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ITJ rrvo1f I THEFRANKFO RT RoUNDA I OUTI OEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I YOL XXYIitFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 17 1903 NCK6 FactOR Favor UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING On Sunday last two lads at the whornear the mouth of Elkhorn wore fooling with a pistol whon Hampton leveled tho gun at An drew Hampton saying at the time Im going to kill you not Ream ing that tho gun watt loaded whon it exploded shooting Andrew through the liver kidneys lord t spleen Tho accident happened about oclock p m Dr Alex C Hens ley of this pity was summoned to tho assistance of tho wounded lad r and after careful examination pro nounced tho wound njorral The wounded lad was about 10 seas of age and tho ono who did tho shooting about years old Tho littlo follow is nearly wild with grief and fear Tho weapon used was a 38 caliber revolver Another instance of didnt know it was loa- dedVWON OUT Tho Frankfort Base Ball Glob Starsrh r of 10 to 2 There was a big crowd out NEW COAL CO I Tho Frankfort Coal Fuel and Feed Co J B Utterback H R b Currens anti L O Currens iucor porators has boon formed and filed articles of incorporation in the- county clerks ofllco on Monday- It was almost a miracle Bury dock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over tho body T am very grateful Miss i Julia Filbridgo West Cornell Conn A BEAUTIFUL PLACE IWe visited the Frankfort Ceme tory on Sunday last and were stir prised to see how splendidly the grass has recuperated from the f effects of the drouth Everything Ilouked as green and fresh as spring time That beautiful city of the dead is in fine trim and reflects credit upon the careful management 1 of Mr Henry M Craik tho efficient superintendentThere I prettier cemetery in the State Cave Hill not excepted T DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS Tho Democratic Campaign Com mittee have opened headquarters iFin tho office of County Judge J H t Polsgrovo and aro open night and- day BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS r Aro spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the pores of- the skin The best way to securo a clear complexion free from sal lownoss pimples blotches etc is to keep tho liver in good order An occasional dose of Horbino will thekhealthy oomplxeion 50c at Paul JB Weitzols f Itht r iif t tH A 1MW I rwHIGH of these I governs your buying Do you buy where you get the hest goods pay the least money for them and receive the best attention or do you buy at a certain store simply because you fur in the habit of so doing If the latter is it not time for you to change to the best store McC1ures OPENED H E A DQ LrARTE RS- Tho Republican Campaign Com mittee of this county hits opened headquarters in tho Totld building at tho St Clair street bridge and request their friends to call nt any title The headquarters will bo open both day and night RETURNED FROM CAMP YOUNG Companies and E Kentucky National Guards of this city Capt F h Gordon rind Capt W C lilt tkenlfer commanding who have been at Camp Young for the last two weeks returned homo on Sun day morning last at 4 oclock on a special train The boys had a taste of1ti earn pain work and now know more about real soldier life than they would have acquired in years of service in ordinary State cncamp nont They were up against the real thing dyspepticsishurried outing and luck of care in selecting proper food There is nothing morn effective to tho rundown digestive organs than pure pepsin and while pepsin alone corrects tho overworked di gerUivo organs a tonic siuh as nmv port wine is also necessary to Iccip them in thi condition Walthers IVjtmiod Port to bo found in nil drug tons combiiKs in exact proportions the purest pep httUIIIhsIze e 1UU SPLENDID SPECIMEN On Saturday last Mr Fred SutI torlin of tho Frankfort lee Co took up and carried to the greenhouse of Mr Ed Powers one of the finest specmons of the banana tree it has ever been our fortune to see It is two years old arid meas ured to the top of the highest loafI about fifteen feet It was about six foot in circumference at tho base Hammond Co Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky iitf JltJ 9f r f ikr t t f Best Goods onlyreliableanyarticletation is behind this guarantee Is not this worth something to you The Least Money Ve buy for cash and in large quantities And these two things weelnimsame monoy and that wo are not only in a position to do this but that we Is not this worth something to you R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY MEETING OF EBENEEZER PRESBYTERY Tho Ebenpezer Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of which tine First Presbyterian Church of this city is a member held its fall meet adjourningpermit tho members of that body to attend tho Synod at Hopkins ville on Tuesday afternoon The following ministers were in attend ance Rev W C Conditt U D of Ashland Rev Dr 1f Blackburn of Covington Rev J P Whitihend of Newport Rev H P Cory of Falmouth Rev J IS Erin of Dayton Rev F 1ithison of Paris Rev R O Kirk wood D D of Lexington Rev G A Joplin of Mt Sterling und Rev J McClusky JJlayney n D of this city Much important business was transacted and the reports showed a gratifying advance along alljines of evangelical work POWERS AND HOWARD TAKEN TO LOUCSVILLE On Wednesday morning at 1120 oclock Messrs Caleb Powers find Jas H Howard under sentence for assassinating Senator Win lioebel wore brought here and lodged in jail to await the 810 p m train and wore then taken to Lousiville and placed in jail to await the ac thou of tho Court of Appeals Why they were not taken straight through to Louisville over the Louisville Southern road is a question that has been asked OAS I ORBears the 11ha For the Roundabout FuIon lust of asth ma at his home He was an up right honorable and Christian gentleman His friends aro in numerable both white and colored Tho community has sustained a great loss H H Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat WEDNESDAYS BLAZE At 1110 on Wednesday morning an alarm from box called the JudgoIdetached laundry room Tho build ing which was triune was gutted but tho damage was small Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure irogei ts what you eat J1f PI1 0i I b h J J 1 Best Attention No house in Frankfort ever had such a force of competent salesmen as we No matter what you wish you are waited on by a salesmen who knows and who is acting under posi tive instruction from us to let nothing go out from this store that is not fully up to our standard in both fit and style as wellns quality Is not this worth something to you So if it Is Clothing or Shoes you want do not these facts tell you that you want them from us WITTHE ON OUR DRESS GOODS ARE WITH IN REACH OF ALL WE SELL ONLY FIRSTCLASS GOODS AND WHAT YOU BUY HERE WILL PROVE TO YOUR LIKING IN DRESS GOODS AVe ate showing time very latest weaves and culms It will 1llll easy matter for you to get suited at this store We would like for you to see our line of ZiBELlNES AVe are showing at 50e Soc main 150 per yard We believe they are the very best values to be hind also in FANCY MIXTURES we have some striking patterns at 50c to 800 per yard In PLAIN CLOTHS we are confident that we lead with lowest prices IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS FROM US Remember that we also show complete lines of Hosiery Underwear Blankets Comforts Staples and Notions At the Lowest Prices C KAGIN BRO NO 41 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE t PERSONAL Mrs Anna M Hoppln Iras re turned from a visit to Cincinnati Mr Joe LrCnmptr of Lexington spout Sunday in tjiis city Miss Nora Miller of this olHoo spent Sunday in Lexington gooioo T4exing4onEditor Tno B Drvdon or thI Call spent Tuesday in Cincinnati- Col A F Boscho made a busl ness trip to Cincinnati on Tuesday Mr Lucien Burnam visited friends in Lexington this week Mrs Martin L Lawrence has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Mark Calmes of Louisville was a visitor hero this week IMr T T Arnold visited relatives in Owen county last week Rev M B Adams made a busi ness trip to Louisville on Monday Mr G Russell Sneed of St Louis 5Mo is visiting relatives here Mr Jas E Clark of Morehead Was in the city on Thursday- Mr J R Thomas has returned from Lexington Mr Harry Bush of Atlanta Ga was in the city yesterday Mr T C Bradley has returned from Now York Miss Bolle Giltnor is visiting rel atives in Fayette county Mr Chas A Nelson jr of Ver Creek Madison county visite- bls family here this week Prof J H Patterson of Ken fcuckv State College Lexington was here Monday Mr Howard T Gaines returned Saturday night from a visit to iCainp Young Dr John Jouett wife and child Of Eminence were guests of Mrs John C Bridges week uckyWesleyanwas in the city this week Miss Fannie Crittenden went to Louisville on Sunday evening to visit friends daughter3lfssin Mt Sterling Mr W F Grayot and wife at tended the VanDervcerFieber wed Ing in Lexington on Wednesday Mr Jno R Todd and Jas A Mc Ewan returned Wednesday from StjLouis Mo Miss Maggie J LeCompte of Lexington was the guest of Misses Todd West Side this week Dr L M Scott and wife of Jol Pico Tenn were guests of Col Jas A Scott this weokIMiss Hume of Covington was cite guest of Miss Irma Labrot thisI week Mr W J Chinn of Denver Col in on n visit to his mother Mrs Ellen H Chinn in this city Miss Mary Belle Taylor is th- guest of Miss