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Ti t I fTHE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ItGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvIIDCeI 11VOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY 2V 1905 NO SHI TAN OXFORDS fl ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON i U i I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summerIshoe Tan is the coolest leather that can he worn =the softest and the feet Mildly exclusive styles here includingseveral of the seasons ft1 I1 Ion sailor tie l1 f Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie I welted soles Cuban heel plain toe I weltedtt t Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole f soft as a glove rather narrow toe l I I tit Laird Cos Tan A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is f a great seller extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va riety of Russia calf welt oxfords tor street wear t The southern tie is 4 Thewelt oxfords i Tan Gibson Ties blucher oxfords und plain lace styles in Russia calf with l welted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with flexible soles Prices Ilight 350 300 300 I Schober Oxfords Queen Quality Oxfords 250 and 31 j theLl ease Queen Quality Oxfords are preeminent among mediumprice shoes ially in the point of comfortable fit and we carry a large enough varietyi ill both lines to insure a pleasing selection and perfect lit r R K McCLURE SON 212214 S Clair Street Frankfort Ky l r b OLD MASONS HOME Squire W W Parker a former well known resident of this city but who is now at the Old Masons Home near Sholbyvillo was here recently and speaks in the highest J terms of the management of that institution Ho says there are now sixteen inmates which is the full capacity of the Home who are well fed well cared for and their every wish gratified as far as possible Superintendent Heinrioh and his wife certainly are the right people in the right place t Dr J S Collins DENTISTt4 821 Mniu St Frankfort Ky 51tf o RIAl t- Nutm AIkilUri Atop Itydit BUYS A HOME IN MEMPHISi Mr Morris Brock formerly of this county but now an employe of the United States Levee Board has purchased a nice 8000 home in Memphis Penn and will I hatch it for a while tut iff Madam Rumor is not mistaken will oon have a queen to preside overit That is as it should be CUSTOMHOUSE T6 HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHTS Under an order from the de partments at Washington Mr Grant L Roberts Custodian of the Public Buildings has been authorized to have electric lights put in at the Customhouse The necessary wiring will be done so that the lights can be turned on July 1st This is a much needed public benefit which Mr Roberts has been asking for for the last two years i sllFN1 j r 5 AN UNFORTUNATE TRIP NaturaliBridgebeen an unfortunate one for two of its passengers On the return trip when out beyond Lexington one of the passengers whoso name we could not learn fell from the train and was lost to view as the accident was not notice 1for some time Just this side of Midway a man by the name of John Rollins who lives near Jetts was standing in the door of the baggage car when ho lost his balance and fell His absence was not made known until too late for the return of the train He was however picked up by a freight train which fol lowed closely upon the excursion tail and was found to have had his knee cap broken and was otherwise bruised but not dangerously eo SMf f Special Sale of DRESSTGOODS only so buy now and get in on the bargains that are offered 88 inches wide Fancy Mohair regular price 50 sale price 88 price50c50 stlyishforprice 46 Inches Wide Cravenette extra good quality worth 75c sale price 44 Inches Wide Voile in light shades worth 100 sale price 50 Inches Wide Fancy Serge in Black Brown and Navy worth 100 sale price 19 Inch Wide Fancy Silks suitable for Shirt Waist Suits worth 75c sale price 86 Inches Wide Wash Silk in Cream White worth 75c sale price 24 Inches Wide Fancy Taffata Silk neat stripes and priceIvalues in 39cf 59c59c The 79c 59e 59c 89c Ladies Tailor Made Suits perfectlycostSuits that were 1750 only 875 Suits that were 1850 only 925 Suits that were 2500 only 1250 Suits that were 8000 only 1500 iLadies Walking Skirts I One One FancySuitingLot of Skirts made of Cheviot and Cloth neatly tailored worth 00 to 750 sale price well a of nice 100 sale Also 100 to 500 39cs 1 3 7 51 iIII ShirtWaists I 1 ILtiwn Waists made neatly finished bargain Lawn Waists made sheer material worth I price other good values 5c11Ili a t KAGIN BROJ 41 43 Sfc Clair Street at Bridge y Dyspepsia Cure a Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach Jtired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous 11stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure rr pud at tII lab oraWryofBCIUWm 4OoOhi USA Olgmuta Mat Ymu Eat Mak lbs aatll at4aaR Dolls bottlh Ui3H times ai much ai thi 1vial or tint 1lI For sale by J W Gayle li nr Tans Vicis Velours Pat Coronas Box Calfh And AH Styles In l Shoes and Low Cuts t I PERSONAL Dr NM Garrett attended county court in Versailles Monday Rev A B Chinn visited in Ver sailles on Monday Mrs Hiram Kerry visited in Cin cinnati this week Mrs Wm Cromwoll left Wednes day for Bowling Green Miss Coranel Crutohor is visiting relatives in St Louis Mo JonetoMr W A Young of Morehead was in the city this week Mrs Jos B Newton visited rein tives nt Nicholasvillo this week t Miss Margaret A Lewis visited friends in Lexington this week Mrs Arthur Branch visited rein tions in Shelby county this week SundnyillA Howard went to Cin joinnati on Sunday i7 Mr W L Graddy of Versailles was in the city yesterday Mr George Salender spent Sun day in Cincinnati Mr Edmund W Taylor went to Cincinnati on Sunday 1 SundayindaughItel sunIdaynati on Sunday Mrs Alma Barrett spent Sunday in Cincinnati wont to on SundaInati on Dr J SundayIN B Dr H M Leonard this weekIPresident B A tucky University Lexington was here Wednesday Mr Albert B Scott visited his old home town Versailles on MonI dayI Peter Wetz of Dayton Ohio is the guest of Mr John B Dryden and wife Mr J O Ewing of Burksvillo was here on Wednesday before the State Board of Equalization Mr J G McLean has returned from a business trip to Southern i Kentucky Miss Katherine Gay of Woodford county was the guest of Miss Mart garet Reading this week Mrs Orlando Brown who has been visiting Mrs S B Holmes at Eminence has returned homes WilliamsburgIof Appeals this week Miss Marie Munsoll who has been the guest of Mrs W G Chapman has gone to Now Albany Tnd Mr Jas H Settle and daughter r Miss Susan of Owenton were in ThursdayrMrs J W went to Lexington Thursday to attend the Educa tional Tournament Mr Walter Kessler of the J E M Milling Co was called to Lex- Ington on Thursday Messrs George and R A Baker attended the races in Louisville on Saturday Mr W P Williams of Irvine was the guestof his motherinlaw Mrs S C Bull this weekIMrs W 0 Bradley of Louis ville was the guest of her laugh 5ter Mrs John G South this week Mr Huston Wood and Mr Sidney Bedford went to Louisville SaturdayMrs Mary Castleman of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of her brother Judge WO Herndon ias returned home nnddnughtercinnati Sunday Miss Annie Man ford spent Sun day at Stamping Ground the guest of her sister Mrs C T Duvall Mr J B Lewis of this offsspent Sunday with his son Mr Alex T Lewis at Lexington Miss Cordio Tellers returned Fri day from a visit to her sister Mrs AJino Stout in Louisville Mr C A Nelson visitedMr W B Bridgeford in Cincinnati Sun dayMr W C Newman spent Sunday in Georgetown the guest of his best girl Maj Thos 7 Hutchison and wife of Norfolk Va are guests of their children in this city Mr Bon F Suter of Texas but formerly sheriff of this county visited relatives here this week Mrs Orlando Brown was the guest of Mrs S B Holmes in Em inence this week Mr J G Lovett of Benton was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Col Jas A Scott went to Lex ington Monday night on legal busi nessProf R S Stratton has accepted a fine position in Nebraska and left Tuesday for his new home Mr T F Newman left Tuesday positioninMr Waller H Lewis attended the funeral of Rev Ben B Bigstaff in Lexington Tuesday Mr Jas M Wakefleld returned Monday from a business trip to the mountains Mr Geo Conway of the Fire De partment left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Covington Loxlgone Mr Eugene Craig and wife of Woodford county were in the city on Tuesday Mrs W B OConriell and oWl dren have returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mr S M Keller wife and infant child of Carlisle were guests of his brother Dr H S Keller this week Mrs John P Hanley who has been the guest of her mother in Paris has returned home Mr J Arnold Batterton attended the Street Fair at Eminence this Morrison R Breakinridge of Danville attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Mt A C Rucker of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Mrs John W Yerkes of Wash ington City was the guest of her cousin Mrs W E Settle this weekMr Frank Chinn attended the funeral of his old comrade Rev LexingtonTuesday Mrs H R Loavell of Louis ville who has boon the quest of Mrs Hubert Vreuland has returned C K Berryman and chil dren of Washington City are guests of Mr W H Posey and wife Shelby street Mr Russell S Penn who was tho guest of his parents Mr Si Penn and wife Sunday returned to Georgetown College Monday Misses Willie and Mary Campbell who have boon attending the Midway Orphan School ars at home for the vacation Mrs At M Slack and son were SnturcJnybyBryan Mrs Slacks mother Mr Edwin M Dryden and Miss Edna Bridges attended the funeral Stn111prng t 1 f Jt 1 WLDOUGLAS 8HORSZ 400 3oo 11 UNIONI WLDOUGlAS 3SAND 3SSHOES TWO SOLD ONLY BY DAVIS js In line of Dry Goods ajicl N to dcuso have We must have ose 1of by June so we and ready for our now late as the best al Half sale May 8th at just half their real time to buy your summer the season at just Half Price is over 315 OLDS CAPITOL Com mencing 3so things OPPOSITE Superb Stock Monday Red Gross Nurse Wednesday and Thursday Kentucky Girl Friday and Saturday In Old Virginia TO CAR A Few Reserved Seats lOo Cnas G Payne of New City is visiting relatives at his old home here M E Blakemore of Ver is the guest of her daugh Lafo Crutoher Steele street Cora Trafford who has been Mr and Mrs Wallace Webb has returned to her home in Blandville Ky Rev Dr J J Taylor President of Georgetown College was here Wednesday to attend the Educational Conference Mr Frank S Hat has returned from Plattsburg N Y where he was called by the doath of his Anna Buck and Mrs Eliza beth Berry of Cincinnati O are the guests of Mrs C M Bridge ford on Wilkinson street Rev U V W Darlington wife and daughter of are visiting his mother near Graofons burgIDrs H S Keller and C A Fish Homeopnthlohyslolnns ville this week V JeHloo1onnMr W T Rending and wife this Mrs Geo M Brook SrI was bythoguests of Mr F at Jupiter Hill this Miss Nollie the guest of her sister Mrs lion Marshall has gone to Minn to reside Ladies Misses and L1 Childrensi Sh oestJthe Newest Thingstli1 Low Prices All Styles I OUT rTO BUSINESS we SON marked DAV1SThe reserved picked Monday we s In PARK Son weekI MrslCordie weeJtI Ina Lehr Co and TuoedayThe The FREE STREET PATRONS I1MI IMrs IMiss fatherMrs Covingtun Minneapolis Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her brother Mr George F Berry It Juniper Hill this week Mrs Ike Starks of Louisville was the guest of her undo Mr G F Berry at Juniper Hill this we ek Mrs H B Carpenter of Law renoeburg who has been the guest of Mrs W S Farmer has returned homoProf T Lindsey Blayney of Central University Danville was the guest of his father Rev Dr J McClusky Blaynoy this week Col Max Dorn has gone on an extensive trip through the South and Mexico for the Frankfort Broom Factory Mr Ross A McCallum and wife nee Kittle Dryden are guests of her parents Mr John B Dryden and wife Judge W N Beokner of Win chester was in attendance upon the Educational Convention nosday IIr Allen Sandidge and Mr countyattorneyhero on Wednesday IMrs Walker Stehens of Kansas City Mo arrived here Saturday after many years absence She will visit her daughters Mrs Z T Collins and Mrs Thos J Holder Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lox ington visited her parents Mr John E Miles and wife on Sun day Mrs E C ORoar who has boon visiting at her old homo in Mt Sterling returned home Monday night Mr W J Lewis attonded the funeral of his old comrade Rev Ben B BigstafT at Lexington on Tuesday I KILL lAND II FOR THE CURE c CouGH I r1 THE LUNGS If1 jlIIOLDS 150cand Quickest Cure for all tiISurest and LUNG TROUB MONEY EAOK 1I1lv e h Mayor J S Darnell and City En i Root A Frazier left Sunday for Springfield Ohio on busi ness for the city JI granddaughter JJohnMrs W H Hampton of Ironton 0 yas the guest of her mother L HamptonWest r 4Shoeand gone to Madison Ind to re sideif1MrNew Orleans La visited his parents Mr J M Banta and wife at Thorn Hill this weekfMr-s Eugene W Phillips and daughter Mrs Pearl Williams visited friends in Louisville this IColon M Jones attended the funeral of his old comrade Rev Ben B BigstafF at Lexington on r TuesdayMr W Mnoklin was one of the pallbearers at the funeral of ilhis old comrade Rev Ben B Big staff at Lexington on Tuesday Mrs Anna VanDerveer who has been the guest of her son Mr Richard A VanDorveer in Lexington s has returned home Miss Edna Bridges and MissI Eunice Kenny visited the family of Dr John Jouett in Eminence this week Mr John C Sower and wife en tertained ColumbusrY i Club on Tuesdayevening crowd wore present who enjoyedi the affair immensely Mr Gavin C Morris son of ColiRiuhard Morris upon his return to St Louis Mo has secured a posi lion with the big packers Nelson Morris Co s b While visiting Mrs G Matt Adams in Winchester Mrs John E Garner gave an l in honor of Miss Virginia Morrisxof this city Mr Thos E Kenney returned triptthe logs for Kenney Bros big mills ofLoulsvilloof his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson returned home Monday nightMr Tames OConnell former Appoalsbutin the city Tuesday en route to the G A R reunion at Louisville Mr Walter who was krillnesshis duties as clerk in the office of Superintendent of Pubjiu Instruc t lion q CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of BEATHSrKNOTT At her homo in LouIs- ville on yesterday morning at 6 oclock Mrs Ann Mary Knott widow of the late Mr Richard Knott in her 70th year Mrs Knott was the only daughter of- the lato Dr Jos G Roberts of this rfjii city and was a lemarkably hand some and accomplished Indy She z was married in early life to the beloved and lamented Richard Knott Esq They lived in this- t city until 1854 when they removed to Louisville and made that city r their home until the death of Mr Knott several years sinoeShe was a devoted Christian and member of the Presbyterian Church Quiet reserved and retiring she was loved most by those who knew her best She leaves two daughters Miss Rebecca Wallace and Miss Annie Knott and five sons Richard W Stuart R Wm T10hn R and Eugene Q Knott and one brother Mr Jos W Roberts of Warsaw Ky beside a Inrgo number of relatives in this city to mourn her deathThe body will be brought to this city this morning on a special train over the L N R R reaching here at 11 a m and the interment will take place immediately following in the family lot in our cemetery by the side of her husband and several children who had preceded her to the land beyond 1 When a girl in a spirit of fun she asked the late John Monouro Lewis to write her epitaph and the following was the result r EPITAPH In memory of Miss Ann Mary RobertsSho is not dead IIRhe is not dead oh say not so When one too pure to dwell below A sweet release from sin is given The spirit freed hath fled to heaven Call not an angels visit death Thugh cold the clay and hushd the breath A change blessd can surely claim A less appalling gentler name II She is not dend but called away Fom earthand who would bid her stay Since God lookd down on that ono And quickly olaimd her as his own 4 No victory hath the grave obtained No struggle not a thought was painii All calm ns twilight hour in spring If this be death it hath no sting She is not dead hilt liveth now Eternal life stuinpd on her brow Joys unuonoeived till now impart Their full fruition to her heart All pain and sorrow