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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr t l i lt yre JyJl ToaU I i d1 IIE FBAMFOBT ROUNDABOUT l EO A LgWCR Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 Advance I YOL XXYII FRANKFORT IIZL KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 30 1904 NO 47 Y f c A uoWTH IN KK TUCKY A resume of tho Iowth and dr volopmeiit of the Young II Christian As IIIII lion work in Id tuck rill tie p ist tnree your undpr the suiti iion of the State Executive Committee Its been sent to the International Commit tee and will appear in tin Your Book of 1001 It contains the fol lowing information During tin past three yars the i growth of the various departments millIHI1tcharacterized by a broadei vision of the field to ho occupied by emit association and by a more system otic und aggressive occupancy of 1tho fields in which work is being done This period witnessed tIlt Jubilee of the Association work in Kentucky coninnmornting the t semieetennial of the organiation iofthe first Association in the State and of the quartercentennial of the organisation of the State work Five hundred and fiftyone delcJ gates attended the Jubilee CnI1vlI1 tlon at Lexington the Inmost As sociation Convention State or In ternational evei heldln the South There are now seventyfour Asso illations in the State Ten of these are city seven railroad twenty itseven student and thirty towul l Fiftyone secretaries aro employed Two assistants have been added to tho secreturiol force of tlie Committee which is now StnteI lows State Secretory City and Railroad Department Secretory Religious nod Ed ucn tional Work Department Secretary Student Department and two Secre taries of the County Work Depart ment With this report the State- Secretary Mr Henry E Rosevenr completes fifteen years of service In the State a AN ENCOURAGING GROWTH In the material equipment of tho Associations of the State there tins been an encouraging growth Buildings have been opened for the railroad departments at Ashland and Corbin costing 8000 and 0500 respectively Lexington has raised 40000 for a new building now in process of construction A build Ing at Covington has been assured by the securing of ndOOO in sul Bcriptions Hartford Ohio county owns the first County Association building in the State Building e movements are in progress in a number of other communiites rlw Louisville Association raised a Jubilee fund of lt 0l0 to cover the mortgage indebtedness and east of s improvements on its building Tho railroad work has made more rapid and steady progress during k the lastltii tOP years than in any pre1 i vious period in our history Two ti new railroad departments have been organized and preliminary work begun at two other points j Institutes for till study of the leiligious and educational needs tho railroad men in Kentucky aid the Associations relation thereto have been held by the State Com mittee and have borne fruit in a t larger and more aggressive work in these departments In the student department there j has been an outward and an in ward giowth Them has beet a decided increase in the number of Associations and in their material equipment and the aggregate membership ard enrollment in Bible study and mission study Glasses surpasses that of any pro vious period Tho annual confett- ence of presidents tho State Stu dent Conference and the supor vision of the Student Secretary of tho State Committee have been vital factors in tho development of this department OTHER STATES FOLLOW The employment of a county work department secretary begun in this State in 1880 has been fol lowed by several other States and by the International Committee t A second secretary is now em wtiJtr IIJtn Jl q j poyid by the State Committed for fIisnpiviios of thi dplltnwlIl1 Kitrlit count ies are llilllleQcited with nil employed county secretary County work in Kentucky is raj idly iii itt Irom its experimental stage With till increased perma nence of tin work tins come an nn folding of its onus of eflort nile as a natural enlargement of the sealof work there hog arisen a d iniiul for larger equipment on tin part of the various local Asso plilldllli11oll1t eoinntenIsurnhmunities and the growing needs of tho work An Associaton tent hits been maintained at the annual encamp ment of the State Guard Tins work lias been neatly appreciated by tine olllcers and min and is one of the irost eifectivo agencies eUl1rPIU of the Association to the young then of the entire State The hogs work lias grown stead lily Ihe study undertaken by the orIwork so rotary of the International Committee resulted in the forma tion of a policy which with the COliIIthoroughness anti cfliciency of the workOne of the most valued members of the Committee tho late Mr Max Weir of Greenville has recently left a bequest of 0000 to the en eownwnt fund of the State Com mittee MUCH NEEDED IMRPOVE MENT MADE IThe pavement in front of the buildings near the corner of Wapping on St Clair street has been in need of repairs for a long time This week the old bricks were removed and n handsome putIdown to appearance and comfort of things at that point whore there is an immense amount of passing IINVPIED TO MICHIGAN The State officials have been invited to attend the unveiling of a monument to the Kentucky soldiers who fell at the battle of the River Raisin in January 181H The Michigan Legislature appro printed 5000 for the erection of the monument which will bo unveiled at Monroe Mich on Thurs day September 1st Build up the system puts purr rick Mood in the veins snakes men and women stiong and healthy anydrtigTHANKS We aro under obligations to our HUpIThey were very sweut and appe tizing CELEBRATED if TH BIRTH DAY Mr John T Gallohuo who lives just above tho Forks of Elkhorn celebrated his loth birthday on Sunday lust Mr Gallehues chil Iron and grandchildren and about a doon other friends were present Oldfashioned Kentucky burgoo and other good things were served tho puppy company II NEVER KNEW PAINKIL LER TO FAIL Before what wet tho matter be Where is the bottle There I thought so it in nut Perry Davis Painkiller at till but something the druggist must have made himnelf and I did not notice it I havo used Painkiller for years for diarrhea cramps and stomach itches and it never failed Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerato for akin eruptions 4y i IZ 1I I41 1i tI SPLKXniI ACHIHXCE AND EMQITENT SBKMON InO O L po veis the brilliant young pastor of Providence Baptist Church Woodlake preached for Pastor Adams at the First Baptist Church on Sunday night to a very largt audience His theme was Heaven fruit the text In My Fathers House Aro Many Man sions It was an eloquent and able discourse and held the audii ence closely from the beginning to the end Mr Powers will preach at the 8er11II0nBears 81gnatntt of n BADLY JlumomIClaude Neal Neal formerly of this city had aI singular accident to happen to him recently It seems that he stubbed his big tOt tied wrapped it up with turpentine When ho went to cut till thread with which he tied the cloth around his toe ho had no scissors Ho took a match to burn the thread in two When he touched the match to tho thread it at unto ignited the cloth and burned his foot so badly that the physicians think it will be neces sary to amputate that member A wheelmans tool lag isnt com plete without a bottle of Dr cutsICHANGES AT CUSTOMHOUSE On August 1st next Monday the following changes will take place at the customhouse- Mr Geo L Barnes who has boon Janitor will become what is known in revenue circles as a Form 10 Math or an assistant to the revenue agent and will report to the Revenue Agent at Louisville for duty Mr Roussean True has resigned as Deputy U S Marshal under Capt S G Sharp U S Marshal for tho Eastern District of Ken utcky and will become Janitor at the Customhouse- Mr Nat J McDaniel has booth appointed Deputy U S Marshal to succeed Mr True resigned Goof boys all of them and will make good and efficient officers Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Sucwisfnl treatment for blood and akin IllicalletI VERY NICE fOur friend Mr Joe Pricey has planed us under obligations for a lot of delightful wild goose plums They were very acceptable APPOINTED rr Dr Malcolm H Yeaman of Hen derson hIs been appointed Super intendent of the Lakeland Lunatic Asylum to succeed Dr T G Fur nish resigned Dr Yeaman had served as Sec ond Assistant Physician for some time OXIALl Parties going on tho C f O Excursion to Atlantic City on August 4th will please send in their names for sleeping car reservation as soon as possible G W BARNEY DP A Lexington Ky con1I Women love a clear healthy plexion Pure blood makes itlBurdock Blood Bitters makes pure bloodCASTORIA For Infants and OhildrenI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of J riDJi IlA J Bargain Week ij rONE GREAT WEEK OF SPECIAL PRICING ON ALL READYTO j WEAR GARMENTS STARTS NEXT f MONDAY MORNING li AND IT IS GOING TO BE THE BUSIEST WEEK OF A BIG BUSY SEASON DO YOURSELF THE iISPECIAL ATTRACTIONSij COST CUTS NO FIGURE THIS WEEK II1 jLADIES TAILORED SUITS Ladies Suits in Navy Blue coat silk lined regular price 3500 sale price 1500 D l Ladies Suits made of nice quality Suiting regular price 2500 sale price 1198 LADIES SKIRTS IISldrts made of fine Panama Suiting regular price 700 sale price ISldrls made of Cloth and other fine Suiting regular price 500 sale price 375 SILK UNDERSKIRTS- Ladles all silk Underskirts made with a deep plaited rule worth 700 sale price only 500 SHIRT WAIST SUITS Ladles Shirt Waist Suits made of white or colored Linen regular price 500 sale price 329 Ladies Suits made of Tan Linen neatly trimmed regular price 350 sale price 200 Ladies Suits made of Madras Cloth regular price 250 sale price t 125 SHIRT WAISTS Silk and Lawn Waists very neatly trimmed worth 500 f IIFine 350 Lawn Waists neatly made trimmed with insertion regular price 350 sale price 229 ladles Waists made of black or white Lawn with insertion and tucks worth 200 sale price 150- CHILDRENS DRESSES You cannot afford to make them when you can buy them at these 50c Dresses you can buy for 39c per yard The 100 Dresses you can buy for 75c The 150 Dresses go for 119 The 200 Dresses you can buy for 125 LADIES WRAPPERStGood Lawn and Calico Wrappers go for 75c each Also extra values at 100 to 150 C KAGIN BRO tk NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY Read the Roundabout I t J PERSONAL ioAtrTohn T Stout of Anderson county was in the city Satu- r1aycMr D 1 McNamara visited in Paris this week Mr Wm Cromwell and wife have Tutu tired from Drennon Springs MaysrMrs has Nelson has gonn to Richmond to join her husband Mrs L Pence Moore is visiting relatives in Louisville ct Mr John IL Li ml soy has gone to r New York City on business rol11s Guy H Briugs visited rein in Lexington this week I Mrs Sam 1 Shneldf ford is visiting relatives at Duluth Minn fMI M R Todd made a business 5 to Pineville this week Miss Margaret 1 Russell Is visit Tug relatives at Crescent Hill Dr n L Bingo and wife left CityxDr J A Posey and wife visited f relatives in Lawrenceburg Sunday Miss Lena Kirtley returned from the Worlds Fair on Tuesday Mr A Larue Coleman and wife visited the Worlds Fair this week Mr GPO L Barnes returned Fri day night from Cincinnati Mr Thos B Newman and wife tire rusticating in the country Miss Pearl Gregory is visiting friends in Loiiisville Mr Martin Morris and wife spout several days in Midway last week Mr Sol Bloomfleid of Midway spent Sunday here Mr W S Polsgrovo made a busi ness trip to Paris Thursday Miss Elizabeth Hazel rigg has re rcurned front Martinsville roll Miss Rosa Polsgrnve visited friends in Louisville this week Miss E va Haydon is visiting her Cousin Miss Clara Hill of Stamp atig Ground Miss Edna Presnoll of Smith land visited Mrs H V McChos noy this week Miss Marguerite McLean visited her aunt Mrs GPO IJWillis in w Shelbyville this week Miss Ruth J Stoll of Louisville visited her cousin Miss Florrio G Rodman this week Mrs H B McCoy of Lexington lVisited her sister Mrs O B Uem aree this week fair Cecil Farmer and Miss Alice Farmer visited friends at Colum bus 0 this week r Mr Manliu T Lucas and wife fi who have keen visiting relatives to- ScuM Bounty have returned home ft SMr John Scott of Louisville t spent Sunday here the guest of his mother i Miss Helen Abbott of George t town was the guest of her uncle Ifo Ed E Abbott this week Miss Rachel Wiggins of Coving I ton was the guest ot Miss Anna ibbettthis week Mr Lee Harris of Dublin rexnflI was the guest of his sister Mrs A 11 Overtoil this week Mr J W Marksbury of the Ken Mucky Journal visited friends in Cincinnati this week Dr E E Hume null wife loft Monday night for a several months trip to Europe Mr W S Magill of PIttsburg t Penn who hIs been the guest of Ills mother has returned tome Mr Frank H Johnson who hnsI been in San Francisco Cal returned homo Sunday Dr H J Marrs and wife havo re turned from a visit to Chrisman ills Miss Genevieve Lindsey is visit ing her brother Mr Dudley Lind sey in Owenshoro Miss Edwards und Mss Ho of New Orleans La were nnI of Mrs Guy H Briggs tills Mr Ed 0 Leigh has returned tfrom a visit to relatives in Padu IcahMiss Hattie Morris has gone to Jefforsonvllle Ind to visit friends and relatives Mrs J B Cassiday left Tuesday for St Louis Mo to visit the l Vorlds Fair Mr J T Alstrom of Baltimore Md is the guest of Miss Emma Payne Conway street Misses Toimnle and Joe Jett of 4jynthiana are guests of Miss Emma Payne Conway street Col H H Roberts resident of the Board of Education is remod eling his house on Conway street Hon James Garrett of Colum bia was in the city Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Capt M H Insko of Carlisle was here this week looking up are ven no matters Miss Stella Barnes Alexander of Louisville was the guest of Miss ifiallie V Russell this week Capt Anthony Loitoh has re turned from French Lick Springs Indl ProfT H Fuqua attended the i Henry County Teachers Institute this week Ii 4 jt tv Mr M Morris loft Wednesday morning for Cincinnati where he was married that afternoon Mr Win C Kehr wife and baby of London wore guests of relatives hero this week Indue Jap H Hazehig and wife returned Wednesday from Miirtins vine Indiana Mrs A A Bailey of Bngdad is the guest of her sister Miss Ruth Robinson Mrs lohn Bray and son Ferrel visited relatives in Louisville this Lornine Allgior and family of Hamilton 0 were guests of Mr Taylor Hippard this week Capt Saul Leavy and wife have returned from a visit to their old homo in Woodford county Mrs Sam Mason entertained last week in honor of Miss Annie Ma son und her guests Miss Elliott of Owingsville Is the guest of Miss Clifford Hazol rigg Mrs los R Wood who has been visiting relatives in Lexington has returned home Mr Walter G Chapman loft Sunday for Barhonrville on business as IT S Clerk Miss Marie Larkin of Louisville is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Kennedy n Mr N B Smith and family who have been visiting friends in Henry county have returned home Attorney D B Warileld of Lou isville was horn on business for the L S 11 B Thursday Mr John J McHenry of Louisville is visiting his cousin Mr D M McHenry in this city Miss Catherine Rennaker of Bagdad visited her cousin Mrs H G Davis this week Mrs Lucy Richardson of Nashville Penn is visiting relatives here Mr V Gretter and Miss Garnett Grettor of Chicago Ills were guests of Mr H A Gretter this Jos T Bryan nee Fannie Murphy of Louisville visited her mother Mrs Maria A Murphy this week Mr John W Magill of Wilming ton Del who has been visiting his aunt in this city has returned home Sheriff Freeman dough of Monti cello Illinois was tho gu st of his friend Officer H Davis Harrod Monday Mr Geo F Berry and wife and Miss Cornelia Gordon loft Saturday for New York City en route to EuropeMr W Matthews of E P DuPont Co Wilmington Del was the guest of Mr Z1 Montgomery this week Mrs S W Hager and sons and Master Edgar Humo left Saturday for St Louis to visit the Worlds FairMrs W W Cookor and sons Rut ledge and Winfield of Jeiterson ville Ind were guests of Miss Susie Mayhal this week Miss Clara Hill of Stamping Ground who has been the guest of Mrs John Haydon has returned home Mr R B Colvin and wife of Falmouth were guests of her parents Rev T F Tallaferro and wife this weekIMiss Anna Abbott who has been visiting relatives in Warsaw Cov ington and Georgetown has re turned home Rev Wm Crowe returned from Clintonvlllo on Monday morning called home by the serious illness of Mr Jos Robinson Mr James K Smith Eutaw Ala who has boon the guest of Mr Frank H Havana ugh has re turned MIR Hiram Berry and niece Miss Clintie Cunningham visited Mrs W L Cannon at Midway this weekMisses Lottie and Elizabeth Crowe of Richmond who have been guests of their brother novoI Wm Crowe have returned home Mr W P Soott and Mr John H Cassell who have been at French Lick Springs Ind have returned homeMiss Ollie Jandrum of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Pearl Gregory has gone hume Mr Chas Y Edwards of Louis ville and Mr Robt E Marameo of Chicago Ills woru guosts of Mrs Hattio M Hancock this week Postmaster Geo W Hutchoson and Mr J P MoWilliams of J4nwI rencoburg were visitors hero Wed nesday and made us a pleasant call Mr Garrett S Wall Jr of Rich mond Va was hero on legal busiI ness for the C O R R Co this weekMiss Clara Haldoman of Louisville who has boon tho guest of Mrs S J Shackloford has re turned house Judge Ed C ORoar and daughter Miss Hazel visited relatives at their old homo in Mt Sterling this week Judge A R Burnam and daugh ter Miss Sarah wont to Louisville on Wednesday to visit hit son Mr Lucien Burnain pft i r fi nr I Irten fij c55 uIHIr EI1jj I I IItI FOR SALE BY M A SEt BERT LEADING JEWELER = = J MR JAS B HOWARD Mr Roht L Greene has moved Ills law ofllee to the room over the Water Cos olllce on St Clair treat Mr H M Baxter wife and daughter of Midway who hUt been guests of relatives ere re turned home Sunday Mrs John M Jameson was called home from Cynthlana Thursday night by the serious illness of her brother Mr Juhn l1 Coleman Miss Adair Taylor of Now Or leans Ln is the guest of tho rum ily of Hon E H Taylor Jr at ThistletonMiss Kenney gave a yachting party up the river on afternoon in honor of Miss Susan Kivvanaugh of New port Mr Ben T Farmer and wife of Cincinnati visited relatives here this week called hero by the illness Mr Jos Robinson Mrs Farmers father Mr Victor Myers of Mounds yule W Vn who has been the truest of his brotherinlaw Pro J B Cassiday left Tuesday for S Louis Mo Mrs L A Trumbo und children and Miss Virginia Jett are rusti cating at Crescent View the home of Mr Geo iI Brook Sr near Switzer Dr Phillip E Stookhart and wife of Ellwood led visited their cousins Misnes Tetters this city and Messrs B B and A G Jeffers in tho county this week Messrs J Morgan Chinn Thos E Kenney W L Williams and others who have been oamping and fishing at Valley View returned homo Friday Capt Ernest Hull and wife of Lexington were guests of her parents Mr J L Jones and wile Capt Boll returned to Lexington Mondav Mrs Boll spent the whole week hoio- Messrs C C Farr Richard Morris David Niohol A H McCluro Frank Cannon Dyke Haeliigg and G L Payne members of tho Chippowa Fishing Club have gone to till lakes for their animal fishing vacation Jt1rtf 11 ijJfI4rIiI t Tho 10 was a hit hay ride given Thursday night by Mr Frank Miss Maria Trimble in honor of their g11est Capt Henry Craig of Kansas City Mo the party was chaperoned by Mrs Nellie Stead man Cox and was compose of twentvtwo of the prettiest girls and most stalwart hOVR of the neighhorhood111l the city Dill the country BROKE GROUND Judge Thos H Paynter brol e ground for his handsome stone front residence on the corner of Shelby and Third streets South Side on Wednesday DR E C ROhMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Olltcu mid nuiiiuncn above WEITZEL ODONNELL SIS Main St TKIKlIIONKS OM 184 New 136 YouCanPin Your Faith 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 GO fjjf j a4Zf S Ql r If Funks t idney 11fGlobes I r Guaranteed cureIfor all Kidney 11dtBladder DiseasestSMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary ease of Kidney or 11lmolarities IIf the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Core No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price f Gayle Drug StoresFrankftirt Ky May Ply- YrIL011ST01E + t PARK TOUR Every Expense Included in Ticket Personally Conducted Party tV The onl exclusive Yellowstono Park excursion from this section in will be run by the Monon Chicago Northwestern North ern Pacific Railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and on Wednesday IndlannpolisItrain will be called stone Park Special and composed of Pullman palace sleepers dining and baggage cars It will run to Yellowstone Park and return without change although stops for sightseeing will bo made at several places All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will bo first classAn illustrated folder telling all about tho tour can be had by calling on or addressing E H Bacon Dist Pass Agt Monon RouteIFourth and Market Sts Louis ville Ky td Horse Timers- Chronographs Split Seconds Five Minute Re t peaters v if Minute Repeaters v In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY TLeading J f 7IYeX iir t J 6 ITS A DARLING The Owl Cigar sign of the Frankfort Drug Co is a darling Go and see it The electric clock will keep tab on all the boys and tell just at what time they go homo IfeveryniJht DYNAMITER h CATCHES ITIOne B P Roach was tried by Judge J H Polsgruve on Tuesday iand fined 50 and costs for dynamiting fish Keep it up Judge and it will soon cease to be funny DONT FORGET IT The Falls City will run another of those delightful excursions to Tyrone and return tonight Dont forget it It is a very pleasant way to spend the evening Will be back by bedtime KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are thp dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for- I 1904 as far as reported Lexington Horse Show August 1 3 8 days li Dnnv11le Augusta 8 days Georgetown August 7 6 days Harrodsburg August 9 8 days i Eminence August days Lawrenceburg August 10 4 days tl Liberty August 10 8 days Brodhead August 17 8 days Fern Creek August 23 4 days Shelbyville August 23 4 days Shcpherdsville August 28 4 days Springfield August 24 4 days Somerset August 80 4 days Nioholasville August 80 8 days daysrElizabethtown September 0 4 daysHartford September 21 4 days PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mr Dan L Kennedy Mr Albert F Kirtley and a child of Mr Kirt Ileys were out riding in a buggy on the Owen ton pike near the race track on Thursday afternoon when a horse they were leading became frightened at some young men riding bikes and rearudjup jumped in the rear of the buggy turned the buggy over In the fall Mr Kennedy was so unfortunate as to strike upon a stick or piece oi wood indicting a painful gash of i about two inches upon his person Mr Kirtley and his child escaped serious hi jury- Surgical attention was at once reordered Mr Kennedy and his host of friends hope that ho will soon recover I STOOD IN A DRAFT With my coat off and caught this wretched cold11 says tho sutlorer He need not pay a heavy penalty if ho follow his act of folly with an act of Wisdom Soak the feet in hot water with a few teaspoonsful of Perry Davis Painkiller in it Take a teaspoonful of Painkiller in hot sweetened water at bed time and be thankful for so simple and+ speedy a way to break up a cold There Is but one Painkiller Perry toDavisf WITHDRAWS j The Crested Jayhawker of the mountains Hon John D White has withdrawn from the race for the Republican nomination for J Congress in the 11th District tt SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT Mr A B Hammond as executor of Mrs Susan McGrew has sold to Mrs Carrie Wolf the twostory brick dwelling house on Buffalo alley Price private but under stood to bo a fair one tFREETRIAL TREATMENT + showing the perfect support our j remedy will be sent on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli- citedj today for our free book which gives our references terms etc rk MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC wrr4 ASSN Dopt B 1186 Broadway iii New York City t1 tA til1B FINE OLD KENTUCKY GEN TLEMAN PASSES AWAY At 5 oclock on Thursday after noon Mr Joseph Robinson one of the oldest and best citizens of reIIbeen an energetic and industrious citizen until the weight of years compelled him to retire from active lifeIn early manhood he was a con stable and in attempting to serve a writ upon a tough character was stahbled just below the groin and had the distinction of being the only man whose phemeral artery thisIphysician Dr W C Sneed happened to be standing by ran up and applied the necessary remedies to staunch the flow of blood and afterwards took up the ends of the artery For years Mr Robinsons log was numbed to such an extent that it was feared he might suffer seriously but grdaually he recov eredAfterwards Mr Robinson served as Deputy Sheriff under the late Mr Win C Herndon Later still he was elected and served two terms as sheriff of the county His administration was a highly suc cessful one and he managed the affairs of the county in a manner satisfactory to every one who had business with his office By frugality and integrity he ac cumulated a comfortable competency owning a considerable quantity of land stock in several banks and some bonds He was an exact man requiring every cent that was due and equally so when indebted to He was Christian as an elder in the Presbyterian Church in the known as the old Franklin Church located near Bridgeport and later in the Southern Presbyterian Church of this city and held that honorable position at the time of his death He was a man of firm and decided convictions yet gentle and kindly in his mature Ho was noted for Ills consideration for thu sick and the distressed und in late years visited every one in his neighbor hood as soon as he learned of their and always had a cheery kindly word for themIHe wan a safe young and struggling and ox tunded a helping hand to tljo deserving His charities wore large but un ostentatious and tho pour aud needy will sadly miss his bench comic He was especially anxious to live to see tho now building of his church completed and was giving largely of his time and attention to that work when his Master called him home Some seven or five years since his dovoted and lovely wife was taken from him and ho was novel tho saute man afterwards There was a gentler manner about him and a tenderer regard for others that ever before About two woes ago Mr Robin soul was taken with a severe cold which developed pleurisy He gradually sank until the end which was as quiet as a babe sinking to sleepHe leaves two daughters Mrs Ben T Farmer and Mrs Chas 0Newton and a largo circle of friends and relatives to mourn a just upright honorable and loving father and The funeral services were con ducted from the Southern Presby terian Church by his pastor Rev Win Crowe at 4 oclock on yesterday afternoon tho large attend ance testifying to the high regard Iin which Mr Robinson was hold The remains wore laid by the side of his wife in the family lot in our cemetery tii i t KILLTH COUCH AND CURE THI LUNCS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTION I50cSureit and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LESi llv or MONEY BAOEI RUNAWAY AND SMASH UP The horse hitched to the delivery wagon of Messrs P C Sower Co became frightened on Tuesday afternoon at the far end of Shelby street and ran away Just as the frightened animal reached the cor ner of Second and Shelby street the vehicle collided with the curb ling breaking the shafts loose throwing the driver out and skinning the horse up Luckily the drivur was not hurt but shaken up UNITEDIOn this 29th of A D on con bnkirUftof August A D before said court at Corington in said district at oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto ns practicable and that notion thereof be published one time in the Roundabout a newspaper in said district and that all known and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show have why the prayer of said petitioner should be Jr Ij I JICochrfmtho seal thereof at Frankfort in aid district on the 29th day of July A D W O CHAPMAN Clerk PARKER In this city on Tuesday to Mr Richard Parker and wife a sonJames Roy Dr Weavers Synq Poriiks the blood OLD DEED Mr A B Hammond executor of Mrs Sutiin McGrew showed us quite an old deed tills week It was Wanted by Mr Harrison Blan ton and wife to Mr George Thomas the first husband of Mrs Mc Grew and was dated August 24 l4j nearly sixtyone years ago It conveyed a lot on forth St Clair street between linton stud Meto and has a number of the quaint terms in use in law matters in those day Mr Blanton was the giandfather of Messrs J B B H A D and Albert lilanton of this city and was quito a large owner of real ea tate at one RAINS On Wednesday afternoon we had a nice rain lasting an hour On Thursday morning we had another lasting over two hours They did a vast amount of good LONG In this city on Wednesday night Mr James Long aged about 80 years Ho leaves a wife and several chil dren Kodol Cure Digests what you eat TOO MUCH FESTIBUL i One William Bergo colored was arrested and tried before Judge J H Polsgrove for indulging in too much fostibul at Huge Station on Saturday night Tho fun was kept up until nearly daylight Sunday morning when Mister forgo made that region sulphurous with his oaths Five dollars anti cost was what the Judge thought would cool his ardor rtr J jr J 1 THE TAYLOR WORLDS FAIR TOURS Prof H K Taylor of the Louis ville Training School at Beech mont is conducting parties to the Worlds Fair Prof Taylor is an old hand at things of this kind having taken parties to Europe and on other desirable trips Those who have gone to St Louis under his management have come back enthusiastic in praise of the way he does things They report that the expenses are very low that the rooms he obtains for them at the hotels are cool and pleasant that the1tablemore than they expected Quite a number of Woodford county people have gone on these tours and they are cordial in praise of Prof Tay lors management Arrangements can be made for trips at any time up to December 81 llf1 B Lewis endorses these trips of Prof who wish to go under Prof Taylors arrangements and who wish to be assure of pleasant and agreeable people to be with while going and at Fair should write to Prof H K Taylor Beechmont Louisville and he will promptly furnish all information desired CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Democratic State Central met here on Tuesday and selected the following cam paign committee- S W Hager Chairman O M James H B Hines John B Bra shear and John 1I Lassing S Percy Haly Secretary E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY othersI organization indisposition BIRTHS CtsateoitawtUatbeelda time- SPLENDID DEATHS Dyspepsia TaylorThose DEMOCRATIC IThee THE THE CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor 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 Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the Rostjllsto coughing the greatest Ginger and dread of tho consumptive can ho prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to yo to a w clime yon will find that of tho thouslllldsur consumptives there the few who are benefited und regain strength aro those that use German Syrup Trial bottle regular size 7tic A tall druggists yr a sBears Signataro of A m Krd its Botzhf HAMMOND COIHave One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades o select from 47ulmI The pill that will will Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Takn one at night Ii Witts Little Early Risers aro stimuli easy to take easy and in effect yet they are so tntluI result that no ono who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from billiousness sick headache liver jaundice dizziness torrid troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Early Risers are unequalled Sold by all druggists A VERY CLOSE CALL II I stuck to my engine although every joint ached und every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotivo fireman of Burlington IowawaR weak and pall without any appetite and all run down was about to give up got a bottle of Electric Bitter und aftnr tucking it I felt as well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug gists Price 50 centsi 4 JA DECIDED IMPROVEMENT The City Council has instroctodf Mayor Darnell to have a culvert built over the valley across Ewing street and the street filled in and graded This will he a vast im provement and does away with the old rickety bridge that has spanned the valley so long It will enable vehicles to como from Fourth avenue through to Second street PILES OF DIRT MUST GO IThe Ladles Civic League have us to call attention to the piles of dirt left on St Clair street by tho street cleaners They claim that the dirt is left until it dries out and is again scattered about fie street They say it must go and whenever the ladies get after YIUII you had butler go Mr and Mrs Wm ODonnell ands children Eleanor and Allen re turned Friday morning from a two weeks stay in Washington DOMESTIC TROUBLES It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic rup tures occasionally but these can KingsNewtrouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you hut cure 50c at all drug gi ts genuintiLaxative the remedy that cares it cold In one day ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clufchei of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger r THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING cwt AREtDENNS SURE SAFE SPEEDY CURE tMrMr Brelsford and wife Ave fMrShinglerPresident andMaynardSt Mr VKon and wife Northwood Ave Rev SbVtz and Roy Shuttz 1i We could nil a large newspaper with responsible vJtuesses what Denims Sure Safe anti Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGA vU 1 t 1Stor jWewhiut fdj 111iw will tl- ihighst rah laic We LllIisLrJ lAHOlJ30thJuly SMI tl Dr Vcnvcr Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Condo heals akin eruption I 1 W Gayle asks the readers of this psipir uh1 ii ro suffering with i indigestion or dyspepsia tn call on him at once and get a b ttle of yonknowwe know It you would not stiller 1ypopsiiCorotissuehuilding tonic as well It is endorsed personally hy hundreds of IntilgesItion Bears Signature of n Bough jI f fJlt T =THeFranRfartRnQnflaDQUt u Eltterdat tht lupsbpUro at Frupkf0r iel tilt kn seundrlas innilabte matt r QEO A LEWIS ProY and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 30 190 4 RE V EN UE A S3 GN M ENTS Assignments for August inOJ f IAdnm Fiebor Lexington W F Croghan day duty T E Old hum additional and bottling T H Sbolby Jr gauging 2 Kentucky lover 11stiller- vFrankfurt1V1 Hamilton day duty John M Stevenson adds tional R Spiers additional H T Gaines gauging 3iH E Pogue Distilling Co list wi11jH G Holliday day duty Frank Hurting additional and bottlingf Gallin gaug ingI4W A Gaines Co Frankfort R Strauss duy duty P S Mule additional G T Montjoy additional J W Jowott addi tional F D Clark gauging o James E Pepper Co Lexing tonr T Gunn day duty ZT Phelps additional and bottling A G Leonard additional D C Borryman gauging 0 Poyntx Bros Co daysville11- F Scliooler storekeepergauging JS T Gretubaum Midway1V T Cros th wait day kitty P P Parrish additional G P Mc j Cann bottling G W McConnell additional M G ONeill gaug ing 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiser ton11 Burbridge day duty D C Rpiryman gauging r 11S C Hcrhst FrankfurtA W Nazor day duty L Baker bottling John Stephanski gang f lug 14G G White Co ParisH H t Oroxton day duty C T Thvock flllorton additional E F Dar naby additional and bottling D gaugingt Co Mt SterlingF M Cisco lay duty T J Kearns additional IttI bottling T H Shelby Jr r gauging t tiT H Rogers Co Maysville J W C Slye storokeepergaug lug t3E M Babbitt Versailles J t T Kerry fotolelel per gltllging 83 Georgo Baker Frankfort J 1TBrawner storekeepergaugingV- 7 3John Cochran Co Frankfort J A Logan day duty Amos Griilith additional and bottling H T Gaines gauging AtoJames E Pepper k Co Yur- 7nnlltonW B Anderson store keepergauging tow J Fimier Versailles E W Lane storekeepergantring ri2Lahrotl Graham Frankfurt p C H Tnlliott day duty David if Harp additional and bottling S A Powell gauging 13E H Taylor Jr Son- sFrankfurtW S Lyne day duty W P Bacon additional J R Daglcy bottling S A Powell i 77 gauging Paris Distilling Co Paris W W Cherry lay duty N A Moore additional J D Shy tf 1tI additional W A Johnson hot tang D C Berryman gauging JJ J M Sailoll Frankfortx Speed F Owen day duty J T West bottling John Stophanski gauging UJ N Blakomoro Frankfort Buckner McElroy storekecper gauger 10 Mullins ec Crlglur Stamping t Ground U Sams storekeeper gangingf Gaines Co Frankfort f J W Black day duty L R r Diggs additional 1 G Barnett additional H C Everett addi tional C 2s WJjird bottling F D Clark gauging J 11H George T Stagg Co Frank e 1 JIIft Mothers Ear WORD lit MOTHERS EAR I WHEN t NURSING INFANT AND IN THE 4 MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE THAT TIME iSCOTTS EMULSION STRENGTH AND 1MOURI8HMENT SO NECESSARY FOR BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send for free sample SCOTT HOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York and ioo all druggists t 1 l J1u BjiShattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervousto Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured lieIA shattered nervous system nearly always leads to some affectilJlinf the eiejinlly where the tients heart is wenk from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles IiatCure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a blood tonic which speeduy corrects and rojrulatrs the hearts action enriches the Mood and improves the circulation It nilbuild you just as it did Mr Crawford vhse letter follows and greatly improve your general health II have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and knit Cure that frecl recommend them as the best remedies fur the diseases thc are recommended cure When legan taking these medicines I weighed scarcely pounds my nerves were badly shattered nod my heart troubled me a great deal had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on mv left side had frequent smothering PI1IItateIsuffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh pounds I am happy now and am trying to make back the money I oodhiledruggists sell and guarantee first hot He Dr Miles Remedies Send for free hook AddressUr fortW D Blanding dn dut VIComllski gnu ping- PUBLIC WARFHOUSEI Lexington LexingtonH S Format W G Dunlap storekeepergauging RECTIFYING HOrSESiStoll it Co R S Strader C Son Stoll Hamilton and W J Smith Co Lexington James AI Eastin gauging J P Williams Frankfort H T Gainos gauging H E Poguo MaysvilleL M Gaflin gauging GENERAL STOREKEEPER GAUGING General StorskeeperGaugor R Bullock HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 47lmI CARD OF THANKS We desire to return our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors who wore so kind und tlumuht fnl to us during till illness and death of our mother Mrs Lou Johnson And we desiro also to thank the Prudential Life Insurance Co for their prompt settle mont of our claim against tlw1I1IMISS LIZZIE GEORGE H WH ArIFrankfort July 2K 1004 A boon to travelers Dr Fowl loVs Extract of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery diarrhea seasick ness nausea Pleasant to take Perfectly harmless HJ PUBTiCA COMMITTEE i ArG The Republican State Central Committee met in Lexington on Wednesday and elected the follow ing campaign committee R P Ernst Chairman C C Mengol Geo W Long John C Wood Sam 1 Roberts Tom L Walker Secretary John Marshall Treasurer Judge James Brontliitfc was se lected as the Republican election commissioner to succeed Cnl H lJ Stone who was found ineligible WAIT FOR IT DONT FORGET IIIThe Young Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will run an excursion on the Falls City some time about time middle of Au gust Tho exact late will bo given later The expansion will go to Tyrone or probably beyond tout point Tho rate foi the round trip will be very low A nice and pleasant trip is assured Walt foijj it td Ten thousand demons gnatiyingc away at ones vitals mtioli worse than tho tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cute Doans Ointment never fails r ilHON CALEB POWERS SPHCIAL HATh Excursion Train to Cicninnati Tho Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway in eonju inn with this Q C will run another of thtlll special low Intl excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday Aug 14 at the low rate of l2o fur the round trip Train will leave this city at 7 III in Returning will leave Cincin lniWANTED Manager fur Rctnil Grocery Must be A No hustler and heir gilt edgo character Address J C care Frankfort Roundubniit 47 4t FAMILY CARES This Information May he of Vain to Many a Mother In Frankfort When there is added to the many Cares inseparable from tho lenring of children that affliction of weak ness nf the kidneys anti auxiliary organs the mothers lot is fat Iriiii a happy one This condition 1111 be quickly changed and absolutely cured by the use of nouns Kidney Pills When this is known the mothers burden will bo lighter and her home happier Mrs Sally Moore of mm Hkh St wife of J W Moore now retire d says I procured goons Kidnev Pills at J W Gaylos drug stare for my daughter Hester whose symptoms of kidney complaint left no possibility of doubt as te what kind of medicine she required The most distressing dilllculty way with the secretions the kidneys did not seem to act cnn speak- postivolyabunt the results obtained from Doans Kidney Pills 1111 are a remarkably Inn ltpurntloli- will be only too pleased to give further particulars to any lady wl o wishes for them Tin remedy which carries out the claims made for it thoroughly as Doans Kid IlU Pills deserves till endorsation ortht public It For sale by all dealers Price rO cents FosterMilbfirn Co Buf Palo New York solo agents for tho United States- Remember tho name 10allIand take no other Dr Cailys Con ditfon IVwuern are just what a horse needs when in bUll onuition Tonic blood purifier a11t rermifuge They are not food 1m uodicinu anti the best in use to put a in prime condition Price 2fi eiits per package For sale by J 1V Gayle and LeComptft fe Gayle i i i tti fji jli1 fQfli ot IHEADQUARTERS S6 1at tKss 1r f7 s ltsr4H r mJrr Regular Style Stays In or 6 In part 55 INCH 47 9 aa txerx n IN e t s Special fog Horse and Cattle Styl Stays In or 6 In apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hoW it will save ycu mot eyand fcr e your fields so they will stay fenced FRANK G STAGG SPECIAL A G 73 X T VacationExpenses f 1forincluding the historic Lake Erie Islands i o 1will meet your There are hundreds of places in this I good board with rooms at rates averaging wishesIYou can fish boat bathe camp out plicity of summer life afforded in this Our book Quiet Summer Retreats covering a large list of hoarding places with rates proprietors names and addresses features of location camp sites furnished cottages etc will assist I in selecting a place and will be sent by undersigned for 2 cents m postageFor excursion rates to points named in book apply to your local ticket agent and if he can not furnish or for any desired information address A J SMITH G P T A Cleveland Ohio The Lake Shore IJ TMichigan Southern Ry 1 tx4u j r Saturday July 30th I I Will be last day of The July Jubilee Sale I Andi We will have sonic Specials for this Jny which as Money Savers you cannot afford to miss t I DRY S FA EXCURSION 1 Party to St Louis Returns M Spotswoocl Complimented The excursion party to tli Worlds Fair under the manage uncut of Fred Spotswood returned Wednesday via the Southern railway after a wetks trip each member enthusiastic ovor the sights seen and the courteous treatinn given them at Convention Hotel which is famous for its good fart and excellence of management The ladies wore chaperoned by Mrs A A DoLon Among thom were Mrs E S Coleman from Georgetown Misses Maud Cole man Mollie Muir and Lena Haines Mr and Mrs E B JUoWilliamB of Shelby villa Miss Anna Laughlin of Mt Sterling Dr Roes Dr J Martin and daughter Bessie ci Cynthiana also Mr H C Wilson Miss Emma Wilson and U D Wil son of Cynthiana Mrs Emma T Powell Miss Nannie Tucker Miss J Nettle DeLong Mrs Thos R Gardner of Russell Cave A special feature of the excursion was a boat trip on the Mississippi to Jellorson Barracks anti Monto sano which was