Henrietta Cardwell J n IIouisville itfisfi Bettlc Craig of Danville was aho guest of Mrs E L Samuel this week Mrs Wick Bennett and laughter Louise of Georgetown were guests of Mrs Robert Choate this week Misses Ethel and Loulie C hoate have returned from a visit to Wood ford and Scott counties rlr JE H Black visited his sis ter Mrs Martha Wilkorson at the Forks of Ekhorn this week Mrs David P Davis has returned From a visit to her parents in Shel by ville Miss Blanche Scofleld of Form dale was the guest of Misses OThomas Third street this week Row O L Powers of Woodlake was the guest of a friend in this city on Wednesday Mrs Mike Niekles is slowly im proving from an attack of heart trouble Rev 0 L Power who has been holding a meeting at Finchville viiafi returned to Woodlake Mr A Duvall of Georgetown was in the city on Wednesday and made us a pleasant call Mr Howerton teamster and Dr- Mi A Foamster spent Monday in Lexington attending the races Miss French of Springfield 111 is the guest of Mr and Mrs Rub Farmer Stoolo street Miss Lucy Farmer of Louisville who has been visiting Misses t Chiun Shelby street has returned home I REMOVAL W E BAXTER I s D D M D 0a s removed his ollko to room in till Baxter BalldlognnnthcaytcornorStCtairandlteulwuy givon to nnd to disiHsas of tho Mouth Xosouml Throat a Both phones Now No Old No April 111 yr t1 JL Miss Allene Gayle of Columbus Ky who has boon tho west of her Hunt Mrs J H Williamson hits returned home Mr S S Witt wife and son Al licit of Winchester wore lIu tsIthis bicHliprinluw W H this tvoek- Mis Hitllie Herndoti of Lexinic ton visited hor brother Judgu W T Hcrndon Coinvay street thii week Capt C C Calhoun and wife n Vashiucton City were guests of Miss Eliza Overtoil Third street this week lyfsited Eleanor Cannon of Midway her aunt tics George F Berry at Juniper Hill this week laughterMissRichmond and Danville have re turned home Mr Harry Hall of Nelson county who has been the guest of hi brother Mr Tom Hall has re turned home Mr Richard A linker of Mill- brook Farm is attending the fat sale of thoroughbreds at New York CityMiss Carrie Brock who has been visiting friends at Cynthiana was called home to attend tho funeral of Miss Fannie Harper Mrs Mary Pattio Oldham of- Richmond was the guest of her aunts Misses Lucy and Lou Patti 1this week Little Clara OConnor daughter of Mr J Desmond OConnor who was sick several days this weeK is up and about LookdcountythisDr and Mrs H J Marrs have re turned from a few days visit in Indiana the guest of Dr Marrs mother Sheriff W M Smith and Messrs J Mont Burns and J W Taylor of Pikevillo brought several prison ors to the prison Thursday Col E H Ruffner U S En gineer Corps Cincinnati in charge of the Kentucky river improve ments was in the city on Monday Mrs Mary C Haycraft who has been visiting her son Lt W A Hay craft at Fort Loavonworth Kan returned home Monday Lt Wm A Haycraft 22d U S Infantry of Fort Leaven worth Kansas is visiting his mother MrsIMary C Haycraft in this oity Hon N C O tiro ton Republican candidate for Railroad Commis Saturdaylooking Mr J M VanDerveer and wife attended tho VanDerveorFieber wedding in Lexington Wednes dayMr Russell S Penn who is attending Georgetown College spent several days with his parents Mr Penn and wife in this city thisIweek Mr D O Moorman and wife who have been guests of Gen D cityhaveverport Mrs Mary Withrow and daughter spendinghave returned to Mr J F Mont gomerys to spend the winter Miss Bettie Nelson of Salvisa who has been the guest of her mule Capt C C Furr has returned home Miss Charlotte Cromwell of Fayetto count who has been tho guest of Mrs Geo A Lewis and other relatives here has returned home WnshlngtonCitnephew Mr R A VanDerveer and Miss Elvira Fiobor in Lexing ton on Wednesday Mrs Anna VanDerveor attended the wedding of her son Mr Rich ard VanDerveor and Miss Elvira Fiebor in Lexington on Wednes dayMiss Lida Hundley has accepted a position as stenographer and typewriter fur the Altamont Coal Co at Altamont Laurel county and has gone there to reside Col Noel Gaines Inspector Gen eral of tho Kentucky National CampYounghero Rev Dr J MoClusky Blaynoy and Mr R K McClure represented the First Presbyterian church of this clt at tile Presbyterian Synod at Hopkinsville this week Rev Win Crowe and Mr Robt L Greene represented time Southern Presbyterian church of this city at tho Synod at Cynthiana this week Hon Geo W Long and wife of Loitohlleld spout Sunday night in this city as tho guest of Mrs Lung moor Mr Long was on his way to Willianistown to speak and Mrs Long to visit in Cynthiana Mrs N J McDaniol returned Sat urday night from Aslilaml where she was called by tho serious illness of Item daughter Mrs Armacross Wo are glad to report that Mrs Armaoross is much unproved Messrs M P Brown Dyko Ha xolrigg Henry F Lindsoy and Polk Lafoon jr were attendants at tho VanDorveer Finbor wedding in Lexington on Wednnsulay anI tits conurxgiition in honor of little Miss Miugucrilo Sullivan who is his gout at the rectory 51rrs111 Case after a protracted rotfreturned home on Thursday last accompanied by her daughter Mrs MuH Richardson who has fully recovered trout a recent illness of typhoid fever- GAINEI FORTY POUNDS IN THIRTY DAYS youngerbrother remelChamberlainsand ho commenced taking thorn gainedIgoodtradoMerchants Long Branch Mo For sale by all druggists DEATHS ROBSON In LaGrange Oct 12th 1903 Mr Joseph Clark Rob son in the 76th year of his age He was a nativq of Franklin county having been born in the city of Frankfort and lived in Franklin county and Frankfort until a few years ago when he sold his farm near South Benson and removed to LaGrange As a young man he was the friend and companion of Senator Vest of Missouri both young men serving their appren ticeships at the carpenters trade together Among various buildings they worked upon one was the Kentucky Military Institute when first erected Mr Vests father being the contractor Until death the Senator had no more ardent admirer in his adopted State than was Joe Robson Ho married the daughter of tho late James Milatn time widow of Allison Lynn sheriff under the old Constitution previous to 1852 after witch sheriffs wore eected by the people His widow and five children survive Mr Robson was himIable versatility a and possessed of a remarkable memj ory Was probably more conversant with the political history of the State and Nation and familiar with the chronology of tho cou time biography and personal historyI of its polital celebrities for the past KenIituokytions in all relations of liCoflr de voted and loving friendno net of kindness was over shown him which ho forgot Neither was any opportunity to show one to another neglected He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and died jni the hope and assurance of Christian religion expressing his willingness to depart and be ac rest from the torturing agonies of linger ing chronic rheumatismthat most painulr hopeless and protracted ill genieSoSoon al l shall have joined hint and undertheSULLIVAN The infant child of Mr Jas A Sullivan and wife diodi on Monday morning aped few days Deep sympathy is felt for the reaved eI HARPERAt the homo of her parents at the Forks of Elkhorn on Monday Miss Fannie Harper oonsumption1Sho girl just budding into womanhood Sincere sympathy is felt for tho bereaved one- sSULLIVANIn this city on Saturday morning to Mr J A Sullivan and wifoa daughter BUSHOn High View to Mr Leo Hush and wifea son It IT GOES R I GUT TO THE SPOT When pain or Irritation exists on any part of the body the applica tion of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt roliof It goes right to tho spot said an old man who was rubbing it in to euro his ProprSutithwrites have used Milliards Snow Liniment III my family for several years and havo found it to bo si flue remedy for nil achos und pains and recommend it for pains in throat and chest LSo uUc and 100 at Paul B Weltzels g1 iUO MHI I I JWcgetablcPjcparationfor thcToodandRe ling thaSlomachs andBowels of EromotesDlcsUonChecrful ness andEestContains neither lorphine nor Mineral NOT NAHC OTIC II nrtlltJlilSAM1lZlJ1f3 Punifta s BJul rJAtriN aJIUt Jail ConsUpaHonWonnsConvulsfonsFeverjsh ness andloss OF SlEEP Tac Simile Signature of III NEW YORK III exACT coPYDF WBAPPCB- b i 1 I iSTORIA For Infants and Children Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears the I Signatureof I r r The Kind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA CENTUtl COMY Wedding Gifts I WE offer you a stock of carefully selected articles in Sterling Silver Cut Glass Clocks 11 Jewelry 1 All the highest grade goods at prices in the reach of all We have this fall a special line of Handsome High Grade Inexpensive Articles suitable for WEDDING GIFTS M A SELBERT RELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY t A i i p = 1jUI rt f t It1IjO Keep your eye on this spaceI Sam D Johnsonf THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KIS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyColds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50clTrial bottle free 111 i GRAND LODE OP ODD FEL LOWS The Grand Lodjie of Odd Follows for the State of Kentucky mot In Lexington on Tuesday The following gentlemen worn elected as the grand ollioers for the ensuing year Grand Master H M Arnott NioholasvilloDeputy Master D L Bailey Louisville Grand Warden A W Clements Morpanfleld Grand Secretary B G Elliott LexingtonGrand George W Mor ris Louisville Grand Representative Claude Buokley Simpsonville Messrs W B Bridgeford W S Dehuney and L S Graham repre sented Capital Lodge No8 of city and Mr T Hiter Crockett represented Frankfort Lodge No GERMAN SYRUP readIerson the market that does ro lieve and cureconsumption It contains the specific such as pure tar extracts of gums etc which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and con sumption by the great medical con gresses The consumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning The f diseased parts want rest lioaling and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration tr the morning with speedy nn perma nent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all drugg 8tH yr f NEW FIRE ALARM STATION A now lire alarm station has been put in It is No 235 and has boon put in the now Louisville and Nash vine freight depot This will give an added security l to shippers as in case of fire an alarm can be quickly sent to the department Chief Taylor put in the new box on Thursday afternoon ONLY A VBIIY FEW PUB LI SHE D It is not possible for the proprie tors to publish moro than a very few of the numerous lottors received in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anil Diarrhoea Homndy and tolling of its remarkable euros They como from people in every walk in lifo mid from every State in the Union The following trout Mr T W Ureathouso of Pratt burg Ga Kpoaks for isolf f would have boon dead now but for tho use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured mo of chronic diarrhoea after soven years of sulloring can never say too much In praise oft that romoly For sale by all drug gists I MARRIED Wo aro in receipt of the following invitation Mrs George Franklin Merrill re quests tho pleasure of your com pang at the marriage of her daugh ter fordjMr Daniel Woisigor Liudsey jr eveningI IRiehmofd Va H At tho MC aftorIlIoonNancy Pnrrisb of Punks Mill wore married by Rev Mr Nash- TURNERLAWRENCE In this county on Tuesday Mr Albert Turner and Miss TJossio May Law renco were marrie- dGORDONRINERAt Graofens burg on Tuesday Mr Goo M Gor don and Mrs Bessie Riner wore marriedROBERTS CRUTCHER A n nouncoment has been made of the approaching marriage of Mr Harry H Roberts and Miss Mabelle Crutoher which is to occur on Wednesday Nov 4th Mr Roberts is a popular and hustling young business man a son of Mr W J Roberts the lumber merchant His bridetobe is the oftstreet this city She is a favorite with all who know her Our best wishes are tendered them in advance- PEYTONWOODS In this city on Monday Mr John Peyton and Miss Mary Ellen Woods were married by Judge J H Polsgrov- eMOOREROGERSIn this county on Monday Mr Squire Rogers and Mrs Mollio H Moore were marredBUSEYBYSE this county on Wednesday Mr Hugh Ware Busoy and Miss Cecilia Pear Rog ers were marrie- dVANDERVEERFIEBERA t Christs Church Cathedral in Lexington on Wednesday Mr Richard A VanDorveer and Miss Elvina Fiuber wore nnrriod by Rev Baker P LeeWo mention several weeks since of the approach of this happy event Mr Vanderveer is ono of tho cleverest and most popular young mon ever roared in this city He was a former employe of this office Lexingtonsfairestlug young ladles Hearty congratulations aro ox tendedMORSEWA LLBA UA t the Church of tho Good Shepherd on Thursday morning Mr Frank H Morse and Miss Matilda Wallbaum were married by Urn Father Thos S MajorMr is a member of tho Kentucky Journal Co and a fine mechanic His bride is a young lady of groat popularity and admirable character CURTIS THAYLOR At tho Capital Hotel in this city on Thursday Mr Aurolius B Curtis of Scott county and Miss Molvina Traylor of Owon county wore married by Rev George Darsio of the Christian Church TR A YLORCA I1lR1A t tho sumo tine and place Mr A B Traylor of Owon county and Miss Ruth Calvert of Scott county wore married by Rov Goorgo Darsio of tho Christian Church l BENSON J H Shoots and little son IMrf have returned home from Louisville She has boon visiting antIMiss Elizabeth Suttlcs of Benson has boon in Louisville for tho past two weeks visiting her brother Mr G P Suttlos and wife Mr Elwood Hamilton and his host girl took a pleasant drive lust Wednesday evening H S IrTltooperaoftheLittleTycoonI Jin this city on Tuesday Oct 27th by the corps of trained local musi chits for the benefit of Frankfort Lodge No MO B P O Elks iThe rehearsals have been pro gros ing rapidly and the whole affair will bo a decided success The very cream of Frankforts local talent which is fine Indeed has been secured for this occasion Lot everybody remember tho day and date and be sure to attend The funds raised will be appro priated for the benefit of this order Dont forget it OASxa0 BCADears tligmatnre of n the LISTIIThe following is the list of adver letters for week ending Satur day October 17 1S03 Broach Dr Elizabeth Chambers Ellen Crawford Cecil E Crippen Mrs MAttie J Cunning Mrs Erne Daniel John H Day C B Dean Mrs Susie Hannon Miss Rose Hume Mrs R S Jackson J N Lass Mrs L Montague Eliza Numble Miss Carrie Poe Willie Rend John- Bobords Mrs Martha Robinson Miss Edith HonryShow Scott Mrs A L Scott T J Taylor Thomas Utterbaok James Williamson Mrs Eliza Wishart Joseph Persons calling for tho above lot tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M FOR SALE CHEAP A secondhand freight elevator Apply at this ofllce- HANDSOME WINDOWS FOR SALE Tho Building Committee of the First Baptist Church have tun very fine stained glass windows for sale A grout bargain can bo obtained by inquiring of DryU V Williams W S Farmer or O C Kennoy members of that committoo tf oflChnlllflreach State ono in this county required to represent laud advertise old established wealthy business sttttdlugSalaryadditional all payable in cash direct every Wednesday from head furI ==i Pleasant to taste J1uk Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts ai the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salt 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 I Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thai any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 1 FOR FINE WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY 1Fine watch and jewelry rO111 drkand goods strictly warranted Tho highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchange I for new work Jan 10 08 ly 1 Tfte FrankroItRounaanout Entered at the postoillcc at Frankfort Ken tucky as secondclass niailnble matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 17 1903 HON JOHN YERKES The Republicans of this city and county will hold a rally at the Opera House in this city on luos day afternoon next October 20th at 2 oclock Hon John W Yerkes of Washington City will he the speaker of the day He is an elo quent and pleasing orator Ho indulges in no abuse of any one Everybody is invited to hoar him He should have a big audience STAMPING GROUND Mr 7 Willis Calvort son of Mr W 0 Calvert is quite ill with pneumonia Mn Quincy Whitton of Rush villo Ind is visiting relatives bore Mr Davidson of St Louis Mo is visiting his parents in our town The citizens of our town have nominated the following gentlemen as candidates for town trustees to be elected next month W H Old hum L Honaker J L Johnson OldhatnITho drouth has at last been effectually broken Tho heavy rains- have softened the ground and thoroughly saturated it Tho smallIgrain has about all lonThe grass is getting as green as spring time A few more lays of fallIThe Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church have done a vast amount of improving on the in POW8I4 walls and ceiling papered They d will put in another stove and their work will bo done rNOI PPRE TAMING OF THE SHREW Mr Chas Hanford and his superb company presented Shakes 1hetat Johnstown Opera House last night and scored one of the most notable triumphs of the present theatrical season The audience was a largo appreIciatiycrtho character of capable manner in which Miss n1j rio Drofnah carried the dlllloult role of Katherine the shrew Tore were half a dozen or more most enI thusiastic curtain calls and those served to show that tho audience was quick to note tho distinct merit of the production Mr Hanford who has appeared frequently in this city in other high class plays was never seen to better advantage There was snap and ginger and t consummate skill displayed in every moment of his time Miss Drofnah not only played her part strongly and intelligently but she looked it and she justly shared tho fine honors which the audience voted Caryl Gillin as Grumo Petruehios serving man was de oidedly entertaining his lines be leg carried capitally and his splendid work found full appreciaj IndlJried out faithfully The Taming l of the Shrew was preceded by the r enItitlod41fopporIan actor tlasA WOMANS COMPLEXION It is rank foolishness to attempt to romovo sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use of cosmetics ifLor local treatment as advocated tho beauty doctor The only safe and sure way that a Woman CUll improve her complex ion is by purifying and enriching tho blood which corn only bo lIe complished In Jllllt the liver ii and active Tho liver is1 POiluItlonunriclies the blood purifies the complexion it also cures consti pation biliousness nervousnoss and induces refreshing sloop A single bottle of August Flower has been known to cure tho most pro nounced anti distressing ewes of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 2 cents regular sizo ji cents At all druggist ly C A S X ti z t Boars Signature of I b iilte Ys Paw BANKERS OF KENTUCKY