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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ra Il I YI t J Cf 7 1rr 1 Jf t rM t 1 J ROUNDAEOUTt I t VOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUG 27 1904 NO 51 LAWITHE NEW TRUANT Under the new truant law the Board of Education elected Mr Hiram B Williams Truant Officer His duo ties and the full provisions of the new law passed by the last Legislature are as follows Section iThat every parent guar dian of cities of the first second third or fourth class within this Commonwealth having the control of any child or children be tween the ages of seven and fourteen years shall be required to send such child or children annu ally to some public or private school for children for the full term of such school and that if the attendance be upon a private school it shall be one five months Provided however That menIfk sition to be tested and certified in the same manner and at the same time as in the case of county graduates of- the common school JulyMin each city of the first second third I and fourth classes shall appoint one person for each three thousand pupils or fraction thereof to serve as truant officer whoso term of office shall be appointIt neat Is made Such person so up pointed shall be of good moral charac ter and with ability to read and write 1Truant officers shall be paid from the tax levy of such city at the of not less than nor more than 11rate for each school day 3Truant officers shall ext amine into any case of truancy within the city and shall warn the parent guardian or others In charge consequencestfourteen years is not attending school without lawful excuse and in viola tion of the provisions of this act the proper truant ofIlcer shall notify the parents guardian or other person in charge of the fact and require such person to cause the child to attend some recognized school within five days from the date of notice and It shall be the duty of such person so to cause its attendance at some recog jiized school Upon failure to do so the truant officer shall snake complaint before a justice of the peace of the county in which such child lives against the parent guardian or other person having such child in charge and upon conviction the parent guardian or other person in charge shall forfeit to the use of the city school In which such child resides a sum not less than 5 nor more than 20 for the first offense nor less than 10 nor more than 50 for second and every subsequent offense and costs of suit Section tThe truant officer shall l nlteep a record of his transactions for inspection of the school boards of such cities and suitable blanks shall be provided for his use by the State SuperintendentSection person having control of a child who with intent to evade the provisions of this act shall make It willfully false statement concerning the age of such child or the time such child has attended school iI shall forfeit for each offense a sum J less than 5 nor more than 20 jfor the use of the public schools for such city + A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL Is the one that will cleanse the sys tom set the linn to notion remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leaves a good tasto in the month The famous title pills for doing such work pleas und olfoitimlly nro DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lnfayutto Ind says All otlipr i pills I have used irripo and sicken while DoWitts Little Early Risers f are simply perfect Sold by J W Gaylo LUSCIOUS llMr William Wright of the Bridge port neighborhood has placed us under obligations for a delicious water melon It was of the mcltinyour t mouth kind Mr Wright is selling them upon our market and at reason able rates See him when you want the best Ho will please accept our thanks fOIl 1hhis thoughtfulness t NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE A runaway almost ending fatally starfcod a horrible ulcor on the lug of J H Ornor Franklin prove Ill For four years it doilod all doctors anti all rommlies lint BuoklcuH Arnica Salvo hud lit trouble to euro him Equally good far Hums Bruises Skin 1 i and Piles 23o at all druggists S 1J t r r 1fi Jfi1 t KILLED BY FOUL AIR IN WELL In an attempt to clean out the well at the Harmony Schoolhouse at the edge of this county near Spring Sta tion Mr Wiley Dickey was overcome by foul air and before he could be rscued had passed beyond relief Mr Dickey was an industrious young man and leavesU wife and four children to mourn his untimely death This school district Is partly in Franklin and partly in Woodford and is known as a fractional district PLACED ON RETIRED LIST Rear Admiral John Crittenden Watson having arrived at the age of 62 years was placed upon the retired list of the U S Navy on Wednesday last Admiral Watson was born and raised in this city and Is the son of the late Dr Edmund H Watson and his wife Mrs Maria Crittenden Watson Ho Is a brother of Mr Geo C Watson of Chicago and Miss Janie wat- son of Louisville He was a first cousin of the late Mr Howe Watson cashier of the Deposit Bank He was appointd to the Navy in 1S5G by his grandfather U S Sena tor John J Crittenden and served Ith distinction In tho civil and Span ish wars He is a firstclass Christian gentle man who has many relatives and warm friends in this city who hope that he may come back to his old home to reside At present he is In Europe on a tour of Inspection for the Navy Department OUR NEW FACE Our paper this morning is printed from tho face sot up by our new Lineotype Machine Wo think it makus a very hand sumo appearance of which wo are naturally proud- COMING BACK HOME Mr Ed B Colonial has sold his place near Harrodsburg Mercer county and has returned to his old home in this city Ho is looking foi a location Wo welcome him Uncle homo Foi many years ho was agent of tho L N at Bon son Station succeeding his lather lifter his death IN THE SHADOW OF THE CUM BERLANDIThis Is to issue of the brain and pen of Mr Frederick William Powers of Ashland Ky a talented and versatile writer as well as man of genuine business instincts From what we learn of the forth coming work it Is a virile and thrillingly interesting story located in the regions of the Cumberland range We hope to peruse it in full in the near futureDr Weavers Treatment Syrup purlfiea tho blood Cerate heals akin eruptions TRANS RRED By a note we learn that Lt Comman der Hugh Rodman US Navy has been transferred from the U S S New Or leans to the U S S Wisconsin and we understand has been ordered to the Phillipines It was thought Lieut Rodman would be homo this fall but this knocks that out A NEW INSTITUTION- By reference to their advertisement in another placo it will be seen that the Chicago Dental Co has opened operating rooms in this city over the estblishmcnt of Mr Jos Noonan cor ner of Main and Ann streets Those needing the services of n donntlsts should read this exceptionally fine offer Remember that these low rates are offered untIl September Cth Give them a call A SWEET BREATH Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad tho stomach is out of order There is no romody in tho world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for oaring indigestion dyspepsia and all stom ach disorders Mir Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes J havo hewn a dyspeptic for yetis tried all kinds of lomudios hut continued to grow worse By thou o of Kodol hogan to improve at onuu and aftor taking a row bottlos am fully restored in weight health und strength and can eat whatever like Kodol digests what you oat and makes the stomach swoot Sold by J W Gayle w tt14 V eiis 1 t KENTUCKY CONFERENCE TO MEET The Kentucky Conference of the M E Church South will meet In Lexing ton Ky next Wednesday the 31st inst Bishop A Coke Smith of Nor folk Va will preside and will have general oversight of that conference until next May The conference in cludes the territory in Kentucky be tween a line running from Beards Station southward to Tennessee and a line from near Concord southward to Virginia There are about 30000 members within the bounds of the con ference and about 125 preachers Next Sunday 27th will be the last Sunday of this conference year rDr Weaver Syrup antI Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin diseases ROYALLY ENTERTAINED To friends of Misses Barbara and Virginia Thompson were royally and attentively entertained at their place of residence In Wodford county on the Versailles and Frankfort Turnpike road a few miles from this city on Friday evening August 19th 1894 An interesting feature of the affair was the solving of telegrams which resulted in considw xble laughter and present were the fol lowing Misses Flora Mary Et ilind and Endora South Endora Crutcher Marguerite Crutcher Miss Lindsey of California Miss Harding of Butler Lucy Fogg Theodosia Bedford Miner Jett and Mary Gaines Msssrs Matthew and Cotton Dar nell Lindsay South Lawrence Bedford Prof Coleman Jett H Martin Leslie W Morris R IJJett John Thompson Edwin Thompson and Clarence Crutcher DELICIOUS Our friend Mr Thos J Holder has placed us under obligations for a sup ply of delightful canteloupes They are what is known as TipTops and the name Is very appropriate for they are certainly tiptop iliclons Mr Holder is selling them every day on the market If you want delicious melons see him He will please ac cept our thanks for his kindness Next UNDER OBLIGATIONS Mr Jas T Duvall of Pea Ridge has placed us under obligations for a basket of delicious freestone peaches They were as fine and as delightful as any we have tasted this year Our oldtime friend will please Accept our sincere thanks for his con sideration If you want lumber see Hammond Co Olm SCHOOL SOON TO REOPEN The city schools will reopen for the next season on Monday September 5 This is a week later than last year and will be all the more acceptable to the young folks TWO EXCELLENT SERMONS It wits our pleasure on Sunday last to hear two excellent sermons deliv ered at the First Baptist Church of this city by Mr Samuel E Hutton Both were clear logical and sound expositions of tho truths of the Gos pelThis church is fortunate In having a member so well fitted to till the pulpit in the unavoidable absence of the pastor FRANKLIN INSTITUTE School reopens Monday Sept 19 For information IJ4Jt 817 u 0 RElUH S TO PRACTICE DI J S Collins who has boon out of the business for several years has rottirmul to tin pniutho of his profession fdiiitistry mul IalllistrNtBOYS 1500 PREPARED FOR COLLEGE will place your son In u model homo school where only a few boarders uro taken and where tho headmuster niul his assistants invulunblo aid to boys preparing for university Itefcrenco required University School Second St Louisville Ky fu t j nt rrR fllr BADLY HURT George Berry Cannon son of Mr and Mrs W L Cannon fell from a farm wagon Saturday morning and sustained serious injuries The wagon wheel passed over him breaking one arm and considerably bruising him otherwise He received prompt med ical attention and is recovering from his Injuries as nicely as could be ex pected Midway Clipper Aug 25I HIS LAST SUNDAYITomorrow will that Rev C J pastor of the Methodist Church Mr Nugent is a faithful earnest and Godly man and has labored In season out of season for the good of the Cause of His Master He has made many reIgreton Wednesday next It Is earnestly hoped that all the members of the church will attend the services tomorrow ACCIDENT TO PASSENGER ON F C TRAINIMr Charles Poindexter of Duvall Station while attempting to board a Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Train on Wednesday near the depot in Georgetown was knocked down and had an arm broken MASHED HIS FOOT Mr Clarence Fugazzi while out with a camping party on Elkhorn ont d1 nesday had a log of wood to roll on his foot bruising and mashing very severely ItI ACCIDENTALLY HIS Mr W Combs Furr foreman for the Cumberland Telephone Co was so unfortunate as to cut his right hand with a hand axe on Wednesday Surgical attention was at once rendered r Miss Ora Scottow will reopen her school for shorthand typewriting bookkeeping etc Monday Septem ber 5 1901 For further Informationt apply at her residence 512t WHAT NEXT Under a recent decision of our At torneyGeneral the Auditor holds that insurance policies are subject to taxation Time next thing we know we will be taxed for the privilege of drawing a long breath We are al ready taxed for kissing our wives If you dont believe ask the first man you meet Our present statute laws are fear fully and wonderfully made and some of the constructions put upon them are more so At no rime Is Man Secure From Attacks of such disorders of the stomach as cholera morbus cramps anti dlarrhou but these complaints are common durj ing the heated term when it Is gerous to neglect them Painkiller IsI a remedy that has never failed the severest attacks have been cuffed by it Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 ajiI 00cIREAD ITIIn another place will be icsrr1advertisement of the tn School of Louisville which will Ik opened In that city on Thursday September HIOI at No 1017 Second street rmior the management of Prof H Pinup and Prof Harry ll Browenll These gentlemen arc expo rienced tcacor and exceptionally well qualified for their duties They will be assisted by an able corps of teachers among whom is Rev A Paul Bagby A M a former Frankfort boy son of Rev Geo F Uagby deceased suva HOME Mrs Niinnio Rodman Duvall has purchased of Mrs ShelTer Richardson tho western half of her house and lot on Campbell street between Shelby and Steele and will immediately remodel It and go to housekeeping The price paid was 1000 laish t kra We Have No Room For these Perhaps you can use one of them at these extremely low prices Shirt Waists Shirt Waist Suits 1 icoffer what is left in stock at exactlyj 12 PBIOE All marked in plainrfigures Come at once and take advantage of this bar gain opportunity I ils Ct I KAGINJ BRO 1 41 ST CLAIR ST 41 i i PROMINENT LADY DIESiWe regret to learn that Mrs Chas H Stoll wife of our longtime friend Lexingtoniisland In Lake Michigan on Monday Mrs Stoll was an elegant and relined lady She was a cousin of Mr J S Weathers of this city We sincerely sympathize with titer bereaved fancily Cf li t 3rtnc9 Bus i1iuatnroS of YvuAlways Bought A l1O 6IED Mr John Shyly of fjsiwroneo Ju1gelofby tho Governor to till tho vacancy occasioned by tho resignation of Judge J S Odell THANKS Wo have been again placed under obligations to Mr Milhmrd F Se niones of the Harvloland neighbor hood for a basket of delicious June apples They were fine eating Ha will please accept our sincere thaiika for his kindness HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles om hand from 190 to 350 per nu Six different Grades to select from 47lm nIx 1aC7LS F7SriTSRC7V7L1111hL94TlaSi uziGiIIiiti iatwE9anvh ia MaammLr cYuasuusuTaLR 74d 9i ILR iTtiSLfrliRflG 2ia63i iTILiiRirua flfNGO i wmnas o h mmnesrrersaer vrm nwsnmsre asrunt+ r nTIrmaiaavhraavRmw A oa marwaure nwwwc uwmo o nernrr fne it known to all Men Women and Children of Frankfort Itand Franklin Gmnty that T W 11 Z1LAR have taken possession of THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY STORE at Frankfort y as Manager of saute BJ it lurthor known that in actions from headquarters there will be 1 l A 2Tew Ieif Tizmecl OverFirst no more ticksnot even a cents worth of oods sold to anyoneno not even you except the cash is forked over Second the old imputation that the BLUE GRASS GROCERY undersells them all MUST he 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 every article 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 f all our competitors To start the hall roiling I have selected several hundred nice presents which as long as they last I will give away absolutely fret with every tic oOc and 100 purchase excepting sugar Remember also that we give Premium Tickets with overy lOc f purchase Conn and see the SEW MAN the Man who is going to please youthe Milo who will have everybody talking about his im mense Trade and Low Prices at the Blue Grass Grocery 1 W H ZIIA3JI Mjr-y tiW f I J PERSONAL MaJ A M Slack and wife have gone to till Worlds Fair Mrs Johnson Barrett of Cincinnati vlsuod friends here this week Mrs Sarah LeCompte of Lexington twas in the city this week Mr A B Hammond the lumber IldTVF wis in Paris on Tuesday Mr Coy Wells has gone to St fLojjJj Mo to attnd the Worlds Fair ttov Viliss Margueritte have gone to thOJ Worlds Fair PiTjf J C Norwood State Geolo gist of Lexington was here this week Av M P Brown of the Frankfort Dri Co spent Monday in Cincinnati Mr W C Lutkemeier has gone to Fresh Lick Springs Ind luftge J M Posey of Lawrence burg was in the ciy Tuesday mT Frank H Duvall of Mercer wcoimijy was in the city Tuesday Mr Howard Weidekemper of Louis Tvillc was in the city on Tuesday Mrs George Green and daughter of Covlngton are guests of friends here Co Edward Fennell wife and son Of Cynthiana are visitors here hit L L Oherwnrth has returned iovj tho Worlds Fair Mr Jns W Nicol Jr has re tiivijfd from the Worlds Fair Sirs Sallie n Newton has returned Tuon Martinsville Ind Ill Fred E Jouett of Louisville vir il relatives here Sunday Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington war a visitor here on Sunday Ms YoH VanWlnkle has gone Ito St Louis Mo to the Worlds Fair Mr J S Weathers and wife re Jruntcd Saturday from Tatum Springs 3lr Geo L Barnes of Louisville wished his family here on Sunday E C ORear is visiting relaI Atlvci sit hot old home in Mt Sterling Ahs1 S Price is visiting relatives Sn Losctagton Esq 3 D Parker left Wednesday for 3t Louis Mo j inCarrollCSir O N Smith and wife have re turned front their vacation trip Mr 11 Davis Harrod Jr has gone tto ibe Worlds Fair at