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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t TilE FRANKFORT ROUND ftEOUT Jamo A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance t VOL XXYfL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 31 1903 NCi S WHAT YOUR MONEY = McCLURESWILL BUY YOU AT ZI WE BELIEVE THAT MONEY GOES FURTHER BUYS MORE HERE THAN ANY WHERE ELSE BELOW YOU WILL FIND SOME THINGS THAT ARE BARGAINS BOTH BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN THE ORDINARY KIND MORE OVER YOU MAY BUY HERE UNDER THE McCLURE WAY OF DOING BUSINESSYOU ARE NEVER URGED TO BUYs WHAT YOU DO NOT WISH AND IF YOU DONT LIKE YOUR PURCHASES WHEN YOU GET HOME YOUR IS CHEERFULLY RETURNED ON THEIR RETURN TRY US THIS FALL ON YOUR HEAVY GOODS i iTHEBEST 200 HIGH MENS SHOE This shoe is made of selected veal with two full soles and tap solid leather insole and j tholinesthan any other shoe we ever saw at this price THE BEST MENS 200 BOOT This is the best split boot made in this country and retailed for 200 It will come directfrommore than we sell it for THE BEST MENS 250 KIP BOOT Here is another boot that we are selling for 5c under price We doubt if there is backboot0THE BEST 200 SEAMLESS SHOE ripinextra good soles and is a shoe that you can not equal elsewhere for less than 225 THE BEST BOYS 160 SEAMLESS SHOE You know what it takes to stand a boy in the mud Here is a shoe that will do it protectedwhere THE BEST BOYS 225 HIGH SHOE This is just the best boys shoe that we ever saw It has bettor upper leather better sole leather and is made better iu every way Try a pair on your boy this winter and see THE BEST 150 WOMENS HEAVY SHOE willfis and is absolutety the best womans heavy weight shoe we know anything aboutIf THE BEST GIRLS 100 AND 125 SHOES TheyareIr THE BEST 750 SUITS AND OVERCOATS Twoit50VTHE BEST 10 AND 12 SUITS AND OVERCOATS Suits and overcoats at this price are remarkable for their appearance fit and wearing qualities THE BEST 350 CORDUROY PANTS The famous Nowburgh pants which we sell at this price have no equal anywhere A positive guarantee goes with every pair THE BEST 50c UNDERWEAR t Wo have purchased this fall a case of regular 75c underwear leece linedat a price which enables us to sell it at 50c a garment as long as it lasts Buy there will be no more of it after this case is gone so come quick THE BEST 1 JEANS PANTS Ours are guaranteed not to rip and the jeans in them is goodwill wear you as long as you want them to THE BEST 35c SHIRTS madrasthedistinctly under price withthornworth ti IL K McCLURE OEj212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRA tktf iIf j tIt ii UYe ijffitsir JI t iil i tb ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE On Saturday lust an attempt was made to assassinate Mr Win Kissinger manager of the lead winos near S witor Ho was fired upon from ambush hot luckily escaped injury Again on Sunday an at tempt was nude to poison him It is about tune tho dastards who committing these outrages 10 brought to book EXTENDED NE TIME At a called meeting of the City Council held on Wednesday morn ing the time in which the street railroad company was required to commence operations was extended from November ith to January 1st NEW DPUG COMPANY 1mrIdrug store of Dr S Holmes corner of Main and St Clair streets and have taken pos session This is one of the best stands in till city und has always commanded a largo trade The names of the members of the comI pant have nut been given out as yet Dr Frank W Keyes is in charge at present DISSOLVED IIhe big grocery firm of Saffell Son been dissolved Mr las If Salfell retiring and sir has W Satfell continuing the business Old mother Nature has never been improved upon sometimes she needs a little assistance over hard places though lint when ve assist her the nearer we keep to her own methods and pt ocr sr 5 time better Sometimes the digestive organs need help we have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work in tilt stomach hence the best help to digestion is pepsin Tho pleasantest anti most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in Waltliors Peptonied Port ruin sold by T W Gayle Frankfort Ky in that forum The port is itself a valuable tunic Small size r 0 cents largo size 100 PASSES HOOno MARK During tho past week the fund being raised by time Kentucky Ex hibit Association for time erection of the Kentucky Building and display of the State s products and re sources at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis next year climbed to 81000 The latest sub scriptions include several contribu tions from banks in different parts of the State breweis the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co and business inns and corporations generally The Madison Fiscal Court apporpriated 20 to supple ment a very handsome private sub lrlptloll list raised in and around Richmond while the Fayette Fiscal Court HididHOO to the 2200 from individual sources in Lexing ton Hammond Co Wilkinson St Kyrtf ijL iIrprI 1i f New I Dress You should see what wo are showing before you go elsewhere to buy that NEW DRESSp have pleased a great number of ladies with our goods and boJlieve wo can please you too Venetians 52 inches wide Venetian Cloth line quality worth jjilLo Only per y- dDroadcloths f2 inches Wile Broadcloth in mill the tylih shades extra nice quality only per yd Cheviots 42 inches wide Cheviot extra heavy regular GO cents quality only 50c per yd Zibelines 8s inches wide Zibelines in all the best shades a beautiful finished cloth A bargain at 50c per yd Fancy Suitings 80 inches wide Fancy Suit ings suitable for Skirts and Suits only 50c per yd Call and see our line We have many other good values to show you but have not time space to mention here GKaginBro jCIairjride ROBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows was in an awful condi tim My skin was almost yellow eves sunken tongue coated pain continually in hall and sides no appetite rowing weaker duty by tiny Three physicians had given too up Then I was advised to use Bloc trio Hitters to my great joy time firit bottle made a decided improve uncut jontiuned their use for three weeks and am now a well man know they robbed the grave of another victim No ono should full to try them Only tugstores oA S rzr C Eo JABears thocL1 ucl 14o- r ry Capital Steam Laundry guaranteed a homo enterprise Worki frr t t vMiv By Special Request of Prof Frogge end some of the most scientific men of this city this wonderful invention will be on exhibition one week moreI THE MOST- WONDERFUL CLOCK ON EARTH Xow on public exhibition in thp room of Col John L Scotty ST CLAIR SUEAR MAIN This city told will remain for a SHOUT TIME ONLY PERSONAL Miss Laura Starling has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Rev H C Morrison of Louisville visited friends here this week Hon W C Byron of ville was in the city this BrooksI Mr T Hiter Crockett Versailles on Tuesday Mr Lucien Burnam visited tfriends in Lexington on Sunday Dr W Godfrey Hunter was in tho city on Monday Mrs O N Smith left Tuesday for Cincinnati to visit relatives Mrs Sam D Johnson visited friends in Lexington on Saturday Mr D C Edwards of London was in the city on Monday Mr Jas F Meek of St Louis- Mo was a visitor here this week Miss Pattie Thomas has returned from a visit to Louisville Hon J B White of Winchester was in the city on Tuesday Mr Sam D Johnson went to Lex ington on Tuesday night Mr George Schenkle went to Cin cinnati on Thursday 0Miss Ada Jouett is visiting vela tives in Owen county Mss Thos Rodman of Chicago Ills is visiting her parents Judge I N Crutcher and wife West Side Mr Landon P Jouett left Mon day for Louisville to accept a position in that city Mr Oscar F Current of Louis ville visited relatives here and at iFanmdale this week Mr Guy Barrett and wife who have been visiting relatives in Lou isville have returned howe Mr E N Wheeler of Maysville is the guest of his sister Mrs Jas T Buford West Side Mr Thos Spalding and wife of Stamping Ground visited relatives here thisweek Mr Lucas Brodhead of Woodford county was in the city Tuesday Aim guest of Mr Frank Chinn Mrs 1V Quiggins of Elizabeth town who has boon visiting rela tives hero has returned home Dr E H Black left Thursday for Stamping Ground to visit his t nephew Mr Geo E Wilkerson Miss Gertrude Greenup of Louis yule attended the MerchantMor ris wedding Miss Laura Letton of Millnrs burg is the guest of Miss Daisy iSHaselrigg at Hotel Fleming Mrs Clay H Hatchitt of New town is visiting her mother Mrs m P Popper on West Main street State Senator Chas Carroll of Shophnrdsville was a visitor here on Wednesday Mrs Fannie Angrave of Louis ville who has heed visiting friends in this city has returned home Miss Sue Ghoislin of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Jas H Gra ammo Washington street tins week Mr O N Smith attended the Grand Lodge Knight of Pythias in Lexington this week Mr John Rois wont to Lexington on uOfjduv to attend the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Mr H S Barker of Louisville who has been visiting friends here has returned home REMOVAL W E BAXTER D D S M D his olllco to rooms in the Baxter Building Mmth1ustoornor St Oliiirimd Hrond wiiy iintruiHM on St Clair SpuHal intention given to till hiKhciliramhisof Dtmtiil Surjjfrj nnd to disciiso of tint Monti Nostiuid Throat Both phono Now No Old No I April 111 yr f Mrs Fannie QuiO ins of Eliza beth town spent thn past week visiting relatives here Mrs John Q A Stuart of Farm dale is visiting