Invited by Exhibit Association to Hold tho 1104 Mooting at Kentucky Building on Worlds Fair time eleventh annual moet ing of the Kentucky Bankers As sociation held at Hopkinsvllle last week an invitation was extended to the organization by the Ken tucky Exhibit Association through its Secretary to hold the mooting next year in tho Kentucky State Building at tho Worlds Fair in St LouisAs next place of meeting is always settled by tho executive committee the invitation was re ferred to it The sentiment of the bankers present favored the acceptance of the invitation by the com mittee so the next mooting of Ken tuckys heads of financial institu tions will most likely be held at tho exposition grounds in the Mound City Time Kentucky Bankers Associa tion was tho first organization in the State to endorse time movement inaugurated by tho Kentucky Ex hibit Association looking to the erection of a Kentucky Building and full display of tho States products and resources at the great Worlds Fair in 1504 The resolu tion adopted then provided for tho appointment of a committee to help raise the fund for tho purpose Time report of tho work done by time comll1jftee luring tho year was made by the Secretary of the Ex hibit Association at time Hopkins villo mooting It showed that fifty banks and trust companies have already subscribed the amounts nccorelingIso far received from the bankers was reported at 4000 so it may be said that a largo part of time Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is 1heir3I of the report who represent ad concerns who had not contributed to the fund were asked to take up time matter immediately upon their return homo with their board thntIExhibit Association closes at least 2000 more will be contributed by banks and trust companies not in the list at this time The railroad rates in effect during the Worlds Fair will bo so low from Kentucky points that tho trip can bo made cheaper to St Louis than to any city or town in the State where the 1J104 meeting might be hold limo visit to St Louis will also have many inducements to offer for everyone wants to see tho exposition There is hart any doubt about the attendance being the largest in tho history of the Association on this account IOJJlcial WoriePFair photogra since the last re port by the Kentucky Exhibit As sociation fire as follows Nicholas county E R Martin Carlisle Magoflln county W S Flint Sal countiesE RuthiJoyceIU FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc MANHATTON THERAPEUTIC Bl0ativvayIow Many persons who fool tired nervous and all worn outnot ex actly sick yet far from well seek tho aid of a physician when what they really need is a simple tonic something to brace them up tryWalthprHiby J W Criyle Frankfort K It combines the richest old POIt wino with the very best of pepsin It creates a natural appetite tones up the stomach cures dyspepsia and indigestion Many physicians presuriboWalth pmttiSmall size 50 cents largo size 100 MOTH E ItS Who would keep their children in good health should watch for time first symptoms of worms and re move them with Whites Crftam Vermifuge It is the childrens best tOllluI t gets digestion at work so that dOllS theta good and they grow up healthy and strong 2iic at Paul B Woit zels 0 I 4i r Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an AppetiteI Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large deadlyLaGnppea direct attack upon the nerves an extra strain upon them at the time thenvital it is at the lowest ebb If laGrippe has systemwithlossfrequent headaches and morbid tendencies should strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Tservine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite restI and restore the nerves to their normal activity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Who have suffered from that dreaded diseaseLaGrlppe I suffered see oral weeks with It and nothlng I tried seemed to benefit me in any way shape or form I mydaughterto me and I can truthfully say from the I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built m shattered nerves nnd gaveI me a splendidappetite I cannot highly of it and want to say each and one who has suffered from LaGrippeeveryI find instant relief getting a bottle Miles Nervine Insist on having it lopinrthisMRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Vliles Medical Co Elkhart Ind BIG APPLES IN EXHIBIT II The Kentucky Exhibit Association wants 150 barrels of apples embracing every variety growing In Kentucky to put In cold storage this fall and dur ing the winter for the horticultural display to be made at the Worlds Fair In St Louis next year M F Johnson of Fern Creek field representative of the Agricultural and Hor ticultural committee of the Associa tion Is now covering the state In the Interest of these two departments and among other things Is securing these apples He made the first ship ment recently from Glendale of two barrels The average weight of these apples was 201 ounces and the aver age measurement 15 Inches In circum ference Mr Johnson who Is Presi dent of the State Horticultural Soclevy and knows whereof he speaks pro nounces this fruit the finest he has seen this year- POTTERY IN OPERATION Visitors to the Kentucky Mineral Exhibit in the Mines and Metallurgy building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year will have the pleasure of seeing a miniature pottery in full operation J A Bauer of Paducah who operates a large pottery at which is made white earthenware jars jugs etc has applied to the Kentucky Exhibit Association for space in the clay exhibit to place a man and jig to turn out Jugs and other wares throughout the exposition He promises to send a skilled man who can make his work both attractive and entertaining Mr Bauer uses three clays from McCracken county and some from the Cooley mine in Graves county- PICTURES OF EVERYTHING Nothing at the Exposition attracts and holds the eye of the visitor more than photographs and the Kentucky Exhibit Association which is to erect the Kentucky Building and make a dis play of the States products and re sources at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year has lost no time in carrying into effect plans that grew out of a recognition of this fact has appointed an official photographer in every county in the state to secure for the Kentucky Building and various exhibits to bo made in the large palaces of the Exposition pictures of every thing noteworthy and of interest It Is to give credit to every photographer on every picture furnished by himself LOW RAZES 10 THE SOUTH Special low rates for the round trip will bo authorized via F Ry and the Q k 0 Ron to on October 20th Jtatos from Frankfort will be to CHI ttIUIIO n Tone ISiriHlngliniii Ala 00 Atlanta Cm 0 Mobile Ala 14 00 Macon Un N Itrunswlfik On M 00 Savannah Gut MM Jackson Miss 14 tNew Orleans fja 00 Jacksonville Fin 00 Sire ehmot t La IS 00 Houston Tex IS 00 Situ Antonio Pox IS 00 Correspondingly low rates to in torniodiato points Tickets good 21 days Trout ditto of stile with stopover privileges south of Somerset Ky For further particulars apply Depot Ticket A tOIl t or- S toI T HUTTON G P A f 7 This Coat Represents One Of Our J SILK COATS Made out of extra good Taffeta Silk Satin Lined I ONLY 1200 amiI andI Our Fall And Winter Stock Contain everything that is new and up date Dress Goods Silks Trimmings Velvets ife- cOUR LINE Of TailorMade Suits Skirts complete and our 1000 and 1200 CLOAKS exceptionallyI good Values WE WILLtAppreciate very much when you looking about come and Weitzel ODonnell PUBLIC SPEAKING Dr Ben h Brnnor of Hart county former Representative will address tho people of this city and county at tho courthouse on Monday night next October Ittth at oclock in behalf of the Re publican State ticket Dr Brunei is a popular gentle man and a good speaker Everybody is invited to hear him 80 E- uJOOOI Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 4O9415 Pearl Stroet New York Jioo till druggists Li l IrIij PROGRESS lIns always been the- wateli vo r d with us we 7tnkenpains in leetiu 0 U r goods feel certaimm our pr ice s are rig h ttt to in and Clonks are 500 750 are are to in see us i 1 so it Chemists Dud ir ROBBED THE GRAVE A startling incidont is nlrrntedIby 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 hook and sides no appetite growing weaker day by duty Tli roo physicians hud given me up Then I was advised to use Elec trio Bitters to my great joy first bottle made a decided mont I continued their use thoJthree weeks and am now a man I know they robbed grave of another victim11 No ono t fp0Istores GRAND LODGE OF FRETS MA SONS OF KY Louisville Ky Oct 2022 1003 jNIOAS 23dIBoars the OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Wo have several hundred old nowKapors for sale for cash Ap ply at this olllco HOMESEEKERS1 XCURSIONS4 limo first and third Tuesdays each month at approximately ofIrunes to sue tho magnificent of tho west and northwest and rapidlytripIhotraveled roads through tho west and northwest W M Shaw n 1 A Vino street Cincinnati Ohio Ma li W Wakoley Gonl PassrAgony St Louis Mo if Ji hr1l L t C I REMINDERS the- Signature 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 8100 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 I Frankfort Kentucky LATEST FASHION NOTES Long Cont of Black Taffeta This long coat of black taffeta iF lined to the waist with white taffeta nrd unlined from the waist down The three capo are nnlinod and are most