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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT fl GEO A LKWTS Publisher a WEEKLY PAPERIEVOTEI TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NE1VS1IIlyls 100 In Advance VOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 22 1904 NO1 7 I Boys Good Clothes A double gun rantoo ours and the niahersis behind evpryI garment wo sellou hearing our label It stands for i service perfect fit andenduring shape an absolute safeguard against any of the ills und evils common to the ordinary run of boys clothes If roL have never yet purchased anyof our splendid gar inents you will find it very much to your interest to do so at least investigate them before you buy elsewhere We have a full line of both Suits and Overcoats in stock and will be glad to have the opportunity of personally pointing out to you the strong points of our clothes A wide range of materials embracing Serges Cassimeres Cheviots Fancy Scotch Goods etc are offered for selection Prices from 350 and up Boys Leggins For the larger boys a Grey Corduroy at 75e an extra good Brown Leather one at 125 for the little boys and girls we have a pure AVhite Cloth Leggin with brass buttons which is the cutest thing you ever saw Price 100 Sweaters For all the boys from the little fellow of 8 up to the boy putting on long pants Selling lots of the military kind to the snail chaps These button right down the front conic in a variety of colors at two prices 100 and 150 Ve have an All Wool Sweater for the larger boys in solid red and white colors which is remarkable value at 100 Shoes More Shoes here for the boys and girls than any other store could think of carrying but we will mention just two specials A Girls Welt Shoe Made in lace and button genuine Welt Shoes uppers of plump vici kid will wear like iron but is not clumsy nor heavy Extra value at 135 sizes 0 to Hi 175 sizes 84 to 11 and 200 sizes 1H to ThBoys 250 Welt Shoe Made of either plump box calf or smooth vici kid extra good Vsole leather These t Shoes will do your boy good R K McCLURE SONr 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY ifs SLIGHT BLAZE At 110 oclock on Thursday morning an alarm from box 84 culled the department to tho old bath house corner of Broadway and Wilkinson streets whero a box of hot ashes on a hack porch had set fire to tho side of tho house It quickly extinguished with iIwnY loss It seems some people never learn that hot ashes will burn wood ft l h I AI IT InMr John B Lindsay offers for snIt the warehouse property on Lewis street Immediately opposite the Elks Homo Rend his aclvoi tlsoment in todays paper 7f genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold la one day r I tj Jr e Written for the Roundabout ETHICS OF EDUCATION Fourth Paper The steadily growing confidence of the most reliable portion of tho great American people in tho progress of the States towards allays of eduoation is not founded on the fluctuations of parties polit icalor the triumphs periodical of pirtisaii platforms Tho three radical issues ou whoso decision hangs the future of this Republic are First tho limit of National obligation to educate American youth for American citi zenship Second the correspond lug obligation to legislate for tho moral development of the people as illustrate in the present movement for Congressional action con corning temperance marriage divorce etc Third the attitude of the Notional Government towards tho vast and involved demand for the readjustment of labor from the European to the American order of affairs including tho entire ques tions of tariff currency and the claims of schemes socialistic Such momentous questions appeal daily to tho teacher Can he or she aiford to ignore these questions of stupendous import or plead ignorance in the main So wo oomo to recognize in every child tlo possibility of a perfect mUll and faith in God is innate in every man every child it hats only to bo awakened in the right way But it must bo awakened or it re mains dead Who shall arouse the possibilities of the child And how early should tho awakening begin Such an understanding lies only in the hands of tho mother and the kindergartenAll occupations have been orolietpyes of nature Mqlding in clay begins the creative period How gladly does tho child approach tho threshold of art expressing other objects of perceptive maul ties in tho beauty of the yielding nature of tho clay its indestructi bility revealing the Inexorableness of lawtruths opposite but not contradictory In tho balls finding th Dearth and stars ideals of perfection in form and motion In the cylinder the growth of trees and animals further along tho foundation of lottery and in the cube the mineral kingdom crystallization and archi tecture The beautiful cubes of salt octahedrons of alum etc Through the wonders of the micro scope he can watch the snow flakes forming in geometrical progression Returning forever to one central point of endeavor we solve at last tho truth of purpose as well as time aim and nature of life What a grand timing it would ho if instead of spending so much money in building monuments the modern philanthropist would imitate the envelope surprise given and opened during the Centennial at Dauvers Mass and find the sane sentiment enclosed Education a debt duo from the present to future genoiations and also in tho same envelope a check for 20 for an industrial school and training kindergarten Tho lan vors Mass envelope was sent by George Peabody and the money was used to found a library and in stitute Dr Eliot 8111t1ho purpose and alma ofIeducation is to turn sight into insight to put candles inside the ordinary things that are seen It not tho accumulation of facts but tho making facts to live that is education and this does not hap pen until our wills are energized This is that trained fertility of in tellect that enables neon to succeed in business that nourishes patriot ism There Is no moro productive force than a high intoligonoe There is no possibility of fear setting aside the actual or of missing time ideal In tho daily piusuit of knowledge There is nothing that goes so directly to tho child heart as a genial recognition springing up in tho confidence of the teacher The i trL f mIpathetlo orIfriendshipfriendship cost so much snore than a gift it costs something of onrj selves nod the gift without the giver Is bare N S COXIOctober Ii 110- 1IIOBBEIIllE GRAVE narratedbytoilets I was in an awful condition My skin was almost ytllow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in hack and silos no bydayme up Then was advised to use joytheprovement I continued their use tot throe weeks and am now a well man I knov they robbed the grave of another victim Nn mu should fail to try them Only 50 centsguaranteed at nil drug stores F C CAR BROKEN INTO A freight sar belonging to the F C railroad at the depot in Georgetown was broken into on Tuesday night and a case of shoes consigned to a Stain pin Ground firm carried away It was afterwards found in a vacant lot near tho depot and the funny part of it was that the only shoos missing were not mates SyrnpPniifles for the skin SOW is IDe limB To Bug YOUI Fall DigA Goods the stock are in Dress in wide Hlick Cheviot extra heavy quality 15 this week you can buy for fil 00 per yard 44 in wide Suitini in tan Oxford and green the kind that is worth S4 e only 7fC per yard Also showing extra values for ijOc per yard Wo were in getting in rn tho lo prices on ladies and chi drens Ut rwtcr Uo art showin t excellc t vutues at Jo per urniuiit Union wits in ecru or gry at 25 nd Jr pOI suit and 104 All Wool Blankets with pretty colored borders at fUoO and fi1 00 per pair 71xOO Silkolino Comf orts with tine white cotton tilling 225 Qood Silkolino Comforts made well mud tilled with good cotton a bargain at fililonch For tho Roundabout 1 IN 11E110BrAMHThere is no 0110 that dies whoso death is not felt Sonio snore than Lofa host of people A had mini is missed from a community but when a good man like John Hat voy is called away there is a void a place made empty that is felt and which appeals to every heart And yet this is not the end Tf We die with the body what are the sweet ties of wife mother sister brother and friend Wn should not thinkof our loved ones who go he j fore us as being dead John Hnv voy was a Christian and his lifo was only the heginnine of that which follows death Ho united with the Christian Church at JallwsHo was married to Ruth Sargent 11 years and 7 months ago and ho It at all times showed nis devotion and love for her Ho provided t bountifully for her in every way and never did he deny her the smallest fat or John Harvey was full of fun ijolOjoldLtlwsuffering of sonic but ho attended to his own business soberly work Ing unit time tinge with all his might exerting all his powers and never dutyHissmile on his face and we know he was ushered into tho presence of God smilingly Truly his life is x worthy of emulation and although f it was short and we reel as if he was called too soon let us bow our heads submissively and say Thy will be done W E P While is new and complete Ve offering J I inducements each department for your consideration rnroI Goods worth Waterproof Underwear lucky Blankets Comforts fiJ2ii nt p Ladies Tailored Suits Ladies Suit made of good quality cheviot medium length coat loose tittiuy belt attached a bar gain at 1ilO Ladies Suits of hn man wishsuitings coat the tourist length neatly nmoe extrn viilie 120A- Uo other good values 0and upward Tourist Coats If you are looking for the correct itxlHri in Coats or Jackets call cud souur lice Wo know that you cite to ciiol In r We havo plun d Ill nd tr are sure tot you b tusrd ii Exco ioit