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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ifH GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i YOLXXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 3 I90b NO1 393 f TAN OXFORDS t ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON 1 I THE IIshoeon the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad tthe sailor tie i t f Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie I welted soles Cuban heel plain toe rr Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted i soles medium heel and toe v Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole i soft as a glove rather narrow toe t rr Laird Cos Tan OxfordsW dIW A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great seller extremely soft and pleasant to the feetrrhen a great va tIThe southern tie is 4 300 300 Schober 51 Wf y Queen Quality Tan Oxfords It Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with welted sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with I I light fleXibe soles Prices 250 and 31 t 1 t 1 Laird Schobor l Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the country Theyare unequalled in any respectbut especially in daintiness ofstyle flexibility and ease to the leet and superb qualities lshoesespeecs in both lines to insure a phasing I r li 4 R K McCLURE SON tt 212214 S Clair Street Frankfort Ky rys SUICIDED A mnn by the name of bertr No17 on Monday just as the train was approaching Jericho Henry county His head was severed t from the body and the frame tp ground up horribly FINE OPENING On Monday night last Cove ti Spring Park was formally opened and notwithstanding the heavy J rains of the afternoon there was a crowd In attendance to wit theis1ance was a gooti one and presaged S a successful season of summer on tertainments i f OIJI ODIAamt tl Jji I 1M Yotillaw tgN =Tho sad news in this city on that Mr H W of Mr W J of this city had been dead upon the grave of his wife who was Miss in the that Mr wife died two ago and he had never ro from tho It is that he died from or from a of as tho lost seen of him was on just as a severe was up and he was In the same spot his was wore severe of wee to have near the FOR L Rob erts for the of as fol lows 2 40 U 410 tax of tax X350 weardThe welt oxfords soles fitting ici SAD DEATH wasTooeived Wednesday afternoon Alexander soninlaw Hughes found lying Nettle Hughes Lexington Cemetery morning Alexhnders years covered shook supposed heart stroke lightning Tuesday afternoon storm coming weeping bitterly almost where body found There several strokes lightning which supposed struck place REVENUE TAXES COLLECTED MAY LDeputy Collector Grant collected Internal revenue taxes month May barrels 05880 gallons 10546844 amount HORRIBLE DISCOVERY Dr U V Williams related to us the particulars of a Horrible dis graveInpart of the cemetery had never been used When tho sexton had reached a depth of something over five feet he came upon the skull of a young man which had two big nails driven into it just above the left ear It recalled to his mind the particulars of a tiagedj of the long ago BUYS A HOME Mrs Low G Choato has pur chased of Mr Franklin Morris his twostory frame dwelling house Campbell1650 cash Mrs Choate took pos session tha first of Juno and moved her family in at that time Only one remedy in tho world that will at once stop Itchiness of bodyDownsstore 50 cents Ir1 i w 1 rf fi J Big Underwear Values Our June Sale of Muslin UnderwearSt- arts Monday and will continue FOR TEN DAYS It is an opportunity of great importance to all Ladba Yon can buy Underwear here cheaper than you can make it your self The prices make you wonder which was freethe material or the labor Corset Covers made of good quality muslin neatly trimmed worth 85c and 40c sale price 25c Gowns made of well full length good muslin worth 50c sale 89cImade of soft Muslin neatly trimmed with embroidery sale price G9c Gowns that were slightly soiled by window display well made and nicely trimmed with insertion and tucks worth 7OcI of good Muslin worth 50c sale price 89c neatly made finished with pretty lace and insertion worth 85c sale price 69c Skirts made of extra nice Muslin finished with tucks and trimming worth 125 sale price 99c Drawers made of good Muslin finished with hemstitched tucks a bargain for 25c Also many other values which are not mentioned here SPECIAL PRICES ON WHITE GOODS Persian Lawn nice sheer quality worth 20c sale price 15c per yd Persian Lawn extra fine quality worth 25c sale price 20c per yd ydIndiaydSpecialWalking Skirts Shirt Waists etc C KAGIN 8RO141 43 St Clair Street at Bridge I TERRIBLE HURT While a young man by the name of John L Smith was at work at the Kentucky River Poplar Cos gaveJa terrible gash in his hip before he isIto the bone of his hip and pierced cavityDrs S Keller and C A Fish attended to his injuries and the lingsDaughtmsing tho splinters of the bone it took twenty stitches to close the wound h KICKED BY HORSE twitchingKingsDaughtersthe animal let drive with his heels and hit the doctor on the knee Happily the gentleman was so close that the bone of the leg was not broken LAID TO REST MarYKnottfromLouisvJlleurday morning at 11 oclock ao oompanjed by about thirty rela teiiderly in this communityxCHURCH DEDICATED r ntIa paythe pastorpreached tho dedicatory sermon Dr J sT Collins DENTIST Ky61tt I Tans Vicis Velours Pat Coronas Box Calf And All Styles Inr Shoes and Low Cuts PERSONAL Mr Jog W Hodden of Mr Ster ling was hero on Saturday Rev AC Hensloy of Vor snilles was here this week Mr W W Field of Versailles was in the city on Wednesday Mr1 C Dock Risk of Lexing ton was in the city Wednesday Mr Thos1 Wood of Lexington attended the Episcopal Council Miss Nellie Orbison of Versailles attended the Episcopal Council Judge W E Settle has returned form a trip to California Miss Nettie Walcott of Lakeland visited friends hero this week Mrs Frank H Johnson of Louis- vIlle visited friends hero this week Mrs W Leo Crutoher was called to Houston Texas by the death of her father Mr J H Shouse Mr E W C Humphrey of Louisville attended the burial of Mrs Richard Knott on Saturday Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louis ville attended the burial of Mrs Richard Knott Saturday Misses Guthrie of Louisville attended the burial of their aunt Mrs R Knott on Saturday Mr Julian Tilford wife and 1laughter visited relatives in this week Mr Pruett Graham who has been in Richmond returned home on SaturdayMr lmlor of Louisvillet who has heon visiting frionds here has returned home Mr Pat H Newman Sr and wife left Monday morning for French Lick Springs fad Mr W T Pat Dudley spout Sunday here the guest of his sis ter Mrs E B Rodman Mr John T Berry of Versailles spent Sunday here tho guest of his brotherinlaw Mr Jas M Saflell Mr Ben T Farmer of Cincin nati was tho guest of his brother Mr W S Farmer Sunday Rev Father T S Major returned Saturday from a visit to his mother mal sister in Chattanooga Tonn Col E H Taylor Jr attendod the Harlan Banquet in Louisville SaturdayRev Morrison former pastor of tho Methodist Church in this city was hero on Saturday Mr C Fuirazi wife and baby visited relatives in Versailles this week Mr T W Magill of Wilmington c1 who has been the guest of his other huts r turned home Mrs David P Davis was called to ShelbyAillo Monday by tho ill ness of her mother Mrs Samuels Mr G H Jott and daughter of Oweusboro vifiltfd Mrp Virginia Jott on bhelby street this week Capt M H Insko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was in tho cit his week Col T Hirer Crockett attended the Knights of Pythias Convention at ShOlh i1lo this week Mrs Inez W Thompson of Vcr rpiseopaCouncil Mr John L Amsden of Vor sallies was a delegate to the Epis copal Council this weok daughterrhomo in Mr Sterling this Week Miss Anna Abbott who has been visiting friends in Winchester hast returned home Mr J Willard Mitchell county attorney of Jessamine county was hero on Tuesday Judge Robert Rodos of Bowling Green was the guest of Judge Ar E Settle this week ra Mr W T Handy and daughter of Cynthiana were guests of Mrs Lull B Longmoor this week Mrs John P Hunlay who has boon visiting her mother in Paris has returned home Mrs G A Jott and daughter of Owonsboro are guests of Judge W L Jott and wife Mrs Helen Hogan of Woodfonl county attended tho Episcopal Council this weeJIMiss Julia county is visiting friends at Haxolrigg Indiana Mrs W W Field of Versailles attended the Episcopal Council this weekIMrs J T Bowden cf Windsor Va is the guest of liar parents Mr Sam Martin and wife Mrs T W Minish and son Boyd Minish are visiting Dr L T Min ish and wife GaG Todd Street Mrs S T Harbison of Shelby villo attended tho Episcopal Coun cil Mrs John N Crutoher was called to Eminence by the tenth of Dr S B Holmes on Tuesday Rev C W Barnes of Maysvillo was tho guest of Mr Walter Crady this week Mrs Wm Worrall of Now York City is tho guest of Mrs Eli H BrownMrs Orlando Brown was called to Eminence on Tuesday afternoon by the death of Dr S B Holmes Rev F B Wentworth and wife of Winchester attended the Epis copal Council in this city this weok Mr Frank H nudleof Win chester was a delegate to the Epis copal Council this weok Mrs D C Crutchor of George daugaterCol H P Mason wife and daughter Miss Anno have gone to French Lick Springs Ind Rev R L MoCready of Cincin nati was in tho city to attend tho Episcopal Council