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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 1 r TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTjt t hlJI GEO t LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adnno8fi YOL XXYII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY tFN 3019014 NQ 2J OfferedI 1 I CLOTHING We closed out the entire fancy suit stock an eastern clothing manufacturer at a price that enables us to put the suits in this sale at an average of almost HALF PRICE To these we have added all the fancy winter weight suits remaining on our tables and have dividedall into three lots as follows 1000For this price you may have ab choice of any mans or young mans Fancy Winter Weight Suit in our store that sold at from 15 to 22 About 150 suits in this lot every one new There are Fancy Cheviots Scotches and Worsteds in the lot most of the coats are handmade all have un breakable fronts d 50In this lot are about 125 Suits PO all the Fancy Suits in our store that sold at 10 12 13 and a great many that sold at 15 All sizes from 34 to 42 Jrchestr 00For this price choice now of any or young mans Fancy Win ter Weight Suit that sold at 750 to 8 l Mens and Young Mens Overcoats All the Overcoats left in our stock amounting Ii to some 200 in all go in this sale at a large dis count This means I 2500 Overcoats for 1750 2P00 Overcoats for 1400t 1500 Overcoats for 1000 1200 Overcoats for 850 HALF PRICE We have just 8 young mens Spring Weight Overcoats sizes 33 and 34 which are shop worn They sold at from 10 to 15 You may buy pricelMENS PANTSt Pants in this sale at these prices 500 and 600 Pants for 4 00 300 and 3 50 Pants for 2 50 r 200 and 250 Pants for 175 And a lot of Pants that sold at from 2 to 3 odds and ends for 150 WHAT THE BROWNLOW BILL WILL DO FOR THE FARMER There is a hill introduced in Con gress by the Hon Walter P Brown low of Tennessee and the Hon i J Jacob H Gallinger member of the Senato from New Hampshire appropriating 24000000 on the part of the National Government as Na I tional aid in building wagon roads This money is to be apportioned among the States according to their population except that no State shall receive less than 250000 Each State receiving National aid from the must add a like amount to the sum received This will therefore cause the spending of 48000000 for roads and will build from 6000 to 7000 miles of splendid road and will place in each State from 100 to 500 miles of fine hard road which will not be affected by frost or spring and on which the farmer can the year round It will be a advantage to those living near it but it will bea far greater advantage to the whole country be cause it will be a wonderful object lesson and will prove to every one that a good hard road which can bo used the year round no matter r what the rains are is a good and desirable thing it will make every one who sees this road and who uses it want more roads just like it and it will cause more roads just e it to bo built bile under the Brownlow Bill building of 0000 to 7000 miles w Our Semiannual Clearance Sale commencing today is the most remarkable we have ever announced both as to lowness of prices and variety and quality of goods offered In a great many instances the prices are low as to be startling Every article offered is of stand ard McCLURE quality Boys and Childrens Clothing Twentyfive per cent discount on any boys or juvenile Suit or Overcoat in the store A great many beautiful novelties for the children are yet in our stock At these prices they should interest every mother in the city MENS FINE SHOES We have had an immense stock ofmens Fine Shoes this winter and consequently now have on hand a great many lots with from three to six pairs in a lot These go into this sale at the following prices CtO 49For this price you have choice of 100 pairs of Shoes that we includingBoydenDull Calf Ideal Kid Enamel and Corona Colt Leathers lace and blucher styles drill or leather lined 199 In this lot are about 150 pairs of Shoes in Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Cot Leathers all with welt soles worth regularly 2 50 and 3 Choice now for 199 BOYS SHOES 1 19Fifty pair of boys Shoes made of Satin Calf with good soles which we retail for 150 are marked to 119 There are reductions on many other articles not here mentioned This sale is absolutely FOR CASH No goods will be charged or sent on approval Altera tions in suits must be paid for KY 9 of splendid road is a great thing yet it seems to many that the great est advantage of this bill is the wonderful object lesson which 100 to 500 miles of fine road will pro duce built in every of tho Union WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR With the deep hoarse bark grimly called a graveyard coiigli ItIB the cry of the torturedlungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung Balsam a remedy for pulmonary trouble so highly esteemed that it is recom mended even in the earlier stages of In the later stages unavailing Nobody can afford to neglect a cold IMr O C Kenney has exchanged his handsome residence property on Todd street and his farm just beyond tho Forks of Elkhorn known as the Hillery Bedford place with Mr Jno C Noel ro ceiving in exchange tho farm of Mr Noel known as the McDowell place at Woodlake Mr Noel gets very desirable city property and Mr Konney gets one of the best farms in this county WORKING NIGHT AND DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength JirttlessnosB into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre won derful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by all drug gists t Ib IiiJr l p NEW STANDARD FOR WORLDS FAIR Tho 1004 Universal Exposition is Now Practically Finished No Doubt About Its Opening on April 80 in a Com plete Condition St Louis Jan 27 1904 All things appear to work to the end of making the 1U04 Universal Exposition stand in a class by itself In magnitude and there has never been anything like it No enterprise of the kind was ever endowed with so great a working capital The worlds storehouses never before contained such treasures to draw from The Columbian Exposition at Chicago ten ago until the present enterprise was launched and its magnitude was apparent was supposed to have fixed a stand ard for all time to come That theory has been thoroughly ex ploded by the marvelous accom plishments of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The Worlds Fair at St Louis covers 1210 acres of ground All of Chicagos exposi tion was contained in 633 acres Not in mere size does that present enterprise surpass all others The great exhibit palaces dllfer from any constructed for former They are all revelations in the architects art Tho big roc tangular buildings of the past havo been superseded by a group of von derfully beautiful and symmetrical structures assembled in the form Wi Jt1 JJ WOMENS SHOES R2 24 For this price we are cleaning up ShoesQueen andlightare sure to find your size in some of the different styles all new this season I At this price about 100 pairs of linesPatentand light soles 124A lot of our regular 150 Shoes soles at this price MANHATTAN SHIRTS for115allor negligees in the saleTIES 35C Choice of any 50c or 75c Tie in the store except blacks and whites for 35c HATS Chi Kf About 100 Soft Hats small shapes vpx but all sizes worth from 2 to 4 the latter Stetson make are marked to 150 DERBIES 200 Any 2 3 Stiff Hat in the store for SHIRTS 4OC A lot of Shirts worth from 50c to 1 each soft and stiff bosoms are now 40c About all sizes except 1- 5UNDERWEAR 75eA lot of broken sizes in Shirts and worth from 1 to 2a gar ment are 75c a garment now FAN sox 35c Jipm212214 St Clair R EL McCLURE SON FRANKFORT Government Irains when State consumption EXCHANGESOFPROPERT scope years expositions of a ladys open fan Collectively they are many times larger than archftecIsurpass anything the world has ever seen The architects departed from beaten paths anti sought and hapIpies of the architecture of other days When the plans and dimensions of the buildings were first made public the people were amazed at the daring of the exposition man agement Even were such mam moth buildings erected where would the exhibits necessary to fill them come from Now that the buildings are all finished and the work of installing the exhibits is under way the question is answered Even were the buildings three times as large they could not contain all that has been offered Inner courts have boeu roofed over and where exhibitors have asked for thousands of feet of space they have had to content themselves with hundreds of feet Such being the case the exhibitors and the exposition management have been enabled to exercise a discrimination that could not have been possible ten years ago Ofllcial figures show that in tho decade fol lowing the Columbian Exposition the value of tho manufactured products has increased 50 per cent Thus the worlds storehouses eon tain treasures that wore never be fore accessible In the close dis Arim nation that hUH been observed rrj IhaeLife and demonstration have been the keynote in the exhibits division 1 and wherever practicable processes finIishedand has been created at a cost of f in1itselfnever put forth such great exertioll6tto make interesting exhibits The keen rivalry that has been mani fested between the most powerful nations is reflected in the exhibits from tho newer and smaller coun tries China is making such prep arations as it was never deemed 1wouldbefore the opening no doubt existst IcvenIdgroundsmay see it perfect even though all timeflueso mild all fall and thus far in the Jwinter that but few days have ihwasJ iit PERSONAL Mr J A Sullivan of Richmond was hero this week Miss Emma Pnyne returned from Lexington on Saturday Hon Chas H Stoll of Lexing