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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT j lfGEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1mms 100 In Advance I VOLT XXVIII1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT J1904 NO 6 Written for tho Roundabout A LITTLE PRAYER I cry to Then my Father oven I With such a bitter human cry For something hold mo I know not why 0 give mo perfect resignation of Thy will With power to conquer self yot loving still Tho faithfulness of prayeroh lot mo bofToday n little child at peace with Thoe Make mo a blessing to the poor distressed And let mo bo a joy and happiness to those who weep Then teach mo tt hat is bust I need a willing mind and spirit sweet To bring my offerings to thy mercy sent Oh Father hear my prayer and lot l me bo p Only alittlo child at peace with Then N S COX tTRIUMPH OF RJ CUrl 7By tlio following clipping ifcwil bo seen that the rur foodJnter1 It national Congress has side of right on several questions submitted to them t The International Pure Food fi Congress at St Louis on Out f a permanent Committee of International Conference as follows Jules Cnrtior Belgium Chair man Dr H W Wiley United States Department of Agriculture i Chevalier G HO Ratl Italy Dr John Salvator Honduras R lJ Allon Lexington Ky A resolution was adopted favor log the restriction of theuse of col- oringt matter in pastry and eon fee tionery to harmless colors and tho- r restriction of tho use of antiseptics Tho Congress nls recommended that all baking powders be labeled and universal standards be adopted r Officers worn elected as follows f President W W C McConnell St Paul I1nn Vico Presidents D NoblC of Hartford Conn C P Sherwood of Dosmot S D and A E Leach of Boston Score taryTreasurer R M Allen Lox ington Ky Executive Committee A H Jones Robinson Ill E A McDonald Seattle Wash Horace Ankeny Columbus BudI Those officers are the State A and Fond Commissioners of thoir respective States The congress indorsed the hot tlfne in bond law in the following resolution Resolved That wo roafflrm the bottling in bond resolution which was adopted at tho St Paul inent lug of tho National Association of State Dairy and Food Department which resolution is as follows Resolved That we approve of tho bottling in bond law as it now stands and recommend that it be modified and extended in any way that would still further facilitate tho distribution of pure whiskey from the distiller to tho consumer The entire night session of Sept 30 was devoted to arguments pro and con on tho resolution Those in favor were Mr Edmund W Taylor of Frankfurt Ky Prof J 0 Lit1 Raoh tho Kentucky State Analyst and Mr Geo P Foodj while Mr Warwick M argued against indorsement Mr Taylor and his forces carried tho lay At tho Congress a paper of Sir Walter Gilby on the Purity nIPortable Spirits created much terest and covered tho at nd oxllHutinlif1the of with tho objects of tho Congress and it stands always for tho purest and best foods wines and spirits Prof M A Scovoll of the United States Food Standard Com mission presided C Kngiii Bro are show lug the best selection of dress goods to be found in Frankfort lowest prices OASaronXA-Bears thoTheSignature 4of u =J I Longwearing Boys Suits i lard to got most any place but here Ours are long wearing made of thoroughly tested malo rials sewed with silk thread have button holes that wont tear cut The tardiest boy can run and jump all he wants to in our suits climb trees too if he wishes und if tho suit dont give satisfactory weara new one free We could nt afford to give a guaran tee like that if wo did nt know 0111 boys clothes wouldwear Guaranteed knee pants suits ages o to 16 in Norfolk and doublebreasted snits at 350 to 750 Long = wearing Shoes II Harder to find even than longwearing clothes but if you have a boy who is especially hard on shoos bring him here and you will be convinced that there are good boys shoes made Snappy styles too and a t variety only instilled by our large output Blizzard Calf Shoe Made of heaviest call loather Blucher style heavy welted soles is just the thing for winter wear sixes IJ 1 to 6 for 300 Kangaroo Calf Shoe This shoe is made of leather that is tough yet soft r jhas extra good oak soles and is a wearer Price 2 XR K McCLURE SON I 212214 St Clair St Frankfort Ky ft1 t 4i 4y itf iiri 1 t J t Ji4JtI t Written for tho Roundabout ETHICS QF EDUCATION Third Paper Ho who helps a child helps humanity With a distinctness which no other help given to a human creature in any other stage of human life can possibly give again so as in the educational scalp of university extension there is brought to bear upon tho minds and the hearts of loading now thought specialists tho ideal train- Ing necessary for certain direct practical methods to be used in tho education of young men and young women capacitating thorn for broader walks of life so in tho kindergarten wo have homo ex tensionthe love and care of nnl ideal homo applied in a direct and practical way to the education of time child In point of fact the kindergarten accomplished with muthod and regularity just what a busy mother can not harrassed by thu many and varied duties of a household dependent upon her caro and keeping Kindergartens wore first established in many of our cities to counteract the homo influence whore the parents wore inimical to thu social development sontI8U today there are thousands whose only opportunity for acquiring knowledge and tho basic element polito culture is to bo found Ini IOf free kindergartens and primary departments of our schools In the report of the Chicago Board of Education tho following valuunle testimony concerning tho influence Ion such children is given At first many children are combative re sentful rude selfish greedy show ing the perverting degrading de moralizing influence common to the undisciplined child A few months training in a good kindergarten snakes those same children neat obedient selfhelpful thoughtful land helpful to others disciplines them unconsciously to right thought and action and lays tho foundation for the development of true men and true women tIA system that hears such fruits cnn not bo too carefully nourished by society and tho people at largo It is wise to cultivate in the chil Iron a habit of being happya hap- pineSS that is earnest and pure though induced by pInyrlhe dreariest surroundings can not conquer or harm one who dwells above thorn in tho golden light of a re frond cultivated imagination Training tho sight only to soo the good and tho beautiful and yet to discover whon how and whom to help anti what and whom to avid To vahiH strength in whatever use it is exerted in climbing walking running or in other ways to hear and give hoed by closing the oars to bad counsol and in obeying the mandate of a wise and good gov ornmont To bo selfreliant is of moro in trinsic value to tho child than spondingIpendence are golden stepping stones whore no harm pan over be fall the child who walks thereon To our imaginations tell us to do spio thu work which is ours to do Tlu n it makes of us common drudges Butif through lovuwe do tho duty that lies nearest our work becomes artistic as well as ennobling the loving idly of our inner and better solves Evil com munications will corrupt good murals and the boy or the girl whoso preference has an oil tend ency is curtain to corrupt by inilu onco tho child with whom ho or she associates Ton lot us prayerfully recall this lost childhood where knowledge truthfulness love beauty goodness faith and charity alono can give life vitality and mechanism to cur work A work for which sumo are Imrn many aro madu mad tho majority have tho vocation thrust upon thorn Wo aro confronted with the fact of groat inofllcioncy on tho part of young teachers graduates though they bo who are called upon to meet tho intollgient demand of lowersdopartments tined to teach without tho reading of an educational treatise tho hear ing of a lecture or any conception of science history or tho great literature of pedagogics lima assumption of youth is ego tism and although It was once thought that good scholarship was an nIl sulliciont preparation for time work of the teacher the vast majority of competent educators backed by tho pratest of sensible parents and public school men boldly challenge such sophistry Teachers must bo trained They must bo wellgrounded in every department of work They must bo broadminded and spiritual in thoughtfor thereby each of us may crow in grace and the knowl sightlovenN S COX October 10 lflU Mannish Suitings in the newest weaves at boo and upwards at C Kugin Bros Glt iJASJ AFTER CASE Plenty More Proof Like This in Frankfort Scores of Frankfort people can tell you about 1oans Kidney Pills Many a happy citizen makes a public statement of his experience Hero is a case of it What bettor proof of merit can be had than such endorsement L G Choate proprietor of thu Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 4JO St Clair street says In almost constant misery during tho day and restless mId sleepless at night from the dull aching cross the small of my hack and through tho kidneys expresses my condition for some years I also sutured a great deal from headaches and spells of Jixxiness and often whon I arose I was almost blind for a time There was a ditUoultv with the kidney secretions which very frequently were very annoying and distressing I doctored and used lots of medicine obtaining little or no benefit until Doans Kidney Pills wore so persistently recommended to me liy a friend that I went to W Gaylus drug store and got a box J tool them us directed and must say they helped me a great teal My bade feels better and stronger I can rest bettor at night anti tho trouble with the kidney se cretions was much relieved As tho result of Doans Kicltll Pills my condition is so much improved that I feel like a new man For smile In all dealers Price 50 cents FostorlIlbulll Co liuililo N Y sole agents for time United States Remember tho name Doans and take no other Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the Wood t Cerate ointment for the akin HAUL DOWN THE BANNERS I1ho SellsiForepaugh Circus has epic soon conquered and skodaddollod but tho evir lasting banners advertising the show for Sept iirt are like the brook that flows on flHeolrlo tho tired eyes of people who havo had to look at them ever ifico August they have become a portent eyesore and a nuisance Haul theme down and burn them uprlhtY are a disgrace to our dry just