Mr A Dudley Blnnton of Cin cinnati is visiting his mother Mrs A B Blanton in this city IJudge G M Bohall non of Glas here on legal business this week Miss Mary Belle Taylor anti Miss Iimnitn Klino are visiting frionds in Henderson Mrs John L Phythian of Now port visited her old homo in this city this week Mr Alex T Lewis of State Cal logo Lexington is the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis Miss Hannah Innap of Now York 1City is the guest of her mother H B lanes Mr John R Walters has returned from a business trip to St Louis Mo Mr Sam S Bush wife and souls were guests of Mr Goo F Berry weekyMiss o has returned from school at Washington City Mrs W B Morris and daughter ore visiting her parents Mr T E P Woodson and wife at Trinidad ColHon Cromwell Adair and wife of Mnrganfiold are guests of Mr JuniptirHill IrontonIcil and visited his mother Mrs Virginia Hampton this week Mr John A Herring of George town was the guest of his niece Miss Nora Miller this wool and attended tho Episcopal Council Rev Lewis W Burton Bishop of wifeId tr i f l h it Itr d d I mJDOUGLAS HOES4qo 3f2 3qgll UNIONI WLD 0 UG LAS MOREi3 AND325SHOES TWO SOLD ONLY BY I DAVIS III t DV1Sw Frankfort Ky Dirtctinn Knsell Warm Wenther Circuit Week Commen cing Monday June 5 Monday and Ttieedni Tho Western Girl Wcdncsdny and ThursdnyTho Gamblers Wife Friday and Saturday Wolves of New York Show every evening 8lf Matinee Sunday 31 3 Different Plays Each Week TO STREET CAR A Few Reserved Seats lOco Dr Will C Outran of Cincinnati Ohio was hero Saturday and Sun lay shaking hands with his old friends Mr Geo L Bar es of tho In OfilccLouisvillefamily in this city Mrs 1W Quigpins of Eliza bothtown is visiting her sister Miss Susie Mayimll on Shelby street Mr Jesse Choato and fatally of Bellevue visited the family of his father Mr Robert Choato this week Mr J Davis and children of spoilt the day hero Sunday the guest of hits brother Mr 1 Davis Mr Russell Bridegford came ovor on the excursion train from Cincinnati on Sunday to visit friends here Mr J Hook Gray of Chicago ills was the guest of his pmenttlI Mr F V Gray and week- Mrs J R Thomson and children wore cuosts of her father Hon Thos W Scott near Duokors this weok Miss Rnbocoa Wallace lnott and Miss Annie Knott attended tho burial of their mother hero on Sat uiday Mr leis A Hodges and wife of Louisville canoe here to attend the oniMr A Lewis wife and son Will A Jr of Harriman Tonn came in list night to visit Col J N Crutcher and wife West Side Mr Herbert L Diekerson or tho Mason tti liege Co Baker Tenn was In the city on business for tho company on Wednesday Mrs E G Nlcewaner of New York nee Mary Sawyler is tho of her parents Dr N J Sawyier and wIfe Mr John Holmes and Mr James Holmes of LaGrange attended tiie burial of their brother Dr S B Homes on Wednesday Miss Edith Crutn of Boards who has boon tho guest of Dr J W Hill and wife has returned home Mr C P Chen ult wife and children of Bath county woro hero this week tho guests of Judge J H Haolrigg and family Mr D L Meriwothor and wifo of Lawronceburg woro hero to attend the Episcopal Council this week Mrs C W Merchant Sr and Mrs Minus Williams Sr visited Mrs J B Eastin in Lexington this week Mits Mary Louise Chamber of Warsaw who has boon visiting friends in Winchester is here the guest of her cousin Miss Anna Taylor who has boon serving in time Regular Army in the Philippines for tho last throe years returned home on Wednes dayMr Ross A McCallum and wifo and Mrs Puss Weitx of Dayton Ohio who have been guests of Mr John B Jr don and wife returned homo on Wednesday morning Mr Mason B Barret and Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday hero the guests of their mothers Mrs W F Barret and Mrs W T Scott Ladies Misses and Childrens t ShoesJIn the Newest Things II l Low Prices All Styles t i1 JI t COVE SPRING PARK The Popular Ina Lehrstock FREE PATRONS Cincinnati Campbell AbbottMr Miss Mary Wassorboohr and Mrs bL Millsip of Versailles attended tho meeting of the Womens Auxiliary at the Episcopal Church this week Miss Ellen C Hogoboom Prin cipal of Ashland Seminalat Vcr sallies and Mrs Matron attended the Episcopal CouncilMr Allison Holland and wife and Mrs John E Crabb of Emi nonce accompanied time remains of Dr S B Holmes to this city for burial on Wednesday Miss Mary C Cromwell who has boon visiting her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis on Second street 10 turned to her homo in Fayotte county Tuesday Mr Richard W Knott Mr John R Knott Mr Stuart R Knott Mr W T Knott and Mr Eugene Q Knott attended tho burial of their mother hero on Saturday Mrs R M Bergman and son Western of Irvine who hmo boon guests of her parents Capt T T West and wifo returned homo Tuesday Miss Margaret A Lewis anti MrsI Jonnie M Chinn who wore LexingIt- oil of Mrs Jas L Watson in during tho School Tournament returned homo Saturday afternoon Miss Vorlio Kenney returned Sunday night from the Lexington School Tournament in high feather over the fine record made by the Frankfort scholars Mrs Amanda Galloway of Mot calfo county is the guest of her brother Capt R L Grlnstoad No RIB Kentucky Avenue West- Side Miss Ella Kemper of Oven count who has boon visiting her sifter Mrs L T Minish on Todd Street will leave today for a visit to friends in Indianapolis- Mr Clifford K Berryman wife and children who have been guests of his sister Mrs W H Posev have gone to their homo In Wash ington City neVeR E Abraham former Assistant Rector of Ascension Par ish but now of Middlosboro was ordained to the full ministry at the Episcopal Council by Bishop L W Burton daughterMissfor Annapolis Maryland to visit Mr John ORear who is a cadet in the Naval Academy in that city and will leave shortly for his first cruise Mr Henry B Noble County Su perintendent of Schools of Breath and Attorney A H Patton Were hero Tuesday to secure a certificate that a bonding con pans was duly licensed to bo used- n his suit against Judge James Hargis Dr Caflys Condition 1owuers are just a horse needs when in bad ar4vermifugomedicine and the best in use to pm horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComnte tai Gayle KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNG IWT DrKiiurs I ll I New Discovery I IONSUMPTION OUGHS and I60eQuickest Cure for all and LUNG TROUB IMONEY BACK for the Roundabout I No MARRIED longer 1 free M friend has gone away FOREJoWltts 0 longer in his faithless the best IIlimo solemn word the saddest ever heard were kinder eon yet tinethe III same forgot Till death doth part the word unto each end death thesame vow lost a friendN S COX Little Early Risers 111 The famous little pills ATTENTION SIR KNIGHTS rime members of Frankfort Corn J1willMasonic lo tumorrow Sun rpl1lposevice Full dross except L rHBAttest C N WARD Recorder WILL fBODYFrankfort Commandery No4 Knights Templar will attend sor vice at tho Episcopal Church tormorrow morning in a body with full uniform to listen to a errnonJpreached by Hov R L McCready who if a member of tho Commandjery It is a custom among Templar Masons to attend public service upon Ascension day but as that d lay foil in the midlde of the week this year tho occasion will ho cele ibrated by the local Commandery tomorrow in the manner above int4tdicated Dr Weaver Syrup Pnilflea tbo bloodCerate ointment for the ikin FRANKFORT S CINCINNATI RAILWAY Effective June 1st laOo Mr 0 W Hay is appointed General Freight and Passenger Agent of t tho Frankfort Cincinnati Rail t way succeeding S E Hutton re signedGEO B HARPER 89tf President CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of j r BEATMS ==HOCKENSMIIHAt his home near Swallowfleld tliis county on i Friday night Mr D J Hocken smith 77 yenn uprighttI some time from the infirmities of ape but lied only been confined to his bed for about three weeks Ho was a member of Bethel Baptist Church He leaves two daughters Mrs Geo M Brock and Mrs Uharles Snelliu of this county and a larget- i circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death The funeral tork place from the chapel in our oemetory at oclock on Sunday afternoon the servies being conducted by Rev J IC P South after which tine remains were laid away in the family lot inI the cemetery r3- inI t HOLMESAt his residence Eminence Ky on Tuesday Dr Samuel B Holmes aged 62 years Dr Holmes was raised at La r grange lived in Paducah for sev years hut canto to this city rwhoa a young man and entered into the drug business with Dr W H Averill Later ho purchased r r the drug store at the corner of Main and St Clair streets and with his partner Dr Frank Halloran did a prosperous business until the firm was dissolved by the sudden death of Dr Halloran After that he eon tinued the business alone and tabout the sumo time ho was through the influence of Hon Win Lindsay appointed Postmaster by President Cleveland and served through two terms the later under President MeK4uley- His health having in tho mean time become impaired he soon after his retirement from ollioo sold out Isis drug store He re roamed out of business for sonic months and then removed to Emi nence where ho again embarked s in the sumo business und was so engaged at the time of his sudden death About eighteen or nineteen years ago he was married to Miss Kittle f Todd the youngest daughter of Capt H L Todd The fruit of that marriage was two children Miss Jane Todd and Master John I Holmes He leaves his wife and the two children mentioned