relatives in Louis villeMrs Guy H Briggs and Mrs Jas LexingtonTuesday Rev W E Arnold of Versailles was the guest of friends here this Clint Griffith left Tuesday for Charleston W Va where lie will reside in tho future Hon John T Shelby of Lexing ton was in the city on business in the Court of Appeals Wednesday Mr Richard A VanDerveer and bride of Lexington were guests of relatives hero week Mr John B nllen Sr of the Call went to Cincinnati on Wed nesdayHon W R Ramsey of London was in attendance upon tho Court of Appeals on Tuesday Misses Sue Margaret mind Eliza beth Scott of Lexington are guests of Mrs Guy H Briggs on Shelby streetRev M B Adams went to Mid dletown Ohio on Saturday and AaptlstChurch Mr Gavin C Morris of Paint Rook Tenn spent Sunday with his parents Mr Richard Morris and wife in this county Mrs C C Calhoun of Lexing ton who has been the guest of her aunt Miss Eliza Overtoil has re turned home Mr Sim Shy and wife Mr S M Noel Mrs H T Gaines and Mr D J McNamara spent Sunday in Georgetown I slmi1 JwegetablePreparationfor Iliiig iteStomachs amlBowels of PromotesTHesUonChectful Dessand prumtlorpbin norMineral NOT NARCOTIC DlOUlrrSAMllZUTCIIEl s4iAe fy tan mnflJ A for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvutsionsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature of 1 NEW YORK LCT COPY OF WRAPpe Mr 1 Russell Williams of WaSh- ington City came homo on Monday to register and will remain until after the election next Tuesday Mrs H Lnuninn and daughter Miss Corinne of Detroit MichIare visiting her sister Mrs Ford Jacobs Mr E C Shipp wife and daughter Miss Cora of Epp Owen county were guests of relatives here this week Mr Clarence L MoDaniel and Mr Jas T West who have been in Hamilton 0 for several months returned homo on Thursday 11ex1ingtonattend the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Miss Bottie Richardson who is now making her home In Henry county is visiting relatives hero this week Mr Ed E Abhott of the K D W H Co went over to Coving ton on Tuesday to register and visit his family Mrs Sallle E Williams and chil dren Misses Louise and NellioI and Master Wylie Minneapolis Minn to reside Mr Frank Brandner of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of Mrs Pat MoDonald on Sunday returning home Monday Col John C Hawkins who has been at St Louis Mo in the con struction department of the Worlds Fair is at home for a short visit Mr Lee J Dudley and wife of Chicago Ills were called here by the death of his mother Mrs W J DudleyMr d E Jouett of Louisville was called hero Saturday by the loath of his sister Mis W J Dud leyCASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof TheKind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA Gebhard Automatic AstronnrnicalI Art anti World Clock dailyfrom htlectures given on pry hour explaining till the moihanism and the clock will run ofIall of its movements This Giant Chronometer which was invented and perfected by Messrs Gebhard Suns at Baden Germany after thirty years of ever getic tiresome and patient labor and and marvelous ingenuity and supersedes anything that has been exhibited in this line to late This wonderful clock shows four dillerent time systems menu solar siderial decimal It consists of fifteen thousand parts and displays twentysix separate and distinct mechanical and astronomical movements und is valued at 10000000 This clock will be on exhibition at the Worlds Fair at St Louis 1904 nnd was the greatest attraction at the PanAmerican Exposition 1901 The Frankfurt public has a chance to see it at a very small cost AdmissionAdults 15c Children IOc UisHle1WUHGuy Barrett Campbell street this weeK Gen D W Lindsey and wife attended the marriage of their son Mr n W Lindsey Jr in Rich mond Va this week Rev J McCluskey Blayney D D attended the wedding of his nephew Mr n W Lindsey Jr in Richmond Va this week Messrs T Noble Lindsey attended the marriage of his brother Mr D W Lindsey Jr in Richmond Vn this week Mr Jas M Satlell and bride returned home on Saturday night and went at once to housekeeping at their new home corner of Main and Third streets South Side Mr Albert H Crutcher wife and son of Los Angeles Gal are acunlama slu ao guests of his parents Judge J N riitoher und wife on the West Side this week IJr Sandy Hord and wife of Au Illinois are visiting his fattier Judge L Hord and sister Mrs Nettie Brown corner Wapping and Wilkoreon streets Dr Sam B Holmes wife and daughterMiss Jane were called to Lexincton on Sunday by the death of Mrs Holmes nephew Harry Todd Watson Mr Will A Lewis and wife of Harriman Tonn who have been guests of her parents Judge J N Crutchor and wife West Bide returned home Tuesday night Messrs Win and James Mont gomery returned from the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington Va where they have been attend in school on account of an epi demic of typhoid fever k Wedding Gifts WE over you a stock of carefully selected articles in Sterling SilverIGut Glass Clocks Jewelry 11 All the highest grade goods at prices in the reach of all r We have this fall a special line of Handsome High Grade Inexpensive Articles suitable for WEDDING GIFTS If l MAA SELBERT RELIABLE JEWELER FRANKFORT KENTUCKY J SPECIAL SALE OF CLOAKS AND SKIRTS i FOR TEN DAYSf We will give a discount of 10 per cent on all Cloaks and Skirts IS D JOHNSON CO 311 MAIN STREET III TT THOUSANDS SAVED BYE KINGS NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medioine Yionia Hay Fever Pleurisy La rQrippo Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Price50o1I I ly MARRIED GODDARDMOORE In Georgetown on Tuesday Mr Step hon Goddard of Georgetown and Mss Ijieoiia Moore of tho Forks of Elk T born were married by Rev V W Dorrls of tho Christian Churc- hWHITTAKERROGERSAt tho county clerks oflloe on Wednesday Mr Joseph Whittakerand Miss Llzzie Rogers both of Anderson oounfcy were married by Judge J H Polsgrove SHELTONHAMPTON this county on Wednesday Mr John HamptonVATJGHANUATLEYIn Louis ivillo Ky Tuesday October 27 1903 at the residence of the brides i8RRuthSidney Vaughan by Rev J D Seigler Mr Vaughan was for of Franklin county WIIDarsie of tho Christian 1huruhMr Merchant is tho youngest son of Capt C W Merchant and is a handsome and industrious young mechanic who has a host of friends His bride is a pretty popular girl one of 4ranktortr sweetest ladies oxiBTRCHFIELDGREEN this t oounty on Monday Mr James iBirol icd and Miss Maude Green both of Peaks Mill were married 9f GERMAN SYRUP We want to impress on our read syrupison the market today that lees re Ititar extracts of gums etc which have been so h ih endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and con sumption by tho great medical eon Tho consumptive whether 1grOBHR is in the throat or lungs rust at night and be free from tho of dn and racking cough in the morning Tho diseased parts want rest healing joand soothing treatment and the needs fresh air good food ute Gorman Syrup will give free and easy expectoration iu the morning with speedy and perm nent Small bottles iifi cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all I drugg sts yr Dr Weavers Syrup Purlflea tho blood Cerate ointment for the skin t MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of mill tho Salves ever hoard uf Ruoklons A- rInion Salvo is tho hot It sweeps and cures Burns Sores Cuts coils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2fio and guaranteed to give satisfaction by At all druggists ii I RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPTSCOpA 1IIJRCIiltov A U Chinn Roe tor will preach at u m and 7iK p in Sunday 05JO a ni Sllllla school sestion hold in the chapel SeriIlonAddress Wodnosday 780 p m In tho chapel Short Evening Prayer and Address Friday 70 p in In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and discussion of the lesson for follow lug Sunday Seats free and public cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams Pastor At wlJIIpreach Subject What Must a Man Bo Doing When Ho Dies If Ho Expects to Be Saved These services will be held In tho court house Sundayschool at 9i50 a m in tho courthouse Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 7150 oclock in tho Sun dayschool room of the First Pres byterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie tho Pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m fSundayschool at 080 a in in Endeavor Society sleets at 545 in tho chapel MahonoyTopic Bible The Junior Endeavor Society will moot in the chapel at HBO oclock Friday afternoon Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 74f in the chapel rollle Tim Golden Rule and Its Applications limo public Is cordially invited to attend those services and especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH110v Father Thomas S Major Rector Mass 780 a m High Mass at 1080 a in Vespers at 730- Sundayschool at 1 p m F I RST PIIESBTERANC- HURCHRev1 MoClusky Blay ney n D tho Pastor will preach at a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at fl4o a in Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 p m The public is cordially invited to at toaIMEIHODISl C H ITRHU o v Jr C B Strouso of Vinrhia will preach at a in and 780 p InIThe protracted meeting has peen in progress for two weeks SetIvieosIt is hoped that everybody who can be present will do so Sundayschool at S80 a in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclockIPastor will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 580- Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 The pulbic