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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT G iJO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvanoIVOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 9 1904 Whole Stock BROGAN WE have again a stock of our Red Kip Ties which we sell at 150 We be lieve this is the only store in Central Kentucky which handles a whole stock brogan at any priceTe know it is the only one at which you can buy a gen nine Whole Stock Red Kip Brogan for f 150 r RIK McCLURE SON a 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY For the Roundabout THE HOG NUISANCE Frankfort Ky Jan 1904 Representativeelect Frank L Johnson of this county will please present a bill to this Legislature which will be of much importance to the farmers whose lands adjoin the public highways and this bill should impose a fine on every per son in the county who allows his hogs to run at largo on the public roads This is the only way to protect the farmer from the roaming root ing razznrbaoks that infest the public roads at present Only a small proportion of fam ilies undertake to keep and raise hogs on the public highways to the worry and damage of ten times of other people Under what rule of right theory or justice process of reasoning or enso of common honesty can it be fairly insisted that the majority of the population should contribute to the support of the hogs of the few families who insist on raising them on the public highways Building fences at the present time pigtight is expensive and ono old sow and pigs can do more damage Inl corn field or garden in a single night than cnn be repaired in a week and often not in the en tiro season The owners of these hogs in ninetynine cases out ofa hundred are irresponsible parties Let the cows and calves horses and sheep if you will run on the highways to eat the grass that would go to waste and the noxious weeds but stop the hogs pray stop tho liogs Mr Johnson A FARMER NOTICE There will be a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co at their oilloe 102 St Clair St city of Frankfort State of Kentucky on Monday January JlHU at 2 p in sharp for tho purpose of trans acting such business as may come before tho mooting D W LINDSEY President 16tdWOMANS CLUB MEETING The Womans Club will hold an afternoon session on Monday the 11th inst at 8 oolouk p m for the transaction of important busi ness usually pertaining to the meetings in January Tile Club will hold an adjourned W meeting in the evening at 8 oclock at the chapel of Ascension Epis copal Church when Miss Tarrant of Louisville will give a delichtful talk on the subject of Civic Improvement under the auspices of the Club Department of Current Events Visitors and the public cordially invited No cards of ad mission required Annual Linen Sale Janu ary 11th to 18th F J Heeney IDIREClORS MEETING The Directory of the Womans Club will hold its regular monthly meeting in the Club rooms at 3 oclock p in today Saturday January Ot- nSERIOUSLY HURT BY FALL We regret to learn that our young friend Mr Cyrus T Duvall who lives near Stamping Ground wa very seriously injurel by a fail which ho received on Tuesday morning last It seems that Mr Duvall was running after a cow when ll slipped on the icy ground and fel with great force upon his shoulder inflicting very serious internal as well as external injuries Mr Duvalls many friends in this city sincerely hope he may recover CROUP The peculiar cough which indi Bates croup is usually well known to tho mothers of croupy children No time should bo lost in the treat mont of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more mini versal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste val uable timo in experimenting with- untried remedies no matter how highly they may be recommended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by all druggists SUDDEN DEATH OF GEN LON GSlHE Rl Lieut Gon Tames Longstroot o Gainesville Ga lied suddenly on Saturday as tho result of a hemor rhago froth an old wound in his throat Gen Longstroet was next- to tho last of tho line of Lieut Gen orals of tie Confederate Army Ho- was an able and gallant twldier- and was at the saute time as gentl- told tender as a woman in all the relations of private life WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME Ono of the prettiest stage pictures that has been evolved this season accompanied the proceedings in tho second act of When Johnny Comes Marching Homethe patriotic comic opera that newI to the Capital Theatre tonl January 0 The delicacy find flnement of scenic art is beautifully illustrated in the back drop representing a river traversing the lush bourn lands of the Mississippi andt in the foreground occupied by a weatherworn mansion familiar on the big cotton plantations of the South before the war a bit of theM negro servants quarters ing rose bushes and widespreading trees It is a moonlit scone and the lighting is managed so well that the shimmering effect of the moons beams on the river is repro ducod in a way that is said to create a charming illusion The care taken by the manage mont to beautify this scene and to make it as captivating and alluring as possible goes still further The period of the action at this time in the springtime of the year when the voices of nature mako music in the silent watches of the night The dancing fireflies that point theI dusk with dots of light add to the fascinating deception and the mu sical Murmurings of melancholy frogs those unquiet spirits of the marhlands whose softer cadences invite drowsiness as easily us their rasping croakings when they are in full tune banish it complete the effect The imitation of the orfnIturesin Joseph Jeffersons presentment Hearthtcur tain on the scene and may easily escape the inattentativo ear of the person only conscious of the gun eral beauty of the stage picture It dies away shortly but it lingers in the memory of the sensitive and impressionable spectator as a fascinating incidental in the produo tion and as a happy thought on thoj part of the producer Mr F C ts detail that is so satisfying to any cue having the artistic senseIREV CARLISLE P B MARTIN L L DiWavorly Texas a morning when first I often find a troublesome collection of hlIHoreIland it is so pleasant to take I can most cordially recommend it to all poruons needing a medicine for troublesPricl1Veitzels JaIlU1IF JlleclteyM- AGNIFICENT SCHOOL BUILDING BURNS St Cathorlnos Academy of Sion na located at Springfield Wash ington county Ivy was destroyed by fire on Saturday night last in volving a loss of over H0000 wlth only 05000 insurance It was in charge of Sisters of charity Luckily tho larger number of pupils were at their homos luring tho holidays About sovontyttvo teach ors and the same number of schol ars were in tho building and escaped serious injury though 8uf1 fering from cold and oxoitoment BELLfMr John W Boll of Shelby villo Cither of Gon J Franklin Bell r S A died at his homo on Monday night last aged 75 from tho effects of a stroke of apoplexy Mr Boll was born and raised the edge of this county on tho place now owned by tho Wood Bros Hot was a dealer in live stock for many years Ho was an upright and honorable gentleman We have known him from our infancy He was a member of the Presbyterian ChnrohBOND FORFEITED commonw1IJthslstar Goebel assassination case was de dared forfeited in the circuit court on Tuesday The bond calls for 10000 So endoth the reading of lesson Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be prepared for Dr Thomas Electric Oil onarch over pain MAYOR OVERRULED On Monday night at the meeting- of the city council the mayor ruled that the election of firemen was void because not held in December Upon appeal this decision was overruled by a vote of 8 to The fire boys will now receive 60 per month salary They deserve it YOU CAN NOT CHANGE The course of a storm by tearing warnIIngtemporarilyJ BalIbecause it allays the inflammation anti rids you of the mucus that stops up the air passages STATE DEPOSITORIES IIhitspositories for State funds South ern National Bunk Louisville i Farmers Bank of Frankfort Ma rion National Bank of Lebanon Phoenix National Bank Lexington i and Graves County Banking and Trust Co of Mayfield Many persons who feel tired ner vous and all worn outnot exactly sick yet far from well seek the aid of a physician when what they really need is a simple tonic some upi try ValI ithers Peptonized Port Sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky It corn blocs the richest old port wino with the very best of It creates a natural appetite tones up tile stomach cures dyspepsia and indi gestion Many physicians prescribe Wal thers peptonized Port when their patinnts need a dependable tonic Small sio 50 cents large size 100 THE CLANG OF THE STREETCAR GONG In accordance with contract the Frankfort and Versailles In tOlur ban Railway started the cars on Saturday afternoon It was found that the cars could only run as far as Broadway street owing to a de foot at the crossing of the railroad onoland o remedy the defect On Sunday morning the cars com menced making regular trips and tho welcome sound of the gong has been heard regularly on our streets So soon as the weather will per mit work will be begun on the ex1 tensions to the road which will onablv the line to do a much larger business than it has ever done Terriblti plagues those itching disousos of the skin 1ut an end to misery mans Ointment cures At any drug store ID IS LOCATED HER SHOULDER Mrs Johanna Sodorholm of For tUH Falls Minn foil and dislo cated her shoulder She had a surgeon get it back in place as soon as possible but it was quite sore and pained her very much Hor sou menthe 0I that ho hud seen Cliaiiihorlainri Pain Balm advor tisod for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which ho did It quickly ro liovtd her and enabled hor to sleep which she hud not done for soveral davs Tho son was so much pleased with the relief it gave his mother that ho has since recommended to many others For solo by all druggists I G Kaglni I Bio I DIg GOOdS any Notions AGENTS FO- RC1obra1edI Paper PaI1ers 10 and lac h 1COUNCILThe following new oilloers for IyPresident C Newman 1st Vice President J A Brislan 2d Vice ProsW A Lutkemeier Recording SeetyJ H Sower Financial SootyJ Dolan Corsp Secty0 T Canty Treasurer J R Sower Marshal W T Collins Inside Sentinel E Foley Watersi F Lutkemeier