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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i flt1 j T THE MKFORT ROUNDABOUT nI Il GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS11lt ls 100 In Advance 1 YOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOY 12 1904 NO1l i Advertise r It Will rl Pay You l up with our advertise everyweek Wo have IKeep to otter you at nil times find our goods and prices just as adver tised f L Dress Goods Lot of Mixed the regular price is 50c you can buy them this week at 39o per yard 14 inches wide neat striped Secilian Cloth pretty shades regular price 75 this week 59e 48 inches wide Fine Cloth in brown tan and green regular price 150 this week only 110 t Silks 80 inches wide Black Taffeta Silk guaranteed to wear worth 125 this week only 99c 80 inchoH wide Black Taffeta Silk extra heavy quality regu lar price 150 this week 129 c rr Shirt Waist Goods We are showing a largo line- of White and Colored Waist f i ings at very low prices 15c to 25o per yard Just received new lot of the Colored Mercer ised Goods extra values 25c por yard t OUh II Rots STYLISH CLOTHING OF THE RIGHT SORTIThe 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 tobuymanliest virtues personal pride You rob him of right treeing by making tnloguodhave a suit that looks well makes the boy proud and provident Or is the nndmnJentlOl1rDoubIe = Breasted Suits 250 to 750 London Norfolk Suits 350 to 750 Overcoats 4 250 to 900 mnterinlnndAllsizes4R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KYf ROUNDABOUTIn the Suitings Childrens Cloaks We have them from the largestNoInfants Cloaks at 150 to 500 Childrens Cloaks at 800 to 100- 0Childrens Dresses You can find here a tress that will fit and please the little girl and the price we ask for them is not very much either Childrens Dresses 8 to 10 years old at from 100 to 500 Furs iUrus whore we cnn save you a great Acidof money We pocketbookCall and see them UnderskirtsJ- ust received a big lot of the fine Mnrcerixed Skirts with several rows of rallies well made extra values 100 each Highly r o Complimented The leaders of fashion after thorough investigation in this city and also in cities of larger sie have congratulated for the high class Coats and Snit we are selling DelightedIs who has purchased at this store This accounts for the remarkable success we have had with our Rain Coats Tourist Coats and Suits which arcs the talk of the town Rain Coats Rain Coats in Oxford or the Tans well tailored would be cheap at 1500 only 1150 Tailor Made Suitsl lot of 1500 and 1000 suits only a few sizes left you can have choice of any one for 1249 Lot 2Ii1 this lot thieve are suits worth 1900 and 2000 all now and stylish snits you can have choice of any one fir 1498 Lot 8L1 this lot there are suits worth 2100 2200 and 2500 all very highly tailored in medium or long coats choice of one only 10- 75Coals Lot IIn this lot we have a few left that were 500 you can havo thom at 298 each Lot 2Conts that wore 050 you can buy at 498 SWIPED BUGGY AND HORSE On Monday just about night U S Deputy Marshal X r McDaniol tojthoinsideIthey found the horso and buggy gone They at onco began a searnh for tho vehicle In a short time they found the objects of their search which a young man by tho name of Wi reman had sold for 5 and a pistol Wireman was shortly afterwards arrestod and iljdgod In jail charged with the offense DROUTH BROKEN At 8 oclock on Wednesday evening a gentle rain commenced to fall which continued nil that night and until about I oclock Thursday- It was a groat relief from the dust and dirt that was blown about by every wind that came The prospect is good now that it has commenced for still store for which we are profoundly thankful ffiels Early Risers The famous little pills ELECTED GOOD By a dispatch received by his brother Capt r T West we learn that Mr W B West was elected Superintendent of Schools for a big district in Indianapolis Ind by a pronounced majority The olllce pays the handsome salary of f 000 per annum Mr West moved to Indianapolis many years ago from Jackson county Kentucky Shirt Waists In Flannel Albatross Sec il inn or Silka huge variety to choose from Phnro well made correct styles at f100 to 500 each Sizes 84 to 40 Dressing Sacques Made of Flannelette IHettv- nent patterns special goodval ties SUe 75c 100 each Flannelette Wrappers These are made well and toll length in real pretty stripe and figure sixes 84 to 40 100 125 150 Special value in Calico Wrappers worth 100 only 79c Flannelette Gowns Gowns made of pretty vent goodlengthGowns made of Solid Color neatlytrimmed each C K A GIN BRO r JJL ljlJp h rJ IIi cWnII QJJ1I1tGlirMA ill THANKS THE PRUDENTIAL To Whom it May Condom erhis fs to certify that I have this day received a cheek for one thous and dollars from the Prudential In surauco Company of America whICh was payable to mo on tho death of my husband John H Hamilton the oourtesy of the agents of said company as wolf as their promptSness is commendable in tho high est degree RUTH BUCKNER HAMILTON Bridgeport Ky DONT FORGET The supper and apron sale to be given by tho ladles of Ascension Church in tho Chapel of that Church on Thursday December 1st from 6 to 10 oclock p in These ladies aro striving to raiso the funds necessary to cover tho recent repairs put upon thuirIchurch A dainty and appetizing supper will be served td IFINE LECTURE Dr C E Roemelo delivered rc firstclass lecture beforo the Barnet Class of the First Baptist Church on Monday night at an open meet ing held by that body There wero andIto young men was listened to with profound attention by all present It was bristling with facts full of important information warning trod instruction At tho conclusion n rote of thanks was extended to Dr Roomele for the address Gloves We have the Celebrated Ri alto Kid Gloves which are guar anteed to give satisfaction Wo have them in all the desirable shades sizes 5 to S at 100Jper A full lino of Golf Gloves at 25c timid upwardsSI Ribbons An extensive lino to select i j from nil the new and desirable shades We are offering tlll1ttat pricesNo Rib lion all shades only 5c per yard llibbooyardjNo JO All Silk Ribbon some pretty new shades at I5c per yard 0 inches wide Taffeta Ribbon i peryard 7 DryGoods We will prove to you that lv0SyourStablegive its a trial Extra lend Quality Un bleached Cotton worth OAc yardKino Bleached Cot ton the kiwi that usually sells at 8e at only 7Ac per vard Good Apron Gingham at 5 yardOuting extra value at 5 7 I0c er yard ShirtingCotton yard Comforts Blankets Silkolino Comforts filled with nice quality cotton at 100 175 225 woolbllnketspair l f r fAf l j PERSONAL La1yfMr Andrew ex- ington was in the city Monday Col non J Rlythe of Graefens berg was in the city Monday Mrs Albert Umothun visited friends in Louisville this week Miss Margie Dudley is visiting friends in Covington Judge W E Settle left Monday for Bowling Green I JtlSterlillgAbethtown on Monday Mr W M Lyons left Monday for f Nicholasvilh Mr Pat Rohannon left Tuesday for St Louis Mo Col Hunter Wood of Hopkins I vine was in the city Monday Mr R G Higdon went to Owens bore on Monday Miss rar Harrison visited rela tives in I Lexington this week Mr Louis Evans went to Russell vllle on Monday tJud n T J Nunn went to Mad isonville to vote Col John F Davis went to Shel byvillo to vote r Mrs E C ORoar visited friends in LouisvilleMr r and bride have re tripeof f was in the city on Wednesday Miss Lula Price is visiting friends in Ground fMiss Jonnie Craik has returned from a visit to Louisville W F Rarrot is visiting in Louisville rMrs Jap H Settle of Owenton the city Tuesday Mr Ed 0 Leigh has returned from his home at Paducah Judge W R McReath returned Wednesday from Leitch field Dr W E Sleet of Midway was in the city on Monday t Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby ville was in the city Thursday Adole G Tanner is visiting afriends in Owensboro- Mr Chas H Stevenson is attend ing the Worlds Fairr Judge Ben V Smith of Somerset was in the city Thursday fProf H V McChosney has re from Smithland Mr Howard Orbison of Wood ford county visited relatives here this week kMiss M Lockett Smith visited her cousin Miss Miriam Gaines at Crescent Hill this week Miss Hallie Herndon has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs John Morgan in Lexington- Mr J S Weathers wife and child visited relatives in Lexington this week iJIiss Antoinette Hutchison and toIj Mrs Nellie Stedmnn Cox and Miss Ellen Todd left Thursday for tho St Louis Worlds Fair Mr Neill Reed of Versailles who hits been very ill has so far jecovertd as to visit friends here Miss Lile Pepper has returned ItIrom a visit to her sister Mrs Chas D Clay in Lexington Mrs n TJBingo has returned from a visit to friends in Lexing ton Capt C C alhoiin and wife of Washington City visited relatives hero week guestti sailles this week IMr Jere Rixler attended the funeral of Mr O T Smith and wife in Versailles on Monday Miss Cordin lelfors attended the funeral of Mr O T Smith find wifn in Versailles Monday Mrs Win McCrnry of North Middlctown is the guest of Misses Hazelrigg at the Fleming Hotel Mr Thos R Harrison Jr of Louisville attended tho Court of L Appeals Thursday Sprigflnldvisit in this city Miss Mary Keith Miles who has been visiting relatives in Lexing ton as returned home Miss Belle Giltner is the guest of- her sister Mrs N M Cmitcher at D tickers Mr J B Coke and wife of Lox ington visited relatives hero this week Mr Pollock Payntor and niece little Miss Elizabeth Yontz loft for Louisville Wednesday DR EO ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases tof Children OiHco and rtfidomo above VEITZEL d tttTKIK1HONES Old 184 New J3 4ty jJ bL ft fn w 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 established reputation and have stood the test of time Our stock will moet 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 C G 1 assThe best showing of new and uptodate things ever offered in Ul 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 I M A SELBERT STReliable JewelerFRANKFORT230 ST CLAIR KY FLOURuuuo spoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Elhvanger and C W Saftell Mr F H Johnson of the Frank fort Chair Co was at home this Colby H Taylor who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville has roturned home Miss Alice Jeffers Cora Salyers Alma Scruggs and Dora Salyers left Wednesday for St Louis Mo Mrs Catherine Spauldingof Lou isville who has boon the guest of Mrs L Tobin has returned honje Mss Lona Scott of this office spout Sunday with friends in Lex ington Mrs J lJButler of Bowling Green was the guest of her father Mr W J Hughes this week Miss Prue Hunt Rodman has re turned from n visit to friends in LouisvilleMr Korshaw made a busi ness trip to Lexington on Wednes dayMaster Emerson and Miss Florence Joyce wont with the City School to St Louis on Wednesday Mrs J Morgan Chlnn and son Cardwull have returned from a visit to relatives at Harrodsburg Dr Jack Leonard was the guest of his cousin Dr H M Leonard on Sunday Mrs John P Hanloy loft Tuesday to visit her mother Mrs McDermott in Paris MlSlmoon Cook of Shelbyvillo former Assistant Secretary of State was here Monday Miss Eliza Overton attended the marriage of her niece Miss Reed In Louisville this week Misses Alexander of Harrods burg wero guests of Miss Eliza Newton this week Mr Frod L Grinstead of Ports mouth 0 was called hero Thurs day to attend the funeral of cousin Miss Jonnie Merchant hisI firs Sallie Sharp and tin ugh Miss Elli Foote of Lexington who have been guests of Mrs Henry Brown have rotuined home Mrs W S Johnson attended the funeral of her brotherinla v Mr James Gill in Shelby county yes terday lIrs1 Lampton Price and Mrs Rebecca Klein attended the funeral of their uncle Mr James Gill in Shelby county yesterday Mrs Robert M Bergman and sop of Irvine who have boon guests 01 her parents Capl 1 T West and wife have returned homo Mr Win Merchant of Louisville was called lore Thursday to attend the funeral of his sister Miss Jen nit Merchant Mrs J N Blakomoro of Versailles is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs Lafo Crutcher Steele street it washIIngton Cant Gay and wife who started to Mississippi have returned here Capt Gay was taken very ill at LouisvilleMiss E Martin has re turned to Bellevuo College after a visit to her mother Mrs A D MartinMr Chas Irion and wife of Lou isville who have beet the guests of relatives here have roturned homo Mrs Geo W Wilder and son Will of Pal Is who have been visit ing friends here have returned home Mr Wilmot H Kidd commercial tourist for tho Frankfort Shoe Co SundayforMrs H A Gretter and son and sister Miss Cora Voigt have re turned from a visit to Texas and the Worlds Fair Mr J H Parront who has been in Los Angeles Cal for some three years has returned to his home near Bridgeport Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville was the guest of his parents Mr Jos L Rodman cud wife this week Mrs J Gray McLean who has boon tho guest of hor sister Mrs Goo L Willis in Shelbyville has returned homoIMr Jack Stuart went to Chichi nati Tuesday to edit the Kentucky election returns for tile Cincinnati EnquirerMiss Chinn of Colorado Springs Col was the guest of her mother Mrs W J Chinn Wilkin son street this week Miss Laura Craddock of Wash Judge1Vweek Mr Jas M West of Hamilton 0 win has been the guest of his parents Capt 1 T West und wife returned homo Tuesday Miss Spioio Belle South has re turned from Louisville where she want to ollloiato as bridesmaid intro SouthBradley wedding Miss Laura Craddook was called t Spring Station on Wednesday hy the demUr of Mrs James E Blackburn e Mrs W L Cannon of Midway visited her brother Mr G F Berry at Juniper Hill this wHole Mr Geo A Lewis and wife are guests of his brotherinlaw Mr N M Crutoher at Duckors Mr Lewis is just able to walk about a little from a long illness oiilofMti y W M Kavanaugh and sons IMrs and Marmaduke of Little Ark are guests of Mrs M Kavanaugh Todd street Miss Floretta M South who has recently made n brief visit to her parents at Excelsior Institute is again in Clay City teaching music and French Prof H R McKeo seventeen teachers and a big crowd of city school children left for St Louis over the F C and Q C on Wednesday afternoon resignedherleave Monday for McMinnville Tenn whore she will attend the School of Photography- Mrs J V Craine who has boor sick since the sudden death of her son is sonic hotter while under treatment of Dr Risque of Mid way Col Lou J Cox of Houston Texas visited friends here this week Ho is as genial and young as wodIMiss Nellie Thomas Mr N Lindsay South writes from the University of Virginia that he with the rest of the law students has put in tho last week in watching the proceedings at the famous McCue trialIRev J K P turne from Woowooka Indian Toi ritory where ho was called to hole wayhoand luckily on a day when the air ship was making one of its flights IMPORTANT NOTICE TO TEACHERS LucyPattiSchools to announce to the teach ers of the county that there is no money in the State Treasury to meet the regular payment due them today This sad news for them Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood ant skin dtseaaes h CHEAP RATES TO CINCIN N AlL 4 for the round trip via Frankfort it Cincinnati Runway and Queen Crescent Route front Frankfurt Ky on account La ton la races On sale November 8 8 10 15 and 17 daysfromS E HUTTON General Pass Agent 11ijt l 1 iI t 1 tonal in Army and Navy Reg ister October 221 AOY CANT KEV AGAIN The Secretary of W ir him received n If tter from Noel G Linos the In spector General of the State of Kentucky The author writes in vigorous protest against tho argu locus of Inspector General Burton of the Army in favor tlio canteen The letter is a rumbling production with thu qualities of a temperance appeal and otherwise notably as icontaining the charge that army 4l o Hears are lawbreakers and hypo cites Tlris allegation is based on i the assumption that thor exist ntinumerous posts olilcnrs clubs where liquor is sold and where the horrid examples excite the enlisted moo to conduct that is revengeful lreclt 1683 and obstinate Tho protest would be ignored were it not forItho Pact that it conies from a maniwho has some standing in his homo community who held a commission in the volunteer army during the war with Spain and who later was a first lieutenant of the artillery army resigning from the military service in September 1902 Gaines did fine service in the Philippines where he unearthed the commissary frauds and played a prominent and effective part in the punishment of tho culprits Afterwards while he was attached to tho inspector Generals Department as a volunteer officer he was instrumental in deal ing with certain untoward condi tions in Manila at a time when treachery was