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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT QEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I YOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 23 1904 NO 20 Whole Stock BROGAN p WE have again a stock of our Red Kip Ties which we sell at 150 We believe this is the only store in Central Kentucky which handles a whole stock brogan at any price We know it is tlieIonly one at which canyou buy a gen uine Whole Stock Red Kip Brogan fort i 150 lR K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLATR ST FRANKFORT KY I f 84TH ANNIVERSARY Webb Commandery No2 Knights Templar of Lexington celebrated its 84th anniversary on Tuesday night last with appropriate cere monies Addresses were delivered by Right Eminent Grand Corn mander George A Lewis of this city and Sir Knight Wm C P Breokinrldge Beautiful and ap propriate vocal and instrumental music was rendered after which a delightful banquet was served con sisting of nil the delicacies of the season The address of Col Breokinridge was fully up to the high standard I always held by him and was greatly enjoyed by all present Grand Sword Bearer John G Cramer was master of ceremonies 1and was very felicitous in his man agement We give below the talk of Mr Lewis the proprietor of this paper Upon occasions like the presort I feel something like the Irishman armyIoumpnignsItransferred to the West with Hook ors corps and lived to see the cal armhy a 18 the pny of a private soldier at the time of his enlistment Fat worried over the inequality of the I matter and finally wrote the Seoro tart of War tile had served nobly in the Army of the Potomac and hud been mortally wounded lighting the rebels under Long street in the West for nil of which he was only receiving 13 a month while the colored troops were being paid 20 a month and 200 bounty He therefore asked to bo made a nacer y brevet with rank and pay accordin- long to be made nn orator by brevet that I nuts express in fit ting terms my high appreciation of this noble order which In my esti oration second church of the living Godonly tothere caniguage than Joan command a far more interesting picture of tile MasonryI it an honor to bo with you upon the occa sion of the eightyfourth anni ConnnanderytbNestor o Wet whosfi roster hears the names of the brightest intellects of Ken tucky past and present Profound thoologians wise statesmen able lawyers eloquent ministers skill everytradewhoso membership time Grand En campment of the United States and every grand body of this State has drawn for some of the most accomplished ors and skillful workmen J IOSSORSIWI r iW JJ record excelled by none and equaled by few it is mete that should stand uncovered in thi youtoon to deeds of more exalted usoful noseYOU CAN NOT CHANGE The course of a storm by tearing givewnrnIngyou cure a cold by temporarily opiumladeasum in which there is no opium lungsJand rids you of the mucus that stops up the air passages CLOSE CALL On Monday evening shortly after 6 oclock the trolley wire at the corner of Bridge and Second streets broke and fell on a passing transfer wagon The lash of electricity lighted up the whole heavens for a short while By good luck the wire rolled off the wagon body dautngs r would have caught the driver jlt electrocuted hint INCREASE OF PAY There is a bill before time Legisla ture providing for an Increase in Penhla The mon who are discharging tills duty carry their lives In their hand at all times Their present pay is barely sufllciont for them to oleo out an existence where they ha- yfamilies00 per month and that month covers every day and Sun day They only ask that it bo in creased to 75 We believe in doing as wo would bo done by and forj this reason we favor this bill DISLOCATED HER SHOULDER Mrs Johanna Soderholm of For gun Falls limn fell and dislo sated lion shoulder Shu had surgeon net it back in placo as soon as possible but it was quite nor and pained her very much Hu sou mentiorod that ho had see Chamberlains Pain Balm adver tiled for sprains und soreness nn she asked him to buy her a bottle 10lievlwhich she had not done for several days The son was so much pleased time relief it JIve his mother that ho has since recommended it to many others For sale by all druggists 1 THREE SMALL mAZEI IAt oclock Saturday morning ja blaze was discovered among some VnrldshIa blazed up through the smoke stack illuminating that whole end of the city The depart ment quickly responded and the dnmngoIan ment to the residence of Mr Jos JL Simcox on Main street South Side whore a blaze had burned a hole in the floor of a room on the lower floor It is not known how time fire started as there was no known fire in the room The loss was only nominal Again on Sunday evening shortly before j o clock an alarm from box 12 called the department to the store of Mr M B MoKin ney corner of Bridge and Second streets where a live coil from the stove lord fallen out and burned its way through to the cellar Messrs W H Jeffries and Birnoy Woitzel happened to be passing saw the blaze and burst the door In at the same timo turning in the alarm But for tho work of these gentle men soon supplemented by the fire boys n disastrous fire would have resulted AS there vas n large quantity of inflammable stuff stored in the cellar close to the blaze The loss was nominal REV CARLISLE P B MARTIN L L D WayorlV Texas writes Of a oftenum a cou and is very hard to dislodge hut a small quantity of Ballards Hore dislodgeitof no medicine that is equal to it and it is so pleasant to take I can most cordially recommend it to all persons needing a medicine for throat or lung troubles Price 25c boa 100 bottle at Paul B Weitzels COSTLY MISHAP TO FORMER IFRANKFORT BOY jBy a letter from our old time friend Col Geo G Graham of Magdalena Sonora Mexico we learn that ho had the misfortune to lose his house and its contents by fire on the night of Tuesday Dec 29 1903 saysrtI I was a heavy loser in the fire mentioned above and had a close call for my life I was asleep when thoflro originated and saved my life by jumping from an upperstory window This was anything but a happy Now Year for me Yours truly G G GRAHAM We tender our friend our sincere sympathy in his loss Wo know nil about it having been just as uu fortunate four times in this good old town Impossible to foresee an accident forsMonarch over pain NARROW ESCAPE Mrs Hiram lorry and Miss Mary Jott who were on route to Florida wore caught in a wreck Went Jack sonville Luckily Mrs Berry was but slightly bruised but the shock compelled her to stop over in Jack sonville to recuperate Miss Jett was unhurt tt1V11 L YOU SLEEP WELL arcoughas soon as you lie down You eau Allensdthe pain in tho chest the irritation in tho throat and the hard breath opiumthisonildron and to the must delicate ndultsI DONT PUT OFF HUT COME A T ONCE IF YOU WANT TO SECURE SOME OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING DURING THE RoMflaflI ana Cla8Ian08 Sale IT Will MEAN A BIG SAVING OF MONEY TO YOU WE WILL MENTION A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK 52 inches wide heavy Suiting extra value for skirts and suits in black and dark blue our 75e quality during this sale only 50c per yard 32 inches wide Flannelettes pretty patterns our 15c quality only lOc per yardIOne lot boys Underwear shirts and drawers in grey extra good values reg ular price 25c only 19c each One lot ladies all wool Underwear in white red and grey teal fine quality regular price 1 only 79c per garment One lot ladies Belts goodstyles worth 25c only 19c each One lot childrens Hose sizes 5 to 7 12 regular price 10c and 15c only Sc per pair One lot ladies Golf Gloves in red black grey and white all new styles regular price 50c only 39c per pair Also Remnants Soiled Ends Outings Shirt Waist Goods Ginghams Percales Calicoes Embroideries Laces Etcr I I Come to the Feast of Bargains C Kain Bro No 41 ST CLAIR STREET AT BRIDGE PERSONAL Mr S E Hutton wont to CIncin- nati Tuesday Rev G W Kemper of Midway was herorpueslay Miss Moohan is visiting her aunt Mrs S W linger Mr G H Bumper of Midway was in the city Tuesday Mr W P Marsh of Lawrence burg was hero Saturday Gov W O Bradley of Louisville was In the city this week Attorney George C Wool of Lox ington was here Saturday 4Miss Lucy M Chinn wont to Cin yesterday morning Judge M C Saufley of Stanford was a visitor hero this week Judge Wm Carroll of New Car tie was in the city this week Mr Delano P Walcutt of Louis ville is a visitor here this week Mr J Swipert Taylor went to Cincinnati on Thursday morningsr Miss Nannie Hammond returnei to school at Richmond on Monday Mrs Chas J Norwood of Lex ington is visitnu Mrs S W Hager Lafayette Green of Falls of was a visitor here this weeK IHon H V Bell of Lawrence was in the city on Saturday Lee Wallace of Sholbyville guest of Miss Susie McHenry Miss Christine Bradley of Louis villa visited friends hero this week Mrs John W Gaines is visiting Mrs Hannah Hardin in St Louis Mo ExSenator L H Carter of Law renceburg was in the city on Mon dayMr Thos H Locke and wit have gone to Chillicothe 0 to re side Gov Robt L Pattison of Pennsylvania was a visitor here this Johnston Barrett of Cin cinnati was a visitor here this weekProf MeHenry Rhoads of Owens boro spent Thursday in this his old homeCapt Jas W Blackburn Sr oi 1Woodford county was here this Week Mr G G Speer and wife visited at their old home in Lawronceburg this week Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale visited her son MrJW S Farmer this week Mrs John D White of Louis villp is visiting her sister Mrs S W Hager Miss Hallie Lillard of Lawrence t burg is visiting her aunt Mrs W S FarmerMiss Winn of Midway was the guest of Mrs Bourne Ows ley this week Mrs W J Lewis of Woodlake is visiting Irs W H Whitsett in Richmond Va Col Jos A Craft Collector In ternal Revenue of Louisville was here this week Rev Father Raffo of Louisville was the guest of Rev Father T S Major Edmund W Taylor returned IMr night from a visit to Eastern cities W R Thomas of Lexington r attended the WilliamsBull wedding on Thursday Miss Ophelia Thomason is the guest of her cousin Mrs John P i cJtarks in Louisville Miss Laura Clay of Lexington was a visitor in the House of Rep resentatives this week fMiss Sue Scott of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Guy H Briggs in this city Mr Sam C Bull jr of Green ville Miss attended the Williams Bull wedding Thursday II1Ir8 John F Davis who has been the guest of her son in In diana returned Tuesday Mr Jfr Arnold wife and chit dren have returned from a visit to relatives in Owen county Miss Iola Estelle Scanland who is located at Mayfield is visiting t her parents near Faruidalo t Miss Champion of Eddyville is t the guest of Miss Ida Kennedy iiKentucky Ave West Side Miss Janio Dehonoy entertained a few friends at her home on Main flf street on Saturday evening Miss Mary Belle Taylor and Miss Juanita Kline entertained a few friends on Tuesday evening Mr Woodson Coleman who has been living at JelHco Venn re turned home Thursday night Mr V P Smith wife and laugh ter of Somerset attended the Wil liamsBull wedding on Thursday Mrs Jennie Bond of Now Lib erty was the guest of Mrs W G Simpson Wilkinson street this weekMiss Emma Payne visited her mother Mrs Joan W Payne at Sat3i7 IRev GAO Darsie attended the Mission Rally at Broadway Christian Church Lexington on FridaIGeorco Williams of Irvine at tended tho WilliamsBull wedding on Thursday Miss Stella MeDanlel and little brother Leon wore guests of tlioii sister Mrs R E Baker at zor this wool swltI Miss Agnes Brown of who has boon tho guest of Miss Natmio Hammond Taylor Avonue has returned home lodge Jos H Lewis President of thu Goebel Howard Commission was hoio on Wodnosday to attend the meeting of that body Mrs J Si ort Taylor and Mrs Rebecca Kline entertained at theii country homo Thistloton on Fri day afternoon from to 5 Miss Eudora S Crutchor of Woodford county who hits hem the guest of her sister Mrs W G Simpson has returned home Miss Ida Kennedy of Kentucky Ave IVost Side who has been visiting friends in Louisville and Eddyville has returned home Mrs W H Negus nee Hoge who has been tie guest of her father Col Chits E Hogo left for Greenville Miss on Saturday- Mr Ralph Jones wife and child of St Louis Mo are guests of his parents Mr Marcus A Jones and wife on Fourth Ave South Side Dr H A Nelson tho hustling young Osteopathic Physician of Louisville was in the city this week and made us a pleasant call Mrs Hannah Hardin of St Louis Mo who was called here by the death of her father Judge Lysander Hord returned homo MondayCapt McHenry Richardson wife and child who have been visiting her parents Mr J M Case and wife in this city have returned to their home n Meade county Mrs S W Hager charmingly en tertained her friends among the ladies of Frankfort and their visit ors on Tuesday from 8 to 7 p m Mrs Hager was assisted in receiving by her neice Miss Meehan and her sisters Mrs Chas J Norwood of Lexington and Mrs John D White of I ouilvi1lA Mrs O Pontz and Mrs J R Walters assisted in serving refreshments and Mrs W W Longmoor and Mrs Eli H Brown presided at the punch table This was one of the most pleasant events of the many during the season UNFORTUNATE While the motorman was assist ing in repairing the broken trolley wire at Bridge and Second streets on Monday night some thief jumped on the car abstracted the cash box and made off undetected NO PITY SHOWN For years fate was after me con tinuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at all drug stores- REOPENS Our genial and clever friend Mr D L Kennedy requests us to say that he will reopen his beautiful now place of business II The Ra leigh on Monday February It is a beauty and Dan is one of the olliesfc fellows any where to be found Silver Plate that Wears Your Spoons Forks etc will be per fectlon In durability beauty of design and brilliancy of finish if they are selected from terns stamped r 1847R- ogersBros Remember J 841takenosub stitute There are other Rogers butlikeallimitatlons they lack the merit and value Identified with the original and genuine Jade iuternetlond pIier CuHuooenor b Co is Sold by leading dealers V everywhere FOR SALE BY HI 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler 1 I I J FOR SALE BY M A SELBERTiFADING JEWELER i t RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECr The Sundayschool of the Stamp ing Ground Baptist Church on Sunday January 17 appointed n committed to draft resolutions upon the death of their pastor Rev T Warn Beagle Sr Said commute has submitted the following Whereas In the wisdom of our Heavenly Father ho has seen fit to call from tho field of his love am usefulness upon earth to the well earned rest in the mansions High our beloved pastor Rev T Warn Beagle and in order to express our appreciation of his labors and our irreparable loss in his death therefore be it Resolved That the Stampin Ground Baptist Sundayschonl has sustained an irreparable loss in the death of our beloved pastor the teacher of our Bible class and who always esteemed his work in our school a labor of love and not of duty Resolved That we desire to bear humble and grateful testimony to his gentle love his earnest zeal and his unbending devotion to the cause of The Master he had so long served Resolved That we tender to his lonely and devoted wife in her age and bereavement our tenderer sympathy and assure her that we will ever remember her and her lost one in our devotions and to the devoted sons and daughters our sincerest condolence in their timi of deepest sorrow Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon our Sundayschoo records and a copy of same sent to the family of our beloved brother R L THOMA SON MRS D H DUVALL A M DUVALL MORPHINE A Wonderful Discovery That Cure Morphine Laudanum Opium Cocaine and Other Drug Habits 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 ninny able physicians are a victim to this terrible disease It is no ordinary disease and can not be cured bj any ordinary drugs or methods of treatment It has remained for in to perfect a wonderful treatment that will cure nay case of drug addiction known It matters not how or when you got the habit 01 how much drug you are using 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 corre spondonce from all especially physicians solicited Address Therapeutic Associa tion Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City THE RIGHT SPIRIT We are gratified at the exhibition of the right spirit in regard to the Capitol question as time following shows Wo are glad that Lexington is ireparing to join Louisville in support of the proposition to build new capitol at Frankfort The Lexington Democrat says Tho Chamber of Commerce noted wisely in deciding to lot tho ilfort to secure the State Capitol for Lexington drop There was no earthly show for us to get it and the effort would be both costly and seless Now lots all work for new Capitol at Frankfort com lensurato with the greatnoss of Contucky By all means lot all sections of tho State unite in support of a hill to erect at Frankfort a Stato House worthy of Kentucky This is not a party nor is it a sectional quos lon DWO it to ourselves to nlid for our public ofllcers legis t frJ Ib lative executive and judicial a house in which public business aocordnncelWith cures At any drug store HEAVY WINDI The wind of Thursday night proved a howling success It must have howled at the rate ci 00 miles an hour- CATHOLIC CHURCH BAZAAR The ladies of the Church of the Good Shepherd will give a Bazaar for tho benefit of the church on February 8 9 10 and 11 Everything will be done to make it a success IF UNWELL Try SOc bottle of Herbine notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appotito Energy Strength and vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from In digestion and Debility Isaac Story Ava Mo writes Sept 10 InOOII I was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr JW Mory prescribed Herbine it cured me in two weeks I can not recommend it too highly it will do a1l10u claim for it Sold by Paul FORJSALE A farm of 8 acres and now house of four rooms Good outbuildings and cellar Will sell cheap Good place for doctor blacksmith or hucksterM ROBERTS Hatton Ky Dec 20 1003lm DrOBDemareeGeneral rapeutics including Rays Ultra Violet Rays Galvanic and Faradic ElectricityICAPITAL HOTEL BLDG HOURS 10 to 12 a in 2 to 4 and 0 to 8 in PHONESIOlllce New 102 Old 402 Residence New 161 Old 226 14lin Frankfort Ginoinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table On and after March 1 Passen ger Trains will leave L N Depot n freeHolitbl Games6o different gamesall new one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers t iAJ = = s HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR j MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO How about the West or Southwest- IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTH WEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR f TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE You cant get better service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE t FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST II Get the Hen 1erson 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 Genl Passgr Agt- Louisville Ky THIS IS Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED R The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal tr IHENRY Editor WATTERSON ITWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 11 Rn 11A I YEAR t REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE OURIERJOURNAL Issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by f mail COURIER OURNALCOMPANY a LOUISVILLEn By a Special Arrangement you can get the- ROUNDABOUT and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This Is for cash subscriptions only All ubsorlptions under this combination offer must be sent through the Rouudn bout office t JL J AT COST i OUR FINE STOCK OFj = = = = = = Cloaks Skirts Dolls Christmas Boxes Toys L AT BIG REDUCTION q t fS D JOHNSON GO THOUSANDSSAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medicine tivelyouresConsumptionCoughs rr Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough t Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50clTrial bottle free I 4ISly t POTTERY IN OPERATION 1iF Visitors to the Kentucky Mineral Exhibit in the Mines and Metallurgy J building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year will have the pleasure of seeing a miniature pottery in full t operation J A Bauer of Paducah r who operates a large pottery at which is made white earthenware jars jugs etc has applied to the Kentucky Ex hibit Association for space in the clay exhibit to place a man and jig to turn out jugs and other wares throughout the exposition He promises to send a skilled man who can make his work both attractive and entertaining Mr Bauer uses three clays from McCracken minerin Graves county- PICTURES OF EVERYTHING attractstthan photographs and the Kentucky Exhibit Association which is to erect the Kentucky Building and make a dis play of the States products and rot sources at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year has lost no time jn carrying into effect plans that grew out of a recognition of this fact It has appointed an official photographer in every county in the state to secure for the Kentucky Building and variovs palncest1 noteworthy and of interest It tIsto give credit to every photographer every picture furnished by himself KENTUCKY TO GIVE WATER v W L Crabbe of Drennon Springs Chairman of the SubCommittee on j Mineral Waters of the Kentucky Ex Association will probably ar 1rangewith the different mineral water of the State for dispersing their water gratis at the Worlds Fair The Blue Lick Springs Company has kindly consented to give away water for two months Other companies with waters as noted will doubtless follow suit so Kentucky will have water to dispense during the entire seven months of the Fairway AGRICULTURAL BUILDING AT ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR Is the largest Exposition building ever constructed for the reception of a single department Contains a thousand feet more floor space than did the great Crystal Palace in which were shown all the exhibits of the first Worlds Fair in London in 1851 Is 500 feet wide by 1600 feet or over a quarter of a mile in length Has 800000 square feet equaling ttr nearly 20 acres of floor space Cost 529940 Has light admitted by monitor windows without the use of skylights thus protecting exhibits at all times from the direct rays of the sun and adding materially to the comfort of exhibitors and visitors Is big enough to hold three Wash ington monuments laid end to end diagonally through It Used as an apple bin would hold of fruit for each man 1and child in the United womnnI Philippines and Hawaii and i would be a double supply for each ofI the Cubans RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bov A B Ghinn Rec tor Sunday Jan 24 1904 11 a ilL Morning Prayer followed by sermon 780 Evening Prayer and Sermon Sundayschool at 980 a m Wednesday evening at 780 Evening Prayer and Lecture At 730 Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson in ohanol Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m in thA courthouse Sundayschool at 945 a m in tho courthouse Homo Department and Bible Class Taught by Mr S E Hutton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Night subject How to Live the Simple Life- Prayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in tho Sun dayschool room of tho First Presbyterian Church Visitors are cordially invited to attend Williprench willipreachPioneersRaccoon John Smith Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at chapelLeader Topic What if Christ Canto to ovenIingTopic Conversion The Junior Endeavor Soniety will meet in tho chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend theso services and especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH P n v Father Thomas S Major Recttlltq Low Mass 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p mIFIRST PR E SB CHURCHRov J McClusky Blayney D D tho Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m attend Tho public is cordially invited to Rov1Cpreach at a m and 780 p mISundayschool at 080 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m 6801pat780Everybody invited to attend A COUPLE OF RUNAWAYS Just before 10 oclock on Satur day night a team of horses hitched to a hack belonging to Mr Bowman Gaines ran away on tho South Side and carne over the bridge at a lively gait In front of Burck hardts store in Odd Fellows Tem pIe they ran into a meat wagon breaking the tongue and were cap tured One of the horses was badly cut about the legs Another runaway occurred just before 10 oclock on Sunday night when a horse attached to a buggy of Mangan Darnell became frightened and ran down St Clair towards the bridge When it reached the corner of St Clair and Main the horse attempted a shortcut to the stable by running across the pavement and between a telo phone pole and a trolley wire pole smashing the buggy to bits The horse kept on its way until itI reached the stable The occupants of the buggy a man and woman jumped out and were luckily unhurt DONT WORRY This is easier said than clnnp yet it may be of some help to consider the matter If the cause is some thing over which you have no con trol It is obvious that worrying will not help the matter in tho least On tho other hand if within you control you have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use it judiciously and all cause for worry as to the outcome will quickly disappear There Is no danger of pneumonia when it is used For sale by all druggists THE MUSICAL HITS IN THE SILVER SLIPPER It is claimed that the music of IoTho Silver Slipper is so full of melody that it sends one home to bed whistling and that tho cos dnzIzlodChampagne Dance is promise- to set Frankfort talking WILL USE HANDSOME NEW CHURCH Sunday next January 30 the First Baptist Church will use fo the first time their now and remod oled church building The work has been completed and it is a perfect gem of its character the church being oneof the prettiest both exter nally and internally in this section of the country In our next issue wo hope to give a more full and aucu rate description of the church Its able and earnest young pastor Rev M B Adams tho Build- Ing Committee of the Church Messrs W S Farmer O C Ken n ey find Dr U V Williams and the members of tho church gen orally are to bo congratulate upon the achievement of this long de sired work FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1135 Broadway New York City Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed FOR SALE ApplytoJAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tr Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles timestheIPrepared by E DeWitt d Chicago For sale by J W Gnyle drug gist tnoidtth take a few doses of Chamberlains Stom ach find Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to cure For sale by all druggists CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionrpoor pnt1 nt and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to loud digestion SrupIis made certain by German Syrup- Ro is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rust less nights and tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cnn tnklnsGellnnnlarly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will thud that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25 regular size Inc At all druggists yr All druggists guarantee every bot tie of Chamberlains Cough Rom edy and will refund the money to any ono who is not satisfied after using twothirds of tho contents This is the bolt remedy in tho world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant und safe to take It prevents nl tondonc of a cold to result in pneumonia Sold by all druggists GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Air J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to dlnILouis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 jn in leave Saturday 200 p 10farriving at Havana Monday morn onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORI EANSiOcean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama k Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by aforMEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via tho Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service FascinntinHtrlp complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati overgWodnesdu K MARDI GRAS i onFolHrates will be in effect to New Or jlocaladvise youNEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double service and fast steamheated veNtiibule trains with IttIPIhodining cars book on New OrleansFGULFPORT MISS atGulfportOu f Coast has 250 rooms single or bnthSteamtelephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast sleepingnndsingle change on sumo train en route at Memphis into through forl1lu8trntedport and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARKrDirect Pullman Sleeping Car Ser bookIFULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can r Centralof the undersigned representatives of the Central 1 F W HARLOW D P AtI ou A J McDOUGALL D P AJNow A H HANSON U P A ChicagoJNO JMemphis Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Succcasf ul treatment for blood and skin dlacdeee r THeFranlcronRounflaDQU f Entered at the ostnlice tit Frankfurt Kell lucky ns secondel snwilnbletuutttJr GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pul rte Ii FRANKFORT JAN 23 1903 TWO MOttE ALARMS- At riti r p m on Vednosday an alarm from box 17 unllud the live men to tho residence of Mr 11 A t Jones corner of Fourth Avenu 1andEwing street where a chin 3fey which hud become choke with soot burnod out lotting sons of the burning soot fall through a grate in an upper room It was easily extinguished with no loss t At 880 the same evening an talarm called the hogs to tho old brick stable on Wnpping street attached to the residence of Mr John H Stuart recently purchase n by Rear Admiral C C Todd which was found to be a roaring furnace on the inside It was full of old shingles and other kindling wood which had been taken off of tho roof of tho big dwelling rhe blaze threw out a very largo light and a second alarm was turned in T Tho stable was located in Catfish Alley opposite the St Joseph If Academy and was a bad place for a fire as there were a number of and sheds on it and it i 0stables to the big livery stabli i of Messrs Mangan k Darnell The fire boys put up a stiff fight and notwithstanding the high wine r blowing at tho time soon had the fire put out The building in which it origi nated was old and dilapidated am would soon have had to he torn r away Tho loss was small und hat no insurance of course GRAND COMMAND ERY OF KENTUCKY The 57th Annual Conclave of tin Grand Commandery of Kentuckj will be held in this city tho third Wednesday in May next May 18th From tho data collected by tit different committees appointed bj Frankfort Commandery No4 who- are to bo the hosts upon this occa sion this conclave promises to b the largest and best attended of ever held by the Knights rThecommittee to secure accom modations are kept busy replying to numerous letters of inquiry for f quarters and will probably bo oh lilted to make a canvass of the city to secure accommodations for tiE those who desire to be present al that time It is earnestly hoped that the Frankfort people will bestir them selves and show if anything n little more of their usual abound lug hospitality in this matter It is peculiarly their duty this time as this city is the home of the pres ant Right Eminent Grand Com man del and as is tho custom our Commandery will place another member of Frankfort Coiner andury s No4 in line for some grand Iofl1ce UJIOl8 OF DAUGH TERS ERACY O F CONFED IWe the Joseph H Lewis Chap D C return our most sill core thanks to Rev C 1 Nugent and Rev A Chinn for thuir f touching and appropriate eulogies on the true and patriotic qualiri that formed tho character of 01 r hero and chloftuin Gen Robt F Lou to Miss Katie Thompson Mr Stratton and tho yount hulius that rireuIere1 tho music so lisnmifuliy at the held nt the ISpU copal Cliaprl on hn nnnfveranrjr of bis birth Ian 10 19ol Till SILVER SLIPPER 4 The mot complete ortnintJu ver appearing in muaioal eojpwdy tour is that of II The Sliver SUp 4Iper tho lutflse mnsionl pt8Jbyt- bo authors of Flurodorn which will bo the till met iun ut tho Capital t Thuatro in tho iifur future In preparing to send Tlifl Silver Slipper on tour following the suc cessful six months run at the Broadway Theatre New Y url Mi John C Fisher did not hositiiio Sit expense and tho complete produc tion with all tho dazzling soenio and lighting effects and tho oxpan r r rJI V t w 3 i JawsTightly Loclled From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cure My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous d orders but neverlias it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasm Thousands of testimonials prove this in nearly every instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Net vine was given The statement is repeated in the following Seven years ago wife commenced having spasms or fits and I called in my home physician and he said she was para lyzed He her with salt water am gave her calomel and she eventually Iot some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently lame times severe Her hands would cramp so we could not them and she final her jaws would become locked gotI saw the doctor was doing her no good and ordered a bottle of storative Nervine She received so muc benefit from the first bottle that I cot som more She has taken number of bottle but has never had a fit sinre taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Di Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is neve without them If there is any way of making this testimonial so becaus of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv Inc did my wifeWit Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first Lot tie Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind live costumes which tended to make this musical play the most successful production of the set son will be seen here The cast will include such wel known favorites as Thos T Keogl Gertrude Millington Fred Rut veils Harry B Burcher Virginia Palmer Leo Mordant and LOt f Lieb and an en semble of over 100 people and an augmented orchestra of twentysix musicians WORKING NIGHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is JrKings New Life Pills These pill change weakness into strength listlessnoss into energy brainfa into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up tho health Only 25o per box Sold by all drug gists MUSICAL RECITAL Miss Katie Thompson will give a musical recital at the Capita Theatre on Tuesday January 26 Miss Thompson will be assisted b local musical talent She is a fino musician and has heretofore Jolt recitals which were greatly enjoyed 1U2t GOOD ENOUGH The bill appropriating 100000 for the erection of new Capitol Buildings wont through tho Hats of Representatives on Wednesday by the decisive vote of 52 to nud now all Frankfort feels good enougl to forgive Mr Thompson of Bourbon tho only member who vote no even if he does spell his mum with a p EYE EXTRACTED socondIMS boon having trouble with his right eye of which he lost the light whilo hunting souse twelve rears ago On Tuesday last Iw mdorwent an operation by whim ilus eye hall was extracted Drs jolonmn and Reynolds porformcc the operation and Mr Gordon If loing nicely 0 PAUJJYDTSIWw rfl mt instate that 11 ifp Hiro Dixon the hill lsnm Mid pnpnlii laughter of Col J K Dixon was Uriels n with paralysis last Wf el tad now lens In a v ry preuai lout condition at her horse Oil liroadwn Itioetluiis Dixon was in apparently food luullhaml aropo from In r sum jiiickiy to nnswur lirA liter hell hen she fell forward inscnslbli UK has so romnintd since up U tho hour wo write 1rcicarora Treatment Syrup purGss the bleoi Crrto heels skin Ofupticu WANTED young iKiics to work nt tiIIFifty Sloo Co Apply ur 7tr tl t a f fj i- S IS THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT GOING TO DO SOMETHING FOR THE FARMER The National Government give tho rivers and harbors 5013030 000000 a year It gives tho cities groat publii buildings postolllces courthouses etc- It gives manufacturers protoctioi tarlnIits veterans and the a year in pensions as it huld- It hits loaned its credit to private individuals to build railways and given them grants of millions of acres of land It ins however done but Iittl for tho farmer and for agriculture The farmer is the backbone of tho country It is ho who foods tin entire population and ho is noI longer satisfied with poor roads At last it seems as if the National Government was going to do some thing for the farmer A bill hni boon introduced in Congress caller tho Brownlow Bill which appro priates 24000000 as National aid for tho building of roads Tin farmer wants this hill to pass und he is determined tint the Nationa Government shall do something for him as well as for the rest of its citizens BEAUTIFUL HANDKERCHIEF One of tha prettiest and most dainty handkerchiefs which it hns been our fortune to see in a longtime is that in the show window of Dr Paul B Woitzels drug store corner of St Clair and Broad wn streets It is quite expensive is hand made of honiton und Inches braids The variety of stitches and fineness of the thread used make it ono of the most dainty as well at tho most durable of that variety It is so durable that it can ho lawn dried It is the handiwork of a young lady living in Now York City where she makes these handkerchiefs as pastime when other wise not occupied- It is valued at 15 and is to be rallied off for the benefit of one ol our countys fairest sweetest and most deserving young girls The chances are from one cent to one dollarDr Woitzol will have charge ol its disposal Call and see it RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- Chronicu cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh theyneed Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to seid you n few doses free He sure that tttit pctnrt in the form rt a htt nn the wraiper of every botjls of LmuUion you buy SCOTT l OVNE- Chemists 409 Purl St N Y 50 and all drugjjkts jI J W i owr f J l CASTORIegeIabldPrc As similating iheTood andReguta ling Ihe Stomachs aru Bowels of PromotesTHgestionCheeiful ness and BestContains neither Morpliine norMineral NOT NARCOTIC paatlOldnwl1ZffirBr1I Paaipfm Sal RtruSTae6lie trI4tjoJ JliriJud I7arItf for tion Sour StotnachDiarrhoea- Wo1msConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK 1EXiAcT tOpylJl WRAPPCR J ARRESTED Jolly Ofllcor H Davis Harrod arrested one John feeler on Monday and lodged him in jail charged with fraud Dr Comlltron Powders are mist what a horse needs when in bad oudition Tonic blood purifier and ovmifugo They are not food bu iieclicine and tho best in use to put jorse in prime condition Price 2J rents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle COLLINS HAVENS Capt W T Havens former Dop uty in tho Clerk Court of Appeals ofllee has bought a half interest in the hardware establishment of Air C E Collins and will make hisI permanent home in this city Havens is a gentleman of the first class genial and wholesouled The new firm will do a largo busi ness as Mr Collins aleady had A fine trade Terrible plagues those itohlng diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Deans Ointment cures At any drug store- BRUTALLY TORTURED A case came to light that all per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps1 never been equaled Toe Golobick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years ondurod inpuller able pain from Rheumatism und nothing relieved mo though I tried everything known I oamo across Electric Hitters stud its tho greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely relieved and cured mo as loud for Livnr and Kidney IJust and general debility Only gists Satisfaction gunranteod h Larks IidneyGlobes Guaranteed CureIfor allKidney Bladder Diseases SMALL All A PILL iEASIER rb TAKE Two dna0 give rolittf and one box wil cure any oidiiitiry ljIU of Kidney or IJIuililtr TrI Iltinovos Gravel cures ijinbeioH Huniiiial Jiuiiasitinrt Voak and Jjtiino JJaiU KliHimiitiMu trod nil irregn llHriiifs f Kiiliinys niul Bladder in both tnoii aid wfitneu Sold ut 50 cents pH hoi u iho N Cur No Pay basis Si tl mull iiontligo paid upou receipt of pricf KyIt1 jr CASTORIArFor IThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 1JY The xKind i You Have Always Bough- tCASTO RIA S CUBED AFTER SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hare Miami Cycle and Mfg Co Midcilotown 0 suf fered for ton years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving tiny permanent benefit Ho says Ono night while feeling exceptionaly had I was about to throw down the evening paper when regardingCure I concluded to try It and while I had no faith init I felt hotter after the socortd dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have boon in years and I recommend Kodol Dys pepsin Cure to my friends and ac quaintances suffering from stomach trouble Sold by all druggists f Our Guarantee Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy J E M Flour and if for any reason i it does not suit you you cnn get your money back Your grocer soils it with this un derstanding If we could make any stronger guarantee we would Just tell your grower to send you J E M f olll today Sold only by grocers and made only by the 7i t J E m lTIlIIICg Go C TIME TAItLK i i No21 No i j SOUTH k okP M i JttlltOIl s2 620 j1ia Hurt 00 615- t111yvi3e luUl 708 LInltllIIe 1100 800 1IU P 1011111 sBO 000 ilitilrijvlfu I SI 7TH 4TlUklnt 10lfi 7 A ii = 40rIC r liinois Central tint Seventh f River Louisville IMomiihU N 00 Ifd No lot uvtl Arrives MSn in ifow Orleans Si o list No cnr01piii Art Ivoh5isnin- No iai Loonl Mull No liA- Li des 720 nt Arrives ittft For Fulton Fiulncah niul iHtcruimliiiro IjIJllifiiicliotynIitxlliivllle0adlIopkinsvlllaoxetHit IoSiiiiduy mirvlcH to Klirnbcthtown and Hixlgoi ville Stops at all Millions J No Accommodation No Leaves p in Arrive ti55 For Central City ConncctiiiR 132AHiMlKtiivillH Sunuay Stops at nil station All Trains lieu Daily f SaleHSilksJANUARYl PricekeepersTake advantage of this Special Offering It will pay you W S FARMER W S FARMER THE SUPERINTENDENTS DIVISION N E A The Suporintendunts Division of tho National Educational Association has boon called to moot at At lanta Ga February 2325 1904 which will bo preparatory to the general meeting of the Association which will assemble in St Louis Mo July 59 1904 ProtoS L Froggo who is the Director for Kentucky has issued a olrnular with reference to the meeting next month in which ho earnestly urges tho Superintend ents to attend Reduced rates have been secured upon the railroads and Atlanta is an ideal place for such a meeting at this season of the year The following is Prof Froggos circular 190JI Frankfort Ky Jan 18 Dear SirI desire to call your attention to the of tho Su EItot f GaThere are many reasons why you should attend this meeting The first of those reasons is you need tho mooting for your own im provement and will bo poorer if you neglect such an opportunity Second the meeting needs your presence and influence to make it what it should be it Third the good name of South orn education must be redeemed and new life must be infused into J our educational work h You must come to our aid h Rate is one fare for tho round trip from any point in Yours f S KentuokyI J It is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of unknown corn- position ftWheil a person is really sick the is to call a physician Often times however a person is run flown and out of sorts without sickia a good common 1 sense digestive tonic is usually all that is needed PeptonlttiW Gaylep can- k list simply of pure port wino and pure pepsin first gives you new blood now life the second 1 prompts n perfect performance of l tho digestive functions Small size 50 cents large size 100 MARDT OKASNEW ORLEANS PENSACOLA MOBILE On February 915 the L N R R will soil tickets to above points at greatly reduced rates For information as to rates and limits of tickets apply to ticket agent Through trains Pullman Sleepers l Reolininy Chair Oars and Dining Cars on nil rough trains Service lo South vitv 1 N is tinsur pssedA V HITE Agent- COMMUNICATED Prnm fort Ky Jar in l04 Mr Editor Tin genti Miinn who soon o1 jiihitst ed in the I Niiisaiuio proposition in IHOI lust Isnie by siyiny ho vai fOnck IJClhihiltI from riiuiiiip till publin hiyhwuvs must ant got tin lane 11111111tlf jiuier rOI1 J laud in our county that lilt up fug roads mid tin groat of grass mid weid rlmt grow upon tlufo mifs Now if nn itoik allow 11 to run on tho highwuys oat this grnsxit would be n toI Wl te plslllio- Whnt would the roil idos ho in u Jew veers if it Were slot for tho old r to s hut a thidset of tangled oeds hushes itnd briars IW nil know tilt larinuri do not Jeep t 1l lIn stile of the Iouuo tlMin beast of nil tho roadside lhcro is now a statute prohibit t t ing breochy stock running at large and nearly any old fence will do to keep out stock such as cows calves etc that are not roguish but hogs on the public roads are an abomination and a fence has to be rabbit tight to keep them out Two years ago the Legislature could not agree on passing a gen oral stack law for the State but I think if all interested parties in RttenItionput a bill through prohibiting hogs at least from running at largo in this county Lot us all petition himIJUST ONE MINUTE reIliefthe microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out tho inflamma tion and heals and soothes the atlocted parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs off pneumonia anti is a harmless and never failing nitro in all curable oases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by all druggists SOMNAMBULIST Little Miss Ruth Roberts daughter of Col H H Roberts Presi lent of the Board of Education dreamed on Saturday night that she was visiting a little neighbor arose in her sledp and wont a half square away in her night clothing and returned homo ringing the bell to gain admission and returned to her bed She was utterly oblivious ot the whole matter until told of it by her parents on Sunday morning Strange to say she suffered no ill Roots from her experience WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF And your muscles sore from cold or rheumatism when you slip and sprain a joint strain your side or bruise yourself Painkiller will take out the soreness and fix you right in a jiffy Always have it with you and use it freely Avoid substitutes there is but one Pain killer Perry Davis Price 25o rind u0- uASCENSION CHURCH BADLY DAMAGED BY FIRE At oclock on Monday ovenimn an alarm called tho fire boys to the rear of Ascension Church where a dangerous fire had developed from dim in tit roof of tho church over the pulpit and altar It was a Kurd fire to got nr owing to tho steep und high roof Tho handsomely groined roof was badly damaged and tho finu nrumi wllllh hod welt taken 111I11 rot ttI was almost ruined II tho IIUOWIIIUpO1 a n 1 mid a half the flumes wir extinguished It will bo reimmbond that this tin illI1IJ wtisi tJnlllllr several yours ago by a simil ir fire ollgi ivling at tint smite plnno- Thuloss wHIlm pretty houvy and Is greatly vojrHMtfil by everybody n this fonnnnnity BEST LFKIMKKT ON I3AHTK Henry D Baldwin City Wiiter Works Sliiilislnirc Wl writs Imvo tried many kinds of liniment hut huve never reeeivt d much bnellt until I used ll ilacds h5nif Liniment fiir rheumatism IIl1iInl11 HA RVIELAND Weather is warmer and fine time for the tobacco strippers Miss Bessie Polsgrovo spent Sun day with Miss Hattie Lewis We are sorry to say Mr Tom Goins is very ill with rheumatism spentSlturdamother Mrs Joseph PHelfer of Bethel neighborhood Miss Ethel LeCompto spent Sunday with Miss Mary Lewis Miss Hattie Lewis and Miss Maggie Smith spent one evening last week with Sutor Mr Charley McQueon stud wife spent Sunday with friends in our neighborhood Miss Kitty Moore spent several days with her cousin Miss Roann Goins the past week Mr Doda Bryan and Miss Annie Smith spent Sunday with Miss Fronia Allen near Saffolls Old Robarts called on his best girl Saturday evening Miss Roann Goins spent Wednesday night with Miss Pearl Chism Miss Ella Kemper is visiting her sister Mrs L T Minish Mrs L W Lewis is very sick at this writing Mr Bab Pulliam and Mr Clar ence Snow passed through our town Sunday evening I guess they wore looking for their best girls BOYS IN BLUE MONTH AFTER MONTH A cold clings to you The cough seems to tear holes in tho delicate lungsYouyou are threatened with a disease you scarcely dare to name Are you aware that even a stubborn and longneglected cold is cured with Lung Balsam Do not spend moru of your life in coughing and worrying FRANKFORT BOY ON THE LIST At a mooting of tho senior class followIiugtorian lien Ewing of Louisville class orator Edward Kasiu of Frankfort grumbler J D Crain of Shelby ville giftorian Joseph E Harkins of Prestonsburg prophet Harry Hipgins of Stanford poet Thomas Stewart of Laurel county historian Sanders Clay of Henderson WHATS JN A NAME Everything is in tho name when it uomis to Witch Hnel Snlve E C DoWitt Cu ut Chicago dis euverud lulu years ago how to innke n salvo from Witch Hael that Is n specitli for Plies For blind Itltioding itlhing and pro ittiding Pile fiirfina tilt burns bruises nod nil sJin lis ases Ih Witts rjalvo hay no equal Tits wrlliIIitho genuine Sold by ail urn gist lllUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown t Lexington Traction Co Curs louvn Lexington fur Paris ovury hour from ti n in to 7 p in 1111ut p m Leave Paris every liour 1rom 7 a in to S p m and at 10 p m iii to faro Ju cents Limvu Lexington for Georgetown evny hour bran 7 a m to p m rxuopt a m p m 8 and 10 pI Lenvu Georgetown every hour Plum n ni to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and p JIlIProsidentI lJl Ij BEST PRICES GOODSITREATMENT These are tho three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no anytimeright we ask you to tell us of it John DriscollFrankfort Ky- N t t r II tt ii i6JA + Saffellsii a Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them N Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier 4 Monarch and White Horse Brand ttjg New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer MeRocquefnrt and Imperial Cheeses a KiA Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies MM W yWhiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds W iw f TRY OUR FAMOUS + Red Jacket Cider N I4- 1r t j 1 1 f f I l 2 i l I t jo frl j s v ri1I r Sonu thing Sle U1 REED ROKERS The kind that rests you Something comfortable from 060 up It RO uEf 4 UtSfON J tI rls t1Uf NEW RIVAL iLoaded Black Powder Shells shoot stronger and reload better than any other black powder shells on the market because they are loaded more carefully and made more scientifically Try them They are THE HUNTERS FAVORITE DEATHSTRACEYAt Holmes street on Thursday night Mr William N Tracoy aged 7 2 f rears Mr Tracoy was n bluff hearty and honest gentleman a sincere friend and humble Christian His health had been poor for a long time and tho death of his devotee wife a few months ngoo took all the hope and energy leftin him and he sunk slowly to the end it7MEFTINU OF FRANKFORT LEAGUE We are requested to announce that the Frankfort Civil League oft Ladies will hold their quarterly meeting in the Chapel of the City School on Tuesday next January 26th at 3 oclock p m It is earn estly hoped that there will be a large attendance Everybody is Invited to attend I CONSTITUTION CIVIC LEAGUE ARTICLE I NAME Section 1 The name of this so 4 ciety shall be the Frankfort Civic League ARTICLE IIOBJECT Section 1 The object of this society shall be the improvement oft Frankfort in health cleanliness h beauty and prosperity m MEMBEBS adult may become this society by sign IARTICLE and paying to 25 cents as initiation under 1C years of I age may become members by pay lug 5 cents Sec 2 All members agree to do what they can to promote the ob jets of this society first by informing their neigh orrf of the put pose of the society and soliciting them to become members of the same second and especially in j the care aleanlluess and improve ment of their own grounds walks and alleys adjacent I ARTICLE IVOFFICERS The officers of the society shall be a President VicePresident Secretary and Treasurer who shall perform the duties common to theso officers in other organiza tions These officers shall form an executive hoard rARTIOLE VMEETINGS Section 1 The society shall hold meetings in October January April and July fARTICLE VI Section This may amended at any regular meeting a twothirds vote of the mem Ibers present such amendment hav l been presented meeting in writing at a PROMINENT KENTUCKY rtGIRLSwJr Members of the Clay Clement Co at Capital Theatre Mond Jan 25 1dayFrankfort theatregoers will have the pleasure of witnessing the eminent young American actor Clay Clement in his own unique idillic oomedy success The New Domin ion at the Capital Theatre next f Monday evening January 25 Three beautiful and attractive Kentucky girls are members of the all star company supporting Mr Clem ent this season namely Mrs Clay Clement who is a member of a prominent Harrodsburg family and is a very clever actress Miss Sarah Cameron a delightfully charming Louisville girl and the eautiful and talented young Paris J Jd girl Miss Margaret Ingells who has made such a success during the short period of two years that she has been before the footlights She wilj be pleasantly remembered- by members of the present General Assembly and others as the pretty and competent Enrolling Clerk of stormyIwoman over elected to that office OA S TORIABears theTheSignature 111of lGrrlt Y M C MiT W Morrison will address the meeting for men at the Y M C A Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock To this meeting every man in Frankfort is cordially invited especially strangers in the city Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the ikta ARRESTED An unknown country man went into the grocery store of Mr Yearey in the Herndon block Second street and succeeded in getting a can of tomatoes into his pocket He then went into the grocery of Brewer Brothels two doors east scooped a cabbage Xext he went to the blacksmith shop of Mr Co zine stole an umbrella and lit out the pike The police followed and arrested him He refused to tell his name He was drunk when lodged in jail HO FOR THE MARDI GRAS New Orleans and Mobile February 1010 1901 Irhe Frankfort Cincinnati By In connection with the Queen Crescent Route will sell reduced tickets to New Orleans and Mobile on account of the Mardi Gras at one first class limited fare for the round trip plus 25 cents Date of Sale February 9 to 15 inclusive Final Limit February 20 Ex tension privilege will be granted upon the usual deposit on tickets td S E HUTTON G P A LETTER LIST The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending January 23 1901 Allen ERIUV Adams Bowman Broach Dr Elizabeth Bowers Claude Behler M in tie Duncan Bottle Ellis DL T Graham W N Graynon John Henry W A Harrod Mrs Henry Hawkins Mrs W E Jones E Lee Lyons Mrs Will Long Mrs Sam Martin Mrs E McDonald James B Martin Mrs E Polsgrove Mrs Lorena 1i tole Tom Ross Mrs Kate Failman S P Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E 11 DRAKE P M Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat WANTED FAITHFUL PER SON 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 ness successful and rushing Stand ard House 330 Dearborn St Chicago 1010t if t I tri9 f ai BIRTHS MONTGOMERY this city on Tuesday morning to Mr James F Montgomery and wifea son TILLETTOn the West Side on Friday night to Mr George Tillott and wifea son LEWISIn Harriman Tenn to Mr Win A Lewis and wife nee Elizabeth Crutcher a son William Abbott Jr- Grandpa is feeling pretty com fortable his own se- lfIfloijtJc1TtT STATE Are Foundations of Wealth But Industries Are the SINEWS OF FINANCIAL STRENGTH SecretAry Peyton N Clarke Gives nn Interesting Interview on the Benefit That Will Come From the Adoption of the Con stitutional Amendment lu November Himself always In the front rank when contests are waged for state development Mr Peyton N Clarke of Louisville was naturally turned to by the Constitutional Amendment Committee for Its Secretary He has un selfishly devoted much of his time to all propositions of this kind and is easily one of the best posted citizens of the State on the Constitutional Amendment The following review of the benefits to accrue was furnished by him for our readers You will understand of course that the proposed Amendment will not interfere in any manner with the present method of assessing real es tate and personal property for State and county purposes All towns and cities will continue as heretofore to pay taxes for State and county pur poses under the present law and the proposed Amendment if adopted will make it possible for any town or city in the State to secure an act of the Legislature providing that in raising revenues for strictly local purposes towns and cities of ai y class may sub stitute for the present ad valorem system such licenses franchises and excise laws in subjecting personal property to its fair share of the ex penses of such towns and cities as may take advantage of the Amend ment when adopted- It would seem to be a perfectly fair proposition to allow the towns and cities in the State to raise their revenue for strictly local purposes in any manner they see fit and no fair minded person could reasonably ob ject to allowing them this privilege but the main object and purpose of the Amendment is of far greater mo ment and interest to every citizen in the State whether he is a resident ot- a town or city or resides in the coun try districtsThe of a State are Its foundation of wealth but its indus tries are the sinews of its financial strength without Industries which afford markets in proximity to the products the producers are badly handicapped and If compelled to send their products to distant markets where there Is greater competition and Increased expenses as well as numerous losses It Is perfectly plain that the producer must suffer Now in order to secure more In dustries which means more employes and more mouths to feed we must en courage the establishment of new en terprises and at the same time by in creasing the capacity of those already established secure an ample home market for our home products Other States have seen the wisdom of this policy and Kentuckians should not be allowed to lag behind them Our geographical position and enorm ous undeveloped wealth should enable us to occupy a place in the front ranks of industrial development and the fu ture welfare and prosperity of the State can be settled in a great meas ure by the adoption of the Constitu tional amendment Manufacturers and other industries cannot be induced to locate in Kentucky while our taxes on such Industries are greater than in other States with which we have to compete Therefore in order to secure the benefits our position and advantages entitle us to we must be able to offer the same inducements as are of fered by our neighbors While the proposed Amendment will not change in any manner the present method of assessing real es tate for State and county taxes it must not be concluded Chat it will not greatly benefit the entire State FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf f J It Pleasant to take J IrSyrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorI Ithetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring 4 lfSickBloated Feeling etc h Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE UKEAMWORMSJfor 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies vm8SSOXiD OBS OXjXi IDXtTTGrGrXCESXS pared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B VEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway dsDeprssQd has frequent headaches a bad Eric of nervesJack otappetite Inability to sleep well n all ono maladyItsDont toll to set today at your drusslsls a bottlo of HERBINEand digcstivoorgans to ttclr tor 1101111 laver Kidneys feel a ncr wonnn after thug Uo Ert bottlo 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS tQr PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clnir Broadway t c4genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers of the UHf Leaving foot of Madison Street Dallyat 015 A after arrival of morning trains Returning arrive Week Days83o Sundaysooor Fare to Detroit unlimitedroandtrip 135 Excursions to Detroit and return Week Day i Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only f300 meals and berth extra Special harem to SoclttlfJ Close connections at Detroit with steamers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad A gent or write 0 f TrUgr OOLDENDJPJL men ef lYt1 60 YEARS rEXPERIENCE HDnlONS MIInvention Is tlonsstrlctlrconadentlal NOOOKonPatents encyforsecuringDatentsPatents JI rpectalnotfce without in the Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly largest cir culation of any sclenttno Journal Terms fa a year fourmonthaL Bold by all Co3818roadwar Flew lerkfJBranch Office F BU Washington D ir c git BETWEEN Will RAillXs Louisville 4AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST tUNION STATION LOUISVILLE r DEARBORN PTAT1ON CHICAGO jr WIDiningPdlace Drawing Room Sleeper iIj4Cor4thuudMnrketSts r G plii MARRIED PERKINS TRUMAN In th is city on Thursday Mr Ernest Per kins und Miss Irene Truman both from Shelby oounty wore married by Rev Tlios N Arnold- COLZERHAWK1NS At the County Clerks oflloe nn Saturday Air lames C Color of Louisville and Miss Estell Luvollo Hawkins of Anderson county were married by Roy L D Stuokor ROGERSIn Now York City on Sunday Mr Loraine Rotors onto brother of the late Mr R Rogers J of this city aged 71 years During the lifetime of his brother TNIr Rogers visited him several times in this city The news of his death came in a dispatch to Mr rhoB P Rogers on Monday morn ing Ho was a fine old gentleman manly and true and made many friends during his visits to this city SPECKMAN LEWIS At the j Episcopal Rectory on Monday Mr C W Speckman of Cincinnati Ohio and Miss Laura Lewis of Louisville were married by Rev A B Chinn Rector of Ascension Church Mr Speckman is a well known young business man His bride is the daughter of Col John C Lewis the big Louisville dry goods mer chant RODMAN TERRY Announce onent is made of the approaching marriage of Assistant Surgeon Lieut Samuel Sayre Rodman son of the late Dr W B Rodman of this city and Miss Edith Terry daughter of Mr J Moss Terry of LouisvilleDr is a fine young man and is assigned to the U S S Alert San Diego Cal His bride tobe is one of Louisvilles fairest and finest daughters very original hand independent in character We desire to tender our congratu lations WILLIAMSBULL the home of the brides parents on Washington street on Thursday evening Mr Wm Price Williams of Irvine and Miss Cordelia Jackson Bull youngest child of Mr Sam C Bull Sr and wife were married by Rev J McClusky Blaynoy D D Mr Williams is a prosperous young banker His bride is one of fFrankforts most accomplished and The young couple left on the 740 O O for a trip east tHarty congratulations are ex I tendedIHEAVY LOSS IThe fire which destroyed tho old stable on Wednesday night also destroyed the East Tennessee Telephone Cos cables running down Catfish Alley thus throwing Some 25U phones or all of the South phones out of business IFrankfort H Sullivan at once put 1 on the proper repairs 0EXPOS R TO WET Dampness and cold invariably results in a sudden chill which if not attended to immediately will cause a cold By mixing a toa spoonful of Perry Davis Painkiller f in half a glass of warm water or milk the whole system will be heated and the of cold r avoided Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25o and THAT NEW COUNTY The State Senate on Wednesday passed the bill to create the new county of Beokham by a vote 21 to j 8 It is composed of parts of the i counties of Carter Elliott and Lewis and the county seat is to be located at Olive Hill in time present county of Carter O ae T O HIaBma thoThe Doug Signature Aof The Silver Slipper John C Fishers stupendous musical pro duction which is booked for an en gagement at the Capital Theatre in the near future is by the authors of Florodora and comes hero with the endorsement of a six mouths run at the roadway Theatre New York During the engagement at Capital Theatre the complete production will be soon all of the magnificent scenery and elaborate costumes and a company r numbering 100 including such well known favorites as Tlmos r Keogh i 1 d Gertrude Millington Fred Run nells Harry B Buroher Virginia Palmer Leo Mordant and Lora TJiebI xlThemet hero on Wednesday last and heard the various claimants for the amount duo for the conviction of Henry F Youtsey The c01l1mi sion rejected all the claims The fight will now be taken to tho courts The nicest and pleasantest mod icine havo used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Molard F Craig Middlecrrovo N Y They work like a charm and do or have any unploas ant effect For sale by all druggists HOOK FORD DEAD Mr Theodore H Ford a printer well known in this city where he spent his youth and young man hood learning the printing busi ness in the old Commonwealth office afterwards employed at the Yeoman office died in Memphis Tenn about three weeks ago For the list fifteen or twenty years he has made his home iii Cincinnati working most of the time on the Daily Enquirer He was about fiftytwo years of age and unmarried SIMPLE COLDS prolongedbeginningBallards cold and removes the cause of colds 25c 60o and 100 bottle at Paul B Weiticels REFUSED TO INDICT Tho grand jury on Wednesday refused to indict Mr Irwin Crum baugh for the killing of Mr Dudley Williamson which unfortunate event occurred in a saloon on Broadway street some two months ago Crumbaugh was discharged LECTURE Mr Edward Howard Griggs will give a course of lectures on the subject of Dante at the Episcopal Chapel every other Thursday even ing at 8 oclock the following dates 1 The Medieval World and The Life of Dante Jan 21st 2 The Problem of DanteFeb 4th 3 Tho Inferno Feb 8th 4 The Paradise March 8d 5 The Beatific VisionMarch 17th The required amount having been secured by subscription to bring Mr Griggs to Frankfort the price of the single tickets on sale at M Guy Barretts newstand have been changed to 60 cents The Kings Daughters will receive all over and above necessary expenses td Qi IE OE I SKIN I91 rIIeverybodys friend M ReaIE JgR rou h and irritat 00I Is far superior to vaseline iIE glycerine or oold cream is moro easily applied and wloaves the hands free from 7 W 1 Idaintilyso far that the cost is not M worth considering I I Price 15 Cents s w GAYLE CO W 314 Main Street = J W GAYLE ICor Ann and Broadway Ie H iIIi I IriN l VJ FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can dilate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec lUrtf COUNTY CLERK Wo nrn authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate for rooloction as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary r2te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE us n candi date for jailor of Franklin county subject to thn action of the Demo cratic party at the primary Iflto SAVANTS TO GATHER International Congress a Fea ture at 1904 Worlds Fair WILL ASSEMBLE IN SEPTEMBER Men of Science From All Parts of the World Wilt Convene In St Louis and In One Neek Will Deliver 800 Addresses A series of international congresses will be held Sept 1925 1904 at the Worlds fair The sum of 200000 is appropriated to cover the expenses of the international congresses Such scholars as accept invitations to par ticipate in the congress and do a specified piece of work in accordance with the plan adopted will receive an honorarium for papers and traveling expenses The authorities of the uni versal exposition have from the first recognized tho desirability of provid ing for a congress which should ox ceed In its scope anything heretofore attempted Such a series of con gresses is particularly appropriate for the St Louis exposition where for the first time the educational Influences of an exposition are made the dominant factor and the classification and in stallation of exhibits made contribu tory to that principle The administrative work was organ ized in November 1902 by the appointment of Howard J Rogers as Director of Congresses and the elec tion of the following administrative boardNicholas Murray Butler Ph D LL D President Columbia university New York chairman William R Harper D D LL D President University of Chicago- R H Jesse Ph D LL D Presl dent University State of Missouri Henry S Pritchett Ph D LL D President Massachusetts Institute Technology Herbert BostonIof Congress Washington D CIFrederick J V Skiff Director Field Columbian Museum Chicago Frederick W Holls D C Lt New York member Hague tribunal Dr Simon Newcomb of Washington D C will be the presiding rffflcer of the International Congress of Arts ART PALACE and Sciences and for vice presidents will have the assistance of Professor Hugo Munsterberg of Harvard univer city and Professor Albion W Small of the University of Chicago The Congress of Arts and Sciences will have one definite task to dem onstrate the unity of knowledge and thus bring harmony and interrelation into the scattered scientific work of our day Leading scholars from the whole world are to deliver lectures The widest group will be the Sci ence of Knowledge divided Into theoretical sciences and practical sci ences The theoretical sciences are divided according to purposes and phenomena Into four main divisions Normative sciences absolute pur poses historical sciences individual purposes physlcCv sciences abso lute phenomena mental sciences mental phenomena The practical sciences are divided Into three main divisions Utilitarian sciences regulative sciences cultural seven main divisions are then subdivided into the following general topics- Normative Sciences Philosophy SciencesPolitics Law Economics Language and Literature Education Art Religion Physical Sciences Physics and Chemistry Astronomy Geology Biol ogy Anthropology Mental SciencesPsychology Socl ology 1 J t tfr WILLIAM YEOMAN A W McKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co i The undersigned who have heretofore done business under the name of the Seller Carriage Company will conduct a carriage manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite tho Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with time late Hoary Heimiller established this business in 18H anti he assures his patrons that the work lie will hereafter do will bo on the same high piano with the work he and those with whom ho been heretofore associated have heretofore done Wo will keep on hand at all times a full supply of the best class of vehicles and now have on hand some of our own make We are pro to build now vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of repairing with time best median ics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of them since the business was establishedand we can cheerfully guar antee the work they d- oYEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 192m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 FINE FARM FOR SALEI The fine farm of about 510 acres of land situated onfthe Frankfort nnd Georgetown Turnpike in Franklin county Ky near Woodlake and about nine miles from Frankfort owned by the heirs of Mrs A M Wood deceased is for sale On this farm there is a modern brick dwellinghouse of twelve rooms two large barns stables and all necessary outbuildings and ten ant house This farm is well watered and in a high state cultivation Anyone desiring to purchase can obtain any information as to the farm and the terms of sale by addressing the undersigned at Woodlake Ky WOOD BROS Jany 2lm SHINGLES a i Cedar 375 per m Poplar 325 per m Cypress 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per mtCypress No2 200 per m A T- HAMMONDCOS i WILKINSON ST m LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUNDf No 2 NollNoDaily Daily Stations Dally No Ex Ex Sun Mis Ex Sund Dally A M IALeave II 1rAr 225 0 Lexington 0 1010 605 810 20 Winchester 5O ate 918 Clay City aw 406 93 Stanton u31 a30 485 9M Natural Bridge 6i aOl 449 1008I Torrent 826 51 Beattyvillo Junction i2IJ 615 1100I IJnckson 194 236 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAYsNo No 22 No saIDaily Dilly Stations IINo Daily Mis Ex Ex Sund Ex Sund Mli A MrLye P M P M Ar P M Ar 4 LvelIo 980 900 1120 0 93 O K Junction 88 1126 159 Wilhurst 41i 1152 843I 152 Hampton 1158 128 Leo City 510 1222 10I 12 Holechawa 518 12287fJQI 105 Cannel City 545 1246 Non iland will innko close connection at 0t K Junction with Nos 3 tad for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway- M L CONLEY Superintendent J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A 0 j fr li ftt lf 1lnii NL fir fi j HARVIELASD o boys were very glad to see n luoncco season for they have been few and flU apart but they have ot in their work well and the tobacco buyers havo begun to peep aboutThere was quite a largo crowd out Sunder lilt at Ploasnnt Rtduo1 Church to hoar our iinwlypleoto deputy circuit clock deliver his lint Bormon since going into ollice Wo think he was at his best and did his work well Messrs S E Wiley and E T Thurman have linen dealing largely in real estate of late That is right boys Dent the heaviest where the land is best Mr Koinpor and wife of Grntr nre spending a few lays with their daughter Mrs Dr Minish- Mr B P Marshall and wife spent a fow days with friends near t Bridgeport the first of tho week r Mr Elbert Smith and wife have returned from Muncie Tnd where they have boon visiting relatives Mr C G Marshall of Honeysuckle made a business trip to Stanford the first of the week Mr Bruce Black spent tho day with Mr W H Lewis Sunday last Mr Jiminio Harrod called on his best girl Sunday Inst Some of our girls took advantage of leap year and called on some of their best boys Sunday last Mrs Woodford Hughes has re turned to Jackson Ill after spend ing several months with friends fandrelatives at this place Mrs J K Lewis hRS returned homo after spending several days with her sister Mrs John Quire rwEVERYBOIYS FRIEND tf JUDGE FOR YOURSELF f fWhich is Better Try an Experi jt mont or Profit by a Frankfurt r Citizens Experience j Something now is an experiment Must be proved to be as repre sentedThe lf statement of a manufacturer is not convincing proof of merit- P But the endorsement of friends Is- Now suppose you had a had back A Lame Weak or Aching one itIcures Endorsed by strangers from far away places t Its different when the endorse ment comes from home Easy to prove local testimony proofthatKidney Pills Bead this case Mrs Elizabeth Johnston wife of W M Johnson market man residing at 84 Blanton St says i greatlybenefittedKidney Pills Some time ago he had a had spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he wns hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for ho complained nehrhe stooped or lifted s anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying at night as it disturbed his rest One evening sew Doans Kidney Pills adver tised in our papers and a box was procured at J W Gayles drugstore He began taking them at my request and to my glad sur prise as well as his own he no InItho kidney secretions had been cor rected and ho felt as well as he ever didFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for tho United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other- STAMPING r GROUND Ii Mr J Will Culvert is in a very precarious condition Three opera uponhimSince the stripping season has set in after the recent rains tobacco buyers are hustling around Jr1 lf bunker has bought several crops as follows Robert nuke 10 000 pounds at 71E cents Hugh Co horn 15000 pounds at 81 cents Mr Robinson 8000 pounds at 7 cents These crops wore all raised on the lands of Mr J W Jam oson reportsfromOur whole community9wus sad dened by the of Rev T Warn Beagle which occurred on Tuesday morning January 12 after my last letter had been written Ho was a grand good soldier of tho Cros genial and wholesouled tho friend of everyone He was hurled in tho Lexington Cemetery on ThursdayUNO NIGHT WAS HER TERROR nightlonggate dt Alexandria Ind and could hnldl get any sleep T had- eonSUm1tioit so bad that if I walked a block would cough frightfully and spit blood but when nil other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery wholly cured me and T gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to euro Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50 and 100 Trial bottles free at all drug stores hisThe musical of The Silver Slipper are said to be II Four and Twenty Little Men nndITho Girl You Love sung by Gertrude Millington Id Bo Satisfied With Life a semitopical song sung IbyThos T Keogh Tossio and Two Eyesof Blue sung by Hor ace Wright Come Little Girl Sex totte a reminder of Tell Mo Pretty Maiden Class by Vir ginia Palmer and last but not least the famous Champagne Dance also a duet between Hor ace Wright and Gertrude Milling tonII You and Me Old mother Nature has never been Improved upon sometimes she needs a little assistane over thoughButassist her the nearer we keep to her own methods and processes the hotter Sometimes the digestvo organs need help we have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in tho stomach hence the host help to digestion is pepsin The pleasant est and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as PeptonizedPortFrankfort Ky in that form The port is itself a valuable tonic Small size 50 cents large size 100 OA STORXABun theTheSignature 1fZcf AN IMPORTANT TRADE MARK DECISION The Circuit Court of the United States in the City of Boston handed down October 20 1903 n decree restraining Messrs Thayer d Co Cambridge Mass from using the word Painkiller upon a compound made by themselves and granting a perpetual injunction against their using this name which hyPerrto designate his medicine and is now the property of his successors The Davis d Lawrence Co New YorkThe effect of this and other decisions make it quite clear that no one but the owners of the Trade- Mark has the right to use the name Painkiller upon their compounds and it is a well known legal fact that dealers in as well as manufac turers of an imitation are liable in damages and we understand the owners will protect their rights against all corners 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 Vstpoclcetisache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from consti strengthenthe OA S t C Z LA Bears thoiIIeSignature lfof dU BEER GARDEN Familiarity broods contempt whore neither side has anything to bo proud of ISomofolls will claim that life isnt worth living and still be almighty regular at their meals A young lady was told by a friend that ono cant live on love but sho said 61sho thought it would bo considerably lonesome living without- It A young man of this community said he It had a high old tine las- tSaturdayho probably refers to tho price A man with an aim in life must be sure not to snake a mark of himself This is leap year If you dont give yourself away you arc not apt to be sold- Wherein are a policeman and a rainbow alike Both are tokens of pence and usually appear after a stormMr and Mrs Charley McQueen visited Mr Henry Smith and fam ily last Sunday Mr Legal and family worn time guests of Mr and Mrs Linden Lewis Sunday last Mr It M Harrod and wife visited relatives in this neighborhood last Sunday Miss Annie Smith visited rela tives at SaiFell Sunday last Mr Willie McDOnald and wife wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Harry McDonald last Saturday and Sunday ThurslayforLittle Theresa J1 B Tindall is quite ill with a severe cold There will be regular services at SundayinWo them time correspondent who signs II Scribe for his good advice concerning tho little fellows knife which he should have gotten But ohangIIngEdon unless he has reference to the evil that originates from II Beer Garden And thinks that to change it to the Garden of Eden would make it better But if I have been tutored right the first and time greatest transgression on earth was committed in the Garden of Eden A great many schemes when un folded are not found square The party that lets the cat out of the hag generally gets the sack The man that pulls wires is dead sure of one thinga shook is com ingWill any of tho correspondents of this paper please tell me how long a goose can stand on one foot- DONOVAN CROUP The peculiar cough which indicates croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should he lost in the treat ment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more uni versal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste val uable time 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 Not since the days of the first American tour of the celebrated English Gaiety Company whose marvelous quartette of lancers in long skirts was time sensation of America has anything so com pletely dwarfed it as tho now fa mous Champagne Dance introduced in the second act of The Silver Slipper which in point of novelty music business and costuming is probably the most fetching dance ever given on tho musical stage CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of C jfdSfc I OLD TAYLORI t I THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKYrri WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR do SONS FrankfortKentucky toprlilorsL j i L WINTERS COMING CARRYIGRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS MATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE J PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING 1 PRANK G STAGG 10 Ann Street Frankfor Ky H Strongest in the World is THE EV uiLIFE 1 IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not bra day but for all time SURPLUS 75752097time largest total ofany Life Co on Earth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1902 4477 I924 more than was paid by any other Co More than a 1 million a month wns paid last year in death claims=more than a million a month in living benefits Why allow 1your 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 KYfu IF New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH HE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho new trains will leave St Louis 000 m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- CrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGE T 0 W N CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A A T IJA N T A- 1HRMINGIIAM SHREVEPORTNEV AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky i r ii SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1 St LouisLouisville Lines TIME TABLE I Corrected to June 251901 Louisville Division Nol No5 No am pm pm Lv Louisville TV 400 700 Ar Shelbyville 910 628 861 985ILexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No6- Bm pm am Lv Burln 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 790- Versailles 625 512 755 Lawreneoburg648 540 820 Shelbyville 720 62rt 010 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Nos 5 and Through Observation chair cur between Louisville Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for tho South and arriving 750 from the South through viKnoxvilloTrain leaving Louisville 780 pm and arriving Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louie St Louis Division No4 io 2 mArPrinceton I00pm 145 amSt Louis 088 pm 782 a m No No1 IV8tJOUIR180sa1I111000P rot m m m No No Lv Louisville 7 p m 850 a m- Ar Huntingburg 18ro p m 1145 amEvansville pm 180 p JDINo No Lv Evansville 780 am JAr Huntincburg 008 m 1115 p nt Ar Louisville 1150 am P m Train Nos Sand run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 0 and run solid between Louisojville and Evansville carrying Clmir Curs Trains Nos and carry Through first 1110Jcarry Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Cars buffet service i For tickets and further information apply 1Hibi SALE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double house and stable lot 1Avenuebe sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf f l t1