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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r J J frr roiryr j r t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUG 13 1904 NO 49 t Wf TUESDAYS BLAZE An alarm from box 25 at 1120 a m on Tuesday called the fire boys to the Southern Varnish Cos plant on Ann streot fat the old brewery whore there was a red hot blaze but It was burning where little damage could be done as it was simply the vapor arising from some oflall of the varnish factory It was soon extinguished after the boys arrived and tho loss was some 50 or 100 A peculiar thing happened which caused delay When the indicator rung in the alarm it showed No 15 as the box from which the alarm came in when it should have been No The boys never stopped to hear what the bell in tho tower called for but went on the run to No 15 on Shelby street South Side when No 25 is on Ann street North Side 1However the bell continued to strike No 25 and when the boys found there was no fire on the South Side they came back with Aall speed It was a long hard run for the horses and they were pretty well used up when they hot back to f headquarters again r A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL Is the one that will cleanse the tem set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leaves good taste in tho mouth Tho famous title pills for doing such work pleas antly and effectually tiro DeWitts srLittle Early Risers Hob Moore of 1 Lafayette hid says All other piUs I have used gripe and sicken while DoWitts Little Early Risers p are simply perfect Sold by J 14 W Gayle r TO ISSUE ijmOGO 3N BONDS Tho City Council at its meeting on Monday night authorized tho tl isstml of 80000 in municipal bonds to take up the floating debt of the city There are some grave legal questions involved in this matter i4 1and the courts may bo called upon tn pass upon them before the bonds are issued 45 8rHE WEATHER Iilondu and Tuesday mornings rt the feather was really cool and heavy cover was necessary both Sunday and Monday nights But by 2 oclock Tuesday tho mercury had crawled up again and the ques l Lion was asked slut it hot 1j SMALL FIRE t 2 At 845 on Tuesday afternoon an alarm front box 35 called time de partment to a small brick cottage on Clinton street the property of Mr W B Jones where a blaze in h the roof burned a hole The dam ago was small a AN UGLY STOlIERI Our oldtime friend Mr Bur bridge Blackburn of Woodlake brought to our ofllce a few days since a sharks head which shows carriedlwhen alive and in the water I The mouth was 10x11 inches in diameter and had six rows of I teeth one set being fixed and tho others movable so that when t necessary tho whole six sets could be Tho teeth were as ijsharp as knives and would work destruction to anything within their grip r The fish was killed by Mr Lou Herndon of Florida who is rt nephew of Mr Blackburn Mr Honrdon had killed another shark which weighed pounds but he 1Jkept tho head himself He did not weigh the ono spoken of above NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on tho log- of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But BucklonH Arnica Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25o at all druggists c tiirvjJu Yci tal t MONDAYS FIRES Just before 0 oclock Monday morning an alarm from box 24 called the firemen to tho residence of Mrs Lucinda Price colored just beyond tho city limits on Holmes street The house which was a twostory frame was com pletely gutted by time flames which had a big headway before the alarm came in The loss was about 1000 or 1500 We did not learn whether there was any insurance or not Just as tho boys had all their hose rolled up ready to return to the fire department quarters a fire was discovered in the residence of Mr R J Blackaby some square or more this side of the first fire It seems that a cabinet organ was sitting close to the fireplace in the house when a spark from the chimney set the instrument on fire It was about ruined by the tire and water thrown from buckets HAS ACCEPTED NICE POSI TION Mrs G W Riggan widow of tho beloved Baptist minister formerly a Professor in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louis ville and pastor of tho Forks of Elkhorn Church who has been spending tho summer in this city has accepted a position in tho boarding school for young ladies of Mrs Laura Br Cross in Louis ivlle Mrs Cross is a very highly educated lady being a Ph D of the University of Pennsylvania and has been teaching for nine years In addition to her sohoolIwhich is of a very high Cross had HIded a boarding department for young ladies a longfult want in Louisville In employing Mrs Riggon as additional teacher Mrs Cross has secured an exceptionally well qual liflod lady She is of pleasing ad dross very highly accomplished and thoroughly educated Wo congratulate Mrs Cross as well as Mrs Riggan upon this arrangement ANOTHER BIG EXCURSION PARTY The good steamer Falls City brought to this city on Tuesday another big excursion party hound up the river The steamer was here some time unloading anti the excursionists many of them cnnio up in tho city to view points of in terest Afterwards they wont on up tho river The Falls City is a nice boat for such purposes and will run her rog ular Saturday night excursion from hero tonight KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE CAN NOT BE EXCELLED By reference to its advertisement in another column it will be soon that Kentucky State College will reopen for tho next year on Monday September 6th This college is better equipped and offers more inducements to young men and young women seek ing a firstclass education in any of its many departments than curry col lege of the State- Especially are the graduates of time department of Engineering Electrical Mechanical and Civil in demand as soon as they come from its course of study We would commend this College to our wideawake and uptodate young men Read tho advertisement A SWEET BREATH Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When tho breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to for curing indigestiondyspepsia and all stom ach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have Leon a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of lomodios but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol 1 begun to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can ont whatever I like Kodol digests what you oat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle i t1J v 1fq tftrft TRANSFERS OF REAL ES TATE Judge Thos H Payntor has sold to Mr Robt L Greene a lot on Third street 50 by 100 foot in the rear of the lot upon which Judge Paynter is now erecting his now dwelling Price 1250 cash Mr Greene will put up a residence on his lot in a short while Dr E E Hume has purchased a house and lot from Mr Eugene Williams on the south sidle of Fourth Avenue between Main and Logan Price private Dr Hume also purchased the house and lot of Mr Birney Weitol just adjoining that of Mr Williams Price private Mrs Susanna Bridges has pur ohased from Mr W W Darnell his twostory frame dwelling house andIlot 100 by 100 feet on Third boat oen Steele and Shelby Price l00o cash A GOOD CA USEIA good meeting of friends of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society was held at the Y M C A rooms on Tuesday night to take steps looking to assisting time above Society over its hard place rendered so by their failure to ob taro the 10000 appropriated to thom by the last Legislature It was resolved to havo an enter tainment for the purpose indicated ion Friday evening August 19 from S tn 10 oclock at the Courthouse Muss Jennie G ines was made RIcommittee of ten ladies from each of the city churches to assist in the work of raising tho amount of money this city and county should contributeBUY THEIR HOME Misses offers havo purchased tho building now occupied by them as a hoarding house It is a part of what is known as the Old Mansion House on Main stroetIBADLY INJURED Donnelly Waters a sevenyear old son of Mr John T Waters climbed a telephone polo in tho State Capitol grounds on Sunday afternoon When he slid down a splinter snagged him in tho groin Surgical attention was at once you lured FRANKLIN INSTITUTE School reopens Monday Sept 19 For information apply to J B YII9t Slj THE FINEST FABRIC Made by human skill is coarse compared with tho lining of the bowels When this tender mem brane is irritated we havo griping painsdiarrhoEa and cholera morbus Whatever be the cause of tho trouble take Perry Davis Painkiller according to the directions with each bottle Travelers in all climates carry Painkiller in their gripsacks LArge bottles 25 and 50 cents LAWRENCEBURG FAIR Wo are in receipt of a compli mentary ticket to the Lawrence burg Fair which will be held on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday August Iflth 17th 18th and 10th This association always puts up a firstclass oldfashioned fair and everybody that attends havo a royal good time Wo desire to return our thanks to tho officers of the association for their kindly courtesy Wo would urge our citizens to at tend this fair They will not regret it 2t CAEJTORJABears the it A wVE NEED ROOM IwE are preparing our store for the largest and I Most Complete Stock of Fall Dry Goods ever bought in its history A great many of our goods are Already Bought and will soon be unloaded at our doors We will need all the room we can possibly make in every department so we will have no shelf room for leftover stock To make room we have made some moving out prices on WOOLEN DRESS GOODS 100 Voiles in Green and Lavender pretty shades only 50c per yd 44 iches wide Voiles In Black or White worth 100 only 75c per yd Metral Cloth In Black extra value worth 100 only The per yd Panama Suiting in Black worth 125 per yd only 9Sc per yd 36 inches Voile in pretty shade of Blue only 39c per yd Granite Cloth in Gray Tan and Green worth 50c per yd only 39c per yd 06 Inches Novelty Suiting in Gray and Blue worth 50c per yd only 39c per yd 30 inches Lustre in Black with White Stripe worth SOc per yd only 39c per yd MOVING OUT PRICES IN READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT Any 500 Shirt Waist Suit 349 Any 100 Shirt Waist Suit 249 Any 350 Shirt Waist Suit 225 Any 300 Shirt Waist Suit 199 WAISTSa tAnr7 Any 350 Waist for 199 Any 200 Waist for 149 Any 125 Waist for S9c TAILORMADE SKIRTS IAny 1000 Skirt for 049 Any COO Skirt for 39S Any 500 Skirt fold 349 DUCK SKIRTS I In Bluo or Black with Polka Dots worth 100 only SpcJCHILDRENS DRESSES In White at big reduction LADIES GAUZE VESTSL25c Gauze Vests only 15c Ladies Long Sleeve Vests only lac lOc Gauze Vests only i fe I 20c Black Gauze Vests only 15c 36 in Black Taffettn Silk extra quality worth 125 only 100 per yard cbiaTNO I IJ AFTER MANY YEAHSI springIfieldthe of this city came here on Monday last en route to the Worlds Fair Capt Swift though now eighty years old past carries his age remarkably well fund seems but very slightly older than when here twentysix years ago He and hits good wife determined to visit their old house on their way West A SUCCESS The picnic given by the Y M Lon Tuesday last at Cove Spring Park was well attended and was greatly enjoyed by all present The dancing was kept up until a late hour the fire works wero very pretty though there was not as much of them as would have boon desirable i COMMISSIONERS F M 1 ELECT OFFICERS it The Commissioners of the tutu for Feebleminded InstiIlljmet on Wednesday and following officer- sSecrotaryW S Dohonoy Treasurer T J Brislan f1i Teachers Misses Mary Brown Duvall Katie Dolan Lilian Thom r son and Maiy Meagher Matron Mrs Kate Callaghan ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT Harry Minor colored was arrested and lodged in jail on Wednesday charged with assault ing Mauda Russell also colored His examining trial will bo held today before Judge Polsgrove OASTORXA kf Bean the Signatureof A ht J T r li7yn W d S ti rlfF n igu rIj Trt 1iir 5P r V fIIflt i if1o i oJ jr JJN PERSONAL 1Mr F Marion Williams spout Louisvillet to Cnein nati Sunday Mr Frank Kessler spent Sunday LouisvillezMr Cuss Shaw wont to Louisville Sunday M B3 Groom wife and daugh ter sjpont Sunday in Louisville SundayPMr Jos LoCompte of Lexington sp ntSnnday in this city SundayinMr Pollock Pnynter went to Lou isville on Sunday Mr Russell Hughes spent Sunday at Pewee Valley LouisvillespentSaturdayDr C A Fish loft Saturday for IMartinsville I ml Col Sam J Shackleford loft Sat urday for Martinsville Ind Mr Geo B Salondor went to Louisvillo on Sunday Mrs Rout IC Dooloy is visiting relatives in Louisville WashyMr Sanil E Blackburn of Lou isville was in the city Saturday Mr Robt Gum visited friends in Georgetown on Sunday Miss Janie Dehoney has returned Srom a visit to relatives at Midway Mrs F E Jouett of Louisville Visi ted relatives hero this week = Mr R W MoRery returned this week from a trip east Jude John n Carroll of Now Castle was hero Wednesday Mr Dan Newman is rusticating at Dronnon Springs Mr Roland Weirel is visiting the Worlds Fair St Louis Dr C A Fish has returned from IMartinsville Iml Mrs W C Marshall visited friends in Georgetown this week relafMiss Stiles Duvall is visiting 1riends in Louisville Miss Mary Williams is visiting relatives in Louisville s Mrs L B Marshall is visiting relatives in Louisville cr visitingfriends Col Jas T Williams of Spring 2 Station was in the city Tuesday Hon S B Dishman of Barbour villa was in the city Tuesday l Mr ikrtin Hendrick of New York fcCiJy visited friends hero this week ISliss Druscilla Kernen is visiting friends in Lexington County Attorney L A West of t Irvine was in the city this week fs Jon A F Bcische went to Cincinnati on Tuesday Mr G Tilford Clarke of Lexing 1i ton was in the city Monday Mr D H Severs of Hardinsburg was in the city Monday toLI Mr A V Hite and children have Saone to Dron non Springs Miss Nellie Shaw visited friends En Lexington this week iniHeppnrdtt t Mrs Thos P Rogers and chil dren are visiting relatives at Mid Way Shelbyvilleyt stain street this week CinlSmith this week oftIr Taylor Heppard this week fMr S W Swift and wife of 1ield Mass wore visitors Shore this week Miss Katie Thompson who has been visiting in Owen county has returned home- County Attorney W 0 Davis and cafe of Versailles were in the city Thursday i Mr Ben Utterback of Shelby ville was in the city Thursday re turning home that evening Miss Jane ODonnell and Miss I WHliolmina ODonnell aro visiting relatives in Washington City Capt Blab U H Navy was the guest of Admiral Chapman C Todd this week i Mrs A Umethun who has been visiting in Lexington has returned HomeS rITaylor and Mr Fred Johnson are visiting friends at Nord fP ffii e 1 a lLt l Miss Katio Crnmlmngh is the guest of Mrs Coleman S Crockett South Side Mrs Ella Bryant of Cinicnnntl 0 is visiting relatives in this city this week Mrs Kato Morris of Hatton is the guest of relatives in this city this week Mr Ed Banta and wife cf l ville were guests of his uncle John B Drydon on Sunday JIllI Mr Frank Major of Bellovne was the guest of Rev Father Thos S Major this week Mr John E Miles visited his daughter Miss Mary Keith Miles in Lexington Sunday Mr L B Marshall and daughter Miss Nellie loft Tuesday for Oak hey Springs Vn Master Emerson Joyce who has been visiting in Louisville has re turned homo Mrs Bottie Stubbs who has boon visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Cincinnati Mr SamI E Hutton of the F C Ry was in Cincinnati on Mon dayMrs J H Hazelrigg and daugh tor Miss Elizabeth are at Estill Springs Mrs Robert S Frazier and daughg tor wont to Georgetown on Wednes dayMrs John C Bridges and son John wont to Georgetown Wednes dayJudge Chas E Booe wife daugh ter and son returned Wednesday from St Louis Mo Mrs Wm Todd of Madison Ind visited her aunts Misses Sallie and Kittie Chinn this week Miss Roberta Hamilton of Bath count is the guest of Miss Helen ORoar Fourth Avenue Misses Loula Ethel and Edith Choate aro visiting Mrs Wick Bennett in Georgetown Miss Fannie Reeves who JutsI been visiting relatives at Pleasure ville has returned home Miss Ora Moore and nephew Melvin Moore are guests of friends near Bagdad Mr L H Tye an attorney of Williamsburg was hero on Tues dayMiss Kirkpatrick of Mt Sterling is the guest of Mrs E C ORear Fourth Avenue Mr Jos C Hubbard commercial evangelist for the Frankfort Snoo Co was at home this week Miss M Lockett Smith who has been visiting friends in North Caro lina has returned home Mrs Margaret Quin loft Wednesday for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Mrs Chas E Taylor Jr of Cin cinnati 0 visited friends here this week Mrs Howard Downing of Lex ington visited relatives here this John A Holton and wife of Shelby county are guests of relatives here Mrs G H Briggs and childI visited relatives in Lexington this weekDr J H Feamster left Saturday for a visit to relatives in West Vir ginia and Virginia Mr Franklin Reook has gone to St Louis Mo to attend the Worlds FairMiss Henrietta Eales visited friends in Bourbon county this weekHon Eli H Brown and wife of Bardstown are guests of relatives hereMrs Early Minter of Lexington visited Mrs Geo A Lewis 821 Second street this week Mr SamI R Smith visited his daughter Miss May Ettie Smith in Louisville this week Rev Wm Crowe left Wednesday for Richmond to visit his mother and sisters Mrs Jas T Buford who has been visiting friends at New Cas tle has returned home Miss Marg nretto Niooll of Lexington is visiting her cousin Miss Lawler Half 325 Conway street Mr Arthur Crutcher of Woodford county was the guest of his sister Mrs W G Simpson on Wednesday Mrs L P Tarlton timid daughter Miss Christine Reynolds are visit ing relatives in Noith Carolina Mr B F Ballard and wifo of Owen county are visiting friends here Mr Thos A Joyce and daughter Miss Florence spent Sunday in Louisville Mrs C C Haelrigg and daugh ter Miss Nina have returned from the St Louis Worlds Fair Mr Will R Hazolrigg who has been employed in St Louis Mo has returned home Mr B G Snider of Jamestown N Y but formerly of this city has returned hero to reside Mrs 1 W Marksbury and children are visiting friends at Now CastleMr 7 A Battorton loft Sunday for Eminence to spend his vacation at his old home b I i4 itdi8i1J Jjci4 1 Bl4I t 3 w j s f1 r tiv FOR SALE BY MeA SELBERT LEADING JEWELER Mr T Carter Hale and son Mr JOE R Hale spent Sunday in Louisville Mr B Todd Crutoher wife and son John went to Louisville on Sunday Mr A Loaan McKee and wife SundaytoMondayforFair Miss Lucy daughter of Mr Win Kate Thomson has returned from a visit to friends it Louisville Mr George Sloan of Nashville Tenn is visiting his uncle Mr N F Richardson Judge E C ORear returned Sunday evening from his old homo at Mt Sterling Miss Ada Soottow visited her sister Miss Bernice Scottow in Louisville this week Miss Eunice Kenney is one of a byMissdaughterMisshereMrs Kimm of Evansville Ind who has been visiting her son Dr A J Kimm has returned home Mrs W G Goodwin loft Wednesday for St Louis Mo to attend the Worlds Fair and visit her son Mr Walter Goodwin Miss Margie Dudley who was the guest of Miss Henrietta Blackburn in Woodford county has returned home Miss Addie Jouett who has been taking a course in training as pro fessional nurse at Cincinnati has returned home Mr Winston Ross and Mr Frank Carlock of Newport who have been guests of Mr Frank H Kav anaugh have returned home Mr Robt Hamilton has accepted a position with the M K T R R and has gono to Sodalia Mo to enter upon his duties Mr Jas F Meek of St Louis Mo was the guest of his sister Mrs Dick Church in this city the first of the week Mrs Ella Wheeler of Switzer who has been visiting relatives here returned home Saturday after J Will Graham and daugh ter little Miss Margaret and Mrs A B Branch went to Louisville onSundayMr Langley of the Census Bureau Washington City was in the city Saturday on business for the department Mrs M Luther Crutohor and daughter Miss Sudie left Saturday for Irvine to visit Mrs H H Rob erts Miss Mabel Hubbell and Miss Louise Sohoitingor who have been visiting friends at Mt Eden have returned home Mr T E Ransdoll and wife of Harrodsburg visited Mr J L Wasson and wife South Side this weekMr Elmer Banta and wifo of Butler were guests of Mr S M Davidson and wife Shelby street this week- Miss Bessie B Clark of Vance burg who has boon the guest of her brother Mr Frank D Clark has returned homo Mr Geo C Shaw wifo and daughters Misses Margaret and SpringsSaturday Dr J H Pinder and wife of time Forks of Elkhorn and Mr Spencer wife und laughter guests of Dr Pindor were in the city Monday Mr Lucien Burnam who was op erated upon for appendicitis in Louisville returned homo on Tuesday night Mr Lafe Crutchor and wifo wore called to Lexington Monday by tho lentil of Mrs Crutchors aunt Mrs C P Headley IMiI11 t t Mr H V Grotter and daughter who have been guests of Mr H A Gietter left for their home in Chi cago Ills Sunday beonlvisiting IIhomereturned from a fishing trip in the mountains Mr AtUla Norman of Beatty vile was called here by the seri ous illness of his father Maj LC NormanMr Algier and wifo of Hamilton 0 who have