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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvaDC JVOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC I21903 u NO J4 I YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOULD BE DONE AS EARLY NEXT WEEK AS POSSIBLE BUY EARLY WHILE YOU CAN BUY COMFORT ALSO BUY EARLY AND SEE IN HOW MUCH BETTER FRAME OF MIND YOU WILL WEEK ARRIVES HERE ARE SOME OF THE APPROPRIATE PRESENTS TO BE FOUND HEREALL CARE THAT HAS MADE McCLURES SYNONYM FOR BEST n 212214 1 ST CLAIR STJ n non n SUANGEH K1IJJJED MY TilA IX On Tuesday evening about 7 oclock as a west bound C 0I freight train was backing up to tho water tank on the West Skit aj strange man was knocked down and run over by the cars cutting his body in two and severing his right warm There were no papers on the person of tho than by which ho could be identified and no one know who wasCoroner Graham was notified told took charge of the remains A jury was ompannollod and a verdict given in accordance with the facts LATER Tiio man was after wards identified as Mr Fountain Farmer of Lincoln county by his brotherinlaw who lives scar lien son Station a Lr lBears the iougtl JUG FORCE HANDS 11 WORK Tho Frankfort Intorurhan Hallway put a lug force of hands at work on tho repairs to their track and trolley lines on Monday last Tho whole system will ho gone over at onoo and put in porfoot order reopening of line in Janu ary next I OIAl VERY SPECIAL LINES OF SilK UMBRELLS HANDKERCHIEFS I CARD GASES AND POCKET BOOKS I I r i I 0 I DRESS SUIT 1 JITRUNKS 1 t rIICALENDAHS 131LIBSIFELT SLIPPERS LEATHER SLIPPERS MUFFLERS FANCY SHIRTS FANCY SOCKS FANCY VESTS SWEATER SUSPENDERS GARTERS ertiwaem rwurwnmmenowewmwwwwnnla rrwnrwmwawnr runwWMMNWMY44W AW1CRYfIMLYNFr111UYrL MrWiiV4t1 11MYISlYIYyYWI4GV hbuLUkL 0 r U aewuawrwrem n rujs OF for tho tho Free J rfYIOIJiIi iT1I S a wworr u tiYl1W MwYb 4 State N ank- IjOfFrankfoit lIKyI 4 Free rr o6 ITO OUR DEPOSITORS AND PATRONS Wo issuo ono of these neat and ornamented home safes to oncouragi you to Jay aside those small justIWeatlEOBecome a depositor by deposit ing ono dollar flea a built and try it If you dont succeed in saving IIyou can ill tues return the Bunk to us Hut trv itI State National BankDt 12- 8tiA ftft M SH0kINrwwnwrw IIPYYM LVfYIfiitMYNMLY FRANKFORT I KENTUC- KYrsewrwrrmw7 i urootr o ammarwwur AfONRSI POSTAL PlaJEO RA PH Co1 PA N V HOLD A X XLIMKKTINO The stockholders of the ojital Telegraph Bud I able Company held thus annual mooting in this city on- Monday Messrs W H Baker T L CMiyler Jr and thas P liurch of New York were elected divot tors Mr W J Slater of Louis ville was elected General Manager and Mr 1 r Downing of thi city Secretary All the stock was represented in person or by proy Tho affair of tho company are in a very nourishing condition O A S 0 BoXABears Signature of Te llra A SC XT1 FIt D SCO V K R Y Koilol Pyspopsin CU1 docs fur t Ile stoinsiili that which it is unit lilc to ilo fur itsett tllI whon 1u slightly disordered or ovorloaihul ICoilol Pysptpin Citri supplies tlui natural juices of digest ion lug I dugs the work of the stomach re lit xing the nervous tension while the inilaiiud muscles of that or gild art allowed to rest ami heal Kodol Dyspepsia Curl digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs t transform nIl food into richrod blood Sold Iy1 W Gaylo iJiiTA Wo nrc showing u Itinio liiu f C IistmHS 1 oye1ties Surhf as Fancy Boxes ff Albums Toiler H Sets SiiavingrSets Fc soy China Ware Vases Dolls Doll Heads Etc f Also a Bountiful Line o Handkerchiefs for Ladies Gents and Children A Big Stock of Umbrellas at 50c to 500 Each HTtIt Received Another L tZihliites in till I jiltltt Sluuls Kxtrn 1111x at ode Pir Yard i l1Jzt flf JrI 1 tl j h 11 rD w 41 St Clair St Sldq NEW STATK JJAIIHO AD COM MISSION The new Stun uailrojid Commi slon consisting Mcl Fergnon trout the hint District C C Mc DistrictItrio mot in tills city on Tuesday uloctionJMuses ilmm of Muhlunbur county Secrwtary NARROW ESCA PE As Mr Newton Hal was Crossing tthu rivyr in u stall bout en routo to his place of omplov nit 13t Itho saw mill of Messrs I1ongleton Bro on Tuesday evening his bola was upset by onio barges in charge of tilt towboat Al Martin Mr Win Stofor ono of tho hands on the towhoat seeing tho peril of tIr Male sprung into tho river and assisted Mr Halo until piukod np by tin boat orcw It was a narrow escape for Mr Male who is a man some years of aye ithoiiirh sturdy and strong Per ono of his year Mr Stoferdid a brave and gallant act ill plunging turn the icy tutor Mr Halo lives on Kentucky Ave horalwan- t 1 ot l t 1tIf f I rliTHE ASI rj l t i ug t DIAMONDSVAGARIES I t You can never be quite sure where u cold is going to hit you In the full and winter it may settle in the bowels producing severe pain Do not bo alarmed nor tor cent yourself with fears of appen dicitis At the first plgn ot a cramp take Perry Davis Painkiller It ikwarm sweetened water and reliet come at once Tinre is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50 Meets BOUGHT TN Tas1lrCommissioner W H Posey on Monday last and was bought it for the heirs MIJ Buford Hen nick at HmU ATTENTION INVESTORS If you are interested in mining have a special proposition to submit aboutPz five days Call or address L Rogers care R Rogers Sons IT IS EASY TO SAY Re carelful lilt we must nil go front heated houses into chill outer nit tutu the change sot us uouuliing and Wheezing Avoiding jugMrtiIung Balsam lietter begin when is young and nut wait until it settles deep into the lungs for then even with Allens Lung Bal sum complete relief will be slower REMOVAL E UtI T RIP S M D AII rI4mO td his ulHic to rcnnis Haxtor SuIWUngwuth turuurStutairund HYwld Fry uutniiiiwiin l Clair spwlnl uttvutinu hr liininhwH or lit l iii ad 7lirvatbApr11131 3- T1ki i t n 1NY1L aW1MlhMIL f i In Watches we sell the famous Elgin or Wal acknowledgedleaders A splendid variety of Swiss Chatelaine Watches for ladies Solid gold Chatelnine Watch 12 up Silver Chatelaine Watch pin and case 350 Dainty Enamel Watch pin to match in case only 5 Diamond Hack Watch same as cut only 1050 Chafing Dishes Baking Dishes Water Sets Tea Sets Bread Trays IMASELBERTSTORE CAREFULLY SELECTED JEWELRY SILVER FINEST IS SHOT BY CARELESS SOLDIER About fiHO oclock on Tuesday evening a ofuJW of the military companies attendant upon the inauguration carelessly dis charged his gun on Broadway street the ball effect in the right arm of Mr Jas B Hay law ponoIljust above the elbow and plowing untiliful though not dangerous wound J S Domaree was called and the wound Mr Ray was sent to the Kings Daughters pital where he is resting easy What the soldier was doing with Iin loaded gun is the question many are asking- ATTENTION INVESTORS Ila special proposition to to you Will bs in the city about days Call or address L Rog ers care R Rogers Sons UIIIlondedof building lumber ALUMNI MEFriNG- Ihe Alumni of the Frankfort High School will a mooting nt time City School building on Friday next Doc ISth at oclock p m A full attendance desired By order of the President MISS n1S11 K U A N K Secretary IFO SALE ApplytoW WHITE HO USE IfR 1I YANIKN W IY9LyITIJi4JJIITIVJY frfi7llltal aaennn An unusually large assort ment of Cold and Diamond Jewelry now ready espe cially selected for the trade Diamond Rings from 5 to faOO Sterling Silver Table Ware The English standard 025 1000 fine Many patterns to select from Among the new patterns the Lilly is perhaps tho most ICI 4TtRLIHIII Silk Umbrellas for Ladies from 5 to 20 for Gen tlemen from 5 to 25 Glasses Holland Gold Pens ClocksBronze Enamel Iron Porcelain Ornrodu Gold Hall Clocks THE THE EST AND AND THE CUT WARE TO AND TODAY SPLENDID member taking Hos that submit five uncut dry N4t hold LIN- IAS N- Nttlurcolra holiday AND MARRIEDJONESrTNNINGHAIIAt Teflers House in this city on Wednesday Mr Wm O Jones of Georgetown and Mfss Zelma Cue ningham were married by Rev Win Crowe of the Pres byterlan Church QUrCKMOORECards are out announcing the approaching mar riage of Mr George M Quick and Miss Elolso Moore which is to occur at the Methodist Church in Shepherdsville on Wednesday Dec 23 Mr Quick Is an industrious young Bullitt county who is highly spoken cf His bridetobe is time daughter of lieu Lucas Moore late Commissioner of Agriculture and is a JmndsollloI young lady She is hero she resided for four years 11111ng Gov Jiradleys admin istration Dr Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases Hammond tCu have tho best of shingles that was over brought to this murker They can sell you at 2511 ifHLj or 57 per m Mr AMERICAN ECON DM 1C ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN 1MSTORI CAL ASSOOIA T10N Sow Orleans La Deo 128th to 1a1st For the above occasion till iIlN H It will sell to New Orleans on Dec 5th to 127th IHKK for one true plus cents for the round trip Limited to Jan nth 1501 r m t z I Ui i JEITEl RY STORE T11S WILt E JEWELRY CHRISTMAS AND IN CUR HRFAT Ai VARIED STOCK YOU CAN jET SOMETHING FOR NEARLY BRYHODY YOU DESIRE TO REAIBIBEK ONLY BY VISITING IR STORE CAN YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT A RANGE OF CHOICE WE ORER 11 u SILVER PLATED WARE 1847 ROGERS BROS The Kind That Wears Knivesper set 200 Forks per set 200 Tea Spoons per set 125 Table Spoons per set 250 SOLID GOLD BROOCHES Pearls 450 to 25 Diamond Centers0 to 75 Gold Cuff Buttons 150 to 85 Gold Fobs8 to 25 Gold Scarf Pins 75c to 115I THE SELBERT JEWELRY PRESENTS MOST NEW MOST GLASS TABLE BE FOUND THE HOLIDAY STOCK READY IDr popular Opera ARTISTIC Southern former eldest where Weavers assortment shingles MEETING tickets 1010 AVegetablcPjcparationfor slmi1 ling the S tmncl1s andBoweis of Promotes DigesUon heetfu1 nessandRestContalns neither 9Plum MOrpbin nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC sLI1N h1 e oOlShWllZPllC6YZ Pamfin Stttt SfaAtUcSafc 4 lJI Sad O Cm Item t QllalZJlNhJ A Remedy forConstipa- lion Sour Stom itlCSSTac Simile Signature of I III NEW YORK 1111 EXACT COPYOf WRAEPEB 1 1tr tttI I iItr w6VAIRRYYIBNLRMIIVRM1fYFIYWfNANt1YWaK11 WE11YMWYNI Y f J f rIfJ sr J uCUT GLASS I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtj Bears the- Signature I of 1 i The 1 Kind 1 You Have Always Bought CASTORIAfy i atii iI d itit Jt7ri 7 7 r t J1 vJ i tt I cJaristLnLkY a r i Q+ wM1TwTw MIT LLTI InTe17MMTOwVW L JYMW YYMYWRI IM Cloaks and Skirts U a great reduction Leather Goods A Fine Selection of Latest Novelties t 1 j THOUSANDS SAVED By j DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medicine posi tively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free l P PROTRACTED SERVICE AT ASCENSION CHURCH Rev John R Mathews M A r week at Ascension Church He is a fine speaker and preaches strong at 8 oclock and at 730 in the even ing Lot everybody who wishes to bo beneflttod attend TUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY- In the matter of Dr O K Wallace BankruptOn A D on considering the petition of the aforesaid bank rupt for discharge filed on the 10th day of December A D it is ordered by the court at Covingtonln said district at oclock in forenoon or ns near thereto as practicable printed in said district and that all known nnd other persons in interest may ap pear at said time and place and show cause have why prayer of said petition er should not be granted WITNESS tho Honorable A M district on tho 10th day of Decent btT A D ATTENTION INVESTORS If you are interested in mining I have a special proposition to submit to you Will be in the city about five days Call or address L Rog ers care R Rogers Son COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH I Harry Duokwell aged 2f years choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in the pres ence of his wife and child He oon- traoted a slight cold a few dnysago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday morning ho was seized with a fit of coughing which con t tinned for some time His wife sent for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell came on and died from suffocation St Louie Olohe Democrat Dec 1001 Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25o and 100 at Paul B Weitzols GERMAN SYRUP We want to impress on our readers that Boschees German Js positively tho only SyrupI on tho market today that lieve and cure consumption t contains tho specific suoh as pure tar extracts of gums etc which have been so hl endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and con- sutnptlon by the great medical conj gresses The consumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from tho spasm of dry and racking cough in the morum the diseased parts want rest healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in tho J morning with speedy and perma neat relief Small bottles lj cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all drugg st8 vr j t t J C t it a sraavl9llaur rrry I Ribbons l Ten cents for No all Silk Kibbon ten yard spools worth fifteen cents Fifteen cents for No 40 Satin Taffeta Ribbon worth tweny five S D JOHNSON 00 pronchlngj AoodiUNITEDSTATES Aldaytimein andSEAT CrklHt centsI RELIGIOUSASCENSION CHriUH Ilex A B Chinn Rector Sunday Dec in II a m Morning Prayer followed by Sermon by Rev J R Matthews Subject Tho Shepherd Psilm ti p m liens Service Address flujmun730 p m Evening Prayer Ser mon by Mr Matthews Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at a m and 7HO p m in the courthouse Morning subject The Immoral Tendency of the Sinless Perfection Teaching Evening subject The Sinfulness a Profession of SinlessnessI10fSundayschool at 980 a m in the Praydrmeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun dRysohool room of tho First Pres byterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend Rov1CHRISTIAN CHURCH George Darsie the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 m Evening subject Cleanness1 peoIpIeSundayschool at 980 a in in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at LeaderFlorence 7 oclock in the ohapelI MeetingThe will meet in the chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon Prayermeeting Wednesday even Voter ohapelI invited to especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major Rector Low mass 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p in Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blayi nay D D the Pastor will preach at a in and 780 p m Sundayschool 94f a m Wednesdn1evningThe public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11n m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 1130 a m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURGH Rev Win Crowe tho Pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m- At a in the Lords Supper will be observed Preparatory service to the communion will be held this Saturday evening at 780 oclock- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 I- fPrayermooting Wednesday night at 7 80IATTENTION INVESTORS If you are interested in Mining I have a special proposition to submit to you Will be in the city about five days Call or address L Rog ers care R Rogers Son genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day t 1 jt tr t Kli1i f j VraL YYir MYfLSa Dolls Vp have the value line of Han ti Ill Doils that wo hud last Christ mas Prices very reasonable Chiffon Ruffs Boas The latest ideas of this fash ionable orazoJ SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach arc all due to Indigestion Kodol cures repreIas they exist ina 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 and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick sa4Strength to this We Ic Bottles timesthoPrepared by B DeWitt Co Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug- gIst IN THE DISTRICT CounT THE UNITED STATUS POKTIIK EAVTKHX DISTINCT TUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In till matter of Samuel F Ski en Bankrupt On this llth tlll of December A D on considering till petition of tIll aforesaid bank rl1 on the 10th day of Dt cember A D1908 it is ordered thl court that a hearing bo had upon tllolulI1ton the 22d day of December A D19tci before stud court lot Covington in said district at oclock forenoon or as near thereto as practicable noel that notice thereof bo published ono time tietvspaptrprintedinand other persons in interest mll nppearat thvinot be grunted WITSKS the Honorable MT IImlIsaid district on the 11th day of De cember n Wtt WALTER U CHAPMAN Clerk 14lt By E H COLEMAN D IN THE DISTHIOT COURT THE UNITED STATES yon TilE EASTKKN DISTINCT KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In the matter Henry Harrison Quire ofIOn this 11th day of onIconsidering the petition o2 the aforesaid DIIcemberOt or near practicable and that notice thereof be U4I one time in Frankfort Roundabout a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if have why prayer of said petitioner should not grunted the Honorable A M J Cochran Judge of said Court and SEAL the seal