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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWSEllars LOO In Advance irGEO IXXYI1L FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 24 1905 NO 4S cti L TAN OXFORDS ti fARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON t I THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer shoerrun is the coolest leather that clue bft wornthe softest and easiest the feet 1111lY exclusive styles hero including several of the seasons fad Ion sailor tie t tI Brown Ooze Calf Sailor Tie welted soles Cuban heel plain toe f BrownKid Sailor Tie welted soles medium heel and toe IBrown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole 5 softas a glove rather narrow toe Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords A southern tie made of tan laid with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great sellei extremely soft and pleasant to the feet Then a great va riety of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear The southern tie is 4Thewelt oxfords 5 Queen Quality Tan Oxfords Gibson Ties blucher OXfOI ds and plain lace styles in Russia calf with welted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with light flexible soles Prices 250 and 3E Ihi Laird Schober Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the f country They are unequalled in any respectbut especially in daintiness qualitiesQueen espec varietyinK = McCLURE SONj KyrJ COUNTRY fCLUB GROUNDS ABOUT READY FOR USE The golf links tennis courts leto of the Country Club are about ready for usoJ1he elegant Club House has been comple ed log cabin style as to exterior 1in handsome hardwood floors all modern appliances The membership of the Club is about i f bO only 10 less than the limit t The grounds will bo formally opened early in next month The following are the oIHcers t President Wm Congloton Vice President GID B Harper Treasurer H F Lindsoy Secro tary Thos H Stagg Chairman House Committee A D Martin- tHundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr Thomas Eclec trio Oil in the house just when it is needed Cures croup heals burns outs wounds of every sort iS rJi4t BIG DELEGATION TO MAMMOTH CAVE Thoro was a delegation of some fifty or more teachers and others who left this city for Mammoth Cave on a special train on Tues day morning to attend the State Teachers Associn tionIBUYS HANDSOME HOME The residence property on the corner of Ann and Clinton streets known as the Welch property was sold on Wednesday by the heirs of Mrs ym J Dudley to Mrs Mary E Frazier for 4900 cash CHAUTAUQUA LAKE N Y Round trip 1485 Dates of sale July Cth and 7th daysC A 35o 300 300 iL ON TO PARIS Ilho degree team of Frankfort Council Royal und Select Master Masons went to Paris on Wednes day afternoon to institute a Council of that order The following gentlemen composed the team yMastercipal Conductor of Work Geo Lewis Conductor of Council M son P Brown Chaplain H H RobertsAfter the Council was instituted a delightful banquet was served CUBAN PATRIOT DEAD Gen Maximo Gomez the Cuban patriot died at his homo in Havana on Saturday last after a severe illness He was a ster and upright patriot and did great deal towards redeeming his country from Spanish tyranny t 1 DESERVED RECOGNITION OF FAITHFUL WORKI Whole CitySchools HeelectedI The Board of Education Bold a meeting on Monday night was attended by every whichI In recognition of faithful work by the corps of teachers during the lust year the unanimouslyireProf McKee who served as Superintendent of Schools tor his first term surprised his enemies and gratified his friends by demon foresightinworkings of the schools a splendid success and yeur1Ian years r painstaking fidelity to duty has brought up the reputation of the Frankfort Public Schools to that high position which places a grad uate therefrom in the front rank of any college to which they may go in after time Those of them who are not so long in the service have prove equally as efficient and faithful Frankfort is proud of her schools and jealous of their repu tation The Board of Education also re solved to proceed at once with th erection of the new High Schoo- Building on the Drane lot which- had been purchased for that purpose The following is a list of those yeariHugh C McKee High SchoolGeorge C Down ing Principal Miss Sallie Wail AiDepurtmontiIissFrances Grades Miss Louise A Wiard Mrs Jennie M Chinn Miss Anna- M Sullivan Miss Annie B Hub bard Mrs Lucy B Sargent Miss Prue H Brawner Miss Ella J Stephens Miss Lou hi M Nelson Miss Maude Whitehead Miss S Emma Payne Miss Julia W Johnson Miss Mary Scott Chinn Miss MaryLockettJohnson Miss Mary L McEwan Miss Rachel S Cromie Miss S Corinne Henry and Miss Berth Talbott supplies MargaretPage WaylaudDirector and Instructor in Drawing Miss Jessie M Co- xEngineerSamuel Stone Janitor John W Hayden UNUSUAL RECORD Mr George Garland Riggan son of the late Rev G W Riggan D Ilaptistheological uated recently from the University of Virignia with the unusual re cordof having taken his degree of B A in three years with an average record of 100 Ho ha never foiled in an examination Mr Riggan has visited in this city frequently and spent time hire last summer hound hi mother being of Mrs Fan 1Ixuupsont BEAUTIFUL PHENOMENON About 5 oclock on Tuesday morning those who were up and about witnessed a very unusual and beautiful sight It was a double rainbow very bright and well defined and it lasted for quite a while pulatpain of every sort Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil N JL J 1ALL THE NEWESTY Shirt Waistst Are to be seen here in the newest patterns of the most fashionable fabrics made with unusual care and fit as wellus the dmadetoBorder garments costing several times what we are asking Sheer Lawn Waists tucked in front and back a bargain 75c Waists well made 1neatly finished with tucks nand embroidery extra nice material 100 Also other values 150 to 10 i Shirt Waist Suits You will find here a large assortment to unloose from in Lawn Madras Linen etc at from 2 to S 7 50 sWALKING SKIRTS We still have a nice lot to ouriperfect workmanship Ex JA tra values at 500 and upwards Ladles TailorMade Suits a You uan hay a Tailored Suit at less titan cost Suits that wore 15 now 750 Suits that were 25 now 12 50 hOur special sale of Muslin Inderwear will continue only a few days longer Dont fIll to secure some of the extraordinary I values offered ij J G Ragin Bra No 143 St Clair St At Bridge BIG LANDSLIDE The heavy ruins of the post week caused a big landslide on the lliJl ville piles about a mile above the sBig Eddy and at what is known pikoI fsOA ar 9 IJABears dfgnatnro of Alba Bought LtIR ASSIGNEES NOTICE againstthehereby notified to present them bylawfore November 1st 1005 and allpersons indebted to Mrs L F thelasettle same immediately BIXLER404tneei t yr ty I DALVI PERSONAL Mrs Mattie Scofield has from a visit to Kansas City Mo Miss Julia W Johnson is visiting relatives at Nashville Tenn Mr Walter Cracly left Tuesday i for Mammoth Cave Mrs Robt 10 Greene has gone to Augusta to spend the summer Col A D Martin and wife are visiting in Chicago Ills Gov W P Thorneof Eminence k was here on Monday Capt G W MoAlphin left Tues day for Look No2 Mrs W T Gaines of Eddyville visited relatives here this week Miss Basle Thompson has re turned from a visit in Louisvville Miss Irma Labrot returned Satur day evening from Louisville Hon H Kirby Bourne of New Castle was in the city Friday Mr Jno B Dryden left Monday for Cincinnati Mr Thos J Bruner of Stamping Ground was here Thursday Judge J H Polsgrove was in Paris Thursday Col John P Allen of Lexington E was in the city Thursday Miss Lula M Nelson is visiting relatives at Richmond Col Con McCarty returned Tues day night from a trip to Somerset Miss Mary Gray Is visiting friends at Meridian Miss Mrs Thos A Hall is visiting relatves in Nelson county rt Mr J W Markshury of Cincin nati visited here Wednesday Judge W DL Harrison of Shelby ville was hero Wednesday Mr Uroy Woodson of Owensboro was in the city Wednesday 1rof E R Jones of Switzor a went to Mammoth Cave on Tuesday Dr R P Buokmaster of Lexingl ton was in the city on Miss Annie Barr of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen driisk at the TerracesCMaster Hugh Scott of Paris is visiting his Mrs C C Haelrigg Washington street Miss Carrie Brock and Mr Geo jI Brock Jr went to Mammoth Cave on Tuesday Dr E E Hume loft Tuesday for x Mammoth Cave to attend the State Teachers Association Capt M H Insko of Carlisle U S Deputy Collector was in the cIty on Wednesday Mr C A Nelson left Monday for 1 Eastern Kentucky in the interest of Messrs W A Gaines CUIIMrs Chas C Newton ter Miss Eliza have returned from a visit at Drennon SpringsIMr Emil Sorg has gone back to Switzerland to