ton was here this week Judge Chas S Gruhhs of Louis x illshere Tnes- dtmyd4Mr E A Gullion of Now Castle was in the eUy Tuesday Mrs Sum Shackleford is vis iting friends in Louisville Judge Jno M Lassing of Boone county was here this week i Miss Annie St Clair of Coving ton is visiting friends here Miss Nora Miller of this ollieu wont to Louisville Thursday Miss Sarah Tow no of Henderson visited relatives hero this week Mr Jos W Hedden of Mt Ster 2ling was in the city Wednesday Dr F J Bosworth of Lexing ton was a visitor hero this week ExLieut Gov John Marshall of Louisville was here this week t C P Chenault made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati this week fI Mr A M Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city last week Mr Clarence Gayle made a busi anesstrip to Cincinnati this week Capt Desha Breckinridgo of Lexington was in the city Tues day Col E H Taylor Jr male a business trip to Chicago Ill this- ty week Hon L H Carter and wife of Lawrenceburg were here this weekMr Jno Macklin Stevenson of Winchester was a visitor here on Friday Rev M B Adam and Mrs Martha Adams went to Louisville Saturday Mr C Gran Graham of Coving ton spout Sunday with his wife in f this city rlitsLaura French visited Mrs Jackson in Cincinnati this week Miss Lucy McJilton of Deoatur Ala is visiting Mrs A Umethun Campbell street Mr R L Thomason and Mr D H Duvall of Switzer were in the oity on Tuesday y Mr M F Martin and wife nee Nell visited her mother Mrs Elf Nell this week Judge J H Hazelrigg made a business trip to his old home in Mt Sterling this week Miss Jennie Stodghill of Madis onville is the guest of Miss Narr Nunn Third street f Miss Margaret Thompson who returned to Jetts from this city on i Thursday is very ill r Mrs S G Payne who has been in Lexington at the Infirmary re turned home Saturday Hon Warner U Grider exRep resentative from Bowling Green iwaM in the city this week Miss Annabel Orittenden attended the funeral of Bishop Dudley in Louisville on Wednesday Mis Edith Heler of Nashville Tenn is the guest of Mrs Sallie R Thomas St Clair street Miss Marie Wilkins and Master Wm Cromwell Jr are visiting relatives in Memphis Tenn Mr Glenn Arnold of St Louis Mo visited his parents Rev N Arnold and wife this week 1I Col Tas Andrew Scott left day for Jackson Breathitt t attend to some legal business Mr Luke Kavanaugh of Polri grove visited his cousin Mr Frank H Kavanaugh this week Mrs H B Tunes Sr left yesterday morning for Logansport Ind to son Mr Jas W Innes Miss Cordelia Gaines of Crescent Hill was the guest of Miss Pattie Williams Steele street this week Messrs W W and Alvin D Jett of Louisville spent Sunday here with their mother Mrs Virginia Jett Miss Virginia Hart and Miss An na Gossett of Cynthiana are guests of Dr and Mrs Sam South South SideMr Alex W Maoklin of the Forks of Elkhorn bas gone to spring Petersburg Fla to remain StI Mr John M Rodman of M Penn visited his parents Mr Jos L Rodman and wife Shelby street this week Mrs H H Sneed of George town was the guest of her daugh fi ter Mrs IJB Weisen burgh Jr this week Mr James Thompson of Lexington was the guest of his uncle Wallace Holmes streetj Mr A A this week j Miss Florence Witherspoon of Lawrencoburg was the guest of Mrs W S Farmer Second street this week Mrs Jas W moos and little daughter of Logansport Ind tFwho have been guests of Mrs r t JI iI 34 1 Y n yesterdayMr G Herbert Boone who was called to Birmingham Ala by the death of his mother returned Saturday night Mr Russell S Pnnn who is at spentSundnPenn and wife Col Snm J Roberts of the Lex ington Leader and Collector of In ternal Revenue for this Pistiict was hero Tuesday Mrs Aubrey Fishback of Louisville is tho gueht of her sister Mrs H H Roberts ton way street this week Mr John L Grayot and wife of Smithland who have boon guests of his brother Mr W F Grayot on Shelby street left for homo on Wednesday Mr Ralph Jones wife and laugh ter of St Louis Mo who have been visiting his parents Mr M A Tones and wife returned home on Sundayapt Tremero left Thursday for Rockford to plnoeHoRoundabout HURRY JOIN THE REDS THANKS We have been placed under obli gations to Chairman C C Mc Chord Chairman of the State Rail road Commission for a copy of the railroad map of Kentucky as com piled for the use of that Commission Mr McChord will please ac cept our thanks for his courtesy NO PITY SHOWN For years fate was after me continuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Buoklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only Hoc at all drug stores BADLY HURT We regret to learn that Dr U V Williams was so unfortunate as to fall into an excavation in Shelby ville on Thursday and to sustain several severe bruises We are happy to know that though it was feared at first he had sustained a fracture of a leg it was found that this good man was saved that trouble IF UNWELL Try 50c bottle of Herbine notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite Energy Strength and vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits freedom from In digestion and Debility Isaac Story Ava Mo writes Sept 10 1900 I was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J W Mory prescribed Herhine it cured me in two weeks I can not recommend it too highly it will do all you claim for it Sold by Paul B Weitzel A FRIEND FOR FIFTY YEARS Major Curtis F Burnam the ven erable Senator from Madison began working find voting for the passage of a capital appropriation hill when he was first u member of the Legislature in 1857 has voted for an appropriation in every Legislature ho has been a member of since then and they were quite a number All honor to this veteran Statesman + Ie Silver Plate that Wears n Your Sooons per1fectionla brilliancy of finish if they are selected from terns stamped 1847 f ogersaros Remember 847 take no sub Rogersbutmerit and value identified with the original and genuine slide oily Inttrntllcnil film Sucttiior Co Sold by leading everywhue FOR SALE BY IrisBe SELBERT Leading JewelerI k Jl SUDDEN DEATH Ou Wednesday afternoon Mr John Bradley foreman of the Ken tucky River Mills North Wilkinson street died very suddenly of heart failure superinduced by an attack of la grippe from which he had suffered for several weeks That morning Mr Bradley stated that he felt so much better that he thought he would be out in a day or so But suddenly the weakened heart refused to discharge its func tions and gentle and genial John Bradley passed away He was a valuable citizenquiet industrious and upright He dis charged the duties of his life care fully and with rare fidelity For some 20 odd years he had filled the responsible position of foreman at the big Kentucky River Twine Mills Mr Bradley was a Knight Tem plar an Odd Fellow and an Elk and in each order discharged his full duty The funeral services were con ducted by Frankfort Commandery No 4 IC T from the residence on yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock and the remains were followed to the grave by his brethren of the abovenamed orders MORPHINE A Wonderful Discovery That Cures 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 many able physicians are a victim to this terrible disease It is no ordinary disease and 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 any case of drug addiction known It matters not how or when you got the habit or how muoh 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 spondence from all especially physicians solicited Address Manhattan Therapeutic Associa tion Dept B 1185 Broadway New York City WRIST BADLY CUT Mr H Davis Harrod Jr a young mau employed by the Frank fort Shoe Co attempted to pick up a shoe pattern atthe factory in the pen did not notice how close the hand was to a sharp knifo being used by Mr Carl Dodson another employe and ho received a bad cut on his wrist severing a small art eryThe lad was bleeding pretty freely when Mr Gregory saw his condi tion and staunched the flow until Dr H L Tobin Prison Physician could reach him Two million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bitters cures At any drug store THE EARL OF PAWTUCKET Now that 1Iho Earl of Pawtuok et has been forced out of New York theatres Vary will be com pelted to find another successful ply This eccentric old woman huts boon one of tho characters of peddlesIlmatch innregardManagers look upon her as a sign of certain success for she never takes her stand in front of any theatre that is not doing a mendous business troI The second night of the Pawtucket Mary appeared III front of the theatre and she stayed with it to the end of its long run a fact alone winch is the most elo quent testimony of the business this play was doing up to the time it was compelled to leave New York IThe nicest mind pleasantest coed icine I have used for indigestion and constipation je Chamberlains TabletssaysMelardY They work like a charm and do or have any unpleas drugIstsTHEYLL STICK NOTWITHSTANDING We copy the following from our valued friend of the Georgetown TimesThere seems to be a growing sentiment among Kentucky Democrats in favor of eliminating office holders from State committees Its dollars to doughnuts that the boys who have the reins in their hands aint going to allow some body else o do the driving GOOD SALE OF TOBACCO Mr R H Bryant a hustling young farmer has just sold the to bacco which he raised on five acres of his farm lying on R F D No 4 for 580 an average of 9 cents round The tobacco was purchased by Messrs Pulliam Bryant of the West Side n Fine Yellow Bronze TurkeysI MRS MARY W Box 358 Versailles KyI Fine B Pt Rock Cockerels longer and Hawkins strains also one pair Embden Geese J W GARY Versailles Ky DrO B Demareel General Practice and Electrothe rapeutics including X Rays Ultra Violet Rays Galvanic and Faradic