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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEVS1fityis1 OU In Advance = YOL XXYIIIIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV mil 1904 NO19 H LAYING OF CORNER STONE OF KINGS JA rGHlJ HOSPITAL HSI In tho presence of a good sized audience tho cornerstone of the Kings Daughters Hospital laid with duo ceremony on SuturI day afternoon at ncluclIJudge T Lewis Edelin was mnsI tter of ceremonies and discharged his duties in a graceful and digni fled way Tho Invocation was by Rev M BA dams Admiral Chapman Cole man Todd retired outdo a prac1 tical able and earnest appeal to the audience to render all neces spry financial amid personal assist ance for the completion and finish ing of the hospital The special nature however was the brilliant and eloquent ad Idross of Rtv Carter Holm Tones D D of Louisville Dr Jones is an orator of splendid equipment and well sustained his reputation as suchAt conclusion of the cero nionios a collection of ijiMS was made to assist in liquidating the debt for the erection of the building l which will bo thoroughly equipped anti modern in all its ap pointments limo work done by this organiza tion in behalf of suffering human ity deserves the highest coin mcnIa tion and earnest support of everybody uiiita Early Risers The famous little pills APPEA OF SA LVATION ARMY FOR ASSISTANCE TOWARD BUYING A HOME Fie following appeal has been issued from the local headquarters of thu Salvation Army If St Paul was debtor to the Greeks and barbarians do you not owo a debt to ho poor and degraded of your own town limo Salvation t Army has labored faithfully in our midst for many years Their rents are so heavy that they consume all t that they can collect leaving t nothing for food and fire Will you help to buy tho building in which f they hold their meetings It can now bo bought at a very roason able price Attached to the appeal is a blank loft for subscriptions toward buy ing tho proposed home OASTOBlABean theihoSignature ot y f r 4t SAJ l kkiAtftg n BOYS STYLISH CLOTHING OF THE RIGHT SORT w The very best that can be tailored a large variety of styles to humor particular parents There are lots of advantages in buying here and not one of the least Is the saving of money Do you know that ono of the worst things that you can do for boy is to buy him poorlymade badlyfitting clothes You cut him off from one of the manliest virtues personal pride You rob him of right training by making him careless of his clothes because ashamed of them Boys you always take good caro of clothes you like dont you Parents is it or is it not hotter to have a suit that looks well makes the boy proud and provident Or is the other kind better that hangs all askew and goes to pieces in no time and makes you spend twico the money Fathers mothers boys good clothes at comparatively low prices are at your service Double = Breasted Suits 250 to 750 London Norfolk 9uits 350 to 750 Overcoats 250 to 900 Suits that will look well as long as a thread of them is left good material and good tailoring ant knowingwhatboyswant went into them Tho patterns are new and neat The clothing is tailored so we cnn stand back of it All slzos4 to 10 years SONI212214 ST GLAIR ST FRANKFURT KY READ IT CAREFULLY AND THEN ACT IIn another place wo publish an address to the voters of this city from the Capital Ins and Electric Light Co They put their case strongly and plainly Every voter should carefully rend this address before ho casts his veto on the issues involved It is a on im trongillustrationare always two sides to every question DELIGHTFUL AFATR Miss Eloise Booo was hostess to a doflghtful Mask Halloween Party on Monday night given to tho Senior Class of tho City High School of which Miss Booo is a member The nitair was a very pleasant one and time refreshments served wore dainty and delightful THOUSANDS CURED DoWltts Witch Hazel Salvo has cured thousand of cusses of Piles I bought a hex of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo on time rccommenda tion of our druggijt so writes C H LnCroix of Xavalla Tex and used it for a stubborn case of Piles It on rod mo permanontlv Sold by J W Gaylo REVENUE TAXES COL1aITED Deputy Collector Grant LRob1 orts has collected internal revenue taxes for the month of October as follows 2558 barrels 114185710 tax gallons amount of 125 jU42iI AUDITOR SWEENEY WINS In tho ease of John S Swoonoy late Auditor v Commonwealth appealed from the Franklin Circuit Court in which a judgment was rendered by Judge Can tl III awarding WOUO against Sweeney and his bondsmen for money expended by him under orders of Gar W S Taylor in tho paying of soldiers tho Court of Appeals on Wednes tiny rendered a decision roloasin Sweeney from tho payment as ho had acted under orders which while irregular wore nevertheless sullloient to warrant Sweeneys actions A GOOD COMPLEXION Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DoWitts Little Early Risers tIso writes S P Moore of Nacagdoche Tex A certain euro for billlousnoss con stipation etc Small pill easy to take easy to act by J W Gayle Kt i lttriJ HON ED W HINES Wo are happy to say that our friend Mr Ed W Hines of Lou isville will in all probability soon be appointed Chief Counsel for the L k N Railroad to the va cancy caused by the resignation of Mr Chas N Burch mho salary of the position is 10 000 per annum Everyone in this city Mr Hines homo for so many yours will re joico if time place should fall to himI He is a very able moll polished lawyer anti a gentlemen with all that time uncut means QUICK ARREST J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala- was twice in the hospital from a severe case of plies causing tu fliers After doctors and all reme dies failed Bucklens Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflamma tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at all druggists HALLOWEEN The young folks had a good time Monday night celebrating Hallow Jon While there was lots of fun there was little or no damage dune Ito property as has so often been the case in the past KINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR I1ho Kings Daughters Circle will a Bazaar mind Supper in tho Capital Hotel Ball room on tho evening of Thursday November 17thLot everybody attend and help in time good cause Those good women have an uphill job before thorn and need all time help they can got 2t If genuineLaxativethe remedy thut easy rold iu ono day BUnG 1 H CAUGHT Bon Twyman colored was cap tuned in tho store of Mr Win Euler on Sunday night by Olllccrs Brown timid Robinson Ho was found with a number of articles belonging to tho store and pocketbook of Miss Rumpf in hi possession The ringing of th cash register bell called tho mitten tion of tho ollloors tothe store Ho was lodged in jail charged with burglary with a fair chance to bo sort up to tho Pen otit St t DELIGHTFUL LITTLE TRIP Messrs O G and T E Konnoy owners of the fast little yacht Sweetheart gave tho Barraca Class of the Baptist Church a dt lightful excursion trip to Clifton andI return on Thursday of last Tho party had a delightful time fishing nod duck shooting On Friday afternoon Mr Basil Kenney tools the First Year Class of the City High School on a like excursion up tho river on the same craft AH parties had a delightful trip RUNAWAY AND SMASH UP While Mr Chum euee Pugnzzi was making his usual early morning do livery of hread on Monday morn ing time horse ho wits driving bo came frightened on the South Side and ran away breaking tho shafts and smashing tho handsome new wagon Luckily Mr Fugazzi and the horso were not umjtmr- edSIEAICiNG Dr lien L Bruner Republican candidate for Congress in the Fourth District spoke to a lino au dience at the courthouse on Mon lay afternoon at 2 oclock Dr Brunei is a pleasant and able speaker and presented his side of tho question in a very plausible amiforcible manner which highly pleased his audimcH = Ifmi I No1 the liIQB IoBuyYouIFall and lintcI Di- Cao 0 1 f till your w Dr ss Goods 50 in wide Black Cheviot extra henry quality worth lr this week you can for f11I1I per janl- 4t ill Waterproof Suiting in tutu green the is worth 8c only 7oi per yard Also showing extra values for f 0c per yard UnderwearIT We were in getting in tho low prices on ladies chil drens Uudtuwenr Wo ore showing excellent values at 2n per gtrmileat Union nits in tutu or grey at Joi1 and r0c per suit Blankets and Comforts All Wool Hlankets pretty colorrd horders at fo25 fliun per pair 72xSK Silkoline Com orts mantle with lute white cotton tilling 223 Good Silkoline Comforts made well tilled good cotton n bargain at f l7 each J SUPPEIl AND APRON SALE lime Ladies of Ascension Church Guild will give a Supper and Apron Sale on Thursday December 1st front to 10 oclock p m Prices will be very reasonable limo proceeds of the entertain uncut will bu for tho benefit of tho repair fund of tine chlllehjft is eaincstly every attend They are as scrod of a good time lime entertainment will be served in tho Parish Hotse NOTICERARE BARGAIN 1udge1Vat 5 per M which f will for 25 JOHN EDGE Glm Frankfort Ky USEFUL LITTLE BOOK Tho Postofllce Department has issued a very useful little booklet of information in regard to postal matters It gives all regulations as 1to tho different classes of mall mat ter rates of postage both domestic foreign and directions as to postal money orders ote It is a perfect little encyclopediatyet so small that it con be car nod in the coat pocket very conveniently These valuable little books can ber had upon application to our accent modating Postmaster E M Drane While stool is now null complete 1e are nlll rill rare I inducement in each ilopartinenfe for consideration I buy wide Oxford kind that lucky 104 with with hotly soil and and CUlt Ladies Tailored Suits Ladies Suits made of goul quality cheviot medium length coat loose fitting belt atached bur gain at 130L- adies Suits made of the man nish suitings coat the touris length neutly inniie extra vl ie 8 lJrAlum other good values piO and upward Tourist Coats If you are looking for the correct sjtjlrs in oats or Jackets cull see our line We know tint yon unit lie Milted lit re Wo have pleased a other and we are snn tlut you eiin hI as Knee lent values in loIn 0 to JjUJoU Skirts Von will hove no trouble in pleas inn yourself in Skirt ifOoU come lure to bin We have u larue stock all size at Ifom aI to 13 00 Childrens and Infants Cloaks We are showing the grandest line of childrens nod infants Clunks ever brought to this city You will thud here just the kind that will please you We have them in whitoland colors nil sizes and prices will interest you sCC KftGIN BROrNO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE A f t d f r PERSONA Mr John P Hanloy returned Sat urclny from Wost Uaden end t Mrs Nellie G Chcatlwm loft Sunday night for Now York City Mr Pat Hohannan visited in Lou isville this week Col Richard P Ernst of Coy was in the city on Monday Russell Woitel has gone to IMrWorlds Fair Ed E Abbott made a busi trip to Louisville this wool qMrs Jos L Rodman visited rola in Louisville this week t Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby vine was in the city Thursday Miss Mary Watts Brown has re turned front Chcago Ills Capt I T Wost went to Ver sailles on Monday Mr JU81 Wost of Hamilton 0 came homo on Tuesday Messrs WoW and Alvin D Jott of Louisville were guests of rela tives hero Sunday Mr Jos C Hubbard of the Frankfort Shoo Co was visiting his family hero this week Mr John 1 McHenry of Louis illnessiand of Judge J D McMillan of Wil J liamstown was the guest of Mrs Ed Porter Thompson this week jMiss Frank Tunes of New York City is the guest of her mother Mrs H B Innos in this county Mrs E E Hume and daughter Miss Eleanor returned from New York City Saturday night Maj Cuban B Bullock left Saturday for a business trip to Chi t capo Mr Sam Whitehead left Saturday night for a visit to Winchester am Mt Sterling L Mr Robert M Bergman of Ir- vinet was tho guest of his father inlaw Capt I T West this week Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville u was the tuiest of his parents Mr J L Rodman and wife Sunday Mr J W Chambers and wife of Winchester were guests of his sis tor Mrs Ed E Abbett this week Mrs Jas W McEwnn and Miss Christine MoEwan returned Satur day from the Worlds Fair Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles is the guest of her daughter Miss Margaret A Lewis this week Mr Holm Bruce of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals this 1k week a Senator A S Bennett of Ohio county was a visitor here on Mon day Dr Ben L Bruner Republican candidate for Congress in the 4th District was in the city Monday Mr Kennor Taylor wife and children are visiting relatives in Hen derson Mr J Russell Williams of Wash In ton CIt is relatives heroIIMrA Viril Hewitt has returned from the Episcopal Convention at Bi ston Mass Mrs Wm Cromwoll attended the State Circle of the Kings Daugh k tees at Louisivlle this week Miss Anna Hawkins of Carroll tfton is Riley the guest of her sister Mrs p Col Jas A Scott has gone to Battle Creek Mich to recuperate his health Mr Sam Whitehead returned 1 Wednesday from a trip to Winches ter and Mt Sterling Mr Marshall Bullitt of Louis ApxPinovlllofvness with the Auditor Miss Pearl Faulkner of Danville who has been the guo t of Miss Sarah Vaught hIs returned home rII f Mr C W Hay attended the SouthBradley wedding In Louis t ville Thursday lire McFarland of Louisville attended the funeral of Mr D M i McHenry Mr Goo R Hunt of Lexington was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this wool Hon Harvey Myers of too attended the Court of Appeals i this week- Miss Marie Mason was the guest iioiof her aunt Mrs H M Bain in this week Mrs Harry Hastings of Shelby i villn visited relatives here this week Hon Ed W Jibes of Louisville was in attendance upon time ttCourt of Appeals this weak IF Hon W B Smith of Richmond attended the Court of Appoals this ItsweekIi DR EC ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Olllco und wiiliiicu uLovo WE1TZKL ODOSNELL Main TKLElJlONKrt Old 184 New 1- 36lfa7 Concerning Silver and Cut Glass We 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 meet the demands of the trade from the most inexpensive article to the finest examples of hand wrought warps Our goods are known everywhere to represent the most approved and fashion able designs lassThe best showing of new and uptodate things ever offered in CuC thirtytwo years of business The most beautiful line on the market Designs original finish unsurpassed Dont fail to see our line ot silver deposit ware M A SELBERT 230 ST CLAIR STReliable Jeweler FRANKFORT KY FLOURlUIIspoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger anti C W Saflell Miss Nell Roach of Louisville was the guest of Miss Jessie Wil mot this week Miss Laura Hall who has been the auest of Miss Mary Neeley in Lexington has returned home Mr Ed F Trabue of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on WednesdayMiss Wiggs of Graefens borg was the guest of Miss Jessie Wilmot this week Mr Geo V Triplott Jr of Lox ington was in the oity on Wednes day Little Miss Elizabeth Malian of Danville was the guest of Mrs S W Hager this week Mr Harvey Gabbard of Estill county came hero Saturday for treatment by Dr E E Hume Mr Graham Edgar of Paris was the guest of his schoolmate Mr Wm Montgomery on Sunday Mr J Swigert Taylor has returned trout a business trip to Chi cago Ills Miss Elm Foote of Lexington was the guest of her cousin Miss liar this wool Hon Robt Harding of Danville attended the Court of Appeals on WednesdayMrs P Brown und daughter have returned home from a visit to relatives in South Carolina Hon C C McChord and wife have returned to their home in Springfield after a visit here Mrs W F Barret and Mrs W T Suott have returned from a visit to LouisvilleMrs Chinn and son Cardwoll visited in Louisville this weekCapt John H Weller of Louis ville attended time Orphan Brigade reunionMr W Rodman and wife attended the SouthBradloy wedding in Louisville Wednesday Dr E E Hume and wife attended the SouthBradley wedding in Louisville Wednesday Mr T Lindsey Blaynoy and wife attended the SouthBradley wed ding in Louisville Wednesday Miss Belle South Yeas bridesmaid at the SouthBradley wedding on Wednesday Mr Clarence Jones of Columbia S C who has been the guest of his Mr J L Jones and wife huts returned home Judge T R MoBcath loft Thurs day for Lexington and Loltahllold to take his invalid wife to their home in time latter place Mrs Bon Hardln Holm widow OrphanJ3rlguduThursday i t itfit ti t Rev Lewis N Thompson wife and two sons wore guests of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson this week Attorney General and Mrs N B Hays were called to Providence Webster county by the serious illness of Mrs Hays mother Misses Drue Church and Eva Hookensmith loft Wednesday for Louisville as delegates to time Kings Daughters Convontion Mrrs Helen H McClure who has neon visiting her sister Mrs Jas A Hodges in Louisville has returned homo Roy J W Foster wife and granddaughter of Stamping Ground wore guests of Mrs John C Bridges this week Mr I O Orom and wife of Campbollsburg who have boon guests of Mr Hugh Branch und wife have returned Mr N D Thompson of St Lou is Mo was the guest of his sister inlaw Mrs Ed Porter Thompson this weokIRev Carter Helm Jones and wife of Louisville were in the city Saturday returning house that nightMr W H Hutton of Cincinnati 0 was thd guest of his brother Mr Saml E Hutton Saturday and SundayMr H Weitzel Mrs C H Mandeville and Miss Lizzie C Weitzel have gone to the Worlds FairMrs Hiram Berry Mrs Goo H Watson und Miss Nellie Orbison have gone to Los Angeles Gal where they will spend the winter Capt E S Petty the popular conductor on the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway loft Saturday for the Worlds Pair Mr Alex T Lowis of the State College Lexington was the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis on Sunday Mr William Montgomeryof State College IJ xingtol1 spent Sunday hero the guest of his parents Mr Juts F Montgomery and wife Gen 111 otto Hewitt who has boen attending the Episcopal Convection in Boston Muss has ro turnod homo Mrs Archer Gibson and daugh ter Miss Joan of Springfield Ills who have been guests of relatives here loft for homo Thursday morn ing Mrs D B TimmonB of Louis ville who huts been the guest of Mrs R L Grinstoad Kentucky avenue West Side huts returned homo Mr Ed B Coleman and sisters Misses Lucy and Ausio of Harrods burg have come to this city to re Side and nor located at No 838Todd street lYij Col Clarence E Woods Editor of the Delta of Sigma Nu and Pri vate Secretary to Senator Mo Creary was in the city on Satur dayMrs John B Hoge of Staunton Va who has been the guest of her sons Messrs W H and Eugene E Hoge returned homo Saturday nightMiss Margaret Innes who has boon visiting her mother Mrs H B Innes in this county left her home in New York City on Mon dayMrs W P Hudson Mrs J Bu ford Hendrick anti Mrs1 A Pasty attended the Kings Daughter State Circle in Louisville this week Capt Theodore Wiley Miss Too Murphy Mr Churchill Miss Jen nio Robb and Mrs Jennie Card well had a delightful uptherivoi trip on the yacht Pearl on Wednen day Capt Wiley was the host of time party JCIJIDj Ill tUIIIIAV 7 BETWEEN LouisvilleAND J CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION TTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E DACON D P A jt ii Cor 4tlitinil AlnrkiitiSU LouUtil Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin dtaeueB CHEAP RATES TO CINCIN NAZI 4 for time round trip via Frankfort Cincinnati Railway und Queen Crescent Route from Frankfort Ky on account atoms races On sale November 8 8 10 15 and 17 claysfromS E HUTTON General Pass Agent 7 y Learn a- Lesson From th- eSquirrel The squirrel is wise enough to lay in its needs for the winter while the supply is plentiful A twise housekeeper never fails to follow this lesson No doubt you have put up your preserves jelIIlies etc but what about pota toes Right now you cnn get 2tbushels for the same price you will have to pay for bushel ilater on Vo have bought a car load of the very finest white and i t nsllongof GOc a J bushelNavy n Beans f families out of every five IFour beans and why not you No food is more nourish ing or health giving And what could you buy that would giveJsuch general satisfaction and can Ibe cooked in so many different ways at such a small outlay as 4 beans They never sell at less than lOc a quart which is 820 t a bushel We picked up 500 bushels at a ridiculously low price F and here is your chance to lay in a bushel or more before this lot is gonejust think New fancy thandpicked Navy beans at 225 a bushel r Rice Here is another snap for you Keeps nicely all winter andwill never be offered at such prices again Clean broken rice regular price 5o a lb we offer it now at l1c a lb Fancy head rice regu lar 10c value today at 7c nIb lws l Flour 1 iI Has been on the rise and every sack bought now means a saving lj of at least 15c before spring We guarantee every sack It must givo you satisfaction or your money will be refunded Obelisk at 85c for 24 lb sack Boss spring wheat patont SOc for 24 lb sackiTomatoes We also have GOO cases of stand and 8 Ib ecru tomatoes A No1 stock For a few days only we j offer only case 2 doz cans ton customer at 90o a dozen cans orv 8c n cnn Early June Peas 1000 cases regular price lOc a can this week 7c a can Not price75c Sugar Corn 750 eases good quality regular lOo kind at SOc a dozen limited to case at this cut price Why not save that 40c Another heavy frost or two means higher prices on all canned goods Take our advice buy now and save a few dollars A great bargain week beginning Monday November 7th und end ing Saturday November 12th at time s j I BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO Frankfort Ky Both Phones jjjjjjjjjjj MARRIED