vnlucs in coat iJ to 15O- Skirts pllnillure to buy Ue have a large stock all sizes at from loO to 1500 Childrens and Infants Cloaks Wo lire showing the grandest line of uhildrens and infants Cloaks ever brought to this city You will tind here just till kind that will please you t havo them in white moil colors all sizes end the low prices will interest you I Cr KAGIN BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY r tt 1 PER5NAL visitluginvisitingIuill W L Wit lcl has roturnod from Cincinnati nttenlingtheHiss Lizzie Weitzol has gone to tho Worlds Fair Dr H M Leonard has gone tot the Woilds Fait Air W W Woitzel wont to Cin cinnati on Tuesday Mr Paul South has gone to Smithfield to reside fir Geo 1j Barnes of Louisville was here this week Mr R K AlcCIure visited friends in Danville this week Air Thos A Hall of Nelson i county is III the city Mrs Jas SnfTell went to Lou isville on Wednesday visitingfriends Gen n W Lindsey is in Louis yule on legal business firs Dell Gaines Tanner visited jin Louisville this week Air John Walters is visiting the x Worlds nil St Louis Airs Win Cromwell is visiting friends at Franklin Ky Air W F Grnyott and wife have gene to tho Worlds Fair Miss limy Belle Taylor is visiting friends in Louisville Misses Ruby nnd Eva Alacklin are attending the Worlds Fair Miss Puttie Thompson is visiting friends at arernville Temi- Mnj W E Bradley and wife went to St Loiis this week Mrs Knox Brown of Owen coun ty was in the city this wtek- Mr Grant L Roberts visited rein tives in Lexington this week Air W W 1on moor visited rela tives in Cynthiiina this week Mr J AI VnnDerveer and wife have gone to tho Worlds Fair Miss Marsruret Burokhnrdt is the guest of relatives in Louisville Mr D W Lindsey Jr and wife t wont to Louisville on Mondiiy Judge Inn S Odell of Lawrence burg wilts in the city this week LlissMargnrot Galbraith of Lox ington is visiting relatives here p Mr Ed E Abbott made a busi ness trip to Louisville this week husilMr Clay H Hatch tt was the guest of relatives here this week f Hon Eli H Blown visited his f old homo in Bardstown this week Airs Fannie G Thompson nt tondod the Worlds Fair tills week Mr C F OgdcMi of Winchester attended the courts here this week MrChaeC Lewis Jr of St Louis AIo was in tIll city on Thursday Alma Miles lulls returned IJlXII1S1toold home at Mt Sterling on Tues tiny Air Sidney J Bush of Woodford county was in the city on Satur layinpt M H Insko of Carlisle has boon in the city for several days 1 Mrs Jerome Weitssel has returned from a visit to relatlvoM in Louis ville Mrs A F Kirtley and daughter J are guests of friends at Pleasure vine Mrs H G Cleveland of Sioux City Town is tho guest of friends here f Air W C Barnes County Attor ney of Ohio county was lucre this week Air Helm Bruce of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals this I week Air A J Carroll of Louisville attended tho Court of Appeals this 1weekIr Mr W B Bridgeford of Nor wood Ohio was in tho city this week h Mrs las Roy of Jellico Teen is tho guest of friends hmo liar old homeMr W O Davis and wife of Versailles were in the city on Sat urday Air D J AIoNamara sport Satur day and Sunday in Paris and Lox ington Miss Lilian Patterson of Emi nence is the guest of Mrs E II ElliottMr Allen Hoffman and wife are DR EC ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children I Ofilcu uncl residence above WEITZEL ODONNELL 803 Main St TKIKVIIONKH Old 184 New 136 fL r t t t+ iII IiJof f i t costs of his undo Mnj W E Brad Icy Airs D Lolinmn of Midway wine the guest of Miss Amelia Woitzol this woIIMiss May Pepper and Miss Irma Lnbrot visited friends in Louisville this week Miss Pickott of Lexington was tho guest of Mrs Guy H Briggs this week Mrs J P Hohson attended the wedding of relatives in Louisville this week Mrs K E II u mo and laughter Miss Elinor have gone to Now York City Mrs L C Kendall and Mrs Kate Berry art visiting relatives in LouisvilleMrs V AlcChesnoy and Miss Edna Prnssnell are attending tho Worlds Fair Air John IL Dryden jr and Miss Addie lonett spent Saturday after noon in Paris firs Howard Black who has been visiting in Louisville has re turned home Miss AII Scottow who has been attending the Worlds Fair has re turned home Mrs A B Burnanv and tor hiss AIndgt visited in Louis yule this week Mr A Lo an Melee and wufe of Cincinnati Ohio visited relatives hero this week Air Henry F Linclsny and Mr Poll Lafoon attended the Worlds Fair this week Miss Lena Scott of this office spent Sunday in Lexington tho guest of friends Mrs Pit McDonald and Mrs Katherine Callahan are attending the Worlds Fair dllIabout two weeks Mr Arthur Armstrong and family of Washington City are visit leg relatives here Mrs Ely and Mrs Akin of Xow York wore guests of Mrs R P Pepper this week Mr Clarence Fugazzi attended the marriage of his cousin in Nioh olasville this week Mrs 1 liuford Unmlriuk and daughter Miss Paulino are attend ing the Worlds Fair Miss Stites Duvall and niece Miss Virginia Sneed are visiting friends in Cincinnati Dir Frank n Stngg and wife and Air Ben M Keenon have returned from tlm Worlds Fair Rev IrT AIcC Blaynoy visited his son Prof T Lindsey Blayney in Danville this week Col Henry L Stone City Attor ney of Louisville was in the city on legal business Monday Air Ed F Trabue and Mr J C Doolnn of Louisville attended tho Court of Appeals this week Mr Rousseau True was called to Covington this week as a tvitness in thn U S District Court Mrs Gpo H Watson of Wood ford county was the guest of Mrs Hiram Berry on Saturday beenIVn who was the guest of Mrs Ed Hensley hits returned home Mrs Yoba Matthews and laughter Miss Ruth of New Castle arc guests of Miss Laura Hughes Mrs Clay H Hatohitt of Now town was tho guest of her mother MM R P Pepper this week Mrs C W Kavanauph and Miss Marian Gilbert of Luwroncoburg were visitors hero on Monday Mrs W T Scott Mrs Knox Brown and Miss Mary Mason Scott have gone to tho Worlds Fair Mr Howard Stodman of Forks of Elkhorn left Monday for a heel ress trip to Indianapolis Indiana Mr Rockwell and wife of Cincinnati wore guests of Air JB Marshall nnd family on Sunday Dr Jno W Gallo Miss Mary Gaylo and Mr Geo M Gayle at tended the Worlds Fair this week Mrs 111 B Nash of Paduouh who has hoer tho guest of Miss Ke becca Averill has returned house Air F H Johnson attnndod the meeting of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky at Louisville this wool Dr V A Kaltonbrim and daughter who have boon attending tho Worlds Fair have roturnod home Mrs L Cannon of Midway was the guest of Mrs Hiram Berry at the Capital Hotel on Thursday Airs Cordelia Bull Williams of Irvine was the guest of nor parents Mi S C Bull Sr and wife this week Mrs Alma Barrett attended tho wedding of her brother Mr Wal lace Nowbrant In Cincinnati this week Miss May Stone of Greenville Tenn who has boon the guest of Miss PattioThomason has returned homo Miss Katherine Solbert of Gin cinnati is tho guest of her cousin Miss Margaret Borberioh St Clair street tji lt fi oJf I J l I IiF lL1x aUr FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER MIstake hat ask yaur grocer for ILEADER FLOUR Dont flake A Ntlt the che8pest in first cost hut saves you moue in the long run No spoiled broad to throw away Satisfaction three times per clay For sale by tho best s but a il ti special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and C W SalrellfJi r Mrs Jno Q A Stewart of tho Stewart Homo was the guest of her laughter Mrs J M VanDervoor this week Wednosiayforthe death of her father Air J A Campbell Air Goorgo Wright of Kansas City Mo is visiting at his old home for the first time in twenty five years Rev A C Hensloy of Versailles who has been tho guest of his mother oIls Ed Hensley has re turned home Mrs Bouni3 Owsley who has been visiting her sister Mrs O WThomas in Louisville has re turned home Air Wm J Chinn of Colorado Springs Col who has boon the guest of his mother returned home on Wednesday Miss Joe Murphy of time post oflico is taking her vacation in- Louisville the guest of her sister Mrs Jos Bryan Air Ira S Shy of Cynthiana is horn for tho month of October as he is not on duty in the Gth Dis trict for that tim- eRev1 O A Vatight was called to Danville on Monday to preach a funeral of a member of his charge in that city latoI Dr W C Gnrrnn of Ohio was in the city Saturday shaking hands with his friends here his old home Marshall Adams spent IMlstel and Sunday with his rontf Mr A K Marshall and wife in Mason county Mr1 B Lewis of this olllco Sunday in Lnxiugotn with 1DrRAirs J T Hockensmith and daughters Misses Bonnie and Annie loft Wednesday for St Louis to spend a week at tho Fair Air F H Johnson and wife at tended the sixtieth anniversary of the marriage of his father Col A Y Johnson in Louisville on Mon lay MondayIthd Grand Lodge of Masons to represent Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y MMr Morris Brook of tho U S Engineer Corps Memphis Penn is visiting his parents Mr Goo AI Brook and wife near tho Forks of Elkhorn Air Guy Barrett and wife loft Monday for Louisville whore Mr Barrett served as Grand Master of tho Grand Council of Masons for the State Mr Goorgo A Lewis of this oflhjo went to Louisville to attend tho various divisions of tho Ma sonic bodies of Kentucky which met thoro this week Miss Mardlo Bates Todd of Dub lin Ga who has boon tho guest of Dr S B Holmes and wife has gone to Lexington Miss Todd is a niece of Mrs Holmes Alossrs Milton G Marshal V and Thos H Crutcher Walter Scott Walter Ayros and Josh Gib son of tlli county loft Wednesday afternoon fcr a trip to St Louis Air Goo C Watson of Chicago Tile was the guest of Air J Bu ford Hondrick and wifo this wool Air Watson Is a younger brother of Admiral John Crittendon Watson and was born and raised hero Air Ed H Grant of St Louis Mo has boon hero this week in the interest of tho American Hotel for whom ho is soliciting patron s Ed is a hustler and ho says his hotel is n good one hard to bent in both service and locationI 1r l4If i APPOINTMENTS tNNOUNVEDJ- 3Y COL E H TAYLOR JR Col E H Taylor Jr has an nounced five additional dates for speaking in time county They areas follows Elmville Tuesday Oct25 at 2 oclock p in Baileys Mill Wednesday Octo ber Bald Knob Thursday October 27 Flat Crook Friday October 28 Harvioland Saturday October 29 Speaking to begin at 7 oclock p m A THOUGHTFUL MAN 1I AI Austin of Winchester Ind know what to do in tho hour of need His wHo had such an un usual ease of stomach und liver helplioiKings New Lifo Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25o at nil drug stores HELD 0 13RiUpon tho examining trial of City Marshal C S Whitohead charged with shooting Mr Will M Hayden on Thursday afternoon Whitehond was hold to tho grand jury in 2oO bond by Judge J H PolfgroyoI 0-THE UPTODATE PARROT does not want a cracker nor does the modern man woman or child want the soggy mushy breakfast foods which are foisted upon the people as a quick and certain cure for all human ills What the parrot and the people do want is a wholesome and nutritious food that will not only sustain and strengthen the body but one that is dainty and delicate enough to tempt the appetite MAL TWHEAT BISCUIT TIMEIFOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALLTHE Supply this want They are not a Breakfast Food but a delicious and and easily digested preparation of granulated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized good for break fast dinner and supper and unequaled as a healthful and satisfying lunch for children between meals Delightful with fresh fruit and in 364 other ways recipes in every package 15 15 A Choice Tobacco Farm t For Sale Good dwelling largo tobacco bnrn 52x10 also good tenement house nnd nil other necessary outbuildings situated 3M miles from Frankfurt on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAWKINS on the premises oc223m f 1 Dr Weavers Syrup anti Ccrntc Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases frankfort Cincinnati H g The Midland Route t J JiI- Local Time Table J r Li Effct January 11 1904 4kKo81200 8 W Lv DFrankfort fir 825 720 J3k St summit It i11li Blkhora iril 001 319 J3vitsnr 1103 0 681 229 Stamping Ground 1H3 2 jI Duvall 10Ai 411 Johnson 247 f Georpotown t 20f2 C S Depot 50 6 25 3fi9 8 N wtovn 0 07 Onterville 0 E50 55I r 1Connects at Gcorsatown Union Depot with Q O rCentralConnects nt Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FKANKFCWT CINCINNATI VIA P MA 1 t- IAIPM 60Lr Frankfort Ar1 IIr 47 Georgetown Art 6 25rIn Ur Cincinnati 8 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI f VIA PAKTS P M P Na L4k Lv Frnnkforv Ar 20 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 t pjKENTUCK VENTRAL R POINTS a L Frnnkfort 25A720P 17P CMPA A Georgetown AIU SOAal3P 09A1245Pi f i Conch Excursion tickets good every day except Friday and Satur dnjIGEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Press and Genl Supt U P A FREE RECLINING CHAIN CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS DINING CARS- ANDSLEEPERS OX THE POPULA- RHENDERSON ROUTE LOUISTILLEi BETWEEN ST LOUIS I THE WEST AN- DSOUfIVESl ii If you want to travel on tho Solid Comfort Line ilpot tho Henderson Route Habit Its a good habit to acquire Ask the agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket- L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Pass Agt Trnv Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY 1clnc II J1t MARRIEB DAVIS CASH Tn Lexington on Tuosdny Mr J H Davis of Mor glut county mid Miss Mnttiu Cash of Thorn Hill wore married by Roy Murk Colfis of tho Christian 01111rohISOWER OVDONNELL A n nouncement In mmlo of the ap proaching mr rriago of Mr Jap C Jr and Miss Wilholmina IISowor vliluh will take place November 28 Mr Sowr is bookkeeper for the- K DtC W H Co nt tho Cedar Brook Distillery in Anderson Voun ty and WJM popular young man His bride is a well known hand Ilsonic and popular young girl who is employed in the offices of tho IC D W Co in this city UTlERBAOK FARMER An nouncement is mado of tho ap proaching marriage of Mr Hell Utterback and Miss Maudo Farmer which will ouour on Wednesday October 20 Mr Uttorback is a hustling and popular young farmer a son of Mr W C Utterback who resides on the Louisville pike His bridutobo is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr George M Farmer and wife a sis ter of Mr Howard Farmer and a niece of Mr Geo L Payn- eZIOLE11QUIRETn Jefferson ville Ind Mr Walter Violett of this city and Miss Francis Quire of Woodf rd county wore married Mr Violott is the son of Hon Jas A Violott and is a hustling I DEATHSt CAiIPBgLLIn Boulder Col on Monday Mr J A Campbell aged R2 years Mr Canmpnl was the father of Mrs George Darsie of this city Tho tondorost sympathy is felt for Mrs Darsie in her double afllio tion both husband and father hav ing been taken this year BARRY October 10 at i it mI Mary Burry widow of the late Thomas Barry and mother of James and Thomus Birry Funeral from her late residence HGG High Street Friday morning at 830 at St Pat risks Church at oclock Inter ment at St Louis cemetery Friends of the family are invited to 4 yattendLoa Paper CRANEAt the homo of his parents in this county on Satur day Mr Howard Crane son of Mr I Jere V Crane and wife of cont nupt onIThis is tho sixth child those de voted parents have lost from this dread disease They have the sym pathy of a largo circle of friends The funeral and burial took place on Sunda- yCRAINEIn memory of Howard Franklin Craine who died October 14 1904 in his sixteenth your He had only boon sick a short time and was under treatment of Dr Taylor Lexington specialist Ho did all that was in his power but the dear boy failed to receive relief Ihe death angel visited his home Ho was a true Christian an obedient child a kind maid affec tionate brother and is now on the sunny banks of Sweet Deliver ance with his lour Savior We should not grieve for the loss of this dear boy for he was called home by lInn who knoweth all things Tho young and plucked as well as old to make up time shining wreath of eternal glory Oh what a consoling thought that though ho can nut come back to us we can go to him im the olysian fields of the paradise of God We misH thou from our house dear We miss theo from thy place a shadow oer our lifo Is cast wo miss tho sunshine of thy face we miss thy kind and willing hand It thy fond and ourimst care Our homo is dark without theo wo miss theit everywhere SISTER 1 I N1 t young 111p11 His bride Is time laughter of Mr Jno C Quiro of limo Old Crow valley anti Is a hand somo and popular young lady After tllfl elopement tho happy young couple refcurnod to the homo of the bride We wish them all tho happiness and good luck they can wish for j SOUTHBRADLEY Tho follow lug announcement has boon re ceived by friends of tho contracting parties Mr and MM William OConnoll Bradley request time pleasure of your company at tho marriage of their daughter Christine Duncan to Dr John Glover South on Wednesday evening the Second of November at nine oclock seventeen hundred and six Fourth Avenue Louisville Kentucky IGOOD FOR CHILDREN limo pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Curt gives CoughCroupdoes not pass immediately into tile stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Sold by J W4 Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ulV0os what ydu eatJII TO PROGRAM Magisterial Teachers Association at Jotts Saturday November 5 1904 at 10 a in Opening exorcises AIOwontendon t Primary ArithmeticMissos Mina Jett Bottle H MusicMisses Schools of E R Junes of Jetts Dis trict Nature StudyMiss Mary Henrn and LiZZle Music RooitntiollPl1ptl of Crutohor Etholine South Noon SongMethods of Teaching Spilling Mrs Ireland George Hayden and Mary South Improvement in Our Schools Annie Belle Fegg School Administration Miss Lucy Pattlo The Benefit of Teachers Moo- tinaeMrs Lizzie Downey Roberts BeadingMrs Nellie S CoxSong All friends are cordially invited to attend MARY IIEARN Pres ANNIE BELLE FOGG Scoy DEDICATION OF SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH beautiful now Southern Pros IIrrho Church corner of Stoole and Third streets this city will bo solemnly dedicated on Sunday No vember 0 Rev DrD C Lilly tho former eloquent and able pastor will be hero to conduct tho dedicatory SOl vices Tho host of friends of Dr Lilly will bo glad to have tho opportunity to hoar him again We desire to tender our hearty congratulations to Rov Win Croo Jtt L dt1il IATLOCK NO 5 IJudgoA Nnnn Paynter Hobson of the Court of Appeals laid aside the burdens of the judi ciary last Saturday to enjoy a day of rest and refreshment amidst tho unsurpassed scenery of the beauti ful Kentucky river with her hills of variegated fall colors They wore the guests of Hon Harvey Meyers and wife of Oin ton on iiIham and all tho good tilings that outingIto derson News PILL PLEASURE Tf you ever took DeWitts Early Risers for biliousness or constipa tion you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or woaknn but pleasantly give tone and strongth ro the tissues and or gans of the stomach liver and bow els Sold by W Gayle CASTORIAFor BoughtISignature of zx I ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS IWo want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which wo will pay tho highest cash price We furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO KyBothJuly 23tf the thin able and consecrated young pastor of the church on