ElectricityOFFICE ANN STREET CAPITAL HOTEL BLDG HOURS 10 to 12 n ni pmlPHONES Ofllce New New 161 Old 820 14lin lreHolir r ames6o different gamesall new one in each package of Lion Coffee i at your Grocers W ifr lJP l HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO How about the West or Southwest IP TO THE WEST OR SOUTH WEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTEYou II get better service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY t POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND r THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST 6it Ihe only line thatjdoes ittt THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST II Get the Henderson Route habit ROUNDTRIP HOME S E E K ERS AND ONEWAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTHAsk us for rates and ask us first tt GEO L GARRETT Tray Passgr Agt L J IRWIN Genl Passgr Agt Louisville Ky WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF iftrheumatism killer Perry Davis Price 25o and 50- cFrankfort Ginoinnatl Bg y The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 4 f M DAILY KXCtifT A MIP M No54 SUNDAY No6 Not8 a NolLT DjjtAr 17m2 Summit Elkhorn 06 219 Bwitzer 8 68 2 2i Stamping Ground W 8 2 96 12I DuvaU 10 en2 7 Johnnon 0 85 2 Georgetown 1036 8 2 C S Depot j 6 26 x 25tt 806- y Newtown 964 607 Centerville 946 6CO 20187 Elizabeth 942 665- 8 Parla Junctn Art Purls r Lv 9 531643 t Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Al onnectH 5 fat Parts Union Depot with Kentucky finIJonneeteN f BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GKOROETOWN i HI IA IP1tt 2 00 IA Frankfort Ar 251700 8 Jf JAr Georgetown Arl 6 6 Lv 8 14 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT k CINCINNATI VIA PAins P M PM i t 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 80 Lv ParIs Ar 5 88 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 c KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTSIcop 6 MAIL Frankfort A11 25AI720P 47P 45A A uoorgetown L10 P-25P 8 A Paris L 9 80A 542P 11P 42A A Winchester L 09A 245 r 15P A MayaviUe L 6 45A VT lOOP ACynthiana L 20P 5tt A Richmond L 2WjF A Cincinnati L HOPPrtm F ATCOST H 1 H z = OUR FINE STOCK OF = = = Cloaks Skirts Dolls Christmas Boxes Toys AT BIG REDUCTIONf S D JOHNSON OO THOUSANDS SAVED BY IDR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyouresConsumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness CoughEvery b0o3ITrial 1ir p- rRELIGIOW ASCENSION E PIS CO PAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Bee tor Sunday Jan 81 1003 All services will be held in the chapel 11 a in Morning Prayer followed by sermon 780 Evening Prayer and Sermon Sundayschool at 980 a m Wednesday evening at 780 Eve ing Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lectu and study of Sundayschool less o in Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p me in the courthouse Sundayschool at 045 a m in the courthouse Homo Department and Bible HutJstrangers invited to join Prayermeeting on Thursday tlite Visitors are cordially invited tot attendIH Roy George Darsie the Pastor preach at a m and 780 p m Night subject John T Johnson the Great Evangelist Sundayschool at 980 a m in the ohapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at chapelLeader Topic The Allsufficiency of ti Bible As a Guid- ePrayermeeting Wednesday even in chapelTopic For H- Qwn The Junior Endeavor Soeio will meet in the ohapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to services and especially istrangers in the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe U Pastor will preach at 11 a m au 780 p in- Sundaysohool at 980 a m f Young Peoples Society at 680 rm Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Everybody invited to attend iYM C AA meeting for in will be conducted at the Y M C meetingfpr CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass at 10 a in Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClusky Bla y noy D D the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m inr ny evening at 780 p m The public is cordially invited Attend f METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Siindayschool at 9W a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed FORECAST FOR FEBRURAY The storm diagram shows that thd month begins on the central day of a regular storm period with th full moon in perigree on the first and a Mercury period ap IlastbRrcfIeert BSover y country marked depressions of the barometer will be moving east ward and wide areas of rain and snow and sleet will pans eastwardly across the country the 1st to the 4th Ordinarily a cold wave and blizzard would appear before the 4th but the Moon does not pass the celestial equator until the 4th hence the storms of this period propornMercury disturbance continues up pntinue in all probability into the re aotionary period central on the 6th 7th and 8th If heavy snow andI sleet storms do not appear during the first four days of the month almostoertainlYI1develop But the chances for marked winter storms on and near the first day of the month are many Upon the whole much threatening weather arebdeight to ten days of February or until the Mercury influence sub sides This will prove one of the most general and destructive sleet periods of the winter and at least prohIRbIf andIItho west and northshouldexercise prudent watchful ness for themselves and their lac stock at this time In the Hato of the case the Mercury groups the first two storm period- of the month into one prolonged spell of threatening weather and- o severe winter storms The third storm period is centralhon the 12th and reaches 10th to the Iflth Falling barometers and general storms of rain and 14thtyculminate about the time of new moon on the 16th brin southIward 8 vNbaromddiately after the new moon on th e 16th a sudden revulsion to storm thI18thtbaromIt to Our the 22dli Jnperiods will have good durIIings about the 15th of the month All through the last half of the month this growing Vernal equinoix will be felt prolonging the r storm periods causing sporadi- squalls of rain wind and snow tropIcal f the equator The last regular storm period for February is central on the 24th its disturbing influence reaching from the 22d to the 27th The first of this period will bring change t partto a easterly the barometer will fall ij the hygrometer will show increas ant humidity and more storms of rain turnpast eastwardly over the country from the 24th to 27th As the month goes out generally fair and colder weather will prevail In the western extremis reaction to warmer will have set in and the barometer will he falling preparatory for the reactionary storms due the first three days of March We take occasion to say again annuIs reason alone threatening weathe- re with spurts ot rain snow and t a liable to appear any day Ou crJtJosare tight in saying that we witIthey themselves claim that II it is storming somewhere every day this be so then there must oei be some cause or causes or111 rains and storms without cause this logical If there must be a cause for these things it must vary in its effects from time to time or the phenomena which we witness is out of harmony with their cause All know that there is not the setae amount and intensity of storm and precipitation somewhere every these henomena rise and tall to max ma and minima periodically The intelligent have already and decided the fact that our storm charts explain and provide for these penodsdisturbances that may occur some theIgeneral at other times The great equinoctial storms are not predict en to on a fixed or specific day periodsIrimt theI ous storms being probable at any HicksiCROUP The peculiar cough which indi oaths croup Is usually well known childrenetreatnpurpose no unisCough Remedy Do not waste vnl m blp time in experimenting with howighlygive as directed and all symptoms of croup will disappear For sale by all druggists giANNOUNCEMENT There will bo a meeting of the Frankfort High School Alumni at oclock Friday Feb 6th in the High School building Regular meetings will be held at the above place first Friday of strait month 8 oclock BESSIE G FRANKLIN Seoy DONT WORRY Yf1tIthe matter If the cause is some over which you have no control It Is obvious that worrying will help the matter in the least On the other hand if within you control you have only to not When have a cold and fear an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy and use it Judiciously and all noose for worry as to the outcome will quickly his ofcsolo by all drtrgglstsI OASTOnXA Bthad oTry Capital Steam Laundry home enterprise Worfc lranteed i lttJt rLikeI comesiandIdoes fortheatomweary despon rach that which It peptlll hrandallghtlyor overburdened Kodol disorders supplies the natural Juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing whileInervous tension the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart andIach and digestive organs eaeYour healer tea Supply you tImethePrepared h G C DtWITT 4 gist For sale by J W Gnyle drugl For a had taste in the mouth tak a few doses of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets Price 25 Hunts Warranted to cure For sale by all druggists CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con cousumptionit pour patint and till rich patient byprnperSyrupFreeIs made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough Restlessto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cat takinGertnttnburly Should you he able to go to a warmer cline you will find that consnmptivesthorf and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottlejJJns regular size 75c A tall druggists l yr bottlHedy and will refund the money t any one who is out satisfied afteusing twothirds of the contents worldforploRslItany tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Sold by all druggists GOOD FARM FOR SALE goolandboth pond well and springs well in t yard about 15 acres of woodland brie house of seven rooms with cellar and bargaiTheadjoining the lands of Mr J P ter and Mr George Green For ter m apply at this office ANNOUNCEMENTS fr II1lfnois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New SoutherPacificHavana Leave Chicago and Cincinnati Friday morning leave St noonIp in arriving at Havana Monday morn onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R givingallOCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM i NEW ORLEANS fromNewWestIndiesforth in a special folder issued by Sendfor a l MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali andNewRaymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for i Mexico and via New Or theIEntire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weeklv Excur k jsions to Californium Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles andtiSan Francisco as follows VI ew Orleans and the Southern itouto every Wednesday from r every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednesday eJIARDI GRAS This occurs nt New Orleans on Fobiuary 1904 For it excursion Or10nllRloom ticket agent will be able to advise you NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now iu effect Double dally vestiIxklininghook on New Orleans I CiULFPORT MISS ntGulfportiu f Const has 250 rooms single or bathSttelophoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fastmorning trains sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with asingle change on same train en throughsleopinIllustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel tHOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Snr bookdeHcribinhealth and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can Centralof the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P A Louisville AkA H HANSON G A hioutgoJ1UndDientphis sIrWeavers Syrup and Cerate Sncctwful treatment for blood lid skin diseases Wt MJL o TfieFranftortRoiffldaDoui Entered at the postolHce at Frankfort l tucks as secondclass mailublo mutter t GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub J B LEWIS Editor IFRANKFORT JAN 30 1903 NOT READY IBUTfmlSGOwing to the unexpected failure of the contractors for some of tho work the announced reopening o the First Baptist Church of this city will have to be postponed until Sunday week February 7th This is a source of keen regret to tho ofUcers and members wuf this church as they fully expected to have the reopening tomorrow We desire to say however that the fault is not with Mr John Rumpf the original contractor but to subcontractor for a part of the work with which Mr Rumpf had no cot nection FRANKFORTS TIME TO JO LIFY Capital Appropriation Bill Passed House of Representatives by 92 to 1and Senate by 84 to 0 DayiAfter a fight lasting for nearly a century the bill making an ap propriation to erect proper capitol buildings for the State of Ken tucky has finally passed both houses of the Legislature and will soon be a law This means much to the good people of this good little city For nearly if not quite 100 years this question has hung over our fair city like a dead weight on enterprise and public improvement There are but few cities of the size of Frankfort that could have stood the strain and have done even as well as she has done under the cir cumstances With the constant of uncertain titles to her 1menace and depreciation of prop all lines she fought thet gcod fight and kept the faith in jusIsible longing to see day and now it has arisen as a star inI reenergizeEthe men our totI t reach out in new enterprises and to accomplish larger und better improvements than they have eve Iz Mr yet even thought of much less r attempted r There has been an earnest and untiring band of workers who reIportfalteringly wagering the battle for the right and although runny of them have passed to their re ward without seeing their desires accomplished yet as one ha fallen others have taken up the battle To them all honor is due We tender our sincerest congratu lations to them Among thoseI who have not hesitated at any sacrifice in this good cause of late Iyell1 have been Col E IT icy Senator from this district lion L Frank Johnson our Rep resentative Rev Dr J Blayney Dr Edgar E ICluskyI Gen D W Lindsey Posey Mr II W Mcliery and a host of others whose names wo cnn not now recall At 010 oclock p in on Thurs day afternoon the announcement that the hill had passed the Sea ute unanimously was greeted with the ringing of the bells unlimited fireworks and the hearty cheers of of lusty throats There Ithousullds been a tune when e1Eyes Did Not Close For a WeeK Heart Trouble leaf fled Doctors DrMilesHeart Cure anc Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are denied toil if nse in the morning more tired than fwhen you went to bed there is an affection nerves plainly Ifour heart is weak or an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will- soon to affect your hearts action as to bring- on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Net vine is a nerve tonic which q jets the nerves so that sleep may come and it quickly stores the weakened nerves to htalth and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great blood and heart tonic which regulates the tion of the heart enriches the blood and im proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was a I could get One week in last September I neverclosed my eyes I gotDr MilesNervine and Heart Cure at a drugstore in Lawrence after in medi ShelbyvilleFrankfort and in three days have derived more benefit the use of your remedies than I got Lfrom all the doctors and their medicines I think everybody to know of the marvelous contained in your remedies W H HUGHIS Fox Creek All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Mites Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Frankforts people were mar thoroughly and enthusiastically happy Three times three and a tiger for the Legislators one and all They are all statesmen We love them and we are for them for Congress not even excepting Mr Thompson even if he doe spell his name with a P God bless them all Frankfort sends hearty greetings to her sons and daughters widely scattered throughout this broad land Dr Wearers Treatment Syrtp pttrlfia the blood Cerate heal rnpUc 01r DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY t Joseph H Lewis ChapterDaugh meettuel Feb 6 1904 at 230 oclock p in All members requested to at tend BUYS HANDSOME HOME Mr O C Kenney of the firm of 11lhstreet between Second and Third and will move his tam ly in soon as possession can bo obtained This is a very desirable home paidrwas 5000 cash Mr Farmer is now making his home in Cincinnati lis 1OKTRAIT OF EXGOV BRAD LEY An addition has been made to the gallery of portraits of ExUov nrnors of Kentucky That of Ex1 Gov W O Bradley was brought here on Monday by ExSenator K AresAlong with the portrait is a bit of writing in regard to the mutterI which is tho handiwork of Mr Linnny ft shows that Mr Linnty a past master with his pen APPOINTED CIRCUIT JUDGEj Wo are gratified in being able to announce that Hon Albert S Ber ry of Newport has beonappointed circuit judge of tho Campbell county district vice Hon John P Newman who died before ho could assume tho duties of the IWHltlonI This will be peculiarly gratifying to a vast numhor of people in this city and along the Kentucky river eltimprovement of the Kentucky river and also of tho city of Frank fort in her long drawnout fight for capital improvement Judge Berry will make a fine officer Ho holds until the election in NovemberI MEETING OF GRAND COM MA NDERY K T OF KENTUCKY W would again call attention to the fact that the Grand Coin nuumd cry of Kentucky Knights Templar will hold its 7th Annual Conclave Jin this city on Wednesday and Thursday May 18th mid lUth omI111ntHII milkIIthat end We hope that our riticns gener ally will rendiM cvcry assistance ncoossary to untiring this one of the most pueccs fnl meetings of that grand holy Jt has been srme 12 yerirs since that gland body has held a meeting here It was a very enjoyable oc casion to every one present t Franlc forts proverbial hospitality was largely iji evidence Of course there will be the inov itnble tinge of sadness when they meet this year in memory of the tact lime so many noble men who were present then have laid down their weapons of warfare with sin and sorrow and have entered into the Grand Asylum on High to re oeive the recompense of reward from the Supreme Grand Commander But the time is full of hope and high anticipation from the fact that this grand organization is growing in power and influence for good as the years go by THANKSe Mr Walter Goodwin one of the best lightning jerkars who ever left Frankfort and who is now in the telegraph office in St Louis Mo has placed us under obliga tions for a set of Worlds Fair verysthe work of thoroughly advertis ing the business so intended It is a fine scheme and we thank our young friend tor his courtesy VALENTINE PARTY The Junior Auxiliary of Ascen lion Episcopal Church will hold their annual Valentine Party on Saturday afternoon February 18th 1004 in the Parish House from 8 to ip Admission Adults 10 cents children 5 cent- sConsumption WEEDS is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its youngIpossible Strengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork good too but it is very hard to digest The time to treat consump tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scott Emulsion If isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consumption you cant expect to be curedat once but if you begin in time and will willI rigidlyregular in your ment