GOINSGTLBERTOn tho West- Sidet on Wednesday night Mr Carroll Coins and Miss Fannie Owon Gilbert wore married by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist OhurohSOUTHBRADLEY Louis ville on Wednesday Div John Glo ver South and Miss Christine Dun can Bradley wore married by Rev Dr J McClusky Blaynoyo assisted by Rev Dr Peyton H Hogo l Dr South is one of our most prominent young physicians and al gentleman His brido is 1tho beautiful and attractive daugh ter of Tx Gov W G Bradley and j is universally admired for her many womanly qualities wherever she is t will bo at homo at the Cap ital Hotel December l I BEE TIERLgW J SA t the Epif copal Rectory on Saturday Mr John W Boeler and Miss Bettio Lewis were married by Rev A B Chinn COX THOMASIn Cincinnati on Wednesday Mr Jacob L Cox and Miss Nell Thomas were mar ried Mr Cox is a sun of Col Len J Cox of Texas formerly of this serIvloeand a granddaughter of the late beloved Mr PL1 Soolield Hearty congratulations are ten dered BEATH5 MoHENRY At tho Kings Daughters Hospital on Saturday evening Mr D M MoHenry aged 68 yearsMr was a genial and companionable gentleman He bo longed to tho noted and honored I family of that name who have J long been prominent and influential in the Green river suction and a tnumbor of them throughout the StateHe came hero many years ago to fill a position in the Auditors office Ho was a widower his wife hav ing passed away Rom ton or fifteen years sinao and loaves one daugh tor Miss Susie to whom tho sym pathy of the wholo community is extended in her groat bereavement The funeral serivcos were con ducted by Rev A B Chinn on Monday morning and the remains were laid to rest in our cemetery THOMSON In tlhs city on Sat urday night Mrs Lavinia Win gate Thomson widow of tho late Judge Robt A Thomson aged 70 years of tho infirmities of age Mrs Thomson was a daughter of the late Isaac Wingate Esq of a Woodlake She loaves two sisters Mrs Martha French of this city and Mrs Susan Quinn of George town two sons Messrs Wingate S4and George B Thomson of this city and a large circle of relativesr and friends to mourn her death Sho had one great grandson J W Thomson of Louisville She had been a member of Buck yllRun Baptist Church from her girl hood The funeral services were conj ducted by Rev M B Adams from the residence of her son Mr Goo B Thomson on Monday afternoon at 2 oclock and tho remains were laid to rest in our cemetery FUHSAt Thorn Hill on Satur dayMrPotor AFuhsagod 54 years of consumption Mr Funs was a half brother of Mrs George Salon dor and of Mr Stephon Fuhs who died several months since Ho was a popular man Had been en j fl lWit caged in tho grocery business on Holmes Street until falling health compelled him to retire He loaves a wife and five oWl dren to mourn his untimely undo Tho funeral services wore con ducted from tho residence on Sun day afternoon at 8 oclock by Rev J MoO Blayney D D of the First Presbyterian Church and his brethren of Dexter Lodge No 54 K of P and the remains wore placed in our cemeter- yMr1HONEYAt her home in this county on Wednesday Mrs Mar garet Mahoney aged 80 years Mrs Mahoney was a devout memo her of tho Cathollu Church She loaves one son Mike J Ma- honey three daughters Mrs Pat Downey Mrs Anna Taafe and Miss Mahoney and a largo circle of relatives to mourn her death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father T S Major from the Church of the Good Shop hord on Friday morning at 9 oclock and the remains were in terred in the Catholic Cemetery DELAYED TRAIN Owing to the delay in the arrival of the westbound C 0 train many of the Confederate Veterans did not leave this city until 2 oclock a m of yesterday MORMON EDLERS SPEAK Several mormon elders held a meeting at the corner of Main and St Clair streets Thursday night and one of them delivered an address explaining the teach ings of the book of Mormon A FINE SHOEING Miss Margaret J Russell the Secretary of the Frankfort District Sundayschool Association has compiled the following statistical report of all the white protestant church Sundayschools in tho city of Frankfort Ky with tho following result METHODIST CHURCH 16 Total 166 EPISCOPAL CHURCH Scholars enrolled 180 Teachers and officers Total 146 BAPTIST CHURCH Scholars enrolled 248 Teachers and officers 21 Cradle roll 53 Homo department 85 Total 407 FIRST PRESBYTFRIAN CHURCH Scholars Enrolled 128 Teachers and officers 20 Total 148 LEESTOWN A MISSION OF FIRST Scholars enrolled 65 Teachers and officers 7 Total 72 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Scholars enrolled 250 Teachers and officers 21 Total 271 SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Scholars enrolled 82 Teachers and ofllcors 17 Total 09 In the six white protostant churches there aro enrolled 1809 Sundayschool scholars with an average attendance of 746 This report of course does not cover tho other Sundayschools in the county of which there are a largo number This would indicate that Franklin county does pretty well in that line i APPRECIATIONTHANKS A lady friend who now resides in an eastern city but is visiting relatives hero was kind enough to snyIII just could not get along without the Roundabout When Monday morning comes I look for ward to my paper with the greatest pleasure I am glad to say that it fills tho bill and gives mo a groat woIputs now heart into the editors grind Anothor friend for whom we printed a 100 page pamphlet writes II It is a good job decidedly the best we have had It is perfectly satisfactory to me and many com plimentary expressions are coming from the brethren concerning it W6 strive to do good work and are thankful for expressions like tho above CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signature of ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS Wo want to buy 100000 bushels of thehighestsacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO KyBothJuly 23tf E H FOR DEMOCRATIC 150I PRESBYTERIANCHURCH W THE MOONSHINERS DAUGHTER The much noted dramatic sense tlonIThe Moonshiners Daughter is announced to appear at Capital Theatre on this afternoon and tonight It is said that the snorlI denizens of the Rialto purporting that tho homes of two people of na tional repute were sundered through an idle report that jealously existed between these friends- A mooting on the streets of Lou isville two pistol reports a scene at the morgue where the coroner pronounced the innocence of a prominent Louisville citizen have all appeared in these columns hi a previous Iss- ueOnMinutCoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup SACRED CONCERT Presbyterian 189GounodsCecelia will be sung Price of ad mission 50c This choir has been doing ex nddinglnrgelythe services at this church DO IT TODAY injunmetionNever you can do todayis now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug remedyforbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has boon in use for over thlrtvflvo years A few loses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few lays will cure Oll doepIIsented yourlungseffect a cure as it has dono before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75c all drugigsts lyAtI i t C i KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLES 13IvYoucanPin Your Faith TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it lIade only by the J E ffl mUI1no DD Dr Weavers Treatment Bjrnp for the blood i Cerate for ikla rtrptisea TAYLOR JrC- ANDIDATE REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE PARTY fifi7liSi ci a mCilaSaSiliitiCI I tiiIFor Coughs If r M Its letting disease fasten itself that kills Danger ous possibilities lurk in every neglected cough or JMtime especially throat und lung troublesGAYLES E White Pine Expectorant jiw guielly gg M MIt does not dry up or drug it away It is vegetable remedy that builds up and pS W strengthens cures Xa W tures way The one time M to cure H cough or cold is iwhen it starts It cannot got firmly seated if you have this remedy at hand Price 25 Cents w I tI TIE CjElpiDii ll Storos X 1 O A STARTLING TEST To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Muhoopany Pa made a startling tost resulting in a wonder ful olive He writes a patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of tho ElollIso pro alnodfromElectricBittersfor Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti Trythem r DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDOfTo DETROIT St Clair Flatss Port HuronfF iof Magnificent Steamer Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat t015 after arrivaloCmorning trams Returning arnve Dnys8o Sundaysgoorsr Fare to Detroi- tunlimitedroundtripraS Excursions to and return Week Days 1TiSunJay 75C Tolt Fiuronandreturn JimealsandberthSpecial Rates 10 Societies JersnearestRailroadU F DJPJI ry 9 1 1I OAS TOR ABears theSheSIgnature of ICOU TY CLERK We are authorized to announoojN B SMITH Esq as a cnn for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52 to iiCANDIDATE FOR rAILER1Wo are authorized to announcetJudge J DAN MOORE its n candi date for jailor of Franklin countyIsubject to the action oftic Demo cratic party at tin 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE announceColdidate for the o co of Representa tive from Franklin county in thof1actioniSte FOR REPRESENTATIVE j We ore authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for tho nomination for reelection as Rep resentative from Franklin county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party 28te iit FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY j gIannouncelviiiv 1 didate for County atrnrwy subject the notion of the mnocratIo party HI istf INPIUlTHBX SYSTEM Curs loiv Luxingrnn for Purl t every hour from 111 in to 7 p in Parisform to 8 p m and 10 p m everyhour J Georgetownforat 8 and 10 p mfCar 14 carrying freight express forGeorgetownGeorgetown at 10 a m Leave Lox LeavesParis ratesfortheater parties nod school business and family tickets can be had on application at tho company otl1ce 404 West 1n274 Y ALEXANDER President tf i 1 i l 1 TfteFranManBounflaDout Entered at the postotHco nt Frankfort Ken tacky secondclass niailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 5 1904 a MORE AMOUT THE ANI1EEN QUESTION Fort Monroe Vjv October 81 1104 Editor Roundabout There is so much discussion tenth pro and con rognrdinir the quistJon of soiling tlr in the army can toons that a word from ono who has served continuously in the artillory branch of the army since July 15 1S7 may not bo amiss To hegin with the canteen or more properly the post exchange Is an authorized institution in the tarm tho regulations pertaining thereto stipulating what shall and what shall not be sold therefrom Prior to 1501 the law provided that beer and light wines should bo sold to soldiers in addition to such other articles as may bo needed or desired by the men Jiy an act of Congress approved in 1501 the Palo of beet etc by any person in any canteen post exchange or army transport was prohibited rt was then the spirit of discontent arose Belong the enlisted persnnel of the army The increase in desertions and courtsmartial being so marked the question arose where does the iblamo lie Army officers in their reports to the War Department with few exceptions attributed it to the abolition of the beer feature of the canteen The Inspector General of tho army with forty three years active service the Sill goon General with forty years active scivioo in addition to De partment Commanders from Ma nila to Porto Rico reported that it was a most grievous mistake to curtail the soldiers privilege in this respect that to do so was but to turn the soldier over to the ten der care and mercies of the brothel so common around the different army posts throughout the army Further than this it is not neces saryto go hi to detail of tho reports in question they spunk for them h selves and any one win is HUm ciently interested in such matters Dont forget the old man vith the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world and is still traveling J bringing health and comfort wherever he goesITo the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm fleshand rich red blood tiChildren who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their ownIHe stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthI BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York SOc and SIOO all druggists Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble by your Heart Cure and Nerv inc and am just as sound as a dollar in that today For several years I had been suffering with my heart Ureathing had become and difficult at times short sharp pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me n11l11an he least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after tryiig many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to give your remedies a trial I was relieved second day and after taking three or four bottles all were removed and have never sowed signs of returning REV GEO W KIKACOPE Chincoteague Va There are many symptomsof heart disease which so chIsel those of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to worrywithout cause If you have least your heart is weak study your symptoms and begin the use of Dr Miles Heart Cure the great heart and blood tonic without a days delay All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind fan read those reports in full in current periodicals The question seems to he shall the soldier bo allowed to drink beer in moderate quantities under proper restriction or shall ho bo required to satisfy himself in this respect in groceries which as stated flour ish in the vicinity of army posts throughout tho United States tho Phillipine Islands or wherever they may be- Thus vo are fajo to face with two propositions both of which in a general way have been stated and I only wish that those who were instrumental in bringing about the abolition of the canteen could see both sides of it as it actually existed und dOOR exist Any un prejudiced person who hits seen both propositions in operation and then to declare for tho latter would in my mind bo controlled by influences othor than those hav lug tho host interests of the service at heart Those in favor of thee niteei as formerly existed will tll you that a most grievous mis tnko has been made wiiilo those wiiose opinions are made up by their antipathy to the sale of liquor under any cuicumstanoos will toll you that it is a step in the right direction Who is it that represents the true interests of the service and who is the bettor prepared to rttale it that the regular army ofllcor is tho hotter prepared to say whntI is host for tho soldier mind his lone experience in studying the things that promote cfll ciency and discipline and hold that civilians who know little of the service and especially those who care loss are ill prepared to say what would promote the morals of the army as a whole Suppose that a civilian at the head of a great manufacturing eon cern should conduct his business on the suggestions of people who know nothing whatever concerning it dons it stand to reason that would ho a successful man hold not and at IlIIsinoHsI any ono tau readily see of till mass of gratuitous advice showered upon thoho responsible ofj or the odlcionoy and discipline of tho army A ml what of tho moral side of this question Is drink in any forum a necessary evil Evidently it Is 0r why do saloons exist in the city of jTrankftirt today Why tho sulnvay jtavoin in the city of New York so recently started on its career for good or evil with tho blessing of Bishop Putter ono of the most cele brated Kcclesiasts in tho United States JJoos tho rovem tic derived from the saloons in tho city of iI Frankfort compensate for tin evils1 that result from their existence As to whether they do or not it is doIIoidein ignorance of your wants ori wishes in tho matter In 1847 tho writer of this article was in camp with two companies of artillery at Ghickamauga Park I a Go This was while boor was allowed to be sold in the canteen Arriving at tho park tho first thing Inordor after making camp was to construct a temporary building fO- Il canteen from which beer wilt sold Iurhmg a four months stay Jin this camp there was not a single l1Itoo in view of fact that men had access to tho saloons of Chat tanooga lean Ju addition they could take a stroll over the hill near Lytle Station Ga and get all the moonshine whisky they desired and that of tho vilest sort lime men did not drink the moonshine and were pour patrons of the saloon in Chattanooga Why Because thoir wants wore happily supplied by the canteen The county in Georgia in which Chlcamauga Pail is situated is prohibition and some good old deacon having in mind the welfare of this small command of soldiers in general and his own pookot in particular petitioned that the sale of boor in tho canteen be stopped while ho sold wine in any quantities desired and that too without license Now who was the most interested in time welfare of this small command the com manding olllcor or tho man who had the wino to soil mho question answers itself After this camp was broken four months was spent at Jackson Barracks New Orleans La This reservation is lined on throe skies with saloons yet they got but little patronage from the post and not a single instance of a soldiers arrest by the civil authorities lime next two years was spent at Galveston Tex Ardmore I1 and San Antonio Tex where the usual stand ard of discipline was maintained during which time a desertion or a courtmartial was an exceedingly rare occurrence Since June 1900 have served In tho army at Fort Monroe Va where we have about nine hundred enlisted men and as first Sergeant for the past threw and a half years I can truthfully say that in my humble judgment the law prohib sting time sale of boor in tho canteen was a most lamentable error While it is true that mon got drunk occasionally whon beer was sold in the canteen as a rule a largo ma jority of time offenses were of a minor character and ono punish mont sulHcod while today a noun to got a glass of beer has to resort to time vilest sort of groggtrios in the towns surrounding the reserva tion with tho result that a man who gets intoxicated to any extent is hauled up before a magistrate an unjust flue Imposed for the hUll oUt of the monicipality only to re turn homo to be brought to account for such infraction of military law as lie have transgressed lime sal oof liquor in the Indian Territory is prohibited by law im the town of Ardmoro a JJm11wr- of wildcat saloons exist or did exist In and such peace omcors as tho town afforded did not know of their existence or did nor euro enough about them to bring tilt guilty persons to justice Or it might have boon that thoir solici tude for tho welfare of the soldiers thou in camp near there was so great that an ordinary infraction of laa like soiling liquor without license and to Indians that it was impossible for them to think of other than the welfare of the soldiers during their short stay in thoir midst Again at Chickamauga Purl Ga where moonshiners openly peddled thulr warns wo find the vigilance of the lawahid imig citizens relaxed to the extent that those violators of tho law are tlllsoimoon shine they aro just a little out of time run of ordinary human brings thatIlike time original Kentucky article crude kerosene becoming a deli cious beverage when compared to it J merely mention those instances of people butting in on propositions that is of no particular concern to fWUIraised in time past to time sale of hoor thosoItills feature of army life olin only say that their investigations evi dently lid not load them to the places that tho result of timely actions load tilt soldier and had it dome so boliovo that those who today arc opposed to this feature of army life would now bo its ad vacates As a rule a soldier cares but little how the avorago municipality is or how tho average man con ducts his business It being none suggestiommslie only asks that he bo lot alono to enjoy himself during his few leisure hours as ho sees tit and I submit that those whom tho dis cipline of the army is entrusted are far nacre competent to judge of its needs than arc thoso who flu not interested in its welfare or arc of its requirements Yours 1x1 f 1J0 jlijJ f r IPleasant to take ll Laxative SyrupHNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areIthe best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines 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 as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Bloated Feeling etc NauseousnessI Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOc PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze Your WindowsI I have an immense stock of GLASS all tiles and can interest you as to price and quantity rsstmnmo m FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc mrX ieu rm c tms- L WILMAM YEOMAN W M uKfThe Yconlan Carriage Co w Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favorably Known to People of Franklin County RIGIITLYMADEVehicles Ihonest workmanship and honest prices liavu sold more carriages for nn thrum all tho printed praise wo could bestow upon them You urn oisily satisfy I yourself that this is so amid that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detail The reputation we have established for good Work amid fair dealing un tho Jlrm namu of the Seller Carriage Co f founded by our Mr Ynonuin ertthe Into Henry Heimiller Esq in 1870 wo shrill fully maintain in tho cove oral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments aro fully equipped nail we wish to say to our friends should they favor t us possibleWohavoin I also a nice lino of our own make of its usual splendid quality Wo aro pro pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite PresbytorianTChurch VERSAILLES KYf1911 FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 lI h tJ l f t REVENUE SERVICE Tho following nro file assign montH for November as nnulo by Collector Roberts si1Adam Fiobor Loxintiton a mar L Ijiisby mldi tioiwl aiul bottling Jl S For innn Kiuiper DistilleryIadditional F D Clark ganger 3H E PORUO Distillery Co Maysvillo S Wallingfortl day P D Wells additional and hot thug W G Cook additional Os car Grigsby gaugo- r4W A Gaiiies d Co So A Powell dug M sttlvellI son additional W H lit iotlal Z J Phelps additional J E Hanralmn bottling HrrGaines gutigor 5J E Pepper Co Lexington John T Gunn lay W G Utin Jap additional A V Combs ad ditional and bottling D C Horry man ganger 0 Poynt Bras Co Maysville H S Boll storokeopurganger 0S 1 Greenbauin AfidWu3H- S Sinclair day duty P P Par rIsh additionnl Amos Grillltb additional W Anderson bottling Wrp Crostbwait ganger 10 Peacock Distillery Co Klsor tonC L Hough day duty D C Borryman ganger 11S C Herbst Frankfurt A Naor day W A Hamilton bottling C N Wizard uauger 14G G White Co Paris N A Moore day 7 M Burbridge addi tlonal Frank Harting bottling D C Bon l11nn ganger 17111 MeTJrayor Distillery Co JVIt SterlingS F Owen day F M Ciuo additional and bottling H C Everett additional H S Formnn gauger 24J H Rogers Co Maysvillo H G Holiday storekeeper gannet32E M Babbitt Versa illosS P Willis day C H Talbott ad ditional S D Pinkerton gaugor 98 George Baker FrankfortL- L Leuiaster lay B MoElroy additional E R Davis additional T W Rlauk night John Stophan ski ganger John Cochran Co Frank fortW D landing day 7 R Spiers additional and bottling F D Clark ganger 46T E Popper Co Yarnall tonF G Sparks storekeeper gnugcJ50W 7 Frazier Versailles Gus Whitohonso storekeeper gauger B2 Labrot Graham Frankfort R H Whittlngton day P G Powell additional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger- f 3 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J H Murray lay George T Monntjoy additional A R Piper bottling C N Wiard gaugor 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris W W Chirry lay TL Russell additional nrl Throckmorton additional J D Shy bottling n C Rorryman ganger D1J J M SaiTell Frankfort D R Waloutt lay 7 G Braw nor bottling C X Wiard gaugor o2A J Conn Son Limestone Samuel Staploton storekeeper gangerifi N Rlakomoro Frankfort J A Logan storekeeperganger 1fitlullins Criglor Stamping GroundW S Lyno storekeeper ganger 106V A Gaines Co Frank fort Geo P MoCann lay D E Reid additional Henry Nowson additional G W MoConncll addi tional C H Wioklilfe bottling H T Games ganger1- 1H G T StuJg Co Frankfort W M HiTell day P S Rule additional J R Sains bottling John Stcphanski gange- rPllJLIC WAREHOUSE No Lexington Jublic Waro house Co LexingtonW F Crog ban storekeeperganger J W Jewott storekeeergangor l GENERAL STOR E K EE PE R AUGER G R Bullock Lexington BRANDY AUGER Z 10 Elkin Lexington RECTIFIERS Lexington J E Popper Co Stoll Co R S Strader Son Tho W1 Smith Co A G Leon ard gantle- tFrankfortI P Williams C N Wiard gauger- 1imlysvillFn E Poguo Oscar 11G1igsb ganger 1 MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings New Life 1 Pills oaeh night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsoytnwji Pa Theyre the host in the world for Liver Stomach and Rowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all thngg- istsSouthern Railway For Land of the Sky bobldcb Summer Kosorb fouler etc send two cent Mk stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asasitnut General InssoiiKur Agent St Louis Mo 0 II HUNGERFORD District Pniiaengor Agent Louisvillo Ky LH TO THE 1hzENS AND VOTERSOF frankforti It is advertised that the City Council at a called meeting hold on the night of October 18 1004 in the City Clerks oflice whereat only nine councilmen were present by a vote of five councilmen for and four council men against made a contract with the Peoples Electric Light and Power Co as set forth in the advertisement and authorized and directed the Mayor to exe cute an sign the same the contract however to be binding and obligatory upon the city only upon condition that at the elec tion to bo held November 8th 1004 a plurality of those voting upon the proposition vote in favor of said contract and in favor of making the necessary annual appropriation to pay for the lights so contracted for by the city And that if the plurality of those voting on the proposition be against the contract and theI necessary appropriation then such contract shall be rejected The contract which the voters are thus asked to sanction by their vote provides for the city taking until August 13th 1021 not less than 70 seventysix arc lights of 1200 nominal candle power each to be burned all the dark hours from dark until day light and pity therefor 85 per annum for each light payment to bo mado monthly and the con tract contemplates and expressly provides that the benefit of the contract may bo sold and assigned to any other person or corporation In the contract by the city of Frankfort for the stile of the Gas Works and the franchise und right to operate the same and in the deed by which the city conveyed said properties and rights to the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co among other things it was agreed and contracted that the said company was granted the right to and it contracted that it would furnish and light with outs all street lights in tho city on all streets on which it should have mains or pipes the same to bo lighted nightly except moon light nights and for so lighting its streets the city agreed to pay the company at the rate of X24 per year for each street light Under that contract which has been upheld in the courts there were erected and lighted by the company street gas lamps through out time city Tho city also ordered and had eroded by time company 011 the 11111Southto bo lighted every night and all night and paid for the gas for the same by motor measurement This contract was nlriodout between tho city und time com pany without change or modifica tion until 1808 when tho city desiring to light some of the prin cipal streets with tho electric arc lights at the instance and request 4 K I 5s 1JI of the city it was agreed between the city and the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co that only for tho period of 20 years from Sop torn her lSOB tho said company should instead of maintaining tidal lighting tho 4 four lights on tho bridge tool 02 ninety two of tho street lights then in use at certain designated points the streets furnish substitute Ion light 27 twentyseven tric arc lights of nominal OOOI two thousand candle power one to bo placed on the bridge awl ntlthecertain designated streets the same to bo lighted every night and from dark in the evening to the dawn of the next morningI and the city agreed to such electric are lights of nom inal 2000 candle power the suns If 0020 per lamp per year so substituted for the period onlyof twenty years for the said 02 gas streetlights and tho four bridge lights the aggregate price for the 27 electric arc lights being the same the city was then paying for the 02 gas street lights at j24 each and the four gas lights on the bridge paid for by meter measurement so temporarily dis pensed with And thereby till night lighting of the said 27 olec tric arc lights was substituted for lighting by the moon schedule by the 02 gas street lights This change was made at the instance and request of the city and necessarily at groat expense to the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co And likewise from time to time at the instance und request of tho city other street gaslights have been temporarily dispensed with and electric arc street lights erected to light the streets the city only within the last two or three months having ordered tho erection and lighting lightsIthat if the city for any cause should repudiate the arrangement hon estly made and entered into by both parties the city and the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co to light the streets until Sep tember 1010 with electric are lights of nominal 2000 Dandle power to be lighted all night mind every night it would occasion great loss Hal expense to the com pany and that the latter would then hove the right to fall back upon its contract to light nil time streets upon which it has mains and pipes with gas street lights to bo lighted by moonlight schedule and if time city refuses to have and pay for such gas street lights tho company would have its right of action against the city for breach of contract and the dam ages the company sustained there byTho Capital Gas and Eloctric Light Co has fully lived up to and performed its contract with the city in every particular and there is not today a better lighted city in this or any other State thoIyears justice and fair dealing demand it should keep its agreement to the end Is it claimed that the price now being paid is unreasonably high for such service If so wo assert without fear of successful contra easej8111 light furnished time hums of lighting timid Limo priers of cold are considered and wo insist that the prices now paid by tho city will compare favorably with those paid by other cities similarly situated Test thiswith time proposed con tract The contract you are asked to sanction provides for 1200 nominal candle power arc street lights at S5 each If that he a fair price thou inasmuch as tho lights now being furnished by the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co supply 2000 candle power that is 800 candle power or two fifths more candle power than the lights the now contract proposes would not a fair price for the old companys light as now furnished bo twofifths more than time 85 asked by tho now company or 110 othoIwnyto be furnished by the rely company taking into consideration the reduction of the quantity of light furnished by the now lamps if 0020 is a fair price for the present lights Manifestly if tho quantity of light is reduced to threefifths of the light now furnished the price to be paid should also he reduced in the same proportion or to three fifths of 0020 or to 5775 in stead of 85 as asked by the new ompany And this upon tho supposition that tho 1200 candle power lamps are horned all right and every night Again as to the hours of light ing Your lights now burn all night and every night or 4000 hours per year It is proposed in the contract offered fur your sanction to light the lamps only till the dark hours from lark until daylight Manifestly this lees not moan all the hours from dark in tin evening until lawn the next morning for that could have peen easily expressed in tho contract if it hits been intended but the contract only specifies nIl the dark hours This must and cnn only be construed to mean the hours when the moon is not shining Therefore the lights are required by this proposed con tract to he burned or lighted by the moon schedule or 8000 hours per year Of course tho snore the hours of lighting the greater should he the price and the less tho hours of lighting the loss should he the price Your streets are now lighted 4000 hours per year the contract you are a ked to sanction only calls for 8000 hours of lighting per year or in other words time old company is now furnishing you with onethird more hours of lighting than the now company proposes to furnish If the price asked by time new company is a fair price for tho light proposed to he furnished by it should not the old company receive for time lights now fur nished you onethird more than this price or 11888 and this upon the score of thedilToroiHe in tho hours of lighting alone lint when the diiVeronco in the candle power of the two lamps are con sidered as well as the difference in the hours of service time con lusion is irresistible that the pres wdIreasonable lint that tho prices asked in tho contract submitted fur your approval ll exorbitant The city has in no way indi cated to the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co that time lOn tract between them is unreason able 01 that time city proposes to repudiate its agreement and break faith with it except in the adver tisement of tho contract submit ted for your approval This con tract was adopted by only live out of nine councilmon a hurl majority present at a called meet ing of the council hold in the City Clerks ollico 011 tho night of tho last day on which it could have boon adopted to have sub mitted it for your approval at tho coining election and 110 notice was given the old company or op I V portunity to it or any one else to be hoard If the City Council is of the 1 opinion that it is to the advan tage of the city to make such n icontract as tho one proposed the F Capital Gas and Electric Light Co if given tho opporunity tivilh assist time city in carrying out this object by substituting this pro a posed contract for its present con a tract and in addition will furnish 1 lights of 2000 nominal doodle power instead of 1200 nominal candle power at 85 per light per year for such lights up to the number of 100 and for all such lights over 100 will furnish at j70 per light themtThoso facts lure submitted the consideration of the citizens of Frankfort ba company whichmhas spared neither expense norrpains to comply with its contract 4 with the city and give to It find the citizens the best light and J service possible in order that you may intelligently cast YOUr lfilJot 1 at time coming election with the earnest request on the part of that company that if you are opposed to the repudiation by the city of its obligation that you say so by your vote remembering that this Jj- prupo5edcontract will bo ndoptedJand the city thereby involved in ti litigation unless the majority of itho votes cast are against it UfslwdfuIly ICAPITAL GAS AND ELECTRIC ILIGHT CO ISOTITHERNRAlLWAYiI St Lonis Louisville Lines t TIME TABLE t- Corrected to June 25 1901 IIouiOville Division Il No 1 No 5 No n in p in pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Shelbyville 910 52S 851 Lawrenceburg 955 020 935 IAr Versailles 1010 042 954 Lexington 710 1020 Bur Kin 1055 723tGtJorutown liEO 710 No No No 6jant pin am Lv BurKin 710 Ar Oeortretown 300 700 Luxinwton 005 415 780rVersailles 025 512 i53 Lawreneebtirg 04B Shelbyvilie 7JO I5iO 910 Louisville 940 w All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington Also on train Xos mill Through Obser vation chair ctr between Louisville Harrods burg mat Burtrin- TrnJn leatiug Louisville 745 a m for the South uiuliirrivlntf Tiu from tIlt nth through tleepinj curs from and to Asheville N C via Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisvilln 78 in and nrriv ing LouUvillo a Throntfh KHpint cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex incton and CliHttnm oga p 1 Between Louisvtlln Evansville niul St Louis St Lonis Diviioi No No 2 Lv Louisvillw 1 Ar Huiitiutrburg mll45a miPriiictttim 100 p m 145 a St Lowto p in 7J2a m j- Xo Xol Lv St Louis S03am 10CO pm Ar Prineoton IriSp m1 B0a a m Huntlutrbnr ihlIII 425 am Louisville p m 71P n m Xo Xo Lv Louisville riO p m 850 a Ar HnntiiiKimrt sSOp in 1145 a miEvens yII1 1025 pm lGOpm No9 No12 Lv Ermsvillu 7iOn m 115 p m Ar Huutim burg Slid am 250 p m fAr Louisville 1150 a ini 545p4m r Nos mil j run solid between Louisville itnd St Louis Trains Nos and run solid between Louis tulle and Kvan ville carrying Chair Cars Trains NIM Jl and carry Through first lass Conches between Kvansvillo mid Louis whit IDay trains between Louisville foul St Louis t J Cart Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Koom Sleeping Care with buffet hcrviin For tickets mid further information appll to nny agent e tttluln HaltwlI H It iPt Her y H Hanlwick OK Allan G PAY rending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion onnllunlclfInvention Is probably 1I0lls rlctly on Inteata bunt fro Oldest for securing patents Iatoats token through Nunn t Co receive tpecttil notice without charge In the Scientific flmericatt handsomely Illustrated weekly Threes clri dilation of any eclontlUn Journal Terms f a year four months 5L Soul by nil newsdealers mUNN Co36Brcadway New York tt iBranch Ufllco F SU Washington D C it r I w S P9ME R it Zibeline Mixtures doe worth 100 SnitingsiNovelty Suitings at es pecially attractive prices Black Dress Goods Specials Black Cheviot spounged and shrunk 42 inches wide 50c- Black Milane and Cashmere 57c worth S5c- Broadcloths Cheviots and Kerseys PASTORS SUXDAYSCHOOL INSTITUTE THE GREAT EST SUNDAYSCHOOL MEETING OF THE YEAR The Third Pastors SUlHla school Institute of Kentucky under tin auspices of the Kentucky Sunday Ischool Association will be held at Louisville in the First Presbyteriai Church December 5 to 9 in con nection with the Annual Sunday School Lectures at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Dr r A H McKiiinoy of Now Yorl City one of the most prominen Sundayschool lecturers and authors of the East delivers the loc- tures before the Seminary He wil also take a prominent part in the Institute All in attendance at tin Institute will got the benefit of these lectures The faculty of tin Institute this year will consist of four of the most noted Sunday Ischool experts in America Ir to Dr McKinnoy there will be Mr Marion Lawrence In General Secretary ant 1ternational of the Sundaysohoo forces of the world Dr H M Hamil of Nashville Toxin the recognized authority on Toaohoi Training in the world Dr Chas Roads of Philadelphia formerlj Secretary of New York IGeneml now at the head of the woik of the M E Church An exceedingly strong program has been arranged Our Pastors Institute is now ont of thp most notable institution in America Inquiries about it art to us continually even from 1over the sea hoped that the pastors of Ken tucky will appreciate this effort tc improve the Snlldl whools of the State All pastors will be enter tabled For full program and other particulars address E A Fox H Louisville Trust Building Louis 1yule Ky LETTER LIST following is a list of adver ITholetters for the week ending 5 1904 lBarbAI Mr Ratio Uncle Brown Miss Allio Bruce Harve i Chastine Miss Alice Coke Co H B BessiejtEcbert John Miss Julia Show Case Co- IIFnulkner Mrs Morion Mollie Johnson W H Kemp Bbl- Kramer Miss Alice MoReover Vincent Moore Mrs Mollie Mosloy Miss Besslo Roberts R J Scully John Sinclair D H Turley Hattie Walker Dave Winkloy Miss Ethel Persons calling for these letters will please say advertised If E M DRANE P M WELCOME AS SUNSHINE After a long storm is a feeling of relief when an obstinate pitiless cold has boon driven away by Al lens Lung Balsam Only people who have been cured of throatache j and sore lungs by this remedy can isWherelastIIng U Fall Suits and Coats Here is rare bounty linked to still rawer price lowness You will immediately re cognize these figures as very much in the favor of the economizersSpecial Veek Blue Brown or Black Suits 1500 worth 2000 to 2500 This is an unusual offering Tuesday Nov 1st special Display of manufacturers line df BLACK CLOAKS Tourists Coats Scotch mixtures 750 to 1000 Handsome Coats 1850 to 2500 STAMPING GROUND Rev T W Foster wife nnd granddaughter visited friends in Frankfort this week Mr Granville Hanoook and Miss May Romans were married bj Elder C L Ford on Wednesday last October 20 Bind Tn Louisville on Tuesday October 25 Mrs Daisy Taylor wif of Mr Oscar Taylor aged 20 years She was a daughter of Mr Thos jSebrue near this place Mr John R Spiers of Loxinp ton was the finest of Capt G W White last week IMr Howard Duvall of Jackson visited his fathers family Mr AI JM Duvall and wife this week Mr John H Tilford of Indian Territory visited relatives her this week Mr Zack Roberts and Mr Albert Bourne and family of Owen county were guests of Air Richard C Head and wife this week Mr B R Jones took his wife tc Lexington Monday to consult a specialistDiedMrs Clarence West ageci 40 years Rev G W Hill preached the funeral and the interment took place at Minorsville- Mr Pat Collins who is with Ma s in Hoge Co building a railroad in Pennsylvania is visiting here Messrs Stewart Crutohfleld have sold their drug store to Messrs Snml Snood Co who have taker possession Mr T E Gayle the prescription clerk remains with the new firm The drouth still continues and many farmers are hauling drinking water as well as stuck water The big spring is dipped dry almost every dnya thing never before known Rov G W Hill pastor of the Baptist Church baptized fifteen converts at the Stone Mill as the result of the recent protracted meeting Six others joined by letter Ifhe following transfers of real estate have boon made Joel Wright house and lot to Robert Marshall consideration 550 O D Bourne to 1 W Jameson 120 acres at 70 per acre Executors of Judge J H Lewis to O D Bourne Ion acres J E Cn n trill to Louis Fugil 220 acres at per acre Mrs O N Jameson to John H Tilford 120 acres at 5 per acre Mr O D Bourno has bought 40000 pounds of tobajoo at the barn tor 124 cents A good sale qf fine tobacco UNO A SURE THING It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes hut that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is In surj cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B VanMetre of ShephArd town W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery thou cured me absolutely Itsinfallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Reg sizes 50c 100 Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrlflea the blood Cerate ointment for the ikfah A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale dwelling large tobacco barn IGood also good tenement house cud all necessary outbuildings situated 3h miles from Frankfurt on Louisville urnpiko For terms apply to G D HAW INS on the premises oo223m tf FI f iI41 t itlt Confidence is the golden chain that binds customers to tho harmer store We guarantee satisfaction here and that means you can shop with un limited confidence MID WEEK SFLCIALS FOR WISE SHOPPERS The whole harmer store will abound in fine values tomorrow lholl everything in our stock is now and seasonable backward weather makes strong price inducements neces sary but you are moro interested in result than cause then road below the interesting und economical result of our efforts to win trade with some of the finest values ever placed before the Frankfort public I REUNION ORPHAN BRIGADE Unveiling Monument of Capt Ed Porter Thompson The members of that gallant old band of Kentuckians known as the Orphan Brigade to the number of about 125 assembled in this city on Thursday morning A committee of the local camps with the 2d Regiment Band met the veterans nt the depot and es corted them to the chamber of the House of Representatives where Gen Fayette Hewitt presiding the brigade was called to order and a beautiful and appro priate address of welcome was delivered by Mr T Miter Crock ett whose father was n member of the brigade which was re sponded to by Capt Thos D Os borne Brigade Secretary of Lou isvilleCapt John H Weller of Louis ville was elected Commander of the brigade to succeed Gen Jos- H Lewis deceased Capt J T Gaines of Louisville was elected lamentedIyear The brigade was then formed in procession and marched to the cemetery where the monument to Capt Ed Porter Thompson was unveiledGen Fayette Hewitt chairman ok the committee having the mat ter in charge turned over the monument to the brigade Rev J K P South a Lieutenant in the brigade delivered the invoca tionMiss Katie Thompson daughter of Capt Thompson removed the flag and Col Hiram Hawkins 5th Kentucky accepted the mon ument in an eloquent and strong address commending the character of that unselfish honorable and gallant gentleman as an en sample to all At the close of the ceremonies the brigade returned to the city were given a reception by the ladies of Jqs H Lewis Chapter U DCut the Capital Hotel and a lunchserved The affair was a very pleasant and agreeable one These grizzled veterans risked their lives for what they esteemed the right and we who wore the blue have no quarrel with them Thank God we can now strike hands with them as brethren and companions in the same great country loving its and its flag with an undying dovotionI C1rA Bear theTheSignature Jof CITY SCHOOL TO GO TO WORLDS FAIR If time arrangement does not slip i cog which is very improbable the City School will go to the iVorlds Fair in a body Wednesday text It is proposed to have the sleeping ears in which the sohol UK go to remain while the schools there so that they can sleep in thom at night The whole trip will cost 15 and n a rare opportunity for the chil Iren to got a vast amount of oduca iion of immense benefit at very iiimll cos- tKodol fDyspepsia Cure Digests what you oatI 0I i IiiCswtfl u OrfPl Ribbons You will fluid here all the proper colors told widths 1n now most in demand Better still they are most properly priced No SO Black Taffeta Ribbon lOu worth 25o Polka Dot Ribbons new colorings 2c and 15c Plaid Ribbois 25c 85c tudI d GlovesyA broad gathering of fabric and kid gloves in absolutely correct modes at special prices Golf Gloves mercerizedw2 clasps in beautiful new i shades 25c und 50c i Mocha Gloves 125 fSilk lined Mocha Gloves 150 Fall Shades Kid INew 100 lA ri J l CASTORIA 1 ForInfnts and Children cJTft The Kind You Have lAlways BoughtI 5 AVegetablePae antionforAs i 1 s1mi1ating theToodandResutaB ears the INIAN IS C HIU REN JnessandRestContaInsNOT NARCOTIC e Ji oldlhclMt2ILHIa r rtJI1lifJThe fttrjJ- ApedectIlemedy forConstipaIt I n dIhon t VormsConvutsionsfeverishYou Have r t FacSimile Signature oft y Always BoughtNEW Yoll 1 Ilm CASTORIAEXACT COPYOF WUAPPEa 1VacationThose who from experience know how much of pleasure is contributed to the vacation In the choice of a route select The Lake Shore tran Southern Ry This Is the road which reaches by Its through trains or by Its direct connections tho entire resort I of the eastern and middle states including Lake Chautauqua I shore of Lake Erie country and its Islands lake northern Indiana and southern Michigan Niagara famoustI JEfSt Lawrence River Adirondack and White Coast Canadian places etc Reduced Kate Tickets on sale June to 7 AU lines sell in connection with The Lake Shore IiI Michigan Southern Ry m PRIVILEGES Enjoyable privileges accorded on tickets over Lake Shore stopovers at Lake Cbautaugua Niagara rails Lake Islands option of traveling by boat or rail between Cleveland tand Buffalo these are explained in detail in Travel Privileges a folder sent free on request SUMMER BOOHS The following books will be useful for your vacation plans and will be sent for 8 cents in postage or 2 cents each for any single copy to cover mailing cost The Ideal Vacation LanuII a 48page book of beautiful views of Lake Region n southern Michigan and northern Indiana and south thePLake Erie country Quiet Summer Retreats containing a list of Jc r men places in shove sectionhotels farm homes i campe with rates location features etc L klutan illustrated descriptive book of this noted resort Lake Shore Tours IIa select list of tours to the east and Book of Trains For information about any particular resort rates or other matters or above books address A J SMITH Q P TA Cleveland 0 nunn OUR MOTTO I 1 It k GRADE HIGH PRICES LOW We mean just what we snyhIIlgh Quality Low Prices Some people think that a good article can not ho hall for a low price that if they pay a good price they arc always sure of a good article That in wrong Sometimes merchants out the prices on excellent goods low copt just to get people into the storethey lose money to make trade 1tThat in the case when we offer Glenmore Whisky at 200 per gallon JOHN DRIB LOLL J 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky J i t1 1 S D JOH1NSOIN COMPANY 11 Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a I ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department iIt tlndor the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston AVe take pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old friends S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will ach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in lure chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baraca Bible Class at 945 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 680 p m leader Isaac Locke Tuplo Baptist Doctrines IPrayormeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free SCENSTON EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Rector Sunday November 0 Preaching at 11 a in and 780 p m Wednesday 730 pm Prayer service Friday 7730 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHURCH Rev B W Elliott of Sulphur will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sunda school at 980 a m In the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Leader H G Mattorn Topic Somo of Gods Promises That Cheer M- oPrayermooting at 780 oclock in the chapel Rev C R Hudson will preach at this service The Junior Endeavor Society will moot on Friday afternoon at 8 chapelEverybody SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov D C Lilly D D will preach at 11 a in and 730 p mTho dedicatory service of the new J church building will be holdfat 11 a mSundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 030 p m Prayermoeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector IiIi Low masH 780 a in High Mass 10 a in Sundayschool 2 p mt Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH There will bu no sor vices at this Church either morn or evening Tho congregation will join in the dedicatory services at the Southern Presbyterian churchSundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p m All tho young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p in The public is cordially invited to attend p METHODIST CHURCH Rov J O A V might tho pastor will preach at 780 Morning service omitted on account uf the dedica ton of thtt Southern Presbyterian Church at 11 a Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior Loatruo at 7 p m Prayermoeting Wednesday night at 7BO oclocki Visitors cordially invited to at tond FREE ELECTION RETURNS a The Frankfort Drug Co will re produco tho returns of tho election Tuesday night by storeop r tioon in front of their plaeo of business corner of Main find St Clair streets Free to everybody t14 P BIRTHS LEWISIn this county on Tues day to Mr R E Lewis and wife ft daughter The child oft promise the next youngest being 17 years old Papa is feoling very well under the circumstance SALE NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until November 8th 190i from proposed purchasers of the Mary Jane Coohran property now occupied by Collins d Havens as a warehouse fronting 40 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 at one and two years with 6 per cent interest from date of deed Posses sion to be given subject to lease by the month to Collins ds Havens as soon as deed can bo made and delivered by Mary J Coohran of North Dakota after her acceptance of a bid The right is reserved to reject any or all bids JOHN B LINDSEY Agent 78t 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 better 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 tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists yr DeWftts BaT Salvo For Piles Burns Sores FREE RECTA NING OHATB CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR OARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS OX TUg POPULA- RHENDERSON ROUTE lmIm xILOUISTILLEI SOUTHWEST If you want to travel on the Solid Comfort line got tho Henderson goodhabitAsk tho agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket L J IIIWIN GEO L GARRETT Ion Agt Tray Puss Alt LOUISVILLE KY iilab d- DEDICATION The beautiful and attractive new Southern Presbyterian tU1dIdedicated at the 11 oclock n m service tomorrow Rev Dr D C Lilly of Alabama former pastor will preach the dedicatory sermon Everybody invited to attend A HEAVY LOAD To lift that load off of the stom ach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you cat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that are curable are instantly relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 207 Main street Now Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal satisfaction and is so surely becoming tho positive re lief and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and grat ify my customers by recommending it to them I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiments anti will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by J W Gayle 7fThis signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that cnrea n cold In one day CALLED MEET OF DIRECTORY WOMANS CLUB- By order of tho President there will he a called mooting of the Directory of the Womans Club at the club room today Saturday at oclock p MRS 1 C BAILEY President in the sky comes the star of health to the weak and despondoesach that which itcur Ing all Is unable to do for stomach overburdenedk digestive and or disorders Kodolsupplies juices of digestion and does the work of the relaxing the nervous tension while the muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cure Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia am all stomach troubles b cleansing purifying an strengthening the gland membranes of the stor ach and digestive organ rLikea I troubles stomach inflamed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure v Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only 100 SIzo holding 2Ji times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by E 4 For saio by J W Gayle drug gist 1hi1a JJ h LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE t1EASTBOUNDNo2I SundlEx No 4I ILC8u No M M Stations 11 Lexington Winchester 111Natural Stanton Bridge 0aOlTorrent IOdI 04Jackson Beattyville Junction andlocalBeattyville Trains connect Junction forFSterling BARR 10caIBtntioniDiilyMis Stations Mis M 225 0 604 810 520 850 Clay City 483 406 923 aBO 485 954 57 449 747 847 5 821 015 825 236 Ry Nos and 8 with the 0 O Ry at L E It and J R No A Lye P Lye No o 930 285 Jackson 880 1120 0i923 280 Junction 381 t 158 Vilhurst Ui 1152 152 Hampton 480 IUS IS 128 Leo City 510 1222 10I 8431 12 Helechawn 618 1228 103 Cannel City 543 1245 Nos and will close connection at Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM CONLEY Superintendent GET THE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MARKETSPOLITICAL ML OTHER NEWS WARI RAILROAD FINANCIAL BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH DOING THE RIGHT THING lho trouble begins with n tickling in tho throat and a nagging little cough Soreness in tho chest follows and the patient wonders if he is going to have an all wintor cold Probably If he dues tho wrong thing or nothing Certainly not if ho uses Perry Javis Pain killer the staunch old remedy that cures a cold in twentyfour hours Thoro is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky tSijJ i 4 riDailyEx Bund Ex Sun IIP Ar for No83I Daily Ex Sund Mia AMAr PMAr O K make O K L ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutchei of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMATISM LIVER AND KIDNEY IDISEASE USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE J HighMrMr Brclsford nud vife Maynord Ave HighMrRev Dawson Rev J J Shiugler President John Culberson High and ilnynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shultz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with tcsponsible witnesses of what Deans Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try n 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you will be surprised at the immediate help it afford For Tale at GAYLFSsDrug John Edge To W L Ponce DrIro 5000 ft of lumber at 5 lJtHI58000Receivedhy credit on mortgage of John Stoops to John Edge W L PENCE Will sell above bill for 25 JOHN EDGhJ 10ltnMOTHERS PRAISE IT Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for tho sutler Ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and Spattordlostmnster 818 Our little was uncon scious from strangulation during a croupOne 1praisomoves every cause of a cough null strain oh lungs Sold by J W Gaylo yc f f1 r r ENTRIES IN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Tho DlWtlc County Commit anflnpvpointod tin vtliuers to conduct tho primary for the nomination or t county oflieors to ho hold on Tues day Nov 15 The following gentlemen paid their entrance fees and wore au thorized to have thoir names on the primary ballots They are arranged in tho order in which they appear on tho ballot which was done by lotRepresentative H Taylor c Jr IJoF Johnson Sheriff Harrison Shaw Lee Buckley R C Hioatt J C Mc Donald County 1ml George Thomson i Jas H Polsgrovo County A ttorneVvW C Marshall t Frank Dailey L County Clerk N H Smith- t Crawford roe Jailer J W Bridges R L Crutcher Tlios B Loitoli W T Scorn IJr Rogers lay Robinson S W Howell Judge J Dan Moore M B Lucas County AssessorW F Moore 1W H Hawkins David Sparrow Coleman Carr County Superintendent of Schools E R Tones Mrs Lizzie Dow LineY Roberts Coroner Tas R Thomson layman Graham County Surveyor Campbell E James Magistrate First District X A Sullivan W V Scott Constable First DistrictJ T WileyMagistrate Second DistrictGeo- L Risk John C Noel Constable Second District Frank Ireland Harvey Tincher Magistrate Third District Polk Lawrence R L Wiley Constable Third District Pete MillerMagistrate Fourth DistrictH E Sheets Too Allison Constable Fourth DistrictZ R Pnlliam Lee ONnn Magistrate Fifth Distrlnt J D l Parker James A H Travis 1 Constable Fifth District Tas Y Tracy RESUMED Baker Bros distillery located at the Forks of Elkhorn after having been thoroughly overhauled anti enlarged made the first mash of veekwi THE YOUTHS COMPANION IN 1905 It is impossible even to sum marine in a single paragraph the t ninny and varied attractions which 1The Youths Companion announces for the coming year A series of articles planned to in terest especially tho fortyfive mil lions of Americans who look di rectly to the soil for their subsist Iionce will treat of Now Fields fort Young Farmtelsr1110 Sanitation t of tho Farm The Future of American Cotton How Women Make Money on tho Farm etc Sewer serial storing and 250 short stories by the most talented and popular American writers of fiction will forum part of tho contents of the new volume for 1505 Full Illustrated Announeomont describing tho principal features of The Companions now volume for 1005 will ho sont with sample copies of the paper to any address free The now subscriber who sends 175 now for a years subscription to The Companion receives free all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1004 also Pico Companion Carnations Cal endar for 1005 lithographed in twelve colors und gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass u THE MOONSHINERS DA UGH TER The Moonshiners Daughter now in its third successful season will appear at the Capita Theatre mat inee this afternoon and perform ance tonight and it conies to us with the endorsements of such papers as tho Now YOlk Sun Tele graph mid tho Chicago papers etc etc A realistic scene depicting life in the mountains of Kentucky is said to bo a dramatic otlel hag creating mote than usual intlrostiTho fuodism created editorial comment is brought to light with vivid realism and the culmination of an affair of love between two idylls of the Kentucky mountains gives ampin op1 portunity for time discussion of tho realistic merits pro and con of Ken tuckys dissentious factions the law and those who would oppose it Several very clover people have heoll engaged for time Interpretation inIiipredicted Prices for tho lower floor Imlcol1ytho 25 and 50 cents at night 10 BUGGIES SMASHED A mulo team attached to the Perkins Transfer Wagon became frightened while at tho LtC N de pot on Tuesday and dashed away When they carne to tho livery stable of Mr Tas R Thomson on Main street tho wagon collided with two buggies smashing thorn Shortly after the team was captured without further damage GOOD WORK Done ManyCitizens Nearly every render has hoard of Doans Kidney Pills Their good work in Frankfort still continues and our citizens am constantly ldIing endorsement by public testimony No Netter proof of merit drill bo had than time experience of friends and neighbors Read this ease W T Frazier proprietor of Fra yirrs Candy Kitchen 4B St Clair St residing at No 5 Second St says The efllcioncy of Doans Kidney Pills wns amply proven in my case I suffered from backache thntImorning when I got tip it was common thing to feel lance and ItI in the hack Being on my foot much of the time in my store no doubt tended to aggravate the 101liefKidney Pills and saw thorn so peoplelivingGayles dun store and got a box It was a glad surprise to mo to find that after taking them for a lay or two they wer removing the pain bythetho trouble was entirely removed Uptodate I have felt no recurrence It is a pleasure to mo to en preparationFor Pried cents FostorMilburn Co Buf alo New York solo agents for tho United itmtos- Remember the name Doans and take no other GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont nIl coino from Ken tu sky Their main source is tho liverand all tho flue spirits ever made in tho Blue Grass cuild not remedy a bad liver or till pr0dand a had liver at the seine timo Your liver must ho in fino condi buoyanthitppclight of step vigorous and sucoess ful in your pursuits You can put usingGreensest of nil medicines for the liver fordyspesfaherm a favorite household rOlI1Hh IIgllHtFlowerand active and thus insure a 5piritsIr1At all druggists lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption THIS IS A Presidential Ye- arI vr MUST KEEP POSTFD The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY uourisr journal HENRY WA7TERSON Editor ITWFLVE P AfES4ISSUED LVERY WEDNESDAY 1oiEft REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL issues publishedSendmail COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY youiROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for on- ly15Ot This Is for cash subscriptions only All ubsuripttnns lIltion offer must bo sent through tho Roundabout olllce NO REASONABLE MAN Imagines that n neglected cold can bo cured in a day Tho un countable aircells in tho lungs are inflamed und the throat is as ten tier as an open sore But time anti Allens Lung Balsam will over como the cold and stave off consumption The cough will cease and the lungs will ho sound as a now dollar All druggists sell Allens LIIlIgBnlsllm FREE TR A L TREATMENT showing tho perfect support oiir remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free hook which etc gives our references terms MANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSX Depr Bo 11H5 Broadway N w York City Ur Cadys fcmiiiroa iovuers are just what a horse needs when in condition Tonic blcod purifier ant vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in nee to pm horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per packge For sale by J W Gayle and LeCoinntf5 Gayle COALI COAL on hand andwould be glad to sell you your sup ply this fall and win for sure treat you nicely J T Spencer 2 nt HJF HILLFNMBYER SONS Blue Grass LEXINGTON NurseriesI Offer for tlioFull a stock of Fruit and Ornainontnl Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and everything for tho Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive catalogue on applica tion Sept 2 amIn OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER f KENTUCKY WHISKEY KentuckyYc I 1 l I jj V L h r The difference betw- eenMALTWHEAT BISCUIT and breakfast foods is all the difference Iiin the world Dont take our word try them 15 CENTS MEALS 15 tiiws = r familyinor to Ralph R WilsontFRANKFORT KY j SPECIAL AGENT OF THE EquiLableLife rjTHE ja STRONGEST THE WORLD N ame Address Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill Jg13 trmA STUDY EN GOVERNMENT AND P aLIT L- C95QMQOOOb i Tho above sum has hoonsot asMchy 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