take a course in mechanical engineering Miss Christine Hteubenracn of Cincinnati will be the guest of Miss Carrie Selbert next week Judge T L Edelon attended the State liar Association at Coving ton Thursday Mn Boone Major of Missouri was the guest of Rev T S Major and other relatives here this week Mrs Brumback of Cedar Runs and her children loft Saturday for a visit to Woodford county L Mrs Jno P Hanley spent Sun day in Versailles the guest of Mrs J B Lewis Hon Lewis MoQuown attended the State Bar Assooiaton at COy jngton Thursday Mrs Hattie Baxter of Richmond guest of Mrs L A Truinbo Shelby street AtJII j l For the warm period we are displaying a complete and nobby line of summer clothes in suits of 5 to 25 Onr twopiece suits possess tailoring style and comfort Just the thing for warm weather IL grandmother h I1lr Allen Bond of Lawrence burg was the guest of his cousin Mr Paul Collins this week dMr Forrest Ripy and Miss Artie of Lawrenceburg were guests of Miss Alice Farmer this week Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale was the guest of her son Mr W S Former this week Mrs E 0 Harrington of Plano Texas was the guest of her brother Mr A L Coleman this weekIMrs T H Coleman of Danville visited her son Mr A L Coleman this week Mr Sam Bullock of Lexington was the truest of his aunt Miss Eliza Overton this week Mr Owen D Thomas of Leb anon wits the guest of relatives sere this week Mr J C McConnell of Mich visited Rev J O A DetroitI Washington street this Mr W C Ray of BardwelJ is the guest of his son Mr John W Ray Second Street Lexingtonweek Miss Lizzie Hudson of ton W Va is the guest Ht1ntinIter Mrs R K McClure Miss BennettVirginia ton who has been the guest of Miss Aubyn Chinn has returned homefMiss Angela Magoffin Louis Mo is the guest of Sam J Shaokelford Shelby street Mrs Wm T Gaines of Eddyvilie who has been the guest of Mrs John W Gaines has returned home Mr Frank Weitzel has gone to New York City where he will reside in future Mr Frank H Kavanaugh visited Hon Sol VanMoter in Fayette county this week Col Chas M Lewis and wife of Shelbyville were in the city this weekMiss Eloise Booo loft Tuesday for visit to her old home at Flem ingshurg Mrs Mabel Warrink and children eft Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Virginia and Wost Virginia Miss Marie Minims of Todd is the guest of firs Wm romwell Mr S M Saufloyand bride have tripIson have returned from a visit to relatives at Campbellsville Miss Cornolia Gordon and Miss Pollard are guests of Mr Sam S lush at Louisville Mr H A Gretter attended the Photographers Convention at Minnville Tenn this week MoJ Miss Alica Farmer who has visiting relatives in Danville is at home Mr Jos R Newton returned Friday from a business trip to Chicago IllsMrs W H Watts and children visited relatives in Winchester this weekIhas been the guest of Miss has returned home ChinnI I1Iisf Jaoquo Ellwanger on a trip to Cincinnati Cov Jngton and Middlotown Ohio Miss Lucy Church of Texas wasc Iethishave gone to Chicago Ills on a short visit Mrs S C Lackey of Harrods burg was the guest of her sister Mrs Marvin D Averill this week Mrs Ernest Boll of Lexington was the guest of their sister Mrs Jesse P Williams this guest1lisstives at Mt Sterling 4- iiiit = JHot Weather Bulletin of summer unsurpassed style fit quality nobby patterns 50c to 150 tW300 350 Lustre Coats 25c only iJs JUST OUT Everyman entitled to deal Prusident Roosevelt My Own Story B- YCa1ebPowe rsbook is a calm dispassionate account from the standpoint of the man interested of the conditions in Kentucky lending to assassination of William Goebel of Powers indictment conviction on charge of complicity in his murder It his youth in the mountains of Kentucky Conventions of I899r the election the shooting of Goebel the arrest three trials the prison dramatic situations human interest political importance the of Caleb Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with Tragedy Cloth Ornamental Cover Booksellers Mr Powers a substantial interest in every copy of Own Storj Jr AGENTS WANTJDWrite for liberal terns The BobbsMerrill Co Publishers Indianapolis ofdoirest to the stomach sour stomach stomach windy puffed stomach stomach catarrh of the A guaranteed cure Frpd the Lab What rlrEat the ZwP- Ls For by W Circuit Ben Marshall and wife luft Tuesday for tile Mammoth Ed J loft Tuesday for York City and other cast Mr George Watson grad at University Dan ville is at for his vacation Mr Paul who graduated university Danville is home for the D L Thornton and iter Miss were in the city Tuesday Master Alexander Johnson of Louisville friends hero his old homo thisweek Mr C Hubbard wife and chil have gone to East Hank W the IMiss Lawson of Groenup guest of Judge T H Pay and wife week Iter Our line shirts are in and Neat and y + j j One Lot of Odd Small lW is a square This most the and and the covers the the and life For and cafe the 2mo At al has cash sold My Ind DyspepsiaCure Gives Cures indigestiorvdyspepsia tired stomach weak stomach nervous and stomach at D1aMakes Braih ft Clerk Woitzol New points uated1 Control homo Collins Central summer daugh Marian visited J dren spend summer Manic li J sizes a Do1IarhottlholdIttm telUor 50ctnt sale J Gayle who Hon this Mrs Hiram Berry is visiting her atIgone to for a visitMr R G Hiydon and wife left Saturday for Hancock county to spend the summor I1Irs Loutrhrldgo Miss Lougli ridge and Miss Fannie Mitchell of- Little Rock Ark are guests of Mrs S French Hogo near this city I1Ilss Bradley of Georgetown and Lindsey of Louisville are of the Misses Lindsoy on Wapping strootIICapt who has been visiting rela his boyhood home re to Texas on Wednesday GrayMcLeanSprings to attend the State Phar maceutical Convention t IKILLTHE COUCH i AND CURE THE LUNGS 73fNewFOR cONSUMPTION Price50c100 Free Trial 11 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBALES or MONEY BAGS mlv Mr Tlios W Hind wife and ohildien of Chicago Ills are spending the summer at their farm near the Forks of Elkhorn Rev T F Talliaferro attended the Womans Foreign Mission Con vention of the Methodist Church at Mt Sterling this week IiwasLlndseys court on 1uesdaynRev M B Adams DD left Tues11iday for Russellville to attend the 1tuokyStephen and Charles loft Tuesday tfor Beardoy Minn to spend the summer ticw Mr Chris T Thomason who has ihr been relatives here SonMrs Wade H Negus And laugh rIter and Miss Negus of Greenville Miss are guests of Gen D W Lindsey Sr tend wife Mis A B Rush of St Louis V NyMMrsstreet J Lindnt1tHher father Mr W J Hughes this woek t Mr Clarence L Gnylo wife and 1to1NletRev J A Burns of Oneida who has been the uuest of Rev M B 1OilMr Stephen N Vaught of tho i1 tihisand wUEtSunda Mrs Eu one Craig was called to a Owensboro on Saturday by the sud den death of her father Mr J H s Oldham Mr1 R Lewls and dan htVJt Miss Margaret A Lewis spent SdnIctoy in Versailles the guests of Mrs J B LowlslMr Geo A Lewis of this office went to Owenton on 1IOU lI to In rMnsonsMiss Katie Williams of Mia neapolip Minn is tho guest of herraunt Mrs Ben Marshall Campbell stroetnt Vi Mr E A Summers clerk to Judge J P Hobson has gone totivacationMrs Mary E Blakomore of saillos is the guest of her street ter Mrs Late Cructhor Veri Miss Helen Bate Floyd of yule who hats been tho guest of Miss Annie Herndon has returnedIhome 4 ij Jc f Iw C4OMS SUITS 5tW DEATHS CHURCIIIu this county on Tuesday Mr William Ohurch1 aged 44 years of brain Mr Church was an employe of the 0 F d distillery He leaves four children to mourn his loath PHILLIPS In this cityon Saturday night Mr George Phil lips diri tisIright and man have known him from a boy 0I admired him for his genial manly character Ho was especially gentle and tender with chi dreii He was a valued employe of the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co He came near losing his life a year or so ago Vhen at tending to some repairs to a motor at the power house of the company his skull Jjeing crushedand- his life hung in the balance for several weeks but he finally re covered from the accident com pletelyHe a wife and three chil dren to mourn his untimely end He was a member of the Christian Church of this city and the fIfuneral services were conducted by Rev J 11 Rash of Winchester in the absence of Rev C II Hud son on Monday afternoon and the remains were laid away hour cemetery The Order of American Mechanics of which Mr Phillips was a charter member attended the funeral in a body thus testify ing to the high regard in which ho was hold The sincere sympathy of many friends goes out to the bereft fnmi1vIday Mrs Mary Dean wife of Mr John Dean aged about 40 years of heart failure b Mrs Dean was an industrious and devoted wife und mother and was going about the duties of her home on Mdnday morning when she