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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT CEO A LE WIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I VOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 23 1904 NO 46 LOOKS SUSPICIOUS Hotter Lot Woll Enough Alone Iho city papers aro publishing tho statement that there is a prob ability of thorn being a called sos sion of the Legislature to consider an amendment to tho Capitol Ap propriation Law allowing a change of location for the proposed build ing Wo earnestly hope that tills will not bo clone At tho last session of tho Legis lature a bill looking to tho saniu end was introduced and could easily havo boon passed but tho friends of tho original measure wero unwilling to open up tho question however desirable it might have been to have the amendment t IllIslol1years in which this matter has en1neSUY1hopod proceedingIt ed as a ground for tho project that thorn is not room to erect the right kind of buildings upon the present site That is all rot The capitol of the State of r New York is a much larger build Ing than is necessary for this State and cost enormously more than is proposed to be expended upon ours and yet the ground occupied is not a bit larger if as large as that upon which our building is to be placed The Missouri and Arkan sas Capitols are upon just about the same quantity of ground that ours will occupy Again we say better let well enough alone It looks very suspicious y SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Judge A Rollins Burnam took his son Mr Lucien Burnam to Louisville on Monday and he was operated upon on Wednesday for appendicitis Tho operation was a decided success and Mr Burnam is doing very nicely- PROPERTY SOLD On Wednesday last Dr S B Holmes property on West Wop ping street was offered for sale Dr S E James bid 7660 for the whole property which bid was re jectedThe three vacant lots were then sold to Dr E E Hume for 3100 Dr Holmes held the whole prop erty at 8000 A NEW ENTERPRISE Two highly educated and accom plished young ladies Miss Kather iuo Elizabeth Suuaroe and Miss Rosalio Paulino Scearcc nova nrndo arrangements to open up a first class academy at Bagdad Ky to bo known as Shelby Institute Those young ladies are in every way competent to teach tho branches thoy propose to embrace in their curriculum vl1 Mathe matics English Latin hook Goi mau French Natural Science and are daughters of Mr George T Scearce himself a teacher of prominence We wish them all success in their now Hold C1A151S03 ZADears Blinaturo of n A GOOD DEED OF CHARITY The Captain of the Salvation Army with the assistance of Rev M B Adams took one of those girls from Long Ave who was dy ing with consumption to her sis ters home at Old Christiansburgf The trip was a tiresome one to her taking us from 7 a m to 2 p m but by Gods help and careful driv ing we arrived all O IC This is the kind of work the Salvation Army loves to do Many thanks to our Mayor for his help ITDONTFORGETWAIT FOR IT The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will run an excursion on the Falls City some time about the middle of Au gust The exact date will be given later The excursion will go to Tyrone or probably beyond that point Tho rate foi the round trip will be very low A nice and pleasant trip is assured Wait for it td LIKE DAISIES BEFORE THE SCYTHE Baby lives are destroyed in summer by cholera infantum The attack of the disease is sudden its progress is sometimes terribly rapid Mothers who have given their children Perry Davis Pain killer can tell how this treatment has checked the diarrhea and vom stings and put the little patient out of danger 25 and 60 cts LAIRD SCHOBER OIS II OXFORDS 0We have received the full spring line of these celebrated 4 OXFORDS We have them in Patent Leather the new Christy lie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Black and I Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schobor tfc Cos shoes are tine finest made r R 1Kr McCLURE SON ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY 7C12214 y ri IN KKEI OF MORE FUNDS By the following it will bo soon that tho Finance Committee of the Fourth of July nolobratlon is in need of more funds Tho expenses of tho Fourth of July celobration were greater by about 75 than was provided for or 2Illittoonowthis amount to close up outstand irg accounts Wo uiako an appeal to thoso who did not contribute to tho original fund ami ask thorn to cnino to our aid and thus save tho committee till necessity of a t further canvass of the city Send any subscription to either member of the committee and receive our thanltstJOHN H C ASS ELL GEO L PA YNEIWA HOWARD Finance CommlttooI A wboolmins tool bag isnt com pluto without a bottle of Dr Thomas Ecleotric Oil Heals cuts bruises stings sprains Monarch over pain Y M C A SOCIALS A series of socials will be given at the Y M C A through the summer by the different churches in tho city The first was given by the First Presbyterian Church last Thursday July 21 It wits owing to the inclement weather not very largely attended Tho ladies furnished ices and cakes for refresh ments which are very acceptable these warm nights Each occasion will be as informal as possible the entertainments will be music solos duetts and quartetts all the popular music of the day Besides ames the ladies entertallllEvory open Come and enjoy n cool drink and a chat with the fairer sex Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin dlteate ATTENTION Parties going on the C O Ex cursion to Atlantic City on Augus- 4th will please send in their names for sleeping car reservation as soon as possible G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky LETTER LIST letterts Saturday July 23 1901 Burton A C Gutman Donod Hancock Bettie Johnson Miss Maria 2 Kash Miss Laura Kiskman Edison Lawson Mrs Rosetta Matron Mrs W W Mills Mrs Lena Patterson Vlrgel Startsman Miss Edna Smith Mrs Lizzie F Steele Mrs Lottie Stones Miss Martha Persons calling for the Above let tars will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M Women love a clear healthy complexion Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood MISTAKEN In our notice lust week of the fact that Mr Darsio was the only pastor of a Frankfort church to die in tho pastorate we had fOlgottouI tho fact that Rev S pastor of the Southern Presbyter run oreIi had died while the in cumbontof tho position MrTone was a very eloquent und splendid young preacher who gave glen t promise for tho future hut was culled hence after only a short pastorate Our attention was called to this by our friend Miss Florence Payne CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought IIBoars the of Tdu FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Frankfort Ky July 18 1504 The Franklin Association of flap tist Churches will convene with tho First Baptist Church of Frankfort on Wednesday and Thursday the 4th and 2th lays of August 1D04 Pursuant to an order made at tho session of tho Association in at Pleasant Ridge Church it was thought advisable that a ClnI ruth convenient and permanent AsIsociatiunchurch with which tho nipot ngs bo hold under tbisarrange meat bo relieved of all tho taro necessity of providing enter tiinmont for the messengers and visitors and this meeting is to be holj under that provision Ample room will be provided by tho Frank fort Church in its former chapel for all visitors and messengers to spread lunch etc At a mooting of the Executive Board of the As sociation held this day this arrangement was unanimously adopted and by virtue of that arrangement tho placo of tho meeting the ensuing session was determined as at Frankfort The Frankfort church having previously tendered the use of their building for the above purposes and under above conditions also The following resolution was unan imously adopted Resolved That a committee of four viz J E Kirtley Jas A Scott N R Armstrong and E R Jones with the pastor of tie Frankfort Church as ex officio be appointed whose duty it shall be to formulate a plan and present it to the next meeting ofthe Associa tion whereby a suitable central place may be selected and all other necessary arrangements for the consideration of the Associa tionResolved That the Moderator of the Association be requested to throughtArgus and Recorder U V WILLIAMS Moderator Franklin Association The following standing commit tees are requested to have their re ports ready when the Association convenes State MissionsRev B P Roach Mrs W S Farmer Schools and CollegesWellington- Lee W B Jones Jr I Temperance Win C French Rev M B Adams Home Missions J E Kirtley Crawford Lee Foreign Missons Mrs N M Garrett Mrs W S Farmer Orpheus HomeJohn H Suter J B Hockensmith Sundayschools R Junes John Shoots Ministers Aid SocietyRev D Stocker Miss Daisy Beckon smith Young Peoples SocietyMiss Lena Kirtley Mrs E L Jones Baptist Literature Jofliey Alli son O C Konney- Womans Missionary Society lr81 L Campbell Mrs E R Junes Mrs Snub Lawson GREAT STRIKE SETTLED Tho big Chicago butchers strike which involved some ofiUOO mon and was likely to Involve as many 1Vudnuslaysarbitration and binding thom selves lo stand by tho award This is a happy solution of 1 very unhappy situation WILL MKK STOMACH ACHE IN FIVK MIXUTKS ThU is just what Painkiller will do try it Havo a bottle in the house for instant use as it will save you hours of sulluring Watch nut that tho dealer Ices not sell you an imitation us tho great repu tation of Painkiller Perry Davis huts induced many people to try to make something to soil said to be just as good as time genuine MOVINGOUT RAPIDLYOur