now HOBHED TUg G HA VK A startling incident is narrated by John Ollv r of Philadelphia as follows was in an awful condi tion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tnii uo coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker dy by day Thrro physicians had J1tlI- mt up Then ttas ItliiHd to mist Elect tie Hitters re my great joy tho first buttle made a dooldrd im provemiiit continued their use 1101 throe s mud am now a well I know they robbed tho Itt of another victim Nn one should fall to try theta Only 50 con ty guaranteed at all drug stores OASTOaXABeara theThe hale Signature of The Women of Frakfort Know That by purchasing from our 1 1themsehpsfashion ut a very reasonable costNThere is no reason svhyim garment need necessarily bo expensive because it is stylish It is our ambition to lilac 1 fourfJVery purchlsr J r Ladies High GraderTailored Suits In the long or medium length coats in plain or mixed nitvjugs 1500 to 8000 I Tourist Coats Our best sellers Extra val ue s foUO 10 1500 I Ladies Walking 6InAll sizes new stylos foOO Ji750 1000 Furs Furs Over 25 different styles toIselect from Hoas StollsItPerlerims Scarfs etc Remember what you buy from f us you can depend upon Spucinl values tit from 250 i t 51500 orC Childrens Cloaks The Kind that will give satis 0 faction Vo have them in till the new styles and shades Size 4 to 12 years Ask to fsee thones we are ollr1l1gjat 500 Infants Cloaks i You will havo tin troultl inIfinding just what von want for the little one There mire aro many pretty styles and grades here tt select from l Cloaks nindo of Cashmere Henrietta lilfttrtl Cord null j tilletrmm good values l Oito 7U r 4 Cm 6 rttkLfttBRO1 i4143 St Clair St at Bridge- L t y = f t PERSONALy Mr D 11 Smith has returned from Boston Mass Mr Jack Estis oG Loekport was In the city this work Miss Mary Gray is visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Samuel T heavy has gone to the St Louis hair Judge W C Herndon wont to- Versailles on Monday Miss Verua Williams wont to Louisville on Sunday Miss Mary Keith seines is visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Ed H Elliott visited friends III Lexington this week Mrs Gpo C Drain visited friends in Lexington this week 1rsTno M Roll moon son have returned trout Louisville Mrs La wren co Cloud wont to Lexington on Wednesday Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby ville was how this week Mr Chas Kehr has gone to St Louis to attend the hair Miss Janie Dehoney is visiting relatives in Georgetown Mr Len A Owen and wife are visiting the Worlds Fair Miss Manraret Reading is visiting in Fayette county 3Rev A C Heasleyof Versailles was in the city yesterday sirA G oilers returned Satur day from Knoxvilie Tenn- Mis Thos Rodman left Thurs day morning for Louisville Miss Frances Lee Tromere is vis iting relatives in Atlanta Ga Miss Annie Alves has returned from a trip to the Worlds Fall Miss Annie Tliomnson visited fiionds in Louisville this week Mrs Jerome Woitel visited rela tives in Louisville on Sunday i5ItodIi Hon George H of Louisville was hero on Monday Mr A Bacon Blanton attended j the trots at Lexington this week Miss Enema Payne was the guest 6of friends in Lexington last week flLtGov W P Thorno of Emi nonce was In the city Wednesday Mr Eugene Craiu of Versailles i was in the city Wednesday night Mrs Paul B Woitzel and baby r are visiting her patient in Lexing ton ThursVFairMiss Ada Scottow left Monday y for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Dr V A Kalonbrun and daugh 1Voricls1tt Fair fCol Sam J Shaekelford and wife the trots at Lexington this v week ills Jas M Wakefiold visited os in Eastern Kentucky this t week 2 Mrs IJ Sherlock of Midway was the guostof relatives here this week Mr Guy II Briggs wife g daughter hart returned from t ington LuxI Mr John T Kearney and of Versailles were in the city on Sunday h Dr Edgar E Hume went to Bal timore this week on professional business Mr Tom A Hall of Bardstown visited friends hero his old homo this week Mr David K ieilries and wife of JaiHSvillo Wis were ill the city this week Col C J Norwood State shine Inspector of Lexington was hero this week Mr Win Montgomery who is at i tending State College was at home 0i Sunday Dr E E Hume and wife have f returned frown a three months tour in Europe Chief of Police Yuba D Mangan attended the trots at Lexington Wednesday 0111 Mr H A Grotter and wife and Miss Cola Voight have gone to the Worlds Fair Mr Cecil Farmer anti Miss Alice Farmer have gone to the St Louis Worlds Fair Miss Julie Hughes is the guest of hog brother Mr Chits M Hughns t in Louisville Col las A Scott mold wife who have hien at Gray son have re 5tnrned borne Sirs C G M iiUiii berg h left Sun day nnining at 1UJS for East r DR EO ROE IELJ Specialist on Diseases of Children I Oflleo told ivsMiiHM nbovo WEITXKL ODONKKLL SM Main TKlKlHONKs Old 184 Ncw J36 k r f Bernstadt Ky and Tyner Ky to attend the funeral of her only sis tot Miss Lilian Towles who has boon at the Worlds Fair has re turned hume Mr Geo Barnes of Louisville was tilt guest of his family hero this week Mr 1V1 Chinn Jr of Colorado Springs Col visited his mother herethis week Miss Mary Loekett of Lexington is visiting Miss Allio Thompson Holmes street Miss Laura French who has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati hits returned homo Hon Edward W Hines of Louisville was in time city on legal busi ness tliis week Mr Lawrence Cloud who has been in St Louis and Chicago has returned home Mr W1 Hughes is visiting his daughter Mrs J T Butler in Bowling Green Dr A A Bailey of the Pastern Lunatic Asylum Lexington was hero this week Miss Talbott of Newport is the guest of Mrs R M Aldridge Broadway street Mrs M A Solbert and daughter Mss Carrie have returned front a trip to Cincinnati Mrs Ellen C Gray of Chicano was the guest of Dr Jno W Gayle and wife this week Mr Mile Day and wife who have boon visiting friends in Lexington have returned home Col W S Dohonoy attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Follows at 1organfleld this week Mrs Kate lipton of Mt Sterling is the guest of her sister Mrs E C ORear Fourth Avenue Judge E C ORear who wont to Mt Sterling on Friday returned homo on Monday night Miss Lila Scott of Nicholasyillo who has been the guest here has returned home sirs M B Adams ford son Charles loft Thursday for Mason county to visit relatives Mr C A Boone wife and son of Glenvillo Ohio aro the guests of Mr Grant L Roberts Dr Edgar E Hume attended the Midland Medical Association at Lawronceburg Thursday Mrs Mary Lou Tremore ami daughter Miss Georgians aro visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Geo P Hippy of Des Moines Towa is tho guest of Miss Todd Sairoll Shelby street Mr Hugh Branch of Louisville who hIs been visiting relatives hero left for homo Sunday Mr J Edwin Grubbs who has been running a candy kitchen here has gone to Paris to reside Rov B F Hungorford of Shol byville was the guest of MrJ L Wasson and wife Saturday Dr E H Black left Thursday afternoon for a visit to his old home at Stumping Ground Mr T Hirer Crockett left Mouthy for Morganflold to attend tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Mr Prentiss ORear of Cincin nati was the guest of his mother Mrs E C 0 Rear this week Mr Con A Nelson has gone to the mountains to buy stvao timber for Messrs W A Gaines tC Co- Mr Hem Wilkins one of the distillery supervisors of the K D it W Jo was hero this weolIMr Jno M Bull wifo Jno M Jr It ft a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Frank G Stagg and wife and Mr Hen M Koonon left Sunday night for the Worlds Fair Mr Nelson HoiTner left Sunday for Bowling Green whore ho will join the Robinson Carnival Co Mr George Finnell of Shelby ville was the guest of his brothel Mr Edward Finnell this ueok Mrs 1V1 Scottow and daughter Miss Mary visited friends at their old home in Midway on Sunday Mrs M B R Day who has been ono of tho Kentucky judges at the Worlds Fair has returned homo Mr George F Berry and wifo and niece Miss Cornelia Gordon who have been in Europe for soy oral months have returned home Miss Mary Watts Brown has gone weddingHofDr E H Black of Louisville came here Wednesday to visit daughter Mrs Helen H hisI Miss Ella Watkins of SlIlithflf who has been tho guest of Miss Grace Morris has returned home Mr Felix Stone of Pittsbnrg Penn was tho guest of his aunt Mr Chas Featherston this week Rev A B Cliinn is attending the Geiroral Convention of tho Episcopal Church at Boston Mass Mrs Kenney of Cincinnati has gone homo after a visit to her daughter Mrs Win B OConnell Miss Eliabeth Haxolrigg Mrs Mary B Bailey and Miss Alice Hradloy have guile to tho Worlds FairMrs E C ORear returned Smut olf Jr i1 t DIJIif r FOR SALE BY M AI SEJBERT LEADING JEWELER I l Dont Mice IiMD stake1t flee fisk cheapast your grocer in Lst for LEADER FLOUR but saves you money in tlong run No f spoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction throe times per lily For sale by the host groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and C W SnlielJ urday night Prone a visit to her daughter Miss Helen at Shelby villo Mr Ed Fennell and wire of Cyn cityforhomo Mr G Russell Sneed of St Louis Mo who has been till guest of relatives here has returned home Mr M Busam and wife who have boon in Europe for some three years returned homo Tuesday night MrsJ Desha Brockinridgo and Miss Julia McDowell of Lexing ton wero guests of friends hero this week Mrs Belle Sanders Allen and Mrs Bourne Owsloy are visiting their sister Mrs O W Thomas in LouisvilleMrs W Saunders of Versailles who has been the guest of Mr J L Wasson and wifo has re turned home Miss Ailio Hawkins of Jotts who has been tho guest of Miss Clara Scott Shelby street has re turned home Miss Nancy Spencer of Jackson who has been the guest ot her brother Mr Toni Spencer returned homo Monday Mr Blake Ti tinny of tho Frankfort Shoo Co loft lust week for his 101tllrlledLouisville were quests of their son Mr John P Hunloy Shelby street this week Mr C G Mntzonborgh was last week at Cincinnati Cleveland ledo and South Reed Indiana visiting relatives Rev Dr J MoO Blaynoy was in Louisville this week to attend tills opening of the Presbyterian Theo logical Seminary Mr Paul Burnain who is attend ing school at Ricbmaud visited his parents Judge A R Burnani and wife this week Miss Vernon M Mneollln of St Paul linn who has been the guest of sirs S J Shackolford has gout tll Lexington Miss Marian Burnain of Richmond who has been tho guest of her