rampant and it re quired nerve to tackle the secret o fie n dors It is understood that Gaines belongs to a family which is or has been largely interested in distillery business In Kentucky that incident need not of course flnvolunteer service and that recollection is the only thing whichIsaves him from being held up ridicule on account of a letter which does him no special discredit how ever one is inclined to give him the benefit of tho doubt 1n next weeks paper a letter from the same paper on this sub ject will be published Editor DeWitts JESS1 Salve For Piles Burnt Sorest HAD A VALUABLE REPUTATION rae am a Liar Make a 11wsttaser Reporter sre im IIPoaHlom You here gained ft great reputa tion as a liar said the editor tothe reporter according to the New York SunYes sir I realize that but I cant help it My reputation is the product of a great memory 1 I remember everything 3 see or hear while mj companions for get it The result is that they dispute my stories and the majority being against me I am convicted of false IGiTeWell sir the proprietor of this pa per one day remarked in the hearing of the gang that you were a man of extraordinary ability A month later in discussing your qualifications for your position at the press club I men tioned this remark of the proprietors and attempted to prod what he said by several of those who had heard it They had all forgotten it howevertiand proved by a preponderance of testimony that I was a liar You were unfortunate said the yl editor But have a cigar and by the way I have a nice assignment for you today Thank you ir t Jtnuacohmwt silo nulanwevt 9 ET EENoLouisville i AND ChjCALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST 01 tUNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN fTATlON CHICAGO r j Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BAOON D P A X it Cur 4th and Market SU LouUYtlfa f 1 rAJJ M dai V MARRIED DUNCANFLYNN this city on Wednesday Mr James W Dun cnn und Miss Hallio Flynn woro marrioil by Rev h D Stuokor THAT PRIMARY Tuesday next Novpmhor 15 is the date set for the Democratic pri 4many for tho nomination of candidates to ho voted for at the No vemher election in 1JM5 Things are rod hot just now and still a heatin May the host men win We have lots of good friends in the crowd and wo wish them all suecesp TAKES A PARTNER Capt R R Perry has sold n half interest in the Winchester Sunto Mr Lurien Bookner The firm name will ho Perry Beok nor The SunSentinel is one of J the host weekly papers in the State and we wish the new firm contin ued success If every editor in Kentucky was an genial as this pair of buys there need never be any hard feeling any time ntI WOMANS CLUB There will he an open meeting of the Womans Club on Monday No vember 14th at 8 oclock in the Club Rooms whoa the annual re ception will be held The directory will meet day November 12th at 3 ooloCk1 t DEATHS FEATHERSTON At his home in this county at Forks of Elkhorn Mr F Marion Featherston aged 89 years of consumption Mr Featherston was an upright honorable Christian gentleman He had boon a member of Buck Run Baptist Church Forks of Elk- horn since a lad Ho leaves a wife J but no children several brothers and one sister to mourn his loath He was a valuable citizen and will bo greatly missed The funeral services wore eon ductod by Rev OPowers on Sunday morning at 1030 oclock MERCHANT fn Louisville on Tuesday Miss Jennie Merchant a cousin of Mrs R L Grinstead She was born and raised in this city and the remains wore brought hero for interment in our cemetery GILL In Louisville on Wedges w day Mr James Gill of paralysis aged about 68 years Mr Gill married his wife in this city who was Miss Margaret John son a sister of Mrs E H Taylor Jr and a half sister of Mr Jos Swigert of this county The funeral and burial took place in Shelby county his home on ThursdayMr served as a magistrate for number of years- BLACKBURNJ At her home at Spring Station on Wednesday Mrs Henrietta Blackburn wife of Capt James E Blackburn aged I about 72 years The funeral took place on Thurs day and the interment was in the family lot in our cemetery the same dayMrs Blackburn was well known in this city whore she resided while her husband was Secretary of State under Gov Luke P Black burn Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tf = oh l J n j Jt r J VOTE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY Tho following is the result of the voto in this county as shown by the official certificates of the elec tion oiliders Precinct Dom Rep Voglors 114 195 Bridge 201 90 1171lnrlothot1fio 1071GUl1houReKenneys Mill IRQ 88 Purrlngton 105 50 Bridgeport 176 34 35IBaileys Mill 102 3 Hnrvieland 117 22 Swallowlleld 81 17 Bloomington 76 29 41IThorn Hill 142 48 Switzer 144 37 Forks Elkhorn 141 64 Crutchors School house 142 132 Bryants Schoolhouse 117 71 Bald Knob 78 8 Flat Creek 97 9 Totals 2929 1451 The Prohlbitlonistshad 28 volts the Peoples party had 11 votes the eachiSocialist party had 9 votes pecially in the Democratic thero was a big dlfferenoeat votrI precinct being as high as 10 votes between the highest anti the rest of the ticket It will be seen that the Democratic plurality is 1478 and the majority over all is 1480I THE NEXT CONGRESS 1The following is the status of thej next Congress up to the hour at which wo write Rep Dem Alabama 9 Arkansas 7 California 8 Colorado 2 Connecticut 5 Delaware Florida 3 Georgia 11 Idaho Illinois 24 Indiana 11 2 Iowa Kansas 8 Kentucky 2 J Louisiana 7 Maine 4 Maryland 3 2 Massachusetts 3 Michigan 12 Minnesota 9 Mississippi 8 Missouri 8 8 Montana Nebraska 6 Nevada New Hampshire 2 New Jersey 9 l- NowYork6 11 North Carolina 10 North Dakota 2 Ohio 20 Oregon 2 Pennsylvania 31 Rhode Island South Carolina 7 South Dakota 2 Tennessee 2 8 Texas 16 Utah Vermont 2 Virginia 9 Washington 8 West Virginia 5 10 1 Wyoming l Totals 248 187 Necessary to control 119 A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn 52x90 also good tenement house and all other necessary outbuildings situated 33 miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW HlNB on the premiaea oo223m lt ill k ll hi THE KINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR As already announced the Kings Daughters will give a bazaar in the ball room of the Capital Hotel on Thursday November 17th 1ho doors will open at 12 oclock and a delicious luncheon will bo served throughout the aftornoon and evening for 50 cents Several attractive features have been planned among them a tulip bed to delight the hearts of the children an auction sale a candy table a doll and fancy table nt which many beautifully dressed dolls will be for sale also n quan tity of useful and fancy articles suitable for Xmas gifts Music by the Frankfort orohostrnI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signaturo OASTORA = Bean theIlia KM Signature J fof ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of thehighestsacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO KyBoth1July23tfI ARM Mrs Will G Goodwin was so un fortunate AS to have her left arm broken on Sunday morning She was in the yard of her residence when a pet dog tripped her up and falling upon her left arm the small hone was broken just above the wrist These good people have had a number of misfortunes lately First their son Mr Emmitt Good win was shot in the log next Miss Bessie Goodwin was attacked with double quinz and now comes thislast A SURE nfillctlonI It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes hut that is KlnJRNewa sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B VanMotre of W Va says I had a severs ease of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One NewDiscovoryithou gnarnutendbyReg sizes 60o LOO OnoMinuieCoughGuro Coughs Colds and Croup DO IT TODAY you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or cold with which you been struggling for several days perhaps bo Dr Boschoos Gorman Syrup which has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cureas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 750 At all drugigsts lyr J 1 KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE WITH Dr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LESj or MONEY BACK 1lv YoucanPin 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 Made only by the J E E mUI1CD Do Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ernptlios E H TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BROKENI