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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1rrr i1iI THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 11 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEVS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 17 1905 N1 41 TAN OXFORDS ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON fcHE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer shoe Tan is the coolest leather that can be wornthe softest and easie st on the feet Many exclusive styles here including several of the seasons fad I the sailor tie Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie welted soles medium heel and toe Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe 350 300 300 Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords t 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 val riety of Russia calf welt oxfords lor street wear tTIJe southern tie is 4TheQueen Quality Tan Oxfords Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles jn Russia calf welted sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici flexible Prices Jlight I Laird Schober Cos are the only womens fine shoes in the country They are in any especially in daintiness of style flexibility and ease to the feet and superb fitting qualities shoesespechillyin lines to insure a pleasing selection and perlectfit RKMcCLURESON 212214 S Clair Street Ky f IMPORTANT DECISION In all the circuit courts of this sectipn indictments have been found recently charging the Standard Oil Co with peddling without license from their wagons and each sale has boon charged as a separate offense The aggregate amount of the fines assessed under these indictments would foot up an immense sum of One case Was taken to the Court of Appeals by that company In an opinion handed down by Judge Barker on Tuesday that court holds that the fine can only be assessed once in a year and that each separate sale is not the basis for a separate indictment This is a very important ruling and outs out a big lot of ments Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIgMte what you cat r J welt oxfords with soles with soles both money indict CLOSED DOWN FOR SEASON Tim celebrated Hermitage Dis tillory of W A Guinea Co No4 shut down for the season on Wednesday morning last This distillery makes superb bourbon and rye whiskies and its reputation is as widespread as the country BUYS A FARM ICUlt C W Merchant watch purlnear the Louisville pike and known as the Davy Smart placeThe place is a nice one loud con vonient to the city being only two and a half miles out Dr Wenrert Treatment Synp for the blood Cent for akin orsptttM 5 250 and 3 practically unequalled respectbut Frankfort THE KIND OF RAIN THE OLD FARMER PRAYED FOR The rains of Sunday commend ing at 1 a in of that morning downpoutbetween still later at 580 p m wore what the old farmer prayed for ground soakers clod mashers and gully washersOne a half inches of rain yotobnocoye wheat raisers growled You can not please everybody no mat ter what you do Its a mistake to imagine tha itching piles cant be ouredn mistake to suffer a day longer than you can help Doans Oint ment brings instant relief and permanent cure At any drugstore 50 cents rAtrt I V ti tiaIo NARROW ESCAPE Mr Jas J Fitzgerald of Louis ville but formerly with the Allen Bradley Co of this city had a narrow escape from death by a railroad accident in Utahwhile en route to the Grand Council of Knights of Columbus at Los An nndIembankment breaking Mr Fitz geralds left arm and nose Surgeons attended his injuries and he is rapidly recovering 5 His many friends here rejoice at his escape I THE BEST BAND THERE The Second Regiment Cornet Band of this city left on Tuesday evening to attend the Confederate Reunion in Louisville This band has improved right along and is now conceded to be the be t band in the old State It was selected to play not only in tin big parade of Wednesday but for the big ball on Thursday night out of more than twenty bands who were competitors for th honor SyrupParlies for the ildn HOUSE BROKEN INTO atjjLockupon the return of Lockkeeper McCracken on Tuesday to hay been broken into and a number of articles stolen The police are investigating the robbery You can save money in buying your Staple Dry Goods from Kagin Bro SMALL BLAZE QUICKLY PL OUT On Tuesday night as Mr Camp bell Johnson was passing the tailor shop of Mr Lawrence Mau discosgoredout without turning in an alarm IOures croup sore throat pul monary troubles Monarch over pain of every sort Dr Thomas Eclectvio Oil GOES BACK TO CINCINNATI IMr J W Marksbury of this city former editor of the Ken tacky Journal line gone io Cin cinnati to live and line alepte a position upon the Commercial Tribune Mr Marksbury is a clover und competent man fo newspaper work His family vi follow him to Cincinnati in the fall Extra values in Unbleached Cotton a yard wile at 5c at C K gin Bro CONVENTION SPLIT The Democratic Convention of he Maysvillo Judicial District to L1nutnwealtlisthe late Hon Edward Damn met at Maysville on Wednesday and split wide open It is said that the trouble arose over the terBlacklnirn Senatorial race OLOSM CALL A gentleman by the name of boingldlledstable at the Saudi Distillery on Sunday hiring the storm It was a close call- w LOUIStIt looks as though all roads lea Everybodye Reunion 1 i if I ALL THE NEWEST Shirt Waists Are to be seen here in the newest patterns of thee most fashionable fabrics made with unusual care and fit as wellas 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 rand embroidery extra nice 100 Also other values 150 to 10 Shirt Waist Suits CYou will find hero a large assortment to choose from LinenTWALKING SKIRTS We still have a nice Tot to1 pick from Remember our Skirts are made by the best tailors which insures perfect workmanship Ex tra values at 500 and upwards LadiesTallor MadeSultstYou can buy a Tailored costs now 750Quits that wore 25 now 1250IOur special sole of MusIlin Underwear will con tinue only a fow days lon securbeIvalues offered 11reIXo 4143 St Clair St At Bridge EYE HCRT Miss Helen ORear the hand some daughter of Judge E C ORear had the misfortune to l injure her loft eye by striking the 1sume against a mantel Surgical 11ORenlReadytoWearBro ASSIGNEES NOTICE ngninstIproven as required by t beforepersons indebted to Mrs L F theIsettle same immediately BIXLER404tee Jt I t J l AVZSJr s PERSONAL Mrs Virginia Jett visited relatives in Louisville this week Rev O L Powers visited friends 3n Louisville this weekr Mrs T B Newman is visiting her parents in New Albany Ind Mr Thos H Stagg went to Lexington on Thursday Mr Ed J Colaman went to o Louisville on Mondhy Rev C J Nugent of Bloomfield was in the city on Monday Mrs C E Merrill of Lexington i was in the city Saturday Miss Eloise Booe and Miss Able TVells spent Saturday in Louisville Mr Howard Taylor went to Louis 1wIlie on Sunday Miss Mary Watts Brown spent Sunday with friends in Eminence Rev poR Hudson left Monday miorning a tour of Europe Mr A H McClure returned Fri night from Eastern Kentucky fMr Walter Crady visited his baby at Buffalo Larue county this week Mrs Eugene Craig of Woodford county was in the city Wednesday Mrs Jno E Miles attended the reunion in Louisville this week Mrs Thos Rodman Jr visited friends in Louisville Mr Jas N Miles of Lexington visited relatives here this week r Mr Thop P Rogers has returned from a trip to New York City Gen Fayette Hewitt went to Louisville on Tuesday Mr C Fugazzi and wife visited relatives in Georgetown this week ITudge T R McBeath went to Louisville on Tuesday Mr Paul Morgan returned from Cincinnati at noon on Monday Kliss Emma Cleo Eubank is visit i ng Miss Sue Poynter at Duckers Mr Paul Burnam of Richmond t Ms visiting friends here Mr John M Gayle of Columbus Ky is the guest of relatives here Dr J W Gayle went to Indian apolis Ind Thursday Sheriff A G Jeffers left Thurs day for Oklahoma Mr Jas R Shaw of Jetts visited Hn Louisville this week n Mrs R Ferguson visited relatives Mn Louisville tins week Rov J O A Vaught visited friends in Louisville this week Mrs Belle Glltner of Bourbon county is visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Second street Rev John H Burdin of Mt Eden attended