Chairman G B Sal under F B Weitzel ITho great number of dyspeptics is increasing daily This is due to hurried eating and lack of care in selecting proper food There is nothing more effective to the rundown digestive organs than pure pepsin while pepsin alone corrects the overworked digestive organs a tonic such as pure port wine is also necessary to keep them in this condition Walthers Peptonized found in all drug stores in exact proportions combinesIpepsin and richest port highly recommended by physicians For sale by J W l KySmall W largo size 100ii Annual Linen Sale Janu Aj ary 11th to 18th 1 J Heeney SCRAP AT DANCE At a danuo on North Wilkinson stroot on Monday night Mr RobtmM Semones and Mr Will Follis bo came involved in a difllculty Inrtil-o course of which Semonos was out on the head and in the side JenderedfJIat once CASTOR I ArFor Infants and Children 1 The Kind You Have Always Boughtw thotSignature of- PERSONAL Mrs Thus H Locke left Monday for CinoinnntiIMr T A Rospasr f Maysvillo was hero this week Mrs David P Davi d visiting friends in Louisville Mr W W Longmonr loft ytstor day for St Louis Mo Mr Roger Johnson visited friends in Lexington this week Judgo W T LnfTorty of CynTTTi nna was hero this week Tutlge1 H Payntor has returned from n trip to Mississippi Hun South Trim bio returned to Washington City on Wednesday Capt Asa Walker and wife left Monday for Washington City Mr James M Satfell and wife t left for Cincinnati on Monday Mrs Al W Smith is a guest of i Mrs Richard Morris at Linwood Mr Elbert Goins and bride have returned from their wedding trip Hon George H Alexander o Louisville was hero on Saturday Paul Collins returned to Con rMrUniversity Danville on Mon It Dr A J Kimm and wife hay returned from a visit to Evansville IndHon David H Smith and wife of Larue count fwere here Mon dayMiss Lucy Rodman has returned from a visit to relatives in Louis vile rCol Chas M Lewis of Shelby ville has been in the city this week Mr MoKee Heffner of Brainard Minn visited relatives here this week Rev Edwin Kagin returned to Central University at Danville on x TuesdayMr Chinn returned to Per due University Lafayette Ind on MondayMrs Fannie G Thompson visited Mrs Wm Garland in Louisville this week Prof Geo C Downing and sister Miss Nell spent the holidays l LexingtonMrs Conway and son Prey have returned from a visit to OwensboroCol E OSullivan the versa tile Louisville newspaper man was here this week Col Green B Swango former Registrar of the Land Office was here this week Rev M B Adams returned Fri day night from a visit to relatives in Mason county Mr Edgar F Suter and wife Louisville were visitors hero thf urday and Sunday Miss Stella Buckley who has been visiting Mrs T J Brisian has returned home Mr John Morris the well known horse man was the guest of relatives here this week Mrs J B Vernon and daughter Miss Daisy tiny are guests of Mr and Mrs W H Jeffries Miss Ruth Matthews of New Castle is the guest of Mrs John W Rodman Todd street Miss Mary Rockwell of Cincin nati 0 is the guest of Miss Nellie Marshall East Main street Miss Coranel Crutoher returned to Shelbyville to Science Academy on Monday tight Mr Robt M Bergman of Irvine was the guest of his fatherinlaw Capt I T West this week Miss Julia B McClure returneds Saturday from Kansas City Mo where she spent the holidays Miss Kathryn Solbert of Cincin anti Ohio was the guest of Margaret Berberioh this week IiHSI Miss Anna Thornton of was tIlt guest of Mrs John P Han ley on Shelby street this week r Mrs Forrest Lee Hlentt and son of Lyndon Ky wore guests of Mr John Bailey and wife this week Misses Virginia Chinn and Sarah Burnam returned to the College of Music in Cincinnati on Monday bfonur her daughter Mrs Will A Lewis Dr C A Fish who has been spending the holidays at his old homo in Richmond ijns returned h Mr John ORear returned to t school at Kentucky WHo lIn Uni r nIghtIboon at hpriie for the holidays re turned tel school at Richmond on Momlty Jr Howard Dehoney of Philni iciphla Penn was the guest of Iis father Col W S Dehonoy f this week IrJlrs John G Rogers has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Carl ton L Graham in Georgetown this weekIMr Win H Sweeney of Buffalo Wyoming former clerk in the Au liters OHlco under his father but now an attorney at law was horoI this week Miss Alice Farmer who has been at homo for the holidays re turned to Holllns Institute Va on Tuesday Mr Boss A McCullom of Day ton Ohio who was visiting friends here during the holidays has re turned home Miss Eleanor Cannon of Wood ford county is visiting her grandmother Mrs Hiram ferry at the Capital Hotel Mrs Morton K Touts of Padu- cah who has ben the guest of her mother Mrs 11 H Paynter has returned home Mr Albert H McClure left Monday fur tho east to purchase the sprint stock for the big store of R K McCluro C Son Mr George Wei txel of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of his mother Mrs J rome Weitel re turned homo Friday Mr Prentiss ORear of Cincin nati has returned from a visit to his parents Judge K C ORear cityfMr Chas Pomering of Orlando Laurel county is at home on sick leave from the Mining Company by whom he is employed Kentuckyaing his father In this city left Monday for Lexington Mr Bradley Weitzel of Washing ton City who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Jerome returned home Monday Mr J E Reeves and Mr W Por to r Brawl of the Big Four Rail road were in the city Wednesday and made us a pleasant call Mr Russell S Penn who has been spending the holidays with his parents in this city returned to Georgetown College Monday Master J Dallas Coke of Louis ville who has been spending his holidays with relatives in this city and county returned home Mon dayMr Claude Desha Clerk of Harrison county attended the LegislatureHeate IMr Thos M Page and daughter Annie of Indianapolis Ind who have been spending Christmas here with relatives returned home on Saturday Dr A A Bailey recently ap pointed Assistant Physician at the Easton Lunatic Asylum left Mon day with his family for his new post of duty Miss Genevieve Posey who Is at tending the Musical College in Cincinnati spent the holidays at MonsMr Joe B Brown of Gratx who auntssand Mrs Eliza Bailey returned home on Monday Gen Clifton J Pratt the retiring Attorney General of Kentucky went to Versailles on Saturday and was entertained by County Attorney W O Davis Mr Will Gaylo and wife of Fulton who have been visiting relatives hero loft for home on Sun day This wits Mr Gayles first visit hero in ten years Capt Mel Richardson who has Iheoii spending several days in the city and after taking in lie organ ization of the General Asemhly for his homo in Meads county llast Wednesday The members of the Womans Club of Frankfort will be enter tained Monday evening from 0 to 11 oclock by Mrs Frank H Johnson No 881 Shelby street In honor of her guest Miss Tarrant Prof J H Fuqua and wife arrived in this city on Friday night and have taken rooms with Mrs W S Farmer corner of Second and Conway Prof Fuqua was sworn in as Superintendent of Public In struction on Monday ELECTED MUSICAL DIREC TOR The Board of Education has elected Prof R N Stratton as Cityfa vocalist 10 lI Is the second number drawn from toIIIgeIW E BAXTER D D M D Has removed his utllcu to room in till Iliixter Building sauth east eurnor St Chtir and Brunt wuy entrance on St Club Special attention given to the higher brunchi of Duntal thlr rhroCltBothApril 111 yr t t4III a r r 14 T i Iisi0 r III n it-JICdir 1 1 r111Itrf Ir tc rcctC i ut w 1 FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER t rlHA NKSIWe are under obligations toMr Clarence E Woods Private Secretary to Senator J B McCroary for a copy of Mr McCrearys abl speech in advocacy of the bill pro viding for reciprocity with Cuba Mr McCreary added to his reputa tion as an orator by this speech and helped to carry out the pledge made by this country to Cuba when we undertook to help her win her free dom from Spain Little Coldsneglectedthous ands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too down to the very verge of eon sumption SAD NEWS The sad news was received in this cityn Thursday night that Rev Robt E Caldwell former pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church of this city had died that day in Philadelphia Penn as the result of an operation for apen dioltis Mr Caldwell was greatly beloved in this city whore ho was pastor for four years He visited in this city about a year mind a half ago A VESTPOCKET DOCTOR Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are Do Witts Little Early Risers A vial of these little pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against head ache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from consti pation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by all druggists APPOINTED Mr John Evans of Morehead Rowan county has hoer appointed Steward of Ute Institute for Feeble minded Children to succeed Mr J Morgan Chinn elected Clerk of the Court of Appeals IrA oin aoj tnanrjtrjo otetap t pooiq oqj dmtSg Md tf Silver Plate that Wears Your Spoons Bmq Forks etc will be per fccllon In durability beauty of design and brilliancy of finish If they are selected from pat terns stamped 1847I Rogers Bros Remember 1847take no sub Rogersbutmerit and value IJcmilicd with the original and genuine oolj br IiilrrnatUtml CNucwior t- Co llIlIlIVIiN Sold by leading dealers V everywhere xp JFOR SALE BY HI H SELBERT Leading Jeweler ANNOUNCEMENTS Central R R TO HAVANAI IIllinois Central R R to New the weekly Southern Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cincinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a oopyIfornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitoomb will leave 12 for 011leansMardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special servloe1Flsoinntin every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and tho Southern Route every Wednesday fruit Mileage every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago MARDI GRAS This occurs at New Orleans on Febiuary 15 For it excursion he iii effect to Now Orleans on specific dates which your local ticket auont will be able to advise youNEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule traits with through sleeping cars buttetlibrarysmoking car servico and all steals on route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- UULFPORT MISS Tho Groat Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Ou f Coast has 250 rooms single or- em suite with or without bath Steam hoot electric light hot and cold running water and telephone In every room Reached via Mom phis and tho Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and flatlibrary cars with a single change on sauce train en route at Memphis into thrtt hI sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated foldor describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS Direct Pullman AUKIvice via Memphis describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FOLL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above sin bo had of agents of tho Illinois Cen tral or by addressing the nearest of tho undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P Louisville A1 MoDOUGALL D P A Now Orleans A H HANSON G P A Chicago JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood aids diseases aId fIMINI WHERE YOU WANT TO GO How about the West or Southwest t IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTHI iWEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON IIYouservice FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING I TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST 11Thedoes it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTH WEST Get the Henderson Route habit ROUNDTRIP HOME SEEK ERS AND ONEWAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us first GEO L GARRETT Trav Passgr Agt L J IRWIN Passgr Agt- LouisvilleIGenl Ky THIS IS A Presidential YearrAND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to read the rr WEEKLYc Courier JournalJi HENRY WATTERSONt Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAYi X100A IJREVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy bytmallICOURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KYtBy a Special Arrangement youtcan get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150rThis is for cash subscriptions only All I subscriptions under this combination offer must ho sent through the Rounda bout oillcu + A1 OOSTfa= = = OUR FINE STOCK OF = = = Cloaks Skirts Dolls Christmas Boxes Toys AT BIG REDUCTION t S D JOHNSON 00I11I h 1 mj yt f f THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW nlSCOVERY positivolycuresConsumption 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 50clTrial bottle free lIH COSTLY BLAZE I An alarm from box 17 on Monday evening at 455 called the fire de- partmentt to the residence of Capt beItweenback room was found to be in a light blaze By a hard fight the fire was confined to the room in which it originated It was used as a storage room for clothing and as a sitting room Quito a quantity of clothing of the family was destroyed involving a loss of some 200 besides the damage to the room itself The house was a frame and the fight made by the firemen was an I exceedingly good one in prevent l ing the spread of the flames to fother parts of it It is supposed that it caught from the grate fire SEA OF AZOF DISAPPEARING seja markable scenes are in course of action At Tagannog the waters have receded to such an extent during the last five lays that the bed of the sea is visible for a dis I tance of thousands of feet High rhoreIgreatest prevails in the u arbor Work in the factories has be reduced to a minimum iowing to lack of water FRANKLIN COUNTYS ASSESS llMENTtli Ji Our efficient County Assessor Mr r n returLThe following is the resume by magisterial districts Frankfort white 3230093 Frankfort colored 185897 Forks of Elkhorn white 1008934 Forks of Elkhorn eel ored 1757R Peaks Mill i white 2057- Peaks Mill colored Bald Knob white 84224 Bald Knob colored 800 Bridgeport white Bridgeport colored 5480 Total 5855588 Tho nicest and pleasantest med blue I have used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Nfdo not gripe or have any unpleas ant effect For sale by all druggists ifJ FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of tho best busi ness points around Two mtlo- from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEY 80tf I 4 FELIGIOU3 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Cliinn Rector Sunday Jan 10 1901- 11 tom Morning Prayer followed by sermon 780 p m Evening Prayer and sermon Sundayschool at 980 a in Wednesday evening at 780 LectureI les8onIin crrLTnCH1TIOwill preach at 11 a in and 780 p m in the courthouse challengetoChristians Sundayschool at 945 a m in the courthouseIers invited to Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun dayschool room of the First Pros byterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend Rov1Georgepreach at lla m and 780 p m Night subject Some Noted WoSundayschool at 980 a m in the chapelIChristian Endeavor Society meets at chapelLeader bhott ofIofChristThe Junior Endeavor will oicloukFridayThe public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the city CHURCHRevFather Low Mass 730 a mIHigh Mass ac 10 a Vespers at 780 Sundayschool mIPRESBYTERIANCHURCHRov preachatSundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday ovttning at 780 p nIThe public is attend METHODIST CHURCHR e v 2Nugent the Pastor willa m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock 3Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHURfiH itev Win Crowe Pas 730IpWednesday night at 780 Everybody invited to attend Y M C AThoro will bo a MOnppropriatetomade by the General Secretary espeuiullys CureDigests jijim Iach or overburdenedr Like Comet I Kodolsupplies juices of digestion and 1stomach organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands memb nes of the stom ach a digestive organs in the sky comes the star of health to the weak and weary despon iVAdentdyspeptic AVicuring all m stomachtroubles 11 digestive disorders Kodol Dyisepsic C Your Dealer Can Supply timesthePrepared by CDeWlTT 4 For sale by J W Gnyle drug gist n IFor a had taste in the mouth take a doses of Chamberlains Stom and Liver Tablets Price 25 Inch Warranted to cure For- by all druggists ICLIlIA TlTf CURES eonjheIcan hv proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest anil the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat HUH leas nights and the exhaustion Inc to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can ho prevented or stopped by taking 1t1IUIInrlyou of the thousands of consumptives benefitedsanduse German Syrup Trial bottle dlUgiAll druggists guarantee every botI nomIII Jandto It prevents nl1 tlIHloIIC of a cold to result in I pneumonia Sold by nil diuggists GOOD FARM FOR SALBII A farm containing 174 acres of good I Ibothyard about 15 acres of woodland brick IgarretThe farm is located near Farmdale and Itcrapply at this office Pleasant to take LaxatIve Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normalaction of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR XMASPRLSLNTS AT THE MORRISI- JEWELRY COMPANY STORE Watches Clock- Silverware Link Buttons Collar Buttons Studs Kings Brunches Bracelets Lockets Wrist Bags Fancy China BricaHrac Opera Glasses Ebony Novelties Sliver Novelties Combs and Brushes Fancy Mirrors Musical Instruments We can supply your wants and saveryou from 25to35per Cheaper than any house in the cityIDo not wait until stock isIBroken so como now nnd price our goods You will Isave money at the MORRIS JEWELRY 01 COR MAIN S ST CLAIRIFRANKFORT K- YSAllJfJPT goods warranted as represented Tie FrankJortHDundanout u Entered nt the postollkc at Frankfort let lucky as stcondcliiss imiilable mutter OED A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JAN 9 1903 r LEGISLATURE ORGANIZED k The General Assembly of the j State met at 12 oclock m on Tuesday last Tho Senate organized by the elec tion of the following officers President pro tem J Embry Allen of Fayette Chief Clerk Win Cromwell ol FranklinAssistant Clerk1V O Jones oJ GraysonSargeant at Arms Green B Swan go of Morgan Doorkeeper James McWhorter of Clerk Miss Jennie Mc- Donaldf of Franklin Keeper Cloak RoomJames Ed wards of Webster Pages John K Hay of Boyle Gates Young of McLean John F Fears of Henry Janitor Gus W Richardson Jr of Monde The House of Representatives elected the following officers Speaker Eli H Brown of Nel son Breckinridge Chief Clerk Jas E Stone of Assistant ClerkM F Pogue of Crittenden SergeantatArmsC W Long mire of Fayette- DoorkeeperA C Dunn of Lin coIn Enrolling Clerk Miss A m y Lyons of Jessamine Keeper Cloak RoomJas Knox of Hancock Nelson Weedon of Fleming Pages Raymond Olive of Lyon Ernest Rennaker of Harrison Rebel Martin of Knox Herbert Grader of Jefferson JanitorC W Parrish of Fay etteThose gentlemen were all the nominees of the Senate and House caucusesMr who was elected speaker of tho House is a sonin Jaw of Franklin county having married Miss Rose Crittenden one of our most charming young girls THE TWO MESSAGES The President sent to Congress 4uponits reassembling on Monday a message giving all the facts and data with regard to tho Panama business It is a plain straightfor- wardi and able statement such as should command the respect and confidence of the whole people It Is a very readable document r On Tuesday Gov Beckhams message was read to the Legislature It is a plain and simple busi ness document filled with the proper information and recom orIto put upon the statute books His opening paragraph is one that commends itself to the better judgment of all private citizens of the State It should be thoughtfully heeded by the Legislature I While we do not agree with all the measures advocated we do most heartily commend its tone as conservative and wise KENTUCKYS CONVENTION Y M C A The next State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associa ntI1904The Kentucky conventions have always been successful because of the strong men who have partici i pated Unusual care has been ex ercised this year in the selection of speakers and all aro men of marked ability and chosen because of a peculiar fitness for tho work assignedNo can have unity of purpose permeating its entire work nor can the spirit of brotherhood ho created unless from time to time tho workers gather for counsel anal inspiration Stirring addresses are given specialists in the various do jpartlllun ts present tho result of re investigation and dolea lW gates are brought in personal con tact with their fellow laborers from 3 every section of the State Men le tlllUli cI t 6Ir J Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large percentage trace the cause directly to LaGrippe It is a germ disease and makes a diicct attack upon the nerves puttingan extra strain upon them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If laGrippe has left youwith a shattered nervous system with loss of lack of energy ins mnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Who have suffered from that dreaded disease LaGrSppe I suffered sev eral weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in way shape or form suffered almost death and ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first da I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built up my shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it want to say each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe find instant relief by getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will benefitsome poor sufferer remain Mss GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind are Inspired as they learn of the magnitude and efllciency of the association movement and return toi their respective fields of labor wltl a greater zeal for the work and higher ideals for the Christian life Each association in the State should send a thoroughly representative delegation to the convention A special boys conference wil be held during the Convention and each boys department in the State should be represented by a delega tion of its leaders The Convention singing will be held by the Covington Association Glee Club of sixteen voices There will be reduced rates on the railroads in the State and the people of Bowling Green will fur nish entertainment for 400 dele LINIMENT ON EARTH Henry D Baldwin Supt City Water Works Shullsburg Vis writes I have tried many kinds of liniment but have never received much benefit until I used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains I think it the best liniment on earth 2ric oOc and 100 bottle at Paul B Weltels NEW STATE OFFICERS TAKE CHARGE The new corps of State officers took charge on Tuesday last They are as follows AuditorS W Hager Treasurer H M Bosworth Superintendent Public Instruc tlonJ H Fuqua Secretary of State H V Mc ChesneyAttorneyGeneral B Hays Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and StatisticsHubert Vree land Clerk Court of AppealsJ Morgan Chi nn Of course there were a largo number of subordinates who went in at the same time- JUST ONE MINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mu cous membrane causing the cough Slid at the saute time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamma tion and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia und is a harmless und never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by all druggists BUYS A HOME Rear Admiral Chapman Coleman Iodd has purchased the residence of his uncle the late Mr 111 Todd on the corner of WnppinJI Washington streets and will nuke his permanent residence lucre heartily welcome him buck to uis old homo 2 Two million Americans suffer tho orturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bitters juros At any drug store iIooJiJti l IC1t fBy Z F Smith Louisville Ky REVEREND JOHN GANO Died and Buried at Frankfort Ky Ono Hundred Years Ago A Famous Pioneer Baptist Minister tho Fighting Chaplain of Washingtons Army Founder of First Baptist Churches In Now York City in Yadkin Val Icy N C in Frankfort Ky and other places the Firs Chaplain of the First Logisla tore of Kentucky under Gover nor Shelby In some primitive perhaps un known and forgotten burial groum at Frankfort lies the dust of tin once venerated pioneers Roverem John Gano and his sainted wife Sarah Stitos Gano a dim mornor of one hundred years ago Those were the grandparents of Rev loin Allen Gano and Dr Stephen Gano so yell known In Contra Kentucky in the century just gone and ancestors of nu fur Otis families in the Mississippi alley and throughout time Groat Wost John Gano was a great man great as a busy toller in the build ing of our Nation in tho building of our Commonwealth in tho build ing of our civilization in the build lug of religion the better lifo of it all His life was one of consecra tion and heroism and few men did as much tn Improves his generation as dig he- Recently the writer of this came into possession of a rare little bool of one hundred and fifty pages now deposited in the historical library of Col R 1 Durrott of Louisville which contains the Memoirs of Rev John Gano edited by his son and published soon after his death From this we learn that John Ganc was born in 1720 His ancestors or his fathers side were Protestani refugees to America who fled Iron France during the fierce persecution of the Huguenots in the latter part of the 17th century His an cestor on the maternal sido wore English His parents were relig ious people them he inherited an intense religious nature which was fostered by precept and example in the homo life At the time of his birth his parents whc had moved from Staton Island N Y were residing at Hopewell N J not a great way from New York City He was given in youth the advantages of the best schools ol the country with training in the classics by private teachers Ol his late education he is quoted in his Memoirs as saying Princeton College was at this time kept in Newark N J and governed by President Burr the father ol Aaron Burr With the President he was a great favorite and under these auspices he completed his college course Having determined to devote his life to the ministry in the Baptist Church on leaving college he joined three other ministers of the same church on a tour of evangel ization in Northern Virginia from the Potomac Valley to the Blue RidgeHis first experience in itinerant preaching of the seems to- have him a taste for field work which he often sought to in dulge in life and of which ho was enthusiastically fond The country was new and tho equipment most in use was crude and simple A horse and saddle with saddlebags and over oat thrown across a change of linen and pocket Bible made the pioneer outfit complete Thus and provisioned luring mall a century of career he repeatedly toured the country of the Atlantic slope from New York to Charleston sowing in almost virgin soil the seeds of the gospel planting churches ordaining ministers and converting sin- ters throughout the Carolinas Virginia and time colonies north of the Potomac to New England Bearing in mind that this was the jarly era of the plantlife of time Baptist Church and of religion in America which flowered and fruited not only in the soil of the jf the field of the sowers but the seed of which born by the winds and waves of westward across the Alleghenies took root and flowered and fruited In Kentucky and Tennessee and over the entire Mississippi valley to the Pacific coast no computation jan ever tell the extent and compass of the labors done in the mis ionary field direct and remote by this old KnightErrant of the Ores in the pioneer age fow thous ands whom he converted the scores if churches he planted and of min liters he ordained are represented oday by hundreds of thousands of members and thousands of jhurohes and ministers of the great Baptist body extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific waters Within this realm of floldprfiaoh ng there dwelt such men as Gorr o Washington the Lees John Ran jolph Thomas Jefferson Patrick Edmund Pendleton Madi son Monroe and others destined to become historic In the revolution try period nigh at hand No doubt the name of Gano was familiar to hose and at times they sat in an hence and listened to his stirring eloquence On one of his visits to proIhat first greeted his coming were welvo ministers of various denom nations among them Charles Whit held of England the famed com panion of Wesley and In the founding of McthodlRnl in America In this tour ho mentions meetings hold in Yadkin Valley r t ioar i I L on Tar River Capo Fear Aphly River Podee Mars Bluff and other points Theso labors were in the decade 17iiOnOj limit theso tours of preaching with n years ahxenco from home sometimes were re peated until the nnthretlof the Revolutionary War Among his follow laborers some of whom imiy have Item his children in the min istry wore Rev John May father of Henry Clay the Graigs time lay hors tho Wallers the Plastics tho Dud leys Win Hiokman loin Tinsley and others a number of whom migrated to Kentucky and- preached and planted churches h1reIIn the longer intervals of time at home during this decade ho evancolifld and labored with the few brethren in New York rid for churches In reach in the country adjacent A little hand of two dozen members founded a nucleus of the first Baptist church in Now York City Those numbers were increased under tho zealous labors of John Gano until the brethren were able to build a modest mooting house ancl parsonage About 1700 the church at Philadelphia was without a pastor for a tine and a call WHS sent to Rev Gnno to remove there and take ohinre For one year ho preached alternately two Sundavs in the month in NAW York and for tho church in Phila delphia until tho latter milled Rev Mortrnn Edwards of Eiurlinil to the pastoral charge In his autobiography Gano says Relieved of toIin Now York nml remained in this chnrcf from 1751 unlit the outbreak of the British wnr in 1770 Going hack a few years in 17r 7 on one of his long itineracies of evnnuH1i7ln in and the fnllnreftto that then border settlement and to devote himself to the ministry in their midst Impressed that the Lord had to do with the call ho remounted his horse rode eight hundred tulles to Now York and sold out his home possessions for the return journey HA had a few years before married Sarah Stito child portnbl11heown my church and my friends anti started on a long expensive and tedious journey arriving at Yadkin Valley in five weeks after travel Inn eight hundred milos This mission visit Into the wilder ness becomes interesting from its association with historic reminis cences Tho people met and con ferred and at once pet to work to orrhiplofDuring his ministry there of two years and six months many con verts were made and a Baptist church of influence was established From this colonial hive in Yndkin Valley thore came out and se- ttledProverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told whyIWhen mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weakand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny L e a sample free Be sure that this picture io the form of a label on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and fioo all druggists I JIIJ in pioneer Kentucky twenty years after swarms of emigrants many of whom wore of Ganos converts Among theso worn the Hoones the Calloways tho Gists the Stewarts the Finleys and mun others who built tho first 11l111fOrHInm18 and made the first explorations in tho Transylvania wilderness From time great evangelic work of Gano it is explained to us why so large a per oentapo of the pioneers and preachers who early immigrated to Kentucky wore of tho Baptist faith coming from Virginia and North Carolina lime Cherokee Indians were hos tile at this time and the Yadkin settlement was in continued dangers of attack In measures of de fense Rev Gano tone commissioned a captain by the governors and held himself ready for military service Feeling that he had accomplished tho main work of his mission he returned with his family to New York early in 1700 Tho church prospered and grew to over two hundred members under Rev Ganos ministry in New York to the events of the Revolutionary War He says Tho war now conning on obliged them brethren to separate and ninny removed from the city in every direction throughout the Union I removed mv family over into Con necticut The British fleet were in the narrows and part of their troops were lauding on Long and Staten Inlands The enemys shipping took possession of North and East rivers and proceeded to land their troops I was obliged to re tire precipitately to our camp Our army fell hack to Harlem Heights From thence skirmish ing as we foil back we retreated to Kings Bridge in Westchester hunI t main army Hero a severe but indecisive battle was fought by about onethird of the armies on either side In this his first battle Gano instead of remaining in the roar with time surgeons staff the piano for tho chaplain found him self in tho hottest of the fray in 1 front of his regiment fighting and rallying the soldiers like one of the officers in command Of this awkward predicament of A parson he modestly says I durst not quit my place for fear of damping the spirit of thu soldiers by setting a bad example He expresses the opinion that this had a good effect on the men and was perhaps tho 3xmeans of converting some of them to religion afterwards But theImartial spirit animated Gano in soldiering or in preaching By singular coincidence ho repeated this awkward first experience of getting in front of his regiment and forgetting danger in the hottest of the fighting in pretty much every battle in whloh lie vas en gaged during the war until ho be came known as the lighting chaplain of tho army Rev Gano followed the fortunes of Washingtons army to the mem orable crossing of tho Delaware the capture of tho Hessions the battle of Princeton and the en trance into winter quarters As lie was per in front in time hour of battle so was he ever zealous in camp preaching and conducting rligious services as occasion re i quired ministering to the sick and c wounded and oaring for all in tem poral as well as spiritual needs Of warm impulses and genial address1he became a favorite with Washing ton nnd his officers who often sattin the audiences to whom he preached with earnest eloquence as well as a favorite with tho en i tire army Tho term of service of his regiAanent having expired Gano reen E listed and was transferred to tho s4 Northern army above New York at Forts Montgomery and Clinton having been appointed chaplain of the brigade under General Clinton confirmed by Congress Both forts were stormed and carried by the British but with heavy losses to themselves Gano followed fortunes of this campaign until theTthe siege and brittle of the entire English army Burgoyne was compelled to our render to the American army under Gates The main British forces north of Pennsylvania being j disposed of the commands of Gen I orals Clinton MaxfIeld and Banis f under General Sullivan WAre led against their Indian allies the Mo d hawk nations of western New York who had greatly harrassed the bor der settlers Tho swages were severely punished and their vil lanes an crops destroyed Vir 4 ginia and the southern colonies had become tho theatre of military and Sullivans and Olin tons commands wore directed southward Washington began a forced march of the combinediAmerican and French armies through New Jersey and PeJJJJRylIvania to Williamshurg Va and as Oano says Came in the rear of Cornwallis time same day that the French Hoot arrived and blockaded the British at Gloucester Point Tho siege at Yorktown and the capitulation of Lord Cornwallis with the surrender of the main English army were the decisive events which assured American independence Peace came and tho British evacuated Now York City Of events now Gano again says Our army took popsession but was soon disbnnded Wo poor ruined York ers returned to our dismantled homes Tho enemy had plundered us of many needed things and my house was sadly in want of repair J YjPOSTINVENTORY SALE I n I To reduce and clean up Stock for Next Week special offering Cloaks and Tailor Suits 33k to 50 per cent off priceg at 4 off Black Wide Wales Cheviot 150 quality for 100 X Back and White Mixture 175 quality for 100 III j i W S 4iml of now furniture We collected of our church thirtyseven mem 4bnts out of over two hundred for scattered to overt part of the country We wont to work again and the Lord was gracious to us We soon had large congre gations numbers were converted and many were brought to confess their Savior After four or five years of such pastoral work he has to say further It My church was now in a very flourishing condition at our communion season we ha- forty young persons added We coniwhich were kept up until my re moval to Kentucky our members exceeding two hundred II Though he had passed his three scorn years the old restless longing for itinerant evangelic work came j to him and his association sent him into the field for one year A call now came to him to move out to Kentucky and he persuaded himself that the Lord was calling The story Is best told in his own simple picturesque way One William Wood from Kentucky gave a very exalted character to that country He made encouraging proposals to me to go and held out that there was prospect for useful mess in the ministry there and flattering temporal prospects for the support of my family I was In debt and saw no way of release but by selling my house and lot This would clear me and enable me to purchase wagons and horses to convoy all to Kentucky Amid many protests and entreaties from any brethren the resolution was takenHis II family and all his worldly possesRions in wagons over the Allegheny Mountains and a thous and miles away the exodus began Gano continues In going down the Ohio liver from Pittsburg one of my boats overset and turned everything Into the river We saved the lives of all aboard and the horses but I lost valuable property which I could never re place We landed at Limestone now Maysvllle on the 17th of June 1787 and set out for Washington a few miles inland Here I preached to the people on Sunday Jrom these wors Pauls ship wreak So we got all safe to landGanos coming was soon heralded through Kentucky Hundreds of the pioneers were his children in the gospel gladly welcomed him Elders Ambrose Dudley and John Craig from Lexington and Elijah Craig of Georgetown visited him and invited him warmly to remove to Central Ken tucky He rented a house of Rob ert Parker of Lexington and preached there and at South Elk horn Clear Creek for one year Desiring to settle in a new home 3ie was approached by the noted General who owned large real estate property there and induced by him to purchase a lot in Frankfort He soon began the construction of a comfortable log house his home until his death A great bereavement befell him about this time in the loath of his wife by a fall from her horse the accident resulting fatally This was in 1789 A year or two after the veteran minister on a preach ing tour to North Carolina married again the widow of Capt Thomas j Bryan of Yadkin Valley one of the numerous Bryan families of whom Daniel Boons married his wife and so many of whom were pioneers In the West The Ganos and Bryans several times inter married Mary Forbes Gano granddaughter of Rev John Gano born at January 1803 married at Winchester Ky In 1820 Louis H Bryan the great grandfather of William Jennings Bryan the Democratic candidate for President in 18HO and in 1500 by a former marriage Mary Forbes Gano Bryan loft a widow married again KHsha Cobb who lied In 1844 The widow Cobb grand of Rev lane and stop greatgrandmotherof Win Jennings Bryan IDOil at Now London Ind aged one hundred oRrRIlust home of Gano built on a lot pur chased of James Wilkinson was j 1 J I mt+ f t tll10cnted would be interesting to Ho continued to preach at Elkhornrind other distant churches but of the first ministers tit Frankfort ho says Church meetings wore frequently held at Frankfort though there was no settled church there of any denom nation Mr Hickman had at times hold services in the assembly room at the State House and Mr Shan IInon of the Presbyterian Church partIIIthem every first and third Sab in the month and did soII On the 4th of June 1792 the first Legislature of Kentucky convened appointeditsGovernor Shelby delivered to the assembly the first Inaugural and the swaddling clothes were taken from the infant Commonwealth But a tragic end was soon to close the active career and the romantic and picturesque adventures of this venerable soldier f the Cross He tells the story of the last chapter of life plaintively In October 1798 I fell from a horse and in jured my shoulder which rendered my arm useless for months Soon after I was prostrated with a par alytic stroke one morning in bed mybodyspeechless From this affliction he never recovered but at times ho would have friendly hands hear him to the scones of worship where seated in a chair he would dis course to waiting audiences on themes of religion nearest his heart These pathetic ministra tions were sometimes in churches and sometimes in the State House assembly room The sudden transplant of Gano and family from the environment of New York to the ruder scenes and experiences of border life in the West was a change which under the best auspices would have required heroic fortitude to have borne serenely The contrast must have been sensibly felt by one who had passed lifes noon and evenJu8towardsambition in life was to be in action armoured and ever ready for the work he had to do He chafed under the malady which enfeebled tontueLRmentlngfallen him yet patient and trustful in faith ho closes his story in these words It appears to me that I have lived beyond my usefulness but I wait for Gods own time when he will unravel all mysteries of His Providence I wonder sometimes He ever conducted mo to Ken tucky where so little fruit or good effect of my labors seem to appear why in this condition I continue to live why God made me instru mental of good and that I should be laid by as an instrument out of useReverend Spencer in his History of the Baptist Church in Kentucky says of John Gano That he wasIperhaps the most learned of ministers of tho Baptist Church in dayRev1kmnn mon tioned as having held tho first re ligious services in Kentucky at Harrods Station in 1775 nnd who was a coworker with Gano at Frankfort in an obituary letter to one of his children says of his passing away About 10 oclock at night on till 10th of August 1804 ho got dismissal from tho church militant to the church triumphant being In the seventyeighth year of his age goodlifein the ripeness of years and of ser vice His name and his deeds de posterityfor WORKING NIGHT AND DAY Tho husiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Dr Kinge New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength brainfngintodorful in building up the health drugIgists Lt JItQ4oC r ott CARPETS RugsRemnants FARMER BEST IGOODS TREATMENT These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no anytimeright we 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SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hare Miami Cycle and Mfg Co Midclletown 0 suf fered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any permanent benefit He says One night while feeling exceptional bad I was about to throw down the evening paper when regardingCure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith inpit I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dys pepsia Cure to my friends and ac quaintances s u tie ring from stomach trouble IISold by all druggists BRUTALLY TORTURED s A case came to light that all per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe olobick of Colusa Gal writes For 15 years 1 endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Kidneytruubles alldruggists Our Guaranteer We guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy J E M Flour and if for any reason it does not suit you you can get your money buck Your grocer sells it with this understanding Ifwe could make any stronger guarantee we would Just tell your grocer to send you J E M Flour today Sold only by grocers and made only by th- eJEiriIIIAQCo 1tE l Your Christmas Shopping Must be Done why not BigIDi i If you have decided on serviceable gifts take a look at our special offerings for this Xmas Special Neckwear 50c to 150 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 toe Cotton to a 50 Silk CRUTCHER SIMPSONMAIN STREET FRANKFORT KYRDEATHS STEDMAN In Brooklyn 2f Y on Tuesday Mrs Mary Stedman aged 70 years of pneumonia Mrs Stedninn was the sister of Col Ed P Bryan now of Bound Brook N J but formerly of this city and resided hero with him when he tired hors She was a lovely Christian woman HOLDEN In Clarksburg W Va on Thursday Mrs Eliza Holden aged 87 years of the infirmities of age Mrs Holden was the grand mother of Rev II B Adams and the mother of Mrs Martha Adams and Miss Nancy Holden of this City She was a Christian woman who was ready for the great change when It came and quietly fell asleep to awake on the resurrection morningThe and burial took place on New Years day CARRIAGECOMYEOMAN PANY Messrs William Yeoman and A W McKee who have heretofore done business under the name of Seller Carriage Company will con duct a carriage manufacturing es tablishment in all of its depart ments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warn rooms on Main street in Versailles Kyi opposite the Presbyterian church and a share of public pat ronage is solicited Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heim flier established this business In 1876 and ho assures his patrons that the work hA will hereafter do will be on the same high plane with the work lie and those with whom he has been heretofore associated have done The company will keep on hand at all times a full supply of the bnst class of vehicles and now has on handsome of its own make It is prepared to build new vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of repairing with the best mechanics ob tainableIts have been with the firm for many years some of them since the business was established and it can fully guarantee the work they do Versailles Ky Fayette rrel No 117 182m THE JANUARY CRITERION The Criterion opens a new season with the January number full of more than that clever magazines Usual charm and value The cover is a unique design in colors by John Cecil Clay and tho illustrations of the magazine are of a high order of merit Among the most noticeable features of the paper are an author itative paper by Charles Johnston Korea Russia and Japan a study of extraordinary interest and Insight dealing with the diflioult Situation now pending in the far East the first installment of a short serial by Jennette Lee written in this favorite writers must charm ing manner The plot of the tale is unusual and original possessing a deep psychological interest John XJri Lloyd the famous chronicler of the Kentuckian contributes a highly original and amusing satire J i Tho Size of the Pilgrim tl ers1 iAn interesting paper on the Problem in Opera by DrnI rind M Roof is of unusual oIoperaiopera actor Some excellent short stories figure in the number among these being The Blow in the Dark by Patrick Vaux The Tempered Wind by Emery Pottle and Tarry town Tales by Minna Irving Stephen MacKennas Toll of Prose a literary critique also worthy of note The magazine in addition offers some very good poetry and the usual comments on current publications THE CRITERION PUBLICA TION CO- t Fifth Ave Now York City One Dollar a Year Ten Cents a Copy For sale by all Newsdealers MWANTED Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at the office 7tf JANUARY COSMOPOLITAN The January Cosmopolitan sus talus the manysided character of this popular magazine Time lead IadyHenrypeople especially the children of the London slums and is illustrated by striking photographs of the capitals poverty Other plus trated features arp a description of San Marino the oldest republic in the world by Herbert S Stone The Odd and Eccentric in the Drama by H H Boyesen 2d in which tho pictures are scenes from the latest and most beautifully mounted melodramiis and extrav aganzas Some Famous Hymns and Their Authors by Laura Grover Smith contains portraits of the great hymnwriters and some of the places associated ith them byLeotures of old toys and dolls The Diary of King Edward VIIIIrecords the attempt of a royal per sonage to lead a useful and not a useless life Cyrus Townsend Brady begins a series of great in terest The Dramatic History of South America with the first article on Peru and tho Piarros Ficton is contributed bv H G Wells William R Lighten Elliott Flower Sara Boa umunt Kennedy and Constance Maud The very popular Captains of Industry series is continued with sketches of F Augustus Heine Charles Joseph Bonaparte and President Harper of tho Chicago University TUNNELING OUT OF LIBBY PRISON James M Wells one of the sur viving actors in that astonishing epic tells tho story himself in the January McClures The Libby Prison was the place where were confined right in the centre of Richmond some five hundred Federal prisoners during the War of Secession Fifteen of these prison ers bound by oath to secrecy dug their way down a wall into the cel lar of the prison and then tunnelled out of it and across the street out to the precarious liberty afforded by the streets of the Confederate capital Wells tolls of the tunnul ing of the escape by it of some two hundred prisoners many of whom were recaptured and of his own dash out of the city into the Federal linen Tho story is one that stirs and impresses with the extraordinary patience and cunning which comes to the imprisoned man longing for freedom J aA TORYABears Signature A Boo n frankfort ftiivmnni By The Midland Route Loral Time Table On and after March 1 Passen NaPNvo84 AMII- N o8 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY No81I 7152C6Elkhorn 219 Switzer Ill 02Stamping Ground 852ui Georpetown 251 i I C S 8 Newtown 8 818 Centerville 69 55S8 8 Art Paris f Lv 9 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P MA MIAMIPrd 00 6 8 25 1765 Lv Georgetown Arl 286 6 Mr Cincinnati Lvi 4 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M P M 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 a Lv Georgetown Ar 622 b Lv Paris Ar 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS OOP6 60A L Frankfort A 20AI7 47P A Georgetown L 28A 61 25P 8 80A A Paris 5 UP 42A A Winchester Li 15P Maysville LI I5A1115PI 20P 54P IA Richmond L Cincinnati LI REO B HARPER Pre and Genl Kupt DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street at ohnorningtraingketurning Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip Ji ExcursIonCto Detroit and r turn Sunday 7sc Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth ertra Special Rater 1o SoclttltJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Uuftalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent onvrite 0F TrMgr OOLOENOFPJL t i t Umbrellas Suspenders Garters Ear Muffs Jewelry Dress Suit Cases Bags Trunks c If you are looking for the largest assortment of good merchandise come to us All our lines are complete tIOur Prize Watch will be awarded New Years Day to some School Teacher So dont forget to vote for your favorite II Samuel E HuttonI lr u LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1908 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No Dully Ex fnUll AM Leave naitrEx No AILeave Stations III L L225I 0LexhlRton 0I 1010 I6O810 1825 Winchester a50 018 Clay City 1123I 489 406 Stanton 43o i85 03I144 Natural Bridge lWt 401 449 Torrent i4i 847 51 170 Boatty villo Junction 826 015 JO2I194 IJnckson 1iO 7h1I 226 IOHIQ AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MIs NOI Ex SundI Stations Ar ii t i jA M L UjP M Lv1PM Arj PMAr o 980 