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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t y THE FRANKFORT ROUND BOUT t t GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 InAdvanoeF 11gVUL XXIV FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY OCT 6 19111 NO4 fit N THE CHILDREN OF TODAY J p Tt iR Fiipposed by most people the the hUror he presets clotr J and generation are more favored yi and more abundantly blest wIth I good gifts than those of any other 1 epoch In all the worlds history 1 Thc y nre Clio objects of our great 1 Ht care and solicitude everything we can tnln of is done for thC11 t anytr v bless those whp will take up e 1 worlds progress where We i down The hope of the futuroI rests with the children and duty to equip them in a manner calculated to renlize that hope Granted The hope of the race does rest with the young It our duty fo prepare them for active useful = vigorous lives The question in my mind Ig Are vrq doing it I expect I shall get msyelf disliked if I sny no Nevertheless I say it- We are adopting the Frobelinn motto the cardinal principle 0 Frobelinn teaching Come let us r live for our children But we are not applying it wisely From the elaborate fooleries of the kinder garten to the modern form of family discipline where the parent 1offers his child reasons for desiring we are pursuing wrong 1 ideas and reasoning from wrong premises We are to put it briefly bringing up a generation of self conscious selfimportant weak willed and selfIndulgent children who morally and Intellectually have been and are being developed along the line of least resistance morally and Intellectually and physically too We fire bringing up children whose very advantages are go Ing to be a handicap to them in the struggle of life who are havln t every atom ofsand taken out of them because we are doing for them instead of teaching them to do for themselves removing ob stacles from their way instead of encouraging them to remove the Impediment or climb over it unr 1 aided The l1drenpo to the kinder garten to be taught colors and forms and manual dexterity and how to play I wouldnt give a brass farthing for a child who has f 7 to be taught to play If he is that dull that he can not devise his own t sports and Interest himself he has either been the victim fof the sys tern of training I deplore or ho is too stupId for any use As for teaching the elaborate plaiting and j paper snipping and colors those are things the child finds oitt un aided In his normal state they are selffound accessories to his development I can not better illustrate my meaning than by quoting the remark of a teacher of the primary grades in one of our city schools V Speaking of the kindergarten lj taught pupils she said They are the hardest to instruct It takes a term to get them to apply them t solves to anything that requires effort I reproved one of them the other day for Inattention and the young miss complacently remarked as If the fault wore quite wholly t mine You dont Interest me Thats It Theyve been taught tot expect entertainment and amuse moht und havent the faintest idea that any exertion on their part is r necessary In short the system of spoon feeding is begun in the kindergarten V which Ill admit is a safe place for the children a source of rov enuotoa number of impecunious and deserving young women and a great relief for mothers Imbued with the let us live for our cliil F dreh idea who want someone else vtto do the living while they live for thQinsolves i Tho system Is continued all l along the lino Lopk at the school textbooks in use Prettily printed and pictured and calculated to ad minister Instruction in homeopathic dilutions all the way along up I tnko up the classics and find anne tations and references where those I know thirtyfive years ago gav the poets lines and old Ciceros 1m mortal orations straight Ir short it seems as if modern pedagogy had set out to find a royal road to learning and meant the transference of the labor to the teacher from the pupil Now it seems to me that educa tlon isnt so much to ncqulrelnfor matron as It Is to bring out certainII qualities that only appear as the result of endeavor Not vicarious endeavor but personal exertion real hard work You can pour in formation into a mind and make it stay there with the assistance of a good memory But I am too old fashioned to call that education Obedience is a word in bad odor with the live for our children people I believe the idea is that the child knows what he wants much better than his parents pos sibly can and that it is good him to have what he wants I we can not convince him that he- doesnt want itor shouldnt dp It by our eloquence why he mus have hrs own way and we mus shield him from the consequences as much as possible If he i naughty why we are responsible i is heredity howling itself some an cestral trait cropping ontoPoor thing he must be borne with ho cant help it The results of the live for the children policy are apparent in the weakness of tile youth of the day who are failures in life because faulty bringing up robbed of their stamina and Indiirance the courage they ought to have They He down where they ought to fight they give up here they should per severe they ask aid where they should help themsqlves We make them incapables and then send thorn out into a world that has no use for such as theya world that rejects them Of course this laxness is the reaction the inevitabe reaction from the sternness and repression of the Puritan age Then the child called his father sir Now he says old man Once he obeyed his parents now his parents obey him Once ho was seen sometimes land seldom heard Now he Is the only one who is heard Call on1 a friend and the chidren entertain you They Interrupt conversation and make imperative demands on their mothers attention while site youTheycan see over the top of the seats they occupy seats In the car while grown men and women stand in short in the Childrens Age selfoplnfonated caldron are the most unamiable ious creatures in it- PREMIUM LIST We give below the correct prem ium list of the Frankfort Street Fair as taken from the books of the Secretary Plymouth Rock Chickens F J Suttorlin White Plymouth Rock Chickens IPurtridgeR Johnson Pair White Turkeys Sam Sullivan Pair Brown Leghorn Chickens B J Nickles Collection Cut Flowers Ed PowerLargest Variety Pot Plants and FlowersEd Power Cut or Pot Flowers r rsJ C Kerhen Plato Beaten Biscuit Mrs Goo T Cotton Plain Pound Cake Royal Mills Flour afrs Frank Waller first premium Mrs M E Stevens second premium iPeach PreservosBettio Thompson Angel Food lake r Miss Mary Meaghor Cocounut Cake Mrs Jas Bruit somjrUlltol1JSaltrisen Bread Jv E M Flour =Mrs AD Donaldson i4ri1c 11 tt 1Ji f Loaf Bread J E M Flour Mrs J W Lamb Pound Cake J E M FlourMrs C M Batts- Chocolate Cake Miss Puttie Graham Loaf Saltrisen Bread Perfec- lion FlourMrs Wingate Thomson Loaf Saltrisen Bread Snow Flake FlourMrs Richard Crutch or Apple Butter Mrs B B Jeffers Blackberry Cordial Mrs J Bo Lo Is Cherry Preserves Miss Emma Hamilton Apple Preserves Mrs J R Scott Blackberry Jam Mrs Richard Crutcher Cucumber Pickle Miss Jennie Gaines ChowchowMrs J Lewis Chile Sauce Mrs E M Wil Hams McfIPieMrs Jas Brtrvne- rPumpkinOliver Curry MooretCornSoP Moore Mnstint Jose phine Rogers Onions Jacob Kuhn Country Ham Mrs L P Tarl ton Canteloupes J H Dickerson Muskmolon W M Hilton CiderLevi Berry aButterDirs W S Fogg Juh1Tobacco Bros Jellies Jt W Hlghbarger PearsH G McBrayer PeachesMrs O A O Scant land ApplesFloyd Stivers Tray PeachesMrs O A Scan tland Hemstitched Work Mrs Frank Waller Crocheted Infants Sack Miss Harriet Duvall- Moiitmellfok WorkMrs Geo F Berry Nicest Made Calico Dress for Lady MissAllce B Taylor Nicest Childs DressMrs H M Quilt Miss Sallie Miller Childs DressMrs H M Row lettHandmade Handkerchief Mrs Viola B Howell Linen Embroidery Mrs Rose JenkinsYarn SocksMrs Jas Jenkins Kitchen ApronMiss Nellie Orbi ijon Rag Carpet Mrs J C BaileyIFoot Race Chas Decorated and Girl Rider Miss Gladys Wheelbarrow Lady RodnmnI IIMissChapman jr- Handsomest Turnout H N Craik Handsomest Decorated Tl1rnol1tj First Miss Georgia Miss Nell Pony TurnoutFirst Mrs J B Hendrick second Geo C Shaw Prettiest Baby 2 year old Sam Winter SneadIyear C J C Kernpn Worst HarncssA Klrtley Best Dog Will Morris Best Photographic Sceues Ama tours of Franklin county+MrsGH Watson Woodford count Prettiest Young LadyHiss Joe ale Cox Ugliest Man Dr UT Williams Persons who have pot received their premium certificates can ob tain thoni by calling on J DL Wil Hams Secretary at the Fostofllco COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT Time citizens of this city will give i complimentary benefit to Mr Louis Harris the musician at the wpltal Thoatro in the near future e 7 VJy If7 Ze7Lt11 J M S14 FFEtL CWSAFFELL yi SAFFELLS T Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Glassware Fine Wines andI Whiskies r p We ask our city and country friends to ca11at 212 AnnStreetand inspect our goods hb ty bJSOONNL Jon f nno A T AIoc Ak o id WI IiVLrn1Just received some of the best grades of Kanawha Coal for domestic purposes and would be pleased to take orders from any one desiring to lay in their winter supply now while it is freshand clean and dry We send you nothing but the very best we can buy and at the lowest possible price See us before laying in your supply and we will promise to give you entire satisfaction in every particular Main office Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten nessee NO7 Frankfort Exchange NO7 BranchI j office end of bridge South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 236 We will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers pirtie shaving wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling Hoge Coal and Feed Company Black Hoges Old Stand W Its Good 1 I Judgment U T in a supply of i Qo1lnow b fore the pribe advances Pryr Ust c I I A Dudley Bio H ion I Head of Clinton Phone 00 I S jC4f t I I1 LPERSONAL 0IMrt W A Johnson of spent Sunday hero Mr Joseph Robinson loft Tuesdayfor Springs Ark Louisville31 Versailloswusin vairWmT of Tryon NU Is visiting relatives hero I Mr Jake Corbett of WickliiTo fj was a visitor here this week 10turned Georgetown Vr H Clay Dunigan of Louis was a hero this week Master Preston Mandevlllo hasto Jasper Ind to attend col lege GlenviUeweek returnedfromooro Lexingtonweek Mr John H Winn of Woodford count attended county court hereMonday Taylorsvillewasthis week MrKnox Brownof Owen county was the guest of his here this week Miss Victoria Majors of Alton LothisMr Jas Henton of Woodford county attended county court here Ion Monday returnedII Cincinnati Miss Joe Murphy has returned NewAlbany familyhnveSouth Side Miss Lizette Dickson of Paris was the guest of Mrs John W Rod fi man this week LexingtonlJy svythis week Miss Judith Cox who has been visiting relatives in Oovington has returned home Mrs Fred Kollner and daughter of Louisville were guests of rela woekt of Wobdlake of Miss Fannie S fftf Gray this week Mr Walter Goodwin of Nashville Tenn was here Saturday on a L ixvlslt to his parents Dr N J Sawyier and wife have fV rented the Baptist parsonage from Rev M B Adams h Mr T Knox of Pine Bluff Ark 7Jf i AKnoxPfMr Fred Hollis and wife have re j from a trip to their old home In Massachusetts Mr Robt S Stephens and wife of Louisville were here this week v the guests of his mother firs Clara McPherson of Louts villa was the guest of fry Blanche Kendall Greene this week 6 Mr Edmund W Taylor of Gin oinnati was the guest of his father H6n E H Taylor jr thin week rl TMr A1t Marshall and wife of Mason county have been guests of daughter Mrs M B Adams MissDot Phillips of Covington ClevelandOhioMr Geo A Lewis of this office was called to Georgetown as a wit floss in the case of Mr H E Yout- pay f r Rev W H Hampton of Ironton Ohio who has been visiting his mother returned ho o on day Mrs H W Alexander of Lexing 7i ton was tho of her parents Mr W J Hughes and Wife this L week p RevW J Mahoney wife and A little son of Plea8urevillev are the Jfl guests of her sister Mrs J Gray v McLean Jr Mr Edgar F Suter of Louisville t who had been tho guest of relatives Bt hero returned to Louisville Satur day night rN Miss Belle Giltner Miss M C ShMVjeliirMibsourijA Mrs Hannah Hardin and chil li = dren Masters Willie and Hord and Miss Flora have gone to St Louis y Mo to live Mr Geo Huffman and wife left tVTuesday for Louisville where Mrs Huffman will be placed under mod vical treatment V Mrs W E Hunt and children of Greonvllle Miss who have been 1jlie of relative t here have returned homo Mr Frank G and son 1nIlIr W E MOWlfery itI wore tho guests of Mr J H Cox and family Sunday Mr Howard 1In hall of Eliza both town who has boon visiting relatives here returned homo Monday Mr Fred S Grinstead of Rich parentsCaptWest Side on Sunday Col Ben L Bryant of Louisville Traveling Passenger Agent Hen yesterdayMr R M Bergman aiid wife who have been guests of her pa rents Capt I T West and wire have returned to their home in Irvine Misses Emma Prico and Dean Rogers of Sholb villo and Miss Bessie Garnett of Eminence were the guests of the Misses Scottow this week whohason sick leave has returned to duty as express between Lou isville and Lexington Dr Curtis Johnson son of Mr F H Johnson of this city was op erated upon at the hospital in Lex ington on for appendicitis and up to yesterday afternoon was doing nicel Dr E A Zoborbicr of Hanover Germany huts been in the city this instructiQnfromin which special lines Dr Baxter is said to excel The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous ilttle pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe South Longmoor W McKee Hardie only8Mtober 6 at LangdonCreasey Co formerly Grass Grocery 0441t NOMINATED We are glad to notice that our friend Judge H R French of Mt Sterling has been nominated for circuit court clerk of Montgomery county to fill a vacancy Judge French is a high toned gentleman and it is a good indica tion when such men enter politics Torturing skin eruptions burns and sores are soothed at once applying DeWitts Witch Hnzel- Snive the best known cure for piles Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor W McKee Hardie THANKS The ladies of the Baptist Church return thanks to the many friends who so kindly patronized their booth during the Street Fair We are glad to say that these good women made a substantial sum for their church as the result of their labors KyMiscellaneous to a business letter 1 was takingFoleysLongmoor W McKee Hardie TO STOP A COLD L After exposure or when you feel a cold coming Qn take a dose of Foloys Honey and Tar It never falls to stop a cold If taken in time HarFieGOES TO NEW FIELD Having been transferred to a now appointment by the Bishop at the last Kentucky Conference Rev T F Taliaforro and family have gone to Pleasureville their new home Mr Tallaforro made many warm friends during his two years stay in this city who regret his having to leave and their best wishes attend him to his new work Fatality Follows Failure to use Foleys Kidney Cure in time If taken in earlier stages of Brights disease and diabetes it is a certain highdeathsymptomsFoleys Kidney Cure can be had South Longmoor W McKee Hardie DEATHS JOHNSONIn Louisville on Thursday Mr John J Johnson aged 72 years Mr Johnson was born in Vir ginia but raised in this city being a son of the late Mr Chas N John son Ho wits a carpenter by trado and an industrious man Ho had many friends here Bost coal oil only 8 cents per gal LnngdonCrousoyGorcery 41 ijjjg vjThe GreatVariety of Pretty Fall GoodsAnd Our Low PricesFills Our Store FN Ul L L L of PurchasersOur in every Line is Larger and moreComplete this season than any I beforeWe a great effort to sell the kindIof goods that Please and giveSatisfaction I Call and see our goods as we Ike to show ihem ClKagin Bro ZiztzCT Go t AGGNMasonic Temple = 210 Ann Street i For Your Fall Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement I Meat Cutters Loaded Shells i Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc N StaggThis A N D a considerable ship ment of Laird Scho ber Cos shoes that will interest you J v Laird Schober Go for years have Had the t reputation of making the finest Ladies Shoes in t the world and this year they received the grand prize at the Paris Exposition The fall designs f are of unusual beauty v t I They are five dollars but the leather is simply superb and the I I shoemaking is faultless They l r 4rqfit in every spot and as for looks why anybody can tell they are j Ii fine shoes There is a choice of l styles andr all sizes and widths fr tIJflI r rt j R K McCLURE SON t f U frankfort Ky r AttentlonlITo prepare in this world send them to Ellendale Commercial College near Curdsvllle Ky The college is sit uated in a healthful and refined neighborhood in Davless county remote the distractions and experienced Instructorjareemployed Without one exception our graduatES are holding good Board tuition furnished room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address- J E A MM Pres 46 6m r CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It Concern Having lost certifIcate No ro93 twentyseven harM of stock and certificate No ro rCHentIn three shares of stock In the Farmer s Bank of Kentucky on a before two month from this date ask said lank to issue mo now certificates for said stock nU on to show sucauseFOR SALE acres of land obout21h from Frank pike on old Harrodburgthe It hash conllld turn timber with plenty hi pronounced IartlesgeSept lHra Ir ftJ Bacon o TEAHERS MEElINfi Programme for the Teachers As fioclatlon to be held at Antioch Church Saturday October 6 1900 980 Devotional Exercises Lawrence D Stucker Music Welcome AddressLIzzie Braw ner Besponso Lewis Lee Object of the Association Boy C Jouett RecitationrLangungoStella Wilmott Die by Maud Pierce Myrtle Oclgen J A Htilott iSelect ReadingJulia ScinYei psboldISchool Im L Pat tie County Superintendent Noon lliusictAddressHarry McChesnoy Stater lttISuperintendent Jf jIBeoitation Lee j What Trustees Can Do to make ti t EfciontAgneeM I i PhySiologyland Anatomy of the t a 1WhatJaD MusictjTeacher and Patrons Annie Yar and John Dooloy DiBoipUneAnnie Manford and Katie Everyone Interested in education invitedIAGNES M BRAWNER JfltyiceProBidonfc ati c- 3jjjjjjJ Jr J w DEATH OF JAS RUSSDLT HAWKINS JR lI l W6 merely announced in our list issue the tenth of our friend Mr- Jus R Hawkins jr anti stated v that wo Ayould give a morn oxtonflqjl notice today Mr Hawkins was thosocond Btfrv- of that honored And boPOvecl ploys slolivn Jr J Rusteoll Hawkins 8i wag about 05 years of age and WU- StPJ7 born In Honrico county Va He was a modest retiring Chris tlan gentleman and everyone who t t know him respected and admired It ihIs integrity of character mitt pu df life He was a thoroughly cultivated iia gentleman of the old fashidnedj r sort Unobtrusive and t his manners he was known as one vf t of the bulwarks of his community whom no power of evil could intim idate or cause to swerve from the paths of rectitude His advice and ir counsel always had weight and many troubles were quieted and many heartaches soothed by his kindly ministrations Always frail and delicate yet his death was sudden anti unlooked for But it found him prepared and undismayed in the presence of the grim messenger He had been a member of South Benson Baptist 1 Church since his boyhood and was r an officebearer for years endcav orIng to fill the place of his honored fatherHe died as he hadlived with r firm reliance upon the saving power of redeeming love The funeral took place on Sunday r afternoon the services being con ducted by Rev M B Adams after which the loved remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery In all the relations of life whether as son brother husband father or friend he measured up to the highe t standard an honest manHe leaves a wife and fourchil dren Mrs Robertson of Louisville Miss Addle and Messrs Davis an Joseph Hawkinsf of this county four sisters Miss Mildred of this county Mrs Cunningham of Louisville Mrs Calvertof Junc tiqn City and Mrs Stephens o Boone county and two brothers H1 Pope Hawkins of Greenville Miss and W Boles Hawkins t Corbin Ky and hosts of warml attached friends to mourn his t death But theysorrow not as those without hope L WATCH LOST Mr Joseph Robinson lost his j hunting case silver watch on Mon day between the residence of Col II Tom Rodman and the planing mil- of Mr A Pilkington on Second Murray streets There was a iand guard attached to the watch Anyone finding same will be suitably rewarded on returning- it to the residence of Col Chas Newton The crippleW- ho is crippled accident or deformity hardlyunderstands the meaning of th word as compared th victim of rheumntism He is not only bent and twisted but also racked with pain so cruel that hee envies the trip le who stumps woodenihe goes Rheumatism is known l today as a blood onlybet blood powerfults icme Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery cleanses the blood of the acid ns which cause t rheumatism When the blood is cleansed the rheumatism is curedThere is no alcohol in Golden Medical Discovery and it is free from topium cocaine and all other narcotics Mr R McKnightr WllllatnsburgCounty troubledCtwelve so v at times I could not leave bed I was t badly crippled Tried many doctors and two t gave me to None of them t Ididme The pains in back hip aurgood In head would My appetite was verY bad tEverYbody who saw me I must die I pJp daymqhealthJaiatist- nj r The sluggish liver can be cured by 4 t the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets 1 91 1 r t klr t f rr THE REGISTRATION Thofoilowing tables are given to show the registration last year and this year with the party affileations as given to the clerks it REGISTRATION FOR 1899 I- j ERKOINOTS C 7 vOllirtt Bridger 1a C rurthouser Murkathouse H 1sGash use GalnesStnblou Bollopolut otn1a REOISTRATION PRECINCTS Voglers Bridge Courthbuse Markethouse Gashouse Gaines Stable- Bellepoint Totals pj 86 70t 122 40 17II7 89 78 97 53 I 46 DeIIh 118 185 In 112 152 fit J Rep sj41 s6i FOR 1900 Dem 123 188 162 181 124 172 68 943 UP HEAD We take the following from the Lexington Herald of Tuesday Mr E C Hathaway General Manager of the Lexington Street Railway Company 1is in receipt of a letter from owners of the poshtimeunexpectedly and from persons un known to him Since Mr Hatha way has taken charge of the local company it has become known throughout the country as the best line for its size in the United States and it was through this channel that the offer came Mr Hathaway is held in high es teem by Lexington citizens and they are glad to know that he lid not even consider the offer helddhad the judgment to stay in old Kentucky- Feelings of safety the Minutefremedy that produces immediate results It is infaliblo for coughs croup and all throatflung troubles It will prevent con sumption South Longmoor W McKee Hardie STOCK SALES Mr H G Davis made the follow ing sales of stock this week 2 shorthorn heifers at 2760 each 41 sheep at 475 perbeady LawrencevillelDyspepsia Cure in my practice among severe oases of indigestion remedyManypond upon the use of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure in stomach troubles It digests what you eat and allows you to all the good food you need providing you do not over load your stomach Gives instant relief and a permanent cure South Longmoor W McKee Hard le ZILPAH Street Fair over what next Guess everybody wants to rest Scottew after a prolonged visit ot five or six months to his uncle Mr J B Moore Come again Warren Jhe wnitlngforThere is widower in our com munity who didnt attend the street fair We wonder what was the AIreasonRumor says that another one of our young men will in the near future be married to a young lady of Hemp Ridge Guess it must be so as he is seen going that way every Saturday Miss Willie Green of Scott who has been visiting her cousin Miss Iva the past two weeks returned hone Friday We are to say that we met our friend Catchem at the Street Fair Our mind was greatly con soled to see our friend still in the lund of the living Come Catohem wash your face and wake up and lot us hear from you Where have you been We thought possibly you had been to the Christmas tree and forgot to return or gone homo with the widow Yes we saw a fellow at the onisteppingopen looking hero and there hunt ing his girl He said she could the sweetest music on the violin any mortal ever heard and just to think this follow Is a wid ower but not the one that stayed at home CLOSE OBSERVER I Pop t 8ii 2 0 r poP 2 s 2 7 Pro I 11111 J II r N 6 I 12 23 83 8 li Tdtal 117581 e N O 14 12 16 28 9 129 2M 245 lns 824 80s 100 Total 828 299 196 848 844 118 18MI ADVERTISED LETTERS For the week ending September 29th 100- 0Anderson Frank Bridge Lee Byrne AH ReyCarpenter Jim- Haunahan J E Hocker Luther OpheliaJohnson Jenkins Frank For the week ending October Oth 1000 Lyons Clemle Bunk Loyson Loche Miles MrsIMartin Martha- Ray B H- Raymond Carrie M Romans B F Roark Alton Wadkins Jeff Watson J B Wheeler Mamie S B HOLMES P M Do not get scared If your heart troubles you Most you suffer from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and gives the wornout stomach perfect rest It is the only prepar ation known that completely di gests all classes of foods that is why it cures the worst cases of in jllgestion and stomach trouble after maybenot help but do South i Longmoor W McKee Hardie STAMPING GROUND Mrs T Warn Beagle is still quite sick conductingChurch highbringinghalf cents Mr Foster Gaines of Nashville Tenn is the guest of relatives hereWe regret to learn that Miss Katie Adams the daughter of Mr J B Adams is down with typhoid fever Mr W H Sebree has painful surgical operation per rmod last week and is quite ill Mr Alfred Easley has sold out his stock of goods to Mr Frank Turner who has moved his whole stock to the Easley storeroom Uncle Jesse Hambrlck and wife have come to town to live with their son Mr John C Hambrick Time Buffalo Springs Academy opened on Monday Prof F T Cat lln principal Owing to the Illness VirgieDulceclass There was quite a nice attendance Politics is warming up and will bo hot from now on YACOB CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the- Signtitur of IWill Accept Wo are requested to announce that Hon R P Stoll of Lexington will accept the nomination of tho Republican party for Congress in this District should the same be tendered to him Mi Stoll is an able and popu lar many Ellendale Commercial J CollegeNear Curdsville Ky School for Boys and Young Men f who wish to study j Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short- Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic Tho college is located in one of the most healthful and refined nol hborhood8 in Dftviess county remote from nil temptations and distractions of blty or town Not one of our grnduntes has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re 0 opens September 10 1900 m J E Gardiner A M Pres July 210m CyRDSVILLEX KYi To Our Old Friends and Patrons We have opened the only exclusive funeral and embalming parlors in the city and with our long experience and equipment will be able to render unsurpassed serq vice Our friends and the public generally are cordially invited to call and inspect our apartments f Special attention will be given to night calls by Lyman Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and B G Graham residence 428 Shelby Street Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rubber Tire Funeral Car Your patronage is earnestly solicited Respectfully Mrs A Jud Graham Son j Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Frankfort THE ROUNDABOUT t THE PEOPLES PAPERLhot EVERYBODY TAKES IT f EVERYBODY READS IT Subscription Only 1 Per Year t r5 OUR JOB DEPARTMENT 1 H BINDERY iBlank Boob or all kinds gotten up fa cwt style of i the arG Old Books and Music bound it kit ts Jab Work of u1gaiioit1 1 fii 1- I7r v 4 J c Fraiikforl floilhidami Entered at the postofllce nt Frankfort Ken tuoky assecoud class mnilublo matter OEQ A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OaT 4 1900 SON JOHN W YERKES SPEECH Hon John W Yerkes Republi can candidate for Governor came here on Wednesday morn ng an n as met at the train by a large delegation of our citizens who 0 t cortcd him to the Oapital r wliere ho received a still larg crowd of ladles and gentlemen called to pay their respects At 2 oclock p in Mr Yerkes wa escorted to tho Capital Opera where a crowd that filled the building from pit to dome greeted hlt with prolonged applause the t standing and cheering for sever kColmeeting to order and made a shoe v speech introducing Judge W Bullitt who in turn made a brief address introducing Mr Yerkes- V Mr Yerkes made a brilliant powerful eloquent and conciliatory speech which was greeted witl great enthusiasm and frequent cheering THe meeting was a great success and the Republicans and Brown Depibcrats were filled with enj j thusingm and encouragement The Opera House had been lfeau tlfully decorated by a committee of the most charming ladies of our city and was a veritable bower of fragrance and loveliness There were some threo hundred ladies who graced the occasion their presence antjMr Yerkes was surprised gratified at the demonstrablon and so expressed himself COLD STEEL OR DEATH There Is one small thaneto save your life and that is through an operation was the awful pros poet set before MM 1 B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis by her doctor after vainly trying to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow Jaundice He didnt count on the marvelous power of Electric Bitters to cure Stomach Jofwholly cured avoided surgeons v knife now weighs more and feels bettor than over Its S guaranteed to pure Stomach and Kidno troubles und novo disappoints Price 60c tit J W store d AMIDNIHGTBEtL n j Charles Hoy tnover wrote a bettor comedy than 4 Midnight BollI and this is saying much for the Bell Unlike most of the pieces frown his pen this play has pathos nfc well as comedy and the on tends to make tile othor stand eu more prominently A Midnight Xoir is being acted at the Lyceum t this weeTc by a good company tire members of vhlch present the eharaetbrsstenos and Incident as the author intended that thoy should be presonted in mi amusing t fashion They kept the audience Consmnpl itis by no means the dreadful it is thought to b in the beginningt J4n3s you dont know youve t jtj you dont believe it yo wont believe ittill you are fforced to Then it is danger cotIs a Dont be afraid but attend i to it quickyou can do it your self and at homeI oFf Cod Liver Oil and dive care t fully every way doctrinefk whatever may think or r be told and if heeded will save life If you have not tried It send fo i free sample Its agreeable taste wfl- s4 SCOTT BOWNE Chemists4O9 Pearl New York druggistssr yesterday afternoon and lust verI Ing laughing or npplmiding nearly all tho tine Those sVho have the comedy before laughed us fly as those who saw It for tho deenI time for II A Midnight Boll bo onJo o over and over minh1tors which wore highly enjoyed by the Lyceum audlonceOlevolanll World Sept 4 1000 Thirty minutes fis all the timed required to dye with Putnams Fadeless Sod by South d I 1Longmoor orOUTRAGE whoistheerace Street coltsman on of week 81slid told that ho must divide his with the other racers Not any better ho gave up the beImtedollartpunlshodI I other pills can equal DeWitts Little Early Risers for promptness certainty and efficiency South Longmoor W McKee Hardie I DON2 FORGET IT Mr F H Lundy the well knpwn shoe represontingI Potter Cincinnati O the Capital Hotel on 9th with a full line of Mens and Womens Shoes and will be pleased to exhibit samples consisting MullAi the latest fads and fashions for Fall and Winter 1900 and take orders Il Ithlsllno Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful tenth In telling of it ho says I was taken with Typhoid K Fever that ran into Pneumonia y My lungs became hardened I was so weak I could not oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I ex petted soon to die of consumption when I heard of Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle gavd rrelief I continued to use it am well and strong I cantmuch in its praise This nndivelous medicine is the surest quickest cure in the world RegularDrugstore I A PAJNTjER OF THE INDIAN Charles H Stepliens whoso painting decorates the cover of tho jj October Ladies Home Journal is a close artiststudent of the tndian and Indian lifts and is regarded as ofta very high authority on all tljat I antSchool wjiero his most apt pupil in Illustration was Miss Alice Barber who subsequently became his wife and Whoso drawings signed Alice Barber Stephens ar0 iho admira1 ion of all lovers of black and white art IANOTHER FR Wo aro more GETS lHEREIthat our Mr Ed P nr Czpromoted to Live Stock Agent of he L N Railroad at St Louis o with a handsome salary at tached Mr Bryan is the son of Col EdtP Bryan sr now of Now ofuget to the front when they strikeout from the old town Ho has been on a visit to his aunt Airy J Alex Grant in this city tad his host of friends rejoice in his lhiccesh COURT DAY SALES Capt David A Peters auctlneer made the follwlng salts on Monday county court sits 8 aged mares at 2260 2760 and 2560 11 weanling calves at 1425 each 10 weanling calves at 1150 each 10 yearling calves at 2160 each 1 horse 44 811I I mare i And several additional minor tt sales 11rJis Ni y For WFaIFe a most ex clusive and complete variety of Mens Boys and Childrens Cloth InHMens Suits and Overcoats at 750 1000 12501500 up to 2000 We have added sev eral fine makes of clothing to our stock One of them is the celebrated make of Alfred Benjamin Co of New YorLThese goods are known by every clothier to be as fine as any clothing made nothingbut Pine Clothing Every suit and overcoat can be relied on to be perfect fit ting and stri- ctlyUp To DateThe prices on Al fred Benjamin Cos suits and overcoats t range from P1350 to 2000 But when you get one of them you will have a garment that you will be proud of New Fall Hats Furnishing goods and woolens for suits to orderHudsons Cor Main and St Clair I Frankfort NKy 1 8k ufluAc fejL i4c 1 LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whinb in Quality and Flavor Arc 1 EQUAL TOANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND 3A1L FOR IT rIlE PRO DUQl OF A Kentucky v F Industry OKOBINSON Frankfurt Apt iu 2lyJEM i i FLOUR i i The Finest Made Anywhere T Patronize Home Institutions s THE J E M MILLING CO J iJ N 18ly MILES Sec Treas iI ++++ + +++ + + + + Ii UiIiiIiiIi-i I Thos K Robb I e r nlture Piano and Furl e I t Packing ond OrntingCarefully Dono by Experienced rued Service Mod crate Lewis Street Loral Phone No no Sept 8Sin iii iiiIiiIiI Strayed or Stoleni ROM the farm of J P Stafford near Sted whitepoiNTERand answers to tho name of Count A lib MrStoftonlwhich leads to his recoveryIPAYNEb9 Dissolution Notice HE firm of RoHonstoln Roaenburc 8 CoI Broshaving StClair11100sSpare Women Informer years when thin wdmen wished to gain flesh and roundness of form they would take warm baths and follow this by rubbing into the skin cod liver oil Now they em buyingScottsternally it increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children Best Way to Cure Backache Backaches are caused by disorder KldncyCureSouth Longmoor McKee Hurdle Try the Capital Steam Laundry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 10tf KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon strutting the exhausted digestive or guns It lathe latest dlscovereddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation Ican approach it In efficiency It scantly rellevesand permanently cures Indigestion Heartburn IFlatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of Imperfect digestion PrlceSOc and lt Largo size contains 3H times Ysmall size ookal about dyspepsia mtuledf ree h Prepared by E C OtWITT AGO CljIcaD ltSOUTH LONGMOOR j w McKEE HARDIE frt 8Ho Limitations upon Residence Travel and Oc pation Payable I 60la PaldQUp Insurance Ualues Important features OF- llnlon fi maUNa i Policies i OF LIFE INSURANCE Grace In- Premium J Payments f asb UalNtS Eoan Mm tiextension of Insurance by terms of the 1 main non orieitNre LawsIECJery one of these and clear Just hozuand when each is available is fold No technical qualifications misunderX 5SJ set forth In unequivocal language JFTER Three Years UNION MDTUAL toPayMAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW continuoingF D BRODIB BndJe1TonlonJOHN R aFrankfort Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs find libmefthingmore severe and dangerous renulta of throat and lung troubles What All 7 itregulurclimutnot possible for you then in either 111Jcase take the NJ1trieslung troubles H Boschees German L fcjvrup It nol only heals aunt shim5telates the tissues to destrll the erm rHUSegood nights rest and cures tho patient one bottle Ilecom clrugtjatiInHolmes 4Iy ITBE J3 ST ERIES AND LIUUORS o r- TiLOWEST PRICES AT I t 7 JOHN nRIS OLL S JACOB SWIGERT Go2dlg1I + i t r +dAgentsftI rjot 1101 AND 102 ANN STREET J 1Ikj Ba hIA ntofthe Capital Hotvl I fHE 1EOPYLi1 A Tho Prvipylaea at tho Pan Amotei citn Imposition at Buffalo in Kfll will murk tho northern bound ary t9f tho Plaza andi the extreme north 0rn limit of tho Grand Court This elaborate and beautiful architec tural ornament will serve too purpose of a colossal screen shutting out from tho Exposition the noisy 4 arid smoky reminders of the toil ThenEr6pyhration treated with fine artistic skill The combined work is 500 foot long consisting oftwo massive arch6d entrances or gateways at the extreme eastern and western endsof a long gracefully curved colonnade These gatowaysarq 86 feet with and 54 feet high Two open towers surmount the sides of each arch and above the 20 tall Ionic columns that form the coUon nade is a pergola or arbor over which growing vines will wind their delicate tracery of green Behind the collonnatfe will bo the railway station reached by a broad promenade In tho spaces between great columns statues will be placed showing their outlines dis tinctly against a background of color The electric street railway emirs as well as the steam roads will unload many of their the station dpposite tho PropylrenI which is reached from tho tracks by a spacious sUl way The vial tors will thus enter the grounds through the high arches on either banal of the Propylroa und obtain at once ono of the grand Views of the great group of Exposition buildings On the right