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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 3 1903 NOi 4 J I 6 a EtrE EratawJl f8I BBBBBPiBYOUNG MENrKI quTHIS STORE IS FULL OF THE SMART SNAPPY STYLES IN EVERY THING FOR THE OUTER MAN WE HAVE JUST THE THINGS THAT THE YOUNG MEN WANTTHE NEWEST TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE rnn v uw 8 YOUNG MENS gCLOTHING Ltil ICollege Brand Clothes I Il IOuryoung mens comes manufiicturers who inako r 1 but young men8 clothing not mllw n garment for either children or older men An u con thus are not afraid to I chequeneo tIll t newest styles and things that usually expect to find only at tho merchant madQPrices 41 N II oarrawa = = = = J OFF FOR SEAT OF WAR Company A 2d Regiment Run tucky Notional Guards Capt F IJ Gordon loft on tho y a 545 L fc N train on Monday morn ing for West Point to go in tho camp 1of instruction Major General John C Bates U S Army There wore fifty men who roported for duty Company E same Regiment Capt W A Lutkemoior command ing left on Thursday at I25t011 a special train for tho same point There wore men in line BAD ACCIDENT Wo hVo just loranod tho particu iIl1s of a sad accident to u bright lad a son of Mr John Siler who i lives beyond tho Forks of Elkhorn on Wednesday of last week r It seems that the lad was loading porno rook on a wagon when ho foil off broke his bail and three attention was at once rondorood but thu chances arc l dospereatoly against tho lads 10 covery MAN M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in tho hula of need His wife had such an usual case of stomach and liver trouble cond not help her Ko thought and tried Dr t Kings Now Lift Pills noel silo got relief at 01100 and was finally k cured Only 25o at all druggists t l1II on NIo iL ID stylishu tUtioi ral 1 MHOf jrankfortt 1fJdenuine Corona colt in button hlucher style which is the novelty of the season Prices 500 and 000 for Boyden ShoesManhattan Shirts iicountryRain CoatsTop We hove some very swagger things in cloth of lthose Tho top coats are cut 82 inches in length with a box effect and are worth 12 and 15 Till 141Scohhworth 15 to 20 tRoksand 100 g I R K McCLURE SON ffi = == = KENTUC1IYIril9BBB9BBJ3BBBJ3 j tfer gEftiteJE commanding under and X ribsSurgical THOUGHTFUL physicians Shoes Cogs NARROW ESCAPE On Sunday morning Judge J H Hazolrigg attempted to apply a so lution of pastOttriUU to a sore tooth as ho supposed but by mistake got hold of tho wrong bottle on tlio washstand and took sumo ammonia instead Of course tho result was disastrous and now the Judge is having a season of enforced return to liquid food and cant argue cases in the court very lluontly O lBears thoThe itiii Ito tBJgnaturo h Lilof I Z tactt DANGEROUS PRESENT Deputy Jailer Kirby was thn recipient of a pretty hat rather hall gerous present on Monday A moonshiner 110111 Rowan county who had served out his term sent Mr Kirby a rattlesnake a diamond back with four rattles und a button indicating that it was five years of ago BEA UTIFUL COMPLEXIONS Aro spoiled by using lily kind of preparation that tills the pores of tho skin Tho host way to secure a clear complexion free from sal lowness pimples blotches etc is Allloooasiullalliver and so establish a Molly healthy compixeion f Ue at Paul H Woitols l t i t S1EI ELI tlIOX The Governor has called a spe cial election to fill the vacancy in Congress from the Eleventh Dis trict The election will tako place on Tuesday Nov loth just one week after the regular election strikes an outsider as a waste o money and time It should have been eiilltd Jor the regular tithe as it has been ilony heretofore Hammond Co I Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky 5tt REPUBLICAN TICKET Iamasson Monday night at which short addresses wore delivered and the following ticket was nominated to he voted for in November CITY COUNCILIFirst WardH W McRory Frank UIJno E Kirtley JosIIJrnteborIlfasnnJames Noland BOARD OF EDUCATION First Ward Clarence Galye Second Ward Dr O H Rey nolds Third Ward Dr Jno W Gayle CONSTABLE Leonidas 13 HarrodR- EGISTRATION DAY Tuesday next October 6 is the regu lar Registration Day Dont fail to reg ister the- nDAtGHIERS OF CONFEDERACY Tho members of tho Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C are re quested to moot at the residence of Mrs Samuel this Saturday j after noon October 3 at 3 oclock Election of olllcers and other business of importance StocloB Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat HACK TO OLD VIRGIXIAI Rev W C Taylor D D former pastor of tho First Baptist Church of this city and more recently of the College Avenue Baptist Church Indianapolis Ind removed to Petersburg Va on Tuesday of this week to take charge of the city1V0 success ful pastorate ENTERTA SIMr W H Watts Assistant Su perintendent of tho Prudential Life COlpSIat the Saratoga Restaurant on Wednesday night CASTO ABears the Signat4t1 otThe of ttZdd MA SONIC ELECT ION Frankfort Chapter No R A M elected the following olllcers for tho ensuing year at a meeting held lOUdayfHigh PriestD L Holland Kinr1runic G Stagg SoLibeJob n P Selhert Captain of Host Theodore Wylie Secretary Geo A Lewis Treasurer Dr V A Kaltenbrun Principal Sojourner Harry Jones Royal Arch Captain Robinson Farmer Master Ul VaiiI B Lewis Mastered Vail Tho P Averiil Master 1st Vail Geo E Foam stet Sentinel Gus Schaefer There is nothing so important in facing severe cold weather as a well orgauied digestive force When tin stomach properly digests nutri tions food it creates new rich blond und fortifies the system against exhaustion Walthers Pephmied Port to bo found at all drug stores is an ideal combination of pure rich punt and the bet quality of pepsin It strengthens the weak digestive or trans restores the appetite builds systemFor and worn out people there is nothing Pupt1tlizetlSmall size 50 coat largo sire 100 For sale by J W Gayle Frank fort Ky a OUR LINE OF r HosieryfiWas selected with the greatest care and what you buy of us is sure to prove satisfactory We espeeially call your at tention to o- urLadies ANDChildrens Hose at 10 and 15 cents These are fast black and made of superior cotton yarns The kind that we sell at 25 cents are tho very best in the marketJust receivedanother lot of new stylish Dress Goods in Zibelines and Fancy Mixtures The weaves that aro so pop ular for tho new styles of Coat Suits Extra Values 50c S5c 100 and 150 per yard Call rind see the- mCKMNBHO tl ST CLAIR ST DECLINES Wo aro requested to say that Mr Lou Harrod postively declines tho nomination fur Constable in this magisterial district us tendered him by the Hup ubl lean Convention Ho 511S hovannot allord to hold tho of ice IN MEMORY Mood Gertrude Dennis the little daughter of Mr and Mrs G L Dennis died Sept J5th aged seven years fully months and three da slShe has gone to went her savior In that bright worlUabove Where she uan slug and praise the one That took her homo to love And seeing it wo understand Tho childs rapt look and oagor hand As on the loath both she lion And for tho last time closed hoi eyes Silo was 7 years Mouths layscold When tho Angels tout her house Where slit can live for evermore Around that great white throne Deco father mother and Istor Dont grieve for till precious child For silO is now safe at homo highIElHBhC I F PERSONALRey this week Mrs Tas N Miles visited friends in Lexington this week Rev t L AleCready of Avon- dale o was here Thursday PhnrslayforMr A F Kirttty and laughter arc visiting relative in Lpuisvilln Miss Jaiiin Dohoney is visiting friends at Loromwe Va- Capr Win lay wife ixiui grand sons of AHssissippi are in the city Air Sallie Williams has moved to a residence Oil Ann street Rev John K Sweeney of Paris was in the city this wick Col John II Allen of Lexington r attended the courts hero this week Mr John Dryden and wife wont to Cincinnati on Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lafe Crutchor have returned from New York Mr A Fox Respass and wife visited in Cincinnati this week Gen Jos H Lewis of Scott county was in the city Wednesday Mr Will T Lindse of Tryon N C is visiting relatives in this city Mrs V Berberich is visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mr Arthur Scott left Saturday for Chicago Ills Col Geo G Fetter of Louisville was a visitor hero this week Col D W Fnrlcigli of Louisville attended the courts hero this week Mr J Walter Daugherty visited friends in Lexington Sunday Miss Emma Warford visited friends in Lawrencoburg this week Mr R M Aldridgo and wife have returned from Petoskoy Mich Mr John H Kearney of Ver sailles was a juror in the U S Court this week Mr Hnhbard IC Ward of Ver sailles was a juror in the U S Court this week Mr A B White of Versailles was in the city this week as a juror in the U S Court Mr Dudley Lindsoy and wife of Owenshoro attended the Negus Lindsey wedding Miss Lucy Farmer of Louisville is the puost of the Misses Chinii Shelby street this week Miss Mary P Lewis who has boon visiting relatives in Owens boro returned yesterday Col G M Edgar of Paris was the ghost of Mrs 1 F Montgomery this work Judge W E Settle attended the Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly at St Loup this week Mr O C Kenney and wife visited relatives in Owen county on Sun dayMrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdalo is the guest of her son Mr W SI Farmer Second street Miss Prue Hunt Hodman who has been living in Philadelphia Penn has