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T JrTVt r T THE PRABBTOBT ROUNDABOUT GBO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOLt XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUG 6 1904 NO 48 IA GREAT JUG KICK Wo disliko exceedingly to be os teemed a kicker but when we do start out in that like wo llko to do so to a finish For some time we have hind complaints front our sill scribers living on thu Lawrence burg pike that they arc from four to tIe days in receiving their pnpnrs Some of thorn oven going so far as to say that they will be compelled to discontinue their papers if this is not remedied r From what we can learn tho trouble is that there is a gap in the B F D routes Nos and 2 from this city and from Lawrenoeburg The Lawrenooburg route comes toI a certain point and there turns ofT and the route from this city does not quite reach to the point where the Lawrenoeburg route turns off so that cUizonh living in the gap get no mail at all or only at intel vals This is a perfect nuisance and ought to be abated Under rJstan1 we are not blaming tho R F D boys but their superiors who have Paid out these routes An instance in point One of our subscribers told us last Friday that he had not yet received his Roundabout of July 23 Ho also said that he ordered a piece of ma t chinery for some of his farming implements and waited several days for it to come Not hearing ho sent a man to thf city and he f brought it home at an outlay of 725 After ho hud tho machinery at home ho received a postal from the Express Company telling him that the needed works were in their office This postal was on the way four lays Being so much annoyed by these failures in the mail the gentleman as a last resort is using tho telephone to send his ordors to the city involving heavy expense He says it is much worse than it ever was in tho old times before the rural routes were established and this gentleman lives in 100 yards of the pike We trust this matter may bo attended to and the proper remedy t applied speedily + A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL Is the one hat will cleanse tho sys tons sot the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leaves a good taste in the mouth Tho lumens title pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Tnd says All other pills J have used gripe and sicken while DoWitts Little Early Risers I are simply perfect Soul by 1 W Gayle ADJUDGED A LUNATIC r Mr Pat Sullivan was tiled before Judge I H Polsgrovo on a writ do luimtico inquirendo on Monday anti ordered sent to tho asylum REVENUE COLLECTIONS FOR JULY Deputy Collector Grunt TJRob t t orts collected internal revenue taxes for the mouth of July ns foi- lows l7Hfi barrels 5SH72 010 tax gallons 7i 21010 amount of taxes s SPLENDID RAIN IWo had another splendid ruin on Monday evening It poured down very nicely for morn than an hour and then rained quietly for two hours or more All naturo smiled in welcome as tho weather had boon very warm Saturday Stir day and Iii to tho time of the storm on Monday IDrtoNEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE toA runaway almost ending fatally a horrible ulcer on tho log of J H Orner Franklin Grove b III For four yours it defied allr doctors and all remedies But Buoklons Arnica Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions Laud Piles 25o at all druggists i IJ i i 4k I COUNTY FIRE About 12 oclock on Tuesday night tho fine barn of Mr Gilber H Mastin about two and a half miles from this city was discovered to bo on fire In the excitement incident to the discovery Mr Mastin ran to the barn without stopping to put on his shoes When ho reached there tho whole barn was a mass of flames Ho succeeded in saving his carriage and other vehicles but nil of them were more or less damaged lint he was unable to roach a fine young onlyI11In the endeavor to save tho horso and other things Mr Mastin had his foot and hands pretty badly burned and was otherwise scorched by treading on hot rocks and smoldering brands In addition to the losses men tioned quite a lot of harness and farming implements wore do stroyedTho loss will amount to 1500 with only partial insurance Dr John G South was sum moned by special messenger the telephone failing for the first time in years told he and Mr John C Mastin went out to attend to Mr Mastins injuries which were found to be very painful though not neces sarily dangerous It was lucky for Mr Mastin that the fire did not come Monday night as there were four or five other fine horses in the barn which would have been lost Ho thinks tho fire was caused by an accident APPOINTED STATE ELECTION COMMISSION On Tuesday last Judge James Breathitt of Christian county and Mr Chats B Poynts of Mason county wore selected as the State Election Commissioners of the Re publican and Democratic parties re spectively In conjunction with Hon J Morgan Chinn Clerk of the Court of Appeals who is exofllcio chairman those gentlemen will compose tho commission for one year SIXTY YEARS OF POPU LARITY Is the record of Painkiller Perry Davis but the shops are full of imitations made to soil upon till great reputation of tho genuine bo cautious therefore when you ask for a bottle to see that you get tho genuine An unfailing remedy for coughs colds bronchitis WILLS PROBATED Tho will of Rev George Darsie leaving all his property to his wife was probated Monday Mrs Dar sio is executor without bond Tho will of Mr Jos Robinson was probated Monday It loaves his estate to his two Mrs Newton and Mrs danJhtblsI equally Mr lion C Mr Chits Newton are executors CLOSED UP Tho stock of wall paper paints etc of Mr W H Bridgoford in the Catholic building on St Clair street was closed out by his suit Mr Russell Brlllllfold on Monday and tho store closed up ANOTHER GAME WARDEN County Judge J H Polsgrovo has appointed Mr L A Watkins of Flat Crook an additional gauze warden Judge Polsgrovo is deter mined to stop dynamiting fish and other violations of tho gamo laws SATURDAYS BLAZE IShortly before 7 oclock on Sat an alarm from box Ut followed by an alarm from box IS called the firemen to tho residence of Mr Crouse on Murray stroot where a lamp hail exploded and sut fire to the basement dining room 1hu lire was soon oxtin uishod with hut small loss Dr Weiivorn Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for ekln eruptions t S4t i j DEATH CLAMIS CLEVER FELLOW AND GOOD OFFICER The sad news was received in this city on Monday afternoon that Mr W A Johnson of Paris a U S Government Storekeeper andI Gaugor had lied there that Johnson was an old friend of the proprietor of this paper He was a printer by trade and followed it until appointed to tho position lie held at his death He was a clover gentleman anti made an efficient officer Ho leaves a wife and two daughters to mourn his death C7Al T03RaCADears Signature of A WAR ON DOGS Owing to the fact that several dogs have gone mad in our city recently and had to be killed the police very wisely we think have oponed war on the horde of worth less ours that roam our streets making night hideous and life haz ardous for so many of our citizens If a dog is valuable enough to be worth having ho is valuable enough for his owner to pay the tax and take care of him other wise the sooner ho is out of tho way the hotter BUYS HANDSOME LOT Mr J Jnd Brislan has purchased from Mr Dan Meagher Sr his handsome vacant lot on Third street iOxlflO feet for 1500 cash Mr Brislan will at once erect a dwelling house It is a very de sirable location LAWRENCEBURG FAIR We aro in receipt of a complimentary ticket to tho Lawrence burg Fair which will be held on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 10th 17th ISth and 10th This association always puts up a firstclass oldfashioned fair and everybody that attends have a royal good time Wo dosiro to return our thanks to the officers of the association for their kindly courtesy Wo would urge our citizens to attend this fair They will not regret it 2t DISTINGUISHED AND POPULAR LADY DIES Mrs Nelson A Miles wife of Lieut Gen N A Mlles U S A retired died suddenly at West Point N Y on Tuesday of heart failure She was visiting her suit Sherman who is a cadet at that Academy She was a niece of Gets W II and Senator John Sher man and was a popular and hand ladyWHOOPEE WHOOPEE Wo Are Strictly In It and No Mistake JollIllRohhlsonshone on Saturday September Vo are promised another in tho shape of Sells Bros and Fore panghs Circus on Friday Sep 2iUl not quite throe works apart- ATIENT10N Parties going on tho C 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 D P A Lexington K- yCASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature o- fdL FINAL SALE UF Shirt WaistsiShirt Waist Suits TailorMade Suits- Childrens Wash Dresses After our July Clearance Sale we find that we still have a great many left and as we need room for our immense line of Fall Goods which will soon begin arriving daily We Must Dispose of Them at Once In order to do this we have marked prices on them that will insure their speedy relnovalIiSHIRT WAISTS 500 Waists in White or Black Japanese Silk neatly trimmed only 349 350 White India Linen Waists trimmed with Embroidery Insertion only 199 350 Waists made of White Oxford trimmed with beautiful Medallions only 199 200 Waists made of White Linen tucked in front only 149 125 White ItHlia Linen Waists trimmed with tucks and insertion only 89c 100 White Waists only 75c WASH SHIRT WAIST SUITS 500 Suits in Black or Blue with Polka Dots only 349 100 Suits in Black Blue and Green only 249 350 Suits in Gray Tan and Blue neatly trimmed only 225 300 Stilts in Tan and Blue only 199 250 Suits in Gray Tan and Blue only 149 TAILOR MADE SKIRTS 750 Skirts only 498 650 Skirts only 398 500 Skirts only 349 CHILDRENS WASH DRESSES A large line to select from bigbargainsCome and look whether you buy or not 5TAdTNktotNO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS PITAL Sonic charitably inclined person having a modest sun to give en closed fifty cents in a plain envelope and mulled to the secretary of the Kings Daughters this contri bution is appreciated and the ofllcors take this occasion to thank the donor Renewed interest is being taken in tho affairs of tho Kings Daughters by the general public just now occasioned by the announcement that the committee III charge of arrangements for their proposed new Hospital have de cided upon a plan and Architect Oberwarth is busy with tho details looking to immediate construction of tho building which will model of simplicity con and hygenic appointment onil1nclI Tho Hospital as oust approximately seven thousand dollars of which amount the ladies have already raised about three thousand and it remains fur the good citizens of this community to let their generous instincts have full sway and mall liberal gift to this most noteworthy and practically charitable movement Iii o erection and maintenance of an inIstitution of this character can redound to the crtulil of tin city and should he a matter of prido to ovoryoitien A SWEET JJBEATH healthystoutauh lI1lIoIuurimtti111Igestlouitch disorders Mrs Mary S1rielc of White Plains Ky writes I yearstriedCoil tiuied to grow worse fly the use of Kodol I began to Improve at onco and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health whatoYtII