suddenly complained of faint ness and lily down to recuperate laA few minutes later it was found that she hud passed away without glOunf all a lit other rein itives and friends to mourn her 2tfJ lentil y Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev DrT MoO Billy noyhon Tuesday and tho remains were hill away ui our cemetery OrEarly Risers The famous little piUs 0 Full Full B 10 Sizelilt LINEN SUITS AND COATS The high style Eton or Frocks and Frilles Linen Suits that are now the rage 1000 for suits in White or Tan Linen worth 1500 SILK COATS Just the thing for driving or general wear 2500 Coats 1250 2000 Coats 1000 ACRON SHIRT WAISTS SURPLICE STYLES 1000 Fine Sheer Lawn neatly trimmed surplice style 200 lace front surplice style WASH SKIRTS 150 Genuine Shrunk Indian Head new Pleated Flounce These hang nicely and have the effect of much higher priced skirts MARRIED STATENPAU L At the Motlio list Parsonage on Tuesday night Mr Jas S Staten of Indian apolis Inchtlfll Miss Mayde Paul of Shelbyvillo were married by Rev J 0 A Vaught- Mr Staten is the son of Mr Joe 11 Staten formerly of this city and is a hustling young businessman His bride is a popular and pretty 5hplby county girl- JULIANHERNDON At the residence of the brides aunt Miss Annie Herndon in this county on Tuesday afternoon Mr Clarence Julian and Miss Fannie Marshall Herndon of Louisville were mar ried by Rev A B Ohinn Rector of Ascension Church Mr Julian is one of our jolliest und most susbtanbial farmers He has us many friends as any man in thexcounty His bride is the pretty and ac complished daughter of Mr John C Herndon of the BradleyGil bert Co Louisville She is well known here where she visits every summer Hearty congratulations are ex tended The Batch Club is thus dissolved foreve- rMAGILLROGERSI n Elizabeth NJ on Wednesday Mr John W Magill and Miss Ethel Rogers were mnrriedI111 Mr Magill is holds a fine position with the Hercules Powder Co at Wilmington Del He is a fine young man His undo is said to be a fascinating und accomplished lady CROUCH WILSON At the County Judges Oilice Oil Wednes lay Mr John B Crouch of Mack ville and Mrs Sarah Wilson of Somerset were married by Judge Jas H Polsgrove CLIMATIC ORES The Influence of climatic con eonsuaptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening and debilitating night sweat Rosti less rights and the exhaustion liuei dangerIrup regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength uro those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c A t all drug gists yr chS FARMER 1IT BIRTHS MILLER In this city on Wednesday to Mr John A Miller and wife a daughter Mariana Hawkins LETTER LIST The following Is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending Juno 21 1005 Allen Hughes Bishop Charlie Col Brown Charles Carroll Comedy Co Doming Thompson Onffleld M M Duvall Huston Eis Mrs Eliza Grundy Mrs Ella Horn Sid- Hatchell Chas H Hooligan Happy Laslie Mrs Georgeann Lucas Mrs Jos B Johnson Mary S Johnson Mrs Effie Middleton Joshua Oliver Mrs Pearl 2 Renick Thompson Rice Sam- Salinger N M Simpson Miss Ethel Smith Miss Eufnmia Smith Rev W F Smith W O Spillinan Benj White Prof J PIWilliams J C Williams T A Persons calling lor the above let ters will please slJ advertised E M DRANE P M GOT THEIR DOSE George Minor and Andrew Jack son two colored men hired a horse and buggy from Mr Bandy Pols grove the West Side liveryman on Saturday night and drove it until it full from exhaustion Mr Pals grove swore out a warrant charging thorn with inhumanity to the anij mal Judge Herndon tried the case and assessed a fine of 25 against each if the men They will work for the city for some time SPECIAL GEORGFrowN IP C Railway Sunday Juno 25th Loaves Frankfurt 8 am Fare for round trip 50 cents C W HAY G P T A TORTURE OF YA PREACHER Tlio story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the Baptist YIwillI au a un ot a per sistent cough resulting from tho grip I hull to sleep sitting upin bed tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings ousumrtiuuCoughsc u rtd my cough and saved nm from consumption A grand euro for diseased condition of Throat and Lungs At all druggists price GOc and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle fJl1tI Aii TIT PREMIER I KENTUCKY WHISKEY1 E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky tIi IcJ r1 VR1 WASH GOODS Are demanded these warm days We give you a choice assortment in white or colored Muslins and Linens 10c for 40 Inch White Lawn 15c for 30 inch Persian Lawn 25c for 36 inch White LinenJ BATISTES AND COLORED LAWNS- 5c Sheer Lawns just the thing for Wrappers and 10c and 15c fine quality BatistesIMENS SHIRTING 8 13 heavy Cheviot 12 12c fine Madras and Oxfords MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Special sale next week suprub values MATTINGSIMattlngsSpecial I STRANGE ADVICE Dr OjG Green gives alert personal attention to his great humanitarian contract JIn our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their urgethemis the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such advice fWe know by the ex perience of over 35 years that one 7cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders qNew trial bottles 2505 reg ular sire 750 At all druggists 4 For sale by J W Gavle Dr Richard P Buckmastor Osteopathist will open an office at the residence of Mrs T P Brown 447 Main Street for treatment of any of Ms old pat rons as may need his services and new patients who may apply TuesdayThursday week 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI it TRADE MARKS DESIGNSI mayquicklycommuntrattonsstrlctlyconadentlal patentn1atonta thoStihRndsomeJyl1lustrntd weekly I rcest clr of any BclentlUo Terns newsdealersMUNNBranch Office F SU Wasblu tonD U DO IT TODAY II illjtlttetlollNuvOr t you ran du is nowjrtMi1 t rally proscnted in this form noJit today That is the torso ad vice we wart to hive you about that hooking cough or cluiiioralliiiK cold with vliic you luivn ut cn strut jrllnj lug sov gal dfys perhaps1 1elilellforSyrupivhiuhthlrtyllvo lotuS A fow dosos of it will undouljtodly roliovo your cough or coland its coniimiod uso for a fow days willllIro you complotily No niattor how IeHp 11lnnolfoot a euro as it hits done before in thousands of apparently hopeless casos of lung trouble Now trial bottles 2fic regular size 75o At all drugitfsts ivr American Lady l Cnivots Arc Rust Proof Kimonas roilay CASTORIAI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of ONLY 125 TO CINCINNATI AND RETURN On Sunday June IS there will be an excursion from this city to Cincinnati and return via FtIC Ry and Q C C Ry for the low rate of X125 round trip The train will leave this city at 7 a in sharp und returning will leave Cincinnati at 880 p m The attractions lire the Zoo the Lagoon at Ludlow tool a game of baseball between the Cincinnati Club and the great Boston Bean haters 402t THE LOUISVILLEEVENING An Independent Newspaper AT THE RATE OF ONLY 25K PER MONT MAIL BBYI IA department for everybodytFAIREST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES IISCELLANYIBEST SHORT STORIESrBEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWSsBEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVERYTHINGa fONE200THREEONE MONTH Sample cory if you wish Address Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST KyI 100- 001ho t l uu independent newspaper 300 500ThoKODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE t tonesIdigestivo organs Cures Dyspep lrouhlefIs llOpsiatGuv W Atkinson of W Va says have used a number of butters of Kodol Dyspepsia Curl anti hay found it to be a very elleutivu and indeed a llowcrflilr- 01l1NI for stomach ailments L SoldbIllinois Central Seventh S River Louisville 101JUIIlori in SimvOrKHus Special No LI pmNoLiiyesrA am Arrives 465 pin IBteIIS3Lwivortm For iitral City CnmuftlnK service to ouSundaysA Trains Hun Daily n h s irneFranitfonaoimflaDoiit Entered at the pastotllce ut Frankfort Kent tucks iissicoiulduss nuiilable matter y 4iEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 24 1905 n THE EVOLUTION OF A RAFTSMAN t Rev J A Burns the elqquent preacher principal of Oneida Academy preached at the First Baptist qhurchon Sunday and Sunday l11 The subject Sunday night was The Evolution of a Raftsman It was full ofvivid description and thrilling passages According to his exposition of his subject Clay County is so drained by the streams which make the beautiful South Fork of the Kentucky River that the natural ideal for the Clay county boy is to learn the liver and be able to navigate it on the great rafts which are brought down to the lower markets Every portion of this fertile section is watered by the South Fork and by f Red Bird Bullskin and Goose Creek which unite at Oneida to form that stream The mountain