to mourn his untimely death The remains were brought here and laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery on Wednesday MUEWANIn this city on yes terday morning at oclock Mrs Caroline MoEwan aged 73 years Mrs MoEwan was tho widow of j tho late Mr Alex McEwan She had been in poor health for a long time and her death came as a sweet release from suffering She was a member of tho Methodist Church and a devout Christian She loaves two sons Rev W L MoEwan D D of Pittsburg Ponn and Mr James H MoEwanl of this county and five daughters I Mrs John R Todd Mrs S M Noel Miss Mollie Miss ChristineI and Miss Lizzie McEwan all of i this city to mourn her death She had a wide circle of friends who will miss her sadly American sotsn every figure1N SUSPENDER SKIRTS the stylish fall just now We have thorn in Silk Mohiiir very pretty effects 600 to 1500 SKIRTS For Shirt Waists of Scotch Mixtures Panama or Mohair continually receiving the new effects Exceptional value 500 Panama Voile Dressy Skirts 80 to 1200 WHITE GOODS SALE When you buy your White Goods from you know you are right to quality and price You must see these 40 in White Lawn at lOc 1JJc India Linen at lOc 30 in Persian Lawn at loc 46 in Sheer French Lawn at 85c WHITE MADRAS SHIRTINGS 32 in Striped Madias for Mens Shirts 15c 82 in Striped Madras for hells Shirts 18c 1W SHOUSEMr James H Shousn died May Jo 1505 ripe III years and rich in honors Ho passed into that rest which remaineth unto the people God leaving as a price less legacy to his family to his countrymen and to ppsterity the memory of a life nobly and over consecrated to the cause truth justice righteousness and constitutional liberty A noble heart has ceased to beat and a good and noble Christian gone A FRIEND THE RECENT MEETING OF THE GRAND COMMAND ERY T1 The recent convocation held by the Grand Commandery Kentucky at Richmond was the boat and most successful over hold by that Grand Body There were more Commanderies fully represented than over before more Sir Knights line the paradeover and splendid progress reported by tho different Corn 3n an dores The Grand Commandery did a graceful act when it congratulated tho venerable Sir Knight Curtis F Burnam upon his 85th birthday throwing open tho hall to the out side world witness tho recep tion and also congratulating Rev Sir Knight John Worrall upon his 80th birthday The scone was very affecting drawing tears 101turnedway in which the Sir Knights and people of Richmond treated themI Taken all together the recent Grand Commandery showed tho order high tide throughout tine State CHANGE OF TIME ON F C RAILWAY The early morning passenger train on the F C Railway will leave this city on und after Monday June 5th at 620 a in in place 050 a in as heretofore This will enable passengers to nect with the Maysville Winches Mr Sterling and Knoxville trains on the K C brand of the L N R R- Passengers should bear this change in mind COMMENCED WORK Messrs Balke Behndor the contractors for tho excavation for Ule new Capitol building oom lenced work earnest on Wednesday last They propose to push things right along now- DISTILLERIES CLOSING s DOWN DistilleryNoshut down for the season on Tues day last The Old Judge Distillery No 11 the property Mr S 0 Herbst ceased operations for the season on Tuesday last The Hermitage Distillery A Gaines Co will shut down on Monday SFARMERW A re or at or us as of of K of one of in in to in M at of con ter in of of M ANOTHER SENSATION Sensation follows sensation ill the Hargis cases in which the de fondants are on trial for contempt of court at Winchester On Wednes day they were arrested upon warrants sworn out before Judge Card iwfll of Jackson charged with complicity in tho assassination of Jars B Marcum Judge Jas Hargis A H Hargi and B F French were placed ir charge of the jailer of Clark county while Ed Callahan was said to have been arrested in Breathiti countyIt like something would be doing right soon SPECIAL TRAIN TO LATONIA The F C Railway will run a special train today to the Latonin Derby It leaves here at the regular tune and will leave Cincinnati at 810 p m returning reaching home at 11 p m FURIOUS FIGHIINGI For seven years writes Gro- W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach und liver trouble but at last I won and cured my di ensaIby tho uso of Electric unhesitatingly recommend thom tuI all and dont intend in tho future to bo without them in tho house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guar antee to do the saute for you by all druggists at 50c a bottle Try them today THE TIME SHORT Let it nut be forgotten that the time in which to prepare for the grand Fourth of July celebration is short There is lots of work to 1IuI done alul no time to be lost down to business gentlemen of tho commltttJAPICOLORED CUTTING SCRAPE Two gentlemen of the colored persuasion involved in a row on Monday night during which Peter Handy severely out George Tracey in tho side was arrested by Otlloer Davis Harrod and lodged in tho workhouse to await the result of Tracoys wound HEAVY DOSE At Winchester on Thursday Felix Feltner the man charged with running oil witnesses from that lourt in the case of Mrs J B Mar cum v Hargis o was fined 000 and sentenced to two years in the county jail at hard labor FISH FRY FOR ELKHORN AND THE RIVER A big petition has been forwarded to the National Fish Commission at Washington City asking that a larload of fish fry be sent hero to- he placed in Elkhorn Crook and Kentucky River Wo hope it will ho successful and then that tho laws to fish bo rigidly en foroollI i OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SOtyS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky f t r i 111i u R2 Iyi DRESS GOODS AND SILKS r 38 in all wool Black Voile 50c 42 in fine Black Voile 100 SILKS The Silk Shirt Waist Suitings at 48c are worthy your attention because they are underpriced 36 in Black Chiffon Taffeta 100 equal to any regular 125 Silk- CARPETS AND MATTINGS Now demand your attention We will make a special offering in Wool Ingrain Carpets at 40c This is a rare opportunity to get a high class Wool Ctirpet at price of a Cotton IjX Natures Great Invention awaywlnrAh picked dose flowers ill August in ole BrazIl An aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting natures processes of digestion separation and ab sorptionfor building and rebuilding by preventing ALT irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and per fect natural processes and result in inter tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitis of the gall duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous dyspepsia headache con asjJAugust Flower is natures intendedreg ulator Two sizes 250 75C All MUSICAL RECITAL ANT oor MENCEMENT AT EX CELSIOR Musical recital by pupils of Miss Belle South on Mondn ColltgiatoInCommencement exercises at Ex coisior Institute on Thursday Juno Kth at 1080 a in All friends of tin institution invited to attend on both occasionsDr TrcatmcntISyrup purifies the blood Cerate heals akin eruptions READ IT That old reliable Hour man Mr John E Miles has an advertise ment in todays paper which Is hislstaternontTHE SALVE THAT PENETRATE DnWitts Witoli Hazel Salvo pen pIrates the pores of tho skin and its antiSeptiC ruhifocient and healing influence it subdues in flammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Hozema letter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bioedine itching and pro truding Piles and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made by E C IoWitt Co and sold by J W Gayle CEDAR RIDGE Mr John Veach and family of Jessamine county and Mr Wil liam Brmnbaok und family and Mrs Georgia Brumback and daugh ter of Switzer are visiting tho family of Mr J M Br urn back A fine Sundaysohool is being taught at Cedar Chapel Mrs Nan nie Brumback Superintendent Rex J O A Vaught will preach at Cedar Chapel Sunday afternoon at 88oolook Miss Suolla Gordon has opened a private school at her homo on the Louisville pike J 11 Brumback has a splendid crop of cherries about fifty trees hanging full The health of the neighborhood is first class at presentnot one caso ofslcknoB to report a Winners Rust Proof Corsets Union l druggists MARRIED an SAUFLEYBAUGHMANCards out announcing the approaching marriage of Mr Shelton Marshall Saufley managing editor of the Kentucky Journal and Miss Chloe Baughman of Stanford The happy event will occur at tho Chi istian Church in Stanford on Wednesday June 11t- hSKILLMAirHAYSMiss Elizabeth Hays and Mr B F Skillman of Bourbon county were married Thursday afternoon at the residence of the brides uncle Hon N B Hays on Third Street Rev C R Hudson officiating Tlia happy pair loft on the 2 oclock F C train for their future home near Paris TORTURE OF A PREACHER Tho story of the torture of Rev BnpthtI ly will interest you He sa 8rsuffered agonies because of a per sistent cough resulting from the gr1rI had to sleep sitting up in tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved mo from consumption A grand euro for diseased condition of Throat aud Lungs At ell druggists price 50c end 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free BIRTHS CASSIDAY hi this city on Wednesday to Prof J B Cassiday r aid wife a sortJ B Jr LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters to bo advertised for the week ending a Saturday June 8 HJ05I Berry Mrs W Bradley Ben Braxton Sam Brooks Martin- Cavanaugh Mrs Bessie Charlton Claiborne Chinn Mrs Thomas Costello EddinyCrutohor Miss Virginia li yEttolJennings Miss Nannie Johnson Rev 1 AoKirby King Ellenfi1lInrtinMoore Milton Murray S D 3 Norvale A Pence Bnb- Robertson J W Smith Elzie Spivy GeorsreijtSpoon Emmie Thompson S FliPersons calling for tho above let ers will please say advertised E M DRANE P M JPLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE JWINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS t SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN stock is from the groatestegglaying lOur strains iu America EGOS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill Eggst POULTRY YARDS Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky OldPhonc No 888 isGm 4r i the Frank orCflouada oaC Entered at the postoiHcc nt Frankfort Ken tuck as secondclass innilablc matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 3 1905 WHATS THE MATTER WITH THE 4TH OF JULY Col Goo B Hnrper says that tho Fourth of July is tho greatest man this country ever produood and he is willing to qualify to that bold assertion He says every one of his committeemen think the same thing and that the proposed celebration of the birthday of that distinguished gentleman will he the biggest thing on that ever came down the pike Frankfort is the big pot in oatlittle oneand kick the sKillet of bhe window Fireworks balloon ascension speeoimaking procession etc etc Oh my Oh me Hut remember business men that If you want to make the blowout the success it ought to be and will be it costs something so just put your hands down in your flanks and plank up the s ulf and It will make you feel good all the rest of your lives CINCINNATI BUSINESS MEN TO COME HERE Tho Business Mens Club of Cin cinnati will visit Frankfort Wednes day evening June 7 nrrivine on the steamer Fnlls City from High Jlrldgo about 5 p in They will dine at tilt Capitol Hotel and leave on a special train over the F C t Railway for Cincinnati President Harper of the Frankfort Business Mons Club is ap pointing committees from that or ganization to meet the 200 or more members of the Cincinnati Club und extend to them such greeting and hospitality as their very brief visit will permit It is proposed to send a section of the reception committee with the Frankfort Band up tho river to moot tho steamer and welcome the visitors The general reception Committee will meet the steamer at the landing and act as an escort to the hotel where other and ad ditional loins will occur The Business Mens Club of Cin cinnati is a live progressive or ganisation the crack institution of the city and our business men will Lie glad to meet them and snake their visit a pleasant and memor able one THANKS Mr W B Moore of Jacksonville has placed us under obligations for a box of delicious May cherries- Lie will please accept our thanks GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT S E HUTTON RETIRES Mr Saml E Hutton who has foeen General Passenger and Freight Agent of the F C Railway for some two or three years retired from that position on Thursday June 1st Mr Hutton is a thoroughly I equipped railroad man and a fine i Christian gentleman who made many fri nls hero who will regret to learn of his departure Wo do not know as yet whore jNIr Mutton will make his homo in Jclio future Mr C W Hay has been ap pointed to tho position vacated by Mr Hutton He is a hustling pro gressive und uptodate young busi ness tuna BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated you there is irritacoughand more tionmore coughing You take a a cough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You take SCOTTS EMULSION 1and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary 1 1 soothes the throat because it reduces the Irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats show Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis TWELLSEND FREE SCOTT iBOWNE t 1 P kc- bf4 IoJi t j 4 rjo Ili 4Oi Pearl Street Sew okI tf JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disor ders but neverhas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this and in nearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first doseof Ner vine was given The statement is repeated in followingSeven ago wife commenced having spasms or fits and called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently sometimes severe Her hands would so we could not them and she finally got so her jaws would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no good and ordered a bottle of Re storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I cot some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit sine taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any wy of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did mv wifeWM Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first Lot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR JUNE The following are the assign ments of storekeepers gangers and storekeepergangers for the month of June as made by Collector Rob erts Distilleries Win Tarr Co Lexington John T Gunn day duty W F Groghan additional and bottling A G Leonard ganger 2 Kentucky River Distillery daydutyC H WickliiTe additional T L McConnell ganger 8 H E Pogue Distillery Co Maysville H G Holiday day J Wallingford additional and bottling J G Barnett meal room C T Asbury night L M Gaflln gang r 4 W A Gaines Co Frankfort no Strauss day duty J H Murray additional L R Dlggs additional J E Hanrahan additional W H Stifled bottling C N Wiard ganger LexingtonWPhelps additional Frank Harting meal room A V Combs addi tional and bottling T E Oldham night T H Shelby and D C Berryman gangers 0 Poyntx Bros Co Maysvillo P D West storekeeperganger n S J Greenbaum Midway 1 W Black duty duty U G Carey additional Henry Newsom acldi tiona P G Powell bottling W T Crosthwait ganger 10 Peacock Distillery Cov l is tonW W Cherry day duty D C Berryman auger S C Herbst Frankfort W A Hamilton lay duty D B bottlingT14 G G White Co PnrisJ M Walker day duty N A Moore additional D C Harry man gau gel 17 Old MoBrayer Distillery Co Mt Sterling Spued F Owen day duty J J Kearns additional and bottling W 0 Slye meal room W G Cook night J A Eastln gauger 24 J H Rogers Co Mays villo Oscar Grigsby storekeeper ganger 82 E1 Babbitt Versailles C H Talbott tiny J T Berry addi tional and buttling S D Pinker ton ganger 88 George Baker Frankfort W B Anderson day duty E B Davis meal room P S Rule ad nightJohn87 John Cochran d Co Frank dutyAthosthug H T Gaines ganger 101 E Popper Co Yarnall storelteoporI gerr Labrot Graham Frankfort H S Bell day duty G T bottlingS52 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort W S Lyne day J M Fraley additional J R Dagloy meal room B F Fannin additional J R Sams bottling H C Everett night H T Gaines gaugor 77 Paris Distilling Co ParisJP Hutoheraft lay C T Throok morton additional R D Grant bottlingD01 J J M Safloll Frankfort A B Piper day J G Brawner additional and bottling T L Mc Connell gauging i l b H 11 92 A J Conn Son Limestone storf11teencrgaugorua Buckner McElroy tiny duty R H Whittington additional J M Tanner meal room J R Spiers night W M Saifoll gtuigor 105 Mull ins Crigler Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeeper gntl er W A Gaines Co Frank fortE Craig day duty C H Morgan additional W P Bacon additional F M Cisco bottling Chilton Osborn additional C NI Wiard gauger 113 G T Stagg Co Frankfort C M Rash day 1 T West addi tonal J IJCox bottling C L Hough meal room D E Reid night John Stephanski and Lotoh er Lusby gnugers 882 T J Mason Isonville J M Patrick storekeepergaugor 840 Robert Fulton Culver Rolla Fannin storekeeperganger 841 Harper Flanery Gimlet 7 C Holbrook storekeeperganger 848 D O Williams BlaineC L Osborn storokeepergauger Public Warehouse Lexington Public Warehouse Co LexingtonF G Sparks and H S Foreman Btorekeeper augers General StorekooperGauger Z F Elkin Lexington Rectifiers Lexington Stoll Co J E Pep per Co The W J Smith Co R S Strader Son A G Leonard FrankfortJ P Williams 11 L McConnell gauger Maysville H E Pogue L M Gaflin gaugor Tlsnt safe to be aday without Dr Thomas Electric Oil in the house Never can toll what moment an accident is going to hap pen SCHOOL TOURNAMENT And Old Frankforts Children Stood Right at tho Front Tho School Tournament held at Lexington last week closed with the athletic contests on Saturday When we consider the fact that only ten of Frankforts scholars took part in the contests and the further fact that they only boon proparing for the event for the last tyro weeks while others had linen at work for montns the honors won by them place them in the front rank They won three first class medals and throe second class with only ten contestants while Lexington had some sixty SterlingJHarrodsburg thirtyfive etc The first prizes won were as fol lows Basil Konney Declamation Mary GayloKentucky History Frances Orr Drawing The second prizes wore Nora MarshallBotany- Enema C Euabnk Grammar Lizzie Sargent Roman History- In several of her contests Frank forts representatives were tho eon tending parties only missed winning by the smallest fraction of n per cen- tFrankfortis very justly proud of her public schools both teachers tumid scholars and this contest fully justifies that pride Cant be perfect health without pure blood Hurdock Blood Bit ters makes puro blood Tones and invigorates the whole system AWARDED COUNTY CERTIFICATES