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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f11E ERANK ORT RouNDABoUT ItUJO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXVII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEE 20 1904 NO 24 Lowest Prices Still Prevail Winter Goods in lhilly 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT ia m aue 24000000 FOR WAGON ROADS A National Appropriation of 8 000000 n Year but tho Stntu Must Contribute a Like Amount Rural Mails and Roads Thoro is pending in Congress a bill called tho Brownlow in troduced by Hon Walter P Brown low of Tennessee which appro priates 24000000 as national aid for the building of wagon roads This sum is to be available at the rate of S 000000 a year is to bo divided according to tho population of the different States but no State is to receive less than 2iiOOOO Every State receiving National aid must appropriate sold spend a like amount Tho assorted growth of sentiment in favor of the measure has boon chiefly duo to the institution and extension of the rural free moil do liverysystem which has brought the disadvantages of poor roads home to the farmers and other country dwellers Applications for the extension of tho free rural delivery system urn being refused by the Post Ollice authorities on account of the roads and the dis appointed communities demand their improvement These demands are so in excess of tho ability of r tho local boards to respond to that I for a year past Highway Commis sloes over the country hove boon putting themselves on record in favor of National aid It is claimed on behalf of tho bill that tho plan of distribution is more equitable than tho distribution of some 112500000 a year under tho Rivers and Harbors Bill which goes principally to tho seaboard States and to the Mississippi dolta In support of the Brownlow Bill as a general measure attention is r called to the fact that Franco has 2JOii miles of ttagon road which are built and maintained by tho nation und Italy about 5000 miles while many of the States of tho Union spend hundreds of of dollars annually in way improvement FOR RENT Houso stable big garden cistern and store Ono of tho best busi ness points around Two miles from city at tho intersection of a Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS t 80tf iWJlo 8o i ii J theselfaultlcss this weckTici Kid and Ideal Kid Leathers in a va riety of stylesall at one price 3OOf on Departments R1 KI McCLURE SON KY all thousHIHII ARRESTED FOR RAISING HECK A man by the name of h A Goins who hails from Jackson Brent 11itt county was arrested by City Marshal Whitehead and Oillcor H Davis Harrod on Saturday charged with forgery in raising a check for 150 to 2150 It took but a short while after the officers were notified of tho matter to make tho arrest The mug was found near tho Kentucky River Mills He was taken back to Jackson on Monday for trial In tills strenuous age ono some times feels the need not exactly of medicine but of a good ootrmon mse rovitalixor and tonic Wal tuor s Peptonized Port is just such a tonic The port wine is a strongthouor in itself and tho pepsin by aiding digestion enables ono to got the maximum amount of strength from ones food It f in a natural way not by whipping the organs into a forced activity not by creating a false feeling of strength through nerve stimulation but by actually byISmall size 50 cents largo size 100 DO YOU OWN A TROLLEY If not you must try ours Cars every hour botweon Lexington Paris and Georgetown Fast time and low rates MORPHINE What Is To Become of tho Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victims Can They Bo Curode This question is agitating tho minds of tha host ministers doctors and thinking mon of today Thoro are over a million drug users in tho United States alone and tho num hor is rapidly increasing All unite in slaying that a reliable euro is tho only salvation This is no ordinary ordinarydrugsnow otTer our treatment which we guarantee will euro any case of CnItog from this dreadful disease wo will send a trial package of our troatmont absolutely free Write today All correspondence strictly confidential in plain envelopes Address Manhattan Thoiapoutlc Association Dopt B 1185 Broad way Now City Dr Weavers Treatment- IRP for the blood Cerate for skin ruptlons 1Jf 1874 FEBRUARY IiJUot fThe firelight horns with fitful glow Alone my quiot watoh I keep Like whiterobed spirits in my sleep The silent shadows sumo and go IT A message from the vanished years Comes borne on angels wings to me- Aoross the fields of memory I look through smiles and tears IIIThese diamonds rich and rare In miniature of gold and blue send as Valentine to you Expressed with tender loving care IV Wear thorn as jewels on your heart For friendships sake loves golden chain In native land well meet again No more to part X S COX THOSE SQUALLERSA VAL ENTINE STORY This teas the name given to thom by the neighbors but to me they worn the nice children of my pretty client Mrs Amy Dabnoy Their names were Halbort Robin and Alary but I called them Salt Pep per and Spico for reasons best known to myself Mrs Dabnoy had called at my office to consult me about the title to tile house she had purchased in jOakwood and I was given a pleas ant greeting whenever wo mot but this was the extent of our acquaint anoo though had fallen deeply in love with her at first sight Thn children often came to my door and Salt usually got tile nicko ho wanted which may have been the reason for the whippings Pep per gavo him for they were lIon tinually at war I she May now walking under the shade of her faded tattered parasol holding hor pretty head sideways in imitation of Miss Carrie our village belle while the boys are under the oaks in earnest conversation 1ld give a nickel for a dime What would you do with it asked Salt Send Mammy a valentine Ill get it then ami Salt came straightway to my window saying Mr Nathan please to give us boys one more nickel to buy Mammy a valentine And not knowing the fate the good saint had in store for me I gavo him a quarter and watched storelInughlug blessed daySpice came to the omen with a no to which sot my foolish heart fluttering like a schoolboys over his first love lot tor It was only a few foes which road as follows alnicouleloveangry at what you call your im pudence Yours sincerely AMY DA IIN KY Oak wood Feb 1894 had sent her no valentino and there must be some mistake when as a Hash came tilt appeal of those iSquallors Intuitively felt hadit go over claim the prize St Valentino had given me Amy mot mo in the parlor a pie hOlIswoot face blushes and her oyes wet with tears Accepting tho deightful situa tint I took her in my arms kissed tho swoot tremulous mouth and told her that she had made mo tho happiest man on earth That loved her and her children should bo my dearest treasures It was only yesterday that my wifo showed nit tho old valontino i tt fi nnd I kissed it tenderly when Silo nsIto correct tho mistake or her know that we owe our per 11et happiness to Those Squal NELLY STEADMAN COX February 100- 4SOME REASONS Why Frankfurt People Should Fol low This Valuable Advice liecause the proof is in Frankfort You can easily investigate it Not necessary to experiment remedyProfit a citi zenMrs Time Logic of 527 N St Clair St wife of M D Lagle pro prietor of barber shop near the de pot says For some four or five tohethe irregular action of the kidneys at the samo time caused other annoyingJItried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until learned of Doans Kidney Pills Gayiosdrugloses of this good preparation when myhealththe treatment found my condition so much improved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills For stile by all dealers Price 501 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Doansino GRANTED LEAVE OF ABSENCE Tho congregation of tho Metho dist Church Sunday last voted their pastor Rev C J Nugent a leave of absence for four weeks to enable him to take his Wife who is in miserable health south in hopes of restoring hor His address for the next three weeks will be No 1409 State Street New Orleans LaIt Is earnestly hoped that this good woman may thoroughly recu1 Aerated on this trip SETTING A PRISONER FREE niare none 111Ikiller comes as a liberator Rubbed well into tho swollen stiffened joints it not merely drives away the pain it makes the muscles pliable so that the prisoner becomes a free man There is but one Painkiller etsIThe pale of the farm of the hate Mr Jas M Wood containing 510 acres was imuU on Wednesday in order to make a division of the es tateNotwithstanding the raw and disagreeable weather thero was a good crowd present and good prices prevailed The feral brought 90 per Rare and was bought by Mr Huston Wood ono of the heirs It is ono of the best farms in this county CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con consumptionis patienttooproper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by Gorman Syrup so Is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rost loss nights and the exhaustion Ins to roughing the greatest danger and droad of tho consumptive can tukitlgierulaularly Should you bo able to go to a warmer climo yon will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the fury who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial hottlo 25j regular size 75c At all drug gists yr CARD OF THANKS Liberality of tho New York Life Ins Co In the year 1885 my husband the late Mr I N Salyers took a poi iO 9with the above company for 7500 In 1885 reverses came and he let this policy lapse for nonpay ment of premium Tills policy was virtually dead for nine years as it was never indorsed as paid up in surance the company thereby in curring no liability After my husbands death the company promptlyI paid the claim I desire to express my thanks and to recommend this company to the insuring publicIYours truly- ANNIE E SALYERS aARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a had cough Syrupiteffect a prompt and radical cure J5c oOc and 100 bottle at Paul B Weitzels WANTED A competent reliable practical manufacturer to take charge of our inew plant at Atlanta None but tho best of references will be ac ceptable Answer quick Atlanta iChair Co Atlanta Ga 242t ITHE SEASONS GREAT OFFER You want the most reliable read lug matter obtainable during this i Presidential year The Louisville Herald and The Roundabout meet your requirements exactly You can secure The Louisville Herald Daily Edition for one thirteenisue250 Dally and Sunday Herald 805 lays and Pile Roundabout for 550 Weekly Hernld and Round about for 100 The Heralds reputation for fair and unprejudiced political news is well known Those who are Re pblicans und Democrats and those who are neither con bo sure to ob taro from its columns truthful re ports of all political happenings The otter stated above is the host proposition over made to time people of this community It is the lowest price over asked for a met ropolitan newspaper in combina i t tion with our own During the year 1901 you will want to keep 1i posted to tho minute on political happenings and you can well afford J ll to pay the price asked for this in tformation This oiler is made but for a lim ited time It may bo withdrawn without notice Hero is certainly a bargain Take advantage of it Subscribe now Send money tithe publisher of Tho Roundabout Frankfort FREE TRIAL TREATMENT slowing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMAN H A TTE N THERAPEUTIC BroadwayNow LECTURE k Mr Edward Howard Griggs will give a course of lectures on tho subject of Dante at tho Episcopal + Chapel every other Thursday even ing at 8 oclock tho following dates a 1 Tho Modioval World and Tho Lifo of Dante 2 The Problem of Dante a Iho Inferno 4 limo ltlrgatorsle5 Tho The Beatific Vision March 17th The required amount having boon secured by subscription to bringlMr Griggs to Frankfort tho prico of the single tickets on sale at Mr Guy Barretts nowstand have boon changed to 50 cents Tho Kings Daughters will re ceive all over and above necessary expenses td PERSONAL Miss liiptto Dixon of Parts wns hero rrimrsday Mr Eel 0 Leigh went to Louis vine oil Sunday Mr W R Letcher of Richmond was hero this week Judge W E Settle wont to Bowling this week Mr O T Whitteniore went to Louisville on Sunday Mrs Mary A Wallace of Shelby ttvilla was hero Thursday t Miss Amelia Weitzol has returned a trip to Louisville John B Dryden Sr went on Monday tfrom John Todd of Shelbyvillo in the city this week Lulio Gibson visited real tives at Duckers this week Mrs Jas W Hughes of Wood Jake was in the city Sunday Judge Ben G Williams is In Breathitt county on legal business Mr John C Worsham of Hender son was a visitor here on Monday Miss Christine Bradley of Louis ville was a visitor hero this week I Judge John F Hacer of Ash t4Jand was a visitor hero this week ftCol A D Martin has returnee a business trip to New York f CityMrs A J Hancock of Midway rias the guest of relatives here this week i Dr Len H Hughes U S Army 1Isat home on a three months fur t Mrs Robr Thomson of Ash Jand is the guest of Mrs John Paul Jones Mr Hen V Smith of Somerset was in the city on legal business or Tuesday Mr Thos E Kenney and family f visited relatives in Owen county this well Miss Harriett Darnall of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs S J Shacklefurd Mr Harry W Brow editor of the Covingion Kentucky Post win here this week Mrs John R Walters is visitinp her parents Mr P C Brown and wife in Newport Mr H M Craik who has been the guest of friends in Maysville has returned home Mr Will Morris and wife of Mid- wayI who visited friends here have returned home Miss Lily Gully of Morgantown Is visiting her father Judge B L D Gully in this city- Mr S F Armstrong and family of Bridgeport have moved to Men phis Tenn to reside Mrs Bowen Henry who has boon visiting friends in New Albany Ind has returned home Rev C J Nugent and wife left Wednesday for Now Orleans La to be gone several weeks Dr John P Stewart who has been in California for several weeks has returned home Mr Hugh Finnell who recently I enlisted In the U S Army has been sent to the Phillipines t Mr Thos H Wiard who has been in Oklahoma for some time re turned home on Wednesday Miss Fannie U Mast in was the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Flora Mastin Todel street this week Hon June W Gayle Mr 1 G Hutuhinson and Mr Howard Gavlo of Owentop were hero this week Rev Dr A S Alderman of New was the guest of Mr W H IJowlsnt Wuodlake this week frJI Arnold and family who- have been visiting relatives in Owen county pace returned home Mr Paul M Moose of the Enl Bee was in the city ojj pleasantwi Mr Louis Lanelriun of the Lan caster Record was in tin l lt fjiJonda and made us a plenslllit Mr Atilla C Norman and wife of Beattyville ore guests of his parents Maj IJC Norman and wifeMrs Jas G Bayne of Bagdad hats been the guest of Mrs 140lie B Longmoor huts returned home r Miss Ethel Hubble of Somerset daughter of the late Representative from county was here week Miss Maymo J Caden of George sttOWII who has been the guest of Rose Salender has returned home k Miss Bottle Richardson of- Em inence is hero tilt guest of Mrs f Shelter Richardson Campbell street Miss Florotta M South has again taken charge of her music class at Butler Pendleton county Ken tucky Judge W E Settle attended a meeting of a committee of the Cum borland Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Church at St Louis 102 this week to arrange for a consolidation of the two churches ExHpprosentative Sam W Boo or of Sliilby county fttucoinpanit by Iris notorious laugh was 111L this week Miss Mag lamps of Mt Stalin attnndod the burial of her saute Miss Rotti1 Games in this city on Wednesday Rev John H Kurd In of tH Eden was in the city this week to nttpnd the funeral of his aunt i1iss Bettie Games tits G W Riggan of Lonisvill is spending several weeks with Mrs Fannio G Thompson un Ewing street Mr Morton K fonts wife uncI child of Louisville are guests ut her parents Judge T H Pnynti and wife In this city Miss Jennie Tylor of Lonisvill who has been the guest of Miss HfJ becca Johnson Second street returned hume Tuesday Miss Sheil Darnoll and lIiSH Elise Wnrnockof Lexington who were guests of Mrs S J Shackle ford have returned home Mrs John N Crutcher who has been visiting her daughter Irs Will A Lewis at Harriman Tenn returned home Monday night Mrs Sue Graves who came herewith the remains of her couch Miss Bottle Games returned to Mi Sterling on Thursday morning Mr W A Patton of Catletts burg was here this week Mi Patton is superintendent of the Ashland and Oatlottsburg Watt CoMrs R M Bergman and sot who have been guests of he1 parents Capt IIf West and wife have returned to their homo in Irvine Mrs Sue Graves who has hepn visiting relatives in Mt Sterling came here on Wednesday with the corpse of her Botti Games Mr N Lindsay South teacher or Oratory in the University of Vii ginia and student in the Law Dr pnrtment reports himself well pleased with his field of latior Mr Will Toombs and Mr Cla Bedford loft Monday night for Rill mingham Ala to take position as lightning jerkers with tho Postal Telegraph Co They dont have any better Rev Dr J McClusky Blayno left Tuesday for Pittsburg Pa ns chairman of the Board of Trustee to notify Rev Dr W L McEwai of its election as President of Con tral University at Danville Miss Spicio Belle South will return Monday from a brief stay In Mt Sterling where she is visitinj Miss Mary Tibbs a schoolmate vf hers at the New England Conserva tory of Music Boston Mass We regret to learn that Capt Miko J Pryor was called to Carrol county on Thursday morning by the desperate illness of his mother who has pneumonia Trouble neve games singly Capt Pryor lost hi wife last week Mrs William Cromwell and Mis S Wallace Smith entertained hand Bomely on Wednesday afternoon from to oclock at the house of Mrs Cromwell on South Shelb street There was a large crowd present and a delightful time was had Mr Thos A Keith Mr F O Barkley and Mr IJM McCarty a delegation of Maysvillo Com inanelery o 10 Templar wore In time city on Monday to secure quarters fur their Command err at the approaching Grand Con lave May 181 They made us n pleasant call Mrs Win Cromwell and Mlsi Warmth Wallace Smith entertainer with a most delightful reception at tics Cromwells homo on Shellac street Tuesday evening from ti The allair was in honor of Mr Pow ll Taylor of Henderson and Miss Marie Bonus of Allensville mud other visiting ladles of tin Glcncral Assembly and proved to lo one of the prettiest occasions of the season The house was lav ishly decorated in palms ferns and pink roses und the color scheme of pink and green was carried out in west detail The music was u feature of the occasion being sup plied by the harpists of Louisville In time receiving line were nits Win removed in white Sing twd pearls Miss Smith in white crept lochino Mrs W P Thorne blue link and white applique Mrs Iowill Taylor Df Henderson gra silk and pearls Mrs E C Ward of Henderson gray orer e ele chin and diamonds Mrs lieu FL Niles tit Henderson 1lell silk Mrs lilllCIIIWripe who wore a ported gown of white brocaelee iatin real lace nand eliamonds Iei- gutful refreshments were served Misses Narr Nunn rind Mary Keitl Miles presided at the frappo table piers who assisteel re Mrs James D White Mrs J S Price Mrs James S Darnell Mrs Rnlpl kVHson Miss Alice Blanton Misso Emmie Scott May Cromwell am Lillian Jowls The henirs fur tilt adios were from to n und sovera inmlred called during that time Krom S to the yeumu mon of tits Legislature were attendance cut the bevy of girls present inv Thorne Senators E C Ware tnei R R Italy ami ir lion E piles lent dignity to time occasion FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERF AN UNlTSUAIJCOMPLIlB lITO FRANKFORT EDUCATORS Notification has been received in this city that Prof E H Mark of Louisville has been continued in charge of time Kentucky Educational Display at the Worlds Fair In order to make the display a perfect success and receive awards from the several juries having the matter in charge the following persons have been appointed on the Special Educational Committee Prof Saml L Frogge of Frankfort Prof McHenry R bonds of Owensboro but late of this city Prof Enos Spencer of Louisville Miss Pattio Hill of Louisville and Prof T H Fuqua Sr of this eity It is something unusual for so ninny persons to be selected from a city like ours anti is a gloat compliment to our force ot teachers n4Old mother Nature has never been improved upon sometimes she neeas a little assistance over hard places though But when we assist her the nearer wo keep to her own methods and processes the bettor Sometimes the digestive organs need help we have indigestion Pepsin Is what nature has selected to do time work of digestion in the stomach hence the best help to digestion is ln Time pleasant est and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure wine as combined in Walthers Poptonized Port and sold by J W Gavle Frankfort Ky in that form The port is Itself a valuable tonic Small stir 50 cents large size 100 SMALL FARM FOR SALE CHEAP Situateel about two miles from Frankfort on Raid Knob pike con taining aubut Ilk acres und known as the II Russell Place For par ticulats apply to FRANK CHINN Feb lt tf- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat II Silver Plate that Wears Your Spoons CWSl Forks etc will be per 5 M fection in durability ff beauty of design and brilliancy of finish if l they are selected from ternsT K stamped J 1847- Rogers Bros Remember 1847take no stitute There are other Rogers butlikeallitnitatluns thev lack the merit and value identified with the original and genuine coif Iiarmatlauil CuSucce i- nSW MHNtunsCouu- i Sold by leading everywhere FOR SALE BY lID H SELBERT Leading Jeweler s FRANKFORT COMMANDERY NO 4 KNIGHTS I SPECJTEMPIJARI Eminent Grand Standard Bearer LJos H Ewult of Kiurton under orders of the Grand Commander came here on Thursday afternoon anti that evening held the annual inspection of Frankfort Comman dory No 4 Knights Templar It wits a very pleasant affair cOliIfenedAN EARLY RISER A strong healthy active consti tution depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known asDeWitts Litllo Early Risers not only cleanse the system hut they strengthen the action of the liver and rebuild time tissues supporting that organ Lit tle Early Risers are easy to act they never gripo and yet they are reIsuitACCIDENTALLY SHOT State Senator T T Porter of Webster county picked up an over coat belonging to a visitor at his boarding house when a pistol fell froth the pocket of the coat ex ploding and wounding the Senator in the calf of his right leg The wound is a painful one but by no means serious Surgical attention was at once rendered Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas Kclectric 011 A out Use Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil At your druggists Dr Weavers Syrup Pnriflei the blood Cerate ointment for the kID WA11EDI Mon or women lOCH representa tives for a high class magazine prizesVrltoington Sejiiare New York N Y 244t- pr CmlyB ComlHfon Fowlers are just what a horse needs when in bad onelition Tonic blood purifier and ermifnge They are not food bu uedicino and the best in use to put a nurse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by T W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle c nuatoJtwrvo l tltleeMave QETWGCN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CALifORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN FTAT1ON CHICAGO Oininp nnil Parlor Cars Pplncu Drasvin r Room Sleeper E DACON P A Cur jUI Mill tletIea1M Jouluvll l W fOESTIONJHAVE YOU I If you hnvo Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curingrpeople every day hour You owe it to yourself to give it n trinl You will cnnitnue to suffer until you do try it There is none other cemihinntion of dlprostnnts that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by J W Gayle HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR HIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GOY How about the West or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE You cant got better service FREE RECLINING CHAIRICARS ON ALL EVENINGITRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS ANT ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED ii AS THE OFFICIAL ROUEIFOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Get tim 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 II GEO L GARRETITrav Passgr Agt IJJ JRWTNtGenl Passgr Agt- Louisville Ky Frankfort Uiooinnati BU The Midland Route Loyal Time Table IIII EllVct January 11 1004 f Jl A 1M11A1 KXeJKfT A MIP M No84Noai SUNDAY No81No83 2 i6 Lv D Frankfort Ar 2 16 6 58 Summit 7 12it211 j 001II Elicitor 2 twltzerI 0 i 191i1 Stamping Ground 0 i j 2J Duvall 10 40 0 8Ij Johnson 0 Georgetown r e llj C S Depot f ou Newtown a J 07 8 CentOTillo P 40 5 59 655I t lonnwtH at Georgetown Union Depot with Q CentrairConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L 8i N u r1TIIiP MI Arl1m25720 00tt Lv Frankfort 8 25 Ij 47LvGeor gutoys n Arjl0 6 Cincinnati aol4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUH P M P M Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 b30 Lv Paris Ar aJIAr Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL It B POINTS 2001 60A L Frllnkt 25A 720P 47P 10 A rtll1 625P a S5P BOAt ParLs 5421 liP 42A A 345P 15P A 45A 15P AOymthlants L 602P 17 20P SIP A Richmond L 720A155P IA Cnncnnutti2 55P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pres Genl Supt U P A J 1 t i i s D JOHNSON COSP- ECIAL AUCTION ON MONDAYS FED I5of CHINA AND GLASS On Monday evening at 730 oclock wo will have a recordbreaking sale of China and Glass Every piece of China and Glass in the house will be put up starting the more expensive pieces at half price as usual Any one knowing our stock of China and Glass knows that this is a chance of a lifetime SPECIAL SALE OF NEW EMBRIODERIES Beginning on Tuesday Morning February 16th 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash poIt THOUSANDS SAVED BY t DR KINGS NSW DISCOVERY This wonderful medicine posi CoughsColdsmonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50e1T- rial bottle free 131s of THE LIBERAL ANTS NOTABLE EXHIBIT TO BE MADE AT THE PANAMERICAN Vast Field Covered liy the Kxhlhlt mid the AIvtlmdM to Ii KolliwiU In Ice IIliiNtriitloii tit the lXIIIll4ltlon ut II n Halo Next Summer The building which Is to house the exhibit in uiamiiJicUircs end liberal arts at the 1an AIIlt lean Exposition at Buffalo will be one of the most Im I posing In the splendid group surround ing the Court of Fountains This build lug Is by 550 feet with a central court and having a dome 70 feet In dl ainctcr over the entrance on the south Manufactured products and those lustratlng the liberal arts are so closely timed that they naturally are classified in the same general group and at the great expositions of recent years they have been housed under the same roof Under the general classification of lib oral arts are Included such subjects as those of education and social economy books periodicals scientific apparatus hygiene ami sanitation musical Instru ments public works lIlIlengineering S constructive architecture photograph and photographic supplies medical dental and surgical apparatus and oth er branches of Intellectual activity In deed It is the most progressive and no bio of the tendencies and achievements of this age of enlightenment and civili t zation which are represented in the ex hibits of this division of a great expo sition The work of collecting and classifying the Liberal Arts exhibit for the PanAmerican Exposition Is now well under way and Is in charge of Dr Se Hm II Peabody whose successful han lung of the same division at the great Columbian Exposition of ISM marks theii of such a task The exhibits of the Liberal Arts lira 4sion as well as those of other depart meats will be concentrated mitt repre sentative rather than vast In extent and exhaustive In scope Most gratify- ingt progress has been made since the Worlds Fair at Chicago In methods of 1t education In the public schools univer sides and colleges of the 1nited States and other PniiAmcricnn countries The educational exhibit will give special attention to exemplifying this great progress mill showing the present state Isirepresentlnrr the equipments of schools colleges and universities The exhlMt made by the Inlted States In the Paris exposition will be removed to Puffnlo for the PanAmerican and will be sup pletuentcd with additional exhibits Closely related to the educational ex hlblt will be those In social economy and In hygiene Bud sanitation Under the head of social economy will he In eluded such subjects as charities and correction cooperative associations jfulld trades unions apprenticeship and child labor protection of worklugmon In factories and mines workiiiginens 1dellhl s etc t CASTOHEABears Signature of d t MARRIEB W ASHHAHNIli this city on Wednesday Mr A W Wash and Miss Billie Hahn both of Ander sun county were niarried by Rev Win Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Oliuroh- COXMATTOX In this city on Wednesday Mr W W Cox and Miss Corn Mattox both of Wood ford county wore married by Rev Win Crowe of the Southern Pres byterian Church lJT YBMcC O U E 11A t tho Church of the dood Shepherd on HobertIImariied by Rev Father T S Ma jorGEAHAMOCONNEE At the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday afternoon Mi lames nfl harm of Louisville and Miss Kate 1It1U1IIedMr Graham is in tune employ of the ItC N railroad His bride is the sister of Mr1 lies Connor of this olllco and is a pretty girl SAXDlllJnJU N nIJEYAt the residence of Capt I T West the brides uncle on Fourth Avuiiuc on Monday morning Mr Win HI Sandifer of Altamont Laurel coun- ity Ky and Miss Lydia P Hund ley daughter of Mrs Amanda Hundley of this city were married by Rev M It Adams of the First Jlaptist Church this city Mr Sandifer is said to be a fine young business none His bride is ono of Frankforts sweetest and prettit st young girls- ongratulntguns are extended MARTINHHLETT At the resi dence ot Mr lepthu Hulctt in this county on Wednesday Mr James H Martin und Miss Hindu Elliott were married by Eov John H Eurdin Mr Martin is an industrious farmer and Clover gentleman His bride is said to be a line young woulluli1ho happy couple wont to George town to visit friends on their bridal trip SANDIFHEHtNLEYAfc thou homo of the brides uncle Capt I11 West in this city on Feb Ii at high noon one of the vets prettiest events of this winters season oc curred The uniting in holy bonds of wedlock Mr W S Sandifer ot Covington Ky and Miss Lyda Ihelgroomknown family III Covington Ky whore ho is very highly respected rsIAaccomplished young nachos The house was boauli fully deco rated in ferns pink and white carnations The fair brio wore a gown of white muslin do solo over white silk and carried a boquot of brides roses The handsome veil was a family heirloom The cere mony was performed by Rev M H Adams of the First Baptist Church The happy young couple left on the F it C train for Coving ton Ky where they wore tendered a reception lifter which they go to Altamont Ky to snake their future home where till groom holds a re sponsible position with the Now Diamond Coal Co M j ENTIONIA WORLDS FAIR Electric Automobile Chairs With Absolute Safety ture of the 1904 Electricity is the ExpositIonI will propel the the Worlds Fair In St Louis in 1004 These chairs are a new Invention and are the result of three years study and experimenting by Semple S whoIThe calrs have a uniform speed cf three miles per hour and the operator has no control over the speed flame rate Is maintained up hill fheI hill or on the level The finiplicltv itself and the Worlds IsI visitor may operate it as well as gtiitJe who will accompany hIm if InIdesires The chair takes the form a low phaeton without a cover rhea are four wheels two large rear wherls and two small ones under tae f3t rest All are pneumatic tired Tin sent fs unholstered cane as are seats on street cars and the summer rail way ears Tlehlnd the seat Is a box whirt contains tho batteries whch general tlo power to operate the ma chine If two visitors desire to oc copy the chair and the service of a guide is wanted he can sit on an art instable SNit at tlE rear On the Inside of the c ar Httaco to the nlm is a lever wnich nrts th chair In motion or stops it at the will of the rider A long lover atti csed 10 the front truck has Its handle directy in the center of the chair within casv reach pros ifleslltleilnVnctlinelntheihsure islr l dhvotlon The most admirable feature of entire machine Is the sensitive t1PI which guards the chair on all save at the rear This absolutely vents accidents When the rail crimes In contact with any object oven though it weighs hut a pound it press s against a device that locks the wheels and brines the chair to a dead stop New Mexicos Pavilion at the World Fair is of Quaint Architecture New Mexico s pavilion on the Pla teau of States at the Worlds Fair has been designed after the style ot an old Sp nlsh mission The plans were recently adopted and work on the building will begin at once rhe building will be of staff a story and onehalf high It win pre sent an imposing frontage of 70 feet on one of the main boulevards and will have a depth of 50 feet On entering the New Mexico Build lag one finds himself In a large re ceptlon hall To the right is a room for executive and administrative uses To the left are rooms for the commissions and superintendents of exhibits There will he a ladles anal gentlemens waiting room The building Is designed especially as time headquarters for New Mexicans unt their friends who visit the Worlds Fair anti they will find plenty to re mind them of home Time grounds around the romantic structure will be laid out In typical gardens Splendid specimens of cac tus will be shown and many of the most beautiful flowers of New Mexico will embellish the place conm souse 10 vessels ot the size of the largest steamer afloat time Cedric and there would be room left for the landing stage Has a capacity to accommodate 13 miles of freight cars together with lo comotives and waycars enough io handle them- Arranged as a corn crib would hold nearly the entire crop for two years of New England and New York or half the 05000000 bushels consti tuting the average annual crop of Mis souri Converted into a vast silo and filled would store snag enough to winter many more than the 3000000 head of cattle shown by the last cennurf to bo in Missouri J a LikeI Thisin the sky comes star of health andfamousdentdYSpePtlcach stomachitself dIgestiveor Kodolsupplies Juices of digestion and the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles andmembranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of toe heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membrares of the stom ach and digestive organs THodo1 Dyspepsia ure Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles cry S170 hjj YouIthe trial size which seiis Prepared by E DeWITT For snIp hyr 1V Jaylf tlru- gist It 1iRFshNlAIIVE II 1 Me DONALD DEAD It is with exceeding sadness that we announce the depth of Repre sentative H 1 McDonald of Lou isville Vhlch sad event occurred at his home In Louisville on Thurs day Just a week ago when the Legis lature went to St Louis Mo Mr McDonald who was the peisonifl catinn of robust manhood declined to take the trip on account of his dislike for crowds and exclusions and as he said to us Because of tit grunt likelihood of ones taking cold and contracting pneumonia Little did either he or ourselves illq ine that he would he the first to go with tot very disease he had mentioned He was a genial talented and companionable gentle in a n a n architect of high repute Ills death will cast shadow of sorrow over a largo circle of friends as of whom wo are glad to he num bered and of the legislative body of which ho was a useful memher It is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of unknown com position When a person is really sick till bl physicianOftenrun linen and out of sorts without being actually sick At such times a good common sense digestivu tunic is usually all that is needed Such a tunic is Wai fliers IVpton ied Port which you can get atW Oayles Frankfort It con sists simply of pure Jlurr wine and pure pepsin The first gives you new blood new life t IItJ second prompts a perfect performance of the digestive functions Small size cents largo size 100 t ANNOUNCEMENTSIllinois DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R H to New Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cincinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 in leave Saturday 1200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and through tickets at unusually lSr 4IllaSteatt1all particulars on application OCEAN ST K A M S H I PS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central E H Send for a copySMEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fiiday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or I Kans including a stopover for the Mardi ills also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via tln Illinois Central and Nun Or leans Kntire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining ear service Fascinating tlIcOIIJplete in every letail Illinois Central Woeklv Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and tore Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati ryWtdllusclayfr MARDI OILS This occurs at XII Orleans on Fell nary Ui K1 For it excursion tIHlIlISlocal ticket agent will bo able to advise youNEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in e fleet Double daily service and lust steamheated vesti sleepingclus illliHinhook on New Orleans UULFIOBI2ahI atGulfportiu f Cold has 21 rooms single or lathSteaultolcphoneEnphis and the Illinois Centrals fast sceptngand j1nlltCforillustratedport and the hotel HOT SPRINGS AHiIDirect Pullman Sleeping Car Sor hookdllIihlnhealth and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS mnIwtrio or h addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HA It LOW D P Louisville A1 McDOUGALL D P New Orleans A I HANSON G P A hicagoJNOMomphiJ Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin dIIeMtIo fI I = f TueFranKfortHoimiiaDoir tI = = Entered nt tic i ostoillr at Frankfurt Ken tuhyasderontlrlu s Iltaila Jll Iltuthl GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub 1903rBOY HONORED iFRANKFOR1 Doubt About His Acceptance On Friday last the Trustees of Central University at Danville telected Rev Wm L McEwan D D of Pittsburg Penn as Presi- denti of that University to succeed the late Rev W C Roberts D D Dr McEwan was born and reared this city being a son of the late fin Alexander L and Mrs Mary He started in life as a printer and worked his own way college being an alumnus College He is a young Itthrough fine ability as a preacher a daughter of the late Watson of this cityshe dying a few years ago Dr McEwnn is pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church of Pitts burg Penn one of the largest and wealthiest churches of that denomination in this country Tic con- gregationf have just completed one J of the finest church buildings in the country at a cost of 450000 Dr McEwan now receives a salary of 5000 with largo perquis iiites He also has nn assistant The salary of President of 11Centrnl University is only 8000 f The position is one of great honor but at tho same time great re sponsibility and labor i The Pittsburg people will user every endeavor to prevent Dr Mc Ewan from leaving them It is a very attractive field of labor Grave doubts are entertained as to whether he will accept the ne- position t Dr McEwans host of friends here rejoice at the honors that have A come to him and hope that he may see his way clear to come back to old Kentucky rAGREAT MAN GONE At 040 on Monday afternoon U S Senator Marcus A Hanna of Ohio died in Washington City from an attack of typhoid fever This is a great loss to this coun tryso recognized by all the peo pleHe was a selfmade man and had risen from an humble station to the exalted position he was so ably iIflllin by his own unaided ex ertion Having accumulated great wealth did not make him unmindful of the poor and the humble He was distinctly the friend of the laborer and had bound that class to him with hooks of steel They knew and trusted him and he never be tlUtrhimself for every position lie had been called to fill by earnest tend patient study until t lie held become an authority upon many questions of State He was the devoted and untiring friend of the beloved and martyred Me Kin leyInouncement parts of the The lOUutlIold home ment The country could ill spare such J a Ulan as Marcus Alono Hanna t LKGISLATfVK JArNI IIf Tile Legislature together with al- number of State Juicers and invited l guests left hero on Friday at 2 oclock p m for Louisville where they were served with an elegant banquet by tho Louisville Hoard of Trade that evening At 1280 a m Saturday tier left OUIS1ibodies of the They then attended the formal dedication of tho Kentucky build ing sifter which an elegant tan quet was served under the manage ment of Gov D Ji Francis an exKentuckian and President of the Worlds Fair Commission At 152SWu in of Sunday morning tho excursionists set out on their return journey In duo course the special twill reached this city at i oclock p in Sunday II We wonder If some of the Ito MentalStrain Health 1Doctors Doses Weak Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest tad sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out roomReadl have always been healthy with the ex ception of a touch ofrheumatism since husbandslastnursing husband for nearly three months when he departed this and the mental Asidefrommenced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which stomachforand the dormant condition of stomach hadlittlebed a greater part of the time Within a DrMilesup about the house I continued their use DrMileshayingresults in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the Anti Pain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia their use of a number inalargeRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All dicc sts sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies free book AddressDr didnt think of their heads in the morning and have n very coppery taste in their mouths NO REASONABLE MAN Imagines that n neglected cold eon be cured in a day The uncount able aircells in the lungs are h flamed and the throat is as tender as an open sore Rut time nndI Allens Lung Balsam will overcome consumptionThewill be sound as a new dollar All druggists sell Allens Lung Bal sum MONDAYS BLAZE At 340 on Monday afternoon an alarm from box 18 culled the fire department to the stable of Alonzo White colored on Fowler street The building was a small and shackling affair and was destroyed before anything could be done to stop it although the department responded promptly I UNFORTUNATE The roof of the residence of Mr Carleton W Graham in Georgetown was discovered to bo on fire one lay this week by the driver of a passing coal cart and an alarm given Luckily some carpenters working on un adjoining building canto to the rescue and the blaze ivas quickly extinguished Mr Graham is a former Frankfort boy and the son of Mrs AL Graham AFTER MANY DAYS lIOndU1Isum of X2511 It wits issued to Mr W fMcKean Ilublmrd of Foifc Worth Texas in 1885 by Mr Janus W urer Iate at that time State Treas Mr Hiihlmrd it is suppo ul lint held the check as a souvenir and having recently died his adminis trators sent It to IIi a Farmers Hank Iof this city for collectiunI DIlISlA M ISiWashington Keb IAn order for the first issue of the new Louis iana Purchase Exposition postage stamps which are to be placed on sale at nil pnstofHcos III the United States May has been sent to tin Bureau of Engraving and Printing by Third Assistant Postmaster General Maddun It calls for the printing of i000 of till cent stamps touring the portrait of Robert R Living ston 2sOIH of tho Lcent stamps hearing the portrait of Thomas Jefferson TfiOOGOO Jioont stamps with Monroes portrait tiuthi001 of thencent stamp with McKinleys portrait and IrI1I0- of toe 10cent stamps with a minia tiiU map of the United Status showing the territory acquired by thu Louisiana Purchase 7 THE H BCrlIlil liCliGrr- Iho Slit iurutvciItuyof the Franklin County IJihli Society will ho held on till evenlug of theJSih of this month in till ollthtllIln liyturian Church at T0 oclock An address will be delivered by tilt Rev Dr Patterson of Bardstown one of tho ablest men in the South Presbyterian Church This society is an auxiliary of the great Amer ican Bible Society They publish tho Biblo and sell it at the actual cost of printing and binding Its the cheapest book in tho world This groat society is hampered for tnenns Our own people in all parts of Kentucky are begging for this hook and the isles of the sea Our now possessions in the Pacific Ocean are crying out for this book One of our missionaries in India tolls an interesting story of travel ing through a country whore souse separate books of this precious Bible hind boon scattered being printed in their own language He says the people followed him in crowds saying are you the man with the wonderful book Where cnn we got this book that tells of this new religion We thought there was thousands of Gods but this book says there is but one God Can you let us have tJ is wonderful book Citizens let one null all give liberally to this good cause and help scatter the word of God all over the world NARROW ESCAPE Mr Henry Scearce an employe of the Cochran distillery had a close call on Tuesday While at walk in the slop drier his clothing was caught by a revolving shaft and he was whirled around until his clothing gave way Mr Scearce was painfully bruised but not dangerously it was a lose call Mr Scearce is a clever uHI industrious num- S1EPS UP Owing to the transfer of Mr Will oombs to the Birmingham ofllce of the Postal Telegraph Co young Pat Corbett Jr has been promoted to the place of assistant operator in this city- Young Corbett has been an ern loye of tho olllce for several years md is a fine young man Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world and is still traveling bringing health and comfort wherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm flesh and richred blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own Me stands for Scotts Emulsion of pure cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New 6Oc and SlOO all druggists 1IIPromote9DiestionCheeiful ness andRestContalns OpmmMorpliineBorHtneral NOT OTIC P lDSU1lDB1CBER Anil f i mnJ for tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea Worms ness and LossOF SLEEP Tfic Simile Signature of vNEW YORK thCTCOPYOP WRAPPER i J f rur After their are to serve you We are vehicles of our own make which requires no to the good people of Franklin and having put In a brand new stock of kinds of material and secured the services of tho best the country will both the material and the hest money can buy We have secured tho services of Mr Jrr Milsep Mr John painter and Mr Wm Scearce trimmer These wore by the in its palmv days and the best and wore the host the ever had Our otlmr worknnui came to us well If your vehicle needs or us have it intee you a firstclass job prices We keep on best Eastern work such All of which are Have just received a carload of light Depot Wagons which must be seen to be Tho rubber tires tin while you wait When in dont to drop in see us Very yours J r K WARD Pros C Sooy Trims lKY i Home Phone 133 2ly 1 GOOD FARM FOR A farm 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 cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and the lands of Mr J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office for all and Bladder SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give roleflIu1 one wil cure any ordinary of Kidney or Hladder Trouble Removed Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal EtciHsioun Weak and Liuno Hack lUieumatiriin and all Irregu larities the KidnoyH and Bladder in both men and women Sold tit cents pOI box on the No Curt No Pay basis by mail pottage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug Stores Ky May 2ly CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You j Always Bought Bears the f It Signature I o f The s Kind You Have f Always Bought CASTORIA 4j Tfye Seller Carriage COfJNCOaJO AtECIthoroughly overhauling plant prepared building highclass introduction all mechanics in guarantee workmanship blacksmith Beninger gentlemen employed Company were considered Company recommended repairing painting let and handtheat reasonable as Buggies Phaetons Surreys Depot and Road Wagons AND FRAZIER CARTS guaranteed appreciated best put Versailles fail tojrespectfully i SELLER CARRIAGE CO Inc- H M DROWNING VERSAILLES Fayette r SALEI containing with adjoining barks Kidney GlobesG- uaranteed Cure Kidney Diseases box f Bent Frankfort t I Nave DAILY ExcUhtsioNS II lTo DErriOHTII St Clair Rate Port Huron r IRV the Magnificent Steamraftvf lv re1IrgootoMaclisnnStreetDal1yat 015 arm a trains Returning arrive Week So r bumbysoool aletoDelloit 1unliiniteclroiiiidtiip Ji Bxcuralono t ti Detroit and fturn Week Days Sundoyaysc Tolt Huron and return a delilhttnl two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra Special Rates to SoctttltJ- Coie connections at Detroit with steam I ers for Ituffali he 100 Duluth etc further information see nearest IFor A gent or write TrMgr NDffAoiraoij men rouoo e x WORTH YOUR ATTENTION NEW SPRING Embroideries NEW SPRING STYLES SUITINGSAt special values StylegoalROOM Size Rugs In our Dress Goods Depart First slowing Correct springityd price just what you menteEarly importation ofstyles New effects in skirts CHOICE PATTERNS IN highclass goods Now is theTBRAND Muslin time to get your choice every Underwear has no equal Carpets and Mattings CARPETS W S FARMERAND RUGS HONORED CITIZEN PASSES AWAY On Sunday afternoon Mr John T Gray for ninny years a prom font merchant in this city died at the Kings Daughters Hospital from the effects of a fall about a week ago by which his hip was brokenMr was about 72 years of and was born and reared at In early life he was Lage to the beautiful and ac Miss Ann Mary Saffell eldest daughter of the late Mr Jaties Saffoll who died several jyjrs ago He leaves two sons x Howard Gray of Fogartyl lIe Fla and Mr John T Gray r of Louisville and one daugh j ter Miss Fannie S Gray of this city to mourn his death He was an indulgent father and steadfast friend Ho was a mem ber of the First Presbyterian Church of this city ft The funeral services we con quoted by his pastor Rev J Mc Clusky Blayney D D from the residence of Judge W HS Sneed corner of Todd and Shelby streets on Monday afternoon at 2 oclock placedIby the side of his wife and oldest son who preceded him to the grave several years since CANCER CURED Mr W W Piokett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1001HI had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itching I was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sore leg and through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave mo almost instant relief I decided to continue to use tho liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there Isj not the slightest scar left have I thisthighly recommended iiic fio and 100 For sale by Paul B 1 WeitzelI tIINSPIRATION Writing of BtlIHIIlI know that it was the f famous agnostic Robert G Inger theanov stage of which lias proven an absolute sensation not only in this country but in England and Australia It came about througli a chance Meeting of tho two famous mOil on a railroad journey when Christianity became the subject ol their tall I General Wallace had always been a man of strong religious inclination indeed his splendid description of the appearance of the Star of Beth lehem to the wise men of the desert had been written before this chance acquaintance Tho arguments and claims of the great infidel were too much for till doughty General His senses worn t charmed with tho eloquence and poetical presentation of tho cause of agnosticism but ho was by no moans convinced of its truth The discussion made him deeply reflec tive and led him to make a careful f and exhaustive study of the life of E tho Nazarene Tho result of this research and General Wallaces an swer to Introisoll was Uonllur u work which lots been morn widely road than any other printed volume r save the Sacred Book of Scripture The placing of BenHur on the stage in dramatic form was attended by many interesting circum stances General Wallace had strenuously opposed any dramatiza tion of his immortal work notwithstanding that the late Lawrence Barrett and many other noted thos plans made the request The au thor had always believed in the influenceIhow the could be put into dramatic form without violating the firmly grounded principles of all who be hove in the Christian religion Finally Messrs Klaw Erlanger hit upon a plan which would be perfectly effective and yet treat the subject with all possible respect They conceived the idea of simply suggesting the presence of tho Sa viour by a shaft of pure white light of remarkable brilliancy This suggestion appealed to the General and led to the business arrange mont whirl has been so substan tially satisfactory to both writer and managerBenHur will be presented atI the Opera House Lexington Ky February 22 28 and 24 with a special matinee on Wednesday February 24 The sale of seats for the Ben HurJ engagement opened onIThursday morning February Special attention is being given to mail orders in the order received when accompanied by a remittance and a selfaddressed stamped envelope for reply All requests for seats should be addressed to Chas Scott Manager Opera House Lex ington Ky A CURE FOR ECZEMA My baby had Eczema so had that its head was a solid nuts of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but none seomed to do any permanent good mull I used DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is eared the scabs are gone und the little ones perfectly clean and healthy nndI its hair is growing beautifully lignin loan not give too much praise to OeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Kran Farm or HI nit Ky In hnyingitch Hazel 8nhot look out for counterfeits DeWitts is the original and tho only containing pure Witch Hazel 11J name E C DoWitt Co is on every box Sold by J W Gayle MAD D 0G A T EMVLIjrE- On Monday lrP n Fitzgerald a prominent farmer of thoElmville neighborhood hurl a valuable dog to be attacked with rabies It hi Its owner and numerous cattle and other animals After having his wounds canteried by a Georgetown physfcian Mr Fitzgerald went to Chicago to undergo the Pasteur treatment The fanners in till Elmville neighborhood are very uneasy for lulu of further trouble ECoughs and colds down to the borderland f consumption yield to the soothing ences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars theISiglluture of m lt CONFESSED TO BURGLARY S A Paul the man arrested by ohnrgedIOrator Rucker at Danville while still in jail confessed to having committed n burglary at Ironton Ohio Marshal True had a letter from the authorities at that place saying that Paul was wanted there for burglary Paul was very Unwilling to go to Danville preferring to answer the other charge This looks very suspicious to say the least RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE One Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mu cous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamma tion and heals and soothes the CoughCureoff pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup pleasanttofor young and old Sold by J W Gayle HORRIBLE WEATHER About 9 oclock on Wednesday night a storm of sleet and rain set which soon coated everything with ice to the thickness of half an inch and made walking exceedingly dangerous to pedestrians It reminded one very much of the weather two winters ago when tho Legislature was here when the whole face of nature was covered with ice two inches thick tele phone telegraph and trolley wires were broken and innumerable trees ruined by tho sleet WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience II I can strongly recommend Her bine as a of remarkable etllcacy for indigestion loss of npI PiliIpltntlon SPlrits1Horhlnoas It doses entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going Oil suffering or spending money on orthIHss things theirI Herbine is procurable cheap fiOc a bottle at Paul B Woitzols WHY NOT TRY THE TROLLEY On your next trip between fox ington and Paris or Georgetown Low rates fast time and ears overt hour Bears OASTORJAI of tbU COIUlOgotoJI Co Cars leave Lexington for Paris ovary hour from Ha m to 7 p mIrind at p m Leave Paris every hour front 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cents GeorAlltowlI1Olfexcept II a m p in 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from a in to 10 p m except 10 a ll 12 noon 7 and I p m Y ALEXANDER Otf ProsldntI r r SB NT These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is r to give perfect satisfaction There is no tinytimeright we ask yoiato tell us of it John Driscoll frankfort Ky Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Wines of all ages and kitfds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider The Housekeepers Best Friend IS A Bissaus GUGO Bearing CHHPET SWEEPER R ROGERS Fr SONS IIuiffitd W1NCJJ5TRFACTORY Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the results they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester f Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder j are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT THE LITTLE HOMESTEAD t A Story of Hen rt felt Interest A Play With a Moral The Little Homestead tells a touching stork of human interest story with a moral forcibly told and heautlftil in its pathos It appeals to the finer sensibilities raises the emotions of indignation Borrow pity null applauds righteousness triumphant It is a story which makes one better for the knowing yet n tlllp of such dra ma Ho force and virility that inter est is heightened by every w id every situation The quaint New England setting Isa fitting atmosphere with which iSfhomelike simple roll Then tStmt1S the little homestead a counterpart of which is graven on many a heart and about it are the true characters of every day life who each adds his or her quota in the unfolding of the touuhing and dra matic picture Ono feels at home by that fire side with tho devoted young hus band and handsome wife shudders at thu ontrauce of tlie villian who crosses the happy threshold nod strikes at its sanctity sorrows at i the frailty of the wifu who in a t moment of blind infatuation suc fetimljs to tilt wiles of the destroyer weeps with the disconsolate hus bled and finds hope in the little illshaped cripple to whom the Wife hilts been kind and who now r knows tint his deformed being was created for a purpose Pathos per- vadest when the doors of tho home stead are closed upon the wife and home destroyed flthe sorrow and suflerlug which the unhappy woman to squalid apartments and to dtunkun ftUfO from the man with whom tiShe hits cast her lot ate relieved t by the appearance of tho husband i Who hopes to again lead her back to paths of right Tho threats of death by the brutal paramour have no terror for the wronged husband The little cripple again SOPS and knows It is his hand that rids the homestead of its destroyer Then out ot the blinding New England blizzard comes tho re morsoful wife to tho little home steadto die The ruddy blaze of faceGmade sweet by her husband call her wife hears his forgiveness and in her little homestead passes to rest With its realistic settings and capable interpretation by an un 1usunll talented company the story of The Little Homestead goes straight to tho heart This will he the attraction at the Capital The atre on February 211th A wholesome drama with a moral to tench and with tho homo as its center is a healthful form of enter tainment The Little Home l stead is found such a onea play abounding in heart interest thrilling in dramatic force told beautiful t r4JdJo iai XowISee the HowardDorset Co at Qapital Theatre this evening in The Innocent Sinner VO GELS MINSTRELS John W Vogel of tho Big Min strels is a man after Benjamin Franklins own heart and lives up to the motto If you want It thing well done do it yourself Now that ho is successful ho Ions not bask in the inviting enticement of indolence and delegate the charge of his troubadours to a subordinate 011 the contrary the master mind in minstrelsy commands the com bined forces in person mid will bo Seoul in front whell the hand beirins te play for the noonday parade announcing the performance at the Capital Theatre ARIZONA Much interest will attach to the engagement at the Capital Theatre flutyArizonaMarch 1 When Augustus Thomas wrote Ajabama the ablest critics in A said he had written the best American play On the morn lag of September three of tho best newspaper critics in New York declared Arixona a gieatcr play ip1fereuoete name would indicate is a stage story of the lives and loves of men 1eu1050111domain which is now knocking at the doors of Congress with the de m lid for the dignity of Statehood The characters are typical of tho sturdy civiliation of a new con tiv Can by a splendid old ranch AIJInpiaVnl1uperytempered wife their two beautiful daughters children of tho plains voncered with San Fran sco culture the olllcers and soldiers f a frontier cavalry post these arc the principal types that move and live in a platy sold to be of the best contributions to the A nerieuut static since JUonson Hoivatd und Dion Jionclcault laid stone of that Institutions 1fomldallin The scenes of till play are on a ranch close to the Mexican border and port Grant one of the Tinted States military posts established primal Hy to keep the Indians in a passive condition The dramatic moth is simple and the compllca tiors which lead to the denouement rational Iho young wifu of the colonel many years her ilniolIbeing wearied to the point passingverge of elopement with a most too transparent u villain win n the young of her sister foils tlie plan hut at such a critical moment that he must himself bear the bur den of suspicion or roveal the wifes frailty to her husband who hits been to him almost its a father With genuine manliness bo chooses to shield Cllr woman and awaits the future for his justification By thus sealing his lips lie innocently develops a series of crises that are highly tragic and eventually a catastrophe that halts tho move ment of every corpuscle Hilt when it is nil over and the sun breaks though the heavy clouds one feolsI that in every step of the judgment was sound and his eon duct gallant and heroic Dont fail to witness the last per formance of the HowardDorset Company at Capital Theatio tonight The Innocent Sinner will be the bill Special WANnIcOlin and territories to esItahUIHdfinancial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by cheek direct from buggyfurnishedpermanent Address Blew Bros Co Bldg Chicago 228t 111 fjYk J AGEn tElRISENtAllE DAXGEROlTSTJY11JIJ Representative W C Clark of McCracken county who Is the old est member of the Legislature huts been dangerously ill with pneu monia for several days His son Dante here Thursday and took him to his homo at Paducah His wife and two laughters are also danger ously ill with thin same disease There is lint little hope for Mr Clarks recovery owing to his age- Dyspopsiahuini of human exist once Burdock Blood Bitters cures ltegulates SPRAINED HIS SHOULDER Mr Win Euler tho St Clair street baker and confectioner when delivering bread to his customers on Thursday morning whine the streets were covered with ice was so unfortunate as to fall and sprain his shoulder nJT S Domareo attended to Mr Enlors injuries Mr COIl Kagin of the firm of C Kacin Bro will return Monday from New York where he has been for ten days buying tho stock of Ladies Misses and Childrens Readymade Garments for the new department which will bo added to their store as soon as their new store room is completed Mr Kagin reports having purchased a large line of uptodate Ladles find Misses Suits arid Skirts Shirt Waist Suits Shirt Waists also n beautiful line of Childrens Wash Dresses Ladles Wrappers Muslin Underwear etc Also a big lino of Ladies Neckwear Belts and Fancy Stocks Ho has pnid especial at tention to moderate priced Suits and Skirts and will bo prepared to show the swellest line of ready made goodtf ever shown in this city at lowest prices WSee the HowardDorset Company at Capital Theatre tonight in Tho Innocent Sinner WAXEn Special U Representative in this county rud adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing Salary 121 weekly with expenses paid each Moodily by chock direct from mend quarters Expenses advanced position permanent We furnish everything Address The Colum bin Motion Bldg Chicauo 11- 124Ot OASTOBEABears theIto Signaturoit4 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We art authorized to announce eu11tj1idatnto tho acliim of the Democratic party Dec Ultf COUNTY CLERK We are authoricd to announce N B SMITH Esq as candidate rtlClerkDemocratic primary n2 te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J iAN MOORS as a candi late for jailor of Franklin county subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party at the primary lto FOH RIPHESg TAT I V E Wo are authorixed to announce Mr D OWN ROBINSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the primaryFob FOR SALE A surrey Almost new Apply to JAS W WHITEHOUSE I2t f 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 Mr1 P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office f Itt tt jl P1eiuin t to take r t Laxative NATURESSyrup it Ask Your Doctor And he will tell yon 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 theirsalts are irritating to the intestines JJ LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will hringIabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than IiYour other you have ALL DRUGGISTS triedJUKliAMFVVORMS for 20 Years Has Led allWorm Remefe W 50801 23 Y Dx c Darscrcr = S T sLrapared hy 4181 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway WbeAWoinai IdsDQprssQd l1 has frequent headaches bad uSO or nerveslack ojto sleeu w n aUgonefeeling Itls riot nec8sarily sonic dire female malady Its tlie OverDont fall to Get to ucay your JrujjgJsta a bottle HERDINEand t dlestteoorausttotheirIitluticUon ldnoys feel ou t tho llrt bottle 50 Cents ALl DRUGGISTS m J2RoI PAUL B vEITZEfjCor St Clair it Broadway J DI J C GOODRICH Physician and Surgeon AND RESIDENCE RINUOKD OFFICE over Collins h Hnvinn Hud ware Store St Clulr St Frankfort Ky Olllcn hours in to 2 p to p in to p in Mt nI 3095 Round Trip YIAIQilgeR and Gresot Bout81 FHOM Cincinnati Junction City i And Intcnnnciato Points to all points i- nTexasEast of San Antonin Houston Ft Worth GalU ton Ainarillo IIIl1 nah Vrrnon Brown wood Brady Kookport Stun Angulo Vaco Corpus Christi Alice Korrvillo and all points ill Indian anti Oklahoma TirritorioH Tiokots on sale Manh 1st and Ifjth good Ul days Stop over privileges For information addressG E CLARK T P A Lexington Ky OrW C RINRAKSON G P A Cincinnati Ohio I I di IWAXJED tola oJ thejFIIUlIfort MilifC 1 I 1i SOUTHI NoI1I P J11111lton 830 620 sukfrt UOi 619 ttlbrvillti Ilull f u LonlsvlllA NURTH II1UO YollINo 00lt ouisvllle iHi 600 HIt IDrvll o l28 7ltn 7tOAOur Guarantee p Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy J E M Hour and if for any reason it does not suit you you am got mOIJ hack Your jdprHtllndiug1llinke any Strongr guarantee sl we would Just tell your grocer to send you f E M Flour toduylSold only by grocers and made only by tho 2 j E m muiino GO i IV i i dt tr BEATMS BROWN In Louisville on Tues day Christina Brown in fa lit daughter of Mr George Brown aged two and a half years Th body was brought hero on Thurs day for interment in our cemetery GLASS In this county on Tues dRY Mrs Carrie Glass wife of Mr JoHn Glass aged about 40 years Mrs Glass was a good woman a member of Bethel Baptist Church and loaves a husband eight chil dren and many friends to mourn her death The funeral services wore con ducted byBev 113 Adams of this city at Bethel Church on Thursday morning at oclock after which the remains wore de posited in the family burying ground WILLIAMSIn Lexington on Sunday Mr Georgo B Williams son ef Mr F Marion Williams Aged about 22 years This young man had been greatly 1lfflictel for a long time and death 1I came as a great relief from stiller IIIlng The remains worn brought home un Tuesday and the funeral services were conducted at the residence on Murray Street Tues day by Rev M B Adorns after which the remains were laid to rest by the side of his mother and situ r in our cemetery MORRIS Wednesday evening February 10 1904 James G Mor ris died in Donlson Texas aged el years His death is said to have been occasioned by the effects of a gunshot wound he received while in the Conederato Army Mr Mor j ris is a brother of E H and J IL r Morris of Wood ford county Ken tucky and has been engaged in the mercantile business in Denison for a period of twentyfive or thirty years Ho leaves a widow and two children and many friends and relatives both of Kentucky ind Denison to mourn his loss The interment took place February 12 at the Cavalry Cemetery at Deni lisonGAMESIn Mt Sterling on IJ Monday Miss Bettie Games aged 73 years of pneumonia Miss Games was a former resident of this county and had recently t in conjunction with her sister purchased property on Murray street this city and contemplated coming here to reside She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church She was a good woman beloved by all who knew her She had many relatives and friends here and frequently visited rc thorn The funeral services were con ducted at tho Mt Sterling Baptist Church on Tuesday and the re mains were brought here on the C S O train Wednesday morning and interred in our cemeteryr TOBINOn Sunday Mrs Aniio TobinIt Sr of an tack of la grippe followed by piun mouia aged 51 years October 81 IlOOaa Mis Tubin was tho oldest daugh ter of the lato Mr John Haly and e was a model wifo ant mother de voting herself unreservedly to tho happiness of her family and her neighborsShe a devoted member of tl o Catholic Uhuruh and died in the blessed hope of happiness beyond the grave Tho funeral services were con t ducted by Rev Father Thus S Major from the Church of tho Good Shepherd on Tuesday morning at 9 oclock titter which tho remains l woro laid to rest in tho fancily lot t in our Catholic Cemetery Truly a good woman has gono to IMher reward To tho sorely bereft family wo tender our sincerest sym r pathyt DUVALLIa this city on Mon r day morning Mrs Lucy Foushee Duvall widow of tho late Dr Ben F Duvall of this city aged about 70 years of age of piuMimonia su perinduced by la grippe Mrs Duvalls maiden name was Foushoe She was raised in Wood ford county and in early liCe was married to Dr B F Duvall of this county and resided with him at tho Forks of Elkhorn until he SincekL city i Sho was a member of tho Baptist Church Sho loaves two daughters Mrs John H Stuart and hiss y it f ik SJ t 1li Mary Brown Duvall of this city j und a large connection in Woodford and Fayotte counties to mourn her lentil Sho was an estimable lady Bad health had confined her to hoi homo for several years The funeral services wore conducted from tho residence of her daughter on Wapping street on Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock by Tier M B Adams of tho First Baptist Church after which the remains wore laid to rest in our cemetery FRAZrERrn Atlanta Ga on Tuesday morning Mr Geo E Fra xl or a former resident of this city aged 82 years of pneumonia Mr Frazier was a bighearted and genial man devoted to his friends and family Some ton years or score ago Mr Fraior rented out his place near the Kentucky River Mills and went with his wife to Lexington to live with his youngest daughter Mrs Pauline Patterson Some time last year Mr Patterson re moved to Atlanta Ga and Mr Frazier and his wife went with them Just before leaving for the South he came back to his old homo to tell his friendsgoodby remarking that he did not know that he would ever see thorn again At that time he was tho picture of a robust aiid healthy manhood not appearing over 50 years of age Alas how true was his intuition but before ho crossed the dark rivor many of his old and warm friends had preceded himJudgo- L Hord Capt R C Steele Capt B C Milam and Mr Cyrus Calvert being among the number Mr Frazier leaves his devoted and aged wife and two daughters Mrs John W rr0111 ore of this city and Mrs Pauline Patterson of Atlanta Ga j to mourn his loath Two children Mrs R M Grant and Mr Leo lJ Frazier had preceded him to the great beyond Mr Frazier was a member of tile Presbyterian Church The remains were brought hero on Wednesday and laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery- AIMINISTRAPORS NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the es tate of Harvey Scott deceased to present thorn properly proven as required by law to the undersigned administrator on or before March 20 1U04 or tho same will be barred All persons knowing themselves indebted to said decedent are noti lied to come forward and settle their indebtedness ZACK CHURCH Administrator of Harvey Scott deceased Feb 20lm 7f genuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold In one day I V d iI i Cough I K Economy ECONOMY TO Jfi IIS ollr cough us quick you CUll You save IEd Iscom COlt and danger by MI starting tho curl as soon as the cough starts It pays t- oSns tho remedy that euros Ma qiilukost It pays to use a Iiremedy that is guaranteed MAn remedy will fail onio mEWyour money above advantages are se ecured hr using GAYLES WHITE PINE i EXPECTORANT Wo have made It for NC yours It tins every good JS quality that a cough euro should have It Is pleasant ygforaCeachu ti ran toed 4 M W M GAYLE CO 314 Main Street Qi J W GAYLE Nr Cor Ann and Broadway I Oe If IQt Ar tl Ii fT RELIGIOUSAStENSlON HURlIH4 A H Chitin Hoc tor Sunday Fob 21 HiOt All services will bo held in the chapel Holy Communion at 7550 n in II a in MnrniiiK Prayer followed by Sonnon- 7JK p in Evening Prayer and Sermon Sundayschool at HIIO a in- Lonton services Tuesday and Thursday at 4 p in Wednesday evening at 7HO K veil lug Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M H Adams the Pastor will preach nt a in and 780 p mMorning subject The Happi ness of the Mourner Night subject Social Righte ousness and the Life Eternal The night topic is the second of a series of sermons on the general subject Christ Crucified and the Forces of Modern Life Sundayschool at 945 a in in the chapelIHome Department and Bible Class Taught by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 080 p m in the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Uarsie the Pastor will preach at a m and iBO p m Night subject Some Great Lessons We Learn From the Pioneers Sundayschool at 930 in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in thn chape- lLoalerDr J S Coleman Topic Some Good Ways of Using the Lords Day Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel Topic Missionary Heroes in the Bible and Out of It The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 8 80 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CH URCHRov Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p SundnYfchoolat 980 a m Young Peoples Society it 530 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at730Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at iMO p m Sundayschool at ii p m FIRST PRESBYTERIANC- HURCHRev J McClusky Blayney D D the Pastor preach at 11 a m and iMO p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayer unoeting Wednesday night at 730 p m The public cordially invited to attend METHODIST HtRHRev- C1 Nugent the Pastor being ab sent Rev Geo W Shadoan will preach at 11 a m anti 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a III Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y 1l C A Thoro will be meet ings at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon at the Y M C A for boys at 280 and for men at BIO boys and men are invited TWO SLIGHT RLAZFS- On Saturday afternoon an alarm from box IS called the firemen to the house of Mr Calo Led ridgt on Fourth Avenue where a small blaze on the roof caused damage to about 25 twas soon extin guished Again at 030 p m an alarm from the same box called the boys to a horse owned by Dr S E James on Fowler street whom a like amount of damage was done It was also extinguished quickly CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs W Evans Cloarwater Kan writes My hushand lay sick fur three months the doctors stilted Wu he hodliuiuk consumption Horehound Syrup and it cured him lhat way six years ago and sluice then wo always kept a bottle in the house We can not do with out it For coughs and colds it has no equal2e uOc and 100 bottlo at Paul B Weitols kic r 1y WitiMAM W McKKK i 1 The Yeoman Carriage Co 1 J Tlio 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 tho 4 name of Yeoman Carriage Company in tho warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite the Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with the Into Henry Heimiller established j this business in 1875 and he assures his patrons that tho work he will hereafter do will he on the same high Platte with the work ho and those with whom ho has 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 sonic of our own make We are prepared to build now vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of thom since tho business was established and we can cheerfully guar j antee the work they do J to YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 1J2m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 1 ISHINGLES- i A Cedar 375 per miPoplar 325 per m Cypress 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 200 per m A T- HAMMONDCOSWILKINSON ST LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I No Dall 1501 No 3 Ex 4I 8tutillllllIEx Sued Daily A M A1 1I A II P M Leave Leave IArLAr745I iLedn 0I22 0 ton 1010 BW is 011i 5 V a lIla 1411 Clay City W 8 p Stuntou 8 430 tOOtUi4 fli Natural Uridge SAt 401 1Olk Torrent 441 i4i 9N 5 109 BeettvvllleJunction SM Ij 1140 9t Jackson iIiI RAILVAYI No iDnily Ex Sand Ex Suml Ex Sund IliEX s1I1I11 InIA 1l Lve P M R M Ar PSL Ar 0 It 3i Jackson III 110isiW 1 Lee City 510 1229 71 1S Helechawa 518 139 1217 i15 llJIi Cannel CityI 513 143 Nos mid will mulct close vonncctinn at O k K Junction with Nov 3 and tor points on till Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent J K BARK CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A Illinois CentralI Seventh 8 Fiver Louisville Memphis N O lfd No atII IAi Arrives 745 a in New Orleans Special No e1201 p m Arrives 55 u n- tN11 Local Mall No Lf Jts 720 a in Arrives 4Vi in For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hod elll11l and Hopkinsville lXIIlt no Sunday service to ittowtt and Hougeii at all stations Xo Accommodation No lit Leaves p mrlin 9fw a m For Central City Connecting service toIHodnenvtlle and except Sundav Stops at ell stations All Truths Hun DIIIlI 1 i4 tt 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ticAnyone sonaitiR n Rna quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably note tlons strictly contidentlal on Patents patentsIntoutspedal notice without charuo In tho Scientific flmerican handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrcost etc elation of any sclontlno Journal Terms a year four months bt by all newsdealer YorkBranch t fa a Jrh ttlla lr11lui Theres More ii tltap just good matches when its spent for a t LGET- MATCHEvery box of these famous matches contains a coupon of realvalue to the holder You not only get the surest lightingand most perfect burning of all matches but something to show for your money after the matches are consumed Get Search Light Matches at your grocers and C3vc the Coupons THE DIAMOND MATCH CO ti STAMPING GROUND Mrs Jennie Bond of Now Lib erty visited Mrs Lidn Adams here this week Mr Layton Alsop is very ill with some bronchial trouble Mr F M Smith sold his crop of poundstoround Mr n C Robinson sold his crop of tobacco consisting of 48000 pounds to Mr Patterson of Elm Ville at 8 cents Died Xnar Minorsville Feb 12 Mr Jeff Elliott aged 45 years He WAS a Federal soldier and leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death Rev G W Hill of Covln ton preached at the Baptist Church last Sunday morning and night Rev- S C Humphries will preach at the same place next Sunday We regret to learn that Uncle Jesse Hainbrick has been so MontanaAher leg and hud to be destroyed Uncle Jesses only way of getting shout since he has had tism is in bring helped into his buckboard which was pulled by this In this way hn could drive about his farm and visit his neighbors UNO Often a person puts off taking needed tonic because of the dis agreeable taste of most tonic prep arationsTherefore the ideal tonic should be pleasant to the palate Wal thers Peptonied Port may justly claim the title of the ideal tonic for in addition to being highly agreeable to the taste it is a strengthener of greatest value combining port wine itself a tonic of noted efficacy with pepsin which is agentThis lost vitality and cures nervous prostra tion indigestion and all kindred GayleFrankfortSmall size 50 cents large size 100 t Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp purifies the blood Cerate heala akin eruption OAS TO aXAHearst2teThe Signature of EG arl1 In a- Nickel LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised lottery for the week ending Saturday Feb 0 1904 linker Mrs Alice Holing J F Curtis W H Cave Mrs W A Falise V 2 Ford John rGupee Wiley Harris John flume R E Higgins Mfg Co Hamilton Hurtle Humes R E Hamilton Robert Hall J R Joslin James Morse Drug Co 2 Markeso S Robinson William Rurrell Miss Rosio Rabber Sam Jr Spillman Mrs Robert Swanson Peter Sumond Maggie Smith Burk- Sudduth Miss Goldio Sudduth Miss Monia Stone John- SellglnlUl Mrs Jessie GeorgeSmith Frank Trafton Spalding The Kentucky Yeoman Warner Miss Sallie Woodward Mr Val Wilson Miss Margaret Persons calling for the above Tot ters will please say they are ad ertisod E M DRAKE PM Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of bodyRoansstore 50 cents 4 PERSONblished house in a few counties calling on retail merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses additional all payable in cash each week Money for expenses advanced Position permanent Busi ness successful und Stand ard House 830 Dearborn St Chi cago 10lOt OAS T 0 ABean thoctJl 1of tUU 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 1IooYEAR 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 un er offer must be sent through the Kouiula bout olllco w OLD TAYLOR THE PKEMIEK r F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky L ffff h JoI 1trfIi1iiJbtxJ J WINTERS COMINGJ CARRY t GRATES FIRB BRICK POlBRSITONGS WINDOW GLASS 0 MATCHES TALL KINDS OF HARDWARE tt PAINTS GLASS ROOFING iit AMERICAN FBNCING 1 FRANK G STAGG 10 Ann Street Frankfjr Ky I Strongest in the World is THE Equitable LIFEt 11 ASSURANCE SOCIETYIIT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not bra day but for all time SURPLUS 75752007 the largest total of any Life Co onIEarth In surplus there is strength and from surplus t earnings dividends mire paid Dividends in 1U02 4477 024 more than was paid by any other Co More thin a million a month was paid last year in death claims more than a million a month in living benefits Why nlIowIyour family to carry the burden when the Equitable is ready and willing Assure today tomorrow never comes I shrill be pleased to call and explain our contracts Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY New Fast Train TOiColoradoUTAHANTHE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May Tho now trains will leave St a m daily Tho evening trains to samo 1010 m daily Double daily service- Throullh sleeping car service for SanFran taco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- Crescent Route ShortestRoute AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCLNNA1ICHAIv1AN00 A T LAN T A BIHMINGlIAMSH NEW ORLEANSAND TEXAS PO I NTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter UsE LARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky L ii SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLooisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 No t No 8 am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780i fIIVersailles 1016 042 954 Lexington 1045 710 1030 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1190 740 No No 2 No6 n in p m am Lv Burpin 710 Ar Georgetown B00 700 Lexington 005 445 780 Versailles 025 512 765 Lnwroncoburi 043 540 820 11IIandLexingtonAlso on traits Jsos 5 and Through Obser vation chair car between Louisville Harroda burR and Burgin theSouthsleeping cars from and to Asheville N C via 1Trolnlog Louisville 740 am Through 8rebbetween Louisville and Birmingham via ington and Chattanoogo1 Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 1000pArPrinceton 100 pm 145 amSt Louts 086 pm = No8 r 1JLv St Louts 808 n m Ar Princeton lv8p m Huntinuburg 255 pm Louisville 545m rn 71 am No No22 Lv Louisville P 860 a mjAr Huntingburg 1850 p ml 1145 a m Evansville P Innnm No Nol L Lv Evnnsvillo 7UOa 11n p in Ar Huntinuburg a inI 250 p m J Ar Louisville 1160 u 545 p m I Trains Nos 12 Band run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis vine and Evansville carrying Chair Cars 3elasvine Day trains between Louisville and St Louie info Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Care buffet applyto fH R Spencer S H Hurdwick GB Arian G P FOR SAltS tlf A very desirable two story BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot y KentuckyAvenue be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv J j alent Apply at this 4tf officei T1i Lr