DRY GOODS Have been moving out very rapidly luring the July Clearance Sale Time exceedingly low prices wo have put on them hits been a great inducement to tho purchasers We still have more goods loft and it will certainly be to your interest to come and see what we are offering Remember you can buy goods wily under regular prices and in many instances far below cost If you purchase now it will mean a big saving oftmoney to you We will men tion a few specials for this coming week 30 in wide Black Taffeta Silk would be a bargain at 125 guaranteed to wear sale price 98o per yd 20 in wide Colored Taffeta Silk pretty desirable shades regular price 75c to 90c sale price 59c yd 45 in wide Black and Navy Blue Voile regular price 100 solo price 75c per yd 44 in wide allwool Voile pretty desirable shades regu 100 sale price only oOc per yard 50 in wide Black Sicilian Cloth regular price 60c sale price 49c Ladiosand Children Hose j fast black all sizes i1fydParasols new styles beau tiful colorings at half price Also big reductions in the RendytoWear Department such as Suits Skirts and Shirt Waists C KAGIN BRO t 4143 St Clair St Frankfort I GO INTO CAMP 1 Messrs J MorganJChinn Wm L Williams Robt Nicol Uberto Keenon Thos E Kennoy and Jae F Smith have gone to Valley View to camp and fish for this week They will doubtless have lots of fun DELFGHTFUL Tho Fells City Excursion runJfrom this city to Tyrone on Saturday night was a great success There was a big crowd on board who enjoyed every moment of timeItrip Th heat pulled out o doc and retuined at about 1180 There was good music and dell ful lancing was inuulgod in by htiyoung folks JUG EXCURSION There wero more thou 200 people who tool advantauu of tho low Jdnand took in the sights of that city The party came homo at a m on Monday morning oclockJATTENTION WHI5AT HA Wo want to buy 100 K0 bushels of wheat fur which wo will pay tho highest cash price Wo furnish woks Call or address HOG COAlS AND NEED CO KyMothJuly 23tf Mr Weavers Syrup v Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the ekialt y ii m = PER90AIAJ Mrs Lyniin S Graham is visit ing friends in Louisville Miss Susio MeHonry is the guest t of relatives in Louisville Mrs W V Crossflld is visiting relatives at Farmdnle IHlI1ttridl1Rev Otto W Kompor of Mid way spent Tuesday in this city Mr Chili W Whitehead wont to Cincinnati on Sunday Mr Whit Moore of Cincinnati was a visitor here this week cF1r 1 Will Graham went to C1 cinmiti on Sunday Mr John ttuinpf of Vorsailcs 1 was in the city Monday Mr W T Reading Jrv Spoilt Sunday in Cincinnati Mr Luther Morgan went to Cit cinnati on Sunday Mss Anna Boston of Cincinnati is visiting relatives in this city Mr Gen T Browdor of Louis ville was a visitor here Saturday Mrs W L Williams visited friends in Hnrrodsburg this seek Mr T 1 Dinocn of Lexington sras hero his old home on Sunday II r MoKcnzio Ti Todd returned Wednesday night from Louisville Col1 D Martin has gone on 11I business trip to Chicago Ills Mrs A M Slack is visiting role tives in Georgetown Dr O IL Domnron has returned from trip to the Worlds Fait Mr Ron F Sutor is rusticating at L Drennon Springs Henry county 5 Miss Lily Roy has gono to r oliseyule to visit relatives- i Mr W S Magill of Pittsburg Pa was a visitor here this week Mr Lewis 71 Finnoll spout Snn X clay irs Cincinnati spelltSnllda Newri Miss Fannie Martin of Midway visited relatives hero this week Mr Ed E Abbott spout Sunday in Cincinnati Mrs W C Parker of Versailles wns a visitor her last week Mrs IL H Tillson visited rely J tives in Cincinnati this week Mr Al W Caplinger and laugh tor wont to Cincinnati on Sunday Col A D Martin has returned from the eastern cities t Miss Margaret Burckhardt is vis iting friends at Lawrenceburg Mrs John H Stuart visited in Louisville this week Mr Edgar Armacost and wife of Versailles visited hero this week Miss Flora Rhea is visiting rely gives in Lexington M1rs1 S Simcox and daughter t returned Monday flour Cincinnati rAMiss Elsie Leavy is visiting rely itves in St Louis Mo Mr Earl Rogers spout Sunday in Cincinnati Mr Toe S Simcox spent Sunday in Cincinnati 1Irr Craik Jackson of Cincin nut 0 is visiting relatives here Mr Stephen Gibbs and wife visited friends in Newport Sunday Mr John K Todd of Sliolby ville was in the city Tuesday Mr John E Glenn and son visited in Cincinnati on Sunday t J Miss Mary Belle Taylor is visit Jug sit Port Huron Micii Misses Lizzie and Eva Lutkemier are guests of friends in Cincinnati Mr 1 Davis trended the Elks IRounion in Cincinnati Mr W P Thome Jr of EmlI nonce was in the city We Mr John R Walters and Mr Xiawronoo Cloud attended the Elks Reunion in Cincinnati Mrs Thos N Arnold has returned from French Lick Springs P ZncLk Jore Downing of the Postal Telegraph Co in this city wont to Cincinnati on Wednesday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was In the city Wodnes day Mr Dan J Crowe of tho Lexing t ton Herald was in the city of Sunday li Mr George Rumpf of Miami I Flu was the guest of Mr W Mo Koo Harelip West Side this wools to L Miss Pauline MeCullough of Georgetown was the guest of friends kern Sunday Miss Harriett J Evans has gono to Union City Ponn to visit rola L t tivos y Rev Father Goobol of Loxing = ton was tho guest of Rev Father T S Major on Sunday Mrs P H Newman Tr sind son George have gone to Grand Rapids Mich Miss Susie Tombs has gone to Olymphia Springs for a two weeks stayII triO I1 Rev M R Adams was nnexpect wily called to Georgetown on Mon ling afternoon Mrs herd Jacobs was called toI Cincinnati on Sunday to attend the funeral of a friend Miss Bessie Flynn of Lexington was the guest of Mrs George Han cock this county this week Misses Annie and Mamie Magill wont to Cincinnati Sunday to meet their brother Mr W S Magill Miss Annie Manford visited 811 sister Mrs C T Duvall at Stamp ing Ground on Sunday Miss Eudora South of Jetts the guest of Miss Florence Shatvl this week Mr Geo C Shaw and sons Hay lie and George C Jr spent Sun day in Cincinnati Mr O N Smith and wife are at Martinsvillo Ind for a two weeks vacation Miss Lilian Thomson who hits been visiting relatives at Madison Ind has returned home Mrs Win M Lyons who has been visiting relatives at Nicholas ville her old home has returned JlldgC1 H Hazelrigg left for Martinsville Ind on Tuesday toil join his family Mrs Chits E Vreeland of Louis ville is the guest of her son Mr Hubert Vreeland Mr Russell Bridgoford spoilt Sunday with his parents in Cincin nati Miss Eloise liooe is vistiing rola fives itt her old homo in Flemings burg Mi s Susan Kavanangh of Novport is the guest of Miss Josephine Kavanangh Todd street Mrs John M Jameson and daughter Miss Martha are visit ing friends in Cynthiana Mr Jos Rupert and wife visited friends at Paynes Depot Saturday and Sunday Mr Dyke Hazolrigg who has been in St Louis Mo has re turned home Mr George Wise is tho guest of Messrs Harry and Roland Weitzel at the Capital Hotel Mr Thos 1 Drowry of Louis vUle was a visitor here Wednes clayMr Sylvester Meek and wife of Rockford Ills worn guests of Mrs Richard Church this week Rev W r McEwan D D of Pittsbnrg Penn is visiting his mother in this city Miss Eleanor Cannon of Mid way is the guest of her uncle Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill Mr W R Rhodes of tho Maplo City Soap Co Monmouth Ills was a visitor here Wednesday Prof H C McKee and wife have returned from a visit to the Worlds FairDr C A Fish who hits been visiting at his old home in Richmond has returned home Miss Guay of Connecticut is the guest of her aunt Mrs A n Mar tin Main street South Side Mrs Cordelia Williams of Irvine was the guest of her parents Mr S C Bull Sr and wife Mr Hen H McEwan of Nash vine loon is visiting his aunt Mrs r Frank Johnson Mr Ed J Roberts and Mr Wsil spurtSunday F Mr John B Dryden Sr of tho Cull attended tho Elks Reunion in Cincinnati this week Mr Will G Woit7el of tho Frank 8larMiss Nellie Marshall visited Miss O Mnry Rockwell in Cincinnati this week y Prof T H Fuqua and wife have gone to Waco Texas to visit their daughter Mrs W B Corley of Louisville who was tho guest of Mrs J W Marksbury has returned home Miss Brown Duvall who has boon visiting friends in Paducah has returned home Mr John H Cassell and Mr W W Scott loft on Saturday for French Lick Springs bud Miss Eliabotli Barrett of Denver Goorgenur8icMiss Ann Church of Louisville Of who has bout the guest of friends hero has returned home Mrs Ed C ORear is visiting relatives at her old homo in Mt terlingcMr d Scearce of Lexington was in the city Monday on route Bagdad Is htllllHdCincinnati Fred Eo Jouott OuostoJhw4 WtlusMrs Earl Rogers and children who have been visiting friends inMMason county have returned Col George Doniphan of Augusta was in the city on legal busi- nOSS1hursduy u t f 4 iit mr r fT ArI r t i v lfII i l g W uu JEIHEi o FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERi Im PwahMf tilr h We Are Here to Stay The New Enterprise Grocery Store No 211 Clinton Struct the Oliutt Buildin Will fur goodsofgoods Call and see our Prices Satisfaction guaranteed L R DIGGSProprietor Phone No 501 Mrs Goo A Lewis and Miss Belie Giltnor visited relatives in the county yesterday Mrs Robt L Greene is visiting relatives at her old home ini Bracken county laughterMissof Mi A F Mitchell in this city Mrs Ben H Blanton of Knox reluItiVersailles Miss Edith Posey and Miss Ida iJiall130llMr W D Grant of St Louis parentstnjWashington street daughtNof Miss Ella Stephens have returned home Mrs H S Keller and son Dal Ins glad Miss Coninel Crutclior loft Thursday for tho Worlds Fair at St Louts Mrs Grant Groon and sons John and Grant of Abingdon W