accidentally Shephordtown VhooplngCough junctionNever demoralizing remedyfor undoubtedly LUNGS TO AllNight PrescriptionService There is not an hour of the twentyfour but that prescriptions can be filled here and our night service is of the same high grade ns that furnished during the day Emergencies tire apt to arise in every fam ily when it becomes neces sary to get ti prescription filled nfter the stores tire closed At such time we want you to take advantage of our allnight service No increased cost for the accommodation Our prescription chargts are always reasonable Tho GayIB firlig Stora8I i A STARTLING TEST To save a life Dr T G Mqrritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling tost resulting in a wonder ful cure He writes a patient was attackbd with violent hemor rhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had otton found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I pro gainedfrom EleotrloHIfor Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti Tryhem J 4 DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamer of UNI Leaving foot of MadisonStreetDailyat- gIS A after trains- Returning arrive Week r Sundaysgoor Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip 12 Excursion to Detroit and rturn Week Days Si Sundays 750 To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only Jaoo meals and berth extra Special Rattj to SocletteeYClose connections at Detroit with ers for liuftalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 TrNgr f i Beare theTheOASTORA ISignature f COUNTY CLERK IIWe are authorized to announce B SMITH Esq as candidate ifor reelection as County Court f Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary iote CANDIDATE FOR JAILER II Wo are authorized to announce iJudge J DAN MOORE ns n eandi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Df mo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE iWo are nurhnrizod to announce Cal E H TAYLOR Jr as a cnn RopresontaItiveuoxt Legislature subjrct to the action of the Democratic party 28 te FOR RERPESEXTATIVE j We aro authorized to announce Hon lh FRANK JOHNSON of this city tiS a the nomination for rooleotion as Rop jrespntativo from Franklin county the action of the Demo r cratic party L8te f FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY t We art authorized to announce VILE e MARSHALL a can didate for Counrx nriiirnoy subject to tho action of till Democratic iiparty Uee19tf- iN1EPLRIIAN SYSTEM ICnrs lonvo Lexington fur PariIevery hour from 5i in to 7 ParisforIin to S p m and 10 p m overyhour ifforat 8 and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight and trunks leave Lexington for LeavesGeorgetown tPnrlsratesfor i theater parties and school business and family tickets can be had onJapplication at the companys office 404 West Main street East Ten nessee phone 610 Homo phono 1274Y ALEXANDER Pre 1tt J 1 A t jl r1 TfieFranKfoitftonadaDQiit Entered at the postollicc nt Frankfort Ken tacky secondclass innilublc mutter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub IfRANKFORT NOVEMBER121904- DEDICATION OF SOUTHERN PBESBYTEBIA2 CHURCH tiThe beautiful now and entirely inodTii Southern Prosbytorian Church was dedicated on Sunday t t the morning service there was 1laslargo congregation present and pastors of the Methodist and Presbyterian Church wore in the pulpit in company with Rev Win Crowe the pastor of the church mid Rev Dr n Clay Lilly of Tuscaloosa Ala former pastor 1andassisted in the services Dr Lilly preached an eloquent and stirring sermon which was Tory greatly enjoyed by every one r present At tho conclusion of the sel mon a statement of the financial statue r of the church was given showing that a doflcit of some 3500 still re mained to bo provided for 1Ina short while some 1825 was raised in subscriptions and cash The benediction was thou pro Flounced At tho evening service Dr Lilly again preached a helpful instruc tive and strong sermon upon the character and troubles of Job and the lessons drawn therefrom to a fine audience i Quite a number of voluntary subscriptions were made by those pros l ant which brought the total up to abort 2000 Thus came to a close n happy day 1forthis noble and struggling body Christians und their able and consecrated young pastor They have labored unceasingly and nobly and they have every reason to be proud of their beautiful monumontIdust more enduring than brass or r iron Rov Dr Lilly who was the pas tor some ton years ago and always has been a man of ability has grown in breadth of thought and insight into the needs of mankind which is a source of gratification to his many friends in this city caneH Consumption Salt pork is a famous old conIconsumptive 50 andloo agoI is good if a man ideaIr food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod1 the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs lt Scotts Emulsion is the most r refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination r of cod liver oil and hypophos r phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special r action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request lie sure that this picture in the form of a label on the wrapper of every bottle of Kinulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and i all druggists S I tj Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restoring it to health and normal activity- I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring the three I suffered from nervous prostration I found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in such aOI1 knowing it about only thing that would give resist it I knew it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but never fully realized its cance until I had it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully I am cured of using morphine however much per sons may it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMArrIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Indo THE PASTORS INSTITUTE IS FOR ALL WORKERS The Sundnysohool superintend outs and teachers of the Stato are making n mistake by not attending the Pastors SundaySchool Institute to be held in Louisville De cember o9 Though it is called a pastors institute still a moments thought will show that the pastors work must be done through his ofllcors and teachers and that the work of the institute will be Just as valuable to them as to him A glance at tho program will convince any one of this The first day is called Pastors Day the second Superintondents Day the third Teachers Day the fourth Parents Day If superintendents teachers and parents can not attend tho full session they should at least attend on the day set apart especially for their work Write for a program examine the rich array of subjects remember the noted experts constituting the faculty and then seo if you can afford to stay away Full particulars may be had from E A Fox Lou isville Ky OPENING OF SUBWAY Wo have been placed under obli gations to Col Ed P Bryan of Bound Brook N1 VicePresi dent of the New York Subway for a copy of the program of the open ing offltlmt magnificent enterpiise for tho upbuilding of that splendid city Col Bryan has made a fine record and has established himself as a man of ability and foresight and we congratulate him upon his sue oess- THE COMPANION INFORMS AND ENTERTAINS tuba Youths Companion uses entertainment as a means rather than an end conveying always in its fiction and its articles Sumo con vincing truth or some contribution to tho useful knowledge of its read ore The men and women enlistoJ to write for tho Companion repre sent an infinite variety of talents tied callings Through The Com panion they address not only the young and impressionable but the fathers mud mothers of the nation The entire fatally claim a share in tho good things which fill The Companions pages Full Illustrated Announcement describing tho principal features of The Companions now volume for IflUfi will be soot to any address free the new subscriber for ISiOo will receive all the issues of The Com panion for tho remaining weeks of U4 free front tho time of subscrip tion also The Companion Carna tions Calendar for HOi litho graphed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass lYa Ir ditc WIU BOYS WORK CONFERENCE The Second Annual Boys Con bronco of tho Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association will be held In Sholbyvillo the Fri day Saturday and Sunday follow ing Thanksgiving November L527 This gathering is practically a State Convention for tho discussion of boys work anti is conducted by tho State Executive Committee in response to a widespread and rapidly growing conviction that this phaso of association work largely involves the permanence null effi ciency of the movement Sholbyvillo is well located with reference to securing a largo attend ance of boys being about tho geog raphical center of association wade in the State The conference will open on Friday afternoon with a banquet provided and served by tho ladies committee of the Shol byvillo Association In addition to tho inspirational themes to be treated practical phases of boys work will be taken up and dis cussed by the boys themselves an effort being made to place upon them tho responsibility for the con duot of the work for the other fol low There will be present a number of specialists in boys work who will participate in tho Conference some of these being E M Robin son Boys Work Secretary Inter national Committee Now York M D Craokol Secretary West Side Boys Club Cleveland H E Mon tague Boys Work Director Louisville Association These and other prominent association lenders will contribute to the success of the gathering Tile boys orchestra of the Louisville Association com posed of sixteen musicians will furnish tho music for the Confer ence Attendance will be limited to boys from tho associations of the State each city and railroad association and each county organiza tion being allowed ten delegates A rate of one and onethird fare for the round trip has been granted by the railroads and free entertain ment will be provided for all dole gates Coning as it does during the Thanksgiving holidays when there will be little or no conflict with attendance at school tho Conference will wthout doubt be largely attended Further information can be secured from any Association Secretary or by writing to B W Godfrey Department Secretary State Committee Third and Broadway Louisville THE CHRISTMAS DELINEA- TOR The December Delineator with its message of good cheer and help fulness will bo welcomed in every home Tile fashion pages are un usually attractive Illustrating and describing the very latest modes inn way to make their construction during the busy festive season a pleasure instead of a task and the literary and pictorial features are of rare excellence A selection of Love Songs from the Wagner Op eras rendered into English by Richard de Gallionne and beautifully illustrated in colors by J C Leyendecker occupies a prominent place and a ohaptar in the Com poses Series relating the Ro mance of Wagner and Cosima is an interesting supplement to the lyrics A very clever paper entitled The Court Circles of tho Republic de scribes some unique phases of Washington social life is from an unnamed contributor who is said to write front tho inner circles of society There are short stories from tho pens of F Hopkinson Smith Robert Grant Alice Brown Mary Stewart Cutting und lamas Elliott Peako and such interesting writors as Julia Magrudor L Frank Baum and Grace MaoGowan Cooke hold the attention of tho children Many Christinas sugges tions are given in needlework and tho Cookery pages are redolent of tho Christmas feast In addition there are tho regular departments of the magazine with many special articles on topics relating to womans interests within and with out the homo lOSJI On Sunday between Main street and tho residence of Mr Goo A Lewis Second street a pair of nose glasses with black rims Suit able reward will be paid for their return to this office s 4i Fr-I o J ii t tl t Pleasant to take 1Laxaif Syrup j f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONr fjew r pfi lvv Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a l1 normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines i j r LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring j about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as I Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc f Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried 0 ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE r NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO lt fty Glaze Your j WindowsI tl 1Ii GI ASStill sires and can interest you as to price undIquantityI err FRANK G STAGG 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etclf LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1104 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I SunIEx Send Ex A M A Leave III Stations INo1 INo unity Ex IA Ar 225 745 0Lexlnuton IS21 Wineluwter 1010I hue Oluy City 416 U2a Stanton 485 JM NnturilBridge 8UI 005J449 Torrent 747 51 1029 Beatty villo Junction i2U15 1180 UlJaeksan 1125i IflocnlGeneral Manager GPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY 1 No No DallyMIH 1A M Lye P M Lv Stations 3 Hun M P M 0 No No DailyEx Mia JA Ar P Ar II Jackson 380 1120 0 1I1 Williurot O K Junction 116 10Il 152 Hampton 480 1168 128 Leu 510 1222 111I 8BOI 122 HelecJmwn 518 1228 105 Cannel City 545 1245 119 Nos and will mince close connection ut O K Junction with Nos and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayDI L CONLEY Superintendent if iitJt dtf it I1 ON THE JETTS TEACH INOTES ASSOCIATION Teachers Association con Jotts Ky Saturday No vember 5 at 10K n in Mr Leo A Owen gavo a cordial address of welcome and when ho had finished all wore assured of a hearty welcome Prof E II Jones made the response Primary arithmetic was very Ably discussed by Miss Maria Jett lci The subject of Nature Study was discussed by Miss Hahn and I1lr8 Sargent i Methods of Teaching Spellinc was discussed by Mr George Hay don and Miss Bettie Bowen The Misses South and Miss Bed ford rendered lovely music on man dolins and guitar Miss Mary South favored us with suvoral sweet songs which wore enjoyed by all Miss Ethelind South gave n road ing The One Legged Goose Miss South has proven to be quite talented in this respect Prof E R Jones gave a very in teresting talk on Schools of the Past and Present He made many good points Miss Annie Belle Fogg had a paper on Improvement in Our It r1IissPattie had a most excellent on School Administration Mr Owen was kind and cour teous in Rivtog the teachers the benefit of his graphopho- nei ladies of Jett prepared a splendid dinner which was nicely served and very much enjoyed by All Every one present expressed I themselves as having a most enjoy able as well as interesting day VERITAS IT IS EASY TO SAY rl Be careful but we must all go from heated houses into chill outer Air and the change sets us cough jng and wheezing Avoiding win ter colds is difficult curing them is not hard if you take Allens J Lung Balsam Bettor bpgiu when the cold is young and not wait until it settles deep into the lungs for then even with Allens Lung Balsam complete relief will be slower STAMPING GROUND We regret to learn that Mrs Van itia Ferguson is very low with but little hopes of recovery IThe drouth still continues anti of water has become a serious problem JThe farmers hero had a splendid for cribbing their corn but fodder has become so dry that it in handling 1wnstesgrent1 at from 2 to 225 barrel IDledAt Switzer Mr Chas Mar i1tin of pneumonia Ho was an em e of the F C railroad Had ThejSunday anti the burial was at that burying ground DiedOn Sunday at the residence of his son Mr Jap E Da vidson of paralysis Mr John Da vidson aged 75 years The funeral and burial was at Minorsville ChloRjoIllsIs the guest of her brother Mr James B Kelly She moved to- Chicago during the civil war With her oam Miss Ina Thomason who h is the daughter of Mr Sanfo d Thmnasnn deceased and was raiser in this county Miss Lulu Trice of Frankfort is visiting friends hero The election passed ofT quietly the Democrats receiving their usual majority UNO GElS A BETTER PLACE It Mr Carlton W Graham who line been Agent of the Adams Express Co at Georgetown for a number of years has been appointed to a IJ better position with the coin puny and has a run on the Q Rail road from Cincinnati to Chattanooga Tonn Wo have not learned whether he will move his family to Cincinnati or to Chattanooga We desire to congratulate our former employe upon leis promotion Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer ReSOrt v folder etc send two cent 1 stamp to MR GEO B ALLENto- o Asasitnnt General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 