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ImU J f FIr lrL tt flllf tr t lf1 J THE FRANKFORT ROUND BOUT c GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOOIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance 1 jj VOL XXIVeFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 WOO NOi1O i li HON E H TAYLOR JR i Is a candidate for State Senator from this District subject o the action of the Democratic party INS JatANCE PAID dipt D D Mitchell U S Army whowns tilled in tho Philippines o had his life insured by the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York By the following card it will be seen that Mrs Mitchell has been paid the full amount of the policy NOTICE This is to certify that I have re ceived from the Mutual Life Insur ance Company of New York through their manager John D Fremd a cheek for 520140 in full for two policies on the life of the late Captain David D Mitchell U S A who wap recently killed in tlfe hnfpyilnslslamls I desire to commend to tho general public said company for their promptness in paying said claim The settlement is in every way entirely satisfac tory Signed MRS D D MITCHELL Mrs Prue H Bodman Is an agent for this company in tills city It is well toknow that DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve will heal uburn and stop the pain at once It Will cure ecenm and skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores It is a certain cure far piles Counterfeits bo offered See that you Witch11uzalW McKee Hardie- STAMPING GROUND BornNov 11th tq Mr J A Easley and wife a son Corn Is opening out at 150 per barrel F Q B Mr S B Triplott mast sold 200 barrels of corn at 185 in tho field Mr It Stone Mr McCreary of Somerset w uI in our town from Saturday until Monday Turkey buyers are numerous in our neighborhood They are paying cents on foot out for your Thanksgiving bird Mr D C Robinson who lives on the White Sulphur pike Is building a handsome new residence Rev I T Warn Beagle pastor of our Bap tilt Church is nssisthUfRov Dr T a 0 Staokhouse a Hills boro Baptist Church near Ver- sallies Mr 0 D Bourne sold his crop of about 20000 pounds of tobacco to f Mr B Stono at 8 cents per pounds JI Mr B Stone bought of Mr O D Bourne 12 head of feeding cattle at 7 cents per pound wnsIman so he put his stencil under each no of the six devlqos on the ballotThe ZI local candidate fur office isI already in the field frJ yAoOB 1I aoUngLty WIlts Little Sontll d8s JLongmoo W McKee I CARDJPF THANKS fainilyofMrtheir sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors who were so tenderly kind during their recent trouble If you have over seen a child In the of croup you can realize how grateful mothers are for ono Minute Cough Cure which gives relief as soon as it Is administered It quickly cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles South Longmoor W McKee Hardie HELD OVER Charles Parrish the young man who killed Mr T Randolph Jett had his examining trial before Judge Dan Moore and was held over to the January term of circuit doITorturing skin eruptions burns sores are soothed afc once by applying DeWitts Witch Hazel best known cure for piles Beware of worthless counterfeits South Longmoor WI McKee Hurdih WHITE SULPHUR Miss EfHe has returned from n visit in LexingtonI SuudaylastMr James Donavan will give a nightInschool Every ono is Invited to come and bring a box spontSILtnrdnyS Bedford Mr James Prices mother and sister from near Lexington spout Sunday last with his fnmilyI Turkey buyers are all over tho country buying and paying six cents on foot Miss Anna Bedford of near here spent last week In MidWa tho guest of Miss Bettie Mae Martin Mr Dalai Cobb of Lexington is now visiting his sister Mrs H H Taylor nmklilgdUyant business mnkinghorWt suppose on business Mrs Will Moiford who has been very sick is somewhat Improved LOOKER ON J W Bryan of Lowder Ill writcHliMy little boy was vpry low with pneumonia Unknown to the doctor wo gave him Foloys Honey and Tar Tho result was magical and puzzled tho doctor as it immodiatoly stopped tho racking qpugh and he recovered South I Longmobr W Nonce Hurdle IN MEMORIAM ISam Bennott jr 5 years old who Into rest October the fifth 1000Only those who knew the lovely band of children that graced the household of our friends can appre ciate tho sorrow that was felt when wo heard that one of its brightest jewels had been taken to adorn a heavenly crown Little Sum Ben nott seemed always just to touch the earth and to bo ready to unfold his wings anti soar to the celestial regions ho now inhabits When the t1Uho II was not afraid to go to Jesus and the grave hat no terrors for himShall not his memory be to those ho leaves behind an Inspiration und a strength to nerve them for lifes battle and prepare them for- th9 inheritance that he won withoutIfthe conflict through the the Savior who loved the little ones He shall gather the luinbs in His arm and carry them in His bosom E S Frankfort Ky Nov 5 1000 You cant afford to risk your by allowing a cough or cold UfeI develop into pneumonia or sumption One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many doctors use it as a specific for lagrippe It is an infal ible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse it South Longmoor W McKee Har die IHANDSOME EDITION The Carrollton Democrat issued on Nov 8d one of the handsomest industrial editions of its paper that could well be gotten up It shows IienIluckycourthouse as the frontispiece and then follow eleven other pages chuck full of handsome cuts illus trating the business houses comfortable and handsome residences and the faces of a largo number of the lending citizens of that hustling city Many of the faces given are those of gentlemen whom is our pleasure to know and to vouch for as good citizens that any community might well desire to have as inhabitants Bro Gullion has given evidence of ability tact and energy in the getup of his handsome souvenir edition and we desire to tender our congratulations upon his success hen you can notsleop for cough it Is hardly necessary that any rue you that you need tew doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay tho irritation of tho throat make sleep possible- Ft is good Try it For Sale by J V Gayle Druggist GOOD REASON The best argument ever given by a defeated Presidential candidate as to the just causes for his defeat wore given by Mr Bryan He states that tho reason why ho was defeated was Ie tho full dlnu rpnlJiThis moans that during ent administration tho industrial classes of all kinds have had plenty to ont Why thou should there have been a change So it may bo said of the farmers that they have received good prices for all alloy produced both of grain and stock There is no pleasure in life if you dread going to the table to oat and cant rest at night on account of indigestion Henry Williams of1 Booneville Ind says he suffered that way for years till he com menced the UBO of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and adds Now I can anything I lko and a 1 want sleep soundly every undI Dyspepsia Cure will digest MCIReoBears Blgnaturo of 4p aflI Mv f1l1 r1r i V1V f 1tI 9 Jr M SAH ELLa C W SAI I E- LLSAFFELLS t Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Gassware Fine Wines and Whiskies J it l We askour city and country friends to callat 212 Ann Street and inspect our godsr jr i bJ M1 SAFFELL SONraw 9nFh aAoLMA 7J L a Q 1i Ellendale Commenral Col legeNar ng School for Boys and Young Men pl who wish to study Qt Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short f a Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic J vi Tho college ia located in one of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods In DI1vieS8 county remote from aU temptations and distractions of city or town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a li good position Catalogues free Ro t1ofJ opens September 10drJ E Gardiner A M PrestvJul- y 216mCURDSVI LLE KY r T r oooo oooo A Powerful 1L WedgeWe driven towards I t making us the most pop ular House Furnisher in town Our motto is tYoif rMoneys Grid with such an ment as our 4 tBed8 do you induceI We Have 50 Rolls of Matting That Must Be Sold at Cost as We are Compelled to Make Room For Our New Line 10 Rolls Cotton Chain at 15c were 22c 10 Rolls Cotton Chain at 17c were 25- clID Rolls Cotton Chain at 20c were 30c Rolls Cotton Chain at 22c were 35c Rolls Cotton Chain at 25c wereI 40c ranging from lOc to 15c yard at 10c 4Rugs1 Oil Cloths Carpets + Geore ft Steb- linsss 4 11 PERSONALS Mfs A F Besnass is vlsjllihg ref atives at villo visiIngHim W R Ramsey of London was in the city Saturday LexingtonwusMiss Nellie Orbison of Woodford county spout Saturday here Lexingtonvisited Mrs Burbridge of Wooc1lnk was hero on Saturday returnedThursday LexingtonMr Pat McDonald rondo a busi ness trip to Louisville on Saturday Rev M B Adams returned from Georgetown on Monday morning WestSideliveMiss Effle T Lewis bf Nashville thelihoroBovM B Athens went to George thereSundn WestSide IdeIB WalouttITenn was the guest of Mr E W Hines Friday visitingherEliznbothtownICapt John W Davis and reslileinTlMr Thos Clark of Louisville was the guest of his niece Mrs F is Haff this week vIsitinghIs1and wife In this city Mrs Putnam of Ashland was called hero by the illness of her mother Mrs L Hardie Miss Katherine Klnrer of Cincin MargaretBerberloh Mr J H Dryden wife and son returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Cincinnati Mr Geo A Lew s of this office made a business trip to eastern Kentucky this week Misses Mabel and LillIe Davis left yesterday morning for Louis ville their future homeIMr John Hale gonebackMrs A D Martin and children and Miss Visscher have gone to Chicago Ill to spend the winter Miss Alice G Crutcher of Duokers is the guest of her aunt Mrs Geo A Lewis Second street Mrs George Darsie left Tuesday morning Cleveland Ohio to visit her sister who reside in that daughIItertown visited friends here this veekIof his sister Miss Annie Herndon Dr O R Buckmaster of RIohf mond was the guest of his brother Dr R P Buckmaster Saturday and Sunday J B Lewis of this office 5rspcnnt Sunday in Lexington the truest of his brotherinlaw Mr MJ Tc Lyle Mrs S L was called to Bufsellvillo on Tuesday by the l faeth of her sister Mrs Ella John sipn if Mrs J B Lewis Mr Hubert F li Vreeand and Master Alex T Lewis visited relatives in Versailles nonSunday Mrs Cornelia Bush who has been visiting her son Mr Sum Bush in Louisville has returned HomeMr Thos E Kenney has moved to his new home recently pur on Kentucky Avenue WestSide Mrs Ault and children of Chatta nooga Tonn were guests of her brother Rev Father Tom Major this week Mr W TLindsey wife and child of Tryon NC who have been the guests of relatives here have re home Ara Walkor of Washington who has been the guest of h- efirsI r Maj J Aa Grant has re home Kate Nurse who has been of her sister Mrs J P has gone to Chicago Ills the winter J Q A Stewart has gone to Penn to spend the with her daughter Mrs Dr Rodman George R Major of New attended the silver jubilee of Father Tom Major on y MSB Bello Giltnor and lrlss Mary vlsJtingweeks have returned homo Dr H1 Lfonarfl the dentist is down with typhoid fever and vas taken to the private hospital of Dr C IC Wallace on Wednesday bospltnlInated on for appendicitis Her mother Is with her Miss Lewis is the daughter of Dr John A Lewis of GeorgetownDr Lewis returned Saturday night from Manilla whore he tunlngreslgncdhiswife met hinuin Chicago and ac homeGeorgetownTimes Mr and Mrs Richard W Knotts debut hall for their charming daugh ter Miss Annie Knott at their home at Brook and Gray streets took place Monday evening The house was prettily decorated with southern smilax arranged over the alongthecovered with cut flowers Miss gownIr News BLACK PATTI TROUBADOURS IThis world famous organization w the attraction at the Capital Theatre Friday Nov 23 This will r be joyous news to the lovers of ragtime sweet southern melody buck dancescoon fun cake walk and operatic ensemble singing These preIIment During the past four years they have fairly carried the by storm through their countryI melodies merry jests charactoris tio dances gyrating cake walks and superb operatic ensemble singing Every section of the Union and all the Canadas are toured annually by this remarkable aggregation of AfroAmerican singers dancers and comedians and no traveling com pany of players attract the crowds or give so munch universal delight and satisfaction as do these talented and versatile Troubadours Every year they bring out new faces andfeatures and it is said that their offering for this season far excels all previous ones The personnel of the company which numbers two score or more includes the most talented stage artists known to the AfroAmerican race Black Patti Mme Sissier etta Jones whom nature has endowed with a marvelously sweet voice is the stellar attraction and prominent among the other princi pals are John Jones The Rag Time Millionaire coon singer and colored comedian Al and Coati WattsThe WeWandering Coons Mattie Phillips The Real Thing Champion Colored Lady Cake Walker of the World Ida Forcan liThe Essence of Olen Vir andIGarlandGoff the only colored lady trombone soloistin the world M Garland tenor soloist andI instrumentalist Leslie Triplett the celebrated coon sop Walter Richardson who sings soft and sweetly W W Allen The Black Meister Singer Anthony Byrdj The Black Eduardde Beszke fP Rend the phenomenal basso Llghtfoot the most accom colored baritone singer in world Sarah Green The In Nightingale Laura Bailey The Charleston Gal CarrloWash ington The Lass of tine Levee James White the eccentric brudder bones John Jones Japanese Tommy and many others in cluding the Troubadours sextette The Troubadours Chorus and the cake walk and buck dancing con tingent J A Bayncs continues as musical and stage director The stage scheme is entirely now this season and as attractive and fascinating as any of the Trouba dours previous offerings A Dark town Frolic on the Rialto is the title of the new opening skit This is said to be the very incarnation of coon fun melody and dance and serves to introduce the entire pany with the exception of Blac Patti Here is where hilarity rag time buck dance and cake wall reign supreme and when thes happy sons and daughters of Ha are seen in their merriest mood A very strong olio follows includ ing sterling specialties and Black Patti in anew selection of classic ballads and sweet melodies of the sunny south The now kaleidoscope arranged for the fins lt LOOK out for ODIn Wcatnef Has it come upon you unpre pared RFMEJIIBER That we carry a large line of Woolen and Cotton Blankets Comforts Etc A splendid value in Cotton Blanket at 75c pair A good heavy Cotton Blanket 100 per pair IExtra heavy Cotton Blankets 175 per pair BlanIketsCall and see our goods C Kagin Urn 41 ST CLAIR half hour of the stage performance is prepared with dignified musical taste and is of the same high standard as formerly excepting that the selections are almost entirely new In thfs portion of the program the talented Troubadours demon strata their exceptional gifts of voice and rare musical training Their exquisite rendition of solos duets quartettes and ensemble mas terpieces of the great operatic com posers is unequalled and incompar able and won for them the fame and exalted position they now maintain in the stage world While the rag time melodies the buck dance the cakewalk and the coon fun which precedes the operatic keieidoscopo is inimitable and im mensely enjoyable it is universally acknowledged that the inspiring melodic masterpieces and manner in which they are rendered is what gives authority and supremacy to the Black Patti Troubadours and their stage performance Another feature is the taste shown costumes mid stage appointments- thIs yearE- CZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin Itch and burn Dis tressing 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 Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Panting Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlca Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to henl itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to beeoinV clear and the breath sweet B B B is Just the remedy Thorkofthe ROUNDABOUT are advised to give B B B a trial For sale by at 1 per large bottle six Completenferers may test It a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD CO414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given For halo by W McKee Hardie 0481y 2 G o ii T r STAGG BACON H Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc Stag A N D Bacon Street Dress Boot 4w One of the handsomest and most desirable of the Queen special styles for women for this season is the PATENT KID DRESS BOOT herewith shown The vamp and foxing are of the new Patent Kid the most beautiful leather possible The sole of the boot is of good walking weight made with the fashionable wideextension edge worn by Dressy Young Women PRICE 300I f ONE OF THE MANY STYLES I Ideal iIHandHeel Welt Sole Edge I have for sale one N F 83t The as the old Dr and the lot upon it on St next door to M A store is for sale The lot is also for sale Mrs For ap ply at this 8lm IT TO G H OM L E W B B I been a deal I was to try and one me I it to any one my the who are W P D 0 A T Still foun der of Mo 41 St up ove dry 9 n in to 6 p m 7 to 9 No tree j j I S r r SWELLIFor SEE icL THAT THIS rt r EVERY SHOE N FJ K McClure SonI GENTSIII WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS dozen young white Plymouth Rook Roosters Apply to- MBS RICHARDSON BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE building Bodman office which stands Clair street Selberts offered adjoining Nannie Duvalls terms office RECOMMENDS TRAINMEN Hausan Lima Engineer writes have troubled great with backache induced Foleys Kidney Cure bottle entirely relieved gladly recommend especially friends trainmen usually afflicted South Longmoor McKee Hardie OSTEOPATHY Richard Bnckmister Graduated under Osteopathy Klrksvllle Office Clair street opposlt- Custom House stairs Kaeln Broa goods store Office hours Evening hours Telephone 145IConsultation 14tf VERY Street Wear rteel BRANDED SOLE known WANTED Two reliable t veUnisalesmen in each State permanen rperlenceBelow is the advertised lettersi tI for week ending Nov 17 1OQoaAdams Mack Boston Brink D J 1iBrook Claude t Brooks Lnfayettcj1 oCrnlgFields JennieBjrGilbertMrs R E v ti Hall JamesMt Hansen Seberin t Harvey Joshua tHays Miss Georgia B z Hendrloks RrHughes Miss LilliefAflLarue Henry Macoy J Mason Miss Sallie Maxwall Miss Mayme Moyer Ernest r Morgan Cora ONan C Sacra Nettie Shuster Lewis- TalbottAllio Mason Talbott Alice M Taylor Miss Kate Miss Maggie Vernon Mrs J no i Weller Mrs W JIJones Barcan Knight Miss T B Laidley Mrs S Wilson Low When calling for these letters rsireGLlz S J if AJA 0 iii lim eougtt 1 Jlj rtIt I c ry nr as kaP P C r1 S D rOaNSONt coOffer You for Your Winter Outfit pl j Stylish Tailor tZr J Suits For IO 1andcf20 Rainy Day Skirts for 27 toio Ladies Misses and Childrens r Jackets and Cloaks for 5 6 750 lp and u- pPlannel 4 Waistst 4v Latest style new sleeves and cuffs 4t 450 5 6 and up tt DEATHS NEWTONAt Switzer on Frir day Mr Stephen B New ton aged 27 years h Mr Newton was one of the finest Christian young men of that neigh tt borhood Ho was a member of the i North fork Baptist Church and oneof its purest and boat workers He saw the sun of life go down for him at meridian height but without a fear or a doubt he passed r out of the darkness and death of this life into the glorious sunshine of the better land The whole com munity mourns The funeral ser jvices were conducted at North Fork Church on Sunday afternoon at 2 r oclock by Rev E F Wright pus r tor of Providence Church after which the remains were laid to rest ain the church yard Although a raw and bleek afternoon the church was crowded with friends to pay the last tribute of respect to this godly young man SINCLAIR At the home of her brother Mr Henry Craik on Mon day morning Mrs Jessie Craik Slit clair life of Mr Dunne Sinclair aged 26 years after a long illness P She as a modest retiring Chris r tian woman a member of the First r Presbyterian Church and was pro t pared for the great change when it came Not quite a year ago she was married to Mr Sinclair who to gether with one sister and three brothers are loft to mourn her un timely death The funeral took place on Wednes day afternoon from the Cemetery Chapel services conducted by Rev M B Adams after which the re x mains were placed in the family lot t in our cemetery to i Jht a1f DONfT The surest way to keep the womanly health Is to use Dr Pierces Favorite t It regu ation and female weakness It sooth- es1and strengthens the nerves drives despondencyand gives a healthy appetite It makes childbirth easy and nursing mothers will find in it a strength giv ing tonic Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol cocaine nor other narcotic r I never courted newspaper notoriety writes Mrs R A Bender of Keene Cosh on Ohio yet I am not