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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 10 i i 1 t CY r 1 TuEJI aSO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I YOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 26 1903 NO 3 J I I CHILDRENS Store We want every mother in this town to take time next week to come here and look at all the pretty things we have for theI children this fall You will not be urged to buy but we want you to see what a magnificent assortment of goods for the boys and girls is herean assortment that we confidently believe is fully as large as that you will find in most cities ofu much larger size Boys clothing at this store must have three jequisites it must wear it must be new in style and the price must be mod erate Our childrens clothing department this fall is a joy to every woman who sees the many beautiful garments There are double breasted two piece suits Norfolks Sailor Norfolks and Blouses in the suits and Reefers Russian Blouses and a variety of other styles in overcoats The prices are from 200 to 700 Sweaters We are fully equipped to meet the growing demand for onlyhandleCaps Tam0Shanters and toques are very popular this fall We have a great variety of both at 26c and 50c for the toques and 50c to 100 foi the Tams Shoes We have one special boys shoe and one special girls shoe that we wish to call attention to We believe that on each of J these shoes we can save you at least 25c Misses Kid Shoes topshenyyl1i to 2 and 185 sizes 81 to 11 and we think it is fully equal to any shoe you will find elsewhere for 25c a pair more Boys Box Calf ShoesI This is a genuine box calf shoe with good stout soles made to wear You will be asked 175 at most stores for a similar shoe and it is a leader with us at 1- 5Q1RKMcClureSon1 212214 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky I I EAJJLY MOUNINU JJLA55K Heavy Loss Jn Property At 245 ou Monday morning an alarm from box 27 called the fire department to tho Farmers Ex hnngo a saloon owned by Mr Francis Guthrie on St Clair street 1ho firn had evidently been burn log for sumo time and u second alarm was sent in After a hard fight tho fire boys got the flames under control but not before the building in which it orglnutod had been thoroughly gut ted Tho building next to it was oc cupied by Coleman McKeovor as a saloon and it was considerably damaged On Broadway street the flames had crossed the rear alleyway and had entered the shoe and clothing houso of Bosenstoin Bros whore the upper stories were badly in juredFrom thence it spread to the Arcade saloon of Mr Dnn L Ken nedy The two upper floors were damaged to a considerable extent and the stock in tho ground floor was injured by the deluge of water thrown by the firemen The fierce fire then proceeded to lick up everything inflammable in the rear of the White CrookI saloon qf Mr Press Thompson The firemen had been fighting the fire from both front and rear on both streets and finally succeeded in stopping their deadly work tit this point Mr Charles Snow who was sleep ing in the third floor of tho Arcade was not awakened until the hent was so intense that his head and hair were considerably scorched The Farmers Exchange building was the property of the Selbert estate The Coleman MoKeover house was tho property of Mr Dan Meagher Sr The Rosenstein cloth iug and shoe house was the prop erty of tho Jillson estate The Ar cade was the property of Mr P H Newman Sr and the White Crook was owned by Mr Henry Ringold The total loss by the fire and water the latter element doing almost as mnoh damage as the fire was some 15000 or 20000 But for the absence of wind and for the good work of the depart ment n still heavier loss would have occurredd8tsI STAB- eug thelhsSignature ofI EG a SENTENCED TO DEATH The trial of Curtis Jett in the Harrison Circuit Court for the mur der of Town Marshal James Cook rent was brought to a close on Tues day afternoon at 507 oclock by the jury bringing in a verdict of guilty and affixing the penalty at death Of course an appeal will bo taken and every effort made by the defense to secure a reversal Hammond Co Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky 8t r L 4ON uu We are always watchful for the interest of our customers We are anxious to provide that which is at tractive and which costs but little We supply the goods that will pleasetyou Our stock is now complete in every department DRESS GOODS 1 We urge you to make your selections early and thereby secure the choice materials Our stock this season is l larger than ever and we want you to see the big values we are showing at 50c 75c and 100 per yard PREPARE FOR THE COLD WEATHER We are showing some excellent values in 300 TO 6 BSAIUETAT PER PAIR In white red and fancy colors Our Blankets are all fresh clean stockno left overswhat you buy here is all right IUNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY I We have the kind that gives satis faction and the prices are very reason able too Extra values in Ladies and Childrens Hose lOc and 15c per pair Our 25c and 50c Hosiery are the best in the market iatLadies Vests and Pants extra heavy quality 25c to 75c per garment IW B CORSETS I i AMERICAS LEADINGJCORSET 4Havein all sizes We guarantee every pair and if not satisfactory your money will bo refunded Price 50c to 200 PER PAIR4fc f We are showing a larger variety ofiFLANNELETTES AND OUTINGS This season than ever before Outings 5c and lOc per yard Flannelettes lOc 15c and 20c yard IIosKA6II B R 01 f NO 41 ST CLAIR STREETAT BRIDGEFRANKFORT KY I r PERSONAL Mrs T T West has returnod from a visit to her son in Hamilton O Miss Sarah Burnam has returned front a trip to Danville Mr W H Watts went to Winches ter Thursday to visit friends Mr Joo LoCompto of Lexington was in the city on Thursday Col Jas L Anspaugh of Belle t vue was in tho city on Wednesday t Mrs Bourne Owsloy visited weektHon W M REed of Paducah ThursdayIMr T F Stono of Stamping Ground was hero Tuesday f Mr SafToll Phythian of Louis ville was a visitor here this week riMrs Ada Garrett went to Louis on Wednesday f Mrs James Heeney is visiting relatives at Memphis Tenn Mr J C B Stono of Stamping Ground was hero Tuesday Mrs Thus Spalding nee Oliver was a visitor here Tuesday Gen P Wat Hardin of Louis yule was in the city on Monday Mr Irwin Crumbaugh has gone to Old Point Comfort Va Mrs Church Tinsley left Monday for a visit to relatives in Ohir Gen Dan R Collier U S Pen sion Agent Louisville was in the city Wednesday Mrs W T Lindsey anti children of Tryon N 0 are guests of lola tlves here Mr Ernest Crutcher of the 0 0 Railway visited his parents in this city this week x Judge John F Hager of Ash land was in the city on legal busi ness this week Judge A P Humphrey of Louisville was in the on business in the courts this wo lICol Harvey M Bain and wifo of Lexington were in the city ThursdayMiss onI H Starling left urday for a visit to friends in Dan yule Mrs H B Innes has returned from a visit to friends at Mt Ster ling Mr J B Dryden Editor of the Call went to Cincinnati on Mon day MauidayforDryden in Dayton Ohio Col A B Hammond went to Louisville on Saturday night on business Miss Irma Labrot returned Sat jjrday night from a trip to Atlantic kCityrf Mr John P Hanley wont to Lou isvillo Saturday to attend the State Council of the Y M IMr David P Davis and wife re turned Sundav from their bridal trip Mrs Virginia H Jett attended the State Convention of the Chris weekIthe t Church at Paris this week r Major Cabell B Bullock of Lex ington was a visitor here this week nOf B Adams left Monday for Dry RidgnScott county to conduct a protracted meeting cMr C Weisonburgh has re turned from a trip in the East in interest of The 117 M Milling Co Mr Goo H Watson President of the Goo T Sta g Co has returned f from a trip to Now York City Mi1 Bon V Smith of Somerset was in the city on business in the Court of Appeals this week Judge H Clay Howard of Paris was in the city on legal business tt this week Mr H A Grettor wife and child left Monday for a visit to relatives E at Chicago Ills Judge W H Holt U S District Judge for Porto Rico was in the city on Monday J Hon m M Smith of Louis due attended the courts here on Monday Mr A J r nuh and called to IoxItzton on W6IhlOsdnyI relativeif 111tJ courts neIMr C Cyrus Turner late l potter of the Due ions of the Court of Appeals of Mt Sterling was in the city Monday Misses Kathorine and Isabel Clay of Lexington are guests of Miss Christine Reynolds atFleet wood REMOVALI D D s M D Tins rumnvod his olllco to room in tho Rnxtor 3uildtugyouth oasteornorStOhdrand Hrllllli way imtrsiiMMMm st Utah Speuiul nttunrion ndyBoth plioiiws Ntnv No 5 Old No April 111 rlI4 f f Mr Pat Bohnnnan who has been with the Louisville Baseball Club as their star pitcher this season returned home Friday night Mr Blackburn Bohannan who has been playing ball with the Evansvilln find Club has re turned homo Mr Alvin Pilkington and wife wero raIled to Lexington on Wednesday by tho death of Mrs Pil kingtons aunt Mrs Webb Mr Will D Grant has returned t St Louis Mo from a visit to his parents Maj J Alex Grant and wifeDr Frank W Keyes who has been on a trip to Europe in search of health returned Saturday night very much improved Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshal and Charles loft Monday for Mason county to visit her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife Gen Ewers and wife of Washington City and Miss Yancey of Owenton were guests of Mrs Rich ard Church Shelby street this week Rev Dr W C Taylor has resigned the care of the College Ave nuo Baptist Church Indianapolis Iiul and has accepted a call to the First Baptist Church of Petersburg Va If Kentucky could not regain Dr Taylor we are glad he has gone to old Virginia Mr George Smith tho celebrated young violinist loft here on Friday of last week for San Francisco and will sail from that city for Aus tralia which country ho will tour with a concert troup during tho coming season He expects to re main abroad for a year or more Col Howard H Grot tho vet eran exeditor of Lexington with his wife and Miss Mattie Nichols were in the city Thursday and went up the river on tho yacht Pollyin belonging to his son The Colonel looks remarkably well and carries his agoSOodd years wonderfully Ho made us a pleasant call IFLIGHT ORDINANCE INEW b Council passed an ordi nance on Wednesday authorizing the Mayor to contract with tho Peoples Electric Light Co to fur nish 72 Arc Lights for street light Ing at 84 per annum each COULD NOT BE FINER The weather for the last week has just been splendid Cool and bracing at night and in the early morning warm and sunny during the middle of tho day It could not be bettor for farm operations though rain would be of vast bene fit to all pasturage eIRECAPTURED The throe desperadoes who escaped from the county jail on Sunday morning only enjoyed a brief respite On Tuesday morning about 8 oclock Hiblor Chen cult and Day who had evidently lost their way wore met by Oflicor Austin Robinson anti Mr Harry P Bacon who wore out searching for them on the Flat Creek pike just thus side of tho old tollgate Two of the neon were riding on one horse and the other was riding a colt both stolen from a farmer of the county When the men were or lured to throw up their hands by their captors they complied evi dently being demoralized by having become lost as they were headed towards the city in place of away from it- After proceeding a short distance the two men attempted to run away when Oflicer Robinson raised his gun to shoot but his horse shied and caused his aim to bo deflected and tho whole load of buckshot went into the right thank of the horseono bullet however striking tho little finger of Hiblor who was attempting to jump oil Tho gang then cried for quarter and wore brought into sown and lodged in jail about 4 oclock Tho officers were not aware that the horse which was a fine black mare was wounded until they had placed their men in jail and tho horse fell to tho street from weak ness occasioned by loss of blood Seeing the nature of the wound the animal it was put out of itsIIJII HANDSOME WINDOWS FOR SALE Tho Building Committee of the First Baptist Church have ten very flue stained glass windows for sine A great bargain can be obtained by inquiring of Dr U V Williams W S Farmer or O C Kenney members of that committee tf V1tIpn BEATHS CANTYIn this county on Sunday Mr John Canty aged about 05 years He leaves a wife one son one daughter two brothers and a sister to mournjiis loath The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday morning at 9 oclock and the remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery LEEAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Sunday night Mrs Anna Lee relict of the late Mr Win Leo aged KS years from tho effect of a paralytic stroke sumo months sinc- eMILLSIn Paris Tonn on Sunday Mrs Louisa P Mills widow of the late Mr Alex Mills aged about 78 years Mrs Mills was a Miss Paterson and was raised in this county After her marriage to Mr Alox Mills she removed with him to Louisiana to reside and remained in that State until the decease of her husband Aftonvard shore WftSiaunt of Messrs W J and W H Lewis of this county She was a modest retiring and lovely oldfashioned Christian woman But a few of our older citizens remember her ROGERS At the home of his parents in this city on Tuesday morning Louis Clark Rogers in fant son of Mr John G and Mrs Florence Clark Rogers aged 13 monthsThis dear bright little bud was lent to these devoted parents for a few short months to bind them to gether in dissoluble bonds and to draw them with the tender chords of love to the bettor land The tonderest sympathy is felt for them ift their dark sorrow The funeral services were conducted from the homo on Taylor Avenue on Wednesday afternoon at oclock by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church after which the re mains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery EULERIn this city on Thurs day Augustus Euler infant son of Mr Win Euler and wife aged about 26 years Tender sympathy is felt by all for these heartbroken parents in the loss of their little darling Tho funeral and interment took place yesterday morning SHRYOCK In this county near Hogos station on Thursday Miss 1r1Edinflammation of the stomach This bright little girl was only sick a few short hours and passed to the great beyond to join herr mothor formerly Miss Leona Jett This family is sadly afflicted the stepmother of the little one taken and her grandmother are both con fined to bed- Diphtheria sore throat croup Instant relief permanent euro Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drug store FOUND On Main street near this office a beautiful and ornamental solid gold ladies breast pin The owner can have same by proving property and payng for tins notice GIVEN 21 YEARS GeorgeDeanEd Adams brought in a verdict on Tuesday morning sentencing Doan to the Pen for 21 years A REMARKABLE RECORD Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a remarkable record It hats been in use for over thirty years luring which tune tummy million Mottles have been sold and used It has long been the standard and main robin non in time treatment of croup in thousands of homos yet during all this time no muse has over helm reported to the manufac turers in failed to effect a unto When givin as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven as soon as time croupy cough appears it will prevent the attack Jt isI pleasant to take mutiny children like it Jt contains no opium or other harmful substance may hahfasdruggists Watch and wait for tho Bazaar Store Puworg1 old stand 5Mf JiiS i bii JIi J I IoLI r I SELBERT Prepared 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 ValueIThe number of Karats found last year was not quite half tho output of 1808 and they sold for almost as much The mines too are very much deeper and the cost of mining is increasing The recent advance in New Yorkof 10 per cent is nil index of what may be expected at short intervals Our Stockv We purchased a large stock before the rise and while this lasts we can make slightly lower prices titan the New York wholesalers and we purchasing now A Guarantee of Value As an evidence of our belief in the permanency of this adevance we contract to exchange solitarie diamonds at full value price paid us for them We place no limit on this guarantee r Buying Back For CashJ 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 mightcome For such emergencies we have perfected our moneyback plf n Any solitaire diamond bought here may be returned within a year and we will refund 90 per cent of its cost We honor the contract in cash and on presentation M ASELI3ERTiSRELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY u UKEAMWORMS 1 For 20 Years leas Led ail Worm Remedies G mD OOXiDO 33ST LXiXi 33 aEtTCTGrGr X SIX spared 6y ram JAMES F BALLARD St Louisi PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway NEW YEAR 66U4 Jewish The Jewish Now Your Rosh Ha Slmna oflG4 commenced at 6 eXItendudgiven i DIBy order of tho poBtoiHcn Depart knout time following small county post offices will bo discontinue on Thursday next October 1st Glenn Tioga Foresee Hitthview and El moro j MISERABLE WORK Wo do not know who is responsi ble for it but thu contractor or whoever is in charge certainly ill doing some miserable work in tho rock being spread on Versailles turnpike on Arlington Heights Many of tho rook spread thorn are four or five times as largo as they ought to hI and when a buggy or carriage runs over them there is great danger of the breakage of springs otc SUNDAYS BLAZE Tho alarm of fire on Sunday afternoon was unused by a 1110 of re fuse broom corn on the lot abovo tho Penitentiary catching fire and burning up Tho department kept adjacent property from being dam aged i M 1 i t i ttJrl11 r l 2880 ST PAUL AND RETURN MONON ROUTE The Monon Route will from now until September 80th sell remind trip tickets to St Paul und Minne apolis at 2880 from Louisville Low rates also to other points in the Northwest Address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Icy- TRAGEDY AVERTED Justin tlurnickof time our littlo boy watt saved p writes Mrs W W tkintf of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with Jjim and n terrible cough sot in besides Doctors treated him but ho grow worso every day At length v0 tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption and 0111 darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody tought to know its tho only sure tt cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by all drug t gists Price fiOo and 100 11111jbottles free MORE RIOTS Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as gravo as an disorder of tho system IndivJdlultloss of sloop nervous be followed by utter tdlutnlyso efllcient to cure disorders of tho Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bit ters its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and tho greatest all around medicine for run down M systems It dispels Nervousness fiItJxpolsand satisfaction guaranteed by allr4druggists ttp rf 1fj4KJ f l i w1 r Keep your eye on this space i Sam ft Johnson THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyouresConsumptionCoughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La- Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free I1Hv MONDAYS SHOOTING SCRAPE 1Shortly after 1030 a m on Mon keen crack of a pistol shot was heard at the corner of Main and St Clair streets and people ran to their doors to ascertain the causeUpon investigation it was found that Capt Fred L Gordon Co A 2d Regiment National Guards had shot Mr Charles Snow low down ip the abdomen on the left side Dr J S Demaree Dr J S Goodrich and Dr A S Fish wore sum muned and attended to Snows wound which was found to be a very dangerous one as the surgeons were unable to locate the ball Snow was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospita- lIt seems that the men had a diffi culty on Broadway street some time previous that day and it was renewed at the time indicated above There are conflicting stories in regard to the matter and we re train from comment until the facts are brought out on the fullI Gordon was arrested by Esq t B Thomson and taken to jail to await the result of the wounded mans injuries Later on Lieut George Woodruff of Capt Gordons company was arrested and jailed by Officer H Davis Harrod charged with having furnished Gordon with the pistol with which the shooting was done Snow is a married man and a painter and paper hanger by trade His wife in away on a visit to her Theyhadher return and their furniture was stored in the third story of the Ar destroyedkhad such a narrow escape that morning LATERGordon and Woodruff bailir BIRTHS SHBYOCK In this county on Monday Sept 21st to Mr E D yShryoek and wifea daughter PROMOTEDIMr Grover C Jones son of Prof Ernest R Jones of Switzer who has been employed by the Fayette National Bank for some time has been promoted to General Book keeper for that institution Mr Jones is an intelligent and capable young man and his friends rejoice promotionll IT SAVED HIS LEG P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffering for six months with logLdaystibest salvo in tho world Cure guar anteed Only 25 cts Sold by all IfdrupgiBtB fl wt i ia wa4i- t i ivl hio IILECTION OFFICERS election officers were appointed by the County Elec tion Board consisting of Sheriff A G Jeffers Chairman Richard Morris Republican and Jno D Griffin Democrat on Friday last to serve at the November election Those in the city will serve as offi cers of registration on Tuesday October Voglors Wingate Thomson Dem A J Vermillion Rep Judges William Cromwell Dem Clerk Al Caplinger Rep Sheriff BridgeGus Thomas Dem Robt Betts Rep Judges Howard John son Dem Lafo Wells Rep Sheriff Gaines StableFrank Dailey Dem Lon Harrod Rep Judges N Sullivan Dem Clerk Kirt Thompson Rep Sheriff Court HouseC M Bridgeford Dem HKBrawner Rep Judges Jas Sullivan Dem Clerk Wm Johnson Rep Sheriff Kenneys Mill MoKeo Hardie Dem R L Grinstead Rep Judges W S Polsgrove Dem Clerk T C Hale Rep Sheriff Market HouseJ P Noonan Dem Lewis Jd Finnell Rep Judges Wm Brislan Dem Clerk Wm Weitzel Rep Sheriff Gas HouseMogan Brawn e r Dem A J Crane Rep Judges F C Hutchison Dem Clerk F E Lewis Rep Sheriff Bridgeport Wm Powers Dem Wm Wright Rep Judges Lister Terry Rep Clerk Wm Armstrong Dom Sheriff TJttorbaoks ShopRobt Nicol Dem D L Holland Rep Judges Ezra Sheets Dem Clerk L P Tarlton Rep Sheriff Purrington Jas Darker Dem Jacob Bashford Rep Judges Rod Hawkins Dem Clerk Sam Reid Rep Sheri f- fHarvlelnnd John Polsgro v o Dem John Marshall Rep Judges Bob Sutor Dem Clerk M F Se mones Rep Sheriff BensonJohn Phillips Dom Geo F Stigers Rep Judges WC Bryant Rep Clerk Berg Moore Dem Sheriff Flat Creek Luther Waits Dem I N Johnson Rep Judges San ford Polsgrove Dem Clerk Jas per Hutchison Rep Sheriff Switzer Mason B Lucas Dem Sargent Perkins Rep Judges James Costigan Rep Clerk Frank French Dem Sheriff Peaks MillPat Hodges Dem Jas Briles Rep Judges Bake Bacon Dem Clerk Graves Han cock Rep Sherif- fBloomingtonLee Feun Dora E A Wallace Rep Judges Sandy KringDem Sheriff R A Pfeifer Rep Clerk- SwallowfioldJohn Long Dem Wm Whallen Rep Judges A D Calvert Dem Clerk Campbell Hampton Rep Sheriff Elraville Cash Long Dem Wm Wright Rep Judges J M Parker Rep Clerk Newton Bridges Dem Sherif- fCrutohersB B Joffors Dem W B Jones Rep Judges John Hanloy Rep Clerk Harry Shaw Dem Sheriff Forks of Elkhorn Wm Florian Dom Calvin Greouup Hop Judges Mart Ellis Dem Clerk Win J Lewis Rep Sheriff Thorn HillBo on Henry Dem J P Pfeifor Rep Judges Ed1i Bryan Dem Clerk Koeno Tre t Ir rIrtr rnI 4i Jc mere Rep Sheriff Bald Knob G V Harrod Dom R C Semones Rep Judges Elisha Allen Rep Clerk R Jouett Dem Sheriff Glares School HouseDavid Mc Allistor Dem Pat Murray Rep Judges Ed Sheets Dem Clerk Jim Sudduth Rep Sheriff Baileys MillCurd Watson Dem Jas Waldner Rep Judges Dr A A Bailey Rep Clerk Jno Wadkins Dem Sh- eriffMARRIED MORSEWAHLBURNThe bans were announced at the Church of the Good Shepherd on Sunday last for the approaching marriage of Mr F H Morse and Miss Minnie Wahl burn both of this city Mr Morse is one of the proprie tors of the Kentucky Journal His bridetobe is a handsome and sty ladyWOODS nouncement has boon made of the approaching marriage of Mr Kid der Woodson Woods of St Louis Mo but formerly of this city to Miss Elizabeth Scott Holloway of Kansas City Mo which is to occur at the Central Presbyterian Church of Kansas City on Thursday evening October 1st Mr Woods is a popular young man who is doing well in his now home in St Louis His friends hero heartily congratulate him upon his luckRUNAWAY Mr Sode Moore and Miss Smith daughter of Mr George Smith of the Farmdale neighbor hood eloped to Cincinnati on yes terday morning and were married NEXT JAILER Judge J Dan Mooco says that notwithstanding the storm that blew down his barns and all his other troubles he is going to be the next jailer of Franklin county He says his opponents are all clever fellows but he has them beat a block PAID HIS LOSS County Judge J H Polsgrove paid Mr Wm Mitchell tW on Wed bytheRobinson when arresting the escaped prisonersA RULING Hon Jno W Yerkes Comms sinner of Internal Revenue has made a ruling prohibiting the re filling of whisky bottles which were bottled in bond at any other place than at the distillery ware houseThis is a good ruling and shuts out rectified whisky from being passed off as genuine old Kentucky whisky THE PLEASURE OF EATING indigestiontrouble will liiul that Kodol Dys popsia Cure digests what you oat sweethiseuro for ludiirostion and and all complaints affecting thin glands or moiubrauos of tho stomach or digestive tract When you everythingovary bit of tho nutriment that your food contain is assimilated andUtsuos i i h itv0 Pleasant to take LaxattFe Syrupc NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONr Ask Your Doctor 1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND oOc PER BOTTLE FOR FINE WATCHES CLOCKSAND CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY Fine watch and jewelry repairing a specialty All work and goods strictly warranted The highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchanger for new work Jan 10 08 lygj Tie FranRJoItHoundalJoutI Entered at the postofllce at Frankfort Ken tucky secondclass mailable matter I GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 26 1903 A RARE OFFER t 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 of 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 Home and Farm is at once a family and farmers paper It is lull to the brim of instructive in teresting and valuable matter that farmers and their wives cannot afford to be without The Roundabout is tho peoples 4 paper and always furnishes reliable news and clean reading matter Remember one dollar cash in advance is the price and send in your orders wJAIL DELIVERY When Turnkey Merritt Williams unlocked the steel door and went into the corridors of the county jail on Sunday morning aboutSoclock Frank Chenault colored assault ed him with a blueing bottle knocking him down Two other colored prisoners Squire Hibler and Clay ton Day then secured the keys from Williams while prostrate and went out of the door and escaped As soon as Mr Williams could regain his feet he closed the door and thus prevented a general deliv ery which was iminont as the thirty odd other prisoners were about to make a break for liberty Mr Williams at once gave the alarm and searching parties were at once started out on the track of the runawaysHibler was a convict who had been tried at this term of court for murdering another prisoner and sentenced for life Day had been- a convict and was convicted of housebreaking at this term of court and sent up for ten years Chen ault had also been a convict and had escaped He wa tried at this I term also and sent up for two years I longerHlblor had been sent up from Louisville Day and Chenault from Lexington They were all desperate and de trfternlined scoundrels a Jailor Lawrence was absent at the time searching for two prison ers who had escaped from the county road gang on Friday night as they wore en route back to jail OASTOAXABears the Signature ctIIofOLD PAPERS FOR SALE Wo have several hundred old nowsiipors for sale for cash Apply at this oillce r I J The Cool Weather Has Arrivedt AND IT HAS FOUND US PREPARED TO MEET THE WANTS OF EVERY ONE OUR STOCK This fall is larger than ever and more complete in Every Department OUR LINE Of Tailor Made Suits and Skirts have been highly complimented and our sales unusually large for so early in the season WEITZEL ODONNELL AGENTS PATTERNS FOR ERICKJ 1 From the Paoli Incl News AN OUTING IN KENTUCKY As requested I hand you skotoh of recent outing of myself and family in Kentucky including trip up Kentucky river and to Cumber land Gap On the 17th ulfc we left Louisville at 3 ocock p m on the steamer Falls City for Carroll ton Ky 62 miles the Ohio and from thence up the kentucky river to Valley View 175 miles from the mouth of the river and the head of navigation making the round trip from Louisville nearly 600 miles There were about 150 persons on the boat including from Louisville Shelbyville Taylors ville and other points in Kentucky Indianapolis Columbia Madison Vevay New Albany Paoli and other points in Indiana and Paris Illinois It was a crowd of ladies and genltementhe rowdy element heing noticeably absent and if there was one of the crowd who did not thoroughly enjoy the entire trip that fact was not made known On account of the crowd we were somewhat cramped for room but we found the officials of the boat throughout so gentlemanly clover and obliging that these little discomforts were overlooked and for gotten To Dr Lawrence Superin tendent of the line Captain Wol verton Clerks Edmonson and OaptalnIfor courtesies shown us I had seen and crossed the Kentucky river at various points from its headwaters in the mountains to its mouth but not until this trip did I have any conception of its scenic beautiesflowing as it does through deep glens narrow can yons and picturesque gorges overlooked by and cavernous rooks and a rich vegetation of almost tropical luxuriance The scenic indesoribIablethat they seen upon the Majestic Hudson They are certainly sufficient to satisfy the most exacting critic There are many points of commanding interest along the routetoo many to at tempt to notice all so I will con fine myself to the few and chief among them next to the canyon scenery between Frankfort and Valley View are the looks and dams eight in number completed in the erection of which for the improvement of the navigation of the river U S Government has already expended about two millions of dollars and is now en gaged in building two more by means of which boats will be en abled to reach Beattyville 201 miles from the mouth of the river The raising of the boat while ascending and lowering it while descending the river by means of looks and dams was always an interest ing event to old and young alike Frankfort tho captlal of Kentucky is a quaint old city of some 12000 inhabitants surrounded by towering hills that overlook the city and river and on one of the highest of whiuh is situated the cemetery in which Daniel Boone and other celebrities are buried Here also is seen the monument erected to the memory of Ken tuckys soldiers in the Mexican war which called forth the noble poem The bivouac of tho Jond by Col OHara a Kentucky oilloor Tho old State Capitol building is another pOi 1t As I stood in the street fronting it I was carried back in memory to a time fortyseven years ago 18oi when as u boy of twelve in com pany with my valued friend Mr Moses F Ham now a resident of Paoli sat astrido of a horse in almost the name spot lien stood and viewed tho same old building unchanged except ns tho wear and tear of time has added to its vener able appearance Ho tol the sculls of tho sanguinary bat tle in which Col Dave Cotaon figured and in which throe omen lost their lives is another point of interest But tho nest gruesome of all is tho spot in the State House Ussotho Secretary of States olllce from which tho cowardly shot was fired the spot whero ho fell and time true in which the ball lodged aftor AT 50 CtS Our line of new Fall Dress Goode in all the latest weaves are extra good values Beautiful Novelties at 75c 90c 150 Dont buy your BLACK TAFFETA SILK Until you see the extraordinary value in 36 inch we are offering at 100 and 25 Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsImorphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you point with scorn at morphine using how could when in thingthatwas a terrible habit and knew of its deady- grasp but I never fully realized its cance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine however much per sons may doubt it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMATTIE PHILLIPS PrescottArk All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr medies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad doing its deadly work all being pointed out to us During our stop at Frankfort I called upon Gen Dan Lindsey who will be remem bered by quite a number of your readers as the courteous and polished gentleman and gallant Col onel of the 22nd Infnatry in the war of the rebellion Frankfort is rich in historic memories Her KentuckiansImans btIIHOVOIon the route is Hiokman Landing Camp Nelson the very men tion of which will stir tho blood of many of your soldier readers whoso memories will carry them back to the dark days of the early part of the rebellion when they were t n camped there to protect central Kentucky from being overrun by Confederate armies aid to prepare themselves for the darker and bloodier days that followed later in the war A beautifully kept National Oemotery Boonos Fort roes the river with its canyons and gorges in the birdseye lime stone which by erosion of the waters assumes all manner of forms makes thispoint one of great interest to all who visit it Hero too rich veins of copper zinc und load ore and extensive beds of spahr have been discovered and are now being developed by a company headed by the redoubtable lacK Chinn of Mercer county Other points of interest along the river are time mouth of tho Elkhorn made famous by Mary Jane Holmes in Tempestand Sunshine High Bridge at the crossing of tho Cin cinnati Southern tho loftiest pier bridge ever built being U7o foot above low water of which wo had a splendid vies by search light at night going up and by daylight re turning Tyrone Bridge at the crossing of the Louisville Southern is second onlto High Bridge in its lofty perch and like it Is a won derful example of engineering skill Tho Inn of hubs urrows the dos perado murderer thiof and robber and in human nature a cavurnjhigh above the river in un wall looking to bo inaccessible to all else hut the birds of the air is also + l Big line of new Outings and Flannelettes All Prices Hosiery and Underwear Special Good Bargains in This Department pointed out as a reminder of Ken tuckys dark and bloody pastITho length to which this is draw ing out warns me to slow down I would advise all who have tho op portunity to take this trip which requires about three and a half days to make and costs but 6 which sum covers cost of state room and meals Upon returning to Louisville from our Kentucky river trip myself and daughters boarded the mountain train of the L N for a trip to historic Cumberland Gap at the junction of the three States Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia where we arrived in time for supper at the famous Middlesborough Hotel Friday evening The bad condition of the road up the moun tain made it impossible for us to reach the which stands three thousand feet above the valley below but wo procured a mountain wagon and team driven by Uncle Jim an old time darkey who was there with the 49th Iud during the early part of tHe war and remembered Col Jim Kegman Kegwin and many of the boys of the regiment Uncle Jim drove us up into the Gap which cuts through the range of mountains and is half a mile across from crest to crest of the mountain and gives passage to a highway From the Gap we drove down the Virginia road which runs along the side of the mountain past the entrance to King Solomons Cave a great nat ural curiosity from which flows a strong stream of pure ice cold water that is carried in pipes down time mountain side to the town of Cumberland Gap Tennessee hun dreds of feet below in the valley Atfer a considerable drive up into Virginia we crossed into Tennessee and took dinner at the town of Cumberland Gap with an old com rade of the 4th Tenn Infantry proprietor of the Miller Hotel after which we drove tu Harrogate Inn a relic of the boom days in the mountains and from thence to the towns of Shawnoe ahd Arthur the latter situated on time old Cut trol farm and near Camp Cottrel of winch many of your readers will have a vivid recolleoion From Arthur we drove to Lincoln Me morial University of which Gen O O Howard of Burlington Ver mont is at tho head of tho Board of Directors as well as of the Ad visory Board Prof John Halo Larry of Portland Maine is Pres ident of the University and to him and his estimable wife we are in debted for a cordial greeting and entertainment at GrandLeo Hall The purpose of the University is given as IFirst to teach tho moun Men 01 oak Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oak It are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound materialsChildhood is the time to lay the foundation for sturdy constitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for free samplo SCOTT St BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street Now York 50c and 100 all druggists i iiI y ft tain youth the bust methods of artsialsoand academic training and when needed tho higher branches See ond to build a worthy memorial to Abraham Lincoln among the people of his nativity The charter reads Said University shall ever seek to make education possible to the oommonIacres machineryfor160000 A girls dormitory is near ing completion After a pleasant visit we regretfully bade the Doctor and Mrs Larry goodbye againhavingin near are engaged in a noble work May success crown their efforts and 11izedmountains we reached The Mid dlesborough in time for supper and thereafter until our departure for home we rested and enjoyed the view of the mountains with its historic Gap from the broad verandas of the hotel BIPaoli Ind Aug 29 1903 Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans Ointment curES At any drug store MASONIC ELECTION There will bo a called meeting of Frankfort Chapter No3 R A M in the Masonic Temple on Monday night next Sept 27 for the elec tion of officers for the ensuing year and for other important business By order of D W LINDSEY Jr H P GEO A LEWIS Seoy THE GENUINE vs COUNTERFEITS The genuine is ways better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appre ciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless substitutes that are on the market W S Lodbottor of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For protrudingDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by J W Gayle- HOMESEEKERS EXDURSIONS 1 The first and third Tuesdays of j ouch month at approximately halt rates to see the magnificent crops of the west and northwest and to rapidlytriplimotraveled roads through the west and northwest- W M Shaw D P A 430 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio L W Wakoloy Gonl PassrAgent St Louis Mu Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If it doesnt try Burdock Blood Bitters OWES HIS LIFE TO A NEIGH BOILS KINDNESSlMr D P throughout Mercer and Sunnier counties W Va most likely owes olghboreallliotod with diarrhoea was at glvohimnoighbor learning of his 1Icondition brought him a bottle Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Heniody which cured him in loss than twentyfour hours For sale by all druggists t 1 161 iA 1r f I tvVe Are Ready For YouMerode HANDMADE Underwear Is the best We have all grades and all sizes ICARPETS Main Street I Frankfort Kentucky HA1WI13LANU JDelayod Letter After a long absence I have returned from the windy West and to find old Harvieland herself once more but It looks as though her watorworks had dried up but I find the merchants blacksmiths and other business men all still prospering Well tobaooo cutting is in full blast here with some of the lucky ones done cutting- I see our old friends Uncle Tommy and M H L still enjoy- Ing the richest blessings of life I am sorry to find our old friend Mr Dudley Goins on the sick list and his flower garden that looked so green and nice in the raring looks as though it hud not rained on it for ages I see the boys still have all the fun they are looking for laughing at those that get baptized in the pool at the bridge Some of the latest being Judge Jas A Soott Judge E C ORear Judge B G Williams and Mr Ed W Penn Who were out dove hunting last week They drove their horse in the pool to give him water and capsized buggy throwing men guns ammunition and hats all over the pool To see them splashing the water one would have thought they were looking for the ArkThere seems to be some dreadful disease prevalent among the horses from the way they are dying Many complain of losing Vorlto horses Mr O C Clark and Mr F M Smith lire the last to complainMr P Marshall sold eight head of yearling mules to Mr A H Bayley of Ky last week Price confidential The agents for the Cincinnati To bacco Warehouse Co have been doing some lively business through this part of the country Keep the good work going on for the boys need some money Mr John Duvall is making preparations forhls future home in Mun cie Ind The meeting at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church was largely at tended Sunday last Mr Kemper and wife who have been visiting their daughter Mrs Dr L T Minish have returned home Rev L D Stuoker and wife called on Mr and Mrs John Marshall last Sunday evening Dr L T Minish and wife have gone to Gratz for a short visit Miss Lizzie Hahn is getting along nicely with her school Miss Pearl Chism is clerking for her father She makes a nice hustling little clerk Mr Charley Marshall and wife and Miss Nora Spoon of Honeysuckle took in the sights in Cincinnati Sunday last Our Sundayschool at Antiooh is still progressing The school is very small Those attending seem to have their hearts in the matters I1he1o will be preaching at Anti Ooh Sunday Rev J K P South officiating EVERYBODYS FRIEND VERY SUCCESSFUL Air Z T Thomason wont hunting for doves on Saturday last and was very successful having bugged about 60 ol these delightful birds Other hunters have not been so successful stud uro proportionately envious dBTORYEaf Boars thethei Signature of JIJ +No nope to fear sutldon attacks of cholorv infantum dysentery dtar 1rhooa sunimor complaint ol any you have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry in the modicinu chest It j Dress Goods More beautiful than we have shown and the largest assort ment of weaves We know we have the correct things and the confidence and satisfaction of knowing your dress is right in material and trimming is worth money to you but does not cost- a cent extra when bought from us for we can save you money on your purchases W S FARMER LATEST FASHION NOTES IAn AllWhite Toilette Allwhite toilettes seem to grow more popular with every one as tho season advances and this beautiful costume is of oysterwhite satin cloth The bolero waist is elabo rated with medallions also velvet and cord ornaments which are now playing such an important part on womens gowns Tho cuffs and bolt are velvet and the medalions ap pear also on tho sleeves The in verted boxplaited skirt is securely stitched with Corticolli stitching silk and just below tho stitching are arranged medallions in graduated sizes The skirt which clings about the upper part of the figure flares at the bottom and has a slight sweep NEW VENTURE Mr L F Shelton who has been running a dairy at Point Breeze has sold his outfit to Mr Ernest Ueltsohi who has taken charge Mr Shelton has purchased the livery and sales stable of Messrs Whitehead Gritty on Ann street the old Church Bros stable next door to the Christian church and will take charge about the 1st of OctoberMr is a clever and relia ble gentleman and deserves a share of the public patronage Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat FOR SALE A flrHtolass banjo with case for sale cheap Apply at this office 41tf A WOMANS COMPLEXION attompttoof the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the ooauty doctors Tho only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is h purifying and enriching tho blood ncuo111pllslwdInactive Tho liver is the seat of dis ease und blood pollution Greens August Flowor on tho liver clonuses and onrichos tho blood purifies tho complexion Italso curlS constipation biliousness nervousness and induces refresh ugilstjluwolmost pronounced and distressing indigestionNowular size 75 cents At all 1istsI BEST Sweaters n Are not only stylish and dressy now but very necessary these cool mornings We have some pretty styles in Ladles Sweaters that you will like Prices 250 to 8 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 PRICES GOODS TREATMENT Frankfort Ky We Have On Hand For THE SEASON Great Variety Fine Whiskeys Spring Hill Old Taylor Old Crow 0 F C- Hermitage If yon wish to send a friend something good call and see us Also Rudolph Bauer Candies Fruits Nuts and everything good to eat in the can goods line You are invited to call and we will show you all our fine goods whether you buy or not JMSAFFELL SON 212 ANN ST FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS In the highlands of Indiana a two hour ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that youd spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in EuropeA visitor from Philadelphia who formerly wont to Carlsbad every year snillHI do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The wutoIiHS beneficial and the tend surround ing country the air and the opportunities for recrea tion are hotter the hotels and accommodations are much finer at French Lick West Baden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switxerland ribs Hpliuitllilly wtxxhxl hilly with the cool invigorating nil of t highlands wlicro out win enjoy rumbles in tlio tltptlis of tit forest or rides nod drives ainoiiK thu numerous bridle paths and roadways attord nleasxiro splcudidsocial pleasures possible at tin roust fashionable resorts On The MONON ROUTE For booklet tolling nil about the waters Hotel hates and full information wlitnIE H BACON District Passenger Agent Suits Cloaks The cut illustrated in this ad vertisement is only one of the very many styles we are show big in Suits j LATEST CORRECT EFFECTS GOME AND SEE THEM IRUGS Main Street Frankfort Kentucky Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle FOR REN- Tr 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 MAHONEYB 80tf C h 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH No21 INo b ri PM Lexington 820 530 99J 618 Shelbyville 708 lr Louisville 11001 NORTH No 22 No PM LvJonJsm sseooEhelbyvllle 928 700 JTunafort 1018 7KB A Lexington 1116 liatks idney Globes Guaranteed Cure for allKidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cores Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and irregularitiesboth men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Core No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky May 2 ly- DISTRESSCUAFTER EATING CURED Judge W T Holland of Greens burg La who is well and favorably known says Two years ago indigestionAfterinvariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights were rest less I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entirely Now my is refresh ing and digestion perfect Sold by J W Gayle 11767283IWas the amount we paid last year for salaries Practically- all of this enormous amount was spent in Frankfort What are you doing to help sus taid a business which does much to iVoour flour will you do that much Sold only through dealers j E ra mining GO 1 fF r ti IWi i0fr L J i RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL K CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Bee i tor will preach at 11 a in and 780 pmSunday980 a m Sundayschool session ehapP1i Prayer and Ser mono I 780 p m Evening Prayer and Address Wednesday 780 m In the chapel Short r Evening Prayer and Address Friday 780 m In the Guild Room- Sundayschool Conference and dis ou slon of the lesson for following cordiallyInvited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor being absent conducting a pro tracted meeting there will be no SundaySundayschool 945 a in in the courthouse Baptist Young Peoples Union adjournerfmntil the repairs on 1thechurch are completed Prayermeetinon Thursday evening at 780 clock in the Sun dayschool room of the First Presbyterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend q CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the Pastor will t preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Morning subject The Paris Convention and the Cane Ridge CentennialNight Christian Cour ageIts Present Necessity Sundayschool at 930 a m in chapelChristian Endeavor Society will not meet until Octobe- rPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 745 in the chapel ReligionThe to especiallyci vFatherLow Mass at 730 a m r High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780- Sundayscheoiy at 2 p m v PRESBYTERIANkney D D the Pastor will At 11 a m and 780 p m preaohI Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday p inThe public is cordially invited to fl Attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m I Prayermeeting Wednesday night At 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited tSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 5 Prayermeeting Wednesday night 780The public cordially invited to attend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH Sundayschool at 180 Everybody invited to attend PROTRACTED MEETING AT METHODIST CHURCHRev U G Foote pastor of tho M E Church South in Lexington Ky will assist Rev U J Nugent in a protracted mooting at the Methodist Church South in this city the latter part of October WATCH CONTEST FOR THE MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERI- N i FRANKLIN COUNTY BEGINNING SATURDAY SEPT 12TH For Each 100 Purchased From Us You Will Be Entitled To One Vote CONDITIONS Teachers must be in charge of a school at some time during the contest and school must be in Franklin countyThe ballots will be deposited in a regain r ballot box The key to the box will be given to Mr Eugene Hoge at State National Bank and shall not be out of his possession until contest is over box will be opened and vote counted The winner can exchange the watch at M A Selberts for any other at the same priceII CRUTCHERSIMPSON j EDITORIAL NOTE That is a Note About a Frankfort Editor who is WellKnown InterestingBut unrecorded Is the experience Herein set forth Contains a valuable tip For all Frankfort J B Lewis editor of the Frank fort Roundabout says For a year or more I suffered a great deal from a dull aching pain across my back At times the aching was constant for a day or two If I sat still but for a short time it became almost unbearable and if I stooped or lifted anything I felt sharp twinges in the small of my back The secretions from the kidneys were most irreg uiar as well as highly colored and the odor very offensive I had my attention called to Doans Kidney Pills through our papers and I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box After using them a few days I commenced to see an improvement I kept on with the treatment and the pains on my back entirely left info and the kidney se uretions became normal From the great amount of good I derived from the use of this medicine I have every reason to be convinced of its merit and hove not the sligh est hesitancy in giving it my hearty endorsementFor all cents FosterMilburn OoBnffalo1 N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Kodol Dyspepsia Cure n qebts what you eat- WANTEDSoveral persons of character and good reputation in each State one in this county re quired to represent and advertise old established wealthy business standingSalaryadditional all payable in cash direct every Wednesday from head ofllces Horse and carriage fur nished when necessary Refer ences Enclose selfaddressed en velope Colonial 882 Dearborn St Chicago 216t IIIrcm1I 1 jPure full flavored spices 0are the most the year cially during economiculI ling and Your preserves les are put up for usey through the year and and once done cannot changed The deli o a appetizing character those products beIon your using the ofspicesWe the and high quality of spices They are the kind you can use with absolute certainty of good results IWhole a nd Ground Mus GUgerPeppers Imegs Curcuma Allspice Pure Old EtcIn Did you get fine old apple vinogl1r You ca ut nothing butter the vinegar line and it costn o more than the acid nod water kind g n orally used GAYLE GO 314 Main Street J W GAYLEC- or Ann and Broadway 1I1 l1 i t x e And Continuing Until when COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary52te LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending September 26 1903 Adams Miss Lizzie Adams Miss Jane Allen C K W Bellows W F Close Clide Combs Julia Frazier Willie Goodman Miss Rebecca Hazelwood Mrs R R Jackson J N Kirkpatriok Prof M G Johnson Simon GeorgeMoore Owens Harrison Summers H P Whittaker John D Williams Nellie Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M W TOBORROW 8600 OR 4000 With good real estate a farm in Franklin countyas security Address this ol1oeI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R v Of Interest To- STOCKHOLDERS Free Transportation to Attend the Annual Meeting at ChiuagoI Public notice is hereby given that thoIRailroad Company will ho held at its offices in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 21 1903 at 12 noonI attendance at there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at tho close of business on Tues day September 29 1903 who is of full age a ticket enabling hlm or her to travel freo over the Com panys Lines from the station on tho Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during tho four days imme diately preceding and the day of tho meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediate following when properly countersigned ad stamped duiring business hoursthat is to say between 900 a m and 500 min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bpuen In Chicago Such ticket may be ob tained by any holder of stock JOg istered as above on application in writing to the the Company in Chicago Each appli cation must state the full name and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than ono person will be carried freo in respect to any ono holding of stock as registered on the books of the company A G HACKSTAFF SocrotaryOct i f NEW YEARS DAY 1304 I I A NICEI Arm Rocker Solid Oak or Mahogany Finish 165 R Rogers Sons LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALIFORNIA From September 15 until November 80 1903 the Burlington makes very low oneway colonist rates to California Oregon Washington Idaho Montana The reduction is from 25 to 40 per cent from the regular ratesTHE WAY TO GO The Burlington with its strong main lines and free chair cars best reaches the West and Northwest via Denver Billings or St Paul The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Express is the groat daily through train with chnir cars and tourist sleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and intermediate pointsTO CALIFORNIA The Burlingtons weekly person ally conducted California excur sions in through tourist nleeperp 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 KELEY Genl AgentSt Mo W M SHAW D P A 46 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAM BERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY BL Byer a well known cooper of this town pays ho believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy savod his life last summer He had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery and could got nothing to do him any good until ho tried this remedy It gave him immediate relief says B T Lit tle merchant Hancock Md For sale by all druggists CROUP Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respiration Give frequent small doses of BnllaldR Horohound Syrup tho child will cry for it and at tho first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Ballards Snow Liniment extor nally to the throat COc at Paul B Weitols III 1f FOR SALE The most desirable small farm near Frankfort Two miles out on Louisville pike Good soil well watered plenty of fruit House buildingsbarnparticulars applltoCRUTCHER 21 m STOMACH TROUBLE mystomachsays D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield Mass A few days agorI was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of them add fool a great deal bet ter If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to- ho pleased with the result Price 25o For salo by all druggists LOW RATES FOR THE LOUISVILLE HORSE SHOW On account of the Fourth Annual Horse Show tho Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets at the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents for time round trip Sept 28th to Oc tober 8d inclusive ticket good re turning to and including Oct 5th Premiums amounting to 22000- are offered for displays of horses and vehicles and this promises to be one of the greatest Horse Shows countryFor on or ad dross any agent of the Southern Railway For a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomnch and Liver Tab lets and a quick cure is certain For sale by all druggists SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO HOT SPRINGS ARK On each Wednesday and Saturday from July 4th to Sept 80th inclutsive tho L N R R round trip tickets to Hot SpringsJArk at one fare plus ets limited to 60 days from date of salo A V HITE Agent THE PROPER TREATMENT FOR A SPRA INED ANKLE As a rule a man will feel wellIatisfiod if he can hobble on crutches two or three weeks fter spraining his ankle and it is usually two or throe months before e has fully recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time for in many easels in which Chamberlains Pain Balm has boon and ClJrehaS1been i I DareDevil Dorothy A WORTHY CAUSE Some time since the Kings Daughters of this city resolved to purchase a lot and build a more convenient and modern structure for hospital purposes They accordingly went to work and succeeded In purchasing a very dhcirahlo on East Main struet removed fi m the m ise heat nrd mxion 01 of the city With tho help of a fow friends they paid cash for their lot and leave a small amount still loft iu their treasury Every one knows the vast amount of good which has been accom plished by this noble charity It is deserving of the assistance of every citizen of this city as well sis everybody in tho county Those good women aro engaged Inn systematic solicitation for funds We hope that everybody will contribute Even if you can not give much give what you can Every little helps and becomes a great deal in tho encl The following is a list of contribu tions made up to this time German Benevolent Society r0 00 Cash 10 00 Mrs Catherine Thorn 25 0- 0ltlr Lucas Brodhead 10 00 Kings Daughters Duos 40 Mrs A J Alexander 200 00 Mrs C C Calhoun rO 00 Capt B C Milam JO 00 A Kings Daughter 00 Circle at Forks of Elkhorn KiO Ou Mrs M W Tarlton 00 Elks 25 00 Dr J S Coleman 25 00 Dr H S Keller 25 00 Cash 00 Rov M B Adams 10 00 Mason Chapter No3 5 00 Receipts from Entertain ments 21J 02 Mrs Charles Saudi 00 Masonic Lodge 10 00 Mrs James H Graham 10 00 Mr E L Samuel 100 00 Col David Colston 7 Of Mr August Webber lo 00 Miss West f old t 25 C- J Congloton Bro 00 The Geo Stagg Co nO 00 I Davis tf 10 R B Till on ij ii 00 Gritty fi Whito 2 50 lion M Kconon 5 00 David Nicol 10 O- lC McCluro Son i s 00 Geo H Stohli o Geo L Iayne 10 M Morris 00 H T Wash 00 Cash 00 Cash 00 v Berber jh fi 00 pee H Allen uo GERMAN SYRUP Wo want to impress on our read Syrupison tho market today that dons relievo tad cure consumption It purutariiavo boon so highly endorsed for the euro of coughs colds and oon sumpvlon by the groat medical con arossys The consumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rust at night and be free front tho spasm of dry and racking cough in tho morning The clis oaspd parts want rust Mealing and soothing treatment and tho patient nerds fresh air good food etc Oerman Syrup will givo free and ottsy OXlwltorl loll in the morning vyitli spocdy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular fsio containing nearly four tlIWf us much 75 cents At all druggists RAISED FROM THE DEAD thoIsays know what it was to stif Jor with nuiiralgia Mood dill and I gut a botitlo of Hullards Snow Jinilllont and I was raised front 11101uIr WHI I am I0Inull 100 at Paul Wuitzols DARE DEVIL DOROTHY TUESDAY NIGHT Nowadays something new in the dramatic or entertainment lino is rare but a real stage surprise is promised by Manager McNamara at the Capital Theatre Tuesday rvnnhis H thn production of a Irntnitiu uuisiunl comedy untitled DUiDovJ Dcrolhv This will be tho lust season of this play in this country although it has been a tremendous sucess in England for tho past three years where it is said it Is being toured by four sep arate companies Tile rights for tho United States and Canada have been secured by Mr Fred G Berger late manager of Sol Smith Russell and Mr T HONoil who have also arranged for an early production of this play in Now York City Dare Devil Dorothy is a play with a strong molodramtio story find is in four acts The first act is located and takes place at tho Courtlands Lon don the second which is largely composed of musical comedy with tho original music and songs by Sparrow Harris is located at the Bush Farms Australia the third act takes place at Scheene House on the Thames England in which it is said somo powerful dramatic acting takes place and is also noted for magnificent costuming of the ladies in the cast The fourth act is almost entirely composed of a vory novel circus sceno which is part of the plot and in which a series of new and splendid specialty people will appear in some of tho latest vaudeville acts Dare Devil Dorothy was writton by Wilfred Carr and the costumes wore designed and manufactured by Eaves of Now York City lie announcement of this attrac tion and its appoarnco here has already caused considerable inter est find the indications aro that the theatre will bo crowded with a splendid audience next Tuesday evening Sept 29 Seats now on sale at Barretts 25c SOc The 11111100- A If PUllGAlIVJJBASUREI B you a purgative pleasure is Theo famous lit tle pills cleanse tho liver and rid the system of all bile without pro TheydugiVo tone and strength to the tis sues and organs involved W H waysNoLittle Early Risers for constipa byJOUGHT TO CONTRIBUTE Mr R B Hughes of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association will be in tho city on Thursday and Friday of next week October 1st and and will Isit our 11151 DOSS men dI urge upon thorn the necessity liberal subscriptions to tho fund to be raised for that Association Wo grouthimWAN1E1A trustworthy gentleman or lady in each OUlIt to ago business for an old p tnullIII1 houso of solid ilnaneial standing A straight bona tide weekly salary of 18 paid by chuck each Monday with all expenses direct tron head quarters Money advanced for xI houses Enclose addressed envel lildgC11ieago u 21 YEARS A DYSIEPIICI 11 II Foster aiR S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I havo burn bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without relief recently rot a bottlo of Herbine One hot tle cured I am now tapering oil on the second I have recom ClIl1illg t SUDDEN DEATH Our city was startled about 8 oclookon Tuesday afternoon when it was learned that Mr Mack Sal yers had died suddenly at his homo shortly before Mr Snl ors recently embarked in business again being a member of the firm of M L Lawrence Co dealers in fresh and cured moatsAt time ho had been largely engaged in that and other business but for a number of years had boor out of regular employment- He was a clover gentleman H leaves a wife and several children to mourn his death The funeral sorvios were con ducted by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church on Thursday afternoon after which tho remains were buried in our cemetery REAL ESTATE TRANSFER Mr Eugeno Carlton and wife have sold their cottage home on Steole street to Mrs Agnes Moore consideration 7uO cash- REPUBLICAN RALLY We are requested to announce that tho Bolknap Club of Green Hill will give a grand rally and burgoo totiny Sept 26th Col L P Tarlton Ed W Lane and Dr E E Underwood will he tho speakers for tho occasion Speaking will begin at 2 oclocl p m Everybody invited Good order will be maintained PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGISTS Ford Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky writes We were requested- by Dr G B Snigley to send for Herbine for the benefit of our cus tomers We ordered three dozen In December and wo aro glad to say Herbine has given such great satis faction that we havo duplicated this order three times and today we gave your salesman another or der Wd bog to say Dr GB Snig ley takes pleasure in recommending Herbine SOc a bottle at Paul B Weitzols DR BUCKMAST R OSTEOPATH Office at Capital Hotel Room lo Hours 9 a m to 4 p m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday DURING SEPTEMBER EXAMINATION F R L L r ANCIENTTORTURE 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 blood is really no poison at all agonyThishardening of the bulls blood in the stomach The pressure of this solid mass on the heart lungs and other vital organs almost always resulted fatally Thats just like indigestion If your food doesnt iu 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 lungs Interferes with A dls orderedstoraacheffeets thewhole body By the use of such a preparation as KpdolDyspepsja Cure all this trouble is removed Before food can ba assimi lated into the system it must be re duced to proper condition by the di gestivefluids If any of these fluids are lacking perfect digestion is im possible ICodol Dyspepsia Cure sup plies tho missing fluids Stomach cant be cured b sulUeioncyIwell 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 way 1It rests the stomach This rest soon restores thestomach to perfect health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure helps the children too Weak and sickly little ones thrive onit It never fails During the last few years my stom itch aLS in such condition that I couldut retain tho food ate writes Henry Williams of Boonvllle Mo Two mouths ago commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A few bottles have cured me entirely 1 can now cat multi enjoy anything 1 want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Cures all Stomach Troubles IreiKtnd only by F 0 PiWiTT Co Chliauo Thujl battle rmilulnsUMjiiUicsilaOiV size ONE MINUTE COJSgSl Cure Cures quickly flints what its made for IlioL sale by T W Clayle drug t IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bcenIuse for over 30 years has hoijio the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits 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cant help but gePawrltesItried various remedies without good results but was cured by one bottle of KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE I cannot say too much in its favor It cant help but do you good Prepared by E DoWltt S Co Chicago The bottle contains 2H times the 50c sIze When you need a soothing and healing application for plies sor nail skin tiseases use DeWitts Witch Hazel SALVE Beware of counterfeits FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE III I IJ T FENCERI- COAL I- AND FEED Frankfort Ky I Sept It 1m I o J IAa rWives Sometimes Object To Life Assurance Widows never do Young Men 1 ISOlllltimes fail to provide for old age until too late Have You A family or business to protect If Not You will have an old man dopondqnb upon you in time IMWhy Not Protect your family business interest and old ago by u policy ill Till Kquitable Life Assurance Society Strongest in the Wor- ldRalph K WilsonOL- D PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY Mi shall be pleased to call on you By J t a AN ENGLISH NOVELTY t DareDevil Dorothy the latest beenfperii for the four years has bee de lighting vast English audiences at tributes its pronounced success to Its absolute novelty ideas Em r bracing all three phases of dramat ic art in one comic and grand opera and so well constructed it took an immediate hold upon the theatrego j ing public and as the London Tel t egraph expressed it the entire production was an agreeable change h from the stereotyped performances seen for the past ten years at our local play The company organized for the American produc tion is strong one both from a dramatic and musical standpoint tiand is the same which for the past two months has been receiving un v Usual commendaton from the East lern press The title role is por Ir d by Miss Grace Gibbons the t Boston girl who for the past few r years has been among the forces oft Charles Frohman Jacob Litfc and Augustin Daly young actress of charming personally and great beauty Mr Will Conley needs lit tle introduction to our audiences his work well to us all and his long conduction with Charles Frobman as principal come dian stamps him as an artist of ex cellent quality l The other principal members of the company are Madeline Win SquirItell and Mr Alfred Brltton the celebrated New York high baritone The remainder of theI linger l com t puny has been selected with par ticular emphasis for the parts they J fill and as this production is the lame in particular as It will be when it goes to New York for Its run it should test the capacity Tuesdayt Wha- tWALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORT is and does It is simply a good honest common sense food tonica combination of PepsinInothing else It is not a cureall or a medicine for acute or chronic diseases It does not take the place of the doctor It does strengthen weak diges tive organs tones and builds up the impaired impoverished nerves cles and and promotes a perfect condition of vigorous health It is a valuable remedy for dyspepsia indiges generallyforstrength It is a preparation of great worth for nursing mothers tired women old folks invalids and conva lescents It is highly recommended by physicians and prescribed by them longdemonstrated Two sizes 50 cts and zoo For Sale jiI W Gayle Frankfort Ky If0 n melodrama being European houses a a boing known a every mus blood RECAPTTRED On Monday morning Jailer Law rence captured It Pigeon a col ored man who had escaped from the county road gang on Fri day afternoon and brought him back to jail He will have the pleasure of carrying a ball and chain for some time now Dont worry The Bazaar is coming Powers old stand 53tf MORPHINE Can Morphine and Other Drug Habits Be Cured 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 demonstrated 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 they will take our treatment and follow our instructions Each case submitted to us re ceives individual attention and treatment from an experienced nerve specialist We do not detain you from business We give immediate relief Appetite for drugs is destroyed and appetite for food isI today for our free booklet and free trial treatment All correspondence strictly confidential in plain envelopes Address MANHATTAN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City m WORKING pVERTIME bythoseKings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curin Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel trouble Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25o at all 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 CAATOR rA Bntlie luisaatara of ctlZ KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening aud recon structing the digestive or gam It Is the latest dlscoTereddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all otherresults of imperfect digestion Price60c and fl Large size contains 3K tlmea small alia Book about dyspepsia mauedtree Prepared fcy E C Dawn AGO Chicago For sale by J W Gayle TAYLORITHE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY r L WHISKEY a E II TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors 71 Frankfort Kentucky I L if t f ll t b 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Palace Drawing Room Sleeper B H BAOON D P A JWCorctfaMdMurketSta Xoatevft C YOYL genuinelaxativethe remedy that cue a cold la rae day GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land welt situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well In the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargain The farm is located near Farmdate and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office 3 Jt J J Health and Pleasure Resorts f WITH MEDICINAL WATERSr TilE LINE OF TilEjILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD t AND TilE Yazoo And Mississippi Valley RAILROAD CoopersWellsregularly established health and pleasure re c andthaving 4noisRailroads IN ins UPLAND HEOIO Mississippi ij Send to the undersigned for a free or- an 1 illustrated hook describing thema11Ioaddition Hardin Springs Grayson Springs Dawson Springs Cerulean t tendon Springs Intand Creel Springs and Dixon Springs in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS J iUuptratedfreo on application to the underRfgnodj AIllinois o Try Capital Steam LaundryP a home enterprise Work guaranteedFARM 1ForI offer for sale my farm of 78 t acres located on Owenton pike 5 from city 16 acres in cultiva Ilion Plenty of water good barn brick residence and good cabin About four acres in orchard Place is part of Chas OHara farm Will sell or exchange propertyApply MISS HAHNror O L HAHN at 443m R K McClure k Sons DEVOURED BY WORMS painbutabundantly The entire trouble arises from inanition their food isnot assimilated but devoured worms A few doses of Vithitea- Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the surprise and ot mother 26c at Paul D Vettzel s 50 YEARSI EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac a sketch and description may aln11f ascertain our opinion free whether an Communlalionstrtctlyconedontlal sent free Oldest lfency for accurfuir patents ipulalScientific American handsomely Illnitrntcd weoklr 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