment with the assistance of her music i class at the well known Excelsior Institute last night Miss South is rarely cultivated musician having completed her education at the Boston Conservatory of Music and being a young lady of fine intelli genoa and taste has kept up with latest and most attractive mu She has a fine class and do- erves it- FIGHT WILL BE BITTER olosingtheirrecommendation Dr Kinks New Discovery for Consumption have a long and bitter fight witha their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T anyJastof consumption She tool Dr ovoryth1nlment came at once and four bot tles entirely cured hor Guaran teed by all druggists Price 50 and 100 Trial bottles free- 1r tICLOSING CITY SCHOOLS tlhe oily schools brought their years work to a close this week The usual exercises of the grad9S wore held at tho city school build fuesdaytmorning On Tuesday evening the sacun year class of the High School their exercises at the Opera House The building was filled with tin pupilslried out and was without theI almost inevitable delays incident to such occasions It was a very pleasant entertainment Class ColorsBlue and Silver Class MottoU Plus Ultra ChorusO Happy Day Class Recitation The Song of the Mystic Miss Chinn Sing and Chorusu Gipsy Life Class Recitation = Claudius and Cynthia Mr Wash Vocal Solo Boboling Miss Konney Recitation Tho Two Runaways Miss Hamilton SongU Lullaby The Young Ladles of the Class Recitation The Fisher mans Daughter Miss Booo Instrumental Solo Al bumblatt Grutzmacher Miss Chino Tableau Tho Kings Daughters Class The graduating class consisting of Lola Berryman Adolph Marion Davis Mary Ruby Fugazzi Martha Milton Jameson Annie Edna Ker shaw Thomas Shelley Newman James Francis Stigers May Law rence Tobin Josephine Verna Wil liams held their commencement on Wednesday evening Class ColorsCrimson and Gold Class Motto Openc Pretium Est Tho following program of exer cises was render- edInvocatlonRov A B Chinn ChorusaClassRecitation Miss Tobin Oration Mr Davis Song and Chorus Class Recitation Miss Kershaw Oration Mr Stigers AddressJudge E C ORear Presentation of Diplomas Superintendent S L Frogge Class Song Benediction Rev Geo Darsie The scholarships offered for thoseiobtaining the hightest averages the class were awarded in the order of the averages as follows Washington and Lee University Mr James Stigers State CollegeMiss Martha M Jamesonand Miss Mary L Tobiu There was a very largo audience present who thoroughly enjoyed the occasion This has been one of the most successful years in the many that have come to this most useful and successful school It reflects great credit upon the corps of teachers from top to bottom and is a source of pride to the good people of this city whohave so willingly poured out their money to sustain the schools i Following the closing of the schools came the usual alumni banquet in tho school building last night These affairs are ever a source of pleasure to the large and growing number of those entitled tp participate The following program was dis posed of- ToastmnsterProf J H FuqunI Alumni Welcome ever smiles and farewell goes out shi- nngMr Russell S Penn class 1902 Violin SoloMiss Miry Norwood Turnor Teachers Representative fheI thirst that from the soul doth rise doth ask a drink divine Miss on Margaret A Lewis Alumni Genornlu Gather ye rosebuds while ye may Miss Nellie Downing class 1001 Vocal Solo Mr Ben Keenon Visitors As unto tho bow the cord is so unto the man is woman Prof H V MoChosney Vocal Solo Miss Octavia Cas Board of Education Wore life spun out a thousand years it could not match Lang S neMr H H Roberts Vocal Solo Miss Margaret Ber orioh Class Representative Farewell a word that must be and lath boon a sound which makes us 11 r t lllLawlttits Stomach Troubles cured by- tJIJtJL 1JYJPEFJIA CURE lUnderallcurableconditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol i Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected the use of his heartKodol I KODOLD- UeittWhitYouEtty For sale by JT Gayle druggist linger yet farewellMr Adolph- M Davis Class 1904 Vocal Solo Mr R V Stratton Farewell IonstHGoncl night good night parting is such sweet sorrow Judge Ben G Williams A LUSUS NATURE A lady living on Elkhorn is the possessor of a remarkably astute hon This hen conceived tho idea of visiting the city Going to the family buggy just before it was hitched up fcr town the hon got in it and concealed herself miller the sent During the five mile trip she never made a sound or scratch to show her presence Time buggy was hitched to the post in front ot our oflloe and the occupants went on business The hen i the meantime having deposited an egg in the buggy Returning one of them was placing a bundle in the back of the buggy when the hen escaped in front leaping to the street and strutted around as it she demanded and enjoyed the freedom of the city A number of bystanders gathered including oursolf to attempt her recapture As the oir cle closed in tho hen flow upon the bank of Rastus the buggy horse und standing great seemed to say Touch me if you dare But she was hived and returned to her county home A member of the family tells it twit a few days ago on going out on the back porch of tho homo this same hon was discovered standing on the limb of a small cherry tree in the yard and as the limb bent down under her weight the hens and chiukeiis tin tho ground belowII were jumping up and picking the cherries from the limb so conveniently placed These are filets verified by rur utnble witnesses and partly under our own eyesight and the hen is ot for sale though we would buy willingly mite her oft and incest the proceeds in circus tickets BUYS A RESIDENCE Mr Earl Rogers has purchased the executors of Mrs Rose her Into residence propeity Todd street It is a very oozy cottage 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE of iTRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrono lending a sketch and desCrIption may antnvottions utrlctlrcontJdentlal on Patent patentsPatentsrp thoScientific A hndsomelyl11ulltratld weekly largest dir of any eclcntlUo Journal Terms a year four months L Sold by all newsdealers YorkDrancb t d LETTER LIST PThe following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week ending Saturday Juno 1904 Baker Grand Brown Miss SnllieIBlack F T Eden Ida H Clay Mr Jennie Duncan Dr R F3Day Clara yap H B lIGoodnight 1 H HenryGrandison H Horn SidneyvHowell Frank Hicdon Sarah Morris Willie 2 II Pierce Mrs Sammie Stublefield John Smith Miss Minnie Steger Jessie- Thompson Harbon MaryWarren MaryYount Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M GOOD SPIRITS fromIentuthe liver and all the fine spirits ever mado in the Blue Grass State cculd 4ducestimeYour buoyanthappylight of and success putyourGreens August Flowerthe great est of all medicines for tho liver and stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy AugustFlowerand active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size i25c regular bottles 7cAt all druggists lyr DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION The Democratic State Conventions to send delegates to the National Democratic Convention at St Louis Mo met in Louisville on Wednesday Tho faction led by Gov Beckham triumphed over that led by Senator Blackburn by a vote of 817 to 322 Thus gaining complete control of the party organization of the State Hon Lewis McQuown of Bowling Green was elected chairman of the State Central and Executive Com mitee Senator J B McCreary Hon Ollie James Senator J C S Blackburn and Gov Beokham were r made delegates for the Stateat Large to St Louis The State administration is thus placed in charge of the machinery of the party for the next four years A little life may be sacrificed to youdontOil on hand for the emergency COMMITTEES HARD AT WORK proposed havetheirfine shape evorygoodassistance possible ILLTHi COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTION IPriceISurelt and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLES 131v FARM FOR SALE I offer my place for sale two miles from Frankfort on Louis ville pikehouse eight rooms allout buildings necessary abundance fruit of all kinds good soil well AnidealAddressDR W L CRUTCHER JOlm Cantt bo perfect health without pure blood Burdock Blood Bit antiinvigorates OASTORIABeari BlgnatUlO of 4lha Bought Tne FrankfortRountlaDDu Entered at till uostotlicett Frankfort Kc tuckyassocQiHlclass inuilabk matter ktEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE II 1904 INTERESTING CEREMONIES Programme for Kentucky Day at Worlds Fair Full of Stirring Events From Early Morn Until Late at Night Tho plans for Kentucky Day Wednesday Juno 15 at the Worlds Pair are rapidly maturing Indications point to this day being one of the greatest in the history the Louisiana Purchase Exposition There will be cheap rates in from all places in the State to St Louis Two special trains will ru- ta from Louisville one on the nigh of Juno 13 carrying the Kentucky Press Association and one on the night of June 14 made up of th- Louisville business men from th Board of Trade Commercial Club and Merchants and Mann factur ers Association This train will have a private car attached with Governor J C W Bockham his stuff and State officials aboard to gether with a committee of three from the Battleship Kentucky This business coons excursion is under the immediate supervision of a joint committee consisting of Messrs John H Brand Baylor fit Hickman Chas F Huhloln Theo Ahrens Alfred Brandeis Chas D Campbell W C T Cross Charles B Norton Peyton B Bethel V H Englehard E Woinstock WmI Thalheimer Douglas Barclay JjE Moses and Ed Rowland Both the editors train and the business mens special will run over the Henderson Route to St Louis The editors as has been before stated will spend a day very pleasantly before Kentucky Day sightseeing The business mens excursion will run direct to the- Worlds Fair Grounds over the Wabash and will parade headed by a band to the Kentucky Build r ing early on the morning of Ken tl tucky Day Breakfast will he taken at the German Restaurant adjoining the German Government Pavilion Tho exercises of the day will be y gin at 11 oclock at the State Build ping by the signing of The Green Kentucky Pastures a song written c toy Mrs Kate Slaughter MoKin ney a former Kentuckian now living at Birmingham Ala The of music of this song was written by Mr T C Calloway of Montgom ery who is coming to the Exposi tion especially to play the accom paniment to this song which will 13u1Athe States bestknown tenors Immediately following this song there will be presentation of the homecoming colors of the Bat b tleship Kentucky by a com mittee fom this good old ship to the Governor of tho State There 5 will he addresses by a Kentuckian snow in the army The regular exercises for Ken tucky Day will be held in FestivalI Hall and will include a tho big pipe organ the largest ever built President A Y Ford of the tiKentucky Commission will pre side and speeches will be made by President Francis of the Exposi tion a former Kentuckian by Hon Harry B Hawes of 1J Louis a former Kentuckian who is the president of the Kentucky Society of St Louis by Governor Beokhain and others At night from 8 to 11 oclock there will be a reception at the Kentucky Build r ing admission by card As pre viously stated no invitations to Kentucky D vy will be sent into Kentucky Every Kentuckian is 1s invited All events of the day willn Disease takes no sum- mertvacationIf you need flesh andtt strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409415 Pearl Street ChemistISoc and f ioo all EIOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit U To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me deleteriousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pain and tenderness around the heart an oppressive feeling in the chest choking sensation in t throat discomfort from sleepingon the side and smothering at when t sufferer has to tit up in bed to breathe are heartSmokersdo not understand their should fwarned in time by the following experience affectiotincludedtogethetr directions given and am pleased to say that cure is and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so nervous 1 could not keep my hands painoI posturetostoppedbeating DrMilesother remedies to all sufferers from heart or nervous troubles Yours truly ELIJAH HALL Dothan Ala All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book Addresss be made as distinctively Kentuckian as possible Kentucky Building souvenir buttons will bo oflbluegrnss= during the day and at the evening n reception DUST NUISANCE VIEWS 0 FIRSTCLASS PHYSICIANa There have been a great many typhoidAnd in tare all true to a certain extent but the latest theory that wo have heard advanced is that of the dust gWeof our ablest and most scientific of physicians who takes the ground in no unequivocal terms that bacteria and germs of typhoid fever tuberculosis and other kindred diseases are scattered in a more effective and deadly manner by the sweeping of dry dust from our streets at night into the dwellings our sleeping citizens He says there can be no question in any scientific mind but that street tel and expectorations are lleetIwith tho germs and bacteria typhoid and tuberculosis He thorIoughling is done at night so that dust may be kept down theII for wise the houses of our citizens e filled with fine particles trating the lungs of our citizens when relaxed in sleep making thorn doubly dnngorousIWhile granting that there may bo danger from typhoid in limes of drouth by the low stage of water supply consequent upon drouth that the fur greater danger is from the dust which accumulates in such dry times and is drawn into the lungs He stated that he knew of persons contracting typhoid while riding along a dusty road whoso water supply at their homes was abundant and unaffected by the drouth prevailing in the suction where they were riding Too often lie said country people would cast matter filled with bac teria upon tho surface of the ground both liquid and solid which would be rapidly dried out and caught up by the winds and disease started miles away His warning is to beware of dust tho dust cloud thoroughly cleansing tho mouth nostrils and throat after passing through such cloudsHe specially insistent upon the feat that the streets should be thoroughly sprinkled before having them swept and the resultant dirt immediately hauled off and not permit it to remain until dried out before hauling away We would most heartily commend these facts to those having thfYIMr rJ physician tho weight they deserve buttsdone any way whether tho evil is comprehensive as ho thinks or Ins NEWS F MF lli tHY followingpgiving us one of his experiences since ho left homo Riga Kuhn May 18 IDOl iORO foot above level of sea impossible to describe the ter rible snow storm prevailing at pros out Very dangerous People had to get out of train feaiful that tho gale would upset the oars We had MyheYours truly beFItENCHYet1VHY A CIRCUS DRAWS CROWDSg By this tuna almost every person living in this city and throughout tho adjacent territory for many miles knows that the great Sells Downs Show will exihibt in Frank fort Juno 15 The Sells Downs Show is a circus and an uptodate circus Every detail connected with its novelrprogram is carefully executed with an eye single to tho satisfaction of the circus patrons With it may be seen twentyfive clowns who are ably assisted by clown pigs clown dogs clown monkeys and clown donkeys From the entrance of tho Rube clown when its doors upon to the farewell salute by tho graceful prince of fools during the tacos the little folks are suro of wholesome amusement While the Sells Downs Show has the usual drawing power of a circus it also posssses unusual mag etism in tho way of securing pat ron Ae because of its unequaled The oldtime and rog noticeynow bout the Sells Downs Circus Now and novel features which are far above the ordinary predominate the Sells Downs program while it is very noticeable that socalled girlor ordinary acts have boon carefully elevated and improved so much so that even what have been considered com and worn out acts have been to a plane of merit and at tractiveness almost as high as that the feature of features There suit is inevitably the same in all cities the patrons of the Groat Soils b Downs Show are agreeably surprised and delighted Nobody complains of seeing the spine old thing II when leaving the tents The same old thing is never with the Great Sells Downs Show A STRONG HEART diJestlonIweakness Kotlol Dyspesia Curo cures indigestion relieves the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full per nnoe of its functions naturally Kodol increases tho strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues of the food nutriment the stomach and digestive organs Sold by J W Gayle RECITAL By Pupils of Miss Giltner Friday June 3 1904 800 p m Program Melodie Emily Harvie Thomas Idyllo four violins Labitzky Misses South Shaw and Settle and Mr Geo M Gayle- Hungarian Dances Brahms Misses Emily and Annie Thomas Cradle Song violin Schubert Miss Ellen Thomas GavotteMorey Miss Virginia DeanValse violin Gould Miss Mary ShawPapillous Bohr Miss Mary GayleAir Vane violin Danola Miss Eudura South ValseChopin Miss Mary Belle HobsonCavatina violinRafe Miss Rachel Settle Scherzo ValseGodard Miss Gladys MorrJso- nBreol1soIljinsky Miss Annie ThomasFantaisie Pastorale violin Singolee Mr Geo M Gayle Serenade Sinding Miss Emily Thomas Wiogonlled Brahms Mrs Darsie and Miss Emily Thomas ViolinsMiss Rachel Settle and Goo M Gayle === 011 = = IIAVegetabl Prep aration forAs- similating iheToodandReguta ttog th 5tnnmaehs ondBowels of PromotespiestionChcerful ness ns OpmmiMorpliine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC a 10 arOPdIPS lfnmnfzJBtJu A for tion SourStomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Tflc Simile Signature of III NEW YORK II r EXACT COPYOF waPAEall- aw JJ CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughta1 Bears the SignatUreof I r The Kind I You Have T Always Boug- htCASTORIA I i li aLW J f tjr ri OUR PROTECTION NlIyou wo can you an painting or repairing or seli you a vehicle that will not give sat As our future business depends on pleased customers wo would be taking an enormous we not fulfill every r l promise mado in these columns M WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL i Either in now work or painting or repairing and we are will tallow our work to advertise us IYOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE t J IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable and we guarantee our work We are building a nice line of our own handmade work mind emu take your order for anything you want besides wo 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 you SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky H K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas JHEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE Regular Style Special flog Horse and Cattle Style ISUIla In or 6 In apart Stays ia In or 6 In apart a galvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it vDoes not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigslEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by ds Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and femme your fields so they will stay fenceifc JSJPJBCIAX F ITEMS OF INTEREST IjSKIRT SALE Special sale cof Skirts 4 For Next Week f At 500 value 6 to 8 StylesfCorrect Weights See them i New Stocks tI f In Cash Prizes will be given away to per sons nearest the total paid at the Worlds Fair St Louis Mo You can secure ONE GUESS and THE 52 times year for 50 cents 50 to DO IT 1 Ia NO COURT NECESSARY t f Until 1850 the town of South Prankfort was a separate corpora t tion governed by a board of five who seem to have man on that side of the river Ji without depending upon a police or town marshal to enforce their ordinances On the 12th of June 1819 the following appear upon the minute book of the pro of the board It Ordered That a fine of two dol J lars and fifty cents he imposed on person who shall shoot any l i t within the limits of this If any person offending under age in that case tho pa rent master or guardian as the l caso may be shall bo liable to pay said line If a slave they shall have not loss than five nor more than twenty lashes Provided nevertheless Their master or any other person may exempt the slave by Paying said flue And it shall too tho duty of each Trustee or any other citizen of this town to give duo notice to the Collector of this town of such offenders who shall have full power to collect such lines sand said Collector shall pay them over to the Treasurer who shall appropriate thom by the di rection of the Trustees for the bend eflt of said town Ordered That a fine of two dol lars and fifty cents bo impoesd nn t Any person who may run or strain A horse within the limits of this aa town If any person so offending be under age their parent master or guardian as the case may beI shall bo liable to pay said line If A slave they shall receive for such offense not less than five nor more than thirty lushes The above order shall be in force from and after the Gth day of July next Provided nevertheless Tho master or any other person may exempt the slave by paying the abovenamed fine And it shall be the duty of the Collector to proceed as in the fore going order regulating shooting Under tho above orders it was only necessary to accuse in order to convict and no proof seems to have been necessary as to the guilt or innocence of the culpritr In the second order the board to have been careful not to interfere with the boys fun on tho t Fourth of July as it is not made effective until the day after Later on an order was made tin- posing a fine of two dollars upon any person who should water his horso at any of the public wells in I the town said fine to be assessed And collected in the same manner AS in the above orders tho clerk being directed to keep a copy of tho order stuck up on the public wells of this town CureTDigests what you cat Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Sncceisf ul treatment for blood and akin dlacaies LAWNS Beautiful Variety New Effects WHITE MADRAS P K SWISSES Etc w S FARMER 11 75OOOguessing aggregate attendance DO YOU KNOW WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD taSend cents this Paper NOW kuustees icourt iceodings Iffiny 4be t4poems IKILLED ITSELF A horse driven down Main street on Monday afternoon became in tractable and reared up falling back strut k its head on the brick pavement at the corner of St Clair and Main crushing its skull at tho base of the brain Every effort was made by the knowing ones to save tho animal it oven going so far as to get on its feet again but it finally fell and diedIt was the property of our young friend Mr A Short Hockensmith living on the Peaks Mill pike HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax the Women of Frankfort the Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household du ties With a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad backAnd she wouldnt if the kidneys were wel- lDoans Kidney Pills make well kidneys Here is a Frankfort woman who endorses this clni- mlIT Thornton wife of T TlKjJjMpi barber of 583 Short says A constant dull ach ing 1tiln across the small of my back caused by my kidneys has annoyed me for years On account of this and from the fact that my back has been so weak I have not boon abre to do any hard work about tho house at all There was n constant irritation from the kid ray secretions and they were irregular unnatural and scalding Deans Kidney Pills ware recom mended to me so highly that I got a box at J W Gayles drug store They certainly helped me in every way I felt bettor than I had for along time and I have no hesi tancy in recommending Doans Kidney Pills to any one suffering ldndfForcents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other Tisnt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil in the house Never can toll what mo ment an accident is going to hap pen 53Sa A HUNDRED YEARS For a hundred years or more Witch Hnzel has been recognized as- a superior remedy but it remained for E C DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the vir tues of Witch Hazel with other an tiseptics in the form of a salve DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is the best salve in the world for sores outs burns bruises and piles The high standing of this salvo has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for the name DoWitt on tho package and accept no other Sold by J W Gaylo it1li RIBBON SALE Beginning Saturday Morning 1 Lot lOc value 15c to 2oc 1 Lot Plaids Joe value 35c to 50c All the new soft Ribbons in Solids and Fancies GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR St ATLouis USE TH- EHenderson RIDiliJ THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKI AN S TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass Ant LOUISVILLE KY ANNUAL CONFERENCEY- OING lENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION W A Y N E S VILLE N C JUNE 10th to 20th 190- 4ANNUAL CONFERENCE YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ASHEVILLE N C JUNE 10th to 20th 1904 oecnslon1Inquiro Olllce Franfort Cincinnati Railway for particulars S E HUTTON G P A 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 been cured by it do not hesitate to recom mend it to their friends Kodol di gests what you oat cures indigos tion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the blood all of the nutriment contained in tile food Kodol Dyspepsia Cuio is pleasant and palatable DR E C ROEMELE DEUTSPHER ARZT Office and roslilTico above WEITZEL ODONNELL 803 Main St TELEPHONES Old 184 New 136 SUMMEfft SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE JUNE 28th to AUGUST 6th Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General j Frankfort Cincinnati Railway S E HUTTON G P A Blue Grass Nurseries SPRINC 1904 Trees hy the million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines Rhubarb Small Fruits ana everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 123m1 c MATTINGS RUGS 2 yards long 25C For Choice See Window Display Extra Values in Matting Remnants Shirt Waists 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 IH ROGERS Fr SONS IStobc Wcrmckc 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 Wt want to show you poiiaibifities us about it r THE EquiLablesLife Insurance SocietyriOF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLDy Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY r FRANKFORT l THE AMERICAS MOST POPULAR AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION t ON EARTH 3 Rings 2 Stages Half Mile Track Scores oft Original Features 100 Phenomenal Acts 25 Clowns 20 Hurricane Races 10000 Seats 1000000 Menagerie Camels and Elephants SPLENDID IN ORGANIZATION MAGNIFICENT IN PRESENTATION THE CAPT WINSTONS SEE THE Sea REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS Grandest and Night Rain or Shlno Under 10 Acres of WaterProof Canvass Cheap Excursion Rates on all Lines of travel EoSI INS SHACKLEFORD Saturday Mr H V Hoskins and Miss Viola Shaokelford both Lexington were married Mr Hopkins is a young business man of Lexington His bride is a a niece of Mr Jesse P Williams Mrs M B McKinney and Mrs B r Todd Crutcher of this city Her father Mr J W was formerly in the grocery business in this city tiKENTUCKIAN LOSES OUT We regret to learn that Judge W 5 B Holt has not been reappointed S District Judge for the Dis of Porto Judge Chas F McKenna of Pennsylvania to fill the posit tion NICE FARM FOR SALE Dr W L Crutoher offers for sale Ir his nice farm on the Louisville 1 pike It is an ideal plaCe for a market garden and fruit farm Read his ad CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much The poor patient and the rich patient too dan do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking regularlya warmer cline you t of the thousands of consumptives there the few who aro benefited and regain strength are those that Use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr ft f 1k tltt i f JUa w r WEDNESDAY JUNE 15TH GREAT SELLS AND DOWNS UNITED SHOWS GRANDEST GREATEST PUREST FAIRESt AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE WORLDS BEST CIRCUS TALENT Trained Seals Lions Horses OF Sacred Caribou on Only One I In this Country Afternoon mxMARRIEB 11On Iiof Shaokleford iU Ricof1pointed ANYSHOW Earth I = HONORED BY GEORGETOWN COLLEGE AND COLTJEGEcHONORS The faculty of Georgetown Col legs has honored Dr John A Lewis and at the same time hon ored the college of which he is an alumnus by conferring the degree of LL D upon him at the recent commencement Dr Lewis is the peer of any man in Kentucky as a physician and surgeon and as man of unblemished integrity an learningWe the following from thei Lexington Herald of yesterday We congratulate Georgetown Col lose on conferring the degree of LL D on our friend Dr John A 1IJtHlsit was worthily done he deserves any honor that college or college can confer on him Arid we rejoice to know that he is recovering his health and his friends and physicians confidently expect him to be able to leave his house within a few days- THANKS We have been placed under obi gations to Dr W L Crutoher for a box of splendid strawberries has as fine as ever come to th market If you wish nice fruit f preserving see the Doctor DO IT TODAYn InjunotioNever at you can do today is now orally presented in this form it today That is the terse vice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug for several days perhaweeks Take some reliable ramed for it todnyand lot that remedy be Dr Boscheos 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 it use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dre consumption has attacked yet lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeleRsJ cases of lung 1 bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr t 1W6t2 L HEATHS BRANSOMIn this city on Monday Mrs Barbara E Bran som widow of the late Mr Janice Bransom aged years from heart trouble Mrs Bransom was a good woman earnest and true Shu was a de BaptistCLurohSome eichteon months ego her husband sickened and died and after that her lifo was never sane She came back from V Icy View where her husband It charge of the lock on the Kentucky River in the employment of the openedhoarcliug she was successfully conducting when the sudden messenger earn Without warn lnguaR a thief in the night ccame but she was ready Her work was done she entered into rest The funeral services wore oo morningRevsary absence of her pastor Rev- B M Adams after which the remains were placed by the side her husband in our cemetery She leaves one son and one daughter to mourn her death to whom we tender our sympathy KENDALL Tn Louisville on Saturday Mr Richard J Kendall aged about years of consumption Mr Kendall was born and roar in this city but had lived in Louisville for somo twelve or fifteen years Ho had many relatives here Ho leaves a wife and s children to mourn his death The remains were brought here tdinA COSTLY MISTAKE Blunders are sometimes very ox pensive Occasionally life its l f butygnneverKingsNew Lifo Pills for Dyspep sia Dizziness Headache Liver or gentyetCOMPLIMENT Katherine Thompson of your city was chosen as one of the four piano students who represented the music department of Georgetown College at the Commencement Re opal June 7 Miss Thompson posI sesses fine musical seusibiliites and has done credit to the college to herself nad her teacher for the past two years I hope she is as fully appreciated by the music loving public of Frankfort as by the people of Georgetown among whom she is exceedingly popular both be ause of her musical ability and her charming personality GERTRUDE WESTLAKE Instructor of Piano- Georgetown College IMPROVEMENT AT FREIGHT DEPOT adt of granitoid walks handsome plotfloweringwill add very greatly to the appear and comfort of things in that se cityNow union passenger station and things in railroad affairs will be in flue shape POSTPONED Tho Board of Education has postponed 4 tho election of teachers for Tuesdayi DEATHisorlr Albert Wilson son of Mr John Stun Wilson of the Bridgeport neighborhood committed suicide laborlnng mains wore brought to our seine tbaAN A LARM CLOCK FOR 25o anhd o Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refresh ing sleep with u gently movement of the bowels about breakfast timo W H Howell Houston laxsays Enrly Risers are the host pillIm ml o for constipation sick bytr v 7dBTOR JABears Signature of A IL l TrainnTOnColorado UTAHch IITHE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May aeserviceThroughisco Excursion tickets now on solo For addressBTraY Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND b3ion Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Asheville N C ofTENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land ofthe Sky tholowestseaSituatedzoneeof tho climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av IIxu 5348 degrees F Winter H887 de grace F With a moan for the whole year of 541o degrees F and a mean relative humidity of but 05 per cent I A natural paradise whore all human ills fled quick relief REACHED ONLy BY TIlE Southern Railway Skybookletfolder etc send two cent stamp to ALLENASBsitant St Louis Mo H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A Cor 4th and Market SU LonLirh FOR SflliEA very desirable twostory BRIC RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentuck Avenue West Side Bellepoint Ni be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv officeaIllinois Central A Seventh S River Louisville tMemphis N O Ltd No i m Arrives 7ao n m Now Orleann Special No mNoet yes 720 a m Arrives 455 intcrmcxliaJfawnHodgenvillenndHopkinsvdlleexceptSunday no Stops No Accommodation No mForSSundaysRun Dally r ANNOUNCEMENTS I Illinois Central B R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cincinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a leave 200 p in Arriving at Havana Monday morn onewaYthroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving nil particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings fromr New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and 4RaymondChicago Fikiay February 12 for Orleans Mardi Gras also from Fri lay Mafph 4th for California vin Orleans private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion andSanRoutosevery Tuesday from Cincinnati Via and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS thf1touristrates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti sleepingcars indinln P book on Now Orleans ri GULFPORT MISSI atGulfportGu f Coast has 250 rooms single or bathSteamcold running water and telephone MemIsleepingwnnd r single change on same train en route at Memphis into through forillustrated y port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser bookdescribinghealth and pleasure resorts J FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can f Central of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P A LouisvilleA r New Orleans x A H HANSON a P A ChloagoJNOMemphis t yf BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Lexington Traction CoiCars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m everyhour10 p m Single faro 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every from 711 m to 11 p m except 11 a m p m 8 and 10 prhourfrom J ntK20tf wIIt rr We are enabled to offer great in ducements to subscribers to tho Roundabout in connection with the Louisville Evening Post Look at this Websters Unabridged Dic 8OGee800 Roundabout 100 H200All jsThis price is loss than the public would pay for the Dictionary alone 1 thetoState tf OA S T C nZ ABears ignature of A Iave Bought dl YER NO8 ttFL COS iJ FLYER DAYS tJI 1 EACH WEEK w if NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY BOUGHT AT BIG REDUCTION WE DONT STATE VALUES THEMI RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Uev M Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Morning subjeotSatans Power hand Its Limits FaitbofISundayschool at 945 a m in chapelvDepartment and Bible classTaught by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join i Baptist Young Peoples Union t chapelLeaderTopic How May I Overcome Temptation Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 715 oclock in the chapel Normal Class will meet at 515 Prof J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JHURCHRev A B Chinn rector Sunday June 12 1904 OHO a m In the chapel 11a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon WednesdayI780 p m ohapelFriday ParishIEverybody cordially invited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev T George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p Sundayschool at 030 am mIchapel Christian Endeavor Society meets svt chapelLeaderTopic U What I Must Do To Be come Christs Disciple Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclockaTopic Besetting Sins The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mIan nightaltEverybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 645 p m hjvltedPrayermeeting night at 780 p m The public cordially invited to attend i i METHODIST CHURCH Rev W T Rowland Presiding Elder hold the last Quarterly Conference iEwill preach at the usual hours to i morrow 11 a in and 745 p m The public cordially invited to at teid those services The morning v sermon will bo followed by the Lordsf jLadiesnightratif Visitors cordially welcomed Dr Weavers Treatment ipurifies tbo blood Cerate heals skin eruption i t t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY rRECENTLY S D JOHNSON CO 311 ST 8 t a I t AT YOUR MICE 2i1 HOURS A DAY Although our store is not constantly open at night as it is during the day we are always glad when needs for dru s supplIesfor nightftent as our during the daynnd OUR PRICES ARE THE SAME DAY OR NIGHT And are alike to all We want your trade at all times and we nimIto pro vide service that is en tirely satisfactory When ever you have occasion to patronize a drug store either during the day or night we hope you will remember that you can be sure of right treatment rigut goods and right prices by coming hero TIIII Gayle llrnR Stores EACH WEEK MAIN ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutch of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger AREHAPPYTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AN SPEEDY CURE HighMrAveMrBroadRevanMaynard AveRevWe could fill a newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Buttryat Immediate it afford for sale atIIGAYLESDrug II No DallyEx FOR RERPESENTATIVE announreIas n nomination for roeleotion as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party 8te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec 19tf COUNTY OLERKC announceNfor reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52 te- CANDIDATE FOR JAILER = We are authorized to announce J DAN MOORE as n candidate for jailor 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 RepresentaIaction of the Democratic party28te You Can Pin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves 2thesell it Made only by the j E E mlIllnoCoI l FLYER NO8 FRIDAY SATURDAY JUNEIOandI1Lawns Ribbons Silks Silk Shirt Waist Suits WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MoKEEI The Yeoman Carriage EFormerly the Seller Carriage Co and Favorably Known to People of lrranklin County RIGHTLY MADE require no better recommendation than hard service Hard serviceYehonest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for ns than satisfyyourself l detail 4 dThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing nnder andthe r departmentsus possibleWepreparedYEOMAN McKEE k Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry Away More goods from our store than any other place in town We buy for cash in large quantities and take ad vantage of every discount We give our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once you will be our customer alw- aysJOHNDRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903FEASTBOUND WESTBOUND 2 A u- eaveL E NoI Sun Leave AM Stations IMis m StationsDully ij Daily HP AI223I 745 0 Lexington 0 11Ie06810 825 Winchester 856 918 887 489 406 923 Stanton 828 4SS 485 954 Natural Bridge Iii 401 449 1003 62 Torrent 6 i4i 847 611 1029 Beattyville Junction i26 898 615 1130 9jJackson gj 625 886 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MII NO DailyEx Ex SundI Ex Sund DallyI Bund A No2I No3 Clay M9niIA M Lve P M LvelIN Ar1 PMAr o 980 800 1120 0 l 925 280 O K Junction aH 1126 i 843 168 Willmrst li 1162 880 152 Hampton 430 1268 7M 12S Leo City 610 122 10 21nNos and will make closo connection at O a K Junction with Nos 3 and tor points on tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CON LEY Superintendent IGeneral CHARLES SCOTIA Manager O P A The difference betw- eenMALTWHEAT BISCUIT I and breakfast foods is all the difference in the world Dont take our word try them I 15 MEALS CENTS ABSOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The following resolutions were passed by the German Benevolent Society on the death of Mr Stephen Fuhs who was a charter member of that body Whereas It has pleased the Mas ter of the Universe to take from this our late brother Stephen Funs therefore bo it Resolved That we the German Benevolent Society extend to his bereaved relatives our deepest sympathy and condolence Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his relatives published in the Roundabout and Spread upon our minutes V BERBERICH HAS KEHR LOUIS WEITZEL sr Committee Frankfort Ky June 7 loot GOOD SHOWING- Itinder the careful guidance oft Judge J H Polsgrove the fiscal ccrjirt of this county has its finances in good shape We are glad to be able to say that thorn is r now in the now court house fund the comfortable sum of 18000 and 1withevery prospect that it will be increased regularlyf Judge Polsgrove is certainly to be l t congratulated as this result is largely due to his watchful care He has made a good judge i IMPURE DRINKING WATER t dangerdysentery ilow its use Every person should f have handy a bottle of Painkiller quioklykstorekeeperssubstitute upon you as is some times done for the sake of a few cents extra profit Large bottles 25 and 60 cents COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court day There was a fairly good crowd present in the first part off the day but a heavy shower of rain coming up scattered the crowd and quite a large proportion left for i home But little stock was offered and that little hrought low prices Politics out quite n figure THAT BAND PICNICy totThe Frankfort Cornet Band will t Rive a grand picnic and dance at Cove Spring Park on Tuesday June I 21st There will be quite a number t of prizes up for contest i These boys are making fine music and deserve the strongest encoui goodLql we now Lets encourage the boys to keep the band up to its present high standard FOR SALE A threeyearold red Poll Bull Apply to H C COLSTONForks Elkhorn 89tf 15 I VERY GRATIYFING It is a source of gratification and pride to the friends of Mr Paul Collins of this city that he won both the oratorical contests for rep resentative of Central University Danville Tine winning of the last contest entitles Mr Collins to the gold medal of Central University and makes him the representative of that college in the approaching oratorical contest at the Lexington Cbautauqua Frankfort is proud of her young son SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLoiisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 am am No5 pm Ipm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar ShelbYvillo 910 528 851 Lawrenceburg 965 020 085 1016 d42 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgotown 1150 740 No4 No2 pm No am OI Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 025 512 755 Lawrenceburg 643 540 820 720 626 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 andLexlnghmAlso on trains Nos 5 and 6 Through Obser HarrodsburtheSouthviaKnoxvillearrlvingLexIngtonBetween LouisStNo No2 m1ArHuntfngburg00 p m 145 a m St Louis 680 pm 782 a m No8 No1 mArHuntingburgI 255 pm 425 am545 pm 719 a m No No mArEvansville 1025 pm 180 pm No9 No Lv Evansville 780 am 115 p m znArbetweenLouisvlllo LouisvilleTrains Nos and Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louis CarsWithapplytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA B P O ELKS July182ROn account of the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Rail way will sell only round trip tickets at one fare saleiuly10thAugust 4th with privileges of ex tloketsS Frankfort Wiiti Gjj The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 A 5- 1NoS IVAILY EXCEPT 200 060 Lv D Frankfort Ar 6 Summit 211 Elkhorn 106 6 2J Stumping Ground 0 2 7 Duvall 85 Johnson 110 0 Georgetown 6 261 i C S Depot f 6 269 805 Now town 0 8 8 Centerville 5 59 555IAr j Paris I Lvi 6 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentral Connects at Frankfort Union Depot wIth L BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P MIA MIAMIPM 200 8 10110 Lv Georgetown Arl 80 6 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv1 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M PM 2 00 Lv Frnnkfori Ar Lv Georgetown Ar 629 bSO Lv Ar 583 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 6 Frankfort A11 26A 720P 2 47P 7 Georgetown L 80A 625P 823P 8 MAIL Paris L 9 80A 6 42P 6 UP Winchester U 7 09A 245P 8 16P Maysville L 5 45A 15P Cynthiana L 3P ltpIA Richmond L 7 A n02P Cincinnati L GEO B HARPER SAMUEL HUTTON Pres and Genl Sept G P A KENTUCKY DAY AT THE WORLDS FAIR THE BANNER DAY OF THE EXPOSITION THE HENDERSON ROUTE THE OFFICIAL LINE FOR KENTUCKIANS Governor Beckham the Louisville Bonrd of Trade the Commercial Club and the Merchants and Manufacturers Association have chosen the popular Hen derson Route as the Official Line to St Louis for the great Kentucky Day Cele purchasing your tickets ask for them over the Henderson Route the Free Reclining Chair Car Line 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 60 cents for the round trip ets sold July 6th Oth and 7th Final privIlegesS E HUTTON G F P A Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruption NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION ST LOUIS MO JULY Oth 1904 For the above occasion tho Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at one fare plus 60 cents for the round trip Dates of sale July 2d to Oth inclusive Final limit leaving St Louis July 16th S E HUTTON G P A HOUSE MOVER W S Carter offers his services as a housemover or raiser to the citizens of Frankfort Apply at LexingtonKy40lm REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CON VENTION CHICAGO JUNE 2124 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at one firstclass fare plus fifty cents for the round trip Dates of sale June 16th to 20th inclusive final limit June 29th 1904 S E HUTTON G P P A OLD TAYLORtf THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky Pleasant toytaKe ft1f t l Laxat1veSyrup jfr e NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION j Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a t rAareVegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc f Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4 FWORMSl SfVERMIFUCEMost in Quantity Best In Quality rh For 24 Years iii Ltd all Worm Remedies Z80La BYaXXpared by J OElVGrGrXSWSgPAUL B WEITZEL WbuAWomaieJsDepressQd has frequent headaches a bad csse of nerves Jack orappetite to sleep well a morbid all gone nuladyItsDont tn to got today at your druggists a bottle of It will quickly and surely restore theand dl organs to their e normal functionstool You Ulike a noW woman after taking the first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS Y PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway SUBSCRIBE FOR TH- EROUNDABOUT tn A STRONG COMBINATION n THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT l AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALDB- oth able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supeirior telegraph service embracing the entire 11 t world correspondents in the Far East withqt- he armies and navies of Russia and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort 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