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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r lrl Tt rZ t fi1z7P1 r1 lt if l lif I iIfIr f iJf i THE PRAMFOET ROUNDABOUT GEO ALTDVYIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOLt XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 2 1904 NO 43 1 LOOK OUT FOR LOCKJAW s As Monday will bti tho glorious fourth of July and everybody is preparing to have a big time we desire to sound a note of warning in regard to the use of toy pistols Official statistics show that out of ovary hundred cases whero tho small boy or in fact any one who is injured by the use of toy pistols result in lockjaw and death Just as much fun can bo had in many other ways and those not near so dangerous as this deadly toyParents should see to it that their boys do not have those deathdeal ing toys Abolish tbeml- CHANGES IN CABINET The following changes in the Cabinet of President Roosevelt took place on yesterday July 1st Win H Moody of Massachusetts became AttorneyGeneral vice Knox resigned to become Senator from Pennsylvania Paul Morton of Illinois became Secretary of the Navy vice Secre tary Moody resigned Victor H Metcalfo of CaliforniaA became Secretary of Commerce and Labor vice Secretary Cortnlyon who became chairman of tho Re publican Campaign Committee T W Gayle asks tho readers of this paper who are sunNing with indigestion or dyspopsia to cull on him at once audi gut a b ttlo of 5011knowwo know it you would not stiller DyspepsiaCuretissuebuilding tonic as well It is endorsed personally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of Indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of tho heart and stomach troubles Inn orally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure plFasdTEACHERS EXAMINED AND PASSED On Friday and Saturday Juno 17 and 18 an examination was hold of applicants for positions in the tom mon schools of this county The following ladies wero examined Mrs Sallie Clnxton of Monterey Miss Fannie Dnllyand Miss Delia OConnell both of Swallowflplu1 Their averages wore very good und they were granted firstcass co tiflcatfs Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for elfin eruptions u n n GOOD CITIZEN AND BRAVE SOLDIER PASSES AWAYI On Friday afternoon Trumbo who lives at the Big Eddy cHodlafterMr Trumbo was about 70 years of ago and was born and roared in Bath county Ho was a son of the late lon Andrew Trumbo Hu had lived in this county over since tho close of tho Civil War in which ho was a bravo and gallant Federal soldierHe given his lifo to fanning and stock raising in which ho was successful Ho leaves a wife and two chil dren one son and one daughterto- mourn his death The funeral services wore con ducted by Rev J McGlusky Blay noy D D on Sunday afternoon from his home and the remains wore interred in our cemetery Mr Trumbo was a genial and companionable gentleman and will bo greatly missed by his neighbors ml friends BUYS INTO BUSINESS Our young anti handsome friend Mr Mason P Brown hits purchased the interest of Mr Robert L Greene in tho Frankfort Drug Co business Mr Jown wound up the business of the J E M Milling Co in this flrstjclnssMr Greene who thus retires from this business found that his largo and increasing law practice would require all of his time and attention and ho sold out as a con sequence Wo wish the now firm all tho success possible SALES OF RICAL ESTATE Edgewood H tho handsome sub urban homo of the lato Col John L Scott on East Main struetwas WIMcKeoa very cheap piece of property Mr PC Sower bought tho ollico building on St Clair street for Ii5FrIEELRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect suppOrt our remedy vill bo sent on re Rt Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free boom which gives our references terms etc PEPTICiNow York City lArGO SfflR OIS 1 OXFORDSLV We have received the full line of these Cole Ispring OXFORDS We have them in Pate n t Leather the new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black andI Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cos shoes are the finest made nI K1McCLthi SON ST CLAHi ST FRANKFORT KY 1212214 WILL LOCATE IN S1 LOUIS Mr J MeClusky Blayuoy Jr who recently graduated with high honors from Harvard Law School will locate at St Louis Missouri for the practice of his profession NICE PRESENTS At the closing of tho J E IfMilling Cos ofllce in this city on Saturday Mr Mason P Brown chief bookkeeper gave to each one of the four young ladies employed in that ofllco a handsome Roman sot1tingsfully roue- USEFUL INFORMATION We are in receipt of a beautifully illustrated and printed booklet de scribing the Phillipine Government Exposition at the St Louis Worlds Fair It is full of valuable and sugges tire information about the people and ho industries of our new pos sessions in tho far east Any one who expects to visit the Fair should have ono of those booklets Address Herbert S Stone Chief St Louis A little life may bo sacrificed to an hours delay Cholera Infau tuin dysentery diarrhtun Conies suddenly Only safe plan is to have Dr Fowlers Extrnot of Wild Strawberry always on hand DEATH OF NOTED KEN TUCKIAN Hon Jas A MuKoirie former Congressman from the Second District and Moro familiarly known as Quinine Jim died at his homo ill Christian county on Sat u rd ay Mr McKenzie was one of the most social and lovable men of his day Brilliant und acute ho was universally popular wherever knownFor several oar he had been attliotod with partial blindness Ho was Past Grand Master of time Grand Lodge of Masons and stood deservedly high in that Order In addition to having served in the Legislature as Secretary of State under Gov Kuott and in Congress lie was Minister to Peru under President Cleveland While ill that country his eyes becanin diseased amid after his return to his homo ho retired from all public position He was a fine man in all tho relations of life From the Danville Va Register June 22 LITTLE ELIZABETH CONWAY I Died at tho Homo of Her Parents on Tuesday Morning Elizabeth Conway tho only child of Mr and Mrs L B Conway passed away at 44o oclock Tues lay morning at her fathers lioirio on South Main street All that medical skill and loving care could do was lone but after a brief illness sha died at tho early ago of nineteen months She was a bright swoot child and not only bntlIattractive qualities she hud won her way into the hearts of all who know nor The wholo neighborhood sympathizes deeply with Mr Ian Mrs Conway in their great and many will miss the sweet little voice and smiling little taco of Elizabeth providemices romIIsewe do not question Gods wisdom 01 his love and wo bow in humble submission to Ills will knowing that It Ho doe th all things well Ho whoso heart was filled with lovo for tho little ones and who said It Suffer tho little children to come unto me I has taken her unto Him self taken liar before sho over know the sin and sorrow of tints world taken her into that land of gloryLittlemonths in this world and thou went to bo forever with God May ho comfort and sustain the broken hearted parents Another bud that is plucked to blossom in a brighter world Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies tho blood Ccruto ointment for tho skin tti = BEG INN IN- CFOURTH OF JULY q AND CONTINUING THROUGH THE WEEK WE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL SALE OF HI8BONS PARASOlS SKIRTS CIUTCHnu RIBBONS Thousands of Yards all shades and widths strictly all silk No 1 Baby Kibbon nil colors worth 2Ao only lAcj per yard No 2 Satin Ribbon pretty shades Usually sells for 4cj and 5o sale price 8c per yardXo 5 Silk Taffeta Ribbon in plain or fancy colors reg ular price 5c sale price 8ic per yard No 9 Taffetu Kibbon all shades regular price 8c sale yardNo Ribbon a bur variety of pretty shades lc 1r10 lOc sale price 7 Ac per yard No 10 Taif ttn Ribljon our big seller regular price- loc sale pried lOc per yard 0 inches wide Finn Tailttta Ribbon a bargain at 2oc per yard PARASOLS IAhlt one hundred offered They como in latest styles und col Jl1Ill V pretty Silk Para sops reirular price 100snle price Tc Lot 2 pretty assortment of plain and ruffled Parasols lovely colors regular price 150 sale price 118 Lot 3tthis handsome as REMEMBER THESE ONE iU2tv NO Street PROMOTED First Lieutenant Marvin B rout Co EM Martin Light Iufaii try has been promoted to the pouij tion of Captain and Quartermaster for tho Id Regiment National Guards BROUGHT HERE FOR BURIAL Ir1ho of Mrs Henry M Williams who lied in Boone county last wool wore brought hero on Sundry afternoon and interred in lour it was a sad home coming us the rain was pouring when the burial tookplaco- FLUKNDLY Mr Goo 1 Sehon gunorJntend ont of the Kentucky Childrens Home has instituted suit to test tho constitutionality of tho law by tho last Legislature ap propriating 10000 to that institu tion Attorney General Hays holds the law unconstitutional iJ sortment of Parasols consists somoIseveral rows of ruffles regU- lar price 500 sale price j15S Lot 4 this grand pot consists of the cream of the mar hfBear in mind that wo han dIe only firstclass goods and what we are offering this week are the best brands of merchandiseLadies Waist Suits in White Pique and Lawns the regular price is 750 sale price 025 Ladies Shirt Waist Suits in Madras Cloth Linen and Batiste regular price 500 sale prie 110- Ladies Shut Waist Suits made of Tan and Blue Linen neatly trimmed regular price 850 sale price 103 Ladies Shirt Waist Suits nlltipric- eSKiiS Readytowear Skirts made Suitinghuulson1Nlvinished l price ii 700 naif price 508 Skirts made of Broadcloth and trimmed straps of same regular price 15U male pried 500 Skirts made of Mixed Suit ing neatly trimmed mi dwell made regular price 500 sale price fUOS r PRICES ARE FOR WEEK ONLY n FJ IDa tyo C KAGIN BRO J4143 St Clair At Bridge ParI remains cemetery lows SUIT passed with rA PLEA FOR THE SALVATION A lilt y t coolI jf Army in this city deserves tho at Ii tention of our benevolent citizenstTo Whom it May Concern J SalvationArmyArmy Barracks on Wost Clinton J1hoartodlarge donation Who will it be lho cost of time building will be ltJ Dont you think tho Army deserves a homo of Its own In your city Von never will know until goodthooollrthdoutnations for this building to bo made payable to Capt anti Mis A BroadwayIrtutlcfart Hives are a tcrrlblo torment to till little folks und to some older onus Easily cured Doans Oint ment never fails Instant relief permanent cure At drug store i50 cents + l MaJ ri tY f PERSONAL Miss Lula B Nelson visited rola tives in Louisville this week DIr1 B ti ford Hemlriok has re turned from a visit to Loui- svilleItMrs I M A Selbert is the guest of relatives in Cincinnati Miss Frances Tremero is visiting friends in Lexington Mr John Quin of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Mr Wick Bennett and family of Georgetown spent Sunday hero Misses Lilio and Mary Lane are r visiting relatives in Versailles Miss Mildred Taylor is visiting friends in St Louis Mo Miss M Lockett Smith is visiting friends in North Carolina Miss Janio Dehoney visited rola tives in Georgetown this week Mr Dan L Kennedy spent Sun day in Louisville Mr John E Glenn and son spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Anna Abbott is the guest of relatives at Warsaw Mrs J W Mnrksbury is visiting relatives in Shelby county Miss Alice Farmer visited reln tives in Louisville this week Miss Jennie Games has Bono to the Worlds Fair at St Louis Dr J G Furnish of Lakeland 7 Asylum was here Thursday Mrs Earl Rogers and children are visiting friends at Maysville Mr P Marion Williams wont to Louisville Sunday to visit relatives Mr Chas C MeChord and wife of Springfield were here this week Mr W C Marshall went to La Grange Sunday to visit relatives Mr Jos Ruth and wife spent Sun day in Louisville Mr Chas L Weitzol and wife spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Mason R Barret of Louis yule was the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Sunday Judge T R McBoath and Miss l Ruby Mackliii went to Lakeland on ySundayMr B Weisonburgh Jr returned from Knoxville Tonn on Sunday night Mr J n Lewis of this oilico v spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his sun Mr Geo W Lewis Mr Courtland P Chenault came In Saturday night from Estill countyCol D Martin who was called to Hartford Conn by the illness of his father has returned home Judge C E Booe who has been visiting at his old home in Fleming county has returned home Mr Grant L Roberts went to Cincinnati on Monday accompany ing his family on route to Canton Miss Helen ORear is visiting relatives at her old home in Mt SterlingMiss Margaret Dalton of Louis vill e is the guest of her cousin 4 Miss Hannah Kennedy Mr Helm Bruce of Louisville was in the city Monday on legal Thos H Paynter has re turned from a visit to his home at Greenup Capt C C Calhoun and wife of Washington City visited relatives here this week Mrs Guy H Briggs who has been visiting relatives at St Louis Mo has returned home Mr Jack Stuart spent Sunday in Fayette county tho guest of Mr S 1 VanNeter and wife Miss Hallie Duvall who has been visiting friends at Bowling Green has home Mrs John R Walters who hal been tho guest of friends at Lax ington has returned home Judge J P Hobson and family have gone to Elizabethtown to spend the summer Mrs Grant L Roberts and ohil dren mite visiting relatives at Can ion Ohio Miss Ida Dryden left Thursday for Dayton Ohio to visit her sister Mrs Ross A McCullum Mr Rhodes Settle of Louisville was time guest of his father Judge W E Settle this week Miss Jennie Stoutenburg of Cin is the guest of Mrs C E 11clllnnti Shelby street Aubrey Fishhook of Louis ivlle was tho guest of her sister Mrs H H Roberts this week Mr W O Riddell of Louisville was a visitor hero this week his old home- Mr Charles Pilkington who has been teaching school in Virginia 1 Lreturned home Saturday H Graham who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville has returned home Mr Chas C Newton Jr and bride have returned from the wedding trip Mr Edward Weiss of Louisville at has accepted a place as pharmacist Averills drug store jil 1 1r UUrtS w IJOUiS1vi11o 011Ina1l8 IJlI1I1S1villI i1id1dlesbolouMiss Hattie and Emmie Scott have returned from a visit to Mid dlesboro Mr Cary Benyman and fancily of Versailles are guests of rela tives hero Mr Van Edwards and wife of Versailles attended time funeral of Mr John Trunibo Sunday Mr Walter G Chapman returned Wednesday from a trip to Cincin natiMr H V McChesnoy and wife wero guests of Mr S L VanMotor and wife in Fayotto county this week Mrs W C Marshall has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives at LaGrange Mrs Ira Heard of Shelbyvillc is tho guest of Mrs O L Powers atI Woodlako Miss Puttie Thomas is tho guest of her cousin Mrs O L Powers at Wood lake Miss Ronnie Mitchell was tho guest of Mrs Will Watts at Iil1I villo this woeltIAttorney John K Todd of Shol hyvillo canto hero in an automo bile Thursday Miss Katie McGrath returned Thursday from a tgit to the Worlds Fair Miss Mary Louise Walsh of St Louis Mo is visiting relatives in this city Miss Katie Newman has returned from a visit to friends in Lexing ton Mrs Cornelia Bush has leturned from a weeks visit to tho Worlds Fair Mrs Nora Armstrong of Indian apolis Ind is visiting her sister Mrs E C ORear Fourth avenue Hon Claude B Torrillof Trimble county was in the city on Wednes day and called on us Miss Alma Schobertb of Versailles is the guest of Miss Jose phine Vogler Mr J B Dryden Sr and wife returned Wednesday night from Dayton Ohio Mr Robt L Brown late Senator from Gallatin county was in the city on Wednesday Mrs Stephen Keller of Cincin nati is tho guest of her daughter Mrs M A Selbort Mr Ed M Grant of St Louis Mo was here this week the guest of his mother Rev A B Chinn who has been visiting relatives in Virginia has returned home Mrs E S Timberlake of Win chester was the guest of Mrs W H Hoge this week Mr Wm A Downey of St Louis is visiting relatives in this city his old home Mr Eugene Wallingford of Cov ington is the guest of Mr E E Abbott this week Mr J W Chambers of Winchester was the guest of his sister Mrs E E Abbott this week Mrs W S Williams and son of Louisville are guests of Mrs Kate M Rogers her mother Miss Julia W Johnson has gone to St Louis Mo to visit the Worlds Fair Mrs C W Saffell returned yesterday from a visit to North Caro lina Mr Frank G Stagg returned yesterday from a two weeks visit to Chicago Ills Mr Chas E Taylor of Cincin nati is visiting here his old home Miss Tots Trabue of Louisville is spending her vacation with her grandmother Mrs Maria A MurphyMr Crutohor of Green ville Miss is visiting his parents Mr R L Crutohor anti wife in this city Col Tas Andrew Scott enter tained a number of friends at his camp on Main Elkhorn on Sstur dayMr Ben B Biggstaff of Bath county was called here by the death of his friend Mr John Trumbo Mr Gco Huffman and wife leave today to spend several days with their daughter Mrs Roland Den son in Louisville Mr Lee J Dudley and son of Chicago Ills wore guests of his brother Mr W J Dudley this weekMr Walter Goodwin and son St Louis Mo are visiting parents Mr W G Goodwill and wife South Side Miss Nadia Watkins of Dallas Texas is the guest of Miss Spioie Belle South at Excelsior Institute Jetts IF If iIwitttICJ rI FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER t J Mrs L B Weisonburgh Jr parentsRoyGeorgetown returned home Mon day Little Miss Mary Virginia Camp hell of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs J H Williamson corner ef Fourth and Logan streets Dr Wm Payne of Galveston Texas but who was raised here is visiting relatives in this city Ho is years of age but does not show it Mr John Pilkington who has been attending Washington and Leo University Va returned home Saturday Lee Hammond returned from North Pleasureville Monday His cousin Mr Johnston Hammond returned with him Mrs L F Jones and daughter Louise of Versailles were guests of her parents Mr Will Lane and wife South Side Sunday Mr J McClusky Blayney Jr is at home from Harvard College where he graduated with high hon orsMr J Morgan Chinn attended tho Eighth District Democratic Congressional Convention at Shel Katie Gibbons our sweet little cantatrice is visiting her parents Mr Jas F Gibbons and wifeCapt Thos C Jones after a short visit here left Saturday for New York en route to his post of duty at Fauchal Madeira Island Mr John ORear son of Judge E C ORear has passed his mental examination for admission to the Naval Academy at Annapolis Md MaJ J Alex Grant was called to Evansville Ind Friday by the death of his nephew Mr James GrayMr E C Shipp and wife of Owen county who have been guests of Mr Thos E Kenney and wife returned home Friday Mrs Allie Donahue and sister Miss Marie Miller of Chicago Ills are guests of Mrs B B Jeffers this week Mrs Mary Ratclifi of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Kate M Wil liams Highland HemeU this John W R Williams and daughter Miss Annie of Crescent Hill are visiting Dr U V Wil liams this city Mr Sam D Johnson who has been at Martinsville Ind for his health has returned very much improvedMr Aldridge of Dallas Texas is the guest of his grand parents Mr R M Aldridge and wifeChief E Hickory Taylor and Mr Morgan Brawner attended the funeral of their friend Mr H C Deboe in Louisville yesterday Mr John ORoar loft yesterday for Annapolis Md to take tho physical examination preparatory to admission to the Navy Mrs John B Darnell and son John of Fort Worth Texas are guests of Mrs Virginia Jett Shelby streetMr A G Jeilers and wife left Wednesday for Oklahoma They will also visit the Worlds Fair at St Louis Miss Janie Stothenborough of Franklin Ohio is visiting Mrs C E Collins corner of Second and Shelby streets IMr Frank H Johnson has gone arrnnger apIMr M F Clancy of the J W Fowler Co Louisville will take the place vacated by Mr Baird at the Frankfort Drug Co today Mr Maurice Brook TJ S En gineers now stationed at Memphis Penn spout Sunday with his parents Mr Geo M Brock and wife near Forks of BUdlOrnIMr John H water export at the Frankfurt Drug Co Iris gone to St Louis Mo hts employers say that ho is a correct and competent man and regret to put with him Miss Beulah Hockonsmith of Shelby county Miss Florence Smcdoy Miss Minnie Tucker and Miss Lizxio Pago of Lexington were guests of Miss Cordie Jellers this week Dr Henry A Williamson of Bell view Boono County and son Mr Wooden Williamson of Ashland Kansas Mr D Walton and wife non Lula Belle Williamson Robert Emmet Williamson Mrs Grant and Miss Maud Scott of Bollviow ac companied the remains of Mrs Belle Williamson wife of Dr Henry A Williamson on Sunday evening that were laid to rest in time Frank fort cemetery Mrs Williamsonc had many friends here cerely mourn tho passing away of this eminently good woman A GOOD MEETING I= Pastor B P Roach closed a two weeks meeting at the Switzer Baptist Church last Sunday He was A jsihted by Rev J F Watson of Midway who did most of the preaching with great acceptance to overflowing houses Seventeen converts were bap tized Sunday evening in the waters of Elkhorn near the church Pastor Roach preaches his fare well sermon to these people Sun day July 10 he having resigned to accept an appointment as a mite sonary to China The church has work under his charge along alfthe lines of Christian activity and they give him up with sincere regret He leaves with the good wishes of the entire community to whom he has greatly himself by hisI upright li feeA MEMBER TO on Point Comfort AND T- HESeashore llT- filuIsIJ8U JUlg I4tn 1904 1200ILEXINGTON KY Trains nlmSholbyvillo 1300 Frankfort 1800 Winchester 1150 Mt Sterling 1100 Morohead 1100 Tickets good on regular trains of Thursday July 14 1904 The Famous White Sulphur Springs delightfulMonroeNavy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean View ar among the attractive features SIDE TRIPS At Low Rates From Old Point SURF BATHING BOATING and FISHING Can be Enjoyed at Old Point Sleeping Car Rates Will be 350 The Greatest Summer Trip Tickets will be good returning July 28th H W Fuller G P 1001IGW Barney D P Lariks It Sidney Globes 1fIGuaranteedfor allKidney ndY Bladder DiseasesIEASIER TO TAKE It Two doses give relief nnd ono box wilIcure nay ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cares Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism nnd all irregu r larities of the Kidneys nnd Bladder in p both men nnd women Sold at 50 cents per box on tho No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt price Gayle Dru Stores Frankfort Ky J May 2iy- YELLOWSTONE t PARK TOUR i TlokettEvery Expense Included in Personally Conducted Party The exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago d Northwestern North I ern Pacific Railways leaving Cia 1trainIfl return without change although stops for sightseeing will be made 1everything IDistville Ky td ff Horse Timers Chronographs Split Seconds JPive Minute Re peatersJMinute Repeaters i In Gold Gold Filled And it Silver ii FOR SALE BY SELBERT ILeadlnll Jeweler tCIl 7 rlL t rMV 1it 1 t tKILLrHECOUGH KingsNew IR CONSUMPTION Price 60c 100 Freo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK l6ly THE COUNTY TEACHERS IN InsiItutoScott counties will bo hold at Georgetown in the Chapel of tho City School on July 2529 inclu sive Tho following circular gives all A necessary information In regard to tho matter for which wo aro under obligations to Miss Lucy Patties our efficient County Superintend tentj Tho TriCounty Institute is com posed of tho public school teachers of Franklin Woodford and Scott counties and every such teacher holding a certificate and every one who expects to teach in tho public schools of these counties is required by law under penalty of revoca tion of certificate to attend the full session ofiho Institute i MISS LUCY PATTIE Supt Franklin Co M B HIFNER ftj Supt Woodford Co D H PAXTON Supt Scott Co Hotel Rates Lancaster 150 per day Wellington 150 per day Stone House 100 por day Moore House 100 per cloy- PROGRADf1IE July 25th 945 a mAddross of Welcome Prof R E Warren Response Supt Miss Lucy Pat tie Supt M B Hlfner- 1015Enrollment 1045 Outline of Weeks Work M A Cassidy 11 30 First Subject Stato Sylla bus 1200 m Adjournment t 130 p m Resumption of Work ns Outlined in Syllabus and Pro ceeded With from Day to Day FREE LECTURES AT THE COURT HOUSE r 8 p m July 25 Lecture or Reading M A Cassidy Lexington Ky 8 p m July 26 Address Col W C P Breckinridge Lexington Ky 8 p m July 27Lecture Why or the Problem of Life Dr M W Chase Chicago 8 p m July 28 Lecture Big Bugs and Big HumbugsDr M W Chase CASTORIAFor Infants and Children IfThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of APPOINTED TO SCHOLAR JSHIPS IN STATE At the recent examination held by the County Board of Examiners for scholarships in the State College Mr Alexander T Lewis son of Mr J B Lewis of this office and Mr James Stigers son of Mrs Lafayette Stigors of Switzer were awarded the places both of them having made very satisfactory av erages Miss Lucy Pattie our very effi y dent County Superintendent has aent in their certificates to Presi dent Patterson of the Stato Col lego ADJUDGED OF UNSOUND MIND Mrs Lou Johnson was tried on Thursday in Judge lols roves f court upon a writ of lunacy and ifound of unsound mind She was ordered taken to the Eastern Luna tic Asylum Dr Cadys Condition Fowlers ar just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a ff horse in prime condition Price 25I cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and t LeCompte Gayle w fP ltl f If Wr- X g j BEATHS BURNS At tho homo of his niece in Louisville on Friday Mr Thos Burns aged 72 yours of Brights disease Mr Burns was a carriage maker thoIho conducted a carriage shop on East Main street hut had been forced to give up all business some two years ago and had gone to Louisville tc livo He was a wid lower with no children He loft sonic considerable estate Tho remains wore brought horo on Saturday morning and interred in tho family lot in our Catholic Cemetery Ho was a quiet and industrious citizen upright in all his dealings GRAHAMIn this city on Wed nesday Matito McCluro infant daughter of Mr Bernard G Gra ham and wife aged two months of whooping cough Tho funeral took place on Thursday afternoon at 4 oclockWILSONIn this city on Sunday Mrs Mary Wilson aged 75 yours after a long illness Mrs Wilson was the slaughter of tho late Mr W W Stephens and was reared at that famous oldtime tavern known to stockmen the State over as tho Billy Stephens Tavern two miles from this city on tho Versailles pike She was a devout member of the Christian Church She lad boon a widow for long years She loaves two daughters both married to mourn her death Tho funeral services were con ducted by her pastor Rev George Darsio from the Christian Church on Tuesday afternoon and the in torment was in tho family lot in our cemetery BADLY HURT IN RUNAWAY Mr S S Wainscott who lives in tho Tioga neighborhood this county came to town in his buggy on Wednesday morning and when in front of tho grocery store of Mr John M Banta at Thorn Hill tho horso he was driving became fright ened at a street car and ran away throwing Mr Wainscotfc out mash ing and bruising his loft shouller very seriously though not breaking any bones so far as could be dis covered Mr Wainscott who Is a large man held on to the reins and succeeded in stopping the horse not however without being dragged some distance The buggy and harness wore torn all to pieces by the frightened ani malSurgical attention was at once renderedThe wonder is that Mr Wainscott was not instantly killed UP TO SNUFF Our friend Mr Dan L Kennedy has the handsomest coffee house in the city and at all times and under all circumstances has an orderly and quIet houseThe Ra leigh Now that he has all his now fixtures he has had a new grani toid pavement put down in front of his place SPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cianinnati 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 17 at the low rate of 125 for tripTrain this city at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincin nati at 8 p m td DADO Tho time worn injuNction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen orally presented in this formII Do it today That is tho torso ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralising cold with which you have been struggling for several days WOOKH Take some reliable remedy for it todayanti lot that remedy bo Dr Boschoes Gorman Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A fow doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your continuedeuse a s cure you completely No matter how deep soated your cough oven if droad consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a curoas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless caws of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr rj fVI Stomach Troubles curedDYJPEPJiACURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada O was ler of Milliard cured Kodol 1 Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected t the use of his heart Kodol I KODOLO- UeiliWiutYouEit rFor sale by J W Gayle drug gist DISTINGUISHED LAWYER AND FORMER CITIZEN OF FRANKFORT DIES IN LOUISVILLE On Sunday last Judge Wm P D Bush for many years Reporter of the Decisions of the Court of Ap peals and citizen of this city died at his home in Louisville aged 81 years Judge Bush had served ns Repre sentative in the Legislature Cir cuit Judge and Circuit Clerk of Hancock county He had also served as Reporter of the Court of Appeals and as a member of the City Council of this city He also edited the Ky Law Reporter with signal ability He was a man of fine ability but at all times of delicate health and tho only wonder is that ho accom plished as much work as he did under such adverse circumstances He was a devoted member of the Methodist Church He leaves seven children three sons Messrs Finlay F Bush of Boston Mass Sidney J Bush of Woodford county and Harry R Bush of Atlanta Ga and four daughters Mrs Kate B Martin Mrs W N Caldwell and Misses Carrie and Lily Bush of Louis ville to mourn his death The funeral was conducted by his pastor Rev W W Pinson of the Broadway Methodist Church Louisville on Monday afternoon His wife had preceded him to the grave some seven years NO LONGER THAN YOUR HAND Is time spot in your back directly affected by lumbago But it is big enough to prostrate you until a kind friend rubs Perry Davis Painkiller into your aching flesh Then the throbbing pain which has boon as bad as toothache dies away Pain killer is equally good in relieving sciatica and the various forms of rheumatism 25 and SUe bottles STRIKERS LOSE OUT Louisville Typographical Union No 10 after being out some two months on a strike declared tho strike off on Tuesday last and adopted a rule allowing union print ers to go to work in open shops The employers say they will pay good men tho 18 required by the union but will not recognize time unions right to require all printers to be paid the same wages merit being tho qualification Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifica the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions FINE MEETING Roy J F Watson pastor of tho Midway Baptist Church has just closed a fine meeting at tho North Fork Baptist Church Switzor in which there wore twenty additions Mr Watson is a line preacher but attempts no display simply preach fug the gospel BIGGEST THING EVER Thats What the 4th of July Cele bration will be Tho work of tho committees hav ing the 4th of July celebration in hand is about completed There will bo eloquont and at tractive speeches beautiful and artistic fireworks by day and by night handsome and attractive boat excursions on time river and last but not least oldfashioned oldtimo Kentucky burgoo in abun dance for any and all who may at tendReduced rates have been secured on all railroads entering tho city There will ho a big crowd present and everybody will have a good time who comes Once more there will bo an old fashioned fourth of July celebra tion 9 o Come and enjoy it Tho order of exorcises for celebration will bo as follows Forming parade 980 to 10 a m 2 Parade moves promptly 10 In 3 Exorcises at tho platform 11 a m Music by band 2 Invocation Rov A B Chinn 3 Music 4 Presentation of Flag Admiral C C Todd 5 Response Gov Beckham 6 Music 7 Address Hon Wm Lindsay of Is9 Address Hon J J Fitzgerald of Louisville 10 Benediction Rov Father Ma jor Music 4 Burgoo 1230 p m 5 Daylight fireworks 3 p in fi Baseball at park 330 p m 7 Procession on the river 8 p m 8 Night fireworks on tho river banks 830 p m WHAT A DIFFERENCE = Recently we wore looking over an issue of lhe National Unionist a paper published in Lexington Ky by the writer of this article and our father in 1S65 when we came across the time table of the Frankfort Lexington Louisville Railroad which showod tho time it took to run a passenger train from Lexington to Louisville to bo five hours for one train which did not make all the stops and live hours and a half for tho other which stopped at all stations Tho time occupied now is only about three hours and a half by theIL N road and two hours half by tho C O out off If wo wore compelled to go back to tho old schedule we would never trot through kicking whereas in that day it was thought to be only a reasonable time Whats the secret of happy vigorous health Simple keeping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys strong and active Bur dock Blood Bitters does it AHEAD OF THE HOUNDS Our friend Dr U V Williams is the first person tc have roasting ears out of a homo garden in this section of tho country This cer tainly is very early considering the backward season The way that corn is growing all through this section at present makes it evident that those of us who are not so fortunate as Dr Williams will not have to wait much longer for our taste of this best of all vegetables or grains whichever you ohooso to call it Dipthorla relieved in twenty min uteRoAlmost miraculous Dr Thomas Ecleotrio Oil At any drug store- LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS 1901 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati R Queen i Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ton days on COday and to day tickets Rates from Frankfort 50day tickets 1285 l tickets 1165 Coach excursion tickets 830 Coach excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of cacti week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Throe routes available from Cincinnati o Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Iincinnati Chicago St Louis Uy and Chicago Hamilton Dayton Ry Convenient schedules No change of depots necessary through tickets from Frankfort Sleeping oar reservations secured if advised S K HUTTON td General Passenger Agent MARRIED LANDRTMALLTSON At the homo of time brido at Mayfield Ky on Tuesday Mr John W Lan drum and Miss Bessie Allison wero married Mr Landrum is Deputy Grand Commander of time Grand Comman do ry Knights Templar of Ky land is a handsome and popular gentleman well known horn His bride is said to be an elegant ac complished and pretty young lady Congratulations are extended DOWNING JENNINGS At the County Judges office on Tuesday Mr Jones Downing and Miss Viola Jennings both of Jetts wore mar ried by Judge J H Polsgrove DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CON VENTION OF INTEREST 10 KENTtJCKIANS Tho Democratic National Con vontion to bo held in St Louis Mo July 6 will beyond a doubt bring together tho largest and most representative gathering of Demo crats from all sections of tho United States that has over assembled in tho history of the party and theIt papa of a Democratic State that good old Commonwealth of Kentucky will as usual contrib utp one of tho most representative and largest delegations at this con von lion The side attraction offered by tho Missouri Democrats in the shapo of tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition insures us the largest gathering and getting together of Demo crats that tho good old party has known This is conceded Governor Bee khaun National Committeoman Woodson and all tho delegates at largo have selected tho Henderson Route as their official route to the convention thus favoring a State railroad that geographically speaking servos time entire State That tho trip may be made pleas ant interesting and comfortable beyond a doubt1 especially for Kentucky Delegates und their friends who will attend time conven Hon arrangements have been made for special accommodations from Louisville via the Henderson Route on all of their trains of July 2d to 5th inclusive and special rate of one fire plus 25 cents has been matte for the round trip with final limit of fifteen days This line otters very improved train service as follows IJlmitedIleavesarrives St Louis 720 a m through without change of carsConsist of train Pullman Sleepers Free Re clininc Chair Cars and Seat Passenger Coaches raTrains solidly vlstibu led It St Louis Daylight Limited leaves Louisville S30 a in daily arrives at St Louis 510 p in through without change of cars Consist of train Pullman Observa tion Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars meals la carte and High Back Seat Pas songer Coaches vestibuled through out This safe and convenient sched ule will put you Into St Louis not earlyandiinyour headquarters and also affords an opportunity to rest up several hours before opening of the con vention noon of July 6thor to visit various State headquarters and renew acquaintances with your Democratic brethren and get your CityThese tions have been arranged to accom Kentuokydelegates various Democratic clubs and all Democrats It is therefore ex pected that every Democrat will make an earnest and personal effort Conyentionand to influence their friends to solidfrontDelegates and Democrats from eastern and Central Kentucky atLouisvilloTickets will be sold through from all Kentucky points at reduced rates Ask your nearest ticket agent for rates and be sure your HonsiorsonRouteLouis REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts collected internal revenue followslons amount of tax collected 86 88182 FARM FOR SALE I offer my place for sale two miles from Frankfort on Louis ville pike house eight rooms all out buildings necessary abundance of fruit of all kinds good soil well AuidealAddress DR W L CRUTCHER 101 m O SX O 1ABears tho Ih J line b THEFranMoitRouniiaDoir Entered at the pnstoHlro at Frankfort Ken lucky assocoiulcluss 111 ita lit iiwiUr GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 2190r PREVENTION OFIYlJHOID- FEYEH Circular Issued by tho State Hoard of Health of Kentucky- To the Health Officials Physician and People of Kentucky This board again fools it to be a duty to call the earnest attention of our health authorities and peo ple to the increasing prevalence and mortality from typhoid fever and to the consequent growing im portance of the constant use of the methods endorsed and confirmed by scientific research and observa tion for tho prevention of the disease 1380 cases of disease and 1579 deaths wore reported in Kentucky last year chiefly confined to people in the prime of life and usefulness The cost of caring for those sick of it to say nothing of the sorrow suffering and loss of life for the year is reported as being 503700 Typhoid fever is probably the most preventable of all diseases not oven excepting smallpox It is now definitely known that like cholera and dysentery the germs of the disease are unh- in the discharges from tho howei find kidneys of those sick of it and that it is necessary for a person to r swallow some of such discharges or things polluted by them in someway in order to contract the disease They usually gain en trance to the system through in fected water from wells or streams draining inhabited areas and pol luted by infected fecal matter or such matter may be carried by flies and deposited on the food utensils and hands in unscreened kitchens and dining rooms the germs may also be carried on the g hands of careless attendants or on soiled clothing or indirectly by using milk 01 other articles of cooked food or drink from cans and r vessels washed in infected water Ice from infected water is also dangerous as it has boon proven that freezing does not kill the germs A volume of water may be in nlreadIpollutedcomo a ready multiplication of the germs In the now noted cpidiMiiic at Plym outh Pennsylvania involving the sickness of 1104 and the death of lIt the outbreak was traced to the use of scat from a stream infected by tho discharges from ono imported ease Tho re cent disastrous epidemic at Ithacn New York causing ninny death and requiring tho suspension 01 Cornell University was traced to tho use of a public water supply similarly infected On the other hand in the dis tressing and fatal epidemic which clung to our military camps at Chickamauga Camp Mead Mon V tauk Point and other places during the SpanishA moricln war flies were found to bo tho principal carriers of the disease by the United States Commission ap pointed to investigate tho origin of the outbreaks Uy the use of white powder sprinkled over tho dis charges in the latrines thousands of these pct wore tracked direct from these and found covering the food hands and utensils in the kitchens and mess rooms of the common soldiers Cultures taken from tho feet legs hills and lutes tines of those flies showed the germs of typhoid fever in countless numbiMs The kitchens and mess rooms of the officers were screened and they almost uniformly soaped the disease Other facts no less convincing as to both water and flies being carriers of this disease might ba multiplied indefinitely if space permitted In a smaller way they must he common in the experience of most physicians in active practice Jiasod upon the teachings of the foregoing facts the following rules have been prepared with care for the guidance of a persons inter ested in their own and the public health 1st When it is known or sus pected that a person has typhoid fever he should be placed in a large well ventilated room with the windows and leers well screened and such proparation should be made from the first day for tho thorough and systematic disinfection of all discharges froth the bowels and kidneys as will pro We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially t to the nerves its action is that of a medicineSend free SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New- Yorkdaja1ldti5ocan lrill rrf1 = = Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced nge it does not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hundreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for improving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I prew so much worse I left there with mywIfe to visit my T A Roanoke sisterinlawiMrs nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should try Dr Alies Heart Cure cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no improvement and I despaired- of ever being better but my faithful sisted on keeping it up which I did Im provement soon began in earnest and I took m or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a and I cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind tect other members of the family the attendants and the community 2d A solution of chloride of lime eight ounces to the gallon of water should bo provided in quantity and a quart of this should be put in tho bed pan or vessel each time before it receives time dis charges and should he well stirred and allowed to stand in the vessel at least an hour before it is buried An equivalent solution of creolin or a thick white wash made from the fresh quicklime may be used in the same way when the chloride of limo can not be obtained but with these at least two hours will bo required to complete tho disin fection Hd Soiled bed or body linen should remain in the chloride of line solution for an hour and may Ithn bo safely put in the family Soilol paper or duties used chant the patient should bo imme diatdy burned Attendants should wash tin hands frequently and the lips anti rinse the mouth always before eating No one should par take of any food which has ftood prnIthe recovery is complete and until all diarrhea has ceased 4th Typhoid fever is not con tagious in the sense commonly understood and if the precautions allege indicated are faithfully and intelligently carried out a case may be treated in any family or community with perfect safety If others have the disease it will be because they were infected from the same source as tho patient or contracted it elsewhere The same precautions should be observed in dysentery and all other diarrhea diseases including summer com plaint in children nth All well water and nnfiltc red water from rivers draining inhabited areas where typhoid fever and diarrheal diseases are liJtph to occur at any time and milk stored in cans or vessels washed in such water should bo looked upon as suspicious and should always ho boiled before it is drunk by anyone not immune from typhoid fever In the absence of a reliable fil tered public water supply carefully collected and properly stored cistern water is safest ith Tho windows and doors of all dwelling houses and especially of tho kitchen and dining room should always bo well screened and the flies actually kept out Unless this is done a carelessly managed case of typhoid fever or other diarrheal disease even a mile or more away may bo a source of danger on account of flies As mosquitoes are now known to bo the carriers of malaria time same precautions will protect from this disease Time universal and effectual prac tice ot those precautions would re quire intelligent carp and some ex but result in tho practical disappearance of ono of our most common and fatal domes tic pestilences which is not only a disgrace to our civilization but an annual scourge and tax upon the people of Kentucky in comparison with yellow fever and chol era plague and other exotic dif oases so feared by our people sink into insignificance Copies of this circular and of others in regard to the prevention of consumption diptheria and scar let fever may be had by any one for free distribution upon tion to the board at Bowling Green By order of the board J M MATHEWS M D President J N McCORMACK M Secretary Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Iy Annual Convention Franklin County Sunday School At Bethel Church Thursday July 7th 1904 Programme 930 Round Table The Vita Problem in Sunday School Management and Teaching 1000 Devotional Services 1020 Address Manhoods Morning Admiral CO Todd 1040 Conference Teacher Training Led by State Workers 1 Needed qualifications tor Successful Teaching Leader 10 minutes 2 How These May Be Ac quired Through 1 Teachers Meeting mil Training Courses By Prut J H Fuqua and S E Hutton 10 minutes 2 Reading Courses ByE A Fox 30 minutes 3 Oilier Sources Audience 10 minutes 1130 Finance in the S S How WhyR L Greene 1145 The Parents and The S SA V Hite 1155 Appointment of the Committee 1200 Noon 115 Song Service 130 Address Bringing In The Sheaves Rev Geo Dursie 150 Recruiting W G Simpson 210 The S S and Missions B P Roach 240 Offering 250 Address Our State Work Mr T C Gebauer of Hender son 320 Round Table Sunday School Management anti Teaching E R Jones President WONDERFUL NERVE Is displayed by many a Ulan or during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But there it no need for it Buoklens Arnica Salve will kill the pale and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at all druggists A SENSIBLE DOG Mr Gran L Robot ts has a Scotch Collie Dog a thoroughbred which has given evidence of unusual in telligence When spoken to How are you he holds up his paw to shako with you and does other timings equally as smart But re cently he tins done something that caps tho climax Mr Roberts family aro away and the dog insists on sleeping in the horse with his master One morning recently Mr Roberts was awakened by the door bell ringing He hastily donned his clothes und went down to see what was wanted When ho cline where ho could see the door ho found the dog with his paws upon ho bell ringing away So soon as the door was opened the animal darted out perfectly satisfied- If you dont believe this ask Sam SmithPretty hood dog story PILES UPON TOP OF PILES Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of Piles hut if you get the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salvo made by E C DeWitt Co of Chicago a euro is certain H A Tisdale of Summerton S C says I had piles twentyyears and DeWitts- Snlve cured me after everything else failed Sold by all druggists LOOK OUT DYNAMITERS A man by the name of Thop Sheridan who lives near tho mouth of Flat Crook was arrested by Con stable Newt Shackleford charged with dynamiting fish tried before Special Judge B G Williams on Saturday and fined 50 the limit of the law Others implicated with the man have thus far escaped Dynamiters should take warning Tho law will bo enforced rigidly CASTOnrAB ari the Signatureof A Bout q t One look at 11 MALTWHEATt BISCUITr t tWd- gives you an idea of their goodness l one taste proves it Goodall the time l but best for breakfast dinner and supper iI t11d 15 MEALS CENTS 15 Il jI OUR PROTECTION IS YOJJR GAIN Do you believe we can afford to do ou an unsatisfactory job of or or sell ou a vehicle that will not sat 1weEither in new work or painting or repairing and we are will ingjto allow our work to advertise us YOU SHOULD NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED YOUR VEHICLE TO MAYS ih IT PAINTED Our prices are reasonable anti wo gnavinfree our work Wo are building a nice line of our own haiidinudu work and can take your order for anything you want besides we handle a full lino of the best uptodate eastern worx on tho market If you need anything in our line phone or write us and our representative ttho is in Frankfort every week will call to see you SELLER CARRIAGE COInc Versailles Kentucky- H k K Ward Pres Fayette Phone 133 C M Browning Secy Treas J= 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCEi sstrca 49 4r xe34 tirm INI p 7 =Regular Style Stays In or 61n apart I flSpecialStays apart Made large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great strain is put on itADoes not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs iEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and it Can show hotf it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced FRANK G STAGG y SPECIAL AGJ3NT LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised time week end ing Saturday Juy 2 1004 Baker Miss Isetta Badwin Rodney Camioll E L Coleman Mrs Alphia Cooley Mrs Susie Curtis A B Davis Miss Olin Fowler Miss Gibbs Mrs C H King Martin Laidley S LiniHay Richard Martin Harry Thomas Miss Fann Thomas Willie Tucker Mrs E Welch Mrs Sallio Lee Whallen Mrs Pink Wilhelm H Woodson G N Persons calling for tho abovo let tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M 55 INCH 41rN 9 59 m e 2ZIN f Y 8 a m if 201N s 5Iin In or 61D of Is a A 3 I see you for Mr LOT SOLD IHANDSOME Geo L PAyne r sold his handsome lot just south of the Methoijist Church on Wash 1 ington street one half to Mr J iitItH Graham and the other half to Mr M D Averill for 2000 each Time lots are 40 feet front each by 200 feet back Mr Payne purchased this lot in December 1902 from Mr Frank G Stagg for shows that real estate is looking up since tho capital ques tion has been settled Tho lot Is one of the handsomest and best located in tho city J This signature Is on every box of the genuin i fLaxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cure a cold la one day- i filii INAUGURATED Saturday Morning July 2 at 9 Oclock It THE GREAT It a JULY JUBILEE SALE F FARMERSA CARNIVAL OF PRICES YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS IT II 1 STAMPING GROUNDI Mr Will Triplott and wife of Lexington visited relatives here c on Sundny Mr Kondriok Johnson of Frank fort is the guest of his brother Mr J L Johnson in our town Mrs F Catlin and son Frank of Lexington visited friends here last f week Mr R C Head has his sister Mrs Hallie Combs as a visitor i this week r1Irs W H Gatowood who has visiting friends In Owenton for two weeks returned home Sun lay Miss Beatrice Duvall who is living in Cincinnati visited thomo pouple last week herIMrs M IC Beagle and Mrs Liiln Perry of wore guests of friends hero week They both have many warm misforIIto be killed The trustees of Buffalo Springs Academy have selected Prof Wright as principal and Miss Sue Viley as first Lindsay as second attendant teachers for the next year Mr F L Craft Jr of Fulton Mo who is connected with the oullgfMarrIedJune 23d at the homo of the bride Mr Robert Jameson of this place and Miss Mabel Hurst daughter of Mr H E Hurst were married They will reside here Last Sunday afternoon and night wo were visited by the first good 1 rain for four weeks tJW att Vinegar the colored man who was so badly hurt last week by a premature explosion of dyna mite died Thursday morning of his injuiios Miss Emily Cannon was tried before Judge J J Yates on Friday on a lunacy writ and ordered sent to the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum FrlnltforttMr H A Boll of Louisville was Ittho guest of Dr A Ford last week f Ford had as their guests l last wcMk Misses Ella and Bessie Sinclair of Georgetown and Miss i Cornelia Wood of Ripley Tenn The Sundayschool of the Chris tau Church will aivo a picnic Sat urdny JulyS In the beautiful yard of Mrs Irene Johnson Dr John Foster Mrs G A Fos tel and children of Now Albany Ind have been visiting relatives J hero for s everal days UNO NO SUBSTITUTE WANTED t j No I did not ask for a bottle any cheaper or twice as large or one undo by yourselves I And will not have any substitutoI for Perry Davis Painkiller I have used it my father used it and I graucIthat can equal it That I 11tation offor stomach ache ENTIRELY Tho Governor on Monday re movod Dr 0 C Owens from his place as Assistant Physician at the Central Lunatic Asylum at Lake- land It will be remembered that Dr Owens was the Superintendent of the Institute for FeebleMinded Children at this city when Dr J W Hill was appointed to that place I Tifirtt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil in the house Never can tell what mo ment an accident is going to happen j FORMER PROMINENT KEN lUCKY WOMAN DEAD Some years since Miss Nannotto Daisy wasn conspicuous figure among Democratic politicians hav ing been n candidate for State Li brarian once or twice Later she was a noted homeseeker in Okla homa in which she succeeded in getting a good farm Still later she was married to a young Swede a trooper in the Regular Army by the name of Svegeburg She then disappeared from the public eye After several years of married life her husband was transferred to Chicago Ill leaving his wife behind a Mrs Svegeburg later followed her husband who was some ten years younger than herself only to find that ho had secured a divorce and was married to another woman Being thus deserted she returned to her homo and a few weeks since died Those facts were brought out by the fact that the lawyer whom her affairs were entrusted has advertised for tho legal heir- to the estate which amounts to a nice little sum These facts show the uncertain ties and mutability of all earthly things A SPLENDID ADDRESS Mr F C Nunemacher recently delivered an address at the Conven tion of the United Typothetao of America at St Louis Mo which is a model in its clo thought and correctness of statoI mont of the issues involved in the open and closed shops His argument is an unanswerable one that all employers ought to have the privilege of employing tho best workmen to bo had and of pitying them according to their ability in place of being compelled to pay inferior workmen the same wages thus hampering their business and destroying their indo pendenco of action We have always thought tho labor unions committed their greatest error right at this point They ought to see tho reasonableness of- paying a better price for good workmanship rather than tho eral wago scale for all nIikeiWo commend Mr Nunomachors address to all thoughtful minds BUYS A MONKEY Capt A S Petty the jolly and popular conductor of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway purchased a pet in Cincinnati on Sunday in tho shape of a monkey There will great times around where thoICaptain dwells nowINO LOCAL FREIGHTS Wo are requested by the agents of tho F C and the L N Rail roads to give notice that there will be no local freight trains run by those roads on Monday next July 4thShippers will please remember this B P O ELKS Cincinnati Ohio July 18th to 23d 1904 For tho above occasion tho Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at 305 for tho round trip Dates of sale July 10th 17th and 18th all trains Tickets good without deposit until August 4th with deposit until August 2- 5thjjjfljL GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE enderson Route IlIIE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars FOltIK EXT U C II1N5 TO STLOUISASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN- Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY DR E ROEMELEDEUTSCHER ARZT Office and reslrtoneo above WEITZEL ODON ELL 313 Main St TELEPHONE Old 134 New 136 SUMMER SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE JUNE 28th to AUGUST 5th dateslInquireFrankfort Cincinnati Rail S E HUTTON G P A r Tho pill that will will fill the bill gripeTo liver without quiverIDuWiUs Little Early Risers are gentleintJ1l11lIfrom billiousnoss sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequalled Sold by all OF JULY RATES VIA FRANKFORT CINCIN NATI RAILWAY Between points on Its own lino1 rates of ono faro for the round trip will apply Tickets will be on sale July 2d 3d and 4th with final limit July 6th To or from points off tho line of road rates of one and onethird fare will govern Tickets will be on sale July 2ci 8d and 4th with final limit of July 8th S E HUTTON General Passenger Agent IISO l TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS cIAnyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an CommunlraUonlllltrlctiroonlSdenUaL i patentsPatenttpceiol notice without charge In the Scientific flnwican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tarcoat elf culation of any iclentlflo Journal Terms f3 iear four month Bold by all newsdealers YorkBranch 1 III 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 If R11 ROGERS fr SONS rI Slofcc Wrnick Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined- A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to show you possibilities us about it THE 1 EquiLab1eLiFe t OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R WilsonJSPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY iitj t s lifill j P LY tJ OJOOOLOO CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of- H LION COFFEEl In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums Hthow J Would t You I I like aCheck tike This We Have Awarded 2000000Cash f Presidential Vote Contest Five Lion cut from Lion- Packages and a accent stamp entitle you in addition to m fthe regular free premiums to mj ronevote The stamp cov Lersour acknowledgment to you m a that your estimate is recorded V You can send as esti imates as desired 11Grand First Prize of 500000 will be awarded to the one who is nearest on both our Worlds Fair and Presi- dentialtI Vote Contests We also offer f500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks In each case of Lion Coffee November How Would Your Name Look One These Checks rEverybody uses use COFFEE long to acquainted be suited there value the money take no thats why we And Thenrou we are our advertising money that both of benefit Lion Itead- aWE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars Package ii LION COFFEEWOOLSON CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO ARRESTED Tn our last issUe We made mer tion of burglars at work on the South Side As an afterclap Nev a col boy the name of John Hawkins on Wednesday afternoon and lodged him in It developed that Hawkins had broken into Judge E C ORears residence and had tt lot of clothing as well as he had taken from Mr Roberts He was found with some of the clothing on He will take up his t residence at Llllard DOMESTIC TROUBLES It is exceptional to find a family there are no domestic rup I t tures occasionally but these can be lessened by Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save their work in Stomach and Liver not only t you but cure at all drug BADLY WRENCHED HIP C IC Wallace called the residence of Mr Thos near the Forks of on Thursday to see a patient lightintohe fell over the stone stiles and wrenched hip and sprained his wrist is compelled to go on crutcies but is thankful that leg was not A VERY CLOSE 11 stuck to my engine although every joint and every nerve was with pain II C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down I was about to givo up I Jot a brittle of Electric lilt tars and taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people gain now life strength andIfrom their use Try Satisfaction guaranteed by druggists t Price 50 cents to Lion users in our Great Fair Contest people get checks 2139 more will get them in the I I Heads Coffee 2cent many correct Particulars What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can k combined at the election 8 1904 1 In 1900 13959653 people voted President For nearest correct esti- matesa received in Woolson Com J7 panys office Toledo 0 on or before November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the nest nearest etc etc as 1 First Prize S2600OO 1 Second Prize 2 Prizes each 6 Prizes 20000It10 Prizes 10000It20 Prizes 6000II60 Prizes 2000II260 Prizes 1000It1800 Prizes 600It 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 20000X16 on coffee If you will get With it you will and is no other such for will otherand advehise using so usyou wewill get a Hence for your in Every of SPICE CO OHIO being Officer White arrested ored by jail stolen that where having by great troubles They relieve gists Dr was toI Elkhorn night badly his right right Ho his broken CALL ached racked writes after always vigor all Coffee Worlds didates election for Spice follows 100000S5OOOO 100000 100000 100000 100000 100000 260000 900000 of LION enough place Castle Hinde IWHOPPERS lives on Mrs L A Thomas farm near Choatoville this county brought- to our office on Tuesday a sample of gooseberries that ho has raised this season Mr Tharp has for gotten the name of this new variety but he obtained them from a nurseryman near Lexington These berries were as large as pigeon eggs and were seveneighths of an inch by seveneighths average of the lot the smallest being but very little under that and some were an inch by an inch He says these berries are not as acid as the older varieties and make delightful tarts and preserves They certainly are the largest berries of that character it has ever been our fortune to see- VALUABLE GIFT By his will which was probated on Saturday in the Fayetto County Court Judge J Soule Smith left his Masonic books and his writings upon Masonic subjects to Mr Frank H Johnson of this city CRITICALLY ILL In a telegram from Owenton it is stated that Judge Jas E Can trill hipsdownthat place not being able to stand the trip back to his home in George town It looks like there was but little hope of his recovery A SACRIFICE IN THE ESTATE OF WM C WHITNEY The deed transferring the resi duce of the lato William C Whit ney at 871 Fifth Avenue to James Henry Smith woro recorded yes torday In the Registers Ofllco Tile consideration as stated in the deed from Harry Pay no Whitney as executor to Mr Smith was 100000 The interior decorations and furnishing of the house are said to have represented an outlay of 3000000N Y Tines May 24 1004 JACKSONVILLE IHealth good not many on sick listCrops good and promising corn and oats extra tobacco medium pardons fine other crops in propor tion Among the visitors are the follow ingMr Wm Hughes and wife of Kansas are the guests of his sister Mrs Sarah Moore Mr Hughes visited this community thirtyfive years ago and while here made many lasting friends who still ap preciate his friendship and acquaintance They were glad to meet him Sarah Moore entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday who gathered at her home to enjoy the presence and company of her brother Mr Wm Hughes and wife of Kansas who are her guests Quite a pleasant time was passed by them Mr J P Moore and wife will possiblyA series of meetings are in prog ress at this place conducted by Rev Ison the pastor and other help of the M E Church Mr T J Terhune has purchased a farm and will locate in our com munityHurrah for the Roundabout CLOSE OBSERVER BIG IMPROVEMENT The property owners along the whole of tho square between tulle and Shelby streets on Third on the South Side of the square are having granitoid walks put down a big improvement and has long boon needed as the sidewalk was very inferior heretofore- A 0U W Members of Elkhorn Lodge No 04 are earnestly requested to assemble at their lodge room on Monday July 4th 1004 at 9 oclock a m tat tho purpose of taking paradeFRANK tNSON PHILLIP ARNOLD JAMES TAYLOR Committee FIREWORKS EXPLODE While unloading nbox of lap anese torpedoes at tho J l N de pot yesterday morning a young man by tho namo of Walter Wright explodedbruisingWright was carried to his home soil surgical attention rendered Wo are glad to say ho was not seriously injured KENTUCKY GETS FULL SHARE OF HONORS At the National Educational As sociation at St Louis Mo this week Supt E H Mark of Louisville was elected one of the Vice Presidents Supt S L Froggo of Columbia Ky was reelected State Director for Kentucky- We arc glad to see that Old Kentucky shows up so well and es that Prof Frogge was reelected Ho has discharged his duties well HAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Frankfort Resi dents Enthusiastic No wonder scores of Frankfort citizens grow enthusiastic It is enough to make anyone happy to find relief after years of suffering Public statements like the follow representationsFrankfort by Deans Kidney Pills Wingate Thomson police officer of 20 Murray street says Ordinary backache is sufficient to torment the average mortal but whon there is added to it trouble with the kidney secretions which embarrasses you luring the lily and breaks your sleep at night it is no wonder tho sufferer is miserable and welcomes tho means ho- employes to get relief It is hard enough for anyone to endure such suffering and misery but for one doublyI1I1rdabout Doans Kidney Pills that I found a remedy that would do just proImy wayThere TheydoFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other- CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest lord the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 76c A tall drug gists yr New Fast Train T- OColorado II UTAH IITHE PACIFIC COAST 111nlt8 Sunday May The new trains a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m dully Double daily service- ThrouRh sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No loa Memphis 8 N O Ltd No Leaves 040 in Arrives a in New Orleans Special No Loii cn 1201 p in Arrives fi3a Nj Local Mail Nol2es 720 a in Arrived 455 n m Fur Fulton Pnducnli and intermediate olnts Connection to and from Ellzalxtth tovnHodcnvilloand Hopkiiwville except no Sunday Hurvico to vn and ville Stops at all stations Iso Accommodation No Leaves IM p m Arrives a m For Central City Connecting service to IfudKCiiviUu and except on Sundays Stop at till stations l A Trains Run Dally ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA vTa Illinois Central R R to New Orlenns and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago timid Cincinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000s a m leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application 6 OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROMT NEW ORLEANS fromNewCentral and South America west11Indies and Europe concisely set Iforth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO a AND CALIFORNIA KforuiaNew Orleans under the of Raymond Whitcomb will leavegChicago Friday February 12 Mexico and California via New fOItleans including a stopover for Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri fl day March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans Entire trips made in special y private vestibule trains of finest J Pullmans with dining car service ii Fascinating trips complete 1m 1rIllinoisCtCarsSan Francisco as follows Via New H Orleans and tho Southern Router f 1Vint 4iINEW ORLEANStA delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti 4Vi bule trains with through sleeping oars bullotlibrarysmoking car WdmlnAbook on Now Orleans- GULFPORT J MISS t The Groat Southern Hotel atr II Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or- en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and tf cold running water and telephone in every room Reached via Mom phis and the Illinois Centrals fastt t trains carr 1sll1JloHOT SPRINGS ARK W Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser J r vice via Send for book 11healthFULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above cart tfIitralof the undersl ned of MfFLouisville iiA J MoDOUGALL D P A New Orleans A H HANSON G yChicagoJNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis tt ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Ht i againsttheCrockett are hereby notified to pre r sent the same to me properly proven on or before July 20th 1904 lj for settlement All persons knowjing themselves indebted to the es i tate of said decedent will please come Juno 1GHt3 Are caused by indigestion If lii you oat a little too much or if you indigestionand puffs up against the heart itt1thoheart disease is the final resultIKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what thJhoartsour stomach and contributes nour ishment strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by all druggists THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris tovary hour from 8 a in to 7 p m and at 0 and p m Leave Paris 1 every hole from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single faro 40 coats Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 m 420Ur 1 r F itD JOHSONS JULY CLEARANCE SALE SIksc6- 0c Silks now 45 t 75c Silks now 55 S5c Silks now G5- X100 Silks now 75 125 Silks now 150 Silks now 125 Millinery Half Price Big reduction in every Dep aJRELIGIONS 4MFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Admns tho pastor will preach at a in and 8 p in Morning subjeotU JRostrlotod Communion Not Hostile to Chris Fraternityh Josus Our t Living Personal Friend Sundayschool at 045 n in in L1 J tho chapel Homo Department and Bible i J Olnss TnuRbfc by Mr S E Hut- tonf superintendent Adults and ia tstrnngors invited to join q4Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 p in in tho chapel PresidentfWodnesdnyrchapel JNorranl Class will meet at 815 Qroi J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody in the- toity cordially invited to attend t ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUBCH Eov A B Chinn rcc tor Sunday 8 1904 030 a rn Sundayschool 11 a m Holy Communion Ser unon by tho rector 730 p In Evening Prayer and addressI739 Divine Services in the chapel Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Topic for discussion The Apostle EphesianIEldersAll are invited to take part in ittiese meetings I CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev I George Darsie the pastor will jpreaoh at 11 a in No evening service- Sundayschool at 980 a m In the Endeavor Society has until October 2d tOhapelI on Wednesday at 746 oclock Purity of Life Junior Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer tEverybody cordially invitedI SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHUROHRev Wm Crowe the 4 pastor will preach at 11 a m anif Sundayschool at 980 a Young at 680 p mIf Prayormeetlng Wednesday night At 780 p Everybody invited to attend CHURCHRevfLow Mass 730 a m Low Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHRov J McClusky Blayney D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of t tian Endeavor 045 p m All tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night 1 The attend public cordially invited to METHODIST CHURCH R o v C J Nugent the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 746 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed NASJUST NEEDED t Gen D W Lindsey has had a s handsome iron fence put up along the front of his lot on Bridge street and a wide granitoid walk also This is a very great addition to the appearance of things on that street Embroideriesbig in prices Queen and- Crescent Route m Shortest RouteI AND Quickst Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for and Printed Matter RKSIWILL MAKE THE BURGOO Mr David Kirkpatrick now man aging restaurant has been awarded the contract to make the burgoo to be used on Monday next July 4 Dave is an experi enced hand at the business and can make as good burgoo as Gus Jaubert or any man OUR- PHOSPHATES WILL PLEASE YOU The phosphates served at our fountain are pre pared from the best fruit syrups pure and freshly carbonated water and pure Scrupulousliness mark every step of the making and serving CLARET PHOSPHATE is especially fine Has the rich natural flavor of fresh ripe grapes Thoroughly satisfies thirst gratifies taste is cooling refreshing and healthful Plooses both young and old and is praised by sill who try it- Nio GaYin Drna Store 814 Main St Ladies Hose lOc Hose now 0S loc Hose now 12 20c Hose now l6 25c Hose now 19- 35c Hose now 25 50cHose now S9 ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA IITI5M LIVER AND KIDNEY BY USING jDISEASE DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrRev Dawson Rev J J Shingler anMaynard AveRevWe could fill a large newspaper with DennsSuretry a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you lielpitGAYLES DrugI FOR RERPESENTATIVE IWe are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo party 8te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec 19tf 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 primary 62to- CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the olfloo of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party28te YouCanPin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because it wont you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill grocers sell it Made only by the j E m miiiino CD J Lawns 20c ISc 15c Lawns now lOc Itc and lOc Lawns now Tie I8c 12ic Gingham now lOc lOc Gingham now 7i- 72c Gingham now Gc WILLIAM YEOMAN w MCIIEE 1 The Yeoman Carriap Co I Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favorably Known to the People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation than herd service Hard service honest workmanship und honest prices have sold more carriages for than nil the printed we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail underdour tho late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 wo shall fully maintain in the sev oral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our frieuds should they favor possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usnal splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry AwayM- ore 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 Ii LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I Leave MbI No4I Daily Ex Sun IAMI Ex loc c at July Clas Chris Rates other cratic fail All A us praise is so us A Stations I1Mb Ex Ex Ix A r 0I225 745 0 Lexington 1010 005 520H56106 023 Stanton 4t 828 485 954 5i Natural Bridge Wl 487 845t1015 1100I IJucksou si 63 231 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY SmldI SU1dI StationsNo 38I No DailyEx Dally 1ArM 6i 1Mb = A M Lye lp M Lye A M Ar1P IArl 980 II Jacksono 1120 o 921 0 K Junction 116WilhurHt 1152 152 Hampton 4a0 115s la 10I 803I l28 Leo City 610 1J 19 12J He h w8 518 128105 Cannel City 545 1245 Nos and will make close connection at O a K Junction with Nos 8 and J for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway- M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager o P A ti t REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS i The following Ill the assignments r of intovnnl revenue storekeepers Btorokuepoigaugers and gangers in this division of tho 7th District as made by Collector Roberts for I tho month of July- STOREKEEPERS Geo T Scoaroo to Ky River Distillery No P N Wobstor to Ky River Dis tillery No 2 additional J R Spiers to Ky River Distill lery No 2 additional J E Hanrahan to Y A Gaincs Co No 4 A W Naxor to W A Gaines Co No 4 additional G1 Mountjoy to W A Gainos additionalif Gainos Co No 4 additional W T Crosthwait to S J Groon baum No9 P P Parrish to S J Greonbaum No9 additional Geo P MoCnnn to S J Green baum No 9 bottling R H Davenport to S J Green baum No 9 additional tt Win M Saffoll to S C Herbst No 11 J M Withrow to S C Herbst r No 11 bottling S D Pinkerton to E M Babbitt No 82 t J L Cox to Geo Baker No 38 W P Bacon to George Baker No 83 additional E B Davis to George Baker No 83 additional A V Combs to George Baker No 33 night- C N Vinrd to John Cochran Co No 87 W H Snood to John Cochran Co No 87 additional and bottling Eugene Craig to Lnbrot Gin ham No 52 R H Whittington to Labrofc Graham No 52 additional and t Bottling TH Murray to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 1 T Smoot to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 85 additional T J Craig to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 additional J R Dagley to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 bottling A B Piper to J J 11 Sallell No 91 i IirP Wost to J J M Sulloll No 91 bottling 1HiSn Sinclair toiV AGaines Co No lOG John Jewett to YA Gaines i Co No lOG additional J iG Barnott to WiAi Gainers CorNo loci additional f Henry Nowson to W A Gaines Co No additional J D Shy to W A Gaines Go No 105 bottling W D landing to Goo T Stagg Co No 118 B S Drake to Geo T Stage Co No 118 additional Stangf4STOREKEEP1RGAUGERSF pO Btiokner McElroy to J N Blake r morn No 00 S P Willis to Mulling Criglor No IOu GAUGERS iHT Gaines to Ky River Distillery No2 John Cochran Co Nq87 J P Williams rectifier- F D Clark toWA Gaines Co No 4 W A Gaines Co No 100 G G ONeill to S J Groon baum No9 E M Babbitt No 32 John Stephanski to S C Herbst No 11 George Baker No 33 J StaggYCo No 118 T L McConnell to Labrot Urn i ham No 2j E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 ii I C1AliTORIA IB the 11 of n GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont nil come from Kentucky Their main source is tho liverand all tho fine spirits ever made in the Bluo Grass State could not remedy bad livor or the productsand a had liver at till same time Your liver must bo in fine condi tion if you would foal buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eIlight of step vigorous and success fill in your pursuits You can put your liver in line condition by using Greens August Flowertho greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure forIdyspepsia or indigestion It leon a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply ofugood spirits Trial size 2f e regular bottles ii At all druggists lyr Dr Wearers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases 20 TO ST PAUL AND RETURN VIA MONON ROUTE The Monon Route will sell tickets train Louisville to St Paul and Minneapolis and return July 17th 18th 19th and 20th at 20 account Convention of Ladies Catholic Ben evolent Association These rates are open to tho public and tickets will be good returning until August 5th which may bo extended to Au jointAnentby E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky td SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLouisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 211901 Louisville Division No No No a in pm p in Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lnwrimccburg 055 085 Versaill 1011 042 05i- 104iLoxinuton 710 1020 Burcin 1055 75Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No6 n p in n Tv Burgin 7110 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 441 780 Versailles 623 li12 iM Lnwruitcclmrc 645 540 820 cholhyrilto 0 nu0 010 An trains run Bolid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and 0 Through Obser ration chair cr between Louisville Harrods burg end BuiKin Train leaving Louisville 745 n in for the JhrougbItlpinlKnoxville rl1 Morristown Tunn Tratnlcating Louisrillo p in and arriving Louisville n in Through cars between Louisville and Birmingham vin Lox ington und Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansvillo and St Louis St Louis No2 mAr1ttinthigburg100 pm l45n m St Louii 080 pm 782 a in No No1 mArmVNu No rrdrEvansville 1025 p in 180 pm No9 No12 IinArAr Louisville 1159 a m 545 p 11 botweenLimLouis111eTrains Nos and Through firstclass Coaches between Evansville and Louis vine LoutcarryNight trains between Louisville nndSt Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet appstoH H Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA B P O Er lSIGrand Lodge 182H 1004 occasiontimeway will sell only round trip tick fothetAugustticketsS IMPROVED TfcAlN SERVICE Ollered bv tho Henderson Route Botwoon Louisville nod St Louis Coiinnunciii Sun lay June nth Kentuckys popular line the Hui durson Route will inaugurate a sife and Fast Day servue botween Lou isville and St Louis in each direc tion anrtwill improve tin time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Throe laity trains will bo operated in ouch direction on tho following soft schedules between Louisville and St Louis IlJl1l0 Louisville 880 a in 900 p and 700 a in Arrive St Louis filfl p in 720 a in and 5lfi p The equipment Is brand now just from the shops of tho most mod ern vestibule pattern and is as flue as on nay train operating in or out of Kentucky The 880 a in train through without change of ears will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back sent passenger coaches The 900 p in train through without of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a in train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger conches Tho Dining Cars on day trains will servo meals a In carte you pay only for what you cot All trains will leave from and arrive In the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route Ho will have them in stock and will be glad to wayYou in re spect with the aClommodntiolinnd sate train service that is ottered bY- this line which has boon t1ll1etl- th Ollicial Route fur Kontuckians franKfort f iiIciHll1 BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1004 IFF A No82 EYCIStri OIHIiF Lv D Frankfort Ar 2001Ii Summit IiiBlkhorn 708 SwiUur 0 Stamping round 643 191722j Dnvall 011 Johnson GeorpotoAn 0 W 251 OS Depot 2i Now town 8 Oi Centurville 5 8 8 IT 5 55 3201827 JPnrisTunctn J 6 3 80 Ar Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q U KentuckyCentralConnects nt FrankfortUnion Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT 8 CINCINNATI VIA OEOllUlJTOW P AM A MPM 00I 0 Lr Frankfort liro Georgetown Al110 otOUr CJiiwlnnnti BETWEEN FRANKirOKT CINCINNATI VIA PAitis P IPM 2 00 4v Frankfoh Ar 720 251 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 bm Lv Paris Ar 5Xi 600 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 50A L Frankfort aSA i47P 17 45A A Georgetown Aill UA325P 855P A Paris 6 TIP 42A A Winchester L 09A 245P 15nP 7 20P SIP A Richmond L 20A 55P A Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pres and Gonl Supt G P A SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH Irrhc family of Mrs M L Babbitt inglandtaking her life In this terrible fprCoustlnptioujoy The first bottle brought im mediate relief and its continued iffeo completely cured her Its the most certain cure iu the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50o and 00rlr1nl bottles free at nil druggists va OLD TAYLORI THE PREMIER i tt KENTUCKY WHS S K EfIrr ac L It w9t t rl tIt JI t i F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1 1Pleasantf i1fj f f TnJoblerk IjI Laxative t 1 Syrupe rJ i ffNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION t Ask Your Doctor S And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areath-ebest medicines for Constipation as they bring about a J normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts 1 are irritating to the intestines ltableabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as t t Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness rBloated Feeling etc 3 Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND oOc PER BOTTLE r 75000In Cash Prizes will be given away to per t sons guessing nearest the total aggregate paidf attendance at the Worlds Fair St Louis Mo Jl ir DO YOU KNOWtTHEj t JJ You can secure ONE GUESS and WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times I a year for 50 cents Send 50 cents to this Paper DO IT NOW kIO rz p l rJpTON q u itiFRANKFO r T FU1B tl 01 AND THE LOUISVILLE WE it LY HERALD it Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its superior J telegraph service embracing the entireFyworldcorrespondents in the Far the armies and navies of Russia and Japanrti BOTH Oll YEAR 1 Send orders to GHQ A LEWIS Publisher 111 The Frankfort KoufKijbojt Frankfort Kyc BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION OF AMERICA TXPKK NATIONAL COTsVKNTI O N DETROIT MICHIGAN JULY 710 1104 For tho above occasion flit Kraiih fort Cincinnati Railway will make a special rato of ono faro plus cn edits for time round trip Tick ets sold July 5th0thaml7th Final limit July Extension ilettas granted on deposited tickets S E HUTTON G F P A ri 10 aS I r rL f Bears Bighattiro rof t J YpylUvmwjys NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION ST LOUIS MO JULY fith 1104 For tho above occasion tho I Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will soil tickets at ono faro plus 50 cents for the round trip Dates of i sale 2d to 5th inclusive Finalflimit leaving St Louis July y SE HUTTON G P A HOUSE MOVER W S Carter olfcrs his services as a housomover or raiser to the citizens of Frankfort Apply iat No 10 Hickory street Loxington Ky 40lin it