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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS X100 In Advance IVOL XXVIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT IC 1903 NQ h A Magnificent Stock This is not our comment on the variety and assortment of goods we are showing this full but that of the buying public And we do not believe that there was ever before shown in Frankfort such a stock And from everyarticle in our store you can not find one thing that is not absolutely dependable Wo do not handle trash offillY lescriptionwe do sell good goods cheap wMens Clothing The patterns this full are richer than we ever before saw in heavy clothing Wo can sell you a good nll wool suit honestly made as low as 750 And at prices from 12 to 2250 wo can show yo u s it its which we do not believe ally merchant tailor in town can excel in any respect These suits are strictly handmade the fit is superb and they will hoi d their shape McCLURE CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY MONDAYS SPEAKING U S Senator J C S Blackburn and Judge Jas H Mulligan made speeches to the Democrats of this city and county on Monday after noon at the Opera House Tljo room was well filled when the speakers commenced but by the time the Senator had concluded the crowd had dwindled to a small one The crowd on the street was not perceptibly diminished by the speaking as the people took more interest in sales than in politics r VISITED The delegates iin attendance uponII t the National Prison Louisville came to this city on Tuesday and made a visit to the local penitentiary VIOLIN AND VOICE Miss Wlllanna Smith will begin her class in Violin and Voice Cul turn at the residence of Mrs 0 W Saffell 420 Second Street on Mon day next October 5 Applicationr t can be made to hqr at that place4tf 4 BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS ofQxthe way secure uaclear complexion free from sal lowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order A- ntoccasiunal dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so a clear I healthy oomplxeiou 50c at Paul B Weltzels l k if fIortLu-DI J r The full fall line of those shoes is now ready There are about 20 different styles to select from The fit the wear and the style of Queen Quality Shoes have given them the widest sale of any womans made Boots 300 Specials 350 I Laird Schober Gos Shoes I These are without dispute the lin St shoes made in the world for women Wo have them in kid and box calf lace welt solos Ideal Kid lace and button weltsoles button turn soles all at the price 500 We are sole Agents I r R K THE TELEPHONE GIRL That smart comedy The Tel phone Girl will be the attraction at the Capital Theatre on Friday Oct 16 1908 The seventh season of the favorite work of Hugh Morto and Gustav Kerker finds it more popular than ever as the generous patronage accorded it in other cities attests The production this season is new in every detail New faces in the cast now girls in the chorus new costumes on the girls and new comedy situations May IrreslstaIbly funny Hans Nix inspector of telephones His partner in the laughter making will be Nellie V Nicole a charming soubrette a graceful dancer and a talented singer Variety will be introduced in the efforts of Harry C Lyons a mimic who can simulate any sound from a dog fight to a phonograph May F Linden a recruit from the Bostonian Opera Co who has a magnificent soprano voice and the Misses Kendaland Thompson whose trade mnrktorlhe Female Sousas is a guarantee of their musical ability The original all girly chorus will again como in for its share of attention while Henry Clay and Elizabeth Clark will not be overlooked as Snuffles and Toots the infants terrible Others in the oast are Edward Lehay Jules Ben nett Kodot Dyspepsia Cure ingests what you eat cj t tit nau L Mens Shoes In Boyden a n d Regent Shoos we believe we have the two best lines of mens shoes in the world Moreo v o r we have enough styles and enough widths and sizes in each style to assure that wo can fit as well as please any 0110 who wishfs a pair of sho- esBoydenShoesj 55 and 6 Regent Shoes S3 50 SON 212214 6T establish COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was County Court day and owing to the heavy rains of Sunday night and that morning there was an unusually largo crowd in the city the farmers being una ble to do outdoor work There was a considerable lot of cattle mules and horses on the marker The low prices bid for cattle caused but few sales to bo rnado Mules and horses brought fairly good prices Hammond Co Wilkinson St Kysstr i AT HIS OLD TRICKSI It developed on witness W H Culton had resumed Duringthe byCountyRichmond to buy up the Commonwealths witness claims in that caseWhen the claims wore presented pRymentItthe amount from 195002 to 2 7G022 a difference of 81920 a pretty comfortable little sum which together with his commis sions netted Culton something like 1000 It is said that Culton has disappeared with his swag It will bo remembered that Aud itor Sam H Stone had dicmissedICulton from his odlco cisely similar offense Mr Cobb the gentemnn who thus loses is a clever man and we regret to see him caught OFFICERS F C RAILWAY ELECTED At the annual meeting held on Tuesday last of the stockholders of the Frankfort and Cincinnati RailI road the following officers were electedIGeo B Harper President and General Superintendent D W Lindsay jr Secretary Claude Bowles Treasurer and AuditorIDirectors A D Martin W O Carrick Chns E He 10 W F Dandrdgo and H P Mason iGcSo1 Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat- PP1OMINENTCITIlEN OF LT I NGTON DIES SUDDENLY Mr Elliott W Shanklin one of Luxngtons most enterprising citi- zeus Secretary of the Trottng Horse Breeders Association lied suddenly in his cube at the Fair Grounds on Friday afternoon Mr Shanklin was an energetic and popular gentleman and will be nI great loss to the horse interests of this section The funeral occurred churchLday afternoon and was largely attended Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed BADLY HURT Two young mon who live at Otters villa near the edge of Henry county by the names of Thos Grimes and Henry M Farthing wore driving along upping street near the Catholic Church when their horse became frightened and dashed out WappinR to the corner of St Clair by the gas company office where both men wore thrown violently to the ground and Grimes head came in contact with the curbing cutting a gash some three inche olong and requiring several stitches to close it Ho was other wise hurt about the shoulders an limbs Farthing was badly shakeup n and bruised but not so seriously as Grimes Tho wounded man was IIwhereHo was afterwards carried to his home contrary to the advice of his physicians who feared concussion of the brain The thoroughly frightened horse turned towards the St Clair bridge and ran full tilt streetI iron railing tearing the loose and rushed across the bridge in his terror When the animal struck the iron railing it bounced him back like a rubber ball The wagon was completely wrecked OApTORYA BOugllBlsnaturo j l i OUR LINE OF HosieryWas greatest care and what you buy of us is sure to prove satisfactory We especially call your at tention to our LadiesAND ChildrensHose at 10 and 15 cents These are fast black and made of superior cotton yarns The kind that we sell at 25 cents are 1the very best in the marketJust received another lot of new stylish Dress Goods in Zibeliues and Fancy Mixtures The weaves that are so pop stylesIof Coat Suits Extra Values 50c 85c 100 and 150 per yard Call and see the- mCKflGINBRO 41 ST CLAIR ST BEATIFUL PLACE Mr Gus LaFontain Frenohy re moved his restaurant last weekIfrom the Odd Fellows Temple sec ond floor to mush more commo dious and convenient quarters In streetIplate glass show wind potted delidin the shell fish of all kinds inolud ing creek and sea fish crabs lob rabbitsIcom- mend it- Frenchy sets delightful meals delightfully cooked and at remark ably low prices When hungry give him a call- SPLENDID RAIN About 580 oclock on Sunday afternoon a splendid rain set in whichoontinuod witshort inter dayMonday thefitAgain on Wednesday we had a heavy rain = Jj j L pjj PERSONAL Mr A Lynch and wife arc visiting roliitivos at Lexington Mrs r X Miles lws returned form a visit to Lexington Judge Jos E nobbhis of May Mold wits in the uity Wodnosdny Miss Katie Gibbons Is visiting friends in CMncfnnnti Mr Thos JOSse of Vfrsaillop was the guest of a irirnd hlro on Sunday W T Huvetis wont to Mfc Stalling on TucsiJny Miss Mary Gray hits rornrnod from a visit to Lousville- Mr Ins W Hurrod of Shelby county was in the iity Saturday Miss Mary Harrison is visiting relatives in Lexington Mr W Marksbury of Coving ton was lion thlg reek Mr Howard T Gaines visitod th boys at Camp Young this week Capt Thos 7 Hardin of Mon toroy ns in the city on Tuesday f Mr Frank II Hall and wife are visiting relatives at Peru N Y Miss Ruby Mncklin