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T v L t TTTt-If THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERIEVOJ + D TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In d ynnce X YOL XXVIlL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 15 1905 NO14a TjTAN OXFORDS t ARE NECESSARY THIS SEASON 1 THE Tan Oxford is this season claiming its rightful place as the best summer shoe Tan is the coolest leather that can be worn2fihe softest and easie st von the fut Mnny 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 f Brown Kid Sailor Tie turn sole soft as a glove rather narrow toe S350 300 300 Laird Schober Cos Tan Oxfords A southern tie made of tan kid with cloth top and very light turn sole is a great seller extremely soft end pleasant to the feet Then a great variety of Russia calf welt oxfords for street wear-y 4The 5The southern tie is welt oxfords Queen Quality Tan Oxfords Gibson Ties blucher oxfords and plain lace styles in Russia calf with Vjwelted soles sailor ties Gibson ties and button oxfords in tan vici with light flexible soles Prices 250 and Ss 3 flr Laird Schober t Cos are practically the only womens fine shoes in the 1 country They are unequalled in any respectbut especially in daintiness qualitiesV espec varietyfj R K McCLURE SON 212214 S Clair Street Frankfort Ky PECULIAR ACCIDENT On Monday inoining last Mr R A Brawner contractor for tno briuk work on the Rogers building had a horse drawing up briok to the third story with a windlass when the animal commenced to slip on the run which was sat urated by the rains of Sunday and became frightened jumped oil of the run and attempted to get out on the sleepers but fell between them After considerable trouble he was raised out of the place and strange to say beyond a tow places whoro the skin was rubbed oil he was unhurt BUYS FARM t Mr Ed Macon has bought the farm of Mr R A Brawnor con taining some 44 acres lying on the river below Loestown The price paid was private RECOVERED HIS HORSE Mr1 Ed Crutuher who had his fine saddle and buggy mare stoleit on Sunday week ago recovered her in Louisville last week The thieves escaped They had stolen a buggy in which they had gone to that city The thieves were two halfgrown colored boys When they found they were being fol lowed and likely to be caught they abandoned the buggy and horse e BUYS LEXINGTON PROPERTY Mr John P Starks of Louisville purchased the handsome store room on Upper street Lexington next door to that occupied by Mr Jas L Watson for 15700 1ho build log belonged to Mrs Paulo Roberts Outhr o a cousin of Mr Starks wife Mr Starks bought it as an investment as the rental will pay a comfortable per cent on the money 7 ro HANDSOME LAUNCHES Two of the handsomest launches ever soon on the river came here on Tuesday afternoon They be longed to two Cincinnati parties who were en route to High Bridge After taking on supplies at the Frankfort Elevator Coal Cos wharf they proceeded on up the river CHAMPION CABBAGE RAISER Mrs Chas W Satfell is the cham pion cabbage raiser of the city She had on exhibition at her hus bands store this week a cabbage which sho liaised in her garden on Second street which weighed J10 pounds Next WILL BUILD HOME Mr Frank D Clark an ollloor of internal revenue will soon cum mence the erection of a cottage home on his lot on Shelby street r iI i GREAT CROWDS iave Been Pouring In Every Day at C Ka InBrosMa- mmoth l Clearance Sale IN 1ofastonishing prices which prevail have proven a powerful magnet to draw the economical buyer from many miles away This Great Sale con tinues Only 7 Days Longer If vou are in need of any kind of DRESS GOODSJon cannot afford to delay one day to attend this unusual sale hut come at once and take advan tage of the rare opportunity to save money You cannot find a better investment for your dollars than at this Mammoth Clearance Sale We will mention only a few of the numerous bargains we have to offer SILKS 50c quality sale price 874c per yard 100 quality sale price 75c per yard 125 quality sale price 9Sc per yard DRESS GOODS 50c quality sale price 874c per yard 75c quality sale price 59c per yard 100 quality sale price 75c per yardMLAWNS yurd10eloc quality sale price 10c per yard INDIA LINEN IlOcquality sale price 8c per yard quality sale price 100 per yard 25c quality sale yurdPERSIAN v 20o quality sale price loc per yurdfj25c quality sale price 20c per 80c quality sale price 24c per yard- GINGHAMS Best jworthTABLE LINENSj50c quality sale price 880 per yard GOc quality sale price 49c per yard sale price 79c per yar HOSIERYalOc quality sale price Sc per loc quality sale price lie per 25c quality sale price lOc per MUSLIN pairj25c quality sale price lOc each 50c Garments sale price 3Sc 100 Garments sale price 79c each SHEETING COTTON yardBest J COTTONS Best OAc Cottons oc per yard Best 8c Cottons tic per yard t CALICOES All the host Calicoes worth oc and Gc at 4c per yard BIG REDUCTION ON TAILORMADE SUITS SKIRTS SHIRT WAISTS AND CHILDRENS DRESSES 7 IW11 = PERSONAL Mrs Jos N Hell is visiting eel a fives in Shelbyville this week Dr1 S Demareo visited ref a tivos in Shelby county this wool f Mr Ins H Ray visited relatives at Bard Well this week Hon Lewis MeQuown has gone ito Bowling Greon for a visit VoPMiss Freddie Kaltonhrun is visit 1aft relatives in Louisville goneOrk11erMrs L B Marshall will go to Martinsville Hid on Monday Col Gus G Coulter of Mayfield was a visitor hero Tuesday tinyville s Mr Paul Collins is visiting friends in Danville toyr a Mr W Ruby Haehigc is visiting friends in Greenville Tenn Mr Henry M Craik is visitin friends in Greenville Tenn Miss Rachel Cromio is visiting friends at Pars Mrs Sam T heavy has gone to Drennon Springs Mr Walter Crady was in Law renceburg on Thursday Col Goo B Harper and wife were in Cincinnati this week Miss Ann Williams of Millvillo visited relatives hero this week Master Clement Boll Chinn visited friends near Jetts this week g Miss Christine Reynolds visited relatives in Lexington this week Mrs W H Posey has gone to Estill Springs for n two wooksstay Mr W H Posey left Sunday fo a trip to Canada and the lakes Mss Sadie Robinson is tho guest of Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad Miss Lottie Wilson is visiting he mother in Aberdeen Ohio Mrs O B Demaree and children Bagdadt CoxSguests of relatives hero this week Mrs Emily McK Sturgis of Bardstown is the guest of Dr J W Hill and wife Mrs Henry T Ireys and Miss Tissie Ho e are in VlrgininEMiss Agnes Brown of Louisville is the of Miss Nan Hammond Taylor venuotreturnediSamuel and wife in Shelbyville 11herin Paris this week Rov A B Chinn who has been of t away for a week or more is at home again Miss Lida Stevens of Fayette county was the guest of Miss Jose E phine Kavanaugh this week Miss Roberta Trurrtbo is r her Sister Mrs M F Wood of LxIington this week Miss Cora Collins left Monday with the Inn Lehr Co to enter upon a stage career rji Mr G Simpson visited friends at Sulphur Henry county this week JVMidwayWeek Miss Virginia Chinn is the guest of Miss Sarah Burnam at Rlchti inond Mrs W P Williams of Irvine was tho guest of her mother Mrs 43 C Bull this week lMiss May Donaldson left Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Louis to villo AIr John P Hanloy and wife re turned Tuesday from Olympia Springs Mr Campbell Johnson has to Asheville N C for the benefit of his health Hon Eli H Brown Jr left Thursday for Bardstown for a stay of several clays Mrs Waller H Lewis who has been visiting her mother at Eliza bethtown has returned IlOnwtRov Wm Crowo is holding a meeting at Mullborry Presbyterian Church Shelby county Mrs Whit Moore maul children aura joined her husband in Indium polis Ind i t iMr David Shearer of Charles n Va is the guest of Mrs V H ett Shulny street Mrs Sallie W Berry of Ver sailles is the guest of her sister Miss Lutio Ware Mrs Alfred Rolling and dough ters of Danville aro guests of 111F A C VanWinlko und wifo Mr Hurry Wcitxel who graduatod at Harvard University recently is at home for tho lwntiolltMr w W Jott of Louisville wns time guest of his mother Mrs Virginia Jott this week iJ iaf Y i Illisf Margaret A Lewis Is visit mother Mrs 1 B Lewis in Versailles Mrs Win A Lewis und son Wil limn A Jr visited Mrs J Jt Lewis in Versailles on Sunday MIJ H Lewis of this office spent Sunday with his wife in Versailles Mr Willinm Reed and wife of Hamilton Ohio visited relatives here this week 1lnRtel Allen ODonnell is visit uncle Mr John B Lee it RichmondMr R Wilson wife arr Castlto Mr K B Weitzol Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitol returned Mon day front a trip to the eastern cities 1nosdayforcounties Miss Garrett of Sholbyville wh MargaretReadMaster Ralph Morse of this office will go to Lexington to re side with his father tonight Miss Mollie ferryman and Misses aregMaj J Alex Grant and wife are guests of their slaughter Mrs Asa Walker at Boston Mass Miss Mamie Bridgoford of Cin cinnati was the guest of relatives here on Sunday Miss Ooriro Baxter Leo who has liciWayhas PrnettIreturned yesterday morn ling from BaiTalo N Y Miss Tots Trabue of Louisville is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Maria A Murphy Wapping street Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner loft Monday for a MrCrutcher at JettstirWhitohead IcrMr L L Oberwarth and wifeC who have been guests of his mother- in Now York City returned homo on Monday night Miss Anna Snyder of Jelferson ville Ind was the guest of Miss Nora Miller of this office on Sun day Miss Katie Bridgoford of Cincinnati who has been the guest of relatives here returned home on Sunday Col A D Martin wife and tJtostay Mr John B Leo and wife of Richmond who have been visiting relatives in this city have returned Miss Massio and Miss Miles Bat man of Henry count are guests Miss Nan Hammond Taylor Avenue Mrs J B Bannister of Lima 0 who has been tho guest of Mrs Ed Abbott Shelby street has returned hump Miss Katie Helm and Miss Lulie of Elizabethtown are of Mrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake Miss Kate Johnson of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs hop P Avcrill has returned home Mrs Geo F Berry and wife Mr Cornelia