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Z Ill6 fe r f r t t i t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT l I r G130 AJjB WIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvanceI J VIOL XXVII1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT I21903 NO I =Z fl amidonton1nesdaythelitTornrnieo P fromthegrot that tho supply of these books is mornifBUT THERE ARE PLENTY OF THE Shoes Ropes Knives GIRLSSHOESrp r Hero is a misses I ill shoo made of gnu oalfiheavyheel for this price in sixes I1 tu2 that wo belinve will make your girl the best school shoe she ever wore SONStreetDunlap Agents Hats tshoes AUDITORS AGENT WINS BLOOD I In the suit of Auditors Agent Guy H Briggs v City of Frankfort to compel the city to pay tax on the Opera House in the County Court Judge J H Polsgrove decided on Monday that the city was liable for tax on 9000 worth of property for five years making a total of 45000 which at cents on the 100 will make the comfortable sum of 1250 The query comes up where is the money to come from to pay this sum The city is bankrupt tow Cannot pay her oulcers and their alongOfpealed but that will only be staying oil the evil day It does seem like everything that can he taxed is coming under the ban and even then the expenses keep ahead of tho receipts At this rate a re appointedbefore SALE OF OLDTIME FURNI PURE Having rented her house Mrs Sam Steele will oiler for sale on Thursday Sept 24 a considerable quantity of oldtime valuable fur nature This is a rare opportunity for connissieur to obtain bargains BADLY BURNED When Mrs Samuel Shen went to light the gas stove in her kitchen on Sunday there was an explosion which burned her quite severely about the load hands and neck Leakage in tho pipe s caused tho trouble Medical attention was at once rendered i Hammond Co Wilkinson St KyKaIll tp boys Ar Z 00Our CruiserH at this price made of heavy veal stock and with the soles protected by steel circlets is a shoo made for wear and that lots wear You can buy these shoes only from us Sole THIS IS CORRECT At the request of some friends wo publish tim following which is a list with some corrections of errors as to initials and spelling in the names of tho candidates REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET Governor MORRIS B BELKNAP Louisville JLIeutGovernor JAMES B WILHOIT JOHN A BLACK Barbourville AttorneyGeneral WILLIAM M BECKNER Winchester Auditor GEORGE W WELSH Dan ville Secretary of State JESSE C SPEIGHT Mayfleld- Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and GEORGE BAKER Central City Superintendent of Public Instruc tion LIVINGSTONE McOARINEY- Henderson Clerk of tho Court of Appeals JAMES H NEWMAN Tompkinsville Railroad Commissioner Third District A1A1I1 SILER- Williamsburg LABOR DAY Monday was observed to a limit ed extent as Labor Day The banks postoflico and Stato public offices woro closed Thats all SPRAINED ANKLE Mr Sterling the advance agent of the HarrisParkinson Stock Co which opens tho amusement season on Monday night at the Opera Howe was so unfortunate as to sprain his nnklo on Sunday last Dr J S Demarco attended to his injuries and Mr Sterling is doing very well til YEARS A DYSPEPTIC 11 H Foster HIS S 2d St Snit Lake City writes I havo been bothered with dyspepsia or indi mnnyductorsgot a bottle of Horhine Ono bot tlo cured mo am now tapering oil on tho second I have recom mended it to my friends it is cur- Ing thorn too five at Paul B Waited1 iFRememher remain that month eachipairor more and a wire jumping rope soldforEpr PAYS INSURANCE On Tuesday last MrC A Nelson a Secretary of the Knights and Ladies of Honor paid to the ad Mangandouensei the policy told upon the life of Col Mangan in that organization The proofs of the loss wore mado and forwarded to the Supreme Lodge on the 24th of July and this Tory liberal settlement sbowi that this organization takes care of its policy holders with commendable propmtness NOBLE OLD ROMAN The Republicans of Greenup county have nominated Gov W J Worthington as their candidate for LelgslatureIfselect such men from both parties LewislaturoBERESFORD COMING The coming of Harry Beresord in his new play Tho Proessors Love Story will in sections where ho has been seen before bo watched with groat interest This young nun has been proclaimed as tho most legitimate of time younger tla comedians upon the stage His methods have been classed as a SolSmithWe aro told that he possesses the rich vein of pathos of the one and the Quisling comicalities of the other that he aptly blends the atooveryotmohis AX APACHEPRINCESS This is the title of the latest an most thrillingly interesting booby k that virile polished and thoroughly wellversed writer Gon Charles King It las i7 chapters in a volume of pages each one of which is full of intensoslruatlous Tho plot is well drawn and tho scones are all taken from army lIfo on tho plains of Arizona lima whole is so thoroughly in tertwined throughout that tho imagination is kept at high tension from start to finish limo book is from the press of the CityItabout tho 21 th of this month 1rico OIt will be soul with avidity all who obtain a copy limo lust work published by Gon King before this is entitled Daughter of tire Sioux atuil had a tremendous sale COUNTRY ClTTING SCRAPE The colored contingent had a pie SaturdayliftEzra Vaughan lathes Simms an John Russell became involved in difllcitlty in the course of Vaughan was out on time right eheel- with a razor and shot through tho right breast Simms and Russell woro arroste and jailed to await the result of Vaughans wounds which are very serious DEVOURED BY vms painbutabundantly The entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not assimilated but devoured by WhlteROreamto cease crying and begin to thrive surpriseandB Weitzels ABUSING FAMILY travelingincamped near the reservoir on tho nightSundnup on booze und began abusing his wife throwing a skillet and some dishes at her Tho frightened wo man ran to the residence of Mr W H Hawkins near by and a gen tleman passing notified the author ities when Jailor lI L Lawrence wont out and arrested the brute He was found with a big 44 gun CIRCUIT COURT Monday next will be the day of the September term of th Franklin Circuit Court which will continue for three weeks There is a heavy docket of civil cases and aI moderate criminal docket It prom ises to be a busy term for both law yore and litigants- DAREDEVIL DOROTHY Among the very strong list of attractions booked for the Capital Theatre by Manager McNamara is the latest English success Dare- Devil Dorothy This play is now in its third year in England Fro- G Berger and T H ONeil wartime successful bidders for the rights of the play in the United States and Canada From all accounts this play is a decided novelty as it ap pears to embrace nearly every phase of stago representations There aro four acts each ending with a stirring melodamutic secure the plot is a strong one and tho spye doubt forger and 081 all have se cured a winner GUILD ENTERTAINMENT lime Ladies wild of ActHlslonI Episcopal Church will n lightful entertainment at theresi denco of Mrs Nary Honsley on Tuesday evening An attractive musical program has been arranged and delightful refreshments will bo served Tho enterainment is for fundEveryodby invited TWO EXCURSIONS SUNDAY Tho Li N railroad will run an excursion train to Cincinnati to morrow Train will leave tills city at a m Fare for tho round trip only 125 This will be tho last ex cursion to Cincinnati this season lie same road will give tho to rate of 100 for the round trip Louisville tomorrow Train leaves hero at 755 a m Returning leaves Louisville at 510 p m KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN MIS rNy JN1iUN 1103byC Ry will sell tickets from points on i s lino at one faro plus 25 cents forljho round trip Dates of sales returningas L l 0d S- THE BEST STYLES When you make your purchases here you can always de pend on getting the best styles to be had Every day wo re ceive new goods from the bin mar kets and are now in u position to show n large stock of such weaves us Camels Hiiir j ZibelinesMeltons Cheviotse Venetians and- Broad Cloths In all the latest colorings We may have a few more warm days but the prudent want to make then selections while the line is complete reallyITHE EXHIBIT IS WORTH A TRIP TO OUR STORE 0C KAGIN BRO NO 41 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDG- EHOMESEEKER S EXCURSIONS t Time first and third Tuesdays of each month at approximately half nmgnitlcontolOpsI idly developing region triplimawesttoW lI Shaw DP A J8Q Vinfe street Cincinnati Ohio L W Wakoloy Gonjl PnssrvAgent St Louis Mo Now good digestion waits on appotitn and health on both tt lll00d1Ultters t C7 A Boar the SJrooture or STOBXII = PErtS0NFlL =Mr Thiireiu1 Craig visiteel friends in Versailles on Sunday Mr Toy Kleiser and wife are visiting n lathes in Shelby county Mi l Sliced Lewis of Buffalo X Y was a visitor here this week Miss Coranel Crutcher r turned from a visit to Mt StrrUngI Judge C B Hill returned Tuus day from his hone at Winchester Editor 1 B Dryden of the Cull wont to Cincinnati on Wednesday Mr Chas R Pilkington leftTues tlny iiigSit for Lewisburg W Va Mrs Lola R Choato went to Cin v Molnnatn on Monday Mr Edward Roy of Louisville visited relatives here this week Hon E E Barton of Falmouth was hero Wednesday MrC P Chenault left Thursday for Estill Springs Mrs J D Kennedy is visiting relatives in Owonsboro Mr WTO McKeevor returned Sat r urdaytrem an eastern trip F Mr Hugh Ayres and son Ed warel were visitors hero Monday Mr Russell S Penn left Monday for Georgetown whore he will at yeariCornelia Bull who has 1Miss of Mrs B M Bergman has returned home Mr Julian Thin left Monday fo Perdue University Lafayette Iud vhere he will attend college t Mr RA Brady and Mr Robt atone of Louisville spent Sunday there Mrs Guy Briggs and daughter visited relatives in Lexington thf week Mrs Rebecca Husten Hite of Adairville was the guest of her son iMr