boy of that section has as the I highest ideal of his life to be able to navigate the dangerous narrows below Oneida with a raft in the night time Prof Burns himself is a skilled aftsman and in his earlier days though he is now only 82 years old anade many trips from the upper waters of the tributaries of the South Fork to Frankfort with large rafts of logs He knows + very foot of the Kentucky River and with the skill of the plaster r pilot can avoid its danger points His description of the raft with its human freightage bounding out upon the tide and by giant- strength an superb skill being guided off the rocks and bars was a most thrilling one It was pa thetic to hear his story of the 2 mountain boys first experience in Frankfort when his logs sold he uamo in to spend his money for the liquor which crazed his brain and for the pistol which made him in time an accomplished feudist He described the humble mountain cabin in which these thrilling stories were told in the hearing of the boys and how their ambitions were fired for eminence in the same sort of life Turning from this aspect of his tsdI jest he told of the great work being flone by the Oneida Baptist Institute In a passage ofwunder iful eloquence he pictured the vtream of the future which came i to him one day in the early dawn when with no eye to pity andno arm to help save that of his God toe laid all alone the cornerstone of the first of the buildings now on the ample an noble campus Instead of a raftsman consigned to a life of grinding poverty and appalling dangers he dreamed of prosperous farmers tilling the soil and raising all kinds of fruits n and grains He dreamed ofa higher manhood for his people a spiritual manhood which would not only furnish Kentuckywith one of its noblest types of citizen ship but which would furnish the world of missions with a hardy Christian manhood which would Stand buck at no danger and brave deserts seas and savages to take l the religion of Christ to the most distant part of the world Prof Burns is through and through a missionary The narrowness and ignorance of indifference and op position to the mission enterprise stands rebuked by the very subtlo influence which goes out from his consecrated personality A large audience waspresent to hear him notwithstanding the extreme heat Mothers Ear WORD III MOTHMHm IARi WHKH HUaSIMQ INFANT AND IH MONTHS THAT COMI REFORM THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION BUfWfB THE EXTRA aTRHMOTH AND ftOUmiBHMMMT BO MBCUBBARY FOR THE HEALTH OP ROTH MOTHER AHO CHILDSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemIsts 40 415 Pearl Street New York Soc and iroo all druggists i n Badly Shattered Nerves and WeaK Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or PestIDrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadsially where the p tients heart is weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a blood tonic which speedily corrects and regulates the hearts action enriches the Mood and improves the circulation It will build it did Mr Crawford whose letterfollows and greatly improve your general health I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely recommend them as the best remedies for tile diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on my left side had frequent smothering palpitateIsuffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds I am happy moneyIwhile I was illT R CRAWFORD Center Texas All druggists sell and guarantee first bot lie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart J iseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE STEWART HOME We are in receipt of an elegant illusItrntedHome located at Farmdale this county formerly known as the Kentucky Military Institute The Home is just the thing for nervous and backward children who can not keep up with the other children in our schools At the same time that they are taught their mental and nervous conditions are watched over and treated by Dr John P Stewart the efficient and able Superinten dent and Proprietor Dr Stewart is a worthy successor to his la mented and beloved father and by lifelong experience is pecu liarly qualified for the work to which he has given his life The situation of the Home is ideal being on the high table land lying above the Kentucky river and is thoroughly sanitary in all its appointments Shady groves and grassy lawns afford fresh air and exercise for the pupils and their every want is anticipated with unflagging zeal by the em ployesIvery reasonable Inquirers should address Dr John P Stewart Farmdale Ky for any informa tion desired Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate lor skin ernptUas THE Y M C A SWIMMING CLUB The Swimming Club of the local Y M tC A has been reor everyIcosts 2 to become a member of the Club and to enjoy the privileges of the Club House Towels will be furnished at 2 cents each Lockers and keys can be secured by calling on the General Secre tary and paying 25 cents There is no healthier sport than swimming and the young men in the club are a fine set of fellowsI ienulnelLaxative WATER MAIN EXTENDED ON WEST SIDE The water company will extend their mains to the entrance of Lake Park on Kentucky Avenue West Side as soon as possible It has been learned that the cases of typhoid fever in that thriving part of the city were occasioned by the use of well water by the families affected W Early Risers Tn famous Uttto pllffe 71i WHAT IS WRONG WITH COLLEGE SPORT Cpncluding The College Ath lete in the July McClures Henry Beach Needhnm makes fur ther revelations of the trickery and dishonesty which commercialism fosters in undergraduate sport Baseball players come in for the slime attention the football stars received in the first paper and bp- cause it is easier for a hall player to turn his skill into a surrepti tious source of income the conditions are worse with the ball nines than with the elevens It is a startling story Mr Need hum has to tell of these young- men practising in their college days all the wiles of the bribe giver and the bribetaker Few players could be convicted in a court of law he sasIon the charge of receiving money or its equivalent for playing ball It is easier to convict a legislator of bribetakingyes the attorney for the big corporation of bribe giving than to convict a college gentleman of evading the rules he is pledged to live up to and of taking money This is a strong statement but that it is within the facts Mr Needhams narrative proves beyond any doubt for his story is one of specific instances and he never fails to name the men the time and the place For all the evils he shows up the writer is far from pessimistic- It is true beyond question he says the conditions have been far worse than they are today He puts the blame upon the spirit that makes a business of winning costI other than the scientific trainers who watch over the physical condition of the athletes were let go if the ama teur coachesthe college grad uateswere sent about the serious business for which their collegiate education supposedly fits them and if the development of the uni versity crews elevens and nines were left to the undergraduates primarily to the various team captains a large part of the evils in college athletics would disap pear It The hope of col lege amateurism is in the awaken ing of a spirit of true sportfair play and spurt for sports sake dAr0B IABean the- Sfgnaturt of A Booht SPLENDID WHEAT CROP NEARLY ALL HAR VESTED countyIcrop vested Many of them say that lit is the best crop raised by them in years both in quantity and quality MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE The Democratic Committee met on Tuesday last pursuant to the call of Chairman John D Griffin Rules were adopted to govern the action of the committee in the con test bptween Col E H Taylor Jr and Mr IJF Johnson over the nomination for Representa tive and July 25 was fixed upon as the date at which the hearing of the evidence will be had Y M C A BOYS IN CAMP Some twelve or fifteen of the younger members of the local Y- 11C A went into camp to gether with the Lexington and Versailles contingent on Mon day on the Kentucky river above Tyrone The camp is in charge of Secretary Paul Swain F C CHANGE OF TIME Commencing Monday June 5th 1005 the morning train on the F 10 Ry will leave Frankfort at 620 a m instead of 650 as heretofore and will leavu Georgetown at 712 a m This train will arrive at Paris at 750 a m and connect with trains on Kentucky Central for Carlisle Millersburg Maysville Cyntlitana Falmouth und Cincin westbound morning train on F C will leave Paris at 830 arriving at Georgetown at 905 a m connecting with local southbound train on the Q C and arrive Frankfort at 1120 a m c w HAY Genl Passenger Agent 89 tf jIjtfrjjl Pleasant to take f TrdelVricr Laxative f Syrupit I Ji flif NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f f i Ask Your DoctorTAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts arertAt- he best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines J LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring ir about a complete cure ridding you of such as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnessa Bloated Feeling etc If ianyALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE N j Tobacco Bellows Blowers t Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Finger 7 11tJI Scythes and Snatches 4 Scythe Stones Wheellborrows1 Tresher Machine 1oij t J TarpaulinsMonkey Wrenches ist Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 00 FRANK G STAGG1 t0s Hardware Paints Oils Etc 4- r LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE MAY 1905 EASTBOUNDI WESTBOUND 1No2 1PM IDalb A M Leave BtalloM1 IM18 A Ar 11 QIl225 745 0 Lexington 606 V 810 825 20 Winchester aJ 590 j aw ois Clay City 489 406 923 Stanton 828 480 485 954 449 1008 62 801I511 1029 70 Beattyville Junction 896 194610 1180 gjJackson 235 r Trains No 8 and trains daily except Sunday Trains 8 and mnke close connection at O K for points on the O K BT and local station J B BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager Q P A OHIO AND 8jI BundI Stations No Daily Ex Burnt No1 Dallyj other Ex No 21I lINo8 fI1010I JTorrent 401f SterlingTrains KENTUCKY RAILWAY 1No INo 11AMia A M Lve PM Lve AMAr IPMAr o 980 285 Jackson 880 926 280 O K Junction 885 1120 1 158 Wilhurst t 417 1152 c848I 152 Hampton 480 Il1i8 128 Lee City 6l0 122J 19 191 122 Hetochawa x18 1228 1160I 105 Cannel City 55 125 27 Nos and 22 will make close connection at O k K Junction with Nos Sand 4 for r points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLET Superintendent f iy See our t i iI I50c Skirt tf t 50c Gown j lrJ lOc 25c Corset c CIIover I frt 91r STAMPING GROUND Mr Richard C Head attended the Con federate Reunion in Louis ville last week Miss Stella Hill is visiting rein tives at Owenton t daughtersington Mo Mrs R C Head and children are visiting her fatherinlaw Mr Joel S Head at Burgin Mrs Alice Dickerson of Vial t nut Hills Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Mrs Geo E Wilker t raon Misses Robertsof Owen county who have been visiting Mr J S Head and wife have returned to thier home Mr R B Jones of Lexington vis building a big barn for Messrs B and L B Stone Mrs Annie Wilkerson and xdaughter Mrs Leila McGinty and children of Holland Texas Mrs Itf A J Dawson and sons of Bas trop Texas were guests of Mrs Frances Bond and other relatives t this week yThe hot weather while it has J been hard on delicate people and l little children has been fine for l the wheat and corn ITte have had several very heavy in the last week y Nearly all the wheat has been Prut or will be by the last of the tt week UNOItJ C7A S TOR = A Bean tie Il Sfgnaturejj A j OFFICERS ELECTED BY COM utPANYE An election for officers was held on Tuesday night by Company E r 2d Regiment Kentucky National i Guards with the following results 1 Captain Hiram B Williams 1st Lieutenant Edward B Joke 2d LieutenantClarence Wil COXrr action was rendered neces nary by the resignation of Capt t 4 VC Lutkemier and Ibt Lieu tenant C Combs Furr I JNO E MILES AGENT Dealer In High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky LifeIjx 14 I am agent for the sale of r BALLARDS OBELISKtA FLOUR iX At grocersIt exchangeJwith farmers at M K Flour Store Call and see me and give mo your trade yJNO E MILES one 3tf j Hot Weather Needs The assortment of Fans we show at 5c lOc 15c and 25c are the most tempting values we have ever shown We gave an import order for them and storyHoyal made oftthe best Cambric Nain sook and Long Cloth Gowns Corset Covers Drawers Skirts Every garment is perfectly made and you can readily see its worth Special Prices This Week CHAS J WEITEL ISuccessor to Weitzel ODonnell IN MEMORIAM Of my aunt Mrs Mary J Allen who died at her home May 4 1905 age 64 years 1 month 9 daysShe has been a devoted member of the Christian Church at An tioch for years She has been a constant sufferer many months She was faithful to the last She was the joy of her children and supremely loved by her husbands But God knows best he has pre pared a place for her in that bright world above and has called her home Now she has crossed over the river to the bright celes tial sphere where she awaits the coming of the dear bereaved ones left behind Her funeral was conducted by Rev J K P South after which she was laid to rest in the grave yardfOh sadly do we miss you No earthly tongue can tell But in heaven we hope to meet you For God doeth all things well For beyond this world of cnreISoon we will find ones waiting In our Fathers mansion fair Yes she has gone but not for By gottenIere we meet her In that bright and glorious dawn M S Scald head is an eczema of the scalpvery severe sometimes but it can be cured Doans Oint ment quick and permanent in its result At any drug store 50 cents SHUT DOWN FOR SEASON The celebrated 0 F C Distil lery the property of the Geo T Stagg Co made their last mash for the season on Wednesday and wil run out today The Geo Baker Distillery lo cated at the Forks of Elkhorn closed down for the season on Wednesday This leaved only the Old Tay lor the property of Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons in Wood ford county in operation BOOK ON CALIFORNIA 56 pages 76 illustrations De scribes California and the route there Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Union Pacific and South ern Pacific Line This is the route of The Over land Limited Leaves Union Pas senger Station Chicago 605 p m daily Arrives San Francisco the third day in time for dinner California book sent for 6 cents postage F A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Howell U81 Broadway New York QUALITY vs QUANTITY Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the of perfeotdigestionWhen you take Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you onto It digests wlmtyou ont regardless of the condition of the stomach and convoys the ties to the blood and tissuesThis builds up and strengthens the en pureslIndigestion If Jtt rt Crt r 11 r C R 0 TIME TABLE 1SOUTH NollA No iPM Ly 70olt690Frankfort 1NORTH Nol9A No PM 80CShelbyville 7l0ADr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bacoeiaful treatment for blood and skin dUeettt DR R M COBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers J 103in IIouizens EXICURSIONS C O NationalIon July10thbe extended to August 81st Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Convention Tickets on sale July 2d yd and 4thwith limit of July 15th Rate 1600 Tickets may be extended to Au gust 81st Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion Tickets on sale July 1200Atlantic 14th limit 15 days Rate City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Au gust 14th Rate 14 00 Old Point Comfort Va Sum mer Excursion August 12th limited 15 days Rate 1200 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address- G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent Lexington Ky J102niDr Weavers Syrup Punta the blood i Cerate ointment for the iII BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANYJ Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 1a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m everyhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 18 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 in to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8 50 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10a m 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 II business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tf f Il a T ITS YOUR KIDNEYS Dont Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles A Frankfort Citizen Shows How to Cure Them Many people never suspect their kidneysIf from a lame weak or aching back they think that i is only a muscular weakness when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself And symptomsis just where the the danger lies You must cure these troubles or Brightsdisenseis Doans Pills It cures all ills which are caused by weak or di peopltestifyMrs C V Webber of 426 High rebberIback were terrible At night II sufferedmost I fairly dreaded often to go to bed for the aching after I lay down was more than an ordinary mortal should be called hardlylietempted to turn to either side sharp twinges caught me in the small of my back and as a result I have laid awake for hours suffer ing torture arising in the morning more tired than when I went to kidneysthedistressing had bothered me ever since I was a child Not until I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Galyes