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IifIIOi TJIIr 1t mrl iVr t t T THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I OBO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance- VOLT XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 9 1904 NO 44 vI MN NI1LAH1IrAfter a period of about six months of the most successful selling of Merchandise in our history we are left with thousands of yards of short lengths soiled ends or remnants of goods which we want to close out at Once and in order to do so we have put such generalClearancevery shortly There are so many good values that we are offering during this sale that we can not mention all here You should come and see for yourself and bring your friends with you to the great bargain feast we have prepared for you Remember that we only advertise what we are able to do We could not purchasesjDOMESTIUSIr This roputation cheaper than any one else are offering some extra WoI values to purchasers during July Clearance Sale Wo name a few here HopI Bleached Cotton best soft finished Cotton on tho 73ciworth 1e per yard only 5o Rest Alabama Skirting Cotton tho kind that wont fade per yard only Vu Good Quality Apron Gingham Uluo and brown chock por yard 69 HOSIERY mifL R HS1 II i Ibopair B- oLadies fine black Hose seam loss worth 15c per pair only 12 Ladies Gauze Lisle Hose good block worth 25o per pair only 19o hllIdrwU IN TINS SALE THERE WILL BE REMNANTS OF ALL KINDS SUCH AS Silks DressGoods Ginghams Percales Lawns Shirtings Cotton Calicoes Embroideries Laces EtcI7 SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK ONLY Good quality Unbleached Cot ton worth Po per yard only oo Host SJuO Cotton per yard only 3u Extra good quality Blenched Cambric per yard only Jo Fine quality English Nain sook 10 yards to bolt worth 20c per yard only l Hest 25o quality white India Linen per yard only IOc Mercerized Black Underskirts made of good quality Satino regular price 100 to 125 each only HUe 27 inches wide white Shirt Waist Silk regular price 50c per yard only 85o WASH GOODS This store leads with tho largest and most complete stock of the choicest things tit Wash Fab rios our prices are always exceedingly low and you cannot afford to miss tho opportunity to purchase some of thorn at tho July Clearance Sale prices LAWNS All IOu amid12ce Lawns go for p 01 yard only 711o Iia 1Y4 r iIl I11Alnm SCO R tD O y II 1YYLtllJOYWNY111 IrMi10IL41MLLaiYY Ii- OXFOTRDS V e llavo received the full spring line of these sole brated XFOHDS We have them i n Put e n f Leather 111O new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Sellober Cos shoes are the finest mader HIK McCLURE SON t 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY 1 rrtf M l1llllr in 1itil ir t All loo and 20o Lawns go for per yard only lOc 2oc Lawns go for per yard only 15- oMercorio Madras Cloth in pretty shades and figures worth 20o old 25c sale price por yard only 15- cSuiting for Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits tho kind that soil only15cWOOL DRESS GOODS 3S inches wide Voile in black and cream regular price SOc smile Idol per yard only 85o- 50 inches wido black Sicilian woHhQInches wide Tamiso Cloth tt shades regular prioo sale price per yard only Itinches wido Voiln ill protty shades regular soiling 100 sale price por yard i0o 45 inches wide black stud Navy blue Voile real nice qtmlity worth 100 sale price per yard I only Suitingtho i cIprice per yard SILKS only 75c Wo have some very attractive values to offer in black Tatfota Silk Wo have not space to nrtn tion inoro than one of tho Silk bargains 80 inches wide black Silk guaranteed to wear laffltaIin each yard extra 125 sale price per yard only CORSETS We have a lot of Odds anti Ends In good reliable brands of Corsets we want to close out as the assortment of sizes are broken Corsets regular price 50c go for 29c Corsets that sold at 100 go for SOc PARASOLS- All new styles go in this sale at K to regular prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Wo ttrl In stock the host brands UrllHIllWlml made in a sanitary factory and what you buy hero will prove to your sat- Isfaction Cirsot Covers well made neatly trimmed worth 25o each only 15- oCorsot Covers made of nice material worth 55u each only We Gowns made of rend muslin trimmed with Kmlb Edge worth SOc salt price each only lire Jllnlitjings and tucks regular price ltt sale price each only 79c Drawers well made of good muslin with tucked audio regu lar price 25c salo price each only lUo ltt vrranrtr LACE CURTAINS- We aro making sonic low print yardslongsale price only oDe Our 125 Curtains go for 9Sc Our 150 Curtains go for 115 Qur 225 Curtains go for 169- CHILDRENS DRESSES Dont use your valuable time when you can buy thorn already made at much less than yen can make tlom Our 50c Dresses go for HUe Our Toe Dresses go for 59e Our 1CO Drosses go for loc READYMADE WRAPPERS AND DRESSING SACQUES We aro making very close prices on them during this sale OUR READYTOWEAR DE PARTMENT Wo wish to state that all Merchandise iu this department are fresh goods but as wj are hav ing our July Clearance Sale in other departments this one must bo included too so wo have prepared for you also a Feast of Bargains Come and prove our statements TAILOR MARL SUITS We still kayo a fow on hand and wo have cut tho pries far below the cost of making them You can aiford to buy layaway for future use at these prices 2510 Suits now 1193 HOOO Suits now 1495 3500 Suits now li75 REAl YTOWEA R SKIRTS IOnr RortdytoWenr Skirts have giving universal satisfac plainihoyverytnportantnro so vtry reasonable Our 5OO Skirts we otTer in this salt for S Our H50 iiJafor Our k 1000 Skirts go in this tlI Sale for 750 WASH SHIRT WAIST SUITS i Wu tt liPVO that wo havo tin best selection of Shirt Waist Suits OVHI shown in FrankfortWo will sacrifice what wo havo + in stock at those limitus 250 Suits ll1JH50 Suits III 400 Suits for 2UH t500 Suits for 5150 goodthille- arlyoiTHIS BIG SALE BEGINS Saturday Morning JULY 9tiO1KAOINBRONo h Ir tLaii 7 1 f PER3ONALDr in tho city Thursday- Dr J W Hill loft Wednesday for St Louis Mo Mr Henry Craik left Wednesday for St Louis Mo Major Caboll B Bullock spent Sunday and Monday in Lexington Mr Wilmot H Kidd made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati yestoiday Mr Kennor Taylor left Tuesday for St Louis Mo Mrs Jas H Hazolrigg has gone to Martinsville Ind Dr L T Minish of Harvieland has gone to St Louis Mr J Willard Mitchell of Nich x olasville was hero on Tuesday Mr Ben Newhouse of Chicago Ills is visiting relatives here Mr Chas N Wiard went to Lox ington Saturday night Dr O B Domaree has gone to St Louis Mo rT Mr Chas S Strausner spent the Fourth with his parents in Canton Ohio Mrs Pauline Helm Van Meter of Fayetto county was hero this week Mr Garrard Rodman of Chicago Ills was the guest of his mothti Mrs Guy Barrott this week Mr F Marion Williams who has been in Iouisvillo and St Louis returned home Wednesday night Roy A 0 Hen slev of Versailles who was the guest of his mother lucre loft for home Saturday t Miss Bernice Scottow of Louis clue came home to spend July 4th with her parents Mrs Nollio Harper of Midway was the guest of lieu father Mr Thos Rod n on Saturday Miss Helen ORoar returned Sat J urday night from a visit to her old homo in Mt Sterling Mr Dolano B Wall utt of Louis villo who has been hone several lays returned home Saturday Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Clin tie Cunningham have returned from a trip to the Worlds Fair Miss Nancy Burnett and Miss Gertrude Darnell are guests of Mrs tell Minor on Cedar Run Miss Emma C Roemole of Louisville was tho truest of Dr E Carl Rocmele and wife this week Miss Katie Sullivan and Miss Eula George have robe on a trip to St Louis and Texas Mr Walter Entwistlo of Cincin nati was tho guest of his sister Mrs O N Smith this week Miss Lena Scott of this office wont to Lexington Saturday to visit friendsMr W Rodman left Wednes dn for New York City en route to Europe for a six weeks tour Miss Margaret Reading visited friends near Pisgah Woodford t county this week Ills Bottio Wilcox of Midway is the truest of Mrs R L Grin stead West Side Mr W S Hancock wife and son Elmer wore guests of Mrs J V Crane this week Mr H M Lukins of Flemings burg was the guest of Judge C E Bone this week t Mrs h L Oberwarth and Miss s BJargarot Hawkins were visitors in Xoulsvile this week t Shelbyvillerie Choutti South Side on Miss Bessie Staten of Shelby county visited relatives here this week Mr Owen M Furl attended the letter Carriers Convention a Louisville this week Mrs Dr F C Tlinm of Louis ville was the guest of Miss Nona Goodwin Third Ave on Monday i Mrs L B Longmoor and Mrs W W Longmoor returned from Cynthiana on Saturday Mr Jas R Shaw and wife who- have Leon visiting their son at Ta coina Wash have returned home Mr Win Bowers and wife of Louisville were guests of Mi Geo 1H Stehlin and wife on Sunday Miss Bessie Goodwin is visiting leer brother Mr Walter G Good win in St Louis Mo Mrs Geo W Chinn returned Sat urday night from a trip to St ruOui Mo daughterIson have returned from a visit to relatives at Falmouth Mrs Bourne Sanders Owsloy has gone to Middlesboro to spend tho summerMiss Howell and Mr Wm Addams of Cincinnati were guests of Mrs TJB Longmoor this week Maj W E Bradley wife and rsou left Saturday for Canada to be gone several months Mr John M Bull wife slid son left Saturday for the Highlands to toe gone some timer 1 if i f q i IiL Uki fR O L Inltlt r Mr Sam Matt hows of Charleston W Va visited in this city this week Dr Holliugor of New Al bany lad was in tho city Wednes lay Miss Stella Buckley of Louisville was the guest of Mrs 11Brislan this week LakeLlandMr Ed M Dryden and Edna Brlduos returned Tuesday night from Dayton O Miss Dorris Strausnor of Canton Ohio is visiting her brother Mr Chas S Strausner on Main street South Side Mr John G Rogers has his now house on Taylor Avenue nearly completed and will move in next Bailey Grinstoad of Louisville was the guest of Miss Ann Church several days this week returning homo on Thursday Miss Mary Wassorboehr of Ver sailles was the guest of Mrs Fannie G Thompson Ewing street this week andigrnndchild Jno H Triplett and wire Mr Thos Rodman of Chicago Ills was the guest of his