oetSold t MEMORIALThis year is marking the passing lschoulfiftyyoursMilam Judge Hord Dr Averilland others Ft is now our melon lthisMr Robinson was horn in this ttwoin his 81st year Ho leaves two 1gralHldnlland a half years inthonlarkelby 7underadoptire 1withifhoprofound religions truth by a de thisItftlovedhisWo hereby express our sympathy to andIcommunity that has lost a sterling friend j APPO lBJiMr C W Hay lato of tho Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co tints boon appointed Assistant itjRESERVOI BEING CLEANED havingtheaccumulation of stud of tho last decade Ono of tho reservoirs is completed and tho other will bo as soon as possible Quito a number of largo fish wore tfound in the reservoir aud a very i ilargoqualltltof small ones j4i1FYlTTIiClC1lRKllliv l + w = = = PERS0NAL Mrs John W Hodman left for Atlantic rity Tuesday night Mrs Lawrence lord ltft Tues day flight for Atlantic City Misr Sadie TCobiiison visited friends In Lexington this week sir1 Bacon Blanton is rusticat ing at Estill Springs J Hiss Mary Armstrong is visiting relatives at llrooksburg Ind- Mr las E Renton of Wood ford r county was in the pity Saturday Mr H IC Ward of Versailles was in tho city Satuiday Mr II B lillson spent Snnday in Louisville Mr Too LuCompto of Lexington spout Sunday in this city Mr n C Moorman of Monde t county wits a visitor here Tuesday I Dr P L Ringo nand wife have tettirnod from their vacation trip tb Rov Austin B Chinn visited in t holbyvillo this week Mr Ed E Abbott made a busi ness trip to Lexington this week Dr T A 1osoy and wife went to Louisville yesterday- Mr Torn F Xewwan has gone to Atlantic City Mr Will Kennedy has gone to Atlantic City Mrs Kato ttohannan of Jackson is visltintr relatives hero Miss Ella Russell of Louisville honetMrs ldwartl Fennell of Cynthi ann visited in this city this veok sirs John W Gaylo visited IT ion is in Louisville this week Mr U Whit Moore of Cincinnati vas a visitor here Monday Dr John G South wont to Louis vine on Wednesday right Mr Russell H Weitzol left Thurs day for Atlantic City Mrs sea Doimldxon has returned trom a visit to Cleveland O Mri1ohn K Crutchcr visited flrolntJves in Louisville tills week Mr Edward O Leigh spent Sun tlwylvith Ills best girl in Louigvlllu Col T Filter Crockett has re turned from Owen ton Mr Simon Oook of Shelbyville aas here on Monday Miss MRr art t George of Lexing ton was a visitor hero on Sunday Miss Sarah Landers of Lexing ton wan a visitor here Sunday Mr Tog Ruff left Tuesday for a visit to uis old homo in Lincoln county HT W Lnrtio Ooloman and wifo have returned from the Worlds FairMiss Lilian Alexander of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Lizzie Jacobs hi this city Mrs R H lillson ants children who have hoer visiting relatives in OiucJujiitf have returned homo Miss ilalt rot Williams of Louis yule who has boon visiting rela Hives hole has returned home Miss Elsie Leavy who has been attending the Worlds Fair has re turned home sirs Ida Smith and daughter of LaGrange were guests of Mrs W W Darnell Third street this week Tlrs Denton of Ragdad was the guest of her daughter Mrs Jas13 ston this week Mrs George Leavy of Greenville Texas is visiting Capt Saml Leavy cinch wife Shelby street Miss Tulin Elliott who has boon the guest of Miss Clifford Hazel tTIgg left Monday for Sherburne Mrs Frank Barret has gone to I5ivn Francisco Gal to visit her runcle Col Sam M Swigert Col Gee G Fetter Public Printer of Louisville was hero on Tuesday Mrs Catherine Forman who has been visiting her mother Mrs M D Hardin has returned home Mrs Arthur V Scoflold and children of Paducah visited relatives hero this week Mr Geo L Barnes left Monday tor Louisville to report to the Rev f enuo Agent as Form 10 Man Mrs J B Cnssidny who has been in St Louis at the Worlds Fair returned Monday Miss Addle Touett who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati has returned home Capt McH Richardson of Meado county visited his fatherinlaw Mr J M Case this week Mrs Jennio Can oil of New Cas fcle came hero Friday to attend time funeral of Mr Joseph Robinson 2 Mr Loraine Algier of Hamilton Ohio who has been visiting friends here has returned home ItMr TJJ3 Marshall and daughter Nellie have gone to Oakney Springs Va Miss Ross of New York t City is the guest of Miss Lilian Lindsey Mr Chas E Gallehue of tho Forks of Elkhorn is visiting rola tives in Jefferson county Mrs Myrtle Kaiser of West Lib erty was time guest of Mrs E C OJRear this week JI tt Mr Gus Thomas und wife who have been Iitll friends in Henry county have returned home Mr John Scott of Louisville sport Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville sport Sunday here the guest of Iris mother Mrs W F Barret Judge Chas1i Booo and family loft Sunday for St Louis to attend tho Worlds hair Miss Ethvina Pusoy of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs J M Van Ierveer Ir1 W Stevens of Lakeland was the guest of Dr J W Hill Saturday Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdnlo who wns the guest of her son Mr Will S Farmer has returned home Mr John Rupert of Grayson was tho guest of his son Mr Joseph Rupert this week sirs J B Tipton of Mt Sterling was the guest of her sister Mrs E C ORoar of this city this week Mr Grant L Roberts left Tues day for Canton Ohio to spend his vacation Capt J M Den try of Beatty ville was in the city on Monday on legal business sirs Cornelia Bush who has leon visiting friends at Midway has returned home Mr Thos B Newman anti wife who have been rusticating near Punks Mill have returned homo Miss Helen ORcar who has hoop visiting relatives at her old homo in Mt Sterling has returned home Miss Daisy Yeaeb of Louisville was the guest of Miss Ursula Brady this week Miss Maymo ellof Louisville is the guost of Mrs Goo H Steli lin Broadway street Rev M B Adams who has boon away on his vacation has returned homo sirs V Berborich and daughter Miss Margaret wont to French Lick Springs Ind on Thursday Mr Win H Gillis and wife of New Albany Ind visited their old home hero this wool Mrs Hrr Gaines who has boon visiting friends in Lexington re turned homo Wednesday Prof J H Fuqua and wife loft Mondav night to visit their daugh ter in Texas Mi O N Smith and wife who have been at Mnrtinsvillo Ind havo returned home Mrhas J Brislan and Mr Will n Woitxel have gone to the Worlds Fair Mrs W M Saffell and laughter liisslodd visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Tnsrl Buford and wife visited friends in New Castle this week Mr Hnrrrr no ors and wife who have been visiting friends in Lexington have returned home Dr H B Times Jr of Render visited his mother Mrs Harry B Tunes this county this week Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas and son are visiting relatives at Ban dad Miss Florrio Joyce who has boon visiting relatives in Fayotte county has returned home Mr W L P Wiard loft Thursday on his fall trip to tho South for the Studebaker Wagon Co Mrs Howard Black loft Thursday night to visit her brother in MinnesotaJudge Rollins Burnam re turned from Richmond on Thurs daynightMiss Burnam and Mr Paul Burnam left Thursday for St Grace Helm and Miss Hen rietta Holm of Louisville visited friends hero Thursday Mrs Sam Klass and laughter Miss Pearl returned Wednesday from tho Worlds Fair Mr Cecil Farmer and sister Miss Alice who have been visiting friends in Ohio returned homo Wednesday night Mr Thos P Rogers willlleave Tuesday for Red River Taos coun ty Now Mexico to visit his brother Loraine Miss Katie Johnson of Green ville Miss Is the guest of her cousins the Misses Shelby streetMr S V Grettor and family of Indiana who have been guests of Mr H A Grettor have returned to their homo Capt MoH Richardson wife and son who have been guests of Mr J M Case and wife have returned to their homo in Moado county Mr John F Davis Jr and wife of Lakeland visited his parents Col John F Davis and wife on Broadway this week Miss Katie Wlosonburgh of Lou isville who has boon visiting Miss Freddie Kaltonbrun has returned homeMr Gustavo LaFontaine and daughter Miss Alice who have been in Franco for several months returned homo Wednesday night Mrs Claude Bowles and sister Miss Nona Goodwin attended time Lexington Horse Show on Thursday t t u i a 1twt l t t 4 nn lli SrC YRM7CKt iMi l6Yrl unnh It L t 0 I FOR SALE BY M A SIFJLBERT LEADING JEWELER y X t 1 hCCO == fltlHnlroFriday to attend tale funeral of Mr Joseph Robinson Mr W D Grant of St Louis Mo who has been visiting his parents fajT Alex Grant and wife returned homo Saturday Mr Robt L Greene was called homo from a visit to Bracken county to attend tho funeral of Mr Jos Robinson Miss Margaret A Lewis after a visit to her brother Mr Will A Lewis at Harriman Penn has gone to Wnynosvillo N C to stay several weeks Miss n n bon Il Taylor of Louisville was the guest of her nephew Mr Howard H Taylor Todd street this week Judge Joss T ONeal and Cot Isaac T Woodson of Louisville wore hero on legal business Mon day Mr Landon S Coleman of Mid dlotown wets called hero by tho lentil of his brother Mr John M Coleman Mrs W W Jett daughter and son of Jetts attended the funeral of hor brother MrJ M Coleman on Tuesday Col C E Merrill and wifo and Vednesdnyforfuture Mr J Q Adams rind wife of Hawosville were called hero on Friday afternoon to attend tho funeral of Mr Jos Robinson Mr John Dunn of Harrodsburg fllnoIllIlMrs C C Hazelrigg und daughter Miss Nina loft Sunday for a visit to tho Worlds Fair III St LouisMr John Rupert of Grayson who has boon the guest of his son Mr los Rupert returned homo Wednesday morning sirs A D Brown and children who have boon visiting relatives in Missouri and Kansas returned homo Sunday night sirs W L Rodman and daugh tors Misses Mary and Virginia of Philadelphia Penn are uosts of her sister Mrs J M VanDorvoor Mrs B H Blanton and children of Kuoxvillo Tenn who have been visiting Mrs Alice Bllanton have returned home Mr John Todd Holmes of Louisville visited his parents Dr S B Holmes and wife in this city this J Craik Jackson of Cincinnati who hue been tives here returned home Sunday morning Mr Ross and wife of Now Or leans La who hove been guests of Mr W D Roy Second street have returned home Mrs Hugh Leavoll of is the guost of Mrs John N Marshall this week on the Law roncoburg pike near the city Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad who has been the guest of leer sis ter Miss Ruth Robinson has returned homo Miss Ruth Kennedy and brother Mr Isaac Kernedy are visiting friends at their old home in Eddy ville General Deputy Collector Chas O Reynolds and Special Goo L Barnes of Louisville were in tho city Wednesday Mr Wilmot H Kidd wife and daughter Elise who have boon rusticating in Clark county ro turned homo Tuesday night Mrs W M Corhly of Elgin 111 who was the guest of her sister Mrs S E Hutton returned home on Wednesday morning Mr Frank Clark and wife of Bryan Tex who have been guest of Dr J W Hill have returned homeMiss Edith Simpson of Dixon Springs Tenn who has been visit Simpsonhas f Mrs its A Lewis and Mss Belle Giltnor visited their sister Mrs N M Crutcher at Duokers this week Mr C J Stringfellow and wife and Miss Mary Stringfollow re turned Wednesday from a visit to relatives at their old homo in Owen county Dr Jos T Bryan wife and daughter who havo been visiting her mother