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Digital page images are linked to the text file. txs- THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEHMS 100 In Advance JVOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 8 1904 NO fa INTERNAL REVENUE The followindnro tho assign inonts of storekeepers and gangers for October aa made by Collector Roberts William Tarr Co Lexington John T Gunn day duty A V Combs additional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gauging 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort R Strauss day duty John M Stevenson additional C N Wiard gauging 8H E Pogno Distillery Cot MaysvilloJ S Wallingford day duty Oscar Grigsby additional 1 and bottling C T Asbury adds f tiqjml L 11 Gain gauigng 4W A Gaines Co Frank fortG T Scearco day duty T J Craig additional W H Sneed additional IJU Diggs additional W L Baker bottling W M Saffell gauging 5J E Pepper Co Lexington J lI Walker stay duty W B Anderson additional E F Dar naby additional and bottling J P Hutchcraft gauging i6Poyntz Bros Co Maysvillo W C Syo storekeeper ganger 9S J Greenbaum MidwayJ- P Rogers day duty B S Drake additional R H Davenport addi i tional A Griffith bottling L Lusby gauging 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiser tonC L Hough limy duty JIHutchcraft gauging 11S C Herbst Frankfort A W Nazor day duty G P McCann bottling F G Sparks gauging 14G G White Co Paris N A Moore day duty J M Bur bridge additional W W Cherry bottling J P Hutohoraft gauging IiOld MoBrayor Distillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns day duty F M Cisco additional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gaug t lug24J H Rogers Co Maysville i H C Holiday storekeeper gauger S2J T Barboe Versailles J T Berry storekeeperganger p 83 George Baker Frankfort L L Lemastor storekeeperganger 3iJ H Cochran E Co Frank fortA B Piper day duty J 11 Fraley additional and bottling C iN N Wiard gauging r The twin evils of the Boys Clothing business are poor cloth and poor making Some dealers t think any old thing good enough for Boys Cloth lUgHe dont Thats the reason lots of boys I and youths wear our clothing The best ma terials tho best styles the best things in shoes and fUlnishings for boys A special line of knee pants suits ages 7 to 16 in Norfolks and double breasted coats that will 1Rtnnd tho roughest wear are priced at 5 R R McCLURE SONS FRANKFORTKY 212214 St Clair St l iJ 1 46T E Popper CoJYarnall tonJ A Eastin storokooper gaugor 601Vj Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeperganger- G2 Labrot Graham Frankfort R H Whittington clay duty P G Powell additional anti bottling T L McConnell gauging 53E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort E Craig day duty G T Motmtjoy additional J O Kash bottling T L McConnell gauging iiParis Distilling Co Parisf H R Croxton day duty C T Throokmorton additional J DI Shy additional T M Russell bot tling J P Hutchcraft gauging 91J J 11 Salfell Frankfort W A Hamilton day duty J G Hrawnor bottling F G Sparks gauging 1J6J N Blakomoro Frankfort J A Logan storekeeperganger 105 Mnllins Criglor Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeeper A Gainos d Co Frank fortH S Sinclair lay duty J H Smoot additional L F T Steele additional G W McCon nell additional C H Wickliffe bottling W M Sailell gaugor 113 Geo T Stagg Co Frankfort J L Cox day duty P S Rule additional J B Sams bottling F G Sparks ganging Public Warehouse General Bonded Warehouse Lexington H S For man store keeperganger John W Jowott storekeeperganger Traveling Assignments Gen ral Stol JoeperGnuger Z F Elkin Lexington Brandy Ganger Garland R Bul lock Rectifiers LexingtonStoll d Co The W J Smith Co R S Strador Son J E Pepper CoA G Leonard gaugerMaysvilleH E Pogue L M Gaffln gauge- rFrankfortJ P WilliamsC N Wiard gauger DOWNWARD bOURSE Fast Being Realized by Frankfort People A little backache at first Daily increasing till tho back is lane and weak Urinary disorders quickly follow Diabetes and finally Brights dis eaRN This is the downward course of kidney ills Dont take this course Follow tllA advice of a Frankfort citizen Mrs Amanda Dean of 18 Taylor avenue wife of J T Dean boat man says While I did not personally use Doatfs Kidney Pills I can highly recommend them for the great relief they afforded my eldest daughter who has always so Herod more or less from a weak back ever since a child On ac count of this condition it was al most impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this there was a difficulty with the kidneys which was very annoying and distressing learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at J W Gayles drug store She took them as directed wayHerand stronger and the difficulty with tho kidney secretions was much improved My youngest daughter complained a great dual of her back hurting her too I gave her Doans Kidney Pills and the results in her case as well were most sat isfactoryFor by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffa lo NY solo agents for the United States Remember the name Deans and take no other- 1VAN1EDIndustrious man or woman as permanent representa tivo of big manufacturing company to look aftoi its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and estab lished Salary 20 weekly and expertises Salary paid weekly from homo olfloo Expense money advanced Experience not osson tial Enclosu selfaddressed onvcl opo Oenoral Manager Como Block Chicago r 28t OIJOBEAffem thethe Youjaw Boutin L tf jrlJ Written for tho Roundabout ETHICS OF EDUCATION Second Paper Ruskin in his broad expanse of in dividual thought once said Education is loading human souls to what Is best and making what is be t of them Education lOs not mean teaching the people to know what they do not know It means teaching thorn to behave as they do not behave So indirectly we follow this lino of analysis to a broader and decido with J npotlleslsI every action with its quence forms a whole which cannot be broken Justice is never postponed a perfect equity adjusts its balance in all parts of life every secret is told every crime is pun ished every wrong redressed in silence and certainty What wo call retribution is the universal neces sity by which the whole appears the Divine Nemesis of the spiritual as well as of tho materialistic har vostWhatsoever a man sows that shall ho also reap t If smoke is soon there must bo fire while crime and punishment grow out of one stem cause and effect seed and fruit can not be severed for the effect already blooms In tho cause the end pre exists in the meansthe fruit in the seed Wo are the future representative men and women of Franklin county to conic from if not from the rank and file ot the kingdom of the child How and by and through what means and methods must this class of legislation compulsory which is not enforced be reached The public schools are crowded to death and the public school teacher so harrassed and circum scriber that her daily routine of duty which should otherwise be a pleasure becomes a sounding brass and a tinkling symbal The oftrecurring oxuuse for tardiness and nonattendance is that the child is needed at home It requires money and suitable cloth ing to send tho children to private school and being unable to procure either money or clothing the parents turn the children out into the broad fields of labor or idleness in the country or loose upon the sheets to breathe not only the nausina of a dirty atmosphere but a contaminating influence of a cor rupt association If the habits are formed in this plastic mold of youth the children have a fair show of growing up to manhood and womanhood disqualified by ignorance to accept or occupy any office in the gift of the State and by reason of vicious tastes also ob jectionable to hold places of trust either in city or country But they must be heard What must the an swer be Grave and conscientious questions in the quiet cloister of heart and home in the subpoena of civil judicial and legislative enaoment as well as at the bar of God Thero seems jut at the pros emit moment an evident desire on the part of certain professionals to censure tho theorem of n bill before Congress for a laboratory for the investigation of schools in the study of criminals by anthropolog foal methods The controversy is very interest ing and the datum positively alarming The document on sta tistics etc says The group of States that show the greatest edu cation and intelligence the North Atlantic North Central and West ern also exceed in pathosocial evils as insanity suicide nervous diseases juvenile criminals nd almshoiiHo paupers Tho assumption is deprecated that education