father inlaw Col J N Crutcher thisI weak Mr Ed M Dryden and Miss Edna Bridges left Saturday for Dayton 0 to visit Mrs Ross A MoCallnmMr Lewis of this office spent Sunday and Monday with his son Mr Will A Lewis in Harri man Tonn Mrs Elonora Marshall has gone to the country to spend several months with her daughter Mrs W W BryanMr H Richardson of Louis ville spent the Fourth with his parents Mr and Mrs N F Rich ardson of this county Dr Chas Bliss of Now Jersey ami Dr1 H lodges of Shelb yule were guests of Mrs John C Hawkins this week apt McH Richardson of Moado county was the guest of Mr Tason M Case and wife Sunday and Mon dayMr W H Stanley of Nashville Penn was a visitor at his old hone here this week and came to seo us Ho is holding his own finely Miss Ressio Crowe and Miss Mamio Crowe of Richmond are guests of their brother Rev Win Crowe this week Messrs Ben T Farmer and A Logan McKee of Cincinnati spent Sunday and Monday in this city with relatives Mr Austin J Lynch and wife who have been visiting friends in Lexington returned home Tuesday morningMiss B Hodges of Louisville spent Sunday and Monday in this city the guest of her sister Mrs J N Crutcher Miss Priscilla Handy Miss Hattie Handy and Miss Mary T Addams of Cynthiana were guests of Mrs Lola B Longmoor this week Miss Nellie Murphy of the Roundabout Bindery went to i ex ington Saturday night to visit rein tivesMrs E P Bryan of Bound Brook N J who has heon the guest of relatives here loft for homo on Monday Misses Mary Mady and Lola Crosslleld and Mr Hubert Cross field of Lawrencoburg were guests of Misses Jeffers this week Mrs Jas T Buford who has been visiting relatives at her old homo in Maysville has returned home Mrs John H Stuart and daugh ter who have been visiting friends in Now York City have returned homeMr Oscar Farmer of Louisville who has been the guest of his cousin Mr W S Farther returned home Tuesday night Mr Allen Bond of Louisville who has been the guest of Mr Cecil Farmer returned homo Tuesday eveningMr Scott of El Paso Texas who has been visiting his parents Col Jas A Scott and wife has returned homo Mr Prentiss ORear of Cincin nati was tho guest of his parents Judge E C ORear and wife this weekMiss Maudo Walker of Dallas Texas granddaughter of Gen J P Nuckols was the guest of Miss Spicie Belle South Lt Gov W P Thome came here Tuesday to act as Governor during the absence of tho Governor at St Louis and Providence R I Mrs Geo W Long and daughter Miss Vera of Leitchlleld were guests of Mrs L B Longmoor this woek Mr James and Miss Julia Alexander of Harrodsburg Ky and Miss Dott Harris of Versailles Ky are visiting Miss Maria Du Puy this week Miss Frances Crane has had asher guests this week Misses Hen rietta Crumbaugh of Frankfort and Lucille Hawkins of Lexing ton k tiiR b 0 y y JOW Tni Jno IIIJI II elBRJ hAD I I BJn9 flDD INJI S m I i FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER 1 f iJ Mr Hugh R Ayres and family of Louisville camo up and went out to Mr WednesdnrI near Switzer where the for the next two weeks Capt r N Johnson of Pleasure vlllo was in the city Wednesday CnjtTtunnelled out of Libby Prison Mrs Chas S Strausnor and daughter little Miss Josephine who have boon visiting relatives in Carton Ohio for several weeks returned homo Monday Mrs McH Richardson and son Orla Case Richardson of Meade parentsT1Madison Avenue Miss Nellie Follmor is spending this week at Jacob Park near Louisville the guest of Mrs Homer M Stucky and Miss Jennie Bono dietMr William C Woods of St Louis Mo Misses Bottio Piaster and Pansey tiller and Mr Thos Tholrman of Louisville Slit tho Fourth in this city Mrs Sadie C Meek Miss Helen Meek and Miss Mary Cloudas Meek of Sew Albany Ind wore guests of Mrs B F Meek and Mrs Nellie Church this week Mrs Lotitia Roberts of Louis ville and Mrs James Elder of Lexington who have been guests of Mrs G D Fendley have re turned home Mr Will Pattie our sweet singer who has been spending his vacation with his aunts Misses Lucy and Lou Pattie has gone to Burnside to visit his sister Mrs Stoddard Glanton Rev M B Adams left Monday for Clay county to meet with other members of a committee of tho Baptist General Association to con for about consolidating two moun tain schools Misses Maggie Sheehan Ratio Dalton and Mary Dalton of Louis ville spent Sunday and Monday in this city Miss Mary Dalton stayed for an extended visit to Miss Hannah Kennedy Gen Dan W Lindsey Mr John- S Cannon Mr D W Lindsoy Jr Mayor C Willis of Shclbyville Judge F R Feland of Lawrence burg and Mr Rico Rossen loft Thursday on their yacht for an outing up the river Mr Robt Stubbs of New Orleans La was tho guest of his cousins Messrs A G and B B Jelfors aid Misses Jolfors this week Ho is a member of the city detective force of the Crescent City Mr lunch Mrs O D Martin of Versailles Mrs S J Jeter of Carrollton find Mr Luther JJeter of Louisville who have boon the guests of Mrs J V Crane havo returned home Miss Clara Arnold niece of Councilman Eggleston a talented and handsome young musician of Bagdad visited in this city several days this week and while hero ren dered some excellent piano music on Tuesday night at the residence of Mr and Mrs Clarence String fellow on Madison Square The music she gave was of a high char actor and greatly enjoyed by fiose present CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsis a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can tnklnJGermunlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer cline you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr t IJD 411j SO DECEPTIVE Inn Frankfort People Fail to Realize tho Seriousness Backache is so deceptive It comes and gOlHIkeeps you guessing Learn the causethen cure it Nine times out of ton it comes from the Jddn fIThats why Doans Kidney Pills cure Cures every kidney ill from back ache to haIJPtooIHeres a Frankfort case to it provoI Mrs Lou Johnson 825 Todd street says Oil for a good many years l1alIsuffered witr a heavy dull pain over tho kidneys and the small of my back the pain running up my hack becoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of tho kidneys which procured an irregular scald lug and excessive condition T was treated by doctors and it scorned as though medicine slid not act on me 1 condition became so serious timt T realized the necessity souse immediate relief About time a neighbor spoke so highly ofI Roans Kidney Pills that I not believe but that tlH had souse merit My laughter procured a box for mo at J W Gayles drug store and after giving the remedy a good fair trial I can now conscientiously give my good recom mendation and endorsement of what I consider a grand kidney remedy Dorms Kidney Pills certainly carry out time claims made for them For sale In all dealers Price cents FosterMilburn Co BulTalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Roans and take no other Years of suffering relieved in a night Itching piles yield at once to the curative properties of Deans Ointment Novel fails At any drug store 50 cents TO DIn Point Cool oil AND T- HESeashore r I R u q TllrsaU Jihli 14111904 1200 FR- OMLEXINGTON KY Trains leave Lexington 1120 a in and 845 p mIShelbyvillo Frankfort 1800 Winchester 1150 Mt Sterling 1100 Moroheud 1100 Tickets good on regular trains of Thursday July 14 1904 SpringsHistoricful Old Point Comfort Fortress MonroeNavy Yards at Portsmouth Virginia Beach Ocean View are 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 bo 850 lime Greatest Summer Trip Tickets will be good returning July 28th 1904 H W Fuller G P A Wash D C G W Barney D P A Lox Ky ut fA iiii2 Darks 1 Sidney j Globes tn Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and i Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL fIEASIER TO TAKE a Two doses give relief and one box wil euro nay ordinary case of Kidney or 3 Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Kicissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and nil irregularities of tho Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold lit 50 cents per box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by nail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Expense Included In Ticket Personally Conducted Party rParkin M04 will be run by the Monon Chicago Northwestern North ern Pacific Railways leaving Cin cinnati Louisville and Indianapolis on Wednesday August Hd The train will bo called The Yellow stone Park Special anti will be composed of Pullman palace sloopkors dining and baggage cars It will run to Yellowstone Park and return without change although stops for sightseeing will be made at several places All expenses will be included in tho ticket and tclassabout tho tour can bo had by call lug on or addressing E H Bacon Dist Pass Monon Route Fourth and Market Sts Louis vine Ky td Horse TimersIl Split Seconds FiveMinuteRecpeaters J Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY tLeadina lrttioI u g i n Cr eOattitl zil s COUCHAWITH gi New Discovery PriceFO100 Surest and Quickeot Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK lIHv SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVEN TION Tho Franklin County Sunday School Association met with tho Bethel Baptist Church at 10 oclock a in Thursday July 7 Was called to order by the President E R Jones Tho devotional exercises were conducted by State Visitor Theodore C Gobauor and the song service by E R Jones and tho scripture reading the 23d Psalm Prayer by S E Hutton In tho absence of the Secretary Dr U V Williams was looted secretary pro tom Owing to the absence of several speakers from the regular program the order was changedMiss Nannie Leo Frazh r of Louisville made a most beautiful address on primal touching and methods which was most excel lent offering many now suggestions and methods that will be of im mense benefit to teachers It was by all present warmly commended and appreciated So very attractive a speaker and such mastery of the subject in hand as Miss Frazier possesses should be utilized by J putting her in the State field for all her time at a most remunerative salary That subject is her life workMr C C Todd to whom was as signed tho subject Manhoods Morning being absent tho num ber was filed by Rev Win Crowe who mado a tolling presentation of the subject in his usual and inim itable manner after which a poll of the association was had and following schools responded First Baptist Sundayschool Frankfort First Presbyterian Frankfort Leostown Mission Swallowfleld Baptist North Benson Baptist Southern Presbyterian Frankfort Mt Pleasant Baptist Bethel Bap tist Mt Carmel Baptist Provi deuce Baptist Switzer Baptist 12 Two presidents five superintendents eighteen teachers one hun dred and fiftyfour in the houso and about half as many more out sidePresident appointed Committee on Nomination of oilloors O L Powers Grant Smithers Welling ton Leo and R IC McClure Com mittee on Resolutions W Crowe Dr J M Williams and J 11 Sul livanAfter song adjourned for dinner which was most elegantly served delicious in quality abundant in quantity and with an openhanded hospitality characteristic of tho community 115 p m Business resumed by song service and prayer by J H Martin of Benson Church J S E Hutton first speaker on J Qualifications for Successful ToaohersA most excellent ad dross truthful forceful and elo quent Tho State Sundayschool Asso ciation was then presented by Visitor T C Gcbauor who covered the field giving statistics work and progress of tho State Association Collection and pledges for the maintenance of same amounting to 4250 was then taken upThe subject of Missions was discussed by Rev O L Powers in a very convincing and acceptable manner and in words that burned and can not fail to bring forth good resultsMiss Frazior made closing address which ended tho most on joyablo and profitable meeting over hold in the county- Committee of Nominations made their report which was adopted viz E R Jones President Mrs M B R Day Secretary Vice Prosldonts S EIIutton Frank fort R C Hieatt Peaks Mill J H Martin Benson Harry Shaw r Forks Elkhorn J D Parker Evergreen Elnoro Supt Home DepartmentS E Hutton The Committee on Resolutions made the following report which was adopted by a rising vote viz k i f h1rV f jI Hi lJJi Tills convention declares Its list allegiance with the Ken tucky Sundayschool Association and heartily endorse and accept the dooperation of that body Ud This Convention instructs the County Executive Committee to arrange for a similar gathering next year at such place and time as they may find host 3d This Convention desires to thank the members of this Church for the use of their house of worship for this occasion to express their appreciation of tho abundant hos pitality that we have enjoyed and to thank tho superintendent and teachers of this Sundayschool for their attention which has dono so much to make this Convention a marked success 4th This Convention earnestly suggests that so far as may bo practicable tho plans and ideas brought out at this lays work be put in practice in the various schools of the county so that next year wo may have the result of these experiments and practical after song God Ho With You Till We Meet Again and benediction by Rev Win Crowe E R JONES President U V WILLIAMS Sec Pro Tern For forty years Dr Fowlers Ex tract of Wild Strawberry has boon curing summer complaint dysen tory diarrhea bloody flux pain in the stomach and it has never yet failed to do everything claimed for it REAL IT In this issue will bo found the card of Mr John Edge offering his services as abstractor of titles etc While secretary of the turnpike company Mr Edge acquired a valuable fund of information as to land titles boundaries etc Read his ad fUP 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 ho has all his new fixtures he has had a now grani told pavement put down in front of his place For tho Roundabout SABPATH KEEPING v SABBATH BREAKING To discuss this all important sub ject from its ph choloAioal exegesis teaching three pertinent truths illucidating intelligently the spirit ual theses of this commandment ono must be in touch with divine interpretation viewing through tho eyes of the inner understand ing One who slowly developed tho root moral qualities that blossomed into the higher spiritualities Honoring the Sabbath and keep ing it holy should be considered as binding today as when the Thou Shalt was given to Moses frown Mt Sinai As when the day was hallowed in the peaceful dawn of time and God himself observed tho command resting from the labor of the sixth lays work It is a sign of loyalty tho keep lug of tho Sababth regard his promise in keeping it and the day was made especially for man and out man for the Sabbath So far this reason the Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath day Mark 2 7JHIf thou turn away thy foot from tho Sabbath froth doing thy pleas ure my holy day and call the Sabbath a delight the holy of the Lord honorablo and shalt honor him nut doing thine own pleasure nor speaking thine own words Then shalt thou delight thyself in tho Lord hid I will cause theo to ride upon the high places of the earth and feud thee with the her Hugo of Jacob thy father for tho mouth of tho Lord hath spoken it Isaiah 5 81H This promise of reward brightens tho darkness of our ago and con dition= as a light that shineth move and more unto tho perfect claybrillging to our spiritual vision a history of homo influence upon individual happiness cultured civilization in general and proving conclusively how the fireside with tho rich affections of the mother and father heart have col ored mans destiny his industry his art his education morals and religious principles Today our home is the chief American institution the family a unit of civilization power and influence all other lnstlI if W 1W f Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour Ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist hr a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining tho stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick an Strength to the Weak Bottles only SI 00 Site holdlnc VA Mmes the trial sUe which sells for Prepared by B XtoWitt at Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug gist tutions taken together and yet public life politics cares and re sonsibility ant the deceitfulness of riches absorbs so much that the private home life starves and dies Irreverence and vulgarity have soiled the beautiful garments of tho Christian Sabbath as tho night vandals cast mud and paint upon tho statues of commemorate heroes or the ribaldry profanity and vul garity of foul tongues the faith of our forefathers This question of keeping or break- Ing the Sabbath is of individual importfrom tho spiritual antitheses as well as a moral influence exerted world wide and as conclu sive as conscience Individual thought license is also responsible in greet measure and the waves of agnosticism have trade heathens of civilized mentality Wore you taught to revere tho Sabbath and keep it holy Then you will not desecrate it by playing base ball or going fishing because forsooth you wore kept behind the counter or at tho plow share six hays of tho week The seventh lily belongs to God He demands that you rest and if you use His lay for your work you are as guilty of theft as if you broke into tile house of your neighbor and stole his purse You may make more money by using the Sabbath for your pleas ure but your gold will be canker eaten and your childrens children paupers You only enjoy tho de lights of personal freedom in physical culture and athletics hut your old ago will bo decrepid and your patience threadbare You may deny the existence of God ridicule immortality und refuse to consider as obligatory thu com mands of Sinai but you will be held responsible in tho day of judg ment as you would be in tho eyes of tho law of today if you refused to become a peaceful citizen and broke one of the statutes of this great Commonwealth Rest means absence of motion repose pleas UfO personal is selfish and view ing it from our standpoint in this connection is altogether foreign from the use God intended us how to observe the Sabbath God oir Father never intended to interfere with tho happiness of Guy of his creatures nor that wo should keep His holy day with Iron rule or puritanic exactness hut He did intend and does insist that we keep the Sabbath spiritually resting mentally and recu perating physically The reward is sure in long life health great riches and honor What mUle could mUll desire A TEACHER Dr Cailjs Condltfon Powders are just what a horse needs when in bar condition Tonic blood purifier am vermifuge They are not food bu medicine und the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 05 cents per package For stile by J W Gayle and LeCoinpte Gayle 1 I I OFFICIAL CHANGES IN THE SEVENTH DISTRICT IN rEHXAr REVENUE SERVICE Collector Roberts olllcially an nounced on Thursday morning tho changes in tho Seventh District Interim Revenue ofHee resulting from DeputyCharlesposition of general manager of 111 Haggins Elmendorf Farm which went into effect with the close of Thursdays business and tho end of the fiscal year of the United States Government Mr Uerryman has been Chief Deputy Collector for nearly seven years and has Como to be regarded as one of the very best Internal Revenue ofHcials in the country the Seventh district being in the first rank in point of administra tive method accuracy of detail and personal discipline He retires with the hearty good will of all the men in the service and Collector Roberts feels a sense of personal loes in his resignation cashierIfor the duties of which he is well fitted and with which ho has be come more or less familiar under Mr Berrymans guidance Ho was appointed to the Internal Revenue Service from tho Civil Service eligible list in February 1898 as a clerk and afterward served as di vision deputy and assessment deputy under the Spanish war roVeune law before his appointment as cashier Ho was a citizen of Clark county when first appointed to the service and is highly regf td in the Ninth and T nth di tricts where he has a wire Republican M Shaw who has been what is known as distillers deputy for most of Collector Roberts term and held tho same desk under Collector McDowell has ben promoted to the cashiorship a post he held temporarily some years ago and with which ho is familiar in every detail Ho is an expert accountant keeps a beautiful set of records and is an ideal man for this important position He was originally appointed from the Civil Service