been guests of Mr Taylor Heppard have re turned home Mr C E Wolson burgh has returned from a trip through the East in the interest of tho J E M Mill- Ing Co Mr his F Meek of St Louis Mo who has been visiting his mother and sister here returned home Monday night Mr Pat Bohannan of the Louis villo Base Ball Club spent Saturday hero the guest of his parents Mr J L Bohannan and wife Mrs Robt H Kershaw and sons of Indianapolis Ind wore guests of her brotherinlaw Mr J Ed Keishaw this week Mrs Geo W Dismukes and daughter Georgia of Catlettshurg are guests of Mr Ed E Abbott and wife Shelby street Mr N F Richardson Jr of Nashville Tonn is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs N F Rich ardson in the country Mrs J D Richardson and daugh tor Miss Ethel of Eminence Ky are visiting her brother JIll N F Richardson and family Miss Nora Miller of this office and Master Allen ODonnell spent Sunday with her uncle Mr John A Herring in Georgetown Mr Orlando B Crlttendpn of Greenville Miss was called here by the illness of his mother MrsI Virginia Crlttondon and sister Mrs Mary C Haycraft Mrs Julia Merchant and ter Miss Jennie and Miss Mollie Strickler of Louisville are quests of Capt R L Grinstead and wife West Side Mrs J Dallas Coke of Louisville who has been visiting her daughters Mrs M B McKinney and Mrs B Todd Crutcher re turned home on Sunday Mr r H Crutoher Sr of Tyler Texas is visiting his brother Mr R l Crutoher Campbell street Mr Cruthoer was formerly a citizen of this county Miss Mary South after a visit often lays among the wonders of the Worlds Fair and a stay of a week at the Teachers Institute at George town Is now trying tho realities of life as teacher of the public school at Steadmnn town Judge W H Holt late U S Dis trict Judge of Porto Rico has re turned to Louisville and opened an offlcH in the Illinois Life Insurance Building for tho practice of law His many friends welcome him back homo Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville spent Sunday here with his parents Mr J L Rodman and wife Hugh was in the big L N Horse Cave Ho was thrown fromI his heath in tho sleeper and was scratched and bruised somewhat Miss Spiclo hello South and her brother Mr N Lindsay South aro touring in tho southwestern part of the State Miss South is now with her cousin Miss Christie Bartoll at From there she will go to Hopkinsvlllo to spend a week with her friend Miss Nellie Don aldson tho echoes of whose sweat singing still linger at Excelsior since her visit of last summer Glasgow is the next point In Miss Souths itinerary and there she will be entertained by Miss Maldlo Watkin who so recently stirred musicloving circle of Frankfort thoI her skill as a pianist Mr South will be with his sister at all these places but will also visit interven lIng pointo soliciting students for University of Virginia Mr Walter Marshall formerly of this city but now of St Louis is here on a visit to relatives Mr Paul B Weltzel wifeand lit tle daughter are visiting relatives in Lexington this week DR E OROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children OiHco and rosiUunco above WEITZEL ODONNELL 803 Main St TETKPHONKH Old 184 New 136 BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN fTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A Jf tt Cor 4th Bud Market Sts LouUvfll Horse Timers Chronographs Split Seconds MinuteReI Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI H SELBERT ILeading Jeweler KENTUCKYS GREATEST SUN DAYSCHOOL CON J VENTION Tho 20th annual convention of the Kentucky SundaySchool Associa r Lion moots at Henderson August t t 24 25 20 Fully 1000 delegates are expected A few Sundayschool specialists always attend those 9State Convontons but this will be Ithe first time in its history that as many as seven have attended Mr Marion Lawroncoo Interna tional General Secretary and the recognized loader of the Sunday School forces of the world will be present and take a prominent part in the programme f Hudson of SyracuseMr M A T N Y the author of the Baraca Class will take charge of the meet ing for men Mr Hudson has a i national reputation as a leader in ftthe important work of winning the mon to the Sundayschool Every Bible class in the State should send t a delegate I Mr L P Loavell of Jackson Miss Sundayschool Secretary of the Baptist Church a young man but a recognized leader in the Sun dayschool work an interesting and inspiring speaker will bo there I also Rev Geo O Bachman former t i General Secretary of Tennessee one of the best informed men and F one of the strongest speakers in our ranksMr E A Fox Rovrl C Gebauer and Miss Nannie Loe Fray ser all recognized specialists will take part Mr Lawrence Mr Leavell and Mr Fox have just re- t turned from Jerusalem and thet Worlds Fourth and greatest Sun dayschool Convention and will rr give an account of this noted cruise beenR5spread for the I ors of Kentucky Every Sunday school in the State is entitled to representation Tho railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegates will be 4 entertained fine Henderson is halfway between stoptrthose who want to attend both the Convention and the St Louis Ex position In order to secure free entertain mon t snnd your names not later than August 20 to Jas W Clay Henderscn Ky All delegates from Franklin fshould apply for credentials to E R Jones County Pres Switzer Ky or to Mrs M B R Day County Secretary Frankfort Ky Insist on having Fabras Food for Stook and Poultry Put up in yellow bags It is the best For sale by all leading merchants FABRA FOOD CO 48lm Falmouth Ky VIOLATES REVENUE LAW One Sam Webster of Bagdad was arrested und brought to this city by Deputy U S Marshal N I i MoDaniel charged with selling beer without license Ho was tried before U S Commissioner W G Chapman on Thursday and held to the Federal grand jury in a bond of 200 ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay the furnishfHOGE COAL AND FEED CO ICyBothJuly 23tf ti Ito FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli yr cited today for our free book tw l5whloh gives our references terms ice e MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept Bt 1185 Broadway N w York City Lfl ritjJlliL t J rJlf ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO Notice to Stockholders Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 10 1004 at twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will bo issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as reg istered on the books of the company at the close of business on Tuesday September 2 1004 who is of full nge a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Com panys lines from the station on the IlUnois Central Railroad nearest to bhor her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days imme diately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting und the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 0 a in and 5 p min the office of the Assist ant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in ob1tuinodstored as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago Each appli cation must state the full name and address of tho Stockholder TO OF exactly as given in his or her Cer tificate of Stock together with the number und Into of such certificate No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF 4td Secretary LUNATIC Mary Noble a convict in the wngIa court on Thursday told ordered sent to the Asylum LETTER LIST The following is time list ofjettors to be advertised for week ending Saturday August 18 11104IBaker Grant Bowen Mrs Kate Brown Henry Bullock Judgo F A Coal Miss Cathern Cooper Harrison Ely Robert Gadd Mrs M C Green Mrs Grncoy Hagins Mr B Hardin H C Harris Gussew Hawkins Susie Hernton Miss Addle 2 Ivlns J P Jones Mrs Fannie Jones Charley Moore Clay- OBannon s Anna Osgood E T Plinkett Ebenezer Purty Basil Sexton P W Thneker M M Welk Mrs Del Wiley Mrs Kate Wing Mike Young Eliza Persons nailing for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Haggine of Melbourne Fla writes II My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The otter of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results wore startling I nm now on tho road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by all druggists Price 50o and L Trial bottles free r KILL THIS COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kit gs New Discovery IFORPrlCD 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOtf ISIvjiYou CanPin- Your Faith TOE J M wontI Flour because it fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E ills milling CO Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions ACTION PARTY h L BIRTHS HUGHES In this city on Tuesday to Mr Ben Hughes and wife souGRIFFINIi his city on Wednesday to Mr John Griflin and wifea son FIARR1EB IoDOXLDl YIJOn In this city on Wednesday Mr fore McDonald and Miss Annio May Taylor were married by Rev L D Stucker Mr McDonald is a valued em ploye of the Geo T Stngg Co and is an industrious and manly young manHis bride is tho daughter of Mr Win F Taylor near Benson and is a pretty and accomplished young girlWe tender our congratulations this city on Wednesday Mr Wm Gordon and Miss Lulie Long wore married by Rev L D Stuoker HOOVER HOOVER In this county on Wednesday Mr Marcus D Hoover and Mrs Olive Hoover were married They had been married and divorced before and are trying it over POSEY TANNER In Lexing ton on Wednesday Dr Thos H Posey of Lawronceburg and Miss Ollie Tanner of Lexington were married Dr Posey is the brother of Mr Wm H Posey and Dr J A Posey prominentlady MONEY FOR SOLDIERS A government warrant for 3098 was received at the Adjutant Generals ollloe on Thursday to Kentucky soldiers in the SpunlHh- wor due the field staff and bands of the sevaral regiments HOME GROWN MELONS Lots of homo grown water melons and canteloupes are now on our markets Those luscious melons are offered at very reasonable figures loMICHIGAN AND RETURN 10 Via Motion Route and Steamer PotoskoyHarbor andCharlovofx Tho Motion Route wil sell tickets from Louisville to tho shove do lightful resorts in Michigan on ChiICfsteamship Manitou which will he good returning fifteen days Berths and meals on tho Mnnitou former from to 2 nccord oxtllLI location and the latter a In This is tho one and only annual rail and Lake Michigan outing at greatly reduced price and by the yearsboatequal For reservations and further information address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1H04 as far as reported daysLibertyBrodhead August 17 8 days Fern Creek August 23 4 days Shelbyville August 23 4 days daysSpringfieldSomerset August 30 4 days Nicholasville August 80 3 Florence August 81 4 days daysI Glasgow August 31 4 days Elizabethtown September days Hartford Sept 21 4 days Owensboro Oct 4 5 dn sIFolmouth September 28 Ewing August 31 4 days genuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold in one day BURGLARS ABOUT Burglars attempted to enter tho homo of Mrs Richard Church on Shelby street Monday night Thy noise made aroused Mr Sylvester Meek brother of Mrs Church and the scoundrel was frightened off A lose of cold lead would remedy this matter CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular u so of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough told debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion tied to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr LOST Gold rimmed spectacles on Georgetown pike Finder will ho rewarded on leaving at this office 4SMt WHAT IS INSIDE OF THE WORLDS FAIR And How to See it at the Least Expense Tho Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free dis trlhution a very complete and val table booklet descriptive of whatI Is Inside and what is outside Worlds Fair and how to see it ntI the least expense The booklet contains information of such value that all prospective visitors to St Louis should have a copy How to roach tho Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to- get around tho grounds to the hORtI idvantage the most economical plan for touring tho Exposition things of importance to see in St Loris with many other valuable pointers regarding a tripI of this nature are only of theImany points covered somethis corn ileto booklet- It is something you should have before planning your Worlds FairI trip and eau be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO DETROITf I Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamtrt of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat after arrival ofmorning trains Returning arrive Week p Sundays9ooP Fare to Detroit unlimitedroundtrip r25 Excursion to Detroit snd rrturn Week Days Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only meals and berth extra Special Patel 1o SocittttJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest IIDOLDENDRdkA r TotED h C1E S i0 z tBears the E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT THE THE DEMOCRATIC GORDONLONGTn connmptionlis niIh KJ Ya Bought YJLESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMAjTISM LIVER AND BY USIN NIrim aANCJv ISPEEDY CURE 1 Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes AverDIr Brelsford and wife lIaynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High BroadIfatMaynardMr Wilson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy ShuttztIVe could fill a newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But youwillit affords For sale at t GAYLES Drug o- eDEATH3 HEADLEV In Lexington on Monday Mrs Hello Blakemoro Headley wife of Mr Chas P Hoadley agod about f 5 years as tho result of an operation Mrs Headley was horn and raised in this Bounty hying rhu daughter of Mr Frank Blakemoro and a sister of Messrs J Nov Oscar and 1SnmhChits P Headley of Jessamine county and as a result of that union one sun was horn to them Some yours since they moved to Fayotto county near Lexington and wore living there when the end came Mrs Head ley wns a handsome anti cultivated lady A devout member of the Christian Church The funeral and burial took at LoxiugtonjDr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp porUie the blood Cerate heals ekln eruption f LSL= r TIE Frankor1Rouadaflou- iI =z Kl1rtie ir GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUG 13 1904 PTTTSBURG LETTER Wo have received tho following letter which speaks for itself Pittsburgh Pa Aug 6 1904 2011 Centro Ave r I reed ved your postal in duo time contents noted and I return sincere thanks for copy of Frankfort Roundabout July 13 Kentucky Journal of July 12th also for cop ies of Evening Call of July 14th and 19th hf was deeply interested to learn tho particulars of Rev George Dar sins death I remembered his interest in the welfare of humanity during the glorious campaign Of temperance in Frankfort during the years of 187778 and when I read of his loath in Pittsburg papers I at ir once sent telegram of condolence to his tear wife which was on tho morning of the funeral day ur called last week on tho de Iccnscds brother here and learned of the universal sorrow and gloom which followed the announcement of tho sudden taking away of our good friend which I am aware was i a great shock to his relatives and friends as well as to the public in general of your city and of course to his many friends ata distance- I recall him as a man who was indeed pure in heart one who was a worker in the great vineyard of the Maker of all mankind and one who was over anxious for tho general welfare of humanity and I am sure all will unite in saying of him Well done good and faithful servant Therefore repose in perfect bliss And from thy labors rest Oh good and faithful friend to us Be thou forever blest r Trusting you will convey my con f dolenco again to his dear wife and many friends with whom I join in deep sorrow over tho less of their beloved delHi And thanking you for courtesy received and with best wishes to you and mill my dear friends I remain Yours very respectfully RICHARD ENNIS nEW rl IS THE NAME When you go to buy Witch Hazel salvo look for the name DoWitt on every box The pure unadulter ated Witch Hazel is used in making DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles Tho popularity of De j Witts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused nume rOils counterfeits to be placed on P tho market Tho genuine beaus the tChicagorft TREASURE ISLAND We have had an abundance of l rain the last four weeks Our crops are no longer suffering Quito a number of the young folks of this neighborhood attended church at Clwat file last woek Mrs Better Semonos and laugh ter Airs Florence Harrod will leave tomorrow fora weeks visit to relatives in Cincinnati OIMr P F Marshall of is visiting relatives in this com munity this week f Has nay one seen Louis Some ono told me that he was load but r have heard since that he wasnt dead by a whole lot Mr Charlie Downey celled on his best girl lust Sunday evening Mrs E Bennett of Harvieland visited Mrs J S Goodrich of Frankfort last week Mrs Lou LeCompto visited her sister Mrs Fannio Browne last l week I wonder what is the matter with Howard Ho HOPDIS to bo very sad Jlmn sympathize with you Howard I hUe traveled that road J myself Hut you know there are as good fish in the sea now as have owe been caught outCINDERELLA s Ttilike best to call EMULSION iSCOTTS it stands so em perfect nutrition t yet matter of restor ing appetite of giving new v strength to the tissues especially T to the nerves its action is that of a medicine Send for free sample SCOTT t HOWNK Chemists ft 409415 Jearl Street New socand ioo all druggists YorkI tf AtF it tfi = = =la8 C Ui Jp S Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state as follows It is with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have done me Last winter had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could lie on left side for a long time got Heart Cure and took three bottles have no trouble now with my heart and riJhtFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem Rettingnerves of my heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a friend that I tried our Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nervousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as 1was All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr THE LAST OF THE SERIES The Rev O L Powers of Wood lake pastor of Providence Baptist Church on Sunday night last preached the last of the series of sermons which be had been engaged to deliver at the First Baptist Church of this city during the absence of tho pastor Rev M B AdamsHis theme was The Cedars of Lebanon from the text Ho Shall Grow Like a Cedar in Lebanon It was an earnest and eloquent plea for higher purer more peace ful and better living upon the part of Christians and a searching talk to the unconverted to turn from evil and learn to do well The earnest preacher held the vast audience as still as death from tho first to the last sentence of his discourseWe to return our sincere thanks to this promising young minister for the exquisite pleasure ho has given to so many of our citizens in the series of sermons he has preached here We hope we may have the pleas ure of again hearing him Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Perfectly safe Never fails At any drug- ro A FIXE SERMON We had tho pleasure on Sunday morning last of hearing a sermon by Rev W L McEwan D n of Pittsburg Penn from the text Not every ono that smith unto me Lord Lord shall enter into the kingdom of Heaven but he that loath the will of my Father It was a strong presentation of the truths of the text and at tho same time he took occasion to cheer the people of God with the proofs of the fact that the world is growing bettor saying that under all time discouragements that may and have come there were more than the old time seven thousand who had nut howe the Knee to Baal and who were consecrated to the service of the Mister It was a sermon full of power and encouragement to higher and better living among Christians HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand tram 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 47lm WAIT FOR IT DONT FORGET 1J The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will run an excursion on tho Falls City some time about the middle of August Tho exact late will bo given later Tho excursion will go to Tyrone or probably beyond that point The rate foi the round trip will be very low A nice and pleasant trip is assured Wait for it td ay rF JIJ1 J fi rIftv y = CONCERNING AUSTRALIAN BABIES An editorial in Harpers Weekly calls attention to a report just issued by the government of Now South Wales by which it appears that in that Colony mid in Aus tralia at large there has been for the last thirty years n progressive decline in the birthrate This is attributed by Harpers Weekly to tho domination of the working man and the voting womanI Women bare only had the ballot inI Now South Wales since 1102 and Australia at largo they voted for the first time on December 10 HJOl Therefore if the birthrate has boon decreasing steadily for thirty years it can hardly bo a result of woman suffrage In England Scotland and Ire land where women vote for all otllcers except members of Parlin ment families are generally large In America where women do not vote families have become so small as to lead to n widespread discus sion of racesuicide From this it would seem that tho size of tam ilies is determined by influences that have little to do with tile ballotTo the lessening birthrate of Australia to the domination of the working man is almost as ab surd as to lay it to tho voting woman Whatever criticisms may be made upon working men they generally have larger families than the rich ALICE STONE BLACKWELL A SUMMER COLD A summer cold is not only annoying but if not relieved phpumonw will be the probable result by fall One Minute Cough Cure clears tho phlegm draws out the inflamma tion heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes Ono Minute Cough Cure is an ideal remedy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by 1 Gaylo DEATH OF EXSENATOR GEORGE GRAHAM VEST ExSenator George Graham Vest of Missouri died on Tuesday last at his home at Old Sweet Springs in that State aged 74 years Mr Vest was born in this city edu cated at the famous Sayro Acrid emy afterwards graduating from Center College Danville and time Law Department of Transylvania University Lexington Ho was the son of the late Mr John H Vest He leaves one sister Mrs Mary Ellen Batcholor now resid ing in Philadelphia Penn with her daughter Of his immediate family he leaves a wife son and daughter- Mr Vest removed to Missouri in 1853 when lie was 23 years of age Ho served in the Missouri Legis laturo before tho war Ho also served in tho Confederate Congress After the war closed he was elected to the U S Senate as a Democrat and served until last year when owing to ill health he declined a reoloction Wo remember Mr Vest well as a young man He was slender about 5 feet I inches high thinvisaged freckled faced and red headed and always carried his head on one side as though rhyneokod He was a brilliantminded and highly educated man and it was always thought ho would achieve tho emi nence that came to him afterwards He floshoned up as he grew older and no one who had seen him as a young man only would over have recognized him in his later years His family were all old lino Whigs but he was a Democrat from his youth and often wrote for the old Frankfort Yeoman when published by Mr Wm Tanner and afterwards by Col S I lI Major All the Graham family of this city and county are cousins of his of more or loss degree WANTED tanager for Retail Grocery Must be A No1 hustler and boar 11B474t Dr Cadyo Condition IMwicrs are just what u horse needs when in bud condition Tonic blood purifier vermifnge They are not food andI medicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LoCompte Gayle i m f iY Pleasant kiiici7 sfi JLrk i L axatvejSyru NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION tr Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a iiJ normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines i LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring tabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness r Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than j1 any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4 HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE S81tit71 4915 = m as txi28 s eRegular Style Stays lnor6In apart 4 INCHja sx rN 8 j6 IN J o IN Si i 5 4 4 Special Hog and Cattle Style Stays to In or aparthMade large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized J Amply provides for expansion and contraction practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it i t1iandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED t by the manufacturers and by us Call and it Can show you how it will save ycu roooey end fee your fields so they will stay fenced OFRANKSTAGGI SPI3CIAL AGENT Of 55 61n of Is J see IIdealPlacesThere is a splendid country in it northern Indianaa many lakes running streams clear as and deep Here are delightful places fishing boating bathing camping and kindred where you enter into a joyous summer life perfectly free from conventionalities The cost is moderate Board rooms in farm houses and small summer hotels at rates averaging from 5 to 8 per week There are also many furnished cottages rent at reasonable rates This entire region is reached by trains of The Lake ShoreMichigan Southern Ry and the T R it operates assist in selecting a vacation place the following books will be sent 5 cents in postage to cover part of mailing cost The Ideal Vacation Land containing pages 8x10 inches of beautiful view from photographs made especially to Illustrate some of tho lake country I and Quiet Summer Retreats containing a list of summer hoarding places Including summer hotels farm houses furnished cottages camps with rates features of location Information Address A J SMITH G P T A Cleveland O OF ALL HOT WEATHER ENEMIES humanity cholera is tho worst Treatment to bo effective must prompt When vomiting purging and sweat announce that tho disonso is oombat it with Perry Davis Painkiller All bowel troubles like diarrhea cholera morbus mud dysentery are over come by Painkiller Ij b r j Horse vacation southern that adjoining in country of beau tiful crystal woods for out pleasures can simple everyday for M which To for and and other bo Ii Burdock Blood Bitters gives ft man a clear head an active brain 111himEczema scald head hives itchi ness of the skin of any sort in f stantly relieved permanently r Idrugstoro 1 Jt J r 1 iIIFinal Clean up of all Short Lengths and Broken Lots I I DRESS GOODS Skirt or Waist Lengths in Black and Colored Dross Goods at prices only about one I half value 4 LAWNS Clean Up Stock lOc Lawns 5c 15c Lawns r 7c 25c Lawns lOc RIBBONSwr AR ERBELxtiyNthe Roundabout pFor CROSSES A rose lay just across my path lost night So beautiful so pure so white I felt keen souse of pleasure and delight lln its rare sweetness and its per foot bloom l J I dardu notpluck it from the parent stem i To wear mid social strife or blush unken 2 Within the cloister of my quiet 1roomSo from my window pane + YI watched the harpies in tho if driving rain r Swoop down and scatter all they petals white I imo no rose tonight j My friend wont just across the way last night So calm so still so white JNIy very heart ached with its sense of fright Alone amid the silence and the rain IIdared not call him back to watch with me The signal light of loves eternity Or bear lifes burden with its cares and pain And so I watched him vanish out of sight Ho gathered up my rose leaves pure and white And passed into thenightN COX August 8 No such thing as summor com- Plaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every loose ness of the bowels THANKS Mr M F Semones of Harviej land brought us a sack of delight fun red Chiokasaw plums on Satur slay They are delicious and hot will pleaso accept our thanks for fthe same Next BetAPBears the- Signature of OF NEW STAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owen ton Ky 1 Eilootivo July 1st tho following schedule has boon established Leave Frankfort lf0a m Arrive Stamping Ground 722 a MI m Leave Stamping Ground 800 a f m Arrive at Owonton 400 p m Returning Loavo Owenton 800 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 100 p m Loavo Stamping Ground 048pi- nArrive Frankfort 720 p m following rates of faro will 1appl 100 Stamping Ground and Stamping Ground and Hosier 75 cents Between Stamping Ground and Bethany 50 cents Between Stamping Ground and Sntorvillo 25 cents nJJotwoon Stamping Ground and 25 cents S E HUTTON General Passenger Agent Frankfort S Cincinnati Railway k SKIRTS Correct Styles any Light Color Summer Skirt at onehalf price Any 5or 0 Skirt fit3 10 Duck Skirts Black or Blue SOc Shirt Waists only a few left Wash Waists at onehalf price s F ESTABLISHMENT = FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Frankfort Ky July 18 1004 Tho Franklin Association of Bap tist Churches will convene with the First Baptist Church of Frank fort un Wednesday and Thursday the 24th and 25th days of August 1904 Pursuant to an order made at tho session of the Association in 1103 at Pleasant Ridge Church it was thought advisable that a central convenient and permanent place for tho meetings of the Association be provided and that the church with which tho meetings be hold under this arrangement be relieved of all the care and notes sity of providing entertainment for the messengers and visitors and this meeting is to bo held under that provision Ample room will be provided by tho Frankfort Church in its former chapel for all visitors and messengers to spread lunch etc At a mooting of the Executive Board of tho Associa tion hold this day this arrange moat was unanimously adopted and by virtue of that arrangement the place of the mooting tho onsuj ing session was determined as at Frankfort Tho Frankfort church having previously tendered the use of their building for tho above purposes and under above corn ditions also The following resolu tion was unanimously adopted Resolved That a committee of four viz J E Kirtley Jas AI Scott N R Armstrong and E RI Tones with the pastor of tho Frank fort Church as ex officio be appointed whoso duty it shall bo to form u la to a plan and present it to the next meeting of the Association whereby a suitable central place may bo selected and all other necessary arrangements for tho consideration of the Assooia tion Resolved That time Moderator of tho Association be requested to give due notice of tho above through the Frankfort papers the Baptist Argus and Recorder U V WILLIAMS Moderator Franklin Association The following standing commit toes are requested to have their re ports ready when tho Association convenes State Missions Rov B P Roach Mrs W S Farmer Schools and Colleges Wellington Loo W B Jones Jr- lenlporailceVin C French Rov M B Adams Homo Missions J E Kirtley Crawford Lee Foreign 1lissiousMrs N M Garrttt Mrs W S Farmer Orphans Homo John H Sutor J B Ho kensmith Sundaysoliools R Jonos John Shoots Ministers Aka Society Rov L D Stuoker Miss Daisy Hooken smith Young Peoples Society Miss Lmia Kirtloy Mrs E h Jones Baptist Literature Jollroy Allison O C Kenney Womans Missionary Sooiotv Mrs M L Campbell Mrs EllJones Mrs Sallio Lawson td MYSTERIOUS CIRCUM STANCES One was palo and sallow and tho othor fresh and rosy Whence tho dilferonco SIll who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills to maintain it By gently rousing till lazy organs they com pel good and goad oil constipation Try thorn Only 25c at nIl druggists KNIT UNDERWEAR loc Vests lOc 25c Vests and Pants lOc 50c Vests und Pants or Union Suits 80e MUSLIN UNDERWEAR One Lot Corset Covers lOc Ono Lot 50c Corset Covers 25c Ono Lot Broken Assortments at special reduced prices EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save Many Frankfort Readers Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions See that they have tho amber hue of health Time discharges not excessive or no brickdust like sediment Doana Kidney Pills will do this for your They watch tho kidneys and cure them when theyrn sick C H Luckett night clerk at the Hotel Fleming Holmes St says I was troubled for some time with marked symptoms of Iddnev ail meutprinoipally in oonueotiorlwIth the kidney secretions which at disItrossingPills advertised and so highly- rocotnnlendecl that it was with hopes that they might help me that- I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I used them as directed and found they benefltted me in every way so much so that I have recommended them to my friends on several occasions and will do so whenever I can You may refer to mo at any time as having used Doans Kidney Pills with good results and I hope it may be tho means of relieving others who may be suffering from tit common complaint kidney troubleFor by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf ifalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St 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cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a = cent stamp entitle you in addition to m Jr the regular free premiums to i one vote The 2cent stamp cov Ip 1era our acknowledgment to you Vg f that your estimate is recorded You can send as many estU mates as desired Grand First Prize of will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests- We also offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars In each case of Lion Coffee ContestIII Vote 500000 the How Would Your Name Look One of These Checks Everybody coffee you will long get acquainted will suited and other such value will otherand thats why And using that both usyou Thenrou wewill get benefit Hence for your Lion GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars Every Package of LION COFFEEWOOLSON CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO r STAGETho Louisville play Mr Vfrtr PatcharrangeFfrom Mrs Alice Hogan Rices book wihch was presented tho Capital Theatre last season by the original company began a weeks engagement at Chicago lost itsfirstSavnyIeator Contracts have been signed be tween Miss Comstock and James lL Hackett whereby Miss Comstook will star under Mr Hack etts management beginning next During the last four years Miss Comstook has been leading with many important productions and prominent stars including Joseph Jefferson John Hare Sol Smith Russell Otis Skinner and Henry Millers Her first success was made as Jenny Buokthorne III the original production of Shenandoah fol OlmrleysAunther creation of the leading feminine role The Virginian She ap eared with Collier in ogoMrComstook begin her starring tour as Virginia In Winston Churchills The Crisis opening September She probably will appear later on in a new play now being written for her Frankfort theatregoers will note with interest that James Haok etts great production Tine Crisis is booked for early pearance at the Capital Theatre The Rogers Brothers and their company although they nut open till August 20th are ing day and evening Evening rehearsals have earlier this season than past years When the curtain rises on the premiere at the Star Theatre Buffalo the reason for this most painstaking advance preparation will bo plainly apparent The Rogers Bros Paris will be quite the biggest and best of the MoNally farces Klaw Erlanger nave produced cA J iI t Cash to Lion Coffee users in our Great Worlds Fair 2139 people get checks 2139 more will get them in I What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for can k didates combined at the election m November 8 1904 t a In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com V panys office Toledo 0 on before w November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S25OOOO 1 Second Prize 1000002 Prizes S6OOOO each 1000006 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 6000II 1000006O Prizes 2000 100000 25O Prizes 1000 26OOOO 1800 Prizes 6OO 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 12000000 on uses If use LION COFFEE enough to with it you be convinced there is no for the money take no we advertise we are our advertising money so of a Heads WE in SPICE r tt sixI Nanette season woman In William Carve early in K an ap do rehears in in In f o all or for the Rogerse Herbert Gresham is staging the conic dy parts Nod Wayburn the dances and ensemble contpoerismusic George V Hohirc lots pro aredticn John J McNallys book is described as rapiflre buttery of fun that will discharge sixty laughs a minute without cessation for three hours J AM Palmers allstar east is willIThe cast of Klaw t Erlangors production of BenHur which will open its season In Milwaukee September 5th will Include AII phonse Ethier James J Ryan Robert Mo Wade lr Harry Weaver Charles Rieg l Charles Canfield William Averill Frederick Spates Augustine McHugh Leopold Lane Walter Markham Thomas J Tra cey George Wilkes Rose J Anthon Ellen Mortimer May Burigess Stella Boniface Weaver and Zaideo Appleton The cast of Klaw Erlangers production of the Dairy Lane spectacle Mother Goose II which will open at the Olympic Theatre in St Louis September 4th will present a quartette of noted comedians Joseph Cawthorne Harry Kelly William McCart and Clifton Craw ford Leila MoIntyre Neva Ay mar Edith St Clair and Edith Hatching will be the leading women A number of new special ties have been arranged for tho coming season engagedJoecomedians of their permanent musical stock company which follows the Rogers Brothers at the New Liberty Theatre in October MrICoyne made a hit three years ago as Sir Arohie in The Toreador a role he played for two sea sons and last season he was very successful in The Rogers Brothers in London He possesses a quaint- Rhle of humor which particularly distinguishes him as the only comedian of his typo on the Amer ican stage Parts in the produc Libertytheatrefor him GRANT LODGE U R F AND 1S M T IN SESSION iTIf Grand Lndtro of United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten a colored benevnlont order have been hold ing their innual session in the House of Tl State CupltoIImost prominent men and women of that roes in attendance Since its organization in 1801 this order has done a vast amount of rood in the way of caring for the widows and orphans of members of the order and of indigent members and in burying their dead There was a largely attended re- caption supper and dance given to the visiting members in the local hall on Main street and in the nightOn and other members of the order paraded our principal streets and the strains of popular music rendered by two good brass bands S hyDrRohh and others of the committees chargeWo the good order maintained and the gentlemanly demeanor of tho delegates OA ig T tD RABears SIgaatare of A WILL YOU ATTEND THE WORLDS FAIR thelWorldswhen to attend Calendar of Events for each day giving dates of State days patriotic days family re unions special events congresses conventions etc views of all exhibit palaces map of grounds directory of reputable hotels and rooming houses a complete city guide and a world of other informa tion Get posted learn the streets the town and tho 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 accepted Address AMERICAN Burlington Stomach Troublescured tJIJtJL 1JJPEFJ1A CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Nevada 0 was cured by Kodol of stomach V trouble which had effected t his heart Mrs W W Lay ler of Milliard Pa was cured of Chronic Dyspepsia by the use of Kodol in KODOL rDUetWtulYou Eft For saie brr W Gayle druggists COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52to CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announoo Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a candidate for the office of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party 28te FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon h FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a oandidate for the nomination for reelection as Rep resell tativo from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28to FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec lltfu PicKliig SpicesT- he delicacy and appetiz ing qualities of your var ious pickle recipes depends on getting our kind of spices Mixed spices are now largely used and the merit of these lies in proper combination of the various spices used and in their purity and strength You want the mixedto please not the mixedto sell kind We have the excellent sort and all other pickling items as well Corks Curcuma Sealing Wax Paraffine etc Tho Gayln llrUR Stores t A LITTLE WHILE Beyond the smiling and the weep lug I shall be soon Beyond the waking and the sleep ingwBeyond the sowing and the reaping I shall bo soon Love rest and homo tt n Sweet hope Lord tarry not but come i Beyond the blooming and the fad lug I shall be soon l Beyond the shining and the shad itlug- Beyond the hoping and the dreading otzf I shall be soon titLoveSweet hope Lord tarry not but come 1 t Beyond the rising and the setting f I shall be soon Beyond 1tingBeyond ting I shall be soonyLove rest and home Sweet hope Lord tarry not but come Beyond the gathering and ther rr strowingI be soon Beyond the ebbing and the flowingtBeyond the coming and tho going ti I shall be soon Love rest and homo Sweet hope 1i wi Lord tarry not but come Beyond the parting and the meeting I shall be soon Beyond tho farewell and the greet inR- Beyond this pulses fever beating I shall be soon Love rest and homo Sweet hope l Lord tarry not but come 4 Beyond the frostchain and the f fever tI I shall bo soon Beyond the rock waste and the tea river ir Beyond the ever and tho never I shall be soon Love rest and home t Sweet hoperLord tarry not but come HORATIUS BONAR HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on r hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select 1 from 47lm J HEAD CUT H While Mr James Kinkoad was I cutting wood with an axe on i i Wednesday the axe caught on ft f clothes line and falling out Mr Kinkeads head at tho back in flicting a painful Dr woundIPnrlfles the blood Cerate EDWARDS WON I It looks like Mr D 0 Edwards of Laurel county had won the Re 1 publican nomination for Congress in the Eleventh District DOVE LAW OUT ItJ The law forbidding the killingof doves expired on Monday last The sportsmen and pothunters can now have their innings Have you ever used Colvins Line Holders if not you have not gotten the pleasure out of driving voir should Order a pair Post paid 4 260 COLVIN WILSON 481m Falmouth Ky j n DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad rta vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold t with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps I yforbe Dr Boschoes German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses ofwit will undoubtedly relieve cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even If dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 76o A tall druglgsts lyr vv 7T vt 111J UL1 Jr rIf t t tflt4frr I f n f Y l II ttlSTf 4J FLYE11 ATO 17 PREINVENTORY AND IMPROVEMENT SALE EYBIU aa From Now Until pugust SDtli Tremendous cut in prices on Dress Goods Millinery Notions China Etc- Qonlember the bargains we ofter are nIl seasonable goods of this years manufacture Why wear a faded hat when you can got one from 25c up 1ft f f Rev M B Adams the pastor having returned from his vacation there will bo preaching at 11 a m And 8 m Evening subject Can a Chris tian Lifo Be Successfully Lived Today Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton su perintendent Adults and strangers inivted to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 7 p m in the chapel Loader Russell Penn Topic The Story of a Hymn Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in the chapelVisitors and everybody in the city invited to attend- ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn row tor Sunday August 14 1904 980 a in Sundayschool 11 a m Sermon by the rector 730 p m Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 780 Divino Service in the chapel Friday 730 p m Parish Bible Class All aro invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will be observed at 1080 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the i chapel Christian Endeavor has adjourned until October Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic Knowledge and Re sponsibility The Junior Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Everybody iuvited- SOUTHERN t PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor being away there will be 110 preaching Sunday- SundayschoolIll at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p r in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p m- Everybody invited to attend rP CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector 01Low Mass 780 a m Low Mass JO a m Vespers 780 p m ti FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHRev J MoClusky JBlayney D D the pastor will preach at a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris 1iif tian Endeavor 645 p m All the young people invited Prayermooting Wednesday night At 8 p m The public cordially invited to attend 1 METHODIST CHURCH R o v a t Junior League at 3 p m trSenior Lea guo at 7 p m U Visitors cordially welcomed v LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin will preach at 730 pm i ST JOHNS MISSIONSorviooB will bo hold at 8 oclock p m I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 5 Digests what you eat i j 1 tl oi Jf SEE SOME OF OUR PRICES 3cts for Clarks Spool Cotton 4ets for Best Calicoes 47c for Table Linens worth GOc anti 70c Sc for all Linen Handkerchiefs 12e for Danish Cloth lOc for Ribbons worth 15c and 20c lS D JOHNSON CO RELIGIOUSFIRST ofJ willI httr New Fast TrainT- OColorado UTAH THE PACIFIC COAST in effect May The now trains will leave St Lotus a m dully The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily florice- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address RT MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo THIS IS Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100YEAR 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 offer must be sent through the Koumln bout oilico NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT BOSTON MASS A GUST lfi20 1504 For the above occasion the Frankfort 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 IJnsrt l r twJI SJltJlit N IThe Evening Herald July 15 1904 GEN JONES DECLINED INVITATION To Speak nt Blue and Gray Meet lug at St Louis The Letter He Sent General Jones received an invitation to speak at the meeting of the Blue and the Gray at St Louis today The following is his response Binghamton N Y June 28 1904 Rev E Henry Byron box 272 Now Smyrna Fla Dy Dear Sir nC1Jmowledgoyitntion to attend and participate in the meeting of the Blue and the Gray at St Louis on the 15th of July I need not assure you that I feel highly honored by your rei mombrance and it would afford me great satisfaction to accept were it not for my disability blindness It was my fortune to command ser1viceunpleasantness and I could not have believed that the bitter feel- Ings that then controlled us would have been replaced by the kindly sentiments toward our onetime foes that now fill our hearts but time has tempered the bitterness of the conflict and it is with great pleasure that wo now greet those whom we meet in deadly conflict on the field of battle We have learned that there are two sides to the shield and we could not sne them both at once We rocogofxe the fact that others of opp Ite views were as honestly convinced that they were in the right as ever we were Athough neither sideI has arrived at the compromise of opinion to admit that they were in the wrong we are well satisfied to let bygones be bygones and feel pride in the reunited country that wo trust may never again ho dis rupted Fraternally EDWARD F JONES Dictated to secretary LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION 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 00day and 15 day tickets Rates from Frankfort 60day tickets 1285 15day tickets 1105 Coach excursion tickets 830 Coach excursion tickets good 01113011 Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Throe routes available from Cin cinnati 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 oar reservations secured if advised S E HUTTON td General Passenger Agent FOR SASE 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 equivalent Apply at this office 4tf fJf J kt1 hi Jii Every article in the store reduced This a money saver whree yourNennies will do the work Remember this only lasts until August the 10th MAIN STREETFRANKFORT KY WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MoKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably Known to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than 1nil the printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation wa have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 1876 wo shall fully maintain hi the sev eral departments of carriage building Oar repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we swish to say to our friends should they favor IIU8 possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usnal splendid quality We are prepared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 19Iy FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry AwayM- ore goods from our store than any other place in town We buy for cash in large quantities and take ad vantage of every discount We give our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once you will be our customer always JOHN DRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 22 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 DailyEx AM Leave No4Daily AM Leave sale II Stations ills Ex Ex Send No Dally 225II 745 0 Lexington I 0 1010 805 82b Winchester 620 ass elii Clay City 406 923 Stanton 931 430 485 954 Natural Bridge t01 44U 1003 Torrent 847 51 109 Bentty ville Junction 820 015 1100I194Jackson 71I 226 OHIO AND KENTUCKY MisI No DailyEx SUlldI Stations INo 53I No1I AiI Ex StU1dIM IPM RAILWAY IA M Lve P M LveIIA MAr PM A- rj4080 880 1120 01 925 280 0C K Junction 1120 US Willmrst x17 lJ52 152 Hampton 4SO lJM 128 Leo City iiIO 19 InI 843I 122 Heltichiiwa SlS 122S1105 Cannel City 545 1245 Nos and will make close connection at OJ K Junction with Nos and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Massager G P A 1 j i 1 Jiif i f 0 V v m t PEt RIDGE Protrnotod meeting at CMuwtevillo Christian Church closed last Frt day night with several additions hv baptism and somo by letter On Friday night tho additions wore recnlved into tho Church null Bro F Lennon of Lexington proachod his farewell sermon ho having re ceived and accepted a call to Athens Ala Wo predict for this promising young minister a bright and future Roy Mr Florence who is now the minister at Choateville will preach as usual every second Sunday in each monthThe protracted meetings carried on at Grnfensberg Baptist Church j also closed baptizing taking place on Sunday evening There wore twentyone additions to this ChurchProtracted meeting oon menoe- datBridogportChristian Church last Sunda Bro T N Aronld and preachiMr John Moore and wife gave very pleasant and enjoyable social on Saturday night in honor of their guest Miss Pearl Sanford of Lou- There were sixteen young ladies and oun gents present Instrumental music by Miss r Nannie Moore Miss Edith Edge and Mrs Winifred Lacefleld and merry social games wore indulged in and much enjoyed by thoset presentMrs Kate Chambers of Lexing pnrontsMrSeveral sunshades were left at the Grafensberg Baptist Church last Sunday These were carefully taken care of by the housekeeper Mr Noah White and politely re turned to their owners when called forMr Dudley Lacofleld and wife of Avon stoke were the guests of his parents Mr William Lacoflold and wife last Sunday Misses Annie Mary mid Bernice Nuckles of Louisville are the guests of their grandma Mrs Bet DennisMr Lacefleld and wife wore the guests of Mr David Lacofield of Frankfort one day last week Miss Nfithorton of Bellenoint is the guest oC Miss Minnie Hall this t Kato Sargent and son Master Murray of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Lou Sudduth this weekMiss Anna Leo Holder was tho guest of Mrs Mattie Clipper this and Mrs W Sacra were the guests of Mr Taylor Collins last jweek SCRIB- Er STAMPING GROUND Mr Geo Cunningham and bride returned from their wedidng trip on Saturday night Mr George E Wilkorson who has been suffering from flux is re coveringMiss Hookonsmith of Forks of Elkhorn is the guest of Miss Florence Easley Three pretty good rains have fallen lately Much good has been tiuP t More would be very accept ableDiedNear this place on Elmville pike Mr Ed theI after a long illness aged 4i Ho was buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery on Tuesday Rev G W Hill pastor of the Baptist Cniroh was recently called to preach two funerals of members of his former church at Williams town Mss Laura Belle Stone and Miss Lily Mao Stone of Greenville Tenn are visiting their old home They seem much pleased with their new home but are glad to see old friends again Mrs Alice Adams of Fort Worth Texas is visiting relatives here after an absence of many years She misses many familiar forms Dr F M Cannon has sold t house and lot on Main street for 500 to Robinson Brothers They will enlarge their coal and lumber yard over a part of the lot pur chased and will build a house on a part in which Mr Frank Robinson will go to housekeeping There Is considerable amount of improvement going on here in the way of repairs rDiedOn Tuesday morning Mrs r Duvall aged 70 years of typhoid fever She was the widow of Mr Duvall and mother of GeorgetWn nlaeeiby all who knew her UNO GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is tho liverand all tho fine spirits over made in the Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a bad liver or the producesand a had liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condi buoyanthappylight of stop vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You can usingGreensest 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 25c regular bottles 7 At all druggists lyr MICHIGAN AND RETURN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 This most delightful of all sum mer outings will bo conducted from all points in Kentucky tho party theyleavethere the celebrated big steel ship Manitou for Charlevolx Petoskey Ray View or Mackinac Tickets will be sold from Frankfort for this peerless trip at 1165 to above points and return limited fifteen lays For further informa tion and reservation of accommoda tions on train and steamer confer with your agent or address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLouisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 RlvIRlonI 5 pm Ipm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 538 851 Lawrenceburg 955 020 935 Versailles 1016 042 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Bnrgln 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No2 pm Iam Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 Versailles 025 512 755 Lnwrenceburg 043 541 820 Shelbyvillo 720 620 910 Louisville 840 750 r All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington Also on trains Xos 5 and Through Obser vation chair cur between Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a in for the South and arriving 750 from the South through sleeping cars from and to Asheville N Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Trait leaving Louisville 730 p m and arriv ing Louisville 740 a in Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis DiilonILv Louisville Ar Huntingburg 1145 a m 1280 a Princeton 100 pm 145 a mlSt Louis 030 P 782 a No No1 Lv St Loafs 808 am Ur00 m m1IILouisville 545 p 710 am No No Lv Louisville p7mT 850 rAr Huntingburg 1850 pm 1145 amEvansville pm l80p m Xo No pmAIAr Louisville 1159 fn4 pm betweenLouisville LouisdUe8i8OS and carry lr first class between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Louis Carsa Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet serce applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen O PA JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Late Sec Trens Pea Ridge Turnpike Coi Will furnish abstracts of title copy of survey of any land in Franklin county Defective titles by infant heirs outstanding con tracts mortgages or suits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi dents Correspondence solicited Special attention given to Pea Ridge 443m IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Ottered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno 5th Kentuckys popular line tho 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 011oratedinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 880 a m 900 p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 016 p m 720 a m and 610 p m justfromern vestibule pattein and is as flno as on any train qperating in or out ofKentuckyThe a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 900 p m train through without ohange of oars will consist ReIIDining Cars and high book seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you cot All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask tho agent for via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will glndtoYou will be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered b this line which has been termof1- the Official Route for Kentuckians Frllk1ort Cincinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 AMI DAILY JSXUKf T SUNDAY i1I 2 Lv D Frankfort Ar 206 6 Summit 7 Ulkhorn 1111 7 l12I Switzer 2J Stamping Ground so Duvall 10 5316 Jj Johnson 45Georgetown 516 251 S Depot 105 Newtown hU 6 07 8 7551c 0 6 201 Elizabeth 9 5IJunctn 9 3 258 tAr Paris fLvi 9 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA OIonoEToWN P MIA MjIA IPM 200 0 50 Lv Frankfort Ar1 825 Ii 47 Lv Georgetown Arl 0 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS R M 00 Lv Frankfort Ar PMILv Georgetown Ar Lv Paris Ar 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL It R POINTS 2 Frankfort 25A 720P 12 47P Georgetown Aill 80A 25P 8 25P 11 WAIL Paris ggI 542P 0 IIP Winchester L 245P 8 15P A Maysville L 45A 15P OOP ACynthiana L 502P 7 20P 51P A L 7 A IMP 600P1 A Cincinnati L 55P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pres and Genl Supt G P A BETTER THAN GOLD I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nor voua debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for woak run down women No other medicine can take its place in oui family Try them Only GOo Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky rt rIv f l The difference between MALTWHEAT BISCUIT and breakfast foods is all the difference in the world Dont take our wordftry them I 15 MEALS CENTS I Tn Stat CoEeoIKKyLBX1NO i1 The Agricultural and Mechanical Slate College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural horticultural chemical biolo gical mathematical physical normal school classical mechanical engineer ing electrical engineering civil engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided leading to a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty numbers nearly fifty professors and instiuotors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensiveIIand modern The legislature appropriated 00000 for a college home for youngwomen and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both building are nom pleted nnd in use Military tactics and science are fully provided for as re quired by congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of tho ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation was 750 Specialists with tho necessary number of assistants have charge of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering and instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of col loge is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work Time completion of tho college home for young women provides facilities for good boarding and lodging It is equipped with all modern conven iences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity An opportunity is thus afforded to them of n thorough education in classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics history nnd political economy No other institution in the State of fers advantages for education of women at nil comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regardingjcourses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D Or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky FALL TERM BEGINS SLPTEMBER 5 1904s4- 9tdur1uIIlImFq SPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cicninnati ITho Frankfort and Cincinnati in oonjuction with time Q will run another of their special low rate excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday Aug 14 at the low rate of 125 for tripTrain this city at 7 a in Returning will leave Cincin nati at 830 p m td IJ11o110R4IR SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the WORLDS FAIR Look at tho schedules Leave Louisville 830 a m daily Arrivo St Louis 680 p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car- Leave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 732 a m daily Solid through train from Louis ville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to tho Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will bo an nounced soon T W CREWS 11 P Agent Lex ington Ky W G MORGAN D T Agont KyI District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avo Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo t f 1 1 4 r 15 KNIGHT TEMPLAR CONCLAVE t 5550 To California and Return via Monon Route The wonderfully low rateless than one fare for the round tripor5550 from Louisville to San Fran cisco and Los Angeles and return will be established by the Motion Route and tickets will be sold fromlAugust 15th to September 9th in jelusive good returning until Octo her 23d account of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave The icMonon Route will run a specialthrough train from Louisville to San Francisco account of the De Molay Commandery which is open- to tile public leaving Louisville- Saturday August 7th and on which no extra fare will bo charged For further particulars about special frain or for rates and con ditions on other days address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky tdiMEN WILL BE BOYSv In the excitement of a lively exer else like boat racing or ball playing t they will strain their muscles and go bomb limping and sore Then they are glad they have Perry Davis Painkiller on hand to soothe the quivering nerves to penetrate the muscles with warmth and heal i lug power It has relieved the pain of two generations of Americans Large bottles 25 and 50 cents Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville 1 No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 940 p m Arrives 7v am New Orleans Special No Lna en x201 p m Arrives 5 trml No Local Mail No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and Intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HodKcnvillo and Hopkinsville no Sunday service to Elizabethtown HodgenIville Stops at all stations No Accommodation NO Leaves 430 p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenvllle and Elizabethtown except oa Sundays Stop at all stations All Trains Run Dally ii