thereof at Frankfort in said district on the 11th day of De cember A D1903- WALTER O CHAPMAN Clerk 14lt By E H COLEMAN D C Mrs Mary Woolfolk ono most highly honorable and u oldtime colored women rhhtI Wednesday lust She wns re by nil who knew her She was nl member of time Big Bethel Colored Baptist Church lho funeral mind burial took plaoe on Thursday afternoon CORN BORROWER HhLDOVER- One John heeler who was ar rtKtod for borrowing corn from the crib of our friciut Mr Jtowinan Stone without uoiHiilting him was given nn examining trial before Judge Iolsgrovo on Wednesday and held over to the January terns of tho Circuit Court r rid IJ OMRMIMIRlI1 aa1Thirl vIiilira iits forhonulifully deOrtttiltllms Saucer nlll PlatesHandkerchiefs the bf st line of All Linen HandkfMchiffs we have over had from five eants to 1500 eaoh wJI Pleasant to take TrSeblerk Laxative Syrup t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts aw the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritatiug to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEr d w y I FOR FINE WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY CALL ON THE MORRIS JEWELRY CO 223 St CLAIR STREETf FRANKFORT KY Fine watch and jewelry repairing a specialty All work and goods strictly warranted Tho highest price paid for old gold or taken in exchange for new work Jan 1003 ly www 1 = jfran Rf or U1 0unrl aDnu tit tlit itItlt 1 Flllldrt fC- i1 atllthlIItt OALEWIS Editor and Pub FPt NIFORT DEC 12 90S r OTHER KIN P KTN A RTKX FOR FRANKFORT IM the citlons of Kmnhforr who aro interested in tilt iHMtfrmpit f our city financially Mhuatioiuilly and ono who earnestly wishes to see Mrttin tMiiiiitfons iiUorod whifh now uro n d lrinipnt and ilsgriup as well a a continual oxpensp mlilrpssfs this nrticlp r J trusting yon will iarpfnlly cuiiKldm1 I it with n view of lending your svid whether il he your ioodwill your personul help or your niuiipy for the trood of Frankfort In tin first place if is a mutter o patriotism and us s uch should rp cuive yonr ournest ioiisi lf ratlon In the otond place it a matter that will sooner or later he caller your selfdefense Inhort J advocate the need of another Kindergarten for the chil dren who live too far from our CMty School to attend the one there Have yon thought of tho distance the chill en who live on the Vost side have to walk to attend the tity School It is impossible for chit Iron four and six years of age to walk that distance anti if they at tend the Kindergarten it becomes necessary for the city to have a Kindergarten nearer their homes The old ely we cant afford to support another school contradicts itself at the very outset Ill e Kindergarten Is a direct heneflt the city educationally financially and morally It has boon proven in other cities and if you consider the problem fairly it will not belong hefoie another school is estab llshedIt he well to briefly define the Kindergarten for ouJl1a one of those who consider it a nur sery for children with a new name whose parents are relieved for a time of their care while the earn a livelihood or attend to social duties If the Jinder alton were a public nursery any good kindly nurse would do all that is neces nary What scope would a well educated cultured young woman find for her power in the Kindergarten if this were all The creche is for tho poor only tho Kindergarten for all classes of society wl1he Klndorcrartmi is that whioh is between the REST home and the REST primary school It is for character rather than Information habit rather than precept Kindergarten literally means garden of children and the Kind gluten is the Garden which tends each child as to its own peculiar needs In the Kindergarten we through songs and stories keep the chil dren in an atmospheio of high ideals and in their occupations games and association with one another they put these ideals into practice To bo happy live right To he helpful we count a privilege and only those who strive to be true are capable of helpfulness The most important age of man is that from four to seven years for it is then that the principles that will tgovnrn his whole after life are imbibed The Catholic Priest who said Give mo thn children till their seventh year and I will make Catholics of the world realized tho importance of training luring that period Phillips Brooks has sail Ho who helps a child help humanity with a dictinctness with an immediate ness which no other help given to human creatures in lily other stage ossil1ofgive again It ifi the help given at 11SlugAtime man and woman of later years Train up a child in tho way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it Froobel ms The earliest n e is tho most important for education because tin beginning determines the end in our little world interdepend iiui cooperation compensation and the brotherhood of man lure principles we try to instill through pll Pliy Is as real to a child as business is to a man and it is in this simple way that children art taught tin great truths of life In the worlds work Mich must help This is th Kindergarten briefly Can you doubt its 11tltfor good IsOW tad in alter vest5 That hOB truths are eulpliasizeI- in our little Mlmol no means makes our children unhappy or priggish Tho true Kindergarten is the happiest merriest plat any one eould imagine We know that do ooc1 InenIas a n rariin have wrtten to IIfISOIlSt prominent In city a Hairs views of the matter Lexington has Kindergartens in nearly ivery district of thi eity IJlhtlgarten was a JLIIfitfrolflllllldlllnII tional financial bitch fIt nil stand point says in port The Kinder garten properly conducted is not only tho foundation of all schoolwork but it is likewise thou fllllnclI ation of all taut character building cIIIIJIrljo IIIAlmost Unnerved Mo 1Heart Pains Short of B rea t h Faint and Languid D1 fJjNervinefIt has hen five yenrs since xvis cured of heart trouble by your Mcurt Cure and lien iiine and Inm just as sound as a dollar in that organ today For several years hart rhad r short sharp pains about the heart sometimes accomuamed with fluttering would make me feel faint and Inn least excite mcnt or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after tryi g many remedies prescribed by physicians without yourfday and after taking three or four bottles all neversowedKIRACOPE Chincoteague Va There are symptoms of heart disease which so resemble those of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys liveror lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to without cause If you have the least suspicion that our heart is weak study your symptoms and begin the use of Heart Cure the great heart and blood tonic without a days delayIAll 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 =In visiting schools I have found that children who have had Kindergarten training are far npter and have a much keener apprecia tion of instruction than those who have been denied this privilege the Kindergarten is tho best chart actor builder known to educators It Is hero that the tender twigs of humanity aro given shapo to be come the highest types of manhood and womanhood the training which they receive in kindness to human and animal kind in doing polite und unselfish deeds in teal ixing the dignity and importance of all rinds of labor in understand ing that true nobility and worth consists in right doing and in reverence that sees divinity in the humblest phases of nature leave impressions that are lasting and which are bound to bring forth fruit to the glory and honor of good citi zenship Any institution that tends to good citizenship prevents crime and all prevention of crime is of financial benefit There is punishingand one former is worth a thousand reformersWhat Louisville think of Kindergartens The most convinc ng argument Is that they support them They are perhaps the best in the State Miss Patty S Hill President of the Louisville Kentucky Association sa sHad wo more right training of little chil Iron starting them aright the ex pease of maintaining reformatories jails and penitentiaries would bo far less We are proud of our in stitutions for criminals wo ought- to hang our heads in shame that in a Christian country such things area necessity Ono day there cumin to the Kindergarten an old man a wreck of a man whoso face had boon furrowed by sin dissipation and suffering He looked at the children American Jewgroufot German nnd Jrish Cath olic and Protestant each happy in working