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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 11THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance J YOL XXVrLFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOY 28 1903 NO 12 HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE THIS YEAR THE MOST Ilirrif BEAUTIFUL AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF or DISPLAY PURIIDELIVER THEM ON CHRISTMAS MORNING 212214 ST CLAIR ST uo OFFICIAL VOTE The following is tho official vote in the recent election for State secru1tarC W Beckham D 220014 11 B Bolknap R 027i4 4830IAlfred Sohmutx S 1615Beul- thamH 20250 FOR INORW P Thorno D 228086 J B Wilhoit R 180140- O T Wallace P 4714 F R Mnrkel S 2040 James Doyle S D 054 Thornes plurality 28937 FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL N B Hays D 222788 W M Beckner R 198606 William Stone P 4524 Richard Duckwall S 599 Hays plurality 24182 FOR AUDITOR PUBLIC AC COUNTS S W HllKer 222627 George W Welsh R 198807 R S nRtlu P 4528 J C Wells S 1999 Thomas Sweeney S D 54- 4Hagors plurality 24260 FOR TREASURER- H M Bosworth D 222790 John A Black R 198178 J A Barrall P 4520 lamps H Potoek S 14i L Klionhon S D 5H2 Bosworths plurality 24012 FOR SECRETARY OF STATE H V McChesney D 2224550 Jesse C Speight R 1080211 Charles Brevard S 4of Olaf Pearson S 1994 Frank G tley S D K- MMcChosneys plurality 2380i FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION James H Fuqua Sr D 222650 198107 Miss H E Brooks P 4525 Daniel Bond S 2006 Louis Flesoher S D 542 Fuquas plurality 24548 FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE Hubert Vreeland P222015Ge- orge Baker R 197760 R H Ammerman P 4527 A A Lewis S 2024 James OHearn S D 629 Vcorlands plurality 24255 FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF WEALS J Morgan Chinn D 222847 J H Newman R 108405 B C McMath P 2653 Emilo Guth S 585 Chinns plurality 28042 FOR RAILROAD cOil ns SIONER First district Mel Ferguson D 78740 No opposition Cravats Fancy Shirts Fancy Socks Sweaters HandkerchiefsUmbrellas Leather Slippers Felt MedallionsBox GamesBibles Calendars BK McCLURE SON McCartneyR Slippers Second district In O McChord D ji N C Curtton McChords 56087 majority lS07 Third district R K Hart n 63240 A T Silor R 76517 Silers majority 5272 OAST RIAI BhctJ rs BADLY HUB A little son of Mr Wood McGin nis was so unfortunate as to fall into a collar at tho home of his father on Saturday striking his bark on a beam and initiating in juries that are very serious if not fatalANOTHER BIG LAWRENCE BURG FfRE Our little sister city of Lawrence burg was visited by a big fire on Sunday It burned the big cooper shop of Dowling Bros and some seven or eight more small cottages Tho loss was pretty heavy Another pressing argument in favor of the now waterworks just voted The loss of tho ooopershop will inflict further heavy loss in the big force of coopers thrown out of work FRANKFORT LICENTUCKY IFjNE HORSE STOLEN IA flee iron gray saddle mare to Stui1let from the stable of Mr lobe rt Spencer who lives at tho Callery place on tho Versailles pipe A reward will be paid for the recovery of the horse and tho conviction o the thief Later Tho horse was found n Nicholasville pretty badly usod up POSTPONED The argument in the case of Ja- B Howard accused of the murdo of Senator Goobel was postpones on Tuesday until tho third day the January term of the Court Appeals A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does f the stomach that which it is ble to do for itsef even when hut slightly disordered or overloaded Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach re lazing the nervous tension Ivhi the inflamed muscles of that o gan are allowed to rest and hen Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ligeS what you eat und enables t stomach and digestive organs transform all food into rich re d blood Sold by J W Gayle 1 largeline OfthlsiMas NoveltiesSuch Fancy Boxes Albums Toilet Sets Shaving Sets Fancy China Ware Vases Dolls Doll Heads Etc Also a Beautiful Line of Handkerchiefs for Ladies Gents and Children A Big Stock of Umbrellas at 50c to 500 Each Just Received Another Lot of Zibelines in the Durable Shades Extra Values at 50c Pr Yard I CKaginBro 41 St Clair St Bridge 5111RIA1 8 1BLAZEcAt 100 on Saturday morning an alarm from box L4 called the de partmont to the residence of Mr M A Niches on Holmes street where it was found that a summer f kitchen was in a blaze The fire was soon extinguished with a loss jOIDr Weavers Treatment Syrup for tho blood Cerate for akin eruptions DAUGHTERS CONFEDERACY rhe regular mooting of the willcof Mrs E L Samuel Saturday December 5 JOO at2HOp m All members requested to attend orBUYS A HOME Mr JMorgan China Clerk of purrcorner of Third and Main streets Insurancerrucon propertyt OASTO 5KL rABean thocLt1e EGI- lor PERSONA Dr W Godfrey Hunter of Burks ville was hear this wool Hon loo W Hickman of Cnl houn was a visitor hero this week Mr D C Edwards of London was in tho city Monday Miss Tda Kennedy is visiting friends in Louisville NiJ B Lewis of this olllce spent Sunday in Versailles Col A D Martin wife and ohil dren have gone to Chicago Ills Mrs E C Tinsloy went to Cin cinnati on Tuusday Mrs W H Kidd left Wedno lay for a visit to friends in Lexington Editor John R Dryden Sr went to Cincinnati Ohio yesterday Capt T West returned from Eastern Kentucky Thursday night Mr Ed Jouott and wife of Switzer visited hero Thursday Mr W W Edwards and wife of Harrodshurg are visiting his uncle Capt C U Furr Third street this weekMessrs James and Wicklilfo Staten of Shelby county were visit ors here this week State Inspector of Mines C Norwood of Lexington was in the city Tuesday Mrs Johnston Barrett of Cincin nati was the guest of relatives here this week Mrs D B Walcutt of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Robert Boyd Robertson Third street this week Mr W H Posey and wife ore visiting relatives in Washington CityJudge B L D GutTy of Morgan- town Representative elect from Butler county was here this week Miss Irene Metts of Forks of Elkhorn is tho guest of her sister Mrs Nora Deakins of Louisville Mrs R A Bohannan and son of Jackson visited relatives hero this week PittsburgPerin Mr R P mmitt Noonan and bride returned Tuesday night from their wedding trip Messrs Harry and W Jeffers visited relatives in Lexington this weekHon Goo H Alexander of Lou isville was In attendance upon the Oourfc of Appeals this week Judge Jere R Morton of Lexing ton was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Miss Edith Posey who has been visiting friends in Louisville has returned home Mrs Joseph Breckinridgo and daughter Miss Hazel of Washin-gton City visited here this week fl1 P Touett of Winchester was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Col W Preston Kimball of Lox ington was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Col Thos M Porter and wife of JCpvington were visitors here this week R T Welch of Nicholasville IDrculled horo on Tuesday night Mrs Jos R Newton PMv Oscar Farmer of Louisville oWasUib uost of his cousin Mr W S Farmer this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spwit Thanksgiving Day in Ver sailles Capt Joe A Black of Kansas City Mo was the guest of his sis AoMrs Helen McClure this week t Miss Nellie Murphy of this office visited friends in Lexington VhankHgivin Day JudgeC E Booe wife daughter ftnti yon went to Flemingsburg to spand Thanksgiving Day Mr I Davis visited his son Dr Maurice S Davis in Lexington on Wednesday Dr John Jouett and wife of Em Mnence wore guests of relatives lbe re on Thursday 03r E Curl Roomeleo tG and slaughter of Owen coq j were guests of relatives here Thursday Mr John S Morris was the guest Of his sister Mrs C W Saliell Second street this week Capt Julian Kersey of Louis vine was culled here Thuisday by atho death of His mother Mr H Price Taylor of St Louis Mo was the guest of his mother Mrs Annie M Taylor this week Mr D h Konnudy wept to Cin cinnati 0 yesterday to purchase fixtures for his now saloon 4REMOVALW E BAXTER- D D S D ctus removed his ofllci to room in the Baxter Building liouthIlIltOII1UI St Gluir uml Broad wuy entrance on St Gltiir Special attention Kivon to tho higher brunehi of Dental H1I and to diseases of tIll jioiuli Nose and I PAth phones Now No Old Nu lIiJUtI rplllllyrN Mrs Shelter Richardson left Wed nesday for a two weeks visit to her sister in Lagrange County Attorney W O Davis and Attorney Field MeLood of Versailles were in the city yesterday Rev John H lurclli of Mt Eden was in tho city on NVtdnes clay Mr CMms DnllJof Rich Hill Mo is tho truest of his sister Mrs Virginia Iitt in this city Mr Jos H Kwalt and bride of Kolsorton IJonrbon county won in the city Monday Mr Thos IL ttndmnn of Mt Sterling was a visitor here this week Mrs E C OUt nl teal daughter Miss Helen spent Sunday ill Mt Sterling their old house Mr M E Cordon was in Ver sailles Sunday looking over Iris business there in his branch house Mr Eugeuo Tripl tt nnd bride have returned from their wedding tripMiss Elizabeth Haxelrigg is visiting friends in lit Sterling her old homeJudge George Denny of Lexington State Election Commissioner was in the city Monday Mrs J Gray McLean is the guest of her sister Mrs C W Dorsey at Crescent Hill this week Miss Lottie E Stoll of Louis ville who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Guy Barrett has re turned home Mr W R Slmekolford of Richmond spent Sunday and Monday in this the guest of the Misses Pepper on West Main street Mr John B Dryden and wifo visited his brother Mr David C Dryden in Dayton Ohio this D J McNanmra Manager and Lessee of the Capital Opera House spout Thanksgiving Day ut Lexington Mr Geo A Lewis Grand Corn mailer Knights Templnr of Ken tucky visited and inspected Lob anon Commandery on Thursday Mrs Sallie Kent of Shelby coun ty was the guest of her mother Mrs John L Zeigler West Side this week Master Walter Martin who is attending Colle e at Wilmore is nt home for tho holidays to visit his motherMr Vm H McClure of Bound Brook N J was the guest of his parents Mr R K McClure and wife this week Mrs Elmer Vreeland left Tues day for Louisville en route to visit her son Rev J H Vreeland in FloridaMr T Lewis who is a stu dent at Kentucky State College Lexington was the guest of his father Mr1 B Lewis part of the Thanksgiving holiday in this city Mr Western Furl left Tuesday for Pittsburg Penn to make that city his future home having secured a position in the office of the Her cules Powder Co Mr W J Haverstick Inspector of Public Buildings was hero Friday and inspected the Customhouse and the ofllces therein He hauled the boys over the coals Wm and James Mont gomery who have been at home from Virginia Military Institute on account of an epidemic of typhoid fever returned to school on Sunday nightJudge J H Haelrigc Mr Dyke Hazolricur Mr Pruett Graham Ir- E M Wallace Mr R H Borry man and Mr John H Brand re turned Saturday from a hunting trip in Eastern Kentucky Mrs D W Lindsey Sr enter tained her lady friends on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs D Weisiger Lindsay Jr with an elegant and delightful luncheon A large number of the best ladies of our city attended Capt Mark W Larkin of Chi cago Ill a prominent Knight Templar and Shrinor has been spending a few days in the city the truest of his cousin Mr David L Holland Capt Larkin is car tracer for the Erie Railroad and loaves tonight for Brunswick On BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH r M McHuny Greenville Tex writes Nov 2tl 100 I had rheumatism last winter was down ill bed six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a friend gave mo a part of a bottle of Mallards Snow Liniment I used it und got two more bottles It cured mo fund havent felt any rheum atism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best lin iment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neural gic pains rub in Mallards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 25o 3Qc and 100 at Paul BWeitzels LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for tho week enllug November 28 1503 Anderson Elijah W Bush Mrs Litjo Caldwell Jim Col Carch Miss Mario Cheek Winlock- Cruncher Nicholas Oainos Harrold- Ciord Miss Helen CharleyHam Hardin Miss Estella Hard man H hurls Mrs M S Harrison 1 Harrod Miss Monia Holt Mrs Frank Holt Andrews Hook Miss Almittio 2 Howard Mrs Eubi MayLaCrosse Co Lee B D neh H J McClayin Mr and Mrs McKissiok Andrew Madden Miss Addio- Morritt John Merritr Mss Dora Murri weather Miss Mary Miner C N Rice Miss Nannie Rowbottom Mrs Lillie Shoemate J E Smith Miss Ida Stephenson S F The Litsey Chemical Co Thomas Miss Lizzie Thomas Miss Fannio Wood D F Persons calling for time above let ters will please say they are advertised E M DRANE P M SPLENDID CITY PROPERTY A- TCOMMISSIONERS SALE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT R A Peter Ailinr ftc vs L F Johnson equityByII1nt rendfml in tin above ciiuse tit September term I will sell ut public sale to tho hiuhest and hest bidder on MONDAY DECEMBER tit the court house door in the city of Frankfort be tween the hours ot clock nm and 8 oclock p in on n credit of stud months in equal installments the following property towit Tint house and lot on the northeast corner of Wnpping and Washington streets in Frnnk fort Ky fronting feet on tho north side of Wappincstreet and extending buck northward about nd is bounded on the north bv the lot of G L Payne on the east by Catfish alloy on the south by upping street and on tho West by Washington street and for the purpose of tho lot cum be divided into four as follows All four of said lots to bo lull off fronting on Wnpping street the first lot to at the northeast corner of Wnp ping and Washington streets thence with tho cast side of Washington street northward about feet toG L Payne corner tlicncu eastward with the south line of Pa ns lot feet thence southward parallel with Washington street about feet to the north Him of Napping street thence westward with tho of Wupping street feet to the beginning Tho lot will include tho dwelling house end is bounded follows Beginning on Wupping street at tIll southeast corner of lot No lat a feet from Washington street thenco northward with tutu east hue of lot No parallel with Washington street about feet to G Paynos southern line thence eastward with Pnynes southern lino feet thence southwardiind parallel with Washing ton street about feet to north lino of Wapping street thence westward with said north lino of Wupping street feet to the bo ginning Tin lot will begin at the southeast car nor of lot No at a point feet eastward from Washington street on the north line of Wapnimr street theneo northward with the east line of lot No end parallel with Wash ington stro t shout feet to south line of G It Parses lot thence eastward with said south tine of PIIIWH lot feet thence south ward and Tuinillcl with Washington street about feet to tho north line of Wnpping street thence westward with said lino of sai1- street feet to the beginning The fourth lot will login at the southeast corner of lot No on tho north linn of Wap pint strict ut a point feet eastward from Washington street running thence north ward with the wirt line of lot No nand parallel with Wellington street about feet to tho south lieu of G L Pay nuH lot thenco eastward with said south line of Paynos lot about feet to tho west line of Catfish alley and corner with G L Payne thence south the west lino of flhout12 feet to Wupping street thence westward with the Wup street anent feet to the beginning- I will first offer for suleeuch of said four par eels separately I will then offer lots und as one parcel lots 0 and separately I will lots und us ont and lot then separately I will then offer for sale the entire property as a whole und in whichever way most money id reulieed tho sale will bo made Purchaser to give bond with good and suf ficient surety bearing Interest from date to have tho force and effect of u replevin bond A lien will be reserved on the property sold until all tho purchase money paid ltd Muster commissioner FOR SALE A surrey Almost new Apply to JAS W WHITEHOUSE a 12tf STEPPED AGAINST A HOT STOVE A child of Mrs Goo T Benson when getting his usiwl Saturday night hath stopped hack against a hot stove which burned him severely Tho child was in great agony und his mother could do nothing to pacify him Remem bering Pain Balm in the house slime thought she would try it In less than slmlf an hour after ap plying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson is a well known resubmit of Kellar Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic lini ment and especially valuable for iiirns cuts bruises und sprains For sale by all druggists l CASTORIAAedctablcPrcparationforAs slmi1 Ung Iing thcStomncl1s muU30wcls of 1nessandRestContains nmP lnrswIELPl1r3IE satlJAlXrtnlJll ConstipaHon SVorms Convulsions Fcveris h ness midLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPYOF m l CASTORIA r For Infants and Childrent The Kind You Have Always BoughtI Bears the- Signature of TheI KindH You Nave Always Boug- htCASTORIA Wedding Gifts WE offer you a stock ofIcarefully selected articles in Sterling Silver Cut Glass Clocks JewelryAll 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 KENTUCKYr F y j S D JOHNSON OO311 MAIN STREET Marked Down Sale of Stocks for next Ten Days THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS SEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medicine posi CoughsColdsmonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 500IT- rial bottle free c I 1IvMARRIES HULETT KENDALL In this city on Saturday Mr Wm A HuI lett and Miss Kato Kendall both of this county wore married by Judge J H Polsgrove oltyJand Mrs Rebecca A Hagan were marriedSMITHLUOASAt the Buck Run Baptist Church at the Forks of Elkhorn on Wednesday Mr Ernest Smith and Miss Mattie Lu cas were married Mr Smith is a vaiuod employe of the Baker Distillery at the Forks of Elkhorn His fair bride is the accomplished and handsome daugh ter of Mr Mason B Lucas and wife Hearty congratulations are ex tended SCHROFFSULLlVANIn this city on Wednesday Mr SchroJI and Miss Jennie LouisI were married by Rev Father Major at the Church of the Good Shepherd FIRE THURSDAY MORNING At a oclock on Thursday morning an alarm from box 80 called the department to the sawmill of Congleton Bros whore their green house was found to bo ou fire By hard work tho fire was confined to the green house Tho loss I lIpamounte1 to about 111- 0THANKSGIVING DAY This holiday was pretty generally observed in this city The banks postofflco and public offices gen orally were closed The greater part ot our business houses closed in tho afternoon The first and latter part of tho day woro bright and cool but tho wind blow about noon and later and the weather was cloudy with a slight fall of snow GERMAN SYRUP We want to impress on our read Syrupison tho market today that does ro liove and cure consumption It pnrotarhave been so hl endorsed for the euro of coughs colds and con sumption by the great medical con grosses the consumptive whether disease is in tho throat or lungs must have rest at night and bo free from tho spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning Tho diseased parts want rost healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and perma 0 vent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all drugg sts yr l CLOAKS 1298 for Cloaks worth 750 to S1OOO 498 for Cloaks worth 1200 to 122 I RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Cliinn Rector will preach at Ill in Sunday 00i a Sundayschool session chapelii Prayer mon On account of Union Services at Opera House there will he no ser vices Sunday or evening Wednesday Evening Prayer and Short Lec ture at 780 p m Friday 780 p m In the Guild Room Sundayschool Conference and dis cussion of the lesson for following free and public cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m in the courthouse 11 n in Subject The Impossi bility of Renewing One Who Falls from Grace 730 p m Subject Pauls An swer in Romans 6th Chapter To The Charge that Believers Security Ministers to Sin- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the courthouse Prayermooting on Thursday evening at 730 oclock in the Sun daySchool room of the first Presbyterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the Pastor will at 11 a m nrIIoounta m the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets atchapelLeader Topic Religion Between Sun daysThe Junior Endeavor Society will sleet in the chapel at 830 oclock Friday afternoon Prayermeeting Wednesday oven chapelTopicThe public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers hi the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 750- Sundayschool at 2 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov J McClusky Blayney D I the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p in Sundayschool at 946 a m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m The public is cordially invited to attendIMETHODIST CH CJRCH Rov C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at lla m No evening service- Sundayschool itt U80 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11 a m No evening service proaohthomono Sundayschool at 030 a in Young PeoploH Society at 080 Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 lhe public cordially invited to attend overyIyear Electric Oil in the house just when hOl1sIevery Marked Down sale o- fDress goodsF- or the Next Ten days Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening strengthening the mucous andIlining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick andStrength to tha Weak Bottles timesthePrepared by B DeWitt b Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug gist10To CHICAGO AND BE- TURNl0 Account International Live Stock Exposition November Sth to December nrli via Monun Route Tickets will he sold via Motion Route from Louisville to Chicago and return account of the Live Stock Exposition on November nth BOth and December 1st good returning until December 7th ati 10 Full particulars furnished by and sleeping and parlor car 1eservai tions will be made on application to H H Bacon p P A Motion Route Louisville Ky 11at DO YOU 1VANl10 YA lN7 Feel cold shiverings aching In tho bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms nay be followed by vio lent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Herbine elites it Take it bofore the disease gets a fair hold thouirh it will work a care in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester o1rIgreat soy oral yearn There is nothing bet tor for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and for a bloodpurifying tonic there is noth ins as good 50c at Paul B Weit zols FOR A BAD COLD If you have u bud cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlains Cough Remedy toIloosen and relieve it and to the irritation and inflammation of the throat HUt lungs The proportieslof favorite everywhere For sale by all L4 + Ourj HOLIDAYSAre t choice collection rT Pleasant to take r Laxefive Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and theii extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bovels 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 that any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE FOR FINfJWATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY I CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY Fine watch and jewelry repairing a specialty All work and goods strictly warranted The highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchange for new work Jan 1003 ly J J PNI- YItitLtli6u MAKING ROOM FOR OUR LARGE LINEt11MtLwMlY9A OF 1Ljl PcrPfiZj J30LIID GOODW F ii 1 mJ m i1 JDIL1 it1W li lt w ITB1 4 mlY NRY YYLlalRi WY16P1T11Y ON116 is necessary that wo must cut prices in every department Our stock of Ssl 1 Dress Goods Cloaks Dry Goods Hosiery Underwear Etc I Is wry complete at this season so we will have no trouble to please you in quality and price I I r = I WEITZELSOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 1 Tie FranRfortRounttaDout n Entered at the postoHlce at Frankfort Ken tucks us secondda ss mailable irmtur OED A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 28 1903 COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout Kindly permit mo space for a few incongruvial remarks anent the followingThe Mill Precinct in Franklin county about 12 miles from Frankfort is beyond all doubt the banner Democratic precinct in the State and will be invited to lend the parade at Gov Reekhams inauguration December 8 In this precinct there were 217 votes cast for the Democratic ticket but not one for the Republican ticket We hud suggested that every precinct in the State do this way but this was tho only ono that had enough democracy and real political de conc in it to heed our suggestion Carlisle Democrat There is no doubt about the fact that Baileys Mill is the banner Democratic precinct and if the way things were done there is a sample of the way things wore done wOndeljtl1l1t For instance in the aforesaid reI duet there are only H3 voters of all ages and conditions and when those flo oan be spread out so as to cover a sumo total of 217 what could LexIingtonSIX or BiO voters If that kind uf thing Is to be ex tolled us roil political decency its about time to abolish elections and save the expense by letting a lot of fellows get together at the county seat und apportion the vote i as they think it ought to be at the different precincts and let hor goat thatEnough Democracy and real political decency Shades of Jefferson and Jackson defend us We believe the Woodcock made a remark once upon a time as ho flew away OLD TIME DEMOCRAT Bears OASTOaA of thoct NO REASONABLE MAN Imagines that a neglected cold can be cured in a day countable libeelIsht the 1ungsOolI- nflamed and the throat is as tender as an open sore But time and Allens Lung Halsam will overcome the cold and slave oil consumption The eough will cease and the lungs will be sound as a new dollar All druggists soil Allens Lung Balsam t ARRESTED Deputy Sheriff Ed Pearce ar rested ono Ed Crumley at Jolts Station on Wednesday lust and lodged limn in jell charged with striking a man with a pull of brass nucklo and also with striking a woman lives Ire a terrible torment to tho little folks find to source older onc3 Easily uroI1malloOlllt ment borer iuil instant relief permanent ouru At any drug store 50 cents CENTRAL WILL CELEBRATE Preparations are being made at the Central High school to cele brate the victory of Howard Hud son and Miss Lulu Hayes who won first honors last night in the preparatory school contest in oratory at the University of Chicago A large number of Central students called at the school today and talked of the victory A reception will be tendered the schools representatives Addresses will be made and school songs sung The awarding of first place to Mr Hudson and Miss Hayes is a signal victory because they were competition with representatives Iln high schools of four States Michigan Wisconsin and Kansas Mr Hudson was in competition with seventeen young men while Miss Hayes defeated twenty young women in her class Miss Hayes is the daughter of Mr and Mrs F M Hayes of 1205 Michigan avenue She is in her senior year at Central High school and is regarded us a thorough stu dent She has devoted much time to elocution and literary work Miss Hayes road Jonn sons In the is 18 Howard years of ageIby birth He chose for his subject Gradys oration Time Now South Ho is the son of Dr and Mrs T H Hudson of 1001 Prospect avenue Mr Hudson is now in his senior year at Central and expects tj complete his education with a course at an Eastern college He has excelled III oratory and elocu tion during his four years course The contestants were aceom1 parried to Chicago by Prof lCammack principal of Central High school Hud are expected to return homo either tonight or to morrow morning Central has gained n wide reputation among nigh schools of the country because of the success of the representatives in the past The victory of and Miss Hn s recalls WJ111ford14 Oa MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two we put me in my teens again writesI ll H Turner of Dumpsoytown Pa Theyre time best in time world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only iyc at all druggists ADJOURNED COURT on The Court of Appeals adjourned Wednesday morning until 7ues lily next to allord the Judges and olllcers an opportunity to observe Thanksgiving Day at their homos CUPID OF PJ L1C S AFJEH JO YEARS Mr C IHlwyof Geneva 0 iad the piles for 10 years Doe orri and dollars iould do him no lasting KOUI DeWiUs Vitch laxel Salvo cured him pcrnm lently Invaluable for cuts harms iruises sprains lacerations ece im totter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the lame De Witt on the package ill others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by f W Gayle 1t MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses WeaK ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room Read the following I have always been healthy with the ex ception of a touch of rheumatism since my aoe came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some ago I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when ne departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of stomach soon told my general health had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in beda greater part of the time Within a weekafter the time I began Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonicwas about the house I continued their use untilcompletely cured My faith in Dr has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter hav ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid- results in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the Anti Pain Pills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia bv their ue I know of a number of others whom yourmedicine has helped in a you continued success MRSFRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CAUCUS NOMINEES The following gentlemen wore nominated by the caucus of tho new City Council to fill the several city olllees for the next year being elected by secret ballot dry lerkW So Polsgrove Tax Collector D P Richardson Engineer R A Frazier City Physician 1 Lampton PriceCity AttorneyT Hitor Crockett Workhouse Keeper Richard To bin Jr- AssessorFrank Rogers Treasurer Frank Hewitt- BrldgekeeperW B Larkin Janitor City Hallw F Russell JrFire Department E Hickory Taylor Chief George Conway Austin Trlplett George Brawner Mayor Pro clIIWm Congloton The new City Council will enter upon their duties on Monday De cember 7 and the gentlemen above named will bo elected at the first meeting of time Board WANTED Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at tho quiet 7tf In marked contrast to time groat number of patent medicine cure alls and secret preparations is Val thers Port This preparation claims no virtues no mysterious uuinj position and does not presume upon time Intelligence of the people by pretending to ho a sovereign cure fur nil tliu ills to which the llosh is heir- Walthers Peptuied Port conies its a common sense tonic composed of two wellknown remedies port wine and pepsin abut the ellleucy of which there is no question 1v CJayle Frankfort soils Walthorts Ioptoniud Port Small size r0 cents largo size 1 JIIFI a ODONNELL 11 IA PORTRAIT WITH A MORAL MagIIStandard Oil Magnate whoso meth ods are being so mercilessly re vealed in the Maine publication The picture is full of human inter est It is a profile the profile of a hard old man with a cunning pointed chin and n mouth closed tight like a leather pouchpurse A skullcap covers the absolutely bald head the cheeks are hard as parchment the eyes deepset The ensemble is one almost incredibly hard and cunning and yet from its contemplation it is riot fear or dislike that we feel as much as pity In that visage there is no Ufo no blood no merriment It Is a death mask a deathmask in whose rigid lines lilt congealed cold cruel cal culating greed and dread dread almost pitiful Theres a whole Hormon in that onepage picture of George Varian FORTY HOURS DEVOTION What is known to time Catholic world as Forty Hours Devotion were held his week at the Church of the Good Shepherd commenc ing on Tuesday morning Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases FINE YOUNG MAN We regret to learn that our young friend Mr J W Daughorty one of thy corps of agents for the Prudential Life Insurance Co expects to leave our city on Monday November 80 Mr Daugherty has been here but little over a year and has mado an enviable rocord as a hustling agent and ilrsrclasB clover fellow with a big crowd of friends The Prudential keeps a close eye upon its workers and good mien are quickly recognized and pro moted It is sti in this ono Mr Daugherty leas boon selected as Detached Assistant Superintendent of that company at Mt Vernon TndWhile we regret to give him up we congratulate him upon his de served promotion and wish limn abundant success in his now field of labor Superintendent W H Watts will bo put to it to get as good a mUll Walter Daugherty to Jill his place STANDARD OIL In the December MoCliiro Miss Tarboll takes up again her History of tho Standard Oil Company In hor tranquil passionless way so tranquil indued that in contrast with the stupendousness of its revelations it takes at times tho air of colt irony she continues to make revolution after rovulation by unimpeachable hllulwdI and day after day her that dread weird omiiI cent Power the Standard Oil Company becomes more vivid and more aw fill Miss Tarbulls work is begin ning to assume proportions almost epic 7I genuineLaxative the remedy that caret u cold in one dui A SOMETHING r PSlAh Thirtytwo days ago on Monday n line Jersey cow of Mr Powen Henry which was being pn turodIby Mr Clint Shields was missedjfront the pasture Mr Henry adIvertised the loss in time Roundabout and other papers On Monday afternoon Mr Shields was passing near an overturned rick of wheat straw when he ob served a movement under time straw Upon investigation the cow was found under the rick as thin as a rail but otherwise unin jured limo animal had not tasted water for tho wholo time and had lived on time straw The question is how did the cow get under the straw Sho certainly possesses a splon did vitality LOST ITS FRANCHISE By a dispatch from Versailles we learn that the Municipal Bond and Securities Co of Cincinnati his lost their franchise to build an electric ralway from this city to Versailles by falling to file the re quired bond for 2500 to complete time road by December 31 1101 Time time limit expired on Monday night Hows this Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take ScottsIEmulsionTo j fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them allfbone flesh blood andw nerveIFor invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve we will send you a free sample Be sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Yw150c and all druggists 1 I 11TE1SIS OF INTERESTu Keeping up with the styles is UPI CLOAK STOCK 1Isonable prices New Cloaks and Suits shown every week to ono and all Health not so geo1 several on sick list Among the number are the following Mrs Lulie Jordon who is very ill with consumption Mrs Wilson Moore who has been ill for several days is somewhat W Perkins who has been confined to her ruom for several days with fever is able to bo out wee Cinthia Moore who r has been ill with whooping cough is improved at this time Among the visitors are the fol Moore and wife visited relatives at Louisville Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Cook was the guest of Miss Addle Moore Sunday night Miss Acldio Moore was the guest of her aunt Mrs Sarah Moore part of this week Look for a bid to the weddings during Xmas holidays Among the many may bo the widow Ribs and hot sausages are on the roll Come Dud tine wont you Mr W 3J Moore and wife were in town one day this week CLOSE OBSERVER The great American trouble is digestion largely a result of the great American habit of hum Hastily swallowed meals are probably the greatest cause of indi gestion Time stomach is given more than its share of work and is weakened The first thing to do in correcting the trouble is to stop list eating Such a tonic is NValthers Iepton ied Jort a simple combination of pure pepsin and good port wine to bo had nt J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky Small size ul cents large size 1 MISS BOB WHITE Bob White has broken for big business and opened several now theatres where capacity has been tested but it scored in Atlantic City a record c which is likely to exist for some time It opened its season at the theatre on Youngs Pier in that place They hall played A Chinese Honeymoon and was succeeded by The Silver Slipper which holds time record for big business at Atlantic City John Young vet oran lifo saver and fisherman now proprietor of the amusement inter ests in tho Jersey metropolis freely that ho made more money ofT Miss Bob Whltetho play gave better satisfaction and ho had imiro peoplo on his pier luring its two wenks engagement thou at any ono time since he has played to tho public by the sad sea waves Miss Hob White hIs been hooked hero and will ho soon in a few weeks STEP BACKWARD Wo regret to seo that tho Court of Appeals recently rendered a de cision tint virtually knocks out the local option law It hold that it was no violation of law fur any ono to CM VE another drink of whisky oven whcro the law says that it shall he unlawful to sell or give away whisky oa sIJ C iABears llaB Signature J- of UU Are necessary those cold days and required by the present modes Our stuck is choice in styles quality and values COMFORTS Beautiful Patterns Cotton Wool or Down L w S FiHMEHJACKSONVILLE Thanksgiving improvedMrs againLittle lowingMr gooddigestive itnpoverish01 111I8sJ11HIl acknowledges amusementloving thelimo FURS absolutely BED IIN MEMO UT AM Diedon Pea Ridge Franklin county November 19 190JJ Mrs Rebecca Jane Tracey beloved wife of Mr Win N Tracey aged 7U yearsPeaceful bo thy silent slumber Peaceful in the grave so low Thou no more wilt join our numbor Thou no more our tears shall know Dearest mother thou hast loft us And thy loss WH deeply feel limit tis God that hath bereft us Ho can all our sorrows heal Yot again we hope to moot theo When time cares of life have fled Then in heaven with joy well thcei tear is shod Dear wife you are gone but not forgottenNoot your memory fade lingerRoundlaid ELLEN THE CANDY MAN He is ono of the Frankfort Wit nesses Who Testifies proofInMany witnesses All volunteers saysW of Fra ziors Candy Kitchen 45 St Clair St residing at No f Second St says The olllcacy of Doans Kid ney Pills was amply proven in my case suffered from backache a great Ia1often so severely that I could hardly turn in bell In the morning when i got up it was a common thing to feel hula and sore in time hack Being on my foot so much of the time in my store doubt tended to aggravate trouble Anxious to find HOIIIO thoI lief and a permanent euro if siblo tt lien I learned of Kidney Pills und saw thorn so highly recommended by peoplo liv Gaylesdrugglad surprise to me to fled that after taking them for a lay or two they wero removing the pain continued tho treatment and by thoI time I had finished tho hox the trouble was entirely removed Up to late huge felt no recurrence It is a pleasure to mo to endorse this preparation For sole by all dealers Price r0 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffalo IN Y solo agents for tho United States Remember the name Doans and take no substitute NEW FUNERAL CARIMessrs R Rogers tf Suns have recently purchased a splendid now funeral car rendered necessary by thuir increasing business THAT NEW SAWMILL The work of refitting tho Old Champion Sawmill on tho West- Side is being rapidly done It will bo ready for work about time first tide hah brings logs from tho upper river points A tfTAKTLING TKST To save a lift Dr T G Mer rill of No Mehopany Ja made a startling cure lIt writes a patient was attacked with violent Intllrhitges IlIlSld 3 ti0mlIitln of the stomach had often found Kloclrif Hitlers excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from tie lira and has not haiIIII attack in 11 months IClectric Hitters are positively guaranteed fur Dyspep sia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them On ly 50o at all druggists Jit You will want a now dross fur Xinas Now is time to get it to hays it readv fOetho occasion rBEST These are the three rules store in all seasons of the to give perfect satisfaction reason why we shouldnt TREATMENTFrankfort time you get anything right we ask you to tell us John Driscoll f i f 1 t 1 1 1 1I1klk t1HffS f 7 l tf 1iw l tfi II VMr 77t 17 ji r 7 ir 4fltw t Jlyr 4ttw Ifi Si fsf I + Dress Goods time Some special good values PRICESi Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods of all kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider A tI Wj h1 11rla 1 LulL GLOBE WERNICKE Elastic BookCase Wo have the exclusive sale of this lar Case ill Frankfort and FrankIlin County Will be pleased to its to interested parties IRN R ROCLRS 6f SONS III Carpets Mattings Rugs Now goods coming in now Showing Of Holiday Goods week i f 4K I odI 1Gw t Ir 7i 1 1 id L w J 1 7 t t 1 t f f J 1 7 ii i 1 t Z 1 tfi It I Japa Hook advantages + next Jr Cadys Condition rowders are badIIoUl1itionare medicine antI the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle A SURE THING It is said that nothing is sure except death und taxes but that KingsNewis a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Meter of Shepherdtown W Vn SltYSII I hud a severe ease of Bran chitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of hut got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Dis covery then cured me absolutely hoopingConsumption Try it Its guar anteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Regular sizes 50c flUO Larks kidneyGlobes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief nml one box wil cure army ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and alt irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 50 centa per box on the No Curt No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upou receipt of price Gayle Drug Stores Frankfort Ky May ly- BEatlIFLL C LE A R SKINS Herbine exerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidnoys purifying and strengthening these organs slid maintaining them in It normal condition of health thus removing a common cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and morn or less of pimples blotches and blackheads Sac at Paul B Viet zels JEM Flour has won its ay by merit Then no other Hour iiiitf so sat ilatnry fur all round home list It is ways the same not jowl one lay multi hud thl next Take no substitutes Have J E M ndol1l by grocers and mamlyIiy t1 coI r T H PREPARE FOR THAHKGIYHG I THE LESSON DRAWN FRO THE LIFE OF EMMA BOOTH TUCKER The tragic death of this leader ir one of the great religious movements of the time recalls cireum stances in her life from which a profound civic lesson may h drawnHer charms of wifehood and motherhood are the cherished remembrances of her immediate friends Her devotion to the Sal nation Army is the pardonable pride of her associates in that or should have a direct alit deep personal interest in the fact that Mrs BoothTuckers de votion to an exacting public service did not interfere with the fUlfillI ment of her duties as a t the performance of her obligations as a mother On the contrary she was doubtless all the better and stronger as wife and mother forI being also a tireless leader t rightminded men and women There is a superstition that the good wife will have no inclination to participate in public affairs and that the good mother will have not time for it So wives and mothers among the poor Jet they brains run fallow while they bend over wash tubs and wives anti mothers among the rich allow theirs to run fallow while they minister to family pride at social functions With uncon scious irony all this is called mak ing the home Women must hot vote That on etfous burden would break in upon themarital and maternal duties of the washtub and the afternoon tea and so destroy tho home They matjtelpublic service for feminine thought and feminine notion For with women in politics our children would be neglected and our hus unIJovedappear froth our civilization Against this barbaric superstition Mrs BoothTuckers busy and use ful life was a daily protest True she took no part in civil r affairs Her case can not be cited therefore as a precedent for woman Ir politics identical at every angle But no possible public service in civil affairs could be more exacting In its demands upon a womans time and energy or more disturb ing to wifely and motherly duties than the public religious work which Mrs BoothTucker did per form so long and so nuccesufully Yet she leaves seven children who have never lacked their mothers love and care- Without detracting in the least from the particular public service to which Mrs BoothTuckers life was devotud may not that life be fairly cited as a shining instance of tho perfect compatibility with women no less than with men of private and public service May we not point to her career as another notable demonstration of the intimate relationship of wifely and motherly functions of citizen ship of the perfect compatibility of homemaking with community building Dr Weavers Treatment Bjrnp purifies the blood Cerate beats akin eruptions I You will need good warm clothing with your turkey We have everything you want to keep you comfortable jtOvercoats Rain Coats Dress Suits Business Suits Underwear Ways Muffler Marino onehalf Hose Calf Lined Shoes Chamois Lined Shoes For evening wear we have the nicest line of Strap Slippers ever brought to Frankfort Dont forget you are entitled to a vote in the Teachers Contest with every purchase Ii CRUTCHER SIMPSON s 4 BIRTHS TILFORD In this city on Tues day to Mr Julian Tilford and wife n laughterAnna Page weight 10 poundsPapa is doing as well as could be expected FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Lyda Suter was the guest of her cousin Miss Beatrice Hocken smith at Switzer Mr Weldon South who is attend spendinitheMiss Eudora Tyler of Tndianap oils was the guest of Miss Carrn Brock last week Miss Pattie South who has beer ill is able to be out again Mr Barry South who has beet boarding in our village has gone to Frankfort for the winter Mr Stuart and family have moved to Millville to reside Mr Dickerson