the ucCnm plishment of their long desired nnd of the good people who compost this church Wo hope they will have a large attendance upon the dedicatory services ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is a list of adver tised letters fur tho weekending October 22 1104 itRalston Francis E Burohell Miss Carrie Chalkes Better Donahue Michael Ford Sam Fox XiaUlOV 1 Hull Russel- lHauliltrnP Johns Koone Laughlin Mrs Rose Leefor Wylle col- MoCarty Mrs Lizzie McDonald Mrs Laura Rankin Miss Lillie Williamson Young Miss When culling for these letters please say advertised i limo time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do totinyis now gen orally presented in this forum Do i it today That is the torso ad vivo wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing with which you have been coldI gling fur several clays weeks Take some reliable remedy use for a few days will cure you N completely No matter how deep soattd your cough oven if droad all drugigsts lr iY i V KILITHH COUCHAND CURE THE lUNCS gsNw 100 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure allTHROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ry c 1lV YoucanPinl TO J EM fail you in a pjnch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E m milling GO Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY wonI lfnhnIDistrictReadingMiss toI HISIZophi SusieWhite UIiDO eoluolybe 111thlrt yourlungs boforeintrialbottles PriceFOH Your Faith tI E Hocel5RocitationPuplls LucyScales M yt MM s mIr b r W 0wr Rubber t 0 MIare M the kind of goods that J everybody wants the kind iiE you always pity for whether you get them or not These are high grade goods prude exclusively by makers who have u reputa Ii tion for turning out re M liable products A little ditTernro in r M tIso get the best Costs no more w thin the poorest sortr s r Bulb Fountain and Com bination Syringes Hut yISupliet 1 Jt a i Tl Gayle Dn Stores It MI f w Q MM KArHERI fTHOMPSOR Instructor on Piano Forte RKFKKKXCKaeoryetown College of Musle Apply for terms ShelhyStreet MI5IIJDr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51tf lrII DAILY EXCURSIONS I TOLEDO To DETROITrSt Clair FlatsyI Port Huron Eii the Magnificent Steamers Of the Leaving toot of Madison Street Dailyat 015 after arrival oCmorning trams Returning arrive Week Days 830 tSundays ooPst FaretoDetrouSe sctunlimitedround trip Si as Excursions to Detroit and rrturn Week Days St Sundays 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth extra Special Rates to SocUtitJ Close connections at Detroit with steamers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further rrnatiol1 see nearest Railroad Agent or write TrMgr WH QQLDENOJPA e e OASTOnXABears theTheSignature JAlof Yenanmuautma w fCOUNTY CLBRKiiiWe are authorized to announce J N B SMITH Esq as n emttliclnteS P for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the notion of the Democratic primary f 52te I CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce itTiulgo J IAN MOORS nn n candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the unwary 19to iFOR RElMiESENTATJ r nunounooCOLdilate for the otllce of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature subject to the y action of the Democratic party 28te FOR RI rWe im UIFSEXlArlEIHon ltiiis cit as a cnndidato for thoffnomination for re 1etinii as Rop firesenttitivH from Franklin enmity flulntloiiSte FOR CO INI1 ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce jUM1 EY f MAKSHAfL iii a can did ito for Comity attornev subject to the tic Iiun of the DeniMcriitic JI party DOI ujtf INTlHURMAN SYrfTKM ars leave L xingmmm for Paris 1I1Ilullli InLeavesParis l Freight rates also apeniul rates 1Yfandapplication at tho companys onloe r 4U4 West Main street East Ionnessee phono 510 Homo phon- oY ALEXANDER Presidenttf 11 J The PrankfortRounilanout = = =Entered at the postolllec at Frankfort hen tucks as secondclass mailablo lIIuttllI GEO A LEWIS ProY and Pub FRANKFORT OCTOBER 22 1904 A WARNING 11 a It is ft well known fact that there i are a lot of worthless men both whito and black who are loafing about our streets night and day but especially after the shadows of- the night begin to fall and who aro capable of icing almost any deed of violence and outragef We wish now to give a word of friendly warning to the ladies and 6 especially to the young ladies oft our city not to bo out after nightfall by themselves By so doing they lay themselves liable to insult and outiage An instance in point On Monday night a prominent and lovely lady of the South Side was walking along a muchused thoroughfare when she was accosted by a white man who attempted to get her away from the well Jigl1 ted portion of the street The lady thoroughly frightened ran into the house of a friend and thus escaped the scoundrel- If ladies must be out at night and It is often necessary let them not go without other ladies or without gentlemen escorts F The honor and chastity of one sweet pure girl is worth a town full of such lowlluug worthless scoundrels as are permitted to loaf about our streets Wo would urge upon our police to use greater vigilance in watch fag the conduct of the squalls of loafers and deadboats who are constantly upon our streets day and night They are there for no good purpose and should be made to move on whenever anti wherever found and sent to the rook pile if they will not go to work to earn an honest livelihood We would reiterate our warning ladies dont go on the streets alone after nightfall And to the scoundrels who seers to think they own the town we would say Beware Else a hemp stretching entertainment may be Gomo of interest to you tOelrI G SCR APE IOn Saturday morning two men by the name of Kendall and Ma honey became engaged in a difll culty in the store of Mr nerd Ja cobs on St Clair street over fam ily matters in the course of which Mahoney cut Kendall several tines with a pocket knife The injured man had his wounds which were not very serious dressed They wore both placed under arrest and the trial set for Tuesday When tin time for the trial cline on Kendall had gone to his home 4refusing to prosecute and Mahonoy was dismissed r SIIYLOCIIShylock wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convalescent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh 1and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone andmuscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they led the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT BOVNE Chemists 1O941 Pearl Street Newvorkisoc and tioo all k I l J Mental Strain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors ses Weal ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sickroom Read the following have always been with the ex ception of a touch of rheumatism since my ae came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some ago assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a weekafter the time began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and was about the house continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other people our daughter haying used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia II their ue know a number of others whom ourmedicine has helped in a large degree I wish you continued success PRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All drucgists sill and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind n DECLINED Roc Dr Arthur S Lloyd of New York has declined to accept the Bishopric of the Louisville Diocese Episcopal Church to which he was elected sonic short time since MTLAM REEL WINS MEDAL Among the awards in the Fish eries Exhibit at the Worlds Fair the celebrated fishing reel manufactured by Messrs B C Milan S n of this city was awarded the gold medal THE DROUTH The drouth has become very sell ous all through this region Stock water is very scarce and water for family use is becoming so The sown grain is also needing rain to cause it to germinate and attain proper growth before tho winter weather sets in JUG SENSATION Thorn was a big sensation in Evansville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was ex pected to die had Iris life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured insullerablo agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis nnd Grip lIt numerous Its the peerless rem edy for nil throat and lung tlOU bles Price oOo and Ion unaran tpcd by all druggists Trial bottles free SELLS FARM Mr Thos Black has sold his farm near Everirreen Baptist Church to a Lexington gentleman for 1800 cash About a year ago Mr Black purchased this place for 1100 cash 501120 worth of loonst posts off of it raised a crop and now sells it at the above figure Pretty good years work IMPROVED SIDEWALKS We are glad to see that our citi zeus are hard at it putting down granitoid pavements all over tho city While these walks may bo expensive at first when properly put lawn they will lat a lifetime Frankfort has more of this character of pavement than tiny city of its size in the State THERE STOOD OLD KEN TUCKY Kentucky stands far up in tho lead in tho list of awards made to tho exhibitors of the Louisiana Purohaso Exposition having a total ol lHi divided as follows Six grand prizes thirt tie gold meet als fiftythree silver medals sev untytwo bronze medals This record too is made in tho face of tho fact that there wore only three Kentuckians on tho juries of award J1t J IfI Written for the Roundabout A nIL OF HUE Your letter cnnie today my Ifrlonll yeas of doubt and pain Twas like tho sunshine after rain A lank en friendship linked again A faith unto the end1 No other face has touched my heart So said your word to heart of mine You loved mo in tho days lang- syne When joy was ours in summertime Ero pride had made us part lIafIa To thinkof you only as a droam Together with the might have been1 Beyond tho night and storm- II envy the quietness and the rest In silent land beyond the sea Im glad your message came to me After your death Sweet memory Will whisper it is best Aly friend of earlier happieryenrs Ill plant upon thy grave today A little sprig of rue and hay And keep them fresh for aye find aye Well watered by my tears N S COX Oct 5th 1504 BUYS A FARM Our old time friend Mr George Pcnn has purchased tho farm known as the old John Gnu It place on the Owen ton plko at Knights Bridge from its present owner Mr John Spencer This is a flue farm The price paid was fifiio NOTABLE EXCEPTION A Well Known House Announces an Annual Custom It is very seldom that tho buying public is presented with a chance to secure big bargains in seasonable merchandise at tho tinge of year when goods aro needed However a notable exception to this general rule is made public with this issue of the Roundabout and the atten tion of the renders is invited to the advertisement of Mr I Davis the well known merchant Ho an nounces a big out sale in everything in his house beginning with next Monday morning anti contin uing throughout tho entire week eroding Monday October 3lst This is an annual customs of this house and the trade nun buy any goods ladles and childrens cloaks mens and boys suits and overcoats and shoes at big bargains Dont fail to read the ad on tho fifth page 71 CAN YOU EAT B Taylor a prominent mer chant of ChriesmanTex says could not eat because ol a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran lows in weight All that mnnoy could do wins lone hut all hope of recovery vanished Hear ing of some wonderful wires ef fected by use of Kodol Dyspepsia Jure concluded to try It limo first bottle benefited me and after taking four bottles r am fully re stored to my usual strength weight und health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by J W Gayle OASTOnXABears thetheSignature iJIPEOPLE TO VOTE ON CONTRACT By an ordinance adoptod by the City Council on Tuesday night tho people will vote on the ratifica tion of a contract with the Peoples Electric Light and Power Co on Tuesday November 8 IN CASE OF ACCIDENT Accidents will happen Mother strains her back lilting a sofa Father is hurt in the shop Chil Ii rem are forever falling and bruis ing themselves There is no 1110i venting those things but their worst consequents aro noJtodIwith Perry Davis1 Pnil1 other ronudy approaches it for tho relief of sore Htniinud muscles There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis NOTICERARE BARGAIN I have a receipted bill from Judge W L Pence fur 5000 feet of timber at fo pur M which I will sell for 25 JOHN EDGE Olm Frankfort I Ky f Pleasant to taker Laxative Syrup l ti i NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Couslpntion as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP js a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring r 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 thansany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Z NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze Your t Jt Windows t I have an immense stock of GI f1SS111sizes and can interest you as to price andfquantity FRANK G STAGG If Hardware Paints Oils Etc I I n t 41IIILIoIAThe Yeoman Carriage Co A1 Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably Known to of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEVehicles require no better recommendation thou hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold mow carriages for us than all the printed praisu wo could bestow upon them You can cosily satisfy yourself that this is so that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation wo have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman nndI j the late Henry Iloimiller Eq in 187U vo shall fully maintain in the sev eral departments of carriage building Our and Jii iUtiinlliopared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles it YEOMAN McKEE I KVIlUl j 110 tNJEtSf1t Annual Bargain Saleruu rr rvy Id =1 U wf As is our custom we again present to the ruhlic A WEEK OF EXTRAORDINARY VALITE GIVINGand at a time when everyone needsItheir fall and winter merchandise Vc have midi front ofToris to even excel our former sales and Bargains await you This sale begins on MON DAY MORNING AT 3 OCLOCK October Mth nndwi11conclude October 31st EVERY JAY IS BARGAIN DAY Here are a tew of iIfj the many ooocllhinos f Fancy and Red Calicoes new and standard prints only 4c yard Blue Calicoes all tterllS best only 4ic yard yardIGood heavy Unbleached Cotton full yard wide onlye yard Extra heavy Canton Flannel worth IAc only9cyard Splendid quality Canton tannel worth lOc only Sc yard Very best Apron Ginghams all checks oc yard Good Apron Ginghams the best patternsyards for lOc Dress Ducks solid and fancy colors only9cyard Long Cloth or Railroad Cottons only 8c yard Outing Cloths in both dark and light colors only 4c yard 5OOO yards of tho very bust and heaviest Outing Cloths in Fast Colors t and regular lOc goods but mill ends runnintr Jroin 5 yards to 15 yards to the piece at only 74C yard A Big Bargain Dark Outing Cloths in best goods at 8Ac yard A Assortment of French Madras Cheviot in the nice double folds suitable for pretty shirts for men and boys only flc yard r Crash for towels 4tc yard 104 Unbleached Sheeting in a splendid value 17Ac yard 94 Pepperell Bleached 19Vc yard 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting21c yard All of the very latest and prettiest patterns in Flannelettes only9c yard Fleeced Lined white PC worth lac very desirable for shirt waists only 9c yd l Eiderdowns in Pink Blue Red Gray and White only 22ic yard Table Oil Cloths only I7c yard Table Linens in Red White and Blue only 22c yard DRESS GOODS4 Several patterns in Woolen Waistings only 39c yard The very swellest and newest novelties in Woolen Dress Goods reduced to 45c yd 38in allwool Suitings in all shades 39c yard 54in allwool Sackings a beautiful cloth 49c yard Our popular French Broadcloth in pretty shams and full one and onehalf yard wide all wool at 93c yard 44in allwool Cheviot hobby and substantial Black and Blue45c yard Allwool Cloths all colors 27 in wide 22c yard Yard wide Black Taffeta Silk good quality95cyard r oILADIES UNDERSKIRTS Ladies Woolen Underskirts only45cA good heavy Wool Underskirt 40 inches long 69c Allwool 125 Skirts excellent quality beautiful patterns 9Sc Outing Cloth Skirts dark and light colors 22c Black Mercerized Petticoats with Accordian Pleated Ruffle59cI rufflest79cI I Ladies and Childrens Underwear Ladies heavy Ribbed Underwear pants and vests sizes 4 5 6 onlylcLa- dies 50c Vests and Pants extra heavy splendid made and good value Ionly 75c suit Ladies Union Suits heavy and all sizes only45eLadi-es allwool Garments Vests or Pants S9c Childrens Union Snits all sizes only 22c suit Childrens Union Snits in heavy grade 45c i Boys heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear in separate pieces or union suits extra value only 45c suit t A wel1 undo Comfort full size onlySJcNice-ly made Comfort worth 200 cotton filling and extra large size only 149 Laminated Comfort beautifully tacked and elegy it Silkaline coverings in prettiest shades only 1 89 Allwool 104 Blankets a big bargain at297Hig-hgrade allwool Blankets white with pretty borders worth 5 at only 399 104 Cotton Bl mkets in either gray or white 49c pair J 104 Fancy Plaid Blankets suitable for bath robes only 95c pair Jt Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks line we have given special attention to and can show the newest 1ftcrcntiuusat surprising low prices Buy now got latest styles at Big Beautiful ladies Jackets 27 inches long belt back in an excellent Ameri f can Kersey blacks and grays worth X50 but go during this sale at only 389 LA Satinlined Garment splendid quality silk braid trimmed in Castor and m black worth 12 only 789 Ladies beautiful Jackets in swellest style belt or plain back brown Castor black or blue worth 750 only 589 jAn elegant 44inch Cloak in the popular Tourist style belt back brown black or Castor worth 101 anti a srlendid bargain only1200-c A beantitul fancy pattern Tourist worth only S49 ff Nicely made black 44inch Garment belt back trimmed with green only 5n9 Childrens Cloaks worth 200 at 139 Pretty line of Childrens Cloaks all ages worth 500 at 349 ft ftup fK pretty line of ladies nobby Dress Skirts blacks and browns at 198 An A very swell and stylish Skirt pretty trimmed at 350 allwool black Venetian Skirt worth 650 at 500 Sonic Special values in Misses Skirts Corsets in all styles at 43c pair G D Corset good wearer at 89c pair Ladies Golf Gloves all shades only 22c pair Ladies heavy Wool Mitts extra value at 9c pair A No 40 all Silk Ribbon aU colors only 10c yard A nice clear Pearl Button only 4c dozen Featherstitch Braids only 4o Ladies pretty Turnover only 4o Newest styles Purses black and brown 22o A nobby beautiful Bug only 45o Kapital Wash Rag only 4e Ladies nice Handkerchiefs only 4erLadies Hose Supporters rubber buttons only 22c pair Towels only 4c Largesized Towels only 8e r Bed Spreads large size only 59c Our everpopular Toilet Soaps in a dozen different kinds at 3 cakes for lOc Largesized ladies Fascinators all colors 22c Tarn OShanters and Toques in every color you can conceive of at only 45c Ladies beautiful Sweaters at 239 Our Gladiator Hose for boys excel all others and will wear like iron They are genuine twothread hose all over and possess weight and finish extra high heel and extra elastic beside being strong and a big barugain at loc pair An extra heavy fleeced Hose for ladies in ribbed or plain worth 25c only 19c pr Nice fleeced Hose for ladies and children 2 pairs for 25o Ladies fleeced Hose only 9c pairFLadies woolen Hose black or blue ribbed or plain 22c f SHOES- We t1 have the exclusive agency for the wellknown W L Douglas Shoe for men and boys but there will be no deviation in price on this make Ladies Dongola Shoes low or high heel extra double sole warranted absolutely f all solid leather madein Frankfort and will wear good at 119rLadies Kangaroo Calf Shoes or tip toe at 119 Ladies Custom Made Shoes with kid upper and pretty shoe which will wear with ease and satisfaction worth 225 at 179 Boys Seamless Shoe good wearers only 149 Boys High Cut Shoes protectors from snow only179Mens All Solid Shoes tip or plain toe only 119 Mens High Cut Shoes splendid value at 179 Big cut in prices on Missesvand Childrens Shoes Childrens Knee Pants Suits age 4 to 15 only 98c Boys Overcoats nicely made velvet collar age 4 to 7198Bo-ys Overcoats nicely made velvet collar age 8 to 15 239 Mens Suits winter weight 298 suit Mens 800 Suits several choice patterns only 499 suit We have placed in this sale the best anti nobbiest line of Mens Suits which have ever been shown and which are worth 1500 at the stir prising price of 999 A largo line of Boys Long Pants Suits at a reduced price Mens Overcoats at 398 Mens Belt OVercoats new styles full lengths only 749 We have the choice Overcoat in Frankfort at 1000 Mens Jeans Pants well made 9SojMens Corduroy Pants 119 Mens heavy Corduroy Pants good wearers 189 Mens Cassimpre Pants heavy weights 98c Childrens Knee Pants cassimeres only 19c Childrens Corduroy Knee Pants good ones 490 Childrens Woolen Knee Pants 49c Mens and Boys heavy Sweaters 45c liens extra Ii avy sanitary fleece 1linc1 Underwear well made anti a big bargain at onlyS5csuit Mens heavy Ribbed Underwear only 45c suit Mens Woolen Underwear plush bark only 179 suit One lot of Mens extra weight Merino Undershirts at 19c Gents Flannelette Night Shirts at 45c i Gents White Unlaundried Shirts at 39c Mens Good Suspenders only19cpair Gents Silk Bow Tics 3 for only 25c Your unrestricted choice of any necktie in our house including iourinhuads strings tecks and Windsors as long as they lastat 25c Mens heavy Working Jackets strongly made good weather beaters1391- Ieus Canvass Gloves the kind 9c pair Mens heavy Gloves leather or Jersey good ones at21cliens extra value Gloves worth 50c at 43cyA big line of Working Shirts in Jerseys or cotton at43eAllw-ool Flannel Shirts at S9e Choice of any Lion brand Shirt in the house at 79c lions or Boys Neglige Shirts 45c liens Socks in backs reds and heavy mixtures at4pairs for 25c Gents Handkerchiefs white bordered and colored at 4c Positively no goods charged No goods sent on approval Mail orders will be given prompt attention only when Iaccompanied with the cash AIE rrDSi OIXT OOaODSE53Et SIST p3 DAVISL ESTABLJS HEZ7 J877 FRAN FORTJ IIII oj t l Lk I 1 I I 1 rtr r1Q r i 7ft T S L 4R VV w J6f Jl LIST OF OFFICERS OF MASONIC BODIES The following Is a list of the r grand officers elected by the vari cue grand bodies of Masonry which held their annual meetings in Louisville this week Grand Lodge t Grand Master Dr R H O isRhea Grand Master James B 7Garnett Jr Grand Senior Warden Samuel K Veeoh Grand Junior Warden Henry P Barrett Grand Sercetary Capt H B If Grant Grand Treasurer Capt John H Leathers Grand Chapter Grand High Priest Joseph H Ewalt Deputy Grand High PriestAl HazelriggIrGrand King H H Holman J Grand Scribe George A Lewis Grand Secretary Capt H B Grant Grand Treasurer Frank H John f son f Grand Council Grand Master Joseph H Ewalt Deputy Grand Master William R JohnstonGrand William Ryan Grand RecorderCapt H B GrantGrand Principal Conductor j Work Samuel Leidligh Grand Chaplain Charles E DunnGrand Captain of the Guard Henry A Hodge Grand Conductor of Council John T Kinkaid Grand Marshal Sanford D Van PeltGrand Steward F E Board DEDICATION OF MOUMENT TO LATE CAPT ED PORTER THOMPSON Louisville Ky Oct 19 1904 The twentieth reunion of the Or than Brigade C S A will be held at Favrikfort Ky November 8 1904 for the purpose of dedi cating the monument erected by his loving comrades to the Hun Ed Porter Thompson late brigade historian and former State Super intendent of Public Instruction the model soldier eminent educator stainless public official All the jaSlroads in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Georgia and Mississippi have given reduced rates on the certificate plan Be sure to get certificate from railroad agent when you purchase ticket All veterans Sons of Veterans and Daughters of the Confederacy are invited to attend Siiuioroly THOS D OSBORNE Secretary Orphan Brigade rr HAVE WE A CITY CLOCK IF SO WHAT ARE THE USESITO WHICH IT IS tlhabove Is a query which often arises in the minds of our citizens of late For almost a year or probably longer we have had a town olook in name only So far as marking the time It has boon a dismal failure It could not oven When running be relied upon as l kA ar if r lo JJ rr dl wi J tr YI cl Cloaks and Suits Now is the time for these and we are ready With new shipments just arrived of the newest and best for next week our showing will be unusually ftrong as we have some exceptional values specially priced for quick selling See the lot at 1250 v- u Do not miss the specials at OOO giving the correct time and no olioI who expected to go away on any train has thought of consulting it as to the hour For the greater part of the time fr the last six months it has boon standing silent Why is this Is It true that we have no one in our city competen to attend to the clock If wu say wo have not it is a pretty heavy slam on several clever gentlemen who are practical silversmiths and clock makers If we admit that we have competent men then the query comes back why is not someone employed who can manage it r Is It true that our City Dads are willing to let things go as they are rather than employ sonic one to attend to the clock who does not train with the faction in power We hope that arrangements will soon bo made and the old re liable as the clock used to be styled put to work again The want of correct time is a crying shame to a city the size of ours ONE OF THE VERY BEST The DoprowBurdetto Stock Co which has been occupying the boards at the Capital Theater this week is one of the best If not the very best stock companies that have exhibited in this city fcr long time Their performances have all boot wholefsome Manager McNamnra is to be con gratulated upon the success which has marked the engagement of this company good audiences have marked every production and they have been delighted with the work SUNDAYSCHOOL MASS MEET ING AND RALLY The Frankfort District Sunday schooliAssociation Auxiliary to the Franklin County Association will hold n mass meeting and rally in the Christian church on Friday evening Out 28th The now pas tor of the Methodist Church Rev J O A Vaught will speak and Miss Nannie Leo Frayser of Louis vine State Superintendent of Primary Work will speak on the topic The Child in the Midst There will be good singing as the chil dren of the various schools in Frankfort will bo thereas well as all Interested workers COUNTRY FIRE On 1Vndnesday evening just after the west bound C O train had passed the residence of Mrs Robert Ueltschi on the Benson Valley pike an uld blacksmith shop and an adjoining shod wore found to bo on fire und wore consumed together with a buggy which was under the shed The loss was some UOO The blare was supposed to have been caused by sparks from the train as every thing is so dry now WANl1EDInclnstrioLH man or ropresentatlvepany to business in territoryBusinesslashed Salary 20 weekly and weeklyfromadvanced Experience not essen tial Encloso selfaddressed envelope General Manager Como Block Chicago 628t i 1i r f II j JJ ff 4lJ sl Silks and Dress Goods TV e show every weave and every rightOur 140are sporged and shrunk and are a little better than others Our Mohair at oOc in plaids neat dots or plain are directly im ported fur us You get the bomfit SILK SPECIALS Messaline Silk all colors worth 100 fer next week 69c Just tho thing for a waist II CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR Mr W F Moore of the Benson Valley is a candidate for Assessor of this county subject to the action of tho Democratic party Mr Moore is a clever and reliable gon tleman and if elected will make an efficient officer Ho has jolly and popular Edgar Harris with him as his deputy LAYING CORNER STONE OF KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL On Saturday next October 29 at 8 oclock p in the corner stone of the new Kings Daughters Hos pital will be laid with appropriate ceremonies It is earnestly hoped that a large and appreciative au dience will bo present Tho program of exercises will bo given later on Dont forget tho tinge and place Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARK- ST89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves UjO pint Arrives 74i n m Orleans Special No LPIM m 1201 p in Arrives 585 m N3121 Local Mail NollLea ItR 720 m Arrives 455 n in For Fulton Paducah and intiirnuxunte points Connection to ant front Elizabeth IIodJlnvillo iind llniikinsvillo no Sunday service to Ellzubothtown and Hodgen Stops at nil stations No Accommodation No 1J2 Leaves p m Arrives 055 n in For Central City Connecting service to Hodpcnvillo unit except on Sundays alt nil stationsStol Trains lion Daily C It U TIME TABLE t30CTH NOllNJ PM Lexington 8 MHiikfort 0 0r Bilfl Slielbyville 705 4r Louisville 11U01 8OC NORTH No 22 INo AMI A I8belDvllle Shirt WaistsA- re mi absolute neufnlty with your Ooit Suit and are more fasiiiotmbb than ever We have tin now thing Madras Ynist nt and SlliOIWool Vnl0t nt SlM to 5 Tailored Silk Wnists at to 10 Elcgxnt goods ii Notions Fall drossnuke a will find many hints for economy in tho Not m items below Place cross op posite the goo s you need and bring this list with you on your icxt shopping visit ijAlldell oat IVnalc 25o Roll Whilfbiiiif Casing lie Covered Fentherbnuc ready covered 145ci fJ Blankets Dont hesitate on these Blanket Specials but bu y quick We olin novir again obtain such tine goods for the money wnen these are gone Hath Robe utikct p elty patterns 125 pair Blue Phid Bl take s all wool 5 and pair Special tine White Blankets 00 I 11 llfI N1 pl JwcgetablePrcparationfor similating ting the 5tIrulcl1S andBowels of Promotes 1iesionCheerru1 ness and RestContains neither Opium Morphine tlDr Mineral NOT NARC OTIC IhapeolOldZ1rS JBcrlulk A lion Sour StomachDiarrhoca WonnsConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK t EXACT COW Of WBAPPES- CASTORIAIFor The Kind You Havef Always Bought t Beats the- Signature If I The Kind You Haves Always Bought CASTORIA jf t Ideal r VacationPlaces S There is a splendid vacation inJsouthern Michigan and that adjoining northern Indianaa country of many tiful lakes running streams clear as 1til11j1and deep woods Here are delightful places for J L c J cv boating bathing camping out and kindred pleasures where you can enter into a simple joyous summer life perfectly free from everyday conventionalities The cost is very moderate Board rooms in farm houses and small summer hotels at rates averaging from 5 to 8 per week There are also many furnishedi cottages for rent at reasonable rates This entire region is reached The Lake ShoreMichigan Southern Ry and the T M R which it operates To assist in selecting a vacation place the following books will be sent for 5 cents in postage to cover J part of mailing cost RgmT 5to The Ideal Vacation Land containing paces 8x10 inches of beautiful views from photographs made especially to Illustrate some of the lake country and to Quiet Summer Retreats containing a list of summer boarding places Including summer hotels farm houses furnished cottages and camps with rates features of location and other information Address A J SMITH Q P T A Cleveland 04 P ICTTFlBREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE Every one knows that Flour is high hut every one dots not know that wu are way below tho market Therefore wo kindly I1r e that you do not buy your Flour until you examine our highgrade Flour anti compare It prices with others Every sack or barrel guaranteed JOHN DRIS COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort KentuckyI 1 l f 4 F 1LD JOHINSON COVYRANY tJl Wish to announce that on Monday October 101 they will open a I Ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN lute of Boston We take pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and willbe pleased to see all of her old friends t k MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY J r 4 RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Tboodoru IJowdnnof Wiml Hor Va will preach at 11 am 1 Rov M B Adams tho pastor will proaoh at 780 p m Night Subject TStis Moses nm Anron or The Oneness of the Tv Covenant0 II Sundayschool at 045 a in in tho ohapol Hume Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Button Su porintgndont Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Pooplus Union will meet in tho chapel at 080 p tin Loader Hurry YL Parront Topic Tho Power of Personal Tnfluonae Maraca Bible Class at 045 taught by tho pastor Prayermeeting Wednesday night at7HO in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats tree ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chi jReotor Sunday October 8 1904 Owing to the absence of the Hoc tor and tho repairs upon the church servicei7HO p in Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in those meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov Dr liurris A Jenkins President of KOI tnuky University will preach at 11 a m and at 780 p11 will deliver an address upon Forefathers Day- Sundayschool at S80 a in it tho chapelChristian Endeavor Society will unoot in tlu unapol at 045 p m Loader Mrs Bowen Honry Topic How Wo Clan Enlarge and improve Our Work Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in tho ohapol Topic Christian Union and How to Hasten ItII The Junior Endeavor Society will moot on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapel Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and tl 7T30 p m- Sundnrsuhoolnt 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m f Prayer mooting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend f CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 1000 a m Sundayschool at 200 p in Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIANC- HURCHRev J McClnsln Blnyney D D tho pastor will at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at S4f a m Young Peoples Society of Curls thin Endeavor at 045 p AllI tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night nfc780 p nr The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught tho pastor will at a m and 730 p m u Sundayschool at 045 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at f tendCroup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eoloctrio OH Perfectly safe Never fails At any drug Y Store THE MAN FROM MEXICO AND THE HOWARD DORSET CO The Man From Mexico tolls with rollicking uptodatn humor as fresh and blithesome as the breezes that blow of tho life and adventures of one Benjamin Fit how a society club man of Now York City who through a practical joko placed upon him by his club friends is lodged III jail and de tained for thirty days FltzhowIbeing a ready speaker sessed of a gift of gab art of story telling rapidly made himself popular with tho warden at the jail The scones show the awakening of Fithow after being out the previous night with tho boys and the calling of tho sheriff the prison scone with Fitzhow as the unruly inmate and the final act his reception at his home Mr Howard will appear in the part of Fitzhew and he will be assisted by Miss Flora Dorset who will essay that of Mrs Fithow tho wronged wife It is needless to say that the house will be packed on that night for the Howard Dorset Company havo established themselves as being tho prime favorites of Frankfort WRITE THIS DOWN In tho book of memory There Is no such tiling as a harmless cough Every cough is a warning of a confidence that goes from mud to worse unless it is remedied right away Opiumladen medicine is a delusion Allens Lung Bal nm cures the worst of colds It clears the bronchial passages so that the lungs get plenty of air Why not get a bottle today SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris- Ings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to tho Weak Bottles only 100 Size holding 2K times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by B C DeWitt b Co Chicago For safe by J W Gnyle drug gist SALE NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until November 8th 1504 from proposed purchasers of tie Mary Inno Cochran property now occupied by Collins C Havens as a warehouse fronting 45 feet more or less on tho wect Silo of Lewis street in Frankfort Ky a d extending back westward to the Odd Fellows lot being tho lot on which is situated a ono story warehouse with two office rooms in front and is opposite tho Elks Home Terms onethird cash balance in equal installments at ono and two years with n per cent interest from date of deed Posses sin to be given subject to lease by the month to Collins Havens as soon as deed can bo made and delivered by Mary J Cochran of North Dakota after her acceptance of a hid The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids JOHN B LINJSEY Agent 78t CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic eon ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much bettor at home propor attention to food digosti0l1- alld It regular use of German Syrup Freo expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest a id tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest clanger C11l11horegularlya wanner clinic you of tho thousands of consumptives there tho few who aro benefited and regain strength aro thoso that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25s regular size 75c At all drug gists yr Horse Timers Chronographs Split Seconds Five Minute Re peaters Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY in 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler t I jti1rll o lV IrIf you ago interested in the future welfare of your family or your own old age fill out the coupon below ami mail tD J Ralph R Wilson FRANKFORT KY SPECIAL AGENT OF T- HEEquitable ILire Insurance SocietyT- HE t ltSTRONGESTJ Naule Aides Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurancexI think Ill buy assurance about J LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 15 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2No4 DailyEx A M LenoI Leave J Stations rI225I 735I Lexington 0I 005 12011nchesttjr 1010I 92i City 430 300 54I Stanton 400 455 Natural Bridge 401I440 jUII 51 to08I Beiittyvillo Junction 826 015 l4Tuc1c Oi 225 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No8 No DillyMls A Lye M Lv Stations E h Sts No1 Xo M P M Ar o IS W f Clay I oti 22 M P r 1No No21 Dally Ex Sund Ex Sund AM Ar PMAr 980 Jackson 380 P25 O K Junction altt 1120I 10I 843I Vilhurst 41i 10 152 Hiunnton 480 1J 124 Leo City 510 1222 1750I 122 Helvchawn 618 1228 119105 Cannel City 545 1245 INos and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos and points on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintenden- tJ B BARR CHARLES SCOTT Manager G P A C IJillWS r isviu Inww 9 BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION TTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper H DAOON D P A A Cor 4th nod Market Lou1a1ll1A 11J 1ti rh DailyMis IA 62Torrent 191 ML 0 II 0 for IGenernl I ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutch t of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USINGSoDENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife JIayuord Ave Mr Healing and wife 2005 N High Mr Miracle and tvifeGrocerVBroau Rev Dawson Rev J J Sliingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Vitson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denua Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But ti a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLCSQrug xfiii5k G rI 4 tf if U 1 L PROGRAM OF THE TEACHERS 4 MEETING OF PEAKS MILL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT l Sntimlny October 221 1004 at 10 n m at the church SongWelcome Address Mr Albert LoIgeDiseipllueT R Jones Dis onsspil by Annie Lucas and Ed Wright DistrictP1 Sallie Claxton Discussed by Sam iiuel Roberts and Martha Graham Drawing Mrs C T Duvall Recitation Franklin Paradise and John Stafford Peaks Mill SohoolIJI11gnngoCorinno Qunrlos DIs- cussed by Sallie Taylor and Stella Long Noon 12 p m bMusicIdeal Country Teacher Miss Lucy Pattie 1SongBy children from Indian Gap School Recitation Kelly Smlther Incentives Miss Nato WlRgln ton Discussed by Mrs Sallie Leich and E R Jones History Lena Webster Dis cussed by Herman Smither Reading Louis True Peaks Mill School Supplementary Reading Miss Lizzie Hahn Discussed by Oman Smither anti Lula Bacon Recitation Ruth Hockensmith MusicAdjournment All who are interested in educa tion are Invited HERMAN SMITHER Pros LENA WEBSTER Secy 2b IWORSE EVERY YEAR t Plenty of Frankfort Readers Have the Same Experience Dont neglect an aching back It will get worse every enrIBackache is really kidney ache To cure the back you must uuro kidneysIf other kidney ills follow Urinary troubles diabetes frights disease A Frankfort cit izen tells you how the cure is easy Mrs Mildred S Betts wife of C M Botts carpenter of 519 Short street says My kidneys troubled me for some years oft nnd on I tried different remedies but with relieftvery severe especially at night morningtwas also a kidney weakness distressing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured were j Just like mine Willing to try almost anything to get relief I I went to J W Gaylos drug store I and got a box I took them as directed and soon noticed the difference In my condition The sharp pains and the aching disap peared and the other complaints were banished Deans Kidney Pills act like magic and the relief they give is lusting For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburri Co Buf falo Now York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other t r ONE OF MANY Summertownlwith the Piles Specialists worn employed told 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 manly many cures that have been effected by this wonder ful remedy In buying Witch Hazel only necessary to see tthntyou get the genuine Do Witts by E C DeWItt tS Co in Chicago and a cure is certain DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold by J W Gayle ISlAIPlG GROUNDr Dr E H Black now Sit years of ago und unusually vigorous for a man of his yours is visiting rela tives hero and attending the pro tracted mooting of the Baptist church Dr flack now resides in Louisville with his daughter Mrs las A Hodges The protracted mooting which is nptisthurchUp to this writing them have boon seven addition to tho churuli Rev G W Arirahrito the singing evangelist of Georgetown is assisting Pastor Hill Squirt J S Lindspy and Mr Geo E Wilkinson are both on the sick list Mrs Lida Adams and Miss LizhSparks havn gone to St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Mr Leo Pone and Miss Jessie Hockensmith of Punks Mill are guests of air A M Duvall The long drouth instill unbroken and our farmers and others are compelled to haul water tar man stud beast Springs never known to fail be fore are running dry Farmers are feeding their stock already UNO L A LITTLE LOSS Of flesh and strength littlo harking obstinate cough and a little pain in the chest may not mean galloping consumption but they are signs that prudence will not neglect A row dosns of Allows Lung Balsam cause a free discharge of mucus and so loosens the cough It heals the inflamed air passages and all its beneficent work is accomplished without a grain of opium CLEVER FELLOW Mr David Kirkpatrkk the capable and popular chef Is now cm ployed at the Elks Cafe where ho requests his friends to call He assures them that they will find all servedIstands his business MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP Theres nothing like doing n thing thoroughly Of all time salves ArnicnSalYoand cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils UlcorsSkin Eruptions and Piles Its 25c and guar anteed to give satisfaction by all druggists GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source if and all the fine spirits ever male in the Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a had liver or the producesand a halt liver at the same time Your liver must bo in fine comB tion if you would feel buoyant eyelightful In your pursuits You can put usingGreensest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain euro for dyspepsia or indigestion It has relnelyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus Insure you a spiritsTrialAt all druggists lyr FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing tho perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dept B 1185 Broadway N w York City Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate ueala ekln eruption O4STOnIABears the hi Signature ttHof 5000000CASH r I LON COFFEE 3 in Addition to the Regular Free Premiums how WU You Jj II like aCheck like This W inWget Worlds them In Fair t I Presidential Vote Contest contes1 Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a = cent stamp entitle you in addition to 4 the regular free premiums to m one vote The 2cent stamp cov = mm ers our acknowledgment to you 1 that your estimate is recorded lYou can send as many estimates as desired Grand First Prize of 500000 will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presl dential Vote Contests We also offer 8500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee Gayle applica President can- didatesk November RIn people President received Woolson O November estimate etcIS250OOO Frizes 100000iPrizes Prizes 900000 I How Would Your Name Look One of These Checks a Everybody uses you will use LION COFFEE long to get acquainted with it you will be and convinced there is other value for ThenIOU will take otherand thats we advertise And are using our advertising money so that both of wewill a benefit for Meade WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE z WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO hll1conditionvermifuge They are not fowl medicine and the best in ute to horse in prime condition Pi if cenf per pllcJct1l e For sale by J W Gajle and Leronntt1 COAL I have n lot of till et COAL on hand nudWI uld be glad to soil you your ply fall and will for sure treat you nioely J T Spencer EFHILLFNMEYEySO Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Offer for the Full of 1H n full stock of Fruit and Ornamental THM italic Vines Asparatrns Small Fruits Shnilis and avoryiliing for the Orchard Lawn and Garden DoKtrlptivu cataloguu on tion Sept 24Sm OLD TAYLORI r PREMIERrHSj E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors I Frankfort KtIliue cy L I fffi Mis fey 1 i l J1 w dl + esti the 1 First Prize 1 Prize 2 each 5 10 20 6000 260 100050O get your IN The sum has Bet aside by THE if be as to the THE who total vote cast State el Ohio for of the United at be held Nov 8 19O4 IS WE Our Subscribers Who En gage In Intel lectual Cint st To one of vote f 5OOO To Heoond 5000 SJSOO 1000 To Fifth 600 Nen est To Ninth tNoan Xo 8000 To Next 5 Knch 2325 I total there will an of 10000 A Grand Total of 50ooo The award for exact between Oct and Nov m withdrawn nr added to tho award for toe rearet timate a But If tho exact Is prior to a special award of Is of malting a total of SJXW run VUTE nrFIE To better unable tho of The Tribune and The Weekly to havo the tltxires of years before them the follow ing arc given to show total vote In OhM for Picil dent of the United States jar the years tram to tho last 1S92M1 1020107 11l104jKl What will be the vote cast for for all combined at the m 8 1904 j 1900 election 13959653 voted For nearest correct mates in Spice Com w office Toledo on or W 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest second prize to next nearest etc as follows Second 100000 Prlzes560000 1000002OOOO 100000 Prizes 10000 100000 Prizes 100000 5O Prizes 2000 260000 1800 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO on coffee If enough no such the money no why Hence Lionwe usyou sup this 2m A STUDY dOVERNYieNT AND POLITICS 5000000above been eCIlVNIITI COMIHCRCinL TRIBUNE distributed awards eubaoribors of COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE erTHE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE estimate the In the President States the election to HERE WHAT OFFER- To This Gigantic inttkluc iiwuioKtcor rect estltnate oxucttotnl of Nearest ToTIUrd NourctToKourtliNenroat Nearest nnn IOUToElghtlt ToTontliNoxtSOO Nearest 10KuchiOfi Nearest ninouutInutoJiOOCO 11010011 eeathutito- tile paid addltiouamount HUmatc first making toalit 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