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TIT1iry THE FRANKFORT RoUNDABouT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 13 1905 NO 36 ii TAN OXFORDS t Y ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON 4 13 I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming rightful place as the best summeiIshoe Tan is the coolest leather that can he wornthe softest and the feet Muggy exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad I I Ion sailor tie I Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted soles medium heel and toe c Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn soler soft as a glove rather narrow toe Lard Schober Cos Tan Oxfords fig A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is tagreat sellei extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va- riety of Russia calf welt oxfords lor street wear 4The southern tie is 4 oxfords w r Tan Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calfwith I is welted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with flexible soles Prices Ilight r 51 Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 7ti Laird Schobor fc Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the country They are unequalled in any respect but in daintiness qualItIesJ espec J hilly in the of comfortable fit and we carry a large enough variety in both lines insure a pleasing selection and perfect fit p R K McCLURE SON 212214 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky r ATTEMPTS SUICIDE L A partially demented colored r woman by the name of Viva Morton made two unsuccessful attempts at suicide on Vednes day by jumping into the river at the old Henderson Wharf Each time she was rescued by Bannon Graves and wi s finally locked up by Chief of Police Mangan as mented She had been tried for lunacy but the jury would not convict hor- II SOLD HIS HANDSOME HOME Mr C E Collins has sold his handsome homo on the corner of Shelby and Second streets to Maj A M Slack of the Frank fort Elevator Coal Co The prico paid is private oA gTc RL 4Je1I the tureIof its The welt BUYS A HOIEIMr E J has purchased a home at Thorn Hill consisting of a cottage house of four rooms together with a storeroom on the lot from Mr August Leolere The price paid was 1700 equal to cash The sole was made through the real estate agency of Messrs L B Marshall Co Mr Roberts will get possession of the place June 1st The store room is leased to Mr Bramlott DISASTROUS TORNADO IN KANSAS A regular Kansas twister visited Marquette Kan on Monday night A vast amount of prop erty was destroyed Some twen tyfour persons wore killed out right so far as known and it was feared many more deaths would be reported X350 300 300 3 I to de HARGIS TRIAL ENDS IN HUNG JURY The trial of James Hargis charged with causing the assass ination of James Cockrell was finished at Lexington on Saturday by the jury stating to the hopolesslyhungstul1ding favor of acquittal They were discharged Hargis was then admitted to bail in the sum of 25000 SERIOUS INJURY While at on Saturday with some comrades Master John W Rodman Jr was hit in the eye with a piece of sod thrown by hndlyinjuredthe occuhst thinks ho can save that useful member The injury was accidental rfl JURY HUNG AND WAS DISCHARGED The jury in the case of Com monwealth v Jos Hargis in the Fayette Circuit Court wherein Hargis was accused of conspiring to cause the assassination of James Cockrill came into court on Saturday morning andstated that they were hopelessly hung dischargedThe Scratch scratch scratch un able to attend to business during nightItchingDeans Ointment cures Never fails At any drug store 50 cents IBURGLARY grocery Mr Roht L Griustead Benson street West Side was broken into on Saturday night and quite a lot of goods carried away The entrance was made through the front windows Mr Grinstead has no idea who the robbers were Having a policeman on that side of the river has not helped things muchr When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Bitters Cures dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system- CONFIRMATION AT ASCEN SION CHURCH A class of fifteen young people were confirmed Ascension Epis copal Church on Sunday night last by Bishop L W Burton of the Lexington Diocese BROKE ITS LEG The saddle and buggy horse of grazingSecond street with the bridle Mon day afternoon became frightened when the hridle slipped down over stroetIwas a fine one and very serviceable It had to be destroyed Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be pre pared for it Dr Thomas Eclec tric Oil Monarch over pain DE CENIIlRAL MET HERE The Democratic State Central Committee met at the Capital Hotel in this city on Tuesday Quite a number of matters were disposed of and a campaign committee consistiri Circuit Judge J M Lassing Chairman Lewis McQuowi Ollie M James R W Miller and Dr Milton Board It is said that the headquarters of the committee will be in this city with Gen Percy Hotly us Secretary A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is Unable t do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the nat ural juices of digestion and does- tho work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the in ureIDyspepsia 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 Dr JS7 Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky I51tf i r HALF PRICE Great Bargains i- nLadies Tailor Suits On lot of Suits that are new stylish and highly tailored have been placed on sale at justHalf of OriginalPrices There is no reason why you should not own a Tailor Made Suit when you can buy one at a great deal less than Wholesale Cost You should investigate today Walking Skirts- A large variety to choose from all perfectly tailored made of Secilian Serge Panama or Cloth Extra values at 450 500 and 150iShirt Waists New styles of pretty Silk and Sheer Lawn Waists duilyVe a upwardsI Dont forget the sale that is now going on CKagiBro 1 BIG DELEG ATION OF EAGLES WENT TO LEXINGTON f A delegation of about 75 mem bers of Frankfort Eyrie Eagles went to Lexington on Monday on a special tram to assist in or placeIboys had a good time and re turned home late at night tired out but claiming to have had lots of fun I 0 0 F BANQUET Capital Lodge No 6 1 0 Or F had a banquet at thoir hull on nightlastserved a number of short talks given undn general good timerhad by all those present A DISASTROUS CALAMITY rIt is a disastrous calamity vou lose your health cause fndignsti011undconstiptttiol1 have sapped away Prompt KingsNewyour digestive organs and cure constipationdrug btores 25o t m ii I Iii out sale of Gents FurnishinsIClosing b I 10UR entire stock of Gents Furnishings consisting of 300 Dozon Mens Shirts laundered and unlaundered Percales and Madras Cloths I Isim re Pants Jeans Pants Cottonade Pants Suspenders Neckwear Collars Cuffs Underwear etc at a great sacrifice We beg to remind our customers of the great benefits to be derived from buying at this time As this is a matter in which our in terests are mutual inasmuch as we need the room and floor space for contemplated improvements in our Dry Goods and Carpet Depart meats and need Shirts and other Furnishings at prices lower than you ever bought them for before this wil pay youaPlease bear in mind that this sale will not last always nor is this stock old but on the contrary desirable and well made and at prices so low that you can use it In order to derive all the benefits of this offer we will not quote prices but you must cot no and sea for yoir self and our prices lower than the lowest Everything in this sale strictly cash No trouble to show goods f w a LaUTE EClVLIE ry J ff J a PERSONAL Miss Bonnie Hockensmith was at homo for a few days this week Mrs W H Hampton of JrontollI Ohio is the guesr of Mr D L Kennedy attended the races at Louisville this week Miss Ruby Maeklin attended Derby Day in Louisville Miss Cordie JeiTers is visiting relatives at Ns W Orleans La Dr E C Roemelo wife and son have returned from Louisville J ml fr T R McBeath went to Louisville Derby Day Mayor Thos A Combs of Lexington was here on Tuesday Miss Susie MeHenry is visiting relatives in Louisville County Attorney Conn Linn of Murray was hero Tuesday Miss Annie C Newman visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr Attilla Cox Jrof Louisville attended the courts hero this week Mr Coleman S Pattie has gone to St Louis Mu to reside Miss Ruth Robinson has returned from a visit to Shelby county Miss Nancy Holden left Tuesday for Mason county to visit relatives Mr John E Kirtley made a busi ness trip to Lexington Thursday Mr Harry McCarty