effectively stitched with whito Uorticoli stitching silk The front can be left fly open or closed giving the garment a semitight ap pearance A handsomo finish is given to the fronts which are faced with four inch bands of taffeta cov ered with oroam tinted lacq A cord and tassel tied in a knot fin ishes the neck which has a stand ing collar which slopes down at tho front Capos on long coats are very smart just now double and often triple capes appearing just below tho velvet collar Those coats are very carefully fitted about the shoulders although for tho rest they seem somewhat shapeless The capos are often faced with silk sometimes white with black dots and sometimes a solid color with white dots Thoso coats aro often of white or of tan or of dark blue find aro very useful as well as smart MANAGER WANTED in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old es tablished wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary 2100 weoklyt with expenses addi tional paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Exp uses advanced and horse and carriage furnished whon necessary position permanent Address Sec rotary 000 Monon Building Chi cago Ill 44 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars of DO YOU WANT 10 YAWN Fool cold shivorings aching in tho bones lack of energy hoad ache amid great depression Thoso symptoms may be followed by vio lent headache high leer extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Hefbino euros it Take it before time disease gets a limit hold though It will work a euro in stage J A HoplduslIuwlwstor- an writes have used your great medioine JIorhinu for SOY oral roars Thoro is nothing hot tor for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness laid for a bloodpurifying tonic there is noth ing as good 50c at Paul H Vcit sets I t r Ltjij II W S FARMER II THE OCTOBER CRITERION A St Louis Exposition Number The October Criterion Is a special Worlds Fair number and is devoted chiefly to entertaining articles completely illustrated which treat of the vast scope of the St Louis Exposition The President of the Exposition Hon David R Fran chi gives a brief survey of the field iowlandwomen in close touch with them ExIposition By William Llewellyn Saunders Secretary to tho Business Mens League is a most interesting contribution In addition to these special features there aro many pertinent and helpful sugges tions as to the best means of travel lodgment in St Louis how to see the Fair with a viow to economy of strength as well as of purse and on other practical matters Portraits of the leading Officials Buildings and Sculpture render this issuo most attractive and valuable Aside from the purely Exposi itonal features there area goodly number of excellent short stories and poems by familiar authors and tho usual quota of current hook re views The cover a handsome design in colors symbolic of Prog ClayTHE1 ION CO 150 Fifth Ave New York City One Dollar a Year 10 Cents a Copy For Sale by all Newsdealers A GREAT SENSATION There was a big sensation in Lees vllle mud when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery have mo immediate relief and soon thoroaf ter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and Grip aro numerous Its the peerless reme dy for all throat and mu Price f 0c and 100 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free ATTENDED IN A BODY Capital Lodge No 0 1 0 O F attended service at tho First Baptist Church in the courthouse on Sunday morning last in a body Rev M H Adams tho eloquent and able young pastor delivered a sermon appropriate to tho occasion his theme being Friendship Love and Truth in which lie forcibly and earnestly commended the work of that noble order but onforced tho truth that all human excellence fell short of its highest result tin loss dominated by humble faith and re liance upon the Savior of the world DIETING INVITES TNSKASK inligestiomiit proIduols tottumbles till stomach and digestive Organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food thai ono sales to oat hill is a ii ever failing euro for indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol di gests what you oat makes the stomach sweet Sold bv J W Gayie FOR SALE A firstclass banjo with case for sale uncap Apply at this otllco 41tlI y r 1 BEST PRICES GOODS TREATMENT 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 ifnt anytime you get anything hero which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll frankfort Ky We Have On Hand For THE SEASON Great Variety Fine Whiskeys Spring Hill Old Taylor Old Crow 0 F C- Hermitage If you wish to send a friend something good call and see us Also Rudolph Bauer Candies Fruits Nuts and everything good to eat in the can goods line You are invited to cull and we will show you all our fine goods whether you buy or not JMSAFFELL SON 212 ANN ST FRENCH LICK AND WEST BADEN SPRINGS In tho highlands of Indiana a two hour ride fromILouisville there Mow wonderful healing waters that youdjspend hundreds of dollars to enjoy if they were in EuropeA visitor from Philadelphia who formerly wenb to Carlsbad every year said 4M do nut see why anyone goes to Europe for lilt dll11111 waters Tho wsiter is as lienoficial and the see no ry and surround ing country time nirand tho opportunities for recrea dull are hotter the lintels mid accommodations are much liner at French LickWest Uaden Springs und this gentleman is a native of Switzerland Tills wnmlitl Mils with tin cool Invigorating nil ut tlMsti highland wlitiv mv run oiijoy ramble in the depths of tin fonst ur rides iinil drive an unit tin planrefurdid sad casinos one run have all tlir rnriTtainn cut mad PURSUITS possible at tin most fasliionaMi ivsorts OnT MONON ROUTE For booklet tolling all al ntt th waters hotel Mitts and full infnrinntinn write E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Main Frankfort KentuckyJ l u arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu ahorsecents per pnckngejFor sale by J V Gayle and LeCompte Gayle FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at rAHONEYSId 0 TIME TABLE uno NORTH XO2J INa TIcPM it 8201620IralUort No lU PM A 1600Ehelb7vlllc L atkstSidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases MEASIERTwo doses give relief and one box wil euro any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emission Weak and irregulevitiesboth men women Sold at 10 cents per box on the No Curt No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFranLfort Ky May 2ly A PERFECT PAINLESS PILL IIis the ono that will cleanse tho sy s set time liver to action remove bile clear tho complexion oure headache and loavo a good taste in pillstogeffectually mite OoWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette lid says All other pills I have used gripe uiul sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by W Ga- yleI767283 AVas the amount we paid last year for salaries Practically all of this enormous amount was spout illIFrankfort What are you doing to help sus tai1a business which does so much to make our city prosperous j usalourthrough dealers IJ E m nulling GO u H f 100 f I i RELIGIOUS= ASCENSION EPISCOPALC- HURCHRev A B Chinn Redi 301pheld in the mon 11 a m chapelI780 p m AUdress Wednesday 730 p m In the chapel Short Evening Prayer and address Friday 780 p m In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and dis ousson of the lesson fur following Sunday Seats free and public cordially Invited CHUHCHIRWill preach at II n m and 780 p courthoueP 080 a m in r the courthouse Prayermeeting on Thursday at 730 oclock in the Sun dayschool room of tho First Pros ChurchFcordially invited tot attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsio the Pastor will preach at 11 a m At 780 p m the service will be conducted by the Christian En deavor Society who will observe Forefathers Day An and appropriate program elaborateI preparedSundayschool at 930 a chapel The Junior Endeavor Society will i meet in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon t Prayermeeting Wednesday oven leg at 745 in the chapel Topic Beams and Motes The public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially Btrangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780- Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McCluskv Blayney D D the Pastor will preach at 11 a and 780 p m at 945 a in Prayermeeting Wednesday at 730 p m The public is cordially invited to attendJRey1 METHODIST CHURCH C J Nugent the Pastor will I preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock j Visitors cordially invited 1 f r CHURCH SOUTHERN Rev PRESBYIERIANI Pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p l mIYoung Peoples Society at 080 Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 The public cdrdially invited to attendIr rangements kayo about Icon com pleted for tho protracted meeting to beheld at the Methodist Church The mooting will commence on Friday night October 23 Rev Chas B Strouse of Salem VII a talented and eloquent preacher will do the preaching Rev J W splemididhere and is organizing a choir to lead the singing Rev C J Nugent tho pastor in charge earnestly requests time co operation of all tho pastors nml Christian people of tho city in this r CO N ESTWATCHFOR r oi or I U JLs AT SCHOOL TEACHER I IN FRANKLIN COUNTY BEGINNING SATURDAY I SEPT I2TH And Continuing Until N W YEARS DAY 1904 I For EacH 100 Purchased Fri Us You Will Be smitten To One rVote CONDITIONS Teachers must be in charge of a school at some time during the contest and school must be in Franklin countyoThe ballots will be deposited in a regula ballot box The key to the box will be given to Mr Eugene Hoge at State National Bank and shall not be out of his possession until contest is over when box will be opened and vote counted The winner can exchange the watch at M A Selberts for any other at the same price CRUTCH R S IMP SON J good work Everybody invited to attend 2 Roy J W Hypes who is the musical director for the revival at the Methodist Church is holding meetings twice u day preliminary to tho conning of Dr Strouse who will be here in a few days The public cordially invited to attend THE FOIrR COHANS The Four Cohans everlasting musical comedy success The Gov errors Son by George M Cohan under the direction of Mr Fred Nihln will be seen at Capital Theatre Friday Oct 23d Few musical comedies have ever made Govtthe comedy now has an equal on tho boards As far as fun and mu sic is concerned it can not be out done It is one continuous laugh dotted with the brightest and most tuneful of musical gems The in termissions between the acts servo as restorative of your breathing ca pacity The special cast engaged is very strong and includes some bright Jightsof the musical comedy stage The chorus can be praised as long as you desire and not be overdone The girls can sing and dance and are pretty and perfectly drilled The scenery is very grand and the costumes and gowns mag nificent CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW Florists are most cordially asked to enter the Florist contest for the best collection of plants The prize of flvo dollars has been increased to ten tho Kings Daughters offer ing five It will also prove a most admirable advertising medium Do not forget the datds the 4th 5th and 6th of November If further information is dished address Miss Mary E Harrison Odors At TheirBest ARE THREETHINGS ox our Stock perfumerschoicest odors and we at tend to keeping our stock freshBut there is still onothor reason for your coming here for perfumes We take pleasure in selling perfumes possibleat least may mean a con siderable saving for you Agents for Richard Hudnnts Perfumes and Toilet Requisites GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE- Cor Ann and Broadway HARVIELAND Irhis place seems itself once more Fighting has about ceased and you can seo the boys out with their dogs and guns and hear them shooting in all directions hallooing here he goes here sick him catch him why dont you shoot him and the old sorghum mills screech ling as though there was not any soap in the country to grease them but weve all got lasses Wo are glad to see that Mr John Sutcr is paying his best respects to our turnpikes once more for we would soon have had them put in the lost strayed or stolen column EmIineltcewith friends and relatives at this place Mrs Almus Polsgrove and Mrs Charles McQueen aro spending a few days with friends on Stoney Creek Mr John Duvall of Bethel is spending a few days with his cousin Mr John Duvall of this place who has been quito ill for some time Mrs J B Hamilton and son of Bridgeport spent a few lays with her sister Mrs M P Marshall recently spentSundayliam and wife r Mr Dudley Pulliam is moving to Frankfort So our loss is others gain Mr M F Semones while searching for gold was so unfortunate as to fall over a log and fracture sev eral ribs protractedChurch and it is largely attended There is much good being done EVERYBODYS FRiEND COUNTY CLERK IWe are authorized to Announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the notion of the Democratic primary 62 te THE TWO JOHNS A great deal of interest has been shown by our theatregoers in tho merryIto on next Monday night Oct 19th In this day of so many melo dramas it is a relief to go and see a good clean comedy It has not been seen here for a long while but it is well remembered by those who have soon it Judging from tho cast a good company has been engaged to present same and if the musical numbers are as good as the management claim it should bo a most desirable evenings entertain mont limo company includes such well known laughprovokers as Edward Begley Bert Cannon Harry J Kooper Chas A Boyd Horman- Steillman Roger and Bollo Dolan Frankie Trumbo Edna Burnett Cara Keller Irene Carlisle and many others FoI SALE IA very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot KentuckyIWill be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf Furniture Carpets Our Beautiful Line of Room Size AXMINSTFR RUGS IS UNEXCELLED R Rogers Sons FRANKFORT YyPicture Frames Mattings KodolDyspepsiaYou might as put under a boiler without burning it and C expecttoto live and when you cannot digest your food KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURB will do itfor you with no aid whatever from the stomach Itcontalns exactly the same elements as Natures digestive fluids and cant help but produce the same results David Taylor Blind Ridge Pawrltes been afflicted for a number of years with dyspepsia and hays tried various remedies without good results but was cured by ono bottle of KODOL DYSPEPSIA CunEoI cannot say too much in its favor goodPrepared sizeroWhen you need a soothing and healing application for piles anddiseases use DeWfttt Witch Hazel SALVE Beware of counterfeits FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE WORMS WHITES For ZO Years Has Ltd all Wcrm Pitmedies PAUL B Cor St Clair HE A REAL TRUTH It is Raid of John Wesley that he thing over and over again John Wesley because once tolling is not enough It is for this sound rca son that you are told again and it any tendency of those diseases to result in and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all THE SALVE THAT HEALS without leaving a scnr is DoWitts mho iiamo Witch Hazel is applied to mutiny salvos but DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is tho only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains tho pure witch hazel If any otlur Witch Hazel Salvo is offered you it is a E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salvo and DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo is tho host salvo in the world for cuts burns bruises totter or blind blooding itching and pro truding piles Sold hJ W Oitlyu Only quo remedy in the world that will at once stop itchinoss of tho skin in any part of the body Doan s Ointment At any drug storo cents J Eat f Most la Quantity Best in Quality EGd1tANTEED I J5EftparWEITZEL Broadway LEARNED Whydo CoughRemedycounteracts pneumonia drugigsts unadulterated counterfeit Digestswhat Cure CREA- MVERMIFUCEI TREES FALL 1903 Trees by the MilliontFruit and Vines Small Fruits Evergreens and everything Rhubarb AsparaguslLawn and Garden but best prices Catalogue on application to HIF Killenmeyer S Sons t Lexington Ky- BOTH PHONESI43m cutstRJmlinsdrugstoreFOR SALE limo most dosirablo small farm near Frankfort 1wo miles out on Louisville pike Good soil well watered plenty of fruit Houso buildingshmunparticulars apply to JW LEE CRUTOHER 21 m Incrcoflthbuncb THE TWO JOHNS On next Monday October 19 at the Capital Theatre we are to have A revival of that very funny musical farce The Two Johns by J produoedthisand most successful on tho road aud undoubtedly those who have seen it will want to see it again be cause it has always boon clean and witty and not full of those vulgar prodominateinThe different characters from the two fat cousins down to the policeman are all funny and plenty singingThis comedy has been continu ally presented for ten years in this county and has toured England and Europe for tho past ten years and now returns to us for another tour There certainly must be merit in a have such a continuousPIalto SPECIAL REGISTRATION DAYS Under tho State law there will be three days of next week in which those who have not registered can attend at the county court clerks office and do so provided they can show tho following circumstances 1st That they were out of tho city during tho hours of registra tion on the regular day 2d That sonic member of their family was sick and required their Attention3d there was a death in their families which prevented their attendance The special days will be Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 20th 27th and 28th 02w ANCIENT TORTURE How it has Been Revived in Modern Times An ancient method of poisoning criminals was to force them to swal low large quantities of bulls blood Bulls blood is really no poison at all I 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 actually displace other organs Many cases of supposed heart disease are duo to indigestion Tho ressure the lungs interferes with breathing A dis ordered stomach effects thewhole body By the use of such a preparation s Kodol Dyspepsia Cure all this trouble is removed Before food can be assimilated into the system it must be re dut ed to proper condition by the digestive 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 sUfficiency 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 j it rests the stomach This rest soon restores the stomach to perfect health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure helps the children too Weak and sickly little ones thrive on it It never fails During the last few years my stom ach was in such condition that I couldnt retain the food 1 ate writes Henry Williams of noon 110 Mo Two months ago I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A few bottles have cured me entirely 1 can now eat and enjoy anything I want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Cures all Stomach Troubles Prepared only by K C DiiWirrt Co OlileaRO Tho ott1o rotitains syt times sizeI ONE MINUTE cough Cure Cures quickly Thats what itsnuulo for sa For sale hyrr Guylo drug gist FTNAL RESULT OF FOR KINGS A HOSPITAL CANVASSI The canvassing of theelty by the Kings Daughters for the now hos pltal building fund has boen com pleted The amount of money raised sincn the new hospital movement was started aggregates fH r 40f7 Out of this amount fSOO has been paid for a lot leaving 271057 in the building fund About M000 rn niains to ho raised und it is hoped that through contributions yet to be oracle and from tho proceeds of entertainment the deficit will soon bo met Many people have not beon hoard from but the following is a complete list of subscriptions received up to the present timo Further donations may be sent to Mrs John W Milain Treasurer New Hospital Committee German Ben Society 5000 Cash 1000 Mrs Catherine Thom 2500 Lucas Brodhoad 1000 Kings Daughters Duos 8340 Mrs A J Alexander 20000 Mrs C C Calhoun 5000 Capt B C Mllam 5000 Miss Annie Crutcher 1000 Circle at Forks of Elkhorn 10000 Mrs M W Tarloton 50 00 Elks 2500 Dr J S Coleman 2500 Dr H S Kollar 2500 Rev M B Adams 1000 Chapter No 3 Masons 500 Receipts from Entertain ments 219G2 Mrs Charles W SalFell 100 Hiram Lodge No4 Masons JOIK Mrs James H Graham 1000 E L Samuel 10000 Col David G Colson 755 August Webber 1500 Miss Westfeldt 2500 T J Congloton Bro 5000 Geo T Stagg Co 5000 1 Davis 1000 Cash lOo R B Jillson 500 Gibbs White 250 Ben Keenon 500 David Nicol 1000 R K MoClure Son 2500 George H Stehlin 500 George L Payne 1000 M Morris 100 H T Wash 100 Mrs Railey 100 V Berberich 500 Gee H Allen 20000 Cash 500 Weitzel ODonnell 1000 McKee Hi rdlo 500 Henry Ringold 500 Cash 500 Cash 100 C E Collins 500 Dr A J Krimm 500 George A Lewis 500 Cash 100 Rupert Grocery Co 1000- J S Darnell 500 Y D Mangan ioo Cash 50 Cash 100 M J Meagher Co 500 Mss N A Newman 200 John W Gayle 200 Cecil Farmer 250 Frank H Hair 500 W P Scott 500 A W Overtoil per month 100 Guy Barrett 1000 W H Averill 1000 H G Mattorn 100 L A Trumbo 100 Mrs F V Kaltonbrun 1500 John S Cannon 500 Fayetto Hewitt 2000- J H Cassell 200 iooDickDr J A Posey moo P C Sower Co 500 2500WM Ehvangor 250 George B Salender 250 Cash 10000 rash 2000 Howard Johnson 500 Cash 100 Dr C A Fish 500 Mrs Egbort C Stephens 500 Howard Noonan 500 Leopold Labrot 2500 D E E Hume 2500 C Kagin Bro 1000 Grant L Roberts 500 W G Chapman WOO R Rogers Sons 5000 Wash Crutcher 200 Mrs Wash Crutcher 300 Frank G Stagg 2500 O N Smith Co 1000 W J Scottow 250 E Sorg 800 J W Watson 50 Cash 50 Capital Hotel 2500 rash 500 Cash 500 Tom Hall 500 Mr Cassidy ioo Cash 200 Ira Julian lOU Wm Cromwelf 500 S Luschor 500 W C Marshall 200 J A Scott 500 B G Williams 500 rush IOO- J W Rodman 1000 W H Poe fiOi E M Wallace 2X Bowen Henry 200 John Brady ioo Mrs i1 H Ryan 500 W L Crutchur 200 E H Taylor Jr Sons Saml E Mutton 500 rooIM A Jonos 300 G W Rcock Co 500 James ODonnell 100 J Rosonstein 100 Clobber Lutkomeir 500 Cash Jacob Rosenstoin 100- J1 Hrishvn 10HO Paul H Woityol 50U- It T Rogers 100 P Drcyor 200 Miss C H Reynold 25QO- Colpinaii MuKcovor 1000 i11r1 11 VanDfrveor 500 r Co 25 Ou Jeorgc Snloiuier 5UO Mrs M h Carmody lOU- D M CoKlno 100 11IHH1owo1 100 W G Woitel 2CO- Tilford cc By water 500 Nevill Collins 500 Mrs Prno H Rodman 100 J W Gaylo 1000 LoCompto Gaylo Co 1000 Richard Morris 1000 Mrs Oeorgin lJo Hendrick 10000 Crutcher Simpson 2500 W A Gaines Co 30000 Forks of Elkhorn Circle 10000 R W Dohonoy 1000 S D Johnson 1000- J A Sullivan 250 Mr Rosenstein 100 G C Shaw 500 P H Newman 200 A Gum 100 Mrs D O Robinson 500 Charles Newton 200 Robert Craik 800 J H Graham 2500 Noel Maginnis 500 Cash 20000 Knights of Pythias 3500 Dr J H Lenoard 500 Cash 100 Mr Stono of Scott County 2500 G L Hannen 1000 Miss Shortage 200 H Stedman 500 Albert Hockensmith 1000 Guy Briggs 10 00 J S Weathers 300 Mrs R P Pepper 1000 Frankfort Ice Co 1000 Hoge Coal Feed Co 500 Robert A Brawner 200 R M Aldridge 1000 Mrs L C Norman 500 Frank Nickel 500 Bowman Gaines 500 James Sullivan 500 Cash 1000 Frankfort Shoo Co 10000 R P Thompson 500 Cash 10 0 W D Roy 1500 Cash 500 Cash 1000 Henry M Craik 500 Miss Jennie Craik 500 Miss Lucy Pattie 500 Cash 200 M R Todd 300 T H Crockett 500 Cash 200 Hammond Co 1000 Cash 300 Mrs Will M Saffell 100 Miss Todd Saffell 100 Russell Hughes 500 J B D W Lindsay 2500 Mrs W J Hughes 500 Dr J G South 2500- J R Thompson 1500 D L Kennedy 200 J P Hanley 250 Charles Whitehead 500 Cash 500 Cash 100 Dr O B Demaree 1000 Cash 100 Dr V A Kaltenbrun 1500 Dr J S Doinaree 500 Total jatfu Dr U V Williams will furnish- a room in Hospital Dr Flora Mastin will furnish a room in Hospital Dr J A Posoy will furnish a room hi Hospital OASTOaraBears Sfgnnturo of A For a pleasant physic take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists TAMING OF THE SHREW s have stoodShakespearosIla and yet when comparisons are made some of the efforts of the Master Playwright are judged to be much better than others A mon his lighter works it is the general opinion that Tho Taming of the Shrew is entitled to first petition This sparkling pioce is almost tho only one of Shakespeares comedies with a regular plot and a downright moral It is full of bustle anima tion and rapidity of action Petru chio is a mad man in his senses very honest follow who hardly speaks a word of truth and succeed lug in all his tricks and impostures Tim situation of poor Katherine worn out by his incessant persecu tions becomes at last almost as piti abln as it is ludicrous Tho learned critics say that Potruchio is a char actor which all husbands should study Bo that as it may The Taming of tho Shrove is undoubt edly viewed from many standpoints as splendid object lesson in matrimony The comedy should bo soon not only by those who have entered tho bonds of wedlock but also by those who contemplate taking that most important stop Charles B HanfnrU tho wellknown Shakos pearoan star is presenting the play this season Ho will appear as Petruchio a role admirably suited to his taloits The shrewish Kath arine will ho portrayed by Miss Mario Drofnah an accomplished actress whoso interpretations of the various roles entrusted to her carohas Over boon a source of de light to a host of friends At Capital Thoatro Saturday Oct 17 1CHAS B HANFORD Wives Sometimes ObjectT- o Life Assurance Widows never do Young MenSo- metimes fail to provide for old age until too late Have You- A family or business to protect If NotYou 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 World Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY shall be pleased to call on you Two Houses and Lots A- TCommissioners Sale FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT T B FORD Administrator ELLIOTT FORD c IB In Equity Y VIRTUE OF THE JUDGMENT REN- dered in tho above cause nt September term I will sell nt public sale to the high est nnd best bidder o- nNOVEMBER 2 1903 At the courthouse door In tho city of Frankfort lJOtyMn the louts of oclock n in and oc1O p in on u credit of and months In equal installments tho following property 1st certnln housu Rod lot nitun tod front tog ou thu west side of Conway street III South Frankfort Ky was conveyed to the testator by Mrs Sarah Crockett by deeti dated April recorded in the Franklin County Court OlorkH office in Deed Book No page find moro particularly bounded tutu lescribed us at a point on the west std of Conwny street at the north east corner of the lot of Mrs Mary E Iroukctt thence north with tho WIt side of Conway street feet to tho lice of Henry H Roberts thence at right angles west and with said Rob erta line feet to tho property which formerly belonged to Tub deceased thence at right anglos feet thence nt right angles feet to the beginning ai That certain tract of land situated in Bridgeport Franklin county Ky which was conveyed to the testntor by Alice coins und her l by deed dated January recorded in tho Franklin County Court Clerks otlice in Deed Book page t1 eon acres moro or less and bounded and described as follows towit Bounded on the north by the Louisville S Frankfurt Turn Ike Road on the west by the property of Claude Sargent on the south by tho of R D Armstrong and on the east oy the properties of Fnvnklin Morris nnd Fred Arm strong sand two parcels of mint are each indivisible without impairing their value Purchaser to give bond good and suill dent surety bearing Interest treat date to have the force and effect of a replevin bond A lien will lie reserved on tho property sold un til oil the purchase money pait- lw H POSEY 63t Muster Commissioner A CURE Ion DYSPEPSIA had Dyspepsia in its worst form and folt misorablo most all tho time Did not enjoy eating until after usud Kodol Dyspepsia Curo which has completely cured etcfirs W W Saylor Milliard Pa iso appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bud breath sour risings indigestion dyspepsia tool all stomach troubles are quick ly cured by the use of Kodol Ko del represents the natural juices o digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties It cleanses purifies land sweetens tho stomach Sold r Gayle STRONG TESTIMONY andiIf you doubt tho following and wish to investigate you havent to go to some other State in the Union to prove it Its not a long story published in Frankfort newspapers about a resident in Kalamazoo Viet or Tampa Fla Its a resident of Frankfort told in his own words No proof can be hind aboutjJ P Taylor of 804 carpenter by trade now says For nigh on to thirt years was subject to pain and weak ness in my back The trouble Iknow canto from my kidneys especially from the loft one this being tho most affected Some times I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take mo in my loft side so as to nearly cause mo to fall A weak ness of tho kidney secretions was very annoying especially nt night and it disturbed my rost For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all practically failed to give tho prom isod and expected benefit It is the recollection of these very facts which make me so appreciate the remedy 1t hiuh also a If or clod me a genuine and lasting benefit I refer to Doans Kidney Pills which were Gayleadrugcause of the trouble and removed it will always recommend Doans Kidnov Pills to my friends as a remedy that can be depended upon For sale bynil dealers Price 50 conts FostorMilburn Co Buffalo X Y sole agents for tho United Srates Remember the name Downs and take no other WANTED 10 BORROW a500 OR 4000 With good real estate a farm u Franklin ecuiityas security Address this olllce 1Sept cchWANTEDA trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to man ago business fur an old established house of solid financial standing salaryyfwith all expenses direct from heath quarters llonuw advanced for ex penses Enclose addressed envel BldgChlungo k INCHESTED J RIFLE AND PISTO- LCARTRIDGES JtIts the shots that hit that count Winches ter Rifle and Pistol Cartridges hit that is shoot accurately and strike a good hard pen greatcaresuitable for all kinds of game from rabbits to grizzly bears If you want reliable ammu nition buy the timetried Winchester make FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERSP LOUISVILLE HERALD GUESS ING CONTEST iIIBut a few lays remain In which IJouisvilletSDc secures the Weekly Herald one year and ono gnossIThe question Is How Many Votes Will the Next Governor ro colves First prim is 4OOO flle your remittanoa to this oll1le or send It to the Hlmld direct to Do IOL1LfTafflg IAt i I HBW StOIC r Tue BDlD08 Wo will save gou From 35e to 500- on evgI11tMI1 gou Dug of like Bazaar store i SHMUEL RODDE PRPORIETOR LATEST FASHION NOTES Charming Neglige of Peau Do Soie Every woman appreciates a pretty nogligo and nothing could he more oharming titan this creation of pean do sole trimmed with heavy gomi pure lace in the now champagne tint The front is monsselino do so e shirred over heavy cords at intervals The nook is round not very low The fronts of the neglige nre loose and fall away from the sides where they are tacked at the tinder arms seams The plait in the back falls from the reek and is embellished with an elaborate design of lace The sleeves are atIcull of penn do sole The modes C1WUlIrose material to use for such a garment is crepe de chine or poan do soio which combined with the use of Corticelli sewing silk will invariably result in t dainty little neglige foripoppies being quite the thing A black tulle hat worn well hack on the head has for its principal trim ming two very largo spread white wings A hat of fancy straw for young girls may be bound with velvet and have a largo white porn pon on one side The turban is very popular the brim often being covered with flowers and sometimes being left plain or with a stiff wing on the side DO GOOD IT PAYS thatGoodt estate deeds some of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently helpinhandby it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help Tore are persons truthfully r up A few loses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use gistsIknowmany a time Sold by all dru LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALIFORNIA From September 15 until Novem ber 80 1903 the Burlington makes very low oneway aoionist rates to WashingtonIdahofrom 25 to 40 per cent from the reg ular ratesTHE WAY TO GO The Burlington with its strong main find free chair cars best roaches the West and Northwest via Denver Billings or St Paul The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific throughtrainsleepers via Billings Montana to Puget and intermediate pointsTO CALIFORNIA The Burlingtons weekly personally conducted California excur sions in through tourist sleepers are Just the thing for coast tourists and settlers The route is Denver Seenio Colorado and Salt Lake HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS These are run the first and third trip npproxillHtol It will bo a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to anyinquiriesL AKEIJEY- Gen I AgentSt Mo W M SHAW D P A 45 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio 800 TO CHICAGO AND RE TURN MONOX ROUTE The Morion Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at 800 on September 25th and 8th limited returning to October 2nd account of the Chicago Con tennial September 2fith to 1st Trains leave OtoberI Monon Route from Union 10th and Broadwa at 730 amand S p m comprising the highest grade of modern equipment in coaches diningcars parlor cars and Pullman Drawingroom Sleep ers Full information promptly fur nished by addressing E H BA CON D P A Motion Route Lou isville Ky A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers Extinct of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery diarrhoea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Acts promptlyIINTERSTATE MISSISSIPPI IM PROVEMENT AND LEVEL ASSOCIATION Now Orleans La Oct 27th 1908 For tho above occasion the L N R R will sell tickets to Now Orleans on Out 25th and title for one fare plus 23 cents for tho round trip 1Lunite1 to Oct 30th ECONaAMERICAN HISTORI CAL ASSOOIAI New Orleans La Dee 28th to Jan 1st For the above occasion the L N R R will sell tickets to New Orleans on Doc Sfith to 27th 1003 for one faro plus 25 cents for the round trip Limited to Jan 6th 1904 KooDDigests what you eatIIt artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon the exhausted digestive or gilnsltfstholatestdiscovereddigest out and tonic can approach It in elliciency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion Price and fl Large size contains 2H times small slle Book all about dyspepsiamu Ilodfree CplcaDag OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky t I H YbwAWomai IeJs1 Depresse Gbsa frequent headacboe a bad cZae of gonefeelingmshady Its the LiverDont Oil to get today at your HERBINEKIdneysand YoullIDRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Glair Broadway WINTERS COMING CAR- RYGRATBS FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS OF IZARrnVARJB PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STfGG210 Ann Street Frankfar Ky New Fast Tr- ailscokdo TO r UTAH IITHE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho now trains will leave St Louis a in daily The ovtiilnir trains to sumo pointy 1010 m cliiily Double dully service Throughslceptng enr service for SanFraii isco Excursion tickets now on salt For further information fall on or address R TGMATTHEWS Tray Pass Art Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gun Pass Ticket Atft St Louis Mo hnu robi IU2Yb Ic BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION FTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars P lace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P A A n Cor 4th and Market SU Irfraterill genuineLaxativethe remedy that euros a cold In one day 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 house of seven rooms with cellar garret is offered for sale at a andI The farm is located near Farmdale and HosterIterapply at this officeI l MORPHINE Why Remain a 81WIIU You Inu He Cured at Home p pnil1i drnghlhltlug instructions Our treatment is very simple and can bo tiikeu with out till knowledge or assistance of other persons We do not detain cnssrlutan experienced specialist Belief is immediate Appetite is restored t once tutu sleep becomes normal at the beginning of the treatment restore tho nervous and phy sical systems to tlioir natural conditions because wo remove the causes of the disease rKRAN A TEN PENNY NAIL THROUGH HIS HANDI While opening a box JC Mount of Three Mllo Kny N Y ran aten penny nail througl tho iloshy part of his hand thought atonce of all the pain and soreness this would cause me ho says and immediately applied Chan berlains Pain llnlm und occasion ally afterwards To my surprise itremoved all pain rued soreness and tho injured parts wore soon honied1 For sale by all drmrirists MAKES A UIJj AU SWEEP Thorns nothing liko doing a thing thoroughly Of all tho Salves Arilict away loud cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2oo satisfactioniREDUCED RATES TO LEXINGTON On account of Horsebreoders Trot ting Association meeting at Lex i ington Oct Oth to 17th inclusive the L d N Railroad will sell tick tripDatestrain of Oct 17th inclusive limited to October 18th A THOUGHTFUL MANN M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in tho hour of need His wife had such an un usual cnso of stomach and liver trouble physicians coud not help her Ho thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists 60 YEARS by s DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention probably pntentnble Communica tions BtrlctlyconUUentlnl on Patents patents1atonwrpfclal notice without charge iu tho Scientific Httterican handsomely illustrated weekly Tnnrcst cir culation of any sclontlUo Journal Terms 13 ayear four months lL byull newsdealer MUNN Branch 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