of Lexington wai time guest of Mr Albert Hooken smith last week Mr Howard Taylor and wife of Frankfort are the guests of Mrs Colby Taylor Mrs Taylor of Louisville is the guest of friends here Mr Tom Bowen who is attend spentTlmnksHlving father Tonight there will be at the sdhoolhouse a box for the benefit of Buck Run Church All invited to attend and got a good box Well expect you Miss Bettio Bowen who is tennh Ing at Corinth Owen county came home to spend tho holidays Miss Mattie Lucas and Mr Ernest Smith were married Wednesday at oclock at Buck Run Church The bride looked lovely in pearl prey The house was beautifully decorated The ushers wore Messrs Hood Smith Hurry Jeifcrs Hern don Adkins Will Church Stuart Lucas Howard Johnson Tho bride and groom went to Paris and will 10 homo next week They have taken rooms with Mrs Colby Daisy Hockensmith spent Thanksgiving Day with her sister Mae is at school in George townMiss Alice French is the guest of relatives in Frankfort Mr and Mrs Smith of Paris attended the LucasSmith wedding WednesdayMr Goddard and wife of Georgetown are the guests of the brides mother Mr Ervin Moore and Mrs Clor 3iice Jones of Frankfort are the guests of Miss Roberta Moore Messrs Walter and Harry Jeffers spent Thanksgiving in Versailles Miss Jennie Glass of George town attended the LucasSmith weddingMrs of Lexington at tended the LucasSmith weddingA COLDEST OF SEASON Yesterday morning the thermom ttorB galloped down to 10 degrees above zerothe coldest of tho season so far- FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our emedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential correspondence specially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc- MANHATTON THERAPEUTIC SSN Dept B 1185 Broadway Now York City INo mutter how long you lmv cough if it hasnt alreacl l into consumption Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup wil cure it- T1IE aBEST REMEDY FOR CROUP From the Atchison Kan Dail Globe This is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand ii everyneighborhood One of the most terrible things in the world is to he awakened in the middle of the night by a whoop from one ofi the children The croup remedies are almost as sure to be lost in- case of croup as ft revolver is sure burglarsThere remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is better and does not cost so much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in n shorter time Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough ap pears and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by nil druggists COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the Democratic primary52te A WOMANS COMPLEXION- It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the beauty doctors Tho only safe and sure WIn that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enriching the blood which con only be ac complished by keeping till liver healthy active The liver is the seat of disease and blood pollution Greens August Flower ants directly on the liver cleanses and enriches thy blood purifies tho complexion It also cures pation biliousness nervousness and induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pro nounced and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion Now trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists ly A GOOD NAME From personal experience I tes tify that DeWitts Little Early Risers are unequaled as a liver pill They are rightly named be cause they give strength and en ergy and do their work with ease W T Eaton Boerne Tex Thousands of people fire using these tiny little pills in preference to all others because they are so pleasant and effective They cure billiousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache consti pation etc They do not purge und weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by JW Gayle WORM DESTROYER Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the body where worms cannot exist 25c at Paul B Weitzels L t is nnIr 1 1 What is Your Life Worth 1t Had you ever thought what it would he worth to your family i SHOULD YOU LIVE Had you ever thought what it would be worth to your family SHOULD YOU DIEI 1 If not IT IS Make up your mind to protect that family by purchasing a LONThe EQUITABLE LIFE has over 859000000 of assets and 75000000 surplus- It writes all the now und approved plnnslI shall be pleased to call on you and explain its contracts t Ralph R WiIsonlI OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KYfit WORMS CREA- MVERMIFUGEMost In In t For 20 Years His Led all Worm RemediesY BOXaD SY AXaXa BDGGoZBxa pared bywJAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway j IAWiiIZiFeQJS 1 Depressed J1 ofappetitefeeling itia not necessarily ono dlro tcmnla malady Ifs the LiverDont fall to get today ct your druggists a bottlo of HERBINEund di 6csttvo OrunD to their noruat functions YouUfool like a now woman after taking the first bottle 50 Contra ALL DRUGGISTS IPAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway FOR SflLiE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf TREES FALL 1903 Trees by the Millie ni Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Ever Rhubarb Asparagus and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents but best prices to planters Catalogue on application to HIF Hillenmejer F Sons Lexington Ky- BOTH PHONES 1m 1 WHITES Quantity Best Quality Beautifulii Homeneed KeiBkerBt FurnitureWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished in this and other states Ours is the LEADING FURNITURE STORE in LoUIsvILLE and the SOUTH WONT YOU BECOME ONE OF OUR Customers FURNITURE makes anlaea1iCHRISTMAS GUT No 586 Fourth Avenue t 0 Louisville Ky l 951- w i 22 Caliber Cartridges If you want to use 22 Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark H on the head They cost but nIfew cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they are dollars better Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the tatter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease- less Bullets which make them very clean to handle FOR SALE BY DEALERS EVER WEERE t DEATHS NISBETTTn Hawesvllle on Monday Mrs Nisbott aged 75 years a sistur of the late Col S F J T rah no Mrs i isbett was a consistent member of the Christian Church Tho remains were brought here on Wednesday morning and interred Jn our cemetery Rev George Dart aio conducting the services IERSEYAt the residence of hot daughter Mrs Annie K Payne on Tuesday night Mrs Mary Sargent Kersey widow of tbo late Mr Silas Kersey aged about 72 years Mrs Kersey was a devout Chris tian woman a member of tho Pres byterian Church She raised a large family of children to be grown And has been gathered to the rest promised to the faithful ones by Him who never fails to keep a promise She sleeps well Tho sympathy of many friends goes out to the bereft The funeral services were con ducted on Thursday by Rev Dr MoClusky Blayney after which the remains wore interred in our oem cteryWILSONMrs Mary Elizabeth Wilson died at her home 114 South Limestone Lexington Ky after several weeks illness Mrs Wilson was thu wife of Doctor J J Wilson who practiced dentistry in Frankfort for a number of years The remains wore brought to Frankfort on the afternoon L N train Thursday the 26th when burial took place in the Frankfort CemeteryTRACEYIn this county on Monday night Mrs Mary Ann Trace aged 70 years wife of Mr Jere Trace- yMrsrraeoy was an earnest Chris tian woman a member of Bethel Baptist Church Sho leaves an aged husband and six grown chil dren to mourn her death The fun oral and burial took place from the residence of her daughter Mrs Jas Clay McDonald on the Owen ton pike on Wednesday afternoon Rev John H Burdin her former pastor conducted the service I SETTING A PRISONER FREE A man with rheumatism is a pris oner His fetters are none the less galling because they are invisible To him ferry Davis Painkiller comes as a liberator Rubbed well into the swollen stiffened joints it painito that the prisoner becomes a freeman Thoro is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50 cents LUCKY DOG Mr W S Showalter Rural Route Carrier No2 of this city was a very lucky follow in the guessing contest of the Louisville Herald on the Governors race He won about a dozen of the prizes Heros lookin nt yer Goat- COUNTRY FIRE The large dwelling of Mr John C Dennis near Choateville was burned to the ground on Friday morning early It was ono of tho most substantial houses in that section of tho county Tho loss amounted to some 5000 It is supposed that it caught from a defec tive flue Wo did not learn whether it was insured or not e Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed p14 THE DECEMBER CRITERION Tho Criterion for December is among tho handsomest of holiday issues The cover design drawn by John Cecil Clay is in three colors and there fire many charming illustra tions by wellknown artists The magazine contains an un usual number of clover entertain ing short stories covering n wide field of human interest Including The Land Where the Fairies Linger by Nigel Tourneur Miss Lurellas Plum Pudding by Har riot Prescott Spofford While the Kettle Boils by Charles B Going Confessions of a Hen by Ellen B Sherman and A Rebellious Christ mas Bell by Elizabeth A Moore etcThere are special articles of an authoritative independent original nature calculated to win and hold the attention of every reader Of especial note are The Future of the Isthmus by Edwin Emerson Jr a paper of value on tho present Panama crisis Count von Moltko by General James Grant Wilson and Tho Opera Season at the Me tropolitan by A E Lancaster With reasonable poems amusing sketches critical comments on modern publications The Criterion offers an exceptionally fine opportunity to magazine lovers THE CRITERION PUB CO CityOne a copy For sale by all newsdealers STAMPING GROUND Messrs J S Potty W H Gate wood J S Porr J C Stone and Cyrus T Duvall returned on Saturday from a hunting trip of a weeks duration in Cnse count They were only moderately suc cessfulMrs Annie Pider of Fayette county who has submitted to a painful operation is quite ill at tho home of her mother Mrs Lair Our farmers generally took ad vantage of tho flue cool weather of last week to slaughter their hogs There are lots to oat now in the way of fresh sausage spareribs back bonus etc and then shortened corn bread to fill up with and dont forget tho hominy Verily there are no people on earth who have more to be thankful for in this good year than ours Corn has declined in price sharply for the last two weeks It is slow at 2 per barrel even now Miss Lily MHO Stone is quite sick we are sorry to report Born To Mr J W Duvall and wife a son on November 22IThanksgiving service was held Thursdaylat4tvenerable pastor conducting same The many friends of Dr W H Cotlman of Georgetown sympathize with him in the death of his venerable father who lived near Wilmoro Married In Georgetown on November 18 Mr G B Gross and Mrs S E Lawronco wero married by Elder C L Ford of this place UNO A REMARKABLE CASE Ono of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Feiiner Ma rion Iml who wits entirely eared by the use of Ono Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing und straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 pounds to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until 1 used Ono Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this won derful remedy cured mo entirely maylungsmal weight health and strength- Sold by If W Guyle l yl MORPHINE A Guaranteed Home Cure For All Drug HabitH Morphine Opium Laudanum Cocaine and all other drug habits Paul bo permanently and painlessly cured at home and we turn them without causing detention from business or other inconvenience whatever Action immediate Creates good appetite Produces mnd restful sleep Leaves system of patient in natural healthy condition and without further de sire for drugs of any kind Wo mild up the nervous system and remove the causes of d incase lush ease submitted to receives individualattention from an ex perienced nerve specialist Free Trial Treatment will be sent to anyone addicted to morphine or other drug habits on re ceipt of rquest This trial will demonstrate its remarkable curative value fidentinlcorresponclonce especially with physicians soli cited Write at once for our free book let containing references terms etcMANHATTAXTHERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Henderson Routoalways- First Louisville Ky Oct 29 100M 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 offered by that most popular railroad The Henderson Route which road has boon rightly termed the Kentuckians Otllcilll Route to tho West and HouthwestiIt has just been announced from tho general olllces of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway that they now have in service on their night trains between Louis ville and St Louis Freo Reclining Chair Cars which have just been received from tho shops and are a revelation in the car builders art The ears aro strictly uptodate firstclass palaces of travel on wheels and this is only one of the many surprises which aro promised the public for Worlds Fair travel by the Henderson Route Among other advantages offered in these highly finished ears a few of the most important points only are mentioned They are solidly vostibtiled and are furnished with sixtyfour reclining chairs which are upholstered in beautiful green plush in addition smoking toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather They sire also fitted up with tripe trucks which feature will do away with 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 tho traveling public and we eau only suggest that in traveling you get the Henderson Route habit 8tf I ilti O ime 7t itit i IAGO SAID Q Who Steals My II Purse Steals II Ii Trash- HISPURSEMUST Ii jaM I from those we handle for Qi iour purses and pocket books are valuable even jI SjAmoney holder that shuts in your loose change nndIikeeps it is a money M Your pocket can easily M leak snore than time price of a good purse Wo make j rvctromelv close prices on jflj pocket hooks and purees Wund are always glad to them w- Ie r GAYLE CO e atw 314 Main Street r J W GAYLE Cor Ann and Broadway i iJ2 f i W13GEORGETHE STREET PLETE LINE OF Watches Clocks Jewelry Sterling Silver and Plated Ware Sterling Silver Novelties Suitable For Wedding and Holiday rresentsjt At the very lowest prices 102m Eva rytlming guaranteed as repm PlltPlI THE REV IRL R lUCKS 1104 ALMANAC The Rev Jrl R Hicks Ahnnnnc for 1U04 is now really It will he mailed to any address for cents It is surprising how such an ole glut costly book can bo sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weather in 1904 without this wonderful Hicks Almanac and Prof Hicks splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent for only one dollar a year Word and Works is among the best American Magazines Like the Hicks Almanac it is too well known to need further corn men ation Few nice have labored more faithfully for the public good or found a warmer place in the hearts of the people Send orders to Word and Works Publishing Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo lJ2t WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON TO TRAVEL for well esta blished house in a few counties calling on retail merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses additional all payable in cash each week Mousy for expenses ad vanced Position permanent Business successful and rushing Stand ard HouseJ180 Dearborn St Chicago ONE FARE FOR PASTORS- SUNDAYSCHOOL IN STJTUTE- Tho railroads recognizing the importanue of the Pastors Sunday School Institute to be hold in Lou isville December 1518 have granted a rate of one faro plus 25 cents for the round trip All puts tors will be entertained provided their names are son t in by December 10 It is suggested that Sun dayschools send thoir pastor stud pay his way Considering the magnificent program and splendid array of talent this ought to bring 1000 ministers to Louisville Eight or ton of the finest religious educators of America including inttrlH1 tional workers college presidents theological seminary presidents and others will take part in the this is specifically a Pas tors Institute all Sundayschool workers of every class are expected Board can be secured at reasonable rates For program and other informa tion address E A Fox U Louis ville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky INAUGURATION WOF GOVER NOR UECKHAM Frankfort Ky December 8 1903 For the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets from points on its lino at one faro for the round trip Tick ets on sale December Tth and 8th good returning until December 10th E HUTTON O P A Energy all gone Headache Stomach out of order Simply a ease of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bitters will make u new man or woman of you Monarch over pain Hums cuts sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drug storeWANTED ralSevo persons of character and good reputation in ouch State ono in this county re to represent and advertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary 2100 weekly with expenses additional all payable in cash diroct every Wednesday from head olllces Horse and carriage fur nished when necessary Refer ences Enclose solfaddrossod en velope Colonial iJHJ Dearborn St Chicago JlOt FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best business points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf i M ht J jreeHolidtll Games60 different gimes all new one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers- BLACKSMITHS ATTENTION We are a of Iburgfine quality of coal 1 ATTENTION FARMERS 1 We have received a supply of the Genuine Kanawha Salt known to be the best for salting meat FRANKFORT ELEVATORCOAL 10tf JUST WHAT YOU SEEDaChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets eatiugWhen 1 f When you have a had taste in t the nioutlmrWhen your liver is torpid1When your bowels are constipated W hen you have a headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appe tite cleanse und invigorate your 3 stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by sill druggists For sick headache try Chamber lains Stomach und Liver Tablets they will ward oil the attack if talked in time For sale by all druggists STRAYED A Jersey cow about four years old from the farm of Q Shoots on Rocky Branch road Has been gone about ten days Please let us know if you have seen her- ROWEN HENRY 8tf QUINCY SHEETS u WHAT TO DO UNTIL THE DOCTOR ARRIVES One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered severely says S B Elzeo of Mo nett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nnda few minutes later a second dose Be fore the doctor mme the child was relieved For sale by all druggists FARM For Sale or Exchange I offer for suit my farm of 7t acres lo cited on Owenton pike 3 wiles from city Iti stores in cultivation Plenty of water good burn brick residence and good cabin About four acres in orchard Place is part of Chug OHara farm Will soil or exchange for city property Apply to MISS LIZZIE HUIN or C L 1IAHX H K McClure t Sous 8tfJ tl TH- EBAZAAR STORE TH- ENEW STORE COME AND SEE ALL the most beautiful and new novelties of all de scription at the lowest prices at the BAZAAR STOKE THE NEW STORE The prices cant be compared to any place in Frankfort Here are a few of our bargains for Thnnksg v ing Week Surprise Egg Bt ater for Lc worth 5crWhite Enameled Pud ding Pan for lOc worth 20c A Largo Wash Basin for 5c worth lOc Six Water Glasses ISc Six hundred pieces of Fancy China including Water Pitcher Salad Bowl and Cake Plate at only 25c each worth50c largestlinevariety ever displayed in town Dont forget to come and see them In Powers Old Stand 312 MAIN ST- FRANKFORT KY SAMUEL RODDE PROPRIETOR THE RIGHT THING TO DO In last weeks paper we rondo mention of the fact that ltev1ohn- H litmlin pastor of Mt Eden Baptist Church but formerly of this county had resigned the charge of that church Now conies tho nows that the rood people of the church refused to accept Bro Burdins resignation and unanimously called him for the seventh time He will remain with then Another church of which Mr Bnrdin is pastor Pigeon Fork has yearJohnan humble Christian A DANGEROUS MONTH This is tho month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you yourselhoarse f throat and an annoying cough tl nlwnyshuHorehound Syrup JA Anderson 854 West 5th St Lake City writes We use Milliards Hore hound Syrup for coughs told colds It gives immediate relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to IIandand 100 at Paul B Weitzels FIRST CLASS HOTEL While on a recent visit to Ver sailles we were tho guest at dinner of our young friend Mr Wm M HotolIDonn House famous all over Ken tucky amcng commercial mOll for its delightful faro and attention was run by tho grandfather and afterwards by tho honored father of the present landlord of Hotel Wood ford They are a family of hotel keepers Several years since Hotel Wood ford was leased by the father of its YoungerONoalwas closed as a hotel The family carried with them to their new location the saute energy uprightness and integrity of purpose and kept up their reputation until the untimely death of our old friend and his good wife When this trouble came their son Mr Win M ONeal took up tho burden laid down by his pa rents and by his energy and attention to business has hold and enlarged tho patronage of this deservedly popular hostelry There are numbers of commercial who now make it a point to- each Versailles in time to spend Sunday at this hotel where they all have the comforts of homo and toothsome viands prepared for the table under tho direct supervision of landlord ONeal and his good wife freed from the objectionable features of hotel faro Everything that tho market affords in tho way of substantial and delicacies are to bo found on the table of this house Owing to the now almost universal servant problem many of the best people of that pretty littlo city have been compelled to quit housekeeping and are taking their meals with Landlord ONeal We rejoice at his good fortune and wish him and his long years of useful and prosperous life Any one visiting our little sister city should make it convenient to stop and take a meal at Hotel Woodford FOR SALE CHEAP A secondhand freight elevator Apply at this office Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat I SETTLERSRATES WEST AND CALI FORNIA From September In until Novem ber 30 HIOa the Burlington makes very lew oneway colonist rates to WURhlllgtonlfdnho from 25 to 40 per cent from the r gI ular rntlsIBurlington with its strong main lines and free chair ears best reaches the West and Northwest via Denver Billings or St Paul ticexpresstrain with chair cars and tourist toPugetpoints TO CALIFORNIA personallysleeplrsare DenvertHOMESEEKERS1 EXCUR SIONS thirdTuesdaysimately half rates for the round trip giveyoureply to any inquiries L W WAKELEY AgenttM W M SHAW D P A 48 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonirtLouisvillc Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 IIouisil1uDhillion No1 No No 8 n m pm pm 780AnLnwrencGunn 055 620 085 Versailles 1016 042 P54 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No6 am pm am Lv Burpin i10 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 700- Versailles 625 51 755 Lnwrenceburg 043 541 820 IIRhelhyille 720 02fl 010 Louisville 840 750 1040 andLexington ObsnrIBurliuI Louisville 745 a m for the and arriving 750 from the South through Bleeping cars from and to Asheville N Ci vin Knoxville and Morristown Tenn arrivingbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 Ar Lv Louisville Huntingburg mll45aPrinceton 100 p in 145 a m St Louis 680 pm 82am No No1 Lv St Louis 808 a in 1000 p m Ar Princeton 128 pm 803 a m 25ipm1425nmII No No 22 Lc Louisville 600 p in 850 m- Ar Huntin plmrg 850 p in 1145 a m Evansvilla 1025 pm 180 pm No9 No l2 JIDAIAr Louisville lll59a ml 545 p m Train Nos 2 Sand run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis villo and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis villa Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet service applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen Q PA New FastT- OColorado Train II UTAH THE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho now trains will leave St Louis n in daily The eveninc trains to same points 1010 n in dllih Double duil service Through jfJ1inicur wrvicofor SanFran iflio Excursion tickets now on sale For further information can on or address R T G MATTHEWS Try Pass Art Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket At St Louis Mo WANTED A trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to manage business for an old established standingAof each Monday with allexpenses direct from head quarters Munoy advanced for ex penses Enclose addressed envel BldgOh CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho dSignature of OLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC71 VE OCTOBER 17 190J5 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Ex No 21No 41 Stations ills INo 1I No3Daily PMLeavo6ffiH1O850 p18 Cloy City 40t 480 406 1I2J Stanton 8N 430485 tI54 Natural Bridge 501 401 1008 Torrent i4if0 Bentty villo Junction 0 926 015 1029I jJackson ll 72fJI 226 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No83Dailyills Ex Sand Ex Sand Ex Sand Ex Sand oils ArIoPMAr 1120 0 fI25 280 O K Junction 8H JJ2tJ 843 158 Wilhurat 417 1152 18lJ74 122 H lechawa 518 1228 715 105 Cannel City 545 1245 27 Nos mid will make close connection at O k K Tunction with Nos 8 mid for pointn on the Lexington und Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A n WINTERS GOING CARRY 4 GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS MATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STAGG 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky r unFrank fort Cincinnati 9I The Midland Route Local Time Table On and after March 1 Passen ger Trains will leave L N Depot mm rnrri zy r P M DAILY XCgPTA M P M NoW AlI SUNDAY No til NoKJ 0 Lv D Frankfort Ar 06 6 Summit It Elhhorn Switxer 2J Stamping Ground In f 2411 M elution 8GwrpMown Iija 5li C S Depot f New town 8 05I Centcrvillo I Elizabeth 41b IIf Paris Tnnutn 1L2i 880 iArl Paris jLv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q h Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L NBETWEEN u FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GKOnOKTOWN P MIA Ml IAMJPM Arl 6 iLr Frankfort 25 Lv Georgetown Arjl0 618 11015 ArCinelnnati BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAKIB H PM PM Lv Frankfort Ar 715 261 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 22 Lv Parts Ar 83 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 28AI618P825PIIP 42A A Winchester L 7 09A 245P 15P A Mayftvillo L 5 45A 15P ACynthiana L 502P 20P WP A L 7 2oA MP A Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER Samuel E Hutton Free and Genl Snpl G P A 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 garret is offered for sale at a bargainI 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 c nuataltma jY0 k dfiltwv b r BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINI TO CAUFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION PTAT1ON CHICAGO CarsCDining and Parlor Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON D P 4Cur 4th nnilMurkvtSU I oulvil Illinois Central Seventh Fs River Louisville 104tm Now Orleans Spocinl No CMiiOlpin Arrives 5 85pm 121Losm intermcdJateJintHtown Hodgenvillonnd HopkiiiHvillu except no Hodgenvine 182Loonsm toHodgenvilieSunday Stops at all stations All Trains Run Daily Dr Weaver Syrup Porlflei the blood Cerate ointment for the ikia1 QUICK ARREST TA Gulledge of Verbena Alat was twice in the hospital from a severe ease of piles causing 24 tumors Aftor doctors and all remedies failed Jiueklons Arnica Solve quickly arrested further in flammation and cured him It pain25c t i