Bush Dud Miss Cor Gordon have gone to tho sear in Maine Dr E H Black of Louisville visited his sister Mrs Martha Wil near the Forks of Ekhorn his week Miss Catherine Marshall who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Edwina Thompson in Versailles has returned home Mr John Brady who was nailed Paris Ills by the death of his uncle Mr James Sudduth returned homo on Wednesday Misses Lula and Flora Noe Miss Lola Lilian and Mr W T Current FarmerIMr Sam S Bush and wife of Louisville wore guests of Mr Goo- F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill this week Mhs Sadie Williams of Tacoma Wash who has peen the guest of ColE H Taylor Jr atlhisflo- tonhas returned home Miss Carrie Brook and Miss Beatrice Hockonsmith loft Wednes day for a visit to Shelbyville Now Castle and Dr nnon Springs Miss Margaret Collins of Lin 5 coin Ills who has been tho guest of Dr J S Collins returned hone on Tuesday daughterlf1ssdaughter Mrs Chas Clay near Lexington Mr R B M Colvin wife anti of Falmouth who have loon guests of Rev T F Taliaferro and wife Shelby street have returned homo Mrs George Cromor curd c1aughv Miss Lida and Miss Estollo Simeon of Now Albany Jnd were guests of Mrs Rowan Hoary Thorn this week Mrs Shelton Saufloy wifo o Editor Saulley of the Kentucky Journal visited her parents Mr nStanfordMiss Minnie locker and Miss Florence Smodley of Loxiimton HmndenhurgTellers Mr Stevenson of Jhnrsdn1Mr voc0list ofIs of Mr Burma Hondrick and wife at the Terraces have returnedhomer anddauMiddleton who have been visiting relatives in Harrodsburg have returned hone MistrotnrlledhmneMr Hugh Rodman of the Robin whohasCol J L Rodman and wifo hat returned home daughterMIss MrJoinnAvenue this week Rev M B Adams D D wife and sons Marshall and Charles loft SpringsFlemhtgspend part of his vacation familyloreside Mr Morse has secured a good position with the printing office of jiMessrsPerkins W W Iongmoor W Pruitt Graham W C Hay GeoIH Stehlin left Sunday for N Y Prof1 B Cassldn wife and sons left Thursday for Farm Mo whore they will make future home Wo regret toI these good people from our Wo wish them all suc in their new nonce e SINGULAR RESULT On Wednesday afternoon a horso attached to a buggy belonging to a country gentleman began to balk and roar at the corner of St Clair and Main streets The animalt reared three times and came down with Its forelegs over the shafts on the left side and each turning nearer towards the buggy until finally it stripped tiro moab of the harness oil and stood with its head over the dash ot the buggy and its tail in the front of the shafts Beyond a few small breaks in the harness no damage was done DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair FlatsII Port C StamIBu tit Magnificent oftht Leaving foot of 1ltadisonStreetDatlpat after trams Returning arrive Week 830 rSundays Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip ias Excursion to Detroit and return week Day Sunday se Tort Huron and return a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals and berth extra Special Rate 1o SoeitlltJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or writeI0 F f 9 ud Illinois CentralIj Seventh F Fiver Louisville No lOi Memphis N O Ltd No Jeavtw in Arrives am Now Orleans No Li IoCfNoLInlel o n in Arrives 455 P in 1polntHtown no Sunday Korvico to Klizahothtow n and Hodgen 0 Htupa at No ullltntiollHIII loIjaOl in r n m For Central City Connecting service to In8umln r1N THE THEATRICAL WORLD Dramatic Notes of iuterept to Local Theatregoers THE ISLE OF BONG BONO It is promised that the The Isle of Rung Boug R Whitneys magnificent production which will Cnpltaltany r ttyftho average seen in this kind of production while tho music is of the tingling kind the songs de relishedcomedy is laid as the title implies on the Islo of Bong Bung one or the Phillipino groupe Lord Per y FitBinaurice an English nobleman visits tho island to look over an tiS tate inherited by idol Accom StIIplications arise owing to tho rd being in love with an American fstOfatter assumes An American ranted Saunders or ganrecl a political machine on the island The position of Govern Iment Game Commissioner is vacant and tho Master of tho positionReportscarrying oil the children and a hunt is organized lime Master of tho Hounds in informed that it is his duty to kill the boasts when they are located by tho natives Ho is finally prevailed upon to go forth to light the tigers which he does armed only with a short sword to dispatch the tigers He meets the savage king of the forest and is about to meet with defeat when ho PerotTheAmerican girl and pvf l thlll ends happilyIH1Tbe Isle of Bong Bong abounds songstropicalcostumes beautiful scenery and ThehookWill N Hough and Frank R epiESohlke Time oast is a largo one comprising in its production over onehalf isundred people There are twenty song hits all of the roostIprotninenrIllinois If I Were the Man iu Moon The Light That BoobBungBrownsie r Oh Time Dune Whats the UseT Heap Lover an Indian serenade Ask the Man and In the Bloomin U S A 1 DcvVWflrrerB Troatmeat Syrup purlfleathebload CttatehealMklaiewpUaBfc KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by tho different fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibi tion have Leon announced Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days daysFernShenhertlsville August 154 daysLawrenceburg August 15 4 days daysGuthuie f daysSpringfield August 2O13- days J claysFlorenceElizabethtown September 53d- ays Glasgow September 6l days Ky State Fair September 18edays Henderson September 2QG daysFalinouth ItOwonshoroSPOILED HER BKAUTY Harriet Howard of Now York at one time had her beauty spoiled skin trouble She writes I Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklons Arnica Solve A quick trod sure healer for outs burns and sores 25c at all druggists h OVERLAND LIMITED 10 CALIFORNIA Leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 005 p m doily ariivos Francisco the third day in time dinner Route Chicago Mil wnukeo St Paul Railway Union mutt Southern Pacific Line ticket agents soli via this route Ask thom to do so Handsome hook descriptive of California sort fur six cents post seIS r KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew ECONSUMPTION II60cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 1II1v RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev J B Gwatkin of Louisville will preach at II a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Barnca Class at 945 1 Iwill Young Peoples Union jmoot in tho chapel at 715 pI oreiPrayermeeting on Wednesday niirht at 745 oclock in the chapel l Seatsfree i LCHtor Sunday July 10 8 a m Holy Communion 980 a m Sundn scbnolia m Morning mon 780 p in Prayer arc Sermon Wednesday 730 p m Evening Prayer Friday 750 p m Bible study Teachers meeting at 715 l b toeattend CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevC E Miller of Lexington will i preen lt at a 1n No evening service Sundaj school at i36a in the chapel Christian Endoavor Society has adjourned for tho summer PrayermHotiug Wednesday even chapelTho adjourned for the summer Everybody invited SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH There will be no ser vice at oclock a 111iAt 730 p m Rev FTaliaferro- will preach tI This congregation will worship with the Methodist congregation at a m at 730 p m the MethodistsIwill unite with the byteriansSundayschool at JhSOa m Young Peoples Society at 630 po E3 eveningEverybody invited ta4tenL CATHOLIC CHURCH B a v Father Thomas S Major rector Low Moss at 780 a m r Low Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 Phm Vespeis at 780 p m jrCHURCHRevnet I ll tho pastor will preach ltt 11 a m No PTening service ftYoungHan Endeavor at 645 p m i fl Vednesa even p tVisitorsMETHODIST CHURCH Rev t JO A Vnught the pastor being absent Rev T F Taliaforro will preach at a m + W1i No evening service fIISunday school at 9T45 a IlliJunior League at a p m Senior League at 7 p 111IPrayermeeting on Wednesday jiEverybodyLKESTQWN MISSION Mr EdfKagin of the Kentucky tt1rinnrhenlo tLeestarrSunday evening at 750 oclock A prayertneetimg will bo held on Thursday ovoning at 780 Those services will continuo through the summer SPECIAL SERVICESRev W F Judkin a returned missionarytfrom China will Southern Presbyterian Church on tTuesday night at 780 oclock Mr Judkin is an interesting speakerIand will and who hear hintrThe clot will hold their annual moot F ing in this church on Wednesday ulght at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend CANDIDATE FOR lIA I Wo are authorized to u YOReI 4 Mr KENNJ3R TAYLOR candidate for Mayor of of Frankfort subject to the notion of tho Democrntio party Elec tmien November 1905 20to 1 Lw r KlfrIs- DECISION OF R jRCOMMISSION U Citizens of Shelby County Plfvs- Tho Adamsand Southern Express Companies Defendant Opinion and order of the Commls sion Frankfort Ky July 13 1905 There Is no controversy hero regarding the material facts alleged ItJlative Department of the City Gov ernment of Sholbyvilie Ky which n is a city of the fourth class passed a series of ordinances imposing license or occupation taxes upon those engaged in certain motes sional and business avocations 1I0ensoJwas upon express com panies and is embraced In section 210 of the ordinances of Shelby ville which is as follows For the occupation or business of handling for pay express packages in the city of Shelbyvillo carried and delivered entirely within the State oi toIor tor the government of the United States its officers or agents each express ofllue company corpora- isherebcity a license fee or tax of 35 per annum Whether this ordinance is wise or just legislation is not a question within the province of ithis commission to determine We departmentllaw and it must stand as such until condemned by some court of competent jurisdiction The answer of defendants as well as tho brief of their counsel verv unndidl and clearly states tho position of defendants regarding this ordinance Quoting from counsels brief hnvoIcause of complaint against this or dinance but being lawabiding cit izens they have paid this license- tax since tho ordinance was l t adopted at all times howover under protest und they have felt loonlandjthey had tho legal right to shift ittLJat burden to the people whose local government get the benefit of tno license tax tumie since this ordinance has boen in force the ex i i press companies have at a certain period in each year charged on all packages shipped to and from Shol w byville by their lines one cent in addition to tho charge they make during tho balance of the year this ono cent per package is imposed just so longr and no longer as its im will raise the sum of twen 3tyfive dollars with which to meet this unjust license tax Defend oasttcommission to either hear or deter mine tho complaint and in their t brief counsel for defendants say the complaining shippers here if they are entitled to any relief wrongforumbe done under the state of facts here by either the commission or the courts as against the express comJilalningI final Gleaning Up Week of the Great MILL = END Sale Many odd lots left yet on which we will make prices that are so economical you cannot afford not to avail yourself of them TAILOR SUITS 1 lot New Suits 500 were 1000 to 1500 Skirts 200 each Lot Wool Skirts 389 each MENS SHIRTINGS Special Lot Madras and Cheviot Skirt Lengths 25c to 40c each Apron Patterns clean new goods 9c Cotton Voiles worth 25c 5cis1 Sea Island Cotton fieDest Amoskeag Apron Gingham ScDest Dress Ginghams lie Pine Flowered Organdies Sale Continues Every Day Next Week shipporsmust fseek relief if they are entitled to any before the legis lature and we respectfully ask that their complaint be dismissed Section 218 of the Constitution provides It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation owning or operating n railroad in this State or any common carrier to charge compensationportation of passengers or property of like kind under substantially similar circumstances and condi tions for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line in the same direction the shorter being included within the longer dis tance but this shall not be con strued as authorizing any common carrier or person or corporation owning or operating a railroad in this State to receive as great com p nsntlon for a shorter as for a longer distance provided that upon application to the railroad commis sion common carrier and etc may in special cases after in vestigation by the commission be authorized to charge less for longer than for distances Section 220 Kentucky etoI provides If any person or operating a railroad in this Statq or any common carrier shall charge or receive any greater comj ponsation in the aggregate transportation of passengers or property of like kind under substantially similar circumstances and conditions for a shorter than for a longer distance over tho same line in the same direction the shorter being included within the longer distance such persons shall for each offense be guilty of a mis demeanor and fined not less than one hundred nor more than five complaintmadethat any railroad or common car- rIer has violated the provisions of this Section it shall be the duty of the commission to investigate the grounds of complaint and if after such investigation the commissinn deems it proper to exonerate the railroad or common carrier from the operation of the provisions of this section an order in to take effect shall he made by the corn mission If the commission after investigation fails to exonerate the operationtion an order in wrfting to that effect shall be made by the commission and a thereof delivered to the complainant and the rail road or common carrier and the same shall be published as a part- of tho report uf the commission- nnd after such order it shall be the duty of the commission to furnish a statement of the facts together with a copy of its order to the grand jury of any county the circuit court of which has jurisdiction in order that the railroad company or carrier may bo for the flense and the commission shall use proper efforts to see that such company or carrier is indicted and prosecutedIt upon tho hearing of this complaint that the extra charge of one coat per package Imposed by the defendants resulted in these companies charging a greater sum for the transportation of commodities for the shorter distance from Louisville Ky and other points in Kentucky to Shel byvillo than for the distance LW S FARMER to Bloomfield Ky and othe- points in Kentucky beyond Shelby villo over time sane line and in the beinginoludedand for the transportation of property of like kind under substantially similar circumstances and conditions Counsel for the de fendants insist with much earnest ness that under the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in The ease of the American Express Company v Maynard Attor ney General of the State of Michi 177 U S page 823 they have n perfect right to make the char e complained of but from a careful reading of this case the commission principlesthereWIth the conclusions we have reached in this controvery The case referred to is popularly known as tho Stamp Act Case The Congress of the United States on June 13 1808 passed an act commonly designated as the War Rev enue Act by which it was made the duty of express companies on toIfssueissued bear a one cent stamp The State of Michigan by its attorney general instituted proceedings ExpressCompanythe express company to stamp these receipts instead of compelling the shipper to do so It was alleged that by reason of the company re quiring its patrons to stamp these packages it resulted in the express company illegally avoiding the payment of a tax which Congress had imposed updu it The answer of the express company admitted that it required persons who tendered packages for carriage by express either to pay or provide the means for defraying the cost of the one cent stamp but denied that its conduct in so doing was a violation of the act of Congress by which time one cent tax on express receipts was imposed It further averred that when properly considered the act of Congress although imposing the absolute duty upon the company to issue the receipt for every package left the question of who should pay for the stampfor ad justment between and express company It was more over alleged that the company had in effect but increased its rates on each shipment by adding to the previous rates the cost of the stamp appliedto inIorcasedor was flied to this answer thereby admitting time allegations thereof to be true and upon tho pleadings thus made the Supreme Court in a ustjpeWhitefacts and numerous authorities held that the express company haul questionstho rate to require its patrons toI furnish or pay for the stamps used upon these receipts and said Time mere fact that time stamp duty is imposed upon a common carrier does not divest such tax of one of justlyimplyquence of the law deprived of its I OLD TAYLORIf EIUIEnIilKENTUCKY WHISKEY rJ E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky II f iiIT42 4Ldif lOc Each Good Bath Towel 25cPairLarge Huck Towel iicYurd Wide Bleached Cotton oflc Hand Bags worth 75c to 100tolOc1 Lot Stocks were 25e S9c Bleach Chiffon Taffeta 33 inches wide MATTING 1 Lot 25c Matting 15c 1 Lot loc Matting lOc 1 Lot Carpet Remnant Small Door Mats 19c NOTIONS lOcBox Talcum 3cDoz Buttons ratesra t to the requirement of reasonable rates but as we have seen no question of the intrinsic unreason ableness of the rates charged arises on this record or is at issue in this case etc Thus it will be seen that in the ease cited titers was no question as to the express company having charged more than just and reason able rates with the stamp tax added to its former rates nor was there any question as to its having vio lated the laws of any State by rea son of its increase of rates whereas in the case we now have under con sideration the increase of rate at Shelbyville by reason of the addi tion of the one cent to the former rate violates not only the statutes Kentuckybutby reason of this increase of rate or as defendants put it shifting the burden of this license tax it results in the imposition of a greater charge on the shorter distance to Shelbyville than for the longer dis tanoe to points beyond over the same line In the sane direction for time transportation of property of like kind under substantally simihlr circumstances and conditions the shorter being included within the longer distance There can be no question but that the de fondants are common carriers within the meaning of section 218 of the Constitution and 820 of the Kentucky Statutes And it is the duty of this commission to enforce these laws against all common carriers whether railroads or express companies If the ordinance im posing this license tax is valid then pnythisthe ordinance is invalid there is a speedy way for defendants as law abiding citizens to have this question determined in the courts which is the only forum in which it can be determined We fail to appreciate defendants contention that it as a law abiding citizen has a right to determine for itself that a law enacted by the legisla tive department of one of the Com monwealths municipal ments is a bad law and miniertake- in etloct to legislate for itself by arbitrarily shifting the burden from its own shoulders and requiring tho public to do that which the law says it must do Defendants con tend that it is simply requiring those who have the benefit of the Shelbyvillehearcloses the fact that this additional charge is not confined alone to oWIzens of Shelbyville but shippers anallexpress packages at Shelbyvillo are required to pay this additional rate howevor this is immaterial The defendants having notified time commission that they will continue to charge on all packages consigned to Shelbyville tho one lent additional rate so long as it may be necessary to reimburse it on ao count of payment of said license tax as long as tho sane shall be imposed by the city government of opiuiomare a violation ot tho law and it being our duty to enforce the law it is therefore ordered that this commission does now hereby refuse to exonerate said defendants tho adapts Express Company und the Southern Express Company or either of thorn from said nets and from tho operation of the provisions of souton 218 of tho Constitution and 820 of the Kentucky Statutes and hereby orders that said defend ants anti eaoli of them desist from said illegal acts It is further ordered that this opinion anti ocler be published as part of the next annual report of tho commission that tho secretary oomlplnil1nlJtnnd filed in time Shelby Circuit Court and with time grand jury thereof and this commission hereby recommends to said court and grand jury that indictments bo returned ISllleCash onll II INDIGESTIONS RECORD il as ing 1111digestion QYou read in the papers daily of a par t tsuddenlyr a dying in many cases before a physician could be called in JThis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks 1of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would notfhave fallen a prey to such sudden seizures bytjcreating 1theITwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggistaJFor sale by J W Gayle jdefendantoffenses lime commission will furnish to said court and grand jury such further information as it may have and will take all other steps in the premises that may be deemed necessary properC t Chairman MoD FERGUSON Commissioner 1st District T SI LER r 3d District IA R GLENN Sect the Railroad Commission ri ENJPYED AN OUTING the children of the Sundayschool enjoyed a ChristianJCovo Spring Park on They hull a splendid rounded up time day by being guests of the Frankfort Base Ball Club to witness the Mt SterIiIJ Frank iorttgameINOTICEBl ismgAND 4 DAIRYMEN Why not protect your life by using Killfly on stock For 8alIby P C Sower Co DO IT 10DAYa tjummctiomiNever you can do todayis now gen orally presented in this form Do iiit today That is the terse ndfvice wo want to give you about hacking cough or demoralizing cold twith which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps remedyforbe Dr Boschoos German Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtylive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few lays will cure you completely No matter how deep rented your cough oven if dread ourlUllgseffect a euro as it has loud before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trialbottles 25c regular size 75o Atall drugigsts lyr iIi1ti iIi jf Itrifrli THeBanlcfortRounflaDoiit Entered at the postolHce at Frankfort Ken tucks assecond class niailable matter lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 15 1905 DISGRACEFUL When Deputy U S Marshal Em mitt Orr took Mr Caleb Powers to the Newport jail on Tuesday the a Mayor of Newport one Helmbold objected to his being placed in a cell that his friends had made com fortable for his use An altercation followed which was a disgrace to the said Mayor He caught the deputy jailor by the throat because ho advised him not to interfere with the U S Marshal Ho was promptly knocked down The Mayor had brought his police along evidently expecting trouble All parties wore arrested the jailer and his men by the police and tho Mayor und his police by U S Marshals HEAVY STORMS SUNDAY Great Damage Done to Crops House Struck by Lightning The heavy rain wind and hail storms of Sunday last did great damage in this county Lightning lad a hand in the damage also There were three distinct and heavy storms The first occurred Just before 11 oclock told lasted for something over half an hour The rain fell in torrents and quite a number of persons on route to jhuich were drenched The second storm came up about 1 oclock and tho heavy black clouds were accompanied by hail and lightning line residence of Mr R G Tharp the Choatoville dairyman was fullbuilding burnt out that instru ment tore down a chimney shocked all who were in the house severely and scattered soot over all the carpets completely ruining themIn the neighborhood of the Forks 7of Elkhorn and Woodlake the rowing crops and trees were badly r damaged A house occupied by colored tenants on the farm ef Mrs Martha BIackvWilkerson near the Forks had the roof blown in and but for an oldfashioned toaster bedstead which caught the roof And held it up the family would likely have been killed Many beautiful trees were blown down obstructing the turnpikes and other roads and fields of oats were leveled to the ground Corn probablyAt several points the hail ridded the growing tobacco and several owners say that it is nut worth any further care Wo hope however They take too gloomy a view The last storm was betwee i 8 and 4 oclock and was a regular gully washer Luckily with all the wind and lightning no one was killed or injured so far as we ar could learn STORAGE WAREHOUSE 10 BE REBUILT The Frankfort Broom Works will build a now warehouse on their lot on Burro Avenue to take tho place of the ono burned on the morning of July 4th The company has been paid their insurance 80500 in full The tow warehouse will havo tli nensions of 1U5 by no foot and will he made as near fire proof as It is possible to mako such build hugs A switch with bo run from the F k C R R yards to tho new building Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for tree sample SCOW BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York t 5ocandfiooj all druggists iJJa Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was curedof heart trouble by your Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that organ today For several I had Breathinghadshort pains about the heart sometimes- accompanied with fluttering would make me feel faint and he least excitement or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt trouble was growing worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to rive our remedies a trial I was relieved second day and after taking three or four bottles all neversowedKIKACOPE Chincoteague va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so clt e of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys liveror lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to worrywithout cause If have the least your heart is weak study our symptoms and begin the use of Heart Cure the heart and blood tonic without a days delay All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad TEXAS LETTER Lufkin Tex July 8 To tho Editor of the Roundabout Jupiter Pluvius seems to have opened wide the flood gates of heaven nnd turned tho waters of the imperial kingdom down upon this sincursed world of ours As I write this article seated in tho telegraph office of tho Cotton Belt at Lufkin nt 10 oclock the night of Saturday July the 8th thunder with the most vivid lightning accompanied by torrents of rain and almost hurricane of wind are everywhere in sight and the train I am waiting to meet two or three hours late Crops of all kind are literally ruined cotton es pecially so the grass and weeds having taken possession of the fields and what the grass leaves will be devoured by the boll weevil pest It looks as if the farmers everywhere here in Texas are doomed to an almost total failure of crops Even corn is having too much rain and weeds wind and grass have ruined of the largest plantations in this section Sawmills are at a complete standstill Woods so covered with water that Pigging the mills is an utter impossibility As I write I hear message after message flying over the wire to the general super intendents office stating every creek and tributary out of their banks and still rising and the end is not yet R L RUSSELL WHERE HEROES SLEEP To tho Editor of the Chronicle uponhallQwfdseated on a lovely terrace 600 feet above the Kentucky river and in the beautiful city of the dead where so many of Kentuckys heroic dead now sleep the sleep that knows no waking Imme diately in my front lie the bouts of my honored father and mother my sisters four my two older brothers and three brothersinlaw who wore inxieed my brothers in all that proved love and friendship Otto of them was for sixteen years kyJohlltimid Dr Lewis Sneed among Ken tuckys most noted physicians Twenty stops to tho right over looking tho Kentucky river with its romantic mini picturesque scenery lie the hones of Daniel Boone und His wife and upon whose grave thu State hits caused to he placed a monument upon the soulpturedlfosizedeeds of this pioneer in opening up the Mark and bloody ground to settlement On one side repre sents Boono in deadly combat with an Indian Warrior On tho op portraysliuune eseapofroming against a tree in a douse forest his trusty rifle by his side Further up tho hill we come to the beautiful giant shaft llofeet1 high erected by tho State of Koni tucky and dedicated to her dead heroes who fell in her defense in the war with Mexico and the names of all the oflioers with this inscription Kentucky erects thisj monument and has caused to boj inscribed thereon the names of her oiHcors who foil in defense of their country in the war with Mex ico The names of her soldiers who gave uji ti or lives is too trent to bo inscribed upon any monu ment Upon the home of this granite shaft the nngi1 of peace with outstretched arms is stand lug while beneath facing the four corners are two crossed cannon cannonoorftiersmounted as if ready to he fired Around the mound upon which the monument stands lying in a circle are tho graves of tho officers who participated in the battles of the war with lfoxico wjth the name of each inscribed thereon One in particular I shell mention as ho has a national reputation and who also served with me on tho stair of General John C Brockinridge in oftenItimesme on the tented Hold Col Theo dore OHara tho author of that deathless poem Time Bivouac of tho DeadIn which is that stanza for rare beauty and pathos will never be excelled and roads On Fames eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread While glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead Brave gallant gifted OHara Green grow tho grass and light rest the turf that covers your noble breast R L RUSSELL Frankfort Ky NeIDeWitt Early Risers The famous little pills WOMEN DEPOSITORS IN BIG BANKS The large extra dividend announced by the Fifth Avenue Bank a week ago drew attention to the very profitable business hunt up by that bank and to the fact that a large proportion of its depositors are women That women deposit ors are good customers for a bank is evidenced by the success of the Fifth Avenue Bnnk but in the Wall Street district thoro appnars to be no love lost by batik otllcials on their women depositors They have long had tho reputation of giving a bank as much trouble as their accounts wore worth but that it is true only exceptionally and not as a rule there is enough evidence at hand to demonstrate It is nevertheless a fact that tho experi ence of sorno banks with their women depositors had been such to lead the officers to avoid if pos sible the acceptance of accounts from women Many amusing stories have heen told of the potty diffi culties banks have encountered in dealing with women some of the stories so far fetched apparently that it is only when told at first hand that one is inclined to accept them as true Time story of the woman tho daughter of a very wealthy man who was indignant when informed that she had over drawn her account and to prove that she had not done so went to the bank with her check book to show that she still had many checks left is no more siblo than some of the actual experiences of one of the large banks down town One of the banks depositors was a woman who had a large allow ance but who spent it rather freely On one occasion she overdrew her account by u considerable amount She was informed of the fact by the bank and apologized for her oversight She would correct it immediately she said She sat down at her desk and drew a check on the same bank for tho amount of the overdraft and complacently handed it to tho astonished clerk who had come to settle tho matter with her On another occasion the bank had difficulty with a woman depositor for the reason that tho signature to her checks were so irregular that tho paying teller was frequently in doubt about their genuineness On each occasion the checks wore sent up to the residence of tho depositor for verification On the first occa slon the explanation was offered that the check had been drawn inn hurry but that the signature was correct The next time the do positor had drawn tho check with her gloves on and so had distorted her signature On the third occa sion when the baulk sent up on a similar errand the depositor was much annoyed After first refusing to look at tho chock at nil she consented to do so and again as sured the clerk that tho check was in every respect correct and she would thank the bunk to pay it Of course tho signature is mine she said I was busy when I drew that check and had my maid sign it for me- Tho bank did not close tho ac count that day but it found a oflleadingNow York Times N TO TAKE SPECIAL COURSE Dr O B Domaroo loft Sunday for Now York City where ho will be for several weeks taking a special course in surgery under those distinguished physicians Drs Vyoth and Morris who will have several especially diificult and rare operations to perform and Dr Domareo will witness thorn thus giving him an opportunity to study technical surgery under most favorable auspices Dr Weavers Syrup Purlfles the blood t Cerate ointment for the skim r j I Pleasant to take 1if TrdeMuk Laxativew Syrup J i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONif r I Ask Your Doctor i 4thenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousuess Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than f any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Iil Hoes Forks SpadesIiCradles and Fingers J Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows i j Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins i Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 7 1 FRANK G1 STAGG tStateLexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Post graduate studies are also provided lending l to a masters degree Each course of study Is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and If they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped compre hensive timid modern The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college home for young women and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings are completed and In use Military tactics and science aro fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the College to supply Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge providedforThe State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto the title of college is the only institution In the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work providesfacilitiesconveniences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It Is heated by steam and lighted by electricity An opportunity is thus afforded to young women of obtaining aI iithorough education in classic modern language literature sofence economyNo 1lisit- lof women at all comparable to those offered by the Stake College of i or rJForIjIr- tJACKSONVILLE llentyIMr W B Moore and family Sat urday and Sunday Mr W B Moore and daughter Mrs Barnett wore the guests o Mr Owen Moore and family of South Frankfort ono day this week Mrs Fate Poole of near Shelby ville was the guest of her paronts Mr and Mrs J P Bright this weekMrs Addio Barnott and family of Highland Park Ky are thn guests of her parents Mr W and Mrs Bottle Moore Tho pastor Rev J B Honsley filled his regular appointment at Indian Fork Saturday and Sunday uptodntfort regular stores one shop and other places of business and some pros pects of commerce Now lot th electric cars come and our joys will completeA meetings will begin nightAmongaffords has been secured to assist the pastor in the meetings Come and hear them Tho rural mail service has proved BagdadThepleased with the service and es pecially with the ser 1vice of Mr J H Miles the faithful It is never too late nor toato bring our mail RWe learn that ice cream and cake be served to all who may at tend at Mr John Johnsons for the repairthenight this coming week by the 1sistersfi Success to the Roundabout Long may it live and continue to bring glad tidings CLOSE OBSERVER w 825 THE SCHOOL PER CAPITA Tho State Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction Prof J H Fuqua has fixed tho per capita for pupils in the common schools of the State atf325 which is the largest amount Ovor set apart for that purpose t This will bo glad news for tho poorlypaid teachers throughout f tho State It will enable them to make a h decent living while doing tho I1Ultlous work imposed upon them r JNO E MILES AGENT Dealer In High Grade Flour Frankfort Ky Bread Is the Staff of Life iIam agent for tho sale of BALLARDS i OBELISK 11tFLOURAt grocersItj 1 will ho in shape to exchange Flour for Wheat after harvest 1s with farmers at the M K Flour Store j Call and sec mo and rive mo your trado MILESrt Our Big Alteration and MidSummer Sale And will last only 20 days Everything in our Jar e stock of Dry Goods and Notions will be sold at great reduction Dont miss this opportuity to get real bargains CHAS J WEITZEL Successor to Weitzel ODonnell PUBLIC SALE OF FARM AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ON WEDNESDAY JULY 20TH 1905 at ten oclock the undersigned administrator will sell at public auction on the promises of W T Hall deceased near Millville Woodford county Kentucky on iMcCrnckens Mill pike all the FARMING IMPLEMENTS STOCK CROPS ETC consisting twofbuggy harness and carpenters tools spring wagon growing crops some old corn and tobacco etc Also nt the same time and place will be sold to the highest and best bidder the farm of the deceased gooflandThis laud lies in ono body at the intersection of McUrackens Mill pike and Watts Ferry pike All to bopold to wind up the estate of the deceased Tho personal properly will be sold for cash The land will be sold for one third cash the balance in one two and three years in equal payments the deferred payments to be secured centepayinbAdministrator of W T HnllISAM NUCKOLS Auctioneer 452t DR R M GOBLIN OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to th citizens of Frankfort J 103rn IDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate troatmonl for blood and akin dleeaeeu EXTREMELY LOW RATES AN NOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAYI Extremely low rates are nounced via the Southern Ry ani Louisville for the following special occasions 3000Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return July 8 inclusive account In terrnational Epworth League Convention 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Puelbo Cal and return Au gust 12 and 18 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 20 to September 2 inclusive account National Grand Army of the Republi- c1585Athens Ga and return July 7 8 and in account Athens Summer School 505 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 15 17 and 18 ac count Regimental Reunion Anni Chicknmaugn1Jl daily up to and including Septum Clarlt100ntouniailJPortland Ore and return oing or returning via Sufi Fran JrequontdatoRSeptember account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 1050Siam Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 8 to 11 Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during July August and September Cheap Honiosookois tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Tex LGeorgiapoints July 4th and 18th August 1st and UHh September 5H and lath Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information fold ers schedules etc address AElFourthC11 Hungerford 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky IIIouis C r 0 TIME TABLE 1smiTH No21 Lexington 1821001 15IAr 00 NORTH 22J Shelbyville Lonlsvllle P Lr 80Shelbyville e 7sTHE OVERLAND LIMITED 0 CALIFORNIA Leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 505 p m daily arrives San Francisco the third dime in time for dinner Route Chicago Mil waukee St Paul Railway Union LineJAU postIaHowell 881 Broadway New York lOne of natureS remedies can tho weakest constitution never fails to cure summer complaints of young or old Dr Fow lurs Extract of Wild Strawberry RAILROAD RATES FOR FAIR hasIerica already As soon as it was published than Lexington the home of the finest horses and best bred cattle was chosen us place for holding the fair this year plantonUti1fulthe fair but letters have been reciv by citizens of Lexington request ng them to use their influence with the railuoad companies to get low rates to Lexington at that time CALL FROM FLORIDA Dr R L Willis of Lexingnon received tie following letter from a lifelong friend of his at Mclntosh Fla which was dated J tine 25th and the letter urges him to use his influence with the board of Direct n ors of the btate Fair to get low ratos to Lexington on the railroads As Lexington is to have a fair I presume the main officers will be there and you will know thorn I write you to please see them and got them to apply for a very low rote from all points in tho south say from the 10th of September to be good until October 10th or something like that I would like to take it in and there aro a number of others here some six or seven that I know of that will attend if the rates are low enough There was a low rate made for the Confed erate Reunion I suggest the time as I know of one man at least that wants to buy a car load of stock some good horses and possibly some cattle Tell your fair people to get a low rate if possible as besides this getting visitors it will result in tho sale of stock Some of our people eta gutting rich on phosphate and turpentine and they want some good horses NICHOLAS COUNTY IN LINE As an indication of the interest that is bein taken in the fair GMuNuwucrat of Nicholas county was in- exington last week and he is au for the statement that Ken tuokians in Nicholas and the ad joining counties urn uutlmusiustiuf about the prospect of stated that they would not only attend the fair but would send lthisfrom other counties throughout tho Stato greatly encourage Secretary bocomoImoro OLD POINT COMFORT AND SEASHOREI July 14 IYlnuheters s leave Lexington 1120 a m and 845 p m The famous Virginia Springs delightfuls Monroe Navy Yards at Ports broadAtlantictripexcursionsPoint famousBluothe canyons of New River along side the picturesque Groenbrier Alleghaniesand ShenaimdauntSurf Bathing Boating and Fish PointStopovered east of Kanawha Falls on the tinfamous theIStaunton NaturalBridgeTickets will be good returnitg Sleepingt your agent for full particulars or write LexingtonC E Doyle General Manager GenPassR E Parsons D P A Louis ville Ky PassengorAgt SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURSIONS ON THE CC 0 IOld Point Comfort Vn Sum Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Ratej 1200 Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale August 14th Rate 1400 Old Point Comfort Vn Sum mer Excursion August 12th limited 15 days Rate 1200 regardingboveaddress- G W BARNEY Division AgentLexington J102m BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from ju m to 0 p inIeeryh011rcept 12 noon 2 and 0 p m Georgetown11 p m except 11 a m S und 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0it m to 10 p m except 10 u m 12 noon 7 and 0 p mICar 14 currying freight express und trunks leave Lexington for eorgetown at 850 p m Leaves at 10u m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 11 ai5it m Leaves Paris 115 p mIFreight rates also special rates IIthentrobusiness mid family tw IIhad on application ut the comIs ollice 104 West Main street E1 Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President- tf lliI The JEM Milling Co Manufacturers of J L- amFLOUR Me Why try the rest Buy the best Thats J E M The Hour that makes the bread that make the man ViFor the benefit of passengers desiring to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 600 p m No Gat Lexington until 430 p in No 14 at Bsrgin until 410 p mAll interested will please be governed accordingly tf 125 CINCINNATI AND RE TURN Sunday July 16th via F C and Queen Crescent Route Tickets good only on special train leaving Frankfort 730 a m stopping at intermediate stations and J connecting with Q C Route at Georgetown returning leaving Cin cinnati 830 p m same date All amusement parks openZoo Chas ter Park Lagoon Coney Island Kodol Dyspepsia Curs k Digosts what you eat It SEASHORE EXCURSIONS Atlantic City N J via t F C and Big Four July 20th F C and H August10th F C and Pennsylvania LineslAugust 17th Faro round trip 1080 Final limit 12 days FRANKFOKT CINCINNATI RAILWAY CO SPECIALS SEASHORE EXCURSION Atlantic City August 10th via F C and B O S W Fare rouud trip 1tIHO Final limit 12 days td A GRIM TRAGEDY Is daily enacted in thousands of homos as death claims in each one another victim of consumption CoughslandQJclandon hid writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Mugs New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today sho is well and strung It kills the reriovcsby all druggists Ifl i j I 307309 Main St Both Phones 11Jean Now is the time for building BARNt S t Ve carry a complete stock of V CrimpFSTEEL ROOFINGRulberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges IlfRoyalCOMPETITIVE EXAMINATION We are requested by Miss Lucy Pattie County Superintendent to announce that a competitive exam ination will be held at her office on Friday and Saturday next July and 22 for two scholarships in the State College Any one desiring to take this examination will bear this in mind County examinations for teachers of the common suhools will be held at the same time and place A number of teachers are needed and it is hoped there will bo number examined e GENERAL CLOSING Nearly all the business houses were closed yesterday afternoon allow their employes to attend th game of base ball between the State Officials and the City and County Officials That wits commendable as the receipts went to the Kings Daughters Hospital s DEDICATION The Kings Daughters Hospital will be formally dedicated on Sunday afternoon at 5 oclock It is earnestly desired that every one who is in anWaO interested in this grand work will be present 3 An appropriate program has been arrangedThe will be short as befits the matter and occasion e CaswrOBJAthe A MIDLAND MEDICAL SOCIETY The Midland Medical Society metI at the Capital Hotel in this on Thursday morning at 10 oclock There was a fairly good attendance of physicians from this city and the adjoining counties difIIcusHed the Capital Hotel and a splendid time had bnil present The next meeting of the society will be held at Georgetown in 001 toberResolutions were adopted thanking the Franklin County Society for their hospitality CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo proper attention to food byI and a regular use of German Free in thet syruP1so duojand dread can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to J a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are oandregain strength are those that l use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 75c A t all drug I gists yr L r I N P C SOWER COMARK IEa BARNES BRITTON In Sum ter S C on Tuesday June 27 Mr Henry C Barnes of Providence R L and Mrs Nora KingBritton of Sumter were married by Rev Matthew Small of the Christian ChurchMrs Britton is remembered here as a very handsome and attractive lady She lived in this city for more than a year with her two handsome and winsome daugh EnidaHer friends here congratulate her upon her new happiness i A SMOOTH ARTICLE When you find it necessary to use Hazelefor Sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Pro truding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by J W Gayle CONFEDERATE PICNIC On Monday July 24 Fayette Hewitt Camp United Sons and Joseph H Lewis Circle Daughters cityIwhich will be held at Cove Spring Park The full Frankfort Band and Orchestra will furnish the mu sic and dancing and all kinds of innocent amusements will be the order of the day A game of base ball will be played during the after noon by two crack teams and other attractions will be included The profits of the entertainment will be devoted to the benefit of surviving Confederate soldiers of Frankfort and Franklin county a cause well worthy of consideration Street oars will be on hand to accommodate all those who may at tend Tickets on sale at Barretts and Frankfort Drug Cos Store Admission 25c Burgoo served free IBASE BALL The Frankfort boys got revenge of Mt Sterling in the two games played here on Wednesday and Thursday In the first they beat them hsuore of 4 to 8 and in the second by 8 to 7 In the last game Frye the Frankfort pitcher went up in a balloon in the ninth inning and when he landed the score stood as given above when up to that inning it stood 8 to in favor of the home team That ninth was a hair raiser for a fact IIIIBuilds up the system puts pure in the veins makes men strong and healthy anydrugJUDGE A ROLLINS BURNAM SELECTED The Republican State Central Committee at its meeting hold in Louieville on Thursday last se lected Judge A Rollins Burnam of Richmond as the Republican mem ber of the State Election Commis sion They could not have made a better selection t 11 NARROW ESCAPE A stranger was driving along Main street in a buggy near the Capital Hotel on Tuesday evening when his horse became frightened and commenced to back away from an electric car The gelltlellmllI caught hold of the and stop the horse when he was pulled out of time buUgy and on to the pavement the buggy running over his head and cutting a con siderable gash Luckily the man caught the axle of the buggy and was dragged for some distance the horses heels almost striking him In time face at each step Help came time horse was caught and the gentleman released from his perilous position His injuries were dressed and he went away before we learned his name e genuineLaxativethe remedy that rnreN a cold ta om day SeashoreOuting Atlantic City Via the Scenic coROUTE Chesapeake Ohio R- yThursday August 305Thr- ough Washington Baltimore PhiladelphiaWith Returning 1400 Lexington Mt Sterling and Morehead Good Returning Until August 14 InclusiveiThrough Trains Without Change Engage Sleeping Car Space Now Enquire of your agent for full parI tioulars or write aslIWashington D C gtLexington The 4 r VII T l 7 t giniana I A New Pattern In Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks t In gray This pattern is extremely reasonable y T3AndTo show a full line tn In Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces Also chests of Silver Containing from 30 to over 100 pieces Wedding Presents will be easy to select From this assortment i M A Selbert 1Reliable Jeweler JCHANGE OF TIME ICounnol1 S Monday June 6th 1005 the morning train on the F 0 Ryr will leave Frankfort at 020 heJetcfore712 a in This train will arrive at Paris at 750 a m and connect with trains on Kentucky Central MaysvilleCynthiana morningtraill8HO arriving at Georgetown at 905 a in connecting with local ClandW HAY 1C Agent Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot etch eruption r t Jlentl1cky finisha 60 YEARS- EXPERIENC 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac gInTclltfontlons strictlyconddontlaU oa Patent a t lent free Oldest securing ipatenu iPatents taken through Mann d Co receive tooScientific A handsomely illustrated weekly Largest ctr of clonttlo Journal Terms four mon y BoldbyollnewBdcalonu YQrfrBranch r TelephoneNo LEAVES FOR NEW HOME Prof J 3 Cassiday and his estimable wifo loft Thursday for- their now home nfc Fnrinlngton Mo where they have been elected to take ohargo of a large female Academy known as Elmwood Sem innry Prof Cassiday is a firstclass Southern gentleman capable intel ligent and urbane and has made many friends hero His handsome and talented wife and sturdy boys ire all of thorn popular with our citizens generally and we part with with great regret 1We wish them every success in their new home They left hero only for their ma- tonal interests and do so with sad nessCA1RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signaturo1 of i LETTER LIST Tho following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending July 15 1905 fCullinnno R R Dobkins Minerva j Duvall Miss Florence itEllis James S Will Tie Hellard Henry olephr Wirt Marrs Richard Martin Miss Addie OyMiles Miss Minnie JMoldnn Miss Lulio Old Town Moju Parker Park i John Mrs James ou Hill IIJetorR Susie B C Mrs Nannie C F I Sroughs Berry Taylor S VanWinklo J P Waphburn Mrs Eliza Wheeler H J Willis Miss Lula 11 Will Mrs Jennie Younge John S Young Mrs Nannie r Persons calling for the above lot tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M iY NOTICE TOBACCO GROWERS P C Sower Co have just received a full line of Tobacco Bellows 4NEW FILE CASES PUT IN Our clover nnd oHlciont County Clerk N H Smith has boon busy this week having tho new metal file cases placed in his ofllco Mr Henry Until of tho Art Metal Co Jamestown N Y representing tho contractors is attending tor tho work Tho eases cost about 700 and will make things much imore convenient for our jolly clerk I Il arBillions Bill was aght- ateiFAnI was much debilitated said he had consumption was everyones presumption ho learned what was tho mattertr made all the doctors scatter ho is his own advisor b LITTLE EARLY- RISERS I r s D JOHNSON CO Great July Clearance Sale Now On t NOTIONS leFor paper of Hair Pins leFor card of Hooks and Bye- s2cFor roll of Tape 2eFor paper Pins 4eFor Feather Stitch Braid 4cp0r card of Safety Pins 4CFor cake of good Toilet Soap ScFor Embroidered Turnovers lcFor Good Dress Shields DOMESTICS JeFor best Calico cFor yard wide Bleached Cotton 4cFor yard wide Brown Cotton 5CFor yard wide Brown Cotton 5eFor Apron Ginghams 7 i2c For Dress Ginghams worth lOco 10eFor Dress Ginghams worth 12 l2c and 15c 7 j2c For Lawn Ginghams worth lOcand 12 l2c 10eFor Lawn Ginghams worth 15c and 18c I t This Space Belongs to- F Je HEENEY C BRIDGEFORD DEALER IN WPlnitsa Etc MAIN STREET OPPOSITE FIRE DEPT FRANKFORT KY Job Work Solicited Low Rates Satisfaction Guranteed sa8m Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The LadeSourJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky THE FORTUNETELLER Manager D J McNamara Is making a bigger effort than over this season to moot the wishes of the lhentlolnndin tin selection of his attractions One of his latest bookings is that of The Fortune oilerwhich is being revived on a splendid scale tho coming season with Greco Orr Bl ors in tho title role This beauti ful opera Victor Herberts master piece is under the direction of Mil ton and Sargent A born who are also sending on tour a splendid reproduction of Reginald Do Ko vons greatest opera and who are RobinhoodI ring tour of Elsie Janis who has recently made a tremendous hit in New York City to bo soon in tho stellar role ofr1j10 Little Machos next season Negotiations are now under way for all of those attrac tions to appear hero during tho season Manager MoNamara will leave for Now York In a few lays whore in conjunction with Klaw and Er langer ho will complete his bookings for the season of 11050 and tho theatregoers of Frankfort may rest assured that they will have tho HOSIERY ETC ScFor Hose worth lOc lOcFor Hose worth 12 12cS12 12eFor Lace Hose worth 15c IeFor Lace Hose worth 25c 4cFor Corsets worth 100 to 250S5cFor Ladles Vests worth Sc SeFor Ladles Vests worth 12 l2c 7 12cFor Linen Towels worth lOc tOeFor Linen Towels worth 12 l2c opportunity of witnessing tho cream entoure THANKS iWo havo boon placed under obli ofLassplondidvlowsPeak and in Now Mexico It is well gotten up and tho views are tfegrceProfthanks for his courtesy SICKENING SHIVERING FITS Of Aguo and Malaria ono bo re Bittorstnimlariaforence on the disease driving it on muchjnone drugs bad after effects Texjfever and jaundice till ho took Electric Hitters which druggistprice DRESS GOODS ETC lScFor Dress Goods worth 25c 27 l2c For Dress Goods worth 50c OeFor Dress Goods worth 75c 35cFor Silks worth 50c 40eFor Silks worth 65c 50cFor Silks worth 75c 7 l2c For Penangs worth 12 l2c 10eFor Cheviots worth 12 l2c 7 12cFor Cotton Voiles worth 15c Sweeping reduction In every department f Millinery will be closed out regardless of cost Give Baby A Chance Dont risk anything when it comes to the little ones Its babys business to keepwell and grow Adult health and strength depends on the foun dation laid in childhood If babies fail to strive as they should try a change of food There is sure to be one that will suit exactly We have all the reliable infant foods and will be glad to tell you wherein lies the particular excellence of each Baby Requisites Bottles nipples fittings tubing etc kept here in large variety All rubber appliances are the best being made of fine soft stock vulcanized without thp use of injurious chemicals Prices are always right here ill Wa GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Kv INDIGESTION CURED IndigestionDyspepsimm will not to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy bydigestinging it to rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when byJo Dr R P Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician Ollice at Air s T P Browns 447 Main StreetIWill he in office DAY and SATURDAYI DO YOU WANT SlRE GlHI If you want to your storngth you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must he digested assimilated and appro printed by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelled front SIWlsinCuro strengthInant to the taste and palatable und dlgestautsthattho system to appropriate all of its QUnli1tilOaSir C nIABears tho n are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter aftimeKodo1KDyspepsia CureJI rdigests what youeat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucouf Digestiveof the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by maJdnff my heart palpitate and would become very immpdiateMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yan N Yr had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as Cyspep1CureD KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat Doliubottlhoidrey4tis trial or cent du 1Prtpar4 For sale by J W ihyle lrnge gist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA NAC AND 200 YEAR CALEN- DARPF3RKIOrICinoinnaiiRg The Midland Route L cal Time Table In Effect Jut e oih 1905 P bi ot41iNoBaDAILY EXCEPT N o81 IPI2 J 720O8Hi 6 Elkhorn 06 6 Switzer a Stamping Ground 2916 Duvall Johnson 6 Georgetown 110 25115totoCSDepot j lu W 07i53Sto Ar Paris Lv 8 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects at Paris Union with CentralSConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L tBETWEENVIA P MIA 00I IIiAlIIPMILv Georgetown Arl 6l0110 Ar Cincinnati Lv 00 f BETWEEN FRANKFORT h CINCINNATI VIA PAHIS i p P 1200Lv Frankfort Ar7i2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 23 i 83lei 1 KENTUCKV CENTRAL R R POINTS i 62 iA L All 25Ai7J 17P A Georgetown A 9 A P3 25P 60A A Paris L 8 24SP81SP821AA Cynthiana L 5ll 155P6OUP1080AsACincinnattL 1 GEO B HARPER W HAY Pres and Gunl uPt P A W WKJ Early RisersJ o famous piUsl t 1 1t I Written for the Roundabout III IIGHOSrSAONLY STORY FOR MEN Chapter IV Endurance Our path down tho side of the mountain seemed to bo in an entirely different diiectign than the ono from which I had ascended Jt was evidently a trailby which the trunks of fallen trees had been elided down by the loggers and I had never seen Nature in such be witching garments with ferns as tall as hood and the mountain laurel clustered in most delightful bloom growing by the wayside and in most inaccessablo rugged ness far up toward tho sky The silence afforded me an opportunity to meditate as Jack walked ahead of mo with quiet demeanor and I thought of tho undaunted hopeful heart and soul who had taken fresh courage believing that all things are possible to those who work and wait and that achievement is assured to those who suitor and deserve reward The attitude of my friend offered also oppor tunity to test further the faith in the possibilities of youth and the aspirations of age to make sym pathetic allowances for the legiti mate and pleasures or his unrestricted libertynot alone in at life with the earnestness of a consecrated deliberation and impassioned joy but also with the desperate seriousness of lifes fulfillment and its despair His varied experiences made possible aI returning of the tide of higher alti tude the plowing of fallow land which might be seeded down inI priceless grainto reproduce hundred fold To any individual has had tho fortune to relatlollIshipsi Sympathy is tho golden key by which we have entrance to the chamber of the heart Unless one has wrestled in his soul as well as in actual experience with the wayward thoughts the idle trilling the disobedient