afraid to speak a good word for your Favorite Prescription Pleasant Pellets Over a I terribly for four weeks with prola lu weak PreIt woman I have taken no medldne since and have had no of former trouble have used thePavorlte Prescription at diffe- rS ent times for more than four years find it has no equal- Freet Dr Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers sent free on receipt of a i onecent stamps to nee of mailing only In cloth binding 31 r stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Bufii o Nt w It r Dress Goods All the new weaves and colors Prunellas Ziberline Camels Hair Piroia Henrietta Pebble Cheviot Melrose Golf Suitings Cloth Plaids Tricots and numerous others French Flannels Plain colors soc 6qc and 750 upEmbroideredof styles and prices ii MLI1Irl7 FORGETIT weakenf YITHE LECTURE NIGHT Frankfort Is again debtor to the Womans Club and in a special way to its art department as all who heard Miss Morker talk at the Cap ital Hotel last Monday eveningcnnI testify Miss Morker tofand a thorough knowledge of her subject she held the interest of her hearers throughout her talks Ru bens Vandyke Tuniers and Hals were made to RembrandtI for while Miss Merker tie to say of the lives of these old Flemish and Dutchmasters yet skillfully did she bring out in a soI words the personality of each as vealed both in his choice of sub jects and in his treatment of them that as the works 9f each painter were thrown upon the screen those who heard and saw felt that they wore coming to know these great discoverers In the world of art and not merely to know something about them and their work Even the children present were delight thoIvordsplea for the artistic in all public improvements and especially for clean streets as the first step in fruitisot the example in these rospescts for the other towns anti cities in- the State It is to bo hoped that Miss Merker will come again and that the Womans Club will feel on eounjgod to give our people other opportunities such as that enjoyed in hearing her talk oBoon tho hind1r ooK to M rtjignl1tufo izo-r v Ir t GOV ROBT L 1AYLOHSI LECTURE There was a fine crowd of ourI best people out to hear ExGov L Taylors lecture on Thursday night It was a splendid piece of oratory in which humor and pathos W9ro so thoroughly entertwined that one hardly know where one onded and the other opened up Gov Taylor was suffering from a severe cold yet so thoroughly had mastered hisa subject that 1101011 his audience spellbound for some thing over an hour mind every one present was delighted We congratulate tho management lof tho series upon tho success loeliItlund from our nkowlodgo of the gentleman we cnn safely say that tioro Is another treat in store for our citizens Ho is a natural orator as Is his gifted brother tho ox Governor and all who hoar kiln will agree with us PEARL BRYAN SKULL FOUND f The skull of Pearl Bryan tho young lady so foully murtlorod and for which Jackson and Walling wore hung was found In a thiokot near whore tho girls body was found oh Wednesday Silks All theuew shades and kindsTaf fetas Satin Satin Regence Chamil lons Poplins Black Brocade Moiri Peau de Soie etc 0 Underwear Ladies Misses and Childrens Union Suits Vests and Pants white andcolored price 25c and up = CLERK AND CARRIER EXAM iIINATION ServicIDecember 15 1900 an examination will be held in this city for the position of clerk and carrier in the exnminatIonIa su number of eliglbles to meet the needs of the service consequently it is necessary examinationI exam fined for the position of clerk or car rier within the past year and failed uporiI theIyoung persons are not of hard work and the Commission hopes that a sufficient number tf intelligentactivo persons will pres ent themselves for this examination It may be stated that there is a wider field for advancement upon merit in the Federal service than in many private employments not only by promotion same olllce but by transfer to other parts of the service The nature of the examination is a test of practical general intelligenceaml ol adapta ugelimitationsare as follows yearsCarrier andIplicants for carrier must be at least 6 feet 4 inches in height not less than 125 pounds Femme applicants are not required to have this certificate executed This examination is upon to all citizens of the United States who may desire to enter time sorviceam who comply with the requirements All such persons are Invited to apply but attention is invited to the fact that from those certified the npIwith entire impartiality and wholly without regard to any conslderatior save their ability as shown by the grade attained in the examination For application blank Form 101 full instructions specimen examines anon questions und Informatloi relative to the duties and salaries lof time different positions annlica tion should be made to the under signedApplications must bo on file with secretary of tho local bcard before ontJ M WILLIAMS Secretary Postal Board Putnam Fadeless Dye Hack will net rub off fade or wash out This lyecolors either Silk Wool or Cotton a beautiful full black lOc per package Sold by South iLon mQo1 R11iWo bog to announce tho second concerti by tho Capital Theatre Or chestra Tuesday evening Nov 27 in tho Opera House under tho direction of Mr F P Atherton Miss Klarer tho gifted artist from Cincinnati who dolighted everyone with her marvelous vocal work at tho jubilee and reception tendered Roy Thos S Major this week will be the soloist on this occasion Thy orchestral part of the program lies boon elaborately arranged frond tho orchestra will be augmented for the occasion This should be a rod letter night of the concert season and the fame of the soloist above mentioned should pack the house Seats will bo on sale at Barretts on Monday Nov 19 KY t- OUR Amounts Paid Holders September 18JH 681 80 October 1898 1669 44 November 1898 6024 11 December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 8955 86 February 18U9 11768 74 March U9U 14788 19 April 1B9U 17510 79 May I8J9 20642 83 Juno 1899 24282 79 July 26614 JAajinst 1899 30831 16 September 1899 88642 96 This company is incorporated un der the laws of Kentucky to receive money for investment to loan on or buy mortgages stocks bonds lien notes and real estate The company purchases homes for cash and sells at a uniform ad yahoo over purchase price to its investors by small monthly payments on the principal and six per cent interest on the deferred payments payable monthly Seventylive per cent qf all profits earned by the company are paid the investors monthly and twentyfive per cent of the profits togethor with all interest earnings is placed to the credit of the reserve fund to be invested until sullloiont to pay all certificates issued by the companyThe paid the company by the investors is used part as a co H Both makers and circulators of counterfeit commit fraud Honest men will not deceive you into buying worthless counterfeits of Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo The orig- Inal is Infallible for sores eczema and all skin diseases South Longmoor W McKee Hurdle FRANKFORT AND FRANKLIN COUNTYS POPULATION The census bureau has given out the population of our city as 9487 making an increase of about 1955 Considering time situation of affairs that Is a good showing The county of Franklin has 20852 which is a loss of some 2415 Ono strange thing about the matter is that the county of Franklin cast 4ROO votes at tho recent aloe- tion when according to all calcu Int ions there should only bo 4175 AND HEAD CUT Mr Ueo W Bush Urn Singer Sowing Machine Agont of this city slipped and fell whon alight ing from the ears at Georgetown Wednesday had cub considerable gash In his head Ho rodurnod homo after having his wound 40 sS T 9R X hoar 8igcatnro Childrens ribbed Black Hose iCj or 2 for 25c The best in the market for the pricerLadies Hosiery in black and a variety of fancy styles A Kid Gloves Qi I The new winter colors and Fisk Clark Flaggs DentsT V Land other celebrated makes Calland see them LEXINGTON INVESTMENT C0l I LEXINGTON FUND 34336QS l2ij GROWTHaCertificate to ii to S votesFALL n drossftd of Hosiery RESERVE lii Alai Boug- Wd October 1899 8669t22t i November 1899 40869 55V December 1899 45351 45 January 1900 50846 64 February 1900 55722 74 March 1999 60182 84 April 68142 96 May 1900 77109 23 June 1900 8420756 Jul31900 90946 71 5GSeptemberOctober 190Q 109116i02 operative bank deposit to be withdrawn j by the investors according to the terms of their certificates y and part to be invested by the company at six per cent compound interest until the a9cumulationpfi the sum Invested added to tho Buni withdrawn from the banking fuhd N equals the deposit and profit ot sixty per cent ONE MAN WITH FIVE Dol C J REALESTATE v DRED MEN WITH FIVE DOLLARS EACH CAN COMBINE AND LOAN FIVE HtNDR Dt DOLLARS OR BUY A PIECE OF PROPERTY jjLOAN YOUR MONEY OUT rAflT jfINTEREST AND IT GROWS r WHILE YOU SLEEP L Nov 172t t JItion tho 48th Highlanders Baud itOPOlO24th of November This is an torganization which stands pt bho bend of tbo musical profession JttVjS Canada nod we bespeak for it ni ktllroudirection of Cameron Brown who is the manager of the oneiIIO4XSun of Belleville bistiJ111n810nl class and a pet military orgnuizm- tion f of the Canadians Go andi f hoar them and vil b yrtheto bo present i ELECTION RETURNS vSj We have boon unable to obtain ii jcopy of the ofUoial returns of ihjr election hold in this county Tuesday Nov 6rp1o result titi sjjl not boon entered of record ybt xp SNOWSTORM Thero was a violent snow st0rm In tho eastern statos on Tlmiisdajj Over ton inches of show foil afer Buffalo N Y fund other pointsin U lili mt StateajI tf t t IAJ PJ d f J j 41 itr 1 11 f fLjJ I lTho Frankfort Roumiafioiii Entered at the poatolfiee at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondcluRs inuilnblo matter r CEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub PRANKFORT NOV 17 1900 LIS1Irt L When the L N train which loaves here at 485 p m reached Bracktown near Lexington on Saturday evening some scoundrel I or scoundrels threw rocks at the coaches In one car Mr John M 6 i Stevenson revenue storekeeper of Ii Georgetown had just lowered the blind when the rook crashed through the heavy glass window knocked a hole in the shutter and Sell on the floor Had it not P haveahead As it was the glass and 1 splinters were thrown all over his face fortunately not inflicting any l damage In the rear coach the tock struck the fifth window from the end of the car smashing the p glass and throwing thousands of Splinters in all directions A large jft Dumber of them were driven into the face of a Mr J B Ginn of t s Nnshville Tenn a commercial kt traveler cutting and bruising him r 3n quite a number of places The gentleras he was literally covered by the broken glass from head to foot suchJj out and hung Steps were at once taken looking to that end i INVITED TO REMAIN On Tuesday last at the Cabinet meeting President McKinley cor invited all the present Minis stern to emnin through the next 1term In graceful language he stated that the people had endorsed r jii the administration at the polls as a whole and not him as President t speech of the President came as a complete surprise and the members of the Cabinet in equally cordial manner expressed their l gratification at the Presidents Invitation IItis hardly thought however tt Help SS Maturet I Babies and children need J T proper food rarely ever medi II t cine if they do not thrive i Ion their food something is wrong They need a littler I i help to get their digestive i = machinery working properly sogjjs0i9II i LIVER OIL mHHYPOPHOSPMTESOFLIHESSODA = will generally correct this 1 1 1 difficulty I onelJin babys bottle three or fourI 1 times a day you will soon a marked improvement For I ij = age dissolved in their if you so desire will very J ii ifi soon show its great nourish L ing power If the mothers J milk does not nourish the emulrJr 1 at once both upon mother i land child I Isoc and 100 an druggists SCOTT WNE Chemists New York ilHIIHtttttt t that several of tho members will re greatjleisure and also on account of tho groat labor imposed by tho positions Tbday take Foloys Hono Tiir It positively prevents pnealI moiia or other serious results It may bo too Into tomorrow South Longnioor W McKee Hardie SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO NO EXTENSION OF TIME ON CLERGY PERMITS ISSUED FOR THE YEAR lOCp Annual clergy permits for the year 1900 will not bo good for use after December 81 1900 and all clergymen nnd others entitled to permits who do not obtain them for the year 1001 will bo required to pay full fnre after that date Ticket agents will so notify tho clergy in their vicinity as far ns possible verbally and by the insertion of occasional notices in newspepers with which we have contracts on transportation basis during the next two months Ticket ngents should provide themselves with an ample supply of blank npplicntions for Clergymans Reduced Fare Permits form 271I by requisition in the usual way and forward applications for 1901 to General Passenger Agent or Assistant General Passenger Agent in chargejof their terirtory as rapid ly ns possible after each application has been carefully Investigatedand found proper in every way under the rules W A SMITH General Passenger AgentD CULP Trafic Manager The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Jarly Risers Easy to take Never South Longmoor W McKee Hardio SILVER JUBILEE The celebration of the silver Jub ilee qs a priest of tho Catholfc Church of our honored friend Fathqr Thos S Major was largely attended both at the solemn high mass at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday morning and followed as it was by a recep tion at the rectory People of all churches attended thus testifying to the high esteem In which Father Major is held by the good people of this city Quite a number of the clergy from other cities and towns attended and were greatly gratified at tho success of the reception At the conclusion of tine reception a large number of tho guests re paired to Y M 1 Hall where music and dancing were enjoyed until a late hour We tender our congratulations upon the happy event and our hearty wish that he may long be spared to point dying sinners to the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the worldIThis Is croupItCough Cure which children like to take South Longmoor W McKeo Hardie BENEFIT CONCERT Quite a number of the friends of Miss Etta Mitchell daughter of Capt D D Mitchell who was killed in tho Philippines in this citynro arranging a benefit concert for Miss Mitchell to enable her to complete her musical education Capt Mitchell married Miss Ettie Scott daughter of tho lute Col Robt W Scott of this county and dying as ho Hid in the service of his country left his wife nnd laughter in straightened circumstances Capt Mitchell wont to school to Col B BxSayre in this city and afterwards to the Kentucky Military Institute If It was mote that Gen Lawtons family should have a handsome sum raised for thom and it was the right thing to do every reason ox ists why our citizens should turn out sad iiiakt thin entertainment a grand success Prof Wayland Graham will ar range for tho concert which will be held at the Academy of Music on Tuesday Nov 27 Don t forgot it BIRTHS plJmthisto Mr A D Calyert and wife a son Alvln Duvpll I OYERCOffTS Tliit0 Tnink of Tnaml Time to Wear Terri Mens and Young Mens Black and Blue strictly all wool Kersey Overcoats at 750Positi- vely the best coat to be gotten for the money Mens fine grade Kersey Overcoats some of them silk lined ut 10 12 15 Mens Oxford Gray Over coats in the very latest styles madevb- the best tnan ufacturers stylish in fit cle gant in appearance and perfect fitting Oxford Grays are the most popular goods on the market 10 to 15 A large assortment of boys andchildrens overcoats in the latest and nobbiest styles HUDSONsCorner St Glair over Ctlrk the = Vcw D 4iY9WHISKEY r BOTTLED IN BOND TUB IS TUB HtrnkEPIESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLITAYUJtlIS FORILLUSTRATED EeH TAYLOR JR A SONS DISTILLERS INCORPOnATED FRANKFORT KY LEXINGTON BREWING COi BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Are TO ANY BEERMADE EQUAL IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT TILE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D OKOBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 2ly et 1 JEMFLOUR I i+ + The Finest Made AnywherE + e Patronize Home Institutions THE J E M MILLING i COi Treasv n 1 Thos K Robb Piano and Fur initure Mover Pacldngand Crating Carefully Done IfJn Moo iIfl L m 11100 Graduate in Veterinary Medicine HUIAlIAll dseas a of domestic nnlmals treated on scientific principle Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFFIOEr THOMPSON BROS STREETILIVERY STABLE IfAIN FRANKFORT KY Spare Women In former years when thin women wished to gain flesh and roundness o form they would take warn bath and follow this by rubbing into tho skin cod liver oil Now iu3JngSnttr4ternally It increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children o as ly + IBears ih3 uHAI tm JJ- CIIuIUII Ilry the Capital Steam LauD u clean shirt or collar 17 10tf 1r tir r Jt it1 SEE A- rd Iu k How ai fk KodolDysepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It stantly relieves and permanently cures J Dyspepsia Indigestion x Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfectdigestion Price and1 Large size contains 234tImes small size Book all about dyspepsia mil Uedf ree i Prepared by E C OeWITT A CO Cljlcaflo SOUTH IONGMCOR W McKEK HAfT InoElmitanonsI JPavableIn6oId IPaid4ln Insurance Ualues ANTEEOrF IllIl GastralglaCrampsand r 1t Important featuresrOF- Union mutual Policies OF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY Affrom date of issuef trace hi- Premium j Payments gash Uatoes Loan Unities i Extension of Insurance Ib terms of the nonforfeiture taw laEvery one of these privileges is andStold No technical qualifications exist as to ores mlsundcr I standing but everything is explicitly set forth in oneoufoocat age APTBU Threw ieairt UaiUN jlcilAJjdo not becomu void by ITniluru W Pay Prmniwns the a9MAINE NON FOItFEITIIRE LAW without Action of Policy lioUler continu J ing tholiwurnnco for ftfipcciflwl length of tllIIfltO BUODIF- Mnnaicor for K ntnoky N W Cor 4th nnd Jefferson KyJOHN Aptdnt l nniuorfc Ky t1 Docs it Pay to Buy Cheap Jt andfi f thing will rflieve and cute h tl ofjthrout you u waiinfr and moro recruarclimHt Yes if possible il not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized coun tries with success In severe throat and GermnnItulates the tissues to destroy the irerm disease hut allays Iniliimmtitlon causes easy expectoration gives a good nipht un cures tho comImendedHolmes lY nfr n rn 5 n n City Council Tuesday Nov 13 1000 Tho Mayor and all the mom leers of the council except Coon 14 oilmen Buckley Gri11nod r Morse answerpd roll call The minutes of the last meet ing wore rend timid approved r The Water nod Gas Compan t fie made a proposition to the until to pay their franchioe- tnxv due the rjt if the city would make its settlement with tittwo above companies The pro position wns rejected The Attorney w us directed tl to collect from Water Company as from other tax prayers of the officers i 1r lwereroreive and ordered filed Engineer made a jf report of all work done to date t on the streets and sidewalks a The report was ordered filed I The report of Henry Crumy7 rtta l augh keeper of Green Hill t Cemetery was received and or filedYThe motion of Mr Stuart to II tbuy Eureka hose for the fire de r partment was lost h t F On motion the Gas committee lighplyt bridge moved so as to throw light on Benson bridge j On motion the catalogue pric LJ etc of hose wagons was re StuartIt meetingR reported that they had got the riyht ilI of wuy for sewer from East Main street through the pro 2 f perty of Miss Mabel Ellis hadiOn motion of Mr Darnell the claim against J N Wil f hams was settled on the payment of 22197 On motion Mr John Cox was ordered to move his fence back ona line with others on his street Referred to Street Com mittee with power to net Dixy Preston Mrs Penn and Martha Williams were placed a THROAT REST l You can cough yourself into bronchitispneumonia s sumption Bandaging and bundling your throat will do no goodYou must give your throat and lungs rest and allow the cough wounds to heal There is noth ing so bad for a cough as cough ing Stop it by using AVersa IpveloralEven the cough of early consumption is cured later on when the disease is firmly fixed can bring rest and ccomfort in every case J A 25 cent bottle will andIj better for settled coughs of bronchitis and weak lungs the one dollar size is more economical for chrdnlc cases and con sumption Its the size you should keep on hand- crouporacutolungtroublea r keep banlliO WIMIB MD Deo Holland Mich on the pauper pay roll for 2 per month On motion the Mayor and At torney wore directed to settle with Fiscal Court for unsettled smallpox claims The Mayor City Attorney and Clerk were directed to draw up a law for the government of Green Hill Cemetery- On motion Workhouse Keep or was directed to dispose of hose unfit for service After alloying the accounts the Council adjourned A VILLAGE BLACKSMITH SAVED HIS LITTLE SONS LIFE Mr H H Black the wellknown village blaolvBinithafc Grahamsvillo Sulllynn county N Y snysIIOur little son five years old has al ways been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many tines that he would die We have had the doctor nnd used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is now our solo reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus nnd by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before It gets settled There Is no dnnger in giving t1llsI remedy for it contains no other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to GayleeThe Portrait of Daniel Boone Miss Lettie Chesney most fa mous of our young artists has just completed the portrait of Dan iel Boone By artists and critics who have seen this work it is de hasdbeen a Paldings portrait of Daniel Boone taken in his hunters cos tume of deer skin Miss Chas ueys delineation of the scene be neath a beautiful June morning sky is a tribute to nature rarely ever achieved by any artist The world renowned pioneer is seated on the eminence a bold oliff overlooking the beautiful level of Kentucky and his eyes expref s the deep pleasure and surprise at the wide expanse of beauty around and before him in this solitude of nature There is majesty and power depicted in his brave firm face and one can understand in looking on Miss Chesneys por trayal of him how he come to be as he expresses himbalf in noble modesty an instrument ordain ed to settle the wilderI1essI HIS LIFE WAS SAVED MrJ E Lilly a prominent citi zen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with typhoid lover that ran into pneumonia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected soon to consumption when I heard of Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle gave groat relief I continued to use nnd now I nm well nnd strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is tho surest and quickest cure in tho world for nil thront lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents nnd 100 Trial bottles free nt J W Gnyles Drug- Store Every bottle gunrnnteod BROKE THE RECORD The U S Warship Kentucky in her recent trip ncross the Atlantic bent the record for rapid transit Even the famous battleship Oregon whoso phonominnl run nround the world wns tho wonder of ocean navigation was livid completely in the shade Tho Kentucky was fully armed and provisioned for war FINE MEETING CLOSED Roy 13 F Wright pns or of Prov idence Bnptlst Church this county tins recently closed n splendid meeting In Versailles at which he assisted Rev Goo S Scearoe the pastor There were some 8J additions to the church 27 of which wore by experience and baptism Mr Wright was delighted with tho wny in which the meeting was conducted and the people worn more than delighted with Mr Wrights solemn and tender ser mons FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of the Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church hnve securer three of tho finest lecturers now on the platform who will lecture in this city nt the fol lowing times nnd on the themes given below Hon Alf Taylor oxCongress than brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 3d subject II Poetry and Pearls These lectures will be given in the Ball Room of the Capital Hotel Tickets for reserved sents for the whole course 150 or fifty cents for a single lecture They may be hnd nt Barretts News Depot A rnro series of lectures will be given affording delightful enter tainment and at the same time helping a good cause td Gas Stoves For Sale Two stoves suttnbln for bath rooms or other smell apartments for saldchenp Apply at this office Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn and pardon million fruit forest and orna vines small fruits and everything needed about tho homo coun or in town No agents employed and rock bottom to Catalogue on application to Oct H HILT4ENMBTKR LEXINGTON KY CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION 8th To Whom It May ConcernIHaving lost certificate No representing twentyseven shares of stock No 69H ro4resenting three shares of stock In the Kentucky on oa before two months from this date I nnU ask said bank to Issuo mo now certificates for said stock lost and I call on all persons to show causo why such certificates shall not bo issued 22m A J ALEXANDER Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scares appenIFlower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens toIsale by S B Holmes 4ly TO MY ICE PATRONS Having sold my horses and wagons I have discontinued the ice business I return thanks to my customers for the patronage ex tended me 84t N 1 MDANIEL Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat BIRTHS- SAMUELSTo Henry Samuels and wife colored atop pound boy William Edwards Baxter Samuels namesake of Dr W E Baxter NEEDLEWORK GUILD RE CEPTION The Needlework Guild will hold a reception in the parlors of the Baptist Church Monday Nov 19th from 4 to 7 oclock p in The gar ments collected will be on exhibi tion and tho public are cordially invited to attend Light refreshments 4will be served and no charges made Just a pleasant social event Contributors to this worthy charity are earnestly requested to send garments to directors by tho 10th of November DtBUIIsCOUaH 1 cores Hacking Coughs BronchltlsrGrIppe afIectlqfsVby tlon death Take warning Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prfjcrlptlon used over 50 x nrs Price only 25 cents Insist on laving it Dont be im posed nron Refuse the dealers substitute it is not ns good as Dr uulls Salvation Oil cures RheumatIsM Achco nnd Pains a fit 25 ctq +SOUTHERN RfllLWY IN KENTUCKY Condensed Sohidilt act tO 1900 N01 No 6NLi Louisville 746am 400pm 749pm O05pmAtloOlpmArNo I No Z TvvLxinonram tijm615a m Ar Versailles 765am 5O2pm 53 Ar Larencebg 82Oam 530pm 553am Ar Shelbyville 910am IllIpm 630am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 750am ASTBOUHD No 13No BTATI l2INa Ii 400pm iv Lo ii625pm 1000am Lv sINO 810am 715pm 1043am Ar 780am 7aopm 1055am Ar Durgin 710a KASTBOtmp WJMTDOOKD No i5 tNo 7 STATIONS No II i400pm 745am Lv Ixmisrll Ar lo4Oam 740pm 632pm 910am Lv Shclbril Ar 910am 615pm 847pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 760am 602pm 7IOpm lllOnm Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm 1160am Ar Ocorgtn Lv 700am 310pm EASTBOUND WESTBOUND tNo lltNo isSTATIONB tNo I tNo i745am 400pm Lv Loulsvll Ar ia40am 740pm 1022am 650pm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 502pm 1102am 733pm ArNIch vlltAr 658am 40fipm 1168pm 630pm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 606am 810pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 155pm STATIONS No l No i gpmArAr Knoxville 700pm 745am 1IOpIllArAr Jacksonville 925am Lv Chattanooga 605pm 625am Ar Atlanta 1025pm ll50am 225pArLv Chattanooga 610pm 645am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am Ar Meridian 23iam 930pm Ar New Orleans a 30am No through sleeping car Louisville to Dlr ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga No free observation ebalrcar LouUvlll to Lexington No free observation chair car Lexington Louisville No Meeplngcar Birmingham to LouIsville via Lxlngioh All traIns between Louisville Lexington Dursrin dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and ladally Nos67andeadallyexcoptSunday Between Versailles Nioholasvllle Rick Bond and Irvine daily except Sunday tDftlly except Sunday Other trains dally rOANNON3d VPfcOM JL CDIVT Washington D C Washington D WATniiKOPA WKHTATLOHAQ Washluuton D C Louisville Kj C h 0 TIME TARLK SOUTH No21 MI Lexington 815 520 Frankfort 911 619 Shelbyville 700 Ar Louisville 11100 8OC NORTH No Louisville ir Bheloyvllle Frankfort Lexington 110 L N trains to way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville stations 937 a m L N trains to way stations 304 p m O O trains to a mO O trains to p mL N trains to way stations 950 a m L N trains to way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort AMjNo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 h 0 0 trains east 740 p A V HITE t TIM K J li L 200 282 304 650 340 BiU isSOUT1lstilt 853 7104rt5 is 458 746 r 525 810 2cil v Louisville 2001 7201 410 aaoboruge 287 444 lucrnnur 314 825 623 Eminence 852 647 orlstta burgII840r 912 606 Fnwkturt 9 960 643 O711015r Wholesale Petalr opened up the largest stock of groc whichItom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J n 0 INo and SCOTTOW MWklekey Banks eurtd at hOM WIth- out pain Jock of 1 IEIIAtlanta w 0 Peet N llUllYlUl C0 THE FAVOlUTE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor nnd Dining Cars und Modern Winner Palace Drawing Room Sleepers Fur tickets ratios and gen oral information by prospective pas senders to all the vast including CALIFORNIA i Frank J Reed GP A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr VHl1DoelPGl1Address E H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky Burlington Route BEST TRAINS TO fa KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFIC COAST UTAH WASH f IINGTON OMAHA ST tr PAUL NEBRASKA ti BLACK HILLS VIA STf LOUIS OR CHICAGO 1Vestibuled Trains SleepersD- ining Cars Chair Cain Seats Free Trnv Passr Agt St Louis Mo Moa ivl The Henderson Route it BEST LINE BETWEEN iJ Louisville Evansville St Louis tx And all Points West North west and Southwest5T- ho only lino winning three doublo daily vsnsville without change with llgn trains to laneThe directback conches and car running two double Sisfisb seat conches change ndfes viawithoutBloopers this city Informa Nat routeshCping car berths otc sctlon as to rates n adn orcan on A V Hlte agent dressBBLBBYANTTPA L JIRWIN 01 A wHV1UU itI tXINGTON EASTERN RVrLOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE Y 20TH EAST BOUND MILES No2 Daily Ex Sun t Dati PM A M i 0 Lv 25 745 BldntrosoF24011u Avon U vandottu F 2 57 Winohcetor 810 F800flMistletoe F615 L E Junction 8 22 Indian Fields F 8 Olay City 8 56 Stanton 4 00 9 25 41 Rosslyn F 412 F921 50 Filson 4 F 9 86 i IDundee 430F947 Natural Bridge F 0 64 t 58 Glencairn F489 9 58ya Torrent Fm 9Fincastle F 03 23 iO 511 r Beatt villa j Lv 450 00 BOQ Ar 6 40 i LvvSt Helens 5 F10 89 ig FR85F1061 82 Athol 5 43 69 J Oakdnlo F560F11 1 Elkatawi 0 07F11 83 Ar Jackson 015 U i WESTBOUND Nol Ex SunA111 Lv Jackson 0 2 25 1 Elkatayrn 0 83F2 33 Oahdrtlo F 0 49 F 2 82 1 Athol 0 60 8 58 i9It Taltcta F F 8 04 St Helens 1GF816 ro Junction 7 28 8 28 Bmttyvlllo i Lv 8 lB Ar 7 ro 5 40 LvI Fincastlo F783F88B Torrent 8 58 Glericluirn F767F85H Natural Bridge F 8 03 4 M i Dundee 8U F 4 ro FilHbn 819 4 Rosslyn F820F425 5i Stanton 8 83 4 80 Clay city 488 Indian Fields 869F464 t L E Junction 916 5 08 4 tlotoo 922F615 Winchester 29 5 20 14It Wyandotto F948F688 Avon 949F640 t6 Montrose F968F660 o Ar Lexlnirton 160M Royal Flourillg Mills MANUFACTURERS Flou ft eel Shipstuff ornvl Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84i f iJ Showing a Things Suitable for Wedding Presents X t t2I M A l FtELIABLE JEwEIJlEILR t= RELIGIOUS I AS E P S C 0 PAL i t CHURCHRev R L MqCready Hector Morning prayer 9 a m Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a in jEvening prayer and sermon at 80p and adult Bible at9d5 n m i Wednesday evening prayer and Lesson at 780 4 To all these services the public y q are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780p m IPrayermeeting Wednesday night a at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at i 946 a m Special classes for VOl1n men meetlSeats free and all are cordially vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Prof B C Hagermon President Ham f ilton College Lexington will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 r 7 Regina Preacher Topic W hat Intemperance Costs Our Nation Junior Endeavor Society meets at 380 in the chapp1Iat 780 Topic The Church at Ephesus A Scripture Study The public will be cordially wel s cpmed to all these services and es pecinlly strangers in the city i i r CATHOLIC CHURCH T h e Usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor mass at 730 a in High 10 a in Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t CHURCH Rev W W Harrison of the Presbyterian Theological 1 Seminary Louisville will preach th at 11 a m and 780 p m f Sundayschool at 945 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris tiara Endeavor meets in Sunday school room at 045 p m b Prayermeeting Wednesday even The pulbic 78Q cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev 1J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 7 m meots nto80 a m Epworth League in SundayschooL room lit m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 75 The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 4N OHURCH Rev the pastor will pr at lla m and 780 in- Sundayschool at UoO a m will continue throughout the week at 780 p in each evening Ii Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor m6ots at 045 t To all these meetings tho public h is cordlallyinvlted f THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST SIDEPrelu4bing every Sunday evening someone of the atk Prayermeeting Thursday even ing d at 780 to Rev Geo Darsle reports A fl- umeeting in progress at Broadway Lexington r lJ J8 Ilan 2- jjrjjrt 1 i tniI jP l elISI IE1I RN IS II The Kings of the Commercial World are all striving to be the most popular In making a bid for popularity we offer the best to be had in Jewelry Silverware and Cut Glass We ire few SRLxBERT lIl I m- Sundayschool 1mass Sundayschool td FOUND HIS WATCH IWhen his residence was destroy July 4th last Mr Dennis L Halys gold watch which was lying on the mantel In his room was lost It was a valuable one Mr Haly has believed that theI watch could be found and repaired Accordinglyhe hired some workmen and went to work at the place he believed the watch was About noon on Tuesday hewas rewarded by recovering the watch which was unhurt except that the cases were somewhat blackened He will have it cleaned and rubbed up and wear it aqjain The solid gold chain attached to the watch has not been found Mr Haley is to be congatu lated upon his good fortune Mrs T Briddleman Marshall vllle Mich was troubled with rheum for thirteen years and saltI tried a number of doctors relief After three Banner Salve her hands became better and in a short time were en tlroly cured South Longmoor W McKee Hardlo RESOLUTIONS OF V S1JRYI Resolved by the FrankGas tires of the congregation we wish to place on record our high a1 anon of the services of thepreciI Robt Emmet Abraham who Ash Wednesday Feb 28 crated as teacher of the parish sjhool and since his ordination to the Diaconate Trinity Sunday May 2 1819 as Assistant Minister of this Parish oral of his ministry loving and efficient service to 10 poor time sick and the suffering of the church and the community regretlwith the Parish and we wish him God speed in the career of great usefulness which evidently is be fore him Resolved further That the Secre tart of the Vestry is hereby reques ted to spread those resolutions on the minutes and to transmit a copyI to the Rov Mr Abraham the Diocesan News and the local press for pulication A W OVERTON Secretary of the Vestry TlosolyeTd bnt the Vestry of the Church of the Ascension Frankfort Ky hereby tender to E C Wolff Esq the artist of our city ho- unnhnou thanks of the oon th1handsome thClRtD first Bishop of Lexington whiclL the Parish will cherish SooroIIaction in the minutes and mit a copy of the same to totrnnS1 and also tothoII Diocesan and the local press with its publicationA W OVERttON Secretary of the Vestry- J Odgors of Frostburg wItOjiI had a bad attack of kidney complaint und tried Foloys Kidney Cure which gave me relief tad f wits perfectly cured after taking two bottles u South Longmoor W MdKlGO Hardio PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEr MENT KENTUCKY TIONAL EDUCAI Office of the President Newport October 16 1900 Dear friend The Ken tucky Edu IInoxteducaItionaleverywhere to make it a great living moving force A strong program for the next meeting is being prepared time leading school men and women of the State will bo present and the meeting will be an inspiration to all Announcement of special rail road and hotel rates will be made litter Please announce the meeting at educational gatherings and elsewhere and arrange to be with us Let us work together for the good of the youth of Kentucky IVery truly M N DOWNES Pres LIVINGSTON Secy Somerset Kentucky CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION There will be civil service exam inatlons for clerks and letter carriers at the following places on December 15 Ashland Bowling Green Fannkfort Maysville and Paduoah- Those interested should take duo notice and govern themselves accordingly For Sale A first class byetele 19 model Rambler is offered for sale Apply at this office tf ji THANKSGIVING SERVICE The annual Union Thanksgiving service of the Christian MotIm list Baptist and Southern Presbyterian congregations of this city will beheld at the First Baptist Church Rov George Darsie of the Onris tian Church will preach the sermon ANOTHER FIRE A largo barn on the Woodburn es tate near Spring Station filled with hay und farming implements was destroyed by fire on Saturday night Time loss was about 1200 with no insurance Gco A Points Upper Sandusky usingrness It stopped tho cough immediately and relieved all soreness South Longmoor W McKee Hurdler I COUNTRY FIRE About 0111 pclook on Saturday night thefobacco barn of Mr Rob ort Hawking in the Gonnary neighborhood1 Voodford county was found to bii on flrot was totally consumed jnvoiying a loss of about 1000i e did not learn whether It was Insuled or not DoWltts Little rllaOrS uro thobcst liver pills oyor do Easy to take and never gripe South Longmoor W McKee Hu fOe k iI Ii IHELLO BILL IIn these days of theatrical llcon 1100dedIfrom the degraded Palais Royale and reeking with the filth and IsImtec1opondIon in a clean manner and yetis how lingly shrlekingly funny Such a comedy Is HELLO BILL which will bo presented at the Capital Theatre Tuesday Dec 12 The author Willis Maxwell Goodhue is a firm believer in the theory that laughs can bo reached by legitimate methods and that It is not necessary to appeal to the baser side of the human intellect to pro yoke the risibilities In Hello Bill he hits demonstrated his abil ity to do this and has evolved a comedy that Is not only screamingly funny but is in no need of a moral disinfectant The company Is composed of some of the strongest names in the profession embracing such well known names as H D Blakemore George Macombor Aul roy Noyos Richard Quiltor Fred erick Lander Misses Ola Humphrey Emily Lascelles Eugenie Bovm and Carrie Loo Many of your friends or people whom you know of have contracted consumption or pneumonia by neg tact of a simple cold or cough Foleys Honey and Tar a safe sure and pleasant cough medicine would have saved them It is guaranteed South Longmoor v McKee Hardie THE OLD CRY That there should besomo mucus tires taken to protect time flocks of our farmers from time depredations of worthless curs there can bo no doubt Almost every paper we pick up has ah account of raids made upon the defenseless sheep of farmers The law ought to authorize a tax on all dogs coil to have them nIl tagged that if any are found untagged they should be killed And when any tagged dogs are found worrying sheep make thair owners responsible in damages We have no doubt there are a thousand dogs in this city whose owner cnn hardly feed their own families and who would never claim them If a tax were Imposed Lot the law provide for the kill Ing of all fiiuh dogs 60 V AftS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPT RIGHTS Anyone vending a sketch and description may our opinion on Invention U probably CoramuHlcn lions etrtctly Handbook on Patents sent tree Oldest for Bocurlnir patent Patents taken through Munu receIve tptclal notice t in tb- oScientific Jlm rican A handsomoly illustrated weekly Imrclt clr culatlon of sclontlflo lourr Uerms t3 allmonths L Sold b newsdealers YorkI Dr R P Bwckmaster Will be In his office in this city on i Monday Wednesday und Friday of each week Those desiring treat InPut by Osteopathy should bear thiS in mind 46 tL Jr For Sale A new style double seat trap ands a line young horse for sale cheap w Apply at this office tf p The COAST LINE to MACKINAC TAKE THE J TO MACKINAC CHICAGO DETROIT PETOSKEY I t2Thoinsuring the highest degree of H COflFORT SPEED AND SAFETY t Toledo Detroit and MaCkil1aCi f PETOSKEY THE MARQUETTE Wt i 0 LOW RATES to Picturesque Mncktnac ands f Return Including Heals and Berths Frogs r Cleveland from Toledo tga from Do trolt 51350 tt Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Earliest Trains forall points Bast South and Southwest and at Itfor all points North and Sunday Trips June August and I Cleveland PutinBay NorthwestISend for Illustrated Pamphlet SOHANTZ o Tie Detroit k Cleveland steam Nay to lsow 6ow Peas 1AND 11THEWE HAVE LAKGQ STOCKS of these and all other Seasonable Seeds such as German nmlr CornTeosinte i Etc Write for prices and oguc 1 WOOD STUBBS I tSeedsmen LOUISVILLE KY FOX SALE t tIAslidlnp window turning New 11and In good condition Apply at this office FOR S9EorNN1T- HE suburban home known ns Point Breeze oinina city limits of Kmnkfort Most beautiful locution overlooking both the 10 Kentucky river Brick house of twelveroomaiJAll nsceHsiiry outhiillrilnc and 88 ACRES OJiLAND Will ronffurnlaliMl Address i MBS WM B RODMAN JCtf Frankfort Kyc iFeelings of safety pervade the rCoughromedy that produces immediate results It is Infalible for coughs colds croup and all throat and lung troubles It will prevent con sumption South Longmpor W Mclveo Hurdle 1 Dr CaOys Condition low icn are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not ood but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package i For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co 2No 1 lamp ohlinnayH for Be Saturday Nov 10 at LnngdoiCreasy Go Ult Tt ord 14 rr M fjI w tIIttJ J It f j JI f 0 hj 1thIJJ M f Iif ri+ t1t 7 f UNRIVALLED BEAUTY There lsa pretty story in Grecian mythology of how young Paris 1who afterward eloped with the far famed Helen of Troy was once confronted with a most perplexing proposition He was forced to de cide which of three handsome god desses Venus Minerva or Juno was themost beautiful Of course In awarding the prize for beauty the apple of discord to the God dess of Love he incurred the- eternal enmity of the two other fair divinities But the task which Paris had was trifling compared with that of deciding which of the many beautiful features of the Pan American Exposition is most to be admired One feels the difficulty of making such a decision now that the buildings are reaching a stage of completion and their architec ture their color and their land scape setting all present features that excite enthusiastic admiration One feels the difficulty now that the framework of the principal buildings has been Covered with stat and the stall Itself is receiving the varied tints and brilliant hues f which together with the archltec ture are to distinguish in outward appearance this exposition of all the Americas from any that has proceeded It and which will mark the begining of a new era In Exposition building First one grows enthusiastic over 1 the graceful towers and minarets outlined against the sky and the treaded facades with overhanging eves which are reminders of those picturesque mission buildings that telbof Spanish occupancy of Cali fornia and Mexico Or one falls to Admiring the colonnades and pavil ions the loggias domes and lan terns with their elaborate sculptu ral adornmentsand the grilled win lows with their richly moulded frames All these features of the Exposition architecture speaking ti of Moor and Spaniard and the fan tastic Ideas which they originated Iand artists and architects of later generations perpetuated greet the delighted vision now that the Expo sition structures are nearing com 1 r v pletion Surely one thinks this Willow tad Ii Wicker CLaus f soon become tolled ht they ttt riomed to look like MW with Gold Dust Powder tttf mm wmr UM t tcrubblaf brush when water become flu lust tolled let freshj follow with a soft dry cbeeit cloth tail wipe dry White beds cia also be Wasbed by this but mutt be wiped dry quickly It borl oar tree WB rAtfmilMK oal Olloeyo r ftl Louis Yrfc toot V will be the great feature of the PanI American over which the millions who come here next summer will rave THOSE TOWERS But then you look at those beau tiful towers of the Machinery and Building which director of Color Turner has suc ceeded so well In painting or the pavilions of the same building where the color has been laid on with a richness and beauty that it is simply impossible to describe and you say that if the whole Ex position is to bo like this radiant in all the colors of the rainbow this Indeed will be the feature which will make It the most beau tiful the eye of man over gazed upon Then next you go enthu siastic over the sculpture the beginnings of which are now in evi dence or the effects which are in a most remarkable state of advancement that a winter is yet to intervene and so it goes and you are fairly bewildered by the beauty you see around you already though the opening of the gate is yet six months away and the finishing touches will add many times to the Impression to be obtained from the tout ensemble Perhaps popular Interest centers most just now In the building of the great Electric Tower and In the of the splendid color scheme under Mr C Y Turners masterly direction The construc tion of the tower is a wonderful work in you wan der down the Court of Fountains about which the main buildings are grouped and which next summer will be with groups of sculpture rare flowers and beautiful hydraulic effects you strain your eyes looking up to the dizzy height where the men at work on the tower are erecting the great steele trusses of this tall structure At a height of nearly feet they walk around upon the beams as as If they were not ton feet above terra firmn They begin to look like fly specks on the sky now and the sight re minds one of the way the workmen rk lt Housevroikis hmdwork wittotitGoMDusf1 Timing Furaiture Wkktqchtlra Wuliag taw Vraitbed 0t BEAUTIFUL Transportation landscape considering development engineering As Exposition embellished unconcernedly I looked on the topmost point of hi Brooklyn Bridge piers 15 years and more ago As yet no serious accident has occurred in connection with the construction of the Elecric Tower and It Is to be hoped It will reach Its total holghth of 875 feet receive its covering of stall and itt delicate ivory white blue green and gold tints without the sacrifice of a single human life Every pre caution is being taken against 0 fatality by the Exposition manage ment and those In charge of tin workFrom the tower the eye glances westward and catches the glint of the sunlight on the now completed towers of the Machinery and Transportation building Fancy a cam panile of some old Mexican cathedral rejuvinated by magic exquis itely colored by the hand of an artistic genius and thrust against a Venetian sky If you can do this you can perhaps get a faint idea only a faint and inadequate oneof the beauty of the towers of this building The architect gave Mr Turner a splendid opportunity when he presented him with these towers in all their glory of pillar and pilaster final and arabesque and profuse sculptural adornment and left him to add the color And Mr Turner nobly measured up the requirements of the occasion and has joined with the architects and sculptors and designers to give us a creation whose radiant beauty SPlenjdidnature is the only thing about it one has to regret It seems almost impossible that the builders of the Exposition can give another structure so won derfully beautiful as this the first to reach completion is seen to be Yet there are others whose charms may rival It and one waits with Inpatient expectancy to see how the Electric Tower will appear when It has received the elaborate decorations planned for Its embel lishment and the ivorylike hues blended with blues and greens and gold which the staff will take on before the picture Is finished and when it is done and there is nothing to be added to complete the beauty of the Tower by day there will still remain the task of deckling whether the spectacle by day Is equal in beauty and grandeur to the specta ole at night when myriads of elec tric lights illuminate it from tho fountain and cascade at Its base to the fartherost point thrust against the starry sky And this Indeed- Is a task that might well stagger n better Judge of beauty than the ihepherd boy Paris whose decision between the goddesses won for him the fairest woman of her time EDWARD HALE BRUSH POOR BOB WHITE The open season In which It Is lawful to shoot quail commenced- on Thursday Nov 15 and will continue until January 1st 1001 There were quitqa number of hunters In this took to the fields Thursday and pbor Bobwhite will suffer for the next six weeks jtti iI i tttttet W H TTE INCH ESTER41 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLSmNo black powder shells on the market compare with the II NEW RIVAL to unlI tJ4 formity and strong shooting qualities Sure fire end waterproof Oct the genuine iIt WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO Now Haven Conn yJ PleasanUtoitafce ITIc jf r Trade hlak Laxative i Syrurp NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor f And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts ate the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about afnormal action of the bowels when 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 iabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as 1 Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness tYour J e it better than r any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50u PER BOTTLE 4tfe l T E BEST GRO 1BRIES ANll1IOUORS tLOWEST PRICES A7 i I JOHN BRISCOLLSIr- VISIT NOAHS ARK N And let us supply your wants in Tip Oliina Glassware Toys c1 r i From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of BEST QUALITY I tI t 39 Ann Street Next Dour to Gayles Drug Store V r Ll it r I THE COUNTRYS PROSPERITY The annual report of the Treas urer of the United States Ellis M Roberts on the operations mid con ditions of tho Treasury was submitted to Secretary Gago Monday Mr Roberts says the growth mid prosperity of the country and the general activity of business are re flected in the transactions of his office The net ordinary revenues of the government for the fiscal year were 567240852 the largest in the history of the country exceed ing those of 1886 the next highest by 4729128 The increase of 51 280232 over the preceding year was generhlIsources from customs andinternal revenue On the of the expenditures theret net decrease of 11785882 in sideI parison with 180so tint the ficiency of 0111 560 for that year were converted into a surplus of 70527060 in 1000 The ss incluiltngthose disibulsementsincrease on both sides over the pro Vlous yenrI V With the exception of July 1899 g8Ievery month of the year one for June being the largest 17895759- Were largest receipts for a single day 5199518 February 26 190- 0The and the largest expenditure 4088 000 July 8 1900 The largest sur plus on any one day were 4047896 August 29lnd the largest defi ciency 2816621 July 5 1899 This is a record which should make the heart of every American well with pride and gratitude A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything in sight so I F do drastic mineral pills but are mighty dangerous DQnt dyna 1mite the machinlty of your with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life Pills which are gentle as a Summer breeze do the work per constipatlondrug store EN YEARS A CONVICT GeoA The above is the title of a 88 page a plain and unvarjififued account of the experiences of ItR author M Robfc R Hilton Itls now on sale and may be found at the news d of Mr Barett We trust- thePbilantbropists will purchase it After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails to cure and will prevent pneumonia or consumption Dont accept substitutes Nothing so good South Longmog W Mc 1 Kee Hardier A RAISE OF 13 PER BARREL pi To meet the emergency created by the dojcit i State revenues the State of Valuation anti As sessment has raised the value df whisky in bond fore assessment from 7 to 10 per barrel This is very nearly a fifty per cent in crease and will come as an unpleas ant surprise to those persons hay ing their funds sojnvested A GREAT MEDICINE 1 have used Gmunberlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem 6ly and find it to ben great medi can e says Mr E S Phippsof Potenu Ark It cured me of blody flux I cannot speak too highly of It This remedy always wins the good opinion if not praise of those who use it The quick cures which it effects even r in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by jW Gayle druggist- DISTINGUISHED MASON DEADII We learn from the Washington is Star that Dr Joseph Jouy a sur geon well known to many of our older citizens died in that city recently ft Dr Jouy was a surgeon of fine tability during the civil war and was stationed in thls city for a time He was a member of all the var ious branches of the Masonic order of the G A R and Y M C A 1ThorQ wore seventeen Past bias ters present at leis funeral exhibit ing UheT high esteem in whch he was hold I- Kentucky Crop Report Condition c November 1900 I n HALL Commissioner The weather during the month of October with the exception of a tow days of the second week was like summer Very light frosts occurred in the northern and eastern sections only While there was in sufficient rainfall for all purposes there was enough to cause the fall sown grain to germinate andvmako very satisfactory growth Corres pondents mostly complain of dry weather but report wheat up and growing well Rain seemed to be more abundant toward the close of the month and probably relieved the symptoms of drouth and will continue the good condition of the whentcrop Aftout twenty corres pondents report damage to the crop t DIVISIONBnllanJ CnlclcllLCnlloway Carlisle Crlttenden DavJes8 Fulton Henderson LlvlnlfstoD Marshall Todd Webster SECOND DIVIBION Allen Bullltt Grayson Monroe Warren IRIJ Bath Bracken Fleming GaUatln Garrard Lincoln Montgomery Nicholas Shelby Scott Spencer Trimble Laurel Owsley Pulaskl Russell Wayne DIVISION Powell OF INTEREST TO FARMERS Every grower of should pains to by as much succulent for use as possible The hog thrives best when he has an oc casional of roots pumpkins wants plenty of water with his and it is impossible to give it in the of root crops the next thing is to give some well dampened clover hnyFarmI ors Home JournalIitem fs given for the benefit ofjfarmers who may wish to save the expense of dohorning their cat tle when they grow up Buy a five cpnt stick of potash when the little horns make the first sign of starting on the wet a little water and rub themI over with caustic stick will never know that in tended that Its hoiild have horns Apples should be gathered as soon as and the surplus InferS upIonto or this the apple worm may be great dimnished of carpet bagging or other fabric around the trunk of the with a long catch ninny of the apple worms they leave trnn61formutlonthorn weekly kill nIl worms and that are found Rural World Chamberlains Stomach liver Tablets cure constipation bilious ness and headache They to take pleasant In effect W Gayle MUSICAL AND RECITATION The Womans Auxiliary of Ascon scion Church will give a musical and recitation at the Parish Mouse on Thanksgiving evening from past seven to ton oclock at which JJght refreshments be and publIc cordially Invited Admission 25 cents n theybelievechances are tat their hearts aro all right but their stomachs iu unable to digest food Dys cntlandevery Longmoor W McKee SouthI t tJiJ S fly andit is greatly tha- I t the warm weather and advanced growth of the plant will much greater havoc if the same conditions of weather prevail for the week or two and the insect will got such a lodgment at the root of tub plant as to prove very destructive next spring An examination of the fly in the flax sood form will show its presence close grassing later this winter lhi8Isoft or Live stock is in average condition as to or freedom from contagious diseases A few coun ties report cholera among hogs but the complaints on this score seem to be less than usual nail this dis ease not materially ailed the HAP OF DIVISIONS Prepared by McCracken Union Hart Jefferson Ohio Boone Harrison Madison Wood rd DIVISION Clay Perry Estlll Johnson Knott Lee Lewis Menifee Pike y feed He food when best him the calf single will are sale by half will The by cause next that will SWITZERI Wm McMillan of Williams town has accepted time of the Baptist Church of this place for two beginningJanuary Mr B Gayle of Fal is visiting is mother who lias been sick for several weeks Our is progressing nicely of 110 A v erage attendance last about 90 Mr R L Ellis moved to Thorn Hill last Tuesday He will engage in the insurance working for the Sun Life Bob Is a fine follow those do bust ness him will find him noble will be seriously missed by our Thorn Is In the column It is sad hearts that we the death of our beloved friend brolh 5rStephen BNew ton who departed this life last Fri He was of agoIhas been a benediction to the com munity In which ho has ever standing for what is pure and noble in young manhood He was ardently devoted to his church his and his friends The writer intimately acquainted him hood never knew him to be guilty of a dishonorable act We visited him a few days he died and can sn death theIof his near at hand tjlsTheafternoon the remains voro laid to rest in the beautiful ofme placeHe mothprfour two bro h rs and innumera ble friends to mourn his death SWITZER DeWitts Hazel Salvo will promptly heal the worst burns and scalds not leave a scar It can be applied to cuts and raw soothing offect- Use it for skin Beware of worthless counterfeits South Longmoor W McKee Hardie RETURNS The office together with the So of the gov engineering department of cityyon on 0 M tho records wore doehousetOASfTORXADoan the of d tMt I numher of hogs marketed but othor causes a smaller number are being fed the report for the State ItS a whole being 848 per cent as compared with lust year An occasional report of black leg among cnttlo is made but it not soom to be malignant No disease sheep Is reported An outbreak of greasyheol is reported front Whitloy cofinty Ono Montgomery county corres pondent says 80 per cent of the clover sown last und that no seed wore saved in that The of clover seed In tub State Is below that of last year A county correspondent says poach trees are blooming makes the prospect for next years crop poor This report games from our best peach growing county REPORTS ifi BrccklnrldKC Cumberland 3essamine Robertson Morgan Orlnado Number enrolled family business family people placed family surfaces ornmont Signature spring county Trimble THE October IIP yoQ 1No pr is candle of and Tablets cleanse tone and man sale by Gaylo counties only rep houseburn of tobacco and j It reasonably lipped dom J ago this id lint wiitdV spread Ono Anderson county obi i respondent reports 70 pot cent but jP i this IK probably to include v in the quality of the whole V of tho county the t anwmt of to tillslent And tho per cent of j twonly applies to the sections ty1 which It Jessamine J complains of to 11 the grub lhe indications tho poor 11 corn crop In Western Kentucky will show still by reason of lchnlfy quality arid rotting f Jf1Joom isthe o1nIoirlIfnKENTUCKY IN BY FOR L B NALL Oommr FiIIriT Christian Graves Rickman Hopkins Lyon McLean Muhlonbprg Adalr Butler Edmonson Green Hancock Hardin Larue LOgani Meade Nelson Simpson Taylor Washington Carroll Clark Franklin Grant Henry Kenton Owen Pendleton r f FOURTH Bell Casey Clinton Jackson Knox Leslie Letcher Kockcastle Boyd Breathltt Elliott Floyd Greenup Lawrence Magofflnt Martin Wolfe hogs take winter and form This and calves nature ripe and Bands fastened trees tack after and puba and easy and For J served Kodol feared and health CHOP Rev call mouth school month and and who such This Hill debtor with announce and always lived boen with and before being and sisters Witch p and piles and force books Poe anSI t ii from does among failod yield which very f Frankfort Cincinnati RailwayMIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE i In Sth 1899 l 100 120 185 20 215 280 II 100 660 852 401 41i 416 5m 610 340 438f INo1 721 7In 751 830 ArJ 650 745 few i may front rt= rather bluegrass from that t4 Rowan effect = == Dally Except Sunday Lv FmuJcforfA Ar1 ted nrin nvn Ell h tamping SlVltz Ifl1I Ueorl S IXipufB1 Neffpvvu Ontervllle Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv a up be Jn are up No2 Pass lava 1049 943 930 No4 Pass 626 50 f 7 ass 840 822 810 s 800 751 756 tw r connects with L k n with connects with Ky UlO b8e jfAI Between NfiRtIArjAI 710 400 617 616 Iv Y WE IYAVElaJust received some of best grades of Kanawha t Goal for domestic purposes would pleased to Jtii take from any one desiring to lay in their l 1VeBlack Hoges old stand Telephones East Ten nessee j1 Frankfort Exchange No 7 Branch fJ FrankfortTelephone ft j W jinto sell will do well to see us before selling s Hoge Goal and Feed Compairfr Black Hoges Old W t When you feel that hardly worth tho dose Chamberlains Stomach Liver They will your stomach your liver regulate your bowels making you feel l1lO a For J W II IA rt that causa meant damage than direct damage damage exists county damage white illi worse COUNTIES Barren Metcalte Fayette Mason Mercer Carter with rV crop Mlrlon Harlan with orders wheat Stand fForf1lThlBoars the- SliUature of I 555 6401 j 915r connects II t tt the and be No life take now 3 t rJ1- WriqII J