cordially invited to attenlMEIHOIISI REVIVAL The meeting at the Methodist Church onnJroJltlonsinthat have divided the attention of tho public Tho preaching has boon a blessing to all who heard it Members of all tho churches have Stomach TroublescUreJi Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Hllllard cured by Kodol J Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected I the use of his heart Kodol drugIgIstattended and much good hits been done in strengthening the con manyhaveDr Strouse will preach today as usual at 3 p m and S p m Song and prayer services before tho ser Cons Tomorrow the sermons will begin at 11 m and 7SO p in Dr Strouso will preach tomorrow afternoon at 8 oclock to mien only Two Houses and Lots AT GommissiojijHs Sale FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT T B FORD Administrator BcjultyELLIOTT f1 VIRTUE OK THE HDCiMENT HEX lPtlJhJ1ttrll1est lt o- nNOVEMBER 2 1903- At till courthouse dour In tin city of Frank fort Kv between the hours of vhtel 11and a 0 eloek p m on a credit of and Ui mouths in installments tho follo itt fromlugproperly II Frankfort Ky which was lIIIl to thll cll1t111plI1I ct5s7oscribed as follows towlt Boiinnin at a on the west redof Conway street at tho nortl IIst corner of the of Mrs Mary E l1 thence north with west side ofminlwtlI street IS et to the line of Henry H IIUJbltin Bridgeport FiaJiklin county Ky which was conveyed to the testator Alice and delta dated UulnI IMli recorded in tIll Franklin County Court tlltlt1lt1l11l1as to e on the north bj till Louisville Frankfort Turn ofCllludeof R D Armstrong and on tno east by the properties Norris nod Fred Arm strong said two pa reels of land are melt vnluoPurchaseruntil elent surety bearing interest from date to Alientil nil the purchase money is paid W H POSEY ftSt Muster CominKioiier s Pleasant to take f t 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 Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25o AND 50c PER BOTTLE FOR FINIWATCHES CLOCKS i AND JEWELRY CALL ON I THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO I 223 St CLAIR STREET IfRANIFORT KY Fino watch and jewelry repairing a specialty All work and goods strictly warrantedtThe highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchange for new work Jan 10 1y di This prett Wniilt is of n good quality PrOU dl Sole Sill has tuoIing on front hllll nod stitched otrnes Oil front lollllr trimmed with Uuttous PRICE 5500 Alpo haw tti 1Vuist in Hlw1 o 1Cat4t Tt1 TfieFranKfartSounilaDQUi Entered at the jiostitlico at Frankfurt Kei tuck iwsecoiulrlass mnilahkmatter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 31 1903 h FORMER FRANKFORT DIAL DIES IN WASHINGTONCITY On Thursday lust Mr John J Wright died in Washington City aged years In the nnte bellum days Mr Wright was well known sin this city whore he was a clerk in the Postofllce under the late Mr B F Johnson father of Mr Sam D JohnsonMr vas born near White Sulphur in Scott county and grew to young manhood there Later he came to this city to accept a clerk ship in the Postofllce as coadjutor with Mr James M With row After several years service Mr Wright was transferred to Washington City and assigned to duty in the Postofllce Department- At the breaking out of tho Civil War Mr Wright who was a South ern sympathiser resigned and came to Louisville Later he entered the whisky business as a wholesale dealer the firm being Wright Taylor They did a large business Mmtil failing health forced Mr Wright to retire In 1H97 Mr Wright lost his wife who was a Miss Sallie Clark of Richmond Va In 1902 ho re moved with his only child Miss May B Wright to Washington City and was residing there when the last summons curio He was a genial upright and honorable gentleman sincere and straightforward in all his dealings We knew him from our boyhood and gladly claim him as our friend Only our older citizens remember him as a rosy chocked youth and polite and attentive clerk A SEA STORY BY A WRITEI WHO HATES AND DREADS THE SEA The Breath of the North is the title of Norman Duncans latest story In tho November McClurep of tho mon who go down to the sea in ships to wrest from it a meager subsistence in struggle with the malevolence of the elements Mr Duncan says that ho himself hates and dreads the son and that to these Newfoundland fisher folk it tisa terrible monster a cruel and dread foe They who maintain the sovereignty of the race on the edge of tho uninhabitable live by grace of henry courage The fisherman of this story brings his boat in the faco of death through wind and wave to the homo lights The closing lines of the story have a flavor of Whitmans poetry Those too tho things that mock you wind of the north The noel on the sheep hack at the time of shearing the cunning hands of time women the swift tireless hands of tho old women at tho loom And O wind of tho north tho rosy cheeks of children mock you thro1 all the lands of time north Though you swoep front tho very waste of loath from tho night silent lid hidden to ravago the sea and tho laud those things mock you For wind of lho north whoro love is there is content 1 Notion end a10sIery No store can offer nay lntttT viluo on Hosiery thorn our Y S F mid Noinoud at lOt IiI c and 2u- Vi cnu show everything in Knit Umlenvciir usenaueserasanII- ourIDont forget that line of Wool and Silk Dress Goods and TrimmingsAre CI 1 HEY ljlOWN Delayed Letter are having beautiful weather IWe The flowers are bloom lag et Mr Dunne Sudduth took in the races at Lexington last Friday Miss Mittio Mitchell hits boot quite ill for several days with ma laria fever and heart trouble Mrs Arelle Moore is very much indisposed at present The school at Mt Zion is pro greasing nicely under the skillful management of its elllcient teacher Miss Etta Allison It is reported that Miss Etta has the largest number of pupils in attendance of any teacher in the whole precinct 9 Mr J R Hales of Carter coup ty was in Frankfort a few lust week attending to Imslness and came out and spent Thursday night with the family of Mr Wm H SudduthIA few Sunday evenings since ft widower who resides at Zilpah came to Benson to attend Sunday school and from that point took his best girl to Indian Fork to church that night Then saw her homo of course down on Benson thence back to his home at Zilpah making a drive of some thirtyfive miles in a few hours We certainly think the widower is matrimonially inclinedAs were going to your city a few days ago our horse became dreadfully frightened at a lot of old mill machinery and we learned that it is Intended to mbuid the old sawmill again which is much to bo regretted for the reason that it is next to impossible to get a horse by it when it is in and is considered by ladies as a very dangerous especiallyI It seems to us that a place might he selected As there is no chance of getting around we consider it a disadvantage to the city so I guess we will have to hitch our horses a half mile from the city and foot it Those not able to do that will have to stay homeThe Ladies Aid Society are haying a now coat of paint put on their Ona Mitchell has about re covered from her recent illness Mrs Lizzie Showalter spent Sat urdav and Sunday with her sister Mrs Willie Stigers near Polsgroves LandingMrs Mollie Vaughn of Olive Hill who has been visiting in our town has returned home Mrs Long better known as Aunt Frankie Mitchell is a great sufferer with cancer of tho which has already destroyed her upper lip May the Lord sustain her in her great afflictions There wits a lecture and grapho phone entertainment at Mt Zion schoolhouse Tuesday night MOLLY YOCUM BEAUrIFUIOO1PIJEXIONS Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills tho pores of the skin heat way to secure a clear complexion free from sal lowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional dose of Hurhinu wilt cleanse the hovels regulate tho liver nod PO establish a clear healthy eomplxeion oc at Paul B Weitzels A PBKFKOT PAINLESS PILL is time one that will cleanse the RS tem set tho liver to action IJlHje- the bile clear tho complexion euro headache touch leave a good taste in tho mouth The famous little pills lbr doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DoWitfn Little Karly Visor Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills have used gripe and sicken while He Wilts LiUle Early Risers are slum ply perfect Sold by W Gaylo J iJ OUR ak Suit and Ski o Stock Is the Largest in tho City 1 ii JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disor ders but neverlhas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this in nearly instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner vine was given The statement is repeated in the following Seven years ago my wife commenced having or and I called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed He her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually pot some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently come times severe Her hands cramp so we could not them and she finally got so her jaws would become locked noIstorative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit sinre taking the first dose Site also thinks ve highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did my wifeWM Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind MAKING RAPID PROGRESS Kentucky Building is Already Half Completed Will be Furnished by the New Year Reports from Worlds Fairgrounds at St Louis are most encouraging as to the progress being made on the Kentucky