uncle Judge A R Burnain has returned home Mrs Thos H Payntor who bus been the west of liar laughter Mrs ir P Fonts at Greenville has returned home Mrs Nellie Stodman Cox loft Wednesday for Paducah to attend the State Chapter of time Daughters of tho Confederacy Misses Bessie Roberts and Irene Norwalk of Sholbyvillo who have been guests of Miss Edith Clioate have returned homo Miss Nellie Egbert of St Paul Minn is visiting relatives here It has been nearly six years since she loft this city to reside Little Gloro told tho truth whoa asked why he left Frankfort Because they dont do anything there but talk polotics and fight Capt W F Dandridge wifo and daughter Mss Eiise tuft Monday for Washington City whore Mss Elise will enter tho Gunston School Mrs Virginia Rowdon who has been the guest of relatives here hIs gone to Shnlbyvillo to visit her daughter tIn Ammonia Hollenbach U S Deputy Marshal N 1 Mo Daniel returned Sunday morning from Atlanta Ga whore he took a II S prisoner to tho U S peniten tiary Mrs Archer Gibson and laughs tot Mss Joan of Springllold 111 i r J 1t i 4jl INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS One of the greatest difficulties which confronts us when sickness enters our homes is finding proper food for the invalid At such times the appetite is abnormally capric ious and most food which affords proper nourishment is not dainty and delicate enough to tempt the appetitei IIMALTWHEAT are the ideal food for such occasions They are a delicious composition of granulated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized and can be prepared in a hundred different appetizing ways Unlike all other malted foods they will not be v Idigested I1i15 rilEALS 15CENTS uy are visiting their cousins Messrs W J and W H Lewis of Wood lakeDr Jno W Gayle loft Monday for Danville to attend a meeting of the Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy of which ho is the Sec rotary Dr J W Hill Superintendent of the Institute for PuebloMinded Children attended time Kentucky Midland Medical Association at Lawruiccburg this week Mrs Virgil Moore of Atlanta Ga who was called home by the illness and death of her mother Mrs John H Triplott loft for hume on Monday moruig Messrs Joseph Wishart and Oscar Morgan who have been in the em ploye of the Frankfort Shoo Co loft Sunday for StJouis Mo whore they will reside in tho future Rev Father ONeill chaplain of St Josephs Hospital Lexington mild Rev Father Joseph Flynn of Klemingsburg woro guests of Rov Father Thos S Mafor on Monday Mr Coo A Lewis and wife who have been visiting relatives in Fay otto county returned be me on Wed nesday Mr Lewis is considerably improved from his recent severe ill ness Dr N M Garrott Dr U V Wil emus Dr J R Jay and 1rL S Columan attended the mooting of tho Kentucky Midland Medical As sociation at Lawrenceburg this week Tho Cincinnati Post hind a cut representing as alleged Cadet Harry J Abbott TL S N son of Mr E E Abbott of this city It was a villianotifi caricature of haudsomo young roam nI DIT P Maus and wife guests of relatives horn Dr nuts holds high rank as a Surgeon in tho regular U S Il His wilo was Miss Annie ltissetl of this county a sister of llrH1 B R Day mold Miss Margaret J Russell Mr Jno lL Rodman and Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville llrIFrank K Rodman of CillcinuutiI and Mr Thos IL Sterling sons of Mr Jos 1J Rod man and wife were hero to a funnily reunion on Sunday last l jF4 tlt li Mr Russell S Penn of George town College who hul been play GNlgetowl1Collnjo i when returning stopped over hero on Sunday and Monday to visit his f paresis Mr hi Ponn and wifo YJtti111tand Mrs Samuel Martin They in company with Miss Llowanna Mar tin left Monday for the St Louis Fair Mr A Fox Rospass and his handsonio wife ol Maysviile have been in the city over since the fun ural of Major Norman under whom Mr Respass served while the Major was State Auditor Jolly Pox is making his homo in Maysviile since ho retired from political life and lie and ills lovely wife come over to our nit every little while to visit frie11ds They like Frank fort and Frankfort people like them You eau buy nice silk oli no comforts and allwool blankets at very low prices ilt C Kagiu Bro MASS MEETING OCTOBER 28 The Superintendents of all the Sundayschools of tho city hold a mooting Thursday afternoon und decided to hold a mass mooting of tho Sundayschools of all tho churches on Oct 28 The mass mooting will be hold at the Christian church Miss Nan oho Leo Fraysor of Louisville will deliver an address and Rev T O A aught and others are also to b asked to deliver addresses FOUND On Switxor pike near that placet pookoIllOvillg11Irolultby calling on- QUINCY M MET Itl1olls of Elkhorn d 3t5I d e1i4tt SPLENDID ARTICLE jrhoGlcnmore Whisky is distilled Glenmore Distillery In Dn county Kentucky which dla tillory was stnrted about 24 years ago by Mr II Monarch doll at which distillery fur yens thorn worn distilled tho famous brands of Glonmoro- Tho whisky is of heavy bodied Davioss county typo and hUH al ways boon a favorite and a good seller amongst tho neat discrim gottiagaheavy The distillery is located about IJ miles east of Owensboro Ky on the Ohio rifer on ono of tho most ideal distillery sites in tho State In 1501 a vast amount of money was put into the plant in improve ments until it is now recognized by the trade as ore of tho very best houses in tho Stato limo water supply is very fine mil is inex haustible so that whisky can to good advantage bo niacin at tho disill cry at any season of tho year Time goods have a peculiar charac tar that we have soon in no other whisky and which Individuality causes the customer to stick to tho brand and Make it very hard for others to try to substitute other goods for it lima whisky is distilled on the sour mash survey The utmost cleanliness is maintained through out the distillery in fact tho most delicate plant will grow any whore around or under tin tormentors or tho yeast room The distillery is operated on a very arm wale has an output running from 120 to 150 bblo per day The above high grade goods on sale nb John Driscollls at 201 per gallon Klm OIWQL7ara4awsl MARRIEDh GORDONADAMSIn this city on Thursday night Mr Wm B Gordon und Miss Mary A Adams both of this city wore mairied- EDWARDSFRA YNE In this city on Sunday afternoon Mr Austin L Edwards and Miss Elite Frayno were married by Esq Gco B Thomson RRUNER J5RANSOM At tho Methodist Parsonage on Out ith Mr C W Pruner and Miss Nettie Bransom wore mairied by Rev J O A Vau ghtIWTLLIAMSLTNDSEY Tho fat lowing explains itself Mr and Mtv Joseph Weisiger I hId soy invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Kitabut h toIMr John Reed Williams on time afternoon of Tuesday the twentyfifth of October one thousand nine hundred audI tour at four oclock olO West Oat street Louisville Kentucky M ST A K A S TO A W A R D We are requested by Mrs R P Popper to state that tho award of tho premium for the host decorated ICinbsrDaughters but to Missus Poppers It is true that tho Kings y tDallghtorH are tho residuary bone 4HeinricH limit it was through thin kindness of thu Misses Pepper who LrdOllntoll the handsome bud It was a very graceful timing upon tlftir part and very gracefully done CLOSE CA LL Mr Bernard G Graham Super ItIntolldollt of the famous Cedar Brook Distillory had a close call while supervising some work on a r building at that place last week A plank ho was standing upon at tho top of tho building slipped and t 111 1 i HARVJELANl Tobacco oil tting isahonfc over and wheat sowing is in full hlnstIMiss Ida SotnonuH has dismissed school for two hocks to nttOlHI tho Worlds Fair Wu wish her a pluas ant journey Mr Leonard Kinith took his do pUturo for tho Wild Wost this wool Mr Charlie Downey tnndo a hnsi ntss trip to Frankfort Tuesday last Mr Philip Thtinnan spent Snn lay lust with Mr II Jllack at lIar purs IlII FerrIUlays with Mr C D Marshall of this place this week Mr Thomas Thnrnian and son wont fishing to tho mouth of Stoney Crook Wednesday last Mr Thomas Pt tOIl Jr and wife were tho guests of Mr Dennis Thtinnan and wife Monday last Mr F C JJrawner and wife spent Tuesday last with relatives in Frankfort Miss Fannie Johnson of Louisville has boon visiting relatives in our town this wool Mr W H Lewis was the guest of Mr Thomas Goins and family Thursday viI1lierifts Wheatly and daughter of Walnut Grove Owen county are Mrs ConkIthis week The speaking at Harvieland Wed nosdeay night was largely Died At time hone of Mrs Albert Anderson of attondodI tlon mho funeral conducted on Tuesday at burying ground near Jacksonville Dlop The little Infant daughter of Mr Wilton Pierce of brain lover hefuneral took plauo on Monday at Antioch Church EVERYBODYS FIUEN1 TO h ho was making a rapid descent to tho ground some thirty foot bolow when he succeeded in catching to a cross beam and thus saving him self front a disastrous fall a GOOD FOR CHILDREN tarnlessinstant relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrlppe because it does not pass immediately into tho stomach but takes fleet right at tho seat of thu trouble It draws out the in lamination heals and soothes nile cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifususruining oxygen to the blood andttissues Sold by 1 W Gayle COMES RACK HOME TO RE SIDE Mr Jas W Slmekloford of Lox ington who lived hero fur many years and married here has de milled to come back to this county to live and has routed tho flue form of Mrs Ruth Hall near Bridgeport and will take posses sion at once Mr Shackleford pays per annum for tho place His wife is a sister of Mrs U Todd Crntcher and Mrs M H MoKinnoy null a niece to Mr Jesse P Williams WHOOPING 1JI UP AVho else could do it hut us and olVer for ono wok Saturday October 15 and ending Friday October 21 Best Coal Oil Oca gn lion limit 5 gallons packages Arhucklos Collee for 25c limit 4 packages 2 bars Lenox Soap foroe limit 10 bars IS Ibs Granulated Sugar for jn That ought to be enough to gtt a move on yourself You dOll t have to buy any china or glassware Deal with us and have it given to you free of charge We give Premium Tickets frithall except sugar and spe cials TIlE BLUE GRASS GROCERY Both phonos iIt f6L jj 1 JYo 1 cZ t I BIRTHS T4ONOTn this city on Sunday to Mr Davis Long and wifo a laughterOCONNEIf4fn this ci tyn Monday to Mr Win It OConnell and wlfOu su- nhA11ifEIGIffn this city on Monday to Mr Diniol Fnirloigh and wifoa 50- 11SHEI7iNGI11in this city on Monday to Mr Dan Schoitinger and wifeIl suit f1jHughLODGED IN JAIL HERE Eugene Jones the colored man who escaped from jail and a mob at Lawronceburg last wool camoIhero and OTlcor Tames rested him on Monday Homo minor otfense and lodged him in the workhouse On Wednesday morning it was discovered that ho was the escaped murder Jones and ho was placed in jail to await oili cers from Lawrencoburg On Wednesday tile sheriff of Anderson county came hero and took him to Lawrenooburg where ho was again placed in jail to await trial ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS Wo want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for whioh wo will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOnE COAL AND FEED CO lrRothJuly 23 tf HAMILTON Near Bridgeport on Thursday Mr John H Hamil ton Mr Hamilton married a daughter of Mr Wm G Sargent His widow and several children survive tho hone of her patents in this city on Thurs day Josie Ln Fontaine youngest daughter of Mr Gus LaFontaine and wife aged about 7 years This bright and attractive little ono had won und hold tho love of all with whom sho had como in contact She was the idol of her parents and their hearts are sadly wrung by this dispensation of Pro vidence Siena had uttered long and severely and loath came as a sweet release to her tired little body To the sorely bereft parents we tender our deepest sympathy The funeral services wore con ducted by Rev William Crewo yesterday morning and the remains wore laid to rust in our city on time hill GOVERNMENT FISH SENT HERE An agent of the US Govern ment Fish Commission arrived hero onWednesday morning with some alIlIO or more fish fry tot dis tribution In the streams and ponds of this lItIlHl vicinity There were four kinds Ilack Bass Crappie Brim null Blue Gill Sun Fish They arrived in fine condition and vru distributed by tho agent limit r direction of Congressman South l1l m hIt Mr Will T Tunis placed time portion intended for Main Klk horn The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Iof k t d lj1 flitLTHCOUiAND CURE THE LUNCS n WITH IjOLOS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for llITHROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY 3A02T 1r YoucanPinYour TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you gin a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers i sell it Made only by the J E E milling Co Dr Weavers Syrup for tho blood Treatmenti EtL TAYLOR Jre CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVES SUBJECT THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY hoginnin purchases DEATHS kin- LaFONIATNEAt CASTORIAFor I c r r tM j r i t3ttr IIiM iy w I P alr- r t J SHUD KSm t Iiim =Ki m Thorp are a gone lliltoilet soap mukiis who i2j IJUlU to the lilUlIS who linvo rtnurd for present ot- a on use t mJItl1H cover t 18 wIt ent perfumes use j tuj Oll1Ploln1 l too if in P on rytiXo such toilet soaps J come here Every maker vr represented in our stock of k toilet and hath soaps hints j earned a reputation for Cg3 producing high grade jood iij i3 Our Ituying ability usually ii iettl1lti5 us to save YdlrN sum thiiiir lIil tIll Oit t R t kml IB22EZ2E5SSSEZ23 1y ft Gail Dill b Oto1108f iP 1 Sl I j t tirdlriFtiQiiMl4trmrr i r 1- hAllEillTll V IIUF8 Q Instructor on Piano Forte JiKKHKMKUoorjrftuwn Collide of Mush Apply for terms ShelhyStJEW riioxK aw OLD PHOXK fanDr J S Collins DENTIST HI rain St Frankfort Ky Glt Yirt DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clasr Flats Port HurontiBy JoihA after arrival of morning trans Returning arrive Week Sundays Fare to Detroit ticunlimited round trip Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days i Sunday 7SC Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra Special Ralcj to Socitticj Close connection at Detroit with steam ers for lluifalo the Sco Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write TrWgrVHCOiDSflOffJl i s caS D IX IL Bears tboiIe Airays i jofY7 h crxyreau = uu =COUNTY CLERK We nee authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the notion of the Democratic primary loLMo CANDID ATK FOR JAILER r We nIl authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOOKE n candi date for jailof Franklin county subject to time nctiui of the Drmo cratic parry at the primary 15te FOR UElHESE NlATIVE t We ore autlmrlzed to nnnoiinco Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a can didate for the otlice of Keprcsenta tie from Franklin eoiinty in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party rei StetFOR rUO iilIS1EXlIIYE We lire authorixcd to nnounco limn L FKANIC JOHNSON of this lt as a inululiito Jur tho- nomination for Idlltllln as Ropiresentative froth Franklin county subject to tins action of tho IIWIOlion tie party 22Sroat FOR OlN11 ATTORNEY We ore nrltinrito IIilIIIIColWflKY t MAUSMv ft u eonrrtidtr In County Itlu11rs Mihjvot fto the l11 of the JIlItNlItlo party it Ultf j llEHtHH A N S1SrK3r Cars Itmvt Lexington for Paris very huts from n m to 7 p m mind at and U n m Leiive Park for Lexit gton every hung from a m to 8 p m urn 10 ji m Cars leave fur Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 7 p n and at 1J and p in Leavo Georgetown for Lexington n m to Ii p m and at s ami in p m tar II lUIIII freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 1t m Leaves Georgetown at 10 n in Liives Lax in4ton fur 1nris at 1ii Loavos Paris fur Lexington at J p in Freight rin s also slat liti rates for excursions fill supper and theater tuirtesiimd school business mid family tickets can be had on implication at the companys oUloe lol West Main street East Tun phoueIY ALEXANDER Prosidont tfzfJ WFranRfflitflQUQtiaooii Entered at the postolHce at Frankfurt Ken tuck as secondclass mailnblo matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub Ir iFRANKFORT OCTOBER 15 1904 fo u AS TO CHANGE OF SITE Fg8amBT- Somo time since when the mat er was first broached Hon L F Johnson Representative from this county issued a card in answer to the Louisville Times stating why he was opposed to reopening the question as to the Capitol site ques tionThe following card from Col E H Taylor Jr Senator from this district is equally clear and em phatic upon the points at issue Which are again being agitated by the certain influences Frankfort Ky Oct 8th Commercial Club Louisville Ky GentlemenOn my return home after an absence of two months from the State I found your com munication requesting rny views touching the desirability of a change of site for the new Capitol In reply I beg to say that the subject is not a new one with men r as I believe with the members of the Legislature The matter was thoroughly discussed by tho com mittees of the two houses and by L the members and as I believed conclusively settled by tho almost vote of both legislative 11unanimous are in thorough accord action and the people of Frankfort one of whoso r ropresentatvos I am are practically a unit in favor of the present site I can not see the advisability reopening a question which if done might extend to the original matter of oapitol location and such result would 13 disastrous alike to the dignity and reputation of the State and to the progress and pros perity of the people Very trulyE TAYLOR Jr A BIG BALLOT THIS YEAR Upon time official ballots for the coming November election there will ho six electoral tickets which will be arranged in the order sot out below Democratic Republican r Populist Prohibitionist Sol cialist and Socialist Labor It will be a regular blanket affair and will be very cumbersome tot handle NASTY MESS The grand jury of Christian county has brought in indictments against nearly all time officials of the Western Lunatic Asylum at Hopkinsvillo There are all sorts of charges and if half the charges are true there is a nasty mess uprt 7 ASSIGNED Mr M L Carmody who huts 1to boon conducting a grocery in tho l Heeney building corner of SeoondI and Shelby streets has an crtditorssignee BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean 1 bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must cat the t right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday I give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straightcr P loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the t trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts l Emulsion has proven to be the 1right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York and ftoo alt druggists f4Soc tI J itIj Badly Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me nlasleadsially where the pUients heart is weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Heart butitthebloodbuild you 1ust as it did Mr Crawford whose letter follows and greatly improve your general DrMilesrecommend them as the best remedies for cureWhenweighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping en my left side had smothering spells palpitateIsuffering groat distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds I am happy moneyICenterTexas bottleAddressUrMONUMENT TO ED PORTER THOMPSON WILL BE DEDICATED NOVEMBER 3 On account of the absence of Gen Fayetto Hewitt who is attending the Episcopal Convention in Bos ton tho dedication of the monu ment to Capt Ed Porter Thompson Orphan Brigade Historian and late State Superintendent of Public Instruction has been postponed from October 20 to November 8 Col Hiram Hawkins of the Fifth Kentucky Infantry Is the only Colonel of the brigade living He re sides near Eufaula Ala and has written to Secretary Thomas D Osborne that he will attend the reunion and dedication Gen Fay otto Hewitt will bo master of cere monies All tho railroads in the South have made a reduced rate for the meeting and it is expected that thero will be a largo attendance The Daughters of the Confederacy will also bo present at the dedica tion As there are members of tho Orphan Brigade in eighty two counties of Kentucky the press of the State is asked to copy this notice of tho dedication FRANKFORT MAN APPLIES FOR POSITION IN WASHINGTON CITY Chas G Mutzenbergh of this city is a candidate for the position of Official Stenographic Reporter of tho House of Representatives at Washington D C to fill the posh tion of one of time deceased reporti ers of that body Mr Mutonbergh is highly re commomlod by Judgo George Du Relic oxGovernor W O Bradley Hon J W Ycrkes Judges A R Burnam Ed C ORoar Republi can members of tho Kentucky Court of Appeals Judges Htteletc of time Democratic that court by four ex and present circuit judges of tho mountain sec tion of Kentucky and by an al most unanimous petition of the Re publicans of tho Elovonth Coiigpg +sional District of Kentucky Mr MutzenbcTghs reputation as a stenographer throughout Kentucky is unquestionably superior to that of any man in his party and for this if no other reason his appoint ment to tho position to which ho aspires would be very much appre mated Mr Mntcnborg is well eduuatod a selfmade mum and with no other opportunity except is indomitable courage and perseverance accom plished wtint he has There is not a citizen in Frankfurt Ky would not regret to lose Mr Mutsionborgh yet wo all in dependent of party affiliation would rejoice in his advancement to the position ho socks and is so deserving of- MONDAYS SHOOTING About 10 oclock on Monday morning Mr Will Hayden and City Marshall Coloman S Whitehead r fltil v jtio M became involved in n difficulty in the course of which Whitohoiu fired two shots at Ha don OnoI ball wont wild told lodged in the door casing of the Now Palace Sn loon anti the other struck Hn don on the breast bone but faded to en tel Hn don was at once taken to time ottlce of Dr U V Williams and when his clothing was opened at the ball fell out The wound which was slight was dressed and Haydon wont to his home after both ho told Whitehead had boon meld on bond of 500 each by Judge J H Polsgrove A very close call and a wonderful escape THE QUEEN CROWNED Miss Eloise Booo the handsome laughter of Judge C E Booe who was choson the Queen of the Car nival was presented with the 100 diamond ring in the parlors of the Capital Hotel on Saturday night in tho presence of a big crowd Col T Hiter Crockett in his most felicitous style made the addrcssIof tho occasion Miss Booo was Miss Clifford Hazelrigg and Miss Pearl Gregory as Maids of Honor these ladies were tho nearest corn petitors with Miss Booe in the con test FIRST OF THE SEASON Our old friend Mr Joe Tracey of Pen Ridge has placed us under obligations for a sack of persim mons They are the first of the season and strange to say are as sweet and fine as any wo over ate This is unusually early for this delightful fruit as usually heavy frosts are necessary before they are fit to eat Mr Tracer will please accept our thanks Do your fall trading at C Kagiii Bros They will save you money 011 your purchases Clt BIG SENSATION There was a big sensation in Evansville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was ox hooted to tile had his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption Ho writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereaf ter effected a complete euro Sim- Ilar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung trou bles Price COc and 100 Guaran teed by all druggists Trial bottles free FIRE AT PLEASUREVILLE About 12 oclock on Sunday night a fire broke out in Pleasure ville which destroyed some seven or eight houses and burned up sev oral cars loaded with lumber and coal which wore on tho track at the depot The fire was so hot and burning so furiously that the passenger oxcur ion train coming from Louisville and a westbound through freight train were both compelled to stop and wait the ox tinguishment of tho fire Tho passenger train reached here at S a m Monday morning CAN YOU EAT 7 B Taylor a prominent mer chant of ChriosmanTox says I could not eat because ot a weak stomach I lost all strength mind ran down in weight All that money oould do was done out all hope of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonderful cures of fected h use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it Tho first bottle benefited me and after taking four bottles I am full re stored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cute digests what you eat und euros Sold by J W Gayle HANDSOME WRITE UP Seine friend in Los Angeles Cal- hn8 placed us under obligations for a copy of time Lcs Angolos Tinges which is a tremendous affair containing fin pages of entertaining matter It is a handsome writo up- of tho marvelous development of that wonderful region of tho golden stateOur unknown friend will please accept our thanks for his courtesy This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets the remedy that cures a cold In one day J t ltcr t r i iiij r PleasanUo4ake i Laxat rve syruI p J J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION1t Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsIare irritating to the intestines t LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegettable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEl NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows I have an immense stock of GLASSall sizes and can interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc WxijiAM YEOMAN A W MoKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Coi so Well and Favor ably Known to the People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation that hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold moro carriages for us than till tho printed praise wo gould bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that yon will obtain perfect satisfaction in every i detail The reputation wo havo established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Go founded by our Mr Yeoman and 1the late Henry Hciinillor Esq in 187G wo shall fully maintain in the soy eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart incubi are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us with their business they aro assured of getting tho best work possible We havo in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also a nice lino of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are pro pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN fe McKEE L j Opposite PresbyterianChurch VERSAILLES KY llly FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 tHtiJli l M Thos E DePew the Great Charade Comedian as Sol Saunders in In Ari zone or The Country Boy THE 1 U STATEMENT IItWI an A then Inn who reduced the phiosophy of happiness to two rules of notion Take much from life and give largely to the using And in the centuries that have racflnRs d since Pericles exemplified his precepts in his own lif the world has progressed but little be yond thin ethical law upon which 30 insisted The terms have changed but reduce to its ultimate intention the dogma of almost every school of moral science from ills lay until now is fairly stated in these words Judged by this standard of hap piness the year closing on Juno 80 1904 was an exceptionally happy Railttceipts and its expenses The fact that the current expenses of the road increased more than its gross receipts ought not perhaps to be argued by the pessimist The road lias at mast felt the joy of disbur sing munificently It has been a medium of enlarged and wonderful activity currying more of the com tnoruo and travel of tho nation than ever In fore It has at the same time cost the road moro to carry its business than before null the ratio of increased cost has out stripped Mm ratio uf increase in gross income thoI Stated in the more exact of tho figures of the report of the directors of the road for tho year inferred to it is shown that the increase In gross receipts from traffic amounts to 45or lOJ whilo tho oPl1lntloniIassigned fur this disportiouato inI1 orease in operating expenses I The prolonged cold season of tho past winter tho increased cost of fuel told the increased wage scale of operatives In tho latter item r alone tho increase is shown to have been 24J04ll9J There is food for reflection in this latter statement It is sometimes fixbitterly complained by tho working thoro is an unfair division with thom of the profits of the r gigantic industrial enterprises which transact the business of this Twentieth Century world If there is reasonable foundation for such a t charge it certainly is not to bo found in tho taut that tho largest item of Increase in tho expenses of- fcjthih road for tho year is III time wages paid to its operatives Ono Plural howovor is certainly K pointed out by this condition of P affairs It is cumulative evidence of National prosperity which f consists in augmenting tho earn lug power of an individual or of uj corporation and at tho same time increasing still moro in proportion tho essential expense account of tho turner That tho Illinois Central Railroad should show such a result at tho end of its years busi ness is not matter for wonder It would be if tho result woro otherwise limo rond is an integral part of the commercial and industrial development of tho United States and necessarily reflects prevailing 1J 0 t thoIclosely identified ore the best inter osts of lahor and capital and how impossible it is for the one to pros pOI or suiter without involving the othor As the rent coinnicrcinl IIIMMJ rlon which puUes the lute nhnngi of InisltHS ninth and south tH Illinois Central of special inter tft to both sections As the ehlel of the many lines of railway con tering in Memphis and discharging their swelling tides of commerce through her gates the road is or special interest to Memphis And hence it is with more than ordinary gratification that Memphis unites with tho rest of the busy world of commerce North and South ill felicitating this enterprising line ups the splendid showing made The Illinois Central has boon ar enlarged distributor of wealth dur ing the past year So y uoh is evi denced by tho annual statement And in that respect at least it is to be congratulated upon having fulfilled what Pericles denominated tho law of happiness It has taken with a larger grasp of tho business of the world and dispensed with broader palm the result of its win nings Memphis Paper = A THOUGHTFUL MAN M ir Austin of Winchester Intl know what to do in the of need His wife had such hourIusual case of stomach and trouble physicians could not hot He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25o at all drug stores NARROW ESCAPE On Sunday night about715i oclock Lewis Glore was un der tho influence of liquor was walking on the street car track at tho corner of Steele and Second streets whoa a car came along bound for tho North Side The motoVman called several times toI Gloro besides ringing the but Gloro lid not heed the warning The motorman endeavored to stop the car after ho found the man was not leaving the track but could not btop it in time to avoid a collision Gloro was knocked down and rolled over by the fender but luckily no bones were broken although he was badly brusised and out Surgical attention was rendered and the man taken to his homo on the Lawrenceburg pike It is thought that he will soon be out againPILL PLEASURE If you ever took DeWitts Early Risers for biliousness or constlpa ion you know what pill pleasure Is These fatuous little pills cleanse time liver and rid tho system of all hlle without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken lint pleasantly tone and strength to the tissues and organs of the stomach liver and bosons Sold by J W Gayle A NICE AFFAIR Quite a largo crowd of good peo ple attended the reception given by the Pastors Aid Society of Methodist church on thoI night to their now pastor Rev J O A Vaught- Tho church was beautifully decoi- rated and a claint lunch was flvtdIwe ire glad to welcome to our city WANTED Industrious than or ivomnn as permanent reprosenta ivo of big manufacturing eom mny to look after its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 20 weekly tumid jxpensos Salary paid weekly from homo olllce Expense money advanced Experience not osson tial Enclose selfaddressed envel ipe General Manager Como Block Chicago fiJSt MEMORIAL SERVICE In compliance with tho request of tho Grand Exalted Ruler Frank fort Lodge No P O Elks will hold a memorial service Saturday evening in their lodge oom on Elks Place at 7U IclnuU in honor of the late Mr Moado David Dotwoilor Past Grand Exalted Ruler of thu Sovereign Grand Lodge of the United States who lied Juno 18 1004 All Elks are cordially invited to attend Tho service will be very interest lug t Qarr t PROGRAM OF THE TEACHERS MEETING OF PEAKS MILL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Saturday October 22d 1504 at 10 a in fat the church Song Welcome Address Mr Albert ledgDisciplineE R Tones Dis cussed by Annie Lucas and Ed WrigbtRecitationElva Perry District 45 Personality of time Teacher Mrs Sallie Claxton Discussed by Sam uel Roberts anti Martha Graham Recess MusicDrawingMrs C T Duvall Recitation Franklin Paradise and John Stafford Peaks Mill SchoollanguageCorinne Quartos Dis cussed by Sallio Taylor and Stella Lour I Noon 12 p in Country Teacher Miss Lucy Pnttie Song By children from Indian Gap School Recitation Kelly Smither Incentives Miss Kato Wlggin ton Discussed by Mrs Sallh Leioh and E R Jones History Lena Webster Dis cussed by Herman Smithor Reading Louis True Peaks Mill SchoolSupplementary Reading Miss Lizzie Hahn Discussed by Omah Smither and Lula Bacon Recitation Ruth Hockensmlth MusicAdjournment All who are interested in educa tion are invited HERMAN SMITHER Pros LEN A WEBSTER Secy 2t ONE OF MANY H A Tisdale of Summertown S C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the many many cures that have been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine Do Witts made by E C DeWitt Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures nil kinds of piles outs burns bruises eczema totter ringworm skin diseases etc Sola by J W Gayle TEACHERS OF THE ASHLAND DISTRICT TO HOLD CON VENTION AT LEXINGTON Tho Teachers of tho Ashland District will hold their Seventh An nual Convention at Lexington Oct 2R and 29 All of the teachers from the counties of Franklin Scott Bourbon Fayette Wobdford Owen Henry and Oldham are expected to attest Among those who are among the Hognun for addresses and the subjects they will discuss are the fol lowing Ideal TeacherB C Hager nan President CampbellHager man College What Can an Editor of n County Newspaper Do to Promoto Interest In Popular Education W E Williams Owenton Ky How to Secure Bettor Attonc nllcoSupt IJH Paxton A Plea for tho Bible in Our SchoolsMrs Louella St Clair Compositions from Literature from Life R H Shipp Owenton Icy Miss Bottle Hughes Midway Ky Miss Margaret McCubbin layette county JenIIdntemlents Standpoint B Hif nor Woodford county M H Bourno Owen county Teachers StandpointJ R Lancaster Scott county E R Jones Franklin county Miss Rachel Farney Fayetto county PAINFUL ACCIDENT firs Kato Duvall of Choateville vas so unfortunate as to still from the stops of tho side porch of her esidonoo on Friday night of last veok and bruised herself consider ably Fortunately no bones woro jrokon timid she was up and about tier household duties again in a tiny ar two Kodos 11JyJ4 oUi Cure Digests what you cat J i WSFARMER i You invest your money you do not spend I it when you shop at the Farmer Store i IDEAL SHOPPING DAYS theJOur months of careful buying have now culminated in finest stock of lull Merchandise that was over gathered under one roof in Frankfort Everything is new in correct style and priced at a figure which proves the supreme economy of making this store your permanent trading place You should take advantage of these ideal shopping days and supply your needs while lines are complete and styles are crisply new FALL JACKETS AND SUITS You are sure to need ono later why not buy now and be preparedSUITSSpecial for next week1 lot suits at 1250 Brown blue and black value up to 10 Some extra choice effects at 20 Exclusive high class styles 25 to 85 doctors TOURIST FOAT Brown black at SCOTCH MIXTURE Tourist effect 750 15 THE ARSDLEY STYLES 1250 to 25 1 Buy Carpets now our advice we keep a pretty close watch on the wholesale market and we know that prices will go higher before they go lower hence our advice to select from stock at these prices while the chance remains All Wool In grains 50c per yd Tapestry und Velvet short lengths from 10 to 25 yds at one fourth off Cashmere Room Size Rugs 0x12 for 1850 All Wool Smyrna Rugs hearth size 150 and 2 WARM UNDERWEAR AND HOSE Save bils by being ready for the first real cold with your warmer undergarmentsMerode has no equal for durability elasticity and comfort Vests and pants 50c each Union Suits spe cial values at Oneeta Union Cleveland heavyweight NEW CARPETS ourd Onyx Hose womens and chiidreg special het1Yfweight 125- Fleeced 25e 40c and 50c Gordon Dye Hose 25e to SOc Black Cat lOc to Suits 50cMERODB 1Sc UNDERWEAR y Vacation Days 1 1 7 Those who from experience know how much of pleasure Is contributed- to vacation in the choice of a route select The Lake Shore Mlchl- tan Southern Ky This is the road which reaches by its famous through trains or by its direct connections the entire resort country of the eastern and middle states including Lake Chautauqua south shore of Lake Erie country and its islands lake region in northern Indiana and southern Michigan Niagara Fall J J jKTSt Lawrence River Adirondack and White Mountains ltfresy Atlantic Coast Canadian places etc Reduced Rate Tickets on sale June to September 30 ZJtM lines sell in connection with The Lake Shore IMichigan Southern Ry i 3 PRIVILEGES Enjoyable privileges accorded on tickets over Lake Shorestopovers at Lake Chautaugua Niagara Falls Lake Erie Islands option of traveling by boat or between Cleveland nnd Buffalo these are explained in detail In Travel Privileges a I small folder sent free on request SUMMER BOOKS The following books be useful for your vacation plans and will be sent for 8 cents in postage or 2 cents each any single copy to cover mailing tLakea select of tours to the cast and r For Information about any particular resort rates or other matters or above books address A J SMITH G P T A 0 blue or 9 to is the rail will for F L QTJ Fe BREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE Every one knows that Flour is high but every one does not know that we are way below the market Therefore we kindly that you do nut buy your Flour until you examine our highjtrado hournod compare prices with others Every sack or barrel guaranteed JOHN DRIS COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky f i l cQ f STAGEMiss I pion Lady Buck and Wing Dancer with The DePewBurdeite Stock Co BIG DEPEWnrrnKTTF STOCK COMPANY COMING The DepowTJimlette Stock Com pany will open a wooks engage ment at the Capital Theatre com mincing Monday Oct IT in high class repertoire at popular prices 10 o rind all cents the company is a strung OUt being rccognieel fis the tIOl1lo t organisation play ing at popular pricfs This com pany curries special scenery for each alltltevery hill piocluooel by l them not using one single piece of houso scenery something never before attempted by a repertoire company The men burs loll some of tho most gorgeous costumes over worn by a traveling company The theatregoing public should not miss this rote opportunity of tho Beacon The opening hill will be a beautiful fouract comedy drama entitled The Snator From len tucky depicting every day life in Washington D C During the thud act will be shown the beauti fun French Embassy ball room at Washington set with electrical maid mechanic effects This is un t doubtedly one of the finest settings ever staged Highclass vaudeville specialties will he introduced her tween each net ma king one contin unos play not a moments wait With an entire change of program nnd specialties earl night Tickets on sale ut IJarretts iIH L1HEHTV BELLES Harry B Smiths big musical cmiydy success Tho Liberty BellHs with its Pink Pajama Girl grotesque dancer singers nnd specialty performers will be the attraction at tho Capital Theatre in tho near future No production male at the Madison Square Theatre New York in years had such a succr ssion of packed audience as The Liberty Belles enjoyed for over five months Tho piece received uni veisal praise from the entire press there as a clever dainty clean anti delightful muslcnl umnedy pro duction It was creelited with orig inality of story tomhie interest attractiveness of lylicst21 bright und catchy music Staten then still 111010 novelties havo been added J the latest being the present New York fII lItionIfJlw Il ulimn thisacompany with exactly time same t number of people as are used in New York The story is very hu morous and is told in three acts Tho first act represents dormitory In Mrs Dr Sprowls Hudson Acad f emy fur Young Ladies The second net it kitchen of the cooking school The third out time voranelah and grounds of a fashionable hotel in Florida Tho curtain rises on the gill students of Mrs Sprowls t academy indulging in a clandes tine midnight supper in one of tho dormitories The ringleaders are r j fargory Lee a stage struck girl played by Lottie Staveley late of Tho Wiard of Oz Company Jfov York and Dorothy Groy her schoo chum by Anno Stuart the sieve young comedienne These youii women are engaged to Jack Kver Leigh an Annapolis cadet playec by Prank Farrinyton and Phil Yale student impersonated h Pcroy Leach of the original com pair While the school girls an enjoying their pranks arrayed In all fashions of ItcshaIii lie costumes they are interrupted by Jack nnd Phil who with a party of stu dents serenade them Jack nlld Phil conceive tho idea to give tlw girls a scare and enter the dor mitory disguised as bmglars Th excitement this act creates bring Mrs Sprowl played by Bonni Vance on tho scene and tho boy are arrested as burglars refusinj to reveal their identity Margery and Dorothy being informed that they would he expelled next day decamp in tho night In the sec ond act tho Liberty Belles are con lusting a cooking school for a liv lug Dorothy who has beei secretly married to Jack receives n letter from an eccentric old Uncle Jasper Penny feather Win H Con ley who has just returned from Africa whore ho has been study ing time language of monkeys If Doorthy is not married silo shall be his heiress Jack also receive a letter from an uncle Captain Hiram Ketchum of Now Bedford saying that he is coming to seeJack who has written him that he has been married three years and has n little girl baby To lead Dorothy uncle to think that she is singh and to satisfy Jacks uncle that hI is married a plan is devisee whereby Margery Phils sweet heart is to pose as Jacks wife nnd Dorothy as Phils betrothed Jo provide the baby they borrow tin child of an Italian woman Tin advent of the uncles create munj humorous complications which arc hrought to a climax by the Ttalini woman repenting of her hargait and seizing her child and departing for Florida lnclo Hiram insist that his kidnapped relative shah bo followed and recovered In the third act time uncles nieces nnt nephews are in Florida in searcl of the lost Wilhelmina Mrs Sprowl is therewith her pupils am tho discovery is made that Unclt Jasper the womanhater is the SPIwl111lthat has been practiced on then and disinherit Jack and Dorothy Phil by a clever ruse brings aboni a reconciliation and all ends happily Fred Uoruers company pre seats a largo bevy of handsome iris selected from tho best tb- New York market affords Eae1 one plays a part Mr Smith Itl writing The Liberty Helios eliminated the timehoneired feature of musical chorus The luSt is too long to enumerate but all it is safe to say are lenders in their lines nnd a splendid performance is as Filled SOTICEBAKE BARGAIN hH11lWnt 5 per M which I will sell foi 25 JOHN EDGE tim Frankfort Ky Hr Cndys ComlHlwa ioiveicrs are nit what u horse needs when in bad h1l1i ion Tonic blood purifier nor eirnifuge They are not food bu icelicine anti the best in use to pat lone in prime condition Price 2 t eats per package For sale liy J V Gayle and lieComnte tC Gayle COALI COAL on hand and would be glad to sell you your sup ply this mull and will for lire treat you nice- ly1T Spencer H ijILLFNIWEYER SONS Blue Grass Nurseries JJEXIXlOX IiEN1CI Y Offer for tin Fall of HIM a full lock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees irapo Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and everything for tho Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive catalogue on 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JT TODAY Ill timeworn injnuuUon Niter put oil till tomorrow what yon eau do r0layi now ien erally pro onti d in this form Do it today That is theo ttrso ad vliu w want to jiive you about tint hacking coughur deinoraliin cold wjth which you have hcen stnitf rlinj4 fur several days perhaps veeks Take snipe reliable remedy for it iaVuh1 let tint remedy lo Ur Dosohoes German Syrup whieh has beou in use for over thirtyHvo years A few doses of it will undonbtodly roliovo your cough or fold and its continued use for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption lots attacked your lungs cierman Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has dono before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 2ic regular size The At all drugigsts lyr 1 frankfort Cincinnati 80 The Midland Monte Local Tim Table 4 In Effect January 11 1901 r DAILY EXCEPT P btv- oS1 SUNDAY INo81 Nota 7iS1LV D Frnnkfort 1Jl 25 7 Summit J Ellchorn tnt i Switzer 0 58 J 2 r 12I tamping G runnel 0 48 f M Duvall UMG 0 J Tollman 0 JiII Georgetown I 7 C S DJlotIt 6 25 Kowtown 007- Id718 Centelvlllo r03I Elizabeth IJ 6 I PariKJnnctn 5 125 Ar1 Paris JLv Connects nt Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L Iff BETWEEN VIA GEOltGET0WstP MIA MIAIL PM roiL Frankfort Ar 20 471Lv Georgetown Arl 25 Lv 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS P N P M 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 20 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 29 bill Lv Parts Ar 36 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 65 KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R POINTS DMA L j nkttAl1 25AI720P 1A62gPn0 IIP A Winchester L j 245P 8 15P Mnysville L l 4SAII5PI Cynthianii 502P 2GPl2 SIP IA LI looP 6WPI Cincinnati 255P Cemch Excursion tickets good every tiny except Friday null Saturday GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pros and Genl Supt G P A FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAPSidPULLiIAN OBSERYATIOISr PARLOR CARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS IEN OX THE POPULAR DERSONSROUTE Iing50U1 HEIW BBXI IIfyou want to travel onISolid Comfort Line got the Henderson goodhabitAsk the agent for this routing when purchasing hour ticket FST IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Agt Tray Pass Agtv LOUISVILLE KY t BETWEENtLouisville AND Chicago ifCALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION LOUISVILLE aCHICAGODining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper i E H SACON D P A ACur J th mid Market Sts Loul vllfo L 0 TIME TAP IE iSUUTH No PM v Leziuton III 52p1rfitnlifurt 613 qo riliflbyvlllo luUl 700 1 It Louisville 800I Iio 221No NOHIH r P f v Louisville d30 000 Slielnyvlllo I9I 700 Kraukfori 740 A Lexington 1116 810 tJl Itw f t IODJD- t Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a ladies Tailoring And Dress MakinglDepartment Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUGAKMAN lute 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 S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY I rJRELIGIOUS FIRSTl3APT15 CHURCH Rev i1 B Adams tho pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at l45 a m in the ohanol Night subject Jesus and the Department and Bible Glass Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults told stran gers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel atOHO p m LeaderGeo L Roberts Topic Blessings and Value of n JSlbln Study Baracca Bible Class at 945 taught by the Pastor- Prayerinootimig Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats freeASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRov A B Chinn Hector Sunday October 10 lOW 080ia in Sundayschool Owing to the absence of the Roe tor and the repairs upon the church building there will bo no service At 11 a in or 780 p Wednesday 730 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 730 p in Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in those meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Lords Supper will be observed at 1030 a in No evening service- Sumidavsehool at 980 a in in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will moot in the Chapel at 045 p in LeaderMiss Fannie Eales Topic The Power of Personal Influence WednesdayI Topic Gods Ownership of Us The Junior Endeavor Society will meet Flidn afternoon at 8 ChapelEverybody SOUTH KRN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 7HOp Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at IBO in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p attenIaCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in t Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PBES311ERIAN McUltisky13layuey preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a in Peoples Society of Christ 33Young at 015 p m young people invited Wednesday night at 780 p in Time public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a in and 780 p in Sunlay sChool at 945 a in Junior League ait 8 p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend IA EXCURSION LOUISVILIE kOn Sunday last an excursion train y loft this city for Louisville at 810 that morning There was quite a crowd on board All wont well with them until they reached Ploasuro villo returning about 12 oclock p in where the train was compelled 4j J h to stop as a lot of curs loaded with lumber and coal at the depot at that place were found to bo burning und so obstructed the truck that the train could not pass The excursionists did not roach homo until 8 oclock on Monday and a morn tiredout and disgusted lot of people were hard to he found Time yard engine from this place and a patchedup train left here at 550 Monday morning the hour for the accommodation train for the scene of the trouble i WRITE THIS DOWN In the book of memory There is no such thing as a harmless cough Every cough is a of a confidence that goes to worse unless It is wmningI away Opiumladen lmlcuroslungs get plenty of air Why not get a bottle today Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil Perfectly safe Never fails At any drugstore n APPOINTMENTS Of E H Tayjor Jr Candidate for Representative of Franklin County will address the people at tho following times and places vi Forks of Elkhorn Saturdav Sept 2- 4Flat Creek Saturday Oct 10 Baileys Mill Monday Oct 10 Thorn Hill Tuesday Oct IIBloomington Wednesday Oct 12 Sal l0twlieili Thursday Oct 18 Peaks Mill Friday Oct 14 Elmville Saturday Oct 15 Svitor Monday Oct 17 Other appointments will follow Speaking at 2 oclock p III The contestants for Representa tive and all other candidates are invited Stomach Troublescured fitDYSPEPJIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol Pa was cured of stomach V of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected the use of his heart Kodol l I KODOL rDlieitiWhitYouEat For snip by J W Gayle drug- gIst q t LETTER LIST following is tho list of letters Irho for week fueling Satin 15 1504 Army Rooruitinu Ollleu- Jlnauh Mrs JUack Chelby lirooklns Mumlii Brown Rov Tlios- Caaoy W Jnron Miss M N Jl Davis Miss Daisy Doano Emory A Hayin J oil nIRenton Miss King Klinch CoILoop IJILong 1iCGrnler Nannie Pen hem Aleck Perkins Sister Redding Rose Rains BenISmith Mnmlio- Strotise Adler Co Any ono calling for the above lot tors will please say advertised E M DRAKE P1 DRIVING 0tJ11HL ENEMY i These are the days of colds sharp and sudden attacking throat and lungs and lending to consequences one does not like to think about Avoid furthor exposure and light the CIWlln of health and comfort with Perry Davis Painkiller the family standhy for sixty years It conquers a cold in a lily See that you get the right article There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis BUYS NEW HOME Mr Lafo Wells purchased the dwelling house of Mrs S1 dies hey on Ewini street Mr Wells as noted last week sold his Todd street residence to Mr El Cole man Horse Timers Ch ron ograph s Split Seconds FiyeMinuteRe peaters Minute RepeatersI- n Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY HI 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler If you are interested in time future welfare nf your family or in your own old ago fill out tho coupon elo and mail t3 Ralph R Wilson FRANKFORT KY SPECIAL AGENT OF T- HEEquitable Life Insurance SocietyT- HE STRONGEST THE WORLD Name Address Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill buy assurance about JgLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2 No DailyEx AM Leave Leave Stations 8 0I 74i Lexington 0 t5-alo 83 0 Winchester 5kI Clay City 436- IlItJ 41Stanton 400- Jljj Itl t 5iI Natural Bridge i Wt 401 449 Torrent 74 li720 3ri1 11150 il4Tncoll It O5 2 OHIO AND RAILWAY No No 2J DailyMis A Lye P M Lvel Stations DullyI 1I0 1010I I13euttysillcTunetion KENTUCKY Xo21I IAIArPLAii I 0 980 235 Tnokson 1120 0 lii i O K Junction llSW 15S Wilhurst 130I llW S0 15J Hampton 116 ll 10I 12S Leo City i4I 12S Ilulwhuwa lOI i2SIIJt1715 Lob Cannl City ties Jl and will make coo connection O x K Junction with No 8 for point on the Lexington and Eastern KailwuyM L CONLEY Superintendent- J K BARK CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A FINE RAIN A flue ruin toll in this city and vicinity on Tuesday morning com mencing about 180 oclock and continuing until after day light CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic eon ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn limo poor patient and the rich patient too cite do much hotter at homo hy proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in till morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing tho greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can he prevented 01 stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally Sad regularly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clinic you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there tilt few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size Toe A tall druggists yr i 11 No1 No MU and ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING JDENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife May nord Ave HighMrRev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Cnlberson High and Maynard St Sir Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Deuns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you will be surprised at the immediate help it affords For sale n- tGAYLES iiStore u DrSTAMPING GROU r1Therecent cool snaps started tho flurry tribe to biting und the fisher men have hied themselves to the Kentucky river Among the nom have none are Mr J JJ rfAdams and Mr Oscar XuttlrtA protracted meeting is in prog t ress at the JJaptist church The tf pnstor Kov Mr Hill is assisted l t by Rev G W Argabritoof town who is doing the GflOIgl1 tItaccomplished is hoped that much good Mrs Delilah Southworth and granddaughter Miss Ora Davidson rrhao from St Louis Mo Rev J W Foster and wife aro visiting relatives at Des Moines Iowa Mr J H Sprake of Kentucky State College who was elected f class orator of the Senior Class Was hero from Friday until Mon rdnr to visit rolatiyes Mr Reuben Bourno has sold his f farm of 118 acres lying near the Frankfort pike to Mr Charles Thompson for 7000 Mr Chas Thompson has sold to beingAt by side for 50 per acre In the circuit court at George town this week the will of Mr Threlkold in favor of Mrs Bond mother of Mr Too Bond was sustained Married Tn Covington on Wed 4neslay Mr Squire P Willis of bcWooc1forcl county and Miss Timmio this place were married Mr Willis is in the internal n nee service as storekeeper His bride is ono of our sweetest and most popular girls The marriage of Miss George Dixie Triplet of Stamping Ground and Mr Scott Yates of Me Lend i Olka took 111nc0 at the Baptist church on Wednesday Rev Mr Cochran of Lexington tho ceremony Tho performedI prettily decorated for the The bridesmaids were Mi s Carolyn Triplotr siserof the brhe and Miss Carrie Reynolds of Cynthiana f Miss Elisabeth Sparks The nlHII nnd maids WfJro gowned in st brown tailored suits tho former carrying bride roses and the latter pink The groomsmen were Messrs Craig Bradley Thos Hook Jr and Bishop Kisingor After tho core moray tho bridal party left for tho St Louis Fair after which Mr and Mrs Yates will go to Oklahoma to reside The bride is hind attractive and is a daughter of Squire S B Triplett The groom is a son of Judge J J Yates and is a popular young man Hearty extendedI o COMMUNICATED IEditor Roundabout H Lewis Chapter U D stet in regular session Satur 1C October lJ4 at oclock It was quite a delightful and bus inesslike meeting although a full complement of members were not in attendance The president Mrs Leavy being absent Mrs Miles presided and after the rending of the minutes the following otlicers wore duly elected to servo for the ensuing your Mrs Stun Leavy President Mrs South Trimble First Vice PresidentMrs ge Second Vice Pres identMiss Ovorton Historian Miss Lucy Pattio Secretary CorrespondingSecretary Mrs E L Samuel Treasurer j Payment of dues was next in or der and the regular order of business continued Mrs Nelly Stodman Cox the let egate to represent the Chapter at the Kentucky State Convention to be held in Paducah October 12 left for that city Tuesday October With thanks to Mrs Samuel for her pleasant hospitality the mooting was adjourned to convene tho first Saturday in November 1U04 P D C 1IBHHAPS YOU WONDER If the tormenting cold that made last winter ono long misery will be as bad this year Certainly not if I you take Allens Lung Balsam when tickling and rawness in the throat announce tho presence of L tho old enemy Do not expect the t cold to wear itself out Take tho aright remedy in time Allens Lung Balsam is free from opium I I r Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and ekln diseases MAKES A CLEAN SWEBPC Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves you ever heard of Buoklons Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and euros Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only tic and guar au teed to give satisfaction by all druggists FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will be sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etc MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept It 1135 Broadwav N w York City Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purllics the blood Cerate heals ekincruptt- oiiANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R 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 oinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday toOl n in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Foldrr on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN ST RAM SHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central ant Now Orleans under the auspices ol Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 flU Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for titMardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California vii the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles und San Francisco as 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PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above can CUIIIt of the Central F W HARLOW D P A onisvllJoANew Orleans ChicagoJNO A H HANSON G P A Memph 50OOOOOtt CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of J ILION COFFEEthe Regular Free Premiums rI I tow W ulclj You II like a Check like This U ContestWe i I 1Presidential Vote Contest J Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to m the regular free premiums to mjj one vote The 2cent stamp cov ers our acknowledgment to you Ip that your estimate is recorded V You can send as many estia mates as desired Grand First Prize of 500000 it will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds FaIr and Presl dential Vote Contests We also offer f500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee Prizes350000 25O OOOOOO- S2OOOOOO How Would Your Look One of These Checks 2 Everybody uses coffee If you will COFFEE enough get acquainted it you will suited and there other such money Then take advertising money both of as well get benefit Hence Lion GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Package of LION COFFEE t f CONTEST TOLEDO OHIOi GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all conic from KontU3ky Their main source to tho livermind nil the fine sprits ever made in the Blue rats httncculd not remedy had liver or the hundrodandojio fleets ir pro duces You oant have good spirits land n had liver at the sumo tam Your liver fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant happy lord hopeful bright ryo light step vigorous success ful in your pursuits You elm put UFill1Glecpst of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It keen a favorite household nmody for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy und active and thus insuro a liberal of good fulilto- frial size 2Xu regular bottles Too At all druggists ly- rSouthern1aikiny For the Sky booklet5nnlner Jpslljti etc send two uiiifc stare to MR GEO H ALLEN Asssitant General Intisenner AltSt Louis Mo 0 II HUNGERFORD District PanseiiKer Agent Louisville Ky i 6 OLD TAYLOR TIlE PRE- MJEIirKNTUCKY WHISKEY rlfiE H TAYLOR Proprietors it Frankfort Kentucky iA tiII Ufriitii 1 i e i i f ti IfJitt What will be total popular vote cast J for President votes for all can k didates combined at the election m November 8 1904 In 1900 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti J l mates received in Woolson Spice ComIw panys office Toledo 0 on or W November 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc i etc as follows p 1 First Prize 260OOO 1 100000 2 each 100000I6 Prizes 20000 100000 i 10 Prizes 10000 100000 Prizes 6OOO 0 100000 6O Prizes 2000 100000 Prizes 1000 26OOOO 1800 Prizes 600 2139 PRIZES TOTAL Name on use LION long to with be convinced is no value for the will no otherand thats why we advertise And we are using our so that usyou as wewill a for your 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