880 1120 0 280 O K Junction 885 1126 158 Wilhurst 4l7 1152 162 Hampton 480 1158 8431 18 Leo City 510 1222 122 Helechawa 618 1228 105 Cannel City 645 1245 119 Nos and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway- M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTTiGeneral Manager G P A n n WORMSFor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies SOLiD SY SIaL aaDGoGoTBjpParedb JAMES F St Louis WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway iWbfD 1 bas frequcnt headaches a bad caso or nerveslack or Dont fall to set Icuuy rt your taiBBl3i3 a bottle rrrtC to 1iSvot Kdneysto their lIC1rm1 nol woman after tkJli tllo 1JJt bottle 50 Coats ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL Cor St ili DrOBDemaree General Practice and rapeutics X Rays Ultra Violet Rays Galvanic and Faradic Electricity OFFICE 229 ANN STREET CAPITAL HOTEL BLDG HOURS 10 to 12 a 2 to 4 and to 8 p in PHONES Oillce New IBS Old 402 Hesldoucu Now 161 Old 225 14lm genuineLaxativetho remedy that citrus cold io one day I f 21I anddlestlvoorgans DailyEx ol A1I 1Daily IAr Il t I IlFeelsDQprssQd malady1rt9 BERDINE IINo3 unalr b IIIPAUL B V BALLARD I B WEITZEL Broadway Ii1 Electrothe including IDONl WORRYI yetItthe matter If tho cause is some thing over which you have no con trol it is obvious that worrying will jiffOncontrol you have only to not When you have a cold und fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy and use it judiciously and all cause for worry as to tho outcome will quickly dis appear There is no danger of pneumonia sale by all druggistsSFOR SALE ApplytoJAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tf 0 r r1frscu8srBRITAKEDOWN These guns are a high class production at a lowclass price For strong shooting and lasting qualities they are in a class by themselves They are made in 12 and 16 gauge in full cylinder or modified choke for brush and field shooting or full choke for trap and duck shooting They can be taken down instantly without any tools To get the best re suits always use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in these guns as one is made for the other FREE Send for our 160page illustrated catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW RAVEN CONN MARRIED l ROSENSTEIN URDANG In this city on Sunday Mr Joseph Rosenslein and Miss Annio Urdang were marriod RODGERSBENNETTIn Chi- Cago Ills Doc 22 Mr Frank Rud gars of this city and Miss Agnes Bennett of Chicag- oCOTTINSWATTSIn this city on Friday evening January Ifl04 by Rev John Burdin Mr Harry Collins of Mfc Eden Spencer coun ty and Miss Bessie Watt- sPERRYJOHNSONIn this city on Monday Mr Vinson Perry of Shelby county and Miss Sabina Johnson of Anderson county were married by Judge J H Polsgrove BANTAJENSENAt the resi dence of the grooms father Mr John M Banta at Thorn Hill Dr Wm P Banta U S A and Miss Viola S Jensen of New York City wore married by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church Dr Banta is a promising young surgeon in the U S Army and stationed at San Antonio Texas His bride is a handsome young lady formerly of Louisville Ky A WOMANS HACK The Aohes and Pains Will Disappear if the Advice of This Frankfort Citizen is Followed A womans back has many aches and pains Most times tis the kidneys fault Backache is really kidney aoho Thats why Deans Kidney Pills cure ft- Mnny Frankfort women know thin Road what one has to say about it Mrs Amanda Dean of 18 Taylor Ave wife of J T Doan boatman says While T did not personally use DonnA Kidney Pills I can highly recommend thorn for the teat relief they afforded my oldest Daughter who has always suffered more or less from a weak back over sinew a child On account of this condition it was almost Impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this thorn was a difficulty with tho kidneys which was very annoying and distressing I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at J W drug store She took them as directed and they helped her in every way Her back felt very much better and stronger and tho difficulty with the kidney secretions was much improved My youngest laughter complained a grout deal of her back hurting her too I gave her Deans Kidney Pills and the results in her ease as well were most satisfactory- For salo by all dealers Price 50 cents FostrlIlIbl11n Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no substitute MICHIGAN LETTER Vestaburg Mich Jan 4 HJlJ4 Dear Roundisbout Since you have traveled so fir to find me I must sincerely say you are a Roundabout As wo wero friends sumo twenty years ago imagine tho pleasure it gave me to welcome you to my northwestern homo today a home of ico and muchRhome far away Tis zero weather and makes tho school children bound like rabbits I must explain to the boys there how our boys coast Ploy have what they call a skipper that is made by taking a barrel stave and on ono ouch place a pioco of scant ling high enough for a seat loin on top of this fasten a board for a seat and brace the tip right and they L faro ready for n coast If you boys never used ono try it and see how nice It is The people here ore kind but lick the sociability of my Southern friends They harp so much about the cruelty of the South to the negro that I just tell them that I would like to have Frankfort alone ship a oar load of her surplus negroes and turn them loose in the streets of Lansing or Detroit and see the kind of welcome the North would give them- The schools are not superior to youth school except in length of termThe churches are about the same except in this immediate locality where they are inferior to anything in the church lineRespectfully MRS LIZZIE S KNAPP NO PITY SHOWN For fate was after me con GulledgeVerbunacase of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Buoklons Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for painsOnlyDr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate hula akin enzpUoa MUSICAL RECITAL Miss Katie Thompson will give a musical recital at the Capital Theatre on Tuesday January 26 Miss Thompson will bn assisted by local musical talent She Is a fine musician and has heretofore held recitals which were greatly en joyed Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ernptloM IIFORSALE A farm of 8 acres and new house of four rooms Good outbuildings and cellar Will sell cheap Good place for doctor blacksmith or huckster KyDeou u n n n Some One Must Know T REQUIRES MORE than a general knowl thnl1knowand measures to rightly fill prescriptions those days Remedies are mul tiplying new preparations are constantly coming out and each prescription must have careful study and ac curate attention Wo give such work tho attention it should have we sou to it that our drugs are pure and of exact stand ard strength wo never sub stitute or vary a hair from time requirements of your prescription or recipe II GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE- Cor Ann and Broadway FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec IHtf COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to time action of the Democratic primary 52 te IF UNWELL Try Oo bottle of Heroine notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite Energy Strength mind vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from In digestion and Debility Isaac Story Ave Mo writes Sept 10 I was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr11- V Mory prescribed Herbine it cured me in two weeks I can not recommend It too highly it will do all yon claim for it Sold by Paul B Weitzel + LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday Jan 9 1904 Adams Thomas Cogswell Clarence N Duvall Mr and Mrs J B Franklin Benjamin Gill Lena Glass Miss Mary Gowen C J Gray Gudgell Elizabeth Hays Hollywood M J Hurst L C Jones Nick Jones William Johnson Clarence Jordon Joe Kelly J J King Mr and Mrs Pete Laidley Sidney Lee Mrs Mollie F Lockett Mrs Callie MoQuillin O National Hotel Nontpul F W Parris E T- Quiseuberry Oliver Rare Bob- Roadman Mrs Helen Redpath Miss Georgia Rico John M Riddle Chas Roberts Saml Samuels Lucy Mary Saunders Win Scorch M A Semones Rollie Shrader J A Taylor Frank Tucker Mrs Bertha C Warfield Mrs Susan Wilson Carleton Gale Williams Annie Louis Williams Mrs Becka Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M MORPHINE A Wonderful Discovery That Cures Morphine Laudanum Opium Cocaine DrugHabits Trial Treatment Sent Free It is no fault of the ordinary practicing physician that they are not able to cure the awful curse of drug habit A great many able physicians are a victim to this terrible disease It is no ordinary disease mind can not be cured by any ordinary drugs or methods of treatment It has remained for us to perfect a wonderful treatment that will cure guy ease of drug addiction known It matters not how or when you got the habit or how in mill drug you are usin we guarantee an absolute cure without pain or detention from business Do you want to be cured If so write us today for free trial treat ment Strictly confidential correspondence from all especially physicians solicited Address Manhattan Therapeutic Associa tion Dopt B 1185 Broadway New York City SHIES IN HIS CASTOR Mr S W Doc Howoll of the West Side has announced himself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of this county subject to the primary Mr Howell- is a very clever and reliable gen tleman anti if elected will make an efficient and popular officer BACK 10 BOOKS lime city schools reopened again on Monday morning and tho work laid down fur the holidays has been resumed with great vigor and earn estness WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON 10 TRAVEL for well esta blished houso in a few counties calling on retail merchants and gents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses addi tonal all payable in cash each week Money for expenses ad vanced Position permanent Busi nOSH successful and rushing Stand ard House Dearborn St Chi cago10Hlt r W B GEORGE 1 THE MAIN STREET Jeweler IfJPLETEWatches Clocks Jewelry lr Sterling Sterling Silver Novelties1Jw suitable For Wedding and Holiday rresents f At the very lowest prices J 102mEverything gunrnnteedus representedi FINE FARM FOR SALEiThe fine farm of about 510 acres of land situated on the Frankfort and Georgetown Turnpike in Franklin Woodlake und about nine milesVIcounty Kyneur from Frankfort owned by the heirs of Mrs A M Ji Wood deceased is for sale On this farm there