has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Jas O Stone of Louisville was in the city on Monday Mrs M A Sol berk is visiting her parents in Cincinnati Miss Main to Redmond of Mt Sterling was in the city this week Secretory IL W Godfrey of local Y M C A attended th convention at Midway Saturday Mrs D C Moorman of Clover port is the guest of her daughter Mrs n K Murray Mr Chas Trion has returned from a business trip to Kansas City Mo Mr Coleman D Pattie Jr of St Louis Mo visited his aunt Miss Lucy Pattie this week Miss JJerijice Scottow has re turned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Willard Winters and wife have returned from a visit to rela tivos in Illinois Mr Wallace Kelly of Hopkins villo was the giiost of relatives here this week Mr Joseph Jiullock of hexing ton was tho guest of his aunt Miss E15n Overtoil this week Miss Marie Masrin went to Cin cinnati on Wednesday to resume lior musllnlltlldlos Judge W E Settle and family re turned Saturday night from St Louis Mo Mrs A M Slack and baby aro visiting her parents Dr F F llryjm and wife at Georgetown- Mr Goo A Lewis of this oince uncle a business trip to Cincinnati Yflnesdar Miss Nary Gray was an attendant tit the HenttyMillor wedding in Vorsalks Mrs Eo E Hume and children lime returned to tho Capital Hotel after spending the summer at sum mol resorts in the east Mr Jere r Downing and wife lire visiting relatives in Cincinnati and Springfield Ohio Mr John D Nash Jr of Ver sailles was a visitor lore on Sun day Dr H B inoes jr and wife of JJender visited his mother Mrs H mines Sr this week Mr has MIlus huts moved Ills zanily to Lexington nUll will make 1that city his home in the future Guy Eimnitt was cal led to Louisville on Sunday by the sud then deatli of his mother tCoI W C p Jireckinridgo of was in time city in at tendance upon tho courts Saturday- Mr Win R Pattie who is with Fonsts Minstrels spent Sunday with his Hunt Misses Lou and Lucy Pattie Fourth Avenue Mr Horvoy M Herryman of Phojnix Ariz was tho guest of his sister Mrs W H Posey this week Mrs F Marion Schofield who has been the guest of hot laughter Mrs C GIll Graham in Louis ville has returned house t VirginiaThomasMrs C Oral Graham in Louis ville have returned home Miss Maria Honsloy Starling of Greenville Miss who has been tie guest of lei cousins the Misses Pepper has returned home Miss Sue Scott of Lexington who t has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Guy H JJriggs has returned home Miss Mary PJendrick Swigort hits one to Situ Francisco Cal to r spend tho winter with her uncle Col Stun M Swigert jREMOVAL W E BAXTER D D S M D Has rouiovutl his olHcc to rooms in the Baxter Building southMint cjornor St Uluir and Urond tray Ilitniwc on St Jluir Special uttuntion tl tliKhl luirbrnncIuMutDuntul Hurjiory iint to disouaiM of tlic Jloutli Xosouml JBothphew Nmv No 5 Old No ii April 111 yr Mrs M L Heffner of Louisville who has boon the guest of her sis tor Mrs Sam McEwing has returned home Mr Thos P Averill wife and children who have boon guests of relatives in Louisville re turned homo Misses Maria and Upssio Limtsey of Louisville who have been guests of their gnat Mrs D W Liridnoy hove returned home Mrs W T Scottow and son Les 11111Idale Ohio who canto hero to at tend the Negus LindHoy wedding roturned homo on Saturday R w M H Adams returned Sat urday afternoon from Scott county where ho has been conducting protracted mooting Miss Aileen Hawkins of Wood ford county spint Sunday in this KeitheMiles Mrs Waller H Lewis who has been thin guest of her mother Mrs Emily Helm in Eliabothtown has returned home Miss Annie Magill tumid Mrs J S Magill who have booji visiting Mr W S Magill in Pirtsburg have re turned hone Hon George Baker of Mnhlen berg county Republican candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture was in time city on Monday Mrs Clarence Gaylo and Miss Josie ICavanaugh have returned CovingeMrs Chapman Coleman attended tho funeral of Mrs Pattio Duke McCown in Georgetown on Wed nesday Mrs Anna IT Havana ugh find daughter Miss Josie hao gone to En taw Ala to spend a couple of months rhursIdnMrs Armacost Assistant Postmaster John R Todd and Mr James L McEwan loft Thursday for a trip to St Louis Mo- Mr Roland P Falkner of Wash ington City Chief of Document1 Division Congressional Library was a visitor at the State Library Thursday Mrs M B Adams and son Charles who have been visiting her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife in Mason county returned homo Saturday afternoon Mr Clarence T Tones has ac cepted a position with the Frank P Milburn Co the leading architects of Columbia S C and willi shortly leave for his new taking his family with him Mrs Charlotte Bow mar Mrs rAndrew Cain Mrs Mary Edwards Hud Mrs Arnold of Ver sailles attended tho Methodist Womans District Missionary Con forenco hero this week- RESOLUTIONSOF RESPECT At the mooting of Hlackfoot Tribe No 07 h O R M hell on Tnesj day night last the following lose lotions were adopted Whereas It hits pleased the Groat Spirit to mil ft nun our midst our beloved sister Sarah Howell the WIHowlIIbrother R S Howell therefore he it Resolved Jiy JJIackfoot Tribe No t7 Imp O Pi M That while wn huts in humble submission to Him who donth nil things well yet we deplore the loss of ono who by cur good deeds as well as her I lot unassuming demeanor had mKared herself to all who knew her 2 That the heelsyntpatlmyof this Tribe is extended to tint brothers and their family in this dark hour of grief Yet we beg to remind them that our sister has only gone to a groat and just reward That a copy of those resolu tions bo entered on our records a copy sent to the family of our brothers and a copy given tho ROUNDABOUT for publication 1 W MATTHEWS V L GUTHRJE W M JiRIDEFORD Committee INTERESTING MEETING Tho members of time different Womens Missionary Societies of the Lexington District Methodist Church held their annual meeting at the Methodist Chujch in this city on Thursday and Friday The reports were gratifying and indicated general progress along missionary lines Rev 1J L Weber President of Kentucky Wesloyan University at Winchester preached an able and instructive pennon at the Methodist Church last night J LASr 6Bears thelima lara Signature of ifIFur a pleasant physic take berlains Stomach and Liver JabIlets Easy to take Pleasant in clloct For snlo by all druggists rt r BEATHS EMMTT At St Mstthews Jeffer son county on Sunday morning Mrs Mary Virignia Emmit mother of Mr Guy N Emmit of this city The funeral took place on Tuesday afernoon and time interment was in Cave Hill Cemetery HOWELL AMier home on the West Silk on Saturday morning Airs Sarah Howell wife of Mr S W Ho well aged fio yours Ve mute mention in our last is sue of the serious illness of this good woman The and camo at oclock on Saturday morning SlIP Ipisaand five children two sons and three daughters to mourn her sud Montelimo con ducted froth time family residence on Henson street on Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock by Rev A E Chinn Rector of Ascension Church and time remains wore laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery We tender the bereft our sincere sy11lpathyHOWELLAt her homo in West Frankfort Saturday morning Oc tober 3d df paralysis Mrs Sarah H Howell wife of Mr S W How ell In the ootii year of her age Exemplary in all tho relations of life she was an affectionate wife mother a kind and oblig ot She hits left a hus Intender family of five children connection to mourn her loss with tho solacing thought that as gainIshe with is those who have washed their robes and made them white in tho blood of time Lamb midnight gloom surrounds Iwhenvalley and the hill Far up beyond the envious clouds lime stars aro shining still So present troubles may- A smiling future hide Wait till they have passed away Look at the brightest side GOBBER In this city on Suturj day Major Gobber son of Mr Jos Gobbor wife aged j years Time funeral services wore conduct eel Iron tho church of the Good Shepherd on Monday morning and the internment took place in the Catholic Cemetery AXrEA trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to man ago business for an old established standingAof fly paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from head quarters Money advanced for ex pense Enclose addressed envel ape Manager Caxton Bldg Chicago 5lGt FREAKS OF NATURE iMr R So Moses the well known commercial tutu Imam Louisville brought to our oUlco on Thursday several monks of nature They were taken from a walnut and a1 hickory tree near Switzer this county The trees aro about thirty Poet apart Tho freaks were hick treeslandand wolJ defined and were just as reported limo nuts wore growing on the several trees on the sides next each other Wo would like for some naturalist to explain this occurrence Wo never lead of such a thing before This is no fairy title as tho nuts can be seep growing on time trees as stated ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIP lIONS The following additions Lava boon made to the subscription to tho Kings Daughters Hospital fund Guy H Briggs 1000 J S Weathers 800 Mrs R P Popper 1000 Frankfort Joe Co 1000 Hogo Coal and Foed Co 500 Robert A Brawnor 200 R M Aldridgo 1000 Mrs L C Norman 5 00 Cash 500 Fred Nickel 500 B S Gaines 500 Jas Sullivan 500 Cash 1000 Frankfort Shoe Co 10000 R P Thompson 500 Cash l CashW D Roy OOI i 3t tWCJliinand has been made under his per t4 sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this tAll Counterfeits mutations and Justasgood aro buu i Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperimnco against Experiment What is CASTORiA 1 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho f Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend 9 GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS t S9 Bears the Signature of j TIIn Use For Over 30 Years G jlif tva f niii riLK tihI J z- Weddingp i 11 JI V u ZWIH WE offer you a stock of carefully selected articles in j Sterling SHver1Cut Glass Clocks r Jewelry i i All the highest grade goods at prices in the reach of all SVe have this fall a special line of Handsome High Grade Inexpensive Articles suitable for 02 WEDDING GIFTS lj 1 M A SELBERT i1 RELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 11 l a ytFt Keep your eye on this space Sam D Johnson I DR THOUSANDS KINGS wAisc vERY positivelyColds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free 13Iv BIRTHS HASTINGS In this city on Friday night to Mr H L Hastings and wife neo Wright a sunMc Kenzie weight 10 pounds KENTUCKY MIDLAND MED ICAL SOCIETY The Kentucky Midland Medical Society held a largely attended and interesting meeting at tho Cap ital Hotel on Thursday Prominent physicians from all parts of the by this society wore in attendance A ban quet was served at oclock p m and was greatly enjoyed SUICIDE Tho news came to tho city yesterday morning that Mr Ed Thomp son of Peaks Mill committed suicide by hanging No particulars LETTER LIST Tho following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending October 10 1803 Anderson Frank Bailey Mrs Ida Bly May Boston Mrs Carr Lucy Church H H Clark Wilson Dean Mrs Kate MiltoniGarnet Miss Corda Goins Mrs Elmora Hohbs A C Jordon Miss Sarah Leary Mr James Logina Mark Leonard Mr Anderson Mandlor Dr Marshall Arch Marshall Mrs Mary J Northort Ky Telegraph and Telephone Co 2 Onan Mrs Dora Onan Mrs Saphraina Paris Mr Pony Miss Cordelia Pevoler David Ray James Richman Louis Smith Mrs Emma Siulclntli TouITomlinson Mrs Charles E Wales J L White J M Week William Williams Joseph Persons calling for tho above lets tern will please say II advertised E M DRANE P M ONLY A VERY FEW PUB LISHED It is not possible for the proprietors to publish more than a 11 fow of the numerous letters lJwivot- In praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy and tolling of its remarkable cures They rums from people in every walk in lIfo and trom por State in the Union Tho following Irom Mr T W Greathouse of Iratts burg Ga speaks for iself I would have been dead now but for tho 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 that remedy For salo by all drug gists t1l 1 r f4 FIARRIEB HEADBLANTON Danville on Tuesday October 6 Mr Joel S Head jr and Miss Katherine Blan ton were married by Rev Dr L H Blanton father of the bride hereIgraduate of tho City High School Ho is a handsome and popular young blinker of Jackson Ky He is a son of Mr Joel S Head sr of Stamping Ground His bride is the daughor of Dr L H Blanton of Contra University and is a pretty and popular young lady- LEITCHBROWNA t the homo of the brides father Mr Knox Brown near Gratz on Thursday lvlniainndrelMrs W F Barrot Mrs W T Scott Miss Mamie Mason Scott Mrs Eliza Bailey of this city and Mrs Robert Christie of Alleghany Ponn attended tho wedding- DAUGHERTYAGEE In Wood ford county on Tuesday Mr Wil liam Daughorty and Miss Hallie Agee of Millville wore married MARRSPAYNEAt the home of the brides mother Mrs John W Payne on Conway street on Wednesday afternoon Dr Howard C Marrs and Miss Florence Payne were married by Rev C J Nugent of the Methodist Church o111jcient druggistsI of tho late Mr John Will PayneI and Mrs Sallie G Payne city and is a pretty and accomplished young lady The wedding was n very quiet one only the limned ia to families being present They were the re cipients of numerous elegant and useful presents The young couple left qn the 310 p in tmintor a tridal trip and will visit relatives in Indiana Upon their return they will go to housekeeping on Campbell street eXItondedSMOKE STACK BLOWN DOWN The smoke stack of tho boiler house at the City School building was blown over by the high wind on Thursday afternoon THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW Tho arrangements for the Chrys anthemum Show are progressing finely It promises to bo a brilliant n trair An addition to tho list of prizes are twelve views of tho most beautiful scenery run ml Frank fort This prize is ottered by Mr J Lucien Waggenor told will boI given for tho second bust standard pinlIHANDSOME WINDOWS FOR SALE Tho Building Committee of the First Baptist Church have ton very II no stained glass windows for sale A great bargain can lie obtained by inquiring of Dr U V Williams W S Farmer or O C Kennoy members of that committee tf loIc ILLINOISOETRALIIII8IIALLY RATES TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST OCTOBER 20 IOn the above date the Illinois Central will sell roundtrip tickets from Louisville to- jackson Miss Vicksburg Miss Natchez Miss New Orleans La and to nil Illinois Central and Yazoo Mississippi Valley R R points in the States of Mississippi and Louisiana At S14 00 for the round trip Jennings La Lake Charles La Beaumont Tex Houston Tex any to points on the Southern Pacific It R in the States of Louisiana and Texas east of and including Houston Tex At SiflOO for the round trip Return Limit November Tickets and full information of agents of the Illinois Central and connoting lines A H HANSON G P A Chicago REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mr John R Todd and wife have conveyed their brick storehouse at ClaimIstteet consideratioulof AgIon Thursday their tract of land containing 25 acres near Steeles landing Kentucky river cashi WANTED in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise ah old es tablished 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 Motion Building Chi cago 111 44t TO SPEAK HERE IIt is authoritatively announced Hon John W Verkes Con missioner of Internal Revenue will address tho voters of the city Frankfort and county of off at tho Opera House Iu this city Tuesday October 20th on the issues of the campaign Mr Yurkos is an eloquent and polished orator and there should bo a largo audience out to hear hiuiI POSPPOXEDI t Prof Wnylaiui rnilmm requests us to announce that is dancing class will not ho hold until Saturday next October 17th instead ot today as heretofore understood oflchHIttlrouch State ono in this county re quired to represent and advertise old established wealthy business statullugSalaryadditional all payable 41ll cash direct every Wednesday from head olllces Horse and carriage fur nished whoa UOClSSU1Y Refer ences Enclose selfaddressed en velope Colonial U82 Dearborn St Chicago 2lGt i Pleasant to take I Laxative Syrup 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 normalaction of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c 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 Tho highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchange for new work Jan 1008 ly j TfieFranltfoitRauDdaBout Entered nt the postoiliee nt Frankfort Ken tuck as secondclass mailuble matter GEO A LEwis Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 10 1903 For the Roundabout AN AUTUMN SOLILOQUY The autumn winds nro sighing The harvest days are oer And summers smiles nnd sunshine Will fill our hearts no more Jackfrost his chilly fingers Have touched the foliage green And many a varied color On tree and shrub are seen Soon lowering clouds betoken Despondence all around And Mother Earth must shortly wearI old forlorn gown is ever changing Fond youth must fade away And like the leaves of autumn Must wither and decay C E S FRANKFORT TO HAVE A NEW DEPOT Louvisillo Post Oct 2 1903 r The capitol at Frankfort is older than the railroad station but it is no ugler and no more dilapidated But the Louisville Nashville railroad expects to ivo Frankfort a now passenger station before the State builds a new capitol The now freight station to be used by the Midland and the Louisville Nashvlle Is already under way and it willj be a great convenion co to Frankfort business The passenger station will bo moro attractive to the citizens and the public generally than the f freight station Some time ago the railroad com pany bought some property adjoin ing which years ago was a markethouse The now station for passengers has been recom men edotimo and again by the local representatives of the road butt one obstacle after another has in terposed and the project has been postponedIt said that the work will r be shortly ordered Frankfort is an important business point and it will be given It passenger station that is worthy the capital of the State 11moproperty available is limited and it will have to be utilied to the utmost It will be modern in all respects and so arranged as to facilitate the business of the com pany and the comfort of the pas sengers The cooperation of the cit authorities will be asked and isan effort made to moot all the re quirements of the public It is beIy lieved work will begin in the spring and that the new passenger station will bo the most important building erected since the clt fifty years ago built the CapitoI Hotel at the cost of 123000 SOCETY EVENT Wo clip the following from the Cynthiana Democrat of Oct 3 Society was out in full force on Thursday evening when Miss Nan Fennell made her formal bow to society with an elegant reception The beautiful Fenuell home attractively decorated with feathery green vines and fine foliage plants was thronged with fashionably dressed people from eight to ten In the drawing room the lino stood Mr Edward Fenuell greeted the guests and presented thom to Miss Maymo Fonnell who stood first in line gowned in white Paris mus pinkrrwhite mousleaine blue sash and l turquoise ornaments Miss Carrie Brock wore a dainty frock of white pointo desprit and Miss Virginia Tohns white organdie and last in laltzellepMiss Sue Patterson in white panne liberty and Mr Georgo Aehbrook served the iced punch The dining room presented a gorgeous sight with its many cosy teteateto tables 1rmrroundlng tho large Flemish oak Cobwebby lace doi rf lies were over shining surface on which stood cut glass bowls of bonbons and silver cande labia containing waxen candles j A largo oynx and bronze lamp with a pink trope shade stood in the center suffusing a roseate light r over the brillant out glass and snowy vapory of tho smaller tables Mrs Levin Benton presided over the dining room and was assisted by Misses Bird Wells TommioIett AIIIW K Swinford and Anna May Adams who wore dainty white frocks and wore indeed a veritable rosebud garden of girls MosdamosEdward Fennell J H Wallingford Mr and Mrs F U Sprako Mr anti Mrs Clarence Lobus Dr and Mrs J E Wells Dr und Mr1 O Marshall Misses Minnie Cleveland nile Noll Patton assisted tho hostesses In entertain ing tho largo coterie of guests pros HIt The toilettes worn wero ox- optlonnJJt lovely and each lady seemed to vie with her neighbor in beauty and brightness I Jt j STAMPING GROUND nnddnl1Jhter sonMrg Mrs Owen of Winchester and Mrs lien Johnson anti son Ken drlckof Franklin county are guests of Mr Jacob Johnson We have had several finf rains in tho last week which have como just in tho right way to soak into the ground Great good has been done to fall pasturage sand to tho small grain which has becn sown There came near being a serious accident on Wednesday when BridgesAlmaing from tho StoneBridges wed ding The horse they were driving took fright and ran away After running about a milo they collided with the buggy of Mr George Camp ell when Mr Campbell succeeded in catching the frightened animal Miss Bridges who was driving was the only one unhurt and she- was the only one who remained in the vehicle The others were more or less hurt Miss Alma Tucker worst of all who had a sprained ankle a cut on her head and other bruises It was lucky for all that they were not killed UNO oA c L ABears tho111eBignnturo Y of AS YOU LIKE IT A tour of Shakespeares delightful rustic comedy As You Like It with Camilla Reynolds as Rosalind and a select company of Shakespearean players has boon arranged by Ernest Shipman of New York The turn is limited to 80 special ono night performances and already since its first announcement in the dramatic papers the demand for them has greatly exceeded the number to be given Gigantic revivals of Shakespeare have become quite the thing of late in tho larger cities and Mr Shipman who is usually fIrst in the field with the good things has surrounded Miss Zilo with nearly an all star cast as the names will show The scenic em bellishments are said to be an ex act reproduction of the famous 20 000 production which Julia Arthur used in New York recently Our city is on the list if the de mand for seats will justify the organization to stop here Wo sin cerely hope the many students of literature as well as other theatre goers will cooperate with our local manager in securing this attraction IF WE KNEWi Why not stop to think and reason When we call our blessings few That they would be great and many If we only know All we have seems evanescent Transient as the early dew Yet it might not all be seeming If we only know How these trifles fret and vex us That we live perhaps we rue gloryIfStill we doubt and fear and tremble Search in vain for hint ov clew And our reaching would bo folly If wo only knew If beyond whats false and fading Wo could see the pure and true All our way would glow with beauty If wo only knew Life wo feel is something gloomy Short our vision dim our view But there might be never dimness If we only know Clouds illumed with days bright dawning Rising splendors striking through These would shine along our pathway If we only knew- HANDSOME TOBACCO Mr J W Hudson who lives near Switzer brought to our office on Friday tho handsomest sample of white burley tobacco that wo have seen this season The stalks were 51 inches long and the leaves aver aged nearly throe foot of a clear amber color and almost as smooth as silk on the upper surface Mr Hudson says ho has about four acres of this tobacco amount ing to about 5000 pounds and much tho greater part is II ko tho sample It Is a magnificent crop and ought to bring tho top price MOTHERS Who would keep thoir children in good health should watch for tho first symptoms of worms and re movo thorn with Whites Creams Vermifuge It is tho childrons best tonic It gets digestion at work so that thoir food lees them good and they grow up healthy and strung 250 at Paul B Weit ssols I Ij k Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra from cause is sufficient to bringon this deadly malady the most common ClAuseI of sudden Miles Heart tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circu1ationIMy trouble be it caused the trouble I experienced with heart I bad the symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetitesualIstipation palpitation of the heart and pain around the heart der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I so severely and became so thirtydayshours a night on account of nervousness The least walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering of the heart so severe I would have to up everything and rest Nerve and Liver cured me of and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence Cure Iam in better health than I have been in twelve ears and I thank Dr Miles Remedies writ I think they are the grandest remedies on earthand I am constantly recommending CANTRELLWaxahnchie All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind PROMINENT COLORED MAN DEAD On Saturday night last Aaron Simth a prominent colored man died at his home in the West End after an illness of several weeks from dropsy complicated with other diseases For years he had conducted a barbershop on Ann street after wards removing it to Moro street He leaves a considerable family He was an honorable and upright than commanding the respect of every body both white and colored The funeral and burial took place on Tuesday afternoon HANFORD When Charles B Hanford opened his tour in Reading Penn recent ly ho inaugurated his tenth season as a star and his tvventysoconjd season as a Shakespearean actor This will be tho third successive season In which he has made The Taming of the Shrew a feature of his repertoire Miss Drofnah has been associated with Mr Hanford for a number of years but it was only two seasons ago that tho op portunity came which brought her into immediate and brilliant prom inence as a delineator of Shakes peares women A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers B Extract of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery diarrhoea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Acts promptly BEER GARDEN We have had a fine prospect for the last four days for rain but very little has fallen yet We hope wo will have moro before it clears up Mrs Henry Smith visited her son Mr Elbert Smith Sunday Mrs Sallie Hughes of Missouri is visltiag her mother Mrs Mart MarshallMrs and Mrs Marshall wore the guosts of Mrs E Banta last Sunday Mrs Sallie Lewis and Mrs Kate Wiley visited Mrs J BrawnerSun day Miss Nellie Phyllis of Frnnkfortn und Mr Elbert Goins grape hunting last Sunday after noonSThe protracted meeting at Har vieland began last Saturday even ingDONA VON BUYS RESIDENCE Mrs Agnes Moore has purchased tho frame residence of Miss Sallie a Jackson on Campbell street tween Steele and Shelby for OOOt cash FREE TRIAL lln AllENls showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential corro lolldellcef especially with Jlh citod Write today for our free hook which gives our rpforoncos terms etc MANHATTON THERAPEUTIC BroadwayNew l f o iN i rd r This Coat Represents One OP Our SILKCOATSMade ONLY 1200 PROGRESS been Our Fall And Winter StocklContain everything that is new up to late GoodsISilks Trimmings Velvets tfc- cOUR LINEIOf TailorMade Suits Skirts Cloaks are complete 500 750 1200 oxceptionallyIgood Values WE WILL Appreciate very much when you are looking about to in usIWeitzel ODonnell i FINE MEETING For the last two weeks Rev M Adams has been assisting time pastor of tho Run Baptist Church Scott county In a protracted mooting which closed lust Sunday The general oftect of the mooting was fine liegreatly revived tool there wero eight additions by experience and hap tan three letter and ono restoration a totnlof twelve SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en- oyment of life of thousands of women and children To the men Scotts Emul gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more is sustaining foodand for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Street New York 5Oc and 100 all druggists rwlJ T A 1 J Hns always the- watchwo r dlf withus and wo have taken great pains in so letting 0 u r goods tl n d feel certain II our pr 0 8Iare right I and in Dress and and our 1000 and CLOAKS are come and see Dry church was It most Send Pearl j I ic ROBBED THE GRAVE narratedbyfollows I WitS in an awful condlItion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite weaker IdnyIEleotIioimprovementthroe weeks and am now a well man I know thoy robbed the grave of another victim No one 1should fall to try them Only 50 drugstores BRIGADECONFEDERATE Paducah Ky Oct 1510 r For tho above occasion tho L N R R will sell tickets to Patti cah Ky on Oct 16 and Ifi limitedto Oct 17th for ono faro plus 25 cents for the tripA Agent o 13 T aJAugf1tBJrnaturoof OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Wo have several hu11dred oleInewsmtpors for sale for cash Apply at this offic- eHOMESEEKEBS EXCURSIONS The first and third Tuesdays of each month at approximately half rates to see tho magnificent crops tohollregionWrite your trip The Burlington Lines are tho main traveled roads through tho west and northwest W M Slav D P A JUG Vino street Cincinnati Ohio tAgont J Iort 1 tJJ7J JI Ifi II r f RRMINDRRS Superb is our stock of Cloaks Every one bought with special idea as to value with the correct style Dress GoodsAll the latest weaves and coloring Special values 50c to 100 The styles we are showing in Suits are selling very rapidly Styles right Fit right Price right Merode HandFinished Underwear has no equal We are exclusive agents Vests 50c up Union Suits 100 up These cool days call for indoor living so you will need new Rugs Curtains Portieres etc to beautify the home Main Street W S FARMER Main Street 41 Frankfort Kentucky Frankfort Kentucky HARVIELAND Delayed Letter Tobacco nil in the barn and corn cutting about over Wheat sowing in full blast- Sepomber has passed and no rain yet and water for stook Is getting very scarce Things seem to be moving about very lively in the county of Frank lin this week with Federal and Circuit Court in session and the race for Governor and also the race for school trustee in our sister district is at fever heat Messrs Thomas and Dudley Goins spent Sunday last with their father jNIr Lewis Goins at Harp who ItIcelebrating his 87th birthday was a general reunion of the family and the day will long be remem bered by of his children grand and grentgrandchildron and many of his friends who were present and were served with one of the finest dinners that could bo spread We wish the old man many years yet and an invitation every September 27th We are sorry to say that Mr John Duvall who has boon on the sick list for quite a while is no better Mr Harrison Cohorn of Teaks Mill spent several days with friends in our town last week Mr James Lewis and sister Miss Mary attondod church at Bethel Sunday last Mr B B Pulliam spent a few days on the tobacco market of Lou isville this week He reports some fine sales Mr E F Smith and wife spent Sunday last with her parents in the JBothel neighborhood Mr Landon Black and wife spout Tuesday evening last with Mr G F Bennett and wife Miss Lizzie Hahn was the guest of Mr S E Wiley and wife Wednes day last Mrs W D Huso of Jackson 111 is visiting her mother Mrs R1 Marshall this week Mrs W B Marshall and sister Miss Eunice Ethington are visiting relatives in Woodford county this week spendingMrs R H Suter this week Mr W M Goins lost a very fine liorso last week There seems to be some dreadful disease striking the horses of this place as there have boon several fine ones lust in the last few weeks Well October his set in with a Tune shower and it looks as though wo wont go dry much longer MrJoe Bennett who has spent several weeks in Lee county pros pecting has returned home The Harvieland boys played the Harrisonville base ball team at Bagdad Saturday last The rags wore beaten oil of them They only got 4 runs while Harrisonvillo youIA letter from Uncle Zoko in these dreary times would be very AcceptableEVERYBODYS FRIEND Dont worry The Bazaar is coming Powers old stared fiJJtf DO YOU WANT TO YAWN Fool cold shiverings aching in the bones lack of energy head ache and great depression These symptoms may bo followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Herhino cures it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold thou h it will work a euro in nn Jstugo J A Hopkins Manchester yoursoral years There is nothing hot 1 tel for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and for a i bloodpurifying tonic there is noth t ing as good II at Paul B Weit J zols i nJtI 1 JV MRS WIGGS A notable and unique event in the dramatic annuls of Kentucky will occur at Maoauleys Theatre tomorrow evening when Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will be given its first full production on any stage in Louisville tho homo of the now lemons Patch itself The exceptional opportunity will be afforded Kentuckians of witnes sing a play with a local theme nnd sotting based upon the nationally celebrated stories of one of Ken tuckys most gifted authoresses nnd dramatized by Kentuckys best known womnnplny wright In the audience upon this gala occasion not the least interested spectator will be Mrs Alice Hogan Rice herself tho young genius who has charmed nnd won the hearts of the whole nation by her mastercrea tion of cheerful humorous Mrs Wiggs She hns just returned from Europe with her husband Cnlo Young Rice tho poet whoso now drama in verse David1 is an nounced in order to crown her honeymoon voyage to the old world with tho happiness of beholding this footlight bow of dear old Mrs Wiggs upon her native heath In the audience too will be Mrs Anne Crawford Flexner Mrs Ricos bosom friend who wrote Miranda of the Balcony for Mrs Fiske and who hns nt Mrs Ricos special request mnde this dramatic version lof both tho titlebook and its equally triumphant sequel volume It Lovely Nary tho chief chnrao tors and episodes of the two now classic stories having been united in playInfirstnight audience too a conspicuous celebrity will be Miss Eleanor Robson that charm ing young actress who was our Shnkespenroo Juliet of last sprints and who Is to visit us later this sonson ns the Merely Mary Ann of Israel Znngwills now comedy the odd love romance of n London lodging house slavey It is no wonder that she has boon attracted nil the way from Now York to Lou isville to behold the debut of her mother Mrs Mndgo Cnrr Cook in this role of Mrs Wiggs Both mother and daughter are delighted in this character Excursion rates will prevail from hero several days of this week A GREATSENSArION There was a big sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of thnt place who was expected to die had his lifo saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured insullernblo agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gave mo immediate relief nnd soon thereaf tel effected n complete cure Sim ilar euros of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis anti Grip are numerous Its the peerless rome dy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c und 100 Guaranteed by nil druggists Trial bottles free CIRCUIT COURT OVER The fall term of the Franklin Cir cuit Court adjourned on Saturday who had busiThe boys urgent ness elsewhere eau safely return as the grand jury has gone too Quite n heavy docket was dis posed of- DIETING INVITES DISEASE To cure Dyspepsia or indigestion it Is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system becomes an easy prey to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enablos tho stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that