State Building The contractors announce that it is sixty per cent completed It is entirely under roof and plastering has begun Indications now point to its completion about Christmas It will be turned over to tho Directors of the Kentucky Exhibit Asso elation between the Now Year and February when active preparations for furnishing this Now Kentucky Home will begin At tho meeting of tho Directors of the Association last week an additional appropriation of 500 for four hundred extra electric lights mak ing in all about six hundred was voted This will easily mako the Kentucky Building one of tho most brilliantly illuminattod on the ground OASTOecABenin thoIto KM Signature Y of DO YOU WANT TO YAWN Foal cold shiverings aching In the bones lack of onorgy heart ache null great depression These symptoms may bo followed by vio lent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Horbino cures it Take it before the disease nets a fair hold though it will work a cure in stage J A Hopkins 1IIICIJJOtui- Knll writes kayo used your great medicine Horbino for sev eral years Thoro is nothing hut fuulllHmllllcllObloodpurifying tonic there is noth ing as good Uu at Paul B Woit xols d r t BIG STOCK OF wanKets and ComfortsAll kts Extra Value djra 15O- WcitzelA ODonneli IPEHlnGIDelayed IJfltt orIIOn Sunday Oct IHth Mr Wil liam Lace 11011 Jr were married to Miss Cleaveland Smith Tho cere moray was performed hr Roy 11I Isson at the Harvieland Methodist Church at 0 p m The happy young couple wore accompanied to Harvieland by his uncle Mr Chester Lacefleld Mr Sam Lacefleld and wife Miss Jennie Lacefleld Mr Dorsoy Tracey Mrs Florence Tracey Mrs Jennie Tracoy sisters of tho bride also by Mrs Smith the brides widowed mother two young Mr Smiths and Mr Ben Tracey The bridal party on their return wore entertained by Mr Sam Lacefleld and wife where supper was served We are all agreeing with tho Roundabouts item of last week that the militia boys wont up against tho real thing at Camp Young as several came home quite prostrated We think there ought to be some provision made for those who come homo sick and dis abled just as much as if they were in real war It ia very discouraging for a young man to be called awny from a good job of work and then added to this to come home sick and use up his savings and that of his friends for medicine and doctor bills to say nothing of all his pain suffering and the anxiety of friends At least the doctors bill and medicine ought to bo paid for by tho State Let those who nro interested in the martial honor of our State fee to it that tho young men thin flower of our State who are ready and have to at personal dificomort go at the call of their State to quiet riots protect criminals and do anything else their officers command Mr Leslie Tracoy and wifo are the guests of his father Mr Joe Ann Tracoy who hns been quite sick is hotter Mrs John Tracey still remains quite sick- Several of our neighbors have boon attending the protracted meet ing at Graofensburg Some young people on their way to a party at Mr Brndloyri near here had a breakdown They called on Mr Sam Laoofleld for assistance who cordially re sponded The vehicle being patched the gay young people pro ceeded on their way Miss Jennie Lacefleld was the guest of Miss Edith Edge one oven ling this week Mr Chester Lacoflold and Mr Dorsoy Tracoy with harp and guitar have boon ranking sweet music among their neighbors Guess they are lonesome since tho weddingMr Tracoy has returned from Camp Young Wo are sorry to add that one side particularly ono foot is so much affected by the cold and wot days at Camp Young as to be almost useless Mr Marshall Suitor came homesick from Camp Young and hits boon confined to his bed since with fever up to 105 Miss Myrtle Tracoy is still very ill at lion home The school children of this dic trlet were pleased with the gift of waterproof school lungs which wore brought or sent to them by the firm of Crutehor Simpson This is not the first time this enterprising firm have remembered the little mos Miss Edith Edge and brother John Edge Jr worn among tho guests and accompanied tho party who attended tho Laoolioldhmlth wedding The correspondent from Bryant town WitS surely tight when he said till wave of matrimony would oven extend as far as Pea Ridge IfJs James Graves who has boon on a visit to hot invalid toothier Mrs W Tracey hits returned to fur homo in Shelby JiJ i j iu FlaiielleM n till Eiderdow Dressing Snegte Uonnt if Colors 1ricis fiOc Inc i00 1rlfl PLTTICQAT The bet one ever sold at 1 M amalJ Crs rsa czuacnair r v Sorghum grinding und cook lias linen the fashionable ompl men lately It is about over n Rock mashing is still in swayLittle Florence tho adopt daughter of Mr and airs Bob V nor was quito sick this week Little Frank EcI e shot n squi last week weighing nearly tb pounds and measuring from tip tail to nose inches It w shown to several old huntsmefc who said that they had never se- an alarge a ono before Frank u sure shot Master Chester Dennis wI running III play at school his week fell into tho partlydug well near the schoolhouse hurting self This well ought to be finished at once and a new pump placed in it so that the children would have water without going so far some times over a mile Owing to whooping cough and fever our school is rather short of scholars now Every one unites in praise of our sensible practical and popular young teacher Miss Naomi ClarltICORN SHOW- Col Ion B Null State Commits sioner of Agriculture who is char man of the Committee on Agrioul turo and Horticulture Exhibit f tr the Kentucky Exhibit Association has announced that there will bea corn show limited to the crop grown in Livingston und adjoining counties and shown by grower on time seunnd day of tho Farmers Insti tute to he held at GClodhopo school house in Livingstone county NIvember 27 and 28 under tho of the Livingston Farmers Club and State Bureau of Agrieulturt Tlie premiums will be paid in cash by Col Nail There are throe eaoti 011mixedsnaking a total of 200 in premiums Tho samples will bo turned over the Livingston County Committe- of tItho Kentucky tion at tho Worlds Fair in Louis next year On the first day of this Farmers Institute thoro will be an opon discussion of tho Worlds Fair exhibit from Kentucky YbungriantiEvery r some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small andweak Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChild starvation not because of laclj f food but because the food 1Scottsind gives the child growinu strength Whatever the cause of weak 1Scottsit and set the matter right Send for free sample Scott Ilowne Chemists j 1enrl St New York suc and 100 all druggists tit t J ILI k SPECIALS NEXT WEEK J A FREE game inside each package o- frll Lion Coffee 60 different games THE CRITERION FOR NOVEMBER The Criterion has pleasantly em bodied the charm of the Thanks giving festival in its November issue The cover designs in colors by John Cecil Clay is a dainty piece of work and symbolic of har vest time and the character of tho contents is suited to the season Among tho special articles most worthy of note we find a cleancut authoritative exposition of the Building of tho Balkan States by Charles Johnston The White House Its Mistresses and Memories by Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres a study of tour of the famous first ladies of tho land Thomas Carlyle by Gen James Grant Wilson and an Account of the historic old Mott House of Sleepy Hollow fame by Minna Irving Many unusually bright clover stories grace this number of the Criterion notably A Public Thanskgiving by Harriet Prescott Spofford J T Bishops humorous account of Policeman Flynns Golden Wedding noel a tragic FrenchCanadian sketch Xa P title by Clara Hicks The oustmoary readAblo reviews of now publications some good poetry and light sketches make up an admi rable number of this very progressive and uptodate magazine THE CRITERION PUB NA TION CO 150 Fifth Ave New York City One Dollar a Year 10 Cents a Copy For sale by all Newsdealers THE BEST PAPER PUBLISHED The Youths Companion in 1004 As tho years increase tho Youths Companion endeavors to keep pace with them in all that is wise beautiful and progressive and not only to retain but to deserve the honorable and exceptionally high placo it holds in the confidence and affection of three generations of I readers The greatest living authors in all branches of literature continue to contribute to it Among tho important series of articles will bo one on tho occupa tion of the farmer in many parts of tho world in England in Ireland in India ill Argentina ete The annual Announcement Num her of the Companion describing tho principal features of the Com panions now volume will be sent to address free Tho now subscriber for 1101 will receive all the issues of the Com pinion for tho remaining weeks of 1 free front tho timo of subscrip tion also the Companion Calendar Particu nlYou tsnit bn too particular for us to ploaso you rum the Wooltox gurmonts- Tlio 1m are difTorrnt entirely troniUHY rnnilyniadc you- ovor saw Most of thorn coino from Paris Then they wore adopted to American taste and figure and the result is that Faultless Fashion which has made Wooltox tho choice of modest women everywhere Every hit of Wooltex material is acid tested for purity absolute so also are the linings tugs cut is perfect fitMftUrU- lHO and the finish is us careful as tiny Modiste J 1 fur 14 lithographed in twelvi colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass 144 Berkeley Street A WOMANS COMPLEXION It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by tho use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by tho beauty doctors The only safe anti sure way that n woman can improve her complex ion is by purifying and enriching the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping tho liver healthy and active The liver is tho seat of disease and blood pollu tion Greens August Flower acts directly on tho liver cleanses and enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also cures consti pation biliousness nervousness and induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pronounced and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists ly A NEW ROSALIND FOR AMERICA Manager Shipman Introduces an English Actress of Note In England where the plays of Shakespeare have been until the last year or two much more popu lar than hero in America every actor or actress of prominence ex cels In portraying the immortal Williams delightful characters This is easily explained When a Star goes on tour in the English provinces it is not in a onepiece play but in a Repertoire of plays and the number always includes one or more of the Shakespearean drama as a consequence when an American manager wants a JuliettII Hamlet Viola or II Rosalind he has to go to England as the field in America is as yet very limited This is particu larly true of woman stars and still more true of women capable of playing Rosalind in As You Like It When Manager Chas Frohman and Bon Greet made the magnificent open air revival of II A You Like It last summer an Eng lish star Edith Waynne Mathoson played Rosalind and now Man ager Ernest Shipman has another English star Miss Camllle Reynolds on tour playing Rosa Hud in this seasons As You Like It Co which wo will have the good fortune to see on Wednesday Nov 4 Miss Reynolds belongs to a fam ily celebrated not only in her na tive laud but throughout tho entire Englishspeaking world as she is a direct descendant of G W M Reynolds the celebrated author ot the still more celebrated series of novels II The Mysteries of the Court of London whisk aro now among tho English classics lint which when first produced created a teri riblo sensation as they were an ox pose of tho English Court of George II Miss Reynolds is justly proud of her English ancestry and the mombors of her company are thor oughly familiar with tin works of bur great ancestor lie little lady is very popular in London and tho provinces as they call even place outside London tou and has had tho honor of appearing before Englands hOUtvid Sover eign tho lato Queen VictoriaI A boon to travelers 1r Fowlors Extinct of Wild Strawberry Cures dysentery tiIU1 h lien seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Ants promptly 1 SPECIAL SALE OF Dress Goodsi PIicesIAt money saving 150 Quality Pebble Cheviot in Castor at 100IToo told 100 Quality Armuras at 50c 100 Black Bourette at 75c Como und inspect the staple weaves as well ISI the new Zibolenes Crepe do Paris etc W S F A R M E R FRANIFORT KENTUCKY SB1f NT 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 iffit anytime you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscollfrankfort s Ky ia 3 We Have On Hand For I THE SEASON Great Variety Fine Whiskeys lSpring H117iOld TaylorrOld Crow f O F C Ie Hermitage If you wish to send a friend- something 1iL good call and see W xus Also ffr Rudolph Bauer Candies ft exFruits Nuts and everything good to at the can goods line You aro invited to call and we will show you irall our fine goods whether you buy or not t JMSAFFELL SON 212 ANN ST n t W ll 1 Furniture Carpets 4 lrqoDr Beautiful Line of Room Size ll l f XMIN11R RUGS 11Jt Vil L tIS UNEXCELLED t Y IAR Rogers Sonso 7d w FRANKFORT KY- picture l w Frames MaUings fW IC l QLl St 4ITi qft lt r lW r 7a I 1SPECIAL SALE O- FCARPETS IInl next two wetkwe will ghII special discount of 10 per emit on rill cash stiles Carpets Rugs Mattings Your opportunity for saving money on tltr e j11r Cmlys Comlliron romlcrs are badIare milicine anti the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J Y Gayle and LeCornpte Gayle FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEY3 80tf A CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA I had Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured meMrs W 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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 ttlilltl business which does so much to make our city prosperous l Ve only ask you to uso our Hour will do that much Soldoilly through dealers 1J E E nmiinQ GO r WATCH CONTES rt FOR THE MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERj IN FRANKLIN COUNTY BEGINNING SATURDAY SEPT I2TH And Continuing Until NEW YEARS DAY 1904 1 00 For EacH IDD PurcnasEfl From Us You Will Be Entitled To One Voce i CONDITIONS I countyITeachers must be in charge of a school at some time during the contest and school must be in Franklin The ballots will be deposited in a regular ene Hoge at State National Bank and shall not be out of his possession until contest is over when box will be opened and vote connttdJThe winner can exchange the at any same CRUTCHER SIMPSON DEVILS AUCTION EUROPEAN VAUDEVILLE HEADLINERS For the TwentySecond Edition of Tho Everlasting Devils Auction Manager Chas H Yale has through his European agents secured for the twentysecond edi tion of The Everlasting Devils Auction which appears at the Capital Theatre Saturday Oct 31 two notable specialty features which are expected to exceed by far any novelty nets previously Imported by Mr Yale for his various attractionsThe of these exclusive im portations are the Four Salamon skys Russian Grotesques who combine with the most daring and skillful gymnastic feats a series of ludicrous pantomimic fooleries which being of the unusual order will prove most entertaining The star vaudeville feature however of this seasons produotion of The Devils Auction is the Won derful Family Onri a famous band of Continental equilibrists balancers jugglers and pantomimists The family consists of one female and four male artists and they appear in a novel and most original pantomimic playlet entitled The Interrupted Supper in which they introduce a number of sensational feats that are most remarkable for originality of conception and skill of execution Each member of the Family not only entertain singly with unusual fonts of the hand and eye hut also introduce what might he term donsenthle juggling some of which borders on the mar velous The action of the takes place in a modern Parisian cafe and starts off at a lignified pace A lady told gentleman come in after the opera for supper and are re ceived with all the ceremony that the French waiters can Inject into the reception of presumably well paying patrons A number of most laughable incidents occur Then the attendants commence manipu lating the various articles upon the supper table Eventually the patrons join in and everything in the entire cafe chairs crockery bricabrac pictures food napkins table cloths knives and forks and even the gigantic supper table J itself have been hurled into the air and made to perform feats while en route The finale of this mar velous performance is simply inde sorilmble uNGJWiiiIIIHE AS YT LIKE IT theIperiod when his brilliant youthful genus shone forth in all Its fresh ness of intellectual superiority mingled with till thought illness of matured age What a host of portraits lifelike and vivid are concent rut d in the group the poet has peopled his Ar helLuti1fullpeare has snatched us out of time busy world into n Woodland soli tude Ho slakes us breathe its pencfeastbounding wild deer and sympathize with Its banished men and rustics simpleIThe coming production multi Reynolds Tames their admirable company of Shakos pean an players which has proven so eminently attractive in the larger cities is being awaited with the keenest interest by a majority of our leading people who have boon atItrnctiol1Nov 4 INTERSTATE MISSISSIPPI IM PROVEMENT AND LEVEE ASSOCIATION New Orleans La Out 27th 1503 For the above occasion the L dc N R R will sell tickets to New Orleans on Oct 2i th and Sfith for one faro plus cents for the round tripLimited to Oct Seal MEETING AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN HISTORI CAL ASSOCIATION 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 25th to 27th 1903 for one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Limited to Jan 5th 1004 OASx XA Bears theihaSignature 1If BaughlI of t- Monarch over pain Burns sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Elocttic Oil At any drug store GAINED FORTY POUNDS IN THIRTY DAYS For several months our younger brother had been troubled with in digestion He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them We purchased some of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and ho commenced taking them Inside of thirty days he gained forty pounds in flesh Ho is now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Holley Bros Merchants Long Branch Mo For sale by all druggists A GREAT SENSATION There was a big sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured 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goes right to the spot said an old man who was rubbing it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tenaha Texas writes I have used Bollards Snow Liniment in my family for it to 11111iand 100 at Paul B Weltzels j II t What is Your LifeWorth i fnnuilyShiUI4I 4 Had you ever thought