Va are guests of her parents Col John Davis and rife Broadway Mr Robert Crutcher of Louisville is upending his vacation here tho guest of his sister Mrs H S Keller Miss Clara Konna of Bolleviow Miss OBrien of Paris who been guests of Ihs W B Connell have returned homo Miss Clara Haldoman of Louis ill 0 who has boon tho guest of Mrs S Sbackolford as re turned homo Capt C C Calhoun and wife who have boon visiting her aunt eltyhuvoMrs John W Rodman and chil dren Master John W Jr and Miss Gladys are guests of Mrs J Matthews at Now Castle Muster Marshall Adams loft Friday for Mason county to visit his grandparents Mr A lC Marshalland wife ExSenator Leslie Worthington Msiysville was a visitor hero yesterday and made us a pleasant call LynchburgDr U V Williams yester duyMr1 Smith of Eutaw Ala the guest of Assistant Slate untiug1ToddMrs Annie Thomas nee Waller maul who lugs been visiting rela at her old homo at Hamilton has returned Mrs John W Gaines who has tho guest of Mrs Liio M at Lakeland has returned ome Mrs Martha T George and son r David T George of Loos Summit Mo loft Monday after theyfarmorlywill start on heir return Acme tjf rTt jftt 0 Miss Ida lL Dryden who has RossAreturned homo ehilIronreturnedluotnoIfiss Nora Whitosides of JoHor isonvillo Tad who has heal visit roturnedIthis county JIyncluattended tho Elks Reunion in Cin cinnati this week RitorCroclettanl Mr Frank Kavanaugh attended tho Elks Reunion in Cincinnati el1tortain1dguostIUssMrs Letha Williams who has boon tho guest of her won Mr Jesse P Williams has returned to her homo in Louisville a Mr Ferd VanDoveer the noted MCll1phisfollnAnna VanDovoor this week Mrs Kitchell Walker nee Nor wood of Waco Texas and sister Miss Norwood of Lexington are guests of Mrs S W Hagor Miss Nettie Walcutt of Lake- land who has been flue guest of Mrs C W Bcckham pas returned homo Mrs David Vanarsdall and daughter of Harrodsburg wore guests of Mrs M D Averill this week Col Sam J Shackelford who was called to Clinton Mo by the dangerous illness of his sisterin law has returned homo Mr J B Lewis of this office was tho guest of his brother in law Mr Carver Abbott in West wood Ohio on Sunday Mr Alfred C Mickkolsen of Chi I cage Ills who camo hero to in stall our now Morgan thaler Linoe typo Machine loft for homo on Thursday Mrs Mary Blakeinore who hits been with her laughter Mrs Lafo Crutcher hits gone to Versailles to visit hot daughter lira Goo C Graddy Mr C French Thompson of Dos sett Pool who has hewn visiting hit parents Mr R P Thompson and wife at Jetts roturnod homo on Thursday Mr John Vischor tho father of jOrNwill remain until cool weather being in very poor health Division Secretary for tho State of the Y M C A and late local Secretary Mr Blake W Godfrey was tho guest of Secretary J Paul Swain on Monday Mrs W L Rodman and laugh ter of Philadelphia Ponn and Miss Eleanor S Pusoy of Louis yule woro guests of Dr John P Stewart this rook Ltarrks IidneyaGlobes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE 11cureDiabetes Seminal Emissions Weak mind Lame Bnck Rheumatism and nlllrrtguiolarities nf the Kidneys nod Bladder in JI both men and women Sold at 0 cents per box on trio No Cure No Pay bn iajSent by mail postage paid upon receipt of lriclitMIlYELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR ifBcrPersonally Conducted Party if Tho onh exclusive Yellowstone n Purl excursion from this seetioiiii-i 1904 will bo run by the Monon Chicago Northwestern it North ern Pacific Railways leaving Cin cinnati Louisville and IndianupolisI 0 on Wednesday train will bo called Tho Yellow stone Park Special and will bo composed of Pullman palace sloop els dining und baggage cars It will run to Yellowstone Park and roturn without change although it stops for sightseeing will bo made at several places All expenses will bo included in tho ticket and everything furnished will bo first class An Illustrated folder telling all about tho tour can bo had by call lag on or addressing E H Bacon t Dist Pass Agt Monon Route Fourth and Market Sts Louis ville Ky td Horse Timers ChronographsSplit JFi ve Minute Re peaters F Minute Repeaters r In Gold Gold Filled And SilvcrtFOR SALE BYE H SELBERTw Leading Jeweler II IIiIrrI 4 = =HONORED ITSELF Missouri Democratic Con which noininittud Hon Jos frvontion of St Louis for Gover week honored itself moro highly than it could possibly do Mr Folk Oh for a Folk in Ken tacky FINDS GIRL WHO SAVED HIM As the culmination of a wartime romance Lieut H R Merrill of Geneva has gone to Charleston Mo to marry Mrs Jl A Campbell During the fall of 1802 Lieut Mor rill was stationed near Charleston A young girl came from Igor fathers farm and warned the sprightly SOIHI1Ingcapture Ho escaped one hour ahead of his enemies From that time to this tho two have never seen each other It was but a few weeks ago ho located her and a correspondence sprung up which clImnx1DosChicago Chronicle KENTUCKY FAIR DATES rime following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as far as leported Crab Orchard July 27 3 days Lexington Horse Show August 3 8 days Danville August 3 3 days Georgetown August 7 o lays Harrodsburg August 9 8 lays Eminence August days rJ4Iwrlllcohtng August 134 lays 15 8 lays t Broclhead August 17 3 days Fern Crook August 28 4 days Shelbyvil le August 23 4 lays Shepherdsvillc August 23 4 days Springfield August 24 4 dnysISomerset August 80 4 Nicholasvillo August 30 3 days daysj6 4 days Hartford September 21 4 days ii MISTAKE IN PLOWING t While talking to a Loader man a 1t Fayotto farmer said Do you know fl that many farmers made a big mis Fftakn last spring in plowing up their looking wheat fields Yes I they did as we can now see I know one man who plowed up I sixty acres and put it in corn bo lIcause the wheat looked so bad w Another ono got ready to plow up a hundred acres that looked mighty thin and bad promising to bo a fifaihlll But ho finally concluded alone nnd see what It would Tho duo spring rains came on 1and the Held camo out finely and 5t lately ho reaped thirty bushels to f tho acre It acorns that touch of V the grain laid dormant in tho ground not sprouting up and shoot ing out until utter tho spring rains came onG- OES o TO FAR OFF FIELD Rev John Luke for tho last live years State Secretary of tho Col- logo Departont of tho Kentucky Y rl M C A hits resigned that posi tion to take an appointment con furred him by tho Southern Bap fl tist Missionary Society as a mis i sonary to Canton China Tho Rev Mr Lake will devote tho re mainder of tho summer to Y if C A work in the State and will leave the middle of September r FLOWER HUNT limo Kings Daughters Wido Cir ole of Stoadmantown will give a flower hunt party at Mr Dick Morris on the Owonton pike Saturday night July 28d for tho benefit of the Kings Daughters Hospital Cream and cake will ho served 2t t FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy will bo sent on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited today for our free book twhioh gives oar references terms etc 1rANHA1IAS-SN C Dept B 1185 Broadway Now York City II rI 4 t 1 iIJ + DEATHS 0111llIoRdaabout 75 years Tho remains wore hero for interment TMIPEREMPTORILY DISCHARGED Twontvflve girls employed by the K D W H Co at a Tyrone distillery threatened to strike if the forewoman was not removed dhIchntgl t1fIBUYS ANOTHER LOT AND CONTRACTS FOR HOUSE Judge Thos H Paynter has pur chased tho lot on Shelby street owned by tho Geo T Stagg Co and next to Dr1 A Pose Price private fudge Paynter has also closed tho contract for a handsome residence to bo erected on the lot next to his recent purchase on tho corner of Shelby and Third streets This is ono of the handsomest building sites in tho city Illinois Central Seventh t River Louisville No yfenmphisC N 0 ftil No Leaves p m Arrives 745 n rn Now Orleans No lOILoot ri r01 p in Arrives 59p in No Local Mull Lea fM 720 n m tntermeKlint For Fulton Piulucnh and points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HlgiH1vlllo and Hopkinsville except no Sunday service to Elialiothtmvn villo Stops at all stations 0131 Accommodation No 132 Leaves p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodccnvillo nnd Eliabethtown except Sundays stol nt all stations onII Trains Run Daily COLLEGES CONSOLIDATED Two Baptist colleges located in the southeastern part of Kentucky which have been heretofore strong rivals have consolidated into one to bo known as Oneida Baptist In stitute and located at Onoida Clay county Tills is a result of time efforts of the committee consisting of J Ie Nunnelly chairman Georgetown M B Adams Frankfort and A F Baker Jollieo appointed by the General Association to reconcile these two Baptist alleges located in the same county Clay ono at Oneida known as Mamro College and the other lo cated at Burning Springs known as Loremio College CRAWL FOR APPENDICITIS Gorman medical journals rcommending a now and aroI mothod for appendicitis tbo ployment of which it is declared will obviate tho necessity for the use of tho knife in the groat ma jority of oases This remedy consists in walking on all fours twenty minutes four times a day A contemporary states that this method not only original but almost aboriginal However this may be the method Is certainly worthy of considera tion This method of treatment operates by strengthoning tho ab dominal muscles Whoa the muscles lave relaxed the bowels become displaced congested and diseased tho disease extends to the appendix and thus an inflamma tion is produced It is claimed that a wellknown Gorman diplomat has boon recently cured of appendicitis by this method A THIN ARGUMENT The argument is gravely inado that there is not room onough to erect a suitable building upon tho accordingtominds us of tho foot that a gentle man once had a lot feet wide upon which he wanted to erect a eluployedtoldthe lot was not big enough The that can Moral obvious OA S L LABears tho s H KiLLTHE COUCH AND CURS THE LUWGS WITH brmIH gs a NSI jscover FOil CONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS I50cBarest and Quickest Cure for all IIi THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK lyi DR E C ROEMELE Specialist on Children Olllco and rrsiilimcH above DiseasesI ODONNKLL TurKiiioNKs OldS84 New 36 CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is much overdrawn Tho poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by HrtlJl1Freois made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger cnnlboregularlya warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size loc At all drug gists yr THE THE DEATH OF MEXICAN WAR VETERAN Mr James L Harlan a cousin of U S Supreme Justice John 11 Harlan died at his homo in Danville on Wednesday aged 76 years Mr Harlan was the last but one of tho Mexican war veterans who went out in the company com manded by Capt Speed S Fry afterwards General Fry THIS IS Year AND YOU rsrIKEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY A YEAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues mail COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination otTer must be tent through tho Kouiuln bout oilier i t 9ViM WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE SOUTHERN BAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to theI FAIRI Look at the schedules Leave Louisville 8J50 a in daily dailySolid Leave Louisville 1011 m daily Arrive St Louis 78J a m dally Solid through train from Louis yule with sixteen section Pullman Sleeper All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds 1IJOW excursion rates will be an soon 11V CREWS T P Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis IoI E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY remarkedo Presidential Courier JournalHE- NRY x100 publishedSend andI AgentLoxington EXSENATOR VEST DYING ExSenator Goorgo Graham Vest of Missouri but born and raised in this city is dying at Sweet Springs Mo Mr Vest is an able man but has worn out his physical frame ON THE RAGGED EDGE The situation between and Russia owing to the nglnndI some English vessels and in time Red Sea has become very much strained and there is no two to ono that these nations may not be at each others throats very soon It is to be hoped that wise coun oils may prevail YiHERES A TINY A The smallest baby over born in Columbia county was that recently EdwnrlllSmithmonths ago it weighed loss than a pound but has grown slightly until now weighs one and onehalf pounds Tt is perfectly developed in evoiy way and appears to bo in excellent health WHY NOT PATRONIZE JAS B CLAY The Popular Barber nshillgt1I1I trtIFor u Good Shave X Shampoo t u 4F JOHNSON lawyer FRANKFORT KENTUCKY A VKKY CLOSE CALL It stuck to my engine although overt Joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any 1IIIIHtitu amid run down was about to give up I got a bottlo of Electric hinter anti after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in KJ life Weak sickly run down people always gain now life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists Price 50 coutsI 1 ii I r J c iitatohn a a sr irnH naav b 4ETW- EEFJLouisville AND Chicago t TOCALIFORNIA IAND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION PTAT1ON CHICAGO IDining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON P A 4i Cor4lli mid MarkctSt LoulsvliAs DOM KsiTIC TROUBLES Tt is exceptional to find a family I1IptUllSKingsXIW i greatworktroubles They nut only relieve dmgI This signature id on every hOt of the Laxative Bromo Quinine genuineIthe remedy that ow a n OLi in Asheville N C J CENTER OF THE EACTIFULiiS Land of the Sky J A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thous and feet above the 11ur the sea Situated in the most favored por tion of the temperate zone 1 4ofav Ji orages Spring nH40 degrees F Summer 7U7i degrees F Autumn oi54S degrees F Winter iiS87 de IwhnloRE ACHED OX LY BY THErSoHtheruIai1waya kyIbooklet stump to- MM GEO ALIEX Aslant iriu nil IaMuiitfrr Agent St Louis Mo e H 11UNOEUFOR1 District PlIlIlllIJel Agent t LnuUvillc Ky Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerateheala skin eruption W Gayle asks the renders of this paper who mire sullering with indigestion or dyspepsia to cull on him at once and get a bottle dKodol Dyspepsia Cure II know time vjiluu of this remedyas wo know it you would not suiter another day Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is a thorough ligestlit and tissuebuilding tunic as well It is endorsed personally by hundreds of people whom it has cured of Indigos tion dyspepsia palpitation of tho heart and stomach troubles gun ti orally Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests what you emit It is pleas ant palatable and strengthening i O A Si T O 3= irc A IBoars Biguaturo 1of si 11he Rata Bought r TIE FrankfortHuunOaDout J = = Eiitcroil at the iwstofllcc nt Frankfort Ken lucky secondclass 1l1IiIil hit matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub i FRANKFORT JULY 23 1904 THE LESSON OF ILLINOIS Graft knows no politics writes Lincoln Stoflens in the August Mc I Cluros and ho then proceeds to prove his case by finding a parallel for Democratic Missouri whose he last discussed in his tfseries of articles on Enemies of the Republic in Republican Illinois As in Missouri the move ment toward selfgovernment began in the effort of its largest city to free its self from the rule of special interestsAfter an eight years political war the Republican party of Illin ois the ruling party has been brought to represent the people As in Missouri the peoples struggle for independence was led by the prosecuting attorney of St Louis Joseph W Folk in a contest for the Democratic nomination for Governor so in Illinois the tri umph for public opinion and public interest has come in the nomina tion for Governor of Charles S Dinoen tho prosecuting attorney of Chicago by the Republicans of IllinoisThe of this eight years war as told by Mr Stetfens is a real story full of interesting incident and significance The most im portant concrete case which Mr Steffens uses to illustrate his ar againstIthe Illinois legislature The com plete repudiation of the political ring which had furthered special interests and blocked government for the people came in the Repub f Bean State Convention of this r summer which is described it Mr Steffons drives homo clearly and forcibly a number of important t lessons in telling the story of this rf wwar for political independence Political corruption ho writes IUis a force by which representa tive democracy is transformed into an oligarchy representative of special interests and the medium of the revolution is the party SoI any movement towards practical reform must recognize and deal jfwith parties Whichever party is t in power is the grafters party so Mmust the reformer make it his also if he would achieve practical re form In this story of Illinois as in Missouri we have tho fighting done within the party and that is I right Fur parties do rule us and if American citizens will stick to party then it is Important for all of us to know what each decides within himself to represent all ofI us or a few of us the common in terests which ask for nothing but law order and fair play and pay for these in takes that sustain tho State or those special interests 1which seek special favors and pay for them in bribes which corrupt tho State More important even than thisI conclusion Mr Steffens points out fitsolfment and State government are ofI one sovereignty and as for corruption the city and tho State are in ono system and tho city man toaneeds This Is the lesson that both Mis souri and Illinois have had to learn aid its learning bespeaks better conditions for both city mind StnteI HOTTEST OF SEASON Tuesday last was tho hottest day of tho season so far jhe govern ment thermometer showed de grees at 8 oclock p m Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample t SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 50C and zoo all druggists if U t i i lhiS iLg 1iI rw 1ji MotlJer Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that medicines have cured little girl of nineof spasms Shecontmencedhavingthem- at the age of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic a form He did her no good either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to m child I gave her in all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture My motherinlaw lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank very much for good medi cines and kind advice I dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in Arkansas MRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreas Dr Miles Medical Elkhart Ind PROMINENT GENTLEMAN DISAPPEARS The following dispatch appeared in the Louisville Evening Post of Tuesday Lexington Ky July l9Local detectives have been instructed to watch out for the lIon J R Adams of Clarksburg Y Va who hits disappeared Mr Adams who is sovenrysix years of ago and an uncle of Rev M B Adams of Frankfort went to Springfield 0 to visit relatives and left that city on July 5 on route to Frankfort When last heard from ho had reached Cincinnati and had taken tho train for Lexington Ho was known to have had considerable money on his person when he dlsInppeamd In addition we may say that MrI Adams left the train at