drug store was I able to find anything that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until it stopped and good sound re freshing sleep followed The dim culty with the kidney secretions was also greatly relieved As a considerablybetter months before I commenced theI use of Darns Kidney Pills b For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents osterlIilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Dr Weavers Treatment Srap purifiM the blood Cerate hMli skin ernpttou New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAH AND THE I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for iFranisco Excursion tickets now on For further information call on or address BT MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ey H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo FANS See our novelties inzFANS TOCj 15c 25c JSEMI- s the Flour that made Frankfort famous AllY the world is eating it praisingiFrankfort is the home of J E M rtJE M Sold only by Grocers THE CHILDR FAVoRITE WhoopingCoughCure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes a good and cures Sold by J W Gayle OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS passengersdesiring Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train aa follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 600 pmNo 6 at until 480 p mINo 14nt Burgin until 410 i p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf all gone Headache- Storilach out of order Simply a case of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bitters will make a new man or woman of you Queen and CrescentRoute Shortest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN fC INC INN ATIC- HATTANOOG A- ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS AND ITEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter CsEs CLARKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky Ma Il ATT NFARMERS strongest Eir in the- World 307309 Main St Both Phones CONCENTRATION OF DEVEL OPMENT FORCES TN WEST VIRGINIA KENTUCKY AND VIRGINIA a In the great central con and tim bnr region embracing West Virginia and part of Kentucky and South west Virginia arc centering the I most gigantic development forces of America In that section there is an eager scramble by the leading financiers and the great industrial corporations to socuro control of large properties and to still further develop properties already owned construction coalmining lumbering operations and vast in dustrial movements generally are wayIn to present to the world a comprehensive story of the resources of that territory and of the t forces which tire now combining t make that region one of the greatest industrial centers of the world the Manufacturers Record of Balti more will for the next few months have its special correspondent Mr Albert Phenis make a careful and comprehensive study of its natural advantages its wealth otf coal and timber and its railroad develop mont and in a series of broad and comprehensive letters which will be given the widest possible circulation Mr Phenis will tell the story of the coal and iron and timber and railroad development of West Virginia Virginia and Kentucky In order to further this work and to secure all possible data which may add to its value the Manufacturers Record invites suggestions regarding matters of special inter est covering the resources and ross of this section and the prospects of largo developments in the future DEDICATION SWALLOW FIELD LODGE 1 0 0 F BUILDING r The building of Swallowheld Lodge No 59 1 0 0 P located at Peaks Mill will be dedicated on Friday July 28 Fine music i good speaking dancing games etc will he supplemented by an oldfashioned burgoo und barbe cue will bo invited IBUY YOUR OWN PAPER t A man who was too economical Tto subscribe for his home paper sent his little boy to borrow the copy taken by his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over u 4 staftd of bees and in ten minutes looked like a wart summer squash His cries reached his1 father who ran to his assistance and failing to notice a barbed S wire fence ran into it breaking it down cutting a handful of flesh from his anatomy und ruining a 5 pair of pouts The oldcow took advantage of the gap in the fence und got into the cornfield and killed herself outing green Hearing the racket the wife ran upset a fourgallon churn of rich cream into a basket of kittens drowning the whole flock In her hurry she dropped her 25 set of false teeth The baby left alone crawled through the spilled cream into the parlor ruining a 20 carpet During the excitement the oldest daughter ran away with the hired man the dog broke up eleven setting hens and the calves got out and chewed the tails off four flue S y Jsr der Now is the time to do your fencing We are sole agents for Pittsburgh Perfect STEEL FENORWelded by the Fence for Field Farm Lawn and I cropsClover I I served- Everybody rcorn shirtsI ElectricityJust PoultryI P C SOWERr RSONALS Continued Rev H L McMurray of Oneida Ky left Saturday for Ploasureville where ho preached on Sunday for the Baptist Church Miss Ruth Robinson who ha been visiting her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad has returned home Mr Flourney Hunt of Greenville Miss who has been the guest of his sister Mrs Prue Rodman ha returned home = Mr C R Elliott and wife of St Louis Mo are of their cousin Mrs M B Adams lhirdI street Mr Walter Crutcher of Texas who has been the guest of his CrutcheroWest Side tries returned home Mrs Thos J Smith and Miss Lizzie Pepper are guests of their sister Mrs Chas D Clay near LexingtonMr le Reading attended the weddint of his brother Mr John W Rending to Miss Gay In Wood ford county this week Mrs Louise D VanWinkle of Danville was the guest of her son Mr A C VanWinkle Shelby street this week Mr Munford Merrill of Rich mond Va who has been the guest Lindseylr fumllyhnogomery county to spend the sum mer Rev OhM E Maddry pastor of Evergreen Baptist Church Farm dale was called to his home at Hillsboro N t by the serious illness of his mother Rev O L Powers pastor of Providence Baptist Church Wood lake left Monday for New York City en route to the Baptist Worlds Congress at London England Mr B M Wooten of Hydln Los lie county was the guest of Mr Chas G Mutzenburgh this week politicianMiss Nancy Barkeley stenographer for Judge T RI McBeath Re ppealfiitedthis week uccompnniodhisto Mudlaviu Springs Monday where Mrs Stewart goes for the benefit of her health Mrs Fan n in Reed and daughters Mrs Henry Leslie and Miss Frances Reed who have been guests of Cal John N Crutoher West Side left Wednesday for their homes in the Lone Star State BryanleansMessrs WT W H Lewis and Mr Goo A Lewis this week This is his first visit to his old home in this county since 1857 IDr Samuel H Martin is at homo on a visit to his parents Mr und Mrs Samual Martin He was one of the honorary graduate class this year at the Medico Chi College of Philadelphia iMr W H Kidd wife and daugh tor little Miss Ellso returned Frijday night the former from a fOllrI months trip through the SouthIand tile latter from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Hunts villo Alabama CountyJudgeAttorney Win Preston Kimball Mr J Waller Bodes Mr John Mo Elroy and Mr C H Wilkorson composed a company of Fayotto county politicians who were hero on Wednesday if f4I I 4a st FROM OUR SAILOR BOY U S R S Franklin Norfolk Va Mr Goo A Le Frankfort isIdropswe are all well and still a soonerlbutlite I am getting too lazy to go to sleep and you knotti when a fellow sousesyou so very sorry to read in trite Call that Mr Geo Phillips was dead as he only kicked me off his ear about one dozen times f also saw where Mr J B was in Cincinnati to buy fireworks for the Fourth and he knows what to buy to please the people so you all can look out for a good time The Town is going out this evening and I hate to see her go for she is so pretty I like to lay in the shade on the grass and look at her L have wished about 10000 times I was going to leave here on her She is only going to make a small cruise around the world There is a ter pedo station and I went over there yesterday and took a shot at one of them and they have some work about them They are about five feot long and have an engine in them and a small propeller and a rudder and I dont know what else When they are started the engine starts too The end is filled with powder and has a nose or cap on the end and when the V1onlthey cant miss dayIBrutus but I read the rest of tha piece and saw it was not our Brutus I was glad it was not our Tom for he is a good boy and I like him Tell Mr Joe not to get hurt by Alwayslaylight it and run The themometer here Is 87 today It seems like get III bad oaf Friday all the time II We have a little