temperaments unless he or she has endeavoredto adjust the ideal and the actual unless he or she has struggled with those disheartning conditions grow fightingdaily workingInaspiringfightingevery obstacle how else can she or he face the weary and despondent Boul daring to believe them to believe that they too will conquerIt constantlykeepthe fundamental basis the ulti mate goal for which we live and dieJack turned back suddenly putout both hands to warn me of immediate danger and cried out as if in fear when I felt my feet slipping and down down I went seemingly into bottomless depth and confusion for both sight and hearing were as alert as in the light of a perfect day and the darkness of night was as it were about me on every side When conscious ness returned for I had struck the bottom of the ground as it came JJpI my right arm and limb were useless and the pain was almost un bearableThe of water falling near me intensified my thirst and I was powerless to move from my present position I prayed as never my life that God would send mo rescue or that death would end my suffering and with this belief there camo to my perturbed spirit a souse of restful cognition with inward peace of mind I called aloud twice thrice at the returning echo there dune a sound of approaching footsteps and Hymdain stood over me with dull iH omprehonsive visage Hugh hush Hl Hold it with a peculiar emphasis and proceeded in a very careful manner to raise me from my cramped position After fueling my limbs and arm he shook his head and as delib erately walked away returning in a few moments with a cup of water parohedlipsquenched he my boots and coat bathing the injured mem bors with the care and tenderness of a woman These mountain people are a Indulgeinbrethren of lower lands but hold converse with Nature und with God He held his peace as he manipulated each member of my body only pausing to lay hush when he touched a vital spot and I cried out with the pain of it Then he said sprainedNoback and was out of sight He soon returned with a pair of roughly made crutches which he proceeded to place under my arms and then lifting me in a standing position steadied me so that I could a little and aiding me in various ways led mo out to where it was cool and rapturous with the clear sunshine and tho breath of heaven Then he spoke My brother can not walk to the home of Jack as it is fur Will he go with Hymdam to Hymdams mothers house to be nursed by her with herbs of healin I I nodded assent fpr I was weak and trernblinc from fatigue and turning an abrupt ledge of rook I saw in the narrow valley a house built of logs with smoke ascending r I iJ d from the rude chimney A little stream from the mountain side bounded from rock to rock in joyous laughter I had hoard tho music from the place where I had fallen and it rested at last in a clear pool close to the Monte of Hymdams mother She was standing In tho door und appeared to mo as a fairy gctvnthougho faded and old as was the face of its wearer and the cap covered mass of iron grey hair There was unbounded energy displayed in time form and visage of this mother in Israel which I had never before observed in woman Sho reminded nw of tho rooks which surrounded us the silence of the every where and yet in the deep glory of her ouglo brown eyes and tho smile which lightened up her furrowed brow and face there was a gleam of sunshine after rain the fragrance of roses gathered in the garden of Lang Syncthe peace of endurance when time heart had boon broken and as she looked into my face and spoke in the strange patios of the mountain dialect Welcome brother I know that Hymdams mother and myself would know each other in the land whiuh is very far ofT as well as in the mountains oflIttw dark and bloody ground II1w room which I entered was devoid of any article of convenience or comfort but there was a fwd upon which T was soon sleepbyto my lame ankle and also by the whispered inspiration of endurance which came to me from the silence of my mentor as she sat knitting a sock by the bedside I dared to thank Providence for the ordeal and its result I slept and dreamed that life was beauty I awoke and learned that life was endurance N S COX Continued in the I 2- OASTOREABean the Signatureof A THEY NEVER FAIL That is What They Say About Them in Frankfort and it is Therefore Reliable Another proof iroro evidence Frankfort testimony to swell tho long list of local reople who endorse the old Quaker remedy Deans Kidney Pills Read this convinc ing endorsement of that remarkable preparation Mrs Amanda Dean of 18 Taylor Avenue wife of J T Dean boatman says While I did not personally use Doans Kidney Pills I can highly recom mend them for the great relief they afforded my eldest daughter who les8Iit was almost impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this theta was a with the kidneys which diffioultyI annoying and learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at J W Gayles drug store She took thom- as directed and they helped her in every way Her back felt very mach better and stronger and the difficulty with the kidney secre tions was much improved My youngest daughter complained a great deal of her back her too I gave her Deans Kidney Pills and the results in her case as well were most satisfactory For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FopterMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for the United States- Hemember the name Doans and take no other IFOR SALE The D J Hockensmith farm of 120 acres The land lies between tho Peaks Mill and Owen Pike joining the farms of Dr Morris Mr Jack Church and Mr Sullivan Improvements dwelling house tenant house tobacco barn stable etc Tho growing crops are corn oats rye and tobacco For in formation call up Mrs Geo M Bruck Forks of Elkhorn Old Phone 440D I52t- ADMINISTRATORS SALE IIn another column may be found advertisement of Mr S S Ian tis administrator of Mr Wm 11 Hall offering for sale the fine farm stock crop farming utensils etc The sale will take place on Wed nesday July 26 on the premises just beyond Millville The farm lies on the Millville and Watts Ferry Pike and is a very valuable one GREATLY IN DEMAND Nothing is moro in demand than a medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At all drug gists 25c guaranteed RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Capital Lodge No n 1 O O F Frankfort Ky July 10 inor Whereas In obedience to the Divine willour brother Andrew Trumbo has been removed from earth anti its associations there fore be it- Resolved That wo the members of Capital Lodge No n of the In dopendont Order of Odd Follows have lost in the death of our be loved brother a true and worthy member of our order and that his fancily has lost a faithful loved one Resolovd That wo tender to his desolate mother his sisters and brother our tenderest sympathy in this their sad affliction and com mend thorn for consolation in this dark hour to Him who moth all things well The silver cord is loosedthe bolden bowl is broken Time dust must return to the earth as it was and the spirit has gone to God who gave it Wo deposited ovorgrein in the grave of our brother as a token that while we buried his frailties with his Jbody his virtues shall ever dwell in our memories Resolved That time following resolution be spread upon the minutes a copy sent to our brothers family and that copies be given the local papers for publication W C MARSHALL ED PORTER THOMPSON L S GRAHAM Committee r rItchiness of the skin horrible plague Most everybody afflicted in ono way or another Only one safe never failing cure Deans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents o rSOLD STOCK AS A WHOIJBI Mr L B Marshall assignee of Mr D H Thomas the Broadway street grocer hud advertised tho stock for sale at public auction for Wednesday night but before that hour consummated a sale of tho stock as a whole to Mr T A Brammell I suffered for months from sore throat Eolectric Oil cured mo in twentyfour hours M S Gist Hawesville Ky ATTENTION FARMERS We want to buy your wheat for which we will pay the highest cash market price See us befoe selling HOGE COAL FEED CO- Frankfort Ky Phones No 7 1m Complete on receipt Agent Passenger Agent CHICAGO ID si iltJ tl IC Veeetabl Prcparationfor Assimilating theToodandRegula ling thStomodis orI PromoresDigesUonCheerfutI ness Morphine nor ijinera1 NOT NAKC OTIC rOUlJkSANllZ1JJ1T3lE M nn e11W7nfu ilJ Constipation Vorms Convulsions feverish andLoss Tac Simile Signature of III NEW 11 EXACT COPYOF WBAEP BJ- THREE GOOD AND JUSTREA SONS There are three reasons why mothers prefer Minute Cough Cure First it absolutely harm second it tastes good it Croup Coughs Whooping Cough when other remedies Sold by J W Gayle CASTOfflA For Infants and Children l The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of r The 1 J Kind 1 You Have j Always Bough- t1CASTORIA iN ir Sjustcondition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not bjf j puthorse3 it cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and it LeCompte Gayle Opportunities in California i The trade in the Orient is openingup Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during the last year t There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East Big opportunities for the man who lives there t 1vVhy not look the fieldover Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles and return May 123910 111213 tI29 30 3 I June I August 6 78910 n 13 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los i II Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points only 7 Through train service from t Union Passenger via the 1 1 Chicago Milwaukee St Paul rf Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Liner iPassengerExpress at 1025 p m The California Express carries touristNsleeping cars California every day Both trains carry Ii through standard sleepers information sent free coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL Qenl Eastern Broadway NEW CITY or F A MILLER General 0prune Ja nl97fad ness OF SLEEP YORK One is less chil dren love it third cure and fail i food t or 12 In to YORK Name Street address 7ICity State 33 cAL1kvA destination iFl