Georgetown to obtain a lunch It is feared that when ho paid for his lunch lie was seen to have money and that he was followed and made way with His two sonsinlaw and Rev M B Adams are doing all they can to ascertain his whereabouts Ton thousand demons gnawing away at ones vitals couldnt be much worse than the tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure Doans Ointment never fails DAMAGE DONE BY BIG STORM Paris Ky July 20Bourbon county AvasvisitPd by a heavy wind and rainstorm yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock The wires of hoth tho East Tennessee and Bourbon Home Telephone companies were blown and twisted together many poles being blown down hundreds of trees up Itlirtodboth sots of wires the butt resting over the Bourbon Home and the top branches over the East Ten toIwheat and hay stacks floating in temporary lakes made in the meadows from the deluge of rain Tho path of the storm was about 100 feet wide and fortunately no house or living thing was in its path JUDGE UPTON W MUTR MEETS SUDDEN DEATH The shocking news was received hero on Wednesday night that Judge Upton W Muir judge of one of tho Louisville Common Plnas Courts was drowned that duty while bathing in tho surf at Capo May N1 Judge Muir was the son of Judge P B Muir and was snaking a flute record as judge to which position he had but leconMy been elevated SCHOOL FUND GETS 500000 MORE IOXEYI Under a ruling of Attorney Gen oral N B Hays tho common school fund of tho State will bo in creased by tho sum of 500000 for Its proportion of tho leonine of tho State Insurance Bureau for the last several years This will help to swell tho per capita paid tho teach ors Wo are glad of this Teachers are underpaid any way = ANOTHER TESTIMONIAL We give below another testi monial of alVootion from ono who knew and loved our doparted friendPetersburg Va July 18 1504 Editor Roundabout My Derv Sir and Brother As I unfold your over welcome paper this morning my heart is deeply pained and saddened at tho announcement of the loath of Bro Darsio I can hardly believe that it is true Ho was so full of health and fine enthusiasm that ho seemed to have a lease on a long happy and useful lifo In his death I have lost a warm personal friend The sorrow of Frankfort is my sor row What a noblo earnest man he was How hopeful he wns always looking for the good in men and always finding it I shall never forgot his warm fellowship in the great B Fay Mills meetings There wo worked and prayed side by side He and I were often in the same house at the same time looking aftor those who had ex pressed an interest in salvation In every place and en all occasions I always found him a ll1gehearted sympathizing Christian brother Ho believed in time triumph of righteousness and loved his fellowmen He made it easier for men to believe in goodness and to serve his Master Ho was an encourage ment and an inspiration to nil his Christian brethren and a pillar of strength in dear old Frankfort We shall miss him greatly May tho Lord of all grace comfort time be reavod and bless his memory to the good of all our hearts Yours in sympathy W G TAYLOR A boon to travelers Dr Fow lers Extract of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery diarrhea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Perfectly harmless- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At a called meeting of Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C Saturday July 9 at tho homo of Mrs E L Samuel Frankfort Ky the following resolutions of respect were offered to the memory of tho late Gen Joseph H Lewis Whereas God in His infinite love and mercy has called from our midst our beloved friend Gen Joseph H Lewis born October 24 1824 died July 6 1904 to join the ranks of the vast host of comrades who have tented beyond the river therefore be it Resolved That in the death of our beloved commander Gen Joseph H Lewis for whom our Chapter was named we have lost a true friend a loyal sympathizer a Christian compatriot a faithful citizen soldier Resolved That wo as a band ofI Daughters render this expression of regard and condolence with grieved hearts feeling that in the passing of Gen Joseph H Lewis this Chapter las suffered the loss of a tried and true friend to a cause thats lost but forever fade loss in tho bosom of a deathless memoryResolved That we tender to his bereaved family our assurance of mingled sorrow and respect and that a copy of these resolutions bo tendered them and spread upon minutes of our Chapter also to published in our local papers the Louisville CourierJournal Confederate Veteran Lost Cause and Glascow Times MRS SOUTH TRIMBLE MISS ELIZA OVERTON MRS NELLY STEDMAN COX- Committee IN MEMORIAM 1 Wo furl our flog and toll the funeral bull Time brave true heart is stilled And so we bow in sweet submission to the twillIOf God II His sword is sheathed so is the coat of Yet plotted loop within these hearts of ours The lost cause memories sweet as deathless flowers Forever and for Io- N S C July 14 1501 i r Cniiyri fowliffon 1owucrn un lust what a horse needs when in braY oiulition Tonic blood purifier mid irniifiigo They are not food bu uieiliciuo and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 teats per package For sale by J 1V Gayle and LoCompte Gayle genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold in one day f ir 1 INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTSO- ne of the greatest difficulties which confronts us when sickness enters our homes is finding proper food for the invalid At such times the appetite is abnormally capric ious and most food which affords proper nourishment is not dainty and l 11BISCUITFOR ALL Iadigested assist Nature until the digestive iinffll organs can resume their natural functions UI 15 MEALS CENTS HEADQUARTERS HouR 1 AMERICAN FIELD AND FENCE SINeR t iNt11MJ Iad 46 tN I7 Regular Style Stays rs Inor 6 in apart llS5INCH 6lnJ w JIN 34 481 joISpecial Hog Horse Cattle Style Stays 121n 61n apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever ti lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hofJa it will save ycu money and fecse your fields so will FRANK G STAGGJ SJPBCIAZ AGBNT 1 to to to Ideal Vacation 01 PlacesThere t that adjoining a of lakes clear as and Here delightful out and you enter into a summer life perfectly free from everyday conventionalities irt The cost is very moderate Board and rooms in farm houses and small summer at rates averaging from 5S to 58 week are also many furnished cottages for rent at reasonable rates This entire is by of The Lake ShoreAlsCtl- and Michigan Southern the D T M R R which it To in selecting a the following books will be sent cents in postage to cover part of mailing cost to The Ideal Lend containing pages 8x10 inches of views from photographs made especially to Illustrate some of the lake country to Oulet Retreats to containing a list of summer places summer hotels farm cottages and camps with rates features of location and other information Address A J SMITH 0 P T A Cleveland O LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION OHIIFAllST LOUIS 1514 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Quonn Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopovur privileges at Cincinnati good rot tun days on JOday and to city tickets Rates Frankfort 50day tickets 12Ki Ijjda tickets Lift Coach excursion tickets 8 excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and of each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets routes available from Cin cinnati e Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago d St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton S Dayton Ry Convenient schedules No change of depots necessary Through tickets from Frankfort Sleeping car reservations secured if advised- S E HUTTON td General Passenger Agent 15 to and or southern Michigan and northern Indiana country many beau tiful running streams crystal deep woods are places for fishing boating bathing camping pleasures where simple Joyous hotels There region reached trains Ry operates assist vacation place Vacation beautiful and Summer boarding including houses furnished from Conch Three kindred MICHIGAN AND RETURN I10 Via Motion Route nni Stnniner I PetoskoyHurbor and Charlevoix limo Monon Routo wig sell tinltotsWfrom Louisville to tho lightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chi 1sttmmHhlpgood returning fifteen days Berths if htfornHllocation and the letter a la carte Tills is tho ono lord only annual rail Cud Lake Michigan otning at rL greatly reduced prico and by the 11Iequal For reservations and J further information address E H unbolt D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions 1 f 4 r LAST WEEK OF THE JULY JUBILEE SALE AT FARMERS I IAn uncqualed chance to got a sty lish high quality skirt at remark able prices 4 00 Skirts 2 59 6 00 Skirts 3 89 Blue and Black Dnck Skirts 89c SUITS Wool Silkor Wash Suits at onehalf price SALE CLOSES SATURDAY JULY 30TH 3 RESOLULTIONS At a meeting ofthe Board of Officers of the Christian Church at Frankfurt Ky hold July 12 1001 for the purpose of taking action on the death of its minister George Darsio the following resolutions were adopted Resolved That in the death of our beloved pastor we recognize suffered anour irreparable loss Through years of unremitting toil he was to alike a helper and teacher and to those in afflic r tion with singular patience and sweetness he gave from his abundance all that human love and sympathy could offer Identifying J1hneelf this church as pastor in September 1879 it may bo said that its the cohesion of Jts membership