St Louis Mrs John P Hanley returned Mon nlHy night from Paris and Lexington Mr D J McNamara attended the iState Y M I at Lexington this week Mrs J S Darnell and son have gone to TulLiuoma Tenn to visit relatives Mrs Ada Garrett is visiting friends Jn Virginia Miss Nora Newman has gone to few York City Miss Rebecca Averill is visiting Toltttives at Greenville Miss Mrs Adelia Harper is the guests if Mrs Isaac Parrish at Midway Mr W K Toombs and wife have gone to the Worlds Fair Rev Dr J J Taylor and Rev Gco W Young D D 6f Georgetown at ten hJ the Association here this week Mr Wm G McEwan of the L 8 2 If R Co Nashville Tenn is vis- It rc relatives here Mr E H Skanncll of New Or ileaui La is visiting Mr Guy H Brings Shelby street Miss Mary Brown Duvall and Miss Lily Roy are guests of Mrs S L VanMeter near Lexington Mr W R Trumbo and wife who linn been living in Cincinnati have returned to this city to reside Miss Maude Whitehead who has lieen visiting Mrs J R Savage at TWlncrhester has returned home Mrs Sallie ion Thomas has gone to New York City for her fan stock of millinery Miss Annie Mae Fears of New Cas tle was the guest of Miss Lula Petty this week Mrs Fred E Jouett of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Edmund B Rod man Washington street Mrs Whitworth of Louisville is the guest of Mrs B G Williams Second street Prof 1 H Fuqua and wife who have been guests of their daughter in Texas have reurned home Mrs A J Lynch and niece Miss Lily Benckhart are visiting relatives at Saul Centre Minn Mr W Jule Day and wife who have been in North Carolina have returned homeMiss Maude Earl of Evansville Ind is the guest of her sister Mrs A J Kimm Miss Julia Haly has gone to Wood ford county for a weeks stay with Mrs John Hogan Mr Robert M Aldridge and wife left Saturday for Petoskey Mich to spend several weeks Mrs Margaret VanMeter of Pitts burg Penn is the guest of Mrs A Pilkington Campbell street Miss Mattie Hughes of Midway who has been the guest of Miss Ham ilton has returned home Miss Grace Morris who has been visiting friends at Eminence and Smithfield has returned home Judge J H Polsgrove who has been at Drennon Springs has returned home Mrs Ben T Farmer of Cincinnati who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Mr Ed H Grant of St Louis Mo was in the city Saturday to visit his parents Maj J A Grant and wife Mr Tarlton G Julian and family of Florida were guests of Dr G W Chinn and wife this week Dr J W Hill who has been in Washington City and Old Point Com fort has returned home Mrs Chas F Exam of Lexington was the guest of friends here this weekMiss Martha Jameson who has been visiting relatives at Mlllersburg and Cynthiana has returned home Rev M B Adams wife and chil dren and Miss Nancy Holden return ed Tuesday from Mason county Mr A 11 Duvall and Mr T H Kelly of Stamping Ground were in the city on Monday Mr Arthur Branch and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Shelby and Henry counties Miss Harriett J Evans has returned from a visit to her sister at Union City Penn Mrs Katherine Forman who has been visiting in Louisville has turned home rel oflwere here this week Mrs Emma Marshall Dalton and daughter of Versailles are guests of relatives hereIMr II W for a trip east in the interest of the Kentucky River 11I11sIDr J H from a trip to his old West Virginia L Brnt Greene returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Bracken countyMr V F Bradley of Georgetown was in the city on legal business Lockett Smith and Miss Eliza Newton have returned from Mercer county Miss Stella Lang of New Albany Ind is the guest of her relatives here her old homer I tf i =nuu I L I A1wliiF lLti x at i a tr tvm FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER j VnucohurgIsHon Lewis McQuown of Bowl ing Green was here Thursday Mrs C W Merchant left Thursday for Lexington to vis thoI daughter Mrs J B Eastin Mrs Win Mynhier and daughter of Ml Sterling are guests of Mrs W T Havens Hon Eli H Brown of Bards town has removed to this city to Lily May Stone of Greenville Tonn is the guest of Miss Pnttio 1hom son Mrs Thos L Walker Secretary of the Republican Stato Central Committee was in the city Thurs dayMiss Sophia Gray of Louisville is the guest of her brother Mr Frank V Gray Conway street Mr R Kidder Woodson of Penn sylvania visited relatives here this week Rev W P Harvey D D of Louisville attended Franklin Association on Wednesday Mrs W H Jeffries who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville has returned home Mr Efbert C Stephens and wife have gone to Nw York City to pur chase their fall and winter millinery Mrs Sarah McKee and daughter Miss Jennie are visiting relatives hereMrs Clara B Chew and daughter are guests of friends in Jackson Mich Miss Nell Thomas is visiting her CovingtonMisses returned from a visit to friends at EminenceMiss Scottow of Louisville visited her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife Steele street Sunday Mr Wm1 Lewis of Louisville was the guest of Misses Scottow on Sun lay IRo A H Lindsay of Flemings burg was the guest of relatives hero this week Mr S W Downard and wife of Helena Ark visited her sister Mrs D D Jeffers this week IMr R H Mason Mr Percy Hoge Tissie Hoge have gone to St Louis to attend the Fair Prof Henry Anderson and wife of Ann Arbor Mich are guests of Miss Mary Harrison and Mrs Sam D Johnson Jr tfc 1tj Mrs Cora P Cooper and daughter Miss Daisy of Maysville who have been guests of her sister Mrs Jas T Bufordhave returned home Mr W D Roy left Wednesday over the early L R N train for the South in the interest of the K D W H Co Mr John Taylor French of Spring field Ills is the guest of his grand mother Mrs Martha French Third P R Spencer of Detroit Mich who has been the guest of Mrs C O Tamblyn on Fourth Ave has gone to St Louis Miss Aline Ellwonger of Crescent Hill who has boon the guest of Miss Jacquo Elhvanger has re turned homo Mr Ed MeChosney of Mcliin ney Texas is the guost of his mother Mrs Lon McChosnoy near Farn Tale Mr Robt A Browner wife and two sisters and Miss Louise Daniel left Wednesday on the Falls City for Louisville Mi1 Jas Sloan and bride of Nashville Tenn aro guests of his uncle Mr N F Iliohardson near this city Mrs Ella Johnson Barret left Monday for Louisville en route to San Francisco Gal to attend the Trlen nial Conclave Knights Templar Mrs E A Grant and daughter Miss Bettie of Louisville were guests of Miss Annie Herndon on the Louis ville pike this week Mr Luther F Violett of Burnside is visiting his parents Hon Jas A Violett and wife Selby street corner Third Mrs Mary Wll True nee Violett of Owen county is the guest of her pa rents Hon Jas A Violett and wife Selby street Mr J R Adams Superintendent of the Prudential Life Insurance Co of Lexington was the guest of Mr W H Watts Wednesday Mr Ed H Grant of St Louis Mo who has been visiting his parents Maj J A Grant and wife returned home on Monday Mrs L B Marshall of this city and Miss Florence Kendall of Louisville are guests of Mrs E Church Tinsley near New Orleanns La Mrs Jennie Clark of Charleston Ills Miss Cora Ellis of Louisville Miss Willie Sudduth of Woodford were guests of Mr W J Scottow and family Steele street this week Hon Lillard H Carter of Lawrence burg was hero Thursday in the inter est of a friend who is an applicant for appointment as County Judge of Anderson county 4f c rt AEaJfIj l The l jwManinTownL 4t Mr Jas Sower Sr who attended the G A R Reunion at Boston Mass as the representative of A G BaconfPost No 33 has returned home He reports having had the grandest time of his life Capt Frank R Roook and wife who have been guests of his brother Capt Gco W bock havo returned to their homo at Newark tleftthe Triennial Conclave IC T and visit her sistor I FOR JeasilyMALTWHEAT BISCUITIFOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME They arc a scientifically prepared composition of granulated cereals Imalted thrice cooked and sterilized our own patented process and being intbiscuit form can be eaten dry Unlike all other malted foods they will not become mushy or soggy when served with fresh fruits ice cream or eggs but will alway remain crisp and light packageI I 15 MEALS CENTS 15 Bll Miss E DOiltner Teacher of PIANO aescbctlzky Method And VIOLIN Pupil of Schraduck Liste mono and Carapanarl Address care of Roundabout f 51tfu u5fCjiltIIJo JJt jJi N4 ii + rr 35 OF HON 33 II TAY LOB J K tikfort Ky August 25 IDOL u toy Voters of Franklin County Sonie months ago I authorized I the announcement of my candidacy for Representative in the lower houso of tho next General ASBom bly subject to tIll action of tho Democratic party Since my announcement tho Hon L F Johnson has announced his candidacy and the claim is being made for bin na I am Informed that he along is entitled to credit the passage of the bill making appropriation for tho erection Of Ifor Capitol Ir Johnson and myself were two the one hundred and thirtyeight in the last General Assembly Mr Johnson the repre j sentative of Frauklin county and I the representative of the 20th Senatorial District of which Franklin county is a part The bill authorizing the appro priation for the new drafted by it committee of oltlzensI at the head of whtoh was Judge J H Hazelrigg late Chief Justice of tho Court of Appeals neither Mr Johnson nor myself being factors ri llafting tho bill and by agree ment was introduced in the House by Mr Johnson referred to tho proper committee reported favor ably by tho committee to tho House nd passed by a vote of 90 yeas to 1 nay It was then reported to tho Senate referred to the appropriate Mommitteo reported hack to tho Penate a few days thereafter by enator Caminaok of Owen and jsod without a dissenting vote 0 sti utional Convention of 3d section 255 which pro the seat of government intro in the city of Frank Is removed by a vote of I of each house of the VSsfembly which convenes jertlio adoption of this Con ion1 His a member of both houses of General Assembly next follow bhe adoption of the present iui was elected to succeed ids ay in the Senate and assistance of the people of It and Franklin county friends of Frankfort rtJthe State wo secured f every measure pro mioval of the seat off rom Frankfort there t brever tho location oft Frankfort meinbnrof the Senate in the Lve session prior to tho last with the assistance again citizens of Frankfort and fm county and Frankforts roifghoub the State we d the passage of an amend to the Revenue Bill in tho providing for a tax levy pitol purposes This amend ras defeated in the House pononts of the amendment that its passage would on the success of tho Revenue rglng tho friends of tho now tq wait until tho mooting next General Assembly y Ole would be ample funds ate Treasury due from tho vornmont to erect hand lildings without levying l tax the assurance tlnvi h from tho lion South Ruombor of Congress from ct that sich payment uulq by that time g ollne from the source I ned The money wtg iry and tho nowspapor political parties vole lmont of tho pooplo t e4J 7 t f i9 l iifIt of tho State in favor of tho bill which the Governor had earnestly approved and recommended in his message to tho Legislature aslOd for the passage of tho hill and tho ibillFranklin county been without rep resentation in either house There was practically no opposition to tho passage of tho bill there being but one vote against it in tho Honso and none in the Senate Frankforts fight to retain the Capitol was made years before as aftbvo stated when we defeated every measure looking to its re moval and it would seem that oven Mr Johnsons most ardent friends could hardly claim credit for him for what was done long before ho was over a member of either house of tho Legislature- I claim no credit more than any other member of the Senate for the passage of tho hill through the house of which I was a member nor does it seem to me that the claim being made for Mr Johnson that he is entitled to such credit is sustainableI a delicacy in making mention of these matters and should not do so now except forI the claim being male by persons interested in the candidacy of my opponentI no claim whatever for your vote on account of any service I may have been able to render in tho discharge of my duty as your representative nor would I bo be fore you now asking your suffrage except that I believe that legisla tion highly important to the people FOR eral Assembly wherein I am sure I can bo of substantial benefit to you because of my long service in both House and Senate and tho largo and close personal friendship formed with the leading influential members of both houses When the campaign opens I shall be glad to meet you at your pro duets and discuss matters more fully Meanwhile I ask your intelligent and favorable consideration of my candidacy Your obedient servant EDMUND H TAYLOR JR Candidate for Representative Sub foot tp the Action of the Demo cratic Party Dr Weaverfl Trartnent8y- rnpparlflo8ibeMoodCeratehealt kln In Law renoeburg on Thursday Mr Thos D Stucker and Miss EVA Slusser both of this county were married by Judge J S Odell ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS Wo want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO Frankfort Ky Both Phones No7 July 23tf Kodol Cure Digests what you eat ESCAPED AN AWFUL FATE Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes It My doctor told mo I had Consumption and nothing couldI be done for me I was given die lho offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for induced mo to try it Results wore startling I am now on tho road to recovery and owo all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by nil druggists Price 50o and Trial bottles free 1I r1T COUClf E THE lUNCS IIVITH br ling s- u I New fewer I CONSUMPTION Price BOcSIOO Froo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAOK lnYoucanPin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because ib 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 in mining CD D7V IVenvcr8 Treatment Syrup for the Keod Cerate for skill eruptions u ROGERS In this city on Monday to Mr John G Rogers and wife a daughter Lena Hammond NEED FOR OFFICIO Wo venture there is the fact that there is great need fur a real firstclass mod ern office building in this city We would suggest thnt parties leaving the best interests of our city at heart devise a plan by which a six or building of the character spoken of be located on tho cornet of Main and St Clair streets on tho southwest side It is hardly necesary for one to make more than a cursory examina tion to discover that there is hardly a real ofllce in the city Such a building would be a divi dend winner from tho very outset We have no doubt that every room would be spoken for in advance All that is necessary to prove this is for the projectors of such an enterprise to do a little beforehand to demon strate its The time worn Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today tt is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the torso ad vice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or cold with whioh you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it today and lot that remedy bo Dr Boschoos Gorman Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will relievo your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will euro you No matter how doop soated joiu cough oven if dread has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a curo as it has done before in thousands of hopoless eases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr Lr 10MICHIGANlANl RETURN Via Motion Route tend Strainer Man ton MnckiinV Jetoskoy Harbor Springs Bay View nnl Clmllrvoix The Motion Route will sell tickets from Louisville to tho above delightful resorts in Michigan August 17 via IiiI cago and tho steel steamship Manitou which will hoI good returning fifteen days Berths and meals on tho Mnnltnu extra former from to 2 according to location and the latter a la carte greatly reduced price and by tho satisfaction given in former years boat being The trip without an equal tt For reservations and further information address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1904 as far as roportel- Lawr3ncehurg August 10 4 days Liberty August 10 3 days Brodhead August 17 8 days Fern Creek August 23 4 days August 23 4 days August 2H 4 days August 24 4 days Somerset August 30 4 days August 80 3 days Florence August 31 4 days Glasgow August 81 4 days- Elizabethtown 4 daysHartford Sept 21 4 days Owensboro Oct 4 5 days Folmouth 28 4 days Ewing A 1lThis signature is on every hoc ot the genuine BrcmoaQuiaine Tablets the remedy that rijri n cold in one day II EH TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY oft yourrut 11oces1sarily acquaintance eru- pUoaiMARRIED STUCKERSLUSSER Dyspepsia Consumption BIRTHS BUILDING nogainsayinj uptodato sevenstory uptodate canvassing desirabilityDO injunction demoralizing undoubtedly completely consumption apparently Wednesday magnificent nnnunilmil KENTUCKY Shelbyvillo Shepherdsvllle Springfield Nicholasvillo September September Laxative NATURE TELLS YOU As Many a Frankfort Reader Know Too Well When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about itIThe urine is natures Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney illsFrankfort people testify to thisI 11n1ethat I suffered from for years wnsI brought on by heavy lifting and which I did in the logging business and many times have lifted what ordi narily two men would be required to caused a dull aching and lameness in my back and as time went on it got from bad to worse the aching be coming much more severe until it became so bad at times that I could scarcely get around A difficulty with the kidney secretions set In and they were scalding irregular and annoy ing especially at night breaking my rest five or six times used various remedies but got little relief from them I read about Doans Kidney Pills and as they were highly rec ommended I decided to give them trial and procured a box at J aI Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two boxes I was benefltted in every way I have every confidence in Doan CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con lOUfmmPlilllllis proper attention to food digestion anti a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup PO is tt good nights rest and tho 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 consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu lady Should you be able to go to a warmer clinic you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syruprlrial bottle 25i regular size Toe At mill drug gists yr GRAPES All the flue table kinds in season red white and black Crate of six baskets by express 125 Cash with order H F HILLENMEYER SONS 501 m j DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats s Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street al after arrival oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week r u Sundays ooo Fare to Detroit yjc unlimited round trip I2C Excursions to Detroit and return Week Day Si Sundays 75C Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth extra Special Rater 1o SocUtif Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 DIEMANTrMDCWII GOLOENofi1 iOAZ1TOX Z ABears the J YJ t L ESCAPEDAWomen and Men From the Clutchei of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO AND FREE FROM RHEUMA AREIIHAPPY LIVER AND KIDNEY USING1DENNS AND SPEEDY CURErMr Gennings and wife 2063 N Mr Goodspeed audwifeFrambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighlIrShinglerPresident 3nd Maynard St Mr Wilson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Deuns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle anflou liefitGAYLES Qrirat Ste BEATMS XlIi Dr J S Collins X DENTISTt821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51tf U HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE I otTer for sale my house anti lot on Todd street second door irouIcorner of Shelby House now Lot 50 alloyApplyoOtf L WELLS L LOST One rod cow with white spots 5 I long horns SL PERRY KrI jr 1 THeFranKOitBiJimflaDDiit Entered at the pnstoflice at Frankfort Ken tucky ussccoiildass nmilnblo nuttier OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUG 27 1904 FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION f The Franklin Baptist Association met on Wednesday at 10 oclock a IlL and was called to order by Dr U V Williams the Moderator After the usual introductory ser vices the letters from the several churches were read by Clerks E II Jones and Crawford Lee From them we gather there has been 112 members received into the various churches 75 by baptism and 87 by letter and otherwise The diminutions were 114by letter death exclusion c leaving a total membership remaining in the body of 31C5 The opening sermon was preached by Rev O L Powers the brilliant young pastor of Providence Church at Woortlake He handled his theme in a masterly and winning manner and held the large audience to the close in profound attention- In the afternoon the Ladies Society held a largely attended and very in teresting meeting in the chapel of the churchRegular routine business was transacted by the Association in the main audience room At night Rev Dr J J Taylor Presi lent of Georgetown College wade a beautiful rousing and attractive ad dress upon the marvelous advantages accruing in the battles of life to young men and women who are thoroughly traind by college life It was at times eloquent and thrilling and at i others witty and amusing It showed that Dr Taylor was an orator of the firstclass Following this came an original and stirring address from Rev Dr Geo W J Young of Georgetown Field Secretary of the AntiSaloon League of America It showed the wonderful advance that S Is being made in the battle against the horrors of the saloon and urged his hearers to an undying warfare against this evil On Thursday the Association con vened at 10 oclock and proceeded with the consideration of the regular reports of committees Among many matters considered was the proposition to acquire a permanent central location for the annual meetings of the body The report of the committee appoint ed last year favoring th raising of 3300 with which to purchase a big tent and to hold the Association at Cove Spring Park was adopted and some 230 was at once subscribed for that purpose Taken all together this meeting while not so largely attended as here tofore has accomplished fully as much if not more for the cause of the Master and the denomination than has heretofore been the case The Association adjourned late Thursday afternoon m ANOTHER EXCURSION r t The Frankfort surd Cincinnati tijRliJwn will run another of their excursions in connection tWith the Queen t Crescent Rail f way from this city to Cincinnati t on Sunday September 11th The c fare for the round trip will ho only 125 The special train will leave hero at 7 a in of that day Be turning It will leave Cincinnati at 880 p mrlhere are a number of k special attractions for that lay A game of base hall will be played by the St Loais and Cincinnati Clubs td wIInsist on for Stock and Poultry Put up in fellow hags It is the best For i sale by all leadinu merchants i FA BRA FOOD CO iiJRlm Falmouth Ky DEWITT IS THE NAME When you go to buy Witch Hazel t Salve look for the name DoWitt on V every hex The purr unadulter ated WltLh Hnzrl b In mnklnt BeWitts Witt b Hazel Salvo which is tlm host jsalvy in tho world for cuts hums bruises boils eczema and piles Tho popularity of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve duo to its many cures has caused nume rous counterfeits to be placed on tho market Tho genuine hears tho namo E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold bv J W Gaylo CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weather smaller dose anda little cool milk with It will do away with any objection products season sampleLr 409415 Pearl Street New York Suo and 100 all druggists j J s l pr 4 = To Slave Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly there is nothing to equal Dr tItles Nervine in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsImorphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now ou point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in such agony knowing it about the only thing that would give resist it new it was a terrible habit and knew of its deadly grasp but I never fully realized its cance until I had a number of months Oh the miser of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully I am cured of using morphine Now however much persons may it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMArrIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles RenuMics Send for free book Addressit FORKS OF ELKHORN Mr Norwood of Louisville is the guest of his cousin Miss Mary Holton Mr Russell Hughes is spending his vacation with his sister Mrs Cass Louise Grlnnan of Paris is the guest of Miss Carrie Brock Miss Mary Shaw of Frankfort is the guest of her cousin Miss Maria Trimble Mr Jerry South is spending this week in our village Miss Pinkie Crume of Beards Sta tion who has been the guest of rela tives here has returned home accom panied by Mss Julia South Misses Phillips of Frankfort have returned home after a visit to Miss Mary Holton Many in our community attended the Association at Frankfort Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Ben Suter went to the Worlds Fair last week From there she will visit her sister in Atlanta KID Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas EcJectric Oil Perfectly safe Never fails At any drugstore For the Roundabout PARDONED His time was up For three long years He bore with patience toil and tears Shut in from hope by iron bars Still he could see Gods sun and stars Would he find friends The ques tion- Repeated oer and oer Those friends who wept and kissed him When he entered prison door Would his haggard face betray him Could they see by the brand of Cain That the convict out of prison walls Was as free as the summer rain The village had grown to a city With trains and its ceaseless noise And vandals had ruined the wood landI played with the country All gone like the dear old comrades Scattered as winnowed grain And the home of happy boyhood He would never know again Perhapsnow a smile of pleasure Lights his pale yet handsome face The home of his little playmate His sweetheart Lady Grace Has escaped the evolution And is resting by the stream As he left it with his freedom As he dreamed it in his dream Alas tis the story olden Of changes and decay His Grace is the wife of a millionaire And lives by the Mobile Bay The old home passed to strangers And the friends he used to know Have vanished with the happiness In days of long ago His mother dead Her grave None seemed to ksttv or care Was life a failure Future Fate He did not know or dare To win an honest name or work And so he asked to stay Within the dreary prison walls And he Is there today- N S COX August 1C 1904 A true story HAMMOND CO onI i 1 1 BIG EXCURSION Tho steamer Falls City had m1tk81onIon Tuesday afternoon There wore people big people old young people people of all JConpI ages c Among the number anteboll1U1l1ntH1now of Louisville but then Known a Sandy Owens of tho old Yeoman oflice force Miss Owens Is a stylish and handsome girl She could not be any cleverer than her good oil father NICE SUM The supper given by the ladies of the Frankfort Branch of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society on Friday night for the benefit of the Home was a decided success The neat sum of R175 was cleared and will be sent to Superintendent Schon If every town of Frankforts size will do as well the Society will be eased of pressure If you want Shingles see Hammond Co 60im BADLY FRIGHTENED We are In receipt of a PostCard showing the city of St Paul Minn which was wrecked by a terrific tor nado on Saturday last It came from our friend Mr Ed S OHara and he adds this postscript The writer was badly frightened Wellwe rather guess so Most any one would have been THE FOREPAUGH SELLS BROS HERE SEPTEMBER 23 Marvelous Modern MusketeersThe Worlds PrizeWinning Aurora Zouaves The pomp and circumstance of glo rious war Is notably manifest In the military features to be presented here on September 23 by the great Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers arenic animal hlppodromatic and martial ag gregation Conspicuously wonderful and popular as having time and again both at home and abroad and before all the worlds leading military ex perts conclusively proved themselves far and away the best drilled company of either regular or volunteer soldiers ever known come the Aurora Zouaves They are champion marvels In phe nominal speed and perfection of drill and manual and while it is high praise it may truthfully be said of them that they notably surpass even their fa mous predecessors the Ellsworth Zou aves of New York whose triumphal tour in the deepening shadows of the greatest war of wars Is still remem bered by many veterans of both Blue and Gray who gained from them their first instruction In the fundemental essentials by which battles are won And in this connection a passing tribute to the brave brilliant and lamented Col Elmer E Ellsworth is due In re calling the fact that at the very outset of a career which promised to crown him with unfading laurels he was shot dead by the landlord of a hotel in Alexandria Va for hauling down the Confederate flag lying defiantly from the flagpole on its roof Those who have seen the Aurora Zouaves of which he was the tactical progenitor can imagine how enthusiastically he would have prased and applauded them and the aptness of the simile employed by The New York American and Journal in remarking The Au rora Zouaves are a huge redlegged centipede whose celerity and precision have astonished the mllltry world CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always fought Bears the- Signature of ELECTION COMMISSIONERS Tho State Board of Election Com missioners consisting of Mr J Morgan Chinn Judge James BreatHtt and Mr C B Poyntx met on Thursday and made the appointments of election commission ors for each county in the State For this county Mr Richard Mor ris Republican and Mr John D Griffin Democrat were appointed Wo hope to publish tho full list next week WANTED Grooeryll1stgilt edge character Address J E C care Frankfort Roundabout474t Dr Cadys Condition rowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle 1A 1 7 t k lht fjii 1 o toPleasant to take Laxative Syruphtil t NATURES CURE FOR OBSTIPATION v Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring ata normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines 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 as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc j Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried m- ALL DRUGGISTS 250 AND 50c PER BOTTjfl m HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FEtiC Regular Style Special Hog Horse sad Cat Stays 12 in or 6 Inc apart Stays lain orl irii Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily gt J Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practice lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle hor K and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED youit j s FRANK G1STAG j SPECIAL AGBNT Vacation Day Those who from experience know how much of pleasure to tho vacation in the choice of a route select Tho Lake ShndiIran Southern Ry This Is the road which reaches by fam through trains or by its direct connections the entire res tt cou I of the eastern and middle states Including Lake Chautauqua 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September 7 With Barlows Original Greater Minstrels Many Notable Attractions Have Been Booked for Season About to flOpenK fl The Frankfort theatrical season of 19015 which opens Wednesday 4September 7 promises to be the most notable in point of high class attraction in the history of the local playhouse Manager MoNa mara has kept a large force of pastFon the interior of 1FrnnldortR popular theatre and Iwhen the doors are thrown open on the evening of Wednesday Septem ber 7 and tho great and original t Barlows Minstrels which will open the house this season is presented Frankfort theatregoers will find that everything that could possibly t be in any way conducive to their comfort and pleasure has been Ir done No city the size of Frank thefManager McNamara proposes to Capitalhbehooves every resident of the Cap I itol city to encourage his efforts in their behalf by giving the theatre the patronage which every one nf t 4 FRANKFORT FRIDAY I Vast Circuses Menageries and Hippodromes UnitedWhich but n stellar host of newlyadded Ioreign and Homeborn WCHTtU not STHeopioeeuT8ococitTlai CYCLQ Etitle of The Maniac the still another Parisian Phenomenon DJIO rk THE FOUR MARTINEKS greatest Grin Geniuses in French Det leg I Conic Cutsputt Tbe Miser and Ills Tbe Pinched Parisians and other ano Frolics to gether with fifty other of tho World must famous and runniest Fools in the Caruusinj Capital ui Fames only EDDY FAMILY Now first onlyAerialDEMONDRIVEN DIAVOLO BicycleAntion and bcmiarins description hl alll ecctrilie as would n battery cf dynamos A spectacle staggering Sensations Acres of astounding dumfounding daeicvilcIazziin delighting marvelous and merry prodigies cdpastimes and rarest living lesions CONSTELLATION C0iii3A hundred nets and rivalries in three rims 100000 Pert of nTial space on ccvrt d itant a cranl coliseum course Tile Cr7 t fin e efihcRoman Casars TIIIS crlatluc Sla lese offlatural History Never before Wire eisavage representatives in such Kiro feii and varied form The Mightiest 1re3 cf 1IElephants then and towcrinacoloMiily in fame THc SELLS SOLSiiK A at of There Peerless in the 32 A of P iz is a OP cxubtiun tluy a r rtuully HClCrved Scats Le ut prices at the booked the numerous others that will be booked richly deserveBarlows Greater which for the past years given to the ing public the ment of its kind ever by the of will the and the no in the of who enjoy a good clean minstrel that the attrac booked for Sep tember 7 is one of the very best that has over visited and worthy of their The is a partial list of the Theatre for season of Minstrel- sHarrisParkinson Co The Sign of the Cross Jack Halsted Stock Co Burnett Twelfth Night Stook Bells A Royal Slave Tho Ethel Tucker Stock Co Sin bad Down on the Farm Edw DOize Hamlet Way Out Bob White The Stock Co The of The Holy City Cutter Stook Co The Crisis Walker Neville Co David Harum Under Skies Rachel for Life Adams Hoxie John W Wizard of Howard Stock Co A Chinese The Musi cal The Storks The A Arizona The The oa S IJI 0IE ABears of FREE TRIAL the perfect our gives will be sent on request with siolans soli cited Write today for our free hook which gives our terms etcMANHATTEN d t k r Sept FEATURESICityWhichFEATURESNowhere114 FULLOROWN POLAR BEARS KaneGreelyany one time PETS Seven theirPhenomenally PARISTho in circus annals over half a century PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS THE CHASM CYCLIST Who destrucion50 FEET AWHEEL THROUGH SPACE unscathedAmong FEATURESth- ose masters manual and drill THE ALlCONQUERING AURORA so aptly described by tho New York Journal as liege RedLegged Centipede whose Celerity and WorldIIIpepldof Bike And springsfrom80J8UBERTI Gauls are Hundreds Ho Show Congress wlnning Perfection The Morning Free Street Pageant Gigantic Glorious Revelation OKIKXTAL OPULeNce AND HISTORIC MILITARY DISPLAY openatOn may secured tho regular FRANKFORT DRUG CO Corner Main Clair street excellent attractions already and later Minstrels have twentyfive amusementlov greatest entertain witnessed theatregoers America ba opening attraction management feels hesitancy assuring theatregoers Frankfort uptodate tion Wednesday undoubtedly Frankfort eminently patronage following Capital bookings 1004- 5Barlows Charlotte in DoPowBurdetto Co Liberty Moonshiners Daughter Adulaido Thurston West Miss Corrinne Rumkel Princess Panama Williams Margaret Southern Goldstein FanstA Quincy Sawyer Tobe Vogols Minstrels Rudolph Adolph Oz Honeymoon Showmans Daughter Comedy Tenderfoot County Chairman Virginian Burgomaster Signature TREATMENT showing support remedy Confidential correspondence especially references THERAPEUTIC BroadwayN 23 LIVING II LaFamille Bruin Lectisson for VAULTINQ MILITARYincomparable ZOUAVES Mounting Preeminent Blueblooded St Whitesides WANTED Industrious man or woman as permanent representative of big manufacturing company to look after its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 20 money advanced Experience not es sential Enclose selfaddressed en Block Chicago 518t University School A Classical and Technological School Prepares for University or School of Technology Courses in English History Mathematics Ancient and Modern Languages Natural and Physical Science and Mechanics Manual Training and Drawing iu Preparatory and High School De partments Term open Sept 15 Send for catalogue 1047 Second street Louisville W H H G BROWNELLPrincipals j 512w 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE i TRADE MARKSI on Bonding a sketch and gIrnquickly ascertain our opinion free an Invention Is probably patentnMe Comraunlcv tlonsRtrlctlrcontldentlal on Patents tent free Oldest patents I Patents taken through Munn rtl receive tptttalnotlce without charge In the Scientific Hmerican 1culatlonFiUNNlee Z F at Washington d 6 THis tW ach that which It is unable to do for Itself even if but slightly disordered or overburdened Kodolsupplies l Juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while ll the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs rLikeI In the sky comes the star of health to the weak and weary desponI v dentdYSpeptlcI s t om m troubles ndj Kodol DyspepsiaC Your Dealer Can Supply timesthePrepared by E DeWITt For snie by J W Gayle drug gist COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidatefor reelection as County CoirJ Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52te- CANDIDATE FOE JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailor of Franklin comity r subject to tho notion of the Demo critic party at the primary 19ta FOR REPRESENTATIVE f Wo am authorized to anno Col E H TAYLOR Jr as i diclato for the office of Represc tive from Franklin county in next Legislature subject to action of the Democratic party 28 FOR RERPESEN PIV1 lWesubject to the action of tho Dom critic party 28te FOR COUNTY TORKJ We are authorized to announc WILEY C MARSHALL us a suliftoparty Dec JJM PicKling S i appotizingious pickle recipes depends on getting our kind of spices Mixed spices are now largely used and tho merit of these lies in proper combination of the various spices used and in strengthYou please not the mixedto sell kind We have theI excellent sort and all other pickling items as well 1 Corks fCurcuma Sealing Wax Paraffine etc The Gayle rSt n C 7wirt i I r OP L 1 Ifi rI 0 FLYER NO 1J e PREINJVENTORY AND IMPROVEMENT 8AlE IJ 1 Tiemenflous Cut in Prices on Dress Goods Ifflllinenj isA carthof rooks anti ryes 2eA paper for Pins 2eA yard for Vnl Lace 2eA roll for Cotton Tape 3eA spool for Clarks Thread 4eA box for Hair Pins 4eA duen for Safety Pins 4eA yard for Host Calico JOHNSON COf RELIGIOUSFIRST ZRov M B Adams tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in xrho chapel Homo Department and Bible Olnss Taught hy S E Hutton su Adults and invited to Baptist Young Peoples Union meet at 7 p m in the chapel Leader John Williams Robinson Topic The Sabbath Day Prayer nicotine on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in the chapel Visitors and everybody in the city invited to attend EISCOPAJJISunday August 28 1904 930 a m Sundayschool 111 m Sermon by the rector 730 p in Evening Prayer and address Wednesday 730 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 7f0 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take nltln these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will bo observed at 1080 a m No evening services- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor has adjourned until October 2d- Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic Jonathan The Unselfish Friend The Junior Endeavor Society had adjourned for the summer Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov Wm Orowq the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p n Prayermeeting Wednesday night ait 730 p m Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev JFnther Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass 10 a m 7304m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN McCluskvtpreach at 110 m No evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor 045 p Ali the young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 8 p m The public cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the pastor will preach at u m and 745 p m This will be Mr Nugents last 4Sabbath here A full attendance of members desired- Sundayschool at 945 a m J Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 n m nightJLEESTQWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin will preach at 780 p m QArl9T 0aEABears 8lgnaturo of A ins DR E O Specialist on Diseases of Children Office Dud esidonco above WEITZEL ODONNELL 813 Main St IEUJ1 Old 184 New 136 l J J Jt i SEE SOME OF OUR PRICES 5c For yardwide Brown Cotton 5c A ynrd for Apron Gingham 5c For yardwide Blenched Cotton 39c For Lisle and Silk Gloves worth 50c and GOc IOC for Silknline worth 12Ac 12 l2c for Silkaline worth loc Ask to see the new Henrietta Skirts from 99c up S D joinI PVespers ROEMELE ruIFAMILY REUNION At a reunion of descendants of Stephen and Martha Arnold held at J M Minors on part of the 12000 acres of land patented in 1792 by James John and Stephen Ar nold there were present on this August 25 1904 the following per sons Mrs M E Johnson Miss Sallie M Johnson GeoW Johnson Anita Johnson Geo W Johnson Jr L F Johnson Mary S Johnson Mary E Johnson W F M Johnson Benj Johnson Chris tine M Johnson Albert Sidney Johnson Eliza J Hearn Gee H Hearn Lou Owens Hearn Lucy B Sargoant Lizzie E Sargeant Bir die M Sargeant 1 ftf Minor Eliza J Minor Laura Minor Hearn Virgilia Redden Win Minor Wm Minor Jr Mary Minor Laura Minor Elizabeth Minor who are descendants of Sarah Priestly Arnold wife of Wm Johnson and Martha J Read Susan Read Martha Cardwell Thos Cardwell Alfred Cardwell Susie Lee Card well A B Road Jr Charles Miler Mamie Miller Ethel Miller W L Jett Major Jett Mattie Jett Brooks J J Brooks who are de scendants of Julia Arnold wife of Peter Jett and Sallie A Graves N B Smith Annie Smith Her bert Smith Mary L Smith G A Thomus Addie E Thomas L C Wallace Lou J Wallace Addle King James C Graves Eva Graves Anna Graves Elizabeth Graves Allie W Scott Allie J Scott Bottle Cole who are de scendants of Eliza Arnold and John Graves Stepien Arnold John Arnold Susie Arnold Mattio Paxton Rich Paxton Mary B Pnxtun Susio J Paxton Phil Arnold Fax ton Mildred Paxton Catherine Paxton and C E Redmon who aro descendants of Doddridge Ar nold and Edgar Hardesty Lily Hardesty Mattie Hardesty and Willio Campbell descendants of Elmira Arnold and her husband Joseph Willson and Lizzie Vaughn Mary Vaughn Ernest Vaughn Louise Vaughn Albert Vaughn Robert Vaughn Julia Yancoy Cordio Cardwell Jessie Cardwell Ed Cardwell Frank Cardwell de scendants of James Arnold and John Black former slavo of the family Total eightynine KNIGHT TEMPLAR CON CLAVE 5550 To California and Return via Motion Route Tho wonderfully low rateless than one faro for the round tripor 5550 from Louisville to San Fran oisuo and Los Angeles and return will ho established by the Motion Route and tickets will ho sold from August 15th to September 9th inclusive good returning until Octo Iintghtslentplarlrioanhll Monon Route will run a special through train from Louisville to San Francisco account of the Oo Molay Commandery which is open to the public leaving Louisville Saturday August 7th and on which no extra fare will ho charged For further particulars about special train or for rates and con ditions on other days address E H Bacon D Pi A Monon Route Louisville Ky td If you want Wall Plaster see Hammond Oo- 60lm tu t tt J 1f t i WILL OPEN AN OFFICE AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND ANN STREETS ON AND FOR 15 DAYS Will Do All Work For Cost of Material Only Re Gold FOR BY K j I a ETC 19c For Hoso worth 25tr 89c For yardwide Black Taffeta worth 125 Shell and Rubber Hair Pins lOc and lye per dozen Millinery at less than half price Advance sale on Outing Flannel 7liC For Outing Flannel worth lOc Outing worth 12J STREETFRANKFORT KY Grand Opening Offer THE CHICAGO Painless Dental Co Monday Sept 6th NOTIONS We make this that you may become rapidly and thoroughlyacquainted with our methods of doing high class dental work Our Prices September 6 Full of Teeth 5OO Bridge work 3OO Gold 35O Fillings 5Oc extracted Pain 25c ALL wORIC JRAIATZJSSS AND GtIARAA7TBBr CHICAGO PAINLESS DENTAL CO 31 OFFICES IN THE U S Frankfort Office Main cC Ann Streets Louisville Office 546 W Market St over Noonans groceryf Horse Timers- Chronographs Split Five Minute peaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Filled And SilverA SALE E 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler Ii 1 Ladies IOcFor Flannel MAIN great offer Until Set Crowns Teeth without Seconds WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MoKEE I The Yeoman Carriage Co r Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Vell and Favor ably Known to People of Franklin CountyI RIGHTLY MADEVehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than tnil tho printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy 1 yourself that this is so nnd that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every YThei1theoral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart atiments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor r us possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicle YEOMAN McKEE fOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY K 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 r HEADQUARTERS FOR ro eries CHINA fald pure W1isE yfFOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL USEGUARANTEED QUALITY Good Flour 0ur stroi Qsr specialty f JOHN DRISCOLLFrankfort Kentucky 1k J lT1I11f1I THE BIG SHOWS COMES FIRST FRANKFORT SATURDAY SEPT 3 1 JOHN ROBINSONS Presenting the Ideal Show of the Whole World MEPHISTO The wonder of the age in his sensa tional aweinspiring death defying un paralled act of CIRCLING THE LOOP IN AN AUTOMOBILE ADNA The only Lady Somer sault Rider on earth 40000 Herd of Performing Elephants Mighty Millionaire Menagerie 50 Cages and Gilded Dens 500 Horses 100 Shetland Ponies See the Band of Sioux Indians The Grand Biblical Spectacular Productionri KING SOLOMON AND THE QUEEN OF SHEBA 1000 Nell Women and Horses in the Cast JOHN ROBINSON COMING Now the Circus John Robinson the pioneer showman J of the country begins his eightieth year of successful circus history this yearAfter months of strenuous work by scores of skilled artists these mam rmoth shows will be seen in all their glory a credit to the master show mans mind To enumerate all the many new and extraordinary features this institution win otter UUHlt sircoing season would tire the reader butt one European card after a years ne gotlation has been secured that for hairraising deviltry and skill will never be forgotten by the auditor All the now famous loop propo sitions pal into insignificance when a compared with this the latest cycling the perpendicular loop act which is accomplished by a sullied performer who during the act is actually bal anced on the shoulders the entire ap paratus man and machine by an intrepid equilibrist whose sole ability t and skill keeps the pondrous plant in midair while the performer is mov ing the tide with the rapidity of lightningt either artist sway the mi nutest fraction from their respective positions the result might be ob livion for either one or both It required seventeen months to per fect this act and will be seen for the first time here with the Robinson F shows The street car service will be of such ample proportions as to enable every one to reach the show grounds see all the wondrous program and reach home at a civilized hour It would be atlvisible on account of the enormous crowds to bring the children to the afternoon shows where seenIspectfully suggested t The performances begin at 2 and 8 HERR 5OIIMITsr lIer1Ifort Saturday September 3 DELIGHTFUL Mr Gorge Penn of the Steadman town neighborhood has placed us dellIclousMr Penn will please accept our thanks and that of our force CatchingL on to public favor It seems to be A noticeable increase in sales of Painkiller comes from golf districts The reason for this is clear as Perry Da vis Painkiller is the oldest and best remedy extant for sprains strains bruises and soreness all of which are of common occurrence either in vig orous play or through accident Everywhere the standard liniment and balm PATENT GRANTED TO FRANK FORT MAN A dispatch from Washington on Tuesday states that Mr Robert Ueltschi had been granted a patent for a draft mechanism for vehicles Ueltshcl was accidentally killed by the cars about two months since JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and Examiner Late Sec 8 Trwis Pus lodge Turnpike Co Will furnish abstracts of title and inIby infant heirs outstanding con tracts mortgages or suits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi dents Correspondence solicited Special attention given to Pea Ridge 443m I ON 1115 WEIGHING q SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentmky Their main source is the livor and all tho fine spirits over made in tho Blue Grass State could not remedy a had liver or the ill effects it pro duces You cant have good spirits and a had liver at the same time Your liver must ho in Inc condition if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of stop vigorous and successful in your f1mrsuits You can nut your liver in fino condition by using Trrtn rii7TlTt iYi nn Irenti est of all medicines for the livor and stomach and a certain cure 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 ofII good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles he- At all druggists lyr Bears the CYCLE DAZZLE liundredandono GAgTORYA A BETTER THAN GOLD II I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nor vous debility 1 writes F J Green Electric Bitters which did mo more good than all tho medicines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters aro just splendid for female troubles that they are n grand tonic and invigorator for weak run down women No other modicum guaranteed by all druggists t OLD TAYLORt THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY 0I i1rH TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky itw rt J 2 4 ti i J GRAND FREE TEN BIG SHOWS f 1 j Three Hundred Prodigious and Phenominal Performers 5110ULDEI3A IGOOD remedyhelped familyTry tci1iaiii 3Q0000 STREETi PARADE t Five bands of Music Fife and Drum I Corps Chime of Bells 50 Cars and I Gilded Dens 29 Tableau Oars 12 Traps 300 Thoroughbred Horses 60 Minia ture Ponies Steam Caliope drawn by 40 Ponies and driven by one man felectricTwo performances daily rain or shine Reserved seats can be secured by tele phone connected with ticket wagon dailyS r Low rate excursions on all railroads trulybeThere was a groat deal of the exhibit and everything shown was of tho highest degree of r and up to an exacting standard 1hocircus moro than mado good all that is promised halfituntiretlmuuagerfeironic triumph Jo r w l Tile State Co11ee of Keiltileky h LEXING rONJ KY 1Ils thefollowingiricflljnathcmatical log electrical en engineergnieoruig J providedlendingseparate faculty The general faculty numbers nearly fifty professors nndiinst uctors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel nnd light anti if they remain ten months traveling expenses comprehensiveRndThe legislature appropriated 60000 for a college homo for young tvomen nod 80000 for drill hall rued gymnasium for mono Both building are oem pleted and in use Military tactics and soiouce are fully provided for ns ro quired by congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positionsr ofthaeachdepartmentengineering nod instruction in science TIll State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto tho title ofocol 1sensefences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by electricityAn to them of a thorough education in classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic meta uffMt1KentuckyFor appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of mlmiHtdon apply to JAMES K IATTERSON Ph D LL D Or to D CFRAZEE Uusinew Agent Lexington Ky 1904asirY 1JIjo IUF Z 1 Jl A SIJMMER COLD tuuiuyinnwill be tho probable result by fall One Minuto Cough Juro clears tho phlegm draws out the Inflamma tion heals soothes and strengthens tubesIremedy for the children It is pleasant to tho taste cud perfectly harmless A certain mire for byJij itfk ti f t 441 COMBINED SELF PROTECTION nllrttory Davis when you link for it peiHUSdesoil tottingPnlnlllIt1bton tho worlds family doctor for stopdinirhon 3toLargo tJlvisu l si5ar11