of Nicholas vllle was here Thursday Mr John M Roll left Thursday on a business trip to Chicago Ills Mr T E Morris and wife have gone to Midway to reside Mrs V A Kaltonhrun went to Louisville Thursday morning Mr H K Ward and Mr W H Edwards Sr of Versailles were in the city Thursday Col E H Taylor Jr returned Thursday evening from Chicago IllsMrs J W Brewer of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs W B George t Secretary of State H V McClies ney has returned from a tjip to Southern Kentucky Mrs J H Fuqim loft yesterday morning for her old home at Kus sellville State Mine Inspector C J Nor wood of Lexington was hero on TuesdayHon C Lykins of Camp ton attended the State Grand Coun cil of I O R M here this week Mr Tlios R Markham of this ofllee attended the Louisvillo races this week Hon J Banford White of Win chester was hove this week at 4r tending the Court of Appeals Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville was the guest of his father Col J L Rodman this week Mr Nelson A Helfner who has been with the Osman Stock Co the past winter has returned home Mrs W P Williams of Irvino visited her mother Mrs S C Bull this week Mrs Wor Scott attended the funeral of Mr Wm Day in Lox ington on Tuesday Mrs Albert G Jesters is visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs Aline Stout in Louisville J D White and wife of wmllCromwell daughter Mrs Grant Green u tI Lexington this week Hewitt was at bUSi1uesvisiting has home b Judge Albert A Huzelrigg of Mt Sterling was in attendance upon the courts hero this week Mrs Frank Hat and Mrs Lei Buckley have returned from a visit to Louisville Gen D W Lindsoy and Col Geo B Harper have gone to Now York City on a business trip IlIr John P Hanlny and Mrs W B OConnell visited in Ciu cinnati this week Judge E C Ward of Henderson was in attendance upon the courts here this week Col Jake Corhett of Wickliffe was here on business in the courts this week Miss Moreheacl of Cincinnati is HarperFourthMr Harry Wilkin District Man ojrer of the K D W H Co was here Monday air W W Tabb Representative from Hardin county was here Tuesday Mrs H E Youtsey of Winchester was The guest of Miss Jennie Gaines this weekIRev M B Adams left Tuesday for Kansas City Mo to attend the Southern Baptist Convention Judge Ben V Smith of Somerset was in the on business this weeltIburg attended the courts hero this week Hon John K Hendrick of Smith land was in attendance upon the courts here this week Mr Nat W Halstood of Bards town attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr G McLean left Sunday niirht for Southern Kentucky on a business trip Mr Robert Boyd Robertson who has been in the East returned homo Sunday night Capt 1 T West who has been in Eastern Kentucky on business returned home Saturday night Miss Pattie Thomas and Miss Ltyutta Lee visited friends in Louisville this weak Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale was tile guest of her son Mr W S1 Farmer this week Miss Mary Lindsey of Louisville visited her uncle Gen D W Lindsey this week LouiFlI1eof his mother Mrs W F Barrel Mr O C Kenney and wife who have been visiting relatives in Owen county have returned home Mr Chas J cflark of Louisville spoilt Sunday here the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon Col A W Maoklin visited his laughter Mrs F W hoop in Louisville this wpeJcIMrs L T Rice and children of Louisville visited her parents Mr C A Nelson and wife this week Mrs John E Miles was the guest of her sister Mrs Sadie Fogg in Lexington this week Mrs David Vanarsdall of Har rodsburg is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs M D Avorill on Wash ington street Littlo Joe Hobson youngest son of Judge J P Hobson is quite ill with typhoid fever at the residence of his parents on Shelby street Mr George Clark and wife of Cleveland Miss are guests of his sister Mrs John G Rogers on Taylor Avenue Miss Laura Mohan of Louisville who has boon the guest of her aunt Mrs S W Hager has returned homeMr A S Crutuhflold of Louisville was the guest of his daughter inlaw Mrs J S Crutch field at Mr Alvin Pilkingtons on Sunday i l M ti CLOSING OUT TO QUIT DRY GOODS BUSINESS WIT READING SON We must have our entire line of Dry Goods and Notions sold by June and to do so we have marked everything tocost and below cost Everything must go and nothing reserved We must have everything in this line disposed of byJune so we we can have our store room remodeled and ready for our new business all ways go first Half Price SaleWe will put on sale Monday May 8th Lawns Organdies and Dimities at just halt their real value This is a chance in a life time to buy your sum mel dresses at the beginning of the season at just Half Price Come early before the stock is picked over- W T Reading Son 315 BROADWAY OPPOSITE OLD CAPITOL Just Out Every man is entitled to a square deal President Roosevelt My Own Story BY Caleb PowersThis book is a calm dispassionate account from the standpoint of the man most interested of the conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebel and of Powrs indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity in his murder It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the 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 12tno Cloth Ornamental Cover Atall Booksellers Mr Powers has a substantial cash interest in every copy Own Story The bbM Merrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer1 The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky 0 IKILLTHIE IIWITH I f II I I II Dr Kings Now Discolor FORONSUMPTION mUf50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK tilav Little Miss Honey wood Parrishrof Midway was the guest of her cousin Miss Janie Dohoney this week aocompaniedher on of VednesdnyrMrs Joseph Shively and child of Louisville are guests of her parents Mr Ed S Coleman and t wife Fourth Avenue Capt Garnett D Ripley of Old t lrhursdavisiting pleasant Mrs S calljWilliams came Tuesday evening Mrs J W Markshury who has- boon visiting relatives at Shelby vine has returned much improved in healthIMr ins G Dudley of Chicago Ills who has been making a tour 4 10 Europe has returned nnd vIsltodl itrlatives here this week Mr J MoO Blayney Jr of St IIfthis week tDr Edward Wallace of Philadel J s phia Ponn was the guest of his father Dr C K Wallace thisr Ai week ti1A- irs Walter Kelly of Hopkins ville who has boon the guest of r relatives here has cono to Mt Stet ling to visit rolat osJ1 Rev C R Hudson has gone to r 1 his old home at Franklin Ind to IiinHwho have boon guests of Mrs Koto H AL Williams nt High View have ireturned homo if Mrs J Church Tinsley of New Orleans La who huts been the 1I Dryden iurday morning Mrs Mottle Scoflold is visiting her sister Mrs Win Bain ISouthomof Henderson who have boon guests of Mr T Swigort Thistleton returned homo Sunday night 1uosdayfor hinJtJentuckplace Mr R C Rnnn Assistant Soore tory and Treasurer of the K D fhashas returned homoIi 1Stonoguest ol her parents Mr JOR H I Cox and wife returned home Montday attending bytheMr Wm P Scott dauJhtelguests of Mr Robt A Gray at returnedhome i jfj iL DEATHS SOHLUB ACH In Hamburg Sehluhlgert Combsa bon Mrs Schlubaoh is the grand daughter of Mr Daniel W Swigert and wife and is well known here where she often visited her uncles Messrs Jacob and Joseph Swigert TILFORDIn Greenville Miss on Wednesday Mr Robert B Tilford aged 51 years after a long illness Mr Tilford was a brother ot t 1 Mr Julian Tilford of this city His mother lira Ann Eliza beth Tilford also lives in this city He was the eldest son of the late Mr Thos D Tilford He was born in Louisville but lived havingtu business in the store of his uncle Dr W H Averill Afterwards he owned the South Side drug store which he sold when he went to Greenville to reside He was a very popular man in his new home and served as mayor of the city When quite a young man he was married and had one daughter who proceeded him to the grave He leaves a wife t i mother and brother besides a I large circle of relatives here and throughout the State to mourn his death He was a nephew of i Miss Mary and MissMargaret Page of this city The remains were interred at Greenville MirTERRIBLE CYCLONE IN OKLAHOMA- On Wednesday night a cyclone struck the town of Snyder Okla with the result that the town of inhabitants was almost 1totally destroyed 200 people were killed and large numbers of others were injured Relief trains were sent in from all the nearby towns and cities Tiemendous loss of property all rt along he line of the storm INDECENT ASSAULT The editor of a Frankfort paper who makes an assault upon the character slid integrity of Justice John 11 Harlan of the U S Su 1 prenle Court will find that he sympathydFrankfort people Judge Harlan was raised in this city and our citizens know and honor him for his upright and honorable career Skirtsw t PRICE On Panama or Serge Suits solid colors and checks worth the price of a separate skirt 2500 Suits for 1250 1500 Suits for 750 SILK SUITSChiffon Taffeta or Neblian very high styles 2500 Suits for 1875 1500 Suits for 1289 SKIRTSWe have some grand values in separate Skirts all new effects if5 00 Mohair Panama or Milton worth 6 to 8 70cFor all 100 Fancy Silks for Shirt Waist Suits in correct colorings WASH GOODSThese warm days make Lawn Batiste etc an interesting fabric lOc Batiste in neat coloring and exclusive designs Sheer smooth cloth 15c Fine Sheer Batiste high class effects 25c Sheer Organdies beautiful effects 15c and 25c Voiles and Mohair Lustre for Shirt Waist Suits BIRTHSI MINISHIn this city on Wednesday May 10 to Dr L T Min ish and wifen daughter VILSONIn this countyon May 7th to Mr Clarence Wilson and wife a boy Urban MeCowu AVERILLIn this city on Wednesday night to Mr Marvin D Averill and wife a daughter Margaret Alle- nWRIGHTIn this county on Thursday to Mr Win Wright and wife a daughter Ruby May It has been seven years since these good people were blessed by a child being born to them We congratulate them RUNAWAY AND SMASHUP Mr Horine son of Dr Horine of Graeffensberg was on his way home Thursday afternoon when the horse he was driving become frightened and ran away smash ing the buggy throwing Mr Horne out and breaking a rib Later he was taken to his home Call and see the beautiful stock of Colored Wash Goods that are being shown by C lagin and Bro- GRACEFULLY DONE i The Iroquois Club the most celebrated and aristocratic club of the Democratic party in Chic ago or the northwest entertained President Roosevelt at a dinner on Wednesday night Eloquent land appropriate speeches were made both by the President and distinguished mem hers of the club It was a graceful act gracefully doneThe American people believe inn man who does things 60 YEARS- EXPERIENcr IDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending n sketch and description may qulckl our opinion an Invention Is probably tions strictly conUdontlal HANDBUIOionPatents patentsPatentsnotlt without charao In the Scientific flmerican A handsomely Illustrated weekly iJirceat cir culation of sclentlUo journal Terms BomdbyallnewedeslereFUNN Branch otfce Bt S FARMER IVritten for the Roundabout THE BIT OF MAGIC LINEN A STORY FOR WOMEN Mother Nature did her house cleaning without fussing or con fusion She hung out her beauti ful white raimentfreshand fragrant from April showers in leisurely housewife fashion and carpeted the bare earth with the greenest of sward while the clouds smiled back in laughing sympathy and the wind whis pered secrets as sweet as were the locust blossoms at the old home farmHere everything was spotlessly clean The windows shining from much polishing the iloors scrubbed to mirrored whiteness paint varnish curtains white washing making pictures of such admirable housewifery that the neighbors looked with real envy on the sweet home keeping of Agnes Brooks- Everything fresh looking and beautiful about the place save the mistress herself who now sat upon the doorstep in faded calico wrapper with untidy hair and a smutchacross the smooth round ed cheek She had evidently worked herself up to the verge of nervous prostration ready to laugh or cry at the least provoca tion and spoke with pronounced earnestness to the man who stood near leaning on the handle of his hoe I am weary unto death nothing but work work from morning until night The same routine of cooking the same old dish washing the early breakfast and late supper with the everlast ing sameness of colorless country existence lonely and uneventful as life itself There is no time for selfculture no time for mu sic or reading and I am tempted to wish that 1 were single again Easy enough to accomplish this said the man with the hoe Toni Marshall is the lawyer who takes such suits and no doubt ho v uld be happy to undertake your case What crime more must I commit to merit such re ward 7 Sarcasm enoughon the part of her husband so wrought up beyond more possible endurance and Agnes Brooks did what many another woman has doneended- the quarrel in tears Bathing her eyes she happened to look up in the face mirrored in the looking glass opposite and vas shocked at her appearance Much you Itok like fussing with your husband about being weary of living und tired of work when he hashis part of the burthen to j c OLD TAYLOR TIlE PltEMIER i KENTUCKY WHISKEYlj IJt E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors 1 4Frankfort Kentucky ntJ tfl Muslin Effects SHIRT WAISTS AND SHIRT WAIST SUITSThe cele brated Acorn Brand unequaled for fit and style 100 White Lawn Waists hemstitched embroidery trimmed 100 Em broidery or Dotted Swipa Waist 250 to 400 Wash Silk Waists neat styles hoOjVite Lawn Tailored Shirt Waist Suit others 200 to 00 MANNISH WAISTSIn the new pleated styles finely tail 100 and 150 MATTINGS That are new in pattern and fresh from the Orient at values that are exceptionally good are what we show you in great variety loc Close woven China Matting worth 20c 25c Heavy weight China Mattings or beautiful Carpet patterns in Cotton warps thingforA FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr schee to handle her famous Uncles rrt Throat and Iung Cure JThe best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children proof against all diseases qSuch a medicine is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and aU lung and bronchial troubles qThe fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to JTwo sizes 25C and 75C All druggists hear it bravely Wash your face comb your change your dress tor something becoming and I will put about your neck a magic bit of white that shall make you a law unto your self and for the sake of love tryj to do your work without so much energy which must be spent in other ways more conducive to hnpp11lssShe knew it was the voice of an inner consciousness and obeyed it Her life is more benutifulthan her homekeeping her influence is II more lasting than mere words her husbands heart dues safely trust in her and if you were U meet her as I did yesterday you would not wonder at the wonder ful effect of that magic bit of white linen N S COX May 1905 r Dont buy any Sheer White Goons until you have seen what is shown by C Kagin Bro COMMENCEMENT ORATOR Mr Paul Collin of this citJ son of Dr J S Collins and wife- lots bean selected as one of tin commencement orators of Centn University Danville Mr Col lins has made quite a reputation as a speaker heretofore This is quite a hitch compliment SALES OF REAL ESTATE The Louisville Trust Co luis 13111nMary Page has bought a house and lot on Holmes street from Mr G II Burckhardt- Mr E M Warner has sold to LMres tate agent made these sales Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies tlie blood Cerate healo ikln eruptions iJ0I t 25c Embroid ered Stocks New Trimmed ored contagious bearing FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Colone 2425 j X11Oklahonia nIround trip 2255 Chickasha I Tone way 1880 round trip 2350 Tulsa I Tone way 1640 round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one way 11670 found trip 2035 Worth Tex one way 2485I 2800 round trip 80 80 San Antonio Tex one way 2335 round trip 2530 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Home 421strespondingly low rates to other J JtForl4Cdress ALexington C II Hungerford D P A KyG A G p A SttLouis Missouri td fingSheer White Goodffor grads fDr1ssesprices ll Two IDyspeptics IIf you are too fat it Is because your food turns to fat instead of musclestrength If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Curexcontains all the digestive juices that area found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh Dolls bottteholde2it times at mach at the trial or cent ilia Prepared at the aratoryotEODeWltt 2CoOhlcIIIO USA For sale by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMS NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR r f t Tae FrankfofaountlaDout Entered at the postolllcc at Frankfort Ken- tUcky sucondolass mnilnble mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub 3f4 r FRANKFORT MAY 13 1905 CAN THIS BE TRUE v iX We have so often heard it- t asserted that the Frankfort and J Versailles Tractidn Co had beet i financed and that there was nc doubt but that the road would be soon under contract and the- mNhave been disappointed that wo had become skeptical about the matterIn last few days however there have been moves made on the checkerboard that have put n somewhat hotter face on the neat terIt is said now for sure that a financier who was here this week und who went over the ground and the general situation hat agreed to finance the company and t that work will commence in the near future We earnestly hope that the assertions made may prove correct and that this muchtobedesired end will be accomplished theEfir Versailles pike or by the Law renceburg Millville and Versailles pikes has not been settled We rather incline to the opinion that the firstnamed will be adopted a Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate Jar skin eruptions KENTUCKY DERBY RUN IN A SEA OF MUD Agile Capt S S Browns fine colt won the Derby at Louis ville on Wednesday over Capt Jim Williams crack goer Rams horn and Lafson in the slow time of 210f The track owing to heavy rains was a veritable sea of mud The race of course was a disappointment owing to the condition t of affairsTwentyfive thousand people witnessed the race Lawson was only put in to win r third money You can save money in buying PERSIAN LAWNS ORGANDIES FRENCH NAINSOOK and WASH CHIFFONS If you buy them at C KAGIN BROS A SAD EVENT It is with more than usual re gret that we announce the death of Judge Cecil Pence of Coving ton by his own hand on Tuesday afternoonWe known Judge Pence in timately since his service in the Legislature of 1890 He was a jolly genial and able young lawyer and was endeared to a wide circle of friends throughout the ih State Long continued ill health caused the trouble FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults consumption Both have poor blood both need more fat These diseases thrive on lean- t ness Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best awl healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that shows why ScottH Emulsion is of HO much value in all cases of scrofula und consumption More rut more weight more nourish- menty thats why Send for lice sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4094J5 Pearl Street New York AlldeugglatsnI L tin ThirtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from any cause is sufficient to bringon this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the Circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I hays experienced with my heart I had the us symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite constipation palpitation of the heart shortness of and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and 1 suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severey and became so weak that my doctors i I could not live thirty days At this time had not slept over two hours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering m the heart so severe that I would have to give UPeverything and rest Nerve and Liver me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve years and thank Dr Miles Remedies font I think they are th remedies on earth am constantly recommending them to riendsMRs L J CANTREL- LWaxahacliie Tex All druggists sell and ntee first hot te Dr Miles Remedi s Send tar free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind TRUE OH KING Postmaster General Cortelyou seems to have a very correct idea of the matter He says the very best service a postmaster can ren der his party is to conduct his postoifice in a proper manner This position can not well be disputed An active partisan in the postotlice is apt to forget his duties to the public He cant well be a political leader and an efficient postmaster at the same time Georgetown Times It is also equally true that it is just as improper for high State officers Circuit Judges etc to be appointed as chairmen of campaign committees and members ofcounty and other committees Sauce for the goose sauce for the gander COUNTY WON 5 In the suit of the County of Franklin v Pat McDonalds es tate Judge Stout handed down n decision on Saturday awarding the county judgment for 400 which it was alleged had been illegally paid Mr McDonald for negotiating the sale of county bonds The fiscal court ordered the money paid but Judge Pols grove contended that there was no law authorizing it Suit was brought by him to recover with the result above given Extra Values In WHITE GOODS for Commencement Dresses at C KAGIN BRO- SREESTABLISHED AS THE QUEEN OF THE THOR OUGHBREDS HOME IAs far back as we can remember and that is quite a stretch Lex ington has been noted for being the home of the thoroughbred and the place where every promising colt or filly had to start from on its career in the racing world A few years back racing declined and that classic old race course known as the Kentucky Associa tion was forced after a bitter struggle to give way before younger and wealthier rivals nnd the grounds were first mortgaged and then sold In the last year Capt S S Brown the noted turfmnn pur chased the grounds and at once commenced putting the track in condition and erecting the necessary buildings to rehabilitate the track and open it up for racing Last week he saw his ambitions realized and for ten days there has been superb racing wit nessed by big crowds and the spring season of racing closed in a blaze of turf glory It is now generally conceded that racing will resume its wonted sphere at the home of the thoroughbred and in tho Athens of the West Capt Brown and Lexington both are to be congratulated cIf I i GRAND COUNCIL OF RED MEN- The Grand Council of the Independent Order of Red Men met in Odd Fellows Temple nt 10 oclock a m on Tuesday Rev M B Adams of the Bap tist Church made the invocation Mayor Darnell made n short address of welcome which was re nlHCol T Biter Crockett made the set address of welcome which wan 1e1Hectingheart Grand Sagamoie IJL Bebout responded The following officers were then elected for the ensuing year Great ProphetD H Denhardt Great Sachem L L Debout Great Senior SngamoreD H RussellGreat Junior Sagamore R L PageGreat Keeper of Wampum S C MooreGreat of RecordsH W Representatives to the Great CouncilG A Ellerkamp 11 B Val Ierstein John H Busch meyer W A Grader A large amount of business was transactedAbout delegates were in at tendanceA banquet was served in the banquet room of Odd Fel lows Temple on Wednesday night which was greatlyenjoyed as a feast of reason and flow of soul as well as more substantial mat ters The council concluded its business Thursday Two million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bit ters cures At any drug store AN ACQUISITION TO THE LEXINGTON HERALD We have the pleasure of an nouncing that Mr Charles I Stewart formerly of Louisville and more recently of Philadel phia has joined The Herald staff Mr Stewart was for four years connected with the Louisville Dis patch a large part of the time having entire charge of that uaper and won for himself the respect confidence and esteem of those who came in contact with him as well as a high reputation as a newspaper man by the ca pacity shown in the editorial con trol and business management of the paper After the failure of The Dis patch which was inevitable in spite of Mr Stewarts able and progressive management he was papersinas managing editor He was tempted to go from Louisville to the Philadelphia Ledger with which he has been connected for the past year in a position of im portance and responsibility which he resigned to accept a place on the staff of The Lexington Herald He will have charge of the business and advertising department Mr Frank S Reed who has had charge of that department taking charge of the subscription depart ment to which he will devote all of his attention Mr Stewart will also do a large part of the editorial work on The Herald and we congratulate our readers upon our good fortune in securing his services forthem and bespeak for him thekindly consideration andI generous welcome to which entitled and which we feel con fident he will receiveFrom The Lexington Herald April 16 LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO CALIFORNIA IIffornia this summer is the time to go The rates are unusually low Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Sacramento or Santa Barbara and return May 2 8 9 10 11 12 18 20 80 81 and June also August 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 and 14 Double berth in tourist sleeping car Chi cago to California 7 Through tourist cars for California leave Union Passenger Station Chicago 1025 p in daily RouteChi cago Milwaukee fc St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line F A Miller General Passenger Agent 1245 Railway Exchange Chicago 1A t i nw f1T Pleasant to take j 1 Laxative 2 w Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctorf 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 yttable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnessa Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be any other you have triedlALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEr i t I5 NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rVindows i J r u I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and Owfi interest you as to price andInquantity rla FRANK G STAGG I Hardware Paints Oils Etc c LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LbCAL TIMETABLEfEFFEC1IVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 3 DailyEx AM Leave No Dash Ex Sun A M Leave II Stations Iwl No1 ArM No 8 f tExIpM IVHII225 745 810 825 Winchester 923 5m 866 918 Clay City 488 406 923 Stanton 828 480 iI485 9S4 801 401 449 1003 BridgeTorrent 747 647 v 5 1029 Beattyville Junction Ig 728 828 ll 615 1180 91Jackson 625 225 Trains No 8 and connect at O K Junction with the O K Ry for Cannel City and local points on that line Trains No1 and 2 connect at Boattyvlllo Junction with L A Ry for Trains No and connect with the O O Ry at L E Junction for Sterling and local station J R BARR CHARLES SCOTTZGeneral Manager G P A p t OHIO AND RAILWAY Mix No8I INo StatiolUtI DailI KENTUCKY No 2- Ex Sand II Ar i jA f I1 AMLvePM Lve1 IAMArlpMAr i o 980 Jackson 880 1120 0 I926 280 O K Junction ass 1L20 158 Willrurat 417 1152 848I 162 Hampton 480 1158 18 12 Lee 510 122J 19 191 lJ Helvchawa 5l8 1228 74I 101 Cannel City 545 1245 J1 Nos and 2J will make oloso conueotfon at O K Juuatlon WIth Nos 8 and for f Ii points on the Lexington and Eastorn Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent r f i 11 Hosiery Fans1 ylt Gordon Dye- t The Gordon Dye Hosiery has an established reputa tion of good quality The 1extensive line we com 41 prises all the best grades The 15c 25c end 50c Tans Vhites han cies Black Gauze Lisle Lace Drop Stit c hn n d Plain are all vVeIir also have them for 75c and 100- iCHAS J EITZEIIYSuccessor to Weltzel ODonnell SALVATION ARMY CITADEL WILL BE DEDICATED WITH TWO DAYS SPECIAL CAM PAIGN A two days special campaign I will begin here tomorrow May 14 conducted by Col R E Holz And staff leaders of the Salvation lit PennsylvaniaVirginia Kentucky Province The occasion is the dedication of the local armys new citadel at 114 Clinton street The meeting will be held at the Courthouse Assisting Col Holz will be Major Escott Staff Captain Irvings and Adjt Blanche Duerr The full program is as follows SUNDAY MAY 14 11 a mCol Holz will preach in M E Church Major Escott in Southern Presbyterian Stall 3apt Irvings will speak ton min utes in the Christian Church 280 p in Dedication uf the r new Citadel Vi 880 proBottle for Su at Citadel Two children givtsi Tiwny at this meeting 280 p mlilng Raising Col t Holz in charge 1 American Flag RaiserGon- As H wittISongThe Star Spangled nor 2 Salvation Army Flag Raised f Col Holz SongAll Round the World 255 p m Opening If the ai Main Entrance Rev Win Crowe3- N 800 p m Opening Exleises t Opening Song Prayer y Rev J 0 A Vaught Song Chair mans Address Judge Johson C Reply AddressCol R E llolz Short Address Rev Win p The Offerings Major l1rwe1 Solo StaffCapt Irving ogy Closing Prayer Mrs Adjt Duerr The local Salvation Army Citadel building cost nearly 1000 besides the furnishings There is still owing about 750 When the Southern Presbyterians built their new church they gave the Army their old one This has been moved to their lot where it 1ff has been remodeled and a second story added The Citadel is a I twostory frame 22x58 foet in size The first floor is ocoupied- by the Auditorium the second floor is used for Officers Quarters fe and is composed of five rooms w besides a toilet and bath roomI Ensign Titus of superintended the erection of Citadel 1if ii I A SUCCESS The Bazaar given by the Young Peoples Society of Christian En deavor of the First Presbyterian Church gave a bazaar in the lecture room of the church on Fri day evening of last week Quite a neat little sum 8075 was realized v I THANK THE LORD Cried Hnnnah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Bucklens Arnica Salve It curedmy fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for 5 venrs It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at nil druggists 25o KINGS DAUGHTERS STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Kings Daughters will give a strawberry and ice cram sup per at the residence of MrT Bu ford Hendrick on Thursday evoking neat May IS It will be a delightful affair mid desorvea the paironaga of everybody Dont forget it STRAWBERRY SUPPER The LadiosAid Society of the First Baptist Church will give an entertainment in the chapel of the church on Tuesday m ht npxt May 10 A full supper with strawberries and ices will be alwaysThad asked Let everybody attend Wheneer you feel impending And need a magic little pill illINo other tine will fill the bill Like DeWittp Little Early The Famous Little PillsEARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache etc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by J W Gayle SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to Cassells on Main street pies cakes candy and other good thingsOpen all dhy tf 0 iIjr Jt Pretty Fans IIFans the largest we have ever had and for daintiness and t h IItoppaper Fans at 5c lOc 15c and 25c are great values and the White Gauze and Lace Fans are exquisite We have them from 50c to 50QI DELIGHTFUL FISH FRY AT INDIAN ROCK Col Jas A Scott entertained a company of his friends at his country lodge known as Indian Rockun Main Elkhorn on Sat urday last The whole affair was voted an entire success by those present who notwithstanding the rain of the morning enjoyed the entertainment very much Those present were Judge Hob son Judge Nunn Judge SettleIJudge Robert Stout and F Johnson W H Posey James B Ray Rev M B Adams James NoellGninSmith Winlock Cheek and number of others ai The noted colored chef Hocker prepared the meal When this is said its all thats necessary to say C 0 TIME T1ULI IlIrTH No AY Ni Pan r Lt1IntQII 111ort u QII1IIIIllfn 1l1O 8rtC 700 URTR 1o22A Lr Louisville Id80 6lISUeloyvIl e 700 rr hlvfOr 1018 740 A exlngton 1116 81C w a New Fast Tra- inColorado TO II UTAH II HE II PACIFIC COAST In effect May The now trains will leave St Loins In dully Tho evening trains to same pointe 1010 in daily Double daily service- Through Bleeping car service for SnnFran iaco tickets now on sale For gddresaR4Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Piss Ticket Agt St Louis Mo J 1t J F MORE DOUBLE TRACK Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C CaddelJ fore sees the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad by the Southern will call for four trucksIinstead of one So will and this reminds us of the agreeable statement in the Wash ington correspondence of The Post of yesterday that a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on GreensIburo southIernmany passenger freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with to few accidents nndn continuing cause congratulation to the alert and clearheaded train dir grentIoper of the South and it has not undertaken its doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume of its traffic fifty twentyfive years from evenI Charlotte Observer April 16 To obtain the best results use- the Southern Railway PassenIgerTraffic Manager Washington D C tf NOBODY SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Frank fort Men and Women Old and Young Alike IKidney ills seize young and old alike Quickly come and little warning give earlyiyearsCnnt control the kidney secre tionsGirls are languid nervous suffer pain- Women worry cant do daily workRobust men have lame and aching backs Old folks weak rheumatic lameEndure distressing urinary ills The cure for man for woman or for child Is to cure the causethe kid neys Downs Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys Cure all the varied forms of kidney suffering Frankfort testimony guarantees every box Mrs Elizabeth Johnson wife of M Johnson market man residing at 8440 Blanton St says My son Lorenzo was greatly benefitted by the use of Downs Kidney Pills Some time ago he huda bad spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected he complained a great deal forI steady dull aching pain in kidneys especially if he stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying at night as it disturbed his rest One evening I saw Downs Kidney Pills advertised in lour papers and a box was procured at J W Gayles drug store He begun taking them at my request weIllasthe backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the kidliey secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as he over did For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other- FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS Naional Baptist Anniversaries- St Louis Mo May 1005 one fare plus 25 10th24thII the round trip May 14th 15th and 10th Good returning until May 27th Go via Cincinnati and have the ad vantage of variable routes SAML E HUTTON G P 80td iii J E M 1 Is the Flour that made Frankfort famous the world is eating it1All the world is praising it All the world knows i Frankfort is the home tcf J E M JEMSold a BLUEGRASS Nurseries 1SPRING 1905 Trees by the Million Fruit and shade Small Fruits Grape Vines Shrubs Asparagus Rhubarb everything usual y found at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agentsITree and Strawberry application to H F HILLENMEYER SONS if K 218mrFRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATESA Grand Commandery Knights Templar of Kentucky Richmond Ky May 2427th One find one third fares for the round trip Dates of sale May 2324 Final limit May 27- SAML E HUTTON G P A 81tdtkQueen andI Crescent CU Route DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally presented in this formII DoMit today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days remedyforbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued youIIlungs German Syrup will surely beforeftrialIHOT WEATHER PILES Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather aud- bad drinking contribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and dangerous DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the name of E C DeWitt Co snoiiest Route AND Quickest Scneflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWNCINCINNATI f CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT I NEW ORLEANS poiNTSTEXAS Write for Rates and Printed Matter 01 EUGLARKEd T P A 189 Main Street Lexington Kentucky r1ri ri ATTENTION RARVERS t J ri 4 Strongest in the t11f1f World We have for beds for your crops Clover Blue Grass Grass Seeds Stoves Both 307 PhonesP COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION The annual convention of the County Sundayschool Association Will be held at Peaks Mill Fri day June 2 1905 A strong program is Semi pre pared and every effort will be made to make this the best con Vention ever held in the county Mr T C Gelmuer State Field Worker of Henderson Ky wil represent the State work He is thoroughly conversant with ever detail of Sundayschool work am his talks will be practical am helpful Some of the best loco talent will also be utilized The Secretary is now gathering reports from the Sundayschool of the county and every superin tendent should send in his report And contribution promptly Each school in the county should ap point one or two delegates to rep resent the school officially IE addition to these as many others as possible should attend Loot for the program in next issue oi i this paper For any further in formation address the County President or the County Secre tary E R JONES Switzer Kv MRS M B R DAY- Frankfort Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat LETTER LIST y TIle following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week endI- ng Saturday May 13 1905 Baker Mrs Lucinda Bridirenmn Cal Brinhtwell Walter Brown Miss Lucy Bush Joe Fletcher Frank Gortney Mrs Sallie Gross Laurence 1Hawkins Mrs Oma V t Mrs Elizabeth Hill Geo W Hopper Thomas J Jenks Dr E C Johnson J B Jones Mrs Linnie 2 i Ligon Mr and Mrs S T Lung John- Montgomery Miss Maggie 8 Moore Mrs Mollie Pollock Maurice B Redman John Shields Sidney Taylor Miss Hattie B Whitaker Mrs Mary Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very nruch overdrawn The poor pati nt and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning Is made certain by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due 4tt V to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime 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 bottle 25c regular size 75c A tall druggists yr v Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENOEWelded by ElectricityJust the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry I Fertilizers tobacco Tarpaulins protecting ITimothy Orchard Hardware Cements f C SOWER 8c CO MARRIED DAVIS R9SENBERG Announcement the ap preaching marriage of Dr Maur ice S Davis of Lexington and Miss Olga Rosenberg of Louis ville The happy event is to occur in the month of June Dr Davis is the son of Mr II Daivs of this city and is a promising and rising young bridetobe is said to be a handsome and cultivated young woman She is a singer of some note in the Falls City- BEAZLEYVAGLEYAt the residence ot the officiating minis ter on Monday Mr Charles Beaz ley and Miss Vernie Vagley both originally from Pike county IndI were married by Rev Win Crowe CHURCH FOGG Announce ment is made of the marriage of Mr John Church of this county and Miss Fannie Gib son Fogg The happy event is to occur at Grassy Springs Christian Church on Wednesday June 7th Mr Church is the handsome and hustling Rural Free Delivery man on Route No1 and has a host of friends His bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of W Sam Fogg of Duck ersIeXItendedDont forget the half price sale on Ladief Tailor Made Suits at C Kagin fr Bros DeWltt Little Early Risers The famous little plllta AWFUL WRECK A passenger train on the Pan Handle R R ran into a frieght train loaded with dynamite on Wednesday in South Harrisburg Penn with the result that four awful explosions followed in which more than 50 persons were killed outright and over 100 were injured Many passengers were blown from the sleeping cars into the river It was simply awful White Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits are large assortment to choose fromC Bro DO IT TODAY The time worn Injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do roday is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it tolayancl let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which 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 consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 26c regular size 750 At all drugigsts lyr IJj ii 1ft FREEA SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Map of Kentucky showing every Post office County Railroad Railroad Sta tion tuid River An alphabetical index locating towns and giving population and figures of latest census Nap of United States i Map of Nicaragua and Panama Canal with reports of the Congressional com ittees Map of Eastern Hemisphere Map of Western Hemisphere Map of Japan Corea and Seat of Russo Japanese War An Attractive Calendar for 1905 and the Flags of all Nations in colors Census Reports of 1880 1810 and 1900 This Atlas is worth 2 and you get it for absolutely nothing by subscribing for the Louisville Evening PostDAILY 1 YEAR 300 DAILY 6 MONTHS 200 SATURDAY ONLY I YEAR 100 THE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper AT THE RATE OF ONLY 125 PER MONTH llY A department for everybody FAIREST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR 301 SIX MONTHS s 200 THREE MONTHS 126 ONE MONTH fiOo Sample cory if you wish Address Dept THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ROUNDABOUT year 100 The 1U05 6pORC Calendar Wall Atlas 100 The Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper 300 Total 500 The special reduced price for 1905 360 Special values in Ladies Walking Skirts 35O 5 and 750 at C I agin 4Bros oaSItORXABears the SouthernRailwayFor booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asaeitaut General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo- O H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 166 88tf I iij ji n I f J o I r r 1 Will Conform to M the most Z uneven round 7r also physician- His approaching SAIL Circulation Frankfort IKentucky I f The Vir giniana t Is r A New Patton n In Sterling Silver y Spoons and Forks t ffi 1t In gray finish j tin This pattern is extremely leasonable In price And we are now ivady fiCTo show a full line f i In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces y Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this a ortnients M A Selbert Ii Reliable Jeweler w Ihuse green lumber Our LUMBER is ii j1seasone 1k Hammond SCO d f 4t 1 X RELIGIONFIRST BATPIST CHURCH f ij Rev M B Adams the pastor being at the Southern Baptist Jon yention at Kansas City there will no services at either hour Irrfrr ClnssrauJht by S E Hutton Su- li Adults and strum fors invited to joIn Barnon Class at 945 taught by r the President j Young Peoples Union 1wUlmeet Iu the chapel at 685 p in Leader John Win Hoge tr Topic Spirit Filled Chris I tiansI Prayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 8 oclock 11t J Visitors cordially invited Seats t i i i ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUROHRev A U Chinn roe J tor Sunday May 14 ojIt 1100 a m Morning prayer and i sermon 780 p in Prayer and sermon It 130 a m Sundayschool afternoon at 430kWodnesday i Friday evening at 780 Teachers Meeting and Bible Study These services are all open to the I pulbic 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev R Hudson the pastor will IC at 11 a in and 780 p in Sundayschool chapel at 080 a m in Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 080 p in Business meeting led by the y President I The Junior Society will meet on i Friday afternoon at oclock in i the oljapol 3Everybody invited t i 2 SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN k c CHURCH Rev Win Crown pas Ittor Maj Eseotr of tho SnhatonIwill at 11 a prenohlJWYoung Peoples Society at 030- V p m Prayernuuting Wednesday oven 11 Jug nt7BUi ouloolIx Ever d invited to attend 11 tr CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev J father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m Mass at lOnt in Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 7 8Q p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHne J McClusky Blay iifly D D the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m t Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p m f Prayermooting Wednesday even ing at 780 p in All young people are invited to Attend METHODIST CHUROH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 Visitors cordially Invited tr at ti tend GREATLY IMPROVED We are glad to know that Mr John P Hostetter who was badly injured by his horse falling on him county court day is greatly improved and hopes soon to be about CA I1 017 1 A Metre the RlgnatnreF ss TN FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 12 and 13 111 Cent For One Paper of Hair Pins 1 Cent For One Card of Spring Hooks and A 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 agent 38 For A Card for Nice Pearl Buttons 5 Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Cents For Cotton 12c 15c 49 Cents For Silks 65c Good Handkerchiefs 10 Cents For Dress Shields s D JOHNSON CO I LAST CALL On next Monday will place a genuine Glacie 36 inch Silk worth X125 to 150 for 1 yd 200 yards Novelty Silks cant be duplicated 75c and 65c Our price 50c Silk in all shades and upwards You will findour White Goods sheer and nice and Commence ment We will be certain to suit you Lace Curtains and Draperies Lace Curtains 9Sc worth 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal more Curtain Swisses lOc a yardand up both dots and stripes E J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper PaintsOils MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Guranteed IJ3Bm ll A Policy in THE EUUITABLE LIFE WILL YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN IPROTECT FOR OLD AGE K YOUR BUSINESS PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A PERMIT YOU TO LIVE UP TO YOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT IRalph K1 Wilson District Manager Frank Ca Hutchison Local RepresentativeJ 1805 SAVANNAH AND RE- TURN8080 FT WORTH AND RETURN VIA QUEEN ROUTE Tickets on sale from George towu to Savannah May 18th and 14th with final limit May 20th with privilege of extension to June 15 1005 To Ft Worth May 15th 10th and 17th with final limit of May 81st Ask ticket for particulars Dr Weaver Syrup Fnrttei the blood Cerate ointment for the akin t f i Cents Mohairs worth 50c and 60c 5 Cents Cents For 10 Voiles worth worth 5 Cents For for Muslins 20c for Dresses Etc FRANKFORT Satisfaction YOUR OWN ENTERPRJSES DEPENDENT CRESCENT h jj CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Wo 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 20to A little life may be sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont have Dr Thomas Ec lectric Oil on mind for the emergency I V 10 Cents For Tooth Brushes 10 Cents Per for Flowered Ribbon 49 Cents For Corsets 100 and i 8 Cents For 4 Cents For Best Calico 55 Cents Per Pattern for Nice White 5 Cents For Apron Gingham Health Insurance The time will come when there will be far less disease because ac tive 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 preven tative measure is to Disinfectants Freely about your premises especially at this time of the year We have all the best ones Can tell you what to use and when to use it iiW GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Ky paWitts Little Early Risers The famous little MANS UNREASONABLENESS Is often as as womans But Thos S Mgr of the Republican of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the to operate on his wife for trouble Instead he 8ns- we concluded to try Electric- My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to her After taking Electric she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c II rvZPL This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cnron n cold la one day PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD PRIZE TWINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN Our stook is from the in 15 FOR 150 Hill Yard worth 125 Ladies Vests Shirting measures Use Frankfort pIHs great Austin doctors female Bitters relieve Bitters BRED Eggsgreateategglaying strains America EGGS Thorn POULTRY YARDS Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky OldPhono No 83P IGGni rt a 1fI IB STRICTLY GENUINE Most of the patent medicine testimonials are probably genuine The following notice recently ap peared 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 drug gist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He recom mended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Sold by J W Gayle Coughs and colds down to the very borderland of consumption yield to the soothing healing in fluences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup wTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore subsisting between firmsWebbermutual consent dissolved Hiram Williams retiringAll demands against the i b1CharlelHIRA I WfLlilA ISM 10lm CHARLES WEBBER r Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisvillet No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 940 p m Arrives 745 a m New Orleans Special No praNoLea yes 720 a m Arrives 453p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate- points Connection to and from ElIzabeth town Hodgenille nncl Hopkin Ule tno HodgenilleNo Accommodatior No Leaves 480 p m A r ives 955 a m For Centrnl City Connecting service to Hodcenville and except oa Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily yForThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST TO CALIFoRNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST l UNION STATION FTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor CarslPalace Drawing Room t E H BACON D P A n Cor 4th and Market Ste Loulxvflfe SOME GREAT KENTUCKY FEUDS It is good to find in print such a story as The Truth About Breatliitt the Bloody by James S Compton in the May Sports Afield Wild tales have come from that Kentucky county made famous by warfare among its mountain farmers the world out side has known and wondered but that is all We have here a reve lation Never before have the underlying reasons the motives to and compreIhended cerely truthful as to attract the attention of eminent men in all parts of the country Among the many letters received by Sports Afield since its publication the following from such an acknowledged authority on American life and folklore as Sun lev Waterloo is especially interesting Mr Waterloo says We have hero the inner story of the great Kentucky feudwrit ten by one recognizable at once as the man to tell it and who above all has the gift of portraying scenes and fierce incidents as they wereof describing the situation ns it is It was in pioneer days that Kentucky acquired the grim name of the Dark and Blood Ground Then the white invader faced the Indian peril the toma hawk and scalping knife were busy and the graves of the am bushed lone hunter or the family surprised unguarded in the cabin grew sadly numerous in forest and in field Tho name was well acquired but its reason had long since passed when the feudists after the Civil War gave a new fitness and significance to the title which was becoming a mere legend Bloody indeed has been the ground again ensanguined byfother lands but by descendants of the men who first wrested the wilderness from the savage Pure Americans of their typo are these Kentucky slayers blue of blood with the desperate courage the blue blood ever owns but with environments yet too wild for the ethics of modern civiliza tion The Sicilian vendetta is a puny thing besides a Breathitt county feud and even the ambush is yet counted an allowable feat ure of the murderous code This Eastern Kentucky region produces its own red fruit and Prof Comp tons story has the flavor of the atmosphere his is the gift for entering into the soul ofa story with virile faithfulness and feel ing Other notable articles in the May Sports Afield are Tredway Elliotts autobiography of fifty years of frontier life The Mu tiny a stirring sea story by 1urkeyHunting Fishing in New Brunswick Gout Hunting in the Cascade Range A Deer Hunt in the Sierra Madre of Mexico Coupled to Chain Lightning an account of tarpon fishing on the Gulf Coast Opening Day 1 on a Wisconsin Trout Stream II Black Bass in Florida and a great variety of interesting shorter sportrdealer can supply you if not Bend to Sports Afield 858 Dear born St Chicago Ills THE OLD PENN TAVERN r GOES Dr J S Coleman has purchase what is known us the old Penn Tavern on Arlington Heightf and will erect two modern cottages on the ground occupied Ijy it h In the 50s this was quite a noted hotel and enjoyed a good custom It was burned early in 1853 and only a portion of it ever rebuilt which was used as a tene- mentJ house THANKS a frienellinthe TimesDispatch of May 5 giving an account of the and impressive incidents beautifulII to the funeral o beloved MajorGeneral Fitzhugh daybeforethat oity LOUISVILLEIN THE HEART OF THE FAMOUS BLUE GRASS OF KENTUCKY If you have never visited the metropolis of Kentucky Louis ville the gateway to the South you may never have another opportunity as favorable as the one offered during the Confederate Veterans Reunion June 1410 1905 which it is anticipated willi attract a hundred thousand ors from all parts of the country newlanda mile for the roundtrip will be in effect from most all points in the United States on account oft the Reunion and Kentucky is prepared to entertain royally her honored guests at that time It may not be amiss to remark that the Man in Gray will hold duringthistitled to this honor but the favorable rate will also attract a horde of sightseers pleasureseek ers and investors to Louisville the town that ships more carload freight than aiiy two other cities in the South This freight men tion is merely incidental and to acquaint you with the importance and magnitude of our business in terests The purpose of this slip is more to interest you in Kentuckys most popular railroad the Hen properlytermed Comfort TJinens a solid comfort passenger line than as a common carrier of freight althoughwe appreciate and will continue to do sovall the freight that moves our way Our passenger service between St Louis Evansville and Louis ville compares favorably with any competitor and one feature of it we superiorthntfeaturewhich yoi will agree with us is a very important fac torOur equipment consisting of Reclining Chair Cars seats free Pullman Drawingroom Sleepers Vestible Highback Seat Coaches and Parlor Cars through change is as fine and withoutIias any that operate in Kentucky bar none patronageInLouisville for the Confederate Reunion or on any trip which takes you between St Louis Evansville and Louisville declare the Henderson Route in and in sist on your ticket reading our way L J IRWIN GeneralPassenger Agent Louisville Ky Send five stamps red ones for a of entitled The reproIductionby Mr Robert M Hooe the celebrated artist of the Louisville thelthreegrayon a white background Picture is 16x22 inches and is printed on tine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for use unframed but equally suitable for framing They will be enclosed in strnw board mailing tubes for safe trans mission by mail thus avoiding any possibility of breakage and insuring safe delivery We are also distributing a small but complete booklet de scriptive of Louisville hotels restaurants and boarding houses showing their capacity rates etc which will be of interest to any one contemplating a trill to Louisville this summer and which we will glady mail on request without expense to you LIGHTNINGS PRANKS thundernight and early Wednesday morn ing three fine trees in the ceme tery were destroyed One of the handsomest was on the Boone monument lot Dr Cadys Condition Pointers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anjf vermifuge They are not food t fmedicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle gg STAMPING GROUND Prof E R Jones of Switzer is conducting a class in vocal mufic once a week The prospect for wheat in this section never appeared to lie bet ter at this season of the year Owing to frequent rains the planting of corn and other farm operations have been delayed Cadet J B Sprako Kentucky State College was at home from Friday until Monday Mr A Stewart is attending nI course of medical lectures in LouI isvilleThere was a fine crowd present nt the Town Hall on Fridtiv night to witness the Odd FpllowsI entertainment It was hugely enioyed We are glad to learn that Mrs Mattie Stone of whose serious illness we made mention last week is somewhat better Mr and Mrs B Stone who were called to her bedside at Green vine Tenn have returned home Several sales of tobacco have been made in the last few days but at considerably lower prices than formerly Rev G W Hill has been sent as a Messenger to the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City Mo by the Baptist Churcl He will attend the Norhern Bap tist Anniversaries at St Louis Mo on the return trip Bro Hill is filling his place here with great acceptation In a bulletin recently jssued by U S Geological Survey the ori gin of the name of our town is given on account of the buffalo herds that congregated in the vicinity It would have been more correct if it had said that it was occasioned by the herds of buffalo which came to the Buffalo Springs to drink standing under the shade of the big trees and stamping the ground hard by rea son of the flies which attacked them UNO information sent free receipt of coupon with blank lines filled HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent NEW YORK CITY A Agent C41 1 yJ The Kind You Have Always Bought ami has lcCltGin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and t infancy no one to deceive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the of Infants and Children against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsITRtrT CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Dr E Huron has been an nounced as a cn lidutn for Mayor to the notion of the Demo cmtIu party Dr Rums is n first class gontlemnn with large busi ness interests in thn city and if elected would make n good Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood skin diseases has been made under his per sonal supervision since its Allow you this Experience goric sleep t the LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA L N FOR SPRING RACESMay Tickets will be sold May 9th nnd1fC 10 limited to May 20th Also OD May 10th to May 27th inclusive limited to three days after date ofv sale at fare and onethird round- trip and on May 21at 22d and 23d at one fare plus twentyfive cents r round trip limited to May 25th il Opportunities in California ITheyear J There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far EastM 4 f Big opportunities for the man who lives there l I Why not look the field over tOnly 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Losa l and return May 12 3 9 10 n I2 I3x30 3I June If August 6 7 Sf 9 f 10 If 1213 Land 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days witc Rate for a double berth in comfortable tour I ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points 5 a in only 7 Through train service fromfiUnion Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee Si Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago 60 p m and Tile California t Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers Complete on W S Broadway or F MILLER General Passenger CHICAGO j y y 1 which health contains E subject Mayor and a I a Name Street a dressI City State Probable destination CALIFORNIA arx