whatever of broadness and liberality of ChriS- tian spirit it stay possess and itt standing usefulness as ti are the fruits of his ohurchIunselfish labor Not only was ho a live sive preacher a mini of learning culture a man whose attainments wore a gut1nmodel of the ftantleumn The touch of his hand und his approving smile were an InspiruioM We loci that wo can safely say that there was never a member of Ibis congregation scarcely a citizen who came in contact with him who was not made stronger and better for having him To the dear wife who is bereft we tender our deepest sympathy We offer our prayers that she may be sustained and able to en lure with and resignation the most unspeakable atuiction iithat could have her and remaining devoted members of the family we tender our sincere love and To our whose loss is so great we his life as an example and as we are sure ho would have us do direct them lor consolation to Him who doeth all things well- Resolved That these resolutionsI bo spread at large on the church record and that a copy be fur unshed the family and the press C C FURR Chairman H HAZELRIGG W C MARSHALL W G SIMPSON J S COLEMAN- W y P SCOTT LEE A OWEN H G MATTER j E MILES 1I LAFE WELLS J H CASSELL ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW tSlAGBLINE I Stamping Ground to Owonton Ky Efleetivn July 1st the following schedule has hewn established Leave Frankfort fio0 m t Arrive Stumping Ground 722 a tn Leave Stamping Ground 800 a tn Arrive at Owenton 400 p m Returning Loavo Owenton 800 m irArrivo Stamping Ground 1001- in Leave Stamping Ground 048 p m Arrive Frankfort 720 p m The following rates of furl will apply IJetwcon Stumping Ground and Owonton 100 Between Stamping Ground and Hosier h cents j Between Ground and Bethany 50 uuntsIBetween Stamping Ground and Sutorvillo 25 cents Between Stamping Ground and MInorsvillo 25 cents S E BUTTON General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway jiitll7r JUBILEE SALE WASH GOODS 50c Linen Voiles 15c 25c Scotch Milton JOe LAWNS 25c Lace Stripe 121c 15c Lawn 9c lOc and 12Jc Lawn Tic WHITE GOODS20c Pique 12e WAISTS Waists MEMORIAL congregation congregation ISURVEY COMPLETED The survey for the Frankfort and Versailles Traction line down the Creek Valley across the river at the mouth of creek thence into the city by Cedar Run and the Lawrenooburg pike was completed tills week The survey had already been made down the old Versailles pike Now let the company decide which route they will build and go to work More work and not so much hot air- KNOW WHEN THEY HAVE A GOOD THING The Madison Ind Chautauqua know when they have a good The Frankfort Cornet Band fur1 nishod them music before and now they have engaged our boys for this year The Chautauqua will bo given early in August PRIMARY ORDERED The Democratic Congressional mary election to be held on October 2d for the nomination of a candi date for Congress As October 2d is Sunday wo guess there will have to be a change in the date Col Dan L Moore Mr Harvey Helm and Congressman G G Gilbert will all enter the list- APPOINTMENTS The Governor has appointed Hon I H Thurman of Springfield to he Circuit Judge to fill the va cancy in the Lebanon District caused by the death of Judge Chas PattersonCol V Triplitt of Owens boro has been appointed County Judge of Daviess county to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Haskins AWARDED HIGH HONORS Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney has received information that his son Prof T Lindsey Blayney who has recently been elected to a Professorship in Central University at Danville has had the honorable degree of Doctor of Philosophy con furred upon him by Heidelberg University Germany Prof flinty icy has been a student of that Uni versity for several years SPECLIJRAlES Excursion Train to Cincinnati Iho Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway in conjuction with tint Q C C will run another of thoir special low into excursions from this city to finiMiuuiti on Sunday Aug 14 at the low rate of 125 for trilPrnin leave this city at 7 m Returning will leave lath at 81 m td PILES UPON TOP OF PILLS Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DoWitts Wituh Haxel Salve cures them There Ito many tliiforont lands of Piles hut if you got the gonuino and original Witch Hazel Salvo made by E C DoWitt iC Co of Chicago a cure is curtain H A Tisdalo of Summorton S 0 says I had piles twentyyears and DeWitts Salvo cnre me everything else failed Sold by all druggists l 1 d JUBILEE SALE UNDERWEAR Full Blocked and Taped Vest The 25c Mercerized Vests 15c SOc Pants 39c HOSE One lot SOc to 75c values at 39c One lot Fancy Hose value 35c to 50e 19c25c Lace Hose 19c S 150 known Glens Glens thing Cincin GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR St USE THEI Henderson BoutR THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL 1JOUTE FOR JCEN TUC KIANS TO ST LOUISAS- K FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY LOTS MORE LIKE IT Plenty More Proof Like This and all from Frankfort People No chance for argument here No better proof can be had saysIsFrnnkIfort people Read this caseIWe have lots more like it Coleman Carr Janitor at the State House residence 441 Main street says I received great ben efit from the use of Doans Kidney Pills For long time I was embarrassed during the day and annoyed at night by the too frequent action of the kidney secretions Tho doctor pronounced my trouble diabetes and although he treated me was unable to get permanent re lief By friend was induced to try Doans Pills and got a box at J W Gaylos drug store On tak ing them only short time I felt great improvement and finally the whole trouble was removed I also used Doans Ointment for Eczema which I had for long time on one of my legs about the shin The constant irritation at times most drove mo wild Despite the use of preparation after preparation nothing helped me until by good fortune I heard of Doans Ointment and procured a box This remedy gave me quick and positive relief and proved satisfactory in every respectFor by mill dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buf falo Now York solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans iud take no other 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS sending sketch and description may qulcklr ascertain our opinion nu Invention probably Communion tlonsBtrlctlyconaaontlftl on 1ntents sent free oldest securing patents 1iitonts taken through Muun ive tptclal notice without charge la tbo eRmerkau-A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr culation of any eclentltto Journal Terms four montha Bold all newsdealer M YorkDracc tU Jri u t JI iiiAlKashmir Room Size 15 only5U tl MATTINGS Choice styles 10 to 25 yd lengths k one half price 25c quality 19c 30 and 35c quality 25cJ 150w FARMER s t a a congresjsional a 1 ATLouis a a r a a c a L 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 R ROGLRS Fr SONS Slolc =Wcrmckc Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined A Desk Unit with few or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination i dial cad bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac live We want to snow you ins advantages and possi bilities write or phone us abut it a 1 Jt Rugs value = I THE Equitablje SocietyIOF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLDJ Ralph R WilsonSPECIAL AGENT IOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY w frtJJ i II oik i 1 l 1 u t f MeCLURETw t rt ICLE A RANC rw1 tr J fI i SALE bestrstances much less than cost to us We do not carry over goods from one season to another policyCasht exchanged Alterations in clothing charged for 1rf 1000 Mens and Young Mens Suits Choice of any mans or young mans fancy suit in our store in this sale for 1000 These suits sold at from 12 to 27 and with the exception of about ten suits they are everyone of this seasons make Hackett Carhart and Cos included I 7 COATS AND PANTSti Choice of any two piece suit in our store for only 700 You have about two i months yet to wear these in HALF PRICE ON STRAW HATS Dunlaps finest 500 Straw Hats at 250 300 Straw flats at 150 200 Straw Hats at 100 HALF PRICE ON TIESAny 50c Necktie in our store except blacks for 2- 5cUNDERWEARi All our fancy summer Underwear at greatly reduced pvices 500 Underwear at 300 300 Underwear at 200 2 Manhattan Shirts 165Choice of any 200 Manhattan Neglige Shirt except white for 165 5 Mens Oxfords 350 Boyden Tan and Patent Colt Oxfords finest mens shoes made for 350 t Laird Schober Cos OxfordChoice of any heavy sole Oxford of this famous make the finest womans shoe made for 374 I Childrens SlippersWe have not a great many Childrens Slippers left but the prices are cut on an s average of about 25 per cent This metals 250 childrens slippers for 150 etc Womens Slippers OxfordsA great many of our regular 300 and 200 Womens Slippers and Oxfords re i duced to 219- Remember we do not cut the price on everything in our store but the articles ad vertised you will find just as represented Come luick and get best choice R K McCLURE fe SON 212214 ST GLAIR ST FRANKFORT EY t1ti j flht b1 Stomach Troublescured tJIJtJL DYJPEPJIA CURl Under all curable conditions Mr D Kaublfc of Nevada 0 was cured by Kodol I of stomach trouble which had effected i his heartI I LaYIlor RODOL- pi estiWbatYou Fat For sate by J W Gayle drug gist FOR SALE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tfDAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats I Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Sttamtri of Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at tramReturningSundaysgoop1M Fare to Detroit unlimlte round trip SrI Excursion to Detroit and return WeekDay Sundays 750 Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only S3oo meals and berth extra Spicfat Rate 1o Socteffti Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 TrUgrWH N0rAfJ 9 New Fast Train 10 ColoradoII UTAHAND II PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now trains will leave a in daily The evening trains to same points 1010 in daily Double daily servico- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information tnll on or address BTO MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R II DIRECT TO HAVANA Zia Illinois Central H 11 to New frVllldfluHavana Leave Chicago and Cin lanai Friday morning leave St qI Louis anti Louisville Fridn noon 7jnjIllgthrough tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central 11 R Illustrated Folder on Crlm giving nIl particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROMT NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Pnnr mnr Central and South America West Indies und Europe concisely sot forth in a special folder issued the Illinois Central R R Sendvfor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali forum u via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leavo Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Orleans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri tiny March 4t h for California via the Illinois Control and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion Oars through to Los Angeles ante San Francisco as follows Via New t Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago p every Tuesday from CincinnatiI f Via Omaha and Scenic Route every l Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS fr A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rotes now in effect Double daily service and fast stenmheated vosti bolo trains with through slceplngIcars buflotlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining oars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican fenSteam heat electric light hot and telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fastrmorning trains carrying sleeping and bulletlibrary cars with a single change on same train eiv route at Memphis into through sleeping oar to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting ofIhealth and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above cart he had of agents of the Illinois Con tral or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the 1 Central- F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P A Now Orleans A H HANSON G P Ohleago t JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis Lho pill that will will fill the bill gripeTo taiIakoDoWittis Little Early Risers are gentleiiiresult that no one who uses them Is disappointed For quick relief from billiousnoss sick headache torpid liver jaundic dizziness and all troubles arising from an EarlyRisorsdruggistsWEAK HEARTS jI IfIjaw subject to attacks of indigos the stomach expands swells heartIlhisthe breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final result Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you oat takes tho strain oil the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and nour ishment strength and health to very organ of tho body Sold by all druggists IHE BLUE GRASS RAUlIONrCO Cars leavo Lexington for Paris every hour from 8 a m to 7 p utand at and 11 p 111JUIHO Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown ovary hour from 7 a IlL to II p m Loavo Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf r = I l i t f h It IJ PRiVETOHY ArJ VPHCVEET SALE i Evaru Dau a FiBer UaUf Now UntIl Bugust 10th Big Cut in Prices Bargains Galore I You know what our Big Sales are come and see what we have for you We do not quote values we gixe them u S D JOHNSON COI I t f 1I lauo = RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCH Rov 11 IL A hunts the pastor being away on his vacation there will bo no preaching at a m l At 8 p m Rev O J Powors of Woocllako The wlIlIHoachIurged to attend tho evening And to bring their envelope con tributions Sundayschool at iJ a in in the chapel 1 Homo Department and Bible Class Tautlit by S E Hutton suporinUMulont Adults and iw Htrnnjors invited to join Young1Joop108 Union 1Baptist at 7 p in in tho chapel I Lender John William Hope IVpio It Opportunity the Measure of Responsibility Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in tho chapol Normnl Class will moot at S15 Prof H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody in the city invited to attend- ASCENSION EPISCOPALC- FIURCIRov A B Chinn recto Sunday July 21 1904 DilO a m Sundayschool 11 a m Sermon by tho rector 730 p in Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 730 Divine Service in tho chapel Friday 730 p in Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part those meetings inI CHRISTIAN CHURCH T h Lords Supper will bo observed 1030 a No atI evening service- Sundayschool at 030 a in in the ohapo1IChristian Endeavor Society has adjourned until October 2d Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock 1opio Pico Fall of Jericho Tho Junior Endeavor Society has Adjourned for the summer Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov Win Crowo the pastor will preach at n in At 780 p in there will bo an pl1ailslileIat p m Prayermooting Wednesday night stir At 780 p Everybody invited to CATHOLIC attondI Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 n in Low Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov J MoClusky Blaynoy D D tho pastor will preach at a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 045 a m I Young Pooplos Society of Chris tian Endeavor 045 p All tho young people invited Prayermooting Wednesday night At 730 p in lice public cordially invited to C attondIJ Nuuont tho pastor will preach at a m and 745 p in Sundayschool at 045 a in Junior Loaguo at a p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayormoiting Wednesday night at 780 oVlouk Visitors cordially welcomed L LEESTOWN MISSION Mr Edwin Kagin will preach at 780 p in CHOSEN SECRETARY Mr Thos L Walker tho ox newspaper than of Lexington was chosen Secretary of tho Republican Campaign Committee at a meeting of tho State Committee on Thurs day nib 1ln v9n Queenand CrescentRoute lIt DIi Shortest Route AND Qjickst Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN C I X C I N X A T I CHATTANOOGA A T IJA N T A- BIIIMINGIIAM SHREVEPORT r ORLEANS 1N AND IlJix s POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter IG E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky KodoJ dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Sodai Indulgence It is to the credit of soda water that it creates no habit alwaysdrink it alono after you once try them es pecially our CLARET PHOSPHATE But tho attrac tion is not due to habit but to the remarkably de lightful said refreshing qualities of this beverage No harm would result if YOU did forma habit of it for it is as pure and healthful as it is delicious 5o It glass flio Gaylo Del Store 814 Main St ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutchef of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger AREjTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY- DISEASE BY USING ANDIMr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High GrocerVBroadjRev President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitCAYLE5 iStore 1FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resantativo from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Ii8to FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL mmsa can didate for County aUollIo to the action of the Democratic party Dec l9tf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo 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 19to FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the otlloe of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of tho panty JSte YouCanPin Your Faith TO lVLIJ E IFIOlli 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 E milling CD t t 1 Tn MAIN STREETFRANKFORT KY Jinh u arrage WitMASt YEOMAN A W McKm I Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably Known to the People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE I Vehicles require no better recommendation than him service Hard service honest workmanship anti honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise wo could bestow upon them You can easily 8l1tiifyIyourself that this ia so find that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm ntune of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late in shall full maintain in dePRrtrImentsWe in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 191 FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry AwayM- ore goods from our store than any other place in town We buy fur cash in largo quantities and take ad vantage of every discount AVe give our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once you will be our customer always JOHN DRISCOLL iFrankfort KentuckYSLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 22 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Ex luIIl1INO A Leave I11s A M Leave riii Stations I Sund IAt NOSilPM rJr 2tLexington 50 Clay City 40 439 3odI IiIaU Stanton 9aI 430 Natural Bridge Iii 401 449 02 847 51 II BeattyvilloJunction 826 015 Jackson itiI 2 OHIOAND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO DailyEx No DiilyEx StntlonjI lI Ex No 33I No1I Ex jIO2 No DailyEx Ar 1 JIA M Lye P 3l Lee AI A11 PM 11 = 1 II Jackson H30o II2 o i23 O S K Junction 33i 1llI it