you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul lion free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label u on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and Lan druggists ITho Kind You Have Always Bought and tvliich has been iii use for over SO years has horjuo time signature of ft i De rv and has been made under his per sonal supervision sinco its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paret i goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConstipationSand Flatulency It assimilates the Food Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep a The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought 1if In Use For Over 30 Years THCCT l r tW READ IT L I The advertisement of Mr Jas W Cary of Versailles Ky appears in todays paper offering fine poultry for sale Dr Cadys Condition Powders ar lust a horse needs when in ba onilition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food bn medicine and the best in use to pus a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle an LeCompte Gayle BIG VERDICT Mr Tlios Brightwell recovered a judgment against time Geo T Stagg Co on Saturday for damages caused by having been crushed by a falling shaft at the O F C dis tillery in February 190J5 He sued for 15000 through his attorney Col Jas A Scott The jury awarded him 9000 itohlngdiHenseHto misery Doans Ointment euros At any drug store- 13RtJ1ALLY TORTURED A disc came to light that troll per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Jot Golobick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years endured insuffer able pain menu Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tries everything known I camo across Electric Hitters and its the great est medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney OnifyiiOlldruggists Lank Sidney Globes for Guaranteed allKidneyCureIBladder SMALL AS A PILLIEASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cure Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism anti all irregularities of the Kidneys and Bladder i both men and women Sold ut cents per box on No Gore No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Dru Stores Frankfort Ky May 2ly t CURED AFTER SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hare Miami Cycle and Mfg Co Midtlletown 0 suf dyspepsiaHemedicine and with doctors without receiving any permanent benefit- e He II One night while feeling dexeoptioualy bad I was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the regard DyspepsiaCurewhile I hall no faith inpit I felt Afterdand better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dys pepsin Cure to my friends and ac quaintances suffering from stomach trouble Sold by all druggists Our GuaranteeI Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you fil- lyJEM Flour and if for any reason it cloy not suit you you CUll get your money back Your grocer sells it with this un derstanding If wo could IWpj E in nulling GO l C 0 1MB TABLE NoiSOUTHat PM rLexington 820 630 rat kfort 903 613 75JLontsille No 22 No NlRT IiALIFiivlmllIvlllf 830 60 4QArheloyvlle 92r 7nn I rI104eLvea f New OrlcniiH Special No 10- 2rwcaOl r rLeiFor Fulton Paducah curl Intermediate- n points Connection to and rom Elizabeth j town HodftnviUe and nopkinsvillo except no HodgenvillaNo lull Accommodation o FForIHodgunvillo and ElIzubethtown except at all stations All Trains Run Dally I J A J WIIIIIlEr 1Muslin Underwear Is n now department with us but we are going to begin right by showing in this department only ex styles of Highclass Garments Not the ifIlHHo course materials but the kind thnt appeals to the most refined taste We are very fortunate to havo secured the agency for the celebrated LILY BR4ND linell rOllsonn Special discount of 10 per cent February 1st to 7th to start season of Underwear and Embroideries t DRY GOODSCARPETS 4 DANjWithout regard to station in life our whole city was saddened when tho news reached here on Saturday night that Gon Daniel Ray Collier U S Pension Agent for Kentucky had died suddenly at the Pope Sanitarium in Louisville that afternoon of angina pectoris Gen Collier was 64 years of age and possessed of an unusually sturdy and strong physique He served with distinction in the Fed J eral Army 8d Kentucky Volun teers under Col Thos E Bram lett rising from a private to Lieu tenantColonelWhile and staunch an ad lierent of what he deemed the right tts any man that ever lived at the same time he was as tenderhearted as a woman Absolutely without personal fear lie had a supreme contempt for the bully and the blackguard As firm as the rook of ages where principle was involved his clear and fair judgment enabled hitn to see both sides of every question that came up for settlement The people of Kentucky owe him a debt of gratitude and especially the people of this city that in largo measure he was enabled to keep the peace between tho non factions during the time 11Governor Taylor occupied the exec Upon several occasions to our certain knowledge a conflict seemed inevitable when his stern command called a halt and the devoted lore of his men and their abiding confidence in his judgment enabled him to hold them in check when nothing else could have done soBluff hearty and genial he made warm friends wherever he went and even his political enemies became his steadfast personal friends Something over a year ago the wife of his youth died suddenly of heart failure and the sturdy sol rdfer who had never quailed before the face of an enemy received a mortal blow While prosecuting iris dally duties with his usual care lie seemed to have lost the bouyant and bubbling humor that had char acterized him He was conscious that he had serious heart trouble and had placed himself under the care of the physician in charge of the Pope Sanitarium going there every afternoon for treatment- At his usual time on Saturday afternoon he wont there asked to bo allowed to lie down upon a couch complaining of nausea Ho asked for a glass of water The nurse left the room for a short Upon returning she found cold in death 1while Collier had been a member Christian Church at Lan for several years A few days before his death ho remarked to his dearest friend Gov W O Bradley that ho felt as though his end was near as all his family had died suddenly from heart failure To the Governors protest ho laughingly replied that it was all right and that he must not bo alarmed Gen Collier loaves one son Major W H Collier and two daugh r iJMrs Robert Elkins and Mrs Robinson to mourn his death o remains were taken to Lan Ir for burial leaver or a biggerhearted man lor more devoted friend never drew breath of life We know and loved him for his many noble qualities of head and heart and lay this tribute of affeo tion upon his stilled breast JUST ONE MINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which ticklHS the mu oous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamma tion and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable oases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ohe Minute Cough Cure is pleasantI td take harmless and for young and old Sold by all COLDES1OF THE WINTER Monday was a very pleasant day and so continued until about 8 oclock on Tuesday morning when a high wind followed by rain sleet and snow sent the mercury scurrying down from about 60 de grees to about 4 degrees above zero on Wednesday morning This established the record for this winter far BEST LINIMENTEARTH rienry D Baldwin Supt City Water Works ShUllsburg Wis 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 lini ment on earth 2oo 60o and 100 bottle at Paul B WeitsceT- fiBADLYHURT While at work removing some scale frames for the F 0 rail SaturdayIand set it up edgewise A heavy wind was blowing which caused the frame to fall back into the pit hitting Col Dixon on the head cutting a long gash and severing a small artery Surgical attention was at once rendered and Col Dix on sent to his home in this city He is doing very well Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be prepared for it Dr Thomas Electric Oil Monarch over pain BURGLARIES There must bo a gang of burglars at work in this city On Friday night tho bin store of R K Mo 21ure Son was broken into No money was obtained but doubtless tome goods were abstracted On Sundaynight the drug store of Dr Paul Wuitol corner of St Clair and Broadway was entered wd several dollars taken from the cash drawer There are rumors of other robberies but nothing definite MARDI OKASNEW ORLEANS PKNSACOLA MOBILE On February lir the L N R II will soil tiokeis to above points- at greatly reduced rates For information as to rates and limits of tickets apply to ticket agent rbrough trains Pullman Sleepers Reclining Chair Cars and lining Cars on all through trains Service to South viu L N is unsur passedA V HITE Agent Dr Wearers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions r This is one only of the many pretty styles in GownsPrices 50c to 4 We have other styles of Skirts for you to se lect from All correct in cut and trimming Prices 50c to 5 ELOQUENT PREACHER AND SPLENDID GENTLEMAN PASSES AWAY The sad news was received In this city on Friday night that Bishop Thomas Underwood Dudley D D Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Kentucky had died suddenly of heart disease just after attending tho funeral of- his motherinlaw in New York CityI Dudley was one of the attraotiveIwherever known He was always in the front rank in the fight for Christianity morality and civic has been sadly afflicted of late in the loss of able and up right men Gov John Young Brown Judge Lysander Hord Bishop T U Dudley and Gen Dan R Collier The bar the pulpit and the military Better and grander specimens of each it were hard for any State to show With bowed heads Kentucky