drill here and to get out the Roundabout at home but I like to drill when I am not sleepy My pencil needs to be sharpened and I am too lazy to get a goodbyI =hotter bring thing to a close for this time as I must take my little nap before sup per Schultz the beer that made Mil waukee famous Goodby Yours truly CHAS J 8HEETJNGER P Sgxousonl1 typographical errors as I have forgotten most the cases Dr Cadys Condition 1owuerfi are jusfc what a horse needs when in bad aielmifugontitlicine and the best in use to pm horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For salo by J VV Gayle and LeComnte Gayle COMES BACK AGAIN Dr Richard P Buokmastor the well known osteopathic physician has come back to und will open an oflice in this city on next Tuesday Attention is called to his advertisement in another column Dr Buckmaster is the first osteopathic physician who over practiced in this city He is an all around splendid follow and a firstclass operator His many friends who have been re- Moved by his treatment in the past will bo glad to welcome him back againIFine Head Lettuce Telephone No ICO 88tf i jiIo LM t Will Conform to the most uneven round r j it tucky t t 11Ii11- elTi tfiirt J 1f1 t i t tr f 4t i A New Pattern 11i f In Sterling Silver JewelerFrankfort Spoons and Forks jK + i ihIn gray finish This In price pattern is extremely I e tf I iJtfVAnd we are now readyr ia IjiTo show a full line fy In Spoons Forks and Fancy iAlso chests of Silver i Containing from 30 to over 1 Wedding Presents will be easy r I t From this assortment h i M Reliable A ttt I i J Covered with bes- tCedar j j 1 ShinglesFrom i Hammond 1 SCO j ji t I iJitJ JV W 1 RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHUROH pasISundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel J Baraoa C ass at 945 taught by q the Pastor Baptist oung Peoples Union I will meet h the chapel at 715 This will be a Childrens Praise Service A spool program will be f arranged Prayernii oting on Wednesday chapoltfree ASCEN TON EPISCOPAL CHURCH RV A B Chinn rector Sunday June 25 8 a m Holy Communion 980 a iri Sundayschool 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Prayer and Sermon 4 Wednesday 730 p ni Evening Prayer Friday studyr 16 The public cordially invited to attend k CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C r L E Miller of Lexington will preach At 11 a ni and 780 p m Mr Miller will have charge of the- services wring the absence of Rev r C R Hu Icon the pastor Sunday school at 980 a m in I the chap f Christi in Endeavor Society will meet in me chapel at 700 p m Leader Mrs J C Hawkins Topic fOur National Heritage a purpo e meeting Pray or even 1T ing at 730 in the chapel onIelfinvited t f SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 3HURCHRev Win Crowe the- pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p Sundi yschool at 930 a m lls Your Peoples Society at 530 p r m evenir Every body to attend CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector t Low toss at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m chool at 2 p m Vospurs at 780 p m S BY T E R J AN CHUKJCHRev J McClusky Blay ney DI D the pastor will preach at 11 ni in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m OhrJsJPrayermooting Wednesday oven ins at 780 p m Visl turs cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev l J O A Vaught the pastor will preaol at 11 a in anti 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 o m t for League at 8 p m 1Senfor League at 7 p m Wednesdayifir Ev rybody invited to attend tt EdJi LeostownjI t 780 JA rayermeetlllg will be held oft I hesef11AN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe will preach at this church on Sun r day afternoon at 880 oclock J JI 1 J 1fi 1 FLYER DAYS FOR THIS WEEK ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 23 and 24 LAWNS GINGHAMS f f DOTTED SWISS- UMBRELLASi f v j K T11ia1s the chance for a Silk Dress GOc Silk now 25c yardAll Iancy Silk Iec1tidcd Millinery at Less than Half Price SD JOHNSON CO Summer Sale I A few of the articles White China Silks for 25c yd White India Silks yd wide 75c for 50c yd Colored Glade Silks yd wide 150 125 for 98cyd Wool Dress Goods 75c 65c yd for 40c ydICheck Muslins for Underwear 5c yd India Linens 5c 8 12c 10c 12 12c reduced White Mercerized Waisting 25c for 18c yd v White Mercerized Waisting 50c for 35c yd Persian Lawn 45 inches wide 15c yd v Ladles White Vests taped for 5c better grades for 8c10c and 12c Ruffled Swiss Curtains 50c 75c and 100 pr Art Squares 9 x 12 feet 500 Mattings at reduced prices Window Shades only 25c Ribbons Laces and Turn Over Collars reduced Calf and be convinced Fs J HEENEY Cs M BRIDGEFORDDEALER Wall Paper Pun tsOils Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Gurnnteecl si3m I A Policy in THE BUUIT ABLE LIFE WILL PROTECT YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN PROVIDE FOR YOUR OWN OLD AGE PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROTECT A MORTGAGE ON YOUR HOUSE PROVIDE THE PURCHASE PRICE FOR A HOME PROVIDE AN INCOME FOR A DEPENDENT PERMIT YOU TO LIVE UP TO YOUR INCOME PROVIDE A COLLEGE COURSE FOR YOUR SON PREVENT A FORCED SALE OF PROPERTY PREVENT ANY NEED FOR WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE PROTECT PARTNERS OF A BUSINESS FIRM PREVENT PAUPERISM AND ENCOURAGE THRIFT Ralph R Wilson District Manager prank C Hutchison Local RepresentativeJ value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality Thfe 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 f jV ii Reliable Syringes We can stand between yon and the endless trickery that exists in rubber goods can protect you from inferior goods or unfair prices The market is flooded with cheap fountain syringes that are only intended to last ft few months No such goods come here buy of the best 1YeI the country and will guar antee every claim made for the goods Every Syringe is made of Para rubber no matter how low our price may be J W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway I Frankfort Ky h GET THE HABITIAND READ Complete Reports QFTHE MARKETS POLITICAL ALL OTHER NEWS N IV fsI RAILROADFINANCIAL BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH A FEARFUI FATE It is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of Piles 1 can truthfully say writes Harry Colson of Masonvillo la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklers Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also host for cuts burns and injuries 25o at all druggists l t t L01j Hts KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by the different fair associations through out the State for their 1005 exhibition have been announced daysDanvilleHarrpdsburg August 84 days daysjdays t Lawrenceburg August 15 4 days daysGuthrie daysSpringfield Nicholasville August 29 8 days daysFlorenceElizabethtown September 8 days IGlasgow September G1 days Fair September 18 6 daysHenderson September 2G6d- ays Falmouth September 27 4 daysOwensboro October 105 days THE SALVE THAT PENE PItA TES DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve pen etrates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifociont and healing influence it subdues in flammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm speclfiofortrudintj Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made byJ DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamer of the Leaving toot of hf MadisonStreetDaily 015 A after trains Returning arrive Week r Sundays ooo PM Fare to Detroit unlimitedround tripiaj BzeurslolU- to Detroit and return k Days 9i Sunday S75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 8100 meals aad berth extra Special Rater to Socbtlt Close con nections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc For further inftrmatioa see nearest writeIOOLOENOJfJL 9 CANDIDATE 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 Eleo tion November 190520te Ui l ry Written for the Roundabout GHOSTS R 10MEN No II Chapter Second What is the holiest That which today and ever on Deeper and deeper felt souls More and more together binds Jack quoted standing before me t I withsmiling lips and a light of re solve within his deep blue eyes Tom old friend Goethe was not far from the truth when he learned this lesson and your being here seems to verify it ISupper Is ready cornel The room in which the table wa laid for two was a long narrow shed which appeared to have heel added to the log house after the main room was built A door at the furthest end being closed I uspected it shut out from my view the bed room of the wife and w ohild who were nowhere to be seen t Atall shambling youth of per haps 14 years was standing by th open fire place with a plate o bread in his hand whom Jack pre vented to me as Joe more correct ly known as Hynidam later on I took my seat on a narrow bench before a low square wooden table spotlessly clean but devoid Iof oloth or napery The plates J were of tin shining as silver My knife and fork of steel with black handles A tin spoon was in the P tin cup and we had our coffee i poured out by Joe without sugar enjoyecitI j fooffeeI remember a little spray of wildwhite violets was on the table und the cracked old cup containing them was like unto the vase of Gahalda in the Palace of Perie The fare of cornbread bacon and eggs tasted sweeter than ambrosia After we had eaten Jack led the way to a nearby spring where we sat and talked until the wee small hours He told me pages of his lifes historywhich shall be written in the years to come and piloted to my little room just as th faint rays of the moon came up over the tree tops l mayhavemy watch I found it had stopped 4running The silence was oppressive I 1 could almost hear the loud throb preparedforpurse with my trousers underI 1 the cots pillow and whispering a f prayer for safety as I lifted my eyes to the small window where moonlight came softly inIj gliding with trailing garments ofI silvery sheen the of the lughtIOften on the praries of Texas I had lain with open eyes listens fug to the distant yelping of coyotes while the rythmic beutI of a supreme stillness measured the pulse heats There was a near ness to Mother Nature as I lay on i onlyforconfines of four square wallsthere was an impression of something near me which was not of earth It made me double though not tortific fact that I had sought to disc cover all my life the transposi tion of thought the open sesame of memory and I accepted it inI the spirit ofa frightened child Jacks story his wife his child impressed me with peculiar insistence and as I wrestled with the problem and its significance Jack entered followed by his wife who was pleading with him in an un known language Both appeared to he asleep or under some strange influence that she was vainly striving to overcome and taking the hand of her husband both passed out through another door unobserved until now Springing up I followed them dressing myself as I ran Once t veryfastany direction or condition except keepingtheminsight ness shut us in and I heard the musicrsweet so so entrancing that my very soul cried out in ex tacy We have but faith we can not For knowledge is of things we see My ecstacy followed TennysonI Behold we know not anything I con but trust that good shall Fall at lastfnr offat last To all springSoBut what am I An infant crying in the night lightAndAnd my strength was further tested by a stern command at my very side Are you a friend or a spy Continued in the next No need to fear sudden attacks of cholera infantum dysentery complaintsof Wild Strawberry in the medi cine chest A LEAF FROM KENTUCKY HISTORY Written for The Kentucky Far mer and Breeder by John Gall IndianfThe first woman to own a piece of land in Kentucky was Susannah Boone daughter of Daniel Boone patentforThe first marriage in Kentucky was that of Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Callaway August 7 177G Their daughter Faun inborn in 1777 was the first white child in theState born of parents married in the State The first plow stock manufac tured in Kentucky was made by Harrodshurginloom while his wife brought tho first spinning wheel to tho State and wove from tho lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufac tured and from buffalo wool the linseyThe in the State run by water power was perhaps MCMur1trypaper Iwas erected by Elijah Craig near 1792eapple seeds were planted in Mercer county by members of the McAfee Company in 1775 Lr Walker and his companions planted the first peach seeds and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men near Barbourville in 1750 The first wagon of which history gives an account was run over Smiths wagon road from Lexing ton to Maysville in 1783 by a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was constructed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 The first railroad about one byJamesMeter in 1832 Time cars were drawn by horses The first horses were brought to the State in 1750 by Dr Walker the first cattle and hogs by Boone and his companions in 1775 The first lawyer in Kentucky wins John Williams manager of CompanyThe visit ed Kentucky were those under the leadership of Col Wood who in 1054 explored the northern boundary of the State The first Frenchmen to view any portion of the State were a small band of fur traders who in 1078 traveled in canoes down the Mis sissippi as far us the mouth of the Araknsas The first white native American to visit Kentucky was John Sailing of Virginia who in 1780 was carried as a prisoner by the Indians through the State The first white woman that oversaw Kentucky was Mr Mary Inge who in 1750 was carried as a BigBonoThe first Dutchmen to visit Kentucky were a small company which established the White Oak Settle ment in Madison county The first settlement of French men in the State was established- at a point opposite the mouth of the Scioto river in 1780 The first house built by Englishmen was Dr Walkers cabin on Cumberland river in 1750 The first permanent English settlement was at Harrodsburg in 1775 1ho first court in the State was held at Hurrodsburg in 1777 The first road in the State was Boones trace- i The first store in was that of the Transylvania Company atHarrodsburgThe at Bnonesboro was taught by Joseph Doniphan in 1779The first sermon preached in Kentucky was delivered by Rev John Lythe of the Church of England in 1775 The first ferry was established at Boonesboro in 1775 The first county seat in Ken tucky was that of Lincoln county HnrrodsburgI passedinI A GREAT IMRPOVEMENT Chief of Fire Department E H improvejof the old tumbleddown affair of the past at the rear of the lot a stout and close board fence some plncedIonwhitewashed until it shines A muchneeded shed has been erect ed in which to put the extra hose wagon and the dust cart Tho lot between the main building and the shed will be graded so that the water will run hack into a sewer in place of under the floor of the building When this work is completed the fire boys can pride themselves on having as neat and cozy a fire house as anywhere to bo found A large part of this work has been done by Chief Taylor and his men in their spare thus savj ing a considerable sum to tho Ci Y1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ADJOURNED UNTIL SEPTEMBERi The Court of Appeals closed the April term on Saturday last and adjourned until court in course about the middle of September A big amount of work was dis posed of receipt coupon with lines Qenl Agent Broadway YOkK MILLER General Passenger CHICAGO JiiJlinIsonatAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgrooul but Experiments that trifle with and endanger theft health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTOR IAO is harmless substitute Castor Ill goric Drops and Soothing Syrups is Plea tsant Ittcontains neither Opium Morphine other t substance Its ago is guarantee It destro s Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea ahid Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures stipatlon and Flatulency It assimilates Food later the and Bowels giving healthy and uatufral sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA A WAYS fr4 Bears the Signature of I The Kind You Have Always Poup I In Use For Over 30 Years IITHE i f =Billions Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved lay abed Couldnt wako you shook him When slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started wakin Evry morn when day wnQ breaks this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the an MAD OHASE In it u J 11dis1Ur I 1KinAstAl 1 Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during the last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East R Big opportunities for the man who lives there7 Why not look the fieldover a Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or LosFAng- eles and return May 2 3 10 n 12 13I2930 31unelAugust 678910 II 1213 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour I I ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points in California only 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This js the route of The Overland Limited leaving UnionI IRPassenger Station Chicago 605 and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries touristtsleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers tips Complete information sent free on blank filled W S HOWELL Eastern NEW CITY or F A Agent are Cnstorla a for It nor Narcotic its Co the reg Stomach NW to him if his ing- Whats swer IN f M i 9 m kf Name Street address RaiICity StateIProbable destinationrCALIFORNIA