sin forgot Life everlasting is her lot t She lives with Him who for her If lifeobe death then she is dead i Ca TOaXABean the II ilpatve tl The Silk are bestW S FARMER Every woman is interested in READYTOWEAR GARMENTS And she knows the newest ideas and best values are shown at our store first TUB COAT SUITSAre the swellest ideas of the season sensible serviceable and inexpensive We are showing some exclubive French conceptions in Linen Coat Suits SKIRTSAre a specialty with us in variety of styles and superb values we excel Our 500 values in Panama or Mo hair are extra 750 to 1000 high class styles excellent ma terials WE IMPORTOur Mohairs direct This is why we give you the most for your money Examine the Mohairs we offer you at 89c and compare with any 100 or 155 goods you find We know they are cheap then for Shirt Waist Skirts the qual ity at 89c in neat mixtures and fancy effects are just what you wantOFFICERS OF GRAND COM MANDERY K T The following gentlemen were elected the officers of the Grand Commandery K T of Kentucky at Richmond for the ensuing yearGrand Commander John W Landrum of Mayfield Deputy Grand Commander Thos A Keith of Maysville Grand Generalissimo W R Johnston of Lebanon Grand Captain GeneralRobt- S Moses Louisville Grand Senior Warden Jos H Ewalt of Paris Grand Junior Warden John G Cramer of Lexington Grand Prelate William Yeo man of Versailles Grand TreasurerR C Stock ton of Richmond Grand RecorderA H Bryant ofCovingtonGrand BarerLee D Ray of Owensboro Grand Sword Bearer Thos P Satterwhite of Louisville Grand Warder Mason P Brown of Frankfort Grand Captain of the Guard Chas N Smith of Danville Paris was selected as the place for the meeting next year Frankfort Commandery held her end of the affair nicely upI It was the best session of the Grand Commandery ever held The First Regiment Band of this city laid over the other twelve straightIKodol Dyspepsia ro Digests what you eat HANDSOME WRITE UP We are in receipt of a copy of the recently issued illustrated number of the Richmond Climax which gives u handsome write ijp of the city of Richmond- It is neatlytflnd tastefully gotten up the illustrations being first class in every way The resources of that thriving little city are shown in an attrac tive style Richmond is just at the edge oft o grass region and has the advantage of both the blue grass and the mountains in resources from which to draw supplies and business We congratulate Bro A D Miller the clever and hustling editor of the Climax upon his success in this matter s Dr Weavers Syrup hrttI the blood Cerate ointment for tU rife EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Qujte a large and representative body of educators and friends of education met in this city on Wednesday last at the callof Prof J H Fuqua Superintend ent of Public Instruction in the Hall of the House of Representa tivesProf Fuqua was made Presi dent and Mr Wm Cromwell SecretaryThe of the conference was to enlarge the and increase the efficiency ot the public schools of the State and the enlargement of the system of Normal Training by the State coupled with com pulsory attendance Quite a number of instructive eloquent and forceful addresses downIfor better things in Educating first the teachers of the public schools and then the pupils- Committees were appointed to confer with the State educational Association which meets at Mammoth Cave in June Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate hula akin eruption TOURNAMENT OF GRADED SCHOOLS AT LEXINGTON The Graded School Tournament of the Bluegrass took place this week at Lexington and winding todayThe pupils were se lected from the Frankfort Schools to take part in the tournament together with he subject in which they contest Miss Elnora Marshall Trigo nometry and Botany Miss Vilyun Shipp Algebra and Cicsar Basil KenneyDeclamation Miss Frances Orrand Miss Mina Wilson Spelling Miss Mary GayleKentucky History Miss Miiry GibbonsComposi- tion William G Simpson Reading Miss Lizzie Sargent Roman HistoryThe tournament will be con ducted at the Lexington Opera HouseProf H R McKee Miss Mar garet A Lewis Mrs Jennie M Chinn and Miss Frances Hamilton were selected to accompany the pupils to Lexington Quite a number of handsome- prizes were offered and Frankfort hopes to capture her due share OLD TAYLORli THE PREMIER + KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky lOc SILKSBy a fortunate late purchase we are able to give I isome pretty neat patterns in figures or stripes at 48c that were worthmore earlier in the season IVery much complimented are the WASH VOILES we are Ip4special at lOc they are the high grade kind WHITE GOODS For Commencement Dresses are special attention us See our 40 inch Lawn at lOc 80givenI Persian at 15c 80 inch Persian at 25c French Lawn at 50c 22 inch All Linen Waisting at 25c 1TheseFLOOR COVERINGS AND WINDOW DRAPERIESHave- more to do with attaining this end than any other article about bytakingCARPETS MATTINGS and RUGS A GOOD NIGHTS REST doggieForThat German Syrup homes great treawMt Could health and joy impart tonic earth is a terIritiledread dangers of the poor consumptive qBut why this fear of the night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made cer SyrupQWe of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German wonders iz QTwo sizes 25c and 75C All druggists TH NKSI Our pretty and jolly young friend Miss Carrie Brock has placed us under obligations for a box of the sweetest and nicest strawberries we have seen this season We are sorry to say that in place of the usual abundant crop that is raised by Miss Brock theyonly hadn few gallons of these berries about enough for family use- ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STREET CAR CONVENTIONS H T and His IPlantIn Denison Texas the annual meeting of the Southwestern Electrical and Gas Association will convene tomorrow morning con tinning three days H T Edgar manager of the International Electric Light and Power Com pany and H S Potter inspector of the same company have loft for Denison to the conventionAfter to El Paso MrI Edgar accompanied Scott superintendent of HowellI ternational Electric Power Company will go in June to Denver to attend conven tion of the NationalElectric Light Association Mr Scott will go on from Denver to his former home in Frankfurt Ky to spend the balance of the month El Paso Texas Herald Thus another Frankfort boy getting up in the front rank isI o ittteEarly Risers The famous little plll When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Bitters Cures dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system r j zd i tiJk t1ln i Agents for Standard Patterns seam al lowed price lie you by Lawn Lawn German same by the STATE MEETING DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA IThe State Conclave of the of America auxiliary of the Junior Order American Workmen held their annual meeting in this city on Tuesday and Wednesday in Odd Fellows Temple Some seventyfive mem bers were in attendance Strange to say quite a number of the Daughters were sons Regular routine work was trans f actedThe 4 following officers were elected on Wednesday for theIensuing year Grand Councillor Miss Amy Mullen of Louisville Associate Councillor Miss Mary Swain of Newport Vice CouncillorMiss Gertrude Johnson of Covington Associate Vice Councillor Miss Estelle Brumi of Louisville TreasurerG W Orvillof LouisvilleConductorMiss Annie Mc f Ewan of CoingtonJ 1LouisvilleOhenowith of FrankfortrOutside Sentinel Miss Zoeta B Sample of Rothwell National RepresentativeJohn f W Adams of Louisville A banquet was served in Odd Fellows Temple banquet room on Wednesday night The delegates went sightseeing on Wednesday afternoon and en joyed the trip very muohiGOT AWAY One Ves Cart a convict in the upfromfor forgery managed to elude the guards on Monday and has disappeared as utterly as if the ground had opened and swallowed him up He only had about six teen months to serve A DISASTROUS CALAMITYi It is a disastrous calamity when you lose cause indigestion andconstipationrhave slipped it away Prompttrelief can be had in Dr Kings Now Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure t headache dizziness colic consti pation etc Guaranteed at all drug stores 25c BUYS ANOTHER FINE FARM purchnsedfromW Noel the fine Woodford county- farm known as the Henry Fer SpringStation TheIprivate but is about 50000 CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Wo are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to tho action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te Ih m f d t tTneFcanK c ounda out 1tt Entered nt the postolHce at Frankfort Ken ift tacky secondclass mailablc matter i w4iE0 A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 27 1905 Y 11 C As TENTH ANNI VERSARY As announced in our last paper the tenth anniversary of the local Y M C A was duly observed on Sunday last At the morning hour some of the visiting mem hers occupied one or two of th cityf union meet ing was held at the First Baptist Church The big audience room the chapel and the balcony were filled with people Mr John h Amsden of Ver saillep made a strong and eloquent address in advocacy of the y M C A work Mr Amsden is always warmly welcomed in this city by his host of devoted friends thud never more so than when ho comes to speak in behalf of the Y lL C A Short speeches wore made by several other gentlemen The closing address was made by Rev Vm Crowe pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church of this city and it is needless tot say that it was a model of wit find pathos in which ho showed the great need of an independent Y M C A building- It was the unanimous sentiment that this wits the most successful r anniversary meeting of the Y 3il C A ever held here On Tuesday evening in the rgymnasium a delightful banquet vas served by the ladies commit tee to an assembly of about 125 gentlemenAfter banquet Prof H K Taylor of the Louisville Training tSehool located at Beechmont who had been appointed Toast i master called for order and in well chosen eloquent and witty style introduced the several speakers of the evening who with their themes were as fol lowsIr Is It Worth While Mr IjEdwD Kagi- nthealsJudge H S Barker Do The Hardest ThingRev C R Hudson How We Did ItDr J A Stucky of Lexington The addresses of each and alJj including those of Toastmaster Taylor were full of rich thought earnest advice wit and humor and called for vigorous applause The appetizing banquet served k by Frankforts prettiest girls was voted an unusually successful oneI A new impetus was given to the work of the Y M C A gratify ing to its friends The banquet hall was beauti fully decorated wjth smilax roses sand other flowers brilliantly lighted and altogether a bower of beauty for Your Protection a we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with a lisa on his back is our trademark and it is a guarantee that Scotts Emul sion will do all that Is claimed for it Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles in infant or adult Scotts Emul sion is one of the greatest flesh builders known to the medical world Well send you a sample tree SCOTT BOWNE I I r 409 Pearl Street Now York 1iP Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily itself to ordinary treatment is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed andeulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I crew so much worse I left there with wife to visit my sisterin1awrMrs T A Kirby at Roanokr nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should try lies Heart Cure cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine- and Tonic After usinjj one or two buttles I despairedofsisted on keeping it Up which I did provement soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or s xtcen bottles I was re stored to p rfect health and while am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a I cheerfully recom urCcrjnghunumityj bottleDrAddreaDr IN MEMORIAM Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C offers these resolutions of re spect to the memory of Gen Fitz hugh Leo who met death face to face with the heroism with which he had conquered life Whereas The Great Captain of the armies of heaven has seen proper to summon our noble com mander front the earthly walks of this warfare be it Resolved That in the departure of Gen Lee the country at large has met with serious lose his na tive State Virginia a noble sonIthe Lost Cause a faithful compatriot while each U D C chap ter personally has parted from a sincere and loving friend Resolved That in the passing of this brave southern gentleman who was so severely and sorely tried by the vicissitudes of peace and warthe pages of future his tory shall contribute praise as his memorial while the student df governmental economics must render testimonials of renown to attest the efficiency of his duties so well performed not alone in Cuba but in other fields of worldwide usefulness Resolved That a copy of this memoriam be given the Frank fort Ky Journal the Roundabout Louisville CourierJournal and Confederate Veteran A copy to be sent the bereaved family and also to be inscribed upon the minutes of the chapter Halt Twas the word of wor drous firm command That Death demanded face to face with Lee Both paused the vantage ground of right He without desire to fight or fleeI But with a sweet resolve he gave his hand Saluted Death Then bivouaced for the night MRS S M LEAVY MRS S TRIMBLE MRS N S COXCommittee You can save money In buying PERSIAN LAWNS ORGANDIES FRENCH NAINSOOK and WASH CHIFFONS If you buy them at C KAGIN BROS- POSTPONED TO JUNE 1 Owing to the present high stage ofwater in the river the closing of navigation from Lock No 8 to the moutl of the river has been postponed until June 1st CuptJ Abrams has the Falls City still plying between this city and Lou isvilleThe repairs are to be made on the mitersill at Lock No2 Hurry your dates for use of Cove Spring Park for picnics No charge for use of grounds under rules of the company Address John T Buckley Secretary i1 fiLwr a jiiN FOURTH OF JULY Preparations Being Made for Grand Celebration A meeting was heldat the Courthouse on Friday night of last week to make preparations for the proposed celebration of our Nations Birthday July 4th nextThe following committees wore appointed toI make necessary arrangementsExecutive Committee Geo B Hnrper Chairman Judge J H Hnzelrigg Judge J H Polsgrove A B Hammond I Davis John H CB sell Secretary Geo L Payne Treasurer Finance Committee Geo L Payne Chairman W A Howard John H CneselJJInvitation Committee Judge J H Hnzelrigg Chairman Col W P Walton Col J A Soott Gen D W Lindbey Win Cromwell Program Committee Rev C H Hudson Chairman Geo L Payne Judge Haxolrlgg Lafayette Crutcher Gen Percy Hilly Rev M B Adams Gen D W Llndsey Dr l hey John P Sower Kcnner Taylor D P Davis L L Olwnvnrth J T ISgfllt1 stun Dr S E James John B Dryden Music Committee Wnylal1l10rnhnmP Berry F R Stratton Military Committee Gen Percy Holy Col Noel Gaines Mervin Parrent Capt W 0 Lutke meter Lieut Combs Purr Committee on Parade Rev M B Adams Chairman Dr U V Williams A V Hite R L Greene Frank Chinn H Lutkemeier W G Simpson F V Gray R K McClure H H Roberts Miss Lucy Pattle B G HogeWJr W C Marshall Frank Dally John fielbert J P Hauler James Sower Sr O N Smith Dr E E Hume Line of March Committee Gen D W Lindsey Chairman Rev M B Adams Rev C R Hudson Gen Peroy Holy John C Noel Religious Exercise Committee Rev Dr J McC Blayney Chairman Father Thomas Major Rev M B Adams Rev J O A Vaught Rev William Crowe Rev A B Chinn Rev T F Tallferro Rev 0 R Hudson Decoration Committee John Sower Chairman Geo II Steh lin F C Hutchison Geo A Lewis Steele Reading S D Johnson Robert Jllson C T Keller F W Keyes J W MarkeburyCommittee on Carriages Kenner Taylor Chairman Jim Thom son J S Darnell Lee Shelton B S Gaines Eugene Scott C C Hazelrlgg Printing and Advertising Committee David Davis Chairman Dr U V Williams James L Newman Howard Johnson John H Stewart J P NoonanSpeakers Stand Committee i L L Oberwartb Chairman A B Hammond Wilder Dupuy E M Wal ldttio R A Frazier A DMartin T J CongletonRiver Display Committee Dr S E James Chairman Henry Lindsey J M Chinn C M Brldgoford W L Williams G L Alfred Slack John Miller W J Roberts T E Konney Fire Works Committee John B Dryden Chairman H E Ell wanger G C Shaw Joe Rupert O N Smith Base Ball Committee D J MoNamara Chairman Howard Johnson J J Downing Ed Roberts Paul Avis A Transportation Committee J T Eggleston Chairman S E Hutton J Abrams A V Hite Stanley Stagg John T Buckley Marshals Committee Chief Marshal Gen D W Lindsey Assistants S W lInger W C Herndon J L Rodman Jr Howard Johnson W S Dehoney Hiter Crockett Gilbert Mastln James T Buford Reception Committee Mayor J S Darnell Chairman E H Taylor Jr L F Johnson William Cromwell Pat Newman Sr Kenner Taylor Ira Julian James Hoeney B G Weitzel Frank Stagg Tom Stagg E B Rodman W H need James M Saflell S D Johnson W P Scott James T Buford F S Haff J R New ton E E Hoge Russell MoRery Frank Hewitt M B McKenney Geo Salender R K McClure J W Gayle John Driscoll T niter Crockett W H Posey Henry Ringold Joe Noonnu John Cannon F V Gray Tom Brlelan Jud Brlslan Frank Keyes Dennis Mc Namara W L Jett Coley Whltehead L C Norman Jr Dr1 S Collins Dr E E Hume O N Smith H F Lindsey John W Rodman Richard De- honey D L Kennedy S Howser Bu ford Hendrick Paul Sawyer W A How ard Chas Weitzel Guy Barrett E M Drane W E Baxter E Power Grant Roberts Lame Hold U Chapman Con Collins Luscher Lyman Graham Thomas Rogers J R Elliott J P Williams W H Hoge A Pilkington J L Weltzel II A Gretter Thomas Averlll M D Averlll Jr C Kapln Dr J R Ely R A Frazer G C Shaw L T Rogers Ladies Auxiliary Committees will be arranged for at the next meeting which will be held Thursday the 25th at 4 p In the Council Chamber FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY SPECIALS Latonia races Cincinnati 0 Round trip 875 Date of sale June 8 Final limit June 4 Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood i Cerate for skin eruptions inExtra Values WHITE GOODS for Commencement Dresses at C KAGIN BROS Pleasant to take Ii Laxativew Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell yon 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 intestinesrtLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fiuit and Vega table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousnessTM Bloated Feeling etc s Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you haye tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE r + NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Y Glaze You- rWindows 5r kr1 I have an immense stock ofxGLASS all sizes andcHn interest you as to price and quantity rrti FRANK G STAGG 4 h Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY CoMPANYID t LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 1905PEASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 DailyEx PMLeave Dally No4 Ex Sun 1 stations A H No1 s Da Ex Bun IAr t 225 745 0 Lexington 0 606 810 825 IID Winchester 1010I 620 ate 918 Clay 489 406 023 Btanton 828 480 485 954 Natural Bridge tWI 401 449 1008 62 Torrent I84T6H 1029 Beattyvllle Junction 726 610 1180 94Jackson 025 226 for points on the O K Ry and local station JR OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY w1 Ex NO sI Ex SundI Stations = LeaveI No 83 PallyEx DailyI IAM No Daily Ex Bund No II WiPt SundayTrains SterlingTrnins IaGeneralK1IJ IIlf IA MLvePM LyeJAH Ar PM Ar o 9J0 286 Jackson 880 1190 p 925 280 O ts K Junction a 417 1152168 Wilhurst848I 162 Hampton 480 11M 18 128 Lee 610 1223 lQ 181 1160I 122 Hefochawa 618 1228 r105 Cannel City 646 1246 27 Noa and 22 will make close connection at 04t K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Hallway1C L CONLEY Superintendent t i rliJ t 11f 1f f Decorationtr i Week 5 This week we will offer some attractive avalues in Readytowear Dress Skirts Black Blue Brown Gray Tan and White Mohair and Panama 450500600650700 11J The Ladies Vests 1w We show at lOc and 15c are rare bargains Lace Curtainsall new choice designs 150 200 250 and up Wo are showing a line of liens and Boys Bathing Suits 50c to 10Q CHAS J wEIIiIISuccessor to Weltzel ODonnell WHATS IN McCLURES Wide human interest is the striking thing about the June Mc Chires The college man is the first concerned in the sensational disclosure of Tjie College Ath lete which tells for the first time some astonishing facts about the by which some of the stars are secured and kept at college It is a story that will be a shocking notyi intofTyphoid fever Samuel Hopkins Adams in one of his power ful and illuminating articles IR an entirely unnecessary evil He shows conclusively hat the mil lions of dollars and thousands of lives America sacrifices to this disease might be saved by a little workt has been so marvellously educated in spite of her lack of sight speech and has written the story of charminglyrconquest of her limitations It is a vindication of her splendid 1Another of the reminiscent stories of the oldtime country bastreaders of McOliires carries the reader around the cycle of the seasons as they used to be in the old times of not SO long ago 4The Revolving Year will stir tender memories in eVtry old country boy and give him plenty tir to laugh over too- sSir Walter Scott the prince of prose romancers is tHe subject of Prof George Edward Wood berrys second paper in the series ho is t writing for McClures on the great II master of literature No living English author is better qualified r to soy who have been the master writers Qf the world and point k out their preeminence Five good short stories all pro fusely illustrated complete the list A comedy of snobbery is icld by George Randolph Chester in Bargain Day at Tutt House The exaggerated Americanism of it will make the hug 1itself Mrs Wilson Woodrow has humorous tale of life in a Colorado mining camp wherein theuNew Missioner again ap 4 pears One of New Yorks aasis- tant district attorneys Arthur ifcLTrain has written out of the ex perience of his office The Jail S l ty1 D l 0 i fi hnbitIIuala washerwomans love story a tale of rare literary quality with a tender and sympathetic touch Inez Hayus Gilmore in The Story That Took has made an amusing story on novel lines THE S S McCLURE CO 4060 East 28d St N Y City The new long cars will be welcomed by the people when they wish to visit the Park A beautiful ride between the hills beautiful flowers to be had at Henrys greenhouse beautiful grass and shade at the park will make the trip a pleasure GENERAL EXODUS Sunday last was an exception ally fine day and large numbers of our citizens took advantage of the excursion trains and took a days outing Considerably over 100 people went to Cincinnati over the F C and Q C excursion train About 800 people went to Nat ural Bridge on the L N and L E excursion train rCove Spring Park Theatre opens May 29 Free to patrons of street car line K M L COMMENCEMENT We are in receipt of an invita tion to attend the conimencement exercises of Kentucky Military Institute formerly located at Stewart Home this county but now at Lyndon Jefferson county We only wish it wore in our power tc attend The following is the invitation The Faculty and Senior Class of Kentucky Military Institute request the pleasure of your com pany at the Sixtieth Annual Com mencement Exercises May twentyeighth to thirty first nineteen hundred and five Lyndon Kentucky Old Boys Reunion Nay thirtyfirst SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to Cassells 011 Main street pies cakes candy and other good things Open all day tf i i THE PRES DE SOIE UnderskirtI Light in weight looks like silk rustles like silk all colors and black196 COVE SPRING PARK This beautiful spot will open Monday May 29 under new man agement Mr Matt Kusell sole proprietor of the Kusell Warm Weather Circuit has included in his chain of summer itI The policy is a liberal one and doubt it will be hard to date the crowds that will visit park this summer There theI brand new theatre seating persons and Mr Darlington who is Mr Kusells representative at Frankfort assures all who visit a first class entertainment of a high orderThe first offering is Miss Ina Lehr and her admirable Stock Co THE WAGES OF SIN The sad sad story of an erring wife a heartbroken husband and forlorn children was given another illustration in this city on Mon day night We draw the curtain over the sad scene and decline toI publish names THANKSIDr W Lee Crutcher has placed us under obligations for a box of the finest and sweetest strawberries that we have seen this season The Doctor is selling these berries every day in our city If you wish to preserve you can leave orders with us and we will advise him New Fast Train T- OColorado I UTAH ANDTHE II PACIFIC 8JlJnlt8 Sunday May The now trains a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double dally service Through sleeping car service for SanFran taco Excursion tickets now on sale further or address- R IFor T G MATTHEWS Pass Ant Louisville Ey H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo J IIr NATURES WARNING Frankfort People Must Recognize- and Heed It Kidney ills come quicJdY111YS teriously But nature always warns you through the urine Notice the kidney secretions See if the color is unhealthy If there are settlings and sediment Passages too frcquuent scanty painfulIts then to use Doans Kidney Pills To ward oil Brights disease or diabetes Downs have done great work in Frankfort W H Roberts grocer of 880 Todd St says Being in the drug business a good many years and a graduate pharm cist my knowledge of medicine v as sum cient to prove that my kidneys were not performing the work which nature intended they should for I sutlered great deal from a persistent aching pain across the small of my hock and the secretions from the kidneys were highly colored and so irreg ular especially at night that my rest was greatly disturbed It was not until some two or three that I learned about Roans Kidney Pills and I got a box I gained so much from the use of these Pills that I pro nounce them a kidney remedy of unequaled merits My last sup ply was procured at J W Gayles drug store and I take a dose of thorn once in a while as a tonic for the kidneys A number of friends of mine to whom I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great ben efit PriceI50 theIand take no other A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the nat ural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the in flamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organ to transform all fobd into rich red blood Sold by J W Gayle Monarch over pain Burns cuts sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At any drug store r OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS IFor the benefit of passengers to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South asIe No 9 at Louisville until 500 p 111No6 at Lexington until 480 p m No 14 at Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf THK DISTRICT CounT ov TUB UNITED STATES von THK EASTEHN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKUUITOY In the mutter of Charles E Ellwangcr Bankrupt On this 15th day of May A D on con banltruptforA D it is ordered by the court that a dayJunolton in said district at oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be ono in The Frankfort Roundabout a newspaper printed in said district and that and other persons in Inter knownIappear at said time and place and show it any thoy have the of tioner should not bo Cochran Witness grsnt1Itho sent said on May A D191b- WALTER Q OIIAVMAN Clerk By E H COLEMAN D CIslat Wheneer you feel impending ill And need a magic little No other one will fill pillILike DeWitts Little The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc They never or sicken but IIohildren jj r JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfurt famous All the world is eating it praisingit r Frankfort is the home c t J E M- JE M Sold only by Grocers r C 0 TIME TAKLX SOUTH No Pt I It ILv ICJcIu1NO22 IPrLoulSTlllf Ijco1Lv SheloyvlLe Frankfort 1018 710 Lexington 1116 840 HOT WEATHER PILES Persons afflicted with Piles should be direful at this season of the year Hot weather and4bad drinking contribute to the conditions which make Piles moreypainful and dangerous DeVitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine hearing the name of E C DeWitt Co All the healing balsamic vir tues of the Norway pine are concentrated in Dr Woods Norway remedyfor j TWO ROUTES TO CALIFORNIA Three Routes to Pacific Northwest Afforded by Rock Island System v Are you going West this sum mer on that long deferred vaca tion An unusual opportunity is presented that yon cant afford to miss Greatly reduced rates for summer tours to the Pacific Coast SanIto go Via New Mexico Colorado Wyoming or the Northern route Full details and illustrated literature from John Sebastian gor Traffic Manager Rook IslatSystem Chicago tf Dont let the little one suffer from eczema or other torturing skin diseases No need for it Doans Ointment cures Cant harm the most delicate skin At any drug store 50 cents Queen and 1 Crescent Route ISlimiest Route AN- DQuickest Scnefliile BETWEENRk fID flcCINCINNATII ATLANTASBIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND tTEXAS PO I NTSraWrite for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKE IITP A t Lexington Kentucky LtfI ATXEINTIO1N FARMERSNow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents forMIc Pittsburgh PerfectiStrongest in the- World STREL FENCEI if i Welded by the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry f have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting your cropsJ i IClover Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves I 307309 Main St IBoth Phones GOODMAN GONE TO HIS REWARD r The announcement that Rev Ben B Bigstaff the mountain evangelist and former chaplain of the Confederate Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley had passed to his reward will cause a feeling of sadness to arise in the hearts o allwho knew him A bold and daring scout in Morgans command of the Con federate Army after his convet lion he the same daunt less courage into the work of sav ing souls and chose as his field the feudridden mountain section of the State His heart was burn ing with love for souls and he do dined positions of ease and com fort to do the work he had chosen He will have many stars in his crownHe was stricken with paralysis near his home at Frozen Creek in Breathitt county on Friday ri t last was brought to Lexington to the Good Samaritan Hospial on Saturday for treatment and died there at 9 ocloclon Sunday night The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon and the burial was the Confederate lot in the Lex ington Cemetery According to his request the ceremonies were simple as so well befitted the character of the man He had made all arrangements and se lected his pallbearers some time since AT IT AGAIN That burglar who likes to visit the West Side returned there on Saturday night and revisited the grocery store of Mr Robt L Grinstead on Benson street This time he broke in the rear door And carried off a lot of goods 1 t may not be inappropriate to a ain inquire where was thatWest policemana1 I THANK THE LORD Cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered fo 5 years It is a marvelous healer for outs burns and wounds Guaranteed at all druggists 25c CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion a regular use of German Syrup morningIsgo is a good nights rest and toe 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 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 26c regular size 76c At all drug gists yr RInM Cf4 t P C SOWER 8c COLETTER LIST The following is a list of adver endingMayAllen D C Anderson William Arent Braunschweiger Sam Brown G M GeorgefJohnson Hon J T Lindiokey Frank Norris Mattie B Ortler Miss Sadie Pierce Mrs Ida Polsgrove Mrs Paul Price Mrs Maria Pryor James Son MaggieShepherd Sims Rev E D Smith Mrs Mollie Taylor Kate Taylor Miss Nonie Thornton Mnhln Washen Harry Wilson D G Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saceessf ul treatment for blood and akin dlaeaeca ATTENDED THE GRANb COM MANDERY The Sir Knights of Frankfort Comm ndory No4 Knights Templar to the number of about 20 swords accompanied by a number of ladies headed by the First Regiment Band wont to Richmond on Tuesday afternoon in a special train over the F C and K C Railroads The Commandery had head quarters at Hotel Glyndon and kept open house during the con tinuance of the encampment cA T 0IJ4Bean the sireof If Boudt TUESDAY MAY 80 DECORA TION DAY Tuesday next May 80 is Dec oration Day and we had hoped that both the Confederate and Federal soldiers graves would be decoratedat the same time but we have been disappointed in this However those having flowers to donate will please send them to the Customhouse on Tuesday berThesdecoration will take place in the afternoon DO rowThe time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally 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 strug gling for several days weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boscheos 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 25c regular size 76c At all drugigsts lyr p r DECORATION OF CONFEDERATE GRAVES We are requested to announce that Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D Cwill decorate the graves of all Confederate soldiers in our cemetery on Saturday June 8 There will be an address at the cemetery by Capt James W Blackburn and probably others Those having flowers to donate will please have them at the cem etery before 4 oclock in the after noon of that day 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 apd 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 aUjatomnch GnyleIFRANKLIN ASSOCIATION TO MEET AT COVE SPRING PARK The Board of Franklin Baptist Association announces that the next meeting of that body will be held at Cove Spring Park on Wednesday and Thursday August 28 and 24 Now that the new auditorium is ready which will seat 1000 people there will be no trouble to have these good people gather there to transact the business of the body CHANGE OF BASE weIlearnJ Edmund Richardson son of Mr N F Richardson of this county has gone to Wasco Ore gon to accept a position with the Columbia Southern Railway Co His station is about 100 miles from Portland and is in the finest wheat and fruit country in the world so thepeople there claim We are glad to learn that our young friend is LEG rosperingI Mr Andrew Trumbo who was so unfortunate as to have his leg hurt while at work at the Old Crow Distillery some two weeks since and whose condition became such as to require it had the leg amputated on Wednesday after noon by Dr John A Lewis of CIKexpectedFine Head Lettuce TeJephoneI No 166 to the most uneven ground ltiKentucky HJlie4vfti VIr c f 4 i gInlana A New Pattern iiIn Sterling Silveri r 1ii vt i iii y fj Spoons and Forks f f In v ttgray finish l 1 i iliThis pattern is extremely reasonablej t In price j And we are now ready jit JiV To show a full line SS In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces v t fn Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select v From this assortmentiNf fit1ft M A SelbertfIReliable w ylWill ElectricityJust hen build a JIInice housedont use green lumber t- Our LUMBER is Z 14 rI t jt r lotYw seasonedHammond K l 6 CO IlL RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M R Adams the pastor will 11m and 8 p m I1Morning subject Cbnoernincr A Man Honest Enough to Pay His Debt Evening subject The Deadly toySundayschool at n m the chapel 1Horne Department and Bible Taught by S E Hutton Su i perintendent Adults and stran gers to join f Baraoa Class at U4n taught by the Pastor j Baptist Young Peoples Union meet in tho chapel at 030 twillPra ermeethig Wednesday even 1ak king at 8 oclock zr Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL11171if CHURCHRev A B Chlnn rec li tor flI 28Jtrt 11 o m Morning Prayer and Ser Imonof 1J 780 p m Prayer and Sermon IIf Wednesday Jr 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday 1L 750 p m Bible study 715r to at 1f tend Seats always free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev O R Hudson the pastor will preach at lia m and 780 p m Sundayschool 080 a m in the chapel nChristian Endeavor Society will t chapel at 680 p m Simpsoni It evenfton Friday afternoon at 8 oclock In the oh fEverybody invited c5i SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m mi080 t k pom Prayermooting Wednesday even 10 fi ing at 780 ocIot Everybody fnvited to attendt CATHOtlC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 790 a In High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vfjspors at 780 p m lt I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN taCHURCHRevJ McClusky Jtlay will preach at 11 a m 780 p m Sunday school at 980 a m Young peoples Society of Chris 1r tian Endeavor at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 p m All young people are invited to a attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m IJ1 I Sundayschool at 945 a HI Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 780 atJfVin LEESTOWN MISSION M r 1t Edwin Kagin of the Kentuqky Bernth everySundaytj A prayermeeting will bo hold on Thursday evening at 780 These 4services will continue through tho summer AoST JOHNSRov A B Ohinn will conduct service at880 p m f FLYER DAYS FOB THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 26 and 271 IIFlyer Prices Will Be Given On Persian Lawns Paris Muslins French Lawns French Lawns Laces and Embroideries This is a chance for your Commencement DressestRemember our special Bargain Days are Friday and Saturday of each week S D JOHNSON CO 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 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 Commence ment Dresses We will be certain to suit you Lace Curtains and DraperiesL- ace Curtains 98c worth 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal more Curtain Swisses tOe a yardand up both dote and stripes w F T HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper PaintsOils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 8Bm rAPoliCY in THE EOUIT ABLE 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 Re Wilson District Manager yank C Hutchison Local Representative i 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 l Bug Mortality There will be an enormous increase in the death rate among bed hugs roaches and similar pests when more people discover the deathdealing qual- itIes of GAYLES BED BUG KILLER No bug ever escapes Onp application a year will under ordinary conditions free your premises of all of this kind of vermin two applications at moatIFull 8 ounce bottie 25c A brush with every bottle ii wYLE BroadwayICorner Ann and Frankfort Kyr ICE CREAM SOCIAL AND FAREWELL OF OFFICERS AT THE SALVATION ARMY The Salvation Army will give an Ice Cream Social at their now Cit ade1114 Clinton street Saturday night The proceeds to be used for the local work Sunday night May 28 Capt and Mrs Ham Capt Phillipson and fa1eIfields of labor Their successors will be welcomed Wednesday night May 31 Their names will bo made known later- EXCAVATION CONTRACT AWARDED The contract to make the neces sary excavations for the new Cap itol was awarded to Messrs Blake Behuder of Louisville at 980A largo number of bids were made running from tho above figures up to 19500 theEarly Risers The famous little p1Ns MANS UNREASONABLENESS Is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Republican of Leavemvorth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says wo 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 Bittors she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c COUNTY SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION The county Sundayschool Con vention will be held at Peaks Mill June 2d The following is the program of exercises Program- 930Devotional 950Reading minutes of last Convention OOImportnnce of the Sun dayschoolW G Simpso- n1020ConferenceHow to Have a Good Sundayschool T C Gebauer NoteThe State Workers will preside during the whole of this Conference 1 Leaders Introductory Re marks 15 minutesT C Ge bauer 2 The Parents Part 10 mmsutes Admiral C C Todd- 3 The Pastors Part 10 mi- nutesR L Greene 4 The Superintendents Part 10 minutesJ H Martin 5 The Teachers Part 10 min utesMrs Wm Cromwell 6 The Pupils Part 10 miu utesmiss Margaret Russell 7 Discussion led by Dr Blay ney and Rev M B Adam- s1055Appointmeut of Come mittees1200Noon Intermission t5Song Prayer and Praise Service l180AddressThe Child and the BookRev C R Hudso- n150Reports of County and District Officers r byBriefWorkT C Gebau- er240AddressSoulWinning in Wrn Crowe 800Round Table Sunday- TeachingT Its folly to suffer from that Qingquickly and permanently At any drug store 50 cents VALUABLE REAL ESTATE CHANGES HANDS i The Capital Trust Co has pur HogsCoproperty at the corner of Mainr upforpaidMr ocou pies the first lloor will have to vacate but the tenants of the two 1 upper floors will remain ar0justDlvermifuge ofcents per package For sale by J W Gayle ind LeComnte Gayle TO WHOM IT MA CONCERNA1ti Notice is hereby gluon that tho partinership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned as members of the firm Webber k Williams is this day by mutual consent dissolved Hiram Williams retiring All outstanding demands against the b1OhRrlc8HIRAM WILLIAMS M 10lm CHARLES WEBBER d iciu1L ot6 o w IMPORTANT OPINION ter Rendered by Chairman McOhord Concurred in by Both the Oh Members of the Railroad Com mission u E F Spears Sons Plaintiffs Y L N R R Co Defendant Complainants E F Speaks engagedillness at Paris Ky There are se engagedina number of firms engaged in the same business at Lexington Winchester Ky Bourbon andI ette and Clark counties and produce large quantities of hempand grass seedand the ncipnl market for these products are Eastern cities such as New York Valley Falls Schaghti coke and Brooklyn N Y ale o Ludlow Boston Andover and Plymouth Mass likewise Phila Pa and Oakland Gal but the principal market seems t be the Eastern cities The dis tance from Lexington Winchester and Paris are approximately the same to these markets Lexing ton is served by the Louisville Nashville Railroad Chesapeake Ohio Railway and the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific Winchester being served by the Louisville Nashville and the Chesapeake Ohio while Paris i served alone by the Louisville k Nashville Railroad in the transportation of these products to the markets indicated The rate fo the transportation of hemp from Winchester and Lexington to New York is 30 cents per hundred car load lots 20000 Ibs minimum weight and the rate on grass seed from and to the same points in car load lots 30000 Ibs minimum weight is also 80 cents per hun dred while the rate on the same commodities from Paris Ky to the same point is 84 cents per hundred In each instance there is a differential of 4 cents per hundred in favor of Lexington and Winchester as against Paris in the transportation of both hemp and grass seeds This same differential exists to the other markets hereinbefore enumerated in other words the dealer in hemp and grass seeds at Paris Ky is required to pay a rate of 4cents in excess of the LexingtonWin Chester rates and it therefore getshismarkets he must sell at a price which on account of this differ ential nets him 4 per cent less than that which his neighbor at Lexington told Winchester is able to obtain Paris is nineteen eightyjj from the dis v tance from Lexington to Cincin nati being ninetynine miles The rate charged by the Louisviller Nashville Railroad Jan for the transportation of grass seed and hemp from Lexington to Cincinnati passing through Paris is in every instance 4 per cent per chargedforcommodity from Paris to Cincin nati and the markets named In the division of the through rate to the markets above enumerated the proportion allotted by the connecting carriers to the LouisI ville Nashville is 0 per per hundred from Lexington and Win chester while from Paris to these same markets the Louisville Nashvilles proportion is 10 percent per hundred The distance from Lexington Paris raid Win approximatelythe distance from Paris is 838f miles while the short line tance from Lexington is abouti800 and from Winchester is about 785 miles The rate from 0YorkN s proportion of this rate for its haul of ninetynine miles to Cincinnati being 6 per cent is performing858 miles service and for a simU liar service from Paris its propor tion of the rate is 10 per cent per hundred onethird of the total rite for eighty miles of the 888 miles haul The rate per ton per mile for the entire haul from Paris to New York on both hemp and grass seed a Sisabout eight mills and out of this the Louisville Nashville Railroad gets 25 per cent per per mile It seems that then rates are based upon the present beeforsome twentyfive or thirty years for making rates t and from points in Kentucky an elsewhere south of the Ohio river to and from Eastern Sea Board cities and what is known as Trunk Line Territory that is the rat from New York to Chicago is fixe as the standard and is called 100 per cent iUnder existing arrangements the roads leading from the East publish rats and issue through bills of lading to all points located on the railroads within the terri tory writ of Buffalo and Pitts burg east of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio rivers These through rates to the Ohio river are computed at a per centngo of the New YorkChicago rates based generally on the relative mileage of such points to the Chicago mileage Louisville takes the Chicago rate while Cincinnati perarate thus it will be seen that onI traffic from the territory above described through rates as above indicated are made to the Ohio exceptionsgiven to points south of the Ohio river When traffic from this Eastern Territory reaches points on the Ohio river a full local rates is added to the throuh rate from the river thus imposing a con sid erable burden on commodities transported to points in the entire- r Southern Territory In the case of transportation of hemp and grass seed from Paris to the East ern market the full local rate is charged from Paris to Cincinnati and this is the portion which the L N demands and receives while the carriers north of the river receive their proportion ofI the through rate where it is handled by more than one rail road On nearly all commodities except hemp and grass seed Paris is given the Lexington rate and why this exception is made noJ satisfactory explanation has been made to the commission ItJ seems to the commission that from a railroad standpoint a re duction of this Paris rate to the Lexington rate would enure greatly to the benefit of the L N Railroad Company for the reason that all shipments from Lox iugtun and Winchester to the East naturally go over the line granting the lowest rote andjit is perfectly natural that the proi counItythem to do so will haul this product by wagon to Lexington in order to avail themselves of the pointherens JlaturnllyhaulIn the latter instance tie Louisville Nashville Railroad would get the full haul to CincinI natiwhereas if it is Lexington the Chesapeake Ohio being the short line distant the bulk of this traffic would naturally j go over its short line in preference- to the longer line Via the Loius ville Nashville through to Cinj cinnati The average rote per ton per milo received by the Lou isville Nashville Railroad Com upon all its lines is less than eight mills while as alloys shown for the of CinIcinnutimills per ton per mile The commission is thereforej of the opinion that hemp thud gross seed from Paris bo no more than the rate Lexington and Winchester is fair to assume that the Lexington j and Winchester rate IB just thefactffect for quite a while and was voluntarily made by the railroad companies engaged in this traffic In view of the fact that the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has declined to place Paris a Lexington basis so far as and gross send is concerned- it is therefore ordered that a petition bo filed by this board with the Interstate Commerce Commission for the purpose of 10 quiring said Louisville Nashville Railroad Company to make reduction of its rates as herein indicated and the commission will take all other necessary steps bearing upon the questions raised p IIby and growing out ot this com in t 0 0 McCHORD Chm McD FERGUSON 1st Dist A T SILER 8d Distr CopyAttestd GLENN Secretary The Railroad Commission May 28 1905 obIimportantIthanks It was almost a miracle Bur dock Blood Bitters cured mo ofa terrible breaking out all over the grntefuIlIisswell Conn An exquisite reproduction of a REMARKABLE PAINTING Practically GIVEN AWAY RosesIl1gpreIAt the urgent solicitation of the Womans Home Companion Mr Paul de Longpre who is the greatest painter of flowers in the world consented to make a paintingKjf what he considered The Three Most Beautiful Roses painting is without doubt11dtheI the masterpieces of artist This magnificent picture is reproduced in all its original grandeur on the 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