Thin following persons have passed the examination for county teaojers certificates before the County Board of Examiners and wore awarded certificates of grade as follows First Sallie Taylor Susan Pof fer Myrtle Daltun Second John Suttles Martha Graham Lizzie Thomason Cleo Moore 4 Third Boulah Blodsoo Sallie McConnell F C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday June nth 1005 the morning train on the F C Ry will leave Frankfort at 020 a in Instead of 050 as hereto fore and will leave Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrive at Paris at 750 n in and connect with trains on Kentucky Central for Carlisle Mlllersburg Mnysvillo Cynthinna Fuhnouth and Cincin nati The westbound morning train on F C will leave Paris at 880 arriving at Georgetown at 005 a m connecting with local southbound train on the Q C and arrive Frankfort at 1120 a C W HAY Gonl Passenger Agent 89tf FRANKFORT CINCINNATI- RALWA t Eiloctivo Juno 1st 1005 Mr C W Hay Is appointed General Freight and Passenger Agent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Rail way succeeding S E Hutton re signedGEO B HARPER 89tf President Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eroptians A i Jr tR i Pleasant to take I Laxative r lJ f Syrupij rfi MI NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONa- Ask i Your Doctort And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts areathe best medicines for Constipation as they bring a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsoa-re irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring J about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanttfany you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50 xPER BOTTLE Jl 0 NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO ft Glaze You- rWindows e f l I have an immense stock of t F GLASSall sizes and cun interest you as to price and w quantity i4 J FRANKS G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etcr ra LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY j LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 Daily Ex Bund 1PM Dully No4 lEX Sun III oils 1 AM Dally 225 11 o Lexington 0 605 810 8r 620 i 860 nm Clay City 489 400 023 Stanton 480 tit185 964 Natural Bridge 401 440 1008 Torrent 847 6 1020 Beattyvillo Junction 826 010 llHJ 223s for points the O K Ry Trans Nos and connect at L E unction with tho 0 O Ry ny Sterling Trains No 8 and coftnect at Beattyvillo Junction with tho LAHy Boattyvillo nmllocnllltutJon J K BARR CHARLES General Manager A OHIO AND I Mis Ilto Itloo 1I No Ex station INo1 DailyEx ItArY t1t SundayTrainsNoHJackson KENTUCKY RAILWAY 84I 221 No8SI I A M Lve P M IJvel IA M Arj PI Aruo 980 Jackson 880 1120 0 I 925 280 O K Junction 885 1128 848 158 Wilhurst 417 880 162 Hampton fOO 1168 1750 128 Leo 610 1273 19 10I 74 I 2 Helechnwa 518 1228 21k715 1o5 Cannel City 645 1246 27 Nos and will make close connection at O ft K Junction with Nos 8 and fors4points on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L OONLEY superintendentt i R PRICES TALK J 13est values in r C Handkerchiefs 10c 15c and 25c H Our line oft White French r Fansi 0IS elegant Ii We show them J from 25c to the handsomest quality fr WOOL SILK SILK CHAS to Weitzel ODonnell Iw i llr FROM OlR SNITZ r FranldinI1105 t pleas f ure to drop you a few How ifC are everybody We are all well and are having a fine time have been receiving tho Roundabout and Call and am VERY glad them Ben Marshall bets the JnnI tucky State Journal and wo keep pretty well posted We havo tY been playing hide and whoop r There arc two large brass bands here one of them plays Home Sweet Homo and the other ono ry is playing Loop the Loop The t only thing I object to is there is no work hero to do Everybody IiilJere is as fat as a mole and got fatter Toll all of the em t cloves hallo for me Is Mr Tanner well and still able to loop f with the big press Has Tom tot married yet Toll Criss I am going some and think I will loopAflk Todd why ho wasnt on that Sunday Wo go c in swimming twice a day and have a swell time Wo also go to- Church every Sunday They makti us to There are boys hero from pvqry place and ono of the guys from TeXas tried to loam me to throw a lasso hut ho did not sod my way olearho quit Wo have very rpood eating You ought to take 1II shot at sleeping in a hammock looped three times the first night but haxo not fallen out since I have 1L so to say I dont know what to say first The train that wo came to this joint on certainly was going someat rate of 07 miles an hour I couldnt tell vhoro I was at Tdll Mr Dry don to do tho same and you people send your bill to Uncle Sams nephew= tneanti I will pay tho same Tll Edwin to answer my letter If lie dont I will pioM the nrogram I bet that papa is very proud to know that his daughter is such an editor as Suhnoirx tho Sailor Wo are trying to learn how to talk with Hags but that is a hum way to talk I think Wo do nothing much here but smoke teat and sleep There is another thing that I ob jeot to and that is getting up at 680 That is too early for me I r hate to gut up early in tho morn IrII ing Go to bud at 830 and talk till ocloork and tho cannon goes oil AnybodyVr was glad to got that piece about Dr Motfatt Mr Roberts has bought in tho country and he had better take George and Walter out on the farm that is all they are good for Its John B Jr any fatter Ic heard ho was contracting a pom pous bay window of which he was vey proud but Pruett not much good You will have 4toget Todd to read this job tick As I havo nothing moro to 1sayI had bettor commence to make- Arrangements to bring this intelligent letter to a close could have t r THE Dress Goods We are offering at Special Next Week Sale will be Price Talkies All DRESS GOODS Will also be included A F- ewRaincoats An- dReadyMade Shirt Waist Suits Will also he put on the MustBeSold list Specials in 50c Girdle and Tape CORSETS t J REITZEYJSuccessor bought somo stamps for 5 cents per- each but did not so believe I will loop hope you nil will glorious4thAs I am getting sleepy I I had better tell No 11 reowlII I will ring oil for this time Hoping to got the papers I will say loop Yours truly CHARLES 7 SHEETING ER goingII SHaH J uc1go H over said anything about that 780 I wont speak to him any more Goodbye LOOP LOOP CARD OF THANKS As Commander of Geo W Monroe Post G R I desire to re turn the thanks of the Post to the citizens of Frankfort generally for their assistance in making Decoration Day Tuesday the most sue cessful yet hold Also to the au thorities for the use of guns for the paradeMay God bless you all LEVI BERRY Commander Geo Monroe Post G A R QUALITY vs QUANTITY Hard muscles and strong body do not depund on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper nssimiiation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nour ishment out of all tho food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient proper ties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the en tire system overcomes and cures Indigestion DyspepsiaBolahing- Sour Stomach etc Sold by J W Gayle ELECTED PRESIDENT OF BARACA CLASS Dr JsW Hill who was the first President of the Ruraca Class of the First Baptist Church having declined a roolootion on accountl of pressing professional Mr Walter Crndy has boon selected to fill that position The class now numbers 45 young mel and is doing a fine work a On Thursday afternoon the class had its annual outing Kontioy Bros launch Vas secured und the crowd wont up the river and en the afternoon in hunting and fishing They invite still others to join them in tho work in behalf of young men SALE The ladies of the Methodist Church will have on sale today at the Collins building next door to Gassells on Main street pies cakes candy and other good things Open all day tf vi t t0 j i14lh t n iJ The special price DyedTaffeta i1k Black Lad- iesUmbrella At 100 As a leader of our Umbrella stock The colored Silk Umbrella at 108 is our best seller j i i I I I A f JNO E MILES AGENT Dealer In High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky Bread Is the Staff of Life I am agent for the silo of BALLAKDS OBELISKFLOUR At this place to grocers It is a winner I will be in shape to exchange Flour for Wheat after harvest with farmers at the M K Flour Store and see mo and give me your trade JNO E MILES Juno 8tf 1r KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE BOARD OPxUNDER WRITERS Via F C C Railway Estill Springs Irvine Ky Round trip 340 Dates of sale Juno 7 and 8 Final limit June 12 1905 GENERAL ASSN KENTUCKY BAPTISTS RUSSELL VILLE Ky Round trip 7U2 Dates of sale 18 19 1905 Final limit Juno 25 New Fast Train T- OColoradQ II UTAH ANDTIiB II PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May Tho new trains will leave St a m daily Tho evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale addressI u STRONG Agajnis Stovall Tilton Ga said after taking DyspepsiaI other are beingreiI edy may well you will take Indigestion causct nearly the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the whole some food that maybe It nourishes the body and rebuilds the organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn stomach disordersDigests What You Ea trll or cent sire of of if it all all all Prepared at the Lab oratory of ft Chicago USA For sale by J W Gayle drug gist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR C 0 TIME TABLE IBOUTHj 820 6XQ 00 613 Shelbyville 1001 700 At Louisville 1100 StC NORTH weak women oaten weak ECDWltt No22A NoI ILv I NoI Louisville ri30 6f1 Sheloyvire 741 MxnKfon 11018 741 A exlngton 1116 84 Mothers lose their dread for that terrible second summer when they have Dr Fowlers Ex tract of Wild Strawberry in the house Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssitnnt General Passenger Agent St Loniri Mo C H HUNGERFORD District Pnnsenger Agent Louisville Ky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m and S p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7lt in to 10 pIts ex 12 noon 2 and 9 m GeorgeItown11 p in except 11 a m 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6a m to 10 p in except 10 a in 12 noon 7 und 9 p altCar 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in LluesI Lexington for Paris at a m Loaves Paris I45 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main street E T Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tf illIWheneer you feel impending And need a magic little pill No other one will fill tho bill Like DeWitts Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills RISERS cure EARLYI Headache Biliousness never gripe or sicken but impart Good for VIGn J E M Is the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it All the world is praising it All the world knows Frankfort is the home of J E M J E M Sold only by Grocers 4 FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Col one way 2425 round trip 4030 Oklahoma City 0 T one way 1315 round trip 2255 fEnid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chicknshn 1 T one way 1880 round trip 2850 1640tWichita Kansas one way 107010111Hl trip 2035 Ft Worth Tex one n nyf1970 round trip 2485tEl Paso Tex one way 2890 round trip 3080 San Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2530 One way colonist tickets will be sold at rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Honfe seekers tickets on March 7th and 21st vin Southern Railway Correspondingly low rates to other points in the West and Southwest For maps folders and complete information call on T E Carr C T A Louisville Ky or ad dressT W Crews T P A Lexing ton Ky C H Hnngerford D P A KyG A G P A St Louis Missouri td THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE For Coughs Croup Whooping ItY CoughCureThis is because it contains no 1 opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by J W Guylc OF 4ELERS For the benefit of passengers desiring to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc t tober 15th inclusive No 0sit Louisville until 000 p in yf No 0 at Lexington until 480tp m No 14nt Burgin until 410 p in All interested will please be governed accordingly tf Queen and Crescent Route tx r Isnoiiest RoutevAN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN i GEORGETOWN 321 CINCINNATICHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM S H R NEW ORLEANSAND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky rI 1radJ f r1 11s 1JJ I ATTENTION FA R M ERS f1Ji td r if r f f Strongestin World Main St Both DAY May 80 was Day and was observed by the r members of A G Bacon Post GI A R who at the cem etery about 4 oclock The regular of the older were gone through with and the graves of the silent heroes deco W Monroe Post G A R had a more elaborate time The members of that Post together with the Knights of Pythias the Odd Fellows and the United Brothers of the orators of the day and a large number in vehicles pro ceeded to Green Hill where addresses were delivered by Prof W H Mayo Rev J 11 Hill L D Smith Roy C O Wakeflold and Rev E R Lewis Music both vocal and was between the addresses At the conclusion the graves of the colored soldiers wer hand somely with flowers J Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases FIRST SOD Late on Tuesday afternoon three of the Capitol ac by a crowd of about 200 people went to the site for the new Capitol After prayer by- Re C R Hudson and several short talks Goy Beokham turned the first sod of the with u spade which was deco rated and by Mr Frank G Stagg After these the spade was formally to the State Historical will be kept in their the spade with theIe Presented to the State Capitol by Frank G Stagg to be used to excavate the first spade full of earth on site of New CapItol Frankfort Ky May 80 1005 ARM r lad b the name of Willie Bur the Forks of Elkhorn fell from a fence and broke his arm on Tuesday DrC K Wallace reduced the fracture CLOSE CALL On Tuesday afternoon during t the storm Mr Henry N Ledride who was in a boat on the river at the rowed to the shore got out of the boat and started up the bank when the big sycamore tree which stood near by was blown down with a t crash carrying with it the big Water pipe from the pumps of the So close was the call j that a numebr of branches fell all a around Mr The dam aged pipe was soon CURES The influence of ditions in the cure is very much The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by proper attention to food and a use of German Syrup Free in the morning Is made by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that cough and night sweat Rest less nights and the tine to the greatest danger and dread of the can be or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the of there the few who are benefited and regain are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 76c At all drug fists yr w Now is the time to do your We are sole for Pittsburgh PthfectS- TRELAEWelded and nn I HOUR OF DOOM HAS STRUCK The long naval battle between the and has The big feet of some 85 battle ers torpedo boats etc was almost literally wiped out of existence by tho Heat of Admiral Togo on Saturday Sunday and Monday Some 3800 Russian officers and men were together with a number of the finest of their war ships These were at once put into the service of Japan Rear Admiral was Vine Admiral Rojest vensky was badly wonuded and re II the hour of doom had struck for Russia BEAUTY INDEED IS SPRING PARK Thu success of Cove Spring Park is oertalnl assured if the promise made to the public of thus far by the Ina Lohr and her company are worth many times the price of admission The liberal policy under which the park is conducted is the secret of its success There will lie a every evening during the week and a matinee on Sundays at 815 p m Patrons may rest assured of the ending at 1015 each evening and matinees will be over at 480 I Bears the pihi Han GETS IN BAD Ono Peter Baxter and one Bob Baker colored engaged in a difficulty at Mill on Tuesday afternoon when Baker struck Bax tor over tho head with a saw At the sight of the blood Baker lit out but was by the police Baxter went home got his shotgun and seeing a man by the name of Wilson who he mistook for Baker let drive with the un inflicting a slight wound in Wilsons leg He was then also arrested OF Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C hold their meeting at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on Monday afternoon June 5 at 880 olock instead of at the regular time today Those interested please remember this f II DO IT TODAY The time worn II Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally in this form Do it today 1 That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over years A few doses of it will relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread effect a cureas has done before in of cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all lyr i i r Li I DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Too Danger ous for Frankfort People to Neglect hold before the sufferer them Health is under mined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lum low in merciless Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in Callis of 574 Holmes sI Works says I have the greatest faith in Doans Kidney Pills for their treatment brought me untold relief I had backache for years It was not severe at nil times but when an attack occurred the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secretions I tried various remedies but found nothing that did me any good Read ing an in our local papers about Deans Kidney Pills it occurred to me that they might at least give some relief Acting Their use proved that what people said about aching in my bank cons ing was true and the trouble with the kidney secretions was corrected roans Kidney Pills can not be too well For gale by all dealeis Price 60 cents Co Eel ale N Y sole agents for the United the name Doans and take no o ALL THE MONEY IN IK not from its gold fields For tunes are made from the wheat fields and the fruit farms not the chances Through train service via Chicago d St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line Rate for double berth 7 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara or Tourist folder with sent free on request F A Miller General Agent Chicago or W S Howell 881 New A FATE It is a fearful fate to have to en dure thin terrible torture of Piles II I can say writes Harry Colson of la that for Blind Itching and Piles Bucklens Arnloa Salve Is the best cure made Also best for outs burns and injuries 25o at all KODOL CURE Digests all classes of food tones and the stomach and organs Cures Dyspep sia Stomach Troubles and makHS rich red blood health and strength Kodol Cure rebuilds wornout tissues Gov G W Atkinson of W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Cure and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a