eligible list Clarence G McAlister who has been bonded account deputy for a year and a half is advanced to thedistillers desk vacated by Mr Shaw a position In which his training as a lawyer will bo of assistance in the preparation and examination of important papers Mr MoAlistor was formerly County Attorney of Bath county and supervisor of tho census for the Ninth district in 1100 und is one of the most popular and influential Re publicans in Northern Kentucky J R ono of tho veterans rlcelhuvlngand Roberts has been advanced from the position of clerk of records and supplies to the bonded ac count desk which he filled most acceptably during a large glut of the McDowell administration Ho is also a Civil Service appointee and one of the most capable oili cials in tho Seventh district Samuel H Crosthwait who has been on occasional duty as store keeperganger under Civil Service Rule 0 hits been appointed to the position vacated by Mr Sharpe Ho has a host of friends who will bo glad to know of his deserved promotion in the service- G Tiford Clark has been ap pulnted storekeeperganger to suc coed 2d r Crest ii ivait and is assigned to duty in July as general storekeeper a traveling assignment He held of respon sibility under Collector McDowell and is well versed in Internal Rev erne matters Every ore of these appointments is a promotion and carries with it an adavnce of salary except that of Mr Clark who is a new ap pointee The Internal Revenue oflicials If the Seventh District will nuit at the Collectors olllce at S oclock next Saturday night to pay thou respects and take leave of tho retiring chief deputy Mr Berryman I owe my whole life to lUirdock Blood Bitters Scrofulous sore covered my body seemed bey or i salt 1111 H 1ms macie n1f a pet fectly well woman Mis Charles Hutton Borville Mich LOllSIANA riTRCHASK EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS J04 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ih Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten days on Hday and 15 day tickets Rates from Frankfort HMlay tickets SlWi litdn tickets IIllt Couch excursion tickets HBO Coach excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of ouch week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cin cinnati Il Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton E Dayton Ry Convenient schedules No change of depots necessary Through tickets Loin Frankfort Sleeping car reservations secured if advised- S E HUTTON td General Passenger Agent if 111 y t MARRIED 3HootorU Green Haly and Miss Laura C Gaines were married by RoY Father T S Major The happy pair left that moining for a visit to the Worlds Fair SOUTHKASH In Lexington on Wednesday Mr Thomas Southtof this city and Miss Laura lush of Winchester were married- SOTTTHSOUTHln Lexington on Wednesday Mr W T Barry South jr and Miss Pattie South both Forks of Elkhorn were ranried Diptheria relieved in twentymirr utes Almost miraculous Dr anydrug t BIRTHSMORSEIn Wed 3nesdaywifea daughter A household necessity Dr Thomas Ecleotric Oil Heals burns cuts wounds of any sort cures sore throat croup catarrhasthma never fails Ie nuua IlliIifiG r iiiY rBETWEEN 1 Louisville AND Chicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION FTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper 4 BACON P IE4thon1Market SU IouUvflt Asheville N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the SkyjA superb elevated plateau tho lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the Reno Situated in the most favored por tine of tho temperate zone The oillcial government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av erages Spring 5849 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 534S degrees F Winter HSS7 de grees F With It mean for the whole of 5415 degrees F and a I11tluirelatin humidity of but tau per cent A natural paradise where all hu man ills lull quiet relief REACHED ONLY BY THE Southcrnikave For Land of the booklet Summer Hesolt1folder etc send stamp to iff MH Gin ALLEN Assitatit General PU tStC H HUNGKKFOKD District IHiirfciiKur Agent Louisville Ky Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions J W Gayle asks the readers or this paper who are sulleriny with indigestion or dyspepsia to call on hint at once and get a bottle cfKodol Dyspepsia Cure Jf you knew the value of this remedy as wo know it you would not sutler another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough di estant and tissue bnilifug tonic as well Tt is endorsed personally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indiges tion dyspepsia palpitation of tho heart coal stomach troubles gen orally Kodol Iysp1psia Curt digests what you out It is pleas ant palatable and stll lIgthenil1gi oA S T 0aX ABean theiha Boagji r atnroxof Il IoIiqM1k 7 ifn r1F CIftUIIIIJI1 TfieFranKfoitHoiiiKlaDoii Entered lit the postultice at Irunkfart Kea tacky as second rlu s imiilihic mnttrr GEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 9 041 FOURTH OF JULY Biggest Observance of tho National Birthday Held In Many Yetis Monday last was the 4th of Tiny- and opened out in a way that flour could complain of It was an idoa day up to about 4 oclock in the afternoonVery in tho morning the pooplo from tho surrounding coun ties and towns commenced POur- ing into tho city until there were not less than 10000 strangers pros onto Every train that carte in was crowded with passengers eager to take part in the old fashioned cele bration of the Nations birthday that had boon nrrangod for At the appointed time the mar shals formed the procession which marched tho assigned route headed t by tho Frankfort Cornet Band r which furnished delightful music At the stand which had been erected in the State House yard immediately in taint of the steps r to the Capitol building tho cere monies wore opened by an invoca tion of tho Divine blessing by Rov Father Thos S Major Rear Admiral Chapman Coleman Todd in behalf of the officers off tho battleship Kentucky then mtnd the home conning Hag Ijpri that vessel to the Governor in a short and appropriate address Governor Heckham accepted the flag in behalf of the State In a brief and appropriate speech The set speech of tho occasion Fitgoraldkshowed that our Jinunie was do f serving tor of his reputation as an pin Owing to pressing engagements in New York City Judge Wm Lindsay who was expected to be present und address the people was unable to he here which was a r source of universal rojirot At time conclusion of the speech inaking tho benediction was pro nounced by Rev C J Nugent and tho crowd betook themselves to tho rear of tho State buildings whore delicious oldfashioned Ken tn c kj burgoo was served to everybody who applied There was an abundance of that tooth some ladle which stakes one feel that lifo is not a vain thing after allMr David Kirkpatrick certainly established his reputation as a bur- goo concoctor that will cause Mr Gus Jaubort to look to his laurels In the afternoon a beautiful game of base ball was played at Cove Spring Park fireworkbut notwithstanding this the management proceeded with their t work and made it a decided suc cess In tho evening the flotilla Iiwereilluminated making a fine 8howi Time fireworks were beautiful and brilliant beyond anything which had been seen hero in recent years anti tho whole program was suc cessfully gone through with not withstanding another downpour of rain which temporarily scattered tho crowds of sightseers- It has boon many 10113 years since the 4th of July has been so goner ally and agreeably observed c There was a gratifying absence of disorder of any kind and those having tho celebration in hand are to bo congratulated upon tho great success which rewarded theirI e Torts l SUPPORTSCOTTS bridge to carry the weakenedand t starved system along until it can find firm support In ordinary food Send for free SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York and 100 all druggists I 1 i sxrrKtrarrrcv sacmaucsnwra xrmr tiokcez rU Tightly Locked Fron Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miter Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Not vine has been successfully tried in thousands of cans of nervous Ii or tiers but ueytrrihus it made lUerrecord than spawnsThousandsnearly every instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dosed Ner vine wa given The statement is repeated in the following Seven years ago my wife commenced having spasms or and I called in my home phvsician and he aid she was paralyzed He rubbed her with salt water ant pave her calomel and she eventually tot some better but in a short time she had another attach She was confined tc tar bed for three months end the doctor could not help her She road fits frequently tome times very severe I ler stands would cramp so we could not them and she finally lockedFinallygood and ordered a Ktorativc Nervine She receiver so much benefit from the fir t bottle that I got some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit sine taking the first dose She also thinks very highly of Dr Miles Nerve fled Liver and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did mv wifeWM Y ALLEN P M Elkvillc Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send for free hook on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind BAD ACCIDENT While driving along the V or sallies pike near tho colored come tnry on Tuesday tho vehicle occupied by Mrs Thos H Hinde was run into and upset by a buggy driven by a man by tho name of Roberts Mrs PI in do and Mme Phillips French governess in the Hindo family were thrown vio lently to tho ground Mrs Hinde1 shoulder hip and head wove badly injured and silo was rendered unconscious by tho fall Time physi clan in charge was fearful of in ternal mint ios also Mine Phillip was considerably bruised and jarrod but not PO so riouly as Mrs Hinde Both ladies wore taken into the residence of Mr Honry Crnm baugh tho sexton of tho cemetery and necessary surgical attention rendered Later on both ladies were taken to time summer house of Mrs Hinde near the Forks of Ekhurn Tho ladles wore doing as well as could be expected at last acounts TAMERS BANK STATEMENT In this issue we give the state ment of the Farmers Bank of this city Tho statement shows that this bank is in a prosperous and safe condition It is well managed and has a fine corps of officers WON THE SECOND PLACE In tho College Oratorical Contest at tho Lexington Chautauqua on Friday last Mr Paul Collins of this city won second place as tho representative of Central Univer sity Danville The winner of the first prize was Mr Tames Hughes Snyder repre sentative of Georgetown College Tho first prizo was 50 in gold goldMrupon his success BLUE GRASS BEAUTY MAGAZINE We are in receipt of the first num jtr of tho Blue Grass Beauty Magazine which is published by Messrs filcher d Taylor at Lexington Ky and edited by Mr Louis filcher who if the initial lumber is a fair sample wiolds a facile and tranchant pot It is beautifully gotten up nod Hintod If It bo kept up to the sample as first issued it will prow litorIIUSat oj 100 pur annum or 10 cents per copy Send and got a copy and you will be sure to want more of it BITTEN BY DOG As Mr Jas W Hughes Jr was joining down town from his homo at Edge wood on Wednesday a log ran out into tho pike and bit him on tho leg Mr Hughes got n gun and killed tho animal Surgical attonton was rendered and tho wound dressed xv1z arnrtrrc erra rxarc DEATH OF JUDGE JOSEPH H LEWIS On Wednesday last the sad notes was received in this city annonm lug the sudden death of lu1ge Joseph H LowiH at his homo tens Duvall station in Scott county aged about SO yours Judge Lewis was born and reared in Barren conty Ky Ho was man of lino ability and uprightues of character and life In his luJlj lifo he represented Barren county in the Legislature having as his colleague Hon Jas P Bates Jmige Lewis being a Whig Cal Bates a Domocrat- At the outbreak of the Civil war Judge Lowis entered the Confoder ate Army as a Colonel of the r gi mont rooruitod by him and distin guished himself by his bravery When the strife ceased Judge Lewis was a Brigadier General in com maml of tho fatuous Orphan Bri was elected to Congress from his District as a Democrat and served several terms as such Later iio was elected Judge of tin Court of Appeals and served two terms sixteen years After his retirement from the bones ho practiced law in this city for a short time and then ieinovoc to his farm in Scott county to re side giving his whole attention to that and the farm of his wife lying sidle by side near tho Groat Cross ings Ho made an upright anti fearless judge and all who know him respected him for his integrity of character Ho was twice married Iris last wife who survives him being the widow of Col Jillson P Johnson Ho loaves several children and grand children tho issue of his first marriage Judge Lewis was a member of the Catholic church Tho remains wore taken to Bar rOt county for intormentI FIGHT JUST THE SAME AS MELICAN MAN On Tuesday night Val Leo and San Loo two gentlemen from the land of Confucious engaged in a fight at the Chinese Laundry on Ann street with knives They were carving each other in so en title style whon some persons in terfered and put a stop to tho fun They wore both pretty well used up by cuts about their faces and heads They were arrested and taken before Judgo Herndon who assessed a line of 780 against With Leo Ho paid his fine Sau Lee quickly shook tho dust of our city from his clogs and was not tried DEATH OF MR R LEE SUTER Mr B Leo Sutor member of tho Board of Public Safety of Louisville was shot and killed at a so jallod fishing camp on tho Ohio river above that city on Sunday morning It is claimed that one Vaughan a youth 10 years of age who was out in a carriage with a party of disreputable men and women fired tho shot which killed VIr Suter It is also said that he was lying on a cot in a tout at the time the shot was l1rodISince the killing all mors are afloat involving several non and women in time affair The authorities have closed the case with a very cursory examination- Mr Suters father and mother reside in this city Ho was a very bright and shrewd young man working his way up from very humble surroundings to a position of power and influonoH in tho Democratic party by his own unaided exertions Ho had many and grave faults which an buried with hint His virtues should live after him Ho waR a loving anti dovotod son brother husband anti issuer Tho funeral was largely attended In tho local oUlcialsand citizens of Louisville The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery on Tuesday PILES UPON TOP OF PILES Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DoWitts Witoh Hazel Salve cures them lhoro iro many dilTerrnt kinds of Pihs hut if you get the gonuino anti original Witoh Hazel Salvo made hrl C DeWitt t Co of Chicago u cure is certain H A Tisdale of Summorton S C Ra AHr had Plies twentyyears and DoWitts Salve cured mo after everything else failed Sold by all druggists O A JS T O H TABears theiho HaveJIways SignatureitI I Place a cone of ice cream on a MaltWheat Biscuit and cover with fresh strawberries If ber ries are out of season pour any fruit juice over the Biscuit before putting on the ice cream t M ALTWH EATIB SCU t FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME I are a scientifically prepared composition of granulated r cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized by ourspecial patented process delicate enough to tempt lit the appetite of an invalid and substantial enough for a working man Can be prepared in a different way for every day in the yearrecipes in every package i 15 CENTS MEALS 15 t t 4f1L1IJI- T II u HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE setit rl 55 INCH 41IN 9 as a9 7 r 12SBIN L OYN ss l 5 14 Irm Regular Style Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style Stays in or 6 In apart Stays 1210 or 6 In apartI fAmplylasting 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 f by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you houtf it will save ycu money and fee your fields so they will stay fenced t FRANKSTAGGI I SPECIAL AGBNT 4 f PASSED EASILY Mr John ORoar son of Judgo Ed C ORuar and wife of whose having gone to Annapolis Md to take his physical examination for entry into thoU S Navy wo taco mention last week on Tuesday successfully passed his examina tion Out of a class of 850 young who took tho examination only passed successfully and young ORoar was one of tout numbir Ho is now a full fledged midship nan U S N Wo desire to tender our congratulations WHEN YOU GO INTO A DRUG STORE To got a bottle of Painkiller ex amine it calfful1 to see if it is made by Perry Davis and dont ho persuaded ot tako something just las good because it is a few cents cheaper There is only ono Pain killer Perry Davis Largo hot ties 25 and r cents AHANDSOME IMPROVEMENT Gen D W Lindsey his had time brick sidewalk removed front time runt of his property on Bridge street and tho sumo replaced with granitoid and tho unsightly old wooden fence supplanted by a handsome iron ono the retaining wall being capped with a coping of granitoid It is one of tho haiul somost improvements made in tho city In years Hives are a terrible torment to tho little folks mid to somo older ones Easily cured Dams Oint mont never fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store cents fOJoFlCgnSLODGES ELECTED AT LAST MEETINGS The following ollloora wore f elected in thb two Odd FoJlowsiJLodges of this city to servo tho ensuing six months Capital Lodge No 0 ItVicoNoble G1IndAC Hamilton Vice Grand W B h thilnlTreasurer W H JolIYies Secretary Eugene Wulf Right Supporter N OHalIY Jones Loft Supporter N GJno G Rogers Right Supporter V GCrawford Loo Loft Supporter V G Oscar True OOIHltwtolArthllr Branch lightMcClung ivJoouoInside Guard Walter True HostC A Wallace gonulneLaxative l the remedy that cures n cold in ono day e 1fiI t7 q1 rWNll m i 4 STARTLING I ATTRACTIVE I- 5- AIl TIlE JPJPICBS AT THE GREAT 1 p JULY JUBILEE SALEj ir FARMERS I There will be some special feature dav Yon will iwgrctpt if you do not take advantage of this great opportunity SALE WILL CONTINUE TWO WEEKS LONGER 1 J5URLARY On Monday night a during bur Jar gained admission to the cloth Jng house of Messrs Crulcher Simpson by putting a ladder up to h the rear window climbing up and raising the window of tho dressing room on the second floor When once inside the thief proceeded to help himself to a com ploto outfit from tip to too includ ing underwear soclts shirt shoos OtC 1110 follow seemed to bo very choice as ho tried on other pants beside those ho wore oil and other garments wore scattered about Ho left the clothing discarded by lihim at the foot of the stairway leading to tho second floor 1ho firm do not think tho follow took away anything other than tho suit ho had on but of course aro surei was carefully plan nod as the ladder was carried around to the rear of the stores of JIr C W Satlell and Mr F O Stagg and through the alleyway to the placo11sod Wo hope tho police will obtain a clow and work it out successfully as these things are getting too numerous to bo comfortable RUNAWAY AND SMASH UP lie horse attached to tho deliv 4cry wagon of Mr Victor Lnughlin t frightened at a passing automobile on Saturday morning and dashed up St Clair street until it reached tho front of Mr C H Mandovilles barber shop when tho horso veered to the pavement and ran tho vehicle aaginst tho i ibarber polo of Mr Mandeville tftwhorn tho horse fell down and tho vehicle smashed to kindling wood The frightened animal was caught itf i Tho harbor pole was Dent but other 4wiseuninjured 1 DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFED ERACY TO MEET Wo Ire requested to announce that Joseph H Lewis Chapter w Daughters of the Confederacy will i meet at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel this Saturday after t moon at 4 oclock Business of importance to bo attended to Full attendance requested r MRS SAM M LEAVY Prosl dent ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW STAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owonton Ky EHcctivo July 1st the following schedule has been establishedi Leave Frankfort 550 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 722 a an Leave Stamping Ground 800 a an Arrive at Chvonton 400 p in Returning Leave Owenton 800 n m Arrivo Stamping Ground 400 In Leave Stamping Ground 548 p in Arrive Frankfort 720 p m The following rates of faro will applyBetween Stamping Ground and Owenton 100 Between Stamping Ground and Hosier 75 cents Between Stamping Ground and Bethany 50 cents Between Stamping Ground and Sutorvillo 25 edits K Between Stamping Ground and- S Minorsvillo 25 cents t S E HUTTON Il General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway i DIVIDENDS DECLARED Tho banks of our city have do clared dividends upon the business of the last six months ending Juno 80Farmers Baulk of Frankfort three per oon jeposit Bank of Frankfort three per cent State National Bank three pel centNational Branch Bank of Ken tucky three per cant The statements issued by those institutions show them all to be in a healthy and vigorous condition WILLS PROBATED In tho county court on Tuesday the following wills were probated Mr Tlios Burns who gave nIl his property to his nioco with whom ho had resided Mr Robt Uoltsohi gave his prop or try to his wife almost entirely Mr George Yagol loft all his porporty to his wife- WONDERFUL NERVE Is displayed by many a man en during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore foot 01 stiff joints But thoroI it no need for it buoklens Arnica Salvo will kill tho pain and tho trouble Its tho best lHlroI earth for Piles too 25c1nt all druggists CALLED MEETING 1 The members jtho Joseph H Lowis Chapter U D C aro re quested to meet at tho residence of Mrs E L Samuel next Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock Business of importance MRS SAM LEARY President THE THRUST OF A LANCE- Is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abdomen which follow tho eating of improp er food or too free indulgence in ice water Tho immodiato cause of cramps and colic is often tho distention of tho bowels by gas Quick relief follows tho use of Perry Davis Painkiller Careful housekeepers give it tho place of honor in tho family medicine chest REMOVE CHICKENCOOPS Tho Frankfort Civic League re quest us to ask our merchants to remove the chicken coops from the streets They say it is a measure demanded by humanity and de cency as tho poor birds salter from tho Moat of the sun A PERFECT GEM The address delivered by Miss Annie Loo Frazier of Louisville State Suporintendont of Primary Sundayschool Work before a fine audluncn of Sundayschool teachers and workers in tho Chapel of tho First Baptist Church on Wednes day ovoning was short but full of thrilling and instructive thought It was a perfect gom Wo wish every parent and readier in the Sundayschools of tho city had boon present They would have boon aroused to more earnest and faithful work for the Master B P O ELKS Cincinnati Ohio July 18th to 2 kl J04 For Mho above occasion tho Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets at 305 for the round trip Dates of sale July Kith 17th anti 18th all trains Tickets good without deposit until August 4th with deposit until August 25th h GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louisr USE THE Henderson bout THE LINE THAT IS OOMFOKTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair CarsOF- FICIAL ROUTE FOR KEX1UC KIA STO ST LOWSASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L 1 IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY DR E G ROEMELEI Olllco andrridraODOXXdLL MainII Old 184 TKrKiir Es tISUMMER SCHOOL KNOX VILLJ3 TENNESSEE JUNE 28th to AUGUST 5th Special Rates on specific hates- Tnquire General Passenger Office Frankfort Cincinnati Railway S E HUTTON G P A The pill that will will fill tho bill Without a gripe To cleanse tho liver without quiver Take ono at night DoWitlis Little Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gentle in effect yet they are so certain in result that no onn who usos thom is disappointed For quick relief from billiousness sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequalled Sold by all druggistsJOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Lnto Sec Tnis Pea Kiiltrw Turnpike Co Will furnish abstracts of title and copy of survey of any land in Franklin county Defective titles by infant heirs outstanding con tracts mortgages or wits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi deuts Correspondence solicited Special attention given to Pea Ridge 44mii 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending n akotoh and description may our opinion nu Invention Is Communion UonsHtrlctlyconthlontlnl on 1iitunts tilt tree Oiliest ncency for securing patents talents taken Muuu receive notice without cbnrco lu tho Scientific Jlm ri an- hnndsomoly Illustrated weekly rnreesL dlr culntlon of any BClentlH nuruai 9erots t3 r months U Soldbyull newsdealer- sj0361BroadwayMnr New YOrk Branch Office F Bt D jv Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods of all kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand 3 New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Hocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph tC Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAM- OUSJacketRed Cider R ROG RS Fs SONS Tuba Vrnickc Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined- A Desk Unit with few ot many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac tive We want to snow you its advantages and possi bilities Call write or phone us about it THE EquitableonP n8ILW Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R Wilson f SPECIAL AGENT tOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KYl yX5000000s CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums owWoulcl Yo uL I I like a Check Like This U Cash to Zion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair Wt Have Awarded 2000000 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in I I Presidential Vote Contest contcs1 Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a = cent stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums to Mi one vote The 2cent stamp cov mm era our acknowledgment to you mft that your estimate is recorded m You can send as many estia mates as desired Grand First Prize of 500000 will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also offer f500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee How Would Your Name Look on One of These ChecksEverybody If you wilt use COFFEE long get acquainted you wilt be and convinced there no other value for Then wilt otherand why we advertise And we our advertising that of usyou rou wewill get Heads WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO CURIOSITIES Mr Eugene Wolf brought to our yesterday some pansies which he raised in his yard on theI South Side which present unusual features they are double and are perfectly black something we never saw before Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for eruptions LISTEThe following is the list of letters oJtlfed for week ending 1Sattrlday July Adams Barnes Harries Harnos Herbert t Boyd Syndic Jiraden George 4Brewey Mrs Carter Mollie H Cooper George Flanun Henry Forges James Gnult Horace H Grayot Viigio A Harlow Harrod Win Johnson F A Muck Kittie Moorhaus Adolf C liaison Mrs J Riley Mrs I Sitneal KatieIIfSmith EiiJe Thompson Hugh M Tichlenbiirg Louis 1 Vincent fable Wallace Laura White J Wiley Mrs Mattie Williams F L Wisinberger Mr t Persons calling for the above lot Jiters will please say advertised 33 M DRANE P M J FREE TRIAL TREATMENT yr showing the perfect support remedy Confidential gives will bo sent on ourI especially with physicians today for our free termsiMANHATTEN THERAPEUTICt ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway York City oi i- 1 First Prize S26OOOO 1 Prizes50000 each10000010000010 10000020 10000050 250000 500 with the a for RECEIVED ICEIIJlliis or this won a ticket to the Worlds in the Cincinnati ComnvjrcialTri Worlds Contest She received the ticket on Wednesday and will afternoon for Cincinnati where shwil ten up at the Grand the loaves St Her ticket hill at Cincinnati railroad entrance to rounds and all tonIDELICATE DANGEROUS OPERATION SUCCESS FULLY PERFORMED hnnllIsomcto Lexington on Sunday and a delicate and dangerous op oration performed at tho Samaritan Hospital We are to say the op eration was successful ard is to be in a way siiieeeelptrust IDO IT TODAY injunctionNeveryou can do totinyis now town erally presented in this Do it today is the ad we to you hacking cough or demoralizing which you gling for several days perhaps weeks some reliable remedy remedybewhich has in use for over thirtyfive A few of it will relieve our contiilUodIlungs German Syrup will surely a cure as it hits before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of trouble bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr iW f What will be the total popular cast for President for all can k didates combined at the election m November 8 tkIn 1900 election 13959653 people President For nearest esti 1 received in Woolson Spice Com w panys Toledo 0 on or W November 5 1904 we will first for the nearest estimate second to the next etc etc as follows 2 5 2OOOO Prizes 10000Prizes Prizes 100000250 Prizes 1000 1800 Prizes 900000 2139 TOTAL 2O00000 uses coffee LION enough to it is such money take no thats are money so both as wel benefit Hence your Lion I CO office skin Fred Nora John Miss cited book New Lena Kirtley city Fair bunes leave Monday Hotel until Tues lily when party for Louis rovers fare both ways taken very Good that Miss Miles fait form That torso vice want give about that cold with have been hug Take teen doses effect done lung trial vote votes 1904 voted correct mates office before give prize correct prize nearest Prlres 5000 2000 PRIZES suited using Fair hotel AND glad years Now For the Roundabout NIL DESPERANDUM I Never knock umier never Thouiih sorrows have clouded your sky fovovortcane o bye IIf never stern bo the fate That frowns on each earnest on deavor You muster up courage to make III Never knock under never If calumny assAil your renown Hide your time disprove the assertion If not live it down IJnler 1 never come in at the door Your cause is not desperate whatever May bo slid gainst the cause of the poor ViIkl1ock under never Give no sigh for mistakes of the past Trust God and your earnest on deavor Will be crowned with success at last N S COX Juno 7 1H04 A VERY CLOSE CALL I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve Cjof I was weak und pale without any appetite and all run down I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric JUt asfWeak sickly run flown people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them druJI rltL ra 1s I QUARTERLY REPORT OF T- HEFarmers Ban OF FRANKFORT KY At the close of business June 30 1904R- ESOURCES Ij inns and di eunts 4fK151 O rcrdrnf if unsecured 1855 Duo from National Banks 072dl Duu from State Bunks and Hankers 63281 Duo from Trust Companies Banking Houso and Lot 10000 Other Heal Estate o Mortgages 0 U S Bonds 01 Other Stocks cold Bonds Specie 4895 62 Currency 18970 00 awes Exchange for Clearings 11425 Other Items Curried as Cash o Furniture and Fixtures I Fund to Pay Tuxes Current Expenses Last Quarter o Protests Give description location value and lone all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years 0 3H61 r5 IIABILITIEI Capital Htock paid in 1100000 fund 10076 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 64860 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not palS 309120 Deposits subject to check Ion which interest is paid 28705 86 Demand certificates of de posit on which interest est is paid o Time certificates of de posit on which interest- is paid 0 Savings De ORltR on which paidCertified o 0 Due National Banks 0 a32925 Duo State Banks and Bankers 28091 Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Clucks Outstanding Bills rediscounted o Unpaid Dividends 8000 00 Taxes duo and unpaldfum to pay taxes 4060 Capital Stock not o Treasurer State of Kentucky 155527 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company 1I11hlllt1Yofity of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such Indebtedness excels per PllleInof thu bank How is indebtedness stated In above Utin secured See section 583 Kentucky Statutes 0 Wheat flour insured 0 Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds per cent of paid capital stock of bank See Ken tucky Statutes is same secured 4179776 Excess secured by mortgage on Live Stock Excess secured mort logo on Real Estate and Live- Stock 15787 Excess secured by mortgage on Real Estate Live Stock Land Notes and Life Insurance Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm includ ing of the company or firm tho liability of vidual members exceed paidup capital and surplusIf r of such indebted ness 0 00Wereand taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and wjm not Itss than per cent of net profits of the bank for tho porixl covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said divi dead was declared See Section Kentucky Statutes YES r03s619 State of County of Franklins I A W Overtoil Cashier of tho Farmer IIlIddoh1tCity of Frankfort in said county belnj duly sworn says the foregoing report is In re spects a true statement of the condition of the 30thlilyand belief and further says that tint business of said bank lias been transacted at the loca tion named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an ofStiltthe day on which such report shall be made CashierRJNO W RODMAN I J7X0Public Franklin county Commission expires January Tisnt safe to be a clay without Jr Thomas1 Eeloctric Oil in the house Never can toll what moment an accident is going to hapIpen r Now Fast TramTO Colorado r UTAHAN 19Them daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p in daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo i iL ia rf 1I ANNOUNCEMENTS RkA Via Illinois Central R B to Nov Orleans und tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave StILouis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 n in leave Saturday 200 p in mornling Illustrated Folder on Cuba riving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS PROMT NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings front Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythofor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via tho Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Orleans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excur lions to California Excursion andnevery Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWoduesday NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily 1 service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars bunVtlibrnrysmokins car service and all meals on rout in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel air theMexican9on suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can bo hail of agents of the Illinois Con tral or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P ronisvflle A I McDOUGALL D P A iAicagoJNOMo Iphls- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE agaiilstthe t Crockett are hereby notified to pre sent the same to mo properly proven on or before July2th 1901 for settlement All persons know lug themselves indebted to the es tate of said decedent will please come forward and settle at once C H C HOC KELj Administrator Juno 18lm WEAK HEARTS Are caused by indigestion Ifyou ont a little too much 01 if you indigoostlolIand pulls up against tho heart Tins crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart bents lnrt disease is the final K oilol Dyspepsia Curo digests andIyou eat takes the strain off heart cures indigestion d sour stomach and contributes Ii ishment strength and health to iw rr of the body Sold by till druggists THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO r Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 8 a in to 7 p in and at 0 and p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single fare 40 centsLeave Lexington for Georgetown mLeavoa in to 10 p m 20tf Y ALEXANDER President I tP m1t t r r J liT17 1P t 5 2 gIIIuIUIIL J 1 1- D r JOH8ONS JULY CLEARANCE SALEI SIKs GOr Silks now 45- 5c Silks now 55 S5c Silks now G5 100 Silks now 75 25 Silks now DS 150 Silks now 125 l Millinery Half Price Big reduction in every 1 RELIGIOUS FIRST HAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at a m and 8 p in Sundayschool at 045 a in in the ohapol Homo department and Bible t Class Tan flit by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union chapelPrayermeeting oven ing at 745 oclock in the chapel Class will meet at 815 1Prof J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn mo tor Sunday July 10 1904 980 a in Sundayschool 11 a in Holy Communion Sor mon by the rector 780 p in Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 730 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 730 p in Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in those meetings Rov1Georgopreach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a in in chapelChristian Endeavor Society has adjourned until October 2d Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 Topic U oclookIThe Junior Adjourned for Everybody cordially invited PRESBYTERIANlpastor will preach at 11 a in At 945 p m there will bo an openair service- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 p in Prayermooting Wednesday night Jat7HO p EIH HIICATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Vespers 730 p in Sundayschool at 2 p in rf JBittyFIRST 1RESHyrERIAN J preach at a in and 730 p in Sundayschool at 945 u m Young Peoples Society of Christ tiara Endeavor 045 p m I All the young people invited nightIi A The public cordially invited toJ 1 attendIv1 IMErHODISr CHURCHR o C J Nugent the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p Sundayschool at 945 a m 111IJunior League at 8 p in Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclockIThe r byfthelug to preach Sunday on the sub sleet of the Observance of the SabI bath and they have agreed to do1 HO DOMESTIC TROUBLES It is exceptional to find a family rupturos KingsIgroatsI troubles They not only relieve i drugtj4 Jw i Ct w ttaJIt fW Embroideries big reduction in prices Department inY Queen and CrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickst Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA A1 L AX1A BIRMINGHAM SIIREVBPORTNEW AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKS T P AIMain StreetLexington Kentucky r9 Whats the secret of happy vig orous healthy Simple looping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys strong and active Bur dock Blood Hitters does it Kodol Dyspepsia Cizre Digests what you eatp 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 murk every step of the snaking anti serving CLARET PHOSPHATE is especially fine Has the rich natural pes1horoughly gratifies taste is cooling refreshing and healthful Pleoses both young and old and is praised by all who try it- Tao Gayle llrna Story 814 Main St ladies Hose11- Oc Hose now os 15c Hose now 12 20c Hose now 1Gfi 25c Hose now 19 3ne Hose now 25 SOc IIose now 39 at ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger ARENAPPYTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY USINGIDENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N HighI GrocerWBroadRc andMaynard AveRevWe could fill a newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns ButtrylielpitGAYLES Store FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the pIsubject to the action of the Demo cratic party Stei COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as n can suhjecttoparty Dec IHtf COUNTY CLERK Wo lire authorized to announce N U SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 2te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judgo r DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to tin action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19to IFOR REPRESENTATIVE announceIdidate for the otlloo of Represonta tivo from Franklin county in the theIt8te YouCanPinYour TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E m milling DO J4f Af Leave Leave Lawns jt 20c 18c loc Lawns now lOc i- lye and lOc Lawns now Tie ItlSclOc Gingham now Tie Ji- 7kc Gingham now Cc t 1 I WILLIAM IOSIAY A W Mofiss I 1RIGHTLVehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service inilyourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation we have established for good work and fiiir dealing under 1 the llrm inline of the Seller Carriage Cn founded by our Mr Ytomnn and Jtwiments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us possibleWe jIalso 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 Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 19ly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 