and left of stnthed Tower and Sunken Gardens and Court bf the Fountains the Elec Agriculather aong the Machinery and Transportation Building and that of Manufactures mind Liberal Arts i and i the distance the Temple of and the Ethnology Building The VIsitor thus lunges at once into tho midst of the Exposition SALT FOR HAY FEVER A teaspoonf of salt in a glass of Water taken before breakfast is said to bo a sure ouro for hay fever by people who have tried It The remedy was suggested by a Cuban doctor who had been a sufferer for OVHSKinWe nothing better than coughing to tear the lin yourIt to cause- bronchitis and- Qneumonla Only keep it up and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing our appetite bringing on a slow fever and making thing exactly right for the germs of consumption Better kill your cough before it kills you AYQT3PQelOiai everykindit just right for anordl theharderchitis you will need a 50 cent bottle and for the coughs of consumption the one dollar size is most economicalM- yoonglfreducedmetoamere nn I triad remedies thoChorfyloctorall win to and three bottles restored mo to health I believe Iowe my life to it MonoNOct Va i t ffJ r Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect October Sth 1899 aJMlldj 100 120 133 153 205 5tij A =Pll P lIj 340 r 353 410 422 US 491 448 460 =No1 702 710 720 720 731 740 815 = Dally Except Sunday LviFrin fortA Ar Stsutatn lrouiil Johnson Derail tieowtown a DipifB NewcoMi iitervlH6 Elizabeth Purls OICfv 11107 connects with connect with connects with Ky Central Between Frankfort and Cincinnati PM A31 PM 101 IAN 710 433f Ki28 LvGeorgetownAr 1027 616 5501 720 1005 Pr Cincinnati Lv 400 many years With faith in its eflloocy it was given trial At the end of week all traces of hay fever had disappeared The receipt was passed on to friends similarly afflicted and in no case has it failed According to the physician recommending it there is not sum cient salt in the system to kill the poisonous germs that exist where ever hay fever claims victim and when enough has boonjabsorhed the sufferer is cured Dover News A NIGHT OFTERROR Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn ham of Machias Me when the doctors said she could not live till writes Mrs S H Lin coln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than onco saved her life and had cured her of Con sumption After three small doses she easll all night and its herngttarnnctoedDiseases Only 60c and 100 bottles free at W Gayles drug store r WHEN A SERVANT IS A TREASURE Stuart Phelps her new story liThe Successors of Mary tho First the first of which are in the October Ladies Home Journal in these words in change of for tune devotion in illness fidelity to monotonous duty and affection warmly tendered and returned these the mistress of counts jealously among the treas ures of life For so sacred and sub tle is the power of human home that those who have ever formed ono family can never bd or become to ono another like the without the gatefro the unwrit ten names of tho and lovable women who have given me happiness in giving me service Inscribe thisstory OA S O H I A Bears Signature of sScelmintotva ElithJflto morning Trim Elizabeth dedicates chapters Loyalty household strangers capable honorable I STRONG CORPS OF ARTISTS One of tho strongest corps of art ists over maintained by magazine will do the pictorial t part of The Ladies Homo Journal during 1901 The list includes Edwin A Abbey Howard Pyle A B Frost W L Taylor Solomon Solomon Max field Parrish Frank V DuMond Alice Barber Stephens Will Bradley Louis Loeb Henry Hutt Henry Tanner tho negropainter Reginald B Birch anti ten or flf teCTi others Some of the most prominent in the list will give their services exclusively to tho Phila delphia magazine AMERICAS MOST ARTISTIC HOUSE After two years careful search and inquiry tho general assent of competent critics decides that the most artistic house in America is located in ono of the Middle Atlantic States Tho house Is unpre tontious externally and Is little heard of outside certain art circles but it is Indisputably the supreme triumph in interior decorations and furnishing Its owner arid occupant has graciously consented to reveal its artistic beauties to the public through Tho Ladlus Homo Journal and two whole pages Qf an early issue of that inagazjne will bo devoted toploturlnjy the Interior of this suporb homo =IfI IUi2 953 945 940 980 No P JII fiL 66 g IAJI916 f 865 840 t822 Bl0 800 751 751 = I N B c r P 340 745 617 750 830 a a a J a a I I a I1HE GRAND ARMY AT CHIC AGO ITho National Encampment of the Army of the Republic of 1900 down into history more unique and any of the preceding gatherings of this mighty patriotic order Chicago for this one week de sconded from tho conquest of bus iness and beciyne a gentle warm hearted host All df her people without exception were imbued with the spirit of hospitality and giventheR badge was the magic talisman for it was the open sesame to the best tho city had to offer and the aged warriors were shown every possible courtesy and attention Nothing wilts too good for them Even the street car conductor had time to wait ffor tho belated Grand Army man and help him aboard A number of the restaurants fed the veterans free while the city government provided sleeping places for thousands in the differ out school buildings Hurrah for the G A R yelled I young fellow who stood in the great crowd on Michigan avenue paradeHurrah A R for it was their bravery that made pos sible the blessings we enjoy to day This was the sentiment that animated this wonderful week This was tho sentiment that brought the memory of those years of awful struggle out of the misty past that highestlaceThere was not an urchin on tho goblockshis way The transportation lines wore also hospitalItyhad such enormous crowds of ple been carried by the railroads Among the thoughtful nets to make the trip of the veterans pleasant none was more timely and consid orate than the Instructions issued by the Chicago North Western Ry to nil trainmen and others in terested in the handling of passen ger traffic on 8500 miles of road Just before the reunion letters Superintendentsstruct agents conductors baggage men and others to be more than dinarily patient courteous and attentive in administering to tho comfort of old heroes gatheringdeeds of heroiC men wore revived around the numerous camp fires The wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accom plash his purpose Counterfeiters of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxes and wrappers like DeWitts Look out Take only DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures piles and all skin diseases South Lougmoor IL LOOSEY JIGGraduate in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery All diseaars of domestic animals treated scientific principles Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFF- ICETHOMPSON BROSLIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY- Dr Cibys CeoQIUou rowaera are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and tho best in neo to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co OA d T O Ttrre the iii 4taI9 of 63 r Ar Lv A O as or lliiii DOIgIJII +IN KENTUCKY Condensed Soherfali Effect Miy 10 NO L No 6 Noo3 Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm 103opm WESTBOUND NO 2 130 viv Lexington 750am 435pm 615am Ar Versailles 766am 502pm 63Sam Ar LTrcncebg 82Oam 53Opm Az Snelbyvllle 010am 015pm 030am Ar LouUvillo 1040am 740pm 760am WESTBOUND SABTBOUHD WESTBOUND No 15tNo87i STATIONS Not tNo 047pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 760am 602pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm 1160am Ar OoorgtnL 700am 310pm WESTBOUND tNolltNo 61 STATIONS tNC 0tNo i746am 400pm Lv Ixiulsvll Af ia40am 740pm ia22am Wpm Lv Vcrsllcs Ar 750am WEpm ILOCam 7S5pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 068am 40Spm lL58pm 830pm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 005am 810pm 106pm Ar Irvine Lv 165pm STATIONS No No a Ar Kuoxvllle 700pm 745am Ar Jacksonville 025ftra Lv Chattanooga 605pm 025am Ar Atlanta ia25pm llr0am Lv Chattanooga aiOpml 045am Ar nirmlngham 05pm 1145am No throygh sleeping car Louisville to Inghom via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar LouUvllla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington U Louisville No 8loeplngcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Buigin daily- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos and dally Nos and S8dailyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nlcholasvllle Ricb mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSOANNOif3d VPftOM J M COLPT M Washington D C Washington DO WATUKKUPA WMRTATU AG PA Washington D C Louisville K71 L dt K TIME TABLE SOUTU Lexington Frankfort Cnrlstlansburg Kmlneiice Lagrange Anchorageir Louisville NuxTli Louisville Lagrange anchorage Eminence Chrlstlansbnrg Frankfurt Midway ir Lexington Retail SOUTHERN RfllLHflY paAr045pmAr NCI2jNoaCOOpm PiiiA32pm amrnpmAr ll0pmAr 22SpmAr 030pmAr 2001 8 I340 358 4l5 458 625 12001 lam 1640 iAr 8851 937 1017 1035 lUJ6 112O 201 912 9W 11025 TIRE TABLE SOUTH Lexington NORTH Louisville bueloyvllle Krnnkfort LexIngton IiuL 8M1 9111 1001 1100 No22 9288 11115 650 6t1 710 746 810 410 523 647 606 642 C It 0 Lv ir 7 8 u 6 601 701 140 8tC L N trains to Louisville Mud way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 937 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 p m O O trains to Louisville 909 a mO O trains to Louisville 813 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 950 a m L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C 0 trains east 1018 a m 0 O trains east 740 p m AVHiTB Agent Wholesale and I have opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bot tom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand WaJ SCOTTOW OPIUM andWlfekey habits cured at home without Book of par FREE1gnttantr Nord PryerJt LOUISVILLE THE CJloun1EHrw1UAXYIiCHICMO FAVORITE LINE IIYCo6J TO CHICAGO J Elegant train equipment of Parlor and Dining Curs und i1odernIWagner Paac Drawing Room Sleepers For tickets rates mold gen oral information by prospective pas 0 sengers to nil the vast Northwest including CALIFORNIA Frank J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Truffle Mgr W H MDocl P G M Address E H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky Burlington Route Fc BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANAt COLORADO PAOTltJ COAST UTAH WASH INGTON OMAHA STi PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO I Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Dining Cars Chair Cars Seals Free F M Agt St Lows HOWARD ELLIOTTOen St Louts L W WAKELEYGonPnss Agt Bt Louis Ma The Henderson RouteY BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West Northwest w and SouthwestI The on1llino running three double trains without change with highs lback coaches and car Tim to St Louis running two double dally trainslwith wick scat conohea and Pullman Sleeper through without change Tickets on sale Rt N office this city For informa t tion as to ratty route HloopiiiKcnr berths etc call on A V Hlto agent B or adydrossBBLBRYANTTPA L J IRWIN GP A LoulHVillo Ky LtXINQTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900at7 EAST BOUND No2 tITES STATJOSS Ex nJlfnDali P A to 0 Lv Lexington 2 25 6 Montrose F 2 F8 00 Avon 2 F 8 Wynndotto F257 P817M wlnohooter 810 880 xt Mistlutoo816 8 L Junction 8 45 fnia Fields Jii 38 F0 Clay City 8 M 0 44 Stanton 4W 9 25 47 RO llyn F F 9 50 Filson 410F026 Dunduo 480F047 s Natural Bridge F 85 0 58 F 80 0 53 Torrent 08 j Finoastlo7 03 F10 2E 70 Bcattyville Junction 5 20 Lv 00 BKJOG Ry Ar 6 LvSt Holans 621F1089 r79 F586F1061 82 Athof 5 59 Oakdnle Fa 60F11 03 90 Elkatawu 607FH22 t Ar Jackson 0 U 80 WESTBOUND 8IDLES r Ex Bun 4 Lv Jackson 025 225 Elkatawn 083F283 Oakdalo F049F249 Athol OM 266 j9 Tallogn F704F804 74II St Helens F 810 Beattyvlllo Junction 8 26 Bouttyville Lv 700 800 BOQ Ry Ar 7 6 h Lv Fincastle F 83 F 8 62 Torrent 8 47p58s Glonclairn F 57 F 816 t Natural Bridge F 8 03 a M Dundee 808F408 Filson 810 4 IB Rosslyn F820F425 44S Stanton 8 480 City 8 4 89 83 Indian Fields 869F464 L tEJunctlou 910 508 s 23 Mistletoe 0 23 F 5 Winchester I 29 5 20 Wyandotto F 48 F I 88 9 49 tf 540 6 Montroso F968F660 o Ar Lexington 6 Royal Flouring dills4q MANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shlpstu if ore f- lOats aiul Hay di25lyi + 4 + 49+ r rriiiI Iair1 If YOU ARE COMING I v i SELBERTl iaLXAEJLE JEYVELEB IRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHUBCH Bev R L McCready f Lector Rev R E Abraham As slstnnt Minister Sunday morning Prayer 9 a m Holy Communion Sermon 11 a m Evening prayer and sermon at p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 am Evening prayer and litany on Wednesday at 780 oclock I To all these services the public tare cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHUBCH Bov M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night h at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at r 046 a m Special classes for vounp men Seats free and all are cordially in vlted j CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsje the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Subject Sunday Night Com ReligionOwing the main audience room the service Sunday will be held in the enlarged and t chapelSundayschool meets at 980 a m The Young Peoples Society of CoyWellsChristian Endeavor meets in the Topic Rich Toward God Junior Endeavor Society meets chapelPrayermeeting night at 780 Topic H Witnesses The public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 a m High i m mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p FIR S T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev McClusky Blay ney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m- zzYoung Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets In the Sunday School room at 645 p mt Prlyermeeting Wednesday even ft at 780 The pulbic cordially invitqd METHODIST CHURCH Rev Geo S Savage of Winchester will at 11 a m and 780 p m z Sundayschool meets at 980 a finL- eagueEpworth in Sundayschool room at 645 in nightrtOfficial evening 4The public cordially invited to at SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH Bev Mr Tylerof Rich mond will preach at 11 a m and 780 m Sundayschool at 980 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at780Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 646 pm To all these meetings the public is cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP- ELl WEST SIDEPreaching every 0 Sunday evening by some one of the at 280 eyeningrTie Rev Mr Tyler of Rich 4ymood Ky will preach twiceaday during the week at the- So u t h Frankfort Presbyterian Church at 880 and 780 oclock p f i m His services will begin Sunday at 11 oclock Everybody is cordially invited I this way it will to stepin arid sciewhat we are showing You Will benefit yourself by inV specting our line If you are In need of a Watch a plecepf J JewelrySilverware Cut Glass Clocks Toiletware you must see our line We earnestly invite everyone who may visit Frankfort to call anti inspect ttas we believe it will be to your interest to do so VoJ F IJ 1t Y M C A Senator Utley will give the address to men at the Y M C A tomorrow afternoon at 880 If you are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order bringhealthmoor W McKee Hardie a A fresh stook a clean store and LangdonCreaseyCo 4lt RALLY DAY At a recent rally day held in the MoFerran Memorial BaptistOhurch in Louisville among the number of those who made addresses was Mr Geo Wythe Lewis jr son of Mr J B Lewis of this city whose subject was Young People and the Bible School Mr Lewis is a young man of pleasant and winning address This is the season when mothers oroupItCough Cure which children like to take South Longmoor W McKee Hardie WOMANS CLUB MEETINGS We are requested to announce that the directors of the Frankfort Womans Club will hold a meeting this Saturday afternoon at three oclock in their rooms in the Tochl building on St Clair street The first regular meeting of the Club for this season will be held at the same place on Monday after noon at three oclock A full at tendance is earnestly requested I am a switchman writes A J Jenesse of 9201 Butlerstreet Chicago and am out In all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kidneys and was in very bad I tried several ad vertised medicines with no benefit until I was recommended to take Foleys Kidney Cure Twothirds of a bottle cured me South Longmoor McKee Hurdle In tho District Court of the United States for tho District of Kentucky in Bankruptcy- In tho matter of Robert G Montgomery bankruptOn BI 1st day of October A D considering petition of tho aforesaid bankS rupt for d sled on tho 14th day of September A D is ordered by the court a hearing belead upon tho same on the 18th day October A D woo before said court at Louisville in wild district ut oclock I1TaotiCIlblOtUowHpllperprlntldInand other persons in interest appear at said time and place und show cause any petitionerMould f WITNESS tho Honorable Walter SEAL Evans Judge of said Court and the ulddLmiot4lt TROS SP ED Clerk Dont be humbugged or deceived by people who claim the discovery or some hitherto herb or root in swamps or on some mountain or for the cure of kid ney and bladder troubles Any doctor or druggist will tell you that FoleysKfdnoyedies that are recognized by the most skillful physicians as the best for these complaints so dont be credulous or South und Longmoor W McKeo Hardie FoleysHoneyanti it the best in tho world says Chits I Bender a newsdealer of Erie Pa W McKee Hurdle Sonth and Longmoor r Directory of Benevolen Organizations JR o u A M Meets every Saturday night at 8 oclock in north hall ot Odd Fellows VisitingbrethrenF L GUTHRIE R S MASONIC Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M meets second and fourth Thursday nights in each month in Masonic Temple Ann streettat 780 Master BEN T FARMER Secty Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730FRANK W KEYES H P BEN T FARMER Secty Frankfort Council No 5R S M meets every fifth Thursday night in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 M P BROWN M BEN T FARMER Recorder Frankfort K T meets the third Thursclaynight In each month in Masonio Temple Ann street at 730 FRANK W KEYES E 0 HENRY F LiNDSEYRecorder i o o F everyMondaypie St street at 730 B G MOORE N G W S ROSOEN Secty Frankfort Lodge No meets every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 B So GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Secty Oriental EncamprnentNo 10 meets second and fourth Thursday night in each month at 730 OHAS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder IKNIG1ITS MACCABEES Capital Tent No 28 K 0 T M meets every first and third Friday night in eaoh month in the north half of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 JOHN RIES D A 0 A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor meets every second and fourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 780 W B BRIDGEFORD Die 0 A NELSON Recorder A o U w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple every Thursday night at 730 A W NAZOR151 W JAB McEwAN Recorder B P o ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 730 oclock In TempleO R G L BARNES Secretary The luck of energy you backache and a run down conchtion generally all mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney Cure will restore your strength and vigor by making the kidneys well South Long moor McKee Ha dleIWANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen in each State permanent eXIperienoeGreensboro N 0 2Oln1q- DRESSMAKING Having returned to the city I have reopened my dressmaking establishment at 820 streetone door south of Governors mansion and will do all kinds of dressmak ing Tailor made suits a specialty It MRS GEO PJatino photos 2 per dozen The latest style out Nazor above Ex press office 61tf Prevented A Tragedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Straitsville Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many steadilyIwholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneu monia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Guylesdrog giveChamberlains will not cost you nl cent if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and requiredbyfrostbites quinsy pains in the side and chest glandular and other swell applyingit25 and 50 cents J W Gayle drug gist Fresh ginger snaps only5 cents ier as long as they last at LangdonCreasey Co 4lt Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the GeorgeDWilliams how such a slave was made free He helpeltJSforover In bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she Is won derfully improved and able to do her remedytornervousness sleeplessness melan chuly headache backache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle work ing medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down8eoPle Every bottle cents Sold by J W Gayle Druggist Dr R P BHckraaster Will be In his office in this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday of each yveek Those desiring treat ment by Osteopathy should bear this in mind 46tf The Dread of people with weak lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs is consumption Foleys Honey and Tar if taken in time cures the cold heals and strengthens the lungs and always cures incipient consumption S Longmoor McKee Hurdle REPORT OF CITY SCHOOLS WQ are indebted to Prof S L Frogge Superintendent of the City Schools for the following items in regard to the schools for the month of September I White pupils 877 Colored pupils 402 Total enrollment 1270 Time teacher for the seventh grade reports no tardiness for thq week and only cab absent and that on account of the death of a relative In tho second year of the high school this week there wore none tardy We hope to hear like reports from other roomsih our next issue ift corJo JjtrrI 11 f t The ancients believed that rheu matism was the work of a demon within a man Any one whQ has had an attack of sciatic or inflamma tory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has neVer been clajmed that Chamberlains demonsJobuthundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth rmany times its cost For sale by J lW Gayle druggiste l A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES ID speakingwfollowsof this Mr Walter B Beef Ieditor of the Elkin N OTlrnes says Three weeks ago I had an at tack of measles which left me with a bad cough I took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has entirely disappeared I consider Chamberlains medicines the best on the market For aalet i by J W Gayle druggist lECZEMA trCUREDII tc Bottle Free to Sufferers itfDoes your skin itch and burn DIg itressing Eruptions on the skin so you feel seen In company Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Pains Swollen JointsFalling Hair AU Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlca Blood Balm which nukes the blood pure und rich Bfc B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is the remedyIyou have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Raiders of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruggiktsbottles full treatment W Complete IT directions with each bottle So suf ferers may test It a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM AtlantaCQb4141IitChellSt Ga and free personal medical advice given SSTFor Sale by W McKee Hurdio 48ly 2 SOW 66w Peas IAKaHAVE LARGE STOCKS of these and alt lather Seasonable Seeds such as German aa4 L lliietcSeedsmen LOUISVILLE KYtFoe SALE A sliding window awning New and in condition Apply at this office IiFOOSBLE OF BENT THE suburban home known aa Point adjoining the limits of Frankfort Most beautiful location overlooking both the city und Kentucky river Brick house of twelve All necesxxrr outbuildings and 88 AGUES Of LAND Will rent furnished Address fIGitFor Whooping Cough v Both my children wero with whooping cough writes Mrs1w O E Dutton of Danville III Atf small bottle of Foleys Honey and i Tar gave such relief that I used a 60 cent bottle which saved me a doctors bill Nothing else so good South = Lon lnoore W lIcK o Hurdle I r 7 i ft Y REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the asslgnn ments of internal rovonuo ulcers ns made by Collector Eoborts in this division of tho Seventh Dis trial for the month of October- Storekeepers R HWhittington to Ky Elve Distillery No2 Peter Si Rule to Ky River DIe tillery No 2 warehouse i I L Cox to W A Giiiifes f Co No 4 B N Webster to W A Gaines S 1a CoNa 4 warehouse 4John R Spiers to W A Gaines i No 4 warehouse Howard T Gaines to W A Gaines Co No 4 bottling Jas P Rogers tb S J Green IJ baum No 0 A W Stanhope to S J Green baum No 9 warehouse Phil P Parrish to S J Green baum No 0 night John A Logan to John Cochran Co No 87 Wm A Hamilton to John Coch ran Co No 87 warehouse JasW Robinson to iiH Taylor Jr Sons No 53 t c Geo T Scearce to E H 1 ylarI Jr Sons No 68 warehouse iI Geo W McConnell to E H Tay lor Jr Sons No 63 bottling Jas M Withrow to W A Gainei 6 Co No 106 Ben S Drake to W A Galnet Co No 100 warehouse C H Wllkerson to W A Gaines CoM No 106 bottling Cortez M Kash to E H Taylor Jr Co No 118 Isaac T West to EH Taylor Jr Co No 118 warehouse F G Sparks to E H Taylor Jr Co No 118 bottling Gaugers Geo G Berry to S J Green baum No 0 I Geo G Bryan to W A Gaines No 4 Ky River Distillery- o 2 J P Williams rectifier Hugh A Daniel to W A Gaines Co No 106 E H Taylor Jr Sons No 68 Letcher Lusby to John Cochran Co No 87 EH Taylor Jr- CoNo11g StorekeeperGaugers Eugene Craig to Laval Mayse No11 PG Powell to J T Barbee No82 John T Berry to J T Barbee Nd8bottling to W iJ l ra JohnTUNash to Labrot Grau hamNo 52 Ohiii H Talbott to Glen Spring DistOpNorB i r Sidney A Powell to Jx J M SaflenV No 01 V f WmM Saffell tQJ J N Blake mordNo06F CARDfiThe irnanufacturers of Banner hiive authorized the under slgnedTlo guarantee it for burns cut ares ulcers tetter eczema allskhc diseases Your money i baoktii it doesnt do all it claims r SoutnVand Longmoor W McKee HOW IS THIS FOR HIGH 11t i Mrs Henry Smith wife of a tie maker in Miller county Missouri J gave to live baby boys at one Irtime recently They are reported too well and weighed a total of thirty pounds Smith according to reports has a remarkable family He has been married less than seven years and is the father of sixteen children Only one time has there been born I a single baby at a single birth two pairs of twins two pairs of triplets and the quintet reported now the Wutitg Willow Fvrftttvre aid Picks eralra beee ee eefW ht dMr tr M slimed to leak u wit Gold Drat Powder intof UM a terubblig breihj when b oeBM tke lust soiled lit fresh follow ttttkol but mugs be wiped quickly A r k1a10OOLDlK loa IM eeoa TW N IC PAWMMK Meese II Lerl New Yuk tI F OATEn FOUND On Sunday morning the body of n drowned was found protrud ing from under a raft at the sawmill just below the railroad bridge Coroner Meaghor summoned a jury who viewed the body and brought in a verdict that death came from accidental drowning and the decomposed corpse was at once burled The man weighed about 140 pounds was of medium height had on a good pair of pants shirt anti shoes denoting that he was a respectable man One dollar and twenty cents were found In his pockets his shirt had long link cuff buttons He had two hand kerchiefs one with the initial L t on same It is thought that the man was drowned at the mouth of Sturgeon creek Lee county in April or May as a man was lost from a raft at that time and the body was never found LATE nMessrs Lillard and Chas Matthews of Swallowflejd crime here Wednesday and identified the clothing as belongingjito Elsie Woodside of that neighborhood IBest maccaronl only 7 cents per package Saturday October 6 at langdonCreasey Co 4lt IT HEALS THE LUNGS When suffering from a hacking sough take a dose of Foloys Honey ind Tar The soreness will be relieved and a warm grateful feeling end of the parts affected vlll be experienced and Longmoor Hardie NEW TRIAL REFUSEDAP PEAL TAKEN On Saturday Judge Cantrlll refused James Howard a new trial and he was sentenced to hang De cember 7 An appeal was at once taken and time given until the third week in otober to prepare an appeal to the Court of Appeals r New sorghum molasses only 85 gents per at LangdonCreasy Uo It is exasperating to one who has used Foleys Honey and Tar and knows what do to have a dealer recommend something else asjust the same or Just as There nothing just as good for olds coughs etc south and Longmoo W McKee Hardie i PERSONAL STATEMENT- We lave received a communica ilon signed Legion asking a laco in our columns It relates to natters in end of our city churches which our judgment and that of others who are members of that church dictates had better not be aIred in the public prints If there are sore spots the easiest nay for them to be healed is to let hem alone For this reason alone the communication does not appear in our paper We decline to let our uper become a vehicle for niakingchuroh roubles public CATOBXSears neee CONVENTION CHURCH Kansas City Mo Oct 12th to 10th For above occasion the L N will sell round trip tickets Oct 8th Oth 10th at one fare plus two dollars Final limit to return Oct 28d Must leave Kansas City not later than Oct 20th HooseswMkis had woAwthottt GddDttsf CluirssWing irater dryr ctidNATIONAL CHRISTIAN j11 t FORKS OF ELKHORN Mr Leo French wife ami chi dron of Monterey have returned homo after u visit to Mr M n Lucas and family Mr George Brock Frankfortto school at the City SchoolMr Cartlnhour of George town spent last week with Mr Whitley Moore sirs Emma Sortorago loft Wed nesday for Missouri where she wil spend the winter Mr Walter Johnston of Catletts burg spent Sunday last with Mis Oarolyne Miss Jennie Georgetown spent last week with Miss Elizabeth Adkins Pratracted meeting is In progress at Stedmantown Mt Pleasan churchMr Shearer who has beer in Kansas City for the past month Is back in oUr village again Mrs Robert Porter of Por Royal is the guest of Mrs Ed Mattie Lucas has returned to Monterey Owen county after months stay here with her family ARID r It is well to know that DeWitt1 Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop the pain at once It wil cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores It is a certain cure far piles Counterfeit may be offered you See that yoi get the original DoWltts Witcl Hazel Salve Longmoor V McKee Hardie PEAKS MILL Everybody is patiently waiting far rain Farmers in this section are preparing to sow their fall grain Mr Cy Duvall left for Louisville in Tuesday last Mrs Harvey and Miss Hughes of Lexington were the guests ol Jr and Mrs Henry Church this veekEverybody seems glad the Street Fair is over Mrs D G Timmons and Miss Annie Pierce have returned from a three weeks visit to Louisville We Pore sorry to announce the sickness of Miss Lula Manford the teacher of the Cedar Grove school Miss Lula has many friends in this neighborhood who extend to hex their sympathy and wish her i quick recovery IM A CORKER By Another Correspondent Hot days and cool nights Sorghum has begun with the people of this neighborhood The kissing bug is worrying the people of this section very much We earnestly hope it will not visit us again soon Mr Jim Smith lefttne first of the week for Casey county to visit his- brather Mr John Smith Miss Agnes Pierce IB on the sick Uet Miss Florlan at Woodlake Is here the guest of relatives Mr J L Penn made a business trip to Frankfort the first of the week Mf the young Indies take them taaux to any more street fairs they lad better put a bell on them so it they get lost again they wont be sc rd to find IMr James Jenkins and wife uncle a pleasure Und business trip to Louisville this week They re l ort having Enjoyed themselves very nsuoheAll the folks of the Mill who attended the Frankfort Street Fail ire troubled with their nosesn constant dripBLUE BELLS BBIGHTS DISEASE High living intemperance ex thingsringBrightslseasoladder disorders If taken in time South and Longmoor W McKee Inrdie ANOTHER REDUCTION IN PHE PRICE OF OIL The public generally has probably nQt noticed that there has been a arge Increase in the production of rude petroleum and as a conse uenoe the price of this product Ims been steadily declining for the pnat two or three months Nat rally this has affected the prices of all products of petroleum espec vlly refined oils The Standard on Co have made another reduo lon In their selling price In Frank fart on refined aII8Il1ls Is the lecond reduction they have made 1n the last ninety days Their rides today are Flro Proof best aU made In barrels lie per gal Ian Prime White Oil in barrels 00 per gallon 4lie if 1 If w 1 NCHRSTRRr66 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS UJIformlty j IJ1Hm JIUlll1J1lU1JUU1lJU111lUVUUUU1J1I1J111J cruuutrtruuwuvuvwwLrwu i AI3LCOMEV T T I ii I LLLII J J J J Cj1 4 J tJ The public in general 19 cordially invited to visit my store during the Frankfort Free Street Fair and inspect my mammoth stock whetherIthey buy or not We want everybody to call and see us 1jH if GEO lie STEHUN lunnI1JU1JLlJ1UU11UUIlUnnnnnnnnruuuuu 7 a7T0P i j F rnFIRGUfleMANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER INI POPLAR ASH AND WHITE 5 OAK LUMBERjlERANKFORT XENrCOXY t Would respectfully Inform the citizens of Frankfort nnd Franklin county that weIwill sell r all kinds cheaper than any ono else in tho s Call and got our prices office cut end of Second street Kenney Brothers old stand Sopt 29lm oaL A o AI F it A r L A 4 Pleasankto4ake beds Slut n Laxative Syruip r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring abouta normal action of the bowels when minerals and their salts ate irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptomsas NauseousnessiBloatedYour money will be returned if you do not like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTIE- 4rtf ts J4j 1JJJJIIf Tr l iSTRDNGGARFIELB ICDMPANyS l1li KDRRECTQ 150 to 500 I Suits 5 to 25 Overcoats 5 to 25 CRESTON CLARKE COMING One of the most Important booking of the coming season at the Capital Theatre is that of the distinguished actor Creston Clarke who will appear here on Thursday evening October 11 presenting The Lady of Lyons Mr Clarke still has the same splendid supporting company now numbering twenty five headed by the beautiful and versatile Miss Adelaide Prince of whom and Mr Clarke as well some one recently wrote as follows Mr Creston Clarke claims his dramatic inheritance from two of the best known names in American rvthreatrieal history His father was the celebratedcpnredian the late John S Clarke so well remfem I bered by the older theatregoers and on the maternal side he de 1seends directly from the Booths his likeness to his uncle Edwin Booth being most strongly marked Mr Clarke has won for himself an enviable position among the leading actors of the day Miss Adelaide Prince who is Mr Clarkes leading lady has by f her charming manner and deli cately exquisite art earned for her self laurels of which she may be Justly proud Her early training DcBnHsCOUGH SYRUP OoughsSoro Grippe Pneumonia and all severe lung affections consumption Take warnmg r Act nt 4oncer a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 50 years Price only 25 cents Insist on haVing It Dont bo Im posed upon Refuse tho dealers substitute not as good as Dr buns Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism Achea and Pains IS28 eta J Ir i JUSTINti Mr Buyer andOvercoatsguaranteethemf 1 E G CRUTCHER CO tirj We Now Have Them Amost complete and attractive line of SHOESFor Ladies Misses Men and Boys Heavy atveryconsiderateDont fail to honor us with a visit before you buy DC CRUTCHER COFrankfort Ky Branch Store Huntington W Va has been in the best schools pf the espeoiallyengaged appearedsons not only In New York but winninggolden worldThe tt is made up of actors and actresses who are publicprocured to support air Clarke and Miss Prince A carload of special scenery and givIngperfect production II A MIDNIGHT BELL It Tho above attraction which comes to the Capital Theatre Wed unquestionably II itacompnnyheadedII famousbycarries a carload ofjspecial and magniflclent scenery A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER Will often cause a iorrible Burn BucklensArnicawill R promptlyLall Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure boxCuroGayle Druggist y A MISTAKE Some of the newspapers have stated that all the ministers of this city wore at the depot to meet WednesdayWhile we do not know that there improprietyinally know that there were none of them present CureDJ0ests rpJt r t fIJ Question Answered thelargestcivilized world Your mo thorn and your grandmothers never thought of orbillousnasappendicitis AugustHowerstop fermentation of undigested food stimulatethe theyteakheadaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid make you satisfied theta is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly perdozenpress office 61tf CASTORIAFor Tki Kind You Naro Always Bought Bears the- Signature of TtV DEATH- SKRACHENBUEHLAt the residence of Mr Robt NIcol on Wed iensday Mr Paul Kraohenbuehl aged 23 years of typhoid fever Ho was a worthy young man a member of the German Benevolent hisbrethren eemeterf ForSile modelRamblerut thIs office tf A MONSTER DEVIL FISH ofConstipntionmurderous malady is felt on organs and nerves muscles and brain Theres no health till its over LifoPtllsStoniachLiver DrugStore jjjfjJjjjjjjj I u r 41p- wr cork I 100 TO 500 IIssevrsams aaMtatfTccaKMnaaigNt oaaM J EDTmOll WHISKEYor EXCELLWCE IN BTERAQB IS MATURE M SACREDLY THE COIN THE REALM SIONATUU NATUISwaiinILLUSTRATED TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS 7 For Sale A style trap and chenpAJIyOSTEOPATHY Richard P Bnckmaster D 0 Graduated under A T Still bun der Osteopathy Kirksville Mo oppositeCustomKagin Bros dry goods store Office hours 0 a m to 6 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Telephone 146 Consultation ireer W tf rt SUITS 500 to 25 jOVERCOATS 500 to 2500I BOTTLED BOND Till AU OUt ANt omTltCOtTHI fULL AS GUARANTEED AS OF OLD E H INconpORAT- EDFRANKFORTIo KY now doubleseat No i ti i s 1 t r rr UAR r r ANTU ftVj ANTR 11151 seal it w NOWTOaaflr Ir Icitrnpalen Studio is the place to get hutton of all the canrll dates We make all that are made In Frankfort 4inii undersen the other1 t Heiriember the place above Express office 61tft rr i WANTED t ITonofld rellaller men with oc totrnve r e pensQs FQP particulars address1 BedfordCitj ti