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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffIri rI mmmn t I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT li GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS ThurS 100 In Advance 11 YOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 6I905 NO 35 71 TAN OXFORDS ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON I ITHE IIshoethe feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad Iiiion sailor tie Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted l soles medium heel and toe r Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe h 350 300 300 tLaird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is 1agreat seller extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va rietv of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear j The southern tie is ftI 4 t Queen Quality Tan Oxfords t withttiflexible soles Prices 1light 250 and Ii Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the lswcountry They are unequalled in any respectbut especially in daintiness qualitiesQueenIF espec ially in the point of comfortable fit and we carry a large enough variety tinboth lines to insure a pleasing selection and perfect fit f t R K McCLURE SON 212214 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky I ANKLE CRUSHED While riding a fine horse on Monday afternoon at the corner of Main and St Clair streets the animal slipped and fell catching his riders Mr John P9 Hostet ter ankle and crushing the same Drs S E James and J L Price 1rendered surgical attention Mr Hostetter has recently moved to this city from his farm in the county and resides at 104 Fourth Avenue South Side REVENUE TAXES FOR APRIL Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts collected the following inter nal revenue taxes for the month of April 2452 barrels 94606210 tax gallons 10406082 amount of tax When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Bitters Cures dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system lr Ji The welt oxfords 3 NEW RESIDENCE Mrs George Yagel is having a neat twostory residence erected upon the lot on High street purchasedfrom ELECTED SPONSER Miss Spicie Belle South the accomplisheddaughter was selected as Sponsor for Thos B Monroe Camp Confederate Veterans on Monday to repre sent this Camp at the Confederate Reunion in Louisville next month BUYS BUSINESS HOUSE AND RESIDENCE Mr Ohas Marshall has pur chased the business house and residence of Mrs Mary Frazier corner Lewis and Broadway streets r I i ht 1Jt n f C 5 FROM THE NAVY RECRUITS Dear FriendsI have been going some all the time ever since I left 10tit all right Please excuse all bad writing for my pencil is about two inches long They say stamps are very scarce If that is the case I can not write very man times but I will try to let you al know where I am all the time The receiving boat Iam on is about 500 feet long and 80 fee high A large man of war i within 800 feet of us I have got so much to say I dont know what to say first CHAS SHEETINGER 0REW 1 II njijTt BUYS FARM The farm of Mr W S Caplin ger located below Leestown on byMrDuvall for 1600 The farm is verylowPAYS INSURANCE Mr C A Nelson of Frankfort Tent RecorderIMaccabees has received for 8000 from the corder of that Order with which upontheThis is quick work and reflects great credit upon that ordor It is only two weeks since Mr Choate died and now Mr Nelson has paid the insurance money DAUGHTERS OF THE CON FEDERACY TO MEET There will be a meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy this afternoon at 8 oclockat the residence of Mr E L Samuel on St Clair Street A full at tendance of the members is re quested- N S COX Secretary IA SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is KodollDspepsiaural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing inIflamedallowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by J W Gayle TAKEN TO GEORGETOWN IMr Caleb Powers was taken Louisville to Georgetown on Tuesday passing through this city over the L h N R RIGOT THERE ELI Our friend Mr Clarence E Woods was nominated by the Democratic primary on Friday as the candidate for Mayor of the- city of Richmond cleverIfellowanum one Heres lookin at yer old pard LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver endingMayAmgeine Signore Nicola Bennett Miss Nannie Borer Supt Bishop Bum- tBoughter W DL Bree kin ridge Morrison Cook Charles Cook Bob- Doulborlr Mrs Mnude MargaretDerelmrt Evans Millie R Fanner Mrs Annie Gibson Alex Gregory J H Intnun Frank Morton Al C Mounts Will 12 Olvor Mrs Tom e 1Ponder A D John Roberts Nealie Smith Dr J P 2 Smoot Miss Lizio BenniesLucyTaylor 2 Temples Miss Ollle Towles J9W Wells Chris- Whitesldes O W Wiley Miss Cordle Yount Idia Persons calling for the above letters will please Bay advertised E M DRANE P M Jib f J- J HALF PRICE Great Bargains i- nLadies Tailor Suits One lot of Suits that are new stylish and highly tailored have been placed on sale at justHalf of OriginalPrices There is no reason WilY you should not own a Tailor Made Suit when you can buy one at a great deal less than Wholesale Cost You should investi gate today iAfrom all perfectly tailored SergePanama l values at 450 500 andt750 Shirt Waists New styles of pretty Silk and Sheer Lawn Waists dailyVevalues at 75c and upward- sFmbroideries r Dont forget the sale that is now going on LKagi BroltJ- LANOTHER LOST CAUSE HERO DIESI Gen Fitzhugh Lee U S A retired was stricken with apo plexy while en route from Boston to Washington City on Friday of last week and died in the latter nightI the high honor of haying served in three wars and MajorGeneralof dying a General on the retired ArmyHeorable man in all the relations of life and met the last enemy without fear He did as much to assuage the bitterness left by the civil war as auyon man inwt11e country and lived to see that country one and indivisible Peace to his ashesI Tl1 A DISASTROUS CALAMITY It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your be ricause indigestion and constipation PromptreliefNew Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and headache dizziness colic pation etc Guaranteed at oureIdrug btoresj 25c 1II Crutcher SimpsonsH We are too well known in Frankfort and vicinity to make explanation for anything we do We always do as we advertisei AI Talking MachineR- Y TREE CRUTCHES l PERSONAL Uy Mr Top LeComptp of Lexing 1 ton was in the city or Wednesday Mr Clarence Julian went to Lou 4Eisvflle Tuesday Mr L Brent Greene tins returned Itom a visit to Maysville Mr G Allison Holland of Emi nonce was hero Tuesday Mr D B Waloutt and family r Sinve returned to this city to reside Prof J H Fuqua has returned from a trip to Mallard county Mr Otis B Crutoher of Lexing c ton was here Mondays Mrs John R Walters visited rel satives at Newport this week Mr E L Samuel went to Louis vllle on Tuesday morning Mr John P Hanley spent Sunday in Lexington Mr John D Griffin spent Sunday Sn Louisville MX Jus W Hedilen of Mr Ster ling was here Saturday Mr Walter Crady visited his child in Larue county Sunday Mr Richard Godson was in the oity Saturday on legal business Mr R G Higdon and wife visited relatives at Owensboro this week Mrs Russell A Baker and son have gone to Louisville to reside Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday in Joffersonville Ind Mr H C Dunigan of Shelby ville was in the city this week Mr O C Kenney and wife visited relatives in Owen onuuty this week visitingfriends Mr Jas H Settle of Owenton was in the city on yesterday Mr L H Lawson of Williamson Va was n visitor here this week Senator Geo 11 Farris of Lan castor was in the city Wednesday Messrs W W and Alvin D Jott spent Sunday at home Mr John J McHenry of Louis ville was in the city Wednesday Mr Henry Liudsey of Newport visited relatives here this week Mrs Owen W Thomas of Louisville visited horn Wednesday Mrs C E Collins visited rela tives in Lexington this week Mrs Walter G Chapman attended the funeral of Maj Lewis Castle man ut Lexington Tuesday daughterItMr T B Harrison Jr district I ttornerof the L N R R was Tuesday LibertyIthis week ICntCnheJl B Bullock attended the funeral of Maj Lewis Castle znan at Lexington Tuesday Judge W C Hermlon and wife wont to Lexington to attend the funeral of Maj Lewis Castleman Mr Herbert Cudgell of Mt Eden has accepted a position in the Roundabout Office- Miss Laura Pepper has returned YHRev J McClusky Blayney D D went to Louisville Tuesday morning Mrs Geo W Wilder and son of Paris visited her mother Mrs Jore Long th week Mrs W J Seottow was called to Hatton on Sunday by the illness of her mother Miss Mary ScottoW has taken a position as Teacher at the Louis while Baptist Orphans Home t Here is our oreat offer coupon boughtJ3000 goods we tive you FREE a Graphophone and with every additional 500 worth we give FREE Bee Moulded Record noted for fullness tone and sweetness of music We reserve the right to discontinue this great offer June 1st We want yon to call and inspect out full line of New Spring Novelties in all Mens and Boys High Grado Ji Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats All styles and fabrics Prices always right at our store Get the habit of our clothes It is a good habit and wears well iciT II IMiss Mary Keith Miles of Lex spent Sunday here the guest of her parents Judge J H Hazelrigg attended circuit court at Georgetown Thurs dayMr John P Selbert went to Cin cinnati on Wednesday on a busi ness trip Dr E C Roemole went to Louis ville yesterday to deliver a lecture in one of the medical colleges B Mr Nat Stone and Mr Tomy fcjchoborth of Versailles attended county court mere Monday Mr Elliott Ford of Georgetow College sport Sunday here th guest of his grandmother- Mrs W H Hoge and children who hMo been visiting relatives at Winchester have returned home Mr Paul Collins of Central Uni versity visited his parents Dr J S Collins and wife this week Hon Saml E DeHaven Senator from Oldham county was here tliis Rex Cornelison of Owings ville visited Mr A C VnnWinkle Shelby street this week = Mrs Henry Roy has joined her husband in Lexington where they will reside in the future Mr Fred Austin of Millville N J visited his father Mr Frank Austin this week Miss Mattie McClure and Mrs Bernard Grainer visited friends in Louisville Thursday Mr Edwin Kagin of Central University at Danville was here this week Mr Chins R McDowell of Danville attended the Court of Appeas Wednesday Mrs J P Hostetter visited her daughter Mrs Drake In Lexing ton this week Mr Robert Crutcher of Louis ville visited his sister Mrs H F Keller this week Mr J Swigert Taylor and wife visited Hon Sol VanMeter end wife in Fayette county this week Mrs Lula B Longmoor Mr W W Loncmoor and safe returned Friday from Florida Mrs D W Lindsay Jr has re turned from a visit to her parents in Pepper visited 11 r sister Mrs Chas D Clay near Lexington Mr Leslie Lane has gone to the Confederate Hone at Pewoo Val ley Hon D L Thornton and daughter Miss Janetta of Versailles were in the city Saturday Mr C P Chenault of Bath coun ty was the guest of Judge J H Hazolrigg this week Mrs R M Trumbo visited her daughter Mrs M T Wood in Lexington this week Mrs Belle Sanders Allen of De troit Mich who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville was the guest of his parents To Joe L Rodman and wife this W O Bullock of Lexing ton who was the guest of relatives here this week left for home Tues day night Mrs John Gaines has returned home after a weeks stay with her parents Mr Quincy Metts and wife of Forks of Elkhorn Mrs M B Adams and son Charles left Monday for Mason county to visit her parents Mr A K Marshall and Mr J B Lewis of this office silent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his cousin Mr Jas A HodgesMrs Joe Yates and Mrs T Stuns of Stamping Ground who have been guests of Judge J H Polsgrove have returned home J thAne1The that your dinner table f is perfectly correct in its appointments can be Irealized if you have a service of 835 R I Wallace Silver Plate w With every purchase we give a J amount of purchase and when YOU have of Gold of wearing Jr Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT hen you build a nice use green lumber Our LUMBER is seasonedHammond CO CLOSING OUT TO DRY GOODS BUSINESS W T READING SON- We must have our entire line of Dry Goods and Notions old by June U nnd to do so we have marked tocot and below cost must go and nothing reserved We must have ill his lino disposed of by June L so we we can have our tore route remodeled and ready fur our new business Do not put oil buying too late ns the best things al wnvs go lirt Half Price SaleWt will Put on sale Monday May 8th Lawns Organdies nnd Dimities at just halt their real value Tills is n chance in a life time to buy your summer chests at the beginning of the season at Half Price Clime early before the stock is picked over W TReading Son 0 315 BROADWAY OPPOSITE OLD CAPITOL t 11f I WITH I I 1 lt II FOR BIC OFFER I ABSOLUTELY departments uptodate V VirginiaMiss house dont QUIT everything Everything ivnythinir IIKILLTHK c Or Kings 11 New Discovery ONSUMPTION OUGI1S and OLDS BOc Price 100 IFree Trialiand Quickest Cure for all ISurest and LUNG TROUB or MONEY BACK UJ1 Mr Geo F Berry and wife Mrs Cornelia Bush and Master Goo A Bush visited Hon W L Cnnnon and wife at Midway this week Mr Jap H Dryden and son Henderson of Hamilton Ohio visited his father Mr John B Dryden this week t Mr J Smith Hays and wife of Winchester who have been guests of Gen N B Hays and wife have returned home Mr H H Reynierson former member 6f the Legislature from Washington county was here Mon day Mrs E D Kemper of Owen county is visiting her daughter Mrs L T Minish No 635 Todd Street ofIKy spout last Sunday with his brotherinlaw Dr L T Minish Mr Udolpho Sneod and wife of Louisville who have been guests r of Mrs W E Bradley have re i turned home Mrs M L Campbell Mrs Sarah McKee Miss Jennie McKee and Mr B W MoRery visited friends in Covington this week Miss Lily Benckhardt of Lexington who has been the guest of her sister Mrs A J Lynch has re turned home Miss Mary Shaw of Hamilton College Lexington spout Sunday hero the truest of her parents Mr Gel C Shaw and wife Mr Wesley K Cardwell of Har rodsburg who was the guest of his daughter Mrs J Morgan Chinn hits returned home Mr R C Bann of Now York City Assistant Treasurer and sistant Secretary of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co was here this week iyMiss Nellie Orliison of Woodford county who has been spending the t winter in California was the guest of her uncle Mr Geo F Berry a at Juniper Hill this week Mr John W Berry man of Ver sailles and Mr C M Berryman 4 iif Washington City were guests of their sister Mrs W S Posey on Sunday Capt Will Wilder of the L N R R awl Capt Geo W Wilder of SundayIMiss Eugenia Cooper of Coving ton Miss Mary Lawrence Olaxton- of Owenton and Miss Mary Louise Chambers of Warsaw wore guests of Miss Anna Abbott corner Shel by ond Second streets this week Mrs W H Kidd and little daugh ter Elise left Wednesday for Mem phis Penn to join her husband who is traveling for the Frankfort Silos Co and will travel with him to Florence Alabama where she will visit friends for several weeks Col Richard Morris who wentto St Louis Mo tq bring his son Mr Gavin Morris home has re turned Mr Gavin Morris is doing as well as could be expected He is at his fathers place In tho couu try Miss Anna Abbott avo a most pleasant tea on Tuesday afternoonrto meet Misses Chambers Claxon and Cooper Mrs Weislger Lind sey served the ices and Mrs J S Collins the chocolate Miss Ab alsobyherby her guests x jj OUTING FOR MAY Tlio army that knows hew shoot is the army that crosses theI enemys trenches and we rejo- iceRto read in May Outing that marks i men are being made of our Militia and Regulars Lieutenant Frank E Evans tells of the contests at Creedmore which are fast inspiring our mon to become crack shots His photogrlr3 are most real istio No monocles or flapping oftfaces with one eye on the ever changing wind and another on the small dots of white in the level distandec boat is no mere play thing the fisherman has taken fashions toy and adapted it to his needs An article by H P Bur chel shows us what an important place this craft has won in our cast industries Perhaps you know what a Sela I dang is and perhaps you do not but by the time you have finished J Caspar Whitneys account of the quest he made for this dangerous Malayan beast you will have a 1wholesome respect for the animal and for the two adventurers who penetrated the jungle searching for him They also found in the t jungle an insidious fruit that has F n strange amorous effect upon all who eat it and is so coveted by man and beast that it is the cause i of many a fight A widely differ t ent phase of human life is treated by Clifton Johnson in his account of the Cotton Patch Life of Ton t by a score of Inessee illustrations that give us a most intimate view of the cabin life of this section The German is not afraid to play when he is 4r not working no matter to what age or dignity he has attained and he plays in the way that does him the must good In the Gos pel of the Turn Verein Ralph Paine gives an appreciative ac i count of the great movement for r health and happiness which has spread through a large part of our all this interIesthelpful articles brim full of new ideas for those who wish to lead r an active outdoor life The ad vantages of camping on sandbars near the senhow to build a cheap boat by that master of out door craft Dan Beard Hints for the Spring fisherman and your t lawnSoL Maynard tells you just what to do to make it perfect whether it be old or new Nay l you must look far indeed before you find another magazine so filled f i with the spirit of coming summer as May Outing cc Formosa Tip Silk bestw50c are Large offering of Skirts that are new in design for wearing with ShirtWaists We have just received a large shipment of the newest effects in Skirts in Mohairs Panamas and Light Colored Suitings 500 special in Mohair Panama or Light Woolens worth 600 to 800 our special price 500 800 and 1000 Silk Panama or Voile Skirts fine quality highly Tailored COMMENCEMENT DRESSES It f HAVe always Jeen a special point with us this year we are better prepared than ever In White Goods and Trimmings 15c Persian Lawn nice sheer quality worth 20c WASHJ3HIFFON BATISTE MULLS FRENCH LAWNS AND ORGANDY Ac AlHthe right materials at right prices SILK SPECIAL 69c Solid Colors Checks and fancy effects worth 90c to 100 f fjht MOHAIRS Make nicest Summer Skirts see our 50c 75c and 100 quality f BIRTHS GALLEHUE At the Forks of Elkhorn on Saturday night to Mr James E Gallehue and wife a sonNAZORIn this city on Sun day to Mr Arthur W Nazor and wifea son- VVIARD In this county on Wednesday to Mr Murray Wiard and wIfea daughte- rHERRELLIn this county on Tuesday to Mr John Herrell and wife twinsa boy and a girl You can buy a tallor made suit for less than cost at C KAGIN BROS BEATHS CASTLEMAtf In St Louis Mo on Sunday Major Lewis Castleman aged about 76 years Major Castlemans wife was Miss Susan Mary Herndon of this city She with two sons survive himThe remains were brought to his old home at Lexington for interiiientGAINESAt his home onthe Peaks Mill pike on Tuesday night Mr James Gaines aged 68 years Mr Gaines was a member of a large and influential family He leaves three brothers Mi John W Gaines of this city Mr W T Gaines of Eddyville and Mr A Q Gaines of Allegheny City Ponn ono sister Mrs F M Shelton of this county jthreo sons Mr Boman S Ira and Elliott Gaines and two daughters Mrs Jeff Lewis and Miss Dora Gaines to mourn his death He was a consistent member of Bethel Baptist Church Rev John H Burdin his pastor con ducted the funeral services from the home on Thursday morning after which the remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemeteryBACK TO ITS OWN The famous old Lexington race track was reopened this week with a blaze of glory The at tendance upon the races was all that could bo wished for and the races run fully up to expectation New records were made Lexington without her races is like the play of Hamlet with Hamlet out Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroys them S FARMER THE WOMANS CLUB The Mepting of Directors of the Womans Club wilt be held at the Club rooms Saturday May 6th at 8 oclock- A full attendance is requested as this meeting of officers precedes the last business meeting of the club year The Woman Club will meet Monday May 8th at 8 oclock at the Club room at which meet ing the delegates to the State Fed eration will be elected and other business of importance will be transacted hence a full meeting is requested PEA RIDGE Born April 29 to Church Den nis and wife a son Welcome little stranger ILittle Georgie Dennis is still ill She is a bright pretty little girl and it seems pitiful that she should have to suffer so much sickness and pain Our one Confederate soldier Mr J P Tracey attended the meetingof the old Confederates at the Courthouse last Monday Miss Goldie Sudduth and Miss Emma Dennis were the guests of Miss Edith Edge recently Miss E Edge was the guest of Miss Emma Dennis last Sunday weekMiss Goldie Sudduth has been the guest of her sister Mrs Blanche Dennis this week Ve were sorry to hear of the sudden and serious illness of Mrs Fount Hulett at her residence in Choateville We all hope she will soon recover as she will be greatly missed among Churoh and Sun dayschool workers The country is at its prettiest just now The trees in full leaf the spring flowers in full bloom and a bright prospect for plenty of fruit Sundayschool at Choateville every Sunday evening at 8 oclock Everybody invited Mr Walker Chambers of Lex ngton has bought the Miss Ann Tracey farm also the land ad joining belonging to the Crutcher heirs who have just come of ago He has his family already domiciled We welcome this family as a most agreeable addition to our neighborhood- Mr Samuel Lacefield and wife wore the guests of Mr Dave Lace fie HIof Frankfort one day week thisI rAyLoITHE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky fj style EXCEPTIONAL Are the values In our Lace Department now Economy is the watchword here and on new goods it that 50e per yard Snowflake Drapery for portlers etc 100 to 250 Snowflake Striped Curtains just the thing for Dining rooms and Halls 100 and 125 Striped or Figured Muslin Curtains worth 50c pair more 150 Bobinet Curtains very neat and cool looking 150 Nottingham Curtains attractive styleCurtainsALL EYES TURNED Toward House cleaning and when you get Into It you find the oldicarpets and mattings or rugs are so much worn as to require re placingAt small cost you can make the Home brighter and happier for member of the family You fail to do the best for yourself if you miss the special values we show you All wool Ingrain Carpets 50c China Mattings Extra Quality 15c and 25cIRugs Art Squares all sizes THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAXING HIS qHurriedeating has ruined many a mans proIcessbalks the organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at toe ex pense of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It the diseased germs and poisons and affords them fun play inviting some serious illness qIn families where August Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and and blader affec tions No wellregulated family should remedyQTwodruggists a SON LOST IUTHERI Consumption runs in our fam ily and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid of pastfiveest of a Cough or Cold I have DiscoveryforConsumptimm me serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he learned that xwglectedest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guaranteed at all druggists OALIITWO ROUTES TO FORXIAI Via Rock passengers have choice of two routes with attractions all their own Through the Rockies by way of Denver and Salt Lake City or through the Southwest by WIlY of New Mexico and El Paso Some like one some like time other Roth are good Tourbt sleepers daily via both Low rate oneway tickets on sale from March to May 15 Apply to your home ticket agent or get lit erature and information from Sebastian Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago C N 0 II JIB IttlE SOUTH No21 1JI8 520 9OJ 61- 911rn lUOl 700 8OCIAuk1n 011I II II 40AVCaheloytll scorn Brand stand for andfit Curtain Ruffled Ruffled unusually every locks sign from John INeI Waists FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY IDenver Col one way 2425 round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 T one waysy1815 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chickasha I T one way 1880 round trip 2850 Tulsa I T one way I640s round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one wwyv 1670 round trip 2085 ny1fIEl Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 85 80 San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above o2rkMarch 21 and round trip Home ands121stpoints in the West and Southwest complttainformntion C T A Louisville Ky oc ad dress T W Crews T P A Lexington Ky C H Hungerford D P Ah Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis Missouri td Neglected colds make fate graveyards Dr Woods Norway Pico Syrup helps men und women to a happy vigorous old a- geSTRONG H at at IUmll or Again i 3 what Mrs Lucy- vallofTiltonGa said after Kodol takin2jCure Hundreds iofotherweak r women are being restored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take Indigestion causes nearly all sick that women have It deprives system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to 1 women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia CureJ kytosome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour r risings belching heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You EatrDollar bottUkl i2f much the ant it the ness tho rrlprred rt the Lab torrorECDeWltt- CoChlcateoUBA A 1I MForgist ASK FOR THE 1905 1A NAC AND 200 YEAR THeFranKfonaouadaoaiii Entered at the postotHco at Frankfort Kerr tucks as secondclass mailablc matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 6 1905 lF MOTION MADE TO TRANSFER POWERS CASE TO U S COURT In the Circuit Court at George town on Tuesday the attorneys for Hon Caleb Powers moved to transfer the case to the U S Court for the Eastern District of KentuckyJudge Stout called a special pOBtfonAdaction time In the meantime the petition which is a very ably drawn and adroit paper will be presented to Judge A M J Cochran U S District Judge and a motion made to have the order of transfer made Should Judge Cochran grant the petition the case will come up for trial at the next sitting of the tl S Court which will be held in London this month BRILLIANT LAWYER DIES Hon Theodore Hallam one of Kentuckys musts brilliant yet erratic lawyers died on Wednes day at St Elizabeths Hospital in Covington He was a singular charactergenial and winning at times and agaur as sarcastic and f bitter as a man could well be He made many warn friends and equally as tAi enemies IMPORTANT DECISION The Court of Appeals on Tues day decided that county judges and other officers holding exam ining trials are entitled to the fee of 2 whether the grand juries indicted the parties afterwards or notHeretofore it has been held under act of the Legislature that the failure to indict by the s grand jury cancelled the exam ining officers fees MOTOR CAR THROWN FROM TRACK The motor freight car of the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co loaded with whisky from the Stagg Co distilleries was over turned near the penitentiary on Tuesday by the caving in of an excavation causing the track to sink The car was badly wrecked HAND CUT a Little Miss Blanche Tobin daughter af Mr Richard Tobiu ran her hand through a glass door r at the residence ot her father on Ewing street and that member was badly out Surgical atten tion was gives and she is doing welsh it 1 J ttiBbLlt SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion i you know what you want the man knows you ought to have It Dont be surprised though If you are offered something Iss Wines cordials extractsr 9 etc of cod Kver oil are plenti ful but dont Imagine you are i getting carf liver oil when you take themrfevery year for thirty iWftW years weve been increasing iI the sales of Scotts EmulsionI v Why Because It has always better than any substitute l 1font Send for free sample rr b BOWNE Chemists t 4arlStreet New York V 100 All druggists Jr ExcessOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeennthroat discomfort trom on side and smothering spells at night when the sufferer has to tit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who leel symptoms and who do not understand their mcanln should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection theheartdueithiaktoexceulyesmokingOn to begin a coarse of treatment which in Miles Heart Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver PUts together- with etc I faithfully followed the- directioDSliyen and am pleased to say that cure permanent fore beginning the use of your I was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly severe around the heart times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to breath and for the time it stoppedbeatlniin KY case I can cheerfully Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELtJAHHALL fintbotticM Nervous and Heart Diseases Addnttt Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad INTERNAL REVENUE AS SIGNMENTS The following are the assignments of revenue officers for the month for May in the Seventh District of 1 Willium Tarr Co Lexing tonJohn T Gunn day duty W F Cro han additional and bot tling A G Leonard gauger 2Kentucky River Distillery FrankfortJ M Burbridge day J M Stevenson additional meal room C H Wiokliffe addi tional J W Jewett additional L R Diggs night F D Clark and S A Powell gaugers 8H E Pogue Distillery Co Maysville Oscar Grigsby day J S Wallingford additional and bottling J G Barnett addi tional meal rocm C T As bury laight L M Gaffin gauger 4W A Gaines Co Frank fort W B Anderson day T J Craig meal room B S Drake additional Amos Griffith addi H Dotson additional RobIinsonH T Gaines gaugers 5J E Pepper Co Lexing tonW G Dunlap day A V Combs addi ional P H Feeney meal room J R Sams addi tional and bottling D B Eas ley night D C Berryman and T H Shelby gaugers 6Poyntz Bros Co Maysville W C Slye storekeepergaug- er9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day duty P H Davenport additional Henry Newson additional P P Par rish bottling W T Crosthwait gauger 10 Peacouk Distillery Co KisertonrW W Cherry day C L Hough additional P J Hutchcraft gauger I1S C Herbst Frankfort W D Blanding day A B Piper additional and bottling C N Wiard gauger 14G G White Co ParisJ- M Walker lay N A Moore additional D C Berryman gauger 17Old McBrayer Distillery Co Mt SterlingSpeed F Owen day P D Wells additional and bottling J R meal room J A Stephens night JaB A Eastin gauger 24J H Rogers Co Mays villeH G Holiday day F W Harting additional L M Gafiin gauger82E M Babbitt Versailles C H Talbot day P G Powell additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 88George Baker Frankfort R Strauss day E B Davis meal room P S Rule addi tional L F T Steele night John Stephanski gauger 87 John Cochran Co Frankfort W A Hamilton day C H Morgan additional G P McCann meal room J G Braw f nor additional and bottling John T Green Jr additional J R Spiers night J E Hanralmn gauger 4UJ E Pepper Co Yar nallton T E Oldham store keeperganger 50111 Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeper gauger 5Lubrot Graham Frank fortH S Bell day G T Mont joy additional J T Berry addi tional and bottling S D Pin kerton gauger 58L H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort W S Lyne day J M Fraley additional B F Fan nin meal room D Harp addi tional W L Baker bottling R D Grant night C N Wiard gauger91J M Saffell Frankfort E F Darnaby day A W Nazor additional and bottling John Simpson additional FD Clark gauger 92A J Conn Son Lime stoneE W Lane storekeeper gauger 96J N Blakemore Franktortt Buckner McElroy day duty Chilton Osborn additional J H Murray meal George S Green night W M Saffell gauger 105 Mullins fe Crigler Stamp ing GroundS P Willis store keepergaugero106W A Gaines fc Co FrankfortL L Lemaater day R H Whittington additional J M Tanner meal room W P Bacon additional J O Kash bottling G W McConnell addi tional J H Smoot night E Craig H T Gaines and T L Mo Connell gaugers USG T Stagg Co Frank fortC M Kash day I T West additional Z J Phelps additional J L Cox bottling G T Scearce meal room D E Reid night Letcher Lusby John Stephanski gaugers 880J D Lewis CaneyJ M Patrick storekeepergauger 882T J Mason Isonville H M Hutohinson storekeeper gauger840Robert Fulton Culver Rolla Fannin storekeepergauger 841 Harper Flanery Gimlet J C Holbrook storekeeper gauger848D 0 Williams Blaine C L Osborn storekeepergauger 845 Robert Ison Backbone J P Blair storekoepergauger Public Warehouses Lexington Public W H Co LexingtonF G Sparks and H S Foreman storekeeper gaugere General Storekeeper Gauger LexingtonZ F Elkin- Rectifiers Lexington J E Pepper Co Stoll Co The W J Smith Co R S Strader SonA G Leonard gauger Frankfort J P Williams John Stephanski gauger Maysville H E PogueL M Gaffin gauger TIME TRIED AND MERIT PROVEN One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing CoughI TO HAVE ADDITION TO SCHOOL BUILDING The Finance Committee of the City Council has agreed to recommend to that body the levy of the necessary 25 cents extra for the benefit of the Board of Education to enable that body to build the much needed addition to the pub lic school building on Second Street South Side 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CCftIOHT8aC Anyonaeendlogasketch and description maj qulcltl our w an Invention Is pfttentable Communlca ttonestrictly oonftdenUI HAND800ilonPatente sent tree Oll1eat enc for curtq nt Patents taken through eurtf8reoeafleyuW actin wlthoate Scientific Jlmmcatt handsomelr tttoitrated weeks Larsreat cir scientific carnal Terms a haeadelenPUN Pleasant to take Laxative t rorpINATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION1f f i v Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness 7 Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you dp nnot like it better thai any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze YOu- rWTindows I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and cn interest you as to price and quantityF FRANK G STAGG Jt Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EPFE01IVE OCT 16 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND IDaU7 Kx 11DaI17 I8 IDally Ex Band LeaTeI AJl AM PM 0 1010 I 005 W 836 20 Winchester 20 083 68 tt 918 Clay 887 I 488 t 406 928 N Btanton 480 486 9M Natural Bridge 801L 401 449 62 Torrent t 747 847 51 Beattyville Junction 796 898 Q15 1099I gaJ80ks 625 286 Trains No 3 and connect at O K Junction with the O K for Oannol 01t8pd local points on that line Trains No1 and 4 connect at Beattyville Junction with t By for Trains No and 8 connect with the 0 By at L K Junction for lit Sterling and local station 1JB BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager qP A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO 84 DailyKx INoBundI Btatlonb Wi No 83 DailyEx Dail7Ex tlNo8J It IAMIIt tttTILexington jIA Ms Lye P M Lye A M AjIPMAr o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 926 280 O K Junction 886 1L30 I 168 Wilhurst 417 1162 U8t 162 Hampton 480 1168 c 122 Lee 610 1222 19 10I 123 Hetochawa 618 1228 l1roI 105 Cannel City 645 1246 27 foryNoa and will make close connection at O a K Junction with Nag 8 and 4 4 points on the Lexington and Ealteru RailwayM L OONLEYt8uperiatendent IWUTTE HosieryFans iankerchiefs Our Prices are Alwnys Right someYt beautifulWhite Seeilian Dress Skirts At 6 7 and 8 eBOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS ofyJos 0 Hubbard a former mom ber of the Board to succeed Mr asca t Prof Hugh R McKee was re CitySchonlb sue7f was Principal of the Colored School The annual examination forv teachers certificates will be held June 16 and 17 The annual elec t tion of teachers will be held June 19 Mr L B Marshall was elected Secretary of the Board to succeed Mr W C Lutkemeier deceased Commencement week for the hf Frankfort Public Schools will come this term from the 12th to 16th of June and will usher in a hPeriod of happiness and gaiety for Ii i the little ones wearied with a hard ir seasons work The public is cordially invited Jito the exercises of the week exJthroughout the school will be on JGt displayMonday and Tuesday the Pri 11F INary and Grammar Grades will i4give their entertainments in the l c school chapel Tuesday evening the Junior Class of the High 1 School will render the following program at the Opera House ChorusClassi ChorusClassw l 5 DrillChildren from the t aGradesoff 6 Recitation t ChorusClassY8 Declamation 0 Tennysons Day Dreams Recitation and Tableaux Class Wednesday evening June 14th the Graduating Class will have t their closing exercises at the Opera House and the following givenof R Hudson GfYGouldEssay Miss Chinn r SoloMiss Kenney Recitation Miss Hamilton DuetMissesySolo Miss Tobin 14 OrationMr Hobson Address ChorusList the Trumpets Meyerbeer lti Presentation of the Gold Medal for SpellinR Dr U V Williams Presentation of the prize for a Biography from History Rev Wm Crow- eBenedictionRevf Wm Crowe Representatives chosen by the ClassMisses Chinn and Hamil iton and Mr Hobson q I THANK THE LORD r Cried Hannah Plant of Little got1t1soresilf and from which I had suffered for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for outs burns and wounds Guaranteed at all druggists 25c WHITE GOODS SALE Our White Goods Stock is complete we fire showing a beautiful assortment of white materials for Graduating and- Commencement Dresses Consisting of Chiffonet French Lawn India Linen French Nainsook Welfare full line of Trimmings Jpmbrpidery Ribbons Laces etc GRAS JSuccessor to Weltzel ODonnell A FRANKFORT GIRLS SUCCESS A friend received a letter from- a former Frankfort young lady thatiare just as plucky Miss Willie May Sanders in July 1908 left Frankfort and secured a place in the training de partment in the Hospital Nash ville Tenn where she remained one year then tooka similar position in Hannibal Mo and in March the iui adIvancetrained nurse and was immediately employed as superintend HospitalSedulia bed patients and nine surgical cases under her supervision and is filling the position most accept salaryHurrah buyingPERSIANFRENCH NAINSOOK and WASH CHIFFONS If them at C KAGIN A A BROSIMiss Maria Lindsey of this city is acquiring no inconsiderable fame as an authoress Her latest production which has just appeared in the April number of the Leslies Magazine is entitled Lions of Pleasureville is full of pungent wit and fun which is pointed at clubdom from a female standpoint It deserves a wide reading Wheneer you feel impending ill pillNoLike DeWitts Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc They never grineor sicken but impart lTly rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by J W GayleCHANGE IN CONDUCTORS The L N R R has made a new order in regard to the con ductors on the early morning ac commodation train to Louisville For a long time Capt Tom Powers had the train Now Capt PowersI Capt McsNabb and Wilder will take the train week about + WOOL DAYS We are requested by Mr H G Davis to say that Monday May 15 will be the day for him to re cieve the wool crops purchasedor to be purchased in Frankfort The next day May 16th will be the day to serve a like purpose to hisI patrons at Bridgeport He willI be at each as SALEIThe ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next doorI to Cassolls on Main street pies goodthingsOpen all day tf MousalineFrench EITZEL WOODMEN OF THE WORLD The first State Meeting of Woodmen of the World was held in this city on Wednesday There were some forty or fifty delegates in attendance The following officers were electedState CounselH P Summers of countyState C Hull of Pu countyState W M Hunt of countyState Judge H F countyDelegate Camp at Milwaukep WisClar countyDrcounty Alternate After the business was trans acted the delegates were shown delightfulbanquet Hotel at night Dr Wearers Treatment Bjrapfor the blood Cents for sloe ropticM RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Capital Tent No 28 K 0 T M of Frankfort Ky adopted the following resolutions of regretI and respect to the memory Brother Louis Garrett Choate Whereas Brother Louis Garrett Choate has obeyed the last sum mons of our Lord on Highwhose will it was to take him from the midst of his loving wife family and friends at large A gentle and loving spirit has joined the loved ones who have long since crossed the shadow of death where pain and sorrow no longer yonderbrightones he has left behind to the blessed land beyond- As a husbandand father he was loving affectionate and kind as painstakingand willing to help his fellowman as a member of this order he was performto the same Therefore be it Resolved That this lodge ten der to his afflicted widow children and grandchildren our sincere condolence and our earnest sympathy in their dark hours of trouble and sorrow and that a be to the bereaved familyand the local papers are requested to publish the same N B SMITH C A NELSON Frankfort Ky April 28 05 Dr Weavers Syrup aad Iterate BastMafoI tmtmeat for blood and ikln dlMMM Extra Values in WHITE GOODS for Commencement Dresses at CI KAGIN BROS BLUL GRASS Nurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by the Million Fruit and shade Small Fruits Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb and everything usually found at such an establishment We sell direct to agentsTreeapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 248m FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES National Assn of turers Atlanta Ga ManUfaCj Round trip 1200 May 1415 Final limit May 20 National Travelers Protective Assn of America Savannah Ga May 1628 Round trip 1880 Dates of sale limit May Kentucky 26ISomerset trip 4427 Dates of sale June 67 Final limit June 10 Annual Conference Y M C AI and Y W C A Asheville N C June 925 1905 Round 1100 Dates of sale June 891 281SummerTenn June 20 to July 28 Round trip 700 Dates of sale June 18 19202425 July 18915 Final limit 15 days from date of sale Epworth League Convention Denver Colo July 59 1905 Round trip 8165 Datesof sale June 29 to July 8 1905 Final limit July 14 SundaySchoolAssn Out Round trip 17 Dates of sale June 19202228 Final limit June 80 EnIdeavor1905 Round trip 1685 Dates of sale July 1 to 4 final limit July 15 HOT WEATHER PILES Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and theIpainful and dangerous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and bearingthe DO IT TODAY inlunotionNeveryou can do today tt is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that coldIweeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been 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 even if dread yourlungseffect a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless oases of lung New trial bottles 25c regular size 76o At all drugigsts lyr a FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS Naional Baptist Anniversaries- St Louis Mo May 16th24th 1905 one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Dates of sale May 14th 15th and 16th Good returning until May 27th Go via Cincinnati and have the ad vantage of variablo routes SAML E HUTTON G P 80td jPI TheWhite Bed Speads- We have at 150 and 2 are quick sellers The White Marseilles Spread at 250 3und 5 are A No1values Th- eWhite Lace and Mus- linCurtains We have are all new patterns and range in price from one to ten dollars Splendid numbers at 150 2 250 JEMSI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of J E M JEMSold Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tf FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATES KnightsTemplar and one tripDateslimit May 27- SAML E HUTTONG A s 81td r TRESPASSERS TAKE NOTICE persolllthatper day to in my pond Trespassers will Ms prosecuted RICHARD MORRIS 824t J r IfQueen and 7ct tra Crescent r Route- i ji snoiiBst Route r AN- DQuoket Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN SgJBi CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGAATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Ii Ee ClflBKE 1PA 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky It ATTENTION RARWERSNow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect I r rr Strongest J in the- Worldii Both STEEL FENOR-Welded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry yJ We Fertilizers for tobacco Tarpaulins for protecting your crops Ii I ifCIOVel Timothy Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves CenieutsY l t 11IJ PhonesP C SOWER fe COWILL MAKE IT LIVELY FOR THE BOYS hBarrettMaster accompanied by Messrs Geo A Lewis D W Lindsey Jr D L Holland H H Rob erts and M P Brown went to Lawrenceburg and instituted R Lawrenceburg Council of R and S M Masons t In the evening Mr Geo A Levis as proxy of the Grand High Priest of Royal Arch Ma eons inspected the work of Law renceburg Chapter R A M After the proceedings a delight ful banquet was served The boys had a pleasant and lively time of it You should call and see the beauti ful line of pretty Silk and Lawn ShirtWaists that are being shown by C KAGIN BRO Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR B rDrnounced as a candidate for Mayor subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party Dr Hume Is a flrEltl class gentleman with large bus ness interests in the city and if elected would make a good Mayor RALPH BINGHAM The following account of Ralph Binghams entertainment is taken News 11Maypassed the even those who anticipated a rare treat The whole evenings per formance was a revelation to all beholders Give us such men as Ralph Bingham and church en tertainments will never be a bore The ladies of the Pastors Aid Societyof the Methodist Church will continuo their weekly sales J of homemade cakes candies pies croquettes salads salt risen light bread and beaten biscuits the old office of the Kentucky Journal in the Collins building on Saturday and in the afternoon and evening will serve ice cream c and cake Prices reasonable UttleEarly Risers The famous little CLIMATIC plIThe influence ofoHmatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patl nt and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made German Syrup is a good nights rest anti the i absence of that weakening cough and debilitating sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cnn be prevented or stopped by taking German lUP liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle1 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 yr t i iiro STAMPING fRuNDI Mr Lawrence Wilkerson has confined to bed for some larYllgitiS1He was the guest of her brother Mr S Sprake and wife several Martha Lindsay had the misfortune to fall from a chair some ten days since which injured her back She is still suffering with the sprain The Odd Fellows will have an entertainment on Friday night May 5 at the Town Hall for the benefit of their A nice program was arran ediBy a telegram came urday the sad news was received here that Mrs Mattie Stone wife of Mr Break Stone was lying at the point of death at her home in Greenville Tenn Her mother Mrs B Stone and brother Mr R Jones left Sunday for that M The Buffalo Springs Academy closed its term on Friday April 28 An entertainment was given on Monday night which was very much enjoyed Prof Jos Warren and his assistants Misses Viley and Lindsay have given fine satisfaction One of the most magnificent electrical storms ever seen h re- pasRec1 over this section on Friday It was accompanied by heavy wind rain and hail No damage was done UNO DtWll t Early Risers The famous little pills COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was County Court day It was bright clear and cool and brought a good sized crowd of peo ple from the country There were quite a large number of good- horses on the market and the dealers did a brisk business Prices ruled stiff and high and prevented some sales that would ordinarily have been made There were a few bunches of calves cows etc but not much was done in them ICa1I X ORJABean ignature of tips FELL FROM HOUSE A colored man by the name of Adams who was working on a house for Mr Wm Utterback on Mero street on Thursday slipped and fell to the ground alighting on his head Beyond a severe shakeup it is thought no serious damage was done although the man was unconscious for a short time Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Deans Ointment cures At any drugstore Ilitl CURE YOUR KIDNEYS Do not Endanger Life When a Frankfort Citizen Shows You the Cure Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lameness headaches languor why allow themselves to become chronic invalids when a certain cure is offered them Doaus Kidney Pills is the rem edy to use because it gives totheI kidneys the help they need to perform their work If you have any even one of the symptoms of kidney diseases cure yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in Read this Frankfort testimony g J P Taylor of 804 Madison street carpenter by trade now retired says For nigh on to thirtyfive vears I was subject to pain and weakness in my back The trouble I know came from the kidneys especially from the left one this being the most affected Sometimes I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take me in my left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night and it dis turbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all prac tically failed to give the promised and expected benefit It is the recollection of these veryfacts which makes me so remedy which also afforded me a genuine and lasting benefit I refer to Doans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J W Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it I will always recommend Doans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that can be depended upon For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoans and take no other MANS UNREASONABLENESS IIs often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Republican of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he saye we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After takin Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c genuineLaxativethe remody that rarer a said In one day Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 166 88tf Will Conform Jto the most V v uneven sroundl II u also have beds Blue daysMrs IFrankfortiValue JOHN DR1SCOLLality 1 fThel The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Mash Whiskies DOIt forget the place ISour JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Just Out Every man is entitled to a square dealPresident Roosevelt My Own Story j BY Caleb PowersThis book is a calm dispassionate account from the r standpoint of the man most interested of the conditions Fr in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebel and of Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity in his murder 1It covors his youth in the mountains of Kentucky conventions of 1899 the election the shootingof Goebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political impoitance the case of Caleb Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes connected with the Tragedy 12mo Cloth Ornamental Cover At all Booksellers Mr Powers has a ubstantialca5h interest in every copyt sold of My Own Story The Bobbs Merrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Tremendous Sacrifice f Closing Out Sale I Having sold our lease and fixtures to Mr Henry Ell wanger who will take possession of our store rom on Mayr15th we will close out our entire stock at a great sacrifice h The big slaughter of profits began on Tuesday May 2d and will last until Saturday May 14th Our advice to you is to come at once and get the pick of our fine stock Remember no more cheap Groceries after we are gone The good old days of buying Grocer gies at Wholesale Prices may never come again Better money and pay a little interest in order to take advantage of this great opportunity All Tin Granite China and Glassware must go at any price With thankstfor past favors we say GoodBye to Frankfort and our f many patrons The Blue Grass Grocery RELIG10U3FIRST Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 780 p in Tonlo for evening Will The Bible Live On- Sundaysebool at 045 a m in the clmpol Home Department and Bible Olftsa Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strnn gers invited to join Baraoa Class at 045 taught by the pastor- Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in the chapel at 080 j moo Leader Thos Alexander Topic The Making of a Chris iian His Exorcise- Prayermooting Wednesday evening at 780- Visitors cordially invited Seats freer ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn l lector Sunday May 7 1180 a m Morning prayer and f sermon 5S 780 p m Prayer and sermon r 080 a m Sundayschool r Wednesday afternoon at 480 y Prayer and Litany Friday evening at 780 Teachers Meeting and Bible Study V Those services are all open to the jiublic CHURCHRevSreach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 am in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will moot in the chapel at 080 p m Loader Lee A Owen lTopic The Making of a Chris tian His Exercise The Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in chapelf Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN HUHOHHev Win Crowe t pastor will preach at 11n m nndI 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a mIj 0301pover y injr at 780 oclock r Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev father Thomas S Major Low Mass at 780 a m roctorIHigh Mans at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m a FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClufiky Blay Tey D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 78u p in Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 p P All younu people are invited to attend MKTHODIST CHURCHRev- J O A Vaught the pastor will- at 11 a m nod 780 p m tiundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m- Senior League at 7 p m WednesdayI at3Lr j CEDAR CKAPEL Rev J 0 A Vaiight will preach at 880 p in on Sunday afternoon I Dont forget the BARGAIN Sale of 4 Embroideries at C KAGIN BROS r I FLYER lAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 5 and 6 1 Cent For One Paper of Hair Pins 1 Cent For One Card of Spring Hooks and Eyes 2 Cents For One Roll Tape 2 Cents For a Paper of Pins 4 Cents For One Bolt Feather Stitched Braid 4 Cents For One Dozen Safety Pins 7 Cents For Embroidered Turnovers Mohairs worth Cents- A Card Nice Pearl Cents Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Cents Cotton worth worth Cents Ladies White Waists worth Cents Dress Shields s D JOHNSON GO I A CHANCE To get the best assortment of Silks in the cityS- ee Silks we offer at a yard and you will find they compare favorably with goods that sell in most places at to 100 will have special good to offer Monday are offering Dress Goods such Mohairs large and Secilians and quality Madras Ginghams and Wash Goods at Lace Curtains and DraperiesL- ace Curtains 98c worth X150 are beauties positively worth a great deal Curtain Swisses a yardand up both dots and stripes F J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN WaII Paper Ptints Oils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Work Solicited Rates Satisfaction Gurnnteed 39m u rNIIA Policy in THE EUUITABLE LIFE WILL AND CHILDREN IPROTECT FOR OLD AGE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT PERMIT YOU TO UP TO INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph R Wilson District Manager 4I1805 SAVANNAH AND RE TURN 8080 FT WORTH AND RETURN VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale from George Savannah May and- 14th limit May 20th with privilege of extension Mfly15thlimit of May 81st ticket agent for particulars Dr Weaver blood getateolattneutl th1kfa IIW i I li I i Cents For 50c 60c 5 for Buttons 5 For 10 Voiles 12c 15c 49 Cents For Silks 65c 75 For 100 10 For the rOc the 90c We ones We as Me 65c for SOc lOc yd more lUc FIRE Job Low YOUR WIFE YOUR OWN YOUR YOUR LIVE YOUR SALE NEED FIRM towu to 18th with final to Ask Syrup Potato tho for 38 and For 75c CANDIDATE FOR lIA YORI We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te A little life may be sacrificed to a sudden attack of if you dontlayerDrv Thpmas Ec lectrio Oil ptfjhand for the emerr Agency til t Ii ir l 10 Cents For Tooth Brushes 1ly 10 Cents Per Yard for Flowered Ribbon 49 Cents For Corsets worth 100 and 125 8 Cents For Vests 4 Cents Best Calico Cents Per Pattern for Nice White Shirting 5 Cents t For Apron Gingham Health Insurance The time will come when there will be far less disease because active measures will be taken to prevent it It is easier to prevent than to cure it costs far less and is more satisfactory in every way The best proven tative measure is to Use Disinfectants Freely about your premises especially at this time of the year We have all the best one Can tell you what to use and when to use it J WIGAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky LOW RATES TO LEXINGTON VIA L N ACCOUNT SPRING RACES May 39 115Round Trip115 Tickets on sale from all stations in Kentucky to Lexington on May 2d and 8d limited to May 10th and inuluBJVelimited saleTo accommodate people return ing from races a special passenger train will leave Lexington for Frankfort at 0 oclock p m May 8d 4th 5th nth 8th and Uth reach ing Frankfort 655 p in Dr Weaver Treatment Qyrnp portflea the blood Cerate heal akin eruptions LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA L N FOR SPRING RACESMay Tickets will be sold May Oth and 10 limited to May 20th Also on May 10th to May 27th inclusive limited to three days after date of sale at fare and onethird round trip and on May 21st 22d and 23d at one faro plus twentyfive cents round trip limited to May 25th PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN Our stock is from the in 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill Ladies For 55 Eggsgreatest egglaying strains America EGOS Eugene E Hoge Prop E rankfort Ky OldPhoho No 338 lib 108m I r yt bilii j 4 Q4 I STRANGER I IIIEllO IBeen You Seem to Be Loaded DowntWhy Have you not heard of Friend John C Quires Store You can get more goods for a little money than any where Look at all this AnybodyYou have not been around long have you He is selling goods and saying very lit tie about it Hurrah for the seif made merchant Go to his store and you will find what I tell you is the truth Good Goods Cheap For Cash 282m Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville i 104Lefwes m 102LeafNo Local Mali No pmForElizabethtownHodgenvilleand HOdgen1l1c 18aLeavestoHOdJcnvilleSundays Stop at nil stations Trains Run Daily CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sisuature of C N 0 T Homeseekers RY1igan via Queen Cres cent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May the 2d and 10th HJ05at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kaleva Man istee Merritt Lewiston and St Helen as daysfromfor particulars or write E Aiken T P A Lexington or W C Rinearson G P NICincinnati 0 ETW- EENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN TAT10NfCHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars r Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BAOON O P Ar4 Cor 4th ami Market Stau LotUvfl 1yEl1i fePpi tow t J t BUNION AND SOUHTERN PA NEWA185 Adams St Chicago April 1005 CALIFORNIAfre markadle and fascinating States on mapIf was set down on the Atlantic Coast and cut to fit it woufd hide from view Maine New Hampshire Vermont Massa chusetts Connecticut Rhode Island New York New Jersey Maryland and all of Virginia east j droppeddown uponMainefartherest north while its south Jo ern line would be cut off at Cape Hatteras Or if Mt Shasta that great snowcapped peak of Cali f fornia overlooked New York City then San Diego that wonderful city on the southern boundary of neighborBetween the sea and the moun M1tame in California the valleys are tai kept in a climate warmer by the sun tempered by the Pacific stream and cooled by the snow caps of the Sierra Nevada range This makes a climate twelve months in the year three hun dred and sixtyfive days well nigh ideal California is an empire in itself has a climate all its own and a productiveness of soil that equals the best sections of the United States the four great valleys I Sacramento San joaquin Santa Clara and the Citrus Belt These sections have only just been scratched and the productiveness of the soil is only just beginning to be known greatestfruitno other section of the United States can possibly compete with California oranges lemons rais ins asparagus apricots pears and the wines for in point of quality these products are peerless more luxuriant in production and more delicious in flavor than those raised except in hot houses in any other section of the United States i But there are many other prod ucts For example English wal nuts prunes olives and the white Smyrna fig all of which hold the attention of commerce as the coming great contributor to do mestic and foreign markets When California is spoken of everyone considers the State as synonymous with delicious fruits If and beautiful flowers But the wise ones who look from the treetop are beginning to appreciate r the value of California as the great producer of the common products such as alfalfa fiveI Ir crops a year two tons to the acre ton1ibut plain every day oldfash r ioned farming in California brings the round returns in dollars and cents for every day labor and the capitalft produce in baled alfalfa 1500 a t year gross at a cost of labor and interest on the investment of not to exceed 800 leaving a net profit of 1200 to the man who is willing to appreciate the needs f and demands of that section of the country California an opportunity for every man in every walk of life whether professional commercial comic n laborer or farmer and the great ranges which have hitherto been controlled by large capital inter ests are being divided now into t and eighty acre tracts upon twhich a man can pay as small a sum as 100 down and long easy terms to suit for the balance These are the things that will make men who are fighting the r cold of the winter and the heat of the summer rejoice that there is a place for his family and his ener glee where he can win a com petence and gain a foothold that will bring him not only a liveli hood but a comfortable life in comeOne of the remarkable things About California to every person Who lives in the East is that ink this State there is no desire on the p1tof either the man or his return to his original t tr1fif o 76r fIJ11Tlr home in the East WhyBecause the heat of the summer aid the severe cold of the winter in the East both retard the best efforts and sap the energies of the man and woman alike and com petition is not apparent in Cali fornia as it is in the East which makes a man more independent and the mild winters and the comfortable summers give to every member of his family the best opportunities to make use of time and thought for hand and brain The most remarkable feature of California climate is its sameness north and south Heat and cold are a matter of altitude not latitude Oranges grow to perfection- in Riverside so do they in the upper Sacramento Valley over five hundred miles worth In foothills valleys and along the coast wild flowers and cultivated flowers too bloom the length of California in midwinter THE MAN IN GRAY Beautiful ThreeColor Print As its offering of respect to the Confederate Veterans Reunion the Henderson Route is distrib uting a beautiful threecolor print entitled The Man in Gray which is receiving widespread ad miration throughout the entire SouthThe which is reproIduced brated artist of the Louisville CourierJournal is 16x22 inches and is printed on fine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for use uniramed but equally suitable for framing- It is executed in the three car dinal colors of the Confederacy gray blue and redon a white background and has been rightly termed by critics a gem They are enclosed in strawboard mailing tubes for safe transmission by mail thus avoiding any possibility of breakage and insur ing safe delivery Send five red stamps to L J Irwin Louisville Ky for thin beautiful reproduction and after you receive it whether you are from the North or out of the South you will be an enthusiastic admirer of the Hero of the Gray STRICTLY GENUINE Most of the patent medicine genuineThepeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had cancer His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He recom menderit to others who were also Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Sold by J W Gavle SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE SAUCE FOR THE GANDER By an order from the Secretary of the Treasury and a like order from the Postmaster General which orders are just right and to ho point all government em ployes are required to give up t leer places upon party commit tie etc Now why not have a little of the same sort of thing with regard to State officials circuit judges county judges clerks sheriffs etc in this State If it is right and we certainly think it is for all government officers to give up positions of politicalmanagement the same sort of thing is vastly more im portant in State politics Whats sauce for the goose surely ought to be sauce for the gander Dr Cady CEiitf0 Yw ere are just a horse needs when ia bad arjvermifuge thonecents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle H fi ALASKA AND THE KLONDIKE A timely book at this season beginllingIdyke by J S McLain McClure Phillips This is a bookof travel and yet in a certain meas fiuthorISubcommittee of the Senate Committee on in 1908 throughIall sides of life in the Canadian and American gold regions on the Yukon and along the coast and for gathering full and no curate information about the country and the people His book takes the form of a running narrative of the trip with descrip tions of his experiences and the things he saw into which he has injected all the information he could gather Ho has a brisk style and an ability to impart information t in an interesting man ner The book is very fully illus trated with photographs taken by the author BUYS PROPERTY Mr Frank D Clark has pur chased from Judge W H Sneed the cottage in which he now re sides on Shelby street for 1800 cashMr W H Posey has purchased the vacant lot of Mr George Duff on Third and Logan streets for 1800 cash Mr Posey will build several houses on his new purchase INSURANCE PAID Mr Frank W Keyes Secretary of the Prudent Patricians of Pom peiion Friday received a check from the Grand Treasurer for 1000 the amount of the insur ance held by Mr John J Griffin deceased in that order Mr Keyes at once paid the money to Mr Griffin e widow I X33 AVeQcfabl Preparationfor As IheYoodandl3egulag I Promotes estionC heeiful nessandBestContalnsneilherOplumTiorphilte NOT NAELC OTIC r tuZ1rswtlZ1JJTC1J Ae iM B 9 mnJ ApedectRemedyforConstipa WormsConvutsionsfeverishness TflcSinule Signature of w vnpw I EXACT Will SflSAEPEB J STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give a Strawberry and Ice Cream Supper in the Chapel of their Church soI soon as these delicious berries are ripe Due notice will be given of the exact date These ladies are famous for their abundant and delicious suppers tf From Chicago X30 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of tX The f1j Kind jgYou Have Always Bought CASTORIA t IhCWANTEDMEN AND WOMEN ndJoillingterritorlef tise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to weekly with expenses advanced118 Monday by cheek direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary position permanent Address Blow Bros Cu Dept 4 Monon Bldg ObiFsago Ill 1824t II Make Moneyin In California ti If you are industrious and capable can make money there The big ranches are breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous are great valleys of the richest soil in America waiting for you If you have a little capital you can own one of these small farms yourselfor you can rent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in a years Wewill send you descriptive booklets and folder s giving full information about the moneyJmaking opportunities for every member of the famllyt F You want to see what the country is really like you can go a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and ceneand earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the Bargain RatesI i Every Day March 1 to May 15 f IFrom IThetriweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars both routes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States are travel experts and can save you money You can have their assistance in arranging the California trip for the akin Consult your home ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our California book and completecLfolder Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleepef f Remember the Rock Wand rune more tourist can to CIlfornle tlaaa au other route Many of them are of the latest pattern with wide windows and lavatory and toilet rooms for bothmen and womsa unusually large and complete la their appolatmata Cut out this unrt1seat nu Ia specs below lid mall to JOHN SEBASrIANIPawuger Traffic Msausr Rock Meal SystemiCHICAGO- Pleas send rates eI fan teCdileraIa as t + blN a4 yew aeett tJCttiferals book MIl IoM ffenaaWabeat sew aewar Iiett leave Ent CIWerala abet and w Yk lErNles sbest tttssu NOnOIQ 1tJf AddrufhtlJritJI i IIf