most enjoyable with delightful music and attrau tivo scenery Mr Spotswood will add this steamboat excursion to the attractions of his excursions In the future Excursion No2 will be run for the Christian Church or Falmouth Ky via the L d N t railroad August and the hour for passing through Lexington will be announced later INICE SUM REALIZED The Frankfort Drug Co kindly tendered the Kings Daughters tin use of their soda fountain on Wed nosday last tho proceeds to ho ap plied to the needs of the Kings Daughters Hospital Wo are glad to report that the nice sum of 7i was realized This will help very materially In the good work being i lone y this urbanization FUN AHEAD WJohn Robinsons great circus ox Jiibits in this city on Saturday September ikl The small boy cat now go to work and save up his small oh an go so as to ho ready and the big folks always follow suit NEmW t STAGE LINE Stumping Ground to Owonton Ky tElloctivo July 1st the following sohedulo has been estahlishUlII Leave Frankfort 150 a m t Arrive Stamping Ground T11 in Leave Stamping Ground 800 a in Arrive at Owonton 400 p in Returning Leave Owenton 800 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 400 p an Lonvo Stumping Ground IIIH p In Arrive Frankfort 7120 p m The following rates of furl will apply Between Stamping Ground and Owonton 100 Between Stamping Ground and Hosier 7fi cults Between Stumping Ground and Bethany f0 tents Between Stamping Ground and 5 cents r anti111htorsvllloS E MUTTON General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway r fi fJ FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Frankfort Ky July 18 1504 The Franklin Association of flap tilt Churches will convene with tho First Baptist Church of Frank fort on Wednesday and Thursday the 24th and 15th days of August 1004 Pursuant to an order mink at the session of the Association in- at Pleasant Ridge Church It was thought advisable that a central convenient and permanen place for the meetings of the Asso elation be provided and that tin church with which the meetings bo hold under this arrangement bo relieved of all the care and neces city of providing entertainment for the messengers and visitors and this meeting is to be held undo that provision Ample room will bo provided by the Frankfurt Church in its former chapel for all visitors and messengers to spread lunch otc At a meeting of the Executive Board of tho Associa tion hold this day this arrange mont was unanimously adopted and by virtue of that arrangement the place of the meeting time ensu ing 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 amino The following rosolu tion was unanimously adopted Resolved That u committee of four viz J E Kinney Jams A Scott N R Armstrong timid E R Jones with the pastor of the Frankfort Church as ex olllcio bo appointed whoso duty it shall bo to formulate a plan and presort it to the next meeting of time Association whereby a suitable central place may bo selected and all other necessary arrangements for time consideration of the Associa tion Resolved That the Moderator of the Association be requested to give duo notice of the above through the Frankfort papers the Baptist Argus and Recorder U V WILLIAMS Moderator Franklin Association The following standing commit tOllS mint requested to have their re ports ready when time Association jonvenos State Missions RoY B P Koaih Mrs W S harmer Schools and Colleges Wellington Lee 1B JunosirI- emperaucc Wm C French Rev M B Homo Missions J E Kirtley Crawford J o Foreign MissionsMrs N IL lamtt Mrs W S Orphans Homo Fnrn1lrIT H Itack ensmith Sundayschools nhn Shot ts- llinistOrs Ail Society Rev hIn Stuckor Miss Daisy Hockeu smith Young Peoples SoeietylIinsl Inn Kirtloy Mrs E Llones Haptist Literature Jotfroy Allison O C Kennoy Womans Missionary Society Irs M L Campbell Mrs ERones Mrs Salllo Lawson tdII TILES UPON TOP OF PILES Piles upon top of piles of people avo the Piles anti DoWitts Witch lawn Salve euros thorn There tie many diiToront kinds of Piles lIut if you got the genuine and riginnl Witch Hael Salve made by E C DeWitt Co of Chicago a euro is certain H A Tisdalo of Summorton S C says I had minus twentyyears and DoWitts Salvo cured mo after everything also failed Sold by all druggists J ti i i r Next Week A grand moving out of all remnants in every stock to clean up Mnnyrspecial items that it will paroe to to town especially to tale ad vantage of = GOODS1ZIl RlIERCARPET THE UPTODATEPARROT does not want a cracker nor does the modern matt woman or child want the soggy mushy breakfastfoodswhich are foisted upon the people as a quick and certain cure for all human ills What the parrot and the people do want is a wholesome and nutritious food that will not only sustain and strengthen the body but one that is dainty and delicate enough to tempt the appetite MALTWHEAT BISCUIT FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME Supply this want They are not a Breakfast Food but a delicious and and easily digested preparation of granulated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized good for break fast dinner and supper and unequaled as a healthful and satisfying lunch for children meals Delightful with fresh fruit and in 364 other ways recipes in every package I come between 15MEALS 15 J GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE ouijTHE LINE TILT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OKITOTAL HOlTK 10IKENIUfKIAN S ST LOUISASK FOR OUR lUTES GEO L GARRETT L J Tray Pass Agt Gen IRWINI LOUISVILLE KY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending n sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion 1 mi Intention probably pntciitnlilo Communion tloiisKtrlctljrconUdontlnl on Patents Hunt free Oldest n for curlnp patents Patents taken through Munn t Co receive tpielal notice without chase lu tho Scientific lmericanlhandsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrccsi elrIculutluu of nny sclontltlo Journal Terms fyour four months Sold by all newsdealer MUNN Co361Boada New YorkIBranch Office F Bt Waebtuutou + Saff fellsOur 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 CheesesIRudolph Bauer Fine Candies IVhiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider R ROGLRS SONS 91 b crnickc Bookcase1li1 or many Book Units as desired The only perfect combination ddsiiand bookcase ever made Roomy convenient atttac tive We want to show you possitiEHes us about it THE Equitable Life Insurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES STRONGEST THE WORLD Ralph R Wilson i SPECIAL AGENT OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY f t t 7 MeC LURES CLEARANCE SALE This means this seasons newest and best goods at moneysaving prices prices in some in stances much less than cost to us We do not carryover goods from one season to another Here is your chance to profit by this policy Cash only No goods Qn approval No goods exchanged Alterations in clothing charged for 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 Ciirhart and Cos included 7 COATS AND PANTSChoice of any two piece suit in our store for only 700 You have about two months yet to wear these in HALF PRICE ON STRAW HATS Dunlaps finest 500 Straw Hats at 250 300 Straw Hats at 150 200 Straw Hats at 100 HALF PRICE ON TIES Any 50c Necktie in our store except blacks for i5c UNDERWEARA- ll our fancy summer Underwear at greatly reduced prices 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 Boyclen Tan and Patent Colt Oxfords finest mens shoes made for 350 Laird Schober Cos Oxford Choice 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 prics are cut on an average of about 25 per cent This means 250 childrens slippers for 150 etcI IeIducedRemember we do not cut the price on everything in our store but the articles ad vertised you will find just as represented Come quick and get best choice R K McCLURE fe SON 812214 ST CLAIM ST FRANKFORT RY J fJsJ j I r r r SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris 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 In 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 the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gluts Health to the sick antf trtn0th to tba WMII Bottles only SIOO oldlnc 2K ithe trial atie wfclcri Mils for SOc rnpmd bys D Witt b CUe co For sale by J W Gayle drug gist COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the prim ary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the office of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party28te FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Representative from Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party ii8te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Dec ltf Soda- Indulgence It is to the credit of soda water that it creates no habit You can always drink it or leave it alone after you once try them especially our CLARET PHOSPHATE But the attrac tion is not due to habit but to the remarkab y d e lightful and re freshing qualities of