1171A 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 i vantage of every discount AVe give our customers the advantage of these material saYings If you become our customer once 3011 will be our customer alw- aysJOHNDRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE4EFFEC lYE MAY 22 1904 y EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Xo Daily Ex A 11I A IIStullon II t t a I Ex Xo53 Daily Ar XolI Ex Suud A II No t l 5IIIIi4 0 Lexington Winchester 2I u 520 605 IM P13 Clay City U 923 Stanton 430 495 IM 57NStnral Bridge 5i 401 Sit 1D088O Torrent ville Junction ill 928 1180 Jackson 2Ji OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY ally No SI DailyEx A M Lye No DailyEx P M Lye Stations Sand IA M Ex Sand PMAr y 1I 9115I II Jackson 880 1120 0 O K Junction ua 1126 Wilhurst 117 1152 110 HII 152 Hampton 4a 1158 t128 Lee 510 1222 JOI 122 HcKvhawn 518 181I 105 Cannel City 543 1215 119 itp and will make oloso connection at O t K Junction with Nos and for V points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent n J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT JGeneral Manager G P tJI 1I i rCaya tt tt L For the Roundabout IN iVEMORTAM Of my cousin Mrs Sonhronia Moore who died June 25 IDOl aged 25 years She has been a devoted member Of the Christian Church at Antioch for five years has boon mar nod but a short while ISho leaves a husband fathar mother three sisters four brothers besides a host of relatives and t friends to mourn the loss of this good and estimable Christian lady Our loved cousin has gone has passed from the cares of earth to I the joys of Heaven Calmly she J sleeps beneath the cold sod hands r folded sweetly smiling even in death How can we give thee up But thy will Oh God bo done We have strewn the grave with 1 flowers watered them with tears Soon alas they will fade but in ftOUI hearts thy name and form will ever live- Farewell sweet be thy rest dearest cousin and when death comes may it find us too resigned r and in that bright beyond will hands to part no more rDenrest loved cousin we have laid theejiVc graves embrace thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy lovely face t We miss thy kind and loving hand Thy fond and honest care z Our home is lark without thee irWe miss thee everywhere One by one our hopes grow brighter As wo near the shining shore For we know across the river y Waits the loved cousin hone be fore- Farewell farewell dear Sophro nia n lung long farewell M S POPULAR OFFTCTAIi HAND SOMELY REMEMBERED In recognition of his uniform courtesy and efficiency as Chief Deputy for the Seventh Internal Revenue District Mr Charles H C Berryman who resigned that posit tion to become general manager of Elmendorf the magnificent estate prettable set by his associates in the service on Saturday night The presentation took place in the office of Collector Roberts in the Government building in the presence of about fifty levenue expressjsigned from the service and congratulated him on his good fortune responsibleThe table set consisted of seven handsome pieces an epergne of crystal and silver a Sheffield tray two solid meat platters and four silver candelabra These pieces 4were attractively arranged on a large desk in tho Collectors pri rate office the epergne being filled with flowers and the candelabra with JI htod candles The presentation speech was road by Mr John T Gunn a veteran in the revenue service and President of the Storekeepers and Gnu uls Association of the Seventh Dis tractiIn reply Mr Berryman made a neat speech of thanks expressing regret that his now field of labor called him from such friends as his associafoN proved themselves to he Ho thanked thorn both for the testimonial and the remem brancerAmong those present at the pre sentation were Collector S J R- obterts Deputy Collector H Mc Postmaster F C Elkinr r1 Shaw S D Willis W F Crogan J T Gunn J B Mihvard T Ih McConnell J A Eastin G T Scearco D C Borryman John lI Stevenson Z 1 Phelps W S Morgan 0 N Wiard y F C Sparks C G McAlister W G Dunlnp Andrew G Leonard W D Blanding L Lusby John i Stophanski J R Sums N A Moore W A Johnson Win War- renti J R Sharp L L Lemastor H S Formnn W T Crosthwait J R Sharp M G ONeill J M Russell J Perry Hutchcraft O A JS T C 3 2 1ABears thealhB I4 of wtf arri 1GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come Train Kentucky Their main source is the liver nnd all tho fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State cc 1111 not remedy had liver or the producosand a bad liver at the same tune Your liver must bo in fine condi tion if you would fool buoyant eyelightputyourGreens August Flower tho greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been n favorite household remedy UlJustFlowerand active and thus insure you n splrltRTrial c At all druggists lyr Dr Weavers Syrup and Oerate Sncccisf nl treatment for blood and skin dlseuee 2000 TO ST PAUL AND RE TURN VIA MONON ROUTE The Monon Route will sell tick ets from Louisville to St Pnul nnd Minneapolis and return July 18 14 15 16 and 17th nt 2000 account Convention of Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association Those rates are open to the public and tickets will be good returning until August 5th which may be extended to August 15th by deposit with joint agent Full information fur nished by E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLonieville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division No L No No 3 ate in pat 780ArLnwreucolmrK 055 020 985 tJr 1010 042 054 1020IIGeorgetown 1150 740 No No No n in p in n in 710Ar700IILmvrencehury 043 540 820 720 626 010 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and train New and 0 Through Obser HnrrodsburtheSouthviaKnoxvillearriveingLexingtonBetween LouisStNo 4 No mllooopmAr No No1 mAramIIpm am oio10 No mArISvnnsvillo 1025 pm l lpm No No 11151n1AI betweenLouisv1iITrains Np 9IHld run nolid between Louis CamTrains first duns CoiichoH between Evansvillo and Louis villa LouiscarryNight trains botweon Louisville andSt Louis UarswithppltoH R Spencer S H Hard wick GB Arian G PA B P O ELKS Grand Lodge Cincinnati JulyIR2H 1001 occasiontJwway will sell only round trip tick ets at one faro plus 25 cents for Julypith oxI jllfJIJ F 7 1r IMPROVED TRAIN SBKVICK Oflerod bv tho Homlorson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commonping Sunday Juno ith Kentuckys line tho Hen derson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points operatedinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Jonis Leave Louisville 880 a m 100- p in and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p m 720 a m and 010 p m justIern as as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky 880 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 900 p m train through without change of cars will consist of Sleeping Cars Free Re chiming Chair Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 n m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars And high back sent passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a In carteyou pay only for what you get All trains will leavo 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 points west ask tho agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will gladtoYou will bo satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is oilored by this line which has been termed the Ofllcial Route for Kentuckians franRfort Cincinnati Bu The Midland Route Lo al Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 51To84INo822iOO11i5 1Frl1nkfutniii Switzer 7 Stamping Ground 7 2JII Duvall 0 2 85 Johnson 110 0 f Georgetown 1 0 I C S Depot I259 Newtown Centerville 9 811 8051 Elizabeth 5 8 Paris Tunctn 8 Art Paris r Lv IJ 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GKOKOETOWN P MA L1A3LPM200 0 Lv Frankfort Ar 8 Lv Georgetown Arlho Ar Lv WIG BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS P 31PM 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 7B Lv Georgetown b Lv Parts Arl6JAr Cincinnati KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R POINTS 2 0 50AIL Frankfort A Ii oA 7201 3 47P 7 45A A Georj own T10130AI25P 8 25P 8 Ps L IL1542P- 611P11 42A A WInc titer L WAI245I 8 ISP A 3lu 1t111eL545AA Uynthiuim L 502P 7 20P R soup Ji1 Cincinnati LGEO B HARPER SAMUEL E BUTTON Pros and Genl Suet cr P A SAVED FROM TE1UUJJLE DEATH The fancily of Mrs M L Hohbitt of Jiargorton Tonn saw her dying and wore powerless to save her The most skilled physicians and every remedy used failed while surelytakinghour Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought im mediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guar anteed bottles 50o and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists OLD TAYLOR i TIlE PIIEMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky rl r Pleasant 4 to4takeI Trde mrt Laxattive SyrOIp J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege 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 DRUGGISTS7Tdbb In 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 THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents Send 50 cents to this Paper DO IT NOW A STROr JG ccBIATQu THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE- y LOUISVillE Vtttl ERAlDti Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for ai the local horne news the other is a necessity because of its supe rior telegraph service enticing the entire worldcorrespondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russia and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky SJMXHAL RAZES Excursion Train 10 Cicninnati 1110 Frankfort and liiutlnnati Railway in oonjuotion with the Q C will run another of thou special low rate excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday July 17 at tho low rato of 125 for tripTrain this it at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincin nati at 8 p mL tl- Bears OA S rtf3i zAthethe IivB LLY1irof CASTORIAFor ha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Siguaturo of A littlo lifo miry ho saori flood to an hours delay Cholera Infan tuin dysentery diarrinea conies suddenly Only safe plan is to Imo Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawhorry always on humid Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for tho kiD