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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT t GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In Advance VOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 10 1905 NO 4J 1 TAN OXFORDS ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer I shoe Tan is the coolest leather that can be wornthe softest and easiest on the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons I the sailor tie fUd1 q Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted soles medium heel and toe r Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe J Laird Cos Tan 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 feet Then a great variety of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear x southern tie is 4 oxfords Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with welted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with flexible soles Ilight 350 300 300 Schober Oxfords IThe 5I Queen Quality Tan Oxfords Prices250and 3I Laird Schober lrv Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the country They tire unequalled in any respectbut especially in daintiness of style flexibility and ease to the feet and superb fitting qualities Queen Quality Oxfords are preeminent among mediumprice shoes espec ially in the point of comfortable fit and we a large enough variety ill both lines to insure a pleasing selection and perfect fit RKMcCLURESON 212214 S Clair Street Frankfort Ky 1 KILLED BY C 0 TRAIN When the C 0 train east hound on Saturday night reached Benson Station a man by the name of Thos Hudson who was employed at tho rook crusher attempted to cross tho track just asv the train reached that point stepping out from between two cars on the switch was struck by the engine and instantly killed His arm was cut off and his body horribly crushed The train does not stop at this station and it was utterly impossible for the engineer to stop it after the man was dis covered He lived near by the station and had a family Cor over L S Graham was called and held an inquest the verdict being in accord with the facts OATOnXAleua the RJpatunl et 7 Ike The welt LEG AMPUTATED Mr Win Sargent who lives near tho Big Eddy some three miles above the city had his right leg amputated below tho knee on Wednesday last Some time since Mr Sargent had his foot badly frosted and necrosis of tho bones sot in ren dering tho operation necessary Dr 0 K Wallace assisted by- Dr G F Thompson performed tho operation Ho is doing as well as could be expected LOCAL MERCHANT AS SIGNED Mrs Lizzie Green who has been conducting a grocery store on Holmes street made an assignment to Mr Jere Bixler on Wednesday last for the benefit of creditors kYJ ANKLE SPRAINED As Mr 1JO Tracoy motorman on the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Lino woos attomptingto change cars at tho Thorn Hill switch on Monday ho slipped and fell spraining his ankle and wrenching his hack pretty severe ly Surgical attention was at once rendered A KINDLY COURTESY We are in receipt of an invita tion to attend the Commencement Exercises of the Graduating Class of tho Technical School of Cin cinnati Ohio which occurred on Thursday evening Juno 8th A former Frankfort boy Mr Will- S Farmer Jr son of Mr Ben T Farmer was one of the graduates and to him we tender our thanks for the kindly courtesy extended Will stands high in his class SAD AND SUDDEN DEATH On Wednesday last as surgeons were preparing to perform an operation upon Mrs Mary Dilger wife of Mr James Dilger and after an anasthetic hud boon ad ministered her heart ceased to beat and in spite of everything ptlsseclIMrs Dilgor had been in wretchd health for a long time and the physicians had informed her that the only hope of recovery was in an operation hut at the same time doubted whether she could withstand the shock of the necessary anasthetic and the op eration Both she and her husband recognized the facts but- still requested the surgeons to go ahead Mrs Dilger who was a Miss Biker was 26 years of age a devout Christian and a member of PresbyterianChurch Beside her husband she leaves one daughter both parents two sisters and four brothers to mourn her death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Win Crowe on yesterday and the interment was in our cemetery FEAST OF PENTECOST obI Our Hebrew fellowcitizens served yesterday as the Feast of Pentecost Their places of busi ness were closed and they gave the whole day to the observance of the festival GRATEFUL CHANGE IN WEATHER Up to about 3 oclock on Wed fearfullyhotabove 90 degrees At that hour a brisknorthwest wind set in and rnpidly1hursdny a point where living was a joy and comfort CIXCIXXA1II Effective Tuna 1st 1005 Mr 0 llTHaig Is appointed General Freight und Passenger Agent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway HueooeclhiK S E Hutton re si nodI GEO B HARPER 81tf President BROKE A WHEEL Mr W R Utterback attempted to drive on the St Clair street vyiing His horse shied from the car und the wagon struck his thoiAPPOINTED SUBSTITUTE LETTER CARRIER Mr Archie Smither has been appointed substitute letter carrier at our postoflico by the Depart ment at Washington City he haying stood the Civil Service exam ination for that place Ho is a clover and competent young man and we congratulate upon his selection IMPROVING Admin C C Todd has torn away the old brie building which stood in his yard and will huildIan addition to his bo used for kitchen and bath pur poses SELLS HIS FARM Mr Samuel E Hutton who recently resigned as General Freight and Passenger Agent of the Frank fort Cincinnati Railway has sold his farm of 274 acres lying on the Louisville piko to Mr 0 N Smith the wholesale provision merchant for 2000 cash llt i ALL THE NEWEST Shirt Waists Are to be seen here in the newest patterns of the most fashionable fabrics made with unusual care and fit as well as the madeto order garments costing several times what we are asking Sheer Lawn Waists tucked in front and back a bargain 75c Lawn Waists well made neatly finished with tucks and embroidery extra nice material 100 Also other values 150 to 10 Suitst o in Lawn Madras Linen etc at from 2 to 750 WALKING SKIRTS We still have a nice lot to pick from Remember our Skirts are trade by tho best tailors which insures perfect workmanship Extra values at 500 and upwards Ladles TailorMade Suits III You can buy a Tailored Suit at less than cost Suits that woro 15 now 750 Suits that wore 25 now 1250- Our special sale of Mus fin Underwear will continue only a few days lon gerDont fall to secure some of the extraordinary c offeredKaginBro No 1143 St Clair St- At f3rldb- eRESPECTED h COLORED WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs Rose Howard colored aged 27 years died Monday at 1 oclock p in Was buried on Wednesday from tho homo of her parents Charles and Martha Met oalfe corner Murray and Third streets She left a daughter be sides many friends both white and colored to mourn her loss TO LEAVE LOUISVILLE t Rev Neandor M Woods D D pastor of tho Second Presbyterian Church Louisville has resigned the pastorate to accept the Presidency of tho Southwestern Presby terian University located ft- Olurksville Tenn Dr Woods is an elegant gentleman and strong and eloquent preacher We regret his leaving Kentucky fw jiPERSONALi Mrs Charles Newton has gone to Drennon Springs for a visit Mr E R Jones of Switzer was in the city on Monday Col Jas A Scott attended cir cult court in Versailles this week Judge E C OBear returned from Mt Sterling on Monday Capt Julian Kersey of Louis ville visited her this week Mr Albert H McClure returned Sunday night from New York City Mr Thos Alexander visited rela- tivesi at Harrodsburg this week Mrs W J Hughes visited rely tives in Louisville this week Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles visited relatives here this week Mrs Mary C Haycraft is visiting relatives at Greenville Miss Representative W D Claybrool of Springfield was horo Monday SundayhereMr SainI E Hutton returned Tuesday from Cincinnati Mr S E Hutton and wife visited friends in Cincinnati this week Mr Sam D Johnson went to Martinsvllle Intl this week Senator J W Campbell of Pnclu cab was here this weekISenator rington was here Admiral C C Todd visited rela tives in Lexington this week Mr Geo L Willis of Shelbyville was here on Wednesday Senator S E DoHnven of La Grnjs was here on Thursday JVlr Gpo C Shaw and wife are visiting relatives at Somerset Mrs Sum D Johnson visited friends in Lexington this week Mr Geo M Brook went to Nat oral Bridge this week a Judge W B Cress of Monticello was in tha city on Wednesday t Miss Mary Harrison visited at her old homo in Lexington this Oscar Farmer of Louisville vas in the city this week the guest of Ids cousin Mr W S Farmer Miss Laura White of Ashland WISMrs ville was in the city this week tho guest of friends Mrs B B Wileon and son havoc returned from n visit to relatives at her old homo in Falmouth Mr John L Junes engineer of steamor H ion Gould is thoI n few days at house with his Miss Frances Herndon of Louis yule visited her aunt Miss Annie Horndon this week Col J Brock Hill of Winchester former Secretary of Htato was bore WednesdayMr McClure left Tues day for Eastern Kentucky on a business trip Miss Julia Pirtle of Louisville was the guost of Col E H Taylor Jr this week Col Thos A Hall who has been vitdtng his mother in Nelson county returned on Monday Hon Jos C L IOns of Camp ton was in tho city on business in r the Court of Appeals Tuesday Mrs Georgia Lucas attended com mencement itt Georgetown College on Wednesday Mrs Wm Cromwell attended tho Womans Club Federation at Cyn thiana this week Rev C B Hudson left Thursday a for Paris Jnd to before leaving for Mr Pat H EuropeIwife have Lick Springs Ind itJlJ V H For the warm period we are displaying a complete and nobby line of summer clothes in suits of 5 to X25 Our twopiece suits possess tailoring style and comfort Just the thing for warm weather Miss Jett Edwards of Versailles was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell this week Mrs Alfred Slack of Sharpsburg visited her son Mnj A Slack this week Hon Z F Smith and wife of Louisville were guests of Mr B L Crutcher and wife this week Mr W W Boyette of Woodford county attended county court here on Monday Mrs A L Van Winkle attended commencement exercises at Central University Danville this week Mrs Si Penn and daughter at tended commencement exercises at Georgetown College this week speltSundayof relatives Mr James C Sower Jr and wife of Lawrenceburg spent Sunday here the guests of his parent Mrs Goo H Cox of Owensboro was the guest of Capt J D Ken nedy Wost Side this week Mr Mason JJ Barret of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his mcther Mrs W 11 Scott Mrs C1f Payntor of rmwrenc burg was the guest of friends here this week Miss May Horton visited Mr Earl Morris and family in Midway this week Lawrence Maupin wife and IMr visited friends at Midway this Miss Frances Loo Tremoro re turned Wednesday night from a visit to relatives at Atlanta Ga Mr John Tromere of Jessamine county was the guest of his father Mr J W Tromere last week Mr H D Benedict of St Louis Mo was the guest of his best girl this week Mrs IJo S Graham visited her grandmother Mrs Harrod at Hat ton this week winterlisMiss May Whitehenrl of Kansas City Mo visited relatives hero this week Mr Julian Chinn who has boon attending Stnto College is at homo for the vacation 1Mis Coranol Crutcher attended at Georgetown this week IMr John M Bodman of Cincln visited his parents Col J L Bodman and wife this week Iliss Genevieve Posey Is visiting Miss Edith Simpson at Dixon Springsrrenn Mr Fred L Grinstead of Ports mouth 0 was the guest of his parents Cnpt TIIJ Grinstead and wife this week Mr Chas H Morris Assistant ttorne General was called to Louisville on legal business on SaturdayMr LIndsey of Owens boro was the guest of his parents Mr J B Lindsay and wife this week Mrs Grant Green Matron of the Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington visited her parents Col John F Davis and wife this week Mr Clay H Hatchifct of New town was a visitor to his mother inlaw Mrs R P Pepper on WednesdayMr W Reading of Jollico Tonn who has boon visiting his parents hero Mr W T Reading and wife line returned Mrs A G Juffors was called to Versailles on Thursday by the serious illness of her mother Mrs John Cain LexingtonMr Cabell B Bullock on Thursday 4i fi fr Hot Weather Bulletin stylefitto 150 We Are Agents Douglas 300 350 Lot of Lustre sizes 25Ci1tl1 JUST OUT- Every man entitled to square deal President Roosevelt My Own Story B- YCalebPowers This book is a calm dispassionate account from the standpoint of the man most interested of the conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebel and of Powers indictment and conviction oh the charge of complicity in his murder It covers his youth in the of Kentucky the conventions of 1S99 the election the shooting of Goebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance the cafe of Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy 12mo Cloth Ornamental Cover At al Booksellers Mr Powers has a substantial interest in every copy of My Own Story AGENTS WANTEDW ite for liberal terms The BobbsJVlerrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Ind Mr John S McKendrick and wile of Shelbyville Vere guests of Nils brotherinlaw Mr W J Hughes this week IRoy Wm Crowe wont to Pleas on Sunday to preach the commencement sermon for the Academy G A Jett and daughter l1rsKatherine of Owensboro who been guests of Mrs Virginia have returned home Mr Chas E Elhvangor and wife attended the closing exercises at Ashland Female Seminary Ver sailles this week Mr Richard A VnnDnrvenr and wife of Lexington wore guests of his mother Mrs Anna VanDer veer Shelby street this week Mrs Jas W lanes and children of Logansport Ind wore guests of her sister Mrs L Phythian at Thorn Hill this wook Col Thos M Porter of Coving ton was in the city yesterday Miss Ada Wright of Hatton was tho guest of her sister Mrs J M Perkins East Main street this week hasIevening Rev M B Adams and wife attended Commencement flay exor cises at Georgetown College on WednesdayMrs W Bain of Lexing ton was tho guest of her brother Mr John C Martin on Sunday and Monday Mr AI W Smith and wife of Louisville wore here this week tho guests of Mr Chas W Satlull told wife Capt S H Ford of Owonsboro who has heon the guest of his daughter Mrs J n Kennedy West Side has gone to Louisville Mrs Geo W Wilder and son Will who have been guests of her mother Mrs Jero Long have re turned to their home in Paris jilfV ii c 50o Exclusive for W L Shoes One Odd Coats Small only 1 is a mountains Caleb cash sold J J I Mr Geo L Payne left Wed tles day morning for French Lick Springs Indiana whore he will re ping for tho next two weeks Mrs Rate Green Worrall of New York City who has been the guest of her aunt Miss Eliza has returned Mrs C C humoIwas the guest T F wool Mr Herbert L Diokerson who has been the guest of Mr J H Williamson and wife returned Wednesday to linkers Tonn where he is with the Mason Hogo Co Roy W H Hampton and wife of Ironton Ohio who havo boon VirginiaHmnptonturned home Mrs J S Crutohflold and chil dren of Pittsburg Ponn who have been guests of her parents Mr A PiJklngton and wife have returned home Tuosdayforher sister Mrs C T Duval and to recuperate her health which has not been good TaylorsvilloMrs W F Barrot Mrs Wril Scott and Mrs Eliza Bailey this week Mr H Innos Iodd of Virginia who has boon visiting his parents hear Admiral Chapman C1lddand wife returned homo Friday nightHon D L Thornton Mr Field MoL od Mr Uhas M Harris and Mr Thos Seller of Versailles worn horo Saturday on legal busi ness Mr Will A Lewis of Harriman Penn wio was tho guest of his futliorinlaw Col J N Crutoher Saturday and Sunday loft for homo Monday night Mr Alox T Lewis of State Col loege who was the guest of his father Mr J Jt Lewis Saturday and Sunday returned to Lexington on Monday morning whore ho isIdoing some special work J i 1 KILLTHIE CUGMlAND CURE THE LUNGStt Dr Kings I Jj II WITHNow Discover J FOR cOLDS Price r 600100II Surest and Quickest Cure THROAT and LUNG TROUBifLES or MONEY BACK 131v tJ Mrs E C OBear and daughterkMiss Helen who have been attend lug the commencement exercises of rf tho Naval AonltHn At AJohnday afternoon n Itteliyformerter in Louisville and the latter from a visit to friends in George 1J town CLOSING EXERCISES AT EX CELSIOR INSTITUTE The closing exercises of Excelsior t Institute so long arid BuIieessfully conducted by Mrs tdory L South occurred on Thursday of this week A larger i company of friends and patrons lIattended The exercises were 4 simple nnd elegant boon one of the most Isuccessful years in the history of I this fine school und is n hightcompliment to the cutivnted accomplished principal tti Illinois Central 1 iIIriowOrleans Special No Arrives 635 m ryLenFor Fulton Paducah cud intermediate and from Elizabeth townlfodgenvilloand Hopkins ville except no Sunday service to Kliabcthtov and Uodgen vine Stops at all stations No11t3ILel1vLS400pm to and Klizabothtown except on I L Sundays Stop at all stations All Train Hun Daily PR0WiAMt ji 2IilIoetmg10001215 A M Opening devotional services ll10001080 2 Missions Saving the Church f es M B Adams 10801100 t8 Song And solo by Miss Ratio Thompson 4 Prayer and MissionsJ A Barnes 11001190 6 World MissionsMrs J H Fuqua 115501145 0 Practical Mission Work Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox 1145 1215 7 Songdi tt2uO2166 Oneida School WorltRov J A Barnes J 0 Song I CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Wo are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mnyor of the city of Frankfort subject to the notion of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20to L rrrwrwwrrwaswrai i EATMs1 PETTY At the Forks of Elk horn on Sunday morning Mr S Merritb Petty aged 85 years very t suddenly of heart failure i BANTAIn Thorn Hill at the home of Mr John l1 Banta on Tuesday morning Mrs Isabel Banta wife of Mr Jas R Banta The funeral and burial took i tplace on Wednesday aj ANOTHER DISTILLERY CLOSED OUT f l The J N Blakemore Distillery No 00 of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co closed down for the season on Thursday I This leaves only four distilleries in operation in neighborhood j The Hermitage Old Taylor O F C and Baker Bros I READ IT I In another column will be found the advertisement of Mr Jere Bixler as assignee of Mrs L F Green All persons interested should read it and govern them selves accordingly Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I LiDigests what you eat rr LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending- J idle 10 1905 Allen J F r Callauan H M Carpenter Grant Church Mrs Jack Cooksoe George De daybook Win E Duke Mollie Elest Brack Green Miss Eddie Griffin W P Guthrie Roach Hall John Hall Ethil1 ton Hampton Cecil Hand Miss NomIHolden Miss Hattio James Henry Kilburn Elihu 2 Looke W V qLocust Walter 1 Ward Nelson A C Pierce Mrs L Plont Miss Emma Porter Nelson R fRoach Henry Lucy Romans Mrs Russell tC Price S woe Mrs Moll Wallace P F Webor Miss Katy Witlook Mrp Annie Persons calling for the above let ters will pleasn say advertised E 11 DRANE P M s American setsIevery figureW the stylish fad just now AVo have them in Silk or Mohair very pretty effects 600 to 1500 Shirt Waists of Scotch Mixtures Panama or Mohair receiving the new effects valuo at 500 Panama or Voile Dressy Skirts 80 to 1200 WHITE GOODS SALE When you buy your White Goods from us you know you are right as to quality and price You must sec these 40 in White Lawn at 10C 1JJe India Linen at lOc 30 in Persian Lawn at 15c 46 in Sheer French Lawn at 35c WHITE 32 in Striped Madras for Mens Shirts 15c 32 in Striped Madras for Mens Shirts ISc MARRIED CHURCH FOGGAt Grassy Springs Christian Church on Wednesday June 7 Mr John Graham Church and Miss Fannie Gibbon Fogg were married by Rev A M Baker assisted by Rev R- bI Rash Mr Church is the reliable and popular Rural Free Delivery Car rier on Route No 1 of this coun ty He is a sterling and worthy young man His bride pretty and popular daughter of Capt Sam Fogg of Woodford county and beloved by all who know her Mips Lucy Fogg sister of the bride was bridesmaid while Mr Robert Church brother cf the groom acted as best man The Frankfort post office was well represented at the wedding We extend hearty congratula tionsARMSTRONGOWSLEY A t the home of the brides sister Mrs Earl Allen in Detroit Mich on Thursday June 1st Mr George Burton Armstrong of Grand Rapids Mich and Mrs Bourne San ders Owsley of this city were marriedTUCKERNUNNAt the Meth odist Church on Wednesday last at high noon Mr Wm Orville Tucker of Marion Ky and Miss Narr Nell Nunn were married by Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church Mr Tucker is a progressive young business man of Crittenden county and is highly regarded by all who know him His bride is the handsome cultivated and popular daughter of Judge T J Nunn of the Appellate Court The Church windows were dark ened and the audience room bril liantly lighted showingoff the dainty and decorations of palms ferns and cut flowers to was by tickets and of course only those specially invited wore in attend ance consisting of the immediate family and near friends of the contracting parties After the ceremonies a delightful lunch was served to the wed ding party at the residence of Judge Nunn on Third street South Side vThe happy pair left for a bridal atiltheirCRUTCHER LECLERE In Lexington on Thursday Mr Edi I4elCleren S FARMER SUSPENDER SKIRTSAre SKIRTSFor continually Exceptional MADRAS SHIRTINGS perfectionThe Mr Crutcher is a son of Mr R L Crl1tcheruml is employedat the store of Mrs M Ellwangor His bride f the attractive daughter of Mr August LeClere the floristMOORSJONESIn Shelby ville on Thursday Mr Alex Moore of this city and Miss Sallio Jones of Shelby county were married GOBLINSOUTH Rev and Mrs J K P South announce the marriage of their daughter Ethe lind Cave South to Dr R M Cob lin of Frankfort to take place on Wednesday June 28th CASE REVERSED In the appealed case of E H Taylor Jr v L F Johnson in the contest for the Democratic nomination for Representative from this county the Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed the action of the Franklin Circuit TaylorIcontestant had fifteen days in which to filA his notice of contest whereas the lower court held that ho only had ten days The Court also ordered that the Democratic Committee meet and hear the case upon its merits taking all the evidence in the caseAs to whether the decision re quires the counting of the ballots now in the ballot boxes is a point upon which some of the best law yers in the city are not agreed The case however is far from being settled yetas it may not come on until the September term of Circuit Court Dr Weavers Syrup Forties the blood Cerate ointment for the side CATCHES A DARLING IOmcor James Brown caught a on a trot lino near the Hermitage Distillery on Thurs day which weighed 95 pounds It was a regular darling THIS THING MUST STOP Actually the Louisville Base- Ball Club has won three straight games This thing must be put a stop to else that club will lose its cinch on last place in the Association t OLD TAYLOR TIlE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEYI E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1 1 CiI It i V tr i3 Lgpn re n ff JI IZ tit RbgAle f 4q i DRESS GOODS AND SILKS 38 in all wool Black Voile 50eJt42 in fine Black 100ft F SILKS The Silk Shirt Wait Snitinns at 48c are worthy 1 your attention because they are underpriced t 36 in Black Chiffon Taffeta 100 equal to any regular fi 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 Carpet at price ofa Cotton Union DO IT TODAY And to think that ten months ago I looked like this I owe it to German Syrup The timeworn injnnction II Never put off til tomorrow what can do today is now general presented in thid fomlII Do it today That terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks JTake some reliable remedy for it vand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German 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 n few days will cure you completely qNo matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 25c regular size 75C At all druggists a FRANKLIN BOYS GRADUATE Mr Russell S Penn and Mr W B Jones of Franklin county graduated at Georgetown on Wednesday with the degree of Batchelor of Arts They are both firstclass young fellows and give promise of large usefulness in the future Mr Jones expects to become a teacher Mr Penn will BaptistChurchtho late Rev Frank H Hodges TAUGHT A LESSON ronIdoredCove Spring Park Theatre on Thursday night by creating a dis turbance The doorkeeper tried to quiet him but it seemed to make the nuisance more offensive when tho doorkeeper took more stringent measures and choked tho fellow into quietude Ho will know bettor next time Dr Weavers TreatmentISyrup purifies the blood MISS BELLS SCHOOL CLOSED I1ho private school of Miss Min III on Fourth Avenue closed litUl after a most suc ncIcomplihedat her succors THE SALVE THAT TKATES PENEI DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo pon otrates tho poiHs of tho skin and by its antlsoptki rubifoeiont and bottling inlluonco it subdues in llivimimtion and euros Boils Burns Outs Kouma letter King Worm and all skin disease A spoulilu for blind blooding itching and pro truding files Tho original and gonulno Witoh Haol Salvo is made by E C DeWitt Co and sold by J W Gayle lii2t l k r iRustCorsets 4 eia Voile POWERS CASE ARGUED j Judge A M J Cochran DisiJtrict Judge of the United States for the Eastern District of Ken tucky heard arguments on the motion to transfer the case ofiCaleb Powers to his court on Thursday at Maysville- U S District Attorney R D Hill of the Western District of Kentucky and ExGov Richard Yates of Illinois made the argu ments in behalf of Powers Mr Lawrence Maxwell of Cincinnati and Col C J Bronston of Lox i ington made the arguments in r opposition to the transfer Judge Cochran took the case under advisement and will renfdel his opinion later CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Boughf Bears the- Signature of ONLY 125 TO CINCINNATI AND RETURN On Sunday June 18 there wilY be an excursion from this city to r Cincinnati and return via F C Ry and Q C Ry for the low rate of 125 round trip The train will leave this city at 7a t m sharp and returning will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m The attractions are the Zoo the Lagoon at Ludlow und a game of j baseball between the Cincinnati 1EnTORTURE OF A PREACHER The story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the Baptitfc Church of Harpersville N Y will interest you He says Isuffered agonies because of a per sistent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies with KingsNowCoughs and Colds which entirely curtiU my cough and saved me from consumption A grand oure for diseased condition of Throat and Lungs At all druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free ASSIGNEES NOTICE againstthehereby notified to present them bylawfore November 1st 1005 and nil persons indebted to Mrs L F Green will pleasa cull on me at tho law ofllon of F M Dailoy and settle same immediately JERRY BIXLER- 404t Assignee PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING PLYMOUTH ROCKS iBARRED LEGHORNEggs Our stook is from the grcatrategglaying- straius in America EGGS 15 FOR 150iThorn Hill POULTRY YARDS Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky OldJPhoue No 833 IGtim j C i j i M pE fDLlJOCA AtiLCi 0 TUeFranUoitBouaaaDoiit n Entered at the pnstolllco at Frankfort lien tucky as secondclass mailablc matter t GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 10 1905 CINCINNATI BUSINESS MEN VISIT OUR CITY The Business Ions Cluhof Cincinnati to the number of 201 headed by President Thomas MotTott readied this city on Wednesday evening at 040 by way of tho Q C Railway and the Steamer Kails City i The Reception Committee of the Business Mens Club of this city TaylorJLock No 5 and accompanied thorn to this place The Second Regiment Band and a large crowd of our citizens met the party at the Customhouse wharf and escorted them to the- Capital Hotel where addresses of welcome were made and replied to and a dainty and appetizing supper was served At the conclusion of the supper at about 12 oclock a procession was formed and the citys guests marched down Main street to St Clair down St Clair to Broadway tad up Broadway to the depot where a special train of five cars was in readiness to convey the excursionists hack to their homes in the Queen City The of theprince object excur- sionrU was that the Business Mens Club might learn of the feasibil ityof putting a lino of steamers on the Kentucky river to run from Cincinnati to this city and up river points Tim gentlemen expressed them- selvest as highly pleased with te hospitable reception accorded and they were unanimously ofopinion that if was of prime importance to Cincinnati businessmen to have the line of steamers established as a vast amount of trade would in the long run he taken to the Queen City which had been so long neglected The excursion was a great success DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DIVINITY CON FERRED At the recent commencement of Georgetown College the degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred upon Rev M It Adams the scholarly and brilliant young pas tor of First Baptist Church of this city by the faculty of the collegeDr Adams is universally con ceded to be one of the ablest of the rising young ministers of Kentucky His attainments are of a order He is a hard student and an exceptionally f strong preacher We congratulate his church and 1Dr Adams upon this evidence of appreciation fJ FIFTY CENTS r I I IN IIgainof Scotts Emulsion very rapid For isIreason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other t conditions the gain is slower health cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts t Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a food 0rather than a medicine a food for tired and t weak digestions Send for free amnle IScottChemists Bowne IINew tocand Stoo All druiillisII t Eyes Did Not Close For a WeeK Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors Dr MilesIIeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are ou if you rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If heart is weak or an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves so that may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches im proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop heating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could pet One week in last September I neverclosdmy eyes I got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at n drug store in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medi cines and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more benefit from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors and their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the mar velous contained in ycur remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FRANKLIN COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The annual Sundayschool Con vention was hold last Friday June 2 nt Peaks Mill It was a great success in ninny wosrrho Christian Church was filled with a very deeply earnest crowd of Sundayschool workers many from Frankfort and other parts of the county Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church Rev Win Crowe of the Second Presbyterian Church and Rev C R Hudson of the Christian Church of Frank fort each male stirring and instructive addresses on the various departments of Sundayschool work Mr V G Simpson and several Sundayschool workers both ladies and gentlemen took part in discussions as to the best method to be used in teaching One of the very enjoyable features of the convention was the singing which was fine A most beautiful and elegant dinner was served by the people of the Peaks Mill community- The Nominating Committee re ported the selection of officers for the coming year E R Jones of Switzer President Lack Church of Stedmantown Vice President Mrs Mary B R Dny Frank fort Recording SecrAtary Walter Jeflers Visiting Secretary and Treasurer Mr Jones has made such an efficient and acceptable President during the past two years that the Sundayschool workers were unwilling to give him up About thirty Sundayschools have been reported but only twelve have sent in reports- A collection was taken for State work and workers which amount ed to about thirteen or dollars Each teacher fourteenI is asked to give ten cents work and each pupil two cents a yearThe following resolutions were adopted Resolved First That we endorse tho earnest efforts that are being made by the State Secretary to bring the people of God in closer touch in the good work of spreading the Gospel through the Sunday schools Second That we promise the workour hearty support in all the financial aid in the effort of the field workers and that we will urge our schools to be prompt in their apportionment for the State Sundayschool work Third That our thanks are ex tended to the people of his com munity for their generous hospitality and delightful entertainment W G SIMPSON M B ADAMS M B DORTON Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate Sor skin ernptlanB I CONFEDERATE DECORATION DAY On Saturday last Joseph Hi Lewis Chapter U D C and quito n crowd of friends met nt the cemetery at 4 oclock for the purpose of dcorating the graves of tho fallen heroes of tho Last Cause Rov J K P South delivered the invocation and introduced the speakers lIon Times W Scott former Representative from this county delivered short nndI eloquent addrofs Rev 0 Power0 pastor of Providence Bap tist Church Woodlako was the next speaker and his speech was brilliant and logical as tell addresses delivered by this earnest young preacher arc Cnpt Juts W Blackburn of Spring Station made n few remarks eulogizing the brave meli who had dared to do and die for what they believed to be right An abundance of beautiful now ers were then strewn upon the graves around the Confederate monument and upon those of tho other Confederates who are buried in family lots The evening was ideal for the purpose and everything passed off delightfully MY OWN STORY In a manly clearcut and con cise way Mr Caleb Powers has issued from the press n history of tho Goebel trouble and the trials of the case so far as he is concerned It is as thrilling an appeal as was ever made to the chivalric sense of fairplay which has always been the leading char acteristic of Kentuckians in be half ofn fair aril impartial trial of the case He simply asks what every man has n right to de mand under the Constitution of the United States and of Ken tucky a fair and an impartial trial before an impartial jury outside the realms of politics The book is on sale nt the news depot of Mr Guy Barrett F C CHANGE OF rDrEI Commencing Monday June 5th 1505 tho morning train on time FcC C Hy will leave Frankfort at 020 8111 instead of 050 liS hereto toro and will leave Georgetown at 712 a in This train will arri o at Paris at 750 n in nnd connect with trains on Kentucky Central for Carlisle Millorsburg Mnysvillo Cynthinmi Falmouth und Cincin nati Time westbound morning train on F d C will leave Paris at 880 arriving at Georgetown at 905 a in connecting with local southbound train on the Q C and arrive Frankfort at 1120 n in- C W HAY Genl Passenger Agent 39tf ASCENSION DAY OBSERVANCE On Sunday lost Frankfort Com mandery No 4 Knights Templar attended the services at Ascension Church in observance of Ascen sion Day To it was added the additional attraction that Sir Knight Rev R L McCready who was to preach the sermon was celebrating the tenth anni versary of his ordination to the priesthoodMr preached a strong eloquent and tender ser mon just such an one as would andIwas n sermon do good to all who heard and heeded the searching words of the speaker His allusion to his dead friend Mr Edward Drano was peculiarly pathetic At the beginning of the ser vices through Rev A B Chinn rector of the Church Mr Mc Cready presented to the Church a handsome processional cross as a memorial of Mr Edward Drane There was a largo congregation present who thoroughly enjoyed the ministration of this fearless and earnest minister There was u handsome turnout by the Commandery of Knights Templar who oathand every one are warm admirers of Mr Mc Cready ANNUAL MEETING B P 0 ELKS F C Ry Buffalo N Y Round trip 1415 Dates of sole July 89 and 10 Final limit July 15 Pleasantto take 1 Laxative 1t- w Syrup j t t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION ti f i Ask Your Doctor 44thenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines bI LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege l table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringtiabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness t Bloated Feeling etc k f Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND OOc PER BOTTLE i NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO J Glaze YjlX r iif t Windows j 1i Is I have an immense stock of l GLASSall sizes uncIjLl interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G1 STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 DallyEx PMLeave Daily No4 Ex Sun AMI- Leave IIStallons IDaily Ex Bund IAM PMIi225 745 0 Lexington 0 1010 Ii810 825 Winchester 923 850 91U Clay City 887 489 itr 406 023 Stanton 828 480 485 964 Natural Bridge 401 440 Torrent 801I 847 6 1020 villo Junction 826 010 llUO 11TncUlon 025 226 SundayTrains for points on tho O KriBy Trains nod 8 connect at L E Junction with tho 0 O Ry Tly for lit Storming Trains No Hand 4 connect nt Junction with tho l A Ry for and local Htntlon1fJ B General Manager G P AC J AND RAILWAY MII IINo Ii INo SumlI No DallyEx Daily ExBunii Beattyvillu Boottyvillo OHIO KENTUCKY MIs I r AMLvepMLvelIAMArjPMAr o 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 1126 166 Wilhurst 417 1162 10Y152 Hampton 480 1168 12r Leo 610 1223 1910I 843I 121 Holvchawa 618 1228 f 105 Cannel City 645 1245 27iNoa and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent 11- 4 t GRAND MAN GRANDLY HONORED On Monday last as introduc tory to the commencement exer cises at Georgetown College the fiftieth anniversary of Prof J J Rucker LL D as Professor of Mathematics was celebrated Dr John A Lewis George towns splendid surgeon and physician who is President of the Board of Trustees presided and jopel1ed the exercises by a chaste address paying desorved tribute to his former in J structor Dr Lewis was followed by Hon Thos W Scott of this county who was also a student at George town at the same time with Dr Lewis In glowing words Mr Scott told of Dr Rucker as Teacher and Man A poem by Prof J C Motcalfe tofHarvard College was read by Dr E B Pollard Louisvilleh itsIwith a handsome gold medal from leis former pupils told friends and Indylseminaryfclass of 1855 present to stand up and from the big crowd only four r arose Rev T J Stevenson and Mr Jas H Moore of George 1town Rev J B Tharp of La and Rev S T Thomp son of Louisville Prof Rucker was greatly moved proIi r was not the demonstration in tender words thanked those who had so kindly remembered him It was a grand man grandly honored Dyspepsia bane of human I existence Burdock Blood Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach NEW PHYSICIAN Dr R M Coblin lately of Mill- ville Woodford county but more recently attending a course of inI struction in higher surgical and subjects in New York 1City has located in this city for the practice of his profession His office is at No 107 Ann street in the Capital Hotel He is uptodate MILESiDealer In ri High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky 1uBread Is the Staff of Life I am agent for tho sale of t ALLARDS- OBELISKFLOUR At this place to grocers t It is a winner 1 1 will bo in shape to exchange harvestfM K Flour Store ir Call and see mo and give mo your I trade g JNO E MILES one 8tft qyt TrT J 4 tlt Gordon Dye CHAS J WEITZEL Successor to WeItzel ODonnell STAMPING GROUND Miss Auim Mnnford of Prank fort is recuperating her jaded health at her sisters Mrs C T Duvall in our town Mrs Pearl Hancock nee Poini dexter of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here The county authorities are having a new iron bridge erected over LeComptos Run on the Tilford and North Fork pike Rev G W Hill and Mr R S Sprake attended the closing exercises of Kentucky State College at Lexington last Thursday Mr Sprakes son Mr Jas B Sprake was one of the graduates Rev G W Hill will preach the dedicatory sermon of the now Owenlcouuty Owing to protracted wet weath er the weeds have gotten ahead of our farmers in their corn crop Nearly every farmer who will plant tobacco has already set out the crop Wheat is rapidly ripening Barley has been cut to a large extent and the yield is a splendid ono Oats nrA coming on pretty well Take it all in all the farmer has the best of it so far Judge J J Yates has gone tui Marttnsville Ind for the benefit of his health His friends hope to hear of his rapid recuperationUNO Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate SacMiaf ol treatment for blood and skin dlseant SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EX CURSIONS ON THE C C 0 Asburo Park N J National Educational Association Tickets on sale June 20th and Both July 1st and 2d limited to July 10th Rate 2180 Tickets may be extended to August 81st Baltimore Md Christian En deavor Convention Tickets on male July 2d 8d and 4th with limit of July 15th Rate 1000 Tickets may be extended to August 81st Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Rate 1200 Atlantic City NT Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Au gust 14th Rate 14 00 Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion August 12th limited 15dlls Rate 1200 For full information regarding abovo special rates call on or address- G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent- Lexington Ky J102m QUALITY QUANTITY Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on tho quantity of food vou ont bat on its pOlfeot- digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all tho nour ishment out of all tho food you oat It what you eat regardless of tho condition of tho stomach and convoys the nutrient proper tied to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the en tire system overcomes and Indigestion Dyspepsia Gayle Sour Stomach etc Sold by ouresI tW WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away Frankfort women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a bur den Backache hip pains head aches dizzy spells distressing urinary troubles all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and Brights disease Doan s Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of it in a Frankfurt womans wordsMrs Tiuie Laglo of 527 North St Clair Street wifo of M D Lnglo proprietor of burlier shop near the depot says For some four or five years I hardly knew what it was to bo free from an aching back and the irregular action of the kidneys at tho same time caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing Although 1 tried differ ent remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills lord procured a box at J W Gaylos drug store I had taken but a few doses of this good preparation when I realized I was regaining my health and on a continuation of the treatment I found my condition so much improved as to bu almost beyond belief For all of this I owe my thanks to Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Ysole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other DR R Me COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his profosaionnl services to the citizens of Frankfurt J 103in GENERAL ASSN KENTUCKY BA PTISTS RUSSELL VILLE Ky Round trip 702 Dates ol sale 18 19 IflOo Final limit Junou New Fast TrainT- OColorado I UTAHAN E PACIFIC COAST In effect May Tho now trains will leave St Louie nt flatly Tho evening trains to same in daily Double daily service- Througl sleeping car service for SanFran isco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address II T MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo j Our 10c 15c and 25c Gordon Dye Hosiery Ladies Misses and Childrens are special features in our Hosiery stock If you try them once we can count on you beii g one of our many stocking customers IIIN 820 90t 15 11i00 0 No22 P P 5 111118 9 St4al 841 711 Railway the two Hesort cent SundayC B ALLEN tr Agent St Louis IuI Louisville II QUEEN S ROUTEJUNE 18th specialtrain specialtrainm same date- Baseball Cincinnati v Boston Ask ticket agents for particulars Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil A cut Use Dr yourdruggists BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for PnrisI every hour front 0 a m to 1 m except 11 a 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a in to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p m except 10n in 12 noon 7 and 9 pm Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 145 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 tho com panys oflice 404 West Main streetE Phono CIO Home Phone 127JY ALEXANDER President tf JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of J E 11I H E M1 GrocersI THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE WhoopingCoughiCuro is time childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes rood and cures Sold by J W Ojiyle s INTEREST TO TRAV- ELERSIOF pnssengersdesiring Sunday excursion rates the Southern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 600 in INo 0 at Lexington until 480 No 14 at Burgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf Three spectres that threaten babys life Cholera infantum dysentery diarrhoea Dr Fow lers Extract of Wild Strawberry never fails to conquer them Queen and CrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOW- NcCINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter EL Ee GLflBKE TPA j 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky i ATTENTIO1N RARVVERS I strongestR in the- Worldp a for for 1 1 tt jl Both PhonesP STATE BAR The following is the program of the State Bar Association which meets at Covington h Thursday June 22 Morning called to order at o in Ad dress of Welcome Hon W MoD Shaw of fJovlnaton Presidents Address John S Kelley of Bards town Report of Committee on Membershp Pendleton Beckley of Louisville Chairman Report of Secretary R A McDowell of Lou Report of Treasurer D LI Pendleton of Winchester Report of Executive Committee Thos D Theobald of Grayson for the Com mittee Report of Grievance Committee John E DuBose of Bowl Ing Green Chairman Afternoon Session Mooting called to order at 280 p m of Committee on Legal j Education and Admission to the Bar Albert S Brandeis of Louis- villefi Chairman Discussion Ad dress Chief Justice J P Hobson Appellate Proceedings Discus sion Address Hon J H Hazel rigg of Frankfort Conflict of Federal and State Jurisdiction l Discussion Report of Committee Ion Necrology C B Seymour of Chairman t Evening Session Address Hon Joseph W Polk of Missouri The Friday June 23 Morning Session Meeting called to order at 10 oclock Appoint ment of Committee on Nomination of Officers Report of Committee on Law Reform S D Rouse of If Covington Chairman Discussion Address Hon John F Hager of Ashland Abstracting of Records Ii in the Court of Appeals Discus Blon Address Hon Watts Parker Of Lexington The Trial Judge Afternoon Session Meeting called to order at 280 oclock Report of Committee on Preservation of Records Emmet M Dickson of Paris Chairman Report of Committee on Promo tion of Local Bar Association Walker Hall of Covington Chair man Address Henry L Stone of Louisville Taxation Discussion Miscellaneous Business Election of Cflloers and Executive Committee Banquet at 780 oclock A FEARFUL FATE I It is a fate to have to en duce the terrible of Piles 1tIII can truthfully say writes of Mason villa la k that Blind Bleeding Itching t and Protruding Piles Bucklens Jy Arnica Salvo is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25o at all druggists CURES tf The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption Theltoo can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion t and a regular use of German Syrup Free in the mornings is made certain by German Syrup is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 75c A tall drug fgists yr r tqt t i w h i Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perf STEEL FENORWelded by Electricity Just the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultry + k SOWER doliveredlL fearful torture Colson for NOTICE TO SONS OF VET ERANS C S A At the meeting of the Sons of Veterans on Thursday afternoon it was resolved that those Sons of Veterans who wish to go to the Reunion nt Lpuisville must notify Mr Murray Browner of the Frankfort Drug Store by Month y afternoon so that can be made for them on tl e special train which will leave on Tuesday afternoon at 810 5 Those who wish to go should also apply to E Porter Thompson Jr for credentials He will also issue certificates where it is proper to do so for The next meeting of the Sons of Veterans will be held on Tuesday afternoon at oclock together with Thos B Monroe Post C S A which will be at the Court house at that hdur Those interested should not fail to bear this in mind vtiaThe famous little pills MISS GILTNERS MUSIC CLASS RECITALS- A series of recitals have been given during the week by the pupils of Miss Qiltuer showing the results of the years work l The class hus been quite large and includes some of the best talent in thcity The programs gave evidence of quite a degree of advancement in musical culture on the part of the pupils and some of these young musicians give promise of future success as musicians On Wednesday night Tune 7th at the home of Judge Hobson a very pleasing program was given by Miss Rachel Settle violin Miss Mary Belle Hobson piano Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick mandolin and Miss Anne Baker guitarOn Thursday night at the home of Dr J W Gayle a recital was given in which the ere Miss Virginia Nunn violin and piano Mr George Gayle violin Miss Mary Gayle piano Mr Isaac Locke mandolin and Friday afternoon and Fri day evening the general recital by nIl the pupils was given at the home of Mrs Ellen A Thomas DO IT TODAY Tho time worn Injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gon orally 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 perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedyithirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few clays will euro you deepieffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druglgsts lyr V Rrz1 t 0 Jt 1m v 0 HISTQRlCAL The Kentucky State Historical Society held a fine meeting on last Gov Beckham presided Ad dresses were delivered by Rev Win Crowe Hon L F Johnson and Societyhndous year of its existence Beautiful and select music was rendered by Mrs Jennie T Card well and the class of byProfthe musical directorate of Miss LucyChinnMiss Susie H Slaughter of Richmond Va of Gov Gabriel Slaughter presented a beautiful piece of silverware as a memorial of her Miss Slaughter was made an SocietyTaken Dr Cadys Condition Fowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arJ entrifuge They are not food fii 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle PROMOTION Master Joe Miller who has been in employe of the Western Telegraph Co for several has accepted a position graph operator and general utility clerk with the Frankfort and Ciu cinnati Railway to succeed MrII Joe Kernan Miller is a fine lad and wo are glad that he has a larger and better field for his labors NEW TOBACCO READY FACTORY On Monday morning the new tobacco factory of Messrs Gayle i Longmoor will begin operations Their stock of tobacco is already in the house and they will make a firstclass twist tobacco to be used either for chewing or smoking This is a home enterprise and we hope will meet with the home trade they have a right to look fur KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspep sin Indigestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tissues Gov G W Atkinson of W Va says I a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I ooonimond it to my friends Sold jy J W Gayle Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 160 88tf 1t f r 3 N tiJ rJ i II- Will Conform to the most uneven 4s- 1 l We also have Fertilizers beds Tarpaulins protecting your crops hClovex Timothy Blue Grass Orchard Grass Seeds Hardware Stoves Cements II COASSOCIATION SessiolGMeetln 1CLIMA expectoration ct tobacco C arrangements transportation arrangements Early Risers participants guitarOn yourIlungs Wednesday LongmoorThe graduating granddaughter grandfather uponthe pmhorsaand- LeQomnte Gayle- DESERVED UnionII promoted- Mr dl ground I t The YipI 9 99 0 gmiana V 1 2 A New Pattern In Sterling Silver t r r Spoons and Forks it In finishgray r v JfThis pattern is extremely reasonable tIIn price r And we are now ready t To show a full line If In Spoons Forks and FancyPieces Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this assortment tI I M A Selbert j r Reliable Jewe s i when ttKentucky Itbuild a Ihouse don t fuse green lumber Our LUMBER is seasoned t Hammond 6 CO T Jt cJo rjiip rIJL 8 ft 4 u fi RELIGIONS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Rev M B Adams D D the pm 4or will preach at 11 a m and S I rtpm subjectarrhe Spirit Guiding Into All The Truth 1 Evening subject Recognition Of Friends in the Future LifeI It Sermon requested by the Young Mens Barnoa Bible Class of the Baptist Church II I Owing to the commencement ex eroises of the Public School the 4prayer mooting will be at 7 tiT oclock p m on Wednesffay- Sundayschool 945 a m In the chapel Baraca Class at 945 taught by 1 the Pastor 1 Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 715 p me t Visitors cordially invited Seats II free va ASCENSION EPISCOPAL fCH1RCHRev A B Chinn rec ior Sunday June 11 Communionfa in and ser r mon- t 780 p m Prayer and Sermon i Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer t Friday 750 p m Bible study Teachers meeting at 715 1tt CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 3k C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will 680 p In LeaderMissElla Smoot Gospel Topic 1 Not Ashamed of the Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 in the chapel 4J The Junior Society will meet on y Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the Ilsj Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESYTERIAN JHURCHHev Wm Crowe the i andrSundays lhool at 980 a m Young Peopled Society at 680 1mPrayermooting Wednesday oven ing at 730 oclock Everybody Invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH 7n o v Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in HI h Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p lUIFIRST PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHRevJloClusk Way iipy U D the pastor will preach at Hi m and 7HO p SuiulayHohnol at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris n than End aver at 645 p Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 p mIMETHODIST CHURCH RevI J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 p m n Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m- Prayermootingl on Wodnosday evening at 745 LEESTOWN MISSIONMr Ed win Kagin of the Kentucky Pros SeminaryItown Mission Chapel every Sunday evening at 780 oclock A prayormoetinr will bo hold lIIOS0isummerBRIDGEPORT PRESBYTER AN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe will at 880 oclock Sunday Afternoon If ST JOHNS CHURCH There will be no services nit this church Sunday FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 9 and 10 Flyer Prices Will Be HOUSEHOLD OnLINENS SHIRT WAISTS SILK SUITS AND RIBBONS I This is a chance for your Commencement Dresses Remember our special Bargain Days are Friday and Saturday of each week S D JOHNSON CO Special Ribbon Sale SATURDAYi Monday we offer the same attractions in Silks that we have been offering for several weeks and recommend you see them early to get the good shades and styles 200 yards Novelty Silks cant be duplicated for 75c and 65c Our price 50c Silk Muslins in all shades 20c and upwards You will find our 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 lOc a yardand up both dots and stripes F T HEENEY C M BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper Pants Oils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 33311 IT A Policy in THE EQUITABLE LIFEI 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 TOYOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON IPREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE FIRMi Manager Frank C Hutchison Local RepresentativeJ I Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer Tho Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky handMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLLI216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Bug Mortality There will be an enormous increase in the death rate among bed bugs roaches and similar pests when more people discover the deathdealing qual itlfes of GAYLES BED BUG KILLER No bug ever escapes One application a year will under ordinaryconditions free your premises of all of kind of vermin two applications at mostFull 8 ounce bottie 25c A brush with every bottle Jul WGAVLEDruggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort KyII NEW ACADEMY FOR FRANK onllchidedHoycl Scenr A B a graduate a Kentucky University and Miss Katherine Elizabeth Scoarou late of Hamilton College Lexington hooouio proprietors of the Frankfort Academy Tho school building which is located at the corner of Second and Shelby streets will bo thoroughly overhauled repaired papered painted etc and mad attractive Tho now proprietors are prepared to teach thoroughly Latin French Gorman Greek Ill the English branches mathemat los etc as to prepare scholars for entrance into any of tho eastern Colleges They are uptodate in tho proposed curriculum and will conduct a high class school They will take possession about the loth ofluiyand all necnssary arrangements will bo made for tin opening of thu school early in Sep tember It is hoped that this now institu thou will be given a liberal anti sat isfactory patronage SERIOUS PALL Jesse Curbott one of tho in mates of tho Institute for Feeble minded Children from Hopkins county fell from one of the third story windows of that place und was badly hurt It is not known how Corbott came to fall as pre cautions are taken to prevent such ah accident 1ho lad had his hip dislocated and it is feared in ternal injuries occurred as he re mains unconscious Dr J W Hill the capablefinn accomplished Superintendent i rendering all necessary surgical attentionS Two 1 r Dyspeptics H you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle strength If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not hsrlrenough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsiif and noq enough Pancreatine Kodol- Dyspepsia Cure contains all tho digestive juices that art r found in a h lthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect vrdigestant but it is a reconstructive tissue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart ana Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the JiJ tissues and gives firm fleshAIJIIIDoUlbolho14I Prepared at the 4CoChlc LabIFor sale by J W Gayle drug gist ASK FOR TIE 1905 KODOL ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR iIt DeWIIt Little Early Risers r The famous little IfSOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Colone way 2425 r19Oklahomn1515round trip 2255 Enid 0 T ono way 1785 round trip 2255 iChiekasha 1r1 one way r 1880 round trip r2850 iiironm1way1i70Ft Worth Tex one til ay j19 TO round trip 2485 El Paso Tox one way SOOvround trip 1bSOJifSun Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tICkets will be sold at rates quoted above oniMarch 21 and round trip Home 1 seekers tickets on March 7th and t 3 21st via Southern Railway Cor t j respondingly low rates to other tpoints in the West told Southwest i For maps folders and complete fI1C T A Louisville Ipddross T V Crews T P A Lexing ton KyiILouisville Ky A IG B Allen A G P A StsMissouri td 81OASTOnXA1Beare Signature of The Ml fi THE ROUNDABOUTS DEPART f MENT OF HISTORY EDUCA 4 TION LITERATURE Success vs Failure Optimism as a factor In the general thirft and contentment of n people depends upon the local con surrounding them and the convenient facilities for carrying on the various avocations in which they are engaged The farmer the merchant the mechanic the school teacher each lahor In their differ ant callings and each is inde pendent of the otheras a special Interest and pursuit but each is also dependent in a greater or loss f degree upon the prosperity of the whole and all are dependent upon such friendly and favorable conditions and surroundings as will pro r duce the host returns for the time labor means and brains expanded This idea carried out gives to every producer and every special busi ness a community interest in the welfare of all Starting front such a vantage ground lot us notice what our county needs to place it In line with the most prosperous 4countiesand to place our people In the betterment of conditions socially financially and intel leotually Knowledge Is power As mental culture affords the greatest real enjoyment of life and as the education of the mosses is essential to the well being of so ciety and to the good order and prosperity of govern goodschoolsment so are a neces of the times and it is the duty of parents to prepare the children for the responsibilities of the hour If your son evidences mechanical tendency do not try to make a J lawyer out of him If your daugh ter prefers to make her own gowns a let her become an adept in the art Cultivate the boyswho loves to farm theres rich reward in store for him The soil has great effect Upon the individual and the farmer needs education more than he sus In this case opsimathy 1comes even up to the end of days and a book such as nature opens before his vision daily must read with thd keenest sense of recognizance and a devotion com mensurate with his love for the yourheart4 preferableCharley or care for the well i4 being of the old folks at home 5S than do this I was surprised and shocked to read in the papers of yesterday re garding the great army of women x to be graduated this June who will go out in to the busy mart as typevritersfollowing work leaving home to become breadwinners Who is to stay with mother and father in the old fashioned country home What is to become of the home ties its refining influence being essential to the wellbeing of every son and daughter of God Lot the restless activities be submerged in the quiet seclusion of this safe re maybeoomeas the globe trotter ever hoped to bet Optimism as n factor is as cer to cure the ills we have as we and adapt it to the conscious 5occasions of the hour It is as perfect a panacea for the t events of the qualifications needed Jr literary efficiency and the educational attainments of the law as it is In the lonely ranch militarybnrracitobserved this genuine wholesouled attribute In the recent convention of teachers assembled In the House of Representatives discussing the public school supervision and the results to be obtained from legislation The meeting was satisfactory from many viewpoints principal among them being the earnest consecra tion of united purpose in maid for the cause of education in Ken tucky The Governor himself being in touch with the movement and promising aid in the adjust ment or supervision of a coadjutor They are slaves most base Whose love of right is for thorn solves And not for all the race and the optimism of success is in great measure one of the rewards accruing as a beneficent factor in the lives of those who work The failure of the individual is the fault of the individual and as the groat poet wrote Tis not in mortals to command t success But well do more Sompronius well deserve it N S COX May 1905 3 genuineLaxative the remedy that cures a cold In one day POSTPONED We stated in our last issue that the Hermitage Distillery No4 of W A Gaines Co would shut down on Monday Owing to further orders received this was postponed For the Roundabout GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN ONLY 0110rj0111 This Interrogation was accom panied by a familiar slap on my shoulder and turning I met face to face a friend whom I had not soon for years Why Jack old fellow 151111 with hand clasps of boyish delight It was an unexpected meeting at a small water station on the P- It in the mountains of Kentucky where I had stepped from n fright to catch a passenger train hack to Junction City Como homo with 1110r10111 I live only a tulle from here You may take your hack train next youlikeAs we drove alone the rough road in the twohorse wagon talking over the changes since schoolmates at Lexington University in 187JJ we last saw each I noticed how visagedhollOWOl greyhaired ho seemed 0 mo an old old man and I wondered what had broken the heart as well as thee physical strength of the handsome fellow who was once the pride in our debates and flAld sports as well as being the favorite among our girl friends- I had loved him devotedly but like many other friend he had passed into the realm of shadows ruggedhmsmy very soul ached for him with a sense of forboding as strange as it was prophetic I felt as if I had met death face to face In the shadows and he had conquered fate My life since Jack and I had separated had been full of events and he listened to the recital with quiet lips and averted eyes taughtinnow engaged in soiling hardware Geoigetuwn still holding bachelors quarters at What about your life Jack You remember you were to be at the head of a great literary institut ton making a name for our old Alma Mater Are you married He evaded my question as he drew rein before a rough log cabin clean and spotless from whitewash and surubblngITall forest trees surrounded the unpretentious dwelling There was no fencing but the place seethed alive with chickens and pigs A child was playing with a small black puppy and both ran to meet us girl crying fader fader then hiding behind the wheel as I stopped to caress her while the puppy ran yelping under the porch CynthiaTellme to spend the night As the messngehurarms kissing her repeatedly A a she ran away ho said Little children keep yourselves from idols und I read his heart history without the telJintr Go in the cabin Tom Do not mind how my wife greets you but for our sake overlook all things and make yourI belf at homeHis hospitality was unconventional to say the least but I walked into the small en trance and stood before the dour without knocking Why I failed to todayPresentlyopen doorway the face of a woman Time saddest sweetest face I over 81IHair as black as night low coiled slenIdercalico relieved at throat by a band claspedInas a welcome friend Laud not as an intruder She spoke no word but pointed to a small door which I en tered finding a room fitted up with some conveniences unexpected anti an atmosphere of home Strips smIa pair peoullnrItowels a hanging mirrow One chair raw haired bottomed and the small window without sash with a shutter was protected by a blue checked calico curtain After I hud washed I heard the voice of Jack calling mo to spper N S Cox Continued in our next SOUGHT AS A PUBLIC DOCUMENT J S MoLuin author of Alas ka anti the Klondike accom panied tho senatorial committee that went to Alaska in 1008 and it is from letters that he wrote to his own paper Time Minneapolis Journal during time time he was traveling about Alaska that his book hue been compiled The members of the senatorial com getMrpublished as a Senate document and in a letter urging him to do this one of the Senators said that the committee considered the hook one of the most valuable theyknew DOCTOR WALLACE GIVgSI NEW ARGUMENT Alfred Russell Wallace in an appendix which appears only in ofIbrought out adds an important argument to his that man is the only thinking being in crenI tion and that he and his word are tho cotter of the universe This argument is based entirely on tho theorv of evolution and is the strongest support to his idea that Doctor Wallace has yet produced It is stated that the famous thinker now dean in the realm writinghisAPPOINTED SPECIAL COMMISSIONER Mr Rousseau Truer janitor of the public building has been ap pointed by U S District Judge A M J Cochran Special Commissioner to make sale of some flOOUO acres of land lying in Magofiin county The sale will be made at Salyersville on Monday June 25 County Court day This is a compliment to a hustling and de serving man- Everybodys liable to itching piles Rich mid poor old and youngterrible the torture they suffer Only one sure cure Doans Ointment Absolutely safe cant fail DRIECT ROUTE TO PACIFIC COAST The Chicago Union Pacific North Western Line with two fast through trains per day is the direct route to the Pacific Coast over the only double track rail way between Chicago and the Mis souri River The Overland Lim ited electric lighted daily train less than three days en route The best of everything Low rates choice of routes Book lets maps and full information sent on receipt of 4 cents in T1M AND MAIL IT trrfl The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bccnj1Jin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of JItand has under per fAllowAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment r What is CASTORIA Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears Signature of 1 ITheh Billions 13111 the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Uouldnt wako hint if you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly ho started wakin t Evry morn when day vnQ break ing- Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats time an swer been made his 1 the IN MAD CHASE If Millions rush in mad chase after i ofbfaddiem At21KingsawayPrompt 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roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during September a and October which give an unusual chance for settlerssto make the trifftdfcva minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 7oo via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railwaysf FILL IN THIS COUPON TODAY rlHiTv j W B KNISKERN P T M C NW Ry Chicago Ill r Please mall free to my address California booklets maps and full particulars concerning rates and train service tf