this beverage No harm would result if you did form a habit of it for it is as pure and healthful as it is delicious 5c a glass The GaYln nrn Store 814 Main St RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho pastor being away on his vacation there will be no preaching at II a m At 8 p no Rev O L Powers of Woodlaku will preach HR 80rImon will be specially addressed to young men and his remarks will he hnpod on the life of Absalom The members of the church are urged to attend the evening service ennui to bring their envelope contri butionsSundayschool at 945 a m in thchapelHomo Department and Bible- lassTaught by S E Hutton superintendent Adults and tstrangrrs tb join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7p m in the chapel Lrmler=Cecil Farmer Topic Every Christian Called To lip a Missionary Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in the INonASCENSION E PIS COP A LitCHU- RCHRev A B Chinn reo tor Sunday July 81 1904it930 a m 11 a m Sermon by the rector 730 p m Evening Prayer and addressiWednesday 780 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 730 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part iDolthese meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH T he l Lords Supper will be observed at 1030 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 030 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned until Ootober2d t Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic A Cure For Troubled Hearts The Junior Endeavor Scciety has adjourned for the summer Everybody cordially invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach 11 a m At 730 p In there will be anjopenair servioe- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 po m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p m- Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Re v Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 730 a m Low Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev J McClusky Blayney D D pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 045 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tine Endeavor 645 p in All tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 8 p m The public cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C 1 Nugent tho pastor wilt preach at a m and 745 p m J Morning subject The Promise of the Father Evening subject A Perilous Situation r Sundayschool at 5145 a m Junior League at pl11 Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed LEESTOWN MISSION M r Edwin Kagin wUJ preach at 780ifp m CEDAR CHAPELBr T N Arnold will preach at Ce larCqapeltion tho Cedar Run pike on Sunday July 31 at 11 oclock av m Every body invited to attend WEAK HEARTS r Are caused by indigestion If you ont a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indiges tion the stomach expands swells and pulls up against the heart This crowds the heart and the breath Rapid heart heart disease is the shortenstIKodol Dyspepsia Cure you oat takes the strain heart cures sr stomach and contributes nour r ishment strength and health to every organ of tho body Sold by all druggists THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 8 a in to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at 10 m fare 40 oontswLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 u m to 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf 1 i tr t rI1 3 4IJ 4c tb t 1 144 y r y FLYR NO 15- t PREIWVENfflRY AND IMPROVEMENT SALE EYBIU Day a Fluei Dag From Now Until Hugust lOtn Tremendous cut in prices on Dress Goods Millinery XotionsrChina Etc- Remember the bargains we offer are all seasonable goods of this years manufacture Why wear a faded hat when you can get one from 25c up i r L i cut a a a in to M the to one cov era our to m is can ms as be to the one la on our and We also Cash Prizes to Clerks in each case of Lion Coffee SOME PRICES ets cts cts S D JOHNSON CO lI I 5000000CA- SHLION GIVEN AWAY to Users of COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums howI like a Check like This IWe Have Awarded 2000000 get I Presidential Vote Contest II Five Lion Heads from Lion Coffee Packages and cent stamp entitle you addition regular free premiums fi vote The acent stamp fj acknowledgment you that your estimate recorded ijj You send many esti mates desired Grind First Prizi of 500000 tWill awarded who nearest correct both Worlds Fair Presi dential Vote Contests oflerf500000 Special Grocers Particulars OF will cast for for all can for esti etc Prlie Prises60000 9OOOOO- S2OOOOOO How Would Your Name Look One Checks you will long get with will and convinced there other such value Thenrou will thats why we advertise And advertising that of wewill get Ye WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH PRIZE Complete Detailed Particulars Every Package of LION COFFEE 1rw- WOOLSON CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO f = Ir OBITUARY MRS lvd T TAM ii HUGHES Murristown suffered an almost ir reparable loss on Tuesday even lug HoxuywifeSt D tho rector of the Church of tho Redeemer which was caused by heart failure following unI attack of Brichts disease with the deceased had afflicted some time hut which had confined her to hor homo only about weeks Mrs Hughes was daughter of tho Into Thomas D Hoxsoy Paterson and was the last of her fathers family She was married to Dr Hughes twentyeight years ago and has been most valued help meet him in his parish work as as entering into tho oharitable and social life of the community and State to very large degree Possessed of exceptional oxoou 1 WtfJ iJ SEE OUR 3 for Clarks Spool Cotton 4 for Best Calicoes 5ets for yd wide Bleached Cotton 7 for yd for Best Hope Cotton- S for Lonsdale Cotton Ii f Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair 2139 people get checks 2139 more will them in ContestII What be the total popular vote President votes k dictates combined at the election s November 8 1904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted HI President For nearest correct mates received in Woolson Spice Com panys office Toledo 0 on or before November 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc as 1 First 93600001 100000 2 each 100000Prlici 20000 100000 10 Prlies 10000 100000 20 Prlies 6000 10000860 Prliei 2000 260 Prliei 1000 aGOOOO 18OO Prizes 6OO 2139 pallEt TOTAL on of These uses coffee If use LION COFFEE enough to acquainted It you be suited is no for the money take no otherand we are using our money so both usyou a benefit Hence for your Ltwt da AND in r SPICE CO i a which neon for throe a General of a to well a eta i 5 6 tiv abilities excellent judgment keen pureoption and broad sym pathies she way a lender in every stood work for tlm amelioration of the distress of the poor and suffering and foremost in the elTorts to improve upon tho conditions that load to dependency and helpless ness An illustration of her 1101Iaged women at tho alms house Every Morristown charity found in her an active supporter and in addition site was actively inter ested in tho St Katharines Home Jursoycityternity society pore which hIs lu en a blessing to many lint a short time after Silo had passed away a call was malt at the rectory for tielighttoWill be sndlv missed by nutty who have learned to look to hOI for sym pathy and help in tinge of need f L Mrs Hughes is survived by her ohlldronhutand received from Mrs Hughes a mothers love and care The funeral services were held at the Church of the Redeemer yesterday tho members of tho Vestry noting as pall bearers MOVED WAREHOUSE Tho old ironclad warehouse at the Old Judge Distillery No the property of Mr S 0 Herbst two inilos west of this city has been moved some seventy foot further away from tho distillery Mi Herhst has greatly improved this property since he purchased it and is manufacturing fine sour mash whisky there yI f t Every article in the store reduced This a money saver whree your pennies will do the work of nickles Remember this sale only lasts until August the 10th MAIN FRANKFORT KY WILLIAM YsoatAVt W loKEE I The Yeoman Carriage Co i 1 Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favorably Known to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehicles reqnire no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than lItifyIdetail The reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm namo of the Seller Carriage Co founded by onr Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 187G we shall fully maintain in the sev eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor ns possibleWealso 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 19ly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry AwayM- ore goods from our store than any other place in town We buy for cash in large quantities and take ad vantage of every discount We give our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once you will be our customer always JOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 22 1901 