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I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IVOL XXVIIItFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 29 1904 NO 8 I KENTUCKY BUILDING PIANO One of tho Works of Art of tho Ex position Will bo sold to tho Highest Bidder IOno of the things In the Kentucky at the Worlds Fair that makes it attractive to all visitors is the very fine upright piano occupying a placo on the first floor This piano was a gift from D H Bald win Co of Louisville Jt has a splendid tone and was valued by the piano company at 600rrho front panel is painted to represent a Kentucky scene as are the side panels These painted panels are considered veritable works of art by exposition visitors and have attracted as much attention as any thing fof this character on the Worlds Fair Grounds No letter description of tho piano has been written than that by Miss Wilhel mine Loss of Lexington in a letter to a friend while she was on a trip to Cincinnati last May to attend tho musical festivities during which she had the privilege of a private view of the annual Amer loan artists exhibition Miss Loos writes as follows II I have been greatly interested in the piand Mr Meakin has decorated for tho Kenuoky State Build r ing at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position and am altogether dev lighted with it in its completion The piano was prepared by one o the Baldwin companies hero at the request of our commissioners and is of native Kentucky walnut of beautiful color and quality with carvings representing the loaves and seedpod of our honey locust Mr Meakin was asked to decorate the panels and he has put upon them some typical Kentucky scenes making a short trip par ticularly to study tljnm I oould i not think when I first heard of the intention that a painted piano might he beautiful but seeing it in the studio was thoroughly v4charmed So well has tho artist carried tho tones of the rich dark wood into his landscapes that the effect is absolutely harmonious and one fools that the two arts aru linked together to a perfect pleas ing In tho largo front panel is tho principal scone a little town with hula beyond and low meadows in front line roofs of the houses poor through tho trees one can guess at shady streets pleasant to walk through smoke is rising fron- hoarthi where friends and stranger W BOYS OFITHEThe very best that can be tailored a large variety of styles to humor particular parents There are lots of advantages in buying here a nd not one of the least Is the saving of money tobuymakinghim tohaveother kind better that hangs all askew and goes to pieces in no time and moneyFathersclothes at comparatively low prices are atyour b rvl- ceDouble= Breasted Suits 2so to 750 London Norfolk Suits 350 to 750 Overcoats 250 to 900 Suits that will look well as long as a thread of them is left good material patternsaresizoso to 16 years R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY are welcome and late twilight seems to blend with the early moonlight that is reflected on the quiet stream in the foreground Pre cisely what town it is one might not say its identity is rather hinted at than plainly told but the coloring of tho trees hills and meadow is familiar the aspect of tho scene is homelike so that in a far land a Kentuckian might gaze at it with misty eyes and a homesick heart Altogether it is a picture to dream over and ono could feel intensified tho charm of all tho dearest remem bered melodies with this before his eyesOn the small narrow panels at either end of tho key board are bits of trees and roadway and sumo thing of tho same motive on the ends also all of tho same thought storybutsongcyole There was some paintingnow famous versos possibly tho first lino The moonlight falls tho softest KentuckyBut the outcome of that I may poem overonthu sinstio but truly it is delightful to see so fine a thing accomplished and I am hoping that in the multitude of beautiful things at tho Ex position our people may not fail to seo this one that is so expressive of the State we love and that see ing it some ono of them may be moved to carry it away to his old Kentucky home where ho and we may enjoy it forever The piano firm paid Mr Moakin thefpiano so this brings its value to entuoltyCommls810n tho piano from any and all sources THOSE WHO WERE SICK OR HAD SICKNESS IN FAMILY Voters living in tho city who rwore sick themselves or had sickness in their families on the registration day can have thoir names enrolled by going before County Clerk Smith on Monday Tuesday or Wednesday JAN YOU EAT J B Taylor a prominent flier chant of ChriosmanTox says I could not ont because ot a weak stomach I lost all strength mind ran down in weight All that money could do was done nut all hope of recovery vanished Hoar lug of some wonderful cures ef DyspopslaOurefirst bottle benefited me and after taking four bottles I am fully re stored to my usual strongthweight- sod health Dyspepsia andr KENTUCKY SOUVENIRS Very Much in Demand by all Worlds Fair Visitors theLouisianaconceded to be the most popular State edifice on the grounds and visitedthisshown so much interest in its furnishings and have brought such pressure to bear to obtain pieces of- it for souvenirs that the Kentucky determinedcarpets draperies and curtains in 410 These furnishings were secured thankstonishing houses who donated their largecards overtheBuy a USEFUL SOUVENIR Of Course You Want Something Suggestive of Kentucky All The Furnishings Carpets Cur1 tains Draperies and Show Cases In tho Kentucky Building Are for Sale CHEAP SomethingInquire Office for Prices Since the cards were put up sev eral hundred yards of the carpet and about fifty pieces of the furni ture have been soldrriJOso in Kentucky wishing to get a piece of tho furniture or some of the cur theSecretaryKentucky Building Worlds Fair Grounds LUNATIC ARRESTED A nan by the name of Hannon an escaped lunatic from tho Eastern Kentucky Asylum was arrested nightUponent Rodwine tho man was returned to Lexington on Tuesday night ROBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as oondiItloncontinually in baojc and sides no bylilymo uprlhon I was advised to use joytheprovement I continued their use tar three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one GOlcentsguarantood f Q r il fifI CHARGED WITH ROBBERY Innes Clark and Ed Diamond colored were arrested by Officers Lillis Harrod White and Brown on Tuesday charged with robbing alleyTheyLater Clark was discharged and Diomonds held to the grand jury SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION Tho supplemental registration will bo held on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday October 31 and CountyClerks fromthoday or who wore sick themselvesor had sickness in their familiesupon that day will be allowed to havetoThere are quite a number of registrationPROGRAM LA YING CORNER STONE KINGS DAUGHITERS Saturday Oct 2c Judge T L Edelen Master of Ceremonies InvocationRev M B Adams Music By Selected Chorus AddressAdmiral 0 C Todd Retired Address RavCarter Helm Jones D D of Louisville Row is lfie TUna To BugYouIFall aim Intel Dig 1 Goods new and are rare for your Dress Goods 50 in wide Black Cheviot extra henry qunlity worth 12ii this week you buy 100 yard SuitinJIonly c per yard Also values idle per yard We were lucky in in on the low prices on Indies Iud chil drens excellent values at per Union Suits in torn or grey at 25c cud 50c per suit and 104 Wool Blankets with pretty at 1525 350 and pair 72x10 Silkoline orts with tine white cotton tilling 225 Silkoline Comforts made well and tilled with good cotton a at 175 each J SMALL CYCLONE Just after 5 oclock on Friday evening a small struck the Benson The tobacco barn of Mi Rain Moore containing 4000f1 3andaway and generally were tJwaRMr Sam A Hulettes smok8iwas blown down also We rpgret to hear this as both gentlemen clover and A ions men losses and can to meet f RAIN AND HAIL 1 yoveninghail visited this city only 5t 111things IItilttbeingthe high wind Jif f 1 BUYS A LOTE r Mr Ed S Coleman has pur tacorner of feet front by 112 feet back for 075 St Mr Coleman will build a house on the lot in the near future While the stock is complete Wo offering 1 inducements in each department considerntioni can for per 85c showing extra for Underwear getting Underwear We are showing 25 garment Blankets Comforts All colored borders 00 per Comf made Good bargain cyclone Valley things house of are industri ill afford It Logan 50 rLadies Tailored Suits Ladies Suits made of good qua ittheiot medium length coat loose belt attached a bar tLunish suiting coat tho tourI length j ffAIIOupward I Tourist Coats rIf you are looking for the correct styles in Coats or Jackets call and theother cud we are sure that you can II1HItd HUo Exco relit values illtJgcoat at 750 to 1250 Skirts 1t You will have no trouble in lug yourself in Skirts ifOU cometfbare to bur We love a large all sizes at from 850 to 1x00r liiCloaksWo are showing tho grandest line iof childrens mud infants Cloak ifiudplease you Wo have them in white lId colors all sizes and the low prices will interest you Ji C 8rBRO r r NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY ff dJ t t I j I jii If v1rl PERSONAL Mr David Nkol spout Sunday r with friends in Shelbyville- Mr A Logan McKeo of Cincin j nati spent Sunday horn Mr Schuylor B Mayhall Jr of Lexington spout Sunday hare UlissMary Gray is tho guest of friends in Lexington Mrs Bessie Cronan will go to the Worlds Fair next week iMiss Junnio Robb is visiting rein Louisville Mr Tohn P Hanloy was at French Lick Springs this weok Rev Cr Nugont of Bloomfield was in the city this week Judge W C Mackoy of Coving ton was in the city Saturday Major W B Bradley has returned from the Worlds Fair Miss Elizabeth Haolricg has re turned from tho Worlds Pair Mr Rob Farmer and wife have returned from tho Worlds Fair Mrs Thos J Nunn has returned from a visit to Louisville Dr V A Kaltonbruu Jr has gone to Louisville Mrs O N Smith is visiting rela tives in Cincinnati and Newport Mrs Lottie Wilson is visiting rel atives at Anderson Ohio Cox has gone to fLouisyillo to reside Swigort Taylor made a 4business trip to Chicago Ills this ti week ll1turnltMrs 1 Q A Stewart is visiting t c Dr H M Posoy in Louisville Mr John B Walters has returned from tho Worlds Fair I Rev John A Head of Monterey ItTituls1ayrMrs Louis Evans is visiting friends in Birmingham Ala fDrr S Coleman has returned the Worlds Fair Rev J1 Simpson of LaGrange was in tho city this week Salemiweek Mrs A R Burnam and daughter Miss Madge left Tuesday for Rich mond Col L W McKee of Lawrence burg was in attendance upon the S Court of Appeals Tuesday Neil on of Cincinnati Ohio 1llrwas the guest of Mr W H has returned home R Boland Weitel has gone to Oswego Mont to spend the winter YrMiss Sallie Dorsoy of Bloomfield is tho guest of Hon Ell H Brown anti wife Mr Get W Johnson and wife 01I1Sii Jessie Botkin old Mr Claude Sargent have gone to the Worlds Fair tCnpt1T West und wife returned night from Eastern Ken t i tuckyDr 1 H Floore of Sholbyville was a visitor here this old homo 1 this week Judge lion G Williams attended Vcircuit court in Versailles this t Mrs Jerome Wcitzel and laughter Miss Amelia visited friends in Louisville this week fA Mrs W G Simpson auqson Robert were guests of 8 Louisville this week Miss Lizzie Pepper left Thursday for N e town to visit her sister Mrs C H Hatchitl Mr John W 3elr nUn and wife of Versailles were guests of Mr W H Posey and wife this week Mr Howard Taylor has roturnrd J from a trip to St Louis and Louis f yule tL Mr Saml Howser and wife of La vrencehurg wero guests of their son Mr W J Howser this week Col W H Murray of Louisville came up on Thursday to attend to some business affairs r Hon H D Gregory of Coving ton was in attendance upon tho of Appeals this week W C Herndon attended court in Versailles this I1uduo M Cralk and sister Miss Jennie visited friends in Louis ville this week Mr Franlc D Clark wife and daughter have returned from a visit to their old hone in Lewis county flHOll Lawrence Maxwell of Cin wits here on business in tho Court of Appeals on Thursday Dr and Mrs Bryan of George town worn guests of tluir laugh i tar Mrs A M Sleek this week DREOROEMELEI Specialist on Diseases of Children lam0111cu and nwi u ace nbovw WE1TXEL k KrJfflJloniODONNELL Ml Mali St I r Old J84 New J36 II l l l t i UI 4 AiJ Ar Alason B Barret of Louis villa spout Sunday hero tho truest of his mother Mrs W F Rarret Mrs P Fall Taylor of Clayton Ga is visiting her fathor Ccl E H Taylor Jr at Thistleton Mr Cecil Farmer and Miss A lico Farmer have returned from tho St Louis Fair Mr Walter G Chapman who has bun at Warm Springs Va has re turned home Mr Howard H Taylor loft Sun day for Louisville to have an opera tion performed on his crippled arm Mrs Hen McDonald of Louisville who hits boon visiting friends hero has returned house Mrs Sallio R Thomas and son spent Sunday with her sister MIT A A Bailey in Bagdad Capt Chas C Furr who has been attending time Worlds Fair has returned home Mrs Robt M Bergman and son of Irvine are guests of her parents Capt J T West and wife Mr1 W Marksbury and chit Iron spent Sunday with relatives at Sholbyville Mrs Clifton R Rollins of Law renceburg visited friends hero this weok Mrs Fish and Mrs Galloway mother and sistor of Dr C A Fish woro his guests on Saturday Miss Maine Bull is visiting hor sister Mrs W J Williams at Ir vineMr Ed Fonnoll wife and son of Cynthiana are at the Capital Ho tel for tho winter Miss Nannie Hammond and Miss Lucy Rodman have returned from tho Worlds Fair Mr Harry C Graham of Greenville Miss who has been visiting relatives hero has returned home Mrs Thos P Averill and children visited friends in Louisville this week Mrs Jas W MoEwan and Miss Christina MoEwan are attending tho Worlds Fail Dr E E Humo and son Edgar visited relatives in Spencer county this week Judge 1 e Wright of Newport attended the Court of Appeals on ThursdayJudge C ORoar was a visitor at his old homo in Mt Sterling this week Rev A B Chinn has returned from the Episcopal Convention in Boston Mass Mrs PtP Pepper has returned from n visit to hor daughter Mrs Chas D Clay in Fayette county Mrs Geo M Adams of Winches ter was the guest of Mrs Kate Patton on Sunday Miss Rosalie Merrill of Richmond Va is tho guest of her sis tor Mrs D W Lindsey Jr Mrs H B Tunes Sr has been SWit7Grlthisville was the truest of her sister Mrs V1 Hughes this week Miss Janie Dehoney has returned from a visit to relatives at Georgetown Dr C A Fish has gone to St Louis Mo to visit the Worlds FairGen D W Lindsoy who has been attending the Worlds Fair has returned home Airs VanWyck and Miss Van Wyck of California are guosts of rHoLOttlO E Watson Wapping street Mrs R Boyd Robertson of Lou isville was the guest of her sister Mrs 1 Grimy McLean this week Mr B G Graham of Lawrence burg spent Sunday hero tho guest of relativesMiss Watson and Miss Sarah Burnam ore visiting friends in Richmond Mr1 M VanDerveer and wife returned Satuiday from tho Worlds FairMr Worthington Ford was tho guest of Mrs Robt H Crittonden tills week Messes Poll Lafoon H F Linrl seyand Paul Sawyier have returned from the Worlds Fair Mr M B Nash of West Point Ky was the guest of his sister Mrs Thos P Avorill on Saturday Misses Carrie and Lily Bush of Louisville were guests of Misses Pepper this week Hon M C Swinford of Cynthi ana was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Friday Mrs A M Drysdall of Louis vide who hits been the guest of hor laughter Mrs Frank H John son has returned home Mrs 11 B Adams and son harlcs who havo boon visiting relatives in Mason county have re turned home Mr V1 Williams and wife of Irvine who havo boon visiting parents Mr K C Bull Sr h1I wife have returned house Miss Jo Murphy of tho Post jlllce who has boon visiting her sister Mis Jos Bryan in Louis iille has returned homo Miss Ella Battorton of Emi nence who has boon tho guest of hor brother Mr J A Battorton has returned home itf i i 1 4jMt e Concerning Silver and Cut Glass ire want to call your particular attention to our Sterling Silver and Cut Glass In buying silver you want the best of course Our goods are made by houses with a long establishedreputation and have stood the test of time Our stock will moot the of the trade from the most inexpensive article to the finest examples of hand demandsI warts Our goods are known everywhere to represent the must approved and able designsThe best showing of new and uptodate things ever offered in I C LlL vJlClo our thirtytwo years of business The most beautiful line ontthe market Designs original finish unsurpassed S Dont fail to see our line ot silver deposit ware I M A SELBERT 230 ST CLAIR STReliable JewelerFRANKFORT KY h FLOURLfUllJ r J spoiled broad to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but njspecial with John Driscoll 11 Ellwunger and C W Snttell Mr John B Lindsoy Jr of Mississippi was tho guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsoy Sr and wife this week Mr J A Buford of Now Castle who has boon the guest of his son Mr Jas T Buford West Side has returned to his homo Mrs Richard Morris Mrs r W R Williams and daughter little Miss Alice visited in Louisville this week Mrp Lucy Ford of Nebraska who has boon visiting her brother Dr O H Reynolds has returned homeDr L M Scott and wife of Jel lico Tenn who have been guests of Col Juts A Scott and wife have gone to Eminence to visit relatives Mr Edmund Watson Taylor has gone to Now Y rk City on business for the firm of E H Taylor Jr d Sons Jndgo L C Willis of Shelby ville was in tho city on Wednes day in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Mr Win Henderson of New Orleans La who has been tho guest of Mr Siam D Johnson and wife has returned home Mrs S A Tipton of Mt Ster ling who has boon tho guest of tier sister Mrs Ed ORoar Fourth Avenue has returned homo Mrs R C Crockett Mrs Claude Sargent and children loft Thursday morning for a visit to relatives at Murfreosboro Tonn Judge C E Booe wife and laughter Miss Eloise attended tho wedding of a relative in Lexington this week Mrs Yebi Matthews and daugh tel Miss Huth who have been guests of friends here have returned to their home in Now Castle Mrs Fannie Thomas Mrs Katio Callahan and Mrs Pat McDonald have returned from the Worlds FairMr K C Shipp of Epp Owen conntv was the guest of his daughters Mrs O 0 and Mrs T E Konnoy this wool Mr Chas L McKee of High Bridge nod Mr A Lotran MoKoe of Cincinnati Ohio woro guests of relatives here this week Mr John L oiglor who has boon living in Louisville hits returned homo and accepted a position with S D Johnson Co Mr Tipton IJPIOl who has hoof tho guest of his sister Mrs J C Hubboll loft Friday for tho John E Miles was called to Lexington Monday by the serious illness of hor sister Mrs Susie Fogg a i r r Mrs H M Keller and sons who have been guests of Col Green R Keller in Carlisle have returned homoIDr E H Black has returned to his homo in Louisville after visit- Ing at Stamping Ground and in this cityMrs Elton C Gray of Chicago Ills wile has boon the guest of Dr J W Gayle and wife has re turned home Judge W M Kavanaugh of Lit tle Rook Arktvho has boon the guest of his mother Mrs A M Kavanaugh has returned homo Mrs B G Graham who has boon visiting her mothor Mrs D C Hardin in St Louis has returned home Mr Andrew Bowman wife find daughter Elizabeth of Lexington were guests of Mrs Frank Hewitt Ga this woolIhas returned homo Mr Dudley Lindsoy U S Clerk at Owonshnro was the guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsey Sr and wife this week Miss Bornice Soottow of Louis ville spent Sunday here tho guest of her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife Mr W W Longmoor and Mrs Lola B Longmoor who have been visiting relatives at Cynthiana have returned homo Miss Nora Miller of this office who has been visiting her sister in California for some two mouths returned homo on Sunday night Mr A Diulley Blanton of In dianapolis Ind visited his mother Mrs A B Blanton this week re turning homo on Tuesday Miss Helen ORoar who is at tending Science Hill Academy Shelbyvillo visited her parents Judge E C ORoar and wife this cityMrs H M Bain of Lexington who has been the guest of her brothers Messrs J C and Gilbert H Mastin returned homo Saturday morning Mr W H Negus wife und daughter of Greonvillo Miss who have boon rusts of her parents Gen D W Lindsoy and wife leave returned to their home Judgo Jas H Polsgrovc who was in Sholbyville on Friday on business in the courts was taken very ill und has boon quite sick over sluice Mrs Hugh Branch and daughter who have boon guests of liar pa runts Mr E E Rossen and wife Louisville have returned to thoir homo in N- iJ t itR Vtj4tli 1Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Sacce sf al treatment for blood and akin diseases Fran torCcf C1nmnnati 8isThe Midland Route Loral Time Table 41 jIIIT A3MPm No81 Not3 4 NotUNo1j21SUNDAY Ar 1123 f 1L17 7 704 Elkhorn Itfll 706 ti 219 rili llltt 0 2 2J 7 82 It3tamping Ground 1U53 6 48I1010 6 7 6 47 IGeorgetown 6 251 IIU 6 d 2 8 05 Newtown h S Centerville 46160a817 Elizabeth 6 S0r8 f Parlw Tunctn IJ 5 8m 88U Arl Paris fLv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with O xO- Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central l Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BfiTWKBN FRANKFOlwrST CINCINNATI VIA GFoicsrowNiP DIAMpM 200 0 60Lr Frankfort Ar IX 35 8 W 47JLv Georgetown Arl Ar Lv 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAUIS P l P M 200 Lv Frnnkfoti Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 80 Lv Parry Ar 598 00 Ar Olnclnnntl Lv 355- BENTUCK CENTRAL R n POINTS r 2GA1720P217P17 IlP U A Winchester Li OUA245p- 15P jA MIIlviJlo L 5 45A 1151- Cynthiana p02P- j 5tp A Rlclunand LI 20A 155P ACinchumti 255 obeli Excursion tickets good ovory day oxoopt Friday and Satur lily HUTTONrPreslUlIl CHEAP RATES TO CINCIN NATL sI for tho round trip via Frankfort it Cincinnati Railway and Quoon Crescent Route from Frankfort Ky on account Latonia races On sale Novomhor 8 10 Ifi and 17 daysfromS E MUTTON General Pass Agent i I VARIED TOONLAND In Louisville on Saturday Mr Henry J loon of St Louis Mo und Miss Kenneth Land of this city wore marriedI 11UriERnACK FARMER At Church on Wednesday Mr lien IHtorbaok and Miss Maude Farmer were married by Rev O L Powers Mr Uttorbaok is a hustling young farmer and stock trader a son of Mr W U Uttorbaok His bride ial tho lovely und accomplished daugh ter of Mr George M Farmer Hearty congratulations are extended r SyrupIDr Wcavorg Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the akin EXCELLENT SERMON AND ADDRESS On Sunday last Rut Burris A Jenkins D D Resident of Ken tucky University at Lexington delivered an excellent sermon to tho congiegation of tho Christian Church in this city Dr Jenkins was in fine trim and his sermon was a strong presentation of his theme At 780 in the evening he made an address to tho congregation upon Forefathers Day which was an able and thoughtful one Largo congregations attended on both of these occasions Dr Jon kips is a favorite of a large circle of people in this city DEATHS FAULKNERIn this city on Saturday night Mr John Faulkner aged about 23 years of consump Lion The funeral services were con ducted by Rev M B Adams from tho residence on Wilkinson street on Monday afternoon at 2 oclock and the interment was in our cemetery WRIGHT In this city on Monday evening Mr lames L Wright aged 78 years of rheumatism of the heartMr Wright was a quiet industri ous and retiring gentleman who had the respect of all who know I himHo leaves three sons Mr Ed i ward Wright of Lexington Mr W M and Mi Huh Wright of this city and one daughter Mis Harry Hastings of Shelbyvillo to mourn his death Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev M B Adams on Wednesday morning at 10 oolpok from tho residence on Taylor aver nue and tho remains were laid away in our cemetery PILL PLEASURE Earlyteffects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and to tilt tissues and or bowelsPAINFULLYWOUNDED On Thursday night is kilo Mr Emmot Goodwin and some friends d were examining a pistol it was aocidoutly fired Mr Gs hands the ball entering tho loft rnnplngJDr Goodrich find ho was taken to his home whore ho will likely re main for Home time for while not dangerously hurt tho wound will prove very painful 1 t ti si1s 1TRESPASSERS FINED IlEA VIL YIThreo colored taken possession of the brick cot tage on the roar if the lot of Miss Minnie Scott on Steele street were arrested by City Marshal Whitehead assisted by Officers Brown Robinson and Thomason and taken before Judge Horndon on Tuesday They refused to vacate the house when notified As they had taken forcible pos session of tho house the officers took forcible possession of them to have find to hold until a fine of 5580 each was satisfied Castle Tobin will have boarders for some time GOOD FOR CHILDREN The pleasant to take and harm less One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all oases of Cough Croup and LaOrippo because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of tho trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and euros permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifeRiving and lifesustaining oxygen to tho blood and tissues Sold by W Gayle- REPUBLICAN SPEAKING Dr Bon iiBrnnor Republican candidate for Congress in the 4th Congressional District will address the voters of this city and county at tho Courthouse on Monday next October 81st at 2 oclock p m Dr Bruner is well known here having served as physician at the Prison under Gov Bradley and also a Representative in the Legis lature Ho is an able and eloquent speaker BLUE GRASS BEAUTY MAGAZINE We are in receipt of Ne 5 Vol of tho Blue Grass Beauty Magazine for October published at Lexing ton Kentucky by Mr Sydney Taylor Tho present number has a special article on the pretty little city of Nicholasvillo and its busi ness enterprises The paper is full of clean healthy and interesting articles both of fact and fiction and is well worth reading THANKS Wo are placed under obligations to Mr Hitor Mitchell of Woodford crop pears which ho sold in this market Ho will please accept our thanks for his courtesy ELECTRIC PLANT FOR SALE Tho Capital Gas and Electric Light Co has made a proposition to the City Council to sell their electric to the city This of course toes not include the gas plant It said tho price asked is 85000 Tho company propose to take tho bonds given by them to tho city when tho gas plant was purchased MONDAY NIGHTS ALARM At 785 on Monday night an alarm from box 21 called the fire boys to tho Masonic Temple whore an electric light bulb burned out It was not necessary to turn on the waterHOPING TO ESTABLISH A BIG FLOUR MILL since tho J E M Milling Co was run out of the city by unfriendly treatment thoro has boon great nood of a lour mill in this city Some capitalists are hero now looking over the ground with that end in view Col Goo B Harper President of tho Business Mens Club is chaperoning tho gentlemen and hopes to land tho enterprise lit tY ti hb i t J j m zt PROGRAM ORPHAN BRIGADE REUNION To ho hold in this city on Thurs BImeet at Repre immodintely Crockett whoso father was a mem her of tho Orphan gade 8 Response by BrlgndlI 4 March to o Address turning over monu mont to Brigade Fayotto Hewitt Address accepting and dedicat ing ntonunentCo1 Hiram Hawkins th 1 now of South Caro CARD OF THANKS r I dosiro to return my sincere thanks and that of my wife to Jr friends who so kindly sent flowers and words of tender comfort during our recent bereavement God bless you The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of ATTENTION WHEAT BASRERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay tho highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO KyBothJuly 23tf I PROGRAM Teachers Association at Jetts Saturday November 5 1904 at 10 a m Opening exercises Address of Welcome Mr Leo A cut Primary Arithmetic Misses Mina Jett Bettie Bowen Music Misses South Schools of the Past find Present E R Jones Recess Recitation Pupils of Jetts Dis Study Misses Mary Hearn and Lizzie Hahn Pupils of Crntcher District Reading Miss Etholino South NOON Song ilnl South II In Our Schools Annie Belle Fogg School Miss Lucy Pattio Tim Benefit of Teachers Meet ings Mrs Lizzie Downey Roberts Reading Mrs Nellie S All friends are cordially invited to attend MARY HEARX Pros ANNIE BELLE FOGG Secy DO IT TODAY Tho time worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the torso advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it to dnyand lot that remedy bo Dr Boschoos Gorman Syrup which has been in uso for over thirtyfive years A few loses of it will relieve your cough or cold and its continued uso for a fow days will euro you No matter how doop seated your cough oven if dread has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely oiroct n cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung troublo Now trial bottles J5c regular size Too At all drugigsts lyr i tttEaet KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE WITH Nsw Disfi ry PrlcoFOR100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB I LES or MONEY BACK IIHv You Pin Your TO J E M Flour because it wont 1illchiIts reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the j E m mining GO Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptieos E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO THE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY pearsIand IEver CureI IOlliS1ville linnI allICASTORIAFor Magisterial OwenResponseCounty Superintend trictNature MusicRecitation SpellingIIesImprovement Administration CoxSong totinyis demoralizing undoubtedly completely consumption LUNGS Dr Kings can Faith ACTION W W 41rPlII lrwl rgll 1rYr 1r7114Y r4tirProfitable IcTooth = Si Brushes r r Are the kind that save loll i tists bills but the great j 2t est profit IS that they save ii your teeth It is almost j i impossible to wear teeth y W out theyre five times M harder than hone but i what wear Gitli do germs will do unless you give the 1R teeth attention Your i hest defense is good tooth- brushW W e hun them lit iJOt luc ma uc limit M would be called high qual Jg its at most stores but we +J prefer selling you some Jg thing better Ve have a brush with our I1I111te u1 it nt H5l that WP guoraurteerr- i11 WI to lit szitisfttetotv or it not ve rive you a new one 0 ti rn rim hi IiC1 TnG GUyID llrlm Hor s r r e wl 1I M 1r 11 l KAfHERINE V THOMPSON Instructor on Piano Forte EKKXCKGeowtown ColkRO of Music Apply for terms ShelbyStroit NEW PHONE OLD PHONE 12m Dr J S Collins DENTIST Bin Maui St Frankfort Ky 51tf t r 1J DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats 3 Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers of tht Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat oS after arrival oCmorning trains Returning arrive Week PM Sundaysooo r Fare to Detroit unlimited round trlplC Excursions to Detroit and r turn Week 2 Si Sundays 75C To Pt 1Ioronandreturnia delightful two days trip only Saco meals and berth extra Special Rate 1o Societies Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad A gent or write 0 F TrMyr OOLDBH0ffJ e OASTOEZIABears 8lgnatntro of A COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary ute CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge r DAN MOORE ns n candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to too action of the Demo erotic party at the primary 10to t FOR REIBESENIAlIVE- We are authorized to announce Col E H TAYI OR Jr as a can didate for the otllco of Representa tive from Franklin county in tho next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party Ste FOR REHPESE lA1VE1tWo are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this lit as a candidate for tho- nomlnlltiol1 for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo crane party JSre FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J We are authorized to announce WHEY C MARSHALL as a can suhjecttoparty Del IltfI- NT E R U R A N SYSTEM Cars leave Lexington for Pall every hour from 1111111 to 7 p m and at nnd n in Leave Paris for Lexh gron every hour from nn to S p in and WI m everyhourGeorgetownforat S and 10 p m Cur 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Cioorgotown at 4 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 m Leaves Lox ington fur Paris at 1195 Leaves Paris for Lexington at li p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper andatheater parties and school business ind family tickets chill ho had on application at the companys otlloe 104 West Main street East Ton phone12jIY ALEXANDER President tf LT1ie FrankfortHoundanDut Entered at the postofllco at Frankfort Ken tucks us second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCTOBER 29 1904 A COPY of Kentucky tStntethe Inspector General October 17 1904 The Secretary of War- Washington Sir General Burton Inspector General of the Army in his recent report to you expresses the follow ing opinion regarding the Canteen Question he says That the canteen is a moral benefit to the army and the absence of the can teen loads to sickness and the corn mission of military offenses loser tion and other crimes as well as impaired discipline by driving the men to resort to low dives and uroggories that have sprung up like mushrooms around military reservations since the prohibition law was enacted General Burton also says this seems to be the almost unanimous sentiment of the armyAs one who has served in the volunteer army both at our garrison posts and in time field in war raid also in the regular army in a gar rison post and who is now Inspec tor General of the Kentucky troops I wish to enter a vigorous but nevertheless respectful protest and denial of the truthfulness of every isuch claim made by General Bur or other officers of the army I shall put the cause and truth and right up against our honorable army ofllcers thereby eliminating the writer and man and teens wis dom The sword of truth being used God rightly receives the credit for victory I believe we can well afford to be just and strictly truthful even in dealing with Gods enemies and we can not well afford to be other wise for in so doing we both destroy ourselves and the effect of the truth we toll The most outrageous lie one can think of thrown in the very face of the devil does not displease him a bit but time thin edgo of time sword of truth drives him to confusion Fierce and indiscriminate denun 1oiatlon of individuals without definite proof of willful sin is an l unchristian and wicked as the lying flatteries of false prophets Be lieving all this so strongly then I shall proceed accordingly and make known to you and the public facts probably hitherto unknown The oillcers of our army are right or they are honestly mistaken t and therefore wrong or they are clamoring for what they know to bo wrong for some important reasons and are therefore hypocrites Are they right in assorting that drinking whisky and beer is amoral theyran SHYLOCK rShylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convalescent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh- f and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone andmuscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh jVewill send you a couple oft rjouncesfree SCOTT tit BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York f sec and fioo all druggist r11i ifs JItl1 J Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me BirminghamAlaas followsIt pleasure that I recommend DrMiles Nervine and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have me Last winter I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could lie on left side for a long time got your Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now with my heart and riJhtFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettingnerves of my heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried yourRestor firstfewone of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recommend it to others afflicted as I was bottleAddressDr that Is destroying and damning and ruining physically millions of men and boys daily is a preventative to sickness of our soldiers Are they right in saying that a poison that causes mon to desert their homes and littlo ones will keep a soldier from deserting his Hag and country Aro they right in claiming that a thing that causes brother men to murder each other ie good to keep soldiers from murdering each other Aro they right in saying that a drink that makes men kill women will plant n pride and love of country in the hearts of soldiers Will the very article that causes civil ians to be civil lawbreakers there by destroying the public peace and rendering prisons and civil courts a necessity be the very thing to keep soldiers from violating mili tary laws thereby aiding discip line and rendering military courts tho beginning of this world up to now no man or sot of men no devil or set of devils has ever had the audacity to make suuh claims Xo distiller of whisky and no saloon keopor nor a single bum or drunkard hiss over made such startling claims as this liquor being a benefit to morality And it shows the awful straights his sntanio majesty is in and that tho time is almost up for this Arch De ceiver to lie hurled off this earth into the bottomless pit when he goes on by his former agents und secures officers of that great army that in former ages made possible Deulnrnitionnow in his last gasping struggle Are our army officers honestly mistaken In their claims that the cantnen is a benefit to morality It is possible but lets see Congress thought it was not a benefit and by its acts of February 2 1001 section 3K directed as fol low8HJho sate of or dealing in beer wine or intoxicating liquors by any person in any post exchange or canteen or tiny transport or upon nay promises used for mili tary purposes by thr United States is hereby prohibited Tho Seen tary of War is hereby directed to carry tho provisions of this section into full force and effect Hud the commands of Congress been obeyed and tho full force aunt Toot of this law boon en forced then tho officers of time aimy the War Department and Congress and lstly the sovereign people could have determined Intelligently and truthfully tho good or badceffects of this law The salt of liquor to tho soldier tho enlisted mon hats boon stopped To time olficors it has not Time sol diers are not allowed to bring liquor in their barracks or on the prom ises of tho reservations tho cheers are allowed to Time cartoons qr post exchanges where tho soldiers could formerly buy liquor were im mediately closed upon tho passage of this law and have forever since remained closed The olficors clubp where they purchase from novel f 4iJJJfi If r iJIrt closed and sell liquor secretly Besides officers keep liquor in their houses The private soldier is made to obey tho law and the officers willfully disobey it The soldiers see the inequality before tho law and the disobedience on the part of their officers and being Americans they resent tho hypocrisy of their officers and become revengeful reckless and obstinate and then willfully disobey the law when they otherwise would not I tell you tho way to get obedience to law and orders and good moral conduct from tho soldiers is to re quire it first of the officers Tho officers obedient moral and sober time men obedient moral and sober The officers lawbreakers and hypc crites the soldiers lawbreakers and hypocrites The road to good discipline and good moral conduct for tho soldiers is narrow and leads right straight through the officers For proof of every charge herein made I direct you to the writer who has witnessed the violations herein alleged and I also direct you to every post commander presi dent and officers of tho officers clubs and almost all of the officers of the army and to thousands and thousands of enlisted men who if placed under oath will corroborate tho above in full I can almost direct you to another class of army people if it bo necessary The utter disregard and disobedi once of the known laws of Con gress on part of tho officers of tho army almost as a whole insofar as their buying and drinking liquor is concerned coupled with their al most unanimous opinion that again selling liquor inside the posts to the soldiers is an aid to morality and good discipline etc might create tho suspicion that it is self they are thinking of in that they are fearful lest they too will have the law enforced against them thereby banishing liquor and all kinds of drinks from the oificers clubs and officers quarters My third proposition may now read plainer and I shall repeat it For are they clamoring for what they know to be wrong for important reasons and are therefore hypocritesIf be any of this kind we wish to remind them that human language cannot sufficiently express the vileness of willful sin es pecially hypocrisy Tho terriblo arraignment of over 1800 years ago was of hypocrites and not the or dinary poor sinner Some may be honestly mistaken and we trust they may got right and stand up for right We cnn not see how any sane man can prescribe unholy unright eous or the devils means for effecting a permanent nut honorable and patriotic spirit in tho hearts of our citizens and soldiers If the devils means are used ho will reveal just too little to really raise the standard and morals of mon so that a lint failure will en sue for if he does otherwise he is destroying his own household a thing ho is not apt to do Therefore righteous and holy Gods means must bo used if we aro to succeed It is a mark of in fidelity to show want of confidence in Gods plans and means to regen orate and make now tho man that- ho may be a righteous lawabiding beingI tho government will not- by law carry liquor to the soldiers and thon by another law tell them if they drink and get drunk or com mit a wrong tho government will by still a third law severely pun ish them Instead of tho next congrossionul enactment authorizing tho sale again inside a post let that law ho- so written as to banish still further from the posts tho sale of liquor to either officers or soldiers A nd lastly I believe the enact ment of laws and the issuing of orders to be only onotenth of tho proposition and that the other ninr tenths is seeing that they are obeyed Beauty cards and drink have destroyed ninny great armies be fore They havo largely contrib med to tho destruction of tho Russian army today May they not destroy tho people and army of tho land of my birthRespectfully NOEL GAINES OA SilO EIE Asoars thoTheSignature TIAIof l ibJ tjr N Pleasant to take I Laxat veiSyrup j Ii NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor f And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a r normal action of the bowels wh n minerals andtheir salts iare irritating to the intestines il LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such asiaSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnesso Bloated Feeling etc t Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than jj any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLED 1 f NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows I have an immense stock of GLASS all sizes and cantinterest you as to price and quantityx FRANK G STAGG 1 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc 4Tt 9 WILLIAM YKOJUN A W MoKK The Yeoman Carriage Co1 Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favor ably Known to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than nil tho printed praise wo could bestow upon them You cnn easily satisfy yourself that this is and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail Time reputation wo have established for good work and fair denting under tho firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Hoimiller Esq in 1876 we shall fully maintain in the soy oral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departimeats are fully equipped and we wish to Hay to our friends should us possibleWoalso a nice lino of our own make of its usual splendid quality Wo are pre pared to build to order any stylo of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN M eKE EflOpposite PresbyterianlChurch VERSAILLES 19iy FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 Mi tt OFFICERS OF ELECTION Tho Board of County Election Commissioners have appointed the following gentlemen as officers of election for the ensuing year Bald Knob Judges 0 Allen R and G V Harrod D clerk Jeffery Allison CR sheriff John sorrell CD Parrington Judges Zack Rea- R d and Chap Thomas CD clerk Bud Hardosty R sheriff Rob JHawkins CD s Gloros School House Judges B Murray R and Ed Sheets D clerk Jos Duvall R slier iff Wm RoaclHD Thorn HillJudges J P Pifer R und Jack Glass D clerk Wm Innis CR sheriff J W True D Switzor Judges J Stigers R And John McConnell CD olerk Quinn French CD sheriff Jame- Costlgan R Peaks MillJudges Jas Brylos R and Russ Burchflold CD clerk E M Rambo CR sheriff Jeff Lyman C- DBloomingtonJudges R A Pilot R and Peter Baker D cler- kS D Settles CR sheriff H C Church Hwnllowfleld Judges W T Simpson1 CR and Dennis Onan D clerk H C Harrod D sheriff W H Poe R Elmi11oJudges Wm Wright R and Milt Wlggington CD clerk Henry Quinn CR sheriff Dennis Wilhoit D Bridgeport Judges John Dooley R and Chas Wright D clerk F Parront B shoriff W L Situ Baileys MillJudges W E Thompson D and John Wadkins D clerk Jas Waldner D sh iff Ed Bailey D Cru toilers School HouseJudges- H Shaw D and JohnTop as R clerk Hugh Cromwell CR sheriff Henry Hearn l D Forks of Elkhorn Judges G L Hannen Dand B T Quinn R clerk Calvin Greonup CR sher iff Cass South CD Utterbaoks ShopJudges J T Duvall R and Ezra Shoots CD clerk W H Parrent D sheriff Hugh Holder R- BonsonJudges Francis Goins R and Loyd Smith CD clerk Thornton Sudduth R sheriff Duaid Bryant CD Harvioland Judges M F So bones R and Wm ONan D clerk F Smith Jr CR shoriff Dick Bennett CD Flat Creek Judges Jasper N Hutcherson CR and Armel Wad kins D clerk Chas F Beawn R sheriff Richard Pe ton CD SETTING A PRISONER FRH1E A man with rheumatism is a pris oner His fetters are none the less galling because they are invisible To lm Perry Davis Painkiller coirjus as a liberator Rubbed well into the swollen stiffened joints it snot merely drives away the pnlllI it makes the muscles so that the prisoner becomes n freeman There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50 cents FINE SERMON 1Rev J Theodore Bowdon of Windsor Va preached for Pastor Adams at the First Baptist Church on Sunday morning last His theme was taken from the 8th chapter of John 82d verso And yo shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free It was a splendid presentation of the truth said anoarnest appeal to his hearers to accept the knowledge of the truth and become free from the toils of sin and outer the ser vitro of Him v ho alone can make mon free in the highest sense of the word The largo audience present was delighted with tho sermon Mr Bowden married the hand some and accomplished daughter of Mr Sam Martin of tho Stead mantown neighborhood and with his wife is on a visit to that fam ilyWo hope to hear him again in the near future CALLED MEETING Thu members of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C are re If quested to moot at Mrs Samuels Saturday October 29 at 8 p m Business ot importance Please attend LUCY PATTIE Secy r i fIIP JMoCLURES FOR NOVEMBER McClures for November is fairly athrill with the keenest interest in the world of men and things of today In both article and story it is not only pleasing but hewn close to the lino of life Indeed Mo lures seems to become constantly richer more varied and more bril liant as this number Is well in evi dence Three great political articles especially distinguish the number at this time and mako most im portant contributions to the liters ture of tho campaign Vivid pen pictures of the two loading candi dates aro presentedParker by ox President Cleveland Roosevelt by Senator Lodge tho first by tho man whose own experience best qualifies him to speak with author ity on the Presidency the second most interesting and searching Rocsevels t through the eyes of his longtime friend and political adviser More new light a sensational revelation in fact is shed by Ray Stannard Bakers researches into the records of the two candidates oti the lane question Though candidates and party managers are dumb their records speak for them and tell story every voter will want to roa a story as interesting as it is important Mr Bakers rare power of vivifying facts never showed to greater advantage Stewart Edward White begins a new serial The Rawhide like his other stories full of tho free of of tho wilderness poignant with its color and immensity He has chosen for nis present setting th wonderful desert of Arizona an out of the long monotony of the simple lives of its people he evolves dramatic possibilities which prom iso a great story His description of tho desert its meaning and its influence in this first instalment shoVH him the master artist here as in tho forest and tho mountains It is illustrated by Maxfleld Par rishThe short stories of the number squarely strike the note of the hour Booth Tarkington draws on his political experiences for a won derful story of politics with a char acter creation that will take ran with Ms best inliTho Need of Money James Hopper himself a famous college football player leaves his chosen hold of the Phil lippines and describes Tho Pass ing of the Veta football story of intense realism and power strikingly suggestive as well as fasci nating Rex E Beach mixes pathos humor and tragedy into moving whole in The Thaw a Sliscos The rough dark life o tho Klondike is lightened by senti ment with artistic strokes A most fetching love story is Kilbreth of Bally raggan by Grace S Rich mond a tale of charming people and plot all should know Myra Kelly calls her East Side school story II A Passport to Paradise t and into it throws the rich humor and insight into the life she describes which have characterized her work hero A stereoscopic picture of that most vital of school problems wihe Parent is given by M H Carter out of a long personal trial at solution It is most humorous Wlwell as instructive rending A Rolkor contributes a very article the biography of a Now ItoanloffirefightIIers narrative of the marvelous escape of two Union soldiers from a band of guerrillas during tho Civil War by W H Soak an astounding story of actual experience Tho number closes with an odi torial on Tho Making of McClure Magazine which describes the organization of the famous which has done such stnlfI work for this popular BIG SENSATION There was a big sensation in Evansville led when W H Brown of that place who was ex pected to die had his lira saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery fur Con sumption Ho writes f endured insulVorablo agonies from Asthma but ollr Now Discovery gavo 11- 0hnuilHatu robot and soon thereaf ter effected a complete euro Sim ilar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its tho peerless ruin edy for all throat tend lung trou uuarnnItood y I r JI i IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Routo Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno Oth Kentuckys popular line the Hen derson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points operntedinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Iouls Leave Louisville 880 a m 000 pm and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 016 p in 720 a m and 610 p m justfromern vestibule pattein and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky throughacomposed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 900 p m train through without change of oars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back spat passenger coaches trainsapaydAll trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from themagnitlceitt now Union Station StjLouis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis nr to points west ask the andrhave them in stock and will be glad to wayYou in every re anddthis line which lists been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS 1004 Rates via Frankfort d Cincinnati By Queen d Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten days on 60day and 15 day tickets Rates from Frankfort 60day tickets 1285 1105kCoach excursion tickets good onlyon Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cin cinnati i e Baltimore Ohio Southwestern B R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton Dayton Ry Convenient schedules No change of depots necessary Through tickets from Frankfort scouredftd General Passenger Agent GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE Hendeorson Route THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTK FO- RKENTUCIIAN STO ST ASK LOUISTAES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tray Pass At Gen Pass AL LOUISVILLE KV NOTICERARE BARGAIN I have a receipted bill from Judge W J Ponce for 0000 foot of timber at 5 per M which I will sell for 25 JOHN EDGE 6lm Frankfort Ky i 4 tii rI l E iIRi rti ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TOHAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Gin oinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn onownythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made In special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car servico Fascinating trips complete In every retail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati overyWodnesdl NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double dally vestiIbulocars car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- UULFPORT MISS The Groat Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot n d telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car SAr vice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Central or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J McDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P Chicago JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION COICars leave every hour from S a m to 7 p m anti at J and tIp m Leave Paris every hour front 7 a m to S p in and at 10 p m Single fare 40 centsLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p Y AIEXA 20tf mI New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May Thu new trains will leave St Louis a in daily The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily IJoriceIcar servico for isco Excursion tickets now on For further information call on or R T G MATTHEWS nddres9I Trav Pass Act H 0 Gen Pass TOWNSENDI i l l r 4tJ i i t ts A SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouieLouisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 255 1901 Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 am pm pm 780ArLawrenceburg 955 620 1016 642 9iM 1000IIGeorgetown 740 No No No6 nm pm am 710Arj40IILawrencebnrg 643 540 820 720 620 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 IjAllLexington Also on trains Nos and 6 Through ObserIHarrodburg thSouth i cars from and to lllefNiCtT Knoxville and orristown Tenn1lTrain leaving Louisville carebetween t ington and ChattanoogayBetween Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 nArPrinceton 100 pm 145 a mISt Louis 686pm 732a m No8 No1 mArHuntiiiKburg 425 amniiiatHl 255pml 71P a mrrN-o 0 No Lv Louisville Ar Huntingburg am850pmEvansvlllo p ln l80p m l Ioo No12 Lv Evansville 780 am 115 p mimArJUotkTrnlnsLouisville and St Louis yyuleTrains NOt and carry Through firstclass Coaches between and 1 suerLouis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis CarlwithapplytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer HesortIfolder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssitant General Passenger Agent- St Louis Mo C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS esending sketch and description ma ascertain our opinion an Invention is probably paten able ommunlca lions strictly on Patenta patentsPatents e special notice without charge In tim Scientific Hntericait A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lamest err culatlon of scientific Journal Terms 31 nowsdeaiersMU l lirancit Office F at WasblnJton u WORLDS FAIR SHORr LIN H SOUTHERN RAIL WAY Fortyfive miles the shortest r easiest best to the WORLDS FAIR 4OLook at tho schedules t 1 dailyArriveSolid through train front Louisville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ville with sixteen section Pullman Sleeper All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Walmsh Suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will bo an nounced soon II W CREWS T P Agent Lox ill toll Ky AgentLoxingtollC H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo f k Vd f sc7m S FA RLVL E RZibelino Mixtures 40c Confidence is the golden chain that Ribbons Gloves worth 00hmdscustomers to time Farmer store Hero rare guarantee satisfaction here undYou will find here nIl the A broad gathering of Scotch Mixt Suitings to still rarer price lowness that colors and widths fabric and lI Moves in f 75c worth r 1001uu will immediately limited confidenceproper now most in absolutely correct modes nt figures demand Better still they at special pricesNovelty Suitings es eonnvonmuch in the favor ofcpecially attractive prICestlJ most properly pricediBlac-kI economizers Gloves IeekGolf mercerized Dress Goods Special Next in SpecialsBlue Brown or Black La shades 25o and 50c 1500 worth 1 2000 No 80 Black TaffetaUl 8 r r Black Cheviot spounged to 2500 This is an Ullrrhe whole Farmer store will abound in fine Ribbon lOc worth 25c 1 and shrunk 42 inches usual offering values tomorrow Though everything in our Mocha Gloves 125 wide 50c- Black Tuesday Nov 1st special stock is new and seasonable backward weathfer oisplay of manufacturers line makes strong price inducements neces Polka DotCashMilane and lined Mocha Gloves 57c worth 850df BLACK CLOAKSsnrylmt you arc more interested in result colorings 29o and 45cSill0mere Tourists Coats Scotch than cause then read below the interesting Broadcloths mixtures 750 to 1000nnd economical result of our efforts to win Handsome Coats 1850 trade with some of the finest values ever placed Plaid Ribbons 2oc and New Fall Shades Kid Cheviots and Kerseys to 2500 before the Frankfort public 85c Gloves 100tiRoundaboutrWritton for the ETHICS OF EDUCATION Fifth Paper 1Some writer has said that to b well educated one need have onl three books the Bible Shakespeare and the dictionary and the though Is suggestive pertinent and wisely presented Fearful of too mud religious instruction ninny prom anent educators of today insist or the utter nullification of all forms of moral or sectarian introduction In university college or the public schools and in thus advocating f such a theory have established aI predicate as well as a precedent inimical and prejudicial to the well grounded broad minded rl psychic teacher who is determined to regain lost vantage groundandI to train todays child in fold senseafter the similitude of the great law given whose ipse dixit reads Train up a child in the way it I Should go and when it is old it will not depart from itnI A boy who has character will be ready to meet the vicissitudes of change and circumstance with ease and facility Character gives ash Well fts wins confidence It is the wool of honor from which a coat of mail can bo woven that the swiftest arrow of shame or the keenest knife of disrepute can not pierce Every thought every act every word adds links to the golden chain and our failures or successes help to form a reputation that might he destroyed by nn external force but the destruction of a char acter can be eflected only by some internal force There are thousands of parents todny who are slaving to give their boys capital on which to make a start in life but who give no heed to the building up of the same hoys character The house might I as well be built without foundation under it Educate the boy Give him a trade inculcate the doctrine of eternal fitness Teach him self reliance honest convictions revert ence and polite diction and with clear insight and unprejudiced t vision ho will go forth armed and prepared to meet and combat daily difficulties possessing the funda mental and vital requisites of an II all round sensible practical true education without which the acquirements of schools the gra oiousness of learning the training of mental acumen are fraught only with vain conceits morbid ambi tions hopeless failures criminal catastrophes and moral wrecks on the shores of agnosticism The true secret of happiness for every day living said Canon Wescott u is not to escape toil and affliction but to meet thorn with the faith that through them the destiny of man is fulfilled that through thorn wi can even now today reflect the imago of our Lord and be transformed into the like ness of the groat Teacher Children love to hear the story of the 4 Baby born in the manger the lesson of the boy Joseph and his J breathron the tragedy of that Oath Bemone in which wo too weep asI we follow up the the cross of vary It were well for us to study the divine Ego and then to go forth ready and willing to give ally It l of life to the cause we have espoused Text to acquiring good friends The best acquaintance is that of good books Knickerbocko Tales Leather Stocking Tales the story of Pocahontas and the one hundred authenticated tales of Lang Sync Grecian and Romai mythology especially pleasing in history and biography Traditions legends and myths are always nut and interesting and the folklore of our country neighborhood or State is most entertaining for topics and discussion The tales of Shakespeare are too sari yet as told in the simplicity of Lambss Tales of Shakespeare they are robbed of much of the sor rows Good wholesome truths of every day life lie hidden in man of these grand plays and are re written as history art science comedy and tragedy on the white pages of the childheart Only a child of peculiar mold and a refinp organism should have access to Shakespeake Indeed only a teacher of exquisite sensibilit should dare enter upon the task of transcribing All that is grand and noble all that is vulgar and corn monplace is therein portrayed In language as pure and as chaste as virgins thought or ns immodest fiS a bold buffoonery will allow Word pictures should bo framed only in priceless material for tin soul of the child looks out througl your diamond lenses Common sense is also an essential attribute and important in the highestkde tree when one determines hewing out a royal road to learning Tin possessive quality of education is negative without this faculty and n competent instructor is readily recognized by the child Inculcate principles of correct and grammatical English Encour age broad and cultured methods style and manners elevating to the highest plane of ethics and matchless as the most exquisite bit af statuary X S COX SOME MORE BARGAINS One Week Beginning Saturday Oc tober 29 and Ending Saturday November 5 1904 Boss Flour 24 lbs Sack 75c Best Spring Wheat Patent Good Cider Vinegar lOc gal Now Navy Beans 8 lbs for lOc Saner Kraut Co pur qt Pure Loaf Lard 9c per lb Mothers Oats 2 pkgs for loo Fresh Ginger Snaps 5c per Ih Now Cracked Hominy 3 lbs for 50 18 Ihs Granulated Sugar Elgin Creamery per lb 3oc BLUE GRASS GROCERY 81 THOUGHTFUL MAN M M Austin of Winchester IntI know what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver rouble physicians could not help nor He thought of nnd tried Dr Sings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured nly 25o at all drug stores A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn 2xJO also good tenement house and nil timer necessary outbuildings situated 3 miles from Frankfort on Louisville irnpike For terms apply to GDHAW INS on the premibes oo223in f 1 LLs4 U ILETfER LIST a list of advei tised letters for the week endin October 29 1904 Allen Fred Bailey Miss Lulio Benson Walter Gay Brnylor J 11 Burk John W Burn1 Mrs Mattie Collins Miss Minnie Dazie Miss Mary R Dinsmoro James T Dutne3 er William Enoch Walter J Ezell Mrs A Ford S H Green Lena Rn anA Berinh Hall James B Hopkins Wilburn Howard Mrs Mica CharleyMcLane Poy ntor Rousseau Priohard Dr J C Rnynolds Mrs A Richards Miss Cordelia ColRon no Miss Anna Sanderson R Fi HenrySmith Rosa Wilder All- Williams Mr Richard Wright Mrs Ada Young Stibos Persons calling for the above lot tens will please say ndvorised E M DRANE P M PUBLIC SPEARING Hon E H Taylor Jr will ml dress tho voters of the Hnrvielani precinct at that place this Sntur day night at i oclock All voters respectfully invited to attend Queen and- CrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A A1 L A N T A BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORTNEWT AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter O E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky C 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH NO211 INo PM uv Lexington 8 630 Hankfort IU 619 Shelbyville 20I 1 00 lr Louisville 8OC No 22 No NORTHM PM Louisville 830 Sheloyvllle 9U8 7OC Frankfort 1018 740 Lexington 1116 84f Ii it Ii The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years lias horde the signatnre of s and has been made tinder his pcr sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but 1 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ib contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys VOrJU8Iand allays Fcverislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend i GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the Signature of The KM You tee Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 1j = 15 VacatIonIiExpenses Are you in search of an inexpensive place IIfor your summer vacation where you can S5 have a really enjoyable outing at but a mammal cost The inland lake country in southern Michigan and northern Indiana and that along the south shore of Lake Erie Ibetween Buffalo N Y to Toledo Ohio including the historic Lake Erie Islands I 6will meet your wishes hundreds of in this summer region You can secureJ IiIinformation address A J SMITH 0 P T A Cleveland Ohio The Lake Shore Michigan Southern RyflUTTGRADE HIGH LOW We menu just what we nyIligh QualityLow Prices Some people think that a good cuticle can not bo had for a low price thnt if they pay a good price thoy are always sure of a good article That is wrong Sometimes merchants out the prices ou excellent OoJs below cot just to get people into the store they lose money to make trade That is the case when wo offer Glonmora Whisky at 200 per gallon tJOHN DRIB LOLL KentuckyI t I IJi Atro J t t IS D JOHNSON COMPANY 1 Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will opon a ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston We take pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old friends n S D JOHNSON COMAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M Adams the pastor will proach at a in and 780 p m Moruinj Subject 1ho Church the Lords Institution To Snvn Young Men- Evening Subject Christ Our Great High Priest- Sundayschool at 945 a m in the Homo Department and Bible Class Taught by S J Hutton Su perintondont Adults mid strangers invited to join Barnon Bible Class at 945 taught by the pap tor Baptist YOl1l1gPeoples Union will moot in the chapel at 080 p m Leader John Will Hogo Topic Some of Gods Prom- iisosPrayormeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats freeASCENSION E PIS C 0 P A CHURCHRev A B Chinn Rec tor Sunday October 80 1904 Preaching at 11 a m and 780 p in Wednesday 780 p in Prayer service Friday 730 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J W Graham of Louisville will preach at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 n mein the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will moot in the chapel at 045 p m Leader Miss Efllo Carey Topic How Giving Reacts Upon Me Prayermooting at 780 oclock in the chapel Rev C R Hudson will preach at this service The Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 chapelEverybody SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CRUnCHHev Win Crowe the pastor will preaoh at 11 a m and 780 p m I This will be the last time service will be held in the old church Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p in Prayer mooting Wednesday night 780 p in- Everybody r4at invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Pother Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass 10 a m- Sundaysohoolnt 2 p m 1Vespors at 780 p 111I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClsky Blay noy J D the pastor will preach At a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris than Endeavor at 045 p Allr till young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night 4at780 p m The public is cordally invited to Attend tt METHODIST CHURCH Rev willatJunior League a tap m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night At 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend CEDAR CHAPELBro T X will preach at 11 a m rtArnold Contrast Between Wo Are Now and What Wo Shall lie At the Renovation of Creation BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN UHCHPlenchinJ by Rev Win Crowo at 8 oclock p in l Sh BIRTHS CLAYIn Fnyotto county on Thursday October 20 to Capt Ohas n Clay and wife a daughter Elizabeth Peppe- rCRUTCHERIn this county on Monday to Mi1 13 Todd Crutcher and wife a sonB Todd Jr SALE NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until November 8th 1104 from proposed purj wisora of the Mary lane Cochran prop erty now occupied by Collins Havens as a warehouse fronting 45 feet more or less on the west side of Lewis street in Frankfort Ky ad extending back westward to the Odd Fellows lot being the lot on which is situated a one story warehouse with two office rooms in front and is opposite the Elks Home Terms onethird cash balance in equal installments atone and two years with 6 per cent interest from date of deed Possession to be given subject to lease by the month to Collins Havens as soon as deed can bo made and delivered by Mary 1 Cochran of North Dakota after her acceptance of a bid The right is reserved to reject any or all bids JOHN B LINDSEY Agent 73fe CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion tine to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gormnn Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clinic you will find that lof the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists yr DeWitts ffiSf Salve For Piles Burns Sores FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAHSI PULLLIA NIOBSERVATION PARLOR CAHSi DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS Jox THIS POPULA- RHENDERSON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS TUB WESTA3JD- SOUTHWEST If you want to travel on tlio Solid Comfort Lino not tho Uomlorson Itoutu Habit Its ii good habit to aequ ire Ask the agent for this routing wliou purchasing your ticket 14T IRwIN CJEO L GAKKETT Ten Paw Agt Tray Pass ARtI LOUISVILLE KY f i h k tibtr t4 I A DANGEROUS DESCENT Poolkardr Undertaklag of Two 0law NIro 4 Reckless daring is so often displayed by workmen whose daily labors place them in positions of danger that those who have to deal with them are aston ished at no feat of bravado Mr Frank Skinner gives in McClures Magazine an instance of this daring on the part of men who were engaged in replacing the Niagara suspension bridge- It happened that so many valuable tools were dropped from the bridge that some of the more careless losers were discharged Consequently when one day a man dropped a wrench 200 feet to the waters edge he foolishly started to recover it by descending hand over hand on a steeply inclined thin wire cable nearly 500 feet long lie had no sooner started on his in sane exploit than a rival out of sheer bravado essayed to descend an ad jacent rope After going a few feet they both realized the almost impossi ble nature of the journey they had un dertaken and tried to return It could not be done and the only chance of safety lay in continuing their descent It seemed to their horrified compan ions that human muscles could not en dure the increasing strain of that long passage downward The foreman shouted instructions interspersed with violent abuse the object of which wits todivert them from the fright that added to their danger By what seemed almost a miracle both men held on until they had crossed the water Then one of them dropped safely into a tree top The other finally gave out and fell a con siderable distance to the ground Both however escaped practically unhurt CAl TORIABears theTheSignature Iof Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due 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 llnlnr the stomach iiiodoiDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles only 100 Size holding 24 times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by E DeWitt k Chicago For stiio by J W Gayle drug gist rIf you are interested in the future welfare of your family or in your own old age fill out the coupon below and mail to Ralph R Wilson FRANKFORT KY SPECIAL AGENT OF THE EquiLableLife I THE STRONGEST THE WORLD Name Address I li ffl to spend per annum for assurance lIthink Ill buy assurance about LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2No No No 3 DailyExAMI A M AI PM It oI LelwoI 1or 1010 005 tide 825 20Vineheeer 620 850 Clay City 488 4H6 918I Stanton lS 480 5i Natural Bridge 6i 401 440 03 Torrent tOlI 897 illt Junction 825 015 109I104Tack4ou 025 225 OHIO AID KENTUCKY RAILWAY IXo 83 No Daily XO22IIIINo Daily Mis Ex Siuid Ex Sand Mis A M Lye P M LyeiIA MAr PM Ar o 925I 2311Tncklon 1120 0 2M O K Junction 33t 11tJ 1J1f8 Wilhurst 417 1152 1118no l52 Hampton 980 1168 1S Lee 510 122 21I 1750I 122 HulvohnwH 518 1222 i 103 Cannel City 545 1243 119 JNos and will make close connection at O k K Junction with Nos 3 anti for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY SuperintendentyJ R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager GP A audio IBETWEEN Louisville AND Chicagc BEST LINE TO CAL1FORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A X uCur th and Market Sts LoulayW d l IL ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutchet of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger t- THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Gemrings and wife 2063 N High Mr Gooclspeed nnd wife Fratubes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming anti wife 605 N High Mr Miracle anti wife GrocerW Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High antj Maynard St Mr Wilson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denns Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But tr a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES fes 11HEFLIGHT OF TIME On a recent visit to this city of Judge Thos Z Morrow of Somer f sets he asked our assistance in as pertaining how many of the 188 members of the Legislature of 1861 of which ho was one are still living We had not thought much of the matter until he called our attention to It We hnrewith append the list 4of those who survive and it is a Startling exhibit of the flight of time and the departure of thoRe r who were leaders of public opinion 4atthat t T That L cislafure was composed largely of men of unusual ability even for a Kentucky Legislature of the olden time In those days the Very ablest men that could be ob r tamed were elected to the Legisla ture Alas what a difference now iTheshyster and the grafter are all too frequently the prominent ones and the few really able men are elbowed to the rear The following is the list together with the counties from which they came Dr 0 J Walton Senator from the district of Hart Green and TaylorHon Curtis F Burnam from the county of Madison Hon Georeo H Yoaman from the county of Daviess Son John C Cooper from the county of Lincoln Hon Robert Cochran from the Counties of Bullitt and Spencer Judge H F Finley of the coun ties of Knox and Whitley Hon George M Thomas cf the county of Lewis Judge Thocs Z Morrow of the county of Pulaski r For the Roundabout t PEAKS MILL TEACHERS MEETING- I The Teachers Magisterial Asso elation Convention met at Peaks 5Mill Saturday October 22 at 10 oclock a m Quite a number of teachers were present and a very interesting pro gram was well rendered The songs were beautifully ren by Mr Robert Church as 17slsted by Prof E R Jones and others Mr Church lORds the sing t ing at the Peaks Mill Church and possesses quite a fine voice ff The recitations by the children of t various schools were all good and 12the teachers deserve credit for training their pupils so ably Mrs Lula Baron had on exhibi tion some specimens of her pupils i drawings which were quite cred itable Mrs C T Duvall discussed j the topic of drawing in a very flu A 41ent manner The Ideal Teacher was discussed by Prof E R Jones in a practical 1 j way and ho made many good points 1MrAlbert Hodges delivered the of welcome All were rmade to feel heartily weloomeIThe response was by Miss Pattiu our most efficient Superintendent- The organist was Miss Oman Smith r Peaks Mill is noted for its hospitality and this was fully proven when the dinner hour came and a 2 most delightful repast was spread There was an abundance for each and all Mr L F Johnson was present 1andmade an address in tho after noon The social feature of the meeting was very pleasant and the exchange of ideas among teachers and discussing their work is cer tainly a good plan Kentucky Jneeds to institute an educational campaign and to discuss the question of improving our schools for this is becoming a serious question Jwith us as all progressive teachers know and the sooner we face it tothe better VERITAS NEEDLEWORK GUILD Tuesday November 1st has been appointed by tho President of the Womans Needlework Guild as the day for the distribution of garments for the poor of the town and the directors are requested to have all garments at the Baptist Church Chapel by 10 oclock in the morn ing of that day 7f genuineLaxativethe remedy tbnf in one day ABSENTEES CAN REGISTER On Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week October 81 and November and 2 those who were absent from tho city on the regular registration lay can go before County Clerk Smith and have their names placed on the registration books by making adfflavit to the facts HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax the Women of Frankfort the Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend tq household duties With a constantly aching back A woman should not have a had backAnd she wouldnt if the kidneys were wel- lRoans Kidney Pills make well kidneysHere is a Frankfort woman whe endorses this claim Mrs T Thornton wife of T Thornton barber of 583 Short street says A constant dull ach mybaokannoyed me for years On account mybnokbeen able to do any hard work about the house at all There was a constant irritation from the kid irreJ1ulnrmended to me so highly that I got a box at J W Gayles drug store They certainly helped me in every wa I felt better than I had for a long time and I have no hesi tancy in recommending Doans Kidney Pills to any one suffering from kidney trouble of any kind For sale by 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