what it would be worth to your family SHOULD YOU DTE If not IT IS NOW TIME TO THINK Make up your mind to protect that family by purchasing a policy in the STRONGEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 1 IjI shall be pleased to call on you and explain its contracts Ralph R WilsonOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY h t CREAMWORMS For 20 Years Has Led ell Worm Remedies rf rWD SOLD S8 LLZZ SYTt 11TCa CxSlSTt- cepared e byo IAM S F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway Wbf QISDprss2d 1 J tins frequent headaches bad appetite Czo ot nerves Jack or yyItsDont fall to Get todty at your druggists a bottlo of It trill and restore the Liverdi5cstiroorganu to theta normalfeel n ner woman after tJIlng the KJdnoysJ 50 Cents ALl PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway I HE LEARNED A REAL TRUTH It is said of John Wesley that lie once said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the same thing over and over again John Wesley because once tolling is not enough It is for this same men son that you are told again and again that Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result in pneumonia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drugigsts LSITIE SALVEIHAI HIA without leaving a sear Is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel isanpliod to many salvos but DoVhtt s Witch Hazel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salvo made that contains the pure unadulterated witch hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salvo is offered vou it is a counterfeit E C Ic Witt invented With Hazel Salvo and DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the host salvo in the world for outs burns bruises totter or blind bleeding itching mutt protruding piles Sold by J W Gayle Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of time skin in any part of the body Doan s Ointment At any drug store 50 coats =CORPORATION ORGANIZED The Frankfort and Versailles Traction Railway Co was formally organized Monday and flied their articles of incorporation in the ofllce of the Secretary of State The following gentlemen compose the oillcers of the company John C Noel President Jas P Amos loll VicePresident Treasurer John T BuckleyScore Mary cempanyi11 build4immg DIETING INVITES DISEASE indiglosthonitmilk and twist Starvation pro duces such weakness that tho wholo system becomes an easy Troy to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure onablos tho stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that ono cares to ont and is a novel failing cure for indigestion dyspepsia and nil stomach troubles Kodol di Bests what you oatmakes tho stomach sweet Sold by J Gayle Wr WlNCH Sr I TAKEDOWN REPEATING SHOT GUNS These guns are a highclass production at a lowclass price For strong shooting and lasting qualities they are in a class by themselves They are made In 12 and 16 gauge In full cylinder or modified choke for brush and field shooting or full choke for trap and duck shooting They can be taken down instantly without any tools To get the best results always use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in these guns as one is made for the other FREE Send for our 160 page illustrated catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN r DECIDED SUCCESS The rendition of the opera of the Little Tycoon1 at the Opera House on Monday night for the benefit of the Elks Lodge was a perfect success Tho very best of our splendid corps of local mnsi clans were in the cast and they gave evidence of careful and intel ligent training The audionue was largo and ap preciative and the returns gratify ing The proceeds will materially assist in defraying the debt on the Elks Home REOPENED The repairs on the L N railroad bridge were completed on Monday last and the bridge re oponed for traffic on Tuesday Every stiok of timber was replaced with now work so that there is nothing but tho iron work of the old bridge left It is a good job And is good for another ton years of use ATTENTION Miss Genevieve Lindsey will form a chorus class for young poo PIe beginning October 81st Ago of pupils limited from eight to eighteen years She will use The Model Music Course designed for public schools by Bro ohoven and Gautroot For terms etc apply to Miss Lindsey 141 Wapping street It is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of unknown com a person is really sick the best course is to call a physician Oftentimes however a person is Tun down and out of sortH without being notually sick At such a time a good common sense digestive tonio is usually all that is needed Suoh a tonio is Walthers Pepton ized Port which you can get at J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky It consists simply of pure port wino and pure pepsin The first gives you slew blood new life tho second a performance of tho digestive functions Small size 50 cents large size 4100 COUNTRY FIRE The residence of Mrs Bottle JBlackurn Benton near Woodlake was destroyed by fire on Monday night last It is supposed that the blaze started frcm a defective Hue Tho house was occupied by Mr Meilord Most of tho furniture was saved The loss was some 8000 with only 1000 insurance FOR SALE CHEAP A secondhand freight elevator Apply at this offic- eLETTER LIST The following is the list of letters endIinsAshley James Berklor Miss Minnie Roman Mrs Dollie Bond R L Elmora Mr Estill lames Frank Llxy Hawkins Mrs Charlotte Lambert Richard Mastery Mrs Ranco Miller Ellen Raper Miss Honker Roaroe Massio Sholton Rev Wm Smith J W Strings Leslie Ward Mrs Klonda- Wolburn L B- On R F D Jackson C M Jackson n B Jackson Mary ilPersons culling for thoso letters Drill please say advertised E M DRANE P M =IIREGISERED VOTE Tho following is the registered vote as made on the regular day Republicans 717 Democrats flU All others 05 Total 175B- Tho following was the result of the supplemental registration at the County Clerks office this week Republicans 22 Democrats 99 Others Total 122 So that tho total registered vote is as follows- Republicans 739 Democrats 1048 All others 100 Grand total 1882 Gentlemen you can now figure it out to suit yourselves BAD ACCIDENT Mr Jeff of Benson who was at work on a scaffold to A house at that place had the misfortune to have the scaffold slip from under him throwing him to the ground some twenty feet Dr O B Dem injuriesstrain to the spine and bad bruises on his back and sides- WANTED Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at the office 7tf FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS liThe Henderson RoutoAhvaysI Louisville Ky Oct 29 1903 The traveling pubic will be pleas ed to learn of the latest innovation in the way of comfort in travel for its patrons which is now being of fered by that most popular railroad The Henderson Route which road has been rightly termed the Kentuokinns Official Route to the West and Southwest- It has just boon announced from the general offices of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway that they now have in service on their night trains between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars which have just been received from the shops and are a revelation in tho oar builders art uptodutefirstoJass wheels and this is only one of the many surprises which are promised tho for Worlds Fair tmvelj by the Henderson Route Among other advantages offered in these highly finished oars a few of the most important points only are mentioned They are solidly vostibuled and are furnished with sixtyfour reclin upholsteredinsmoking and toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather lho are also fitted up with tripe trucksI which feature gill do awn withI the jerk jar and strain incident to travel in the ordinary railway coach and insures a smooth com fortable ride This should prove more than a popular feature in train service to the traveling pub lie and we can only Hiiggest that in traveling you got the Henderson Route habit 8tf ONLY A VERY FEW PUB LISHED It is not possible for tho proprie tors to publish moro than a very tow of the numerous letters received in praise of Chamberlains Colin Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy load telling of its remarkable cures They come from people in ovary wnlk in lift and Irons lYlI State the Union Tho following twin 1irI W Greathouse of Pratls burg fa speaks for iself would have born load now but for the use ot Chamberlains olio Cholera told Diarrhoea Remedy It cured mo of chronio diarrhoea after soven years 0 suffering Ilannever say too much in praise of that remedy For sale by all druggists J r THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT To the People of Kentucky The representatives of tho State Committee for the JI1IfJ of urging upon the voters of Kentucky the proposed amendment to tho Constitution addressed a public meeting in Owonsboro on last Mon day They were intelligent gontle men and successful business men of Louisville and made tho very strongest arguments that could bo advanced for the It is proposed anwnclmontI1SI of tho Con power to the General Assembly by general law to authorize cities or towns of au class to provide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and in tangible haRed on income licenses or franchise in lieu of an ad val orem tax thereon In plain words it is a covert at tempt to change the whole system of taxation in Kentucky to fancy of tho Commercial Club of Louisville and a few other gentlemen in tho State who have no sympathy with the great mass of the people and are never so happy as when devising schemes to benefit thin few at tho expense of the many The constitutional mode of taxation in Kentucky is absolutely per feet The genius of the ages has not devised a fairer or more equitable rule It hIs received the sanction of tho people of this State by a majority of neary loOOOO votes as well as the approval of the Su preme Court of the United States and of the Court of Appeals of our State What is this mode That all properties shall be taxed alikeAssessed at its fair cash value andAll corporate property shall pay the same rate of taxation as paid by an individual- Mr Wm A Robinson who head ed this visiting committee frankly admitted that this principle of tax ation was as near perfect an the in genuity of man could devise and was all right for the State and counties but strangely contended that It retarded the development manufacturing growth in the city of Louisville and hence this equitable principle should be stricken from our organic law so far as- munioipal governments are con cernedThe voters should bear in mind that manufacturing enterprises re ceived the fostering care of this Constitution to prevent this seeming objection by placing it in the power of every municipality to free new enterprises of this kind from all taxation for the period of five yearsThe intelligent people of this Commonwealth know that this is not the real object of the promoters of this change in the Constitution The ultimate purpose is to do away with this entire system of taxation and reenact the old laws in our State so that the tangible property shall bear all the burdens whilst the corporate and intangible prop erty will escape proportional and just taxation that Louisville maybe exempt from taxation as she has done between eighteen and twenty millions of dollars of her city property and impose that and other additional burdens upon tho tax bearer in other sections of the StateLet this amendment be incor porated for Louisville and every other city and town will be forced to take advantage of the General law to protect themselves from that city It will lodge all this taxing power in the hands of irresponsible if not corrupt aldermen and coun clliven when home rule will be a farce and combined corporation agreed will assume complete master of the entire State and all her municipalities The new Constitution has been in operation but a few years it should not be amended in haste Tho courts have decided very questionable point in favor of tho people Under it the State has prospered unprocodentedly Near 200U corporations have organized within the last few years with capital ex ceeding 110000000 paying to tho State a tax of more than 100000 By giving a quietus by voting this amendment down in November taxes can speedily be lowered and the burdens of government will then lIke the dews of heaven rest gently upon us al- I would call upon the groat com mon people of Kentuckytile merchant the fnrmor tho waste earner to be on guard against these machinations of the enemy of their homes and firesides rho have as great interest in this question as the people of Louisville A mn ority of the votes cast for or against tho amendment will decide it If you vote No fortunately it can not bo resubmitted to annoy and perplex you for at least five yearsThough a private citizen I have tho interest of this Commonwealth at heart and I would be untrue to myself to tho people who have signally honored me in the past and tho State that give mo birth if did not give this warning cry THOS S PKTT1T MOTH K RS Who would keep1 their children in good health should watch for tho first symptoms of worms and re move them with Vhitos Cream Vermifuge It is thin ehildnns host tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food dues them good and they grow up healthy and strong at Paul B Woit els o DEATHS KALTENlJHUNIn this city on Tuesday Mr Vincent Kalten 1mm aged 78 yours of d IOpsrIMr Kaltenlmm was 0110 of our most substantial and respected German citizen Ho had boon a resident of this city for about 5O yours and had by frugality and COll1fort1Ilhl time Episcopal Church He leaves an aged and do voted wife and two children Dr V Kal tonbrun and Mrs L B Weisen burgh to mourn his death Tho funeral services were cou dnoted by Rev A B Chinn on Thursday morning at 1030 oclock from the family residence on Main street after which tile remains were laid to rest in our cemetery MEEK In Now Albany Tnd on Wednesday Mr Cloudas Meek aged 48 years Mr Meek was the son of the Into Mr B F Meek Sr and a brother of Mrs Richard Church of this city He leaves a wife and two daugh ters to mourn his death Tho remains were brought to this city and interred in the family lot in our cemetery WATSON In Lexington on Sat urday night Master Harry Todd Watson son of Mr James L Watson and wife of that city was killed by being accidentally shot Young Watson was a bright and manly young fellow His mother was Miss Mary Hannah Todd daughter of the late dipt H 1 Todd and wife The little man bore his suffering like a hero exon erated his from till goodbyeThe felt for the bereft by a large circle of relatives and friends here Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood i Cerate for akin eru- ptionBIRTM3 GRAVESIn this city on Sun day to Mr James C Graves and wife a daughter iliIi iQEiIe irililE iCE IIiIi LIES IX BUYING THE me brushes In toothbrushes economy conies in at least a medium quality 00 We can sell you u brush M for ten cents that is an actual bargain But its IE g wiser to pay more Then g you get reliable material ij and construction You et brushes that willnctuulh NS save dental bills They are invariably worth or more than we ask for then Helve brushes at 85 cents that we guarantee to W 00Mi Such a brush always represents economy I I- tI I GAYLE CO Ii 314 Main Street JIE J W GAYLE St Cor Ann and Broadway W THANKS Vo desire to return our thanks to Capt D W Shedd of the U S Government Snagboat Gen O M Poe for a moss of delightful bass Heros lookin at yor old friend SEV E RELY IN J U RE IX While near a thoroughbred colt on Sunday morning Mr Thor Bedford was so unfoitunate as to bo kicked by the animal in tho mouth knocking out a number of teeth and crushing several others so that they had to be extracted Luckily Mr Bedford escaped more serious injury 1r Woav rn Syrup and Coral e Successful treatment for blood and ukiu dUeasca t AWFUL ACCIDENTAL DEATH An alarm at 1145 on Thursday night called the department to the oflioo of Messrs Ira und W H Julian located in the old Yeoman building on St Clair street oppo situ the Courthouse where it was found that Mr W H Julian who roomed in the building had overturned an oil lamp and thus ignited the floor of his room Mr Julian was burnedo1 his stomach side and breast his body lying on top of tho lliLllppiho fire had burned through the floor into the ceiling of the big furniture and undertaking establishment of Messrs R Rogers Sons The blaze was soon extinguished and the loss to the building was not very serious However the damage to tho big stud of Hue fur niture carpets etc amounted to some 2000 or HUO- Julian was one of the best read and clearestheaded lawyers of this section of the State and Willie so he was so modest and re tiring that u1ulylid not realize his ability as an attorney Ho was a graduate of the Louis ville Law School anti was at the front of the strong bar of this city Owing to an accident of pretty much the same character Mr Julian had once before come near to death and his left arm was maimed for life Mr Ira Julian his brother and partner was at the residence of his cousin Mrs G W Chinn where he had been confined to bed with a very serious illness and had just begun to recuperate Owing to his feeble condition Dr Chinn deemed it best not to notify him of his brothers death Coroner L S Graham was pres ent and viewed the body after which it was prepared for burial by Messrs Rogers Sons The coroners inquest was held yester day morning and a verdict returned in accord with the facts Mr Julian was a member of II large and influential family and will be sincerely mourned by many friendslhe funeral took place from the residence of his cousin Mr John E Miles at 330 oclock on yesterday the services being conducted by Rev Geo Darsie after which the remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery STRAYED A Jersey cow about four years old from the farm of Q Sheets on Rocky Branch rondo Has been gone about ten days Please let us know it you have seen her- BOWEN HENRY 8tf QUINCY SHEETS Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals akin eraptloaii DANGEROUSLY HURT Tho old adage that misfortunes lover come sincly had another illustration on Saturday- It will be remembered that Mr Albert Rogers of the jFarmdale neighborhood recently only son a bright and promising young man by typhoid fever On Saturday last Mr Rogers was at work in his stable and got too near the business end of a mule when the animal let drive with both hind feet catching Mr Rogers in the back near tho backbone jraaking three ribs and bruising the lung Dr U V Williams was called in md attended to Mr Rogers injuries which he pronounces very lainful and very serious The sorrows of this good family havo come thick and fast of late Scarcely a year ago they lost a splendid young girl just budding into womanhood with typhoid fever again this year as stated above they lost their only son one- or tho finest young fellows in the neighborhood and now this bad ccident crowns tho column Pile many warm friends of tho family sincerely sympathize with them in their deep sorro- wsFARM For Sale or Exchange I offer fut salt my farm of acres lo inteil on Owl t1tan pike a miles from city li acres in cultivation Plenty of Crater giiod liiirn brick resilience anil Jout cabin About four acres in orchard Llaco is pert of Clots Ollnra farm Will sell or exchange for city property Apply to MISS LIXXIE HAIIN Or g L I1A11X lit R K McClure S Sons 8tf j J LATEST FASHION 1OlERI Gown of Now Thin A handsome gown is developed of the new thin chiffon velvet This is elaborately trimmed with crepe do ChIno 1ini embroidered with Corticolli iilo silk Embroid ery on costumes is daily growing in popularity The crepe do Chino givInABands of tho crepe do Chine are Inset on tho bodice sleeves and- skirt reaching on the latter down to the flounce which also is embroidered to correspond with tho waist Tho sleeves aro very full just below tho elbow with deep cuffs also hand embroideredI t In selecting gowns for street wear 1 it is wolf to have two tailormade b suits Ono of these should be vln 2 plain with some times two skirts one short and one lon On a more elaborate suit may bo r tories cording stitchmgs and t facings of white or color also gold or silver buttons All of these va srfous forms of trimmings seem to in popularity MORPHINE Vh Remain a Slave When You Homerr g An absolute permanent and pain less cure for Morphine Cocaine drugsing instructions Our treatment is i very simple and can be taken with out the knowledge or assistance of r other persons We do not detain you from business and each case receives individal treatment from an experienced specialist Relief is t immediate Appetite is restored at once and sleep becomes normal at fthebeginning of the treatment restore the nervous and phyi sisal systems to their natural con ditions because we remove the causes of the disease STAMPING GROUND Mrs Alice Dickerson of Cincin nati is the guest of her sister Mrs Geo E Wilkerson I Mrs Oliver Wilson Sr is quite sick with fever Dr A Stewart represented the Masonic Lodge here at the recent meetiner of the Grand Lodge in LouisvilleIare to offDirvery ill is improving The weather is getting down to the good old winter time shape Ice has formed several mornings lately DiedOn Thursday Oct 22 Miss earIoldbell passed away from the effects of that dread disease consumption The funeral and burial took place on Friday morning at the resl near Minorsvillo uncoI Mr John H Tilford und George Yates left on Tuesday of week for Oklahoma lunch Indian Territory They aro prospecting with a view to locating Mrs Lida Adams tend Miss Jim mie Bond have gone on a trip to visit relatives in Oklahoma and in Texas Dr E H Black of Frankfort is the truest of his nephew Mr Geo E Wilkorson The drouth is again becoming r strenuous in these parts A good gentle warm rain is badly needed for tho benefit of tho grass and small grain UNO THE New Store It is money in it for you if you do your buying nt the Bnznnr Store in Powers Old Stand 312 Main street Hero are n few of our bargains IA Crystal Glass Syrup Cnn special for this week for lOc Lamp Chimneys for 3o Fine Shovel well made for 4c Stove Lifter good one for 2c Mrs Botts Sadirons set of three nioklo plated ways cold handle with stand for this week only SUe Good Scrub Brush for 4c 4 qt Royal Steel Enameled Kettle with lid only H2c Childrens Rib Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers only Oct a suit Star Spring Balance will weigh 25 lbs only 9c One that will weigh 50 lbs 19ciLadies Pure Linen Handker chief in hemstitched effect with Jjj inch and inch hem actual value 15 and 25 cents this week lOo Ladies Fancy Embroidered Hemstitched nnd Scol loped Handkerchicfdozen of dainty patterns regu lar lOc quality this week for So SPECIAL Come early and get some of these bargains Dont forget we save you from 25 to 35 per cent on all Underwear for gents ladies and children We also carry n nice line of Working Shirts The place to do your trading is at the BAZAARSTORE 312 MAIN ST- FRANKFORT KY SAMUEL RODDE PROPRIETOR DO GOODIT PAYS thntGoodestate deedssome of the latter aro worthless Act kindly and gently helpinghandby it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are truthIfullCough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there is no danger what ever from pneumonia when you use Iknowmany a time Sold by all druggists OASTOaJA BoughtBl9t irc OLD PAPERS FOR SALE We have several hundred old Applygentlemanago business for an old established standingAMonlnywithquarters Money advanced for expenses Enclose addressed envoi ope Manager 860 Cnxton Bldg Chicago HiOt ARRESTED Officer Wingato Thompson Caught an Intruder Just in Time It is important to make an arrest if possible boforo a crime is com POliCl1l11lUlIkidney troubles before it was too late tolls how to make tho arrest Win era to Thompson police officer Ordinarybackache the average mortal but when there is added to it trouble with tho kidney secretions which embarrasses you during the day and breaks your sleep at night it is no wonder tho suiroror is miserable and welcomes the moans ho employs to got relief It is hard enough for any onto to endure all such suffering and mis myselfituntil learned about Doans Kid remedythatclaimed for it I procured a box of the pills at 1 W Gaylos drug store and its use corrected tho kidney secretions relieved the dreadful gelling in my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about Deans Kidney Pills They do exactly as rep resented For sale by all dealers Price f 0 cents FostorMilbum Co Buffalo X Y solo agents for tho United States Remember the name Denims and take no substitute- A THOUGHTFUL MAN M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in tho hour of need His wife had such an un usual case of stomach and liver helphorKings New Lifo Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all druggists KoGoJ Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS Tho first and third Tuesdays of aoh month at approximately half rates to see tho magnificent crops of time west and northwest and to rapidlyWrite us describing your trip The Burlington Lines are the main traveled roads through the west and northwest W M Shaw D P A 430 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio L W Wakoloy Gonl Passr Agent St Louis M- oCASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boug- htt0f Bears thed LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALIFORNIA From September 15 until Novem ber 80 1003 the Burlington makes very low oneway colonist rates to WashlllgtonIdaho from 25 to 40 per coat from tho rog ular rates THE WAY TO GO The Burlington with its strong main lines and free chair cars best roaches the West and Northwest via Denver Billings or St Paul oll1he BurlingtonNorthern Pacific throughtrainsleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and intermediate pointsTO CALIFORNIA The Burlingtons weekly personally conducted California excursions in through tourist sleepers are just tho thing for coast tourists und settlors Tho route is Denver Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake HOMESEEKERS1 EXCURSIONS These aro run tho first and third approximatelytrip It will ho a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to anyinquiriesL Genl Passr Agent MoiD P A 40 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER I Kentuckyg0 i a I ir 1t 111 f fi l i WINTERS COMING I zJI CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK JPOICBJRS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS HOOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G 1 STAGG 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1003 EASTBOUND WESTBOUNt Doily No INo1 No8 SunlMlEx Ex Daily MLeave25 i45 0 Lexington 0 1010 8ir Winchester III 520 8 Olii Olay City III 4304H5449 008 Torrent 74ii0 Hcnttyvillo Junction 825 015 10211I 94TacltR 1II i2tlI 225 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No No Doily nIIally Ex Send Ex DallyEx hits LyeIA M Lye P1 P M Ar Pl Ar o 980 285 Jackson nno 1220 0 08 K Junction 115 1126 843 158 WIlhurst 4i 1l 20152 Hampton 4i0 1168 750 128 Lee 510 1222 i41 122 Holechmva 58 1229 i15 105 Cannel City 545 1245 119 and will make close connection at O K Junction with Not 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Mnnacer G P A H b BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A Cor 4th and Market SU Louiavil sw HANDSOME WINDOWS FonI SALE The Building Committee of the First Baptist Church have ton very fine stained glass windows for sale A groat bargain can be obtained by inquiring of Dr U V Williams W S Farmer or O C Kennoy members of that committee tf For a pleasant physio take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists 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 and garret is offered for sale at a bargain The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office New Fast TrainTO Colorado UTAH HI 19Thom daily Tho evening trains to same points serviceThroughinco Excursion tickets now on sale For addressKTGTray Pass Art Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo ofieharacter quired to represent and advertise hllldnosshonRoSalary 2100 weekly with expenses cashlirectfurnishedencoK Enclose selfaddressed en DombornStWANTED TO MORROW f8GOO OR 4000 inFrnnltlinAddress this olllce Sept lflam 37f genuinLaxativethe remedy that cures cold in one day It was almost a miracle Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of n thebodyJulia Fllbridge West Cornell Conn I