out his individual need Tears arose to the eyes of tho old mUll They1 ho said pointing through the open door to the children at their work they will never boonIIII are established ill all parts of the city supported by churches individuals and different organizations Tho Deaconess Homo supports two had a most enthusiastic totter from Miss Lottie M Sinnott ono of time directors Her letter is too long to partThe I of the most important departments 9 of our Deaconess1 work It out only gives opportunity for the develop ment ot the chile physically and mentally hilt also spiritually and affords many sueot hurl eiy tive 5 ways of sowing the sends of I lwIin the hearts ul little ti tltIIc know that that in Iliience moans much ainl counts for tfioat thing along tin lines of Continued on 8th page UlHED 0 K PILES AWIEI JO f VKAKS I Mr C Ifaney of CJonovn 0 hurl the piles for 10 years lloetand dollars could do lasting good Witts Jltixcl IIIeUd him nontly Invaluable for cuts b itlhIt1 sprains lacerations totter salt rln uni and other skin disoases Look fur prune Do Witt on the all others lure cheap thoI Gayle counterfeits Sold by r t 1 Iist- i TO YOUR w wsannororwuaTwtnr e r toj 11LrFJ14TIytwauawwwrwctevu navawvrwu vairrrurmauw nowarnnnwnwswur nmwanoa +n ontocuegammv wwwninuv1a mauwrr nuuuanusumnramwosusraarnnvawcrrwn mwnunwnrsuruawwar o l V wnnl you to study and iijruiv about your purchases Sw if ill any way ofOli can sninnrt than VH will save you Wo know tilt result l1e know it 1 cant lie done If you will only come and iiiiiire with us and let us study your i wants well insure you tIll jut return for your cash oven time r incho wide tlranitc Cloth in Red 1tlu1 Navy IJlue Our 5th quality only 39l per V81l 42 inches wide Cheviot in Black and color extra heavy Would be cheap at ice only 50 per yard SIS inches wide illwl inns in Navy plot Jreen Dark Brown Cardinal CJrey and Black Extra nice Cloth Just the thing for the Lung Coat Suit Worth OOc only 50e per yard S8 inches wide Serge in Black Brown Red and Navy Keguhir Price 50c only 39 pervard DRESS TRIMMINGS We always carry a Large Stuck and you I will find that our prices are the lowest AY IL Americas Lea d i g- COPS ET S UlHlrIto 0 isfaction or money refunded We carry a stock of 25 different shapes and surely we can fit most any form Prices oOc to 2 Per pair large large values Goods Black UNDER SKIRTS well Only 100 values 150 specially the Trade and Children We plait or trimmed Handles in Silver II plated beautiful 250 800 till 500 r1n = 50 inches Cheviot in Mixed Blue and they good quality Our regular price 100 only 75e per yard 18 inches wide Black Canvass Heal fine quality worth 1 5JJlly 100 per yard h2 inches wide Venetian in all desirable Shades extra nice finihAbargain for 100 per yard inches wide Black Tatletta Silk extra nice quality beautiful Black Our price 100 per yard For this only 75c per yard DRESS LININGS We make special efforts to the of Linings in till shades at the popular pricml0 155umd H5c per yard RIBBONS Wo can supply with anysIHulewidth or quality in Taffeta Satin or Liberty No 9 Ribbon in pretty colored stripes good quality only 5 cents per yard No AllSilk Taffeta Ribbon yardNoall yardThis bar gains at a great reduction Come and see them COMFORTS A Silkoline Comfort pretty patterns only 150 each Silkoline Comfortslarge siefilled with fine white cottononly 225 each UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY Our stock is und we are offering sonic extra good values OUTING FLANNELS Our Gic Outing Cloths in bright 0101sonly 5c per yard Also have other at und lOc per yard STAPLES We are confident that you save money in buying your Staple Dry from us We are offering some bargains in Cottons Ginghams Calicos Etc UNIEHW BAR Extra values in Ladies and Childrens Underwear25c to 50c per suit rGLOVES Golf Gloves all the popular shades 50c ant 100 per pair Mcrcerixed SATEEN made nicely till ished each i Also other 3001111250 UMBRELLAS Bought for Holiday fur Ladi dents Imve them with Geld Some ones 500 wile Cloth Cloth regular week show best stock most you 12 in 8c will and Kid Our Stock CHRIST of MAS NOVELTIES 1VeL L F i Ithllllitl11 AN fK E CIi I VIFor Ladies Clouts and Children Hun reds of beautiful patterns to select trout See our lots at 510 15anl 25c r cJ = s KAGIN JRO == o1 St Clair Street ZT frankfort Ky J i a titiJyMli 6 J hr j1l ff IlJlr rA PERPLEXING SUBJECtarver- wrr im t r IIaKVS f tfYmamnuwwnuawwwrrc 81111avew rtnran roewrwwnws ruarws wsanoaamowuna- TllHt of istnias lifts If you HIP thinking iloMg tliis tin wiuit to opt und whore to irot it I COME TOFARMER9EE323SS You will find an ondless IIIhtyor Xmns Novelties here comprising useful and orrianicnral articles for old and young The newest things in Pyrography Moringe Ware Baskets Medallions Bricr Brae Etc at prices that are unquestionably right Cloaks and Furs newest tIand host values 801110 now ones jut received These make excellent Xnms Jifts New Carpets and Matrinirs just received Visit out store often r w S FALLMELri J r Jln n A PORNlfO Tuesday last the lay for the in auguration opened cool and raw with a southeast wind blowing There was a crowd of about 10 f 000 people including citizens of this city presort There were parts o- tto regiments of militia and the Louisville artillery companies a of cadets from the Millers burg military school and the cadets from tho Kentucky Military Insti tute Tho whole military forco amounting to about 800 men in line The procession was formed on timo headed by a picked forco Of the Frankfort and Louisville police numbering about men who inarched like veterans with accompanying bands These were i followed by tho military force in command of Col Roger n Williams iJd Regiment and the usual complement of staff oillcers A long line of carriages lllled with polit icinmand some with ladles and htfclren followed the Governors carriage in which were the boy ernor Mayor Darnell Mayor C F Grainier and Mr S W Hager the rear brought up by tho Baileys Mill and Bald Knob Clubs There was a delegation of Louis ville clrb men of about 200 in lino supplemented by marchers from other points The Frankfort Firo Department Chief Taylor of this city and Chief Tyson of Louisville and a delega tion of tho Louisville firemen IHOt sated a fine appearanc The procession was about a mile t and a half in length and proceeded down Main street to St Clair down St Clair and over the South streetaand Conway out Conway to Third up Third to Main clown Main to Second north on Second to Bridge street to Wapping west or Vap ping to Washington north on Washington to Broadway east on Broadway to Capitol grounds groundsror a address of welcome The Gover nors inaugural occupied some twenty minutes in delivery rue oath of office was administered by Chief Justice Burnam after which tho crowd dissolved Tho city was bountifully and beautifully loco rated with lings bunting and a streamers An arch over the stand In tho State house yard and a baud of flags across the front of tho Cap itol building woro decoiated with different uolorod electric lights and when lighted at night presented a beautiful attractive neon Owing to tho cure and watchful ness of tho pollee anti detectives the schemes of thieves and pick pockets seem generally to been thwarted and but hloI luny loss was sustained Iho a Hair was generally managed and the chief 11mIrah111uul Ills corps of assistants had he pro IJthin hloIFrequent accidents occur In tho household which cause gurus outs sprains and bruises for use in surd cases Bollards Snow IJIlliu1lIItI Mils for many years been stant favorite family remedy 2ic flOe and fluo at Jliul II Wiitcls OASTOaXABOllfa the Signature of J JMTIT ANNIVERSARY T THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH It was a great lay Sunday last Rev George Darsio preatthed his usual anniversary sermon to a largo congregation In it ho have many interesting facts concerning his Church among them that the past year it gave over 2200 for mis siam It supports a foreign missionary two homo missionaries and a State missionary besides its own regular preacher Jt has d Church Extension fund of over newIchurches every year At the close of the anniversary sermon there were seven additions to the Church six of them by con fession throe young men and three young women That night a crowded congregation witnessed the Boys and Girls Rally Day exer oises given by the school in tho in terest of home missions and went away delighted The program was very attractive It was a great day ELKS LODGE OF SORROW There was a large attendance upon the Elks Lodge of Sorrow at tho Opera House on Sunday afternoon last at 880 oclock Dean Baker P Lee of Lexing ton delivered tho address which was a flue piece of oratory Beautiful and appropriate music was rendered by the Frankfort Or ohostra Miss Willanna Smith Miss Harriett McClure Mr J M Van Derveer and Mr R K McClure Jr IVVaanasaay WIT Reading Everybody invited to inspect our line of fine ware toys ji Given a 111 os beautifulI h Childs- Cook Range Everyone milking a Cash purchase of 100 is entit led to draw a number from ti box Party hold jug the lucky number will receive tho range The lnln number will bo an llomirldon the evening of Dec 24 G p m Draw lpninuMrlay Den 9 W Ti Reading I The LeadingChina 8W J3ro ci cl v av Kcclo Dyspepsia CureI Digests what you catI UJi J1l4 T 18 ES IIiICES 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 anytimeright wo nsk you to tell us of it John DriscollFrankfort Ky 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 C Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider I Something Swell INIREED ROCKERS TIll kind that rests you Something comfortable from i2r li tp R ROGERS SONS Ia 1 l tlt M 1 Dr Codys Condition Powders are badIIare medicine anti the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale byT W Gayle and LeCompte R Ga- yletanks I idneyGlobes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses Rive relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Ercissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and nil irregularities of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 50 cente- per box on the No Guru No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly A TIMELY SUGGESTION This is tho season of the year when tho prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply RemedyItwinter is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand told given as soon as tho cold is contracted and before systeulIntnkinAtllIappenrsrheruchildren for it contains no harmful substance It is pleasant to take both adults and children like it Buy it and you will get the best It always cures For smile by all druggists GOOn FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure hives imlmediate relief in all cases of t Croup and LaGrippe because It does not pass immediately into the j stomach but takes eitect right at drawsj byipure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to tin blood and tissue Pi1 Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it daily and says there is no butter rough remedy made Sold by W G- aylyJEM lour hits won its vuy + itt merit 1lll11 is no nthor flour ciuiti so sat isfactory for all round hunts use It is al ways tit same not good one day and had tho next late no substitute Have J E M llldiIJ B ffl milling Co l1tllr rM IJ t Your Christmas Shopping Must be Done whY nod Begin Now j If you have decided on serviceable gifts take a look at our special offerings for this Xmas Special Neckwear 50c to SlHO Special line of Gloves 50c to 500 Special line Ladies Slippers 300 to 400 Large assortment Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Oxford and Ways Mufflers in Silk and Wool Big lot of Hose from a lOco Cotton to a 1 50 Silk fltf i BADLY BURNED On Tuesdayron the infant child of Mr Wm B Morris was severely burned at the homo of its grandfather Mr Richard Morrison the Owenton pike Surgical atten tion was at onco rendered fund the little one is doing very well It is purI1naneu Did you see Hammond Cos wagonin tho parade Tuesday Old Dick and Capt Turner both looked like fouryearolds I ItI iINAUG1JR N BALL i ball was one of I the must brilliant and successful everfTeld In this city It was largqly attended insomuch that fit the big dining room of the Capital fiotel hud to be used for the over flow crowd of the celebrated ball room and both rooms were filled with pretty women beautifully gowned and handsome men All went merrily as marriage bells Hammond Co have just delis ered 5500 of their celebrated Wash ington Red Cedar Shingles to the new Southern Presbyterian Church r FINE KENTUCKY GENTLE MAN DIES t On Tuesday night last Capt Henry S Halley of Paynes De pot died at his home aged 63 years after a long illness Capt Halley was a brave earnest and honest Kentucky gentleman who was honored by all who knew him He served in the 9th Ky Cavalry C S A Col W C P Breckinridne commanding After the close of the wax he mar tied Miss Alice Bell a schoolmate of the writer and daughter of the late Mr Frank Bell of White Sul phur He leaves a devoted wife and four children to mourn an in dulgent and tenderhearted father and a Christian gentleman The funeral took place from his late home on Thursday morning at j 11 oclock and the remains were placed in the family lot in the Lexington Cemetery He sleeps vell after the warfare f of life Farewell old friend We shall meet again beyond the Shadow and the shining Weather strips at- Hammond Co- Wilkinson St 144t WELCOME AS SUNSHINE After a long storm is a feeling of a relief when an obstinate pitiless bylquite realize what the feeling is There is no opium in the Balsam its good effect is radical and last ing Take a bottle home today HE FOUND A CURE R H Foster 818 S 2d Street Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without relief but I have found a cure in Heroine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that way and it is euringt hem too COcat Paul B Weitzels M BIRTHS SMITH r n this county on Sun day December 0 HJOa to Mr Cas sius Smith and wife a daughte- rGOINSIn this city on Monday to Mr Canada Joins and wife a daughterFlora TRUE AS GOSPEL It pays to protect and to promote the public health The Pennsyl vonia town of Butler will require 100000 to eradicate typhoid fever The incidental losses from such n visitation are incalculable The command to overt American city that comes from experience is It keep clean CIVIC LEAGUE We understand that some of our best people contemplate forming a Civic League to promote the eleva tion of our city in all directions and especially in regard to cleanliness and improvements WE CURE MORPHINE HABIT We Have Discovered a Marvelous Remedy for Drug Habits and We Give it to You Free We have found a marvelous remedy for restoring to perfect health men and women suffering from the awful curse of drug habit It matters not how long you have had it how or when you got it This is no ordinary drug or method of treat ment We are constantly curin tho worst cases of drug habit known and give an unqualified guarantee to cure any case undertaker by us or refund your money We urge every person suffering from this orrible disease to write us and we will send free a bottle of our mar velous remedy Wo urge physicians having refractory oases and all who want to be cured of this awful curse to write us today All correspond elate confidential in plain envelopes Address Manhattan Thera poetic Association Dent B 1185 Broadway New York ltIONE HUNDRED BOX Is the value H A Tisdale Sum merton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He says I had the piles for 20 years I tried many doctors and medicines but all failed except DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured me It is a combination of the healing prop erties of Witch Hazel with antisep tics and emollients relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding Itohin and protruding sores outs bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold by J W Gayle BETTER THAN A PLASTER A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts is bet ter than a plaster for a lame back land for pains in the silo or chest Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for the deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For sale by all druggists IDr Wflaer Treatment Syrup pttrlfle Un blood Cerate hetli akin croptln IFREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTON THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1135 Broadway New York City I DEATHS ICARIERAt her home near Swifter on Thursday Mrs Nancy Carter aged 78 years This estimable Christian woman had been blind for many long years yet had attended to her household duties and gone about the neighbor hood with almost as much facility as those having sight She was a faithful member of North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer from which place the funeral and burial took place on yesterday morning at11 oclock Rev B P Roach con leavestwoSHEETSIn this city on Thursday night Mrs Margaret M Sheets wife of Mr John Sheets aged about suverallwoeks memI11lrleaves two sons and a devoted hus deathThe at the home 480 High street this morning by Rev George Darsie beburiedHOLTONAt his home near the Forks of Elkhorn on Sunday night Mr Llewellyn Holton aged 86 yearsMr Holton was one of the oldest and best known citizens of this county He had many warm friends who will he saddened by unasgchildren three sons and three daughters to mourn his death Tho funeral services were con meted on Tuesday morning by- Ron Father T S Major of the Catholic Church of which he was a member and the burial was in our cemetery thisISteele aged 84 years Mr Steele was for many years a prominent business man and had a large circle of friends and ac quaintainoos For several years owing to the infirmities of age he had been about but little and his death was not unlooked for He leaves one daughter and a largo circle of relatives to mourn his departure The funeral services were con ducted by his pastor Rev George Darsie on Sunday afternoon and the interment was in the family lot in our filemeter- yHARRODIn this city on Tues day Dexter Harrod son of Officer H D Harrod aged 8 years of membranous croup The little lad was a bright and lovable boy the idol of his parents Tho funeral took place on Wednes day afternoon at 8 oclock from the residence of his parents Rev B Adams conducting the services The afflicted ones have the sym pathy of many friends SMITHIn this county on Mon day Mrs Bottle Smith wife of Mr Marshall Smith aged 65 years Mrs Smith had been ill for some time She was fl member of An tioch Christian Cuhrch She leaves a husband and eight children three sons and five daughters to mourn her death The funeral and burial took place at 10 oclock on Wednesday after noon at Antioch Church Umbrellas Suspenders Gaiters Ear Muffs Jewelry Dress SuitCases Bags Trunks c iJ If you are looking for the largest assortment of good leer chandise come to us All our lines are complete f Our Prize Watch will bo awarded New Years Day vorite some School Teacher So dont forget to vote for your toI d i Strongest in the World is THE EqUItable ASSURANCE LIFE SOCIETY IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not fora day but for all time SURPLUS 75752097 the largest total of any Life Co on Earth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1002 4477 024 more than was paid by OilY other Co More than a million a month was paid last year in death claims more than a million a month in living benefits Why allow your family to carry the burden when the Equitable is ready and willing Assure today tomorrow never comes- I shall be pleased to call and explain our contracts Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY u nn JIWHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGE I Ramadias OXilD 3BY JXXiXi ODJctTTOOrXSITS rtjpared br JAMES F BALLARD St Louie PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadwayj 1 iWbfD FeelsDepressQd has frequent headaches a ball cso nerveslack mlndyItsDont tall get today your druggists a bottlo of HERBINEand dlResttvo organs their normal functions Youllfeel a now woman after takIng the first bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway 4 DrO B Demaree General Practice and Electrothe rapeutics including X Rays Ultra Violet Rays Galvanic and Paradic ElectricityOFFICE ANN STREET CAPITAL HOTEL BLDG HOURS 10 19 a 2 4 and 6 8 p PHONES Office New 162 Old 402 Reildonco Now 161 Old 226 14lin When weary of life and all Its scenes there is every chance that you need a digestive tonic Theres nothing that will put blue glasses before a mans eyes quicker than Indigestion Take Walthers Pep tonized Portone of the Rood diges tive tonics Simply port and pepsin both of which your physi clan tell you are Invaluable to the digestion Patent medicines of unknown formula are dangerous to experi ment with- WalthorK Peptonizod Port will do the work if anything will You can get it of W Gayle Frankfort Ky Small size 50 cents largo size Mat Quantity = Best in Quality mm + of ot to at to to m to to in J In Beautiful Hnines need Keiskersi FurniturEWe point with pride to the many beautiful homes we have furnished in this and other states Ours is the LEADING FURNITURE STORE in LOUISVILLK and the SOUTH WONT YOU BECOME ONE OF OUR Customers FURNITURE makes an Weal CHRISTMAS GIFT No 586 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 9StkL I Jl YINCH6ST R IJ FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re JnessLeader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT PERSONALhT Mr Richard W Kendall of Lou isville was hero Tuesday Judge Jos E Robbins of May- field was in thu city this week Mr Tool S Head Sr of Burgin was In the city on Tuesday Dr Acquilla Talbott of Lexing ton was in city on Tuesday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was here this week Mr Robert Simmons of Coving ton was in the city this week J Miss Effle T Lewis of Lexing ton was in the Pity Wednesday Mr Tony Sohoberth of Ver MidIwayMrs Frank S HafI and Mrs Lee Buckley visited in Louisville this week Col A D Martin and family returned from Chicago Ills on Mon f dayCol W H Newhall Jr and wife of Louisville visited here this week 5 Mr L P Hulette of Louisville was in the city on Monday county court day Mrs M D Avorill and son left yesterday morning for Harrods burgMrs Victoria Carrico of Meade county is tile guest of Mr J M Case and wife 1 Jolly Tim E Stone of Brock In Mge county was in tho city this jok Miss Mary Gray loaves for Green lie Miss next week to visit lends Dr J it McKee and wife attend 1 tho funeral of Mr R C Steele n Sunday Mr John Rozell of Louisville visited relatives and friends horn this week L Mr J W Cammack of Owenton was in tho city on legal business weekxf Mr Win Yeoman and son Mr Saul S Yeoman of Versailles woro here on Tuesday Mi Russell S Penn who is attending College at Georgetown was at homo a few days this week Hon N B Hays Attorney Gen eralelect is her arranging to mov- e4khis family to this city Mrs S C Slack of Maysvillo who has been the guest of Mrs Earl Rogers has returned homo Miss Christine Bradley who has KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE Dlg stfol all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and j strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure purifiesstrengtols itch Gov G W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cud have found it to bo otlectivo and indeed a powmClill remedy for stomach ailments I W recommend it to my friends Sold bv J W iavle- BALIAIIPS HOREHOtJND SYRUP Immediately relieves hoarse roupy cough oppressed rattling rasping anti breathing Henry C Stoartis Druggist Slmlls burg Wisconsin writes May HUH I havo hocn soiling Mallards Horohound Syrup for two years and have never had a preparation that hIs given better satisfaction no taco that when soil a bottlo they come Buck len morn can inn estly recommend it c and ILOO at Paul WoitoPs DRIVEN TO DESPERATION Living at sin out of mo way piaco rcmoto from civiliation a family is lion driven to desperation in oasoof accident resulting in Hums Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Hucklons Arnica Salvo Its tho host on cieth6u at all hug stores been tho guest of friends hero has returned to her house in Louisville Mr McClure Kelly wife aid child of Houston Texas are guests of relatives here Mr Frank Buttlmer and wife of Now Castle wore guests of friends here this week Mrs Yoba Hewitt Matthows of TSTow Castle was in the city this week the guest of Mrs John W Rodman Misses Allie and Susie Hawkins of Woodford county were guests of Miss Mary Keith Miles this week Miss Margaret Reading has re WnshlngtonCit Mr Tom A Hall was called to theIGen David R Murray former Adjutant General has returned to his home at Cloverport with his familyDr Levi Burruss of Lexington who was an old employe of the Yeoman office in 1874 attended the inaugurationCol Denunzio late of the celebrated Louisville Newsboys Band was in the city Tuesday and came to see us Mrs L Carpenter and Miss Jennie Lillard of Lawrenceburg were guests of their sister Mrs W S Farmer on Tuesday Mrs Dr F C Thum and sister Miss Nellie Willis of Louisville were guests of Miss Winona Good win this week Miss Estolle Fullenwider of Shel byville who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Roy H Kleiser has returned home Mrs Johnston Barrett and Miss Eva Newbrandt of Cincinnati who have been guests of Mrs Phil D Arnold have returned home Mr John C Curry and son of Glasgow visited in this city Tues day which was his old homo when PrintingOn rosignedhisH Co and has removed his fam ily to Louisville where he will re side in future BAZAAR AND SUPPER We are requested to announce that tho good ladies of the First Baptist Church will give their An Fridayi mallYImany others that will render Ins service In addition they servo ono of their famous sup pars Everybody knows that these ladies are noted for giving the moneys worth for anything they offer for solo Prices will bo very reasonableTHE w STAR STATE Down in Texas at Yoakum is n big drv firm of which Mr J M Huller Is tho head Mr Hailer on one of his trips East to buy wasIrotirimr and Otl will he up goodIbraoho and that logy fooling OoWitts Little Pawls Risers are till host pills to use Sold by J W Uaylo WANT HI Nifty young Indies to work at Frankfort Shoo Co Apply at thnI otllco j COUNTY CIYEKK Wo arc nut horicil to smnnunco N SMITH Esq as n candidate for roolootion as Coiflky Court Chirk subject to the action of till Democratic primary 62to- Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Wort guaranteed NOTED HORSEMAN TO WBDj By tho Wood ford Sun of last WIJflJ1 wo loam that ono of tilt most l1JtdIhorsnmoM of that county Mr iscll Railoy is soun to bocoino a hrnclict Our friend hud linen on tho carpet so long nut Inul so many tins been ensnared by little Dan Cupid that wo had almost do spiircd of his Over changing his tote Hilt tho tin has at lat gone forth and from and after Decem ber ho will trot in double har ness the rest of his days on this terrestrial hall Tho lucky girl is said to ho a beautiful Missouri lady who livos at tho great college town of Colum bia in tint Shoe It is from this notrd little city that HUll ItThornton a follow countymiin and relative of Mr Bailey who was likewise a long time in choosing a bride wont to win his charming and accomplished wife Tho lady of Mr Ruileys choice is Miss Elizabeth Wlllkerrlhl wedding is to occur at tho home of tho brides uncle Mr Humphrey Walker near Columbia She is said to be a highly accomplished and lovely girl who is greatly be loved by all who know her Mr Bailey is one of the biggest hearted and jolliest of Kentucky gentlemen and has long dispensed true Kentucky hospitality at tho old Bailey homestead at Buck Run He is a handsome and chiv alrous gentleman in the prime of a sturdy manhood It is said that the only reason he has never mar ried before is that there were so many lovely girls in Woodford county that he could not help lov ing all of them some and that the strain upon that member was so great that when he attempted to make a choice he just could not decide which he cared the most for until some other good fellow had carried her off In sheer despera then he at last wont to the Blue grass section of Missouri and there met his fate in the person of the lovely young girl who Is so soon to preside over his handsome home We have known Mr Bailey well for a good many years and we de sire to testify to his many manly qualities that endear him to his friends and tender our heartiest congratulations upon his at last doubling his joys as well as some other things 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 addi tional all payable in cash each week Money for expenses ad vanced Position permanent Busi nose successful and rushing Stand ard House 8JIO l Chicago 1010t A glass or two of water talenIhalf an hour before regularHarshWhen a is needed take- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver gentleindruggists r IAGO SAID Who Steals My Purse Steals Trash HISPrRsEMIsThave front those we handle for our purses and pocket hooks are valuable even when empty A good sUbstantia1n- untP holder that shuts in your loose change and keeps it is a money saver Your pocket can rosily look more than the price of good purse We make tIt 1111 y close prices on pocket books and purses tend are always glad to show them GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE Cor Ann and Broadway rw B GEORGE THE MAIN STREET Jeweler i If Watches Clocks Sterling Silver and Plated Ware 1 Sterling Silver Novelties ssitsblsJfa Wedding and Holiday Presents r A t hV TV lnvst 111- s10n EPlythil1 lIllllIl1td rpplpr1bd STARTLING EViiENE quuntihIsDr Kings New Discovery for Con1 sumption Coughs and Colds to he unequaled A recent expression fromrl J McFarland Bontonville Va serves as example Ho writes I had Bronchitis for three and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective In curing all Lung and Throat troubles Con GripGurnntoedbottles free regular sixes 50c and 100 WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Nowson Decatur Ala For three years she writes 11 endured insufferable pain from in digestion stomach and bowel trouble Deaths seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Itsguaranteed by all druggists THE WEARY WAY Daily Becoming Less Wearisome to Many in Frankfort dayWithAnnoying urinary disorders Tis a weary way indeed Downs Kidney Pills drive weari ness Are endorsed by Frankfort citi zensMrs Kate Newkirk widow of 113 Logan St says It was some times very hard for me to perform my daily work on account of weak ness across my loins and the ash ing I endured when stopping or reaching forward for any object the irregular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scalding which accompanied the secretions caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing I doe tored a great deal besides employing various remedies said to be good for kidney trouble but I re ceived only slight relief if any Reading notices about Doans Kidney Pills which appeared in our newspapers impressed me with their value so concluding to try them I procured a box at J W GIles drug store Their elfeot certainly surprised me and followed up the treatment with a sec ond box Downs Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have et pected I certainly recommend themFor sale h all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf alo N Y solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Downs and take no other- BILIOUS COLIC PREVENTED Take a double dose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indica tion of the disease appears and a threatened attack stay be warded oil Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect success For sale by all druggistsWANlEISeveral persons of character and good reputation in each State ono in this county re quired to represent and advertise old established wealthy business home of solid financial standing Salary fJlOl weekly with expenses additional all payable in cash direct ovory Wednesday frown head nlllces Horso and carriage fur nishod when necessary Hefor oniis Enoloso stunvelope Colonial iWJ Dearborn St Chicago LIdt FOR IiENl House stable big garden cistern and store Ono of the hot busi ness points around Two nines from city at tho intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MKS MARGARET MAHONEY- Saitf tPLETE1W Jewelryrt ajir1eeHoIid Games6o different gamesall new one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers OA8TORXAButs the A FOR SALE CHEAP A secondhand freight elevator Apply at this office BLACKSMITHS ATTENTION We are receiving a supply of Fire Creek W Va and Pitts burg Pa smithing coals Place your order at once if you want a fine quality of coal- ATTENTION FARMERS We have received a supply of the Genuine Kanawha Salt known to be the best for salting meat FRANKFORT ELEVATORCOAL 10tf I 1STATSKKXTrcKY BAXKHCPTCV In tho matter of Mrs Fannie Power BankruptOn A D con hllnkruptlfurA D it is ordered by tho court that a hearlni Oeiupon the same on tilt December before soul court ut bov tartan in said district at oclock in the forenoon or as near lIhlo and that notice thereof bo published ono time in t printodinand other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and thou entice an they have why prayer of said potitioner- 8honltl not be Irllnhl1IT tho honorable A M1 andSEAIsaid district on tho 5th day of De comber A D1NCS OokIHt 0yHOW TO PREVENT CROUP It will bo good news to the mothers of small children to learn that croup can bo prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness A day or two before the attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough Remedyfreely I hoarse or even after the rough cough appears and it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety may be avoided This remedy is used by many thousands of mothers and his never been known to fail Itis in fact tho only remedy that can alwavs he depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists FARM For dale or Exchange otter for sain my fiinn of uterus lo cated on Oweuton pipe tl miles from city 15 acres in cultivation Plenty of water good barn brick residence and good cabin About four acres in orchard Place is part of Cluis Ullara farm Will ell or exchange for city property Appb to MSS LIBIE HAHN or C L HA UN at H K McClure k Sous Stf THE BAZAARSTORE TH- ENEW r STORE COME AND SEE ALL the most beautiful at d new novelties of all de scription at the lowest I prices at the BAZAAR STOKE THE N E V STORE The prices cant be compared to any place in Frankfort Here are a few ofour bargains for Thanks v ing Week Surprise Egg B then fortIc worth f White Enameled Pud ding Pun for lOc 20tc t Six Water lasses lScI Six hundred pieces of Fancy China inelud ing Water Pitcher Salad Bowl and Cake Plate at only 25c worth WOe teachlnrgestlinevariety ever displayed forgettoIn Powers Old Stand 312 MAIN ST- FRANKFORT KY SAMUEL RODDE PROPRIETOR Continued from Ith papri social purity honrry and all otlui divim md bountiful oharltrsHristlrs which it city 0tnhlish within her te tilt reirl ofctyic riuhtenusmKs Thj National Cash lipgivter Co of Diyton U considered the Kin derpirttMi ofso much importance that they supported one for the btu efit of their employees children un til the Public School took up the work The Iroctorand Gamble Co Cin cinnati O Iliid1I1I1l years IIgOIi that in niter yjiirs ONLY those who had been iven Kindergarten tiainin would he tI h tfolTho Cleveland U Jlihlie Shooconsiders this branch of their WOlIrthe most important yetlettersKinderfrartners but who deem this phase of education too important to neglect Mill owners and manu facturers have written letters en heartilyTho Co Pelz r S C Victor Manufacturing IanIUfnmorn Kindergartens for the children fi of their omplo tsJThere is so XPOIISI as nogloct and nothing so t1childchildsavingTho lItolJs OIprison said Jacob R a thorough investigation the needs of a city goodwomonlish a Kindergarten in that district- nCNIldeOIl protutu unIs 111010thu mailThe wmI01 an assembly hall at nit ht intlut5slbilityTbnside stairway that is no means safe fur little children In the sioatitohidren already too numb with the- cold to be sure footed to climb tIll steps A most pitiful case was that delightedining this little woman could ho seen coming up the street all too thinly clad walking with tho of a crutch and leading It nldI llohildlll1 ought to bo inn Kindergarten brightgpromising children who J much determination within them that as men and women they will he a putter for good or a great power for evil Isow is the time to start them right If the next gen oration is to ho purer and nobler it be because we have seen to it hat these children are given the proper training What are you to do1 Will the BaliIdtif Education and our Mayor use their influence to1 continue this good Will some wOIIIyer 01 any man try a kindergarten as a moans of adverj tisoimiitV It will pay It has paid yearIlllisci have done much for law and elghtIwho attended the kindergartens and during all that time only had ever been in the police lOI1IuIMany ot these children were street Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in taste Young women in their teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion It is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cureI of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer He sure that this picture InIthe form a label on the wrapper of every bottle you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York r urchins who woro just growing t TopsyThis alone scans to me IdnlorgartHow long will it he before ft kin lonrnrrcn in its own room is es tablishod Today children Ire calling to yon for their just duos quotationnfronshould hoar in mind that every movement that makes happier wiser tend Netter is road for the city State and Nation The city itself as elsewhere should be in the forefront of this beneficent movement and it hould not depend upon private donations lint until psIibute ublic to its success Sincerely YA H When you dont fool rightare not yotr5elfbut dont know what is tho matter try taking Walthers ood common souse PortI in a natural way a combination of own digestive with that fine old tonic ood port wine If it doesnt do tho work you need a doctor If you are not in need of a doctor it will do the work Do not experiment with patent mnlwupjyou you Jcnew their composition FrIJl1I100 IFOn SALK OR RENT A farm of Id acres on tIll George town pike near Woodlake Has a cottage house of live rooms and all necessary Hit buildintr5 upon it Voll w tiered and fenced Posses lion iriven March 1st Addess MRS KATR K WALTuCE ICyoMarshall Frankfort J Dec 112H IDr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skill eruptions IJ1HAl THROTVHING HEAD ACHE IWould quickly leave you if you Kings New Lifo Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sill and makeIOnly i5 cents money haul if not eared Sold by all druggists DOING THE RIGHT THING The trouble begins with a tick ling in tho thrust and a uttggiug- littlocough Soreness in the chest follows tIlt patient wonders if lie is going to bravo an all winter cold Probably if ho does the wromr thing or nothing Certainly not if ho uses Perry Davis Pain killer the staunch old remedy that cures a cult in twentyfour hours Then is lint one Painkiller Perry Davis IIIhiryche1Ailr1nfIIId the nnening gun proclaiming till mitural and healthful return of bicycling Oil Albrt A Pope the founder of our bicycle industries st tb IoIII1tically supporting bicycling Half of each lent is blank for memoran da This calendar is free at the- P10 Manufacturing Companys stores or any of our readers sun obtain it by sending five 2cont stamps to the Pope Manufacturing Sigel5trcct man 1vtNIFiAor in each establishedfage hliSilloss for an old house of solid financial A straight bout tide weekly salary of 18 paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from head quarters Miinoy advanced lot x penses Enclose addressed envel lildgfMiimitrnp LORrfrJUJImlIUm j KENTUCKY W HIS KEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky Sfftti vii trt1 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No a DailyEx AMJl INo A II r25 745 11 1010 08r Torrent ii a Koattyvillo Jiuictiun 015 10 i211I OHIO AND Nls IXo84 iIntlnn No IL iI0Lexiunton 520it4tJlliiIJaolsmt KENTUCKY RAILWAY Dii1yI Ex Sand No A Ar NoI M 001 70 826 1180 221 ills A M Lve P M LvalP1L Ar PMAr r= 1IIDJ1 285 Tncksnn Boo II 2t0 0 K Junction a5 1120 Wilhur t 41i llf2 IIIHI1Hi2i Nos and will innku close connection at O a K Junction with Nos 8 nod for points on the Lexington and Eastern Hallway L CONLEY Supprilitemlunt J R BARB CHARLES SCOTT Ocnoral Manager G P A WINTFHS COMiNG 1Iratw murorrerw rw awanw CARRY GRATES FIKH BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS MATCHES a ALL KINDS OF PAINTS GLASS ROOFING fRANK G STAGG 210 Ann Street Frankfor K If IJ11usn g SHY that MrIJ U H1 S j MAGAZINEis the best lulisllecltit allY price Yet it is only 10 cents a copy 100 It year In every number of McChinfs there fire articles of intense interest on subjects of tho greatest national import ance would not be McOlures I FREE StntiousNo scribe stow for Me Clares for 1904 and yd and December numbers of 1903 fUR S S McChuitE COMPANY 52a LEXINGTON Hum Sew YORK N wit lJg Seventh River Louisville Memphis N O 1fcl No uvit jm Arrvc717antNow Orlinnx SIIIlnJ No lie ffr iSOl i in Arrives j ji in In For lnlton Pailucali man intiriucdiiitc in For Central City Corm vting sirvUt to Trains Run Dally for the akin A DllilyEx Dally Ip M IImoronsfijsrood clltcrItail1in theI YJ Illinois Central IXLElliubethtnuHotlclllIIe132LlaIflUSUlltlllr III HARDWARE AMERICAN FENCINGW SyrupPurifies To in prove the nppotito and stronKttin tho digestion try a font dosoH of Chninhcrlains Stomach and Tlvor Tnblvtfl lir 1 H saysTheyinipikirtMl rnlicve1u13 of a hloated fee IIii tad oausid a plcasant aril satirifaorory inovetnont of tho bowels Then are pooplo in this uoiiiiiiunity who need just snoli a nuuliuino For sale hy all drnggists Every box warranted CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have 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