places the wreath of immortelles upon their fresh made graves The body pf Bishop Dudley ac companied by his wife and son was brought through this city on Sunday evening on the C O train to Louisville where the funeral ceremonies were held at Christ Church Cathedral on Wednesday afternoonWhen train reached this city a large assembly of our best people were at the depot to manifest their respect and affection for the dead prelate and the bell of Ascension Church was solemnly tolled until tho train had rolled away up tho Benson valley Truly a aliant soldier of the Cross has passed toll is reward be loved and honoredFOR r Two small farms for rent Possession given at once Apply to P ID Arnold at R Ie McClure Sons 2l2t WANTED ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at the office 7tf WHATS IN A NAME Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DoWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and pro truding Piles eczema outs burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salvo has no equal This hUH given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts tine genuine Sold by all drug gistsIBLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Juorgotown Lexington Traction Co Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p in md at I p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p m and at 10 p in Single faro 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a in to II p m except a m p m 8 and 10 m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and n p m Y ALEXANDER President sotr li fr IW J E IEIauai EMBROIDERIES Extra largo importation of Nainsook Cambric and Swiss Embroideries Now patterns in great variety The best values we have ever shown Now is the time to get first choice and make them up before rush of other sewing W S FARMER B ESTPRICES NT These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and if at any time you get anything here which is not fright we ask you to tell us of it t John Driscollfrankfort Ky ISaffelrsI Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them 3Monarch New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer IRocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses + Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies IJ ft Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds IMe M i TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider I Something Swell IN J REED ROCKERS The kind that rests you Something comfortable frotH 250 up RIM ROGERS 6 SONS J ill I Remnant and Clearance rH 5316 1 1 1 It There are still a lot of Remnants and Soiled Ends goodsinelettes Percales- i Cottons Calicoes- EmhroideriesLaces i Come and see what we are- r offering G Kagin no t41St Clair St at Bridge FWHERE GROCERS WILL CON- GREGATEr i 1A Worlds Fnir Exhibit Where Everything Edible is Shown and Processes of Manu facture Revealed takestrftwll11earu something to his profit making a study of the exhibits and methods designed fur his ben efit at the Worlds Fair in St Louis in 1904 In the great Palace of Agriculture Will be displayed everything edible Not only will the finished product be shown but so fur as practicable the process of manufacture will be revealed by model factories in full operation inside the great structure Thue the grocer may by actual demonstration learn all about the making of the goods he sells Agriculture Palace covers nine teen acres It Is the largest exposi oonIfeet long and 600 feet wide It tends on a hill overlooking the entire exposition surrounded by mag nificent gardens and is the center of many of the Worlds Fairs famed beauty spots The manufacturer of one of the Well known breakfast foods has ob tained space within the Palace of Agriculture for the installation of a complete plant The grain from which the food is made Is taken as it comes from the elevators and before the eyes of the visitor is carried through all of the processes and is packed in cartons and displayed nn shelves and in piles in a model grocery within the palace walls in such a manner as to bo the more certain to attract the atten tion and arouse the interest of the prospective buyers The breakfast food manufacturer does not stop with this but has young lady demonstrators who prepare the food i j lj S t w wk u in many dainty form and serve It appetizingly free to visitors Chocolate in its various forms is another commodity sold by the grocer every day A chocolate manu faoturer has been granted spaee to install a complete factory Hero the chocolate beans grown in South America are baked like coffee ground and the mixed chooolat made into toothsome cakes Pure chocolate is comparatively rarity Arrow root and starch are the most common adulterants From the hulls of the chocolate beans the cocoas are made The machinery used in the preparation of chocolate is massive and heavy The beans are ground through several mills before they are thoroughly pulver ized A model bakery will also form a feature of the food exhibit Power moving the complex machinery will be supplied by electricity and the heat required for baking will be supplied by the same agency Biscuits cakes crackers and bread will be mixed kneaded and rolled and baked in full view of the visitor A model dairy will be in opera tion Butter will be made and in this connection the best methods of keeping and handling it will be shown Refrigerators adapted to the purpose and how to maintain the proper temperature at a mini mum cost form valuable features of the display Several confectionery firms have made arrangements to install plant of the manufacture of all kinds of candies and sweet meats Sugar will be treated in the most comprehensive manner The sugar cane from the south and the sugar beer will be taken as they come from the fields and the visitor may follow them through the various processes and see the pure white sugar as it comes from the re flnerier He may also see the vari ous grades of molasses and coarse sugars produced Scores of busy factories will be in full operation in the Palace of Agriculture and light will be shed a every step on how the thousands o food products that are daily sold and consumed are made Here also will be displayed the finished products Wines beers liquors and distilled spirits will form a part of the exhibit in this section of the Agriculture Palace To show the processes is scarcely practicable here and the displays will be mainly in bottles casks and packages The exhibitors In seeking to make their displays pleasing to the eye will so arrange their wares that the visiting groce- may r gain new and valuable idea about window and shelf deooratiop THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE REMEDIES Indispensable in any family Among these the experience of years assures us should be recorded Painkiller For both internal and external applications we have found it of great value especially can we recommend it for colds rheuma tism or fresh wounds and bruiser Christian Era Avoid subsittutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25c and fiOc OAI TORZABeara theThe KM Signature 111of Dr Weavers Syrup Pnritei the blood i Cerate ointment for the ikfaa HO FOR THE MARDI GRAS New Orleans and Mobile February 1016 1901 The Frankfort k Cineinnatl Ry in connection with the Queen Crescent Routo 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 inclusiveFinal Limit February 20 Ex tension privilege will be granted upon the usual deposit on tickets td S E HUTTON G P A ++ 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 830 Dearborn St Chi cago 1016t tf r cPi ll 4riAl f BEATMS M MILLAN Robert S McMil lan died at his residence in Paris on Wednesday night aged about sixty years For more than thirty years he was an invalid blind and almost helpless and yet he was patient and cheerful and his lifework seemed to be helpful to others and especially to the chil dren who delighted to visit and minister to him He had learned during his protracted sufferings the beautiful lesson that the true aim of life should be to help others and so he delighted in making others happy He bore his intense suffering with remarkable endur ance and was uncomplaining and resigned He took a deep interest in everything going on and was especially rejoiced at the success of his friends Although his sufferings were almost unendurable he never became gloomy but his life always abounded in deeds of love and kindness Such a life has not been in vain Ho now rests from his labors and his works do follow him He was a soldier in the civil war and while in active service con tracted the disease from which ho finally died He is survived by his sister Mrs Anna McMillan Talbott and brother W H McMil lan and halfbrother Dr J T MoMillan Impressive funeral ser vices were held yesterday afternoon at his home conducted by Elder Carey Morgan of the Christian Church Burial in the Paris ceme teryNIGHT WAS HER TERROR nightlonggate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get anv sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 68 pounds Its absolutely guaran teed to cure Coughs Colds La Throatf100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores JOIN TilE BLUES FORKS OF ELKHORN Our village was saddened by the MaxioEpleroclock The departed the body of our fair young friend Tho Sunday previous to her death she was well and no thought that homeswas that awful disease typhoid pneumonia Maxie was loved by all that knew her She was so very solicitous for the pleasure of her pleasantIMay her brother Bailey died of the same disease typhoid pneu monia The funeral was conducted by Rev Powers of Woodlake Tuesday morning at Buck Run Church of which she was a mem ber Wo extend our heartfelt pathy to the bereaved mother father and sisters and a host of warm friends who are left to mourn the loss of one