and intelligence tend to Increas- social evils and some inconclu Hive reasons for doubting such an Influence in given Yet time statis tical analysis is accepted without connecting links The main interrogatory is whether the insane suicides juvenile criminals and t r t paupers como in a larger ratio from the illiterate and nonintelligent classes or from the more thoroughly educated and intelligent classes The United States census of 1800 shows that the quota of insane in each million of illiterates is nearly double that of the quota from those who can rend and write thn ratio inIstnnoethe whole United Stales was 02 in the million and had risen to 117 inI the million in 1800 tho North A antic division averaged only oO in a million in 1880 and 02 in the million in 1800 Tho North CenI tral division having had 78 homicides per million in 1880 and 80 InI the million in 1800Phesu findings for special graftings prove that education increases crime or that crime increases education Lotus return to the chronology of circumstance the motherhood of desire and the vantage ground of a definite aim and purpose A true mother thinks nothing too trifling that concerns tho betterment of her child she protects in every way possible from the evil and stimulates the good she throq1hlthegrowing days of childhood the enduring years throughI Oh ye fathers Awake blessed possibilities of the hour Inspired by honest conviction take up tho golden thread of oppor tunity and compel the children to attend school Lead them by your lamp of discretion and enthusiasm into the broader fields of learning teach them that life is what wo greatIS COX IXA THOUGHTFUL MAN heRtel111IlliI usual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all drug stores- REGISTERED VOTE The following is the vote as reg istered on Tuesday last October 4 C a zS Prcciucto 3 Voulers 137 180 4 321 Bridge 212 70 12 291 238illiGI 49I112 217 Gaines Stable 829 256ITotals 1170 1664 54 11883 The following is tho registered vote in 1903 z t3 0Precinci 19Voglers 122 171 12 at 3 2HI111 2 8 ISl Guinea Stable 1S4 lU1t 307 Kenneys Mill Iltt ci 141 217 Gas House 72 112 153 Totals nH 717 88 1741 Quite a number of votes will be brought in at tilt supplemental registration before tho county clerk ROBBKOTHE GRAVE A startlinu incident Is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful oomli tion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no bydayme up Then I was advised to use joyoprovement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the onetcents guaranteed at all drug stores Dr Weaver Syrup Punt tho blood Cerate ointment for the akin tf tv 4iJ r F The Women t of Frakfort Know 1That by purchasing from our they can fit themselves out in the latest fashion at a very reasonable costIhere is no reason why a garment need necessarily bo expensive because it is stylish- It is our ambition to place our goods within the reach of every purchaser flf Ladies Nigh Grade ITailored Suits medium length l coats plain or mixed suit ins 1500 to f30 00 tf Tourist Coats tOur best sellers Extra val mica 1500 f 10 1500 Ladies Walking SkirtsiIn all the desirable shades All sizes new styles 500r 750 1000 Furs Furs Over 25 different styles to select from in Boas Stoles Perlerines Scarfs etc Re member what you buy from I uponSpecial 250 fri 3500J Childrens Cloaks I The kind that will hive satis faction We have them in all time new styles und shades Sixes 4 to 12 years Ask to see the ones we are offering at 500 Infants Cloaks You will have no trouble in finding just what you want for tho little one There are are many pretty styles and grades here to select from Cloaks made of Cashmere Henrietta Bedford Cord and Silk extra good values 150 to 750 CaKAG1N BRO 4143 St Clair St at Bridge I I J fcr PERSONAL Mr R G Higdon wont to Owons iboro on Monday Mr SarI E Hutton was in Cin oinnati this week Miss Ada McEwing went to Lou 1isville on Sunday Mrs Jno Walters is visiting rel iatives in Newport LoxHngton MtSterllng returnedfrom visitingzoelatif McBrayords loftiFhursdayfor J2ov Father T S Major wont to Lexington on Tuesday Miss Nan Hammond has gone to St Louis to visit the Fair Mr 1 A Battalion spent Sunday at his old home at Eminence Mr Tos M HeddcMi of Mt Ster ling was in the city yesterday t Mr Simeon Cook of Shelby count was in the city Monday MtIJudge Thus Z Morrow of Som erset was in tho city Wednesday Col Jas A MeA ullfTo spent Sunday with hismother in Lexington Misses Hattie and Emmio Scott 1 liavo returned from Fayotte county Mr C P Chenaulr of Estill county is visiting his family here Mr J Walter Daugherty of In- liana is the guest of friends here nix W L Morris of Alamogordo t New Mexico was hero this week t l Mrs Sam I Johnson has re turned from a trip to New York CityDr W M Merchant and wife of Ironton Ohio are visiting friends hero Mr John M Scott of Louisville was the guest of relatives hero this week Dr J W Jouett of Eminence was the guest of relatives here this weekMiss Laura French left Monday for Cincinnati Ohio to visit rela tives Mr Edward Fennell and wife of Cynthia na were in the city this week Miss Nell Thomas who has been visiting in Louisville has returned Jiome Miss Eloise Booe who visited friends in Lexington has returned home j Mrs r T MInish has returned from a visit to her parents In Owen county Miss Norton of Shelby ville is the guest of Mrs Austin TriplettMr Shields and wife of Louisville have come to this city t Ho reside Jettstthis week Mr W Owen Mcintyre of the Anderson News was in the city this week = Mr G Russell Sneed of St hereEMiss Grace Noe of Louisviller was the guest of Mrs A Umethun n this week tMr M T Lucas and wife have i returned from u visit to New Al bany Iud Mr Jno D Griflin and wife who Shave boon in St Louis Mo have returned home Mrs Clay Hieatt of Shelhyville r was the guest of Mrs J W Marks C Ibury this week Mrs AJ Kendall nnd daughter Miss Cordelia have returned from the Worlds Fair Miss Lucy Rodman and Mrs toward h Taylor havo gone to the Worlds Full Miss Junnita Kipner of Louisville wiu tho guest of Mrs W E Choate this week Mr J D Smith left Sunday for Boston Mass to attend the Epis copal Convention Mrs Jas B Ray who has been visiting at her old homo in Padu ah has returned Hon J W Cammack Senator from tho Owen and Boone district was hero Monday Mr Thos B White of Versailles was in tIN city Thursday attond ing the Street Fair Miss Mabel Weathers who has been visiting friends in Louisville has returned hone u DR EC ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children- f Olden and rcHiUuucu above WEITZBL ODONNELL b3 Mnin St TELElIIOXErt tOld 84 New 136 Miss Vernon M Magoffln of St Paul Minn is the guest of Mrs Sam J Shackolford Mr W B Moro nnd children of Shelby county were guests of rela tives hero this week Mr Price Talyor of St Louis Mo is visiting his mother Mrs R B Taylor South Side Mr C S Snoed and of JudgeWMrs Ernest Bell nee Lily Jones of Lexington was tho guest of relatives here this wook Mrs Ellen Hammond of Smith field is visiting her son Mr A HIHammond and family Ron Lilian H Carter of Law legalbusinessMr P M Blackerby of Ver sailles was an attendant of the Sreet Fair on Thursday Mrs Jno Stigers nnd daughter of Louisville were guests of Mrs W E Choato this week Mr Jas L Bohannon of Versailles was in the city Thursday to attend the Street Fair Miss Eliso Dandridge left Wednesday for Washington City to attend school at Grrnstnn Mrs Austin Triplett who has hebymeJmltro Lewis Apperson of Mt uponthedaughterMissturned from St Louis Mo Mr R Boyd Robertson and wife of Louisville are guests of Mr J Gray McLean Third street Miss Mary Rockwell of Cincin nati is the guest of Miss Noll Marsha East Main street laughtertives at Millville ttiis week GeorgeThomasMrs A Umethun this week Mr H S Kibby of the Inter national Type Foundry Cincinnati was in the city on Thursdav Dr O L Buckmastei and wife of Lexington were guests of Mrs Jno E Milos on Wednesday Mr H C Dunigan of Shelby HtmryPirerMr J F Bonnor of Cincinnati traveling agent of the Adams Ex press Co was here this week Mr Sidney J Gates of Louis LucyRodmanMr Jno S McKendriok and wife of Shelbyville were guests of Mr W J Hughes this week Mrs Guy Briggs and daughter who have been visiting relatives in Lexington have returned home Judge T H Paynter and son Mr Pollock Paynter went to Groenup on Tuesday to register Miss Virginia Chinn who has been attending the Worlds Fair returned homo Wednesday night Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville spout Sunday here tho guest of his mother Mrs W F Barret Judge T R MoBeath left for Louisville Saturday to take his wife to Lexington to visit friends Messrs Carl and Luke C Nor man who have been in Beattyville on business have returned home Mr Frank H Hari and wife who have been visiting relatives at Peru N Y have returned homo Misses Willie and Katie Penn of Steadmantown were guests of Miss Jane Hnydon during the Street FairMiss Fannie and Ethel Mastin of Woodford county were guests of relatives here during the Street FairMr C M Shaw of Tacoma Wash visited his parents Mr Jas R Shaw and wife at Jetts this week Mr W B Randall and wife of Nevada Mo are visiting Mrs Randalls brother Mr A B Ham mond daughterMissvisit to relatives in Woodford countyMr Landon A Thomas of Augusts Ha was called hero by the illness of his mother Mrs Ellen M The mUSe Mr John W Tremero left Thurs day for Rockford Ills whore ho will run Graham Bros distillery this season Mrs P T Evans and Mrs C A Thixton of Louisville were guests of Mrs A Umothun Third Street South Sido Mr Geo F Berry and wife and Miss Cornelia Gordon who have been touring Europe are expected homo today Miss Minnie Tucker was the guest of Misses letters in this city and Mr A G Joffers in tho county this week daughterMissing relatives in Cincinnati have returned home Miss Bottle Richardson of Nash ville Penn who has been tho a tlnr P i 1P l1 l7 4 WE l FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELERI t FLOUREJWII I lsaves you money m run spoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a t special with John Driseoll M Ellwanger and C W Saffell guest of relatives here has re turned home Mrs A R Burnam Misses Sa rah Madge and Marian Burnam returned from St Louis Mo on Wednesday night laughterMissguests of Mrs C C Hazoliigg at the Fleming Hotel Mrs J E P Woodson of Trinidad Col who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W B has returned home orrisI Dr J A Posoy has dental parlors to the room over Dr J W Gaylos drug store corner of Ann nnd Broadway Mr Albert A Stoll jr and sis ter Miss Ruth of Louisville who have been guests of relatives here have returned home LexingtonMrs W G Goodwin Third street during the Street Fair Mr Paul Avis left yesterday for positionInDemocratic Committee Satur1daywont as Inspector General of the Kentucky National Guards daughterMissboon guests of Mrs E L Samuel left Thursday for Louisville Di R P Buckmastor and wife nee Dr Nettie Furrow of Alexandria La were guests of Mrs Jno E Miles on Wednesday Miss McDermott of Paris and Miss Hemingway of Louisville were guests of Mrs John P Han ley Shelby street this week Rev M B Adams returned Sat urday morning from Newby Mad ison county whore ho carried on a successful protracted mooting Prof C J Norwood and daugh er Miss Laura of Lexington wore guests of Judge S W Hngor and wife Shelby street this week Rev A B Chinn Gun Fayetto Hewitt and Mrs Virgil Hewitt left Monday for Boston Mass to attend the Episcopal Convention Mrs Montgomery of George town and Mrs Walker and Miss Long of Covington wore guests of MaJ A M Slack and wife this Walter G Chapman left Fri day night for Warm Springs Va on time advice of his physicians in hopes of restoring his health which is impaired Mrs Virginia Rowdon of Jofler sonvillo Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs W R Choate Mrs Rowdon is 80 years of ago and is a grand mother of Mr Choato Mr W W Longmoor and wife Mrs Lula B Longmoor and Miss Mary Addams of Cythiana who havo been attending tho Worlds Fair have returned home Mr Geo A Lewis who has been quite sick for some time by advice of his physician left Saturday morning for Fayetto county He was accompanied by his wife Mr Will A Lnwis wife and son Will A Jr who have boon visiting her parents Col Jno N Crutchor and wife for several weeks returned homo Saturday morning Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eoloctric OUt Perfectly safe Never fails At any drug store Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat tj1tciQ ilitc Miss E D Giltner Teacher of PIANO aeschetlzky Method And VIOLIN Pupil of Schraduck Lisle mann and Campanari Address care of Roundabout 51tf Horse TimersI Chronographs Split Seconds Five MinuteRe peatersIMinute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI H SELBEHT Leading JewelerES- TABLISHMENT OF NEW STAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owonton Ky Ellectivo July 1st tine following schedule has been established Leavo Frankfort 050 a in Arrive Stamping Ground 722 a m Leave Stamping Ground 800 a m Arrive at Owenton 400 p m Returning Leave Owenton 800 a m Arrive Stamping Ground 400 p m Leave Stamping Ground 048 In Arrive Frankfort 720 p m The following rates of fare will apply Uetwoon Stamping Ground and Owenton 100 Between Stamping Ground and Hosier 75 cents Between Stamping Ground and Bethany 50 cents Between Stamping Ground and Sutervillo 25 cents Between Stamping Ground and Minorsvillo 25 cents S E HUTTON General Passenger Agent Frankfort Cincinnati Railway jJf yJ 4ft I IetJNC j IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered bv the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St IJoulsI0thiKentuckysderson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast flay service between Lou dlreoJIThree daily trains will be in each direction on the safe schedules between and St Iouis followingiLeave Louisville 880 a p in and 700 a m Louis 010 m and 010 p mijustfromern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky Time 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back sent passenger coaches The 900 p m train through will consist of PullmanSeeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars nnd high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in time Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to SttLouis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and 1t the Henderson Route He will have them in stock nnd will be glad lu to wayYou in every reIspent with the accommodation and safe train servico that is offered by this line which has been termed the Olllcial Route for Kentuc- kiaueWoiifTrsIll ll J H SOraEBNJlIIIAY l Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the 4- WORLDS FAIR Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station nt St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct tc the Worlds Fair Grounds J Low excursion rates will be nnl pounced soon I T W CREWS 11 P Lex ftWfCPassenger Agent 234 Fourth AV Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant Gone Passenger Agent St Louis Me t1r1 fJ r SPLENDID ARTICLE Tho Glcnmoro Whisky is distilled at tho Glonmore Distillery in Da VICES county Kentucky which distillery WAS started about 24 years ago by Mr R Monarch and at which distillery for years there wore distilled tho famous brands of Glenmoro The whisky is of tho heavy bodied r Davioss county typo and has always boon a favorite and a good seller amongst tho most discrim inating trade who Insist on getting heavy bodied goods The distillery is located about 136 miles east of Owonsboro Ky on the Ohio river on une of the most r ideal distillery sites in the StatoI 1 In 1901 a vast amount of money was put into the plant in Improvements until it is now recognized by tho trade as one of the very best houses in tho State Tho water supply is very fine and is inex haustible so that whisky can to good advantage be made at the dlsill ery at any season of the year Tho goods have a peculiar charac ter that we have seen in no other whisky and which individuality causes tile customer to stick to the brand and make it very hard for others to try to substitute other goods for it The whisky is distilled on the sour mash survey Tho utmost cleanliness is maintained throughout the distillery in fact tho most delicate plant will grow any where around or under tho fermonters or tho yeast room Tho distillery is operated on a very large scale has an output running from 120 to 150 bbls per day The above high grade good on sale at John Driscollls at 200 per gallonii1m I BIRTHS this city on IHAlULlONIn A C Hamilton Mrs Hamilton Salouder PREWITT In Mt Sterling on Thursday to Mr Henry R Prewltt and wifpa son r NARROW ESCAPE FROM THlIf On Thursday morning Dr Robb Assistant Physician at the Stewart Home was found hanging out of tho second story wlnduw of tho Home caught by one leg under the sash Bo was unconscious and has so rot mained It was at first thought i that he was dead but he was re suscitated by Dr Jno P Stewart and Dr U V Williams who worked with him for quite a while though they could not restore con sciousness Of course It could not be learned how the accident happened His family live in Shelbyville BODY OF INFANT FOUND IN RIVER On Thursday afternoon the body of a white male infant child sup posed to be about seven months was found in tho river near tho Hogo Co coal float Coroner L S Graham was called and took charge of the remains- It is not known whether tho child was living when thrown in the river by Its unnatural parent or whether it was still born and this method was taken to hide the womans shame BAD CUTTING BY BOY On Thursday afternoon two lads y tho name of Ben Cassiday son It Prof J B Cassiday and Lamp n McDaniol son of Deputy U S arshal N I Mo Daniel beoimo I volved in a dilllculty in tho State UBe yard in the course of which t ung MoDaniel out young Cassi T with a knife in the right side t a as4lso t MARRIEB BOWMAN WA LLACE In the county clerks ofllco on Monday Mr Wm Bowman and Miss Sallie Wallace wore married by Rev L n Stuckor SHERIFFHEPPARD In this city on Wednesday Mr Terry Sheriff and Miss Elizabeth Heppard were married by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist ChurchIRAMBOLAWRENCE In this city at tho Baptist parsonage on Wednesday Mr Jno C Rambo and Miss Flossie Lawrence bcth of this county were married by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist church STORKGAINESIn Philadel phia Pa on Friday Mr Arthur Stork formerlyof Louisville and Miss Cordelia Gaines of CrescontII Hill were married Mr Stork is a popular iness man His bride is a pretty and lovable young lady who hasI often visited relatives hero a niocoo of Miss Margaret Rus sell and Mrs M B R Day of this cityBUCKMASTERFURROW Alexandria Louisiana on MonI day Sept 10 Dr Richard P Buck master and Dr Nettie P Furrow were married Dr Buckmastor and his pretty and accomplished bride are well known in this city where they re sided and practiced as Osteopathic physicians for a year or more They are both deservedly popular and their host of friends here ex tend hearty congratulations of tho neck below the right ear and twice in the back near the shoulder blade Dr H M Keller was called and attended to the injuries of young Cassiday He thinks that unless one wound in the back is deeper than at present supposed tho lad will recover A warrant was sworn out for young McDaniel charging ma licious cutting THE LADIES AID SOCIETY Of tho Methodist Church will give a reception on Tuesday October 11 1904 at 7 oclock p m in honor of their new pastor Rev J O A Vaught and family All Methodists are cordially invited BAD ACCIDENT THURSDAY NIGHT Some excited individual in sisted on driving his horse closo up to the platform in front of the Cap ital Hotel on Thursday night at 1080 and when the fireworks with which the performance concludes were set oil tho horse dashed through the crowd running over a colored woman by the name of Anna Grayson who lives on Normal School Hill She was very badly bruised up and hurt Dr A C Fish and Dr H M Keller attended to her in juries tho extent of which how over could not then be told PAUL GETS THERE Our young friend Paul Avis has been appointed to a nice berth at the National Democratic Head quarters in New York City and has gone there to fill it I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed TSignature of t 27 25S i 1t t oit i 1WHIlEAt his home on Holmes on Mr William White an undo of Oflloor J Nov White aged about 80 years Tho funeral services were con ducted from the residence on Wednesday by Rev M R Adams of the Baptist church and tho interment was In tho family grave yard at Farmdale ROEMELEIn this city on Sun day morning Mario Susannah Roemole daughter of Dr E C and Mrs Kate J Roemelo aged fifteen months Thid little bud was lent to these doting parents for a short time to livesIspiritI wore con B Adams from the home of Mrs John C Bridges Third street on Monday morning at 11 oclock A large attendance of sorrowing friends were at the fonoral and burial and showed their sympathy for these sorely stricken parents ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO Frankfort Ky Phones No7IBoth July 23tf DOWN TO FORTY The thermometer dropped down to 40 degrees yesterday nn rning Pretty near frost QUEEN OF THE Out of a total vote of 49231 Miss Eloise Booe received 17106 and was declared Queen of tho Carnival and winner of the 100 diamond ring which will be presented to Hotel II POSITION WORLDS FIRST LOUIS 1004 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Queen Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten days on 60day and day 60day tickets 1285 15day tickets 1165 Coach excursion tickets 830 Coach excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and each week No stopover allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cincinnati e Baltimore Ohio R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton Through tickets from Frankfort Sleeping car reservations secured if advised S E HUTTON td General Passenger Agent WILL YOU ATTEND THE WORLDS FAIR Got the Visitors Guide now tho Worlds Fair and bow to see it when to attend Calendar of Events for each day giving dates of State days patriotic days family re unions special events congresses conventions etc views of all exhibit palaces map of grounds directory of reputable hotels and rooming houses a complete city guide and a world of other informa tion Get posted learn tho streets the town and the Worlds Fair Grounds before you start Avoid confusion and seo the most for your money Write today for tho Visit ors Guide Send 25c Stamps ac Address CO Dep C MO Burling ton Bldtf St Louis Mo 2t if1J OJ2H1 i J COUGH AND CURE THE 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THOMPSON Instructor on Piano Forte RKFEUKNCKGcorgetown College of Music Apply for terms ShelbyStreet NEW PHONE OLD PHONE 59- 5l2m Dr J S Collins DENTIST KyI I1I IDAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO ITo DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron Ba tht Magnificent StamiOf thi Leaving foot of Madison Street DaiTfat A after arrival of morning trains Returning arrive Week p Sundays ooo Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip 8135 Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days i4 1ameals and berth extra Sptctat Rate 1o SocittfiJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluth etc For further Information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0fBtELHAHTrMgrWHOOLOENDJPJL IIe jc r nnnnnnn it CSTOaIABeara theThe lSignature of tGhlll If III == T COUNTY CLERIC riJJVe are authorized to announCEJt Idntecratic party at the primary 19tet FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYI OR Jr as a can IRepresflItaI action of the Democratic party2Ste a FOR RB n PE EXTA rIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of theIVsubjectcratio party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wen authorized ta IU1I10UnCJ envIibttnto thn notion of tho Democratic party Ive IHtf t INTERURBAN SYSTEM Cars Inave Lexington for Parly mI j for Lexli gton every hour from ti a m to S p m told 10 p m evoryhour4eorgetowmforat 8 and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 4 p m Loaves Georgetown at 10 n m Leaves Lex ington for Paris at BJ Loaves Paris for Lexington at 2 p m rntosfor l theater parties and school business and family tickets can be had on application at the companys oflloe 404 West Main street East leninessee phono 610 Home 124JY ALEXANDER President tf iIf rt-il mui d Jt 4 l TfieFranWortRoiiiKiarioiit Entered nt the postotllcc at Frankfort lien tucky as secondclass nmilablc mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCTOBER 8 1904 THE STREET FAIR The Stroot Fair was hold this i week as announced The shows both freo and pay wore a little abovo the average of such affairs Especially the high divo from a platform 100 foot above a water tank only about five feet deep and the spiral ball The balloon ascen sions wore perfect successes and Jio accident happonod to mar them kuntil Thursday when an accident occurred of which on account is given elsewhere The fireworks were up to the average and some of the newest pieces were beautifully and artistically displayedSo as the crowds in attend ance were concerned they were much smaller than any that have attended the Fairs Riven heretofore While there was but little if any public gambling as heretofore we are informed that any one who wished a quiet game could be easily acoomodated The behavior of the crowds during the day was fairly good but the conduct at night was simply outrageous and girls and ladies unaccompanied by protectors were pushed pulled and hauled about in r a disgraceful way that came near on several occasions producing trouble It was promised that there should be no rubber balls allowed or tho- r cane nuisance but no attention was paid to the promises of the man alters and the flour throwing be came so nnnoying that the Mayor was forced to issue a proclamation absolutely forbidding it after which it was measurably abated The music furnished by tho First x Regiment Band Kentucky Na tional Guards and the Carnival Band was exceptionally good especially that furnished by the first named We gravely doubted the propriety of holding the Fair this year and our doubts have been more than fulfilled So far from being of any i benefit to our city wo are con vinced that it was almost an un mIxed evil and we earnestly hope that no other may ever be given There has boon a want of liar k mony among tho managers and a f pulling indifferent directions which would injure a much better cause tjESERvED COMMENDATION Jt during the Fair the Roundabout office was honored by tho First Regiment Band with several of their choice selections I of popular music the rendition of which 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for reelection Capt Herndon is an ablo lawyer and has served as Commonwealths Attorney DISTINGUISHED MEN DIE On Monday last Hon George Frisbie Hoar Senator from Massa chusetts and a very able and upright gentleman died at his homo in that State after a long illness On Tuesday last Hon Henry C Payne Postmaster General of tho United States tiled in Washington City after a long and pnnfulI illness Mr Payne was as one of tho ablest public men of tho nation QUESTION VEST COULDNT ANSWER The late Senator Vest of Missouri usid to say that the hardest question lie ever was called upon to answer was put by tho Rev Dr Stylus pastor of tho Presbyterian Church at Frankfort Ky in which time Senators father and mother held membership Mr Vest met tho clergyman in Missouri and the preacher said Well George nro you yet within tho folds of tho church and do you still ro member time teachings of our god father and mother long since dead anti in heaven whore I soon expect to join them Now what shall I tell thorn about you when we mot about your Christian life your Gully walk and conversation Tho Senator declared that ho felt himself growing polo and ho- walked away without oven attempting to replyliansas City Journal i i COMMUNICATED Frankfort Ky Oct 1001 Tho relatives of Mrs John Jossup 51 in number mnt at her residence about 2 miles west of the city to celebrate the 00th anniversary of her brothers birth J H Masters of Denver Coo who was one time a resident of this city but sent west in 1855 soon after the close of tho Civil War returning in 1810 on a visit was Toro at time inaugura tion of Gov Blackburn and is now hero on a visit for tho first time inI 25 years Tho following are the names of those present all near relatives Mr John Jessup and family Mr W W Masters and family Mr James Steel and family Mrs Dru oilla Masters and family Mrs L E Masters of Cripple Crook Colo Mr Clifford Boucher anti family Mr Melvin Boucher and funnily Mr Clinton McCann and wife Mr Ralph Hukill and family Mr Thomas Gorhardt and family of Louisville Mrs R F Anderson and son of Louisville Mr Geo Gerhardt and family Mr J W Gerhardt of Indianapolis Ind Mr William Snow and wife Mr and Mrs H Hukill and mother Mrs John Fouls and son of Hogo Station Ky Mr Luoien James After partaking of a bountiful feast spread under the shade of a tree they were all placed in position and a picture of this group taken by Mrs LE Masters After listen ing to a beautiful sermon by tho Rev H Hukill and prayer by Clif ford Boucher all separated expect ing never to meet again on this earth but with full hope of mooting in a better world above BIG SENSATION There was a big sensation in Evansville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was ex looted to die loin his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereaf ter effected a complete cure Sim ilar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and 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have established for good work nod fair dealing un or ithe firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman the late Henry Hoimiller Esq in 187G we shall fully maintain in the sevr oral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departments I are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should thoy favor us with their business they are assured of getting tho best work possible We have in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also n nico line of our own snake of its usual splendid qunlity Wo are prepared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles l t YEOMAN McKEE F IOpposite PresbyterlanChurch VERSAILLES KY FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 IItlly fr s FARJVLER 4 fall Suits and Cloaks A suit bought at Farmers is distinctive in character it bears the undeniable stamp of correct style and feelti you nothing here Brown mixed effects i now coat style 1500 1J Paquin model vest ef feet 2500 Tourist style Cloaks ex tra value 900 See The Ardsley The Garrick II The Haviland styles Jaj STAGE ONE OF THE BEST Tho Howard Stock Co which have boon exhibiting every night this week and which will give the last of their entertainments toII night at tho Capital Theatre one of tho best organizations of its character now on the boards Its repertoire is complete full and sustained and deserves the best of patronage Unfortunately the outside attrac tions of the Street Fair drew from the audiences that should have at tended and it was to the great loss of those who failed to attend If all tho entertainments to be furnished by Manager McNarnara are of the same high class and we understand they are wo are for tunate LIBERTY BELLES COMING Great Now York City Success Will Appear Shortly at Capital fheatreIThe best musical play over written by that famous writer of musical comedies Harry B Smith and which continues to pock the theatres wherever it appears is that rollicking mu sisal oomedy The Liberty Belles which has been secured by Manager McNamara and will be seen here at tho Capital Theatre at an early date The music is entirely original of a high order of merit and olected from the latest success of New York productions It is said Mr Berger who controls the rights for this opera had out famousGorganizations as far as pretty girls are concerned and a bevy of more beautiful young ladies have never t seen seen in any one organization The patrons of tho Capital Theatre have a rare treat in storo for them and will doubtless take advantage of it T1VILPLtSHAKESPEARES H NIGHT AS ARRANGED BY AUGUSTINE DALY It is of interest to know that in the present revival of Shakes pearos Twelfth Night tho text is word for word tho same as used by the late Augustine Daly that scholarly and gifted gentleman whos lentil was a loss to the American stage When Mr Daly made his notable revival of this play sonic fifteen years ago ho arranged a special prompt book which by the way is a rare and interesting document When Manager Joseph Shipinan mgagcd Miss Charlotte Burnett for Viola he placed it in her hands t aging as ho did so T hope Miss turnout that in presenting you ith this relic of past greatness 10 ghosts of the greatest American oducer may hover around you to spire your seasons work It would secm that this wish has Jan granted for wherever Miss rnett appears sho is hailed as legitimate successor of Miss than Mr Dales famous star tIr Shipman has surrounded s Burnett with a largo and ca I o company including Mr rgo Soybolt as Malvolio prom Smart Skirts Extremes meet here high style and low price fight shoulder to shoulder for your favor Black blue or brown all wool 500- Mannish mixtures and Cravonettes 8 to 12 inent in the support of Charles Dalton Julia Marlowe nod other known stars Mr F J McCartj asSirToby who was leading come dian with the McCaul Fay Tom EmeliJ0 tress Nell1 Mr Joseph Wilson as Sir Andrew who is widely known for his clever renditions in such plays as The Prisoner of Zencla and Puddenhead Wilson etc Mr Henry Halleck as Duke Or sino who has a long experience notably with Frederick Wardo and Louis James Mr Maurice Stuart as Sebastin whos training for this particular part was under the watchful and artistic eye of Viola Allen Miss Kate Rayo as Olivio recently with Klaw and Erlangers Two Orphans and David Belas cos Sweet Kitty Bellairs Hen rietta Crossman Miss Irene Eckls as Maria who won distinction in Alabama and Arizona Mr John Saphoro as Feste The Clown who has the unique distinc tion of playing Polonius and First Grave Digger 1000 time making a cast tho like of which has not been seen in recent years We are indeed fortunate in securing a per formance by this really excellent organization and just hero we fuel inclined to compliment a large number of our representative citi zens who wore instrumental in securing this company for one per formtmce on Wednesday Oct 12 next Already everything points to a record breaking audience and Manager MoNamara is tanking preparations to accomodato the banner audience of the present the atrical season PILL PLEASURE If you ever took DeWitts Early Risers for biliousness or constipa tion you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse tho liver and rid tho system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tona and strength to tho tissues and or Bans of the stomach liver and bow els Sold by J W Gayle CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR Wo Ire requested to announce that Mr Bourbon Quiro will boa oandidate for the ofllco of Assessor of Franklin county to be elected in 1909 That is the term following the one for which the present can didatas arc interviewing the dear people Somo folks may think this Is rather early for such an entry but Burb says hu wants sure to be in time Hurrah for liBurb CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con ditions in tho euro of consumptionI is very much poor patient and the rich too can do much bettor at proper attention to food lntientI and a regular use of German Freo expectoration in tho is made certain by German Syrup jo is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening dough mud debilitating night sweat Rust less nights and time exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can ho prevented or stopped by taking Gormnn Syrup liberally and regularly Should you bo able to go to It warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives thoro tho fow who are benefited and regain strength aro thoso that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr If you would invest your money wisely you must carefully watch our ads CARPETS A generous variety of patterns a beautiful color range beyond compare and price advantage that stands supreme The Carpet De partment at Farmers is now one of the busiest sections of the store for all of which theres good reason Now effects in Tapestry Brus sels OOc MADE ONE ASCENT TOO MANY The Result Being Both Legs And An Arm Broken Mr J E Moore the aeronaut who had boon making the ascen sions in a balloon each afternoon from the Salondor wharf during the Street Fair succeeded very well until Thursday afternoon al though he had a narrow escape on Tuesday when he alighted on tho Episcopal Parish House The ascension oven Thursday was very pretty but tho balloon was blown by the high northwest wind over tho hill back of tho city school building and when Moore attempted to alight from the parachute he fell in the top of a tree on the farm of Mrs Kate M Williams The weight of the mans body caused the tree top to split and fall and as tho man had fallen to the ground tho tree top fell on him before ho could get out of the way breaking both logs below the knee one wrist and otherwise injuring himDr N M Garrett was called and assisted by Dr U V Williams tho fractures were reduced and later Moore was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital in an ambu lance The mans injuries are very seri ous and the physicians say it will wl111roouver variably overtakes the men who follow tho profession of aeronaut and yet they claim there is a fascination about tho business almost impossible to overcome Excuse us if you please Terra firma is whore we prefer to remain for the present at least PEOPLE BELIEVE IN IT It has been cynically said that anything can bo sold by advertising nowadays This is not so Many liniments have bnen advertised but only one Perry Davis Painkiller has stood the test of sixty years use Today its popularity is greater than ever and is based not upon what anything says but upon what the remedy does There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis COLORED MAN KILLED BY C O TRAIN On Wednesday night about 8 oclock Ohio Patterson a colored roan who lived near the Spring Hill distillery was passing through the tunnel on his way home when the west bound C O train which was belated ran upon and killed him Patterson had been drinking and it is supposed became fright cued and confused and failed to step out of the way of tho train the remains were taken charge of by Coroner Graham- 1AIUABLE j RECEIPT There is groat complaint among our farmer friends of their poultry dying with limber nook Wo have just heard of a remedy which has boon tried with perfect success and hasten to give thom the ben out It is as follows To a half gallon of corn meal add ono to two table spoons full of crab orchard salts tho mass made into a dough This nets both as a euro and a preventive j RUGS This Department has been one of our hobbies We spend a great deal of time in carefully selecting the goodsand believe that this seasons assortment excels anything you will find out side of New York Shiraz Rugs all wool 250 to Axminster Rugs new patterns all sizes 1 to 40 by theres not cover in the entire stock deserves your fullest new in and Satine Special large 4 150 2 and Down Comforts 5 rIf you are interested in the future of your family or in your own old age fill out the coupon below and mail tD KY SPECIAL AGENT OF rTHE THE Name Address Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill buy assurance about at but cost The Indiana the Lake Buffalo N Y to Ohio the historic Lake meet your are hundreds of places in this summer region can with at rates 5 to 8 per week boat bathe out and enjoy in many ways summer life afforded in this summer vacation Quiet Summer Retreats large list places with rates proprietors names and addresses of camp furnished cottages etc will assist place and will be sent by undersigned for 2 cents summer excursion rcs to in apply to ticket agent and if he can not furnish or for any desired address A J Q P T AI Cleve Ian Michigan Ry IS THE OF It you do not buy your until you examine our hightirade Flour and compare prices with others Every sack or barrel guaranteed 216 St Clair St Frankfort lr Catlys Conilliron rowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best 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wa beautifully decorated in plumos- asparagus a and yellow artichoke blossoms Mrs Shaokelford and cousin were beautifully gowned in Saffells carriage was charm ing in pink Also the harness was wrapped with pink ribbon and pink blossoms and ferns were the attrac tive decorations and contained Mrs Saflell Mrs Kenner Taylor Mis Mary Belle Taylor and Mrs J Mor ganOhinn The Misses Epler drove a rig attractively decorated in red whit- and blue and their gowns were also in patriotic colors- Handsomest Baby The baby show took place front of Frenchys restaurant at oclock Thursday anti resulted in Master James Garret Noonan car rying off the blue ribbon Only three entriesPoultry Show 1 pair Barred Plymouth Rooks t 1st owned and bred by Eugene r E Hoge t pair Barred Plymouth Rooks j 2nd owned and bred by Eugene E Hoge 1 pair Plymouth Rocks 3rd owned and bred by W A Goins Special prize for best pair Barre Plymouth Rooks punch bowl t offered by C W Salfell won by i Eugene E Hoge r Hamburgs 1st owned an 1bredby L Suppinger 1 pair Hamburgs 2d owned and bred by A Mauer pair Buff Orpingtons 1st y owned and bred by Wm H Hoge pair Buff Orpingtons 1st owned and bred by Ned Church coop of Single Comb Brown Leghorns 1st owned and bred by W H Hoge pair Single Comb Brown Leg horns 2d owned and bred by J M Vandeveer coop Single Comb White Leghorns 1st owned and bred by W A Glanton r 1 pair Silver Seabright Bantams 1st owned and bred by Marshall prize for best display oft chickens 100 pounds of chicken feed offered by O N Smith d Co CombtLeghorns by Wm H Hoge vPUBLIC SPEAKING We are requested to announce that Col E H Taylor Jr will address the people of this city at the Court House this Saturday It evening at 780 oclock f Everybody invited to attend NOMINATED FOR CONGRESS Judge J B Bennett of Greonup county was nominated on Thursday for Congress by the Republican Convention of the Ninth Con gressional District in place of Hon Sam J Pugh who declined to make the race Judge Bennett has been a member of the Legislature several times- HONORABLE AND INDUSTRI OUS COLORED MAN PASSES AWAY At 5 oclock on Monday morning John Reed Sr died at hie home in the West End aged about 60 years He has an industrious and r1upright man honorable and honest In all his dealings He was a member of the Big Bethel Baptist Church He leaves three children two sons and a married daughter l i e tl to mourn his death one of them being an employe of this office The funeral and burial took placo at 3 oclock on Tuesday aftor noon services being conducted by Rev Dr Payne his pastor- THANKS Mr Geo L Mitchell of the Benson Valley has placed us under obligations for a basket of delight sescopt our for same DESERVED INCREASE IN- s SALARY At the regular church meeting of the First Baptist Church held on Wednesday night upon recommendation of the Finance Commit tee this salary of the pastor Rev M B Adams the able scholarly wasyannumeThis is a richly deserved oompH brilsliant preacher and we congratu 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to bacon barns well watered by large never failinc springs good farm to ropsrlhehouse tobacco farm good land for hay farm also well watered by ponds and never failing well giveninseeding this fall on large farm possession of small one any time Apply to Frank Hewitt at State National Rankor B S HUGHES Frankfort Ky 2tf IDO IT TODAY Irlhe time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow wha UDol1ithacking cough or demoralizing cold Jt with which you have been strug perhapsI SyrupIcough it will undoubtodlrrolievo your use for a few days will cure you 4t completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o AtA all drujrigsts lyr Frankfort Glnoinnati BUIThe Midland Route Local Tires Table In Effect January 11 1904 PMtNoBI r 200 4 Lv D Frankfort Ar 720 3 68 Summit 1117 12 211704 Elkhorn 706 7M2 fiwitzoK 03 6 68 22 Stamping 6 4S 2 229 6 41 7 85 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goodhabitAsk the agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Pees Agt Trav Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY e llllift 1J1llill t9 BET- WEENLouisville ANDChicago BEST TO CALIFoRNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fT AXIOM CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper tiECor 4 th und Market St Louis YlU C 0 TIME TAJILU No 21 INo SOUTHI PI Lexington 8 Sbelbyvllle Frankfort 1iusn 7 Louisville 1100 8 No 22 Nf NORTHii P Louisville 830 SbelDTvllJe 928 Frankfort 1018 Lexington 1116 t I It ti I 8 D r0EN80N coWish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a Ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston We take pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old friends Se D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY J t J RELIGIONS FIRST BAPTIST Rev M B Adams OHURCHlwill at 11 a Sundayschool at tho chapel Morning subject Peace Through BloodEvening subject Faithful Unto Death Appreciation of tho Life of Dr Goo Home Department and Bible Olass Taught E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at 080 In Leader Basil Kenney Topic Some Modern Idols and How to Overthrow Thorn Baracca Bible Class at 945 taught the Pastor Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn rectorSunday October 9 1904 980 a in Sundayschool 1100 am Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon by tho rector Wednesday 730 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will be observed at 1080 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet inlthe Chapel at C45 p in Loader Mr Coy Wells Dayjevening at 780 in the Pride and Humility Tho Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in tho Chapel Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 in- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night 780 m 4Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in Mass 1000 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 7HO p m k FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McOlusk Blaynoy D D the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 045 p All the young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at IM p in The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 a in IJunior League at 8 p mt League at 7 p in Prayermooting Wednesday night tat 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at told I 4 Y M C AMens meeting at 8 fjclock p in Address by Rev T IW Watts i Subject The Source of Young hens Strength Miss Harriott McCluro assisted by n meta quartette will give special music OLD FASHIONED FIST AND SKULL In harmony with the general dis position to get ugly on Thursday two men became engaged in an old fashioned fist and skull fight in a saloon on Broadway The crowd surrounded them and would not let them use any other weapons It was lively you bet BEAUTIFUL BLUE GRASS HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE The handsome newly erected resi dence of Mr Lister Witherspoon situated about midway between Versailles and Midway was destroyed by fire on Wednesday last Wo regret to learn of this misfor tune to this excellent family of hospitable people Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Suocet8tul treatment for blood and skin diseases APPOINTMENTS- Of E H Taylor Jr Candidate for Representative of Franklin County will address the people at the following times and places vi Forks of Elkhorn Saturday Sept 2- 4Flat Creek Saturday Oct 10 Baileys Mill Monday Oct 10 Thorn Hill Tuesday Oct 11 Bloomington Wednesday Out 12 Swallowilold Thursday Oct 18 Peaks Mill Friday Oct 14 Elmvillo Saturday Oct 15 Switzer Monday Oct 17 Other appointments will follow Speaking at 2 oclock p m The contestants for Representa tive and all other candidates are invited r a LikeI Thl sky comes Sthestar of health andfamousdyspepticachthatwhl hItselfdigestiveor Kodolsupplies the natural l Juices of digestion and ij I does the work of the stomach relaxing the I nervous tension while tho inflamed muscles andmembranes of that l organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom 2 ach and digestive organs Kodol Dyspepsia C Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only S 100 Size holding 2K time the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by E DeWIU b CHICAGO gist For saio by J YoGayle drug t IiJ Q GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE TH- EHenderson Route THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS- TOST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY THIS IS Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTFD The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journm HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1IooYEAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL issues publishedSendmall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand JOURNALboth 150This Is for cash subscriptions only All ubsurlntlons offer must bo sent through the Koumlti bout billue J l S titF MALTWHEAT BISCUIT are not a IeThey are aIcrisp and dainty preparation of granulated cereals cooked and sterilized by our pat ented process and are equally suitable for breakfast dinner and supper If1 45 CENTS MEALS 15 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No DailyMis A M Lve P M LVI Stations r PMAr 9a0 II Jackson 880 Junction 112611Wilhurst Hampton 480 10I 8431 City 1222 1228 Cannel City 119 Nos and will make close connection Junction with Nos and points the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM CONLEY Superintendent BARR CHARLES SCOTTlGeneral Manager LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND IDaily Leave MI Stations 11 w 745 Lexington 1010 605 Winchester 620 S56 913 Clay City 439 406 923U Stanton U28I 4SY 483 954 Natural Bridge 162 Torrent SU 1029 Beatty ville Junction 828 615 1180 94Jackson 726I 886 ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutcnei of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USINGI DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle and wife Grocer W Broad Rev Dawson RevJJ ShinglerI President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLESstore sw tt No No Daily SandEx Ex MU LM Ar o iI5 O K 885 41i 152 122 Lee 510 i22 Hetechnwn 518 105 5t 125 tat O a K 3 I for on L J R G P A l j 22 A M A a a f No 3 r Mis INo1 Dally 1- IA M IP M 0 310 825 20 ro 6i 449 651 of New Fast TrainTO Colorado UTAH AND HE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May Tho now trains will leave a in dally The evenin train to Imo points 1010 p in daily Doublo dally service Through sleeping car service for SlnFrnuiisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information cull on or address B T O MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky TOWNSENDtGen Louis r MOij j J i DF STAMPING OROU DI Mr M Honnkor nnd wife re turned Thursday from n several weeks visit to St Louis attend ing the Worlds Fair We regret to learn that Mr Joe Bond tho clover stock trader is very ill with little hopes of recov ery Squirn S B Triplott is deter mined to stop the dangerous practice of shooting pistols on tho public roads H lined Bud Thomas t on Thursday 50 and costs for this t t Offense r Dr IJD Boul1le wife and child t of Windfall Iiul are guests of her parents ir1 W Jameson and wife Married In Frankfort on Sept 28 Mr Zaok Brooking and Mss Bottle Duvall daughter of Air Geo E Duvall were married by Bev O L Powers of Wood lake l Henry Jackson and son colored were tried in the police court Monday on a warrant and fined 8 and 5 respectively The fine tobacco crop raised this year is all safely housed It was feared that the warm weather of I last week would cause house burn but happily that is passed Owing to the dry weather stock1 water is getting scarce 1he Buf ale Spring is lower than for many years and those owning stock have to drive them to LeComptos Run for water Died Sept 20 of heart failure Mrs Permelia Miller wife of Mr John Miller aged 29 years Three r children survive her rue funeral l i services were conducted at the resi dence on Saturday morning by Rev Air Hill of tho Baptist Church and tho remains were taken to Georgetown for burial She was greatly beloved and will be sadly missed Other matters prevented your correspondent from sending a letter for several weeks UNO ONE OF MANY H A Tisdalo of Summertown S 0 suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists wero employed told ninny remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the ninny many cures have been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DoWitts made by E C DeWitt d Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold by J W GayleADVERTISED The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday Oct 8 1904 Baker W L Brown Mrs Nettie Commander of Bacon Post Carlisle Morton Collins Lulie Craig Mrs Mattie E Dilto Henry Dull Martha Elliott Sio Epstein H Evins G E Ettinger E AI Goodnight Mrs G H Harrod Henry Hawkins W J Johnson Leslie Lewis Genevieve AIcAIorrill Mrs Dora f Alillinger Mrs Mary Mortack Tobacco Works MaudlWalker James Walker Maggie y Write Miss Lulie Yaunt Nolie Young Bettie L When calling for these letters please say advertisedE E P M to PERHAPS YOU WONDER If the tormenting cold that made last winter one long misery will be as bad this year Certainly not if you take Allens Lung Balsam when tickling and rawness in the throat announce the presence of the old enemy Do not expect the cold to wear itself out Take the r right remedy in time Allens Lung Balsam is free from opiumI MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all tho salves you overheard of Buoklons Arnica Salvo is tho best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils UlcorsSkin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all druggists FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on request Coufll1ontinloorrespondonce especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives onr references terms etc AiANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC BroadwayN Dr Veiwcrn Treatment Sjrnp purifies the blood Ceratoheals skin eruption ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R B DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 n in leave Saturday 2X p in arriving at Havana Monday morn onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central B R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- AIEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and via New Or leans including a stopover for tht Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of fines Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati overyWednesdny NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with sleeping cars bulletlibrarysmoking car service all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican iu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains sleeping find buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can Celltrnlof the undersigned representatives of the U Central- F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P A OrleansAChlongoJNOAlemph is X5000000CASH a LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums T t1aq o b 19Qu No howNcoj Co cl tffio r JtJ 1- i6tvoul dSECOND YoT COTOLED04 TRGSUAGp Like a Check tike This I We Have Awarded = 2000000 2139get checksthem Fair in I Presidential Vote Contest contestI Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums to one vote The 2cent stamp cov wjh ers our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is recorded Vj You can send as many estU mates as desired Their Grass good cent What cast votes at November In voted nearest in panys prize nearest correct second nearest 250000UiailUPrizes J6000O 100000will be to one Is nearest 20000 100000 100000correct our Fair Presi 20 prizes lOOOOOdentIalVoteContests1800 Prizes 9OOOOO We offer 1500000 Cash Prizes Grocers Clerks Particulars each case Lion CoffeeiHow Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks Everybody coffee you will COFFEE long enough get acquainted with you will be and there other value for the money will take thats why we advertise And we are using our advertising money both usyou Thenfou wewill get a benefit Hence for your Lion Head GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package J LION COFFEE rWOOLSON CO CONTEST TOLEDO 1GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kontmky sonroo is tho liver nnd the fine spirits ever made in the State cculd not remedy a had liver or the producesand a liver the same time Your liver be in fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant eyelightful in your pursuits You can put usingGreensest of all medicines for the and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion has remedyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active thus insure you n liberal of spirits 1 Trial size 25c regular bottles 7i At all druggists lyr Southern Railway For Land the Skv booklet Summer Kesort folder etc two stamp to MR GEO ALLEN ABssitant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mu HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Ky OLD TAYLOR PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYn E H TAYLOR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 7 t V i 1HI l t f a iF t rit will be the total popular vote for President for all can didates combined the election M 1904 M 1900 election 13959653 people 9 for President For correct esti mates received Woolson Spice Com m office Toledo 0 on or before W November 5 1904 we will give first for the estimate prize to the next etc etc as follows 2 each awarded the who 6 Prizes 10 Prizes 10000on both Worlds and 6000u 100000 500 also Special to of 3 uses If use LION to suited is no such no otherand so that of i WE of SPICE DEPT OHIO main all Blue had at must liver It and supply of send B 0 H Louisville THE JR t L 8 In it i SOUTHERN RAILWAY ISt LouisLouisville TIME LineaI Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No No No am pm pm lv LonlAviiln 745 400 7au Ar Shelby villo 910 528 851 Lnwrenoeburg 055 030 085- I0in 042 064 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burcln 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 0INo No No am pm am LvBurcin 711 Ar Oeoreotown 801 7ro Lexington Ro 44i 7m Versailles R2 51Y 7M Lawronroburg 54a A20 720 pln Louisville 840 750 104I All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington Also on trains Nos 6 and Obspr vntion chiiir car between Louisville bury nnd Bur in HftrrOftRI Train leaving Louisville 745 a m South andarrivinK750frim the South through sleeping cars from and to Asheville N C via Knoxville and Morrlstown Trim Train leaving Louisville 70 p in and arriv fag Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping ears Iwtvren Louisville and Birmingham via Lex intrton and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and 8t Lams St Louis Division No No mArPrinceton 100 p in 145 a m St Louis = 050 pm 1S2 a m No8 No IiLvRt Louis a m p m Ar Princeton HnnthLhu7I1808 pm pm 11000 am in Louisville t45p m ili a m No No2J L v Louisville 000 pnirS50 atAr Hnntiiifthure HJlJpJU 1145 m KvunsviUo 1025 p m1 1fOp in No I Nol Lv Kvunsvillo a p Ar Ul1l1tin 1908 a 101115 p in Ar Louisville a pm betweenLouisvilleTreats Nos 0 and run solid butweon Louis villa and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louis ca181withRailwayH GB Allen O PA c J Queen and CrescentRoute ij j Shortest Routed 8 AND j Quickest Schedules GEORGETOWN BETWEEN iCINCINNATI I CHATTANOOGA f ATLANTA 1iBIRMINGHAM H NEW SHREVEPORT ORLEANS IAND ITEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARKS if T P 89 Main Street te Illinois AlSeventh it River Louisville 104Leaves m Now Orleans Special No I ArriveH585pnNoII nForElizabotltownHodgenvillu Sunday service to and Hodge villo Stops at all stations 182LroVOHFor Central City Connecting sorvico HodKcnvillo except Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily