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Yr 4 k THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GrfiO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 Advance I VOL XXY1L FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 25 1904 NOI 42 h MONDAY EVENINGS STORM Lightning Plays Its Pranks In Sov oral Directions Though No Serious Loss Occurs On Monday owning abort 530 oclock a fleroo storm of wind and rain accompanied by heavy thun del and lightning visited this city and vicinity The residence of Col E H Tay Ilor jr just outside the city limits struck by lightning and the oupolo badly damaged and the family considerably shocked and shaken up The smokehouse attached to tho residence of Capt John K Spiers on Campbell street was visited by the electric fluid and a considorn blo slice torn out but strange to say the building was not burned Mrs U G Mutxonburgh whr lives close by Capt Spiers was at work in hog kitchen at the time and was knocked down by the cur rent and badly stunned feeling the effects of the stroke for some hours afterwards Tho telephone wires were struck several times and three or four loud reports proceeded from the East Tennessee Cos olllce on Main street many people facing lead to believe that the oiltco hud been damaged The water poured down in shoots so that the sewers on Clinton street wero choked and the street from Lewis street west to the river was a lake of water from six in ches to two feet in depth Tho weather which had been close and sultry became much ronleringtIt is miraculous that no serious damage was lone WITH HIGH HONORS Mr 1 McCluskoy Ulaynoy jr of this city graduated at the Har vard Law School Now Haven Coon this week with high honors Mr Jilaynoy is the youngest son of Roy Dr J MoCluskoy Klaynoy sr of this city and is a talented young man He studied law with his uncle Gen Ban W Lindsay BURGLARS ABOUT Citizens of the South Side are complaining of the depredations of some sneak thieves The smoke house of Mr E Roberts of this olllco wits broken into on Monday night and gome clothing carried away No very serious loss has ooeurrod as yet BIG EXCURSION PARTY Tho Falls City was crowded on Tuesday with two big excursion parties for up the river points One composed of about 100 people was Lion Indianapolis Ind The other composed of some 25 people was from Benton Harbor Mich timeItucky river scenery has called the attention of people all over the country to this section und excur sions are following one another IFF FOR MISSISSIPPI The Capitol Commission loft on Tuesday for Jackson Miss to in spect the now State Capitol of that State They will bo gone a week or ten days TO DELIVER ADDRESS Judge O S Doming of Alt Olivet Robertson county has ac cepted an invitation to deliver an address at the meeting of the Blue and the Gray at St Louis Mo on Friday July loth FINAL ADJOURNMENT The Court of Appeals which had determined to adjourn on Saturday found that there was some business that they had not disposed of and lid not adjourn in til Monday whon they adjourned to court in course which will ho Sept W They did not decide the case o Commonwealth v Caleb Powers BIG EXCURSION CROWD Moro tnau MO persons took ad vantage of the low rate excursion to Cincinnati run by the F C and the Q d C railroads on Sun lay last Tho faro was only I2 for the round trip Tho same roads will inn ar other excursion on Sunday July IT for the samo fare limo train will leave hero at 7 oclock a in and re turning leave Cincinnati at 8 oclock p FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support ou remedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which rives our reforonees terms ate MANHATTEN THERA PEUTIC ASSN Dopt H 1115 Broadway Now York City LAIRD SCHOBER OIS L OXFORDS We have received the full celeI brated OXFORDS Wo fl have them in Pat e n t Leather the new Christy JI Tie Ideal Kid in welts 1andturns find Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober l Cos shoes are the finest made t R1K1 McCLURE SON a 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY l atf1 iii CITY SCHOOL TEACHERS ELECTED 1ho Board of Education at their meeting on Tuesday night very wisely reelected the present very efficient and capable corps of teachers of the city schools Tho only changes made were in cases of vacancies faro following is the list White Schools Principal High SchoolProf Goo C Downing High SchoolMiss S Wallace Smith Miss Margaret A Lewis Miss Lena Lynch andI Grades Miss Louise A Miss Anna M Sullivan Miss Prime H Brawn or Miss Emma Payne Miss gila Stephens Miss Mary L McEwan Mrs Jennie iI Chinn Miss Maude A Whitohead Miss M Lookett Smith Miss Julia R John son Miss Mary McNamara Miss Rebecca Johnson Miss M Scott Chinn Mrs Lucy Sargent Miss Lull M Nelson Miss Annie Hub bardBusiness Depart m out Miss Frances Hamilton Supply Teachers Miss Berth a Talbott Miss Corinno Henry Miss Rachel Cromio West Side School Drawing Miss Jessie Co- xKlndorgltrtll1flss Marga re t Page Principal Miss Nellio Marshall Assistant Musicliof Wayland Graham JanitorJohn Ilaydon- EngineerSanmI Stone SchoolfHigh School Misses Lula L Ooloman W Annette Scott Mar garet E Gray IGmdeH Misses N C Coleman Sadie M Kibby Katie R Willis V M Madison Lottie A Todd Julia M Spencer Supply Miss Nettle W McKee Kindergarten Miss M E Wil- lfitmsJanitor1V Scott Jameson SLIGHT BLAZE An alarm from box IS at 050 p m Saturday was occasioned by a blaze in a cottage on Third street near Fowler lie damage was about 10 I01ISrMiss Lena K hot OJ of this city won one of time Cincinnati Com imnercimil =tribune trip tickets tu St Louis in the voting contest just closed FOURTH OF JULY MARCHERS Mr L A Trumbo who is a grad Otto of tho old Kentucky Military Institute is raising a company of marchers for the 4th of July parade Ho now has some 25 young wHntslmorouniform will bo white pants blue- coat red neoktio blue cap with whito baud and cane This company will add very much to time attractiveness of the parade BURGLARY Tho grocery store of Mr Chits W Salloll Masonic Temple Ann street was broken into on MOMI day night by bursrlars It seems that the big solid iron door leading to tho rear had tho lock broken oil by the thiovos tho 0111tlUIICOSome 12 in cash was taken from the lash register told probably other things from the store Tho saute thieves attempted to gain admission to the hardware house of Mr Frank G Stagg ad joining on the south but wore un able to gain entrance A little more vigilance on the part of the police would help things and a dose of cold led would cool tho ardor of the thieves SAVE THE CH LDREN Statistics will prove that a largo per oontago of deaths among chil oomplicntioufug of milk by bacteria Cholera In fan turn is tho most fatal disoaso of infancy and common especially PlrljDlnlsis tho host remedy and saves many a childs life while tho looter is coming 25 and 50c bottles tt INTERESTING PRICES ON DRYGOODSF0 NEXTWEEKKeep big sums of money on your purchases- in the run of a year Nice smooth quality unbleached cotton 80 inches wide worth Uc this week per yard only 5cI Best Sic bleached cotton inches wide soft finish price per yard Isale I Good quality apron ging hum brown and blue check IIpCl yard only 7ci 5c1IBanockburn Suitings for Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits in gray blue brown and pricoIIICotton Voile Suiting in shades rlJ rui lar 2oc sale price I per yard only 5c 19c1 Mercerized Madras Cloth in solid colors and stripes I and lots suitable for Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist NO 4143 St Street At fridge l L I HOY HO1JHEKS 1Xnthnn Croon mud Hurry Tigg brought to city Saturday by Special Oilicer Phil Thompson charged with breaking into anti robbing the post otllco at Scotts Station Shelby county Tho youug thieves only obtained 2 in money They were brought boforo U S Commissioner Chapman on Mon day and held over to the U S Court KILLED BY LIGHTS EN U While tho storm wits raging on Monday evening Mr itU 1 lOX oil who lives at McKcos Cross youths was coming in from a to bacon field on the farm of Mr Pat OBrion near Jetts whoa a bolt of lightning struck and instantly killed him Ho was an unmarried man without tamilv While at Owen ton on Monday in the prosecution of his canvass for the Democratic nomination for Itidgu of tho Court of Appeals Judge las E Cautrill suffered a partial stroke of paralysis the en tire left side being involved Owing to Judge CantrilPs situ and age it is feared Ihat time stroke may bo a very serious one Dr WonvorB Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the eking w 1ltA1 25I ISuits roffulnr price only19c IIREADY TO WEAR GARMENTS Just received another ship ment of Silk in black blue gray told tan These are made with a wide pleated ruflle good quality silk worth 7 stile price ished worth 2 only Olin buy them for 500 I 1S1dlts175 I 1 ISkirts100 II110 are also offering special values in- LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS SHIST WAIST SUITS 1WRAPPERS IIIu C KAGIN BIROIClair POSTOFFICE lPIabout PARALYZED Underskirts IHSLIXOtISHED L AVVEH ASH PKOMIXENT MASON D1 ES FROM- APOPLEXY Judgo J Soule Smith one of tho most prominent lawyers of tho Lexington bar and one of tho brightest and best informed Ma sons in Kentucky was stricken with apoplexy on Monday morn inn while in tho Mower garden of his residence in Lexington and died instantly k Judge Smith was a solfmado mean having started in life without a dollar at tho conclusion of tho civil war in which ho enlisted as a Confederate sold for when only 1Jj IT years of age Ho had served as CMty Attorney of Lexington County Attonrey oftFayetto county liucorder of City Court City Councilman and City Assessor limo matter of his dottiest love and warmest devotion 1IOWOOIJwas tho Masonic Fraternity His fund of information in this regard was simply marvelous and his 1 magnilioient memory wits stored with tho lore of that lll1J1 order Ho hull flllod somo of the highest otllcos in tho order with rare dis tinction honor anti profit to the fraternity The funeral obsequies were hold in Lexington on Wednesday last and tho largo attendance testified to tho high esteem in which our t brother and friend was held in tho city of his adoption l r Wruvurrt Treatment t eruptionsl 71 ER9 l 1- i AL== =t Mr Rb A Mvuvnr IOff Mon ti ny morning far Jiorirrtovu- rMrtk R K JilNon went to Louis Grille Sunday Mr Kd K Abbott visitod fi lends iintoviinrton on Sunday Mr H Urlgjrs spent Sunday LexingtonMr Marksluiry and wife went to Shelby county on Snndny- Mi s Hall IP HiMndnn of Lexijii ton is visiting relatives Irriv Editor Ino IL Pryden sr wvn- fro Cincinnati on VfcdneMlny Hon Geo H Alexander of Louisville tsa sin the city Tuesday Mr Matt H Holt of Louisville Ir ipis horn on Tuesday Rov Inorjro Darsin returned from Carrollton Mo on Thursday Mr Clarence Fu vzi visited rein tivos in Versailles this Meek hiAj Mr eons McKee of Lexington visitod frkiids hero Sunday friendseMiss Msirtrarpt Sheehan of Lonis rillo spent Sunday hero Mr Jus N Miles of Lexington was hew this week Mr Oeorge Gordon of this office spent Snndny in Cincinnati Mr reo Smith left Sunday night Ins London England to make a violinist tour of treat Britain Mr V Rerberielt and wife visited their sons in Cincinnati on Sun day Messrp ttobt and Louis Selhert of Cincinnati were trnests of Mrs M A Selbert this week Mrs R B Tillson and daughter visited lelatives at Covington this aveok Ihs Fannie Maslin of Woodford county was the guest of relatives here this week Mr Tno W Rodman who has been in Ballard county on legal business returned home Saturday Mr W W Longmoor went to vCynthiana Saturday to visit rein tives Mr J C Hnbbard wife and children have gone to East Bank W Va to spend the summer Mr A A Bailey and wife of Bagdad were guests of Miss Ruth Robinson this week Mrs Hiram Berr and nIeceMiss Clintio Cunningham have gone to st Louis Mo to take in the Fair Miss Willana Smith left Sunday dos a two weeks visit to friends Cincinnati Mr W W Jett of Louisville at tended the marriage of his brother 1 Mr Alvin D Jett on Monday Miss Carrie Thomason of this r city is visiting Miss Loulio Jones of Switzer Mw C F Duty and child of Cat ngton is the guest of Mrs E SG ORoar l1r H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city Wednesday ti Mr 1 W Morrison of the Lox ington Roller Mills was in the city Wednesday Miss Upton of Lame county is the guest of Mrs Walter Crady hHra street SlJl Lonlo Evans who has been visiting friends at Russollville has returned home Mr Howard H Farmer has ac cented a position and gone to Iouis ville to reside ProfT T Gaines of Crescent Hill visited relatives here this week Mr Ralph R Wilson wife and than are visiting relatives at Fnl unouth JJudge lL F Roach of Harrods Snirg was the gnrst of Mr J Mor gun Chln11 this week Mrs James Elder of Lexington was the guest of her sister Mrs G n Fundley this week Col Chas E Hogo was called to Danville Va on Tuesday by the death of his little granddaughter Mrs Arthur Branch is visiting liar lather Mr J T Staten in Shelby county Mr W Arthur Howard who has been at the Worlds Fair St Louis returned homo on Saturday Mr Jas M Settle of Owen county was in the city his old Ji homo on legal business Saturday J Dr Alex Stout of Chicago Ills ti was the guest of Mr Win C Utter hank this weok f Miss Nellie Murphy of this ollice spent Sunday with her sister in Lexington Secretary 1 Paul Swain of the local V M C A was in Louis nillo several lays this week Mr Saml Itodde ami wito spent i Sunday III Midway the guests of 3Mr Leo Bloomliold- Mr Whit Moore of Cincinnati was in the city on Monday arrang ing to move his effects to that city Mrs J R McKee and Mrs S T Railey of Woodford county wore in the city Monday Ii it t Mrs Jennie Todd CardVll has tnUiMi rooms with In v snot Mrs iR Crlttcndn pping street Rev Richard L McCready of 11111iStampfliIo the serious illness of his father Mr Will Ti lor of Chicago ibis wa the finest of Iris sister Mrs Sullivan MaMi street this woek Mr Goo O Shaw and wife who have heeii vjsitinu friends in Lex ington have returned home tMr R V Stratton who has Item vhitlng friends in Cincinnati hits returned hunts Miss M Lockett Smith who has LoxingtalhasMrs Rose Jones cf Indianapolis SIiiieoSnlyersMrs Wcideknmper of Louisville who lull boon the guest of Mrs Jerome Woitol has returned home Misses Ann and Mason Montgom ery who have been a way at school have returned home Mr R G Hisrdon and wife left pnelthlCol Richard Morris attended tho Republican National Convention at Chicago this week Cap M H Insko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was in the city this week Mrs S Ieloxri of Versailles who has been the guest of Mr C Fugnzi hrs returned homo Miss Elise B Shalor of Louis vine is the guest of Miss Sudie Crutcher Shelby street Master Lee Hammond is visiting relatives at North Ploasurcville this week Dr E H Black who has been visiting relatives at Forks of Elk- horn and Stamping Ground has returned home Mr Geo W Wilder wife and child of Paris who have been visiting relatives here left for home Monday morning Miss Pearl Edwards who Ins been the guest of her aunt Mrs W W Jett went to Cincinnati Sun dayMiss Mamie Powell and Miss byherMonday to take in the Zoo Mrs Geo C Craddy and son Xevill of Versailles were guests of Mrs Lafo Crutoher Steele and Second streets this week Miss Belle Giltner who has been visiting her sister Mrs N M Crutches at Duckers returned home Saturday morning Mr Chas F Duty of Coving ton who was the guest of Judge E C ORear on Sunday returned home Monday morning Mrs Walter Crady and Miss Lil ian Cindy who have been visiting relatives in Lame county have returned homo Hon E H Taylor Jr attended the Republican National Conven tion as a spectator and guest of Hon John W Yerkes Mr Paul Olberman of Louisville was called here to attend funeral of his uncle Mr George Yagel Mrs Jas B Howard wife of Mr J B Howard accused of the mur der of Senator Goebel has moved from Manchester to Barbonrville Mrs David P Davis who was called to Shelbyvillo by the illness of her father Mr Samuels has re turned home Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife of Newtown were guests of Mr Geo F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill this week Mr E C Shipp and wife of Owon county visited Mr Thos E Kenney and wife Third Avenue this week Mrs Jas Andrew Scott who has been visiltnu her son Mr Howell Scott at El Paso Texas came homo Saturday Mr Howell Scott of El Paso Txeas is visiting his parents Col Jas A Scott and wife Shelby streetDr Maurice S Davis of Lexington who has been visiting his father Mr 1 Davis in this city returned home on Monday Mrs J B Eastin and children of Lexington mute guests of her patents Capt C W Merchant and wifeMr Grover Land who has been playing base hall at Paducah made a flying visit home this week owing to having a crippled shoulder Dr E H Black Inns gone to Louisville to loside permanently with his daughter Mrs Jas A lodges Misses Florence Smedley and Minnie Tucker of Lexington were guests of Mrs A G Joilors this weok Miss May McGlasson of Louisville who has been the guost of Miss Fannio SaiVell Gray has re turned home Prof S L Froggo left Tuesday for Louisville to moot the Board of Directors of tlio Vaudorbilt Preparatory Schools Miss Ophelia Thomason is visit lug in Tennessee old before 10 turning homo will look in the Fair at St Louis Mr Win H Kidd commercial traveler for the Frankfort Shoo Co camo home Thursday morning for a visit to his family r r i IMI NIClrI i t t r l Jas Mi tli VLiJS V ii7Jllltr i j I I i 1 IElRtl I2I f 1JH ISlfJ I FOR SALE BY M A S E L BE RTr LEADING JEWELER Eilib t rtW sm Mr C Fu azi the popular con spentthisness 11tnghterMiss IndIi80nCapitalVednOStiaylEditor 1 H Dryden Sr and wife leave today for a visit to their daughter Mrs Ross A Mc Callum at Dayton O Mr Win romwelljand wife who have bsen visiting his brother Mr Jno C Cromwell at Cleveland Ohio returned home Monday evening g Mrs Pettio Adams of Shelby county who was formerly Miss Page of this city was the guest of her cousin Miss Cordio Jetlers this week Mrs R M Bergman and son Weston who have been guests other parents Capt 1 T West and wife returned to their homo in Irvine on Tuesday Mr Alex T Lewis of State Col lege Lexington who has been visiting his father Mr J B Lewis left for Lexington on Mon dayMrs W S Farmer and Mrs Mol lie Blakemore who were called to Lawrenceburg by the illness of their mother Mrs Lillard re turned hums Saturday Mr Frank H Johnson Mr Geo A Lewis and Mr Colon M Jones attended the funeral of Judge J Sonic Smith In Lexington on Wednesday Prof S JJFrogle leaves tomorrow night for St Louis Mo to attend the National Educational MondayinMiss Lottie Slado and Miss Re- becca and Master John Meek of Louisville were guests of Mrs B F Meek and Mrs Richard Church ShellJ street Thos Rodman nee Manic Irs Crutcher of Chicago is the guest of her parents Col Jno N Crutcher and wife this w cock Mr Sam Miles commercial evan gelist for the1 E 11 Milling Co was called hero this weok by tl dangerous illness of his sister Miss Mary Keith Miles Mrs Goo W Long and daughter Miss Vera who have been guests of relatives here loft for Cynthiana to visit her brother Mr Win Ad dams on Monday morning Mr Tap P Bradley of New York Superintendent of Agencies for time Metropolitan Insurance Co was the guest of District Superin fondant GD Fend ley In this city this week Dr J G Furnish and wife of Lakeland were guests of Jr1W Hill at the F lI L this week Dr Furnishs host of friends hero are glad to welcome him Ho was very popular when Representative from Boone county Mrs S L Frogge and son John E leave tomorrow night for Rus sellvillo where they will visit until Prof Forggo returns from St Louis when they will go to their new homo at Albany Clinton county Messrs W H Joirries Eugene Wolf W H Hoge and son Wil linn Eugene Hoge Jordou Hogo Bettor Hoge Campbell Johnson W B Hawkins 1I Kennedy W T Rending jr Sam Merchant wore among the 110 odd people who went to Cincinnati on Sunday over time F C Capt limos C Jones the genial and popular II S Consul to Fun chal Madeira Islands came homo ptJoncsto see his sister Mrs S L Holmes and leis niece Mrs William Lind say We rue glad to note that time has dealt kindly with him He was first appointed by President Cleveland and hats been continued in his position by Presidents Mo Kinley anil Roosevelt i r ma aiiij0tit AND 11- 1ESeashore Irtl h lJyE u llT1ra rllf88U July I4tli 1904 1200 FRO- MLEXINGTON KY Trains leave Lexington ll20n and 845 p m Shelbyville 1300 Frankfort 1300 Winchester 1150 Mt Sterling 1100 Morehead 1100 Tickets good on regular trains of Thursday July 14 1004 The Famous White Sulphur Springs Historic City of Richmond delight ful Old Point Comfort Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean Viow are among the attractive features SIDE TRIPS At Low Rates From Old Point SURF BATHING BOATING and FISHING Can bo Enjoyed at Old Point Sleeping Oar Rates Will bo 3r 0 limo Greatest Summer Trip Tickets will bo good returning uly 28th 1104 H W Fumbler G P A Wash 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until postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug Stores Frankfort Ky May sly DAILY EXCURSIONSI TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron Bu the MagnIficent Steamers of the LINEtLeaving foot of Madison Street gtan after arrival ofmorningtrains- Returning arrive Week Days 830 p Sundaysgoor Fare to round trip ia to Detroit and return Sundays se To It a delightful two days trip EzcuralollsIImeals and berth extra Special Rattj to Close connections at Detroit t ijRailroad0EBELMNTrMgrIVBCOLOENDF P4 Ii If J W Gvylo does not reeoinineml Kodol Dyspepsia Ctuoito his friends and customers In digestion causes morn ill health durangesI I 1nd sin Cure digests what you eat clues indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but a tissue building tonic as woll Ko n u wed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use tti O TLUK 1llIH 100801i1I fIN1H Lcxlllgtt1n 8 20i JO wlflrt IIIOJ tins dlJlfVflle 7OU Louisville 111011 8X3 NOnTn NolIPM w cVau fiilltlhuIOTllt IU 8 A Frankfort Lexington 111115 1111I t j trr mrzXi seKILLTHE QOUCH AND CURE THE LUNC II =1tjRj 7 Jjjj1S Naw mm Y I PriCDFOR 100 Frto Trial Surest and Quic ktCairo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY RACK g n r av FRANKLIN COUNTY StTXDA SCHOOL CONVENTION In nnother column of todays Issue of tho Roundabout wlil ho found the program for tlio above f named convention This promises to bo one of the most successful of the annual moot ings1IrP C Gebaner of Henderson Ky Field Worker for Kentucky Sundayschool Association will be with us and will have charge of the Round Table Exorcises Thesei exercises are very interesting and instructiveAll Sundayschools of the county are earnestly requested to send delegates- In order that these gatherings may not be a burden to any com munity in tho way of entertain Imeat all who clue conveniently do e soare baskets expected to bring lunch Bethel Baptist Church place of r meeting is situated about four imiles from Frankfort on the Owen ton pike L RUNAWAY A horso attached to tho buggy of Mr J B Polk became frightened I on Broadway strop Thursday aftornoon and ran away It turned Lewis street and fell when 1reaching Main street dashing the buggy against tho plate glass win M dow of Mr W S Farmer luckily not breaking the glass The horse was captured then and no further damage done Ono wheel and a shaft of tho buggy were bro- kenBIRTM3 CRUTCHERFn Los Angeles Cal on Sunday to Mr Albert H Crutcher anti wife a daughter Roberta Clarkson i M DANGEROUS DESCEWr tlbohardv Undertaking of Two lillailr Worfcnura on tsm MUtf r t tlac asa Dvldi Reckless daring is so often displayed fcy workmen whose daily labors play them in positions of danger that those who have to deal with them are astonished at no feat of bravado Mr Frank Skinner give 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 started to recover it by descending hand over hand on a steeply inclined 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 of safety lay in continuing their dM went It seemed to their horrified compass ions that human muscles could not en dura 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 ter added to their danger miracletcrossed the water Then one of them dropped safely into a tree top The other finally gave out and fell a con itiderable distance to the ground r Both however escaped practically un fcurt Dr Cadys Coudilfon Powders ar- ei just what a horso needs when in condition Tonic blood purifier baaI vermifuge They are not food medicine nUll the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 2r cents per paclrane For sale by J W Gnyle and a LeCompfce GuyI ft Jtt r DEATHS s- VAGEitIsm this city on Mon day afternoon Mr Geo Yajel- agid about 5 j years ono of on most highly respected German cit iens JON WAY In Danville Va on Tuesday Elizabeth infant daughter of JIrI B Con way and wife 1100 Kitten Hogo aged two years This dear little bud of promise was loaned to ese devoted parents for a little while to brighten their lives and then tattoo to tho loving arms of tho gontlo Savior She was tho granddaughter of Col and Mrs Chas E Hoge Time tendorost sympathy is felt for tho bereaved ones- 1Vir1LTAMSoNIn Boono count Thursday Mrs Bello Wil liamson wife of Dr H M Wil liamson aged 40 years rill remains will bo brought here for In ternwn M00RErum this county on yes terday Mrs Leonard Moore aged years of tpyhoid fever Mrs Moore was taken sick on Sunday She leaves a devoted buy band to mourn her untimely end CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnature of PHENOMENAL MEMORIES A Noted hlentlt Who Could at Ommm Recall the Namae o 216000 Plant Many of the greatest men have hat phenomenal memories Caesar knew the names of thousands of soldiers in his legions A modern man of science often line a prodigious memory for special terminology Prof Asa Gray assured me says Prof E S Hoi den in Harpers Magazine that ha could at once recall the names of something like 25000 plants Prof Theodore Gill can do the same for fishes Our memory for mere words Is itself much more extensive than is generally admitted The average welltodo child of two years of ago has a vocabulary of some 500 words and its father may have the com mand of 20000 more The 10009 verses of the lUgVeda 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 and do repeat hundreds of thousands kingdaStionHundreds of pianists can play all day and ninny days by memory and I have myself seen Von Bue low conduct Beethovens fifth sym phony without a score Chess players have a visualizing memory while arithmetical prodigies may have any one of the three or a combination of all genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day SPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cicninnati The Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway in conjuction with the Q C will run another of their special low rate excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday July IT at the low rate of 125 for tripTrain el this city at 7 nt Returning will leave Clncin nati at 8 p m tI- DOu IT TODAY injunctionNewryou can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is tho terse ad vice we want to give you shout that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling fur several 1ftys perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich hits been in use for over ofIIjOIlIlungs German Syrup will surely Toot a C11IOU it has lolls before in thousands of apparently hopeless hialIlye 1 U ii II This II famous remedy does for the stom ach that which It Is unable to do for I itself even If but slightly disordered or overburdened r Like a Comet In the sky comes the star of health Kodolsupplies the natural U Juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the I nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles andmembranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and allstomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs to the weak and weary despon dent dyspeptic curing al- lstomach troubles and- digestive 1 disorders Kodol Dyspcpsia Cure Your Dealer Can Supply timesthePrepared by E DeWITT For sale by J W Gayle druggist PROF FROGGE Sketch of Retiring Superintendent of Frankfort City Schools In the recent change of the su Eorintendent at the city school we L Frogge While not a native of Frankfort he is a Ken tuck iati by birth having been raised on a farm in Logan county Froggesfathera member of the Louisville Con ference M E Church South and while stationed at Scottsville the subject of this sketch was born Ho attended the neighborhood school until ho was fifteen years old when lie was entered in old graduatedfrontKy in 1877 with the degree of A B receiving the degree of A In ISfO Prof Frogge has made touching his life work tool has filled nearly every position in this professional field commencing to teach when a more boy in the country schools of McLean and Logan counties This year will complete twentyseven and one half years of continual school work Since finishing his college course countyteachercity superintendent The testi monials which preceded him in his work hero four years ago show tilt high esteem tH pupils and patrons in the field of Ills InbolI Since his stay in Frankfort ho has been offered the superintendence1 of three cities and tho presidency of two colleges but feeling that his work hero was incomplete though ten course had beets strengthened and mania moro many places sinco his advent ho turned aside the more flattering offers and remained here The Board of Edu cation hums from year to year unreservedly commended his work opoitiOllintimated that his work was unsat isfactory During his life Prof Proggo has educated quite a number tit young men A great many of them holding edncatonal positions of impor tance in the State today And not ono of these adopted sons but proudly claims that time course of their lives were turned In him He has been offered witliin the pnst year a very Mattering and lucrative position and will no doubt gehnsretrethisWe heartily endorse every word of the above which is taken from our contemporary the Kentucky Journal of May 8th Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies tho blood Cerate heals eklu eruption FIGHT WILL BE BITTER ulllsingtlwirrecommendation Dr Kinirs ew Discovery for Consumption will have a long and hitter light with their troubles if not ended eailier by fatal termination Read what T R Beall Miss has to say SV111PtomKings iSew Discovery utter everything else had failed Improve mont came at once and four bottles entirely cured hon Guaran teed by till druggists Price 50 and flOO Trial bottles tree t FREE NEWSPAPERS IN HOTELS Ownership flight TheM wet Plot Un derstood I r n Feminine Gut What a brute I heard a lady say aa I rose from the dinner table in the hotel says the Chicago Inter Ocean- I did not know that I was the per son to whom she referred till after word when a friend of mine who was sitting at a table near by spoke of the matter Tile lady at your table last night thought you were a brute ho remarked laughingly I heard her use the word but It never occurred to me that I was the person she alluded to What did I do 7 I asked You carried oft your newspaper Well I asked what of that It was mine- I gathered from what she said tc the waiter continued my friend that in the town where she lives the hotel furnishes its guests with the daily papers They are placed on the tables in the diningroom and are free to all She supposed all hotels did the same and that you were car rying off a paper that warn common property She considered you a brute because she wrw not accus tomed to seeing hotel guests buy heir paper wnjannc tune trs fh subject of a tunnel connecting reload and Scotland has been brought before the British govern ment and the project will be pushed If the requisite financial support can be obtained The estimated cost ia provisionallyIm tance is 5134 miles of which 34 miles would be under the sea along a line where the maximum depth is ISO lest Electric motora would be used to drive the train at an avarage speed of 80 to 70 milea per boar Yotithe Companion NATION A L PUCATION A L ASSOCIATION This grand bosky of educators meets in St Louts Mo on Mon lay next June 21 Prof S L Frogge of this city is State Di rector for Kentucky surd leaves tomorrow Sunday night for that place We take the following clipping from time Southern School Journal For many years a few Kentuckians like Supeiintendents Karthnjj attendInnceurea are in the very front rank of aggressive educators If men like these find it profitable to attend thin N E A regularly what about the great army of public teachers who newer attend even one session of that body The inquiry with which this clipping closes is a tery pertinent one I especially to this section of the StatlIyoudnmltOil on hand tot the emergency WORLDS FAIR SHORlr LIN E SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the IBELBSFilE Lou at lie schedulis Lu Let Louisville SM n m chiliSdId II1IlIIlLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily dailySolidvillfrith sixteen section Pullman Sleeper All trains make close couuceriou in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct toIthe Worlds Kair i11l1l11lJILow excursion rates will be an nounced soon glllrllx1illtlllLexington Kv C H lUNGFJlKOm District Passenirer Auent Fourth 0 1ILouisville Ky- G J5 ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo tri1 i ta 1 WITH THE TIDB IOUTAm nlanrfttlye Inntanee of lifbea ja IiFnr It Will Ckirrr ObJeeiaJin n Short 4Few persons have any idea of how fast the tide runs or of how far it wilt carry an object in a very few hours said the cnptaln of one of the dock departments steam launches accord ing to the New York NOlesuNol very long ago a raft of 40 or piles broke up and went adrift one night at the foot of East Twentyfourth street As those piles cost all tha way from eight dollars to 20 apiece they were worth chasing just St soon as the loss was discovered in the morning started out The search continued down time East river and along the Brooklyn side through Buttermilk channel but without results Over on the south shore of Governors island we found eight or ten of the missing IticksIWe ran along down by Bay Kidgo and had about decided to abandon our efforts when we reached Ford i Hamilton But we thought we might 8a well make a good job of itond n little way farther on just heondIthe Narrows and around on the north side of Gravesend bay we found about half of the wayward piles iThey had traveled down there a dia Lance of about ten miles on one tides and I thought at the time that it i small wonder that so many drowned bodies are never recovered in thatpan Remarkable K cap One of the greatest curiosities in the neighborhood New York is now to be teen at the foot of the Palisades Between two frame houses built there Ii a giant bowlder 25 feet high and 20 feet wide which fell from a great height at the top of the Palisades and sweeping down the front of the cliffs uprotted big trees tore up tons of loose stone and cut a wide swath theJentire distance Finally after zig zagging from one side to the other it rolled in between two frame houses and stopped there The people were asleep in the houses when the rock started They had barely time to make their escape when it made its appearance at their front doors They are now thanking their lucky stars that the enormous stone did not hit igas of the buildingloJi CV9T OF HTEKKSCMAU i Ma Bxeee L trot ia tke maw Iew t rlal not l the Bteklmc of the Pipes vJ A fire in a pipemakers shop In proprietorsIdisposed of the idea common in most ommoditylis AustriStIMinor Usually there are three or four different grades running from theirough and mixed to the pure and tine ly grained article There is no duty upon it The chunks not unlike Can mel coal in shape are packed in ob long boxes about two feet and a haltIIlong a foot wide and a foot high Th raw material is quite brittle and hu to be soaked in water before it is used for modeling Meerschaum pipes are expensive says the New York Post because of the material from which the muchjare made hns to be thrown fore a piece is found that flaws in it The shavings however are never wasted They are used to make a cheaper grade of pipes which ass known aa chip meerschaums t irc CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con u1l1ptionipour patient and tho rich patient too can do much hotter at house by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIs r absenceand debilitating night sweat Bestless nights and the exhaustion duo fll clughiuu the greatest danger and dread of time consumptive can takingGlarly Slum Id you be able to go to a warmer lime yoi trill find tlab of the thousands of consumptives there time few who are benefited land regain strength art those that use German Syrup Trial bottle Jr regular size tic A tall druggists yr FARM FOR SALE 4 i offer my place for sale two stiles from Frankfort on Louisaville house eight rooms all out buildings necessary abundanco fruit of all kinds good soil wen watered containing ol acre Am ideal home Address DH W L CKITCHKR 101111 J cA S 0 1 J iBears the rlnd j AIS Boogtl Signature of cZ1i1a GGf iLY- f r lt J a j THeFianMortRoimilaDQiit i = = =Entered at tin iMistolllio at Frankfurt lien tnrky asswoiMlcliUS In hit matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 25 1904 UGLY CHARGES Ono of the most revolting oases that has ever occurred in this sec f Lion of the country transpired last week at the Lexington pet i house if the charges as made by r the friends of the victim Mr J W Gibson are true y Tt seems that Mr Gibson eon tracted smallpox when employed as a carpenter by a family by the uiaine of Shropshire in Fayotte county He went to his homo at tho extreme edge of Lexington tJ 1tomoveI some hundreds of felt I from other houses and was quay h antined in his own house The health ofllcoi compelled him to go Jo the pest house contrary to his will It Is ehartred thnt tho physician Cnttho pot house only visited then nn onco that the nurse neglected him that he was loft alone some twentyfour hours that he died r alono and the body was left neg lected scmo thirtysix hours while this family wore informed that ho t wns doing well and would scon ho out that only a few minutes be lore the fatally learned that he was k load ho was reported as greatly better that the body was left so t long unattended to before nn un dertaker was summoned that it rswolled and burst and the exulI tions had run over the bed and floor of the room to such an extent grutJenough to handle the body The man was a brotherinlaw of U S Deputy Marshal Rousseau True of this city and had other relatives here His family and Mr True make 1f these charges and stand ready to substantiate them so they claim If these things be true it is a t case that calls for a thorough and vigorous investigation and the severest punishment of the guilty parties c rFRANKLIX COUNTVSUNDAY CONVENTION ti1 The Franklin County Sunday school Convention will meet this t year with the Bethd baptist Church on Thursday July i This church is located some five miles from this city on the Peaks Mill pike 1 Tho following is the program of Ifexercisesc D80 Round Table The Vital Problem in Sunday School Man agemont and Teaching 1000 Devotional Services 1020 Address JraunIioods- MorningAdmiral C C Todd 1040 Conloieiice Teacher Train ing led by State Workers Needed qualifications for Suc cessful Teaching Loader 10 minutes 2 How Those Miry Bo Acquired 1 Teachers Meeting and Trail Hiig Courses Hy Prof J H Fuqua sand S E Hutton 10 minutes 2 Reading Courses By E A Fox 10 minutes w 8 Other Sources Audience 10 minutes 1180 Finance in tho S S How WlnR L Greene rfI 1101lime Parents and The S S Hitoi of Committee 1200 Noon 115 Sons Service 180 Address Bringing In the Sheaves Rev Goo Darsie 110 Room ri uir W G Simpson 210 The S S and Missions Rev B P Roach 240 Ottering J 26I Address Our State Work t Mr T C Gebawr of Henderson ytE R JONES President Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will It make ia short leg long but it feeds soft bone Iand heals diseased bone and is among the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption Send for free scott A HOWtfE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street drumNew York Soc and iooj all f i tIA rV4JItrllw Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Mev Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large percentage trace the cause directly to deadly LaGrippe It is a perm disease and makes a diect attack upon the nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time their vital ity is at the lowest ebb If 1aGrippe has left you wait a shattered nervous system with loss of of energy ins mnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you should strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those wino have suffered from that dreaded disease LaGrippe I suffered several weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in any way shape or form suffered almost death and thinly my daughter rccuiinnemird Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built up my shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it mulWl1t to say each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe find instant relief getting a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will ent tsnm sufferer I remain MRS GE ROE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CAREFUL DRIVING CARE FUL SHOEING On Sunday afternoon in tho short space of an hour we saw five horses slip and fall on tho brick streets on tho square bounded by St Clair and Ann streeets on Main and several others slipped without falling Part of this was duo to reckless driving but the greater part to the fact that the horses were not prop erly shod for driving on brick streets Several of the animals on doubt showed up on Monday morning considerably bunged up and one in all probability badly strained as its hind legs were thrown in different directions Wo would respectfully suggest to drivers more careful driving on brick streets than on Macadam and to those having charge of horses that they watch and see when the horses shoes become slippery and have the defect rome died THE HOUSE OF FULFILMENT repeatGeorge Madden Martin is fug horIt rummy Lou success in her first nooltHlhe House of Fulfilment now running serially in Maduras In tho July install ment the third she brings her characters into tho heart of timings and introduces her charming young heroine into the real life of her world She is learning what it is to love and bo loved to assumo responsibilities to face and conquer tho problems of life and sho carries her readers in closest sym pathy with her The care of her mother the coming of suitors tho management of her attairs anti her entrance into society are all making for character in Aloxina and 0l11 follow her unfolding with keenest interest BIG SUCCESS Tho picnic given by the Frank fort Cornet Hand on Tuesday last at Cove Spring Park was a big success in every way The fun was kept up until way towards morning of Wednesday and tho street cars wore kept busy until daylight carrying out and bringing back the crowds OASTOBABoars thotheSignaturo of dIU iVALUABLE MAN DIES Cnpt Harry B Jenks one of tho most ellicient and host posted cers of time postofllco department was found dead in a berth on a sleeping elm Friday morning when returning from a business trip to Chicago Ills Ho died from angina pectoris Capt Jonks was appointed to his position originally from Massa chusetts but had lived many years in Kentucky and married a Cov ington lady w4arstic L tlw i ANOTHER DEPARTMENT rIll Kentucky Farmer find Breeder the weekly farm and stock paper established at Lexington the first of tho your which leas brokei all circulation records by obtaining a paid in advance circulation or 12i within three and onehal month of its establishment hUH just added another department of interest and value to its subscrib pry It has induced Mr Hector F Hillcnmoyer tho leading hurt teul turist not only of Kentucky hut of time Central States to take charge of a department of corres pondence in which all inquiries pertaining to fruit and forest trres to vines and agricultural produce will be answered Any inquiries on any of these subjects addressed to lime Kentucky Farmer and Brooder will he answered by Mr Hillonmeyor in the suceoedim is suo 10 wide and varied experience Mr Hillonmeyer adds accurate and scientific Information with the power of clew expression in per feet English Ills services could not be obtained by any paper save through his desire to give to others the benefit of his knowledge and experience anti ho has consented to conduct this department for till subscribers of limo Kentucky Farmer and Breeder purely as a labor of love limo paper and time wide circle of people who rend it aro to ho congratulated upon tho establishment of this department under HilIon1l1o ers able direr tion INCOME Doesnt make prosperity if tho expenses are greater Did you ever figure out what sickness costs you per year doctors bills medicine hills etc to say nothing of the guttering Rheumatism strikes like a knife in the back if left alone with Perry Davis Painkiller the terrors of this disease are headed off Painkiller relieves muscular cramps lumbago neuralgia tumid sciatica 25 and 50o bottles ARM BROKEN Lewis Minter a colored plasterer was at work on a ladder Saturday morning whun ho fell to the ground a distance of some ten feet breaking his loft forearm Dr E N Offutt was called and reduced the fracture The man will be laid up for some time This is peculiarly unfortunate as this is tho busy season for his occupation OASTOBJABeare thetheSignature Iof YELLOWSTONE PARK We ore in receipt of a beautiful now booklet issued bythe orthernI Pacific Railroad It is theI Yellowstone Park and is a written and beautifully illustrated sketch of that Wonderland section of the far west Beside being an interesting and readable pamph inIformltiollcontemplating taking a t r i through that section PI Write A M Cloland St Minn STAMPING GROUND Dr E H Black the venerable and beloved physician who hits been visiting relatives here left Wednesday of last week for Frank fort en route to Louisville whore he will make his home in future Miss Lllla Perry of Lexington was the guest of Miss Jennie Bond this week Prof F1 Catlin was a visitor hero last week Born To Mr Lou Perry and wife a sontheir first child Tho Sundayschool of tho Baptist larIMrs L D Bourne at Windfall Ind have roturned Mr John Hill homoI thelIMiss Bessie Oldlmm of Marshall tho guest of her uncle Mr W H Oldlmm this week expecttothe near futureIin Wo will have a daily mail on and after July 1st front Owonton to leaveIour p m It will leave Stamping Ground at S a m and reach Owenton at 4 p m Ilho fish and gatingwnrlons aro Ion lookout of tho mw UNO fcfcfctt 1slmilating PromotcsDigesuonChccifut ncss and festContains OpiumMorphin a norMineral NOT NARC OTIC u rpc tlJlrSANllELPlJT1lEll jRorIatlle rApcrfcctfcmcdyforConsiipalion p WormsConvulsionsFcvcriSltness gj f xacsignaturc ofISTEW YORK EXACT COPY WRAEPEB J- CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Iof V 1 11The Kind t You Have fIJ1 t OUR PROTECTION IS YOUR GAl NIDo you believe we can afford to do you an unsatisfactory job of painting or repairing or soIl you a vehicle that will not give satisfaction As our future business depends on pleased customers wo would bo taking an enormous we not fulfill every promise made in those columns WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL Either in now work or painting or repairing and wo aro will ingjto allow our work to advertise us i YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO HAVE IT PAINTED TJOur prices are reasonable and wo guarantee our work Weal building a nice lino of our own handmade work and can take your order for anything you want besides wo handle a full lino of tho best up todato eastern work on tho market If you rood t anything in our line phono or write us and our representative who is in Frankfort every week will cell to soo your t SELLER CARRIAGE COInc f iNtVersaillesH K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C Browning Secy Treas l HEADQUARTERS FOR it AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCEJr 1 TRegular Style Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style Stays 12 In or 6 In apart Stays 13 In or 6 in apartiMade of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanizedIAmply 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 hofIby the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you it will save ycu money end fence your fields so they will stay fenced FRANK G STAGG sPJCIAL AGBNT + L j I rLA I MONEY SAVBRS I j fiSaturdaySKIRT S ALE Any Wool Skirt t at OneHalf Price- Saturday June 25th CASH ONLY f v 1t j fJ l 3 f j t B I EN1t1 CHAtTTAr In a fow the annual tauqua will ho opened at beautiful Woodland Lexing ton Everything is now being put In readiness The trees wore never The never more auditorium will bo decorated everything will bo in readiness for tho opening of tho session Multitudes of earnest people look forward with great anticipation for the coming of tho Chnutanqua It so to tho social and Intellectual life of the For eighteen been listening with interest to tho great lecturers of the American and have onjoyod the rare music and rich entertainments boon provided The ex of entertainments to r who purchase tickets Is trivial in the extreme bringing suoh entertainment as ordinarily cost from 50c to to who tickets at lOc that the Ohautauqua no longer owns its own grounds and Is thrown its own resources the lovers of the enterprise should manliest Interest in it by pur chasing this years than a thousand tickets f should bo sold to the people before the gates are thrown the Chaucauqua commences The rich program justifies tho ext pectation that this will be one of the best sessions of the assembly The from 28th to year decide the future as far as theI 1 Kentucky Chautauqna is oorned the people of Kentucky C should tho enterprise heartiest cooperation Splendid for the children has also been provided with Womans Conferences of interest under tho control of the Womans Council and Biblical tinder i that prince of leaders Drr Al For programs tickets and f all information apply to Mr Claude r uol Printing f Co Lexington Ky r Kodo jtfpsia Cure you eat J LETTERS is tho list of let for the ending Saturday 25 1101 lker Estolla Mrs Loretta M Mrs slat Dunlap M S Durham W T Duvall Walter Frank Charlie Gilford Mary E Hilbriok Mrs Bottio Herbert G L r Marshall Mrs Sallio Miller Taylor Mrs Dr Carl V B Rivers Dan Frank Solman Mrs 1 Triplott Terrell Louisa Goo Young calling for letters say advertised E M DRANE P M r1F Dr WonvorH and Condo ul for blood and ekiu I Hot Weather Values UnequalledCORSETS American Lady Redfern Stocks SFRMERShirt Wai I 11I 1111groat 1groat ptorm tand pleasr loyrJrnnslvnnia IAnVERTfs Ilrltohald iploaHo RIBBONS 01Nemo CA RLiSLE COMMANDER X IN K T Wo take the following from the Nicholas of 18 KNTGHT TESMPLAR UE1 Carlisle Coniniindery No 18 constitutod1IhlllHt1 eveningThe Commandory was honored gGrnllelRight Eminent Past Grand Com RightEnhhentort R Burnam Grand Generalis A Grand Junior Warden Jos H Ewalt Grand Prel ate G Cramer Grand Re andCaptainSir Commandery A Detwoilor of Coeur Do Tho members and officers of the Commandery are highly elated at the auspicious prospects of Commandery at very enjoyable banquet which was certainly yearbeingearnestness a gathering of fair thoyhopemandory No 18 will take in a very as one of the best advoIcntlngprotection to its members highesttypesmay it wave and may attend its We regret that lack of prevents a account of the proceedings to gother with the of ladies hanquetAofllcorslworlD Senior Warden Jas B Junior Warden R R Rossell Prelate Win H Harris Recorder I MoCann Treasurer Geo B Spencer and Bearer Henry S Darnell Sword Bearer Foster V Cox War del Tool A Sentinel BIGGEST THING EVER There is no now but that the 4th of celebration this year will bo the biggest thing over in this community Tho committees are all hard at and all necessary arrangements are being rapidly completed will be plenty of oratory shootatory and eatatory If that combination bring tho crowd wo are greatly mistaken B P O ELKS Cincinnati 18th to 8d 1004 For the occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at 805 for tho trip of sale Kith 17th and 18th nil Tickets without deposit August 4th with deposit August 25th Tisnfc safe to bo a day without Dr Thomas Eclnctrlu Oil in the Never can toll w hurt mo an accident is going to pen A HUNDRED YEARS For a hundred or more Hazel has boon recognized as a superior remedy but it remained Chicagototues of with an tiseptics in tho of a DoWitts is tho best In tho for sores outs bruises told Tho standing of this has given rise to counterfeits and the public is advised to look for tho name DoWitt on tho package Mini accept no by J W Gayle I HOSE New Line in Tanand White Especially AttractiveCARPETS Always Best New Harry- Wosturnmn GOING TO WORLDS AT St Louis Henderson Route THE LINE THAT IS- C01IiOItiriABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOIL KIAN S TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES IRWINIJ W GAYLE the renders of this to test tho of Kodol Dyspepsia persons who used it and who boon by it do not hesitate to it to friends di iucllglstlontroubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to contribute to the all of tho nutriment contained in tho food Kodol Dyspepsia is pleasant and palatable DR E ROEMELEDEUTSCHER ARZT Office fiODONNELLTKIKlHONKS Old 184 Now 136 SUMMER SCHOOL KNOX VELLE TENNESSEE JUNE UStli to AUGUST 5th Special on specific Inquire General Passenger ltllilwayS SPECIAL RATES Excursion to Cincinnati The Frankfort and Cincinnati C1Cspecial low rate excursions from SundayJulytripTrain this at 7 in Returning will Cincin nati at S p 111Itd A STRONG HEART digostIonIndigestion putts it up against till This pitntionweakness Kodol Dysposia LUrcures indigestion relieves the stomach tho oil tho fulllHlfnrl1Uwuincreases tho strength by enabling tho stomach and dlgistivo organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to tho and tis sues all of the food nutriment the stomach and digestive organs Sold by J W Gaylo i iI1 LAWNS Right Saffells New Goods Have ArrivedCall see them Canned Goods of all kinds in Premier Monarch White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Itocquefurt Imperial Cheeses Rudolph C Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies Vines of all kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Jacket Cider R ROGERS Fr r l i 9tt l+ Bookcase ernicke- Elastic V and Desk combined- A A Desk Unit with few ot many as desired The only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show you its advantages and possibilities Call or phone us it and ORGANDIES 4 ChoiceSt atIPrices W t iJ l 2UA days Chnu feast Park shade moans much State years they have plat IIwhich have these those season those have season about Now upon their season tckoN More such good open days Juno July give their work work Park hurst tents oy 11telS week Miss Blue Dean I Long Mary Mills Toner Scott Allio Susie Whon those Syrup Succcosf treatment diseases o1 News June BAN r simo Thos Keith John Loon their their rank short time order success every effort space fuller names John Allen Cray Thos Stand Day THE doubt July work There dont Ohio July above round Dates July trains good until until house ment hap FOR years Witch Witch Hazel other form salvo Witch Hazel Salvo salvo world burns piles high salvo other Sold the THE FAIR USE THE KEN TUC Asks paper value Cure Those have have cured recom mend their Kodol blood Cube Rates dates Ofllce Train city leave heart takes strain Kodol blood Tones 1f Our and the and and and ages and Red SONS Book Units made about = fu T- HEEquiLa11e Life Insurance SocietyyOF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD a Ralph R Wilson J SPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY I tnrf h t idt 11 MARRIED Err PAn H BXJ1 At tho resi t dence of the brides father on Monday evening at 7 oclock Mr Alvin Dnvall otto of Louisville nnd Miss Brownie Parront daughter of Mr Stun F PnrriMit were married by Rev Win Orowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church Mr Jott is the son of the late Mr Thos J Jett and wife and is ft handsome popular and hustling young business man raised in this county hut now of Louisville His bride is a pretty stylish and lovea ble young girl who has many friends here- Hearty congratulations are ex FtefldO1The happ young people left over the C O for a visit to West Vir ginia after which they will go to their homo in Louisvill- eNEVTONHUGHESIn th i s city at the homo of the brides father Edgewood Mr Charles C Newton Jr and Miss Mildred Hughes were married on Wednes day by Rev R L McCready of A yondale Ohio Mr Newton is the efficient and popular manager of the Western Union Telegraph Co appointed to succeed his lamented father Col C C Newton and has a host of warmly attached friends His bride is the pretty daughter of Mr Ben Hughes sr and is an ex tram el lovenblo and popular girl The happy couple loft for a visit to the Worlds Fair immediately after the ceremony PRIZE WINNERS AT BAND PICNIC TUESDAY The following persons were win ners of the prizes offered by the managers of the Band Picnic to gether with the name of the parties who contributed the prizes Miss Agnes Cm teller Load of coal given by the Frankfort Ele vator Coal Co Miss Ursula Brady Ice ticket given by Frankfort Ice Co John C Sower Chair given by I Frankfort Chair CoIOwen M Furr Umbrella givc by Crutcher Simpson Cake in cake walk contest won t by Miss Williams and Mr Cum mins Lewis ThompsonSofa pillow FOOT BADLY MASHED Mr John C Mastin had the mis fortune to drop a heavy casting oi his right foot on Thursday morn ing severely mafhing two toes and otherwise bruising his foot He is very lame from the accident but hopes not to bo laid up entirely SENT TO ASYLUM Mary Johnson colored was tried in Judge Polsgroves court on Thursday under a writ do lunatico inquirendo and ordered taken to the Lakeland Lunatic Asylum Horse Timers iIChronographsSplit Seconds Five Minute Re peaters Minute Repeaters f In Gold Gold Filled And l Silver FOR SALE BY y nilJL SELBBRT Leading Jeweler i ii KENTUCKY AT THE FAIR SplendidlyUphold the State Enhanced bv T K Hedrick St Louis Tune 22 tn04Tf you ask a Kentuckian what is the prin cipal exhibit of his State at time Full ho probably will point in the general direction of the Adminis tration building and say Presi dent Francis President Francis is a Kentucky product lilt as Mis souri and the nation at large claim some proprietary interest in him Kentucky has seen fit to make exclusivelyherThe qualities and resources of time State are comprehensively and eloquently attested to in those ex hibits and citizens of Kentucky may well bo proud of time showing made in every department to which the State has contributed for it is mnjordopartmentart history commerce and in not ural resources Kentucky stands well forward- A State of noble traditions and grontduedsfit to subordinate those in some de gree to matters of more present moment deeming it advisable to show time world not so much what Kentucky has done as what it is doing and fin do Without any abandonment of those social foal ures which have made her famous for openhearted hospitality Ken tricky yet shows that she stands second to no localit in her com mercial opportunitiesnor the re wards she has to oiler to individual effort rightly applied Accepting the keynote of the Worlds Fair is sounded s II an exhibition of processes the State has got in harmony with the ilea anti shows the full rango of her powers In the Palace of Agri cuture Kentuckys displays include an exhibition of hemp cul ture and manufacture and all the evolutionary processes of the to bacco plant from its growth to ii manufacture into finished products which bring rosette dreams to the consumer of the philosophic weed And of course there are illustrations of what can be done with rye and corn without which a Kentucky display would be in oomnlete Kentuckys display of clay in iIetallurgisy o him who has imagined that ala y was used simply to make churns and jugs this exhibit is a revel tion It is a liberal education in utilitariann nrn10the display of cannot coal in the same building further attest the riches that lie beneath the surface of the once Dark and Blood GroundcThe Kentuckian visiting the Fall should not fail to take cognizance ktoeducation and art In the 1Palace of Education is shown the development of the public school system of Louisville through a ptorestinginadu In the manual and literary eXHmplitied f the Kentucky School for the Blind Testifying to the artistry of the State and showing that its worth has won recognition from the mas tors are several pieces of statuary 110Ithe main buildings of the Fair Notable among these is a beautiful Victory by Miss Enid Yandell of Louisville crowning the elaine of the Restaurant Build iimgatricky is also well represented but perhaps the States best display of oStateRoffine canvasses by Hewitt Greene Miss Thunib and other artists be sides striking sculptural decora tions and single pieces of statuarycThe building Time tucky Home is the central feat ure of the States exhibit at the Fair It is a magnificent struc ture covering an area of 188 by 80 feet Broad gravelled paths through the lawns of native blue grass lead to the entrances of fwithsculptural ornaments silently but eloquently bespeakt verhial of time State andIseoul to hid the passerby to pause and rest here The wayfarer whoIhoOds tImid invitation and on the building is at once made to fool at imomntimo spirit of the bytimetimelegendpleasanthours MrItIIs s ess Mrs Smith in viewing the v social artistic and sentimental tInthe first floor are od charilincttlSalmost sweeping the carpet of the first hangs a colossal and beautiful flag of silk which possesses his FOR GROWING CHILDREN who require wholesome nutritious and easily digested food nothing is so good as MALTWHEATBISCUIT FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME They are a scientifically prepared composition of granulated 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 icecream or eggs but lightRecipes 15 CENTS MEALS 15 tone charm It is the II home coining Hag of tho battleship lentucky whon that vessel was home ward bound from tho Asiatic sta CaptWilliamKentuckian Upon the arrival of the Kentucky in homo waters her oHlcers and crow sent time flag as a present to Governor Blc1 ham Its beautiful folds show little effect of wear from its 18000milo journey across seas Elegant parlors re caption rooms galleries of histor ical relics and specimens of native flora make tho second find third floors of the home well worth inspections Rut time Kontuck Home exists not merely fur purposes of shown is the scene of continuous enter tainment of visitors und many receptionsKentwas one of time two States which receivingthePress Parliament and has emiter tained many visiting bodies including tho American Press Hu morists tgenerosityimetendered the use of the home for entertainment purposes to several States und territories which have o official residences of the own on grounds Alabama Colorado and other sections have taken ad vantage of this offer A file of State papers and Ken books and periodicals is kept constantly on hand for the delecta tion of her visiting sons and daugh t eis who may rest within the- Jdnclhtueclncts of the Now Kon Home and feel that in truth they are in a homo environment All in all Kentucky has wrought at the Fair worthily of herself and her children doubtless will do their art in coming to view what she as prepared in their behalf arodBurdock Blood Bitters destroy them REPUBLICAN NOMINEES The Republican National Con vention met in Chicago Ills on Tuesday and proceeded to time noin iation of candidates for President VicePresident Some very brilliant and able speeches were made by the leaders f that party On Thursday President Theodore oosevelt was unonimously noun inated for reelection U S Senator C W Fairbanks ofI was nominated by ac clamation for ViceProsident There was a splendid crowd of intelligent and progressive people present and there was tho most unprecedented harmony and good feeling prevailing Gov Bradley made one of the if not time finest speeches of is life in seconding the nomina ioii of President Roosevelt Ho met with a splendid ovation There is no question but that the olmghty Governor is one the best orators and most popular men in his lartrIA sure sign of approaching revoltand serious trou in your system mrvojsnoss sleeplessness 0 r IlittOmSIlt tommeimBowels stimulate time Livornile clarify the blood Run down systems bonofitted iitioti burly 11111I the usunlattulHJillg adiossh ii Pr searching and timer J31ttor 1If New Fast Train ColoradoUTAH meThein daily ovcninc trains to name pointH RcrlceThrouisco Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTrav Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Asheville N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky timlowestseaSituntedtion of the temperate zone TIme olllcial government records of tho climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av FSummeri f348 degrees F Winter K887 de grees F With a moan for tinwhole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity of but 05 per cent A natural paradise where all hu man ills find quick relief RE ACHED ONLY BY Till Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssitnnt General Passenger Agent St Louis Mu 0 H HUNGERFORD District Pnnsenger Agent Louisville Ky IcH BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALlFoRNIiAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION PTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Place Drawing Room Sleeper IEH BACON D P A th und Market SU IiOitUvillr FOR SALkE 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 Bcllepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf IIllinois Central iver Louisville 114I4Now Orleans Special No inNoinForEli7JibetlmtiiiHodgenlIIc 1132IzivIsin toJtllhulISundays Stoji at all stations All Trains Run Daily J A ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R II J DIRECT TO HAVANA utVia Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leavo St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 2O0 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn Ithrongh Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America cstfIndies and Europe concisely sot bytimefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois CentralnndINew Orleans under time auspices of Raymond k Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and via Now Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Grits also from Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via time Illinois Central and Now Or jprivatePullmans with dining ear servico Fascinating trips complete in 7 every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via N owl i11eVlrevery Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednesday I NEW ORLEANS h A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Doublo daily fb111ecars bullotlibrarysmoking carlinliningbook on New Orleans t GULFPORT iIJSSJjGulfportGu f Coast has 250 rooms single or bathSteamtolepimomleinphis and time Illinois Centrals fast sleopingandsingle change on same train en route at Memphis into through forillustrntedport and time hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Sorice01hcalth f FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above can Cent1ll1 of time undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P A t Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P A OrleansAhlcngoJMemphis BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO i Georgetown d Lexington Traotion Co Jars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a in to 7 p m and at p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at10 m 41JJolvem 12 noon 7 and nil m Y ALEXANDER President 20tfIADMINISTRATORS NOTICE j againsttimeCrockett aro hereby notified to pre properlyPIVOIi knowing tate of said decedent will please come forward and settle at onco C H CHO IJ IlIAdmlnlHtmtorIJuno 18lm AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25o If you want to got up early and iittloEarlyThose fatuous little pills relax tho refreshit of timeWpillmucle JW4 I A IFLYER NO 10 f S ft JOHNSON COo9S ail I FLYER DAYS- I 1 ww1 r41yii1fWYYItl4MVwwMYIIdWKI EA tkEK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EACH WEEK UNEQUALLED VALUES IN TABLE LINENS MUSLINS DRESS GOODS ETC FROM SWEETSERPEMBROOK COs BIG AUCTION WE DONT STATE VALUES WE GIVE THEM SEE WINDOW DISPLAY of J t IIfsltnrw RJf LiGIO- Ut junisT OHriirHRov iI Adams the pastor willfI preach at a in and S p in Sundayschool at 915 a in in cliujulHomo Department tool Pifolo Class Taught by Mr S E Hut i ton sjiporintondont Adults and k sfcranjnrs invited to join Haptist Young Peoples Union clmpulLoaderTopic Pioneer Baptists of Amurifji Prn IlmeotinA on Wednesday eonin at 745 oclock in tho chapelNormal Class will moot at 815 Prof H Fuqua teacher Visitors und everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCH Rov R L MeCready of Avondale will occupy tho pule pit Sunday Juno 20 1904 980 a in Sundayschool in the chapel+ 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser t mon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 730 p m Evening Prayer in the tthnpeL Friday 780 p in Meeting of the Parish Bible Class- Everybody cordially invited r rCHRlfiTJ AN CHURCHR e v Darsie the pastor will jGeorge at a in and 745 p in at 980 a in in tho Christian Endeavor Society meets at 715 oclock in the chapel Leader Miss Able Wells Our Plea for Christian And How Wo Can Promote IUnion ell1H1otln on Wednesday at 745 oclock Patriotism and Bell gion t t The Junior Endeavor Society meet in tho chapel at 880 Friday hod cordially afternoon invited 1wUJ RN PRESBYTERIAN UI1Rev Win Crowe the will preach at 11 a in and 730 in- Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 080 In r Prayermooting Wednesday night miinvited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a in Vespers 780 p in Sundayschool at li p miFI R ST PRESBYIERTAN- CHURCH Rev J MtClosky Blayney D D the pastor will at a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 545 p All tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p in The public cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH R e v C 1 Nugent tho pastor will preach at 1111 m and 745 p m Morning subject Jesus The PreacherSundaysHhool at 945 a in Junior League at 8 p in Senior League at 7 p in Prayermeeting1otluosday night at 7HO oclock Visitors coidially volcomc IIOnly one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of tho skin In any part of tho holy Doans Ointment Albany drug store fill lIOlItSI L S D JOHNSON CO 311 MAIN ST f i IIIII JI1Lt tF uae s n rsesu lrxwcmrrte Queen and- CrescentRoute t QI Shortest Route AND Quickst Schedules BETWEEN GEORGE 01- 1CINCINNATI N CHATTANOO G A- BIRMINGHAM A T IJA N T A SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEA N S AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington KentuckyI Mothers lose tholr dread for that terrible second summer when they have Dr Fowlers Ex tract of Wild Strawberry in tho house Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort OUR- PHOSPHATES WILL PLEASE YOU Tho phosphates served at our fountain are pre pared from tho best fruit syrups pure und freshly carbonated water and pure Scrupal1011s liners murk every stepof the making fluid serving CLARET PHOSPHATE is especially fine Has the rich natural Ilncor of fresh ripe grapes Thoroughly satisfies thirst gratifies taste is cooling refreshing and healthful Pleoses both young and old and is praised Iynil who trv Tao nwm Gaylo Biiig too ti11 Main St ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutchet of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrShinglerPresident and Maynard St Mr Vitson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES Store FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentatlvo from Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party ii8te FOR COUNT ATTORNE We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a cnn didate for County attorney subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Dec IHtf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic prituary- CANDrIArE iVJte FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce cuuII1datesubject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 15to FOR REPRESENTATI YE We are anthnrled to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the olllco of Representa tive from Franklin county in tho next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party S- teXouCanPan Your Faith TO J E M IFlt1l1l because it wont IalIts reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves 18Ii J E ire milling Do 1 i i hrii 1rlw lds FLYER NO 10 FRIDAY SATURDAY one anww- wNwrr 25l4 wwrwwawrwr EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES ON Hose Shirtwaists Silks All Wash Goods r Millinery at HalfPrice r ji r tI 11IIriit YrIU Y- dI i IIho Yoornarr Carriag Co f Formerly the Seller Carriage Coi so Well and Favor ably Known to the People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehi- cles require no better recommendation than hard service Html service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than satisfIdetailThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the Hrm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 we shall fully maintain in the sev oral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us with their business they are assured of getting the best work possible We have in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE tOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 19ly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry Away More goods from our store than any other place in townre buy for cash in large quantities and take advantage of every discount Are jive our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once yon will be our customer always JOHN DRISCOLLFra- nkfort Kentucky r 4 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Xo DailyEx A 1I Leave Dally Ex A 11 IShU III StatiulII Ids lXOl 11IA IXo Daily YIfi 0I 1010 I6OS BlO i4emrstur 1110 Clay City BI 4n6 IU Stantun 430 485 tUB 5iKat111 Bridle still 401 440 1003I Torrent ii 87- iill 1Ot1 Hiiittvvillo Tunelion 826 1IIiL30 litTlllltol1 iIJI 226 OrllO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No Sun No DailyEx Lye No DiilyEx l P Lye No Daily Ex Sand 131 Ar M r ill SI A l w l Ex Suntl IPI Ar r P Ar 1 Iha rIIlu 7i0 tiS Lw Ctt LIO i1l 122 n llJII1I 615 jo Sli 715 loh Oaiuiel City fttI 41ti Xti Jl nml will moire eUw connection at 0 x K Junction with Nor for pOlllt on the L xlngtot ninl Kustern rubs ay v ti h M L CONLEY Saperiutendnut n BAHK OHAKLHS SCOOT IT Oaurnl MmifiKor aP A t l Ir lti ii 01e IJ Ll it t rrA110CH NEWS Mr Locus Suter of Owen county also Miss Edith Edge of Hridco port spout several days last week nt Mr T ymriua Sutors and also sit Mr Ed Sheets Little Myrtle Moore the 7year old daiiKiiter of Mr Georgo Moore stuck n nail in her foot Wo hope sho is not seriously injured Mr Irving lions horso was seen hitched in Mr MnrrelPs yard all Sunday afternoon Mrs Belle Wright is the guest of her son Mr Bnnton Moore Wo had a nice rain Monday Oven ing and nearly every body is sot ting tobacco There wore a rood many people playing croquet at Mr Franklin Moores Sunday afternoon Miss Ella Glore was made ac quainted with Mr Hall Sunday night The nuu friends of Mr Lloyd Smith are Dressing him to run for Constable i and it is hoped that he will yield to their rightr And 1I1st1 but not leastly there is- eonsiderahle talk in regard to Judge R E Gaines announcing himself for County Judge He made a splendid Magistrnteand ho iHavery able and learned lawyer and is a man of extensive and varied erudi tion He should announce himself at once rAunt Sis Glore the hormitess is the old homestead looking after things She has a jolly old- time with her associates which consist of one cat and three hens May she live longand prosper DOLLY ANN GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from i Kontuaky Their main source is the liver and nil the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a had liver or the proIand a bad liver at the stone time Your liver must be in fine condi blIOytllmthappylight of step vigorous and success c ful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August t Flower will make your liver healthy youliberalTrial size IHc regular bottles Too At all druggists lyr ANOTHER RED SAUNDERS STORY Henry Wallace Phillips takes i Red Saundors into the midst o the problems of labor and law and k order at Big Bond in his story A Knot and a Slash in the July McClures The manner in whirl Red Saunders slashes the Gold inn knot is refreshingly original and humorous By his oannineps of the men and things of his world Rod manages to net himself elected presiding oflicer at a lynch ing bee which doesnt como off through Reds own skillful ma nipulation Thereby Rod saves an innocent life und adds a hand to the shoepranch force and witl- all he contributes a quantity of comical incident and quaint phil osoph A B Frost illustrates the story in his usual accurate zinc artistic manner A COSTLY MISTAKE Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself 10 of a mistake but youll never bo wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspep sla DfeidnGSP Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at all druggists A FRIGHTENED HORSE Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every di y occurrences It behooves every hotly to have a reliable Salvo handy and theres none as good as Buck lens Arnica Salvo Burns Outs Sores Eczema and Piles disap pear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at nil druggists r Communicated Mif Alvin D Jott and bride were the recipients of many handsome and useful presents no announce ment being issued Handsome lamp presented by E L HugillsI of the firm he hvs an Louisville Louisville employes out glass water set and mirror Mr James R Shaw wife and daughter low fruit spoons lined with gold Mr ella Dar nell Rich Hill Mo sot solid silver teaspoons W W Jntt Jr loather chair Three sisters largo burnished gold mirror Mr 1rum1 bo chamber set Mrs Sallio Tott handpainted plate Mr Mervin Parront lord sister presented silver mounted set for dresser and white silk parasol Miss Kato Mayhall hand embroidery Miss Footo and friend of Louisville two hand painted fruit and cake plates Miss Pearl Edwards linens Mrs Philip Arnold onehalf dozen linen towels Mother Mrs V H Tott ono dozen linens embroidery Mex ican drawn work dresser scarf linen mount mellech work Mid many more F SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 n in p in pm hv Louisville Ar Shelbyville 780ILnwrenceburg l0M 020 035 Versailles 042 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Bunrin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No n in pm n in Lv Burgin 710 Ar Giorirotown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 7LVersailles 025 512 755 LnwrlnCI burg 043 540 820 Shelhyvillo 720I 020 P10 Loulsvillo 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains No 5 nml 0 Through Obser vation chair ear between Louisville Harrods burt and Burghi thetsleeping ears from and to Asheville N via Tennap m and arriv lag Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis No n1ArmfXo 8 No1 Lv St Louis 808 a p Ar Princeton 2Sp ml1U00 a m Htmtin burg 255 p a m Louisville 545 p in 710 a m No No Lv Louisville 000 p mi 850 a Ar Huntinglmrg 850 p 1145 amEvansville 1025 p mi l80p m No Not12 Evansville 7am 115 JmAr HuntiiiKburg 08 n 250 p m Ar illo ll5Uii mi 645p m betwouDLoi LouisiII firsttvilla Day trains between Louisville and St Louis curry Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Lout CnrlIapplytoHB Spencer S H Hardwick GB AllenG FOR SALE- A throcyearold red Poll Bull Apply to H C COLSTON Forks of Elkhorn H9tf B P O ELKS July182iOn account of the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Hailway will sell only round trip tick ets at one faro plus 25 con ts for lulyKith oxI WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One Tiling Only And Frankfort Is Learning This Nothing can bo good for every thillJIDoing one we brings sue cess Roans Kidney Pills do one liing only kidneysThey kidney ill- Horo is Frankfort evidence to prove it Mrs Anna M Ivavanaugh wid ow residing at 50 Main street corner of Todd says received no permanent benefit from all the different medicines I took for a num her of years pact trying to find 10 liof for the intense sulfuring I endured across the small of inv hank ItdneysIdiscouraged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so had from congestion of the kidneys that my doctors gave me up however I got bettor mull con tinued to suffer with the dreadful misery in my back and an annoying and distressing weakness of the kidnevs I read the splendid tosti innrials about Doans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced mo to make one more effort My grand son procured a box for mo at J W Gay les drug store and to my most pleasant surprise they gave mo im medate relief and by continuing the treatment I found myself re improvedFor Prior 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Cantt bo perfect health without pure blood Burdock Blood Bit ters makes pure blood Tones and invigorates the whole system frankfort G noinnati RU The W id land Route Loral Time Table In Effcl January 11 1904 f JAl1 AHA UXUKtT A M P51 otHiU Y No81 No83 5 Lv D Frankfurt Ar 2 Summit 1117712 2 Elkhorn 700 7 tfivitzer 0 229 7 Stamping Ground 12130 Duvall 2 7 Johnson Georgetown to r t C S Depot 250805 Newtown 4168 Centerville 9 8111817 Elizabeth 9 Paris Junctn 9 ao 8 Art Paris Lvl 9 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N ===BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P ill 16 IM00 50 Lr Frankfort Ar 25 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 Ito iAr Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAUIS PM PM Lv Frankfort Ar 720 LvGeareetown Ar 1iJ Lv Paris Ar 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTS 50A L Frankfort A7iT25A720t 45A A Georgetown L 80A025F 2OOPIri A Paris L 9 542P 42A A Winchester Ll 09AhMo A MnyHville LI 5 45AJH51 4j ACynthiana L 7 20P12 54P A Richmond L 7 20Afl55 6 A Cincinnati LI 551 IGEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pros and Genl SuPt UP A TRADE MARKS DESIGNS fftIour an Invention Is probably ahie Communica tions strictly on Patents sent free Oldest foreecuringpatents Patents taken throuuh Wunn tt Co receive special notice without charge In tbo Scientific jmterican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrcest dir culation of any sclentlQo Journal Terms t year four months bl Sod byall newsdeale- rsMUNH8Co381Broad New York Branch Office F at Washington D j OLD TAYLORii TIlE PREMIER 17 KENTUCKY WHISKEY1j iLF H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky L I fii Pleasant to kakeIj La ative Syrup L NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION is Ask Your Doctor 1j And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Coils ipation as they bring about a normalaction of the bowels wh minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege I table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 75000In Cash Prizes will be given away 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 THEJWEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 timesFa year for 50 cents Send 50 cents to this Paper DO IT NOW A STROf G COMBINATION 4 r rrru hU II THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEdLY HERALD j iJOnethe other is a necessity because of its supe rior telegraph service embracing the entire g worldcorrespondents in the Far East with j the armies and navies of Russia and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 1 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Franker Roun layout Frankfort Ky 1 BAPTFST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION OF AMEIUOA INTEH NAIrONAL CONVEN1iON DETROIT iMICHKlAN JULY 710 For the above occ a inn Mm Frank fort it Cinoinnati Hall WilY will make a special rutoof one faro plus ciiiiN for the round trip tickets sold July nth nth and 7th Final limit July 12th Extonsion i3riv iloir is crantod on donnsitml ticlcots S E HUTTON G F d P A OASTOnIABe-ars theha Hue Blgnaturo t9Yof ct 1 ON DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION SI LOUIS MO JULY nth 1004 For tho nhovu occasion tho Frankfort Cinoinnati Railway will soil tickets at ono faro plus 50 fonts for the round trip Dittos of sale July 2d to fith inclusive limit leaving St Louis July S E HUTTON G P FinaljMOVER IHOUSBoffers his services or raiser to tho citions of Frankfort Apply nttNo 10 Hickory street Lexington Ky 401 in fJ