A V Hite this week Miss Fannie Haydon has returned from a visit to friends in Jefferson ville Ind Mr Edgar F Suter who has been in Shelbyville for two weeks has J returned home Mr Nat Stone jr of Versailles was in the city on Monday county court day Mr Straussner wife an daughter who have been In Okla homa Friday night Mrs H M Bain of Lexington was the guest of her brother Mr John C Mastin this week tMrs M B R Day is visiting her Mrs J T Gaines at Cres cent Hill Rev C J Nugent and wife have returned from a visit to Mt Ster ling Misses Mary and Virginia Nunn have returned from a visit to their old home at Madisonville IrFrank Cannon visited his irother Hon W L Cannon at Hdway this week Miss Overall of St Louis Mo was the guest of Miss Esther Bur nam this week Rev D W Robertson of Shelby yule was a visitor lucre on Tues day fRev T F Taliaferro returned Monday from Conference at Cyn thiajin Mr John H Cannon Jr of Mid way visited his uncle Mr John T Cannon this week Mr Pollock Payni or who has i nuoon visiting friends in Eastern Kentucky has returned home Miss Lily Benokart of Lexing ton was the guest of her aunt Mrs A J Lynch this week 4 Mr J C Kernen is visiting rela tives at his old hone in Madison Ind Mr J Walter Daughnrty the in t durance than is visiting friends a tanford 1 Miss Mary Belle Taylor has re turned from a visit to relatives at i Fork Crook Nob Mr T E Konnoy and wife re turned Wednesday night from visit to Cincinnati Mr W 13 George and wife returned Wednesday night from Cin cinnati Dr Curtis F Burnam Jr wa the guest of his father Judge A Rollins Burnam this week Judge W E Settle of the Jour- of Appeals has returned from hi mention Miss Josephine Boyle of Rig mingham Ala Is visiting Miss Anna Maeldox on Holmes street Miss Martha Jameson who ha CynthiIMrs Hugh Merchant went to Georgetown on Tuesday to visit her J sister Mrs Otis A5i11r- stREMOVAL W E BAXTER nnnremoved his olllcc to room in tho gsoutheuatcoII1OI St Clulrtnul Brand uentranre on St Special attention to till higlu r branuliiM of Dental Hungry to disease of tin Mouth Nose and ihront- tit plumes Now No 5 Old No WJ April 111 yr f a =Mr Alcxandor Edwards of Vrr snlllop wns the guesttf his cousiii Mr John t Muslin oudn Mrs 11011 M Cns is visiting her dau htor Mrs Moll Richard son in Monde coiinty Mrs Win Caldwoll and Miss lvitt Ghoislin of IoiTisvillo roe in the city on Thursdiwy Miss lush Martin iwid Miss Anna guestslofMiss Annio Monroe of Washinp ton City tuta tho guest of Mrs Swiirort Taylor at Thistkton i Mrs Cornelia Hush who has beer visiting her son Mr Saul S Bush has returned home Mrs J W Wilson who has been visiting friends at Flemingsburg has returned home Miss Hallio B To dd of Louisville was the guest of relatives hero this week on her way home from Hot Springs N O Mrs A Logan McKee of Cin cinnati who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Martha French returned home Monday afternoon Mr J Dallas Coke jr of Louis ville who has been the guest of his sister Mrs B Todd Crutcher al Hoge Station has returned home Mr Will S Farmer who has been in the east purchasing goods for his big dry goods store returned home Saturday night 1Master Marshall Adams who hat been his grandparents Mr A K Marshall and wife in Mason county has come homer Judge E C OKear who has been attending the Methodist Con ference at Cynthiana has returned home Mr George F Berry and wife re turned Wednesday from the Yellow Stone Park and other western- points Mr Peter Pardi who has been in this country for a number of years has gone back to Italy to visit his parents Mr Philip Egbert and wife of Pittsburg Penn carne here to attend the HanrahanEgbert wedding Miss Willanna Smith will be heard in a vocal solo at Sunday mornings service in the Episcopal ChurchMr Pilkington left Untdhe will attend college this year Mr George M Egbert of Pitts burg Penn came hero Wednesday to attend the HanrahanEgbert wedding Mrs Henry Meade and Miss Susie Berryman of Louisville were guests of their aunt Mrs W H Posey this week Mr Prentiss OEear of Cincin nati was the guest of his father Judge E C ORear on Sunday and Monday Mr Rousseau True U S Mar shal was called to Monterey Thurs day night by the fatal illness of his nephewIdaughterMissguests of Mrs J W Wilson this city Mr C A Nelpon returned Monday from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky in the interest of Messrs W A G shies Co Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner visited their sister Mrs N M Crutcher at Duckers this week Miss Annie lice Holder arrived home last week from an extended visit to relatives in Emporia Kan and Kansas City Mo Miss Nannie Buford of Now Castle is the guest of her brother County Attorney Jas T Buford Kentucky Avenue West Side Judge W S Pryor who has been at his home at New Castle for sew eral weeks returned Monday tot open his law once for the fall term of court Mr James Miller of West Virginia is the guest of his sister Mrs W B McEnnis South Side Ho will probably make this city his homer Dr G Goldstein the optician requests us to say that he will re turn to this clay on Monday Sept 21 and will moot his customers at the Capital Hotels Mr Alex T Lewis who has been spending his vacation with his father MrT B Lewis returned LoxlnHtontMr Win Montgomery and Mr Jas F Montgomery Jr left Sun day night fur the Virginia Military Institute where they will attend school this years Mr and Mrs Hugh Williams Mr und Mrs Joe seen and little son and Miss Sadie Woitel from Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W H Jellrlos- Mr and Mrs Charles F Donson and little daughter Margaret Fran cis were among tho passengers on the Fall City from Louisville on Tuesday and are tho guusis of Mr and Mrs W H Joflries Judge W H Holt of tho lT S wasrfriends JHo thinks there Is no place like old Kentucky and no town where bettor people live than Frankfort 1A11r fu nrIIII an JN REMOVAL Mr Jolla Brady has removed Iris shoo shop and residence to ho two story bile k pease opposite Capital Hotel on Main street for merly nceMipicd y Dr Hugh Tobin Mr Bradys many friends and customers will find him at that place ready to wait upon thorn live him a cau- lCHANGES OF BASE Dr S E James has routed the residence of Mrs Sam Steele corner of Wapping and Wilkinsoi streets and will go to housekeeping there about tho 1st of October Mr W T Barry South has rented the residence of Mr Ben T Farmer on Steolo street and will move there about the 1st of Ocober Mr John C Mastin will move to his now home on Ann street about October Dont worry The Bazaar is coming Powers old stand 58tf SALE OF REAL ESTATE Mr W J Hughes sold yesterday a onestory brick residence on Long Lane and Mero streets to Mr H C Baker Price private CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL September 719 1903 For tho above occasion the F i C By will sell round trip tickets at reduced rates from all stations on its line good on all regular trains to Cincinnati O See depot ticket agent for partic ulars- S E HUTTON G P A FINE CIGARS pare been placed under obli gations to our friend Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond for a box of the Prandennial Cigar which is the product of the Central Cigar Manufacturing Co of which our friend J Stone Walker is directorIt a delightful smoker The best ten center we know of Try them and be convinced A REMARKABLE RECORD Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It has been In use for over thirty years during which time many million bottles have been sold and used It has long been the standard and main reliance in the treatment of oroup in thousands of homes yot during all this time no case has ever been reported to tho manufacturers in failed to effect a cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even as appearslitpleasant to take many children like it It contains no opium or other harmful substance and maybe given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by nil clruHgistsI 2880 ST PAUL AND RETURNI MONON ROUTE Tho Monon Route will from now until September BOth sell round trip tickets to St Paul and Minne apolis at 2880 from Louisville Low rates also to other points in the Northwest Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky OA EiX 0RXABears theTheSignature of + J Watch and wait for the Bazaar Store Powers old stand 58tf 8665 DENVER AND RETURN 4865 GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND RETURN 4965 SALT LAKE CITY AND RETURN The Monon Route will sell tick ets from Louisville at the above goat reduction also to a number of other Western points on samo basis now till September 80th good re turning till October 31st Address E H Bacon D P A1UII011 Route Louisvllu Ky MORE RIOTS Disturbances of strikers aro not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of tho system Overwork loss of sloop nervous tension will bo followed by utter collapse unless a roliablu remody is Immo dlatoly employed Theres nothing so olllciont to euro disorders of the Liver or Kidneys us Electric Hit turs Its a wonderful tonic and effective no vice and tho greatest all around mudicino for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and axpfls Malaria germs Only 50o ind satisfaction guaV ttfaad hy all druggists fl t = = = v II Ir rIBl E R h tfPrepared For the RISE IN DIAMONDS The fact that Diamonds are good property is known by nearly everyone but very few understand how really good they are and how fast they are increasing in value Their Rise In Value ti IThe number of Karats found last year was not quite half the output of 1898 and they sold for almost as much Imines too are very much deeper and the cost of mining increasing The recent advance in New York of 10 per Iis an index of what may be expected at short intervals isIOur Stock- We purchased a large stock before the rise and while this lasts we can make slightly lower ricer than the New York wholesalers and we advise purchasing now A Guarantee of Value As an evidence of our belief in the permanency of this ad vance we contract to exchange solitarie diamonds at full value price paid us for them We place no limit on this guarantee Buying Back For Cash Many people who recognize the genuine help diamonds are in promoting confidence and suecess hesitated to invest in them for fear of sudden need for money might como moneyhackI M A SELBERT RELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY lAST EXCURSION br THE SEASON 125 CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY SEPT 13IVIAII I FCRYAND oIlCVRYISPE- CIAL TRAIN LEAVES FRANKFORT 700 a m ELKHORN 712 a SW1TZBR 720 a m STAMPING GROUND 780 a in GEORGETOWN 755 a in TICKETS GOOD ONLY ON DATE OF SALE RETURNING SAME DATESPECIAL TRAIN LEAVING CINCINNATI 830 P M L J lre lJJ J 1i1i t fto J- S I i eIKeep your eye on this spa Sam D JohnsonI rt t I IDTHOUSANDS KINGS wAisc vm This wonderful medioine posi tively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50c1Trial bottle free n 181 PRETTY BAD STORM About 5 oclock on Wednesday morning heavy black clouds gath ered in the west and loud peals of thunder gave every a stiff storm indicatiolf However a big l the clouds further west and precipi tated a cyclone at the little settle ment of Benson Two barns belonging to our good old friend Judge Dan Moore filled with tobacco were blown down and tho contents badly damaged The barn of Mr Jeff Smith was blown down and its contents con stating of buggies wagons and agricultural implements were o smashed to kindling wood A number of other buildings were unroofed and otherwise damaged Altogether it was about as severe a storm as has visited that section in many long years It was followed by a heavy rain which was of considerable benefit to the farmers LETTER LIST i The following is a list if adver I tised letters for the week ending VI 1903IIBowles E G Cnningham Miss Mamie Davis A M Feldman M Green Miss Emma Hampton O W Jackson J Douglas Perknor Jim Preen ol T M Richie Jaso- Whitlook Abio- WilllnUlson Mrs Eliza Wright Mrs Ella a Persons calling for the above lot tors will please saII advertised E M DRAKE P M For It bilious attack tako Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tabr lots and a quick euro is certain For sale by all druggists PROMENADE CONCERT Tuesday evening an entertainment will bo given by tho ladles of the Episcopal Church at Mrs lIens leys Ann street ft promises to bo a most charming occasion to which the public is cordially in vitod Tho music will ho by the host Frankfort talent assisted by friends from Versailles Refresh ments will bo served and all for tho small sum of 25 cents IT SAVED HIS LEG P A Danforth of LaGrango Ga suffering for six month with a frightful running sore on his log but writes that Bucklcns Arnica Salvo wholly eared it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its tho best salvo in tho world Cure guar anteed Only 2F etc Sold by all druggists Uarris Parkinson Stock Company HYMAN DeTRALL AT THE OPERA HOUSE r The HarrisParkinson Stock Com pany easily the most popular of Southern stock organizations will open an engagement of one week at the Capital Theatre Monday night September 14th The SUOOOSB of this company is due to the fact that they otter to the theatregoing public an entirely different class of shows from any other socalled repertoire company Tim opening bill will bo Slaves of the Orient which ran for 230 consecutive nights at the Union Square Theatre in New York and is to bo staged in Frankfort with special Oriental scenery owned by the company and costumes made by Van Horn S Co Now York Mr Robert H Harris recognized today as the most prominent of Southern actors has secured the exclusive rights of this production to be played by a stock company at popular prices which arc to he 10 20 and 80 cents There will bo an entire change of program nightly and no waits between tho acts as all intnrmissions are filled with audevillo told Specialty features alone worth the price of admis sion Ladies will be admitted fre on the opening night when accom pained by person with one 80 cent ticket Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of tho skin Put an end toinitwry Doans Ointment cures At any drug store THE PLEASIUJK OF EATING indigortiontrouble will flit that Kodol Dys pepsia Cure digests what you oat and makes tho stomach sweet This remedy is a never failing cure for Indiuestinn and psia and all complaints Directing tho glands or membranes of the stom ash or digestive tract When you uvorythingevery bit of tho nutriment that your food contains is assimilated ILndtissuos JFNEDle7 erva CO JlC SPECIAL TRAINS F C Ry Sept 13 1003 Frankfort to Georgetown Lv Frankfort 700 a m Lv Stamping Ground 780 a m Arr Georgetown 760 a m Lv Frankfort 700 p m Lv Stamping Ground 730 p in Arr Georgetown 750 p m Georgetown to Frankfort Lv Georgetown 900 a m Lv Stamping Ground 920 a m Arr Frankfort 960 a m Lv Georgetown 1030 p m Lv Stamping Ground 1060 p m Arr Frankfort 1120 p in Fares for round trip either direc tion Georgetown StampingBetween Stamping Ground and Frankfort 85 cents 800 TO CHICAGO AND RE TURN MONON ROUTE The Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and re turn at ttfOO on September 211th and 28th limited returning to October 2nd account of the Chicago Centennial September 2th to October 1st Trains leave Lousville via Motion Route from Union Station inep grade of modern equipment in coaches diningcars parlor cars and Pullman Drawingroom Sloop orsFull information promptly furnished by addressing E HBACON D 1A Monon Route I ou isville Ky- LABOR CARNIVAL AND STREET FAIR Louisville Ky Sept 71J For tho above occasion the L X It R w ill soil tickets to Louis ville on Sept 7th limited to Sept 8th at 100 for round trip Also 011I Sept 12th Kith and 19th limited to ono day a tor sale for 245 for the round tripA V KITE Agent 51f genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold Iu ono tiny Pleasant to tak- erL r axattveISyrupINATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor 1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts ares the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about aj normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness 1 Bloated Feeling etc Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thaw any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 3 FOR FINE WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREET 1 FRANKFORT KY Fino watch and jewelry repairing a specialty All work anti goods strictly tvturantedIThe highest prico paid for old gold or taken in exchange for now work Jan 10013 ly y l Tn FrankfortRDumIaIJDUl Entered at the postotNce ut Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass innilnble matter OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 12 1903 A RARE OFFER We have made arrangements by which we can offer the best farm ers paper in the South the Home and Farm of Louisville together with the Roundaobut for the price rof the one paper the Roundabout at per year in advance Those wishing to subscribe under the new arrangement will please send in their names and the cash at once so that they can be in the front rank The Homo and Farm is at once a family and farmers paper It is full to the brim of instructive interesting and valuable matter that farmers and their wives cannot afford to bo without The Roundabout is tho peoples paper and always furnishes reliable news and clean reading matter Remember one dollar cash in ad vanco is the price and send in your orders OLD PAPERS FOR SALE We have several hundred old newsjipers for sale for cash Ap psvufc this olllce Lexington Morning Herald Sept t1 DR C C LEWJS We publish in another commit an account from time Owensboro Messenger of the lentil of our friend Di C C Lewis and put in record our sorrow at this sudden and untimely death and our alltc tlon and esteem for this friend Ho hud hardly reached his intellectual prime he was in the very harvest of an earnest laborious und most successul life toad surrounded b thoso he loved and wlio loved hitil with surpassing allocation he had won his place in the permanent esteem and confidence of his com nn and his acquaintance and the love anti gratitude of his pa tient surd their families und Similarly speaking thoro stretched out bo lore him years of comfortable 1Hutl fruitful labor In a loved pro and a lifo of honorable if success increasing influence and larger happiness Jn a moment without a struggle free froth pain but alone ho passed from the love and honors of this life to tho eter nal glory and ineffable bliss of tho lifo to come For those ho left behind our heart bloods to thom wo hold out loving sympathy and ten der love And yet ho has loft tho priceless legacy of a pure life and noble career the inestimable hcrit ago of an honorable name anti a loving association the unchanging influence of a spotless example and t an unselfish devotion Many years ago when a small lad wo know his scholarly und ole gant grand father when a youth just coming Into tho duties of lifo his manly and earnest father was our friend und during tho years of tho war his brothers wore our be loved comrades anti sinco tho our render have boon unselfish and friends and ho was our 1friund under all circumstances and i at all times and wo foci as if wo tt had lost a near and beloved rela tivo and mingle our tears with those who loved hunt t ItTfiNGEVERY THE 1 IN i DAY bu Everything THE FALL Our 11I1ts AND WINTER RoadytoWenr StAtd shTAILOR MADE Uptodate SUITS AND bFOR 1903SKIRTSAre The YerDRESSer ANDas low as you can buyof Workmanship in any city Style SILKS CALL AND SEE THEM And Fit PROGRAM Teachers Association To Be Held at Mt Carm ill Baptist Church Flat Creek Sept 19 1903 10 a m Opening Exercises Welcome Address W B Hensley 1080 Why is It necessary for a teacher to have a thorough course in PsychologyE R Jones R C JouettHow to teach beginners in writ ing Minnie Witt Ida Semones Country boys worth looking after Lucy Pattie A J Hulett How can we have more time for recitation Lizzie Hahn Elwood HamiltonNOON RECESS Furnishing the school building Stella Long B W Hensley How to teach beginners to read Lula Haydon How Jto teach Geography Etta to teach History and Civics 11 B Dorton Lizzie North Value of enthusiasm in school room Josie Moore School Libraries Lizzie Hahn Lengthening the school term E R Jones All teachers and friends to edu tjtendDiphtheria sore throat croup Instant relief permanent cure Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drug storeiJ UST RIGHT Wo are truly glad that Bishop Hendrix returned Rev C 7 Nu gent to the charge of the Methodist Church in this city for another term Mr Nugent is a fearless and pious Christian gentleman who lias won the respect of every who has come within his oneI ance since ho became pastor year ago HARRY B nESFOHD Love the ever resourceful theme of the playwrights will have a capa blo exponent through the quaint personality of Harry JJuresford who for this seasons olluring will give the thoatrogoing public a clover conception of Piofessor Good willie in J H Barrios brightest work The Professors Love Story Those who have soon this snide authors play The Little Minis tor anti have read his great char actor sketches may well anticipate a treat The Professor as played by Mr Beresford will give us a con ception that may bo classed new to the stage FOR SALE A firstclass banjo with case for sale cheap Apply at tills olllco 41tf THE GENUINE vs COUNTER FE1TS The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement Is never more forcibly appr0ISalvowithworthless substitutes that are on the market W S Lodbotlor of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit ono box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured mo For blind bleeding itching anti protruding piles no remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Sold by J W Gayle I REVIVALS STAMPING GROUND BAPTIST CHURCH The recent revival meeting closed on Sunday night last There were 12 persons re ceived upon profession of faith and baptism and 5 by letter Rev Dr J Frank Williams of Versailles assisted the pastor Rev T Warn BeagleNORTH FORK BAPTIST CHURCH Switzer The revival meeting closed at this church on Sunday night last There were 20 additions upon profession of faith and baptism and one by letter Rev P A Roach the new past or did all the preachin- gEVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH The meeting at this church closed on Thursday night of last week with two additions by baptism Rev E K Wright the pastor conducted the services C A S T O 3=1 1wflL Bean theihaSignature 111of terrG REUNION Mr Jos L Rodman and wife hold a happy reunion of their family on Saturday last Their five grown sons wore present Mr Thos B Rodman of Mt Sterling Mr Frank K Rodman of Cincinnati Mr Jno M Rodman of Memphis Tonn Mr Jos L Rod man jr of this city and Mr Hugh H Rodman of Louisville They had a flue time at their com fortable homo on Shelby street South Side DRS R G GOLDSTIEN OPTICIANS Will be at Room No o Capital Hotel on Monday and day Sept 21 and PlOSI The abuse of till delicate organ tho eye is a prevalent sin of this ago and country The Germans appreciating its dolioato structure and had a wise say CXuptIlent to saying dont touch the eye atallA further caution in refer once to tho eye is illustrated in tho experience o those negligent per sons who liropo tbiough lifo strain Ing and ruining the sight instead of consulting upon the first sign of weakness squinting or watering Another fatal mistake is made clinging too long to a favorite pail- of glasses that may have once suit ed tho conditions of sight perfectly and opened a now view of tho world but alms tho days have sped by and ago so changed tho retina as to render your glassos worse than useless Properly ad justed glasses will most certainly JIlHHHI and strengthen the eye while Improperly adjusted glasses uro positively so injurious as to bo many times worse than no glusos at all Let us advlso those who find the least interest in this article to avail themselves of an opportunity to consult lrs Goldstein and allow thorn to straighten tho matter out with thorn In short order They arc reliable and responsible ing In tho front rank of their pro fession and their skill is fully timid thoroughhly ostabisbod throughout tho territory in which they have practiced for many years Consultation and examination free Holt WEITZEL ODONNELL Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHesrt Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R lobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state as followsIt the reatespleasure that I r ommend Dr Miles Nrrvine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much cood they have done me Last winter I had a severe attack of La which left my heart in a very bad conduion I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on my left side for a long time I bottlesfrlEhtFonnerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettingnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a that I tried Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to othersaffiicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind BATTLESHIP KENTUCKY IN COLORS The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway has just had com plot d for distribution a largo order of pictures of the Battleship Kentucky which Is a work of art and should bo in every Kentucky home Tho picture is reproduced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph by Mr Enriquo Muellor the oHioiiil photographer for tho United States Navy taken as tho ship is leaving Now York harbor for a cruise It is done in colors the grey lighter slowly plowing its way through tho carefully shaded green of the sea and carping at tho top of her flag tHff the stars and stripes in their natural rod white and blue I It is admirably suited for fram hag but as it is gotten out on heavy fiveply enamel cardboard it will prove an ornament to any homo without framing Six cents in postage sent to L J Irwin 1of tho popular Henderson Route at Louisville Ky will bring this beautiful picture to your homo No need to fear sudden attacks 01 cholera infantum dysentery diar rhoea summer complaint of any sort if you have Dr Fowlors Ex tract of Wild Strawberry in the medicine chest OWES HIS LIFE TO A NEIGH BORS KINDNESS g Mr n P Daughorty woll known throughout Mercer and Sumner counties W Va most likely owes his life to tho kindness of a neigh bor Ho was almost hopelessly allllctod with diarrhoea was at tended by two physicians who gavo him little if any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious condition brought him a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him in loss than twentyfour hours For sole by all druggists rr 14 KENTUKCY FAIR DATES Bowling Green September 16 3 days daysVanceburg19 Kentucky State Fair Owonsboro September 21 6 days ysFalmonthOhio County Fair at Hartford September 30 to October 3 inclu sive PEAKS MILL Rain is much needed in this vi cinityMr Polk Lawrence and family attended church at Switzer Satur day night and Sunday Miss Flossia Lawrence who is living in Frankfort with her brother Reuben Lawrence is at homo for a few days spentthomother Mrs Robert L Penn Mr G W Parker Is adding an other room to his house on High View It will help tho appearance of tho old one very much Mr and Mrs W F Rambo of this place attended church and the baptizing at Switzor last Sunday Mrs D G Tit lnlous of LouisIville who has been visiting friends and relatives for the past two weeks has returned homo youngdoctorsays all of his patients arc getting well What more do we want Capt Wilder and wife of Louis vine are here the guests of Mr Henry Church and family Mrs Lula Bacon is teaching our fall term of school and is progr ing quite well Silo has an avn age of 25 pupils That Is doing quite woll as wo havo but a few in this district some 85 or Mr G W Cleveland of Butte Montana who has been here on a weeks stay with his fatborln law Mr Frank Bacon returned home last week Measles are raging in this and adjoining neighborhoods The doctors jnonounco the disease German measles Hoping to hoar from store of our correspondents to the dear Old Roundabout I will close KING BEE O j SJ 1 0 FX AIBenrs tholima lava Signature Mfof Consumption The only kind of consump tion to fear is neglected consumptionPeople learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul sion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checked Send for free sample SCOTT UOWNE ChemIsts 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and f all druggists tIr I t 1 L JI1 Rur Jv lJ r lJl S 1 i IT 1fRI 1 E D F E R NI SE RIAL Redfern A Is Batiste Corset Just the right shape and right length for the- Fashion Faultless Figure Price 300 IIIAll the above are have fully enulneII Y YS FARMERRMainStreet Kentucky APPOINTMENTS MADE BY r KENTUCKY ENOE CONFER The following is a list of the ap pointments of ministers for the Kentucky Methodist Conference as made by Bishop E R Hendrix at Cynthinna on Monday last The Conference will meet with the Hill J i street Methodist Church at Lex ington on the first Monday in Sep tember 190- 4FRANKFORT DISTRICTW T Rowland presiding elder e FrankfortC J Nugent ParisJ L Clark Georgetown M F Moores Ghent R M Lee WarsawE E Holmes OddvilleW A Hostetter PetersburgW L Selb- yTolsgroveJ N Ison Port RoyalJ M Mathews GratzE J Terrell F Cosgy IHintonB B Saunders J R Nelson Mt HopeW A Penn Now Columbus S W Porter Millorsburg S M Martin President Millorsburg Female Col legeCol C C Fisher Chaplain State Penitentiary T Taliaferro IP MAYSVILLE DISTRICT J R Doering presiding elde- rMaysvllloC F Evans East Maysvillo and Concord H 32 Roseborry Mt Carmel J M Gardner Gorman to wn S H Pollitt Mt Olivet d W Harris Hillsboro J L West Tollcshoro F D Palmotor Tilton stud Neptune W W Spates Flemingsburg W S Grinstead Bethel and Sharpsburv J T J FiseiVancebarrR H Wrigh- tlforfltJddJ E Wright Owingsville J lL Fuqua Saltwell E K Kidwell I J Carlisle F M Hill l Shannon und Sardis W T Eelfij IerWashingtonGeotgo I Froh DANVILLE DISTRICT J W Ii Simpson presiding older 1 Danville J O A Vaught J Perry ville Joshua Gib i Mackville R H Hobbs QSalt River Green V Todd Morolaml Peter Walker t Wilmoro C M Humphrey Somerset F T Mclntyre I TJurnside B M Nelson Burgin told BryantsvilloM D burnf and Barbourvillo C K Dickey A Sawyers P Pillow IBrodhendr supplied Jones To ho supplied W Crates tII Lancaster E H Poarco Stanford P J Ross Proachersvlllc To be supplie- dHnrrodsburgwif F Vaughn President Asbury College J W Hughes SHELBYVILLE DISTRICT D L W Robertson presiding older I Sholbyville F W Watts Simpsonvillo r J Dickey 01IBloomflold O J Chandlor Christiansburg N F Wyatt Beech Fork George W Boswel- lBeardsIa G Watts Chanlin W S Maxwol tProstonvillo E L Gritty ShilohC L Bohon jt iS 1iS Jf clYl ICarrolltonB E Lancaster Baird Milton J H Williams Campbellsburj H C Wright New CastlePIC Eversole LagrangeC A Brqmley Pleasureville W W Green Missionary to Cuba C H Greer LEXINGTON DISTRICT E G Mann presiding older Hill StreetU G Foote EpworthW O Sadler SpearsE K Arnold VersalllesW E Arnold Winchester J R Savage Mt SterlingH G Turner Camargo A Redd Grassy LickJ R Peoples North MiddletonF P Jones Clay City To be supplied Campton W P Taylor Jackson M W Hiner Irvine W B Ragin Fronchburg and Hazel GreenC- W Williams Hindman and Hazard C A GossettNicholasville F Taylor Colege HillB O Beck West Liberty W J Jackson Morehead J R Word COVINGTON DIS TRICTJ S Sims presiding elder Scott StreetV W Darlington Eleventh StreetWIL Cark NewportL Robinson CynthiannF K Struve Visalia T W Barker FalmouthW M Britt ButlerM L Clark Augusta Price T Smith Erlanger and Walton F S Pol littFloroneeJ W Carter Kelat C E Savage Williamstown J D Redd Highlands J P Stawther FosterF A Savage Alexandria T B Cook W Johnson Brooksvillo B F Chatham Hughes Chapel and Rig Stone H R Mills CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Tu Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANT CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com pant A WOMANS COMPLEXION It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove willowness or greasiness of the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by thuboauty doctors Tho only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is b purifying and enriching the bloui- which can only ho accomplished by keeping the liver healthy lord active Tho liver is tho seat of dis ease and blood pollution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches tho blood purifies the complexion It also cures constipation biliousness nervousness and induces refresh ing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has boon known to cure tho most pronounced and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion Now trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all drug gists cc J t4J4Q t RedfernJ Also is a Batiste Corset Not quite so long as A But a most excellent Shape for- Medium figures Price 350 BESTPRICES These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and ifat any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll Frankfort Ky iS 0 We Have On Hand For iTHE SEASON Jf Great Variety Fine Whiskeys l ynag Spring Hill 4 tt Old Taylor Old Crowtf11it OFC 1 tl Hermitage it- jv If yon wish to send a friend 1 tr something good call and see Jt A us Also cj 7V J Rudolph Bauer Candies r 1F t Nuts and everything good tlr eat in the can goods line You are rlr invited to call and we will show you 1 ifa all our fine goods whether you buy or 1 not t JMSAFFELL SON Sll = 212 ANN STtfw 1A 1 t 1 if lL 1 t 11t lti t li tw ik 1o Wlsrl Jf PIi i v iii 1 as rarcer + FRENCH LICK AND i WEST BADEN SPRINGS In the highlands of Indiana a two hour ride fromjLouisville there How wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in EuropeA visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the SCellel and surround ing country tho nil and the opportunities for recrea tion are better the hotels and accommodations are much finer at French LickWest Baden Springs and this entleman is a native of Switzerland Thin splendidly woodtil liilU with tho cool iuviuonitint nil of liiKlihiiuls whcro one cult rambles in I tho depths of tl fortut or rides and drlvtrs mnnii tilt muiuinnw liridlu paths and roadwiiyn afford pleasuro for those who dfsirw rust and at splen did and taslnos out can till the entertainnient and social pleasures possible at the most fashlonablo resorts On The MONON ROUTE For booklet telling nIl about the waters Motel Rates and full information write E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky t 4S iIl Jio r 1utt Redfern R or W Is a fuller shape Stouter Corset For plump figures Long over the hips Correct shape And extremely comfortable Price 5 and 7 and enjoy Dr Cadys Condlffon Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier andIvermifuge They are not food buy medicine and the best in use to put I horse in prime condition Price 21 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf C 0 TIME TABLE 12toSOCT1IAM PM Lexington 820 690- 90JITankiort 618 Sbelbyville 1001 708 U Louisville 1100 800 NORTH No 22 INo AM PM Louisville 830 6fhelbyvllle 928 700 HKiiKfort 1018 748 A Lexington 1115 840 hacks Iidre4G1o1jes t Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE s Two loses give relief and one box wil euro any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak add Lame Back Rheumatism and nil irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in butt men and women Sold tit 50 cents per box on tho No Cure Jso Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drugstores Frankfort Ky May Ily DISTRESS AFTER EATING CURED Judgo W T Holland of Greens bur La who is veil and favorably known frays Two years ago suffered greatly from indigestion After eating groat distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights wore rest loss I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me untiioly Now my sloe is refresh Ing and digestion perfect Sold by J W Ga- yleARE YOU- Worrying I Work has slain its thousands Hut worry its tens of thou sands Take our advlce Use J E M jItsSold onlybyIGROCERS j E ffl milling CD 1 I Y RELIGIOUS fASO N SlON E PI S COP AL CHURCH Rov A B Chinn flee 7aOISundayjschool session held in the chapel a m Morning Prayer and Sor Won 780 p m Evening Prayer and Address Wednesday 730 p m in the Short Evening Prayer and Address Friday 730 p m In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and dis cussion of the lesson for following Sunday cordiallyInvited CHURCHReyhill preach at 11 a m and 780 ro in the courthouse At 780 oclock the pastor will preach the fourth of a series of ser mons on The Life of David illustrating the doctrines of Grace Sundayschool at 945 a m in the courthouse Baptist Young Peoples Union adjourned until the repairs on the church building are completed Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun dayschool room of the First Pres byterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev willrSundayschool 080 a m in the l Christian Endeavor Society will meet at 645 in the chapel 1Topic Feasting That Makes Leader Marcus Jones 1 Prayermooting Wednesday even i ing at 745 in the chapel y HappyThe to attend these services and especially fdstrangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH = Revz Father Thomas S Major Rector i Low Mass at 780 a m tHlgh Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780- Sundayschool at 2 p m tt M FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Blayiat 11 a m and 730 p m mtf ayatIi 7580 p nit Tb Hlo lf frdiaUy invited to I Rttr r METH iDJSl CHURCH T It I first Tuarterly Meeting of the New Conferen ce Year will be held to PresidingElderrollton Preaching at 11 a m and 780 p J1 Sund yschool at 980 a m Projerweoting Wednesday night at oclock The public cordially invited to attend E4SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the a Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p SundRYRohooll at 980 a ir Young Peoples Society at 680 Prayermeeting Wednesday night l at78Up in The public cordially invited to attend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH Sundayschool at 280 Everybody invited to attend 1870 TO pREENSBORO N C AJJsD RETURN From Lhuisvllle via Southern- I By Out Slth and luth account Re re Union Nonresident North Caiolin ft returningfifteen t For full particulars call on Southern Ry f C HHUNGERFORDD Ky t I NEW ORGANISTAND M USJCAL ttDIIUOrlOnfi Prof Ruliff V Stratton a grad ofIfIt Episcopal Church Ho is a first class musician both vocal and in A1struinental has also boon en asJMmental music at Franklin Female fSl 4 Institute this city 111111Sito the musical talent of our olty STOMACH TROUBLE I I have boon troubled with my stomach for the past four OUlstt says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach mud I Liver Tablets I have taken part of them and fool a groat deal but te14If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25c For sale by all druggists I III a AllIIto be one of tho few novelties of the present theatrical season will bo one of the early offerings at the Capital Theatre Tho plot and play aro something new as In tho un ravelling of the story every branch of stago work is represented by the characters in tho play For those liking action there are strong melodramatic climaxes for lovers of comic opera charming operatic scenes admirers of rich comedy are well supplied while those en joying a bit of variety will revel in superior singing and dancing while a touch of vaudoville is given in the circus scone in the I i act The title of this unique attraction is Dare Devil Dorothy and is styled by Its authors as ft melodramatic musical comedy novelty The scenes are located in England and Australia and are said to bo exceed- Ingly realistic A superb and OX pensive company has been organ ized by the managers Messrs F G Berger and H T ONeil who have secured a big winner in Dare Devil Dorothy The company is booked for a long run in New York beginning at an early date DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Hon R Frank Peak will address the Democratic voters of this county at tho Courthouse on Monday afternoon at oclock- REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republican dolegates ap pointod at the precinct conventions of Thursday will meet at the Court house this afternoon to send dele gates to the Railroad Commission ore Convention at Louisville TRAGEDY AVERTED Just In the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Cou hsCoJds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by all drug t Price 50o and 100 Trial bottles free FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT R A Peter Admr etc PlffH Order of v ReferL F Johnson Admr etc Defts ence POSCYiMaRtermake and re rt settlement with L L Peter as surviving Executrix of Alllsonin B Todd deceased of her accounts as such executor and of the accounts of said Allison B Todd the deceased executrix of James M Todd deceased and agent for the deviates of Allieonln B Todd and he will make and settlement w th R A Peter as administrator with the will annexed of Allisonia B Todd deceased and as agent for the devisees under her will And said commissioner will also receive and report all claims and debts respectively against estate of said Jamea M Todd deceased and againstthe estate of Allieonia B deceased together with lien there be securing tho same The said personal representatives nro ordered to make settlements with said Commissioner Ths creditors of James M Todd deceased undo Alllrania B Todd de appearbeforebefore September 2lst and their claims against estates rlqulrcd law Notice of order shall be published in the Frankfort Roundabout for three consecutive weekn POSEYtMnRter C C 3t mJ fi H 0 Ij fALL SPICES I Good spices are desirable 9l at any time they arc nee lr essary now for tho results of your care and laboriduring the canning pickling season may de pend upon them We buy spices as carefully as tho r must delicate drugs wo have results to for our caution flhowI find other dealers means of knowing s twlother or not their RIlces are pure Wo have Our spices go farther and givo Netter results andJ1hence would be if our prices were higher which they are notW I Puro old VINEGAR vinegar Is of our ciiHoniiblu would liko to hove you nnotJwriand tIt the kind wo curs J anteed to bo absolutely for thor it surpasses E that you con Jet in town i1 J W Gayle jIf DRUGGIST Cor Ann and Broadway Kyf i W p- J 18I 0 0 FROM LouisvilleTO TexasAR- KANSAS OKLAHOMA and INDIAN TERRITORY POINTS AND RETURN Via the Popu- larHenderson Route Date of Sale October 20 1903 Return Limit 21 Days ASK FOR INFORMATION E M Womack G L Garrett City Pass Agt Trav Pass Agt- L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat COLORED FAIR Stamping Ground Sept 1710 1003 For the above occasion tho F C Ry will sell routed trip tickets nom points on its lino at one faro for the trip Tickets on sale Sept 1719 1503 good returning un tho 21stS E HUTTON G P A CROUP symptomschilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respiration Give frequent small doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at the first sign of a frequentlyBallards nally to the throat 50c at Paul B Weitzels HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAM BERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY BL Byer a well known cooper of this town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer He had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could get nothing to do him any good until he tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Lit tle merchant Hancock Md For sale by all druggists OAWXOazBean the1te Hart BIpaue dof ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R Of Interest To- srrOClHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting at Chicago Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at its offices in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 21 1903 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shakos of the capital stock of tho Illinois Control Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of tho Company at the close of business on Tues day September 29 1N08 who is of full ago a ticket enabling him or hor to travel free over the Com panys Lines from tho station on tho Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to bo good for the journey to Chicago only during tho four days immo diatoly preceding and the day of the mooting and for tho return journey from Chicago only on time day of the meeting and the four days immediate following when properly countersigned ad stamped duiring business hoursthat is to say between 000 a in and 500 min the onion of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G liruen in Chicago Such ticket may bo obtained by any holder of stock reg istered as above on application in writing to tho President of the Company in Chicago Each appli cation must state the full name and address of tho stockholder exactly as given in his or hor certificate of stock together with tho number and into of such certificato No more than ono person will bo carried froo in respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on the books of the company A G HACKSTAFF V Secretary Out A NICE Arm Rocker Solid Oak or Mahogany Finish 165 R Rogers Sons LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTHWEST AND CALIFORNIA From September until Novem ber 30 1903 tho Burlington makes very low oneway solonist rates to California Oregon Washington Idaho Montana Tho reduction is from 25 to 40 per coat from the reg ular rates THE WAY 10 GO The Burlington with its strong main lines und free chair cars best roaches the West und NorthwestIvia Denver Billings or The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Express is the great daily train with chair cars und throughI sleepers via Billings Puget Sound and poiu tsIperson- ally conducted California excur sions in through tourist sleepers are just the thing for coast tourists and settlers The route is Denver Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS These are run the first and third Tuesdays of each month at approx imately half rates for tho round tripIt will be a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to anyinquiriesL Genl AgentSt Mo W M SHAW D P A 46 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio GERMAN SYRUP Wo want to Impress on our read ers that BoBoheos German Syrup is positively tho only preparation on the market today that does relieve and cure consumption It contains the Specifics such as pure tar extracts of gums etc which have been so highly endorsed for thu cure of coughs colds and con sumption by the great medical congresses The consumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and bo free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning The dis eased parts want rest healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all druggists WOMENS SYMPATHY Is Proverbial Frankfort Women No Exception How much wo owe to thee sympathetic side of womankind When others they cheerfully lend a helping hand They toll you tho moans which brought relief to them that you may profit by their exper ience Read tho testimony given lion by a Franfkort woman Mrs Margaret Weltel of 318 hero street wife of Lucas Weitzul baker by trade now retired says For n number of years I suffered from a persistent aching across time small of my back und through the kidneys At times my back was so bad that I could hardly sit still got up or down or lift anything even of ordinary weight At night it bothered mo so that r could not rest comfortably and when 1 first arose in the morning I felt trod und worn out Tho kidney secretions wore irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing de posited a heavy sediment I saw loans Kidnoy Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gaylos drug store and began to use thorn In a fow days I noticed that tho se cretions had assumed a natural ap pearance tho pains and aches left mo and I felt as woll as over after completing the treatment Nothing pleases mo more than to speak a word in favor of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United StatesRemember tho name Doans and take no substitute J If IICASTOR Bears the- Signaturo of liSOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLouisville IJinesi ICorrected TABLE to June 35 19011 Louisville Division no No 5 No8- nm pm pm Lv LuLsvlllo 7400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lnwrcnceburg 955 620 935 1016 642 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No2 No 0aIn pm Rm 711Ar605 445 730Versailles 825 5I2 755 Lnwrenceburg 843 540 870 Sholbyvillo 720 62e 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 andLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 5 and 6 Through Obser Harrodgburg thSouthviaKnoxvillearrivingLexingtonBetween SiLouIlNSt No4 No 2 18fiOam1000pmAr No8 Neo1 Lv fit Laois 808 am 1000 p7mv Ar Princeton M p m 8 a m Huntinpburg 265pm 425 am-546 p m 710 a m- No10 NO2f Lv Louisville mr8508 nv Ar 16oop m 1145 amEvansville m 180 p mu No9 No Ia Lv Evansville a ml 115 p m Ar Huntingbnrg 908 a m 250 p m- Ar Louisville ll69a ml 545 p m Trains Nos 2 3 and run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louisu villo and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville Louis villa trains between Louisville and St LouisCarry Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars with buffet npplTtoH R Spencer S H Hartlwiok GB Allen G PAI L k If TIME TABLE Effective June 7 1903 SOOTHlOlliNO p M or1INO61 ltjxlnitnr 88 tfPli Fra11 fut WI J5 r Louisville Lsgraore eo 125IdOl IIOOOI nitirn INolfi NoU IOlOIN062 PM AM Louisville aW 72r 4im 610 usraiiuA 2f3 R2f 600 Frankfort 420 940 0H 722 vtitwHj- rir 45 750 Lexington 5aJ 106i 820 PI nnd run on Sunday only AU otbor trains dully except Sunday THE PROPER TREATMENT FOR A SPRA INED ANKLE As a rule a man will feel well satisfied if ho chili hobblo around on crutches two or three weeks after spraining his ankle and it is usually two or throe months beforo lie has fully recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time for in many oases in Which Chamberlains Pain imam has been promptly and freely applied a complete euro has boon effected in less than oho weeks time and in sonic case within throo lays For sale by all druggists II = Uriels Silkweed and Wild Sweet Potato It Cures Thats Sure The Ideal Blood Purifier usilo by J W Gaylo W H Avorill and Paul 3J Woitel Frank ft h onttickv IM r CARRIEDo ARM ACOSIMcDANiDL Mr Edgar Arnmcosr of Manchester Jhlo and Miss Lydia MoDaniol of- his city were inariiod at Man hester Ohio on Monday aftor Ijnoon The groom was recently oin ployed by Mr W G Mandoville in this city while the bride is the second daughter of Mr N I Mc Daniel of this city She left hero Son Wednesday of last week to visit friends at Latonia Mr Armacost I joined her Sunday and together I they wont to his homo to be married HANRAHANEGBERTAt the residence of Mr Bon Marshall Campbell street on Thursday after xioon Mr James E Hanrahan and Miss Gorinne Egbert were married toy Rev Father T S Major Mr Hanrnhan is an efficient and popular young man who has been for several years a resident of this cityHis bride is the youngest daugh iter of the late Mr Chris T Egbert of this city and is one of the sweet test AQ prettiest girls ever raised mere The coremony was performed in the presence of only the immediate fall1lliesIThe wedding presents were num arous useful and ornamental The happy couple left on the 2 oclock F 0 train for a short wedding tour after whioh they will make their home in this city Hearty congratulations are ex itendd PARKERHARRODIn this oily on Wednesday evening Mr f Richard T Parker and Miss Maude c Harrod wore married by Rev Wm crowe of the Southern Pros t toyterlan Church Mr Parker is a valued employe of the Lt N railroad in this city populardaughter rod and is loved by all who know herThe happy pair loft over the C 0 for a short trip CongratulationsBOWMARBOWMAR V e r sailles on Wednesday evening Mr Herman Bowmar of St Paul Minn and Miss Fannie Adams Bowmar of Versailles wore mar Tied by Rev W E Arnold of the MethodistOhulohIr wide awake and sweetest and prettiest girls She is a daughter of the late Mr Jos M Bowmar and Mrs Charlotte Thornton Bowmar She is a cousin of Mr Alox T Lewis of this city Tho happy young couple loft im mediately after tho marriage for their home at Minneapolis Congratulations are extended MAJORBILLAN Birming ham Ala on Tuesday Mr Sher- woodv Major and Miss Billan were marriedMr is a well known young civil engineer son of Col John B Major and was raised here His bride is said to bo a handsome and attractive lady The young couple came in last night and are guests of his aunt Mrs Kate Williams IA PURGATIVE PLEASURE If you over took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or con purHnthotlo pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without pro Theydogive tone and strength to tho tissues and organs involved W H saysNoLittle Early Risers for constipa uyJRAISED FROM THE DEAD C W Landis Porter for tho Oriental Hotel Chonuto Kan says T know what it WitS to sul fur with neuralgia deed 1 did cool I got a bottle of Billiard Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to got seine moro but before had deposed of my otilo was arloclentirely I urn 11ndo too 2 io riUe and 100 nt Paul B Woitols a COtTNTV CLERK Wo nro nut horliwd to announco X 1J SMITH Esq as a oHnclhlllto for roolnution as County Court Clerk subjout to tho action of the Democratic prlmur52te OPENING OF SEASON On Monday evening Sept 14 1903 tho doors of tho Capital Theatre will be thrown opon to tho theatre going public of Frankfort and vicinity A largo force of workmen have boon engaged in improving tho interior of the theatre during tho past two weeks and on Monday night it will doubtless compare favorably with any theatre in Contra Kentucky The lighting and heating system has been greatly otherIseason will open with the celebrated Har ris Parkinson Stock Co in one of the strongest plays of their splendid repertoire Slaves of the Orient which enjoyed a run of 230 consec utive nights on Broadway in New York City and which is said to be one of the strongest plays ever put on by a popular priced repertoire the week such highclass royalty plays as Resurrection The Little Minister The White Squadron The Commodore A True Kentuckian will be pre sented The peoples prices will prevail all week 100 20o and 80o and on Monday night ladies will be admitted free if accompanied by a paid 80o ticket provided same is reserved at Barretts before 0 p m Monday Sept 14 In addition to booking all the leading popularpriced attractions Manager McNamara has also secured for the Capital Theatre some of tho most notable plays that have ever visited Frankfort and several that the local theatregoers have never before been fortunate enough to witness unless they went to Louisvillo or Cincinnati to do so It is to bo hoped that the theatre going public will show their appre ciation for his efforts to please them by patronizing the splendid shows that will be brought hero this sea sonAmong tho most notable attrac tions that has boon booked at the Capital Theatre are- HarrisParkinson Stock Co Pecks Bad Boy Dare Devil Dorothy Fausts Minstrels Wilbur Opera Co Telephone Girl Chas B Hansford Tho Taming of tho Shrew The Governors Son Co The Devils Auction Hov Van Zllo in As Ypu Like It Quinlan t Walls Minstrels Dilger Carroll Co Tho Profs Love Story Harry Boresford Tho Little Christian A Fool and His Money Pock and His MothorinLaw Al G Fields Minstrels That Impudent Young Couple A Gentleman from Gaskony David Harum A Wise Woman When Johnnie Comes Marching Home HowardDorset Co Tho Storks Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Prince of Philsen Opera Tho Sign of tho Cross OperaToss HopkinsHowardDorset Co Tho Little Homestead Arizona The County Chairman DumptyVogols GrandpaChinese lUOOU Way Down East PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTS nolninentdreg request9llbyHorhint for the benefit of our cus tomors Wo ordered throo dozen in SInHurhlnolupliuato1thiswo gave your salesman another or icrieyHorbine uOo a bottle aPL jj Woitzols LATEST FASHION NOTES A Waist With Novel Fichu Legofmutton shoves promise to bo very popular this summer and nro soon in tho bodice horo de picted Tho principal feature of this waist Is tho novel fichu which extends well out on to the shoulder and moots in a point just ahovo the waist line Tuoks also add to its further decoration and aro used to good effect in tho upper part of the sleevesElbow sleeve bracelet and mitt are coming into vogue Of mitt there are many kinds shown but the most durable and beautiful are those which are of very fine hard twisted silk in very fine meshes These are embroidered by hand after they are made FRANKLIN FEMALE INSTITUTE Next Session Begins Sept 14 For further information call on or address- J B CASSIDAY 504tDR BUCKMASTERS OSTEOPATH Office at Mrs Bary Souths resi dence 434 Ann Street HoursTuesdayThursday DURING SEPTEMBE- REXAMINATION PRLL521m ANCIENT TORTURE How it has Been Revived in Modern Times An ancient method of poisoning criminals was to force them to swal low large quantities of bulls blood Bulls no poison at all agonyThIshardening of the bulls blood in the stomach The pressure of this solid mass on the heart lungs and othervital or fatallyThatsyour food doesnt digest it remains in a hard lump in the stomach Gasesare formed which crowd and sometimes actually displace other organs Many cases of supposed heart disease are duo to indigestion The pressure upon the iutigs interferes with breathing A dis ordered stomach effects the whole body By the use of such a preparation as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure all this trouble is removed Before food can be assimI- lated into the system it must be reduced to proper condition by the di gestive fluids If any of these fluids are lacking perfect digestion is im- possIble Dyspepsia Cure supplies the missing fluids Stomach troubles cant be cured by dieting The system demands both asulllciency and a variety of food You cant get well or stay well without it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach to take care of any kind of good food It renders dieting unnecessary It digests what you eat In this way it rests the stomach This rest soon restores thestomach to perfect health Kodol Cure helps tho children tooleak and sickly little ones thrive on it It never During the last few years my stomach Vcis in such condition that I couldnt retain the food I ate writes Henry Williams of Boonville Mo Two months ago I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A few bottles have cured me entirely I can now eat and enjoy anything i want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Cures all Stomach Troubles Prepared only liy E C DrWiTT Co Chicago Tho fll1ottll contains 2s times UiuSOc size ONE MINUTE cough Cure Cues quickly Thats what its made for or stile by J W Guylo drug gig The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has boijtio the signature of has been made under his per dIEsupervision since its infancy i no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipationtand Flatulency It assimilates the Food Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctfhe Signature of Tie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years nun TKCCT NW LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCTOBER 19 1902 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DallyEx No2 No4 Stations ails Ex DallyI Sund Daily No A M A M A M P Leave Leave Ar Ar 225 7W 0 Lexington 0 1010 905 810 825 20 Winchester 55D 356 013tO Clay City 489 406 923 Stanton 923I 489 438 954 Natural Bridge 401 449I 1008 Torrent 847 Beattvville Junction 826 611 1029Jo 011 Junction i11I 286 615 111 00I194 JacksonI 94I 236 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No 2mI No No Daily Daily Stations DallyMLsEx Stunt Ex Scud Mis PMAr PMAr A M Lye P M Lye 8s6 1120 0 Jackson 915 2M 116 6 O K Junction n1O 280 nli2 Wilhurst US 8H1I 1156 Hampton U2 Lee W 18 Helidawn 2 Iil 123 1SI Cannel City 7 103 Nos and make close connuctions for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Kentucky Divia on dully except Sunday Sos anti connect nt L S E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points Nos and connect tit Beattyvillo Junction with L A for Beattyrillo dully except unday J R BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A CREAM WWHITES Best In Qunllty For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies timingSOLD SY ALL DBDGrGrXXSP- npared br JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway KodolDigestswhat Eat Dyspepsia CureYou might as ellput fuel under a boiler without burning it and expect the engine to run as to cat food and not digest it and expect to keep up nourishment for your body You must have nourishment to llvo and when you cannot digest your food honor DYSWJISIA CUHB will do it for you with no aid whatever from the stomach It contains exactly thsameelements as Natures digestive fluids and cant help but produce tli same results David Taylor Blind Ridge Pa writes been afllicted fogy a number of years with dyspepsia and have tried various remedies wituout good results but was cured by one bottle of KODOL DYSPEISIA Cum I cannot say too much in its favor It cant help but do you goodPrepared by K 0 DoWltt Co Chicago rho bottlo contains tones the 50c sizo when you need soothingandhealing application forplies sores and skin diseases use DeWitts Witch Hazel SALVE Beware of counterfeits FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE a fly j TTT sizes 50 cts and WALTUEB PEPTON1ZED POST PltUbRrgh STAMPING GROUND Mr Howard Wilkerson of Lexington was in our town Sunday Miss Mattie Motllershead of Fay Btte county visited her sister Mrs T J Brunor this week Mr Zach Roberts and daughter Of Owen county were guests of his Boninlaw Mr R C Head last weekThe Buffalo Springs Academy opened on Monday with Prof J T Wash as principal Misses Sallie Lindsay and Catherine Plummer are assistants There was a good attendanceMr Wilhoit and wife and Miss Lily McGraw of Monterey were guests of Messrs W P and W 0 Wigginton last week SpringsIndMr Sam A Thomas sold to Mr Wm Cassidy of Owen county a farm containing 218 acres known as the It big blackberry patch for 6500 cash There wore no houses on the farm The protracted meeting at the Baptist Church on Sunday night with 17 additions 12 by bap Sunday morning in the presence of a audience Buy Dr J F- Williams who did such fine preach fug during the meeting has re turned to his home in Versailles cDrr with him the respect and odhfldence of this whole commun ityNearly all the tobacco in this sec tion has been cut and a large per cent put in the barns UNO WORKING OVERTIME bythosoKings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel trouble Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25o at all druggists WALTHS rriornz I POST I Takes Right Hold and helps back to vigorous health A pleasant tonic K foodcontaining the elements of nu= trition in easily digestible form Doctors have long prescribed it for inva lYZfETwo 100 baptizing I COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court day and there was a large crowd of people in town There was a very considerable amount of stock on the market but the sales were limited buyers not wishing to pay the prices asked by owners Messrs Barringer Co of Shel byville bought quite a bunch of good horses at private prices- MORPHINE Can Morphine and Other Drug Habits Be CuredI It has been long contended by physicians that there is no cure for the drug habit This is true so far as the rank and file of the medical profession are concerned The rea son therefor is that they are ig norant of the full scope and nature of the disease but fortunately for the cause of suffering humanity we have demonftated that the mor phine or other drug habits can be cured and guarantee an absolute permanent and painless cure to those addicted to the use of drugs if thoy will take our treatment and follow our instructions Each case submitted to us receives individual attention tend treatment from an experienced nerve specialist Wo do not detain you from business Wo give Immo diate relief Appetite for drugs is destroyed and appetite for food is today fqr our free booklet and free trial treatment All correspondence strictly confidential in plain envelopes Address MANHATTAN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway Now York City in LLids conva- lescentsand = weak orrun= down people A SURE CURE FO RDIAR RHOEA Coming as it does in the busiest season when a man can least afford to lose time a sure and quick cure for diarrhoea is very desirable Any one who has given it a trial will tell you that the quickest surest and most pleasant remedy in use for this disease is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy There is no loss of time when it is used as one or two doses of it will cure any ordinary attack It never fails not even in the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by all druggists Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nioeats what you eat KadolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificlally digests the food and aids Nature in suengtdening aud recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latestdlscovereddigest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in elliciency stantly relieves and permanently cures Flatulence Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headaohe GastralgiaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion Erlco 50c and Large s re contains times small size Book all about dyspepsia mutlodrrec Prepared by E C DaWTT AGO Cblcajjo For sale by J W Gayle SPECIAL TRAIN Lexington Colored Fair Sept llth The L N R R will run a spe Sopt11thm Returning leave Lexington 1030 p m Fare going and return lug on special Train ONLY 65 cents for tho round tripA RITE Agent OLD TAYLOR TIlE PIIiI R KENTUCKY WHISKEYJl E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky r WbfDAWom D els Depressed lhas frequent head chcs n hat ctso or nerveslack otnppcttte Ina ll1t wellfeeling n goneitiallotncccssarily coma dire female malady Its the LfvcFoDont fall to get today at your druggists a bottlo HERJMNEwill 11feellint bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway WE ARE THE SOLE G ENC Y FOR THE BEST FARM FENCE MADETHE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE us your house Plans we will Ifigureclose with you on anything in our line of Hardware Cement Plaster Paints ETC ETC FRANK G STAGG 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily Through sleeping car service for serviceI taco tickets now on For further Information call on or address- R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville H 0 TOWNSEND KyIGen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis tt Koltsuousc WamwR b BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE T- OCALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION FTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P At 4 ft Cor Atii und Alurkut Kts Ixmiwill wvdW4w rN 1lNAVrr SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO HOT SPRINGS ARK On each Wednesday and Saturday from July 4th to Sept 80th inclu sive the L N R R will sell round trip tickets to Hot Springs Ark at ono fare plus 200 Tick ets limited to days from date of sale A V HITS Agent GOOD FARM FOR SALE rA farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pondvwell and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of rvwdiand brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargain The farm is located near Farmdalc and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office Health and Pleasure Resorts WITH MEDICINAL WATERS TilE LINE OP TOE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD AND TilE Yazoo And Mississippi Valley RAILROAD WeILitCoopersWelLregularly established health and pleasure sorts medicinal waters as a and having hotel accommodations They are located on or contiguous to the lines of tho Illinois Central and Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroads IN TilE UPUIND t- fMississippi Send to the undersigned for a free copy of an illustrated book describing them In addition Hardin Springs Grayson Springs Dawson Springs Cerulean Springs and Grit tenden Springs WESTERN KENTUCKY and Crcal Springs and Dixon Springs in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS are similar resorts concerning which an illustrated book has been issued which can be had free on undersignedA A Illinois Central R R Chicago Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed FARM For Sale orJExchange I offer for sale my farm of 7S acres located on Owonton pike g miles from city 10 acres in cultiva tion Plenty of water good barn brick residence and good cabin About four acres in orchard Place is part of Cling OHara farm Will sell or exchangepropertyApply MISS LIZZIE HAHN or C L HAHN at 448m R IC McClure Sons FOR SALE A residence in South Frankfort inquire at Mattern Photographer H44 Main street 601 m- CHEAP EXCURSION TO CIN CINNATI September IHfch On September 13th the L N Rv R will run a special train to Cincinnati leaving Frankfort at T a m returning leave Pearl and Butler street station at K30 p in Faro for the round trip 125 No chanjre of cars 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac leading n sketch and description may nsrertulu our opinion an Invention Is prohnbly Communlca tions HtrlctlycontlcJontliil on latcnta sent free Oldest patents Patents taken through Jlunu k Co receive tptctal notice without charlie In the Scientific Hmerican handsomely Illustrated weekly Lamest clr culation of any nclenttuc Journal Terms f a your fnnr months bl Sold by all newsdealers MUNN Co36Breadtrar Now York Branch Office BU Wnsuluuton V U I