returned home Judge W F Hall of Harlan was In attendance upon the courts here this week Mr L H Carter of Lawrence burg attended the courts here this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his son Mr Goo W Lewis Mr David D Smith has returned from his vacation spout in Old Mexico Mr James Heeney returned Sunday night from a visit to his sister in Memphis Tenn 4d4TZH lInjor E Bradley and wife who have been in Europe for sev eral months returned Friday night Mrs Wm Van Antwerp of Aft Sterling is the guest of Mrs W B OConnell on Campbell street Misses Nell and Prattle Thomas are visiting relatives in Louisville and attending the Horse Show Capt J H Tnsco Deputy Collec 3tot of Carlisle attended the U S J Court this week in this city i Miss Annie Duvall leaves Tuesday for a visit to relatives in St Louis Mo I Mr John C Alastin has moved into the residence recently purl chased by him on Ann street t Mr C 1 Nugent Jr was tin guest of Rov C J Nugent Sr and wife this week Mr J McC Blaynoy Jr has re turned to Harvard Law School to complete his law studies Judge las F Hargis of Breath f dray itt county was in the city Wednes REMOVAL W E BAXTER D D S11I D Has removed his olliew to rooms in tho Baxter Building lol1thcHncollwr Bt Clair and Broml entrance on St Clair Special attention given to the higher 1ruteluw of Dental Surgery and to diseases of the Mouth NVwoiiml Throat Both phone New No 6 Old No April 111 yr Iii Mr Walter R Day late Repub lican State Treasurer was in the city this week Capt Noel Gaines and family arrived hero Wednesday night from Chicago Ills to visit relatives Capt W F Dandridg and wife hart returned from a trip to Wash ington City and other eastern points Mifs Emily Thomas entertained handsomely in lionor of Mi Kath orino Lindsoy on TuoMtlaj morning Mr Lindsoy Fitch of Louisville panic hero on Saturday in his big tourist niitoinobilu car Mr C Fiigai was called to Versailles by the lorrihlo accident t l her brother Mr Mark flu tin II a Master Cromwell Wilkins was tho guest of his aunt Mrs Win Crom well Shelby street this week Col St John of Louisville was in ttetidiumco upon the courts hero this week Mr H A G rotter wife nod child taro returned front a visit to rein tives in Chicago Judge H Clay Howard of Paris has been here this week in attend ance upon tho courts Mr Larue Coleman attended tho Horse Show in Louisville this weekMrs John E Miles returned Friday night from a trip to the East ern cities covering several months Mr A L Buxton has closed his barber shop in tho Mansion House Building and moved to Louisville Miss Belle Sanders has returned from her summer outing in Michi ganMrs Joseph Burckhardt and laughter Miss Josie are visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mr Geo B Hunt of Greenville Miss attended the NegusLindsoy wedding on Thursday = Miss Nell Thomas has returned home after a fow days visit to time country Miss Nary Emma Blytho spent a few days here last week the guest of friends Airs Hiram Berry entertained a few lady friends on Wednesday CapitalHotelAir John B Williams of Denver Col arrived in tho city on Wednes lay night on a visit to relatives It is his first visit for several years Mr Dudley A Gray of Now York City who has been tho guest of his parents Air Frank V Gray and wife has returned homo Miss Hattie Hambrick of Georgetown who has been tho guest of Airs L B Woisonburgh Jr lies returned home Air h C Willis Air and Air G G Gilbert of Shelby- ville were attorneys in a case in the U S Court on Thursday Mrs Ieno Coleman of Louisville who has been the west of Mrs Thos P Rogers home rotll1nodI Miss Lula Overall of AIo who has boon tho guest of Miss Esther Burnam has returned home Miss Nannie AIcAIcekin and Air John Gaines of Georgetown were guests of Alaj Albert Slack und wife this week AJr D L Kennedy and Air P H Newman Sr and wife attended tho funeral of Air John Hagerty in Lexington on Friday General Deputy Collector Chins 1l Randall of London was in at tendance upon the United States Court this week Revenue Agent David Gates of Atlanta Ga was in attendance upon the U S Court in this city this week Miss Alaria Hensloy Starling ot Greenville Miss attended the NegusLindsey wedding on Thursday Mrs Wm Cromwell was called to Bowling Green by tho serious Illness of her brothorininw Dr Ben H Alilliken Rov E A Penick wife and child of Phojnix Ariz attended tho NegusLindsey wedding on Thursday Air and Mrs Frank W Clark have returned homo after a few weeks visit to Air Clarks parents in Lewis county firs B R Day has been appointed delegate to the National Prison Congress which meets at Louisville next Week MrsT W Dally returned Suui day from attending time golden wedding of her parents Air James It Patton maul wife in St Louis Mo Air Pat Bohannan and Air Fred lie Hoffman Frankforts fine brio hallists have como home to remain until next season Airs John C Alustin and laughter Miss Alario returned Monday afternoon from a visit to Airs H AI Bain in Loxington Air D S Harrod son of Air Lon B Harrod who is a soldier in the Regular Army at Fort Leaven worth Kan is at homo on fur lough Miss Ida AI Dryden who has boon spending lice vacation with her uncle Air David C Dryden at Dayton Ohio returned homo on Tuesday II Air John C Herndon of Louis ville was in tho city this week tho guest of his sister Miss Annie Herndon Mrs James March of Lexington who has been the guest of Mri Grant L Roberts and wife has re turned home Airs S1lailey of Versailles sc well known and beloved in this pity has gone to Chicago 1115 toI reside Master W E HllellfljatulMaster Udulpho Bradley who havo been in Louisville for several months returned homo Friday night Rear Admiral Chapman Coleman Iodluu the retired list of time IT S Navy was tilt guest of his sister Airs S Holmes on Satur lay fir Tarlton O Julian and family of Florida who have been visiting relatives at Alt SIt ltin wore guests of his sister Mrs leo W Chinn in this city this week Miss Alamio Crutcher of Duck visitingherrSecond street returned homo Thursday Miss Frank Tunes of tho Ebon Holden Opera Co spout yesterday with her mother Mrs H B Times in this county Miss Innos is a beautiful girl and has made n suc cess in opera music Miss Willanna Smith tho cole brated violinist and vocalist will remain in the city this winter She will slug in time choir of tho First Presbyterian Church She will bo- n groat acquisition to that choir WnshingtonCitytion with her sister Mrs Anna VanDerveer and will attend tho wedding of her nephew Mr Richard A VanDorveer in Lexington Capt DW Owen of Shelby county a veteran of the Civil War KentuckyInfantryWhittaker was a member of the U S grand jury in tho U S Court this week and made us a pleasant call Mr Archie Campbell and Air daughterlittle citiwithliamson corner of Logan and Fourth streets IMrs Negus and daughters Misses Carrie and Susie of Green Negusiin1seywere guests of Col Chas E Hoge Iat their suburban home Ingleside Miss L J C Daniels and nephew of Grafton Vermont stopped over htIsios Oriental party eight yours ago und is a highly educated accomplished lady She left for Washington D C Friday morning Alonarch over pain Burns cuts sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Electric Oil At nay drug store JACKSONVILLE cryStockshort Amotlgthewho has been confined to her room for several wools Little Miss Nellie B Phillips has boon ill for several days Among tho visitors are tho fol lowing Mrs Sarah Moore and Air J R Kendall was the guests of Mrs L B Gordon Sunday Mr Wlison Moore and wife visited relatives at Polsgrovo Landing Ky Saturday and Sunday Mr Leonard Moors of South Lou pnrentsMrthis week Mr James Clark and wife of Louisville Ky are visiting rein tives this communty this week woreIweek Mr Ira Moore of Highland Park was in our community this weok Mr Thomas Haggard of Finch yule Ky was horn last week Mrs Alarion Holman and her neico Miss Nellie Haggard also her daughter Mrs John Sylvester and her little daughter Alabol and Air N F Force of Smithville fed visited friends and relatives of this community tho past week returning homo on Saturday lust Air W B Moore visited his sun Air John W Alooro of South Lou isville Ky this weok Air Dan Gray and family of Ok lahoma havo located hero Regular mooting was hold at this place Sunday last the pastor Rev I N Iceon filled time pulpit Air C W Perkins now house has boon completed and ho will move in soon CLOSE OBSERVER For a pleasant physic take Cham berlains Stomach und Liver Tab lots Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists If you expect to vote in November it is your duty to go to your voting place and register next Tuesday October 6 J j f I SELBERT4 J E- Prepared For the IR I S E N- DIAMONDS I Jotw The fact that Diamonds are good property is known by nearly everyone hut very few understand how really good they are how fast they are increasing in value Their Rise In Value The number of Karats found last year was not quite half the output of 1S08 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 York of 10 per cent is nn index of what may be expected at short intervals Our Stock We purchased a stock before the rise and while this lasts we can make slightly lower prices than the New York wholesalers and we advise purchasing sow A Guarantee of ValuefAs an evidence of our belief in the permanency of this ad 11 vaneeVwe contract to exchange solitarie diamonds atfull value price paid us for them We place 110 limit on this guarantee Buying Back For Cash Many people who recognize the genuine help diamonds are in promoting confidence and success hesitated to invest an them for fear of sudden need for money might come For such emergencies we have perfected our llloneybocktplan Any solitaire diamond bought here may be returned within a year and we will refund J0 per cent of its cost We honor the contract in cash and on presentation M A SELBERT RELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY I 1II7r4IBm- u n WORMSu For 20 Prepared byar JAMES F St Louis PAUL B St Clair A CURE FOR I hind Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all time time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured toeMrs W headache hud breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles aro quick digestion combined with the greatest known tonio and properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by J W GEN Ili A h Capt Noel Gaines of Chicago Ills has been appointed Inspector General for tho State National Guard and will he on duty in tho camp at West Point Camp Young Watch and wait for tho Baaar Store Powers old stand jut f IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT When pain or irrjtation exists on will give prompt relief It goes right to tho spot said an old man who was rubbing it in to cure his rheumatism C It Smith Propr Smith House Tonaha Texas writes I have used Bollards Snow Liniment In my family for several years and have found it to bo a fine remedy for all aohos and pains and I recommend it for pains in throat and chest tic 50o and 100 at Paul B Weiizols r + WHITES Host Quantity Best la Quality RemediosAxxaBALLARD VErlZEIJCor Broadway DYSPEPSIA uppoUtoconstipation Jodolreconstructive Gayle- APPOINTED INSPECTOR nppJicatioll CREA- MVERMIFUGE DEATHS BUXTONOn Friday night at tho homo of her parents on tho Wost Side Emily Scott infant daughter of Mr A Lincoln Buxton and wif- eWA1SONIu this city on Sun day afternoon an infant son of Mr Romeo Watson nod wife aged about throe year- sI3ARNEi1In this city on Sun lay afternoon the infant child of Air O R Barnett and wife aged two months WATSON In this city on Wednesday Mr Horace Watson and wife lost another little girl child being tho second called away within a week Tender sympathy is felt for them in their sorrow IOASTOnEABears of tht21I4 HE LEARNED A REAL TRUTH It is said of John Wesley that ho Whydothing over and over again John Wesley because mien tolling is not enough It is for this same rea son that you aro told again and CoughRemedyit counteracts any tendency of thosoI andhintFor sale by all drugigste j r Keep your eye on this space Sam ft Johnson t f f THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DlSCOVEHYfij This wonderful medicine posi tively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50clTrial bottle free 131v BIRTHS STAFFORD In this city on Friday to Mr A J Stafford and wifea daughter MURRAYIn this city on Wed nesday to Gon David R Murray and wifea daughte- rMcCLUREIn this city on yesterday to Mr Albert H McClure a daughter AMPING GROUND tST of our citizens went to on Monday to attend conference of the Masters De 1the by Mt Vernon Lodge of Ma of that city Miss Ophelia Thomason of Frankfort is the guest of Miss Lillie Mae Stone IWeare glad to know that Mr Jos has returned from Martins ville Ind greatly improved in health Mr Theton of Indianapolis End is tire guest of Mr J W Bond Mr Lloyd Featherston and wife of Fayette county visited Mr Geo E Wilkerson last week Mr J W Palmer is erecting a new stock pen and scalps near the railroad station prove a great convenience to stock dealers The wedding of Mr Louis B Stone and Miss Earlena Bridges took plac on Thursday at the residence of Mr Jack Bridges near Wood lake Franklin county Their many friends tender hearty con gratulationsRev Warn Beagle and wife dauJhter1Jrr ter Ernestine of Lexington Mr Perry also spent a day or so with them Owing to the scarcity of water in the Buffalo Spring people living outside of town have been prohib ited from hauling water from it UNO KENTUCKY MIDLAND MED ICAL SOCIETY The Kentucky Midland Medical Society held a largely attended and interesting meeting at the Cap ital Hotel on Thursday Prominent physicians from all parts of the by this society were in attendance A banquet was served at 2 oclock p in and was greatly enjoyed ONLY A VERY FEW PUB LISHED proprietorsfew of the numerous letters received in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and tolling of its remarkable cures They come from people in every walk in life and from oelV State in the Union The following from Mr T W Greathouso of Iratts burg Ga speaks for isolf I would have boon dead now but for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years of suffering can never say too much in praise of J that remedy For sale by all drug gists Katherina Goodrich in Wilbur Opera Company J THE ORIGINAL WILBUR OPERA COMPANY On next Monday evening October 5 the famous Wilbur Opera Company opens an engagement at the Capital Theatre of four nights and three matinees The Wilbur Opera Company this season is larger and has a better cast of principals than it ever brought to this city Such namcHas Gus Vaughn Chas Vaughn W A McGraw Charley VanDyno aid the Misses Richard son Langdon Hunt and Wisdom as principals are familiar to lovers of comic opera in every city The chorus this season is composed f pretty and shapely girls who can sing A pleasing feature of the Wilburs performance is that no waits occur between the acts As soon as the curtain drops on the different acts of the opera the vaudeville artists claim attention As a special feature in this line Miss Ethel Hunt the Austra inn beauty has boon engaged and does a novel pleasing act Mr Harry Hoffman the musical director has composed a now march which is lod by Miss Hunt who is assisted by the chorus with now costumes and li ht effects which make it a dazzling novelty Everything is new this season but the prices which are on the popular scale 10 20 80 and Palo VIOLIN AND VOICE Miss Willauna Smith will begin her class in Violin Mud Voice Cul ture at the residence of Mrs O W Saliell 4JO Second Street on Mon day next October f Application can be made to her at that plow 1tf AMUSEMENTS The new Railroad Jack Com pang which is to appear at Capital Theatre Saturday matinee and night augurs well for the management of the fortunate house which secured this attraction All the east ern cities have laughed themselves sick over the adventures of Jack Raggles the humorous tramp It has boon well tried and proven a successful vehicle to enrich its givetheenough to see it an unlimited value for tho money they expend to sit it through Tho fact is they could not be satisfied to see a portion onl for the play so abounds in fun satire and all the elements that combine to make an amusing con nected story that to miss a portion of it is an aggravation This sea son Manager Caufman has selected the thespian favorites for Rail road Jack with tho utmost care Each artist has been engaged for his or her well known ability and each one selected to portray the various characters allotted to them Tbo story is unfolded bit by bit ellIa tho roars of laughter are spontaneous and full of comic situations prontisosnew songs dances scenery mechanical eifocts and music in every pleasethecollent in quality to satisfy the most exacting she most sonsa stagetaloslady is thrown into a cage with a largo and ferocious lion and rescued from antler his very paws by the tramp in full view of the audience Duke tho largest lion in oaptiv sty will bo drawn through tho principal streets of this city Satur day at lii oclock Prices 20 85 and 50 at night Matinee 10 Iud i0 cents r= Pleasant to take = J Laxattve Syrup a NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring 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 DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE FOR FI- NEWATCHES CLOCKSAND CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY Fine watch nUll jewelry repairing a specialty All work and goods strictly warranted 1ho highest prico pail for old gold or taken in exchange for now work Jan 1003 ly = a J THeFranRfortRounflaDom Entered at the postofllcc nt Frankfort Ken tuekysissoioiulilass mlliu bIt mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 3 1903 A RARE OFFER Wo have made arrangements by which we can offer the best farmI ers paper in the South the Home and Farm of Louisville together with the Roundaohut for the price of the one paper the Roundabout nt per year in advance those wishing to subscribe under the new arrangement will please send in their names and the cashI at once so that they can ho 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 canno r afford to be without The Roundabout is the peoples paper and always furnishes reliable news and clean reading matter Remember one dollar cash in ad t f vance is the price and send iii your orders UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT The fall term of the United States cfiCourt for the Eastern District of Kentucky commenced in this city on Monday afternoon The term will last about two weeks or more Time following are the otlicers of the court Judge A M J Cochran District AttorneyJ H Tinsley AssistantGeo M Davison ClerkWalter G Chapman DeputyMiss Emily Coleman t MarshalStephen G Sharp DeputyRousseau True BailiflEmmitt Orr Office Deputies Miss Lottie Sharp and Miss Ollio Mitchell lkrho following gentlemen com the grand jury H K Ward t foreman Nelson Nunnelly Norvin Green Chas Stephens R M Harris Wesley Gray James Shouse F J Smithers John Bond F Watts Jas G Scott J 8 Chilton John Osborno John Sculley D W Owen and Sennett Norvel Petit Jury No iJas R Shaw- Lr B White Thos T Jenkins Fred L Sohiruier Monroe Driskell A1- Tandy Lewis Beverly A J Cub bage J W Writtoti M L Le Compto I1 Lewis G H Mastin Petit jury No 2Pat Newman C l1 Lillard Jr Ed Wilson Will Duncan I T Johnson Jas Hickey IJC Skidmore r L Stiv ers W T Young Robert Rose A Blythe John E Kirtley REUNION SECOND BRIGADE CONFE DERATE VETERANS Paducuh Ky Oct 1510 For the above occasion the It N R R will soil tickets to Padu- cah 1yon Oct 15 and 10 limited to Oct 17th for one fare plus cents for the round trip A V RITE Agent OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Wo have several hundred old l newsy ors for sale for cash Apt ply at this oflice jt= Ja jM l 1Wia The Cool Weather Has Arrived AND IT HAS FOUNT US PREPARED TO MEET THE WANTS OF EVERY ONE OUR STOCK This fall is larger than over 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 ERICI FIFTH SEMIANNVAL MEETING OF THE ASHLAND DIS TR1CT TEACHERS- ASOCIATION At Owonton Kentucky Friday OqtoherI OFFCERS WE Williams President Owon ton Ky E A Scott 1st VicoPres Henry Lillie Rouse 2d Vice Pros Scott county C S Stevens Sccy and Treas LexingtonPROGRAMME Friday 1080 a m Association called to order by President Song America By Associa tion Welcome Address Supt M H Bourne Owen County Response Supt M 11 Hifner Wood ford county Address Rev Dr J J Taylor Georgetown College Erollmont of Teachers and An nouncements Friday 180 p m Increasing School Fund Without Increasing Taxation PI on H V McChesney Consolidation of County SchoolsIM B finer Wood ford Discussion E R Jones Frank lin and J R Demoss Lexington Kentuckys Exhibit at the IJou1isYilloHenry County What Wo Want From the Next LegislatureSupt M A Cassidy LexingtonDiscussIonErnest Lucas Scott County and Prof E M Castello Paris KyFriday Evening- A banquet will be served at which Supt M H Bourne will preside Dr J C Willis of Lexington will be the principal speaker Saturday Morning Song The Ways of Extending the School Term Supt S L Frogge FrankfortDIscussIonSupt J D Clark Fayetto County Andrew Barnes Owen County and E A Skidmore Port Royal KyMusic Beautifying the School Grounds Supt IJH Paxton of George town s Discussion Miss Stella lran ford Franklin County Mr Z O King Pewee Valley and Mrs Noll Clay Bourbon County Elucatiom1erSeSupt Lucy Puttie Franklin- DiscussionProf W R Eubank Midway Ky Prof J A Sharon SelphIMusic Benefits of Literature in the Grades Miss Louise Wiard Frankfort Miss Lillie Rouse Scott County und Miss Eva Scott Owen CountyAddressDr R N Roark Lexington Music Section 100 Common School H V McChosnoy Frankfort Culture Teaching Possible in Our Public Schools Col Goo M Edgar Paris J r iIkJ AT 50 CTS Our line of new Fall Dress Goods in all the latest weaves are extra gooct values Beautiful Novelties at 75c 90c 150 Dont buy your BLACK TAFFETA SILK Until you see the extraordinary value in 36 inch ve are offering at 100 and 1 25 t FOR Law EifIOf Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit UpI To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me dcleter1iousthan the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from slccpinpon the lelt side and smothering when the sufferer has to fit up in bed to breathe arc heartIsymptoms do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience- I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with bathin etc I faithfully followed the- directionsgcven rail am pleased to say that cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so nervous could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my case can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELIJAHHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Discussion Prof Noel Owen County Prof R E Warren Scott Prof E O Soott Eminence ELECTION OF OFFICERS Adjournment A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery diarrboea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Acts promptlyOLD RELIABLE J Attention is called to the adver tisement of Messrs H F Hillen moyor Sons nurserymen of Lex ington in todays paper Those needing trees vInes or anything in their lIne cannot do better than write to this concern Wo will guarantee that everything they furnish is reliable and firstclass TO RUN FERRY By arrangement of the City Coun cil there will be a ferry operated from this city to Bollepoint durirg the time that the railroad bridge is being renewed This will be a great and necessary convenience to the oitiens of this city and that growing suburb fori which thanks are largely due to Councilman Pat H Newman sr NEW MEAT STORE Mr Bowen Henry has opened out a firstclass meat store in the Horn don block next door to Brewer Bros grocery Second RtrootISouth Sidq and will the best meats at lowest prices FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book whiqh gives our references terms etc MANHATTON THER A PEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway Now York City 1 tJ i Big line of new Outings and Flannelettes- All PricesiHosiery and Underwear Special Good Bargains in This De partment REOOSIHlTClISGI The L A N railroad has been preparing the timbers for the recon struction of their bridge over the river in this city for some time Every timber having been gotton out and all the preliminaries arranged the work of reconstruction was commenced on Monday last There is a big gang of men em ployed and the work will be rushed to completion at the earliest prac ticable moment so that as little in convenience as possible will be imposed on the public The trains of all kinds will run regularly and no interruption will occur to any tralllo except for foot passengers and vehicles It will be remembered that some eleven years ago an entirely new iron bridge was put up at this place which was raised several feet yotIfive minutes so p ofvet wore the ar rangements for time work MOTHERS Who would keep their children in good health should watch for time first symptoms of worms und re move them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It is time childrens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up healthy and strong U5c at Paul B Weit xels DRAINING THE ZUYDER ZEE An excellent account is given in the October MoCluros of an en gineering proJoct second only in magnitude and importance to the Isthmian Canal to wit the stu pendous undertaking of the Dutch Government to drain time larger part of the Zuydor Zee convert the rest of it into a groat freshwater lake and reclaim from the sea piece of land equal to onefour teenth the present area of Holland Though the work which has hardly begun will extend over some thirtythree years each stage of it has been plotted and the cost estimated by the Dutch engineers with the utmost exactness und thorough ness all of which is most Interestingly set forth by the writer of the article seems Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weakand paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and IOO all druggists NEW ENTERPRISE Judge W L Pence has sold his old Champion Sawmill property on the West Side to the Ford Lumber Co Capt J M Thomas Prosi lent and that company will at once erect additions to the mill sullluinnt to make it one of the larg est and best arranged baud saw mills in the State When com 11fortTiiis is a rood thing for this cityIIand community and will do more towards the advancement of our citys interests than anything that has occurred since time building of the Frankfort Shoe Companys big plant Now if we could only have moro itIMora business and less politics is the thing to help this city A GREAT SENSATION There was a big sensation in IJoosIvine Ind when W H that place who was expected toIdie had his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery for stint pticit He writes I OonIinsuperable agonies from but your Now Discovery gave immediate relief and soon thereof tor effected a complete mire Sim ilar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis crud Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and It1l Price 5Ue and 100 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mr W Arthur Howard Mrs Clara Convert last week threeIsmall pieces of property Holmes street adjacent to the Factory for 4000 cash Beare CaSTORE4IBIpaturo 11 of REMOVAL Mr Gus LaFontaine the celebrated raconteur has removed his restaurant to spick and span new quarters on Ann street next door of the Dewey Cafe Every thing is nice and clean as possible and Frenohy knows how and does set out au apportiing meal LaIdies tine accomodated with niceIquarters Give him a call FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RAILWAY Glace of General Superintendent Frankfort Ky October 1st 1908 Effective this date Mr A V FreightAgentnut Railway at Frankfort in place of Mr James Roy transferred MriRoy will settle agency business ac crued previous of this date All Frankfort Cincinnati Rail packagefreight Jointfroight r GEO B HARPER General Supt HOMESEEKERS EXCUnSIONSI Tho first and third Tuesdays oft J each month at f JrntosrapidlytripThetraveled roads tho west and 1l0rthwoHt1W M Shaw D P A 480 Vino Istreet Cincinnati Ohio L W Wakoloy Gonl PassrAgent St Louis MoII JididA itJ lrfft M We Are Fleadyu7171 1Merode JUnderwear I Is the best J We have all grades and all si- zesCARPETS Frankfort Main S II PUSH IT ALONG Tho Kings Dmighers Hospital Fund is growing but not as fast as it ought to We trust every ono wit Lores tod in having the building oroutod as soon as possible Th demand is urgent Push it along The following is the report up to the hour of our going to press Cash v 2000 McKee Hardio 500 Henry Bingold 000 Cash iiOO Cash 100 D B Collins 500 Dr A J Kimm oOO f Goo A Lewis 500 Csah 100 fti Rupert Grocery Company 1000 J S Darnell 500 C Y D Mangan 100 r Cash 50 Cash 100 M J Monghor Co 500 Miss N C 200 if John Gayle lOO- p Ceoil Farmer 250 j A W Overtoil per month 100 Guy Bnrretfc 1000 W H Avorill 1000 IH G Mattern 100 L A Trumbo 100 i Mrs V A Kaltonbrun 1500 John S Cannon 500 Gon Fayette Hewitt 2000 Woltzel ODonnoll 1000 John H Cassoll 200 J Dr Jon k s 100 DIck Julian 100 Dr J A Posoy 1000 PO Sower Co 500 IHownrd Johnson 500 Dr Blayney V 0 Woitzel 100 M Ellwanger 250 Geo B Sftlender 250 Ira Julian 100 Wm Cromwell 500 J L Lusoher 500S- V C Marshal 200 JAScott 500 BGWilliams 500 Cash 100 T W Johnson 1000 w H Posey 500 E M Wallace 200 Bowen Henry 200 John Brady 100 Mrs M R Ryan 500 W L Crutcher 200 E H Taylor jr Sons 5000 Samuel 33 Hutton 500 A V Hito 500 Cash 100 Mrs Goo Yagol 200 Mrs C H Mandovillo 100 S C Cryer Ii 500- M A Jones 800 G W Roach Co 500 James ODonnoll 100 J Rosenstoin 100 Gobor Lutkomoior 500 Cash 100 Jacob Bosonstoin 100 J J Brislan 1000 Paul B Woitozl 500 L T Rodgers 110 noP Doyer 200 Miss Christine Reynolds 2500 Coleman McKoovor 500 Mrs J M VanDorvoor 500 Crutchor Simpson 2500 Kentucky River Poplar Co 2500 Goo Salender 500 J M L Cnnnody 100 D M Cosine 100 Wm H Brewer 100 W G WeitzeL 200 Tilford 3Jywater 500 r Dress Goods More beautiful t lan we have shown and the largest assortment 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 pUlchnsesI Street Novel Collins 500 Mrs Prue Rodman 100 J W Gayle 1000 LeCompte Gayle Co 1000 Richard Morris 1000 Georgia L Hondriok 10000 Miss Annie Cruncher 1000 If you expect to vote in November it is your duty to go to your voting place and register next Tuesday October 6 A SMASHING SEA YARN There is no story bettor than a good sea story Such a one there is itr the October McCluros by Colin McKay called The Mate From Maine simply the story of how a looking young fellow just out of the hospital but already a famous mate took the old Eliza Mae with her cargo of coal and her leaks and her cow ardly master from Delaware Break water safe into Halifax harbor It is the last story in the number Look it up and road it ROBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful condi tion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by physicians had given mo up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to myTreat joy tile first bottle made a decided improve mont I continued their use for throe weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at all drug stores Dont fail to register Tuesday next October 6 That is the only chance you will have THE LOVE STORY If lovo is a germ then every thea tregoer should embrace the oppor tunity to see Harry Beresford in J M Barrios most brilliant creation that of Tho Professors Lovo Story in which the clever author more than in any of his otherworks The Little Minister Admiral Creighton and Tho Sister of Joso makes use of the little god Cupids exclusive specialty for in this play its writer makes an old than a man of science a recluse fall in love The workings of the germ with which ho is infected will bo most portrayed by Boresfords pantomimic action through which the young comedian as much as with the lines of the play convoys the action of the themo DIETING INVITES DISEASE Lo euro Dyspepsia or indigestion it is no nece slU to live on system becomes an easy pros to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that ono cares to onto and is a never failing cure for indigestion dyspepsia anti all stomach troubles Kodol di gests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by J W Gaylo FOR SALE A firstclass banjo with ease for sale cheap Apply at this oflloe 41tf Sweaters Are not only stylishand dressy now but very necessary these cool We have some pretty styles in Ladles Sweaters that you wiIllikePrices 250 to 8 II Kentucky W FARMER RUGSr littlelto i11762Cash Newman 5001ti consumptive dayThree PROFESSORS expressively Ihoduces BEST mornings PRICLS GOODS TREATMENT These are the three rules which rule this store in nil seasons of the your Our Him is to give perfect satisfaction There is 110 reason why we shouldnt and ifnt any tinge you get anything here which is not right we fish you to tell us of it John Driscoll frankfort Ky I t f 1 I z t Y- lj 6 1L lJlt 7ori M t IiWe Have On Hand FiI L- t1 THE SEASON rti- r Great Variety Fine Whiskeys ff i ltSprlnr Hill 71 t Old Taylor Old Crow i 0 F Cz1a1tHermitagept wIf yon wish to send a friendetAsomething good call us Also II Rudolph Bauer Candies Fruits Nuts and everything good to leat in the can goods linn You are i invited to call and we will show you all our fine goods whether you buy or n- otJSMSAFFELLSON 212 ANN ST I4 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 said I do not see why anyone goos to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial and the scenery and surrounding country the nil 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 Switzerland This splendidly woixlcd hills with thu cool InviKorntiiiK iiir of these l1 ltltnds where ono can enjoy rambles in tho depths of tin forest or rides drives anioni thw nuhlu roil bridle paths and roadways IItfurdrlllIsnrlfor those who desiro rest and did tend casinos onw can hmo all tho entertainment and nodal pleasures possible at tho most fashionable resorts On The MONON ROUTE For booklet telling all ahout the waters Hotel Rates and full information write E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky j Suits Cloaks The cut illustrated in this advertisement J is only one of the l very many styles we are showing in Suits LATEST CORRECT EFFECTSI COME AND SEE THEM 4 I Iowiers are just what a horse needs when in bad omlition Tonic blood purifier vermifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Price andIcents per packoge For sale by J W Gayle LeCompte Gayle Fon RENT joJRousJInaHSFor information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf tj C Jc 0 TIME TAIILK t SOUTH No21 jNo iA ai P 3r Lexlmjton 620 618 rShebyville 820I 700 iT Lonlsvllle 800 NORTIio221 1 No P M 1LvJ- nulcvnla 000aeheloyvllle 700 imiiiiluri tSOI 740 A Lexington 840tT WkLl S t I- 1Iidney Globes itforBladder Diseases n SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wit euro any ordinary case of or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel caresrDiabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and irreglaritiesin both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the No Core No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upoa receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky I May 21y A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL Jtomthe bile clear the complexion cure headache anti leave a good taste in pillsforeffectually are DeWitts Little Early LafayetteIndused gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers are sim ply perfect Sold by J W Gayle SI767283 Was the amount we paid last year for salaries Practicallysall of this enormous amount was spent in Frankfort What are J1 fou to r Jdoesour city prosperous Wo only ask you to use our flour will you do that much Sold only through dealers 1 j E in mining GO l v i 1 CONTESTr 4 I 100 it I t t kf RELIGIOUSASCENSION CHURCHBev A B Chinn Rector will preach at a m and iBO m Sundayr session held in the 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 780 p in Evening Prayer and Address Wednesday 780 m in the chapel Short- Evening Prayer and Address Friday 780 p m In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and discussion of tho lesson for following Sunday cordiallyinvited t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p in in the court house at 980 a in in the oourtllouseIBaptist Young Peoples Union adjourned until the repairs on i the church are completed Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun dayschool room of the First Pres byterian Church- CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p in LivingQuestionSundayschool at 980 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will hold a business meeting led by the President Coy Wells at 645 p m in chapelThe Endeavor Society will mept in the Chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon Prayermeeting Wednesday even chapelTopicTreasures The public is cordially invited to Attend these services especially Itrangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 730- Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH Rev J McCluskv Blayney D D the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 pmThe public is cordially invited to attendMETHODIST CH URCH R o v C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a in nightatVisitors cordially invited 1 PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRev pmSundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 080 Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 The public cordially invited to L attend r PRFJSBY1ERTfAN280Everybody invited to attend r PROTRACTED MEETING AT METHODIST CHURCH Rev U G Footo Pastor of tho M E Church South in Lexington Ky will assist Rev C J Nugent in a protracted meetingat the Methodist l Church this city tho latter part of October f I k t FOR THE MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERj IN FRANKLIN COUNTY BLGINNING SATURDAY SEPT 12111And Continuing Until NEW YEARS DAY 1904IIA1r For Eacti 9100 PurChase 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 f countyThe ballots will be deposited in a regular ballot box The key to the box will be given to Mr Engone Hoge at State National Bank and shall not be out of his possession until contest is over when box will be opened and vote counted The winner can exchange the watch at M A Selborts for any other at the same pr- iceCRUTCHER f3 nnP StF c Sj STROKE OF PARALYSIS We regret to learn that Mrs Sarah Howell wife of Mr S W Howell member of the Board of Education from the Third Ward wits stricken with paralysis on Thursday morn ing at her home on Benson street West Side Mrs Howell is a mod est and unassuming lady whoso many friends will regret to learn of her misfortune and hope that she may recover ISELI HIS FARM A few weeks since Dr W Lee Crutcher advertised his small farm located on the Louisville pike for sale in tho Roundabout On Thursday he sold it to Mr E R Suter consideration 5500 or something over 100 per acre cash MoralIf you want the people to know when you have anything to sell advertise in the Roundabout MANAGER WANTED in this county and adjoining territories to represent anti advertise an old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary 2100 weekly with expenses addi tional paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Ex penses advanced and horse and carriage furnished when necessary position permanent Address See rotary 600 Monon Building Chi cago Ill 44t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure niqeiits what you eat WANTED Several 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 offices Horse and carriage furnished when necessary References Enclose selfaddressed en velope Colonial 332 Dearborn St Chicago 2lGt a I Superb spices for PicklIngJ c Pure full flavored spioes are the most economical I the year round but espe 6- I picklingYour preserves and les are put up for through the year pickIand once done changed The deli appetizing character of these products depends on your using the right lSlof EWeand high quality of our spices They are the kind I you eau use with absolute certainty of good results IWhole and Ground Mus Lard Cinnamon Ginger Peppers Cloves Nut j- CurcumalfJ if Pure Old Apple Vinegar Did ou Kit your sample of this fine old applo vinegar You en vinegarlinetho acid and water kind y n irally used EJ GAYLE CO 314 Main trectffJ W j Cor Ann slid Broadway tg I u COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the Democratic primary 52te ITIEN1IOTo the Teachers of Franklin CountyThe SemiAnnual Meeting of the Ashland District Educa tional Association will asemblo at Owenton Ky October 16 17 1903 This body was organized in the city of Frankfort October 25 1901 anti has been a success from the beginningWe a letter from President Williams of Owenton saying that his people are manifesting great in terest in tho meeting and that he confidently believes this session will excel all others Owen county teachers have attended in large nnunbers every meeting of the Association and now hold the banner awarded at Georgetown in April for the largest attendance from any county Lets go down and bring that banner to Franklin What say you teachersE R JONES Ex Com See Program elsewhereEditor- BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS We have been placed under obli gations to Mr Frank H Hat for a couple of splendid specimens of Caladium blooms They are each sixteen inches long and very beautiul He will please accept thanks WANTED TO BORROW 3500 OR 4000 With good real estatea farm in Franklin countyas security Address this office Sept 192m CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of G Y e FO SALE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf DO GOODIT PAYS Chicago man has observed that IA deeds are better than real estate deedssome of the latter are gentlyIhand You eau not possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word fund encouragement more than substantial help There are persons in this community who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and thoro is no danger what over from pneumonia when you use that s euros I know it for it has helped mo out many a time Sold by all drug gists I L A NIE Arm Rocker Solid Oak or Mahogany Finish 165 R Rogers Sons LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALI FORN IA From September 15 until Novem ber 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 reg ular 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 great daily through train with chair cars and tourist sleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and intermediate pointsTO CALIFORNIA The Burlingtons weekly person ally conducted California excursions 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 Tue8da s of each month at approximately half rates for the round- trip It 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 TREES FALL 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Ever greens Rhubarb Asparagus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents but best prices to planters Catalogue on application to H F Hillenmeyer F Sons Lexington Ky BOTH PHONES- 43m FOR SALE JTho most desirable small farm near Frankfort Two miles out on Louisville pike Good soil well watered plenty of fruit House hUH eight rooms Out buildings barn ice house otc For further particulars apply to W LEE CRUTOHER 21 mil r 1870 TO GREENSBORO N C j AND RETURNw Southerrnflyunion Nonresident North Caiolin returningflfteenFor full particulars call on South ern fcD P A Louisville Ky ILLINofSGENTRALl UNUSUALLY LOWrRATES TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST OCTOBER 20 t ifIfrom Louis vine to- Jackson Miss Vicksburg Miss Natchez Miss New Orleans La and to all Illinois Central and Yazoo Mississippi Valley R R points in the States of Mississippi and Louisiana At 1400 for the round trip Jennings La Lake Charles La Beaumont Tex Houston Tex and to points on the Southern Pacific R R in the States of Louisiana and Texas east of nnd including Houston Tezr At 1800 for the round trip Return Limit November Tickets and full information of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines A H HANSON GP A Chicago THE SALVE THAT HEALS without leaving a sour is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves but Hazel Salvo is the only Witch Hazel Salvo made that contains tho pure unadulterated witch hazel If any uthor Witch Hazel Salvo is offered you it is a counterfeit E C DoWitt invented Witch Hazel Salvo and DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is the host salvo in the world ifor outs burns bruises totter or protradingOnly one remedy in the World that v will at once stop itchiness of time tskin iu any part of tho body Doans Ointment At any drug store 50 1Ift J GlLJSERIJ I Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot iWinchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re sults they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester powderIare the best on the Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT IEV li ASSIGNMENTS 1110 following are the assignments of internal revenue officers in this division of the 7th District as made by Collector S Roberts for the month of October Jas G Urawner to Ky River Distillery No 2 F W Harting to Ky River Dis tillery No 2 warehouse T J Craig to Ky River Distil lory No 2 warehouse- C N Wiard to W A Gaines Co No4 C H Wickliffo to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse- E F Darnaby to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse A W Nazoi to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse F G Sparks to S J Greenbamn No9 Jas P Rogers to S J Green katun No9 warehouse- G W McConnell to S J Green baum No9 warehouse H S Sinclair to S J Green baum No 9 bottling Jib T Berry to John T Barbee Co No 82 P G Powell to John T Barbee y Co No H2 warehouse F D Clark to Jno Cochran Co No Bi IG T Mountjoy to John Cochran 4 Co No 87 warehouse Chas H Talbott to Labrot Graham No 52 Jno A Logan to Labrot Ira liani No 52 warehouse t L L Lomastor to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 C H Morgan to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 warehouse John y Stevenson to E H Pay warohouscJSons No 53 bottling Jas iI Withrow to W A Gaines Co No 100 Isaac T West to W A Gables Co No 105 warehouse J G Barnett to W A Gaines No warehouse tCo M Cisco to W A Gaines No 100 warehouse David Harp to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling- W A Hamilton to W A Gaines ds Co No 100 night Eugene Craig to Geo T Stagg Co No lia v Jno R Spiers to Goo T Stagg Co No 113 warhouse G T Scearce to Geo T Stagg No 113 bottling PICo GAUGERS J H Eastin to Ky River Distillery No2 W A Gaines Co No4 Goo T Stagg Co No 113 T L McConnell to S J Green baum No 0 tItG ONeill to Jno Coo bran No 37 W A Gaines Co No 100 J P Williams Rectifier Win M Button to Labrot Gra ham No r 2 E H Taylor Jr Sons No 5- 3STOREKEEPERGA UGERS- Jas E Hanrahan to Laval Mayso No 11 B Anderson to Geo Baker 1w33 GOIWhitohouso to W J Frazier A Powell to J J M Sallell x No 91 J L Cox to J N Blqkenioro No Wm S Lyno to Haynes lrun dle No 10- 5WANTEDA trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to man ago business for an old established stanIiiigAof 18 laid by chock each lndu with all expenses direct from headquarters Money advanced for ex penses Enclose addressed onvol BldgChicago s A z MARRIED McGOLDRICK HAYDEN In Lawrenceburg on Monday Mr Clarence MoGoldrlck and Miss Mary Hayden were married by Rev Theodore M Humphrey Mr McGoldrick is a popular young business man His bride is til pretty daughter of Mr John Hayden of this city- BURTHILLIARDA t the Fleming Hotel on Wednesday morning at oclock Mr Jos T Burk and Miss Lutishle Hilliard both of Birdie Anderson county were mar ried by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Churc- hDEAKINSMETZIn this city on Monday last Sept 28th Mr John Lewis Deakins and Miss Nora Metz were married by Rev George DarsioMr Deakins is a popular and clever young man of Sholbyvlle a splendid specimen of young Ken tucky manhood His bride is a pretty and loveable young lady ofthe Forks of Elkhorn After the marriage a dainty and attractive reception was given at the homo of the groom after which the happy young couple loft over the C O for an eastern trip Upon their return they will make their home in Louisville We tender our hearty congratulations BREWERJETER this city on Wednesday evening Mr Walter Brewer and Miss Emma Jeter wore married by Rev J McClusky Blay uoy D D Mr Brewer is a haudsoinn hust ling and popular young hi siness man and substituto letter carrier His bride is a pretty and loveable young girl beloved by all who know her The happy young folks directly after the marriage went to house keeping in the cozy cottage homo which the groom had prepared in advanceHearty congratulations are ex tended WHITEWILSONIn this coun CharlesIIFIGHlWILBYIn this county on Mr Porter Fight of Versailles and Miss Lena R Wiley of this county were married VANDERVEER FIEBER We are in receipt of an invitation to attend the wedding of Mr R A VanDerveer and Miss Elvina Flo bore of Lexington which is to occur on Wednesday October 14 at Christ Church Cathedral Lexington- NEGUSLINDSEY At the resi dence of the brides father Gen D W Lindsoy on Second street on Thursday evening Mr Wade Hampton Negus of Greenville Miss and Miss Katherine Fitch Lindsoy were married by Rev E A Poniok of Phtenix Arlx as sisted by Rev A B Chinn of As cension Church This was a beautiful homo wedding attended by the immediate friends of the parties Mr Negus is a hustling and handsome young business man His bride is one of Frankforts prettiest most cultivated and lov able young ladies and her Ioparture from our society circles is uni versally rogrotted Tho happy young couple left overtime C it O for a bridal trip after which they will make their home at Greenville Miss Dont fail to register Tuesday next October 6 That is the only chance you will have i i i HARVIELAND The early frost Is hustling the to bacco into tho house John Marshall mind little Ilrrs wore tho guests of Mrs Bottio last Sunday kingDIs xninlnginiiny friends and is liked by nil who know her Iii ttln Tliorosa Bailey Tindnls ring that has boon lost for quite while has boon found The find lug of it was appreciated very much by the family Two of the routs of this neighbor hood niado a lying trip to laradim last Sunday and they were very touch pleased with their trip Boys ho sure that your buggy is in running order before you start again Tho lad of this neighborhood who is accustomed to his high Iouesortlo once a wook cause in Monday morn ing looking very melancholy All of your country cousins feel sorry for you little Will but they cant cry for laughing Mr Seth Semones of Polsgrovc has returned home for a short stay The Antioch Sundayschool will continue a while longer The small crowd that attend scorns to be in earnest with their work People why not come to Sundayschool in stead of attending the baseball and croquets and prepare your souls for your future homo Several people from Stoney Creek went to Cincinnati a short time ago they were there one half day They say they saw all of tho won derful sights and you know they did They couldrrt have taken a birdseye view at time Art Museum and walked around Fountain Square once and viewed the night owl in that length of VON GAINED FORTY POUNDS IN THIRTY DAYS For several months our younger brother had been troubled with In digestion Ho tried several reme dies but got no benefit from them Wo purchased some of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and he commenced taking them Inside of thirty days he had ained forty pounds in flesh Ho is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Holley Bros Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by all druggists MILK INSPECTOR Mr B F Scherfflus of the Ken tucky State College came to this city yesterday and secured some twenty samples of milk furnished our citizens by time wagons and dairymen and took them back to Lexington to bo analyzed This is purefoods ANCIENT TORTURE How it has Been Revived in Modern TimesI swalIlowBulls 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 digest it remains in a hard lump in the stomach Gases are formed which crowd and sometimes tactually displace other organs Many cases of supposed heart disease are duo to indigestion The the lungs Interferes with breathing Adis orderedstomacheffects thewhole body 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 bo reduced to proper condition by the di gestive fluids If any of these fluids are lacking perfect digestion is impossible Kodol Dyspepsia Cure sup plies the missing fluids Stomach troubles cant be cured by dieting The system demands both asulliciency 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 cat In this way it rests the stomach This rest soon restores thestomach to perfect health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure helps the children too Weak and sickly little ones thrive on it It never falls During the last few years my stomach as in such condition that I couldnt retain the food 1 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 E C DEVITT Co Chicago bottle roututustimeatho5Uc size ONE MINUTE Cough cure Cures quickly Thats what its mulo for d1JIIyyyV ICAS11JRI AMefablePrcparatlonforAs slmi1 ting tMYoodandRegula ling the S tomruhs nmlBoweis PromotesDiicstionChccrful ncss and RestContains neither OpmumMorphin0 nor Mineral NOT NARG OTIC apeoloi4 JrAhZPIIC1l71 zJRJal for HonSourStomachDiarrhoeaVorms ness andLOSS OF SLEEP TacSinule Signature of NEW YORK l EXACT COPY OP WBAeem3 J iCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of TheKind You Have Always Bought CASTORIA THI IIIW KodolDigests DVS ltBHi ml Clirei 2IiHYou might as well put fuel under a Jnlfr without burning it and qecttoto live and when you Cannot digest your food KODOL DYSPEPSIA Guns f will do it for you with noald whatever from the stomach It contains exactly the same elements as Natures digestive fluids and cant help bur- produce the same results David Taj fur Blind Ridge Pa writes have been afflicted foe a number of years with dyspepsia and have tried various remedies without good results but was cured by one but tIe of KODOL DYSPEPSIA CUrIE I cannot say too much in its favor goodPrepared aha you a soothing and healing application ior piles S ana skItiseases use De Witts Witch Hazel SALVE Beware of counterfeits FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE J I TISPENCERIC- OAL AND FEED Frankfort Ky Sept 19 1m t 1 Wives Sometimes Object To Life Assurance Widows never do young JVen Sometimes fail to provide for old age until too late Have You A family or business tb protect If Not You will have an old man dependent upon you in time Why Not Protect your family business interest and old age by a policy in The Equitable Life Assurance Society Strongest in the VorIeZrRalph R WilsonOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY L shall be pleased to call on yo- uaF119zAkuJ 4L a io rt Ii11 iuf PEA RIDGE Delayed Letter Mrs Angrave of Louisville ac companied by Mrs Rebecca Crock ett of Bridgeport were the guests of Mrs L Edge last week Mr Dudley Lnoofleld of the Knobs was the guest of his Smother Mrs Kittio Lacefleld last Sunday Mr Willie Laceflold Jr and best girl wore the guests of his grand patents Mr Will Lacoflcld and wife this week Miss Edith Edge has returned from a visit to her sister in New Albany Ind Miss Naomi Clark our popular young schoolmistress was the guest of Miss Edith Edge last week Mrs Cole son and daughters of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jenny TraceyMrs L Edge and laughter Miss I Edith wore the guests of MtsBe becca Crockett of Bridgeport one day this week ffr8 Fannie Parrent was the guest of her sister Mrs Maggie Hawkins lust week Mrs Mattie Lou Harrison of ft Tennessee who has boon visiting her mother Mrs Rebecca Crockett has returned home A little daughter arrived at Mr Tom Cardwells lust Monday Little Miss Sue Cardwell Mr John Dooley wife and son were the guests of Miss Ann Tracey last Sunday fAlittle son was born to Mr Will and wife last Sunday night jtStoops Minerva Moore and sisters Carrie and Icy wore the of Mrs Lena Pence one day last uestlofGraOfons1borg homo near here i Mrs Kate Chambers who visited In this neghborhoocl this summer fhas been quite ill with fever since iv return to Lexington f Little Miss Maud Dennis of Ohoatville is quite sick at her fathers Mr George Dennis The many friends of Mrs An have been delighted to have EUllishfjMrs Angrave in this her adopted t country WI shall all ho sorry to see her leave when she returns to Lou isville whore she makes her home with her neioe Mrs Seamore- Mr Marshall Outers pony slipped and fell on the wet brick streets last court day hurting Mr Sitters shoulder Ho has about recovered Mrs Jennie Pierce is quite sick I at the homo of her brother Mr Jimmie Zook in Choatoville Miss Mottle Conway of Frankfort was the guest of hoi brother Mr Jesse Conway and wife last Sunday Mrs Minerva Moore is visiting her mother Mrs Blackorby this week edtChurch near Knobs Two well known young people of the Choat vine precinct will bo principals A young man of this neighbor hood was so unfortunate as to lose his valise between Sbelbyville and Bridgeport last Saturday Papers of no interest or value to anyone but himself and tho picture of a very pretty girl on a button If left by the llndir at Mr Lon Blythos in CJraefonbnrg or with postaltothankfully appreciated by loser Address of Jjowr on lid of telescope The oung men belonging to tho State Guards are hurrying to get tobacco housed before starting to West Point Rock washing is the fashionable plIHwntLetsequel to it speedily follow spreading the mashed particles pilwTi The recent colt snap made the melon murclmnts liberal with their customers Mr Tom Tracey has returned from Bedford Ind His old neigh hors are glad to see him among them again SCRIBE u n STAMPING GROUND Delayed Letter Mr J C B Stone and Mr T F toFrankfortMrs ThoR Spalding visited hor mother Mrs Chas Oliver in Frankfort this week precincthaveMiss Clara Reynolds of Cynthi ana was the guest of Mrs J J Yates this week The colored fair held here last week was not a success Miss Daisy Reiser of Lexington SprakethisMrs J G Blanton who under infirmaryinhopes to return homo before a great whileOn Sunday morning about 2 bythebelonging to MY G A Goddard was destroyed by the flames The loss was eoered by insurance Corn cutting is in Still blast Tho tobacco crop is about all housed There was but little damage lone by tho frosts of Inst week Owing to the continued dry weather stock water is getting scarce Hut little wheat or rye has been sown as yet in our immediate neighborhood on account of the dry weather The equinox passed without a rain storm something very un usual UNO The way to a mans heart is sayingtrust feed him well If this is not true it is still true in another sense that the way to a mans heart is through his stomach thoyhaveindigestion This is how it comes about The stomach distended by gas crowds the heart and gives the feeling that the trouble is in the heart- If you dont know that you have heart trouble try using Walthors Peptonied Port and see if it does youSmall cents largo size 100For sale by J W Gayle Frank fort Ky From the Christian Observer THE BAR The saloon is sometimes called a bar Thats true A bar to heaven a door to hell Whoever named it named it well A bar to manliness and wealth A door to want and broken health A bar to honor pride anti fame A door to sin and grief and shame A bar to hope a bar to prayer A loom of darkness and despair A bar to honored useful life A door to brawling senseless strife A bur to nIl thats true and brave A door to ovary drunkards gravy A bar to joys that homo imparts A hoer to tears and aching hearts A bar to heaven a door to hell Whoever named it named it well g It wits almost a miracle Bur dock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the body ranI vory grateful liars J u liaFilbridge West Cornell Conn BERESFORD If love Is a germ then every then tregoer should embrace the oppor tunity to see Harry Buresford in M Barrios most brilliant creation that of The Professors Love Story in which the clever author more than In any of his other works The Little Minister Admiral Creighton and Tho Sister of Jose makes use of the little god Cupids exclusive specialty for In this its writer makes an old man a mtUlI IOl1jheexpressively portrayed by Bores ford is pantomimic action through which the young comedian as much as with the lines of tho play con veys the action of the theme LATEST FASHION NOTES Reception Gown of Primrose Gauze A beautiful reception gown isofj primrose gauze out decollete A novel bodice trimming consists of graduated bands of black velvet ribbon which also appear en tho elbow sleeves Shirring done to deep hip yoku depth which is now so popular using especially effect ive on thin goods adds much to the beauty of this gown which beauty is further augmented by tho use of Corticelli sewing silk in the same shade as tho goods Tho graduated bands of velvet on the skirt corres ponding with those on the waist complete a most charming creation Dont worry Tho Bazaar is coming Powers old stand 53tf MR READINGS OFFER Will Give a Personal Interview to any Person Desiring to Ver ify This A publicspirited citizen one wellknown throughout Frankfort makes a generous offer hero to give up any portion of his valuable time for the benefit of others Read his statement W T Reading drygoods dealer at 815 Broadway and residing at 223 Elk Place says I have the greatest faith in Doans Kidney Pills for my experience taught me that they are true to their repre sentations For months I was plagued with backache not sharp pains but a lull aching all the time first noticed it over my hips then by degrees it worked across the small of my back tho pain being so constant that I be came so lame and sore that if stooped or sat for a while I could hardly straighten When I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and especially recommended for my trouble got a box ntl W Gaylos drug store After using them a few days noticed a marked improvement in my condition and in a short time was cured J will eorrobfj rate this statement at any a personal interview 01 in reply toI any communication mulled to niu For sale by all loners Price 50 cents FosturMilburn Co Buffalo N V sole agents for the United States XSjnml jiI 5 fil1I h Dyspepsia toe Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in suengtnoriing and recon itructinc the exhausted digestive or pins It isihe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can It in eiliciency It in tautly rellevesand permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Hea tburn inaiulonce Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion Price We und II Large size coutalno 24 time smull llooU all about clyspcpsiamiuiodfret Prepared by E C DcWTT G CO CIIcarjO For Bulb by J W Gayle OLD TJj VIOR THE PREMIER KEYtKenfuckyjtJ itf t t i i WlJfDAWomao QeJs Depressed atItis not neccssnrlly gonesoma dire te1nalo malady Its the LiverDont taU to got today nt your HERBINEKidneysanda now woman after taking the first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway WINTERS COMING CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK I OIBRS1TONGS WINDOW GLASS If7iIAALL KINDS OF HARDWARE 1 i PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING PRANK Gr STAGG 1 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky New Fast TrainTO ColoradosUTAH THE PACIFIC COAST in effect SmmdaySlav The new train will loavo n in daily Tho ovcnini trains to winicpointH 1010 in daily Doublo service- ThrougltHlcepingcur seewiatlfor SmiFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information cull on or address KT G MATTHEWS Trav Pass At Louisville Ky H C TOVTNSEXrv i Gen Pa Ticket AKt St LoHn Mof LouiiiieAND BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION PTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P 41Curdthund Market Sta Louiarill I 7f genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cuM In 0110 day GOOD FARM FOR SALE goodIlnndyard 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 Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office tt MORPHINE yc WhyfCan Be Cured at Homey An absolute permanent and pain less euro for Morphine Cocaine Laudanum and Ylagvery simple and can be taken with out the knotvledganr assistance of other persons Wo do not detain Jyou from business and each case receives individal treatment from an experienced specialist Relief is immediate Appetite is restored atIonce and sloop becomes normal attl fiWodeal systems to their natural con ditions because wo remove the Jcauses of tho disease f Igr1HHOUGliAj Ijtofh1thiand immediately applied Chain 1- 11110rliiis Pain Balm and occasion ally ltervards To my surprise it i 1ijtlwFor salo by all druggists 1 8HO DENVER AND Ul rUUNi 48ur IAJGi RETURN r Jjnfsgoat reduction also to a number or other Western points on sane Irtv till September BOth iirning till October Hist haAisIR If liaeo11 D P A ttoulo Louisville Ivy MAKES A CLEAN SWEET Thorns nothing like doing a i thing thoroughly Of nil the Salves you ever hoard of Bucklers Ar djJawaMfBtlIptontold guaranteed to give satisfaction by Atoll dluggtsJTry Capital Steam Laundry r a home enterprise Work guaranteed Ir 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C Anyono Rending n sketch and y 4 quickly ascertain our opinion fruorctllcr nil Invention prolmlily imttuituhln CllllltltlllllclIJistrictly contldontlal mint ruo Oldest uucnoy for Bfcuntijr patents 11I recelvaspecialnottcr Scientific American 1tmmUnmelr Illustrated weekly Inrcoat cir culation 11 any NclentlUc Journal 1erslt3 n year months fl Sold byull nenedeulornlMUNN CO36iBroadw3f llruncU F St Wunliluuton U c