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I 1A M vo AM Leave STREET iIttlo No1I Ex Sund M No DaUrf Ar 225 745 0 Lexington0 II 603 S10 825 Winchester 0 856 018 Clay City 887 I48J406 923 828 435 INatural Bridge 6i ItOtI440 828 11008I Junction 615 Jackson d25 22Ii OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY =INoS IMI 1No oJI Stations INosa INo 21I ails IA M Lye PM L- e11A IAr1 pMArl 0 980 283 880 110 0 025 230 O K Junction 3aS 11tJ 1M Wilhursc 4ti 1152 152 Hampton 430 I16S 1S City 510 1222 111I S4iJI 122 Holvclmwa 5tS 123 105 Cannel City 53 125 Nos and 2tivlll make close connection at Oja K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent JR BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A t i For the Roundabout Ii And now abidoth faith hope charity those throe hut tho greatest of those is charity FAITH Tho clouds lowered The atmos phere was hot and sultry as tho heat of summer coulil mriko it and David Lake stopped tho reaper wiped the porpiraton from his face winked over to a ueiJthlioring hickorynut tree where he stood Watching the storm as it canto on swift and darkening wines Ry his side stood an angel who questioned him II Why stand ye hero idle and not afraid II Because God is with mo and Fnith holds my hand IISho it is who speaks to thee audibly replied the angel IIAnd nm sent today to bear thee heavenward The sky was brightened by a flash of vivid licht a crash broke the- stillnessthn man fell asleep and yesterday tho world wondered Why he died HOPE Two small wrens builded their nest under the rafters of the great red barn The more joy of living and its attend ina happiness was Iheond the song of each little throat but the ohoorup of home was the sweetest in the father and mother heart and in the fullness of expectation each builded bravely and wisely as t he Creator had planned and intended but the storm swept in wild fury the barn was wrecked and among the debris was found the wee silentvoiced brown birdiesand not one of them shall fall on the ground with out the knowledge of tho Father anti yet today the children cried because the birds had died CHARITY Two persons wandered hand in hand across the fields of clover She in her innocence and grace he with bronzed and manly face They talked of and planned the future when love should be the king of home and happiness They looked into each others eyes and smiled He wont out into the mart of a busy world and in the whirl of its interest forgot the sweet wild blossom of his early life while she wept and waited registering a vow of sweet patience and sweeter resignation and tomorrow the people will wonder why their story runneth thus FAITH HOPE CHARITY Why should we murmur or complain If God thinks best to send the rain Into each life TIe storm and showers That wakes to beauty spring and flowers When storms come whirling from the west W have no need for Jeep distress It takes the sunshine wind and heat To make our perfect lives complete Resolve of mind with loves control Will bring its peace to any soul And songs of praise from any sod Will bring acknowledgment from God X S COX July 1901 M 1 PICNIC lyOn August nth Lambert Ycung Council Y M 1 No CIO will give a picnic at Cove Spring Park All the necessary arrangements have been completed by the com I mittee in charge They are de sirens of making this the largest and most successful outing given in this section of tho country The t Frankfort brass baud und orchestra has been engaged to furnish the musicAu elaborate display of fire works has been secured td OASTORIABears Signature of A GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont nil wino from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and nil tho fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State eculd not remedy a bad liver or the pr0lttcosand a had liver at till same time Your liver must be in fine condi buoyanthappylight of stop vigorous and success fill in your pursuits You can put usingGreensost of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It hits icmedyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a spiritsTrial c At all druggists lyr SUMMER SCHOOL KXOX VILLE TENNESSEE JUNE LSth to AUGiTSTrith Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General Passenger Ollioo RailwayS WONDERFUL NERVE enId11lingWounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But there it no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill tho pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at all druggists SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division Nolam No5 pm 780ArLawrenceburg 954II725IINo2 No8 pm 055 020 085 pm No6 am 710Ar700II820IILouisville 840 750 1040 andLexngtonALso on trains Nos 5 and Through Obser Harrodsburg theSouthviaKnox1ilearrivingLexIngtonBetween LouisStNo No2 mArmStNo e No1 mArmIIa m No No TArEvansville 1025 pm1 180 pm No9 No mArAr Louisville 1159 mt 145 pm betweenLouisville Louismellrlltclassville LouiscarryNight trains between Louisville andSt Louis CarswithapplytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB AHem G PA JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Late Soc THMH Per Ridge Turnpike COI Will furnish abstracts of title copy of survey of any land in tltlORhtracts mortgages or suits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi solicitedSpecialRidge 448m IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Ollered bv time Henderson Between Louisville Louis and HouttI Coinuionciiiu Sunday Juno 5th Kentuckys popular line till Hen dorsoii Route will inaugurate a jafo and Fast Day service betwoon Lou isvillo ami St Louis in ouch direc tion and will improve tho time and equipment generally of nil trains pointsThroe bo enema tOl in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville SHO n m H00 p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 510 p m 7i 0 a m and 615 p m justfromern vestibule pattein and is jts fine as on any train operating in or out ofKentuckyThe a m train through without change of ears will be sontposeclof Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 900 p m train through will consist of PullmanSeeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining OarS and high back seat passenger coaches Tho Dining Cars on day trains will servo meals a la carte you pay only for what you trot 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 gll1dtoYou will bo satisfied in respect with tho accommodati0J10nd bythisthe Official Route for Kentuckians ration Cincinnati BB The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 No82IDAILY EXCEPTI 1NotIS 2 Lv D Frankfort AiI2 001fJ 58 ISnmmit 1117712 2 219 712 2J 22II 68Stamping2 29II 1046 6 2 745 85f2 55II O 8 Depot f 07B811 817 Elizabeth 9 555 820 8 Paris Junctn 9 8 Art Paris f Lv 9 b Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q 0 KentuckyCentral Connects ad Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA p MPM MAlIIA 20 815 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 6 t011015 Ar Cincinnati Lv 00 BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P M PM 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 b80 Lv Ar 83 600 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS Ai720P947P8 25P 8 A Paris L 9 80A 642P 45AIII5Poj255P HUTTONPre SAVED FROM TERRIBLE- DEATH The family of Mrs 11 L Bobbitt of Bargerton Tomi saw liar dying and were powerless to save her Tho most skilled physicians und every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible forImediate 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 00 Trial bottles free at all druggists OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEYI f H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky S H AD itfn i lt r ir i Pleasant to take j Laxative i Syrup 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 Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Y Nauseousness1Bloated ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE jINuSeashore j OUTI- NGAtlantic City j f VIA i coROUTE q Thursday August 4 04 lTHROUGH Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia STOP OVER PRIVILEGES RETURNING 1400 FR- OMLEXINGTON REINOWIKrIDO IT TODAY Tho timeworn injtiHction II Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this olmII Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps remolyforbe Dr Boschoes Gorman Syrup which has been in use for over A few doses ofthirtyfivedYonr relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough ovon if dread yourpingseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr ltkJ j J I ttItL d KNIGHT TEMPLAR CONCLAVE fu5f0 To California and Return viaiMouton Route ratelossthan166 from Louisville to San Fran cisco and Los Angeles and return will he established by the Monon fromAugust ontoherTheMononthrough train from Louisville to Deltolayto the public leaving Louisville Saturday August 7th and on tForspecial train or for rates and con ditions on other days address E RouteLouisville i atAG 111N11 wllf1LLd 0A