is a f1 modern brick dwellinghouse of twelve rooms two large barns stables and all necessary outbuildings and ten t ant house This farm is well watered und in a high t state of cultivation Anyone desiring to purchase can Jy obtain information as to the farm and the terms of sale by addressing the undersigned at Voodlake Ky WOOD BROS X Jany 2lm J SHINGLESw Cedar 375 perta poplar 325 per m3Cypr-ess 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 200 per m s il A T HAMMOND COS i WILKINSON ST bn SIMPLE COLDS Cease to be simple If at all pro longed The safest way is to put thorn aside at the very beginning Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds 25c 50o and 100 bottle at Paul B Weltels FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians cited Write today for our book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept R 1135 Broadway Now York City Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATICITIATTANOO A I4A N T B1IilIINGHAM S H REV E PORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky IffeHala Games 1oneLion Coffee j at your Grocers t f7AS3O1L SABears Bignaturo of A limo hillQJtH BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST CALIFORNII4AND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN PTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E RACON P ACur 4 tli ami MarkutSU Loulalfq s i BEER GARDEN Oh say this is leap yenr why should not propose1 I would willimily throw my heart at hi accoptltwentytwobashful for you know if you dontpropose tho boys will notIMrs 1 Urnwnor and Miss Hattio V Lewis were the guests of Mrs L f Lewis lnst Thursday Mrs IJW Lewis visited her son Mr R H Lewis last Wednesday Mr John Gems visited Mr llli I Roberts Mr Earlie Sunday InlltIvisited Mr last It Jt weolIwere the guests of Mr J 0 Roberts last week MaryEllerMi F Smith last week Mr Cleveland Smith is visiting Barff flyingtripweek little boy of this community IAoff some Arbuckles signatures get a small knife When he1 at the postofUce for it he Vfts handed an envelope with a withoutitr way company nt business t beingdelayed We have been hearing a great It adjoining communities People are getting tired of having their mailI I worn out before it reaches If we cant got our mail when wo call for it we might as well not have any postofllce fIfthe mail is not looked after tolitDON AVON iOASTOBABears Signature ofp A LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS I RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALI FORNIA From September 15 until Novem- berI 80 1103 the Burlington makes very low oneway olonist rates to Oregon Washington ontann The reduction is IJOa1lfornln 40 per cent from the reg THE WAY TO GO r The Burlington with its strong r main lines and free chair ears best reaches the West and Northwest t via Denver Billings or St Paul The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific throughet cars sleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and intermediate points 10 OALIFORKIAIThe personally conducted California excur sions in through tourist sleepers are just the thing for coast tourists and settlers The route is Denver r Seenio Colorado and Salt Lake JHO1ESEEKERS EXCURSIONS f These are run the first and third approximately 1tripwill be a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to any inquiriesL KELEY- g Gen1 AgentSt Mo- Wi M SHAW f D P A 46 Vine St Cincinnati OhioL TERHORflt nightlunggate of Alexandria Ind Ifcouldhardly got any sleep I had so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles f of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured mo and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaran teed to cure Coughs Colds La I Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50 and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores RESOLUTION OF RESPECT Whereas God has called homo our beloved friend and fellow teacher Mrs Mollie Church there fore bo it Resolved by the Teachers of countye CHuseIteem by the teachers for her nobil ity of character her lofty aims in herjhusbanderon That wo lequest the publica theFrlnldort copybeE R JONES LENA WEBSTER LIZZIE HAHN Committee WHATS IN A NAME wh0l11ItC DeWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specifics for Piles For blind bleeding itching and pro barnsbruises ThishasDeWittsj gistsI111an1aMondayipenses Enclose addressed envel BldgjC 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH 820 630- 9GJ 019- lUfll 700 LonlBvllIe 1110 8OC = NORTH IINo 1A1 1LvShelbrvillfl No22A NoI 6IFrankfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1115 841 Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville Memphis N 0 Ltd No tivc m Arrives 745n m Row Orleans Special No 1 es x201 p m Arrived 6 p m No Local Mail No Lei yes 720 a m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodgenvillo and no Sunday service to Elizabethtown and Hodgon ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Loaves 480 p m Arrive 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenvilie and hethtown except Sunday Stops at nil stations All Trains Run Daily New Fast TrainT- OColorado UTAH ANDI PACIFIC tgtSlllnl effect Sunday May The new St a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily service Through sleeping car service for SanFran iseo Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass AJt r Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo LOUISTANA LETTER New Iberia Ln Jan 4 1903 I moved froth your State have subscribed for the Roundabout and I am glad to say it ought to be in the hands of every one in the State of Kentucky It gives all the news in society and all business news It is a flue little paper The soil here is rich sanely lark loose soil and the climate is very warm and comfortable While you are freezing up in Kentucky I dont realize it at all Some times we have frost but not often They have made their gardens Cabbage are nearly big enough to ship in this IllIflowers ought to bo here There are some of the finest you ever saw in your life I am enjoying myself fine and wish many others wore mowIis far more level than in Kentucky- I like my old Kentucky homo far away The people here are mostly Creoles and speak French while I speak English It is quite diffi cult to understand them I will bring my letter to a close by asking you to come and spend the winter in the SouthI yours truly A KENTUCKY BOY THROAT SE Theres no tolling what a sore throat will do if OU give it right of way Uncertnin remedies often cause dangerous delay Make a cure sure with Painkiller known for half a century as a specific for alljfor an emergency It never fails Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25c and ollc SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoniBLonierille Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 am No5 pm No8 pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lawrenceburg 055 620 986 Versailles 1016 642 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 Nom No6I Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 Versailles fl25 512 766 Lnwrenoeburg 648 541 820 Rhelbyvillo 720 fl2fl 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington Also on trnlnfl Xos and 6 Through Obaer vntion choir car between Louisville Harrods burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 n m for thf South and arriving 750 from the South through slcepintr cars from and to Asheville N Ct Knoxville and Morristown Tonn Train leaving Louisville 780 p m and arriving Louisville n m Through sleeping care between Louisville end Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 Lv Louisville RfO m Ar Huntinghurg 1145a mII0Xfji m Princeton 1OOp m Bt Louis 080 P m No8 No I Lv fit Louis p m Ar Princeton a m 1808ImII000Huntingburg am am No No Lv Louisville 600 P 850 a m Ar Huntingburg 850 p ml 1145 a m Evansville 1025p lBOp m No12lLv Kvansvillo 780 a 115 p m Ar Huntin I a ml 250 p Ar Louisville 1169 a 645 p m Trains Nos 28 and run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos and run solid between Louis vino and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains 22 carry Through first claw Coaches between Evansville and Louis vllltk Day trains between Louisville and St Louk carry Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louie carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Care buffet service pltoH R Spencer S H Hardwicl GB Allen G PA OLD TAYLORr THE PREMIER q KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky pt Ij liJiMi1 i4 i c jJ Jai r WD W o1IJI1IJIDiI 1f d 11 =11 IAVegetabt Prcparationfor As similating UieToodandReg iing tileS tmncl1s andBowels of PromotesDIgEstionCheerFuI ness andRestContains neither nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC II peal lIrSAMllZP117BE Pumpkin Mtt JioAtlUSJUt Surd lmlrttJ RPfItmunt 1Jll lJA forCons tion SourStomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP Toe Simile Signature of III NEW YORK Iii EXACT COPV 07 WRAPPER jj and j I J CARRY OF = i 10 Ann Street Ky r I IT GIVES THAT fora day but for all time largest total of any Life Co on Earth In there is and from are paid in 1002 4477 024 more than was pail by any other Co More than a million a month was paid last Fear in lentil than a million a month in living henefits your family to carry the burdun when ready and Assure today I shall be to call and our OLD PHONE 453 l FOR A very desirable twOStory BRICK of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre Kentucky Avenue West Side Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf o Csi t z Bears tho J lho tmJ Beutt For Children iThe Kind You Have 1 Always Bought Bears the I Signature 1of hIYou Have Always New WINTERS COMING GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FBNCING FRANK G STAGG Frankfor Strongest in the World THEPROTECTION PROTECTS not SURPLUS 5752007the surplus surplus earnings dividends Dividends willing tomorrow pleased explain R FRANKFORT SALE RESIDENCE on Bellepoint CASTORIIj Infants r Boug- htCASTORIA LIFEI strength clnimsl101ej cOlltrnctsI Ralph KYi60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone landing a eketch and description may ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably pl1telluhl9s Communica hone st rieUr on Polenta patentsIllIve special notice without charge In the Scientific American- A handsomely illustrated weekly Lnrecst cir any eclentiHo journal Terms 13 a eorslour months L Bold by all newsdealers YorkBranch t i