Mrs Maria A OdlloscliljlniRev T McClusky Blarney D D has gone to New York City to moot his son Prof T Lindsey Blayney and wife who will return from Germany on Monday Miss May Rohan nan of this city hUH been appointed as nurse at City Hospital in Louisville and will shortly go there to enter upon her new duties Mrs Wrl Bucknor of Shelby villo was the guest of hor parents Col John F Jai marl wire on Thursday returning homo than night Mi Gcor4 Payne a member of the Chippewa Club who was de tained when the other members srteil on their trip left Thursday for Wisconsin to join tho Club Capt M H Insko of Carlisle came down and took charge of time Stump Deputys allied on Monday in the absence of Deputy Collector Grant J Roberts Mr Russell Bridgeford who hay been here attending to closing out his fathers store has completed his job and gone to Cincinnati to liveMr Win C Choato and wife left Tuesday for Niagara Falls und Up nor Nyack N Y to visit Mrs Cnoates sister Mrs Adam K Stephens Mr Millard F OJlenr of Oxford Ind Superintendent of Schools of that city who was the guest of his brother Jndgo Ed G ORear loft for homo on Tuesday morning Mr Ben T Farmer of Cincin nati Ohio who was called hero by time death of his fatherinlaw Mr Jos Robinson returned homo Sat urday Mr Will S Farmer Jr of Cin cinnati Ohio who was called hereby tin death of his grandfather Air Jos Robinson returned homo Sunday morning Mr G E Forston flf Louisville commercial evangelist for The Pineulo Drug Co Chicago Ills was in tho city Monday and called usMrs Elizabeth Cain who has boeu so ill at the Jeffors House was taken to the residence of her daughter Mrs A G Jolfers on Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs E D Kemper of Owon county who have hoer visiting their laughter Mrs L T Min Ish at have returned homo Mrs Hiram Berry and niece Miss Clintio Cunningham who have boeu visiting Hon W L Cannon and wife near Midway have returned home Mrs L B Kohulo and daughter Mrs Sadie Tripoltt and baby of Fort Worth Texas wore called hero by the illness and death of her brother Mr J M Coleman but arrived too late for the funeral Mr J L Jones of Wllliamsburg came here Tuesday to look after his father Mr Frank M Jones who was found hurt on tho street and who afterwards died took the remains home Wednesday night Mr Forest Wright our firstclass quitthedisagreement with Manager Tohau has boon and will be put back in tho game Mrs Genevlovo OH Samuels and daughters Misses Luoilo and unu son Mr Theodore OH Samuels of Louisville have rented tho residence of Capt 1 T West on Fourth Avenue and moved in Mrs Samuels will be remembered as tho beautiful and accomplished Miss Gonovlovo OHara laughter of Mr Chas OHara it flI 1t4JE4 t 11 Mr Carl Kagin of Messrs C Kagin Bro loft Wednesday i1 for Now York and other cities to purchase a fall stock of dry good notions ladies roady inado suits oto and promises his customers one of the best selected stocks to chose front this fall which has ever been brought to this city Ho will be accompanied by hisImother Mrs ami to gether they will visit thoir old home at New Bedford Massachu setts before returning DRE O ROEMELE2rSpecialist on o11 n and IltI 111ODONNIiLL ltH 11ttSt TJIIIIII II 0id18 New 136 ecI IIWIf d illlLr Louisville BETWEEN r iW AND Chicago 1t OfECALIFORNIA AND THE 1f VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN CHICAGO PTATION Dining and Parlor Cars 4 Palace Drawing Room Sleeper d l Cor 11E Horse Timers- Chronographs Split Seconds Five Minute Re peaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled AndaSilver r FOR SALE BY HI 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler J l iA1u 8 CAGED 11 f PMvo tramps who have Mien tot roriing people at various points on J 1thu Versailles pike nitro uorraled by Deputy SliorilFs Howard Tellers Amos Man ford E Pierce and Con stale M IJ P Wiliams Jr and lodged in jail tin Tuesday last Thoy gave Inuk Cooper TeRse Johnson lake Sloan Mason Sloan and Henry Kelly as their names They had gambling implements nnd a lot of uanuellod checks in their possession and were raising sand generally having throe abandoned women with them ment of payment they went to tho work house Tlio women were told tot skeodadlc which they did MADE AN ASSIGNMENT Mr T A Vandeventor a Holmes 2stroot grocer made an assignment for tho benefit of his creditors to Attorney L F Johnson on Thurs t day KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 4 frhe following aro the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as far as reportf HarlodAbl1rg August 9 8 days Eminence August days i Lawrencoburg August 104 slays Liberty August 15 3 days Brodhead August 17 8 days Fern Creek August 23 4 days Sholbyvillo August 23 4 days Shepherdsvillp August28 4 days Springfield August 24 4 days Somerset August 80 4 days Nicholasville August 80 8 days Florence August 81 4 days Glasgow August 31 4 dn Eliznbethtown September 6 41 yzHartford September 21 4 days Y M C A AQUATIC CLUB A desirable place has been found to build the dressing room for the Swimming Club It will be situ ated just below the wharf on the north side of the river the most convenient place for both North and South Side boys Work will begin Immediately and it seems likely it will be ready for use by the latter part of the week If the members of this club who have not bathing suits will hand their names in at once to the Secre tary of the Y M C A he will order thorn by wholesale Suits can be had from 50 cents to 125 Also those desiring an individual key to the dressing room will kindly notify the Secretary The member ship is now over sixty and will be kept open throughout this month for charter members 4 UNFORTUNATE PTipstaff T M Phythian of the Appeals lost his pocket book on Tuesday containing 47 in money and two railroad passes fOn Wednesday he received the pocketbook and the passes through the mail but as to the money nit This was a pretty heavy loss fur our young friend- PUTTING IN SEWER Tho big West End sewer Is being built under tho direction of City Engineer Frazier HEADEND COLLISION Two passenger trains on the main 1 lino of the L N R R came to r gether in a headend collision on Wednesday night and thirtyseven persons were injured some of thom fatally FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms otllfANHA1THNlHEUAPEUlIC ASSN Dopt B 1185 Broadway N w York City READJUSTMENT OF SALARIES By time dispute given below it will be seen that tho salaries of Rural Fret Delivery Carriers have boon readjusted under time new law and made much more equi talbe for nil concerned Washington August 8An order opnrtmontIthe hearts of ovor 10000 rural free delivery carriers adding from 18 to 72 to tho yearly salary of each All rural carriers appointed prior woroIestablishment of routes at time time will receive time maximum pay of 720 The schedule which became effective July is to prevail In fixing tho compensation of all car riers appointed since Juno 80 Under tho readjustment of salaries and routes tho standard route was fixed at 21 miles tho pay therefor being 720 the carriers under the old schedule who wtre paid tho maxi mum of 500 und who had a maxi mum route were through tho read ratingthereof from 25 to 2H miles who would receive no more compensation than those serving a route of 24 miles So deeply has the injustice of tho now law been felt by the carriers that a number of Indignation moet ii g have boon held time last in jSew York City It was with a apparuntinequality this morning was made genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day TO OF BEATHS OCONNERIn this city on Thursday night Mr John OCun ner aged about 88 years after a long illness He was a devout Catholic Tho funeral will he conducted Shopherd byRoyEDWARDSIn this city on Thursday night Mrs Amanda M Edwards aged 70 years Mrs Edwards was the grand mother of Mrs John C Sower The remains were taken to Pleas ureville on yesterday afternoon for Weavers Syrup ParttM the blood Cerate ointment for the kin Y M C A SOCIAL Tho second in tho series of Y M C A Socials was given cn Thurs tho good ladies of theMethodist Church Thero was a largo crowd of young people present who greatly enjoyed the occasion Delightful light refreshment consisting of sherbet and oake wore served by the handsome and winning ladies assigned to the task Beautiful and appropriate music was rendered by Misses Payne Smith and McClure Altogether it was a most pleasant and agreeable affair The third in the series of the socials will be given two weeks from Thursday evening August 18 by the ladies of tho Southern Pros bytorian Church Owing to a violent sick headache Rev C J Nugont was unable to attendAll young men aro especially urged to attend BACK AT HIS POST Mr Gustav Lufontaine more familiarly known as Frenohy who has been visiting his mother and brother in la belle Fnuicalso returned homo on Wednesday night after an absence of moro than throe months Ho is looking unusually well told says he enjoyed ovary mo mont of his stay Ho brought his daughter who has been at school in Paris for the last two years home with him His many friends aro glad to wol come him buck Ho brought quite a number of souvenirs of his trip with him i 1 J b i KaLLH COUC AND CURE THE lUNCS IWITH Drc til zs y FOR CONSUMPTION I50c Surest and Quickent Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK tHv d YouCanPin Your TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you ill a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E in milling GO Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for ekln eruptions BIRTHS MARSHALL In this city on Tuesday to Mr Ben Marshall and wife a son weight 10 pounds WILLIAMSOn Saturday in this city to Judge B G Williams and wife a sonJohn Whipworth LEONARDIn this city on Wednesday to Dr H M Leonard and wife a boyweight 10 pounds I STOOD IN A DRAFT With my coat off and caught this wretched cold t1 says the sutferer penaltyifact 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 oold PerryDayRUNAWAY The horse attached to the delivery wagon of the Golden Rule Grocery ran away on Thursday and smashed the wagon to kindling throwing tho driver young Bram woll out and bruising him painfully WHAT IS INSIDE OF THE WORLDS FAIR And How to See it at the Least Expense Time Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is Inside and what is outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see it at tho least expense Tho booklet contains information of such value that all prospective visitors to St Louis should have a copyHow to roach tho Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to got around the grounds to tho best advantage tho must economical plan for touring tho Exposition things of importance to see in St Iouis together with many other valuable pointers regarding a trip of this nature are only source of the many points covered in this com plete booklet It is something you should have before planning your Worlds Fall trip and van be obtained by ad trussing Mr h J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky 4 ti tJf j I iI loMICHIGAN AND RETURN 10 Via Mnnon Route and Stunner r PetoskoyHarbor and Clmrlovoix Flue loon Route wit sell tickets from Louisville to tho ahovo de lightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chi cage and tho magnificent steel steamship Mauitoti which will he good returning fifteen days Berths maid meals on time Manitnu extra former from to J according to location and the latter a la carte This is the ono and only annual rail and Take Michigan outing at greatly reduced price and by tho yearsboatequal For reservations and further information address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky FIFTY CENTS on Cheap rates to Georgetown Ky Sunday August 7 HlOtiFrankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell round trip tickets between Frankfort Ky and Georgetown tripiJraillsin and 500 p m Leave George town 1045 a m nnd 000 p m S E HUTTON G P A r THANKS We have boon placed under obligations to the officers of the George eomplinmentaryI and Friday August 9th 10th 11th and This 12th fair has proven a great suc cess veal it has been held and draws large crowds from our countyThis year should not prove an exception to the rule E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT THE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY intermentDr i1iscve Faith ACTION CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much better 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 so is a good nights rest SyrupI absence of that weakening and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion tine to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime ou will find that of the thousands of consumptives there tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yrI OAri C nxABaars BJgnature of A TO OLD POINT COMFORT OCEAN VIEW AND THE SEASHORE- C O ROUTE Saturday August 13 1904 12 from Lexington Ky Train loaves Lexington at 740 p m Frankfort 13 Morohoad 11 11jlheRhhImond attrauItlVASide Trips at low rates from Old PointSurf Bathing Boating and Fishing can be enjoyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will bo granted east of Kanawha Falls on tripSleeping rates will ho 850 for berths Lexington to Old Point For reservations and further in formation address G W Rarney n P A Lexington Ky or C C O A cents Tim greatest summer trip tickets will bo good returning August 27 1104 H W FVLMSK G 1Ala- simingtmm D C G W BAUNKY DP A Lexington Ky ode Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat t t DAILY EXCURSIONSm TOLEDO DETROIT ISt Clair i1 Port FlatsJBy the Magnificent of iu Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at 015 after arrival of morning trams Returning arrive Week Days 830 fSundays ool Fore to D unlirvtedrottnd trip Siat Fxursians- to Detroit uiid r turn Week Hays returnImeals and berth extra Special Rater 1o Socittiej Close connecions at Detroit steam ers for liuiialo the Soo Duluth etc For further information sec nearest Railroad Agent or write c rMgrIVH GOLDEIDA a =s c Bears Signature of J Krd ci Bought TESCAPthWomen et of the Doctor Undertaker and t Grave Digger i THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE AND FREE FROM RHEUMA IHAPPY LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USINQ oj DENNS SURE rSAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMr i Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N HightryMr Miracle and wife GrocerW Broad w Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler andMaynard AveRevcould fill a newspaper with IWe witnesses what Denns Safe and Speedy Cure can do But 11 try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helppit t GAYLES Drug iJ GOOD PEOPLE TO THE RESCUE anjChilI r properly trouti dml fr r thy are taken to thiur new honn s technicalpity como available It now Devolves upon the good people ot tho State to exert themselves to make good this deficiency It s hunt detormined h the directory of time Branch HOliH Society in this city to hold a meoting on Tuesday niirlit next in the rooms of the Y M A to en deavor to deviso moans to meet thh emergency Due notice will hE give of this meet In in tit various churches of the ciry tomorrow Sunday It is very earnestly unred that thorn be a loge lit 11JlII lIt at the Tuesday lIi Every good man HlllInCIlIluau should help along this good cause Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerntc heala skin eruptions hr THeFranMortRoimflaDQti t Entered nt the postolllee at Frankfort KC1l tuck assuiOiuldass niailabk matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUG 6 1904 DEATH OF MR JOHN M COLEMAN At 3 oclock p m on Sunday Wnfternoon Mr John M Colonial home on Steolo street of consumption aged fin years Mr Coleman was the son of the l late Mr J Carter Colomnu of this f city and was born and reared here t He was also a nephew of the Hon Roger Q Mills T S Senator from Texas his mother being a sister of Mr Mills Mr Coleman was a quiet un assuming and retiring gentleman In early life he was married to Miss is Emily Woodson daughter of the Into Mr R Klddor Woodson and eight children were born to them two sons Mr Woodson Coloman and Master John Marshall Coleman and six dnughtersrtssos Emily Annie Elizabeth Eva Mary and Clarice Coleman Mr Coleman was a contractor and builder by occupation but owing to ill health he had not been able to follow his occupation for several years He was a member of the First Baptist Church for long years He was a soldier in the Civil War and was shot through the right breast in an attack on Fort Boone this I city by Col Henry Giltners Con r federate Cavalry from which he never fully recovered The funeral services wore con ducted from his home on Steele street on Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock by Rev Wm Crow of the Southern Presbyterian Church In the absence of his pas tor Rev M B Adams and the remains were deposited in the fam ily lot in our cemetery t In addition to his wife and chil dren he loaves three brothers Mr Ed J Coleman of Louisville Dr J J S Coloman of this city and Mr L S Coleman of Middletown and three sisters Mrs W W Jett and Mrs John M Jameson of this city FortJIS THE NAME TiDEVIITt When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DoWitt on- fi every hex The pure unadulter ated Wltvh Hazel is used in makini DeWitfs Vitcb Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises hells eczema and pile The popnhuity of De J Witts Witch Hal Salve due to its many cures has caused nume ontfi name E C loWitr f Co Chicago f Sold by J W Gaylcv n r tc Croun instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eeloctric Oil Perfectly i safe Novel fails At any drug store ISrnAX BADLY HURT tt A stranger supposed to bo Frank M Jones of Whitloy county was found on Monday evening in Cat Fish Alley with a bad hash on his I head and unconscious t Dr T S Demareo was called and fiiexumined the man Ho is uncer tain as yet whether the skull is crushed in or not lie man had 58oO in money in his pocket and a letter addressed to the nime given above It is not known whether tho man who had been drinking was hurt by some one or whether he fell on the rocks in the alley and hurt lfJJones died Wednesday af tern t 0 I f Hump H Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a back straight neither will It make 2ashort leg long but it feeds soft bone Iand heals diseased bone and among the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption New York famplcI 4 Z I MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses WeaK ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares ami anxieties of the sickroom followingI been healthy with the ex ception of a touch of rheumatism since ae came on up to the time of my husband last illness some cars ago I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness mv trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and m stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time began Miles Restorative Nervine and TonicIwas up about the house continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened otherpeopleourdaughterhavlog results in a case of paraysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know of a number of others whom yourmedicine has in a large degree I wish rou continued success MRS FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All drucgists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr IX MEMORIAM The following notion was taken by tho Board of Directors of the National Branch Bank of Kentucky upon the death of Mr Joseph Robinson Time President reported tho death of Mr Joseph Robinson a member of tho Board of Directors of this bank from its formation in 19CO and from July 1897 connected with the Branch Bank of Kentucky therefore upon motion it was Resolved That in the death of Mr Robinson this bank has lost a faithful and efficient director that the members desire to express their high appreciation of him as a man true to his conviction of right and kindly in his intercourse with all Resolved That as an expression of our high regard for hint personally this board with the officers of the bank attend his funeral ser vices in a bodyE L SAMUEL President WHEAT ACCIDENTALLY BURNED Mr Norman Wilkerson who lives near tho Forks of Elkhorn had tho misfortune to have his wheat crop nearly all burned up while still n the field on Saturday Mr Wil kerson had sold his wheat to parties in this city and whilo he was here delivering ono load that in the field caught fire it is supposed from embers loft by tho thresher anti was neatly till destroyed The loss will amount to about fGOO FORMER CITIZEN OF THIS CITY DIES Mr Andrew Salender of Winchester a former citizen of this city and a brother of Councilman George Salonder died at his home in Winchester on Saturday Mr Salonder had acquired a comfortable estate and was a popular gen tleman HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 41lm PROMOTED Corporal Jesse M Mattorn Company C 2d Regiment National Guards of this city huts been made Quartermaster Sergeant of the flog iment by Col Roger D Williams WAn FOR JT nol FORGET IT The Young Ladies Aid Society of tho First Baptist Church will run an excursion on the Fulls City some timo about the middle of Au gustrlho exact lute will ho given IntoIrlho excursion will go to Tyrone or probably beyond that point Tho rate for the round trip will bo very low A nice and pleasant trip is assured Walt for it td t WOMAN WINS 2600 Mrs Herbert Totlow Washington villo 0 First Prize in Lion Coffee Contest A Fortune for Correctly Estimatim Worlds Fair Attendance on July 4th Another Lib eral Premium Oilerod tensed on Presiden tial Vote Tolorfo 0 July 21tipecinl Probably KO ono wan more surprise than was rs Herbert Tot low Vttshington mile Ohio when tin postmaster delivered to her an on volopo containing a certified chhek for 2f00 signed by the Woolsoi Kpico Company of Toledo Ohio Ihis good fortune is tho result of an estimate made by Mr jtlow In aroordiinoo with the Lion ColTiM premium olIN to those coming tin nearest to estimating the 4th of rub attendance at the St Louis Exposition on July 4th wns l306fi0 As Mrs Totlows estimate was exactly correct she was given list reward Mrs Totlow sent in only six estimates M K Hassinger Lamona Pn received the second prize of 1010 E B Roseboom Frankfort O and James Ashcroft Raleigh N Cooonch received 500 prizes Tn till 18fl prizes amounting to 20 000 wore awarded tF 3 Throughout the last six months Woolson Spice Company has boon publishing in the leading news papers of America an otter of 50 000 In cash prizes The 20000 just