ono cares to eat and Is a never failing cure for indigestion dyspopsin and all stomach troubles Kodol di gests what you oat makes tho stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle FOR SALE A firstclass banjo with for salo cheap Apply at this olllcoI 41tf ft ir t j J BESTTREATMENT 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 ifut any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll Frankfort Ky to I ft IS iH9lm r JtYIJ J C it rJ 2 1eave On Hand For SEASONjig 1 r t M Li+ P IneM i Old Taylor X fe Old Crow ir 0 F C- Hermitage tlp IIV iIf yon wish to send a friend r J- W something good call and see fa us Also t1 ti i Rudolph Bauer Candies r cFruits Nuts and everything good to- Kt the can goods line You are i invited to call and we will show you eAziJMSAFFELL SON x 212 ANN ST tiNW N l p FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS In the highlands of Indiana a two hour ride from Louisville there flow wonderful healing waters that you spend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in EuropeA visitor from Philadelphia who formerly went to Carlsbad every year said I do not see why anyone goes to Europe for medicinal waters The water is as beneficial und tho scenery and surround ing country the air and the opportunities for roc ron tion are better the hotels and accommodations are much finer at French LickWest linden Springs and this gentleman is a native of Switzerland This woodid hills with the cool invigorating sir of those highlands whero vim enjoy rmnljlus In the dt of tin toriftt or rides teal drives tilt rhaurtmii sot Itll pleasures possible at tits mot fashionable resorts On TIle MONON ROUTE For booklet tolling all chalet the waters Hotel hates and full information write IE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky i i arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu ahorsecents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern nnd store One of the best business points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call nt MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80 tf IC 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH Sbelbyvtlle Lexington rankfort 1lOLonlsvllle 11100 NORTH Xo21 No P M 820 90J vr No22 INo 1 PM LTj ill aoofhelbyvllle 700 7l0Alarks idneyGlobes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKEITwo doves give relief and one box wiljcure any ordinary caw of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and irregularities eentaiSent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankrort Ky May 2ly A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL systemthe bile clear the complexion euro headache and leave a good taste in pillsforEarlyHiserInch sns All other pills 1 have used gripe anti hicken while De Witts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by J W Gnyle 1767283 Was 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 so much to make our city prosperous We only ask you to use our Hour will you do that much Sold only through dealers j E m mining GO t ir f ft r kI it Ir f r P RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Rec tor will preach at 11 n in and 780 p in Sunday 930 a m Sundayschool session held in the chapel 11 a in Morning Prayer and Sermon I 780 p m Evening Prayer and Address Wednesday 780 p m In tho chapel Short evening Prayer and Address Friday 730 p in In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and discussion of the lesson for following Sunday j cordiallyinvite FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho Pastor will preach at a in and 730 p courthonslt 930 a in in the courthouse Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun PresbyterianCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Darsie the Pastor will 1prench at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 930 n in in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will chapelLeaderTopic Great Men of the Bible Joseph The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the Chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon Prayermeeting Wednesday even TopicANight subject A question that will not down t The public is cordially invited to j attend these services and especially cityMr of Winchester revivalltian Church last November is now engaged in another meeting at the mme place CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev lInJorRectorLowHigh Mass at 10 a in Vespers at 780- Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRoy J MoClusky Blay ney D D the Pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday atl780 p mIattend Thu toI METHODIST CHURCH R c C J Nugent tho Pastor will 4 pt Suiidischooll 5180 anp m Prayermeeting Wednesday night Icloci initedI PRlSI3YTERIINCHIT Pastor will preach at a in and 780 p Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society at 58- 0Pniyurmoeting Wednesday night 6at730 The public cordially invited to attend i BAZAAR The Baptist Ladles Aid Society will give their annual Baaar dur ing the week beforo Christmas They will have dainty and beauti ful articles on sale suitable for Christmas gifts Tho exact late will bo given later un t WATCH CONTEST W FOR THE MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERI- N FRANKLIN COUNTY BEGINNING SATURDAY SEPT I2TH For Eaen 1O0 PurofaseU From Us You Will Be Entil1aa To One Teachers must be in charge of a school at some time during the contest and school must be in Franklin county Eugenelogeopened and vote counted The winner can exchange the watch at M A Selberts for any other at the same price CRUTCHER SIMPSON REGISTRATION RESULTS The following Is the result of the registration held on Tuesday last as tabulated by the oilloers of reg istrationINOn PUECiscr Rep Detn Cam Total oilers 170 122 12 313 Bridge 73 173 Ifi 201 Courthouse 128 20 247 Mnrkethonse r2 131 8 151 Gaines Stable IOn 184 14 307 K nnevs Mills 93 184 10 237 Gn house 112 72 9 193 Totnls m m88 1740 To the above figures add the following scattering vote Buckner Democrat 1I PopulistS Prohibitionist 2 Socialist Grand total 1756 The following was the registration for 1902- PAEC CTN g v = = i4JVoglers 132 R7 1 7 227I Bridge 55 181 0 12 lURI Courthouse 9 170 Marlcetliouro 83 118 0 0 157 Gaines Stable 80 149 0 23i Gas house 108123 0 3 Bellepoitit 27 H 0 0 77 Totals OO 747 2 40 1298 Tho registration totals for the yeaI 1900 Rep 814 Dem 043 Pop 7 Ton Committal129 Total 1804 The registration for 1901 was as fol lows RCP 703 Dem 1048 Pop 2 Pro 5 NonCommittal 95 Total 1853 Now then gentlemen politicians you can figure out tho results from these figures coupled with the former results- at the elections IMPORTANT TO LADIES The Directors of the Needle Work Guild are requested to see the members of the Circle to which they belong and urge them to have their garments ready for the meet ing early in November OE iI r 1 Odors affi AtM1 Their I Best w M ARPresponsible M Stockr Wo buy of the best per fumers wo pick t e i r d1 choicest odors and wo at WtonI to keeping our stock fresh But there is still onother 1t reason for your coming r hero for perfumes Wo tike SK pleasure in selling perfumes at the closest price possi M ts j ble which on some odors at hat may mean a con W 9 siderablo saving for you Agents for Richard liudnuts 1 Perfumes and Toilet Requisites GAYLE CO StreetMCor Ann and Broadway 0 I J I h And Continuing Until ICOUN CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primaryb2to w FAITHFUL FRIEND Mr Chonto tho Planing Mil Man Acknowcdges a Service A friend in need is a friend indeed So realizes today a prominent Frankfort man A friends persistence saved him onceLearn through his experience L G Choato proprietor of tho Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 420 St Clair street says Ie In almost constant misery during tho day and back and through the kidneys expresses my condition for some years I also suffered a trreat deal from headaches and spells of dizziness and ofen when I arose I was almost blind for n time Thero was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which frequently wore very annoying and distressing I Idoctowl and used lots of medicine obtaining little or no benefit until Doans Kidney Pills were so per sistently recommended to me by a friend that I wont to 1 W Gayles drug store and got a box I took theta as directed and must say they helped me a great deal My back feels better and stronger I can rest better at night and the trouble with tho kidney secretions was much relieved As the result of Doans Kidney Pills my condition is so much improved that I feel like a now rant For silo by all dealers Price fiO confc Fo torMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no susbtitute WANTED TO BORROW 3500 OR 4000 With good real estatea farm in Franklin countyas security Address this office Sept in2m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed y ftSignature of JM FOR SflliE 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 h DO GOODIT PAYS OMiicagonian hits observed that IA deeds are better than real estate deeds some of tho latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy cold lend a helping hand You can Hot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement moro thai substantial help There aro 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 there is no danger what ever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It always cures J know it for it has helped mo out ninny a time Sold by rill druggists rfJ f1 NEW YEARS DAY 1904 I VotaI CONDITIONS G IFurniture Our Beautiful Line of Room Size IAXMINSTER RUGS SIS UNEXCELLED IIRRogersSonsl i FRANKFORT ZY Picture Frames Mattings aw eu dS Kodol Eat Dyspepsia CureYou might as put under a boiler without burning it and expecttoto live and when you cannot digest your food KODOL DYSPEPSIA Cum vrlll do it for you with no aid whatever from the stomach It contains exactly the same elements as Natures digestive fluids and cant help but produce the same results David Taylor Blind Ridge Pawrites havetriedof KODOL DYSPEPSIA CunEoI cannot say too much in its favor g0dPreparedsize When you need a soothing and healing application for piles sores and skin diseases use DeWftts Witch Hazel SALVE Beware of counterfeits FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE CREAMWORMSFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies ilffl- SOXjX y BTT JXXjX DXlYTGrGrXEIXS rrclArcd by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway HE LEARNED A REAL TRUTH Ft is said of John Wesley that ho Whydothirst over and over againJolinWesley because onco tolling Is tot enough It is for this same rea son that you are told again and CoughItealedyit counteracts any tendency of those diseases to result in pneumonia and that it is pleasant und safe to take For sale by all drugigsts- TH SA L VE THA f HEALS without leaving a scar is DoWittV the name Witch Haol isappliod to many salvos but DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is tho only Witch Hazel Salvo made that contains the puro unadulterated witch Imol 1f any other Wi toll Hazel Salvo is oileretl Oil it is a counterfeit E C DoVitt invented Witch HaelSalvo alld DoWitts Witch Haol Salvo is tho host salvo in the world for outs burns bruises totter or blind blooding itching and protruding plies Sold by J W Citilyo Only ono remedy in the world that will at onco stop Itchiness of tho skin in any part of the hotly Do- anHjOintment i J Digestswhat TREES FALL 1903 Trees by the Million GrapeVinesgreens Rhubarb Asparagus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents plantersCntalogue H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky- BOTH PHONES 4Slra Monarch over pain Burns cuts sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drugstore FOR SALE Tho most desirable small farm near Frankfort Jwo miles out on Louisville pike Good soil well watered plenty of fruit HOHS ingshurnparticulars apply to W LEE CRUTCHER 21 m A FEW OF OUR 1i 235andIOcentl Articles r t1c 1 One School Tablet lc Ono Paper Pins ic- no tfpool CuttottlcOi-w Package Hair Pins lc One Doen Hooks and Eyes IOne Cake Soap lc Childrens School Tin fllkor chief lc Curry Combs 5c Ono Dozen plat Pins 5c Ono Large Box Talcum Powder no- Childrens hose Supporters 5c Lace Edge Ilandkcrchicf5c Beautiful Wall Picture5c144 China Buttons 5c Ono Dozen Safety Pins 2e Ono Thimble e Ono Dozen Lump Wicks 2c Ono Pair Hinges 2c Ono Paper Sharps Needles 2c One Tooth Brush 3e One Dozen Collar Buttons Je One Dozen Hair Curler8cO- no Mouse TrnpcOn- eLargo Horse BrwIilOrO- no hatchet100O-ne Pair Scissors 010e One Hundred Brass Tacks 10c- Watch and wait for tho Jiunur Store Powers old stand 51t f ANCiENT TORTURE How it has Been Revived in Modern TimesIAn ancient method of poisoning criminals wits to force them to shallow large quantities of bulls blued Bulls blood is really no poison at all Yet the prisoner usually died in agony This was caused by the coagulation or hardening of the bulls blood in tho stomach The pressure of this slidmass on the heart lungs and otherv tal organs almost always resulted fatally Thats just like indigestion if your food doesnt digest it remains in a hard the stomach Gases are formed which crowd and sometimes actually displace othcrorgans Many cases of supposed heart disease are due to indigestion The pressure upon tlio if lungs bodyByInterferes with breathing A dis ICotlol Dyspepsia Cure all this trouble is removed Before food can be assimi lated into the system it must be re duced to proper condition by the di gestive fluids If any of these fluids are lacking perfect digestion is im possible Kodol Dyspepsia Cure sup plies the missing fluids Stomach dietingThesystemand 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 tho children too Weak and sickly little ones thrive on it It never falls During the last few years my stom ach vas in such condition that I couldnt retain the foo11nto writes Henry Williams of Boon 11e 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 y E DBWITT Oo OlilcnBO 1The roiitains times tlio5Ui size r ONE MINUTE cough Cure w TCures quickly Thats what its made for For sale by J AY Gayle drug gist tt1 r ltr TH- EIBAZA drN- pr n Rw1F mtM1LMf11AtIAAff1YMa1INMlALVibLM YMMl 44i MgMlrflNf1VLt1111LflU1- 1t t4k fOran ri1 rrk1 r rA r IMO YIYLAM1YiiWllirNYiA e Will Be Open to the Pub tic today- SATURDAY OGTt term and will have but ono price for everybody Come and see us and we can save you money on everything in the way of Notions Hardware Stationery Underwear Hosiery Tops Granite and Tm Ware I v SAMUEL ROIJDE9 THE BAZAAR STORE IS SITUATED IN OLD POWER ROOM312 MAIN ST PEA RIDGE Mrs William Trncoy is quite ill it SOOIlIvisiting Mrs Lou Suddiith at Chontevillo tills week firs IJottie Dennis was the guest of Mrs Sudduth Simdnyo Miss Myrtle Tracoy is quito sick tills week Her young friends hope she will soon bu well again Irr and Mrs Lnuoflcld visited mother Airs Dudley Laeo Hold at the Knobs this week hlIwore tike guests of Airs Kittle Lace field last week hiss Jonnio Lneofield hay itirnod homo from ti vsiit 10 her brother at tho Knobs Ilfiss Katie Suter was the guest of Hiss Edith Edge one day this week Alias Emma Dennis has returned homo after a short visit to friends in Fuullifurt Wo have not heard tho result of tho election on Saturday last for school trustee but whoever was elected will not could not suit any hotter than tho throe wo have hud Crutulwr1Undorbuilt a now sohoul house and bought a nice library for our scholars AI woll has boon started and wo hope it will he finished All this has been donoand no ill feeling has existed among natrons or children up to tho present J Tho walnut nuts hickory tints wild grapes persimmons and paw paws ore ripe and our children have boon sick not sick onough to feel bad but too sick to go to school No squirrel is hotter prepared with nuts for winter than thoy Their mental faculties may have tiered neglect but not their phy sical requirements SCRIBE A CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA I hnd Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not HlljentllIg nntil after used Kodol Dyspepsia Curt which has completely cured 1I1lJrR W W Say lor Milliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath Hour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quick Kodoldigestion combined with the great ost known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies SohlIj irjtt io CHAS B HANFOKD IN THE T AM J NG OF THE SH HEW A really adequate production of n Shakespearean play is a luxury far from common yet ones of whose appreciation tho receptions accord cd Charles B Hnnford and his leading lady Miss Alarie Drofnnh at every appearance this season Icivis no doubt A sucession of ovations has awaited him during his tour this season and the eriteisms have boon uniformly enthusiastic Air Hanford has earned the confidence of audiences by his efforts as an actor and a producer of plays in the past H has his first serious disappointment to be chsuirtd against him by an audience lib productions have been invariably made on a scale of liberality which proved his doterlllnntioll to tit cur rent demand for elaborate stage effects and yet he has at no time rUIIl1IThe Taming of the Shrew is heralded as his masterpiece in the field of Shakespearean The newspapers have accorded it a measure of praise which more friendly intention could nut en tirely account tor so spontaneous and unreserved have the expres sions of approval been fIr Hun ford will appear at the Capital Theatie on Saturday Octo her 17 in The Taming of tho Shruw IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOPj When pain or irritation exists on any part of tho body the applica tion of Mallards Snow Liniment mll1lwhorheumatism C R Snyith Paper Smith House Tenaha Texas writes 1 havo used Ballards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be a line remedy for all aches and pains and recommend for pains in throat and chest 25c oOc and 100 at Paul 1U We itels GAINED FORTY POUNDS IN THIRTY DAYS For several mouths our younger brother had been troubled with in digestion He tried several reme dies but got no bt nefit front them Wo purchased SOUK of Chamber lains Stomach null Liver Tablets told he commence taking them Inside of thirty lays he had forty pounds in flesh He nluldI Iu II recovered Vo have a BrosliIr qtAr SPECIAL BARGAINS WIII fltIItilIlI v Four Tin Cups fur jo Eight BoxiH Curpit Tnks 5c Extra Fine Enameled Milk Pitchers only 25u worth 45 MMNIa AVe have u largo line of Grunite waro that we can soil you tit half their volt and also carry a large line of tinware that we can save you money on Specie Bargains in Towifis ir Heavy Blenched towel with fringe for oc Heavy Crush Toweling 8j per yd Extra Large Bath Towel 25c Ladies Black Hose oc worth lOe LatesBlackMuse JOc worth loc Ladies Black Hose fie worth 1oe Ladies Black Hose 25olth Sloe We have a full line of ladies Ohildrns and Gents Uidrvcar- at vry lowest ricns TisPNcRI icAL AND FEED I Frankfort Ky Sept HI 1t1 i- aIII Mr CIIT l L7JtL1CA = Subscribe for t- heiOUNDABOUT rWives Sometimes Object To Life Assurance Widows Never do Young Aeii Sometimes fail to provide for old ago until too Into Have You A family or business to protect If Not you will have an old firm 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 World Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY shall be pleased to call on you G1IiS 4to f f YOUttIl a f feel run downtiredworn Not really sick i not really velIeDont feel that you need a doctorbut do feel that ybu needsomething Dont know just whatso continue to dragalong What you need at such times is WALTHE- RSPEPTONIZED PORT a tonic food that strengthens and invigorates the whole system aids digestion and builds one right up Nothing in it but Pure Pepsin and Good Port Wineno drugs or chemicals Two sizes 50 cts and gioo For sale by all druggists 1 r IJ Wa Gayle Frankfort Ky J 4 BRYANT TOWN K4The farmers nro about through cuttingIsft130wing and sorghum making We are to expect a matrimonial wave which has threatened the Vicinity of Mt Zion and which southIeastMr W Sudduth has about completed his new dwelling and will soon be at home to his friends So just to give our town a touch Ing up Messrs Geo L Mitchell and Lewis Cook have traded horses nnd the famous o Id George is making his daily round to Frank 4 fort with Mr Cook in the seat while the little bay often graces our town with Mr Mitchell in the seat So you see our town is on a boom The farm of Mr L P Hulett on Benson which will shortly be aI cated by Mr Gen Singleton will be reoccupied by Mr Luke Moore We had the pleasure of making aI tour over the mountains and plains of old Benson last week We found everything in a flourishing condi tion even Mr Bain Moore and wife We enjoyed the scenery along the route ever so much but the trip pleasanthad repnlrIngthe work by adding dirt on the metal which would be by far more benefit to the pike and save both labor and expense Instead the metal is carelessly scattered and left bare which Is rough on horse vehicle and driver In a short time all the metal is rolled off to either Bide and the road left in thu same old condition labor and expense benefitjtedtainly has a lively time filling the demands for tires spindles and horse shoes Now Devils Hol low pike is not the only one thus affected The St Johns and Jacksonville and other branches are maladySupposee a stroll out and view the sit nation and if he does not find tho above statement a true one we will parIIHARVTELAND Wn had quite a shower Sunday morning ricklistDudley Goins John Duvall and Miss Hattie Lewis horselnstspentSnturdny spentSundayfamilyMrs Fannie JJrnwnor and mother spent several days with Mrs Edna McDonald Mr Willie Chism and Miss Cora Smith Mr Doda Bryant and Miss Annie Smith went to Bethel on Sunday last Miss Edna Duvall had a new fel low Sunday last refMiss Lizzie Hahn spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Ed DuvallMr and Miss Mary Lewis spent Saturday with Mr Jeff Lewis Mr Ben Marshall and wife are spending several days with his brother Mr Field Marshall in Peaks Mill neighobrhood Miss Maggie Smith has been vis iting Mrs Clark in BellepointMiss Duvall spent Sunday evening with Miss Carrie Duvall Mrs Emma Pulliam is spending a few days with her mother Mrs Way of Flat Creek iMr R H Suter and wife spent several days in Peaks Mill- Mrs Thomas Goins and son John aro visiting her son Mr Curtis Gems in Henry county Mrs Motford is visiitng her daughter Mrs R H Suter Mrs John Marshall and Mrs Bet tio Somones visited here Sunday last If you want to hear all of the news take tho Frankfort Round about THE BOYS IN GRAY AT WORK AGAIN Capt David A Murphy of Oxford Oho who will be remembered by our older citizens as the superin tendent of construction of the cus tom house in this city has boon appointed to superintend the erec KylThedate the U S Court which is held in cityCapt is a faithful and competent man and watches the Governments interests closely It was almost a miracle Bur dock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over tho bodv I am very grateful Miss Julia Filbridge West Cornell Conn KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aide Natur in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organ It lathe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation- can approach it in efficiency scantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of imperfect Prce50c and 11 ttmet HDKlUiM Book aU aboutdyspepslKmuiltdfre- ePrtpcrid ky BjC DtWHTT AGO Crjlcaga For sale by J W Gayle TAYLORITHE PREMIER If KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR t SONS Proprietor + Frankfort Kentucky tt 1 iti c d i Wb GIsDCpFQSSQd j y has frequent headaches a bad of nervet gonefeelingmsUadya Its the LiverDont toll to get today at your to HERBINEand dlgcaUve organs to heir Liver KIdnormalfeel unctloeLa now YouUwoman After taking the first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway WINTERS COMINGI t CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKBRS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK Gt STAGG 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky IVVV New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST ilinl etsSunday May The now trains n m daily The eveninc trains to saino points 1010 m daily Double daily Rervico- ThrouRh car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T O MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo I1IOOImm21UIcbJJIDmlRYs- I SETW- EENLouisville AND Chicago TOCALifORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars P lace Drawing Room Sleeper B H BACON D P A JM Cor 4th ft 4 Market sa Lenivh This signature la on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that care a cold IB a dap GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick bouse 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 Oreen For terms apply at this office t 4 MORPHINE Why Remain a Slave Whon You Can Bo Cured at Homof An absolute permanent and pnin less euro for Morphine Cocaine drughabitsing instructions Our treatment is very simple and can bo taken with out the knowledge or assistance of other persons Wo do not detain you from business and each ease receives individal treatment from isimmedlnteones and sloop becomes normal afr the beginning of the treatment Wo restore the nervous and phy sical systems to their natural con ditions because wo remove thatcauses of the disease RAN A TEN PENNY NAIL THROUGH HIS HAND While opening n box JC Mount of Throe Mile Bay N Y ran a ton penny nail through tho fleshy part of his hand I thought atonce of nil the pnin mid soreness this would cause mo I ho says and Immediately applied Cham berlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To 013 surprise itremoved nil pnin nnd soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all drncrirlflt MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing athing thoroughly Of nil tho Salves you ever heard of Buoklons Ar nicn Salvo is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25o and guaranteed to give satisfactions by At all druggists I REDUCED RATES TO LEXINGTON On Recount of Horsebreeders Trot ting Association meeting at Lexington Oct nth to 17th inclusive the L N Railroad will sell tick ets at 110 for the round trip morningtrainofto October 18th A THOUGHTFUL M M Austin Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an un usual case of stomach and liver helpherKings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCSIQN COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone fendingasketeh and quickly ttontitrlctlyconlderitral certain our tree whether any Invention le probablypateutable Communlca on Patent sent free Oldest socur ngpatenu Intonu taken through Hunn tt Co rccelre tpiclal notlee without charge In the Scientific Rmerkanthandsomely Illustrated1 weekly 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