the closing exercises of the City Schools this week Judge W H Sneed and wife left Thursday for St Louis Mo to visit Mr Sam D Winter and wife Miss Margaret A Lewis was the guest of Mrs Nancy Browder Stucky in Louisville yesterday Miss Mary WilMams is visiting friends at Switzer and will remain tfor two weeks Mr JaR F Mbok of St Louis j Mo was the guest of relatives here this week Misses Pattie and Sallie Thom pson are their sister Mrs Mitchell at Greenville Tenn Mr Edgar E Hume Jr of Cen tral University Danville is at Miomtf for the summer Miss Margaret Collins of JJln1 coin Ills is test of Dr J r S Collins and wifeIMrs Chas and Miss Eliza Newton are at Drennon Miss SprinrHILaura French visited Mrs J T Gaines at Crescent Hill this week k t f j it X fiJJ Ll 4IIfft For the warm period we are displaying a complete and nobby line of stllumel clothes in suits of 5 to X25 Our twopiece suits possess tailoring style and comfort Just the thing for warm weather I I IMiss Pollard of Keeno N H is of Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill CinchisFarmer near Farmdale Miss Merritte Jones of Richmond was the guest of Rev Wm Crowe this week Mrs Waller H Lewis attended the Confederate Reunion in Louisville this weekItended the Confederate Reunion in LouisvilleCol G Fetter Public Printer of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday vlslteflrriendsweek Indianapolisweek Z Mr Frank D Bull of Mississippi visited his mother Mrs S C Bull this week Mrs Mattie Matthews and Miss Mary Todd visited friends at Pewee Valley this week KentuckyAvenue tives in Louisville Mrs R R Wilson and Mrs R B Colvin returned Thursday from Cynthiana daughterrelatives in Louisville Mrs John W Gaines has returned from a visit to Mrs Lizzie M Wal cutt at Lakeland Mr H G Overstreet of Owene biro was the guest of Mr R G Higdon South Side on Wednesday Mr R G Higdon attended the Confederate Reunion on Wednes day returning home that night Mr John W R Williams has gone MemphisTenn Mr W A Bull of Greenville Miss was the guest of his mother Mrs S C Bull this week Mrr Geo L Payne returned from French Lick Springs on Wednesday Mr Chas T Thomason of Ens ley Ala visited friends in this city his old home this week visitingherOwenton Editor D B Wallace of the War saw Independent was a visitor here this week Rev T F Taliaferro attended the Confederate Reunion in Louis villeMiss Ruby Armstrong attended the Confederate Reunion at Louis villeMr Howell Scott of El Paso Texas visited his parents Col Jaa A Scott and wife this week Miss Lizzie Chinn Hunt of Green ville Miss is the guest of Misses Chinn Shelby street Ol1icngoiIIIfriends here has returned home Mr Sid Wilkerson of VenusITexas visited friends week Dr V Williams went to Lou isvillo this week to attend the Re unionMr I Davis attended the wed SIDavisBroom Works returned Wednesday from a trip as far South as Mexico Mrs John G Rogers and laugh atlBigMr day from Central University Dan ville Mr Con A Nelson left this week for Eastern Kentucky on business for W A Gaines Co K ii tr commencement 1lInuon1polis Hot Weather Bulletin summer shirts unsurpassed quality Neat nobby patterns 50c 150 We Exclusive Agents W Douglas Shoes X300 Lot of OddfillSmallJUST OUT Every man is entitled to a square dealPresident Roosevelt My Own Story BYICaleb PowersThis book is a calm dispassionate account from the standpoint of the man most interested of the conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebel of Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity his murder It his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the of 1899 the election the shooting of Goebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance the of Caleb Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy 12mo Cloth Ornamental Cover At Booksellers- Mr Powers has a substantial cash interest in every copy sold of Own Story AGENTS WANTEDWrite for liberal terms The BobbsMerrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Miss Jane Watson attended the at Central University Danville this week Mrs M A Selbert has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Kellar in Cincinnati Mrs C Gran Graham of Coving ton is the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas on Logan street Miss Lottie Newbrandt of Cincin nati was the guest of Mrs P D Arnold South Side this week Mrs H B Innes and daughter Miss Hannah visited friends in Louisville this week Col Jno F Davis and wife at tended the reunion in Louisville this Wm M Saffell and daughter Miss Todd left for Louisville on Wednesday morning Mr Julian Tilford wife and child visited relatives in Louisville this weekJudge W H Snood Su nday with relative Mr Coleman Sneed in LaGrange- Mr Russell S Penn of George town College returned home Satur dayMr John M Bull wife and son LOUiSjvilleson Grutz on Saturday to visit her parentsMr T Leavy of Greenville Texas visited his parents Capt Sum Leavy and wile this week aunt Mrs lieu Mrs E G Nlcowaner of Pitts burg Pa who line boon visiting her parents Dr N J Saw ler mid wife returned home MouduyI Rev J O A Vaught mid daugh ter Elizabeth have returnod from a visit to his mother Mrs Anno Vaught at Harroduburg Mr Julian loft Monday morning for Cincinnati whore he will be engaged in electrical work during vacation at State College tdI A Our line of are in style fit and anti to Are for L 350 One and in covers conventions cafe al My Ind spent his Chine IMIss Charlotte Newbrandt of Cin who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Alma Barrett has gone to Shelbyville Mr John H Morris of Woodford county was called here Sunday by tho illness of his brother Mr Wm S Morris Mr Church Berryman wife and child of Anniston Ala are uests of his sister Mrs W H Todd Street PoseyI I Mr John B Liudsey Jrt Pascagoular Miss was the of his parents B Lindsey and wife this week Mr Frank Chinn Mr Alex W Maoklin and Mr W J Lewis at tended the Confederate Reunion in LouisvilleMr Smith of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of Mr Buford Hendrick and wife has re turned home Mrs W W Longmoor who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W T Handy at Cynthiann has returned home Miss Maggie Quin of Lexington was the guest of her sister Mrs W G Goodwin Third street on SundayMr Hobson who has been attending Washington and Lee University Va is at home for the vacationMr F Wood of the Collectors oflloe Lexington visited is brotherinlaw Mr Andrew Trumbo on Tuesday Mrs J M Gossett and son Mr R C GosHott of Deversporr Okht are guests of her brother Mr O C Haelrigg on Washington street Dr Edgar Church of Weathers ford Texas visited his mother Mrs Mary Church Main street South Side this week Rev J A Burns and Rev H L MoMurray of Oneida Ky are guests of Rev Dr M Ili Adams this week Mr H T Demaroe of Henry county Mo who has been the guest of his brother Dr O B Demaree has returned home i iUimirfWIJII IIKILLIIWITH I I FOR Dr Kings I II II Now Discovery cONSUMPTION J60cBarest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK lIHv Mr W J S Davis wife and chil dren of Lagootee Ind visited hisVparents Col J F Davis and wife this week Mr John Zeigler attended com mencement at Central University Danville his alma mater this weekDr Louise Trigg Lady Assistant AsylumE Hobbs Taylor and baby visited her parents Mr Chas Lang and wife in New Albany Ind this week daughterMissare guests of Judge E C ORear t and wife Shelby street Mrs March of Lexington who has been the guest of Mr Grant L Roberts and wife has returned homeHon Cromwell Adair and wife who have been of Mr Geo lleftRev Father Taafle of PortlandjKy was the guest of Rev Father Thos S Major and his sisterinlaw Mrs Anna Taatfe this week Mrs Ed Owen of Franklin Tenn and Mrs Lillie Dennis of Nashville are guests of Mrs Hugh Merchant South Side Dr Henry Williamson of Boone county has been visting his father Mr J H Williams corner of Fourth and Logan streets this week Mr W S Gayle and Mr J M Gayle of Columbus Ky were guests of Mr R Henry Gayle this weekMr Samuel E Hutton wife and laughter have gone to Cincinnati to reside Mr Hutton having pur chased a homo thereVMrs Jno L Phythian Sr of Newport who has been visiting relatives here returned home on of State H V McChes ney who was called to Smlthland by the illness of his mother has re turned home Mr Edwin Karin attended com mencement at Central University Danville his alum mater this Margaret Hardaway and Miss Fannie Hardaway of Meade county were guests of Mrs A G Jeifers this week Mrs J M Cossett and Mr R C Cossntt of Davenport Okla aro guests of Mr C C Hazolrigg and family Washington street Mrs DaVid Vanarsdall of Har rodsburg who has been the guest of her soninlaw Mr Marvin D Averill returned home Monday morningMrs C Hodgkin and Mrs Hattio Baxter of Winchester who have boon guests of Judge R LGaines Ewing street loft Tuesday morning for Louisville Capt Robert L Russell of Luf kin Texas formerly of this city came to the Confederate Reunion but stopped off en route to visit relit tives and friends here 1 4 DEATH5J- IFIELDS At the Stewart mo on Monday Mr T B JE Fields aged 7 7 years after a h lingering illness Mr Fields was a prominont i citizen of Fayette county and StowIIone son and two daughters Mrs W L il Graddy and Mrs R E Brock all of Woodford county to mourn f his death The remains were taken to Lex ington for interment ie 86 inches wide silks for Shirt xWaist Suits worth 125 fort fr 100 at C KAGIN BRO 41lttl t IN MEMORIAM If In loving remembrance of our dear sister Sue Sanford who died Ir November 25 1902 Sister gone but not forgotten Never will her memory fade Sweetest thought will ever linger Around the grave where laved We loved her ah yes we loved her her hestfcI A gentle voice said come j And with farewell unspoken l She calmly entered home wi It was hard to part with her dletmeet her sweet e byeM P t r DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COM MITTEE TO MEET tThe Franklin County Demo i Committee has been called together by Chairman J D Grif fin for Tuesday next June 20 to hear and determine the contest over the Democratic nomination for Representative between Col E H Taylor Jr and Mr L F Johnson under the order of the 4Court of Appeals Illinois Central rrt Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No leaves 9 m Arrives 715 n m New Orleans Special No 10- 2Leavos201 p m Arrives 5 pm No Local Mail No Leaves 720 a m Arrives 465 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate polnb Connection to and from Klizaboth townHodgenvilleund HopklnsvUle except no service to Hodgen ivine Stops at all stations Accommodation No Leaves 480 m A r ives 965 a m For Central City Connecting service to onfiru American setsn every figurew SUSPENDER SKIRTSAre the stylish fad just now We have them in Silk or Mohair very pretty effects 600 to 1500 SKIRTS For Shirt Waists of Scotch Mixtures Panama or Mohair continually receiving the new effects Exceptional value at 500 Panama or Voile Dressy Skirts 800 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 see these 40 in White Lawn at lOc 12c India Linen at lOc 30 in Persian Lawn at 15c 46 in Sheer French Lawn at 35c I WHITE MADRAS SHIRTINGS 32 in Striped Madras for Mens Shirts 15c 32 in Striped Madras for Mens Shirts 18c MARR lED SAUFLEYBAt G IMANIn Stanford on Wednesday Mr Shelton M Saufley editor of the Kentucky State Journal and Miss Cleo Baughman were married by Rev Wm Saufley father of the groom Mr Saufley is a bright ener getic and hustling mHmber of the press His bride is a very popu lar and attractive tidy We tender our congratulations upon the good fortune which has come to our brother in the fra ternity DAVISROSENBERG Louisville on Thursday Dr Maurice S Davis of Lexington and Miss Olga Rosenberg of Louisville were married by Rabbi Enlow Dr Davis is a fine young physi cian a son of Mr I Davis of this city His bride is a hand some and accomplished young ladyWe tender our congratulations PLRSONALS Continued Mr Charles Pilkington and Mr John Pilkington are spending the holidays with their parents Mr A Pilkington and wife Campbell street Mrs JaR F Montgomery and sons Mrs Withrow and Miss Mary WIthrow left Tuesday for Lewis burg W Vu to spend a month or more Mr N M Crutcher and daughter Mrs Fred Smith and Miss Mame Crutcher of this county attended the Confederate reunion in Louis ville this week Maj W E Hunt and Mr Flour noy Hunt of Greenville Miss visited relatives horo this weak after attending the Confederate Re union Miss Bettie Nelson of Salvisa and Mr William Nelson of Louis ville spent Sunday in this city the guests of their uncle Mr C C Furr on Third street Mr Albert Gresham formerly of Indianapolisin this city after an absence of twelve years Mr C Combs Furr who has had charge of a force of linemen for tte East Tennessee Telephone Co near spentSundaystrreet WASHINGTON CITY SELECTED Washington City has been agreed upon as the place for the meeting of the peace commission of Russia and Prance Both na tions agreed to the selection S FARMER LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending June 17 1005 Ahel Sam- Bedinger Mrs W L Bowman Mrs Dollie Brooks WalterICaptain General Frankfort Camp Carr Mrs Mary Clements Ralph Cook Nebie Fielder Algin 2 Gragg Hank Greenup Thos Guthrie Miss Mary C Hampton Cecil Handy M O H Henry Miss Maria Langebrake Hutlord Owen W W Poatton Mrs Eliza Pfeifler John Ruggle Herman Roberts Henry Robinson Mrs Emma Santi Carhone Scully Mrs John- SecyVLiquor Trades A G The Editor Pub Co Thompson M V Tinder W O Tudor Jim Turner D B Wilson Col Ed H Woods Mrs Laura E Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M CARDOME COMMENCEMENT For the accommodation of per sons desiring to attend the Com mencement exercises at Cardome on Monday June 19th the train on F C leaving Frankfort at 1280 noon will carry a coach and stop at Cardome at 145 p m to let off passengers The westbound evening passenger train will stop at Cardome at 680 p m to take on passengers return ing to Frankfort Fare for round- trip from Frankfort will be 1 Ladies Walking Skirts the best styles undn large selection to choose from at 450 upwards 41lt C KAGIN BRO =TORTURE OF A PREACHER The story of the torture of Rev BaptlttChurohwill interest you He saysUsuffered agonies because of a per sistent cough resulting from the grlrI to sleep sitting up in tried many remedies with out relief until I took Dr Kings ConsumrtlonCoughs cured my cough and saved me from consumption A grand cure for diseased condition of Throat and Lungs At all druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle freoIra OLD TAYLOR I THE PREMIER KENJTUCKY WHISKEYr E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors l Frankfort Kentucky t i 4A r I I DRESS GOODS AND SILKS j 38 in all wool Black Voile SOc 42 in fine Black Voile 100 SILKS The Silk Waist Suitings at 48c are your attention because they are underpricedi36 in Black Chiffon Taffeta equal to any reg ular 125 Silk- CARPETS AND MATTINGS Now demand your attention We will make a special offering in Wool Ingrain Carpels at 40c This is a rare opportunity to get higlass Wool Carpet at price ot Cotton Union lA FOOLISH PLAN hourbecause I indigestionbiliousness anemia emaciation acid neuralgia in various parts of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail theydofIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of people who look mis persistinQWhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustFlowerconstipation and all stomach ills gAugust Flower gives new life to the insures healthy stoolsIqTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggist u 12c Berkely Cambric for per yard at C Kagin Bros 1001 411 BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA tAND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars P lace Drawing Room Sleeper AIvCor4thnndJrarkethta Ix ulvU II DO IT TODAY InijuHctionNever you can do todayis now gen Doitthnthaoklnwith which you have been strug remedyfor Syrupwhich oritcough or cold anti its continued use for a few days will cure ouC doepseat1 yourlungs beroreIntrialbottlesall drugigsts lyr Vnmors Rust Proof Corsets Shirt 100 a a CASTORIA IFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the of ONLY 125 TO CINCINNATI AND RETURN t rOn Sunday June 18 there will iCincinnutiC Ry and Q C Ry for the low rate of 125 round trip The i train will leave this city at 7 a in sharp and returning will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m thecbaseball between the Cincinnati Club and the great Boston Beaus Eaters 402t THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST An Independent NewspaperIAT THE RATE OF ONLY I CSCP1111 MONTH BY MAIL fAdepartment for everybody FAIREST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES CJBESTBEST HOME NEWStBEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONE PEAR 3Of1lSIX MONTHS THREE MONTHS ONE MONTH Sample cory if you wish 125tAddress Circulation THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky 100TheThe Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper 30V 500TheKODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE Digests all classes of food tone anddigestivesin Indigestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood healthtiand strength Kodol Cure rebuilds wornout tissues 1 Gov G W Atkinson of W says have used a bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Vajand have found it to be a effective and indeed a remedy for stomach ailments I SodbPLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNINC BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS 1 SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN ur stock is from the strains in EGGS 15 FOR Hill SEggsgreatestegglayinp 150rThorn POULTRYSYARDS Eugene t Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky OIdPhone No 333U 166m rte THeFianUoiiRoimdaBoiit fintercil at the postolHco nt Frankfort Ken tacky assccon cluss inailable matter EO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 17 1905 E CLOSING OF THE CITY SCHOOLS The city schools were closed this Weekafter one of the most suc cessful years of their history On Monday and Tuesday he exorcises of the grades wero held in th school buildings Exhibits were made of the work of the scholars t t anda great deal of it was ofn 3iigh order of excellence reflecting 4t credit both upon scholars aiu teachers The buildings were i filled with well pleased patrons daysr class of the high j j school held their exhibition at the Opera House on Tuesday evening t It was a most enjoyable affair in lit every way and was entirely free C from lon and tiresome waits h The songdand recitations were L well rendered and very catchy j The tableaux were dreams of at Leauty and quickly rendered ft whole exercises only being on iour and a half from commence ment to close A packed house Itgreeted the exercises We append i program Chorus Lovely Flowers Class Recitation Bobby Si ShattoeMiss 4JhorusAll Hail Land of the Free Class Hesitation The Village GosJMiss Shipp InterludeA beautiful drill of twenty little girls heartily enJ i coredEssayThe Man uf JMISS Chorus Flower SongClass- RecitationAux Italiens biMissRodman IMusic Selected Miss Mary Gibbons Recitation and Tableaux The Day Dream Tennyson Miss Hamilton and Class Scene 1 The Curse of theIWicked Fairy Misses an i Roberts Mr Shea Berry Har per Virgie Goodrich Brownie 1TrumbuMusic Selected Prof Graham Scene II The Fulfillment of the Curse Misses Roberts andI Rodman jNIusic Selected Miss Gibbons Scene III The Sleeping Palace Cren1shavevan Messrs Shea Culbertson I Kenney and Kirk scene IV The Arrival of the 1I PrinceMr Abbett Conclusion 5S l 0n Wednesday evening the iithei A tremendous crowd filled the Jhouse from pit to dome k The entertainment was a model one in all respects There was no dullness and drag in the affair hut from the opening to the close it was filled with snap and vigor Prof J H Fuqua delivered the class address and in an able man tier gave some excellent advice to the class about to enter upon lifes duties Then Superintendent H C McKee delivered the diplomat lfi and awarded the scholarship Dr U V Williams in a witty l speech in which he laid stress upon the old Daniel Webster 3 Ispellill book and upon correct ness with which all who were so fortuimto as to have used it Hlldi still to Iifitwith the gold inndal he had tiered J1vacation nIfstrength us- eScotts Emulsion tsummer as in winterISend for JSCOTT BOWNE Chemists Street New and 100 all druggists YorkI rJ J Motheii Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that medicines have cured little girl of Shecammencalhavmgtliemeat age she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a mild form He did her no good either She was so nervous she could walk As had foundlGiving it to my child I gave her in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervouness and we her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture in law lost her reason and effectsIvine cured her M sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you much fur our good media cines and kind advice I dont hink there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out in Arkansas MRS HANNAH BARKETT Arke and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad for the best ortheopist in the city school Rev William Crowe awarded a prize to the person writing the best essay and this was captured by Miss Stella NeathertonThe prize a scholarship atJ Oxford College Ohio was awarded Miss Verlie Kenney Miss Nora Marshall won the second Miss Aubyn Chinn and Miss Agnes Hubbard also won scholarships which were scholarships at Ken tucky State College as did Mr Peyton Hobson which was a scholarship at Washington and Lee The following is the list of the graduates Misses Eloise Nute Booe Aubyn Chinn Mary Stuart Hamilton Agnes Elizabeth Hub bard Virlie May Kenney Eleanor Pearce Marshall May Grace Tobin Alcie Wells Messrs Clarence PeytonHobsonThe program was Chorus= List the Trumpets Meyerbeer Class 1ofJVocalSummer Birds ijMiss jlStuartMyWindowMiss Tobin OrationThe Ameri Ideacan Ir Hobson Instrumental Duet Spanish Dance Moshowski Misses Booo and Wells Song and Chorus Light and GU Gounod Misses Hub bard and Marshall Messrs Haydon Wash and Class HIFuqua ScholnrshipsSuptH SpellingDr HistoryRoySong and Chorus Good Night JBenediction Frankfort is to be congratulated fibeenn her public schools The year closed has been one of more usual success The Superin tondont and teachers have labored onlyIhow to put tho things taught into use in every day life C randof tho AchoolsJ1Tho audience were enthusiastic in applause und departed pleased with tho evenings ontorr tainment Ladies Tailor Made Suits at half price at C Kagin Bros peWitta Little Early Risers The famous little pills t t 1 p STEHLIN PREMIUMS Geo H Stehlin The Furniture and Carpet Merchant offers pre miums cash in gold as follows For the best Fiddler any age by ear only 2 for the first pre mium Jjil for the second pre miumContest to begin at 080 a in on the morning of the Fourth of JulyContestants to play at will dur ing the day on the platform erected by Mr Stehlin directly in front of his furniture store The contest to be decided at 480 p m when tho cash premiums will bo paid over to the winner by Mr Stehlin personally The judges to decide this con test will be selected as follows The Secretary of the Fourthof July Celebration to select the first judge Mr Stehlin the sec ond and the two judges selected will select the third judge Entries for the above prizes must be recorded at the store of Geo H Stehlin before 3 oclock July 3 caS T eJ4Bears 8ignatnre ofI A THOSE RED CEDAR SHINGLES Messrs Hammond Co the lumber merchants have just re ceived another big consignment of those State of Washington Red Cedar Shingles which lay over anything yet seen here Any quantity of these shingles measure 14 15 and 16 inches wide and are warranted not to warp Persons needing shingles should by all means see these before buying THAT OLDTIME FAIR We are in receipt of the catalogue of that oldtime and enjoyable fair of the Lawrenceburg Fair Association It will begin- on Tuesday August 15 and continue four days and each day will be packed full of enjoyment for hospitalitygion is well known and all who attend can be assured of having a time that will be remembered as among the most pleasant of their lives a BUYS A HOME Mr A W Nazor one of the internal revenue force has purchased the comfortable frame house of Mrs Lottie McKee Mor on Fourth Avenue and will possession at once The which is a good one is pri a te THANKS Our thanks are due to our old time friend Mr Joe Tracey of Pea Ridge for an abundant supply of delicious cherries In addition he brought a boqiiet ofcher iries which hung as thick as they on the branches It made an attractive display Mr Tracey will please accept our thanks THE MARSHALL CAMP The old Riverside Park has this season been made a pretty fishing camp by Mr Ed Marshall With sleeping tent provision tent and kitchen all nicely arranged clean and in order and located in a healthful grove th presents a tempting retreat his friends With trot lines out for bottom shing blind drifts made for fishing and Henry Gayle Islchief cook the camp must of a necessity be a RucceSHIF C Commencing Monday Juno 5th 90i tho morning train on the I Ry will leave Frankfurt in Instead of I f0 as IWlotcl1 oro and will loavo Georgetown at a m This train will arch 0 Paris at 750 a m and connect celltlnllfortrain on F 0 will Joavo Paris at 880 arriving at Goorgotown at 905 a m connoctintr with local southbound train on the Q S C and arrive Frankfort at 1120 n m CWHAY Gonl Passenger AgcntI39 tf I Pleasant to take 1 Laxative Syrup ii b2 f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION iIAsk Your Doctor withenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts 1 are irritating to the intestines itableabout 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 thanfany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers c Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches i1 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Tresher Machine Oil Iarpauztb Pipe Fittings and Wrenches tee J FR STAGGIA p Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 1LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND L j 1No2 P IILeave No4I AM- Leave Q Sand No 0jSun y 360 Clay City 887 489 406 913I Stanton 828 480 485 Natural Bridge 801 401 r 449 Torrent 747 847 JI51 1029 Beattyvillo Junction 728 828 010 1130 94I 2i 225 a Trains Nov 8 and mule close connection at O K Junction for points on the O KJRy Trains mid 3 connect lit L E Junction with tho 0 O Uy fly for It Sterling J B BARR CHARLES SCOTT ia General Manager G P A OHIO AND jJR Ails Ex No S4I IBtatfom Ex Stations IDall lx jAr No 2- 1Dallj Ex Sund Daily 11PM 805eATrnlllHBeattyvillomidKENTUCKY RAILWAYS SundI NoUIII 1 JII =lA M LTD P M LyeIAMAr PMAr o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 o i25 280 O K Junction UI 11ee 10nhls Leo City 510 I22 716I I2 Hclvclmwn fi18 1228 105 Cannel City 545 1245 121= Nos and will make closo connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and icy points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent r 4 ii t On t he popular pr- iceCurtainsIx F + i 100 125 150 175 patbenI Lt at y strong iV STAMPING GROUND Quite a delegation of the old i Confederate soldiers went from theret Splendid rains visited this sec t tion on Sunday last The newly wset tobacco was put in fine shape r IThe rain was accompanied b- y1heavy thunder and lightning atmospherey1wet for work Ir We regret to learn that Mr T Iif L Wilkerson is not improving in health He has been poorly for some time ti Mrs Josio Dawson and sons of IIjrheumatism Mr R S Sprake who expected to attend the Con federate Reunion in Louisville was unable to go much to his re i gret Mr S L Perry who is also goingJ theirJt1 in years r Judge J J Yates who is at Martinsville Ind for his health toItJit AWARDED 13250 t courtt1r damnum in the case of the L N R R Co v L robins Heirs on Saturday awarded tho Tobin heirs 155250 as the damages for the taking of their property on Jtf purposesIt bothtIA THING OF BEAUTY J t Mr William M Culter Jr is fond of athletic sports especially such as rowing on the r1or r the like To fit his feelings he has purchased a sixteenfoot cedar onnd canvass canoe which he has placed upon the river He is having a good time with his i friends The canoe is a thing of beauty and a joy forever JNO E MILES AGENTIDealer InIHigh Grade Flour Frankfort Ky Bread Is the Staff of Life l I nni agent fUlO sale of BALLARDS LH OBELISKFLOUR At grocersIt exchangeFlourwith farmers at the i M K Flour Store t and soo mo and give ino your ttrade JNO E MILES funo3tf I Irr JI Lr Lace CurtainS Linens We are showing an unusually large line of Lace Curtainsthe pat terns are all new and the prices on them arc moderate Its time now for new curtains we show them by the pair or hy the yard LINENS This is a great Linen season we always have the best and g t them from Headquarters The Shamrock is our brand Linens for Waists Linens for Snits Linens for Handkerchiefs Liners for Sheets Linens for Table Cloths Linens for Towels We feel mighty comfortable when we get a Linen customer we have just what they want CHAS J WEITEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN Here is what mnkos tho Yankee tar respected around the world He is emphatically the cockof tho walk Read it All records for shooting with fiveinch guns were broken by four gunners of the firstclass battleship Kentucky on the northern drilling grounds twenty miles outside of Sandy Hook last Thursday One gunner with 14 shots a minute hit tho target 13 timeslhe second gunner fired 13 times per minute and hit the target each time Two other men had each 12 hits out of 13 shots a minuteThe range was 1000 yards and the was 21 feet by 17 feet of a painted muslin Iconsisting floated on a raft Evans who was tin command of the squadron said it was shooting of which any good American might be proud If the squadron had been firing at an enemy said he there would have been no enemy in half an hour Rear Admiral Evans said that the squadron also established new wireless telegraph record for atlNewportmunicated with the cruiser Mary land oft Cape Cod Mass 500 miles away An 80word message was received withouta break O4sxwonXABean the- Blgnatnre of I SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURSIONS ON THE 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 rickets maybe extended to August 31st Baltimore Md Christian En deavqr Convention Tickets on sale July 2d 8d and 4th with limit of July 15th Rate 1600 Tickets may be extended to August 31st Point Comfort Va Sum IOld Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Rate 1200 Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Au 00I Sum 12th limited 15 days Rato200 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address- G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent- Lexington Ky J102m QUALITY vs QUANTITY Hard muscles und strong body do nut depond on the quantity of food you oat but on digestion and proper assimilation Wnon you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nour ishment uut of all tho food you oat It digests what you ont regardless of the condition of tho stomach and convoys tho nutrient propor ins to tho blood and tissues This builds up sad strengthens tho en tire system overcomes and cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Belching Sour Gayle Stomach etc Sold by J W 7 tI CINCINNATI BUSINESS MENS RESOLUTIONS Upon the return of the Cincinnati Business Mens Club to their home after their visit to this city they hold a meeting and adopted resolutions a copy of which were sent to President Geo B Harper of the Frankfort Busi ness Mens Club The following are the resolutions Resolved That we hereby ten der our thanks and sincere appre ciation to the Mayor Business Mens Club and citizens of Frank fort Ky for the hearty reception and cordial hospitality accorded the Business Mens Club of Cin cinnati while on their visit to Frankfort and be it Resolved That we extend through the Business Mens Club of Frankfort our spec in thanks to the Governor for his presence and address on that occasion be it That we extend to them a hearty invitation to visit Cincinnati and accept our hospi tality be it further Resolved That these resolu tions be spread upon the minutes and copies forwarded to the Mayor and Business Mens Club of Frankfort Ky Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Baooeiafol trtabneat for blood and skin diseases KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS PITAL CLOSED- Announcement is made that the huslbeenand make other preparations for the opening of the new hos pital with appropriate ceremonies on the lastnamed date DR R M COBL1N OFFICE 107 ANN STREETI Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 103in GENERAL ASSN KENTUCKY BAPTISTS RUSSELL VILLE Ky Round trip 792 Dates of sale 18191905 Final limit Juno 25 vvv New Fast TrainTO CokwadofTHE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May Thu now trains will leave St Louis In dully Tho evening trains to mime points 1010 m Double daily service Throughsleeping car service for FranSisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or U TO MATTHEWS nddrcs9J Tray Pass Alt Louisville Ky H0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agtu St Louis Mo C 0 TIME TABLE ISOUTH 620Nrankfort 700IrNORTH INo No PM 22 H No PM Lv 600Sbelbyvile 7l0ANo one would ever be bothered with constipation ifeveryone quicklyBurdock the stomach and bowels 50c ROUND TRIP TO GEORGETOWN For special train leaving Frank fort at 7 a m Sunday June 18 1905 tickets to Georgetown and return will be sold at rate of 50 cents for the round trip Return ing train leaves Georgetown at 103C p in 125 CincinnatiAnd F F C RY AND QUEEN F CRESCENT ROUTEI Sunday Tickets good only on special train Frankfort 700 a m same date- Baseball Cincinnati Boston Ask ticket agents for particulars BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 9 p in except 11 a m 1111118 p m cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m 11 p m except 11n m 1 S and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from Un m to 10 p m except 10 a nu 12 noun 7 und 9 p in Car 14 currying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a Leaves Purls 145 p m Freight rates also special rates or excursions for supper and theatre parties nUll for school business hull tickets can be hud on application at tho com panys office 404 West Main E T Phone 010 Homo Phone Y ALEXANDER President tf Our 50c 60c and 75c values i- nTable Are the best to be had for the money JUNE18th leaving specialtrain u everyhour Georgetown family Linen JEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous All the world is eating it praisingitFrankfort is the home of J E M iJ E M1 Sold only by Grocers THE CHILD SF A YORITE WhoopingCoughCure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by J W Gayle OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS For the benefit of passengers lowI Ftober 15th inclusive No9 at Louisville until 600 p DL No 6at Lexington until 480 p m No 14 at Burgin until 410 4 p in All interested will please be governed accordingly tf A blessing alike to young and old Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild J Strawberry natures specific for dystentery diarrhea and summer complaintQileell and Crescent Route snoriest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN = CINCINNATI CHATTANOOG A AI L ANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Ii E GLflBKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky jl 1 Jrl JII ATTENTION FARMERS lJNow is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for 1 r i Pittsbtirh Perfectr l r Strongest 7 in the- World m c l i Welded by Electricity Just the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and Poultryif f i I ti t 307309 Main St Both Phones i TWO MORE IMPORTANT DE CISIONS ip 1The Court of Appeals in a case r J brought up from Louisville has thwc t by an insurance company who I contended that solar time was the legal timea fire having broke- out and a loss occurred midway U between solar and standard time when thevpolicy covering it was t about to expire other was in a case wherein islature had passed an act 11The the circuit clerk take the of the sheriff in the county boards in counties having cities of the second class The law applied only to Kenton Campbell Fnyette and McCracken counties The court held that it Was special legislation and there h fore by the Constitu tion The law was confessedly aimed at Sheriff Mclnerney of Kenton county who had fallen out with hisDemocratic brethren of that county ARRESTED AND GOODS FOUND A youn man by the name ofi Hugh Robinson was arrested Officer Nev White charged with housebreaking at Lock No4 The goods missing from the lock keepers house were found in hisI room Robinson was lodged in jail A FEARFUL FATE i It is a fearful faro to have to pn duce the terrible torture of Piles Itr can truthfully Bftv11 writes Harry Colson of Mnsonville IaIthat for Blind Bleedinp Itching Protruding Piles Bucklens Salve is the best cure Also hARt for outs burns 1Bnd injuries 25c at all druggists SCHOOI CLOSED The closing exercises of the col ored public schools were held at the Opera House on Thursday i attendIlway Prof Mayo proves 4 the right man in the himselfI t DtwWf Utle Early Risers it The famous little plW ji GaCLIMATIC CURES r The influence of climatic con kk consumptionist poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisis a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough 4and debilitating night sweats Best nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use GermanSyrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr STISEL PENCE cropsCloverP C SOWER 8c COCOMMUNICATED Frankfort June 16 1905 In the Journal of this nlorniu appears a circular letter addressed DemocratseCounty Committee signed by Chairman Griffin notifying the members of the committee ofa 20t1ninst to take steps towards the trial of the contest for the nom ination for Representative between E H Taylor Jr and L F John son to conform to the decision o the Court of Appeals The Court of Appeals in the de cision rendered in the case of E H Taylor Jr v the Democratic County Committee direct the corn mittee to meet and hear the con test and in hearing the contest direct that both tides be permitted to introduce all legal evidence pertaining thereto Both parties interested are entitled to be heard before a full committee and to have the benefit of all the evidence that may or can be introduced and it is supposed that every member of the committee will favor a fair trial and that no action will be taken in this mat inIvacancies on the committee are filledThe committee will be sworn conItestof jurors and both sides are en titled to a full jury to try the issue and are entitled to a full presenthislawThe people are entitled to know who is elected and will know The ballots show for themselves and proof ought to be permitted as to illegal votes and as to mistakes in certifying the votes from the precincts and on this showing the people will know who is en titled to go on the ballot as the Democratic nominee- If there is any attempt to take snap judgment or by adopting rules for the trial or other matters udoptedImerits and a fair opportunity to show who received the most legal votes then in the language of the trial judge we must report to revolution at the polls No man is entitled to be voted for as a party nominee unless he has been selected for such position by a greater number of voters than any other person Any person claiming aVnomination on a minority vote is not qualified to fairly represent any people in any capacity FAIR PLAY THE SALVE THAT PENETRATES DoWItts Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and healing influence it subdues in flammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witoh Hazel Salve is made byJ ON THE ROAD Mr J T Spencer a former coal merchant of our city and a travelingFRANKFORT d CINCINNATI RAILWAY Effective June 1st 1905 Mr C W Hay is appointed General Freight and Passenger Agent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Rail refGEO B HARPER- 89tf President aIPanama Serge Sicilian etc at lowest prices 41lty BIRTHS FRANKLIN In this city on Wednesday to Mr Walter R Franklin and wifea daughter SOUTHERN RAILWAY St Louis Louisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 ILouisville Division No1 am 780ArLawrencebnrg 954Lexington 725IINo4 am Noli pm No2 pm No1 pm 965 620 085 No6 am 710Ar7MIILexington 605 445 780 Bhelbyville 720 626 Louisville 840 750 910I andLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 6 and 6 Through Obeor vatlon chair car between Harrode burg and Burgin theSouthviaKnoxvilleTrain Louisville 780 m and arriv ing Louisville a m Through sleeping cars LexIngtonBetween LouisStNo4 No2 mArPrinceton 100 p m 145 a m St Louis 686pm 782am No8 No1 Lv St Louis Ar Princeton 1808am110OOpHuntingburg No No 22 mArEvansvilla 1025 pm 100 pm No9 No12I Lv Evansville 780 a p Ar Hun tin burg 008 a mll15 p m Ar Louisville 1169 a pf m betweenLouisville LouisvilloTrains Nos and 22 carry first class Coaches between artLouis ville Day trains between Louisville and 8t Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louis OanwithHapplytoR Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allltll G Pl TelephoneNo LoJ I jv1h1 I J r ffl Will Conform 1 f r I to the mosti j uneven tt w l t tj e L J rKentucky Th 7f eiM 1 r I t t f VIIA jI i t l PI gmiana V I i t F A New PatternuIn Sterling SilverI C Spoons and Forks DfI In gray finish This pattern is extremely reasonable r tfIn priceh t And we are now ready ii IfToIn Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces Also chests of Silver f Containing from 30 to over 100 piecesiWedding Presents will be easy to select irr From this assortment t K M A Selbert t u jt Reliable Jeweler i Covered with best Cedar Shingles c Pro- mHammond co I I r J RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH KyII At 8 p m Rev M B Adams D iD the pastor will preaoh j Sundayschool at 945 a m ID the chapel byjr Baptist Young Peoples Union L will meet in the ohapel at 715 LeaderAlbert Salyers Ly WednesdaylIiToplo If Little Ways of Bettering the World + i Visitors cordially invited Seats I freefASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCH Rev A B Chinn rec tor Sunday June 18 8 a m Holy Communion 980 a m Sundayschool 11 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Prayer FrIdayiiTeachers meeting at 715 t The public cordially invited tot attendICHRISTIAN CHUBCHRev B L Smith of Cincinnati will preach at 11 a m and 780 p roo Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the ohapel at 700 p m LeaderWebber Salyer t Topic Minor Moralities Prayermeeting Wednesday even- chapelThe meet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Jn the ohapel Everybody invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 0 CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preaoh at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m 1I Young Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayerinoeting Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m tjSundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p 4FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCJHRev J McClusky Blay prenohttSundayfuihool at 930 a m Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p m Prayermeoting Wednesday evening at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev t J O A Vaught the pastor will Iireach at a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a in i Junior League at p in Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting 6n Wednesday Livening at 745- Everybody invited to attend LEESTOWN MISSION Mr Ed 5yin Kagin of the Kentucky Pres Theological Seminary will conduct services at the Leestewn Mission Chapel every Sunday oven ing at 730 oclock A prayermeeting will bo hold on Thursday evening at 780 These services continue through the summerCANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elee 20tea f 3 I Silks r Silks r ON MONDAY JUNE 19TH And Continuing for one week we will have the most remarkable l f SILK SALK Ever held in the city Remember for only one week I You can get Silks and Silk Suits at prices unheard of before S D JOHNSON CO Summer Sale II Commences Monday 19th Silks and Dress Goods White Goods and Laces Trimmings Etc Shirts Etcr F j HEENEY C BR1DGEFORD DEALER IN Wall Paper PantsOils f Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed 88Bm A Policy in THE EQUITABLE LIFE WILL rPROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT PERMIT YOU TO LIVE UP TO YOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph fte Wilson District Manager Frank Ce Hutchison Local Representative 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 ReliableSyringes We can stand between you and the endless trickery that exists in rubber goods can protect you from infer ior goods or unfair prices The market is flooded with cheap fountain syringes that are only intended to last a few months NoI such goods come here buy of the best makers in the country andwill guar antee every claim made for the goods Every Syringe is made of Para rubber no matter how low our price may be j ErDruggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEASHORE C 0 Route Saturday JUlie 10 1905 12 from Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Morehead Trains leave Lexington 1120 and 845 pin Army and Navy Ex ercises Battleships and Cruisers in Hampton Roads during this period From Juno 11 to 17 the Atlantic Squadron will attempt the capture of Vashington 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 of Kanawlm Falls on the return trip enabling visit to the famous Virginia Mountain Resorts and other of inter rest on the C 0 Railway t Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Tickets will be good returning until Juno 24 1905 Engage Sleeping car space now Enquiro of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuller General Passer ger Agent Washington D C G W Barney District Passon gor Agent Lexington Ky 87td RaABears BIgnature of A are caused by Indigestion If you titlittle too much or you are subject ti doubtjheartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach ts expand swell and puff up against tht heart This crowds the heart and inter cftimeKodoleDysp- epsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of th SoupStomach Diilletinof the Stomach mtktafmyimmtdlateMRS LORING NICHOLS Perm Yin N YJt IIbdCurt for about four months and it cured me D KAUBLB Nerds Digests What You Eat uarkntkttfsy4 UBM M Hie M erialr M seat tli 1PrWI as rai Ikaarr4l = OW1M 0Oktss LLB For sale by J W Gayle drug gistASK FOR TilE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR u Dr Cadys Condition foTvuen are just a horse needs when in bad arlvermifuge POhorse3 i cents per package For sale by JJJ W Gayle and LeComnte Gayle FROM LOUISVILLE KY VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Denver Col one way 2425 round trip 4030 Oklahoma City 0 T one way 1315 round trip 2255 Enid 0 T one way 1785 round trip 2255 Chickasha I T one way 1880 round trip 2850 i Tulsa I T ono way 1640 round trip 1990 Wichita Kansas one way 1070 round trip 2085 Ft Worth Tex one way 1070 rluiul trip 2485 El Paso Tex one wily 2890 round trip SOISan Antonio Tex one way 2885 round trip 2580 One way colonist tickets will bo sold at rates quoted above on March 21 and round trip Home seekers tickets on March 7th and 21st via Southern Railway Cor responding 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 acU dress rtonC H D P A Louisville KyiG B Allen A G P A Stx louis Missouri td From the Louisville Hernld June 101 THE HOME TOWN WEEKLY f What paper have you been readirig so attentively asked n gentleman of his friend in a hotel lobby Why that is my home town weekly It is as good as n dozen letters I love the ol f place where I was born where everyone was Bill and Bob Harry and Tom to me The week that I dont see the county paper is for me robbed of a cheerful feature liThe country paper may seem n small affair to the citybred man accustomed all his life to the great dailies but it represents the best efforts of one of the best fel 4 lows on earth the country editor often a man fit to fill any posi tion in the peoples gift The country editor is the historiographer of his town He publishes the births the weddings and the deaths He tells of pleasant visits made bv outsiders and returned by homewpeople If there be a fire or a runaway or an accident of any kind in the neighborhood he chronicles it Nothing usually escapes his observation But lest he forget the town news gatherers numerous and alert are there to remind him They are of all ages and both sexes Nothing can get away from them and they like to see it all put in the paper The city resident born in the country raised and schooled there loves the country weekly He there reads of his old playmates and school fellows He notes with interest every addition to the family of the county belle who refused him for a plain farmer and is happy with the man of her choice and her babies He follows closely the careers of old friends whom he surprises when they come to town by tell ing all he knows of the dear old county How in thunder John do you know all this Well I subscribe he declares for the Weekly Watchman The rural weekly is one of the joys of American civilization It is growing less and less bitter in partisanship more and more gen erous in its treatment of indi viduals We put ours in an in side pocket every week for homer consumption exclusively True as gospel every word of it ANATOMY IN RHYME The Teacher How mnnv bones in the face I Fourteen- when they are all in placeHow bones in the cranium Eight unless youve mislaid some How many hones in the ear are found Three in each to catch the sound How many hones are in the spine Twentyfour like a clustering vine How many bones in the chest are found Twenty four to the sternum bound How ninny bones in the shoulder bind Two in each one before one be hind How many bones are in the arm The top has ono two in the fore arm How many bones are in the wrist Eight if none of them is missed How many bones in the palms of the hand Five in the palms pray understand How many hones in he fingers ten Twelve bones plus two and repeat again How many bones are in the hip One in each where the femurs slip With sacrum and cocxy too to brace And keep the pelvis all in place How many bones are in the thigh j One in each and deep they lie How satiny bones are in the knee One the patella plain to see How many bones are in the shin Two in each and well bound in How many hones in the ankle R strong Seven in ouch but none is long How many bones in the ball of the f foot Five in each as the palms were putHow bones in the toes all told Just twentyeight like the fin gers hold Theres a bone at the root of the a tongue to add And sesa Oids eight to what you haveX t 3f Now adding thorn all tis plainly seen That the total number is 214 And in the mouth wo view Teeth upper told under thirty twoA STEADY DRAIN Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole Body Mako You Ill Languid and Depressed Sick kidneys weaken the body through the continual drainage of lifegiving albumen from the blood into the urine and the sub stitution of poisonous uric acid that goes through the system sowing the seeds of dis ease Loss of albumen causes weakness languor depression Uric poisoning causes rheumatic pain nervousness nausea cricks in back gravel and kidney stones The proper treatment is a kidney treatment and the best remedy is Doans Kidney Pills Great Frankfort cures prove it- O H Luckett night clerkat the Hotel Fleming Holmes Street says I was troubled for some time with marked symptoms of kidney ailment principally in connection with the kidney secre tions which at times were very annoying and distressing I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and so highly recommended that it was with hopes that they might help me that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I used them as directed and found they benefited me in every way so much so that I have recom mended them to my friends on several occasions and will do so whenever I can You may refer to me at any time as having used Doans Kidney Pills with good re sults and I hope it may be the means of relieving others who may be suffering from the com mon complaint kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Ysole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoans- and take no other THE CONFEDERATE RE UNION Largest BeysEver The Confederate Reunion was held at Louisville this week Trains loaded down with the old Johnnies came from all quarters of the country Louisvilles ca pacity to entertain the crowd was taxed to the utmost und many persons who attended found it almost impossible to secure quar tersThe parade by the grizzled vet erans plainly showed the ravages of time upon these battlescarred heroes of the Lost Cause At the same time that it was an inspiring sight it also carried much of sadness with it in the fact that many honored faces were missed from the council halls and the camp fires notably that of the chivalric and noble Com manderinChief Gen John B GordonSuch an array of beautiful girls and handsome matrons as graced the occasion will scarcely if ever be duplicatedHowever we may have differed from these brave old fel lows none can deny them the meed of honor for their courage and devotion to their ideals The best of it all is that they are Americans in the fullest sense of the word and while we do not grudge them the sweetly sad and glorious memories that cluster around the cause for which so many of them suffered and bled we do honor them for the stern adherence they have given to the whole country and its honor since their flag was furled forever- A roan who is brave and honest enough to risk his life for what ho believes is right can bo trusted in any position to which he has plighted his faith A big delegation went from this oity and vicinity in numbers too great for us to individualize All in all it was a splendid byIgenuineLaxativeremeditk aM M hi ll MERCHANTS ARE URGED TO MAKE A BIG SUCCESS OF THE PARADE OF 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION All merchants and businessmen who will have floats and advertisements for the grand parade on the Fourth of July are requested to notify Rev M B Adams Chairman of the Parade Committee at the earliest oppor tunityThe committee suggest that thii would be a great opportunity fo live enterprising merchants uvi- uwant to have a hand in slaking o the new Frankfort to present to the public in some suitable form their claims for patronage The preparation of floats is an attrac tive way of advertising and help ful to the parade P All persons who will contest fo r the best decorated vehicle the best wagon load of cut flowers anc the best model horse will kindly notify the chairman as soon as possible in order that the line oi speedilyiontu e at 10 oclock M B ADAMS Chairman Parade Committee Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin erupUoaa TO THE PORTLAND EXPOSI TION Visit Colorado told California on the Way Back Greatest variety of attractions- to the Pacific Coast tourist You can spend some time in the Rocky Mountains visit Yellowstone Park attend the Portland Exposition sojourn in Southern California return over Southern Route by way of El Paso through New Mexico Or you can go vin Minneapolis and St Paul and Northern Route in either direc tidn Send for Rock Island foldei and details of summer excursion rates John Sebastian Puss enger Traffic Manager Rock Island Sys tem Chicago IhToodalglRegulaf AVfegelablefteparatioiiforAs I Promores1esllonCheerful morphine nor Hineral neither NOT NAHC OTIC aafJliltJtesve 1JifmnJ ApcrtecfRemedy Diarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSitrole Signature of NEW YORK JIBillious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started wakin Evry morn when day waqbreak ing- Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the an swer w d Address JOHN SEBASTIAN PAU Traf Rock bland System CHICAGO 1J CASTORIA 11 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtr 1 Bears the- Signatre t fl i i a 1oftt r y- t tJ LX The iB nJ Kindf f t Have 4- lIrYou Always Bought 11 CASTORIA r t t rJfi 4 IN MAD CHASE rj 1 Millions rush in mad chase health from one extreme of dism to another when if would only eat good food and nfterItheir bowels regular with Kings New Life Pills troubles would all pass Prompt relief and quick liver and stomnoh trouble 25c at all druggists guaranteed t n t t Mgr To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington I roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover f r privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the rounditrip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon i or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in monthsf of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points n via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island t System will take you up in eitherChicago or St Lows or at hundreds J of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through i r Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service I 1 Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic f r1Yellowstoneand on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer lonltspecially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost also t 1 Itourist1whIchSend C aitefarelabooklet sad rates Name DWi a