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J h If It lTHE FRANKF liT ROUND BOIJT Y GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEBMS 100 In Advancer I lli IVOL XXYI1L FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 20 190b NO 37 TAN OXFORDS t ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer shoe Tan is the coolest leather that can be wornthe softest and easiest i on the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad sailor tie i Iit11e Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe 4 Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted soles medium heel and toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole II soft as a glove rather narrow toe rt Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords A southern tie made of tan kid withcloth top and very light turn sole is If a great seller extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great variety f of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear Itl The southern tie is The welt oxfords Queen Quality Tan Oxfords Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with welted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with iSX flexible soles Prices 1light1 j 250 and rr t Laird Schobor Co s are practically the only womens fine shoes in the yI country They are unequalled any respectbut especially daintiness dualitiesiJfinvarietyiiiR Ki McCLURE SON iI 212214 S Clair Street 1 Frankfort Ky u lORDERED ROCK CRUSHER AND ROAD ROLLER t The City at its moot f ing on Monday night ordered the purchase of a rock crusher and a l ff road roller to bo used in improv fi ing the streets of the city These If machines have been long needed to streets enable tho city to have modern BURGLARS GALORE i Time two blacksmith shops of fMl Ed Harper and Mr James t on the West Side wore fr visited on Sunday night and much everything in the itpretty tools carried away Where Bellopoint policeman C A 11 0EI IAItem the Jgnat1ire ot 4 Council TAKEN TO THE CHILDRENS HOME Two littlo destitute children Lulie Scroggins and Gracie mans were ordered taken to the Childrens Home at Louisville by Judge Polsgrove on Monday Mr W G Simpson a direotorI of tho Home for this coun thou Louisville on Tuesday POSTPONED Owing to tho fact that the ice cream and strawberry supper announced for Tuesday night of this week by the Kings Daugh trs conflicted with a previously announced entertainment the directors have postponed the holding of the same until Thursday night of next week May 25 It will be hold at tho handsome homo of Mr J Buford Hendrick The Terraces Dont forget it 71 iftI rt tt1 d tt f 350 300 300 5 3 I in in espee Ro SINGULAR ACCIDENT Mr Emil Haldi met with a singular accident on Monday afternoon He went to his ice chest tc take a bottle of Coco cola therefrom when it exploded in his hands cutting his hands thoIbut flat whys so that ho was not hurt TWO SPECIAL JUDGES IN COURT OF AlIPEALSI Judge M C ford and Judge J E Robbins of Mayhold were appointed special judges to sit in the case of Ashor o v Ahl in the Court peals Two of the regular judgosIwere disqualified to sit in The special judges were this week in performance of their duties R v l Special Sale o- fDRESS r GOODS r The prices are for one week only so buy now and get in on the bargains that are of feredII F 11138 inches price wide Fancy Mohair regular price nO sale t 88 price50e1150 pricestlyishfor114G Inches Wide Crneuette extra good quality worth 75c sale price 44 Inches Wide Voile in light shades worth 100 sale price H 50 Inches Wide Fancy Serge in Black Brown and Navy worth 100 sale price 1119 Inch Wide Fancy Silks suitable for Shirt Waist Suits worth 75c sale price linG Inches Wide Wash Silk in Cream White worth 75c sale prIce 1124 Inches Wide Fancy Taffata Silk neat stripes and checks reguar 100 sale priceInches Wide Changeable Silks extra values in DBlown Green Blue Redn bargain that were 1750 only 875 Suits that were 1850 only 925 Suits that wore 2500 only 1250 Suits that wore only 1500 f 1 One Lot of Ladies Skirts made of Cloth and Fancy Cloth tailored worth GOO to 750 sale price ILawn Waists well made neatly finishedit bargain Lawn Waists made of nice sheer material worth 100 sale price other good values 100 to 50i l2 cII1 = 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge j J A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable t J do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies tho nuti uriml of digestion and does flamed muscles of that organ are digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by J W Dr J DENTIST f 1 f 3901 I 3901 J 59cl I59cl 3 75cl I79c 1159cA59cl 1 89c I11 1 Ladies Tailor Made Suits perfectlycostSuits 8000 Ladies Walking Skirts priceOneIInently 3751 J 51 1 I Shirt Waists 1 I juices Gayle 75cl I80c 1 I1mAlso 1171 CKAGNO I Irelaxingjthe KodolI sTCollins KyI CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR RALLY Lexington Ky May 1921 1005 1140 for round trip Cer tificate plan Dr Weavers Syrup antI Cerate 7 Sacoesaf treatment for blood and akin diseases A DISASTROUS CALAMITY cnlnmitywhen r cause indigestion and constipation have sapped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr KingsNow Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and euro headache dizziness colic consti alldrug lyZ L tWttJ t Tans Vicis Velours Pat Coronas Box Calf And All Styles In A Shoes and- Low Cuts PERSONAL Mr 0 Fugazzi visited friends in Georgetown this week Miss Margaret Berberioh visited friends in Lexington this week Col Roger D Williams of Lex ington was here Wednesday Mr Jos Bosworth of Middes born was here on Wednesday Mr Henry A Brewer of Emi nence was in the city Tuesday Mrs Wm Cromwell visited rela tives at Bowling Green this week Miss Susie Toombs of Louisville spent Sunday here Lexington SterJingRev L C Kelly of Sharpsburg was in the city on Friday Mr Jas N Miles of Lexington was in the city this week Mr Grant L Roberts was called nightIreturned from Bowling Green Miss Jennie Robb has retuined from a visit to Louisville Miss Josephine Kavanaugh is the guest of relatives in Mqrcer county Judge W N Beoknor of Win chester attended the Court of Ap pealsthis week Representativefrom day Miss Anna Clay of Paris was the guest of Misses Anne and Emily Thomas this week Rev M B Adams returned Thursday from Kansas City and St Louis Mo Mr Ed F Trabue of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court t of Appeals on Thursday Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Tuesday in the in terest of the Seller Carriage Co Mr D L Kennedy went to Lour svitle this week to sell a horse and see his best girl MonIdaIlls Miss Virginia M Morris visited Mrs Geo M Adams at Winches ter this week Misses May and Daisy Hocken e snnith visited friends in Louisville this week J Hun Lewis McQuown attended circuit court at Bowling Green this M F Wood of Lexington Who was called hero by the JUUWBB of her brother has returned home Mr Frank Jeffries wife and nightfromMrs B R Wilson and son Tom left Monday for a visit to relatives At Falmouth Mr Lich of Louisville was the guest of Rev T F Talla ferro Sunday Miss Florence OConuell of Washington City was the guest of Mr W B OConnel this week L Mr Jas H Sower and wife of Lawrenceburg spent Sunday here the guests of relativesIDr L M 1 was called here by the illness of his cousin Mr Wm P Mrs Mattie Mathews SccttIatives at her old homo vllle this week Mr Steele Reading and Miss Margaret Reading visited friends in Shelby county this week Mrs Jennie Cardwell has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jas L Watson in Lexington Mrs Hugh R Ayres of Louis ville was the guest of friends here Thursday IMr Foster V Cox of Carlisle the Court of Appeals on TuesdayMr Taylor of Louisville has been the guest of relatives here this week Miss Nannie Clay of Paris was the guest of Misses Thomas Wash ington street this week Mr Lee A Herrman Jr of Pa duoah Ky was here with his father on Wednesday Dr E C Koomole wife and son have returned from a visit to rela tives at Eminence Judge C E Booe returned Wed nesday from his old home at Flera ingsburgMr R Todd the commer cial evangelist was a visitor here WednesdayMrs of Fredonia is the guest of Judge T J Nunn Third street Capt W F Dandridge and wife returned night from Washington City Mr L A West of Irvine was in attendance upon the courts here this week Mr James Saifell who has been living in New Orleans La has come home for a short stayIMr Tyler Nash of was the guest of his Thos P Averill this week LoxIingtonMr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott CovingtonPage on Saturday Mr Edgar M Suter of Louis ville who has heen sick here has so far recovered as to be on the street Saturday Mr W Pat T Dudley of the Proctor Gamble Co spent sev oral days here this week the guest of his sisters Mrs Hugh N Leavell and SOli of Louisville wore guests of Mr Hubert Vreeland and wife week thisI Mrs Walter Kelly of yule who has been the guest of relatives here for about two weeKs returned home Tuesday Mrs Lawrence and sons Willie and Robert of Owenton were guests of Mrs M L Lawrence this weekMiss Marie Lindsey of Louisville who has beer the guest of her uncle Gen D W Lindsey has returned home Mrs John G South has returned from a visit to her parents Gov W O Bradley and wife in Louis villeMrs Sallie R Thomas and son gonetoof the little mans health daughterBussolls performance in Louisville SaturdayMr of Chicago Ills who was the guest of Col E H Taylor Jr left fur home Sunday night Gen D W Lindsay and Col Goo B Harper have returned from- a trip to New York on business for the F d C B R Co IMrs Wm P Hudson and son left Friday for Stamford WIraces Louisville performanceThrelkeld and Miss Scott of fMrs were guests of Mrs W T Scott Wilkinson street this week Mr Paul Collins of Central University Danville was the guest of his parents Dr J S Collins and wife this week t f t f j J 1 J WLDOUGLAS AHOES400 X30 3C 11 UNIONI VllDOUGLASMAKES 3 AND35SHOES TWO SOLD ONLY BY DAVIS L D3V1S t t Ladies Misses and ChildrenssIn Low Prices All Styles CLOSING OUT TO QUIT DRY GOODS BUSINESS WIT READING SON IWe must have our entire line of Dry Goods and sold by June 1 and to do so we have marked everything to cost and below cost Everything must go and nothing reserved We must have everything in this line disposed of by June so we ouriways go first Half Price SaleWe will put on sale Monday May 8th Lawns Organdies and Dimities at just half their real value This is a chance in a life time to buy your sum mer 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 StoryB- Y 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 Powers 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 shooting of Goebel the arrest the threetrials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance 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 substantial cash interest in every copy sold of My Own Story The Bobbs Merrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky TwWWV T 7tllfV3 4KILL THE COUCH t AND CURE THE LUNGS I I c s I IWITHHew Discovery IFDR King OLDS 5 PriceI ISurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK lIHv Mrs Root M Bergman and son Western of Irvine are guests of her parents Capt I T West and i wife af Mrs John Morgan of Lexington and Mrs Lewis Castleman of St Mo were guests of Miss Annie Herndon this week Mr Edward Kogin is at home for the summer from the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Louisville Miss Nellie Kuttner of Louis ville who has been the guest of Mr T M Phythian and wife has returned home Rev C R Hudson lefty Rthehead College Miss Nellie Orbison of Versailles was here yesterday the guest of her uncle Mr Geo F Berry Mr W J Roberts has returned from Irvine where he went to look r after logs belonging tai his firm Ho reports lotp of logs on the way down the river Mr E C German and wife of Louisville were here this week Mr German is hero in the interest a of the Geo G Fetter Co public printersCol S Deboney attended tho Grand Encampment 1 OOFi- n Louisville this week as repre sentative of Frankfort Encamp f moot k Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville Iiwifevisiting relatives in Mason county returned homo ThursdayfL J9Mr Gavin came home from St Louis Mo because spendingCol Richard Morris and wife has returned to St Louis Mr Lee A Herrman of Muncie fandhere Wednesday shaking hands with old friends He holds his A own very nicely Mr Andrew Trumho who was so unfortunate as to fall through an elevator shaft at W A Gaines Co Distillery and break his is being attended by Dr Wallace andyis doing as well as could be ex pected at this time j Mr Randalph H Blain Mr White and Mr Ma pother of Louisville woro in the rJmisfortunethis side of Bridgeport i Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel gave quite an extensive euchre party to their lady friends at the Capital Hotel on Thursday after noon There were 88 tables Mrs Wm Snffell won two prizes MrsJArthur VanWinklo and Mrs Phil ip Winn won the other prizes Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J H Fuqua has gone to Jack son to make some investigation of affairs iu the County Superintend Superintendent givingbopd n BEATHS s CALLERYIn this city on Sunday night Mr John J Cal lery aged 51 yearg The funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the l Good Shepherdon Tuesday morn ing at 9 oclock Rev Father Thos S Major officiating DANGEROUS RUNAWAY On Friday night last when the streets were crowded with people and vehicles the horse of Mr H i Clay Wilson attached to a buggy became frightened about 780 i oclock and ran up Main street at a rapid rate In front of the Opera House the horse collided with the horse attached to the t Adams Express wagon felling him to the ground but this did not stop the runaway who continued up East Main street towards its home A gentleman saw him coming just beyond the Arsenal and yelled Whoa at him when the welltrained animal stopped and was brought back town where he started from It was found that not a thing was hurt and even the express wasIwas a escape serious trouble The aiiigeneit of tile Park will be strict II to sale or use of intoxicating drinks No person of questionable char acter will be allowed pa the grounds Officers will be kept there fo see that r ladies and children are takes care of lid permitted to enjoy their outing Re- freshmentsf can be had on the grounds after May 29 PAPERS ALL SIGNED On Tuesday afternoon Capt I T West and wife signed the neces j sary deeds conveying to Pennsylvania parties nearly 24000 acres of land lying in Jackson and contiguous counties The deeds were duly acknowledged before County Clerk N B Smith We are glad to state that Capt West mnde aIneat little sum in the transaction IHestill has some 4000 acres of remaining Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort p1rfolder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN r Asssitant General Passenger Agent Bt Louie Mo r C H HUNGERFORD s k a District Paasenger Agent Louisville Ky See our 110 for DressesWmen ement THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASONAny Wool Suit in the house at ONE HALF PRICE for next week COVERT JACKET Light weight half line 500 Jacket for 889- SKIRTSSpecial values in Shirt Waist Skirts at 500 and 800 8DcFor fine quality Mohairs in neat effects colors Brown Blue or Tan worth 100 to Xl25 yd SILKS Next week we will make the Silk Week of the season by reason ofpxtra special offerings 49c for Foulard effect or Striped Silks 69c for Plain or Fancy worth 90c good assortment e BIRTHS r JEFFRIESIn this city on to Mr Frank M Jeffries and wifeaeonP- OLSGEAVE METHODIST CHURCH DEDICATION As there has been so much con fusion as to the date set for the dedication of the new Methodist Church at PoIB rove we wish to give notice Authoritatively that the dedication will be on Sunday May 28 1905 Rev H U Morrison officiating Morning and afternoon services 10 a m and 8 p m LUKE KAVANAUGH CHAS WEBB BARNET WEBB Board of Trustees Call and see the beautiful stock of Colored Wash Goods that are being shown by C f agin and Bra TAX RATE FINALLY FIXED BY CITY COUNCIL CityCounoil finallyfixedsame as last yeardistributedas follows 85 cents for general pur poses 40 cents for school pur sinkingfundEducation only 40 cents in place of the 50 cents asked forIIWhen doctoTB fail try Burdock Cures dyspepsia iconstipation i invigorates the Rtiolosystem PLEASANT AFFAIR Judge J H Polsgrove enter tained the fiscal court and county officers on Monday at a dinner at the Frankfort Hotel The fol presentEsqler Esq W H Graham County Attorney J T Buford Sheriff A G Jeffers Deputy Sheriff Walter Jeffers County Clerk N B Smith Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall Officer Z T Thomason It was a very pleasant affair GETS OPERA HOUSE LEASE oounIoilafter considering all the bids forIlease of the Opera House years awarded the same to Messrs J D MoNamara Co of this city at 800 per annum Mr McNaraara has striven to give our citizens oloan and first class shows heretofore and we are glad ho obtained the lease S FARMER DEATH OF MAJOR JOHN DI HARRIS The sad news came to this city on Saturday that Major John D Harris one of the wealthiest and most prominent farmers of Mad ison county had died Friday afternoon aged 76 years Major Harris had served four years in the State Senate from the Madison district with honor and distinction He was a prominent candidate for the office of Gover nor at the time Gen S B Buck ner won the place in the Democratic State Convention of 1887 After his defeat for the latter place he retired permanently from political life and gave his atten tion to the cultivation of his farm of 2500 acres Some two years ago his wife was taken from him by death and he seemed to lose his grasp upon earthly affairs to a large extent He leaves two daughters Mrs Saml H Stone of Louisville and Mrs C M Clay Jr of Bour bon county to mourn his death His only son John D Harris Jr diedseveral years ago Major Harris was an upright honest and intelligent man who made friends and held them of all who knew him The funeral and interment took place at Richmond on Sunday last DANGEROUS ACCIDENT As the 985 L do N train was going up the grade above the tun nel on Wednesday a large rock that had been loosened by the heavy rains slid down to the side of the track and before the train could be stopped tore the steps off of a car Had the train been going at full speed the accident would in all probabiity have been a very serious one a OATORXAEsus Bfptvttl theIM bt APPOINTED Mr J B Wathen has been appointed Distillery Supervisor of his district and also of teat made vacant by the death of Col W J Wilmore LOST HIS WAD While getting on a street car in Louisville on Tuesday night Mr Lewis McQuown was touched oontainingI j OLD TAYLORr THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYr r x t H TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky x et lv 25cFor French Cotton Voiles in soft tones highclass effect worth 40c to 50c WHITE GOODS We especially excel in our White Goods for quality and value 800 for Sheer French Lawn 46 inches wide 25c for All Linen Waisting just the right weight New line of Swiss Bands YOU MUST finish your house cleaning before hot weather You cannot got along without a new Floor Coloring In jus tice to yourself see our MATTINGS and RUGS They have the handsome offectjat money saving prices 25o Choice Designs in Japanese or Chinese lIIRttings1 GOODfor OLD and YOUNG August Flower keepi the children healthy longSostrong utiI off la gleeAnd the druggist Please give it me Inability to get up brink and fresh in pallormuddythese all indicate a disordered stomach childrenltoo regularlyindigestiondyspepsta a natural tonic for body and mindnTwo sixes ajcaad 750 All druggists STAMPING GROUND Mr Pat Ham brick has pur chased a yearling steer from MrI R S Sprake for 27 and a canner for 15 We regret to learn that un favorable news has been received from Mrs Mattie Stone at Greenville Tenn Her en reIcoveryrainy season visited us on Satur day morning The streams were all out of their banks much ground was badly washed and a great deal of land will have to bej renlowed and replanted While tins is true of corn etc those who had tobacco land ready and plants large enoughsucceeded in planting parts of their land So the rains have not been an un mixed evil UNO LUSUS NATURE Mr Colon M Jones brought to naturullcuriosity four well developed legs This chicken was twd weeks old ard was as lively as a cricket When first hatched the second bodywas considerably larger now IIfourlooks as though the second IeonlyOl1es a hens egg which was about an inch and a half long by about threequarters of an inch in cumference cirI Dont buy any Sheer White Goods until you have seen what is shown by CJagin Bro Dr Weavers Treatment fyrop p1ulf lea the blood CertU heal skin rnptioBX iLlit I JJJ j Now Stylesin Surplice Waists FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA 1- SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Colone way 2425 round trip 4080 Oklahoma City 0 T one way 1815 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chickasha I Tone way 1880 round trip 2850 Tulsa I T one way 1640 round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one way 1670 round trip 2085 Ft Worth Tex one way 1970 round trip 2485 El Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 8680 San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 lOne way colonist tickets will be z rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Hometseekers tickets on March 21st via Southern Railway Correspondingly low rates to other points in the West arid Southwest a completinformation 0 T A Louisville Ky or ad dress Lexington C H Hungerford D P A L KyG A G P A St Louis Missouri td C Kagin 4 Bro are shownLQing a very large variety of Sheer White Goodf for grad uating and commencement Dresses at extremely low prices are caused by indigestion If you eat tlittle too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt blataheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and interferes with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol r I Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thgbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucou Digestive the Stomach IlAltercatingmy heart palpitate and would become very weak r Immedinte MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Van N C had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I heart trouble with it took Kodol Dyspepsia for about four months and It cured me D KAUBLB Neyada 0 Digests What You Eat Dollar rV holdi J Urns i mace at till trial or M tint size IorOrotBODIW1U For sale by J W Gayle drug gist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR v 1U t1 t Ii 4 h h1 THeFrantrortaouaflaDoiit Entered at the postolllce at Frankfort Ken 1t sticky us ccond class mailable matter JEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 20 1905 FOR BETTER SCHOOLS i Invitations are out to attend an important conference in this city on Wednesday May 24 called by Gov State tendent of Instruction J H Fu qua President B A Jenkins of Kentucky University President J J Taylor of Georgetown College and other prominent men to devise a method which will place the Kentucky school system on a better basis and which will make it one of the most pro gressive of the Southern States The invitation states that what is desired is a nifte months school session for every child well trained teachers official super vision of schools introduction of industrial training adequate school libraries and the organization of CitizHiis Educational As sociations in every city and county in Kentucky to promote interest I and progress in the schools This conference is the direct Outgrowthof a preliminary meet ing held by President Jenkins Prof Berry and others while rn turning Columbia S C where they had attended the con ference of Southern educators CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO SHEEP BY DOGS t The farmers of the southern tend of the county are complain ing of the ravages of a band of sheepkilling dogs Already much loss has occurred A determined war of extermination should he waged against all dogs who are not listed for taxation j Cove Spring Park Theatre opens May 29 Free to patrons of street car line CALAMITIES WHY GOD PERMITS THEM i This is the title of a remarkable little tract which lies before UP and should be read by everybody People are thinking deeply and earnestly aobut the Martinique and St Pierre and other recent calamities and need the assistance which his short treatise furnishes It is said that it was the earth quake of Lisbon that started Vol taire in the course of Infidelity Not understanding the relationship between such painful and de- Structive calamities and the divine plan and character Voltaire became an Atheist So now many apparently are feeling their faith in God shaken und these and sill need the helpful uggestions of the tract reforredto The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Allegheny Pa tiisthe publisher and offers a sam ple copy free to any who will drop them a postal card request DnB Gold ana ffllo1eri- 4 The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too U n necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts 4 Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take 7j SGOIIS EmULSION when colds abound and 3r9ull have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs t and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOYYNE Chemists 400418 Pearl Street New YorkjSOc and sf00t JJ Deadly Grasp of Grip Prostrated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per centa e trace the cause directly to deadly LaGnppe It is a germ disease and makes a direct attack upon the nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time ity is at ebb If laGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with loss lack of energy insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you should strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore thenerves totheir normalactivity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Who have suffered from that dreaded diseaseLaGrippe I suffered eral weeks with it andnothing I tried seemed to benefit me in any way shape or form I suffered almost death and ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to each and every one has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will benefitsomepoor sufferer I remain MRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Ur Vlilcs Medical Co ElkhartInd THE CAPITAL TRUST CO ORGANIZED The Capital Trust Co was or ganized in this city on Wednesday The capital stock is 75000 The following officers were elected PresidentToL Edelen Vice President and General lI PoseySecretary J M CraigAssistant Secretary and Treas urerSusan J McHenry Directors C E Hoge J C W Beckham Frank Chinn H H Roberts H Ringgpld W H Posey J J McHeiiry P G Botts Geo L Payne W G Simpson E M Wallace T L Edelen The office of the company will be for the present in the old Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Co rooms In addition to a general commercial business the company will conduct a savings bank You can save money In buying PERSIAN LAWNS ORGANDIES FRENCH NAINSOOK and WASH CHIFFONS If you buy them at C KAGIN BROS- IMPORTANT DECISION The Court of Appeals on Wednesday in an opinion by Chief Justice Hobson affirmed the Nelson Circuit Court in the case of James Hardin v Charles Hardin The parties are descendants of Geo Hardin a slave of Ben Har din the noted Bardstown lawyer and the question came up as to the legitimacy of appellee born before the act of 1866 legalizing slave marriages The as appellee was born before the marIringetherefore entitled to his share of the estate The fact that he was not recognized by other members of the family can not affect his rights His rights come through the law and facts This is a very important de cision to a large number of colored people in this section THANKS 1 We are under obligations to our young friend Mr Russell S Penn for an invitation to attend the commencement exercises of Georgetown College which will occur Juno 47 Mr Penn who is one of the most promising young men in that institution will graduate together with a large class 20 ini BjJHurry your dates for use of Cove Spring Park for picnics No charge for use of grounds under rules of the company Address Jobn T Buckley Secretary li 1f DEATH OF COL IV J WIL MORE On Saturday last Col W J Wilmore of Nicholasville died in St Louis Mo en route to Col thIon a sleeping cur aged 61 Col Wilmoro was one of the finest revenue lawyers in the State theIAfter he left the revenue service he was employed by Capt E J Curley as Siiperintondent of his two fine distilleries at Camp NeJ son Ky While so omployed e was appointed Revenue Agent fo- rKentucky and Tennessee during the administration of President HarrisonSo a man was he to Capt Curley that he never rested until he had pursuaded him to re sign the service after one year and to return to Camp Nelson at a salary double that whichahe re ceived as Revenue Agent He continued with Capt Curley until the organization of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co whichcompany bought out Capt CurleyCol Wilmore was then given the position of Supervisor of Dis tilleries for this section of the State by that company having twentyfive distilleries under his supervisionHe faithful conscientious and upright gentleman and officer in any position to which he was calledHis health had been ailing for several months and ho was urged by the officials qf his company to take a rest and trip for his health upon full pay He however continued at his office and about his duties until Saturday May 6 when he finally yielded and made preparation to leave for Colorado His wife accompanied him and was with him at the last We have known Col Wilmore for more than thirty years and hove been intimately associated with him for a large part of that time While a reserved and quiet man with strangers to those whom he once selected as friends he was as true as steeland as genial and warmhearted a man as we ever knew He was prominently engaged in politics and was firm and decided in his views He was Republican Central Committeeman for the Eighth District at the time of his denthTHe was a wise counsellor and safe in all his advice He was thoughtful and conservative and wheiK once he had made up his mind as to the proper course to pursue he followed it with un swerving fidelity By prudence and economy he had accumulated quite a hand some competence which he was at all times ready to lavish upon his devoted wife and daughter- In his death we feel a personal bereavementHe his wife one daugh ter and one sister beside a host of warmly attached friends to endI Sunday took lastFarewell Old friend We hope to meet again beyond the shadow and the shining Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerato for skin eruption PROMPT SETTLEMENT The Equitable Life Assurance Association through Mr Ralph- R Wilson paid to Mrs W C Lutkemeier on Monday 4114 being the amount due on the pol icy held by her husband in that company A very prompt settle ment RIGHT THUMB CUT OFF Curtis Jott who is now under life sentence in the penitentiary for the murder of Jas B Mus cum had his right thumb cut off on Wednesday by the machinery- in the reed room of the Frankfort Chair Co It is whispered that he became incensed at something which occurred that day and cut off his thumb on purpose Extra Values Jn WHITE GOODSI for Commencement Dresses KAGIN BRO S t iS t Pleasant to take i Mut Laxative Syrupv a NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are tie best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a f normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinestLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptomslas Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnofc like it better than any other you ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOc PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO i Glaze You- rWindows t ry I have an immense stock of r GLASS allsizes andcn i interest you as to price and quantitytOotOod jI II i FRANK G STAGG1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY j LOCAL TIMETABLEIEFFEC1IVE OCT 16 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I Ex Bund ILeave No Daily Ex Sun AM- Leave Stations Pi- t 225 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 6M 810 825 120 Winchester 923 620 860 918 Olay City tI87489400 023 Stanton 400sOI 485 964 67 Natural Bridge 440 1008 62 Torrent a1 7Ar 847 6 1029 Beattyville Junction 126I 826 011 1100 04Jackson 625 285 Trains No 3 and connect at O K Junction with tho O K for Oannol City local polnta on that one Trains No1 and connect at Bonttyvillo Junction with tho L Ky for Trains and 8 connect with the O By at L E Junction dt Sterling and local station J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT j j General Manager GPA OmO AND = i NoMI No DailyEx JatatIOuu III No 83 DailyEx IDaily ExSj AMI ArI irKENTUCKY RAILWAY Mb1 INo 11No andi C lfi f r A M LvelP M Lye AMAr PMAr 4 o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 1126 843LM Wilhurat 417 1162 10I880 162 Hampton 480 1168 18 h 128 Leo City riIO 1223 10I 12l Hetochawa ri18 1228 716I 105 Cannel City 645 1245 1101Noa and will make close connection at O It function with Noa 8 and4 forre tl points on the Lexington andiJEastern 13allwayIlf L CONLEY Superintendent L 1 JjjlJ21ti t ti ONE WEEK andxJ Lasting One Week we will cut Prices on Wool and Silk DRESS GOODS4 The Wool m Dress Goods Stock Consists of all new 1Panama Batiste Mo Serge Granite He nri eeta Cloth etc 50c quality 39c 65c quality 49c 85c quality 59c 1 quality 69 125 quality 89c 150 quality 115 tf CHAS WEITZEl1 Successor to Weltzel Tbonnell ri OPENING OF COVE J Cove Spring Park theatre will be opened May 29 The Frank fort and Versailles Traction Co have built and equipped a new summer theatre that will seat 1000 people Mr Matt Kusell will have charge of the theatre and will be able to change his programme three times each weekand put on new people every week He will have an orchestra on the grounds every evening an concerts will be given before th show begins each evening and Sunday afternoons Four hun dred seats will be free to then patrons of the cars and reserved e Seats can be secured at JO cents each The F and V Traction Co have purchased three new carp and ii service eight 8 4 double motpr cars They give a ten minutes service to th Park and will be able to bring away the crowds from the Park without oily delay They have put new ties under the entire 1 to the Park and the truck and a overhead line will be put in firs class order so as to insure good service to find from thp Park The company has arranged toI double their power station and when through with the improve mints contemplated Frankfort will have an uptodate car line Arrangements can be made to bycthe Secretary of the Company no charge will be made for the use of the grounds by complying with Ntor allowed on the grounds The base ball grounds will be t put in order as soon as the weather I will permit The new building can be secured usetof lodge meetings completeitswill be a nice resort for our citi zens and Frankfort people are no- slow to enjoy a good thing HOMEhome and ten acres of ground on the Louisville pike two miles from the city part of the old j Walker Stephens place and will remove there to reside the first of the year SY i Silks 150 qualityll9 125 quality 98c 1 quality 79c 75c quality 59c i We have a few Silk Shirt Waist Suits left it you can find your size you can buy them at half price Ii J t8UND AY SCHOOL REPORT Below will be found the report of the Secretary Miss M J Russell of the Sundayschool Association of the District of Frank tin Ky Statistics of April 1904 as compared with Apri1100- 5EpiscopnHJ04Enrol1ecl130t attend 75 teachers and officers attendsBaptist 1904 Enrolled 248 attend 160 teachers and officers 18 1005Enrolled 802 attend 21eEn rolled 128 attend 99 teachers and officers 20 1905Enrolled 128 attend 99 teachers and officers 2- 0Christian1904Enrolled 250 attend 175 teachers and officers 19 1905 Enrolled 275 attend 190 teachers and officers 20 Enrolledeofficers 16 1905Enrolled 177 attend 110 teachers and officers 10 Presbyterian1004t 108 attend 71 teachers and officers 18- Leestown Mission1904Enr- olled 75 attend 62 teachers and officers 7 jIfJ05 Enrolled 80I attend 65 teachers and officers 7 Colored two churches Enrolled 265attend 228 officers and teachers 85 Colored Methodist two churches Enrolled 82 attend 60 officers and teachers 21 There are 140 mOro pupils en rolled and over SO moro attend and 12 more teachers making a theIor more The new long cars will be welcomed by the people when they wish to visit betweentHenrys greenhouse beautiful grass and shade at the park will make the trip a pleasure SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to Cassells on Main street pies goodthingsOpen nIl day tf THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY 0 THE LOCAL Y M C A T BE CELEBRATED NEX SUNDAY MORNING The 10th Anniversary of the local Y M C A will be cele SundayMaybanquet will be given On Sun day morning Y M C A speakers will occupy the various pulpits ofI the city and in the evening af union meeting of all the churchesI will be held which dressed by P C Dix W J Mc llryRosevearofday evening a banquet will be served at the gymnasium of the Association Prof H K Taylor of Louisville will act as Toast master and among those who will JudgHof this city and Dr J A Stucky of Lexington The Association now has about 200 members und under the management of Secre tary Swain has been placed on a selfsustaining basis= READ IT Elsewhere in this issue will be found the program of the County Sundayschool Convention Every Sundayschool in the representationschool in the county vii be repre sented New Fast TrainTO ColoradoI UTAH HEII 19Them daily The evening trains to same points serviceThroughisro Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTray Pass Act Louisville Ky TOWNSENDGen Louis WOMENS WOES Frankfort FindingRelief It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict hu inanity they must keep up must attend to duties in spite of constantly aching hacks or head aches dizzy spells bearing down pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many aches from kidney ills Kidneys clause more suffering bodyKeepis easily maintained Read ofa remedy for kidneys only th t helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people you know Mrs Mildred S Betts wife of C M Betts carpenter of 519 kidneystroubled and on I tried different remedies but without obtaining any permanent relief The pain in my back was often very severe especially at night before retiring Iwouldfirstkidney weakness distressing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured were just like mine Willing to try almost anything to got relief I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as directed and soon noticed the difference in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and the other complaints KidneyJFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co thejno r LMIITEDTLeaves Chicago daily at 800 p m via the Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWest Line Electric lighted Less than three days en trackuMissouri River The best of everything Booklets maps hotel lists and full information about California sent on receipt of 4 cents in stampsBKnisker1P T M C N W I THANK THE LORD Cried Hannah Plant of Little gotfromcured my fearful running sores heat5 Years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at all druggists 25o IN THE DISTRICT COURT TilE UNITED OFKENTUCKYIn tho mntterof- CharleY BankruptOn E Ellwanger May A D on con bankruptfor ahearlnRCovlngtonnoon or as near us practicable and inTheprinted In sold district mug that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear nt said time ntH pluce and show cause petitionerTCochranSEAL the seal thereof at Frankfort in said district on the 15th tIn of May A D l00SIWALTER G CHAPMAN Clerk C87ItilltAndNo other one will fill the bill Like DeWitts Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by J W Gayle FRANKFORT C CINCINNATI RY SPECIALS IIStthe round trip Dates of sale May 14th 15th and 10th Good returninguntil May 27th Go and have the ad vantage of variable SAML E routesII JI JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it prnisingitFrankfort is the home of J E l- aiE M Sold only by Grocers HO FOR CINCINNATI125 ROUND TRIP The F C Ry in connection thefirstthis city to the Queen City to morrow Sunday The train will leave promptly at 7 oclock a m It will reach Cincinnati about 1080 a m Returning it will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m reaching home about 12 p m Fare for the round trip only 125 C 0 TIME TABLE ISOUTH INo PH7tLv qlfrankfort700dr i NORTH No21 A1f N022 AlI JPM No 1 A Lt ISheJDVllIe l Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and 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 bearingthe FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY SPECIAL RATES KnightsTemplarKy May 2427th One and one tripDateslimit May 27- SAML E HUTTON G P A I 81td sufferfromskin diseases No need for it Cantbanalany drug store 50 cents Queen and Crescent Route IShortest Route AND QuIckest Scneflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN j CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTAI SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PO I NTS latterI IITP A Lexington Kentucky IJ ATTENTION RARWERS i I Strongest in the- World We also have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins protecting your l I Clover Timothy Blue Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements 1 t t 307309 Main St Both Phones OFFICERS GRAND ENCAMPMENT i 0 0 F The Grand Encampment of Odd Fellows for Kentucky which met in Louisville this week elected the following officers for the ensu ing year Grand PatriarchJ L Braw ner Mt Sterling Grand High Priest J P Wheeler Carrollton Grand Senior Warden Otto A Breith Newport Grand Junior Warden W R Oonover Henderson Grand ScribeR G Elliott LexingtonGrand TreasurerGeorge W Morris Louisville Grand Representative W H Cox May ville GrayLouisville s Grand Outside SentinelG X Umbaugh of Paducah t Grand Inside SentinelL T Cox Owensboro It was deoided to hold the next f annual meeting at Paris Ky NICE RESULT The supper given by the Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Ohurch in the Old Chapel on Tuesday night was a delightful Affair An abundant and de licious supper was served together with cream and strawberries The neat little sum of 881 was realized therefrom u SEASONhDistilleryNoDistilleries and Warehouse ItCo closed down for the season on Wednesday last after having been in operation for four and onehalf months This house makes first class goods only Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIgMto what you eat SHUT DOWN FOR SEASON The distillery of Messrs Labrot Graham has shut down for the season The goods made by this house have a fine reputation with the trade and the brand is known as the Old Oscar Pepper Whisky CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by attention to food digestion 4anda regular use of German Syrup A Free expectoration in the morning is made by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German liberally and regu larly 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 26c regular size 75c At all drug gists 1 yr Li t4kp Now is the time to do your fencing Wo are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STREUWelded FENOEFence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry P C SOWER 8c CO MARRIED TUCKER NUNN Announce ment is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Wm 0 Tucker of Oritteiden county and Miss Narr Nunn The happy event is to occur oil Wednesday June 7 Mr Tucker is a Hustling young business man of Marion Ky His bride is the eldest of Judge T J Nunn of the late Court and is a handsomeI accomplished and popular young ladyWATTSSMITHOn the West HIWattsLaura Smith were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church SOMMERS SMOOT In this county on Saturday Mr Selbert Sommers of Shelby county and Miss Elizabeth Smoot were married BICYCLE STOLEN Mr Wm Phillips who lives at Hoge Station left his bicycle on the porch of his home op Thursday night When he went to look for it the byke was gone The track left by the thief showed that he had come in the direction were1notified TO GRAND COMMANDERY AT RICHMOND SPECIAL TRAIN Through the courtesy of Sir Knight Geo B Harper Frankfort Commaadery No4 Knights Templar will he enabled to go from this city to Richmond in their own special train Some twentyfive Sir Knights and their ladies will go from her- at 4 oclock p m on Tuesday next over the F C Railway to Paris and from thence over the L N to Richmond reaching the latter place by 7 p m It is expected that this will be a very enjoyable trip for all who shall be so fortunate as to be able to go White Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits are large assortment to choose from C Kagin Bro II DO IT TODAY The timeworn injunction Never put oft till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over 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 will surely effect a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular siza 76o At all drugigsts lyr- f i fJj L f ISTRIOTLY GENUINE 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 8125 Cincinnati and Return via F C Ry and Queen Crescent Route Sunday May 21st Special train leaving Frankfort 700 a m connecting at George town with Q C Special Tick ets good only on date of sale and returning on special train leaving Cincinnati 880 p m For information inquire F C ticket agents fflSr Early RimsThe tmwMHIV Mvft yam OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEASHOREI C 0 Route Saturday June 10 1905 12 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Morehead Trains leave Lexington 1120 and 845 p m Army and Navy Ex ercises Battleships and Cruisers in Hampton Roads during this period From June 11 to 17 the Atlantic Squadron willAttempt the capture of Washington and Baltimore To this end an attack will be made on Fort Monroe Mine Explosions Torpedoes Bom bardments etc will furnish the U Pomp and Circumstance of WarStopover privileges will be granted East of Kanawha Falls on the return trip enabling visit to the famous Virginia Mountain Resorts and other points of inter rest on the C 0 Railway Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via Natural Bridge along theJames River Tickets will be good returning until June 24 1905 Engage Sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent fcr full particulars or write H W Fuller General Passen ger Agent Washington D C G W BarneyDistrict Passen ger Agent 87td a G A IJI O EIIABeur the BlgoAtue of iM rti Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 166 88tf rv ra r w FWD Will Conform- to the mostx uneven ground I for crops Grass I daughter FrankfortIKentucky II a F1ie1- I Vii 1 I J gmiana t t i A New Pattern t 21 J II J In Sterling Silver jvfk fIt Spoons and Forks vvi t Jr In gray finish Uy- jf l h4i This pattern is extremely reasonable j i In price And we are now ready t Ej To show a full line Wry In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces h W i lt Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces it t L Wedding Presents will be easy toselect 4 i From this assortment ii i Jf1t ff t M A Selbert t J 11 ri r Reliable JewelerI i IIIIniceuse green lumber J Our LUMBER isy h seasonedI 1 A h Hammond I9 it CO ftit f J 1 s 16 5f yJ jf trft 3pr b p RELIGIOUSFIRST BAPTIST CHUROH r Rov M 11 Adams the pastor will- preach at 11 a in At 8 p m the union service in behalf of the Y M C A will be i meld in this church- Sundayschooli at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible JiassTaught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran a joinBaraca 945 taught by the President Baptist Young Peoples Union t will meet in the chapel at 680 mPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Visitors cordially invited Seats lecfree ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn rec tor Sunday May 21 8 a m Holy Communion 980 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Morning Prayer and Sor mon There will be no service In the evening Service in interest of Y obI C A WednesdayxFriday 760 p m Bible Study Teachers meeting at 715 All are cordially invited to at tend Seats always free k CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev s C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service on account r AnniversarySundayschool m in the chapel ji Christian Endeavor Society will oneet in the chapel at 680 p m p LeaderAnnie Hamilton Topicto Growing Up For God The Junior Society will meet on k Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapelSEverybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCHRev Wm Crowe they pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service on account of Y AnniversarySundayschool jn Young Peoples Society at 080 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday even z ing at 780 oclock Eevrybody invited to attends CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Muss at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m t Vespers at 780 p In FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blay may D D the pastor will preach At 11 n m No evening service on account of YAnniversarySundayschool m ChristianPrajcrineoting Wednesday even ing at 780 p m All young people are invited to Attend r METHODIST CHURCH Rev 3 O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m On account of Y M C A Anniversary there will be no evening ervioe Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 t Visitors cordially invited to at r =tendLEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed wln Kagin of the Kentucky Pres byterian Theological Seminary will conduct services at tho Lees town Mission Chapel every Sunday evening at 780 oclock A prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening at 780 These services continue through the summer FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 19 and 20 Flyer Prices Will Be Given O- nParisPersian Lawns Muslins French Lawns French Lawns Laces and Embroideries This is a chance for your Commencement Dresses Remember oiir special Bargain Days are Friday and Saturday of each week S 0ee t LAST CALL On next Monday will place a genuine Glade 36 inch Silk worth 125 to 150 for 1 yd 200 yards Novelty Silks cant be duplicated for 75c and 65c Our price 50c Silk Muslins in all shades 20c and upwards You will findour White Goods sheer and nice and for Commencement Dresses We will be youtLace Curtains and DraperiesL- ace Curtains 98c worth 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal more Curtain Swisses 10c a yardand up both dots and stripes F J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper Paints Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 8SBm rAPOliCY in THE EQUITABLE LIFE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT 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 Ralph K1 Wilson District Manager Frank C Hutchison Local Representative SONS OF CONFEDERATE Vl T ERANS There will be a meeting of Fay ette Hewitt Camp U S 0 V at the State Library Thursday even ing May 25th at 780 oclock Offi cers for the ensuing term will be elected and arrangementa made to attend the Confederate reunion at Louisville Ky June 1410 All members of the Camp are re prfisentED THOMPSON Commandant T HIIER CROCKETT Adjutant- Dr J WyraphiItt U Wood Cent Irtmt tot tM ItIII Oils OANDIDATE 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 20te Cove Spring Park will be popular this season aew cars new track new theatre good shows and good order will get the people going e g fin Bug Mortality There will be an enormous increase in the death rate among bed bugs roaches and similar pests when more people discover the deathdealing qual- itIes of GAYLES BED BUG KILLER No bug ever escapes One application a year will under ordinary conditions free your premises of all of this kind of vermin two applications at most Full 8 ounce bottie 25c A brush with every bottle ii W GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky W Early Risers Thf turnout Httto pIM MANS UNREASONABLENESS Is often as gfeat as womans But Thos S Anstin 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 says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sickshe could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaran teed by all druggists Price 50c genuineLaxative the remedy that cares a cold Lone day PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS LEOUORNEggsl Our etook giatrains Thorh HillPOULTRY Eugeae B Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Q1dPhone No 938 166m LETTER LIST- IThe following is a list of adver endinJMayAshcraft Fred GrButtner Charles colored Calvert Miss Rebecca Clemans Liberty Dean Mrs Sallle Dolton E P Durrett Miss Florence CharleyHolly 4 i Howard Zenia f Manager Brokers Office Myrale Calvin r Noble Henry Pope Rev John A T Poalino Gopiho Roberts John Scesfo H E Scott W SyShyer Sol RileyWhalen Wheaton Jas ArPersons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Dontforget the half pric sale on Ladief Tailor Made Suits at C Kagin 4 Bros DEATH OF MR WM T HALLfti It is with a sad heart that we longfriendford county who passed away at his home on 77 years and 8 monthslMr Hall was the uncle of Mrs John E Miles of this city Mrs R S Byrne and Mrs Susie Fogg ofLexingtonHe quiet retiring gentle i man of the old school devoted to his friends and family Firm and unyielding in his opinions yet re speotful and considerate of others Of a shy and reserved disposition Mr Hall had never married butxthere never lived a man who re spotted true womanhood more than herwas a any church but was a firm believer in the truths of Christianity He died as ho had lived quietly and gentlyWe can never forget the many friendshipdone wayWe the bereft our sin Y oerest sympathy a The announcement for the fune ral had not been made at the hour we write Takes the burn out heals theItwound cures the pain Thomas Eclectrio Oil the house f hold remedy TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice la hereby given that the parts nerahip heretofore subsisting between the undersigned members of the firm Webbor t Williams is this day by mutual consent dissolved Hiram William retiring All outstanding demands against the byCharlesHIRAM WILLIAMS M 101m CHARLES WEBBER Special values in Ladles Walking Skirts 35O S and 750 at C Kagin 4 BrosICASTORIAFor Tki Kind You Have Always Boukt Bearathe tuvof THE ROUNDABOUT DEPART MENT OF HISTORY LIT ERATURE EDUCA TION Unity and Action To form n just conception of ones individuality it is frequently very necessary to study ones sur roundings and in the contempla tion of the actualities of everyday life one may to some extent realize the significance ofour 1e1lationbut in youth a the mind is absorbed with an infinite variety of pleas ures and incidents of the hour and unassisted will not and can not comprehend the great essen tial uses and purposes and de mands that the future will surely bring Life is so short that the actors of today seem to pass away tomorrow while the hands and the brains that control and move the machinery of our social nnd governmental system now willsoon be stilled ll others reared and skilled in the schools of today will take their places nnd thus on and on as one wave succeeds another from generation to generation the ever shifting changing panarama of history moves with the certainty and regularity of times constant ngositpose of civilized nations to edu cate and prepare the youth of the day for the duties and honors that await them in the future tomor rowIn our own time we see practical illustrations of this truthon every hand The education of the masses is the recognized doc trine of the hour Upon this subject all parties agree and uni versal education has reunited the whole world in one bond of com mon thought An education from a business and social stand point prepares the way for the active progressive studentafter the knowledge which the world abounds You may educate the head and make degenerates but there is another cultivation which God demands the cultivation of the heart which makes gentle men lOne can not enter into a diagnosis of the operations and purposes of this organ of the human system but it is supposed to be the stint of the affections from whence spring all the noble ofibeen beautifully portrayed by many writes but it is my purpose to inculcate one lesson That the pure and upright in heart enjoy a continual t lessing t cynicnlfish as it often seems skeptical and vainglorious as is the fash ionwill wny stop to do honor to the beautiful and the good While the one who feeds the hungry kneeling at the altar of truth and virtue will be most honored and trusted by all men In view of the fact that a con vention of educators is to meet in general discussion regarding the wants needs and proclivities tending to a higher ideal and more congenial equipment for teachers this convention to be called in Frankfort some time iij June nextit behooves us in such a symposium to regulate the unity of action formulating such a treaty and to be prepared to contribute from personal ex perience the data necessary for such a thesis- I am not an advocate of woman suffrage but it has always up peared to me to be a wise and safe plan nbt only to place the child under the watchful care of a female teacher but under the su pervision of women trustees and these trustees under a woman su perintendent U How much the success of coun try schools depend upon the aid and encouragement of parents and patrons trusteesI apparent to the most observers It is not have provided commodious and beautiful buildings to have em ployed able and accomplished in structors but more is needed the presence of the trustees as well as the manifestation ofa lively and practical interest in the progress of the schools and everymeans possible to uphold- the authority of the teachers pubIlicpends largely told in a great meas tire upon the supervision told vigilance of the board of trustees These are responsible under oath for the performance ofuB the duties placed upon them by law and the welfare and condition of chnrIncteron ofschools includes the power to make all reasonable rules and regulations for their discipline government and management lawIvaribsStates For example in Ala bama and Arkansas the superin tendent of State education exercises a general supervision over all educational interests of the State In California the State Board of Education is given the power to adopt rules and regula tions hot inconsistent with the laws of the State and the trus tees of school districts and city boards of education are allowed to prescribe and enforce rules not inconsistent rvith law or with those prescribed by the State Board of Education for the gOY eminent of schools In Colorado and Connecticut this power is delegated to the State hoard of Education but district directors and hoards ofschool visitors shall prescribe rules for the management and discipline of the public schools In Deloware The school committee of each district may make regulations for the government of the schoolsi In Florida Illinois Michigan Nebraska Nevada New York North Carolina South Car olina Texas Vermont and Wisconsin the generalsupervision of all the free public schools is given to the State superintendent with regulationsas shall he legally prescribed to be transmitted to minor officers and teachers In Indiana and Kansas the county superintend superintendence other States these powers are delegated to the control of State boards of education to make all needful rules and regulations for the government of public schoolsUnder such a code a body of teachers can be well organized whose competency is certain and who will work with ambition because they feel the stimulus of a very high standard and a wiser oversightA and generous manage ment on the part of coagitators will send a current of renewed vitality through every part of the educational machinery A new bondof concentered activity is formed superseding the old ties of organizationing life and energy with a stand and of manners and morals commensurate with excellence The old regime will have been aban irregularityThe trustee fearing neither the anathmas of outraged parents can face again the responsibilities of authority act accordingly and with courage of conviction pro claim to an admiring public that Honor and fame from no con dition rise Act well your part there all the honor lies Thus we have coordination correlation concentration or properly speaking unification and it is to be hoped that in the curriculum of thought to tbe brought to light in the convening of Kentucky educators in the near future a steady policy look ing to the general requifitos ofn country school and the supplying- of all needful administration shall bo faithfully and justly pre sented N S COX May 1905- CLOSED FOR TWO WEEKS to repairs to the miter lOwing No2 navigation has on the lower Kentucky river for two weeksIfJ r CatlyR rfn jut what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arl vermifuge They are not food tff medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCbmpte Gayle Ji n t ff COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION ITh county Sundayschool Con vention will be held at Peaks Mill June 2d The following is the program of oxercisesI 980 950 Reading minutes of last Convention SundayschoolW T 0 GolmuelIpreside during the whole of this Conference 1 Leaders Introductory Re GeIbnutes Admiral C C Todd B The Pastors Part 10 min utes R L Greene 4 The Superintendents Part 10minutesJ H Martin miniutesMrsIulu utesMiss Margaret Russell 7 Discussion led by Dr Blay ney and Rev M B Adams oomI1l1ittees Service130AddressThe Child and the Book Rev C R Hudson 50Reports of County and District Officers 210Offering Preceded by Brief Explanation of the State- IVorkT C Gebau- er240AddressSoul Winning in Sundayschool Rev W m OrowoI300Round Table Sunday school Management and Teaching T C Gebauer Scratch scratch scratch un able to attend to business during the day or sleep during the night Itching piles horrible plague Doans Ointment cures Never fails At any drug store 50 cents jil jI A ceetablcErcparationfor similating theToodandRe AsIling thaStomachs andBowels Promotes DesUonCheerru1 ness and RestContains neither 0plure Morphine nor NOT NARCOTIC roraTrsa JRJu forCons ti tion Sour StomachDiarrhoca- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of III NEW YORK II lCTCOPYQT J consumptionYou Wood Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs colds bronchitis Never fails When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Cures dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system xs CASTORIA r For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of f The 1You Always Bought CASTORIAiTHE LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE VIA L d N FOR SPRING RACES May 1027 Tickets will May 9th and 10 limited to May 20th Also on May 10th to May 27th inclusive limited to three days after date ofsale at faro and onethird round- trip and on 21st 22d and 23d at one fare plus twentyfive oeuts trip limited to May 25thY CALIFORNIA r Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where f animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are moreIvaried than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can profitable crops of grapes and fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment i Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double t track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points andtcolonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep tember and October which give an unusual chance for settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expense and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 7oo via the Chicago NorthWestern anion Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY a k r 1h I I Mineral WBAPPEa asthma Bitters bo sold May round grow small Daily which W B KNISKERN F P T M C 8 NW Ry Chicago III Please mall free to my address California booklets mapsand full partlcular8 concerning rates and train 60rviceY I