that will he greatly missed by our entire vil lage A KID DISLOCATED HER SHOULDER Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fer gus Falls Minn fell and lisle 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 Her son mentioned that he had seen Chamberlains Pain Balm adver tised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly re lieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was so much pleased with the relief it gave his mother that he tins since recommended it to many others For sale by all druggistsCIi1rTOR x A 1rHfMttrt f ttlIrraJS FOR SALE r A surrey Almost new Apply- to JAS W WHITEHOUSE- 12tf 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 I 1t Plooslnl t take Y i Laxative Jt Syrup t II NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION cF Ask Your DoctoriAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and theirsalte iare irritating to the intestines Xl LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege j table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring qbout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as 1 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 J I ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOc PER BOTTLB ri I WHITES CREAM W IFUOE For 20 Jjnoxb7 w + JAMES F BALLARD St CoolieiIf PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway f Wllf jDepressd has otappetlte1not neccssaray mum dire tcmalo malady Its the LiverDont fall to get today at your druggists a bottle of HERBINEand 11tool11ko50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEllZEIJCor St Clair Broadway c 7f This signature la on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets the remedy that vnrtm n cold in ono tiny DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats IIPort Huron Bit the Magnlfietnt Stiamtn of the WHlrl8rM leavingfoot ofMadfsoaStreetDailra- tytse alter train Returning arrive Week r Sundays r N Fare to Detroit 5- Cunlimltedround trip aiWeek8icuralona to Detroit and return Sundayay8c To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only faoo meals aad berth extra Special Raits to Socttllt Close connections Detroit with stea- for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information nearest Railroad Agent or write 0F Hgr lTMOir 9 j i i kM1oI i j J 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE il TRADE MARK tDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and description maJIquickly ascertain our opinion tree an aulRtlonsatrtctltconddontlabsent free Oldest for eoourtqptents patents taken through co peeiaL settee cbarge la the ij Scientific Jliroricaii J handsomely DlaitratM weekly Largest ctr on tlon of adentlflo Journal Terms 13 i t ears UN fourmoathaL 0f Co3s1Brtisdway Sold by riwdi t Bran tOlllce II IBt Wublnlfton Dr 0 4 e 0UIlf1Mo1K1tIIUUU RMlt l BETWEEN X LouisvilleAND t BEST LINE T- OCALIFORNIA AND THE i VAST NORTHWEST filF1 UNION STATION LOUISVILLE rq DEARBORN PTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Palace Drawing Room E H BACON D P A sleend Cor 4 th Dud Market SU jfJrJ j ti URTMS fa c Ju this city on Wednes day to Mrv Harry W Jones an wifea son- CROUSEOn Monday to Mr Win Crouse and wife a boyWI lie Jr MOORE In this county on Mon 1dn January J5 to Mr Ed Moore and tivifoa daughter weight poundsBARNESlui this city on Wed nesday night to Mr George L Barnes and wiffn son weight 12 poundsHANLYIn this county on Wed nesday night to Mr John H Hanly and wife a son Stephen Sheldon MEMBERSHIP CONTEST t herIThursdayntiight- A Members Rally was held a t nighttltrot roasted peanuts a contost for I new members was launched presentIen was man fasted The crowd was divide- tl into two sides the Reds Und th theIReds are R K McClure Cap t Tthin Noel Gaines First Lieuten- antf The officers of the Blues are W G Chapman Captain and Paul Avis First Lieutenant IThecontest is to run until the t t of Marob when the winning side will oat a fine supper and the los- lnr mJe will wait upon the winners and then eat mush The contest promises much fun SIMPLE COLDS prolonged t them aside at the very beginning 4Ballards Horehound Syrup stops a removes the cause osholds 25c 50o and 100 bottle a Paul B Weitzels A GREAT GATHERING OF MEN We have received tIme announcement of the forthcoming Twenty sixth Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Asso yciations of Kentucky to be held at Bowling Green February 18 19 20 and 21 The State Executive Com mittee has arranged a strong nn attractive program Among those who will present vital topics are Judge Selden P Spencer St Louis Messrs Edward W Frost Milwau kee F S Goodman H O Wil hams Robert Weidonsall W D TVeatherford New York City S D tOordon Cleveland Ohio Geo S Budd State Secretary Ohio W E Day Day Ohio S W 100 ill State Secretary Tennessee Prof J C Acheson Danville President B A Jenkins Kentucky Uni yersiy Lexington and others r prominent in religious educational and commercial circles in the State The singing will be an in spicing feature of the Convention and will be led by the Covlngton Association Glee Glub of sixteen LoLvoloeR r The Convention will carefully Consider under skilled leadership the allroiind work of the assooia tion religious social ed Uoa and physical Boys work have a prominent place on tiOnalI gram There will also be consideration of the 260000 men in the small towns and coun u try districts and the promotion 2 of the Association work among J t them Conferences of delegates fj from the city student railroad and county work departments will be I tentIureugh lias arranged showing the work fj that has been done in the Kentucky M Associations during the past year On the day following time Conven 3 Lion Washingtons birthday there will be a big excursion of delegates and friends to Mammoth Cave flj Last year 551 delegates attended the State Convention at Lexington tf which was the largest Association M Convention State or ever held in the South IJurgeK delegations from time 05 Associa KJmen members of evangelical in communities whore rtlon are no Associations and in in Christian work among t ltSrfci1if young men are invited to attend and participate In time Convention as corresponding members Ali Ited delegation from such eomm- d cities will be entertained by tho citizens of Bowling Green provid- Ing application for credentials giv ing name and address of pastor or clerk of church is sent to the State Secretary by February 10 The various railroads in the State have granted a rate of one tare f 6the round trip to delegates an visitors attending time Convention Programs of tho Convention in formation about credentials etc may bo had at local Associations or by addressing Henry E lies e veer State Secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville THIRTY MILES OF BLUEGRASS Scenery on a trolley trip between Georgetowsn store ever bourISUPPER The Young Ladies Aid Society wilofl givo a supper in the new Sunday school room of the church on Tues day February 2 1901 from 6 to 11 iiiIcotee t 60 centsNo e for admission Everybody invited to attend FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support o remedy gives will be sent on quest Confldentialoorrespondenoej physicians boosetc MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC BroadNaNew y LECTURE Mr Edward Howard Griggs will give a course of lectures on the subject of Dante at the Episcopal Chapel every other Thursday evening at 8 oclock the following dates The Medieval World and Ih 3for Life of Dante Jan 21st 2 The Problem of Dante Feb 4t 8 The Inferno Feb 8th 4 The Paradise March 3d b The Beatific Vision March 17th The required amount having been secured by subscription to pnicdGuy Barretts newstand have been changed to 50 cents The Kings Daughters will re ceive all over and above necessar expenses tdssw SAVE YOUR TIME AND By taking the trolley betwee- Lexington Georgetown and Paris yLouriD ljliDjI 1Ji I SKIN I I IlEIIs everybodys friend Isroughtajiiito relieve ys- Riiiticilla c Cream SI ellneIEleaves the hands free from grease or stickiness w daintily perfumed und goesI so far that the cost is not worth considering IE Ii Price 15 Centsi H GAYLE CO I n 314 Main Street he IEIIDi6IU RIEQf i tdJ 1 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY authorized to announce mWILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjeottoparty Doc IHtf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court thed52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We ore authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as n candidate for jailer of Franklin snooty subject to the notion of the Democratic party at thc primary Iflto THE EARL OF PAWTUCKET The story of The Earl of Paw tucket Augustus Thomas greet comedy success which will be seen here at the Capital Theatre in the very near future is developed from the amusing and novel idea of an English nobleman endeavoring pose as an American A of the usual idea in such toILord Cardington the English bleman has mgt in Europe charming American girl through the unusual circumstance of both being imprisoned for twentyfour hours in one oTthe oars of a Ferris wheelthe machinery which bad been broken down at the moment when both were suspended in the air one hundred feet or more from eheerurstogether with her beauty won the deterkspite their enforced companionship in the car he did not succeed in learning her name Finding she had gone back to Amerca a few days after this episode he followed and wishing to travel insog took at the suggestion of his friend = Montgomery Putnaman American who had come abroad to escape paying alimony to his wife his Putnams name At the WaldorfAstoria in New York be finds the girl he is looking and is introduced to her as friendhof his adoration is in reality Mrs Montgomery Putnam as HarrietIcan secure an ofCePutnam is an impostor She quickly discovers who he really is but not until the end of the play does she a1nayhim are looking for him as writYofficial of the law who has been alimonynband islookingprovebyof which he understands that he is really the man he pretends to be form the basis of a series of corn edy situations which have never been excelled At last just as everything is becoming too oomph cated and he is about to be arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses for contempt of court nonpayment of alimony and finally for the murder of Lord Card ington whom the papers have an nounoed has mysteriously peared Miss Fordyco interferes reapis Ex SOMETHING UNIQUE We are in receipt of a very unique Rigby Ruler Blotter which is manufactured by The Tab let and Ticket Co 879 Franklin Street Chicago Ills It just fills the bill so that n writer or book keeper who has frequent use for both a ruler and blotter has them right at his hand in this new contrivance It is so simple that one wonders after seeing it that it has not heen invented long ago lHANISM Wo have been placed under obli gallons to our friend Sergeant A limes U S Heavy Artillery stationed at Fort Monroe Va for nice lot of views of that noted point Sergeant Innes shows that is quite an expert in this lino The view are beautiful and show what a delightful plugs and yet what a strong fort Uncle Sam has established thorn Sergeant mimes will please accept nor thanks Wii 1M r WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MoKiE The Yeoman Carriage Go Time undersigned who have heretofore done business under the nftmo 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 the Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heimiller established this business in and he assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will bo on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom ho has been heretofore associated have heretofore done We will keep on hand at all times a full supply of tho best class of vehicles and nov have on hand some of our own make We are prepared to build new vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of repairing with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of them since the business was established anti we can cheerfully guar antee the work they d- oYEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY In2m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 FINE FARM FOR SALE The fine farm of about 510 acres of land situated on the Frankfort and 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 largebarnsant house This farm is well watered and in a high state cultivation Any one desiring to purchase can obtain any information as to the farm and the terms of sale by addressing the undersigned Woodlake Ky WOOD BROSJany 2lm SHINGLES Cedar 375 per m Poplar 325 per miCypress 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 X200 per m A T- WILKINSONST = HAMMOND COS r LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No1Dail No 3 Scud Ex Sun DIIIA Kl LeaveI IAr P Ar H 8QjBI0 r 856 913 Clay City dBi 405 406 92 Stanton 828 48A 485 954 IiNatural Bridge 6i 801 401 449 t2 Torrent i15 1029 70 Beattyville Junction 0 831 615 1180 IJackson 9i d25 38 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO No 22No NO as DailyMls Mil A M Lve P M IP M Ar p M Ar Lvel o 980 Jackson tso n2 o 925 280 O K Junction U8I n26 10lU7W 128 Let City SIU 12J 11I 74 122 Hul ehnu a 618 128 i15 106 Cannel City 545 245n Nodl and will make close connection at O x K Junction with No a and fof points on tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Supcrirituiulont J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager Q p A 1c Easily TiredJRDo rundownina sort of chronic Invalidism Take Walthers Peptonized Port It is the bolt thing In the world to build up such people A PittGburp says of It I know It is good for 16totnyTHE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOR SALE BY I JeW GAYLE r FORKS OF ELKHORN Delayed Letter Mr Marion Featherston who has been confined to his bed for the past month Is some better Mrs Fannie Alley who has been ill is able to be up again Mrs Frank Forsee is the guest of her father Mr M B Lucas Miss Pattie South visited frieads ill Frankfort this week Mr George Brook Jr who has been ill for the past two weeks is able to be out again Miss Daisy Hockensmith is the StampinJGround Mrs Helm has been quite ill with lagrippe Messrs Walter Howard and Harry Jeffers entertained Wednes day night last Owing to the dis agreeable night many were pre vented from attending but all present pronounced a glorious time Fridayfora house partyA KID PEOPLE WE KNOW- They are Frankfort People and What They Say is of Local Interest When an incident like the follow ing occurs right here at home it is bound to carry weight with our readers So many strange occur rences the rounds of the press are published as facts people be come skeptical On one subject disappearingThis publiedoubter must doubt no more in the face of such evidence as this The public statement of a rept able citizen living right here at Dome one whom you can see every day leaves no ground for the skeptic to stand onMrs Mollie E Callis of 674 Holmes St wife of W H Callis foreman at the Frankfort Chair Cos Works Bays1 have the greatest faith in Doans Kidney broughtIfor years It was not severe at all times but when an attack oc curred especially if overexerted myself in any way aggravation of the aching was sure to follow A positive proof of some disturbed action of the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secretions I tried various remedies but found nothing goodpearlinglocal papers about Doans Kidney theyjActing on went W Gayles drug store and got a box Their uso proved that what KidneyPUIsThe pain and aching in my back ceased and the trouble with the kidney secretions was corrected I thoroughly believe that any prep aration which acts up to the repre sentations made for it like Doans Kidney Pills can not be too well knownFor by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf aloeN Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to biy advertised for week ending Saturday Jan 80 1904IAllison Joe Biker Louis Bradford Lena Bruner Lawrence Bush T B Carroll W J Crawford Tom Davis Willie Drayden Maggie Fisher M B V Co Lewis W H MartlntMyrtle 8 B OBrien Mrs Mayme E Polsgrove Rosa Rook Creek Coal and Lumber Co Russell Mrs Mary GeorgeStephenson Ilke Twyman Marie Wagoner Mrs L L Watts Mrs John C Watts Rev R B Willis S P GeorgeI the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M REV CARLISLE P B MARTIN L LD Wavorly Texas writes Of a morning when first rising I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm which produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge but 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 50o 100 bottle at Paul B Weitzels A VESTPOCKET DOCTOR Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are De Witts Little Early Risers A vial of these little pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against head ache biliousness liver and all of the ills resulting from consti pation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by all druggists OaTOaXABun Uta lpahzo of atIBo CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature o THIS IS Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1IooYEAAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under combination offer must be sent through the Rounda bout office OLD TAYLOR4t PREMIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietors 4 Frankfort jKentuck1 l ijji it i J L J Gt fJf ih li 1fi WINTERS CMINkr CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS iJ TONGS WINDOW GLASS J MATCHESa J ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING s J AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STAGG T 10 Ann Street Frankfor Ky r Strongest in the World Iitlis THE EquitableASSURANCESOCIETY I IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not bra day but for all time itEarthfmillionI shall be pleased to call and explain our contracts Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now trains leave st Louis a m dally The trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address R T MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass 6t Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E LARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky 1L t SOUTHERN RAILWAY I St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLEtCorrected to June 25190t ILouisville Division No1 No No8 am pm pmiLv Louisville 746 400 780 l Ar Shelbyville 910 528 8M Lnwrenceburg 965 6ro 9861T1016 642 9M Lexington 1046 710 103 Burgin 10M 725 Georgetown 1160 740 No f No2 No6 am pm am- iLv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 805 44 700- Versailles 625 612 765ILnwrenceburg 648 644 8ro RhelbyviUe 720 625 910 LouisVille 840 760 1040 r fLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 6 b 4TrainSouth and arriving 750 from the South through sleeping cars from and to Asheville C via tInbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga i Between jStNo f No IILv Louisville 850 a p m ArkHuntiflgburg 1145 a amm110OOn 100 p s m St Louis 688 p am No8 No1 r Lv St Lords 808 a 1000 pm t Ar Princeton 128p ml 808 a Huntlngburg 266 p 426 a ml 516 719 mjNol No ftArBuntlngburg LT Evansville a m115 p m- Ar Huntlngburg 1908 a 260 p m Ar a mil 646 p satTrains Nos 2 Sand run solid between ivineclaaa Coaches between EvansVille and Louie ville Day trains between Louisville and St LoutswCafe Parlor Cars iJcarlFor tickets and further information apply RailwayH GB JG jCA very desirable twostory BRICKaj RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot 3 trAvenuebe sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf f