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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I J If rr y 1I 1 I t THE FRANKFORT RoUNDABouT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance t YOL XXYIL = FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY ADO 20 1904 NO bJ WE HAVK A HEAL SPREE FAIR At a mooting of citizens hold at tho Courthouse on Monday night lust it was rosolvod to Iiavo a Street fair Tho timo was fixed as October 4 5 and 7 roportedthatsubscriptions to warrant them in going ahead with the necessary arrangements The following gentlemen wore selected as the ollieer- sPresidentJas S Darnell J Vice President John IL Cassell Secretary Mason P Brown Treasurer John A lirislan- AuditorC Steelo Rending Wo have been opposed to having a Street Fair if it was to be run like the last one Wo expressed our opinion of that at the time and announced then that vo hoped we might never bo cursed with another such But now that those in charge have announced that they will con duct it upon the plan of tho first fair held here we are cordially in favor of it and hope it will prove a tM2great success 75 WILL BUY 1000 SHJNGLES AT HAMMOND CO 501 POCKET PICKED A traveling man by tho name of Mr G Garretson of Chicago Ills had his pocket picked at tho L C N depot on Friday evening of and some papers Tho police were notified SAD NEWS Mr Egbert Stephens received a 4telogram on Monday saying that his brotherinlaw Mr O R Wil son of Cincinnati had died that day Mrs Stephens and Miss Lot tie Wilson his sisters living in this city were at his bedside when the end came it SMALL THIEVES WHIPPED Following the example of Judge Riley of Lexington City Judge Herndon ordered two colored thieves May Wilson aged 10 years 4and Joe Smith aged 9 years to bn whipped by their mothers It was done and well done HOLDS UP ANOTHER APPRO PRIATION State Auditor S W Hagor has refused to pay the 15000 appropriation oracle by the last Legislature to the State Agricultural and Mechanical College Ho claims that tho act is unconstitutional and has asked an opinion from Attorney General Hays u PILLtone sys torn set the liver to action remove f the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leaves a good taste in the mouth The famous title f pills for doing such work pleas- antlyf and effectually are DoWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind 0 All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by J W Gayle THAT EXCURSION Itf Tho Young Ladles Aid Society of t the First Baptist Church will run an excursion to Tyrone this after noon on the Falls City Go with them and have a good time If you want lumber see Hammond Co 50lin NEARLY F i I1iTS HIS LIFE iArunaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the log of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it dolled allJ I doctors and all remedies But I Bucklons Arnica Salvo had no trouble to euro him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25o at all druggists = 4 il j jIJ 7 SAD ACCIDENT AND DEATH i On Tuesday afternoon Mr Jesse Phillips wifo and little son who live on Campbell street in what is known as the Epperson house wore Tnwlencoburg1pHO tho waterworks Some lads who had hoer swimming in tho river came up tho hill and shouted and waved their hats at the driver of a fourhorse team belonging to Mr Fonny IItch Ill who was cons ing along tho pike The horses attached to tho wngon look fright and ran away becoming unman ageable In their mad dash down tho pike tho team ran against Mr Phillips buggy overturning it and throwing nil the occupants out Mrs Phillips was thrown against a stone fence her head bodily cut and she was otherwise so badly in jured that she died from her hurts at oclock a m on Wednesday Sho never recovered consciousness after tho fall She was a delicate lady mind had boon in had health for some time Mr Phillips was rendered uncon scious by his fall but beyond being bruised and stunned was not seriously injured The little boy strange to say was uninjured Dr U V Williams was called in and dressed Mrs Phillips injuries and did all ho could for her but she was too badly hurt for any re liefThe buggy in which these good people were riding was smashed to kindling wood It was a very sad affair Coroner Graham held an inquest told the verdict of the jury was in accord with tho facts MEN WILL BE BOYS In the excitement of a lively exer cise like boat racing or play ing they will strain their muscles and go homo limping and sore PerryDavisponotmtotheing power It has relieved tho pain of two generations of Americans Large bottles 25 and 50 cents PROF CASSIDAYS SCHOOL Attention is called to tho adver tisement of Prof J B Cassidays classical high school for young ladies Piof Cassiday has made this school a decided success and the prospects for his school this year mire very good TO HAVE THEIR OWN SUP PLY OF WATER Time proprietors of tho Capit II Hotol are driving a big well on their own premises to provide a supply of water for use in the hotel FOR THE BENEFIT OF KINGS DAUGHTERS limo Kings Daughters will have tho benefit of J W Gaylos Main street drug store Wednesday August 24 The entire receipts will bo given to this organization for tho benefit of tho hospital fund It is deserving and it will doubt loss receive a largo patronage The soda fountains will bo in charge of well known young ladies who have been active in tho great work the Kings Daughters circle ofI A SWEET BREATH Is a never fniling sign of a healthy stomach When tie breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy In the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and all stom ach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By tho use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles ant fully restored in weight health and strength and can oat whatever I like Kodol digests what you oat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle 1 J l Jt THE urn SHOW NOT HERE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 23 Among the altogether now and startling feature loadstones an nounced by the great Adam Pore paugh and Sells Brothers United Shows to signalize their days visit to Frankfort on September 2B Prodigious Porthos the Parisian Cycling wonder whose phenomenal lent of leaping on his bicycle across a chasm fifty feet wide has already electrified Europe is attracting time lions share of attention and dis cussion None of our tenders hr v ing as yet seen this heroically phe nomenal performance the following summary thereof taken from a detailed description accompanied by a halfpage illustration published in the New York Evening Journal of March nth last will bo found of general interest lime bicycle used is ot the ordinary safety pattern except that two stationary pocket stirrups to hold tho riders foot are substituted in place of pedals which as it will be apparent would be worse than useless Thus mounted and grasp ing the handlebars with a grip of steel Porthos starts from a plat form fortyfive feet from tho ground Before him lies at an in cline of fortyfive degrees a board path less than three feet wide and a hundred feet in length which at tho bottom ends in a sharp upward curve directly in line with and separated by a break of some fifty feet from another platform ten feet above tho ground A gentle shove front an attondant and Porthos is oil on a brief but fearsome journey the ending of which no man not even himself can foretell Should his wheel swerve a single inch from tho required direction or ho for the fraction of a second lose unflinching coolness absolute perfec tion of control concentration of in stantaneous observation and supreme selfpossession deadly disas tel rides with him So rapidly does he gather speed in his furiously hoot descent that ho flashes like a misty streak across the sight and almost in tho twinkling of an eye has reached the summit of the curve referred to and ho and his wheel soar upward and headlong high in air limo momentum decreases until they seem to hover in space then the bicycle dives down ward and directed by an instan mnnipulaI its two wheels must strike at prac tically time sumo moment as other wise there would be a dreadful fin ish right then and there But seemingly superhuman nerve and skill have triumphed and Porthos rides placidly down a gentle in cline after what might not inap propriately be termed a race with death TO TYRONE AND RETURN That excursion to Tyrone this afternoon will be for the benefit of tho Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church Go have a good time and help a good cause SPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cicninnati The 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 rate of 125 for the round trip Train will leave this city at 7 a m Returning will leave Cincin nati at 830 p m td FRANKLIN INSTITUTE School reopens Monday Sept 19 For information to J B CASSIDAY 4H Sli OASTOBABears tho l i t WE NEED ROOM11 wIlJI II E are preparing our store for the largest and I Most Complete Stock of Fall Dry Goods ever bought ill its history A greet many of our goods aro Already Bought and will soon be unloaded at our posRiblyIroom 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 14 iches Wile Voiles in Black or White worth 100 only 75c per yd- Metral Cloth in Black extra value worth 100 only 75c per yd Suiting in Black worth 125 per yd only 9Sc per yd IPanama Voile in pretty shade of Blue only 39c per yd Cloth in Gray Tan and Green worth oOc per yd only 39c per yd- 3C inches Novelty Suiting in Gray and Blue worth 50c per yd only J9c per yd uC inches Lustre in Black with White Stripe worth 50c per yd only 39c per yd MOVING OUT PRICES IN READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT Any 500 Shirt Waist Suit 349 Any 400 Shirt Waist Suit 249 Any 350 Shirt Waist Suit 225 Any 300 Shirt Waist Suit 199- SHIRT WAISTSIAny 500 Waist for 349 limy 350 Waist for 199 Any 200 Waist for 149 Any 125 Waist for S9c TAILORMADE SKIRTS- Any 1000 Skirt for 049 Any 000 Skirt for 398 Any 500 Skirt for 349 DUCK SKIRTS IIn Blue or Black with Polka Dots worth 100 only SactCHILDRENS DRESSES In White at big reduction LADIES GAUZE VESTS 25c Gauze Vests only 15c Ladles Long Sleeve Vests only 15c lOco Gauze Vests only 7VjC 15ci 125ionly S 100 per yard GKAGINBRGNO q MR ZILAR Now Manager For the Bluo Grass Grocery By reference to their advertise ment in another column it will be soon that Mr W H Zilar has been appointed to the management of tho Blue Grass Grocery in th is city Mr Zilar is a wideawake uptodate groooiyman and will give a now impetus to the business of this company Give him a call and bo convinced FROM HOT TO COLD Dysentery is prevalent everywhere in summer and is duo to miasmatic poisons and begins abruptly with inflammation of tho mucous lining of the largo bowel In America tho disease is common but properly treated does not result as seriously as in the tropics Perry Davis Painkiller is tho host known remedy and the most eillca cious in tho treatment of dysentery t j f IARM BROKE The little daughter of Mrs SpenJ PiudortIarm on atten tion was at once rendered and shefis doing very well- ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Mr Sum MoCurdy a former res iIlent of this city was accidentally killed in Louisville on Monday Ho attempted to pass in front of a moving street car Ho was 74 years j Methodist of age Ho was a mom her of the IHAM O O CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m selectI i r f 7 rr r T r jkJ r aiiiw r r i It f Ir W I = = = r J n== = = cf4 l J G A t EV MAN IN TOWN Bo it known to nil Men Women and Children of Frankfort K11nd Franklin County that F W H ZILAR have token possession of t TIrE BLUE GRASS GROCERY STOVEat Erankfort Ky as Manager of same Be it further known that in following all trans iactions from headquarters there will be I A New deafIFirst no more ticksnot even a cents worth of goods sold to anyoncno not even you except the cash is forked over Second the old reputation that the BLUE GRASS OUERYuudelsells them all MUST be maintained at ANY COST We are now busy with our little Hatchet chopping prices into splinters Third only the highest grade of goods will be offered at such Cut Prices and everyarticle will bd tested at our table before such is offered for sale Fourth a smile and a hand shake for every lady and good will for all our competitors To start the ball rolling I have selected several hundred nice presents which as long as last I will give away absolutely free with every25ic 50c and 100 purchase excepting sugar Remember also that we give Premium tickets with every Ite purchase Come and see the NEWT MAN the Man who is going to please youthe Man who will have everybody talking about his im mense Trade and Low Prices at the Blue Grass Grocery wii ZIY AR9lIgt The New Man in Town I PERSONAL Miss Clara Nelson visited friends Louisville this week Mr John D Griffin spent Sunday CincinnatiMr Gumm spent Sunday Cincinnati Mr George Salon del wont to Cin cinnati Sunday Mr George R Snlender wont to r Louisville Sunday to see his wife s Mrs O X Smith has gone to Seymour Ind to visit relatives Miss Eva Hockonsmith is visiting relatives in Louisville spentIMr DBoone Logan of Pineville was here on Tuesday l Judge W L Brown of London was in the city Tuesday toIMrs M B R Day who has been in Louisville has returned home tfrWm Cromwell and wife have returned from Henderson Judge R L Stout of Versailles was in the city Saturday Mr Charles Keller visited relatives in Cincinnati this week Judge J P Hobson is at Atlantic I City N J Judge E M Beard of Shelby f vine was hero on Monday Master Keith Buckley is visiting relatives in Chicago Ills Mr M R Todd is attending the Chautauqua at Madison Ind i 5 Mr John B Dryden SrM went to Cincinnati on Wednesday Mr W W Longmoor has gone to- New York City returneds4 Mr Austin Robinson and wife have roturned from Denver Rev J McCluskey Blayney D D returned from New York City on Friday night Rev R L MoCready of Cincin nati visited here this week as the guest of Mrs J M VanDerveer Misses Ora and Mary Scottow visited friends at Eminence this f week i Mr David Davis and wife at tended the Worlds Fair at St Louis this week Mr James Sower Sr is attend ing the National Encampment G A Roat Boston Muss Mrs R L Dooley who has been visiting her mother in Louisville has returned home Pattie Thomas who has ftMissvisiting friends at Harrods has returned home Mr Lawrence Cloud has gone to Omeng Mich for a two weeks vacation Mr Samuel M Whitehead visited friends in Mt Sterling and Win y chester this week Mrs Cora P Cooper of Mays + vine is the guest of her sister Mrs Jas T Buford West Side Mrs G W Dismukes and daugh 2 tern of Covington were guests off Mrs Ed E Abbott this week Mr A Dudley Blanton of In dianapolis Ind visited his mother Mrs Alice B Blanton this week Miss Maude Whitehead visited Mrs J R Savage in Winchester 1thisweek Miss Jennie Quinn of George town was the guest of her oousin Miss Janio Dohonoy this week Mrs I T West left Monday for Irvine to visit her daughter Mrs Robt M Bergman Dr J W Hill left Saturday evening for a trip to Washington City and Old Point Xi jUfft k I t tt TJi Mr Alex Johnson has pone to ErlungerMissGraceat Eminence- S Miss Mary P Lewis of Woodlake is visiting here sisterinlaw Mrs Chas C Lewis in Owensboro Mr David Nicol returned Sunday from his trip with the Chip powa Fishing Club in Wisconsin Mr George L Roberts of this office visited relatives in Louis ville this week Judge Win H Holt of Louis ville was here on legal business on TuesdayMiss Rachel Cromie who has been visiting in Paris has returned homeMiss Annie Kriner of Paris was the guest of Miss Rachel Cromie this week Mr M T Lucas and wife are StampingGround Mr Jas F a business trip toCincinnati this weekMiss Jane Gaines who has been visiting friends and relatives at Eminence has returned home Mrs John W Rodman and Mrs Lawrence Cloud have returned from Atlantic City Mr L F Petty Postmaster at Shelbyville was a visitor here on MondayMrs Guy H Briggs who has been visiting relatives at Lexing ton has returned home Mrs J W Marksburfwbo has been the New Castle has returned home Capt Gervlas H Stone late clerk at the Prison has moved to Louisville to reside Mrs Chas H Stephenson and Mrs Thos South visited relatives at the Forks of Elkhorn last week Mr Robert L Greene returned from Bracken county on Monday night Mr G Whit Moore of Cincinnati who has been visiting here re turned home Tuesday afternoon Mr L Labrot went to Cincinnati on a business trip Tuesday after noonJudge Carlo B Little of Man chester was in the city on legal business Monday Miss Ola Witt left Sunday to spend a weeks vacation as guest of Mist Minnie Moore near Benson Miss Aline Ellwanger of Crescent Hill is the guest of her cousin Miss Jaoquo Ellwanger Misses Kenneth and Gertrude Land have returned from St Louis Mo Mrs S D Johnson attended the funeral of Mrs Foley in Lexington TuesdayMiss Marshall of Washing ton City visited relatives here this Ed B Weitzel Manager of the Capital Hotel left Sunday for New York City Miss Foynola Haokley of Wal outt Ind Is the guest of relatives hereMrs Hettie Joyce and son Emer son have returned Irom a visit to LouisvilleHon H Taylor Jr who has been on a business trip to Chicago Ills has returned home Mr Wilmot H Kidd wife and daughter Elise left yesterday for St Louis Mo Miss Izetta Wright has returned from a pleasant visit of seven weeks to relatives at Livingston Rev Wm Crowe who has been away on his vacation has returned home Mr Otto Ringold who has been in Louisville for some time has returned home r tt1 II IJ II o J 3J IflbU D I t FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER f 11i Miss Letitia Galbraith of Lex ington was the guest of relatives here this week Misses Carrie and Minnie Sohen kel of Louisville are guests of Mr George Schenkel South Side Miss Nannie Hammond returned home last week after a six weeks visit to friends in Louisville and relatives in Smithfleld Mr Clarence E Woods and laughter Mamie of Richmond were guests of Mr Robert A Burton Shelby street on Tuesday Miss Harriett Burden who has been visiting her brother near the Forks of Elkhorn has returned to her home at Mt Eden Mrs Agnes Downey and children of Jcllett Ills who have been visiting relatives here have re turned home Mr Henry Crittenden of Green ville Miss was called here by the illness of his sister Mrs Mary C HaycraftMrs Conway and son Urey of Owensboro who have been visiting friends here have gone to New York City Mr Grant L Roberts wife and children have returned from Canton Ohio where they visited rela tives daughterBush in Anderson county on SundayMr M Bergman of Ir vine spent Saturday and Sunday hero the guest of his fatherin law Capt Irr West Mrs J Ed Kershaw and daugh ters Misses Edna and Clara are visiting friends at Switzer this weEk Mr Howard T Gaines has rented the new Mr George Huffman onFourth Avenue be tween Conway and Ewing streets Mrs Carrie Wolfe and son Mr Oscar Wolfe and Mrs O H Reynolds have returned from a trip to Old Point Comfort Mr J B Hondrick and family Mrs Chapman Coleman and Miss Sarah Broomfleld left Tuesday for Wequetonsing Mich Mrs Belle Grant Walker wife of Admiral Asa Walker is visiting her parents Ma J Alex Grant and wife in this city Miss Francis Hopkins of Day ton Ky who has been the guest of her uncle Mr W C Utterback returned home Sunday Col John G Craddook of Paris attended the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee on Saturday ntr sJ 5 y t i t riI tr IjaS s Miss Robin Hamilton of lIt1 visitingMissturned home Prof T Lindsey Blayney and wife who have been in Heidelburg Germany for several years re turned home Friday night Mr L S Graham who has been attending the State Convention of Funeral Directors at Louisville returned Friday night Judge Win Carroll of Henry county was bore Saturday to at tend the Democratic State Central Committee meeting Mr Jas C Cassell wife and daughter of Wichita Kan were of his brother Mr John Hguts this week Miss Martha Farmer Eliza New ton and Maria Dupuy are visited relatives in Harrodsburg this week returning home ThursdayIMr Arthur Lyndoll and wife nee Carrie Page of Louisville NICrutcherand Master Louis St J Bacon of Philadelphia Penn are guests of their aunt Mrs J N West Side OrutoherI Mr V Berberich wife tel who have been at Springs for two weeks havo re turned home Mr Morley A Adams and wife of Huntin ton W Va were called hero Tuesday by the death of mother Mrs Martha C Adams hisI Mr Frank C Hughes and of South Pittsburg Tonn were guests of Mr J Gray McLean Third street this week Mr Ross A MoCallum and wife nee Kittio Dryden of Dayton 0 are guests of her parents Mr J B Dryden and wife Rov T F Taliaforro and wife attended the funeral of her brother Mr J N Summers at Falmouth this week Miss Margaret Hollister of Lou isville who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs J N Crutohor West Side returns home today Miss Ida Kennedy who has been visiting friends in North Carolina has returned to her home on the West Side Mrs Capt Cochnower Is quite sick at their home with malaria and a general breakdown but we hope to see her up soon Judge T R MoBeath of Loitoh flold Reporter of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals and editor of the Kentucky Law Reporter was in the city on Thursday t itJbt L fttvJ riif Miss Ida Roberts and Misses Willie and Mary Campbell left yes terday morning with Mr H Fair Kidd for the St Louis Mo1Y Mr Franklin R Reook and wife j of Newark N J are thoguests of his brother Capt Geo W Reook It has been over twenty years since these brothers have seen each other Mr John H Stuart has rented one of the double brick residences on Main street between Second and Third South Side and moved this family into the same Mr Walter Jeffers Mrs T R iTodd and daughter Miss Lilian of this county and Miss Lily Cain and Master Wm Cain of Ver sailles left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Col Noel Gaines has rented the former home of Col John L Scott corner of Third and Steel streets and moved in Col Gaines lived here when he enlisted in the Span J ish War IIlIrH Samuel Brown nee Innes York City who has been visiting her mother Mrs H B Innos near this city left Tuesday Indlanlltogether with Messrs B B Jeffors and A G Jotters and their wives attended the Lawronceburg Fair Thursday and visited relatives at J their old home in that place 1 JifOSrrlIONST LOUIS 1004 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Queen Crescent Route and Cincinnati 0eStopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten on and 15Ida tloketsrIRates from Frankfort 60day tickets 1285 tickets 1165 Coach excursion tickets 880 i Coach excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of Ir each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three 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 neoessaryfThrough tickets from Frankfort I Sleeping oar reservations secured if advised S E SUTTON td General Passenger Agent f j Q itf I1k ooj ror P 7Tt r7i t 1 rJ t HECOLLKOTIONb OF A MOSHY I GUERRILLA jind IH tiho title of to begin In tho September numbor of Munsoy s Magazine and promises to ho the most interesting and stirring contribution to the history of the Civil War that has yet boon handed down to us from that eventful period The author John W Munson was a member of Mosbys famous Parti zan Rangers Mr Munson takes up his story Ifrom the day ho bogan his tramp from Richmond ono hundred and twenty miles to the Blue Bidgo Mountains where ho joined the Mosby Band at the residenee of Mr Blackwcll near Markham Station in 1863 and carries it to the close of the war describing all of the sensational fights raids hand to hand conflicts and engagements that befell the little band which at no time numbered over three hun dred men Heretofore unpublished pictures will illustrate each install mont AN ICE CREAM SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of North Benson Baptist Church will give an ice cream supper for the benefit of tho church Saturday Au r gust 27 All are invited to attend FOR MADISON IND iOFFjThe Frankfort Orchestra and Brass Band loft Thursday on the i yacht Sweetheart for Madison Ind where they will furnish tho music for tho Madison Chautauqua for one week Our boys have made a good repu tation d GOEBELISM DISCOUNTED We are astonished at the action taken by a majority of the Repub lican District Committee of the 11th Congressional District which met at Middlesboro on Wednesday In the face of the fact that the cer tificates from the election officers of the primary from every county in the district showed that Mr D C Edwards was nominated by 1116 majority this committee declared Dr W G Hunter the nominee and had to disregard the orders of two circuit judges in order to do so We had heard it said Dr Hunter avowed that no matter if Edwards did got the most votes he Hunter hud the committee and would bo awarded the certificate of nomina tion IfSuch conduct as this deserves the condemnation it makes no difference in what pnrt it occurs The Lexington Appellate Convention now has a case In point to meet its action Goebelism is outdone ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS fWewant 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 SHOOTING AT WATKINS VILLE The colored contingent had a festival at Watkinsville on Wed nesday night About the windup at 11 oclock a difficulty arose over a woman between two men by the name of Rawlings and Thompson in the course of which Thompson shot Rawlings just above the right hip the ball passing clear through tho body We could not learn what produced the trouble Dr Weaver Treatment Syrep purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions t FREE TRIAL TREATMENT i Jshowing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli today for our free book which gives our references terms etc MANHAFITEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway N w I f 1 2 J Jorllriil AN EXCELLENT SKBMON BY A FORMER FRANKFORT BOY Wo had tho pleasure on Sunday morning last of hearing an oxcol lont sermon from Rev James Q Partuo of Warronhurg Mo from tho text Other Foundation Can no Man Lay Jesus Christ being the Chief Corner Stone Mr Partoo WitS born and raised in this city and is now pastor of tho Baptist Church at that place Ho preached for Rev M B Adams at tho First Baptist ChurchIt a fine exposition of the theme in hand o S rx c X ABeare Signature of Han CANTRILL AWARDED NOMINATION The Democratic State Central Committee mot here on Saturday and dodged the issues made by Judge Carroll and Judge Saufley in regard to the legality of the doings of the Lexington Appellate District Convention by saying that they had no jurisdiction by a vote of 5 to 4 Great is politix and polertioins BROKE JAIL One Harry Minor colored who was in jail charged with assaulting Maude Russell also colored managed to prize the bars of a rear window far enough apart to slip through and onrthe to the ground His cell was second floor city on Tuesday Mr Erman San ders and Miss Hattie Moore both of the Bridgeport were married by Rev L D Stuoker VALUABLE BY LIGHTNING During the storm on Sunday morning at 8 oclock Mr R J Shannon who lies about nine miles from this city in tho Bald and killed by lightning She was worth fully 50and is a serious loss for our friend BIG FIRE AT LEXINGTON On Saturday night the big Tatter sails Stables at the Fair Grounds in Lexington were destroyed by fire together with a number of fine horses Tbo total loss was about 75000 with about 50000 insurance r PLEASURE PARTY IN BIG AUTO Mrs J W Criglor of Cincinnati Mrs W P Howard of Kansas City Mo Miss Anna Cassell and Miss Margaret Spencer with a ohaffeur composed an automobile party which came here in a big covered auto n Saturday They seemed to be having a good time ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Haggine of Melbourne Fla writes It My doctor told mo I had Consumption and nothing could bo done for mo I was given up to dierrho offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results wore startling I am now on the 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 Trial bottles free i tr OJr ttA Ji Jl ItaHI tlE eSKAttiLLi KILlTHE COUCH BAND CURE THE LUWQS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price BOcSIOO Free Trial Surest and Quickeat Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK lIHv You canPin Your Faith TO j E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E m mining GO Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions THE ACTION PARTY BIRTHS NEGUSIn this oity on Friday to Mr W H Negus and wife nee Katherine Lindsey a daughter GLENN In this oity on Wed nesday to Mr Moses Glenn and wife a boyweight 18 pounds THE REALM OF ENCHANTMENT When nature sends out her call writes Samuel Hopkins Adams in the September McCluros he who is bred next to the ground must answer in every fiber of his being In his story The Realm of Enchantment Mr Adams voices this call of nature and his sympathetic readers must answer in every fiber of their being Over two tried and worldweighted business men in tho crowded city the great wizard Romance waves his mystic wand and through the darkness of the night they are guided by the light that never was on sea or land them radiance of the dear days fargone but tulforgotten into the Realm of Enchantment boys in spirit and boys in deed Mr Adams makes a simply bully story out of the adventures of these piscatorial poachers in thu city park in closing points a healthy moral as well as adorns his tale He sounds the call back to nature and first principles which no countryborn man or woman can hoar without response DO IT TODAY Tho time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayancl lot that remedy be Dr Bosehoes German Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough oven if dread consumption has attacked your lungs Merman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr 1 lL Lj2 10MICHIGAN AND RETURN 10 Via Monon Route and Steamer PtoskeyHarbor andCharluvoix- The Monon Route will soil tickrts from Louisville to the above delightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chicago tool tho magnificent stool steamship Manitou which will be good returning fifteen days Berths and meals on tho Manitou extra former from to 2 according to location and the latter a la carte This is the ono 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 Monon Route Louisville Ky- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as far as reported daysLibertyBrodhead August 17 3 days daysShelbyvillo daysSpringfieldSomerset August 30 4 days daysFlorence daysElizabeth 6 4 daysHartford Sept 21 4 days Owensboro Oct 4 5 days daysEwing 7l genuineLaxative the remedy that cures a coM in one day E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT THE DEMOCRATIC MARRIEDSANDERS FILLED misfortuneI THE OF A CHUMP Tho power of character of fixed and determined devotion to an ideal to win the rewards of the world even love itself is effectively shown in a story by Charles Fleming Em bree called Tho Chump in the September McClures Tho hero lowly born a chump in all that bespeaks the man sees Itjfixesand story rouses the sincere sympathy and interest of the reader who fol lows Martin Hoge through paths low and high with keenest appre elation anti rejoices with him in his final triumph over his environ ment over himself The evolution of The Chump his rise to genuine grandeur is a story full of human nature and told In simplicity and strength It is thoroughly American a true reflection of an interesting phase of life in the Middle West Lucius Hitchcock furnishes the excellent illustrations THANKS HenryI Our thanks are due to Mr Wright of the Farmdale neighborhood for a most delicious water melon It was homo grown He will please accept our thanks CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too cnn do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regit lady Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr GRAPES All the tine table kinds in season red white and black Crate of six baskets by express 125 Cash with order H F HILLENMEYER SONS 501 in DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats i Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers Of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at tramsReturningSundaysgoop Fare to Detroit Excursions to end return Week Days Sundays 75C To Pt Huron and return ra delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra i JCloseers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc itFor further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 4 0 BIEtmNTrMgrWHaOLOENDfrj O tOASTOBXA ft Sears the TO OF neighborhood EVOLUTION consumption expectoration consumptive consumptives unlimitedroundtripts Bought i 2 1 ESCAPED I Women and Men From the Clutchet of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger + rHAPPVTISM LIVER AND DISEASE BY DENNS SPEEDY SURE KIDNEVJ i Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrShinglerPresident and 1MrilWeresponsible witnesses of what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helptitCAYLES Drug t StoreJI BEATMS SKEAN III this city on Wednesday morning Dr Samuel F Skenn aged about years HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE I offer for sale my house and lot on Todd street second door from corner of Shelby House new Lot 50 alleyApply i 50tf L WELLS tl KINGS DAUGHTERS suppER The Kings Daughters Circle of Stoadmiintown will give an ice cream supper at tllO home of Mr Ned Church Saturday August 27 for the benefit of the hospital LOST One red cow with white spots ancfa long horns S L PERRY Stamping Ground Ky oO8t i td i F TflEFianHoflHbunilaDoiit Entered lit till osJulki at Frankfort Ken tucky nasoruMilrhihs inailablo matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUG 20 1904 A BEAUTIFUL LIFE HEA url FULLY ENDED Shortly before 7 oclock on Tues day morning Mrs Martha C Adams the beloved mother of Rev ilL B Adams passed to tilt rest eternal aged 62 years after a lin goring illness Wo havo seldom come in contact with a gentler purer nobler woman than the subject of this notice She was born acid reared near Clarksburg W Vn When a young girl she was married to Mr John Browning Adams by whom she a had two sons Rev Maldon B Adams of this city and Mr toe Icy A Adams of Huntington W Va Her husband died when her children wore but small boys Lovingly and tenderly she gave herself to the work of training thom for useful lives sirs Adams was a deeply pious and consecrated woman It was a pleasure to her to work for tho- r Master she so earnestly loved Who her son was called to tho pastorate of tho First Baptist Church of this city sonic six years ago last January she came with his family and has lived a life of devotion to duty quietly and unos tentatiously done in our midst that has won all hearts Modest retiring diflldent and shrinking she never sought the prominence isho so well earned When attacked by the disease which ended her life she was not afraid for the future Calmly IJ quietly she awaited the end with faith firm and unshaken in that I God in whom she trusted Amid terrible suffering she bore pa tiently and uncomplainingly the smitings of her Fathers hand Her devotion to her children and grandchildren was beautiful to look upon and their affection for her of the strongest character The funeral services were conducted from the First Baptist Church on Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock by Rev O L Powers of r Woodlake and the remains were taken to Flemingsubrg Ky and jthere interred Thursday morning The tenderest sympathy is ox pressed for this brilliant young preacher in his sad bereavement tAKOlH R EXCURSION The Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway will run another of their unrivaled excursions in connection r with tho Queen Crescent Railway from this city to Cincinnati V on Sunday September tho1he j fare for the round trip will bo only jjilao The special train will leave hero at 7 a m of that day Re turning it will leave Cincinnati at 830 p m There are a number of special attractions for that day A amo of base bnll will bo played by tho St Louis and Cincinnati f Cluhstdw Insist on having Fabras Food f for Stock and Poultry Put up in r yellow bats It is the hest For sale by all leading merchants FABRA FOOD CO 1 48lm Falmouth Ky r + DEWIOT IS THE NAME When you go to hay Witch Hazel t Salvo look for the name DeWitt on every box The puro unadulter ated Witch Hazel is used in inakint l J DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salvo which is the best salvo in the world for cuts horns bruises hoilS eczema Jand piles The popularity of De tolrous tho market Tho genuine bears tho L name E C DeWitt Co Chicago I Sold by J W Gayle r o 0 SUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION serves u a bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until It cut find t firm support In ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists I f ri k WorryAlmost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble i y o r Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that today For several years I had been suffering with my heart Breathing had become short and difficult at times short pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me ee and ltn least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after tryiig many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to give your remedies a trial I was relieved second day and after taking three or four bottles all symptoms were removed and have never of returning REV GEO W KIRACOPE Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so closely of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases kidnerslierorlunbe those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to worrywithout cause If you have the least heart is weak studyour symptoms and begin the use of Cure the great heart and blood tonic without a days druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind BOLD THIEFBRAVE YOUNG LADY A bold colored thief en tore the home of Mrs Orlando Brown on Wilkinson street Friday afternoon and was ransacking a room on the second floor when Miss Annie Brown discovered him Miss Brown promptly seized the boy and screamed for help The scoundrel caught Miss Browns arm with his teeth and bit her causing her to release her hold temporarily The thief then started down the steps and out at the front door where he was joined by a colored girl and the two sped away Not however until the boy had dropped a box of jewelry Upon examination some very handsome pieces were found hut they did not belong to any one in the Brown household The thief was a youth of about 17 or 18 years of age seemingly Miss Brown simply kept up the reputation of the Brown family for bravery No braver people ever lived in Kentucky and that is saying a great deal- CARELESSNESS LBADS10- SIASH UP Through the carelessness of a hostler the horse attached to the buggy of Mr W C Utterbaok Jr was left unhitched on Saturday night and started to walk down Main street When in front of the Hotel Fleming some mon com menced hallooing and throwing up their hats at the animal which took fright and ran down to St Clair street and thence towards the bridge On the way the buggy was upset and smashed and the mare pretty badly out and bruised up CURIOSITY Mr Joe Tracey of Pea Ridge brought to our oifloo on Saturday a curiosity in the shape of the Democratic ticket for State officers headed by Gov Beriah MagoJIln which was elected in 1859 Mr Tracey voted time ticket and then took it homo with him Everyman on that ticket has passed to the great beyond Wo will guarantee there is not mother ticket of time kind in the county HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 47lm WAIT FOR JTJONT FORGET IT Time Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will run an excursion on the Falls City some time about time middle of Au gust The exact date will be given later The excursion will go to Tyrone or probably beyond that point The rate tom the round trip will be very low A nice and pleasant trip is assured Wait for it td t b = = =KENTUCKYS GREATEST Shelby County Fair Begins August 2 a Hut Will Continue Four Days Reduced Rates on nil Railroads Hundreds of people from this county make a pilgrimage each year to Slulbyvilla to attend tho groat Shelby County Pair and thH year will prove no exception judg ing from the expressions we have hoard all Siltsrlho fall this year will begin on Tuesday August and continuo four nays and promises to eclipse all former exhibitions limo premium list is larger and more liberal than ever before and indications point to strong competition in every ring No one that attends will bo disap pointed as the hospitality of Shelby county people is known oven in tho adjoining States Reduced rates will bo given on all raihoads If you want Shingles see Hammond fe Co liDlm NEW LAW FIRM Hon Lewis McQuown of Bowl ing Green and Hon Eli H Brown of Bardstown have formed a part nership for the practice of the law Mr Brown will remove to this city to reside They are both able and adroit politicians and clover gentlemen personally A SUMMER COLD A summer cold is not only annoy fug but if not relieved phcumonia will bo the probable result by fall One Minute Cough Cure clears tho phlegm draws out the inflamma tion heals soothes and strongthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One 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 J Gayle DONT FORGET IT The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church of this city will run an excursion to Ty rone and return this Saturday afternoon The Falls City will carry the party It will leave here at 4 oclock p m and will return by 10 p m Fare for the round trip will bo only 50 cents Refresh ments such as sandwiches lees cakes and fruit will be served at low rates Come and have a good time CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of BUYS HANDSOME PROPERTY Mr Win H Posey has purchased tho handsome residence property of Mrs Nannie R Duvall on Shelby street between Fourth Avenue and Campbell for 8400 cash It is in a very desirable neighborhood and was bought at a bargain The lot fronts about feet on Shelby and runs back 200 feet- THANKS Wo nro undor obligations to Mri J B Stears Chairman Press Com mittee for an invitation to attend the Third Annual Knights of Pythias Fair Association at Nich olasville which is to occur at that hustling little city on August 8081 and September 1st They will have a splendid fair No question of that We should greatly enjoy visiting our friends in Jessamine and viewing their excellent Fair If possible we will do so In the meantime tho gentlemen in charge will please accept our thanks WANTED GroceryMustgilt edge character Address J E CM care Frankfort Roundabout474t Dr Cadys Condition 1owacra are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food buf 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 LeCompte Gayle r r f t ft ttrh dfJR LL Pleasant to take If r t TndeDlam Laxative Syrup j NATURES GORE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts arettho best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsJare irritatiug to the intestines j LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do miot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE iri 41 rre34 iWtas l4 st 11 f af = = = IIs7 =Regular Style Stays tolnor6Inapart INCH a7ixe3s 32 m Za 114a it a Hog In or 6In Made large strong highgrade wires heavily galvanized provides for expansion and contraction practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and tJ EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hose it will save ycu money and fe te your fields so they will stay fenced 1FRANK G STAGG SPECIAL AGBNT IWoL ucAMu blood Cerate you ever you tho iwau Horse Cattle apart but by VacationExpenses Are you inexpensive for vacation you enjoyable outing at a nominal cost The lake country southern and northern Indiana andithat the Erie Y including the Erie I plici 1Therew ur covering boarding rates proprietors and addresses location camp sites furnished cottages etc will assist I you postageFor selecting a and will be sent by undersigned for 2 excursion rates points to- your and if he can not or for any information address J SMITH Q P T A Cleveland The Lake ShoreMichigan Southern 4prDr Syrup Purifies the t ointment for the Mo Have used Colvins Line Holders not have not pleasure out of driving you a pair Post paid 2uc COLVIN WILSON 48lm K- yb2 Efl Il 1IIeUc t SS r 1Ne I o r 4 aSpecIal and Stays of steel Amply Is mutilate pigs Falmouth fo in search of an place your summer where can a really but inland in Michigan along south shore of Lake Buffalo N to Toledo Ohio Lake Islands a of with of in place cents to named in book apply local ticket agent furnish desired A Ohio Ry r Weavers if gotten should Order N Stylo have between historic places names features Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head an active brain a strong vigorous bodymakes him fit for the battle of life Eczema scald head hives itohi ness of the skin of any sort in stantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At aiiy drug store ifJJ t h q 1f hft r rif1jW i i i rJ r w 7 Y l r r T r i 1 S I GREAT CLEAN UP NEXT WEEKj f r Final Clean up of all Short Lengths and Broken Lots r DRESS Goons Skirt or Waist Lengths in Black niul Colored Dross Goods at prices only about one half value LAWNS Clean Up Stock lOc Lavns 5o 15o Lawns 7Jc 25e Lawns lOc RI13130 TSWi S FARMRBELTSiiTtiKENTUCKYS LOSS onl I1fstc1rlson Ky has boon elected to n ProfeSsorsnipin the big Texas Uni varsity known as Knyloi1 Uuij versity and has resigned the charge of the Henderson Church in order to accept the now position Wo regret exceedingly that this young and talented preacher is going to leave Kentucky Ho is a minister of unusual promise and was holding only his second pastor m Ate the first being at Madison Ind He is a graduate of the Southern Baptist Theological Sem inary at Louisville His wife was Miss Elizabeth 11 Hodges daugh ter of Mr Jas A Hodges of Louis villo and a niece of Mrs Helen orutohIErMr Doolan enters upon his duties about the 1st of newI Kentucky can ill afford to promising and able a young preacher No such thing as summer com plaint where Dr Fowlers Extract If Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every loose ness of the bowels SLIGHTLY OFF SenntorIa house that stood whore JThis of Mr John B Lind stands on the comer of ton and Wapping streets Mr Vests mother was born in the bridge keepers house LOST AND FOUND orIhmc10Miss who is visiting his mother and sister in this city dropped his i pocketbook containing 270 in the Capital Hotel Mr Boone McGin leis happened along shortly after J and picked up the book By papers in the book it was found out who it belonged to and Mr Crittonden was notified told regained his prop arty ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW STAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owen ton Ky Effective July 1st the following 1sohedule has been established Leave Frankfort 550 a in Arrive Stamping Ground 722 a j r m Leave Stamping Ground 800 a in Arrive at Owenton 400 p m Returning Leave Owenton 800 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 400 p m aJ Leave Stamping Ground 548 p m Arrive Frankfort 720 p m The following rates of faro will applyBetween Stamping Ground and Owenton 100 Between Stamping Ground and lHesler 75 cents Between Stamping Ground and Bethany 50 cents Between Stamping Ground and Sutervillo 25 cents Between Stamping Ground and f Minorsvillo 25 cents S E HUTTON General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway I r ti 4f tt SKIRTS Correct Styles any Light Color Sum mer Skirt at onehalf price Any t5 orG Skirt at j 8 10 Duck Skirts Black or Blue SOc Shirt Waists only a few loft Wash Waists at onehalf price FRANKLIN BAPTIST ASSO CIATION Frankfort Ky July 18 1901 The Franklin Association of Baptist Churches will convene with the First Baptist Church of Frank fort w Wednesday and Thursday the 24th and 2oth days of August IDOl Pursuant to an order made at the session of the Association in at Pleasant Ridge Church it was thought advisable that a central convenient and permanent place for the meetings of the Asso ciation be provided and that the church with which tho meetings bo held under this arrangement be relieved of all the care and necessity 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 all visitors and messengers to spreadI lunch etc At a meeting AssocinItiontment was unanimously adopted and by virtue of that arrangement the place of the meeting the ensu ing session was determined as at Frankfort The Frankfort church having previously tendered the use of their building for tho above purposes and under above con ditions also Tho following resolution was unanimously adopted Resolved That a committee of four viz J E Kirtley Jas Ai Scott N R Armstrong and E R Jones with the pastor of the Frank fort Church as ex officio bo ap pointed whose duty it shall be to formulate a plan and present it to the next meeting of tho Associa tion whereby a suitable contra place may bo selected and all other necessary arrangements for the consideration of the Associa tion Resolved That tho Moderator of tho Association be requested to give due notice of tile above through the Frankfort papers the Baptist Argus and Recorder U V WILLIAMS Moderator Franklin Association The following standing commit tees are requested to have their re ports ready when the Association convenesState Missions Rev B P Roach Mrs W S Farmer Schools and Colleges Wellington Leo W1 B Jones Jr Temperance Win C French Rev M B Adams Home Missions J E Kirtley Crawford Loo Foreign Missions Mrs N M Garrett Mrs W S Farmer HomeJohn H Suter J B Houkensmith Sundayschools R Jones John Shouts Ministers Aid Society Rev L D Stuoker Miss Daisy Hockeu smith Young Peoples Society Miss Lena Kirtley Mrs E L Jones Baptist Literature Jeffrey Alli son O C Konnoy Womans Missionary Society Mrs M L Campbell Mrs ERJones Mrs Sallie Lawson tdIt MYSTERIOUS CIRCUM STANCES One was pale and sallow and tho other fresh and rosy Whence tho difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing tho lazy organs they com pol good digostion and head off constipation Try them Only 25o at all druggists s l Y 1 r KNIT UNDERWEAR 15c fasts lOc 25o 1e ts and Pants lOc 50c Vests und Punts or Union Suits BOc MUSLIN UNDERWEARI One Lot Corset = 1fn Ono Lot 50t Corset Covers 25c Oiui Lot Broken Assortments at special reduced prices uu COMFORTING WORDS Many a Frankfort Household Will Find Tiieiri so To have the pains and aches of a entirelyfreeurinary disorders ienough to grateful1obu brought about will prove comforting words to hundreds of Frank fort readers HighStsmith says The dragging down pains in tho small of my back were terrible At night I suffered most I fairly dreaded often to go to bed for the aching after I lay down was more than ordinary mortal should be called upon to endure I could hardly lie on my back at all and if I attempted to turn to either side sharp twinges caught me in the stimuli of my back and as a result I tlerhigtorturemore tired than when J retired A weakness of the kidneys the secre tions being irregular and distressing had bothered mo ever since I was a child Not until I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and Gnylesdrugthing that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until it stopped sleepfollowedkidneys was also greatly relieved As a result my health was consid erable better than it had boen for months before I commenced the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf falo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE Henderson Route THE LINE THAT IS- OOMFORIABLP BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair CarsOF- FICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUC K I ANS TO ST LOUISASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE IDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may qulckl our opinion an Invention Is probably tions strict on Iatents patentsIatentsrperiai noU without Charge in the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inreest culation of an aclentlHo Journal Terms a newadealorePUNNBranch Offlco F 8k Washington D i t LACE Onn Lot puil kind price yards price r LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIME T LE4EFFECTIVE MAY 22 IDully SI A M No 4i CURTAINS MATTINGS llelnntuts EASTBOUND WESTBOUND iiStations II 1Ar Dally 110 Lexington Winchester Stanton sI40I Natural Torrent Bridge Beattyville Junction iINo 94J on i2dI j OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY iJ DailyEx IA M Lye No DailyEx Ip M Lye one or two of tl ouchulf See 1Cinlnly 10 to 20 nt onehulf 1904 Leave Stations Jackson Junction Wilhurst Hampton Hetechawa 12281Cannel connection Junction points Lexington Eastern Railway CONLEY Superintendent CHARLES SCOTT General Manager lit ROGERS SONS t916t r1ick Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined A Desk with many Book Units desired only perfect combination bookcase made Roainy convenient attractive to show its advantages possi bilities write phone about ills NoSaII IAMAr iIE No DailyEx P X ArI No PM Ar 225 1010 eo3 310 MO Clay City 489 406 430 485 401 747 847 511 826 015 225 Mb at 1 440 Ib 0 900 285 1130 0 925 280 O IL 88 1128 158 417 1152 152 930 1158 IS 10I 843I 122 128 Lee 510 618 1Z2J 19 105 City 545 1245 Nos and 2 will make close at 0t K with Nos 8 and for on the and M L J R BARB G P A 11 1i Unit few or as The desk and ever We want you and CaU or us it r 4inRalph R Wilson FRANKFORT KY J SPECIAL AGENT OF T- HEEquitable 3 Life Insurance Society THE STRONGEST THE WORLD flJ Name Address Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill buy assurance about ft tJl t r B I G CIRCDS DU NOT B- EMISLED The BIG Circus Does Not Come Until FRIDAYSEPT 23 1200 PEOPLE 600 HORSES I r 4 Great trains i t I WAITAnd f BIG r SHOW f STAGE THE SIGN OF THE CROSS TO BE SEEN HERE Contracts were signed yesterday for the appearance here of an attraction which Manager McNamara has been trying to seoure for the past two years All lovers of the drama of the better class will be very glad to know that Wilson Bar retts famous play The Sign of the Cross will soon have a pro duction at our theatre here This should certainly be the dramatic event of the present season and a I great aud enae will no doubt be on hand to give this attraction such a welcome that it will bring them back to our city each succeeding year This play and company has I only been seen in the larger cities and has been filling the theatres as ho other attraction has ever filled them for the past six or seven years All the beautiful scenery and costumes will be seen here and t a great performance may be expected Theatregoers all over the country have during the past few days re ceived a circular containing the following announcement conoern f ing J A CoburnB Original Barlow Minstrels which opens the season in Frankforti I i i k ii d FRANKFORT FRIDAY Sept 23 THIS IS THE GREAT INTERCONTINENTAL SHOW OF GREATEST FEATURES THE GREAT ADAM FOREPAUGH SELLS BROS Vast Circuses Menageries and Hippodromes United Which for Successlvi Seasons have in every way Broken all Atenic Records In Madison Square Garden New York City Which in unparalleled and splendid profusion not only include nil the hest attractions than Ml others can possibly produce but a not of newlyadded lorcien Homeborn THRILLING TRANSCENDENT TREMENDOUS FEATURES Nowhere else to bo seen on earth and everywhere and at every performance including those only North Vole Discoverers ONLY TROUPE ImelodiesCYCLONEMounting Maniac the Bewitched Bike another l U Whose combined Bareback Sulky Pork Cart J tRlin the course which holding Sulky aloft its Thills ho from the ground to the back his Running Thoroughbred balances a Cart his Chin surpassing illustrations skill strength I THE FOUR MARTINEKS Gauls greatest Grin Geniuses in French FootBox Ibe Catapult The Miser Ills Tbe Parisians sod other Frojland Frolics gether with othcrof the Worldsmost famous Fools the Carooslnj Capital ol Fames only EDDY FAMILY Yow first introducing their new and the only Aerial Stage Acrobatic Act DEMONDRIVEN DIAVOLO ng the Giants Loop on a Bicycle An inimitahleuperhumnn featcdinlt duplica bcKgarinx Whchthriaaand electrifies as would n battery dynamos A staggering Sensations Acres of astounding dumfounding daredevil dazzling ielirhting marvelous nnd merry prodigies cud pastimes and rarest living lessons CQHPAKIIS A hundred nets and rivalries in three rings 100000 of noriul space on elevated ttntns nail a coliseum course The Ciurht Ha c1 cfiheRonmnCasars TheSuperlattvt Siamese lulus fNatural History Never before wort ecoc her savage representatives in such hlef feiociou and varied form Hrs of IVicsf Elephants coil towerinecoloally in fame among them THc SELLS ELEPHANTS 14 IIPOLARA at LaFamille in in PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS CHASMVAULTING in to to MILITARY FEATURESth- ose of ALLCONQUERING ZOUAVESI IIperpcndicu3VEONS BERTin of of are of in of are Peerless Hundreds their A Blueblooded Congress Pizewinning Perfection The Morning Free Street Pageant is Gigantic Glorious Revelation OHIEXTAL AND HISTORIC MILITARY DISPLAY daily in rev waterproof Admission under 9 25 Doors the IcrrTc 11 cirnaij rots ricks Surorb Miltary band Arenic ctibiton N nctuully Kcscrvcd Scats be at thu prices at FRANKFORT DRUG CO Corner Main St Clair street In presenting attraction for your consideration this season I beg announce that there is and only one organization bearing this title America as sembling consideration and production of each special feature comedy creation vocal and instru mental number and suggestion have received my personal attention Every performance will under my personal supervision arid I give my unqualified guarantee that no word or action of undesirable nature will tolerated I take pleasure in submitting the most elaborate complete and meritori ous minstrel company ever pre sented the oldest most popular aggregation We court criticism comparison and competition Most obediently yours J A COBURN- Manager Owner Washington Post says of Under Southern Skies which is among the early bookings at Cap Theatre Outside thQ theatre frozen pavements and a tempera almost to zero inside a picture of the Southland with the suggestion of balmy skies and the heavy scent of magnolies orange blos This contrast of atmosphere occurred at the Lafayette Theatre last night the occasion being the second visit of Lottie Blair Park ers successful play Under Southern Skies which created such an excellent impression locally last i season Mrs Parker has had aI large success in writing plays of a not rabid melodramatic tend ency drawing rather life and conditions as they naturally in the particular locality utilized a background Under South Skies elements of originality both comic tragical discreetly mingled and appeals very strongly those who accept a play for its value it is in its third should be proof enough of its genuineness as a dra matic offering Nowadays few plays last half as long An enterprising management has accom plished the purposes of realism to good effect1 Louis PostDispatch says of the great rural drama Quincy Adams Sawyer which is among the splendid bookings at Capital TheatreQuinoy Adams Sawyer at the Crawford Theatre may be said to be firmly Intrenched in Louis now as it deserves to be for it is not only a rattling good play but one a thousand No Louis theatregoer should miss Quincy Adams Saw yer it is such a play as the Crawford has not had until now It dignifies the theatre in which it plays It a wellacted storyIof people who so familiar that when some of the characters come into view instantly think the many times have seen q4etS u i ttfitM u mJBHT VWHRP greater number than Sir John Franklin Ivans Greely or Peary ever saw togcthPi any ono time PETS Bruin Lecussoa Seven Male and Female Arcnic Geniuses their Phenomenally Original Performances- PARISi Tho only altogether now equestrian feature circus annals for half a century THB CYCLISTlwho a seeming desperate dash sure tion leaves course fly SO AWHEEL THROUGH SPACE and then regains his narrow pathway unscathed Among their heroic incomparable masters manual drill THE AURORA so aptly described by Now York Journal Centipede whose Celerity and Precision hate tbe Military World title of The of And still nt E and Innovations a by and Park on and and feet grand There in Horsa Show of a OP OPULENCE Vo prformances rain cr chin proowii tents cents Children years cents opao- at l for rl r Cm by displays hour later On tray secured regular this to One in The be an be by and Tho ital ture and soms too upon exist for ern has and to That season St St in St seeing for is fine are we of we and over FEET and the and tion may men or women just like that fUVS F The company presenting this pretty play at the Crawford Is worthy of the play itself It is headed by Jas Thatcher an actor whose skill and presence are such that one can readily fall into the atmosphere of the story and see not Mr Thatcher at all but Quincy Adams Sawyer 175 WILL BUY 1000 SHINGLES AT HAMMOND CO b0It- LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday August 20 1904 Allen Enoch Christy Charlie Evans Miss Florence Jones Mrs W H Jones W H Kentucky Stove Foundry Co Little Bottle McDonald Wm Madden John Moore Mrs Cora f Morrison Miss Clem Rice Miss Lillie Tracy George Parsons calling for the above loiters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M WITHDRAWN Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford has withdrawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the 8th District This leaves Col Dan L Moore of Mercer county and Hon G G Gilbert of Shelby county as the only can didates in the primary r i lf i tt i 3i4J1 I i c u Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipationIbad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre c sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick an J Strength to the Wk Bottles only Si00 Site holding 2U Mrau the trial tire which sell for Prepared X 0 DeWitt ft Co Chicago i For saie by J W Gayle drug gIst COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of theI ki Democratic primary62te 1 CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announco Judgo J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19to FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the office of Representative from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic partyt28te FOR RERPESENTATIVE r We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Roparesentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo ratio party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the DemlJorntletparty Dec totfIlile r 1 Pc1na- r I Spices I f tIf The delicacy and appetiz I ing qualities of your var = ious pickle recipes depends on getting our kind of spices Mixed spices are 1 now largely used and the I merit of these lies in proper combination of the various spices used and in lr their purity arid strength You want the mixedto IE please not the mixedto W sell kind We have the texcellent sort and all other pickling items as well IC or kIiIi Curcuma Paraffine etc 4 IThe + Gayle Drug Stores Iw 7t Ail I = 7 fJtWt I f tv f t Jt i ftt 1It iffrA pt jt t s 1k rr5rn NO 1s i PREVENTORY AND IMPROVEMENT SALE III TremBmlous Cut in Prices OR Dress Goods millinBry i4IcA curd of Hooks and Eyes 2cA paper for Pins 2cA yard for Val Laces 2cA roll for Cotton Tape 3CA spool for Clarks Thread 4cA box for Hair Pins 4cA dozen for Safety Pins 4cA yard for Best Calico S D JOHNSON COIY tt it RELIGIOUS JFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor being absent on account of his mothers death Mr Samuel E Hutton will preach at 11a m ano 8 m t Sundayschool at 945 a m in- the chapel Home Department and Bible Olass Taught by S Hutton su f perintendent Adult UKi strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union a will meet at 7 p m in the chapel r Leader Lyman S Graham Topic The Believer and Unbe JudgmenttWednesday evening at 745 in the chapel Visitors and everybody in the city invited to attend- ASCENSION1i EPISCOPAL CJHUROHRev A B Chinn rec tor Sunday August 21 1904 Celebration of the Holy Com mUllion at 780 a m 980 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Sermon by the rector 780 p m Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 780 Divine Service in the chapel Friday1 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are Invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will be observed at 1080 a m No evening services- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor has adjourned until October 2d Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock 1 Topic Knowledge and Re sponsibility The Junior Endeavor Society has the summer r Everybody invited toSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the will preach at 11 a m and 178u p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m nightaat 780 p m- EverybodyJL invited to attend J1 CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass 10 a m Vespers 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov J McClusky Blayney D DM the pastor will preach at 11 a In No evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 645 p m All the young people invited i Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 8 p m f The public cordially invited to attendIh 1 I willitIf Senior League at 7 p m t Prayerme ting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed J r LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin will preach at 780 p m i DR E ROEMELE f1Specialist on Diseases of Children f Office and residence above WEITZEL ODONNELL Main St TKLElHONRS Old 184 New 136 175 WILL BUY 1000 SHINGLES AT HAMMOND CO 60lt vt Ii X 4 i rf rf ti1 SEE SOME OF OUR PRICES 5c A roll for Casing 5c For Linen Collars 5c A yard for yardwide Bleached Cotton 5c A yard for Apron Gingham 35c For Ladles Tan Hose worth 50c and GOc 8c Lndiep and Childrens Hose worth 12c and 15c THE STREET FAIR COMMITTEES President Darnell of the Free Street Fair appointed the follow- Ing list of committees Executive CommitteeJ S Dar nell r Davis W S Farmer G H Stohlin J W Gayle A B Ham mond J G Rogers J H Pols grove A D Martin Finance A L Coleman Chair man Fred Sutterlin R 11 Jillson Jas Heoney W A Howard Publicity and PromotionD P Davis Chairman Howard John son Keene McGinnis Pat Newman Sr C Fugazzi Jr Lafe Grutohor AmusementsJ Bacon Blanton Chairman J B Dryden F G Stagg W B Williams John P Selborfc Music W Pruett Graham Chair man John W Gayle Cecil Farmer GayleJSowerParadeW C Herndon Chair man J L Rodman Jr B B Jeffers W S Deboney JaBor Bu ford W A Lutkemier E Porter Thompson C Combs Purr Kenner Taylor W S Pulsgrove CarriagesJ R Thomson Chair man B S Gaines O B Pols grove Lee F Shelton J S Dar nell J W Tiohenor John Scott S M Noel Jr- Ceremonies T H Crockett Chairman J H Hazelrigg L F Johnson Ben Marshall F M Dailey A M Slack B G Wil liamsBase Ball Jerry Downing Chair man Ed Roberts Paul Avis E T Lillard Jr Hiram Williams Press Thompson- Premiums and ExhibitsAlbert- T Kirtley Chairman Wm Mo KeeverM J MeagherG C Shaw Chas Whitehead R W Dehoney E Grubbs Jas M Saffell Building and DecoratingA B Hammond Chairman T E Ken ney L L Oberwarth C E Col lins V Laughlin Eugene Scot- tPrivilegesW A Howard Chair man Walter Brawner F W Keyes O M Furr Dan L Kennedy Paul WeitzelPrIntingJohn B Dryden Chair man J W Marksbury M D Coyle Geo A Lewis Reception W H Posey Chair man W C Marshall C J Weitzel J J Brislan O N Smith Jos Rupert E B Weitzel J P Han leyTransportationGoo B Harper Chairman A V Hite R A Brawner Joe Noonan J T Buck HogeInformationC Chairman S C Cryer H Rin gold Bowen Henry M B McKin ney Gus LaFontaine- It is proposed to retain the pres ent Soliciting Committee and the Finance Committee named will act during the fair If you want Wall Plaster see Hammond Oo 501 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat WILL YOU ATTEND THE WORLDS FAIR Get the Visitors Guide now the Worlds Fair and how to see it when 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 ext groundsdirectoryrooming houses a complete city guide and a world of other informa tion Get posted learn the streets the town and the Worlds Fair Grounds before you start Avoid tourmoneyors Guide Send 25c Stamps ac cepted Address AMERICAN Burlington i itV 15f 1i Silver BY IItf Pi Or NOTIONS CHINO ETC 19c For worth 2535o I9c For Hose Supporters lOc 12 l2c 15c For Linen Millinery at less than half price Advance sale on Outing Flannel 7eFol Outing Flannel worth lOo I0c For Outing Flannel worth 1212 STREET FRANKFORT KY Grand Opening Offer i Chic Painless Dental CoJ L t WILL OPEN AN OFFICE AT CORNER OF MAIN AND ANN STREETS 6 AND FOR 15 Will Do All Work For Cost of Material Only f We make this great offer you may become rapidly and thoroughlyacquainted with our methods of doing high class dental work Prices Until 6 Full Set of 5OO Bridge work S3 GO Gold Crowns 35O Fillings SOc extracted without Pain 25c ALL WORK fAJWUSSS AND GUARANTEED CHICAGO PAINLESS DENTAL CO 31 OFFICES IN THE U S Frankfort Office Main Ann W Market St j1 over Noonans grocery Horse Timers ChronographsSplit FiveMinuteRepeaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And FOR SALE mla SELBERT- Leading Jeweler Jtll t J1r I Ladies HOKO Selfreducing Towels MAIN THE ONIMonday September DAYSfthat Our September Teeth Teeth Streetsr WILLIAM YEOMAN W McKee The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor lably Known to People of ir2nklin County RIGHTLY MADESVehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard serviceJhonest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise wo could 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 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 we shall fully maintain in the several departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departments r are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are prepared Ito build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMANMCKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY t 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 J A Dollar Will Carry Away More goods from our store than any other place in town We buy for cash in large quantities and take vantage of every discount We give our customers adJadvantage of these material savings If you become customer once you will be our customer always JOHN DRISCOLL i Frankfort Kentucky t r il it rj t J i V VW A YI VVA j r REPORTy Pros4 Frankfort Ky A up 4 1504 The temperature for the month of July was slightly below normal j The nights wore generally cool hforthis time of your Time rainfall for tho month was greater than + usual hut was very unevenly distributed a low counties reporting 1In excess some of tho Purchase snirerIors Nearly all the western part tho State has been visited by good showers Tn some of the central counties tire drouth of Tune still continues Tn many localities of the eastern part it is still very dry But on tho whole the outlook is good for the growing crops Wheat threshing was delayed in some counties by frequent showers but the threshing is now about over The yield has surpassed the expectations of tho farmers The acreage was considerably below an average and the straw thin on the land but it headed well and the hoods filled with a most excel lent quality The yield per acre will be a full averano for the State The quality is possibly tho bust for fseemI years Tho corn crop is about two weeks later than usual but with one or ss two general rains at tho right time f it promises to be a bumper crop for r the State The oat crop is now harvested and is below an average ittto head low anti made it r to save satisfactorily The grain is G good Barley and rye are a little below an average Tho prospect for a full crop of hemp is good The tobacco is disappointing Tho acreage is much smaller than usual i especially in tho western part oft the State A great deal of the crop Is late and the growth bad Very few counties report the conditions above eightyfive while a great many report it much below Grasses including clover are up t to the standard except in the local t ities where they have been affected y by drouth Tho acreage of stock k peas in the State is small but the condition is fully up Potatoes are a full crop A few counties report exoeptkti The apple crop is a small one t Few counties reporting a full crop i and many reporting none at all or cropIVery few counties reporting more t than half a crop There is some f j complaint of grapes rotting Other lit fruits in fair condition Lt The counties of Carlisle Fulton and Graves are tho only ones re F porting the planting of cotton There are about fifteen hundred iItnores planted in these counties Wo y will try and Keep track of this new industry in the State and report re fljsuIts laterHUBERT VREELAND I Commissioner t Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eolectric Oil Perfectly drugtSELF PROTECTION r Demands that you he on the alert to see that you got Painkiller Per ry Davis whoa you ask for it i some dealers will try and persuade you to take something else claimed gettingPainkiller rbeen the worlds family doctor for stopdinrrhoar1 ach or bowels dysentery etc Large bottles 25 and 50 cents WANTED t 3Room and board in nice family by young man Address this office f 501 t GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the livor and all tho Hue spirits ever made in the Bluo Grass Stnto cculd not remedy a hud liver or the produeosand a had liver afc the same time Your liver must bo in fine condi buoyanthappylight of step vigorous and SucceSS- ful in yunr pursuits You can nut usingGreensest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good snirits Trial size 2ri regular bottles i At all druggists lyr MICHIGAN AND RETURN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 This most delightful of all sum mer outings will be conducted front all points in Kentucky the party theyleavethere taking the celebrated big steel ship Manitou for Charlovoix Petoskey Ray View or Mackinac Tickets will be sold from Frankfort for this peerless trip at 1105 to above points and return limited fifteen days For further informa tion and reservation of accommoda tions on train and steamor confer with your agent or address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 No No8 a ni p in pm 780AtLawrenco urg 965 620 Versailles 1010 042 9M Lexington 10j5 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown1150 740 No No No6 am p m am Lv Burgin 710 700IIVersailles 025 512 755 Lawrenceburg 043 540 820 10IIRndLexinghinAlso on trains Nos 5 and Through Obser Harrodsburg theSouthviaKnoxvillearrivlagLexingtonBetween Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 mArPrinceton 100 p 145 ammlSt Louis 080 P 782 a m No 8 No1 Lv St Louis 803 am 1000 pm Ar inLouisviiilleurg NolO No 22 Lv Louisville 000 pm 850 errAr mEvansvilleNo9 No Lv a ml 115 JAr EunS111eI700 a ml 250 p m Ar a J pmI betweenLouisvilleTrains Nos 0 and run solid between Louis CarsTrains firstclass Coaches between Evansville and Louis vine LouiscarryNight trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and ExaminerL- ate Sec Treas Pea Ridge Turnpike Co Will furnish abstracts of title and copy of survey of any land in Franklin county Defective titles courtthoroughly by infant heirs outstanding con solicitedSpecialRidge 448m IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE OlTered hv tho Henderson Route Between Louisville anti St Louis Conmniicinu Sunday Juno nth Kentuckys popular lino tho Hon dorson 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 oporatodillsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 8HO a m 500 p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis ilfi p m 720 a m and 0li p m justfrontern vostibnlo pattoin and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky limo 880 a m train through without change of ears will bo composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Freo Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and High backseat passenger coaches The 000 p m train through without change of oars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Ro dining Chair Cars and Inch 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 lay trains payionlyarrive 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 mind tho Henderson Route He will gndtoYoi will be satisfied in every re spect with tho accommodation and bythisthe Official Route for Kentuckians FrllktorI Gincinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 Nos1DAILY EXCEPT A uNo81 203J67 Elkhorn 3 ri2 Switzer 03 0 j Stamping Ground W 0 2 29 Duvall 1046 0 j 85Tohnson 0 J5 2 j 45jlI Georgetown 6 2 j C S 6 3 8 Newtown 6 07 8 Centerville 660 QL Elizabeth 665 al Paris Tunctn 5 O lArt Paris f Ly 9 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central 8NBETWEEN NATLV1A P 31IA3LIIA II IPM 200 0 mL Frankfort Ar 2f728 i 4iL Arl11015 iAr Cincinnati 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAKIS p iPM 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar J 30 Lv Paris Ar 5 88 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS Frankfort 25A 20P 247P AlL Georgetown Aill 80A 025P 8 5P Paris 0 IIP Winchester L 09A 245P 15PI155Pj6ooPHUTTONPres BETTER THAN GOLD I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and ner vous debility writes F J Green remedyhelpedElectric 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 grandtonichewn women No other medicine familyTryguaranteed by all druggists J OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER rE KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky f rJip d ft jlNk J t ut ii ft Jjh it X 1wr- 4Gal tn Dlt If PaGRL L f T yi BISCUiT are not a breakfast food but a delicious and easily digested preparation of granulated cereals malted thrice cooked and 11- as sterilized good for breakfast dinner and supper and unequaled a healthful and satisfying lunch for children between meals 15 1 no u liii p Tile Stale al LIIXIO KYM i The Agricultural and Mechanical Slate College of Kentucky offers tho jfollowing courses of study viz Agricultural horticultural chemical biolo physical normal school classical mechanical engineering electrical engineering civil engineering each of which extends over f- four years nod leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided 14f leading a masters degree Each course of study is organized under a separate faculty general faculty numbers nearly fifty professors and i 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 1 J and modern The legislature appropriated for a college home for young womenIand 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both building are corn pleted and in use Military tactics and science are fully provided for as re quired by congress IGraduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions 1remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply Last year the matriculation 750 Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each room r steam and lighted by electricity opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorough education in modern languages literature science mathematics logic meta Iclaisics history and political economy No other institution in the State of for education of women at all comparable those offered by College of Kentucky For catalogues method of obtaining information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL to D C FRAZEE Business agent Lexington Ky FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5 1904 4Jtd is WORLDS FAIR SHORT LIAR SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to th- eWORLDS FAIR Look at the schedules Leave Louisville 880 a m daily Arrive St Louis 080 p m daily Solid through train from Louis ville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car- Leave Louisville 1015 p daily Arrive St Louis 782 a in daily Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close conncetion in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to tho Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will be an nounced soon T W CREWS T P Agent Lex ington Ky W G MORGAN D T Agont Lexington Kv 0 H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo OA S IJI 0a ABean the Signaturesf comprehensive appointments atJH i4lS nfiiin1V I A For 7111 k1All 1egg1 5 111 Co11ee ICeiltueky to The GO000 was IengineeringAn to D Or in KNIGHT TEMPLAR CON CLAVE 5550 To California and Return via Motion Route Timer low ratelass than ono fare for the round tripor 5550 from Louisville to San Fran cisco and Los Angeles and return will be established by time Motion Route and tickets will bo sold from August 15th to September 11th inclusive good returning until Octo 0 ber 23d account of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave The speOialflthrough special train or for rates and contditions on other days address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky td Dr Weavers Syrup and CerateiSuccessful treatment for blood and skin dlacuei Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No loa Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 0101 m Arrives 745 a m Orleans Special No Leaves1201pin ArrivuH 585pm No Local Mall 12- 2Loans 720 urn Arrives 455 nm For Fulton Paducah and inturmtodiataliIConnection to and ktSuntlnrseicovilla Stops No Accommodation No 182I iLoaves 480 p m Arrives 055 For Central City Connecting service toIHodgonville and town except on Sundays at all stationsAll Trains Run Daily d 1jlJt laj