awarded is in theirs Worlds Fall Contest Another 20000 will he given in the same way to those who make tho best estimates of tho total Presidential vote to be cast next November This contest is awakening groat interest through out tho country and Lion Head trademarks are being eagerly sought after some persons offering to pay as much as five cents a piece for them The progressive methods of ad vertising and profitsharing adopted by the Lion Coffee people are sure to add to tho popularity of this- nlroadv wellknown and widely sold product All told S3 people in Kentucky won prizes the ten leading ones being 2000 Prize Estimate J J Phillips Grayson Ky 189825 1000 PRIZE Wm Dilley Groenup Ky won 2 prizes 140000 and 140100 Mrs B L May Muir Ky140097- Mrs Anna B Pettell Folsom Ky 139339 H B Morton Mortons Gap Ky 140 000 Johnathan Salmons Green up Ky 140040- J L White New Columbus Ky 189007 W W White Lytlo Ky 140028 500 PRIZE Thos Blanohard Maysville Ky 188781 W H Bogan Franklin Ky 185912 The editor extends our henrt congratulation on the well desenod good fortune that fell to us locally- In addition to other State winners awards in this city were made to D P Gray who won 8 prizes 110 318 18795 and 138948 A SUMMER COLD A summer cold is not only annoying but if not relieved pneumonia will be tho probably result h fall One Minute Cough Cure clCl1is the phlegm draws out tho inflamma tion teals soothes and strengthens tho lungs and bronchial tubes One Minute Cough Cure is an iderl remedy for the children It if pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by J W Gayle SPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cicninnati 1ho Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway in conjuction with tho Q C will run another of their special low rate excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday Aug 14 at the low rato of 125 for tripTrain this city at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincin nati at 8 p m td LEAVES GOOD ESTATE TO WIFE Mr George D Baldrick tle wealthy oxdistiller of Lebanon who recently died there left an estate of some 80000 to his wife who was Miss Kate Tobin of this city daughter of time late Mr Law rence Tobin WANTED GroceryMustgilt edge character Address J E C caro Frankfort Roundabout474t Ur Cartys Condition rowuers art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to pUt a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompto Gayle HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCEi ial NrI 6 Regular Style Stays to In or In apart 55 INCH aytiv 1as INe92 rx zo ix J p s rs Speciat Nog and StylerStays is In or 61n apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized1ti Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on i Does not mutilate but docs efficiently turn cattle horses hogs J and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see Can show hoe tit will save ycu roooey and fetce your fields they will stay fenced FRANKt t SPECIAL AGENT f nrrscanautuaxccnAO nvyewvnars rrc f Vacation DaysThose who from experience know how much of pleasure Is contributed to the vacation in the choice of n route select The Lake Shore MIchl gan Southern Ry This is the road which reaches by Its famous through trains or by its direct connections the entire resort country of the eastern and middle states including Lake Chautauqua shore of Lake Erie country and its Islands lake region In northern Indiana and southern Michigan Niagara FalbzSt Lawrence River Adirondack and White Atlantic Coast Canadian places etc Reduced Rato Tickets on sale Juno I to September 30yAll lines sell in connection with The Lake Shore Ryi1 PRIVILEGES Enjoyable privileges accorded on tickets over Lake Shore stopovers at Lake Chautaugua Niagara Falls Lake I Erie Islands option of traveling by boat or rail between Cleveland and Buffalo these are explained in detail In Travel privileges small folder sent free on request SUMMER BOOKS The following books will be useful for your vacation plans and will be sent for 8 cents in cents each for any single copy to cover mailing I cost The Ideal Vacation Lanaa page book of beautiful views of tile ILake Region southern Michigan and northern Indiana and south shore of v Lake Erie country Quiet Summer Retreats containing list of boarding 1 places In above sectionhotels farm homes camps with rates location features etc Lake Chautauquaa ran illustrated descriptive book of this noted resort Lake Shore Tours a select list of tours to the east and Book of Trains For Information about any particular resort rates or other matters or above books address A J SMITH G P T A Cleveland 0 = GROWING 1 CHILDREN require a wholesome nutritous and easily digested food = a food that is delicate enough to tempt the appetite and substantial enough to nourish and strengthen the body without overloading the stomach Nothing meets these requirements so perfectly or is so good a healthful and I satisfying lunch between meals EATIMALT WH BISCUIT FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME l IIOWIIcream or eggs Recipes in every package l 15MEALS OF ALL HOT WEATHER ENEMIES Of humanity cholera is tbo worst Treatment to ho oflootivo must bo prompt When vomiting purging and sweat announce that time disease is present combat it with Pony Davis Painkiller All howol troubles like diarrhea cholera inorbus and dysentery are over come by Painkillers r 9 INIza 10 o sw Horse Cattle t it it so a t as as 15tBurdock Blood Hitters gives a man a clear head an autivu brain a strong vigorous hotlymnlcos 1Ihint fit for tho battle of life Eczema scald head hives ituhIMnOSH of the skin of zany sort instantly relieved permanently wired Bonns Ointment At any drug store JJ JNj 9 1tL t r 1f r 7T 1i j GREAT CLEAN UP NEXT WEEK Final Clean up of all Short Lengths and Broken Lots iDRESS GOODS Skirt or Waist Lengths in Black and Colored Dross Goods at prices only about nee half value LAWNSt Clean Up Stock Lawns 5c Lawns t4c I10c Luwnsl c I RII3131iiiLE1I BELT8 ii i FORKS OF ELKHORN Mrs Barry South Jr of Frank I fort spout part of last week with her mother Mrs L C South I1IIsB Daisy Hookousiuith is the of Miss Florence Ensloy at 1guest Ground Miss Carrie Brock is attending a house party given by Miss Fen nell of Cynthiana Miss Maria Trimble visited in JLexingtin this week HjMiss Beulah Hookonsmith has re turned home after a several weeks f stay in und near our village Rev Geo D Prentiss of Win r hester was a guest here Sunday 1Miss Beatrice Hockensmith of WAS a guest here last week Miss Mae Hookensmith left yesterday lor Shelbyville where she will attend a house party given by Miss Nash Miss Kate Darnaby of Lexington was the guest of Miss Carrie Brook part of last week The hay ride given by Mr Frank Trimble and sister in honor of their guest Capt Henry Craig was chaperoned by Mrs N S Cox There were twentytwo young peo pie All reported a lovely time A KID No such thing as summer eon plaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every loose Hess of the bowels APPOINTED CIRCUIT JUDGE f Judge Matt ODoherty of Louis ville has been appointed Circuit Judge of the Common Pleas Divi sion No3 of Jetlerson county to succeed Judge Upton W Muir do ceased The appointment holds good until his successor is clouted at the November election this i year and his qualification THANKS i Wo have boon placed under obli gations to Uncle Levi Berry out old colored friend for a supply of the prettiest largest and nicest plums that we have seen this sea son They are of three diileren 4fc varieties thn old time blue plum the green gage and a white or r cream colored plum They are just Al Mr Berry will please accept our thanks ESTABLISHMENTlNEWSTAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owenton Ky Elloctivo July 1st the following sohedulo has been established Leave Frankfort 050 a in Arrive Stamping Ground 722 a in Leave Stamping Ground 800 ftIf Arrive at Ovyonton 400 p m Returning Leave Owenton 800 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 400 p la Leave Stamping Ground i48 p Arrive Frankfort 720 p m The following rates of faro will apply Between Stamping Ground and Owonton 100 Between Stamping Ground and Hosier 75 cents Between Stamping Ground and Bethany f 0 cents Between Stamping Ground and Sutorvillo 25 coats Between Stamping Ground and Minorsvillo 25 cents f S E HUTTON If General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway t tIt L SKIRTS Correct Styles any Light Color Summer Skirt at onehalf price Any 5 or JfO Skirt at sfU H1 Duck Skirts Black or Blue SOe Shirt Waists only a few left Wash Waists at onehalf price FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSO CIA 11 ON Frankfort Ky July 18 1904 The Franklin Association of Bar tist Churches will convene with the First Baptist Church of Frank fort un Wednesday and Thursday the 24th and 25th lays of August 1004 Pursuant to an order made at the session of the Association in 1003 at Pleasant Ridge Church it was thought advisable that a con tral convenient and permanent place for the meetings of the Asso elation be provided and that tin church with which the meetings be held under this arrangement be relieved of all the care and noces sity of providing entertainment for the messengers and visitors and this meeting is to be held under that provision Ample room will be provided by the Frankfort Church in its former chapel for aUI visitors and messengers to spread lunch etc At a meeting of the Executive Board of the Associa tion held this day this arrange ment was unanimously adopted and by virtue of that arrangement the place of the mooting the 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 con ditions also Thu following resolu tion was unanimously adopted Resolved That a committee of four viz J E Kirtloy Jas A Scott N R Armstrong and E R Jones with the pastor of the Frankfort Church as ex oillcio be ap pointed whoso duty ite shall be to formulate a plan and present it to the next meeting of the Associa tion whereby a suitable central place may bo selected and all other necessary arrangements for the consideration of the Associa tion Resolved That tho Moderator of the Association be requested toI give due notice of the through the Frankfort papers Baptist Argus and Recorder U V WILLIAMS Moderator Franklin Association The following standing commit tees are requested to have their re ports ready whoa the Association oonvenos State Missions Rev B P Roach Mrs W S Farmer Schools and Colleges Wellington Leo W B Jones Jr Temperance Wm C French Rev M Adams Home MlssionsJ E Kirtley Crawford Leo Foreign MissionsMrs N M Garrett Mrs W S Farmer HomeJohn H Suter- J B Hockensmith Sundayschools R Jones John Shoots Ministers Aid Society Rev L D Stucker Miss Daisy Hocken smith Young Peoples Society Miss Lena Kirtloy Mrs E L Jones Baptist Literature Jeffrey Alli son O C Kenney Womans Missionary Society Mrs i1L L Campbell Mrs E R Jones Mrs Salliu Lawson td MYSTERIOUS CIRCUM STANCES One was palo and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Rings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they com pel good digestion and head ot constipation Try thorn Only 25c at all druggists itrl J KNIT UNDERWEAR loc Vests IQc- 25u Vests told Pants lOc oOc Vests and Pants or Union Suits HOc MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Quo Lot Colt Covers lOc Out Lot 50c Corset Covers 25c Ont Lot Broken Assortments at special reduced priers EASILY DECIDED This Question Should bp Answered Easily by Frankfort People Which is wiserto have confi dence in tho opinion of your follow citizen of people you know or de pend on statements made by utter strangers residing in far away places Read the following Mrs limo Laglo of 527 North St Clair street wife of M D Laglo proprietor of barber shop near the depot says For some four or five years I hardly know what it was to be free from an aching back and the irregular action of the kidneys at the stone time caused other symptoms which wore very annoying and distressing Although I tried differ ent remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gaylos drug store I had taken but a few doses of this good preparation when I realized I was regaining my health and on a continuation of the treatment I found my condition so much im proved as to be almost beyond be For all of this I owe my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buf falo New York solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other FOR SALE I have for sale a fresh cow and calf Apply to- MISS SUSIE READ 48H Louisville Pike GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis IHenderson Route THE LINE THAT COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENPiCKIAXS- TOST LOUISASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tic sending n sketch nod quickly ascertain our opinion froe whether mi Invention Is prohnbly thto Communion tlonsstrlctlyconUilentlul on Intcuts cent reo Oldest n for securlnp patents Iutunts taken through Mutm t Co receive pttlaf notice without clmrco in the Scientific American- Illustrated weekly UirccU clr culatlon of any sclentltlo Journal Terms 4 year fourmonhasi Sold by all newsdeale- rsMUNNRCo 36lBroadway New York Branch Office F SU Washington D tISS8 LACE CURTAINS One Lot one or two pair of a kind at onehalf price Son Vinclow MATTINGS Koiunnnts 10 to 20 yards atonehalf price Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall 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 ROGERS Fr SONS lobe = crttickc- i l1 Elastic Bookcase Desk combined tand i Unit with few or tf Book Units as desired Tin only perfect combination desk and bookcase ever made Roomy convenient attrac tivi We want to show you possitus about it rIf you are interested in the future welfare of your family or in your own old age fill out the coupon below and mail to Ralph R Wilson FRANKFORT KY SPECIAL AGENT OF T- HEEquiLable Life Insurance Society THE STRONGEST THE WORLD Name Address Vocation Could atford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill buy sltranceabout PROCEEDINGS TRECOUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE Georgetown Ky July Tho TriConnty Tonohors InstiI tote pursuant to notice conolHJcll In tho city school uhtipol lay tho 25th About one hundred and twelve teachers wore present Aftor tho devotional exercises tin workof tho following day was out 4 lined by Professor M A Cassidy r Instructor Tho address of tsci t como was delivered by Profossoi r B E Warren Responses byM P Hifner Woodford county and Supt ftLuc Pattio Franklin county tJTTIJ 2l1IErnest Lucas t Readine discussed by f and fett Messrs Warren ami x South Phonetic method Mr CnI sidy and general discussion closet by Professor Garrison Attention t discussed by Mr Ernest Lucas and Prof Cassidy Physical and men tal comfort as a means to attention Mr Harrison Cultural value ol Arithmetic Prof R E Warren Mental Arithmetic Supt Hifnor Adjournment 230 P M Compound numbers Profs War ren and Cassidy Subtraction Miss Elizabeth Williams JULY 27 9 A M Mensuration by Prof Hill whose methois were unique and practical In his delightful way instructed the Institute Teaching beginners to multiply by Mr D L Smith Outlining Arithmetic Prof Fowler of K M I 130 P 11 Language Misses Williams Mat tie Hughes Lillie Rouse and Mr Ernest Lucas Comparison of the city child with thu country child by the Institute Increasing the childs vocabulary Miss South Reproduction stories as a means of securing attention by Supt M A CassidySupplementary reading discussed by Capt Crawford of Cincinnati 0 who stated that the average H child road about only twentyfour hours audibly during the public school life and expresses the neces sity of teaching more audible reading Time and Timekeepers Prof n Rucker f JULY 28 9 A M Devotional exercises Responsive reading conducted by Dr M W Chase of Chicago Writing shorthand and longhand by Prof J C Steiner Lexington Ky Oral spelling Miss Bottle Hughes and Supt Hifnor Written spelling and definition Supt Cassidy Prof E R Jones of Switzer Ky Will and habit Rev M W Chose who opposes the breaking of the childs will Adjournment 130 P M Reflection Supt Cassidy says no knowledge should be imparted unless it be understood by the pupil Song Old Folks at Home Institute Preliminary preparation of teachers Prof Gordon Schol arship Supt Cassidy gave an in spiring talk Miss Lillie Rouse urges the teacher to use every means to secure more progress along educational lines Supt L H Paxton of Scott speaks of the necessity of the teacher to visit the parents and secure the attendance of pupils Adjournment JULY 29 9 A M T Singing Bringing in the Sheaves Responsive rending led by Prof Garrison School managemnt opened by Supt Cas- sidy who speaks upon the necessity of punctuality and system 1030 Mrs Mary Cecil Cantrill speaks In the interest of the teacher and discusses tho prizes to be offered to the teachers of tho TriCounty In stitute She also speaks enthusiastically on the teachers opportunity to lead the child in the right path Miss Nettie Reynolds of Fayette county Nature Study All teach ers should teach the children to love and acquaint themselves with men of the Southland The subject was further discussed by Miss Rouse and Mr Ernest Lucas the discussion being closed by Miss Crutcher Tho closing talks were made by Supt Cassidy Supt Hif ner Supt Potter Supt L H Paxton who all agree in saying that this has boon one of tho most prac tical and enjoyable Institutes held by the teachers Benediction Rev H H Sneod The Institute will meet next year at Frankfort t j 1L I j t 2l DEATH BNSUEDI In another place in todays paper we mention tho accident to Mr Frank M Jones of Whitley county On Wednesday afternoon t before i oclock Mr Jones conIsciousnossHis son Mr John L Jones of Williamsburg arrived hero Toes day night in response to a telegram from Chief of Police Y D Mangan and was at his fathers bedside in the Kings Daughters Hospital n hon the end came Pile son Thomas Tones in whoso behalf tho father had come hero to ask a pardon out of the prison was paroled by the Prison Commission Wednesday about tho time his father passed away and tho two sons took the remains of their father back to their mountain homo that night WILL YOU ATTEND THE WORLDS FAIR Got the Visitors Guide now tho Worlds Fair and how to see it when to attend Calendar of Events for each day giving dates of State lays patriotic days family reunions spa cial events congresses conventions etc views of all ox hibit palaces map of grounds directory of reputable hotels and rooming houses a complete city guide and a world of other information Get posted learn the streets tho town and the Worlds Fair- Grounds before you start Avoid confusion and see the most for your money Write today for the Visit ors Guide Send 25c Stamps ac cepted Address AMERICAN GUIDE CO Dop C 010 Burling ton Bldg St Louis Mo 2t CALEB POWERS AND THE MAGAZINE Perhaps the most intelligent statement yet published of the case of Caleb Powers appears in Way side Magazine Chicano for Au gust Tho publishers of this magazine being former Kentucky news paper men It is reasonable to sup pose that they have the facts with out bias Wayside Magazine Is four years old and being 164 pages monthly is the largest magazine ever issued from the West LOUISIANA PTTRCHASE EX POSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS 1904 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Queen Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten days on 60day and 15 day tickets Rates from Frankfort 60day tickets 1285 15day tickets 1165 Coach excursion tickets 880 Coach excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cincinnati I e Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton 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 WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the i iOELH FAIR Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis villo with Observation Parlor and Dining Car- Leave Louisville 1015 p in daily dailySolidville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabasli Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will bo an nounced soon T W CREWS T P Agent Lexington Ky AgentLexingtonC H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave I KyG Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 11Lt f fLt t MARRIED SO1TIFtI13RIlLE YCSov W O Bradley and wife announce the ap preaching marriage of their laugh tor Miss Christine Duncan Bradley to Dr John Plover South of this city which will take place In the fall Miss Bradley is a pretty and pop ular young lady who omit manj warm friends during her residence in this city whilo her father was Governor of tho State Dr South is the son of tho late Mr Samuel South and is a brothei of Hon Tore W South of Arkansas former Lieutenant Governor oi that State and of Mrs E E Hnino of this city Ho Is a seal wart and landsonio gentleman and a fine physician ROMPFCULBERTSON At the residence of the brides undo on Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock Mr Goo B Rompf Jr of Miami Flit and Miss Lucia Hardio Cul bertson were married by Rev Father Thos S Major The groom is a very popular and successful young business man of Miami Tho bride who has for quite a while boon visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Win McKee Hiudie is the fair and ac complished daughter of Hon Win Wlrt Culhertson exCongressman from the 9th District of Kentucky and Miss Lucy OHara Hardie re membered as one of the charming belles of our capital oity some years agoImmediately after the ceremony the happy pair loft on the westbound L N train in fashion romantique the place destined for the honeymoon not being made known to their friends However after an interesting trip they will proceed to Miami their future home spending the remainder of tho warm season at Terrace Place the Culbertson residence on Bay Biscayne ALEXANDERKINKADE In this city on Wednesday Mr James Alexander and Miss Gertrude Kin kade both of this county were married by Judge J H Polsgrove DEMOCRATIC APPELLATE- CONVENTION SPLITS The Democratic Appellate Court Convention for the 5th District met at Lexington on Thursday and after a hot wrangle in which hol low ware and cutlery were In evidence split wide open over the arbitrary ruling of Mi W A Lee who claimed to be the proper per son to call the convention to order and who undertook to bo the whole thing as Committee on Credentials etc and who seated the Cantrill aontesting delegation from Owen county and refused to entertain an appeal from his decision The Cantrill followers adjourned until 730 that night and then nom inated him for the position The CarrollSaufloy delegates after organizing adjourned for twenty days The famous Music Hall Conven tion was given cards and spades and then beaten out a block Such is polertixs in the blue grass LETTER LIST The following Is the list of letters to be advertised for the week ending Saturday August 6 1904 Abbott Betty Allen Fred- Allphin John Angus B W W Baley Richard Beard Miss Mozelle- Blankingchuk Tenas Bragg Miss Doundy Business Manager Yeoman Ccry Mrs Thomas B Docton Mrs Margaret Duval Miss Adelaid Goodman Thos Gordon Arthur Hill Miss Lula Knight Miss Zaba Lewis Edward Lucas Carrie May Nancy Morris Willie Sharp Lizzie P Bang- Stewart Gamble 2 Walker Miss Fay Warren Louise I Wilder Mrs Goo Persons calling for the above lot ors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No eaves 0 p in Arrives 745 m Now Orlcnnn Special No pmNoJcaeri 720 a m Arrives j55 n in For Fulton Paducah clad inturmulinte iointH Connection to and from Eli a1Joth ownHodgenvillaandHopkinwillooxcoptoohutdny tile Stops at NO Accommodation NO naves tM in Arrives 955 a in For Central City Connecting service to odtrenvillu and Jhuthtown except on tmdays Btoji at all stations Trains Run Daily I pr t Thisfamous remedy does for the sto ach that which Is unable to do itself even if slightly or rLikeI supplies the juices of does the work stomach nervous tension the inflamed and membranes organ are rest and heal indigestion palpitation of nervous all stomach cleansing strengthening membranes of ach and the sky comes star of health o the weak and weary despon- dentdyspeptic curing all stomachtroubles 1digestive Kodol a Curd Your Bottles only S holding 23Stames the trial size for SOc Prepared by C 4 For saie by Gayle drug gist We are to announce N B SMITH as a candidate for County Court Democratic Clerk subject 001in action JAILER B2te of the We are to announce Judge J DAN as a candi date for jailer county subject to the of the Demo cratic FOR party at ary 19te We are to announce Col E H Jr as a can didate for the of Representa tive from county in the next to the action of the c party 28te FOR We are to announce Hon L JOHNSON of this city as for the nomination as Rep resentative county subject to the of the Demo cratic 28te FOR party We are to announce WILEY C L as a can didate for subject to the action Democratic party Dec 19tf n MUST ALMOST ANY CORN will be removed in four or five days when you properly use- SOUTH SIDE CORN CURE No pain no soreness no hurt of any kind Corns simply loosen and como out You need not onduro any corn that bothers you Dont judge tho merit of the remedy by the price could he made no better at any pricej PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Tne Gayle nrll Storo 314 Main St u RELIGIOU3 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams till pastor being aW on his vocation thorr will bo no preaching at a At 8 pm Rov O L Powers of Woodlnkc will preach The members of tho church are urged to attend tho nvoning service and to bring their envelope con trl butions Sundn school at 045 a m in tho Impel Homo Department and Bible Class Taught by S B Hutton su perintendent Adults und strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7 p m in the chapel Leader Basil Knnney Topic Witnessing For ChristI Prn lr1I1eC1tlngon Wednesday pvoning at 745 oclock In the Impel Visitors and everybody In the city invited to attend A SCENSION E PIS C 0 PAL- CHURCHRev A B Chinn rec tor Sunday August 7 1104 080 a m Sundayschool a m Holy Communion and Sermon by the rector 780 p m Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 730 Divine Service in tho chapel Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in theso meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will be observed afc 1080 u m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m In the Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned until October 2d Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic Tire Rich Young Rulerp The Junior Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowo tha pastor will preach at 11 a m At 780 p m there will be ar openair sorvloo- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC HURCHRevt Father Thomas S Major rectortLow Mass 780 a m Low Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p m FTRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev W L McEwan D D of Pittsburg Penn will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayscfiool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 645 p m- All the young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at p m The public cordially invited to attend wMETHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent tho pastor wilt preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League Prnyermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Visitors cordially welcomed LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Edwin Kagin will preach at 780 p m PROTRACTED MEETING Bro T N Arnold assisted by Evan roust J M Rosh of Winchester Ky will begin a protracted meeting at Bridgeport Christian Churoh m Sunday night next August 7th All are invited HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 47lm THOSE HAYRIDERS A jolly crowd of young people went from this city to Versailles on Tuesday night on a ha ride They must have had a good time is they did not return until 815 on Wednesday morning and they nude things lively then you bet ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO Frankfort Ky Both Phones No7 July 23tf PHE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Pearls very hour from 8 a m to 7 p m and at and lip m Leave Paris very hour from 7 a m to 8 p m nnd at 10 p m Single faro 40 fonts Leave Lexington for Georgetown very hour from 7 a m to 11 p m jeavo Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p Y ALEXANDER President 20Ift feivvi r qY f1 I J I BtfifMlA h = t i t ti t I 1 ife iJJlc mm sj j FLYER NO 1- vPREVETORY AND IMPROVEMENT SALE IIEYBIU flag a Flier Dag From Now Until Hugust IOth1 Tremendous cut in prices on Dress Goods Millinery Notions China Etc- Qemember the bargains we offer are nIl seasonable goods of this years manufacture Why wear n fueled hat when you can get one from 25c up lS JOHNSON COii IiRESOIUJ1IONS OF RESPECT t tTim following resolutions wore Adopted at n meeting of tho oilicors PresbyterianII Joseph Robinson was horn In Franklin county Kentucky De cember 18 1H23 and died in the j city of Frankfort July 28 UKM Tho whole of his active life was spent in this city and county Fore forty yours or more ho had been ono of the leading citizens of his city and community At a joint meeting of tho elders and rtoacoiiR of tho Southern PrOs byterinn Church the following memorial was adopted in viow of his decoaso Robinson was elected to the of tho Lower Benson fMr tlrJln Church in May ISTJ that organization was his solved in order that its member 1 ship might become the nucleus or- tho South Frankfort Church Mr Robinson together with Peter Jett t who also had been an elder in the old church for many years was installed into tho eldership of the new body Mr Jett died within a few years alter removing to Frankfort Therefore this present loss removes the last representative among tho office bearers of the old organization Mr Robinsons life and labors are worthy of imitation by every ono who seeks the highest efll clonc in the discharge of tho duties incumbent upon an officer of Gods house Ho loved his church with the tenderness of a mother He was devoid of bigotry and cant His zeal in things pertaining to the courts of tho Lord increased as ho grew in years Tn tho joint con ferences of the church olllcers lie was wise in counsel always ready for aggiossivo work eagerly offer ing his own services for anything that might further the cause of Zion In tho session ho constantlff showed an interest in the spiritual welfare of the whole church and while conservative was always opon to any suggestion that might give hope for the improvement of the spiritual conditions As a presbyter ho was noted for his faithfulness in attendance upon tho meetings of tho church courts His occasional absence from the Presbytery was always a source of solicitation on the part of his many friends gathered there But as a visitor Mr Robinson was best k known and most beloved Heif found his highest pleasure in going Y to tho homos of the sick the aged the troubled No member of the nelghroination welcomed his gentle minis trios Ho carried sunshine with him He was bright sympathetic otnctful He forgot himself and his l own health in his concern for his friends Lifes duty dune as sinks the clay Light from its load the spirit flies While heaven and earth combine to say How blest the righteous when he dies We have behold tho passing of a Ii well rounded lity 1 thank our God for the helpful pres Inicause to be inscribed the following f resolutions rFirst That a page in the Record r Book of the Session be set apart for this memorial together with minutes of the called meeting Second That this memorial be furnished The Daily Kentucky Journal The Frankfort Roundabout and The Christian Observer for publication and that a copy bo J sent the bereaved family WM CROWE T G POORE ALBIN PILKINGTON J F MONTGOMERY C K WALLACE r R L GREENS W G CHAPMAN WILIER DUI UY- CLARENCE GAYLE L C WALLACE P D ARNOLD Frankfort Ky August 4 1004 i i4 vlrlti- ta otMJ11ti ti SEE SOME OF OUR PRICES 8 eta for Clarks Spool Cotton 4 cts for Best Calicoes 5 cts for yd wide Bleached Cotton 7 cts for yd for Best Hope Cotton S cts for Lonsdalo Cotton D New Fast TrainT- O ColoradoUTAHANPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho new trains will hnvo St Iou a in daily The uvoniiur trains to same points 1010 in daily Double dully wrcoT- hrouJrh sleeping car service for SnnFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address IJ T MATTHEWS Tray Pass Ant Louisville Ky H TOWNSEND Gen Pass = Ticket Attt St Louis Mo THIS IS A iYearAND YOC MUST KEEP POSTEDT- he way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100A REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues publishedSendmall 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 inscriptions under this combination otter must be sent through tho Itouuda bout olllco NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT BOSTON MASS AUGUST 1520 1904 For the above occasion the Frankfort d Cincinnati Railway will soil round trip tickets at 2125 Dates of sale August 12 13 and 14 Limit without extension August 20 with extension September 80 Stopover privileges at Now York City on return trip if desired- S E HUTTON G P A l j fiJjiii tl 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago nnd Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn Ing Roundtrip and one vny through ticket at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central II R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on uppjlItiouj OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW OHIEANSIOcean stenm Now Orlonns Central mid South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued h y tho Illinois Central R R SendI for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Wliitcomh will have Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Orleans including a stopover for tho Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans Entire trips outdo in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service FUAl uatlnHtrlp complete in every Illinois Central weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vestibule trains with through sleeping curs bullotlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Groat Southern HotelItGulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and tolephoueInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on samo train en route at Memphis into through sleeping oar to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotol HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can be had of agents of tho Illinois Cen tral or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central- F W HARLOW D P A Louisville- A J MoDOUGALL D P A New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChlongoJNOMemphis FOR SAWS 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 4tf i1 i iI t r Every article in the store reduced This money savor three your peniiios will do the pickles Remember this sale only lasts until the 10th MAIN STREETFRANKFORT KY WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MCKEE The Yeomasi Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably to the People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation thnn hard service Html service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than nil the printed praise we oonlil bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation we have established for good work nnd fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and 50IIour warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles profYEOMAN c McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY InIr FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 Dollar Will Carry Away More 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 theJadvantage of these material sHying 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 loot EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 DailyEx II II INo 41 AM Leave 225 1013 810 620 858 013 Clay City 489 416 923 430 435 954 a01 449 1008 847 511 1020 Beat tyvilla 526 015 625 926 Ex SundI Ex a workof August t Known A IISttloM = IMb J L Ex Sund DailyEx No1 No Ex No Daily P Ar 1145 chester 0 Stanton Natural Bridge Torrent Junction 1100I OHIO AND r SundI StationsDail IAM 9231 IJackion KENTUCKY RAILWAY 21I bi 1MbrlA M Lye P M M PMAr LelIA ArI o 930 380 1120 0 925 230 O K Junction a85 116 Willmrat U7 1152 la Hampton 430 1158 510 1222 19 8431US Hehjchawa 518 1228 Zl 7 Cannel City 545 145 Nos and SS will make oloso connection at OZa K Junction with No 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT i General Manager O P A t fl For the Roundabout IN REMEMBRANCE Of Rev Thomas M Rummans former pastor of Mt ZIon Church Who died March Oth 1104 at his home in Lewis county Kentucky of consumption How sad that one useful should be taken so early but the fairest flowers are soonest gone I Although his stay in our com munity was brief yet his kind and patient manners and his earnest Christian endeavors both in his t pastoral labors and in the social circle touched a chord in our hearts that will ever vibrato ten f derly to his memory In the bloom of early manhood In spring times golden dawn A useful life just scarce begun r In the flush of youths bright morn Ever toiling for his Master Until the harvest days wore oer Faithful heart and hands so will ing Tho aflliotions tempted sore Twas an angel came and whir pered Calm and softly in his ear Tom your Father sends n message He is calling dont you hear On his brow the light of heaven Glowed with radiance calmed all fears For across the rolling waters Came the welcome sweet and clear Then the patient sufferer answered In a tone so faint and low Ive been waiting for your summons And am ready now to go Then the guiding angel took him By his weak and trembling hand Bore him safely oer the waters To that bright celestial land Round the throne he now is kneel ing- Filled with rapture see him smile As he listens to the anthems They are chanting all the while Hear his voice in triumph blendng As ho joins with sweet accord In that pure and saintly music Singing praises to the Lord A FRIEND ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Hat inE of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to dierJho offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced mo to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings Now Discovery It surely saved my lifeThis irroat euro is guaranteed for all throat drugfstsPricefree n STAMPING GROUND Mrs Hattie Perry wife of Mr Lou Perry of Lexington is dangerously ill Mr R R Sprake sold to Mr B Stone a lot of SOpound shouts at 415 per hundred Mr J Lawronco Wilkerson is spending his vacation with us He is with the John Shillito Co of CincinnatiThe crop is nearly all threshed and is proving more satisfactory than was expected The price is also better than for several years 7inety cents is being olT red now und many predict wheat soon familyhavemake their home rallyheregood crowd out and many voters got in his work nicely The drouth still afflicts our farm ers Crops of all kinds are suffer ing UNO OA S TOnrABears the n ht Y M J PICNIC On August Lambert Ycung Council Y M I No 010 will give a picnic at Cove Spring Park All the necessary arrangements have been completed by the com mittee in charge They aro de sirous of making this the largest and most successful outing given in this section of the cOIl11trrJlw Frankfort brass band and orchestra has boon engaged to furnish the music An elaborate display of fire worlisI has been secured GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the fino spirits ever made in time Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a had liver or the producesand a bad liver at the same time Your liver must bo in fine condi buoranthnJplight of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You cnn put usingGreonsest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has remedyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 2oc regular bottles At all druggists lyr SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoniaLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division Nolam pm Lv Louisville 745 400 730 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lawrenceburg 055 620 085 1016 642 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 BurKin 1035 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No4 am No2 pm NoB No6 am Lv Burgln 710 Ar Georgetown 300 700 Lexington 605 445 730 Versailles 025 512 755 Lawrenceburg 643 540 820 Shelbyville 720 fl2 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 andLexingtonon tralas Xos 5 and Through Obser HarrodsburgTrain leaving Louisville 745 a m for the throurbIOt111I1IKnoxville imd Horristown Tenn arrlvInLexingtonBetween LouisStNo No2 mArPrinceton I00p in 145 m St Louis 036P1I1782amNo8 anArinLouisvilleNo No 850aJTAIKvansvllla 1025 n ml 180 n m No 0 No mArAr IqulsvfllB 015J u m 545 pm enI40ulsilloLouis11IeTrains Nos Jl and carry Through first Coaches between Evansville and Louis villa LouisCllrrNight trains between Louisville and St Louis Cllrswith pltoH R Spencer S H Hanlwick GB Allen G PA u JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Late See Trans Pen Rldwo Turnpike Co Will furnish abstracts of title and InFrnllJdln contrlwtnonmeshlouts PwaRidge IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno Kentuckys popular line time Hen derson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between those points operatedinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 8BO a m I00Ip um and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p m 720 a m and 010 p m justfromern vestibule pajtcin and is a fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of ears will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches 1he 000 p in train through will consist of PullmanSeeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high back sent 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 n la carte you pay only for what you got 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 Cincinnati By The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 tL1NoJ4iD Frankfort Ar 720 20011 50ILT Summit Elkhorn 210 7 Switzer 03 655 Stamping Ground 11053 0 29 Duvall 641 2411i 85 Johnson Georgetown 0 2 C S t 2 8 05 Newtown 9 07 ell 813 Centerville 0 6C9 8 817I Elizabeth 9 665 208 27 Paris Tunctn 9 32518 Urt Paris fLv 9 542 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q K C Connects KentuckyCentral N at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PMIAMI IA MPM IISCO 0 SfyLr Frankfort Ar 8JS Georgetown Arl 10mo 6 jAr Lv 30 BETWEEN FRANKFORT d CINCINNATI VIA PARIS LPM PM 200 Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Ar b30 Lv Parts Ar 533 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 3 00i6iI0A L Frankfort Alll 26A 720P J47P A Georgetown L WA025P 8 L 0 42P OilAI245P815PACynthiana 502P aCP 51P A Richmond 11 7 20A G4XP A Cincinnati 55P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Prod and Genl Supt G P A OOlnIBETTER THAN was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion end nor vous debility writes F J Onion of Lancaster N H No remedy helped mo until began using Electric Bitters which did more good than all time moI ever used They have also BittOlt11aretonic anti invigorator for weak run learn women No other medicine can take its place in oat family Try thorn Only fiOc Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists OHWiaabrTIlE 1KEMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I y t J 4 PieasanUo4ake Muk LBxattve j Syrup I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation 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 Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Seashore OUTI- NGAtlantic City VIA cT oR- OUTE Thursday August 4 04THROUGH Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia STOP OVER PRIVILEGES RETURNING 1400 1f FR- OMLEXINGTON WINCHESTER MT STERLING AND MOREHEAD GOOD REITURNING 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 KyIi DO IT TODAY It Illw time worn injiiHotion INeul put off till tomorrow what ImIit todayrJJmt is the torso advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps wools Take some reliable remedy for it to dayanI let that nmwly bo Dr Boschoos German Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive yeas A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold and its continued uso for a tow days will euro you completely No mattor how deep seated your cough oven if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it hUH done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr LI K T TEMPLAR CONCLAVE 5 50 To California and Return via Motion Route ft 1Tho wonderfully low ratolossthan one faro for tho round trIpor FmniRoute and tickets will bo sold from August liith to September Uth InIclusive good returning until OotoI KnlAhtsrIlmplnr j Motion Route will run a special through train from Louisville to Situ Francisco account of tho Do Mol y Commandory which is open iIto the public leaving Louisville Saturday August 7lh and on chargedForspecial train or for rates and con ditions on other lays address E H Bacon D P A Monon RoutexLouisville Ky td f j