Willmrst Ui152 Hnm lton 430 IUS U snOI lS Leo City 510 I22 Huluclniwii 518 1S ii15 Ciinnul City 545 145 No and will nwko closo connection tit 0t1 Junction with Nos 3 and for points on tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEV Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT- General Manager G PA MJt ij ifi Ir1Jt fISTAIPI G GROUND Dr A Stewart has boon in Cin cinnati for several days haying his eyes treated by a specialist- A worthy colored man by tho If name of John Lightburn In years t of nI lied on Saturday after a long illness jf Miss Annie Man ford of Frank i fort pont Sunday with her sister IMrs C T Duvall near hove tMrs Annie Wilkerson of Hol Texas i the guest of her mother Mrs Frances Bond Mr R S Sprake has as his guest MrT D Sprake and wife of Do Land Fla deafjhome on the Elmville pike The burying took place at the Johnson graveyard on the Long Lick pike We are needing a good rain very muoh May 29th was the last timer we had a good rain It has been very hot this week i Uno 1 LAMP EXPLODES At 6 oclock on Thursday afternoon an alarm from box 83 called 1the fire boys to the office of Dr E Offutt colored It was found itthat the office boy was filling a with coal oil when it ex ploded The boy became panic stricken after throwing a bucket f on the oil which only it out the more ran in and threw a 1spread the burning lamp and then it out of the door firemen did not have to throw water i CYM r PICNIC W i Ycungrgive a picnic at Cove Spring Park i All the necessary arrangements t have been completed by the com J mittee in charge They are de trBirous of making this tho largest L and most successful outing given in this section of the country The Frankfort brass band and orchestra has been engaged to furnish the musicAn elaborate display of fire works has been secured td Buildup the system puts pure tick blood in the veins makes men and women strong and healthy nnytDESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE AND r WATER SPOUT Mr Adam K Stephens a former Frankfort boy but now living at Nyack N Y has sent us a IOfiUpper the Nyack Star in which account of a destructive cy and water spout which played the wilds with everything in its course The storm occurred on 4 Saturday afternoon last and in flicted tremendous damage Mr Stephens and his family escaped Unscathed IMRPOVING NICELY The ladies of the Civic League after an inspection of the city re quest us to say that in the line of cleanliness the city is improving r a IThere is ground fer more in that f The gutter on fie south side of i Main street from Ann to Washing ton needs attention The filth is allowed to remain too long And then the unspeakable chicken coops are out again They should be I abolished from the streets so says the League and we all agree fEIJECrED TRUSTEE Miss Mauna Powell of this city ihasbeen elected one of the trustees the Kentucky Orphans School r It at Midway This is an admirable selection Miss Powell does everything she does very well I OASTORJABears 13ignatare i of A GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from KontiKcy Thoir main source is the IhIIlnd all the Hno spirits over niulo in tilt llluo Grass State cculd not remedy a had livor or the hundn landono ill Hoots it pro duces You cant have good spirits and a had liver at the same time Your liver must bo in fine condition if you would feel buoyant eyelightful in your pursuits You can put nsi11gGreensest of nil medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has roulelyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure a spiritsTrialAt all druggists lyr fSUMMER SCHOOL KNOX VJLLE TENNESSEE JUNE 2Sth to AUGUST 5th Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General Passenger Ollico RailwayS WONDERFUL NERVE Is displayed by many a man en luring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But there It no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salvo will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at all druggists SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLonieville Liner TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No1- am 780ArLawrenceburg 954IIBurgin Georgetown 1150 No4 am No pm No2 No8 pm 965 620 985 1055 725 740 pm No6 am Lr Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 730 756IShelbyville 720 626 910 Louisville 840 760 1040 andLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 6 arid 6 Through Obser Harrodaburg theSouthviaKnox1JlarrivingLexingtonBetween LouiestNo No2 mAr100 pm 145 a m St Louis 686 P m 782 a m No8 No1 mArLouisville 255 pm 425 am645 pm 719 am No10 No inArBvansvilla 1025 p ml l80p m No9 No12 Lv Evansville 730 a ml 116 p m mArbetweenLouisville LouisvilleTrains Nos and carry Through firstclass Coaches between Evansville and Louis vile LouiscRrryNight trains between Louisville andSt Louis Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars with buffet appytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB AllenG JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Lute Sec tTrens Pea Ridge 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 suits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi dents Correspondence solicited PoaRicl IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Oil owl by tho Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno 5th Kentuckys tilt the Hen derson Ron to will inaugurate a twTo and Fast Day service between Lou isville and Sn Louis in Inch dirrc tion and will improve tin ulna and equipment generally of all trains between those points tinperatedinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville sHO n nu HOO- p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 515 p m 7o a m and 010 p justfrailern vestibule pattein and is as fine as any train operating in or out of Kentucky Iho 880 a m train through without rhanjio of cars will bo composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars und high back sent passenger coaches The fl00 p m train through without change of ears will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will servo meals a la carte you pay only for what you get 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 points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will glndtoYou will be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and bythisthe Official Route for Kentuckians frankfort CiuoiRlatt Ho The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 P51No842 6 Lv D Frankfort Ar 20 06 6 58II Summit 211 Elkhorn 06 219 03 6 68 7 StampingGround 648 2 7 9II Duvall 10 46 6 2 85 Johnson 8 86 2 7 Georgetown 6 2 7 65 1 C S 6 2 69 8 05 Newtown 9 6 07 8 8 Centerville 9 6 69 3 817 Elizabeth 9 565 8 20 8 Paris Junctn 9 6 8 8 80 Urt Paris f Lv 9 6 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L ft N BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA KIPMaoo8451747 Lv Georgetown Arl 80 6 6 16 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 80l BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M PM 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 M Lv Paris Ar 683 600 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL B R POINTS 3 a 60A L Frankfort A 26A 720P 1000A525P8al611P1142AA Winchester L 7 09A 245P 8 16P A Maysville L 6 45A 16P A Cynthiana L 502P IMP6ooPGEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pres and Genl Supt G P A SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH The family of Mrs M L Bohbitt of Bargnrtou Penn 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 no Trial bottles free at all druggists I OLD TAYLOR ElIIEntf KENTUCKY WHISKEYr KentuckyfJt11 tJ 2 Jlj 1 tieili4re iYrdSftlf11 a 4 iJt kiSYiff Ij Pleasant totikew 1 Tndelfuk I Laxative Syrup t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorA- nd J he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are 1 the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts t are irritating to the intestines j LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegeij 1SickY our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Seashore OUTI- NGAtlantic Ci tyiVIA IC oR- OUTE Thursday August 4 04 THROUGH Washington Baltimore and PhiladelphiaS- TOP OVER PRIVILEGES RETURNING 1400 FR- OMLEXINGTON WINCHESTER MT STERLING AND MOREHEAD GOOD RETURNING UNTIL AUGUST 15 INCLUSIVE THROUGH TRAINS WITHOUT CHANGE ENGAGE SLEEPING CAR SPACE NOW Inquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W FULLER G P A G W BARNEY D P A Washington D C Lexington Ky DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put otltill tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about hacking cough or demoralizing tlmtI with which you have boon gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to luytinI lot that remedy bo Dr BoschooK Gorman Syrup which has been in use for over thirtylive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo cough or cold and its oontiilllodU- HO for a few days will cure you completely No matter how loop seated your cough oven if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr J r wt i iH t KNIGHT TRMPLAR CONCLAVE 5 75O To California and Return via Motion Route Tho wonderfully low rateloss itripor5j0cisoo and Los Angeles and return will be established by the Monon Route and tickets will ho sold from August 15th to September Oth Inclusive good returning until Octo her 23d account of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave Tho Monon Route will run a special through train from Louisville to San Francisco account of the Do olloutoSaturday August 7th and on which no extra faro will bo charged For further particulars about train or for rates and con A ifHLouisville Ky td j 1flPjttt