remedy for stomach ailments I it to my friends Sold by J W Fine No 186 r 1 1 Conform 1 to the also have Fertilizers for tobacco beds Tarpaulins for protecting your crops m IIWe Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves CementsJm I 307309 Phones DECORATION Tuesday Decoration assembled ceremonies appiopriately ratedGeo 1colored Friendship Cemetery instrumental interspersed decorated TURNED Commissioners companied excavation specially prepared ceremonies presentedI companying following inscription Commission Building BROKEN 9ston livingat Hermitage Distillery distillery Ledridge repaired CLIMATIC ofconsumption overdrawn digestion expectoration weakening debilitating exhaustion coughing consumptive prevented thousands consumptives strength fencing agents Poultry P C SOWER 8c COIIHfHE expected transpired Japanese RussinnsI captured Nobogatoff captured capturedIt NATURES SPOTI gatherIialAs FrankfortThe produced charming extremely performance performance OASTOnJA Signatureof Kennoys captured DAUGHTERS CONFEDERACY injunction presented demoralizing todayancl thirtyfive undoubtedly completely yourlungsthousands apparently hopeless drugigsts Disenre kidneytroublesrecognizes gradually dropsydlnbetessuccession FrankfortNellie foreIespecially anyIpermanent advertisement WjGa anyIknownIFostefMilbiirn Stateb- Remember IJtJrvCALI- FORNIA investigate WhyI California Milwaukee Sacramento complete information Passenger Broadway YorkIFEARFUL truthfully Masonville Bleeding Protruding druggists DYSPEPSIA strengthens digestive Indigestion Dyspepsia Dyspepsia powerful recommend GaylaI Wil mostti uneven ground fF run It r 011entncky oIf Vlr t gInIana A New Pattern j In SterlingSi1vel Spoons and Forks f In gray finish x Wsjtr v 1If adThis pattern is extremelyreasonable r v In price i is And we are now ready To show a full line O In Spoons Forks and FancyPieccsYAlso chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces 7 Wedding Presents will be easy to select n From this assortment sr M A Selbert Reliable Jewelerf when build a IInice house dont use green lumber r Our LUMBER iyseasoned Hammond i E I13cobL Yl i RELIGIONS FIRST BAPTIST CHUPCH jr Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at II a m curl 8 p m aIl Sundayschool at 045 a m in chapely at 045 taught by il tho Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet In thn chapel at 700 r p In Prayermoot Ing Wednesday oven 1 ing at 8 oclock Visitors cordially invited Seats free A EPISCOPAL B Chinn roe 1ASCENSION June 4 i Communion Prayer and s-erf 1nonISermonYdfft 780 p m Evening Prayer r 750 p m Bible study Teachers meeting at 716 f All aro cordially invited to at 4 tend Seats always free f CHRISTIAN OHURCHRov C R Hudson tho pastor will i preach at 11 n m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 030 a m in ohapelR Endeavor Society win meet in tho chapel at flHO p m PollnA Ch ris Ir ktianHelping Ono Another Wednesday oven I l chapelTho meet on Friday afternoon at n oclock in t iff the chapel Everybody invited MIJ r SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHUnCHHov Win Crowo the L pastor being away there will be preaching at either hour Sunday tihorl at 080 a m J Young Peoples Society lit 080 p m Praver mooting Wednesday oven yia ing at 780 oclock iil Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev iI IFathor Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 n m High Mass at 10 u m intp f FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH Rev J McClusky If v Blaynoy D D the pastor mIro tiun Endoavor at 545 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even- tug lit 780 p m All young people are invited to sattond c rt METHODIST CHURCH Rev T O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 046 a m Junior Loaugo at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayer mooting on Wednesday evening at 746 Visitors cordially invited to at tend l jft LEESTOWN MISSION Mr Edwin Kagin of the Kentucky Presbyterian Theological Semi nary will conduct services at the ILoostown Miss Chapel every Sun at 7 oclock A prayermeeting will ho held on Thosefsummer w ST JOHNSRev A B Chinn will conduct services at 880 p m ANTIOCH CHRISTIANk 11 OHUROHRov J C B Stives will preach on Sunday Juno 11th I at 11 oclock a m Rev W F Smith will preach at the sumo time t i i g 1ll ti L FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 2 and 3 Flyer Prices Will Be Given On RIBBONS FANS HOSIERY LAWNS GINGHAMS M WHITE GOODS This is a chance for your Commencement Dresses Remember our special Bargain Days are Friday and Saturday of each week Si D JOHNSON COTW a LAST CALL On next Monday will place a genuine Glade 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 Commencement Dresses We will be certain to suit you ILace Curtains and Draperies Lace Curtains 98c worth 150 are beauties positively worth a great deal more Curtain Swisses tOe a yard and up both dots and stripes F J HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper Pints 0 Is Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANIFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed Q9- 3mnfI A Policy in THE EUUlT ABLE LIFE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES j 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 K11 Wilson District ManagerF- rank C Hutchison Local RepresentativeJ Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality 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 jvry jiv 3 1 jiW IuMortality There will be an enormous increase in the death rate among bed bugs roaches and similar pests when more people discover the deathdealing qual itles of GAYLES BED BUG KILLER No bug ever escapes OUP application n year will under ordinary conditions free your premises of all of this kind of vermin two applications at mostFull S ounce bottie 25c A brush with every bottle J W GAYLE Druggist Corner Aun and Broadway Frankfort Ky =OaWltts Little Early Risers The famous little pills BALD EAGLE KILLED On Thursday of last week Mr Floyd L Stivers was attracted to the woods near his home by the great row raised by a lot of crows Thinking there must be a big hawk there he took his shot gun and went to investigate Just as he reached the place a big bald eaglo flew out from the woods followed by a squad of cawing crows Ho fired his gun at the big fellow Ono shot entered just over the eyes passing through the head limo rest of time load broke both wings of tho monster bird Notwithstanding this the eagle lived for somo twenty minutes after being shot limo bird measured 8 feet from tip to tip of his wings and one of his talons whet Mr Stivers brought with him measured 7 inches It was armed with claws moro than an inch long and as keen as a brier Air Stivers lives on the StI Johns pike about five miles from the city highlyItthat neighborhood for ninny years CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as n candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec ion November 1905 20to I40 r r EPISCOPAL COUNCIL LexIngtonDiocese which had boon in session at As cension Church canine to a close on Thursday night It was a largo and representative body of the denomination Almost every church in the diocese Was well represented by the clergy and manyfemaletivesMuch business of an important nature was transacted and a num ber of strong addresses were delivered Among the number was that of our old time friend and brother Mr John L Amsdtn of Versailles upon the adequacy of the Sunday school work whether done under the old time or the new order of JMrnlthoughhisutes in duration he compressed 4 ninny solid truths into it and showed the vital necessity of teach ing the Bible and adhering closely to it and not depending so much on recognizingAt the morning session on Thursday Rev R E Abraham was solemnly ordained to the Priesthood by Bishop Burton assisted by the clergyman present Mr Abraham was former Assistant Rector of this parish under Rev R L McCready Mr McCready now of Avondale Cincinnati de livored an nloquont and touching ordination sermon such as he f a always does and especially tender as befitted the occasion and under the relations which had subsisted between the two gentlemen gratitudo x extended time members of time Coun cil by the people of this city were given voice just at the close Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat rP A remarkable picture worth MANY DOLLARSTcan bo obtained FOR A FEW CENTS Time Throe Most Beautiful Roses By Paul do Longpre c At the urgent solicitation of the Womans Home Companion Mr Paul do Longpre who is the great fist painter of flowers in the world consented to makeu painting of what ho considered The Three Most Beautiful Roses1 and the a painting is without doubt one of time masterpieces of this great artist This magnificent picture is reproduced in all its original gran W01l1lnsHome r though this cover is an accurate reproduction of a painting worth hundreds of dollars yet the June r number which has this exquisite rover may be obtained at any first class newsstand or direct from the publishers for the trivial sum of only ton rents Mr Paul do Longpro is justly styled the King of Flower Painters He not only paints roses but every glower that grows and is thin highest authority on flowers His paintings aro found in the most select homes Some havea Jt sold for as much as seven thousand r t five hundred dollars 750000 competentJudges i n tho Womans Homo Companion far mngnzine1heIs a magazine which in beauty and excellence art stories illutratioa and fashion etc excel all other home und family magazines The Womans Home Companion is pub PUblishingCo s Chicago Ill at One Dollar n year and is the favorite magazine in nearly half a million homes where it is read eaah and everj issui by throe million people v PEA RIDGE Delayed Letter On Saturday lust nt the resi dence of her parents Little Georgia Dennis nged about 14 years passed from death into life eternal One little suffering child less on earth one little angel more in heaven Sing Death is but a Dream she requested Sweat child she has entered into that sweet life of dreamland and a bright star of purity is shining in her crown We will not say she is dead but only that she is away with the dear little sis ters gone before Our heart goes out in sympathy to the lonely father and mother May they bvGods help be able to say Yet with my burden ofsorrow Ill go- Patiently onward through lifes weary day Knowing twas God who in mercy and love Called from the homo nest our loved ones away Miss Gertrude Mitchell and k Miss Edith Edge were the guests of Miss Goldie Sudduth last Sun day week Miss Lonie Moore was the guest of Miss Jessie Pierce on Sunday weekFarmers around here are com plaining about cut worms Some who set out several thousand plants one day found them all de storyed by cut worms next day Those with new ground were more fortunate Mrs Fount Hulette who has been so seriously ill is slowly im proving i Mrs Edna Brown whose home near Bridgeport was recently de stroyed by fire is improving re modelling and enlarging her prop erty in Bridgeport and will make a that her home Miss Gertrude Mitchell of Hat ton has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Bain Moore of Choate ville Mrs Rebecca Crockett of Bridgeport who has been quite ill for some time is able to be around again Miss Florence Saunders of Lou isville has been the guest of her aunt Mrs John Dennis in ChoatevilleMiss Chambers entei tained one evening and Miss Edith Edge one evening in honor of Miss Saunders visit which has s been shadowed and saddened by the illness and death of little Georgia Dennis Rev Mr Florence of Lexington and Elder South of Frankfurt were called here to officiate at the funeral services of Miss Dennirr Mr and Mrs Sam Lacefield visited their nephew Mr Walter Lacefield of Avonstoke who is dangerously illwith typhoid pneumonia last week Miss Emma Dennis and Miss Jessie Chambers were the guests of Miss Edith Edge Thursday Mr Dorsey Tracey and wife were the guests of friends in Graefensburg this week Mr W Laceheld Jr Jr visited his sick brother at Avonstoke 1 this week SCRIBE PEAKS MILL yDelayed Letter Rather cool for the season Mrs Nannie Tipton who has been on the sick list we are glad to say is better There never was a better cherry crop than there is this year Cherry pies and fried chicken are the go now Mr Ben F Suter of Texas is here visiting his sister Mrs George Parker Miss Bmilah Hockensmith is the guest of Miss Stella Haynes this week Mr Aaron Smith who has been working for the L N Co for home time is here visiting his parents DiedMr Thomas Vashof near Manleysville Mr Wash was ftn upright honest and intelligent man who made friends of all who knew him ff Mrs Mart Ellis of the Forks and Mrs Robert Ellis were the guests of Mr Huston Long and family on Sunday last The work Mr Bake Bacon has done on his house has improved the looks of the place very much Any one in need ofn cook call on Mr Jospeph Florian and Mr Russ Mitchell They beat the girl cooks They have not learned to wash the smut off their faces yet before they go out Our town is blooming The Odd Fellows are building a fine lodge which will improve the looks of the town very much I1lrs Rube Lawrence is getting nicely in her millinery busi ness Every body in need of a nice head gear should call un her 0 K STAMPING GROUND Delayed Letter Mrs M K Beagle of Loxing ton attended the funeral of Mrs J C B Stone on Sunday We regret to learn that Judo J J Yates who has been brought to his home is but little im proved and grave fears are felt as to the result Rev G W Hill returned Fri day from the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City Mo meetinginDiedIn Greenville Tonn on Friday May 19 Mrs Mattie E Stone wife of Mr J C B Stone aged 41 years Mrs Stone was a most excellent woman beloved bv- nil who knew her She had livedII in this comumnity all her until about one year ago when she and her husband moved to Tennessee The funeral was con ducted by Rev G W Hill on BaptistChurchwas in the Church yard An im mense crowd was present over flowing the church Quite a large number of friends from Georgetown Frankfort and other places attended the funeral UNO genuineLaxativeJie remedy that nirMi u rod In ono day HUSTON WOOD SELLS BIG FARM The fine farm known as the Wouil Farm the property of Mr Huston Wood and Miss Annie Wood they having bought out the other heirs of the late Mr Jan M Wood was sold on Wednesday to Mr Robt W Noel The farm contains 512 acres and is one of the het in this section of country It lies just this side the Scott county line and is in a high state of cultiva possessionMarcha handsome one and is about 00000 OLD THE SEASHOREI C 0 10 DOLI12 from ter Mt Sterling Moreheud Trains leave Lexington 1120 and 845 p m Army and Navy Ex ercises Battleships fund Cruisers in Hampton Roads during this period From June 11 to 17 the Atlantic Squadron will attempt 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 Pomp and Circumstance of War Stopover 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 u Excursionists may return either via Gharlottesville and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Tickets will be good returning until June 24 1905 Engage Sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuller General Passen ger Agent Washington D C G W BarneyDistrict Passen ger A 87td iIj tr I c f leE ATTENTION CONFEDERATE VETERANSI Louisville Ky May 28 1905 urro Confederate Veterans of the South Some misunderstand ing seems to have arisen shout a circular issued from Reunion Headquarters dated May 5 con corning the entertainment Con federates during the reunion in JuneTo remove any erroneous im pressions on this subject the executive committee desires to say in emphatic terms that ample and generous arrangements will be provided for those who will nc t be able to defray their own ex penses whilo in the city It is however of the greatest importance that camps should at once report the number desiring to avail themselves of such hoi pitalityJOHN H LEATHERS President Confederate Reunion Committee Official THOS D SUGGESTION Personal Magnetism and Auto Suggestion is the title of time leading article in Suggestion for June a magazine of the Now Psychology for thinkers Chicago The writer holds that per sonal magnetism may be acquired by all that it is rjot a mysteri ous occult quality and he gives some rules for acquiring those qualities which make friends other articles relate to psychic research suggestive therapeutics the power of mind to produce health or sickness nature cure hygiene and in general the appli cation of the New Psychology for health happiness and success The magazine advocates the theory that correct mental attitudes have far reaching effects on every con dition of life and that all have inherent psychic powers which may be cultivated with great profit I or II a a of p P to free receipt with blank filled W GenI Eaitern Agent NEW YORK CITY General Agent fJ t I similating ling Vcgefabl the t Prcparationfor acsB AsI Promotes 1JiesUonChecrru1 nessandRestContains neither OpiumMorptiine tiorlfinEral NOT NAB C O TILL oIOlrr5iUll1EIJl1QEO MoM BtK mi mnJJ for tion Sour StoinachDiarrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness and LossOF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of YOU LEXACT copy OF WBAEPEB J Bill the head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Bvry morn when day was break this magic necromancer EARLY thats the an swer 4sToRIA For Infants and Children Tim Kind You Nave t Always Bought Bears the- Signature of a c iX The t1JArJ4wAlways Boug- htCASTORIA lTHI IN MAD CHASEy Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of fad dism to another when they keeptheirKings New Life Pills their awayPromptliver and stomach trouble 25c at druggists guaranteed 4 Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up multipliedduringThere will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the FarsEast Bigopportunities for the man who lives there Why not look the field over Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles and return May i 2 3 9I0 12 13 29 30 31 June i August 678910 I 11213- and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for double berth in comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points in California only 7 Through train service fromrUnion Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee ft St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago m and The California at 1025 m The California Express carries tourist jsleeping cars California every day Both carry through standard sleepers = Complete information sent on ofcoupon lines S HOWELL Broadway or F A MILLER Passenger CHICAGO t e t i 5 NEW Billious sleepy if ing- Whats RISERS 1 If all The 605 trains Name Street addressvICity State Probable destination CALIFORNIA i ty ir j