0 H HUNGERFORD l District Piwsenger Agent Louisville Ky ii tf ir 1 t if IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered bY the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno Oth Kentuckys popular line the Hen derson Route will inaugurate a rafo and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the title and equipment generally of all trains between these Ollorntodinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 8HO ai o00- p in and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p m 720 a in and 010 p in The equipment is brand now just from the hopsof the most mod ern vestibule pattoin and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a in train through without change of ears will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back sent passenger coaches 2 The 000 p m train through without change of oars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars anti high hack seat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you trot All trains will leave from anti arrive in tho Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station StiLouis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points wes iI the agent fur tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will have them in stock and will bo glad to wayYou in every re spect with the accommodation anti safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians FrllktOrt Gincinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 eJUiA Ml DAILY EXOEPT lAMIPM NoJMNo82 SUNDAY No81 NobS 2 00 6 SOJLv D Fran tA 1125 72066SU Summit 1L17 ZMA Elkhorn 106 219 7A Switzer U 03 6 229 722 1Stamping Ground 153 6 7c Duvall 1046 6 u 10 6 947 7M5 5Georgetow 1035 6 29 2 7 9541007tf071833811817 Elizabeth 942Ri65 B20Ka27 932 6 3 25 8BO Art ParisfLv 980 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentraLConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P M MIA16 1t251720200 60 Lr Frankfort Ar 8 2V Lv Georgetown Ar1 6 6 Ar Cincinnati 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT 8 CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M PM 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 720 2 Lv Georgetown Ar b80 Lv Paris Ar 583 600 Ar Cincinnati Lv U65 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 60A L Frankfort 25A 1M7P 745AA Georgetown Aill 8UA621P 3 CoP 80A A Pnris 542P 709AI245PIiSIP A Richmond LI IMP A Cincinnati 255P Coach Excursion tickets good every day oxoopt Friday and Satur day GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pres and Genl Supt U P A UNI TUB STATUS EASTERN Dis TUIOT KKNTUOKV In the Unlttll State District Court in and for said District Retereo District No 5 To the creditors of Martin Luther Crutcher otFrankfortin tho county of Franklin mud elliltlit aforesaid a bankrupt on IuthmjClutcllCr held at my olllco in the city of Frankfoi t Ky t1litthe said creditors may attend provo their claims appoint a trustee examine tho bank rupt mntl transact such other business as may properly como before sold meeting DW TUmmy Referee Bankruptcy 10lt QUICK ARREST A Gullodgo of Verbena Ala was twice in tho hospital from a severe case of piles causing tu mors Alter doctors and all reme dies failed Ruoklons Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflamma tion will cured hlll11 t conquers aches and kills pain 25o at all drug- gistskWA oI0 iIiIA BI GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR St ATLouis THEI IHenderson Route LINE THAT IS ITIIJD 11 0 R TAB L E- BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars ROUTE FOR IOFFrOrAJ C K I AN S TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect May The new trains will leave St Loins a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address- R T 0 MATTHEWS Tray Pass Art Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS laOi Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Queen Crescent Route and Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten lays on 60day and lo day tickets Rates from Frankfort 60day tickets 1285 15day tickets 1105 Coach excursion tickets HMO Conch excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cin cinnati i e Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton Dayton Ry Convenient schedules necessaryThroughSleeping car reservations secured if advised- S E HUTTON td GeneralPassenger Agent ftr Cadys Coiiilfirou owners art just what a horse needs when in bnc condition Tonic blood purifier ant vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J 1V Gayle and LeComr to tti Gayle ONE OF MANY H A Tisdalo of Summortown S C suKorod for twenty yeais with tho Piles Specialists worn employed anti many remedies used but relief and purmanont good was found only in tho use of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only one of the tinny ninny cures that have boom cheated by this wonder ful remedy Jn buying Witch Hazel Salvo it is only necessary to sue that you get the genuine DeWltts made by B C DoWitt Co in Chicago and a euro is certain DoWitts1 Witch Hazol Salvo euros ail kinds of piles outs burns bruises eczema totter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold by J W Gayle Ly ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R B DIRECT TOHAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a m leave Saturday 200 p m arriving at Havana Monday morn onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSH11S FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central find South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central anti Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the ChlcngoFridavthe Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions 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 everyWednesday NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in oifoct Doublo daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars bultetlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Ou f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains 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 porl and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure FULL resortsIConcerning all of can be had of agents of the Illinois Ceu tral or by addressing the 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 A ChicagoJNOMemphis C A U TIME TA U iJ NI- SurT IPLetington 0I 62f- nut kfort 61P cflQttNORTH io21No P bv Louisville tiheltiyvll u ilil67tt rimkCt rl A Lexington FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo smut on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANIAiTEN THER A PEUTIC ASSN Ik pt B 1KJ5 Broadway N w York City Illinois Central Seventh 5 River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 910 p m Arrives a m Now Orleans SnccinJ No Loin os iS p in Arrives in No Local Mail No lk Loa vw 720 a m For Fulton Padncali mud intoraItsttate- mints Connection to and front Elizabeth town Hodirenvillo and Hopkiiwville except no HoocuU1ojCo Accommodation No 1S Lmvtw 40 p m Arrlvon 9r5 a in For Central City Connecting service to Hodnenvillo and except on Sundays at all stationstoll Trains Run Daily r t 1 M1I I WORLDS FAIR SHORT LIN 8UllTfillRilAI1AY rFortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the lORLDSFAIB Look at time schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis andDiningdailyArriveSolid through train from Louis PullmanSleopelAll trains make close connection withWalmsllthe Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will he an nounced soon LexingtonAgentLexingtonC H HUNGERFORD District AveLoulfvillc ralITHE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 8 a in to 7 p m and at Hand lip in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown ini0 a m to 10 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20tf SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLoaisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No o 5 No ajant p m pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lawrcnceburj 95i 620 085 Versailles 1016 642 95t Lexington JO45 i10 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 4- 0No4 No 2 No6 am pm am r Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 005 44 780 7MI iI t All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Xos 5 and 6 Through Obser vation chair car between Louisville Harroda BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for arriving 750 from the South throusleeping cars from and to Asheville N Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train leavingLouisville 730 pat and ing n m Through sleeping thetbetween Louisville and Birmingham via ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St St Louis f No mjmImri IXo No1 l iLv St Louis 803 nIItIOOO p m Ar Princeton 128 p m 803 a mt IHunthuburg 1255 pm 425 am 11Ip m 710 am No m No 1ArHltnthHhurEvansvilla 1025 pm mYXoO No12ahv Evan 7iO a m iis p In Ar Huntingburg IIIOS a m 250 Ar Louisville a m 645p4m Trains Nos 128 and run solid between Louisville anti St Louis Trains Nos run solid between Louis 5TrlhtHclass Concise between Evansville and Louis vine Day trains between Louisville and St Lotus iCafo Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louts carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cara with buffet service applytoH It Spencer S H Hardwick GB AllanG 50 YEARS l EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS + COPYRIGHTS cic Anyone sending a ketch and description may anItlnnafttrlctly confidential on tatenta patents1utcatatpttlal notice without Scientific JUhcrican IA hnndsomoljr Illustrated weekly Larger clr of any eclentlUo journal Terms 8ottbyallnewedealcrsMUNN Branch eS F StIYashlogton tfi cbTli w B 14I M F I c CLOAKS tC SUITS Styles that have snapand qualities that show their goody ness in every thread Tourist Coatsbrown blue or Scotch mix tures 750 to 15 r Garricks Coats new effects brown castor black 15 to 35 Covert Cloaks THE ELECTION We believe we heard somebody say that there was an election held In tho United States of America hail Columbia happy land on Tuesday last When the grab bag was closed that night there was an upheaval that showed Teddy at the top of the pile with States and elec toral vote as follows Colorado 5 California p Connecticut Delaware Idaho 3 3I Illinois 27I Indiana ir IowaUKansas 10 t Maine Maryland 8 MassachusettsIC jMinnesota Missourier 12 New Jersey NebraskafNew Hampshire 4 r pNewNorth Dakota 4 JOregon 84FSouth Dakota 4 l Utah b 4 Vermont West Virginia 7 Washington 5 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming I- 83 States tJudge Parker received States the votes J 11 Alabama 0Arkansas 1loridn 18 13 fl L 0Louisiana10 MiPsissipi rNorth Carolina 12 South Carolina a 121f12 States la7 To the elected we tender congrat to the defeated we give our rulations sympathy We have boon there both ways VAGARIES OF A COLD You can never bo quite sure where a cold is going to hit you In the fall and winter it may settle In the bowels producing severe pain Do not bo nor tor ment yourself with fears of appen dicitis At flrt siun of a cramp take Perry Davis Painkiller in warm sweetened water und relief comes at once There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 60 cents Dr Weavers Syrup I Pnrttei the blood Cerate ointment for the skis WELCOME AS SUNSHINE After a long storm is a feeling of relief when an obstinate pitiless cold has been driven away by Al lens Lung Balsam Only people who have boon cured of throatacne i8jlTheret j j DRESS GOODS More dross beauty and value than you often see for these pricesZibelines solids and mixtures 49c Worth double this amount Mannish Mixtures 129 worth 150 LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending Saturday November 12 1904 Abbott Rosa Ash Miss Bessie Anderson Mrs Bertie Abbott Bert Barkley J G Brown George W Brotleriok Mrs George Brown Miss Lizzie Bell Cloud I W Chambers Mrs Deering W E Davis Hiram Duary Miss Leo Doyle Bart H Hitts Miss Sophia Hopper F P Howe Walter Jackson Minnie J Jones Harvey Leslie Mrs Georgean Massey Business College Moore Monroe Mitchell Ed Newman Thomas Radclitfe Miss Burnetts Rose D G Sudduth Bud Stewart Charley Salyer Roy Sharp J T Sizemore G W Smith R Neville Stune Rosa Starkey W H 3 Tisely Hattie Tulbert William Valentine Elizabeth Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P 11I THE IENTUCIYI AND THE NATIONAL ROOSTER A CRACKER JACK Our friend Mr Jas N Talbott of Butte Mont has sent us a sample ballot which was used in Silver Bow county Mont on Tuesday last It is 42 inches long by 28 inches wide and has 10 different tickets to be voted for There is no device under which to place the cross mark but each voter has to put his stencil opposite the name of every candidate he wishes to vote for We thought our ballots were large enough but this gets away with it t 4 THE FARMER STORE TAKES A FIRM AND SURE STEP FORWARD EVERY DAY ALWAYS KEEPING IN THE LEAD A Splendid List of TRUE VALUES The store news we print today should start a steady procession of clear hendod women corn ing through our doors It tells ft tale of vital importance to you a tnle thnt is fraught with yourhenrthouseholdonly the things you need today but of where to purchase then to the best advantage Read each item with care and accept our earnest guarantee that you can buy them hero with per fect confidence that they are best in every sense THANKSGIVING DAY RPOC LAMATION Mayor J Henry Powell of Hen derson the original and only has issued a proclamation for Thanksgiving Day which is unique Mayor Powell was formerly a citizen of this city and has a host of friends yet living here Here is the proclamation II By authority vested in me as mayor of the unpretentious little city I do thus publicly proclaim Whereas in accord with Christian custom Thursday November 24 1004 hath been sit apart as u day of thanksgiving and prayer I do beseech saints and sinners to go to church and be good Whether chanting hymns shooting quail or sipping delicious poison from the eyes of beauty keep innocenoy and take heed unto the thing that ifi right for that shall bring a man peace at the last Let us be thank ful that our colonels are not so full of corn as our corn is full of ker nels Though the surrounding soil tickled with a hoe is laughing with- In harvest poor folks are still with From thin soup and cold pota good Lord deliver them Oh Christian men and women aston ish the stomach of the starving sufferer with oysters turkey and mince pie Adorn the ragged pau per with comfortable clothing An ounce of practice is worth a pound of preaching Dearly beloved let us play upon a harp of u thousand strings a new song of praise give thanks unto the Lord for the most charming crop of beautiful babies ever born in the old town since creation dawned and the morning stars sang together Sweet dainty darlings smile on liko sunbeams in shady places Kick up your little heels and make of earth a Heaven With charity unto all and malice toward 110nor do hereunto subscribe my official signature to tho words that have been written this 8d day of Novomhnr 1904 J H FOWELFj Mayor of Henderson Ky MADE a AGAIN One of Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills each night for two weeks has put me in rnyteens again writes DumpReytnPafor Liver Stomach and Bowels gripeOnly VALUABLE HORSE DIES Striker one of the valuable horses belonging to the Adams Ex press Co died on Sunday night lifter a short illness of inflamma tion of the stomach He was a well trained and intelligent animal and will be a heavy loss for the company CITY SCHOOL TO GO TO WORLDS FAIR If the arrangement does not slip a cog which is very improbable the City School will go to the Worlds Fair in a body Wednesday next It is proposed to have the sleeping oars in which the schol ars go to remain while the school is there so that they can sleep in them at night The whole trip will cost 15 ands a rare opportunity for dren to get a vast amount of eduoaI tion of immense benefit at very small cos- tKodol Dyspepsia Cure DlgMU what yu II J 1 jJit NEW WAISTS Let us give you a word of ndvico buy your new waist now before the holidays There will be many homecomers at Thanksgivingand Christmastidksand you will desire to look your best then and to select a waist now is a wise move Mad ray 150 Mohair 20 Silks 5 to 7 NEWT SKIRTS Special good values for the women who find it necessary to practice sharp econo my in their purchases These ski ts have all r the style that goes r with higher priced gar f ments but the mater ial was bought to great advantage making prieesSpecial ort The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been1in use for over 30 years has borjne the signatnre of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy I Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ofrInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAICastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ri1c goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotiC r substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of F The Kind You Have Always Bought fi In Use For Over 30 Years New ticIdealVacation Places tfisouthernnorthern Indianaa country of beautiful lakes running streams clear as crystal t rlI and deep woods Here are delightful places for fishing boating bathing camping out and kindred t pleasures where you can enter mate a simple joyous summer life perfectly free everyday The cost is very moderate Board rooms in farm houses and small hotels at rates averaging from 5S to 8 week There are also mAn cottages for rent at reasonable rates This entire region is reached by summerfI The Lake ShoreMichigan Southern Ry and the D T M R R which it operates To assist in selecting a vacatioatt place the following books will be sent for 5 cents in postage to cover A part of mailing cost The Ideal Vacation Land containing pages 8x10 Inches of beautiful Itrf views from photographs made especially to Illustrate some of the lake country and Quiet Summer containing a list of summer hoarding places including summer hotels farm houses furnished cottages and camps with rates features of location and other Information Address A J SMITH G P T A Cleveland O t OUR MOTTO GRADE HIGH PRICES LOW nnyHiglQualityLowWe mean just what we Prices Some people think that a good article can not bo had for a low price that if i they pny a good price they are always aura of a good article That is wrong Sometimes merchants out the prices on excellent goods below cot just to get people into the storethey loso money to make That is the case when we offer Olcnmore Whisky at 200 per w tradofJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentuckyt I d JJi j tiJ t6IkQ fll n 1JJ- r r 1 S DtFWish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a Ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department UndiT the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston We tithe pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old friends j S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY j RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will priach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the Bibleiperintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baraoa Bible Class at 945 taught 3 pastorBaptist Peoples Union will meet in the ohapel at 080 p m Leader Basil Kenney Topic Gods Guiding Hand In Our Lives Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the ohapel invited SeatsVisitors cordially tree ASCENSION EPISCOPAL 3HURCHRev A B Oliinn Roe tor Sunday November 18 Preaching at 11 a m and 780 p m Wednesday 780 p m Prayer service Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J T McKissiok will preach at 11 a in and 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p in Business meeting Led by the PresidentPrayermeeting Wednesday even in chapelTopic Its cure The Junior Endeavor Society will 1meet on Friday afternoon at 8 oclock in the chapel Everybody Invited Njpastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 080 art Prayermeeting Wednesday night Oit 780 p Everybody invited to attendt CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Tatner Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 7HO a m High Mass 10 a in 4 Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers tit 7HO p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHrRov J MoClusky Blny ney U the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p in Sunday school at 945 a m i Young Peoples Society of Chris Endeavor at 545 p m All the young people invited r Prayeimeeting Wednesday night 111tIThe is cordially Invited to attend V METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will reach at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior Leaue at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCHRev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at this church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Y M C A Admiral C O Todd retired will louver an address to x men only at it oclock p m Sun ja clay Music by a undo quartette A gTThta signature is on ovory box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tbiou the remody that euros u cold IB one day h 1 1 BIRTHS MoDANEL NoarHarvieland on Tuesday Novewiber 8 to Mr Harry MoDanlel and wifea boy lELLISIn this county on Tuesday to Mr John Ellis and wife a daughter HANDSOME IMPROVEMENT Mr Bee Noel is making a very handsome addition to his house on Todd street betwepn Main and Logan When complete Mr Noel will have a very comfortable home 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 home 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 tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking regularlya warmer clime will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists vr FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS ON THE POPULA- RHENDERSON ROUTE HETWEEX LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS TIlE WEST AND SOUTHWESTIf on the Solid Comfort IJineuJtot the Henderson goodhabitAsk this agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket- L d IIIWIN GEO L GARRET Gen Pass Agt Tray Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY A HEAVY LOAD To lift that load oil of the stom ach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomach that aro curable are Instantly re lieved and permanently Iluvnl by the uso of Kodol Dyspepsia Cum S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Main street Now Britain Conn says u Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is giving suet universal satisfaction und is so surely becoming the positive ru liof and subsequent euro for this distressing ailment I tool that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending it to thorn I write this to show how well tho remedy is spoken of here Kodol Dyspopsia Cure was discovered tutor years of scientific experiments and will positively cure all stomach troubles Sold by J W Gaylor f J iJ L tlL l4d FREE NEWSPAPERS IN HOTELS Ownership flight That WM Hot Qa I4entoo4 by a Vemlaia Io8heard a lady say aa dinner table in the hotel says the Chicago Inter Ocean- I did not know that I was the person to whom she referred till after ward when a friend of mine who wail sitting at a table near by spoke of thematterThe at your table last night thought you were a brute he re marked laughingly I heard her use the word but it never occurred to me that I was the person she alluded to What did 1 do I asked You carried off your newspaper Well I asked what of that It was mine I gathered from what she said tc the waiter continued my friend that In the town where She lives the hotel furnishes its guests with the daily papers They are placed on the tables in the diningroom and are free to all She supposed all hotels did the same and that you were car rying off a paper that was common property She considered you a brute because she was not occua tomed to seeing hotel guests buy their pipers a oivanaa Iffhe subject of a tunnel connecting Ireland and Scotland ha s been brought before the British govern ment and the project will be pushed If the requisite financial support can be obtained The estimated cost is 50000000 The route provisionally selected is from Straurer in Scotland to Belfast in Ireland The total die tense is 5iy miles of which 341ft miles would be under the sea along a line where the maximum depth is 480 feet Electric motors would be used to drive the trains at an average speed of 60 to 70 miles per hour Youths Companion Stomach Troublescured DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured Kodol i Pa was cured of Chronic had stomacaOf the use by of his Kodol KODOLD- IieitiWkitYiiiEtt Ir For saie by J W Gayle druggist tL lea a v autsw II THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION The President has issued the fol appointingIBy the President of the United tatos of America- A It ProclamationI enrlandcome when n special day shall bo set apart in which to thank Him who holds all nations in the hollow of his hand for the mercies thus vouchsafed to us During the cen tury and a quarter of our national life we us a peuple have been blessed beyond all others and for this we owe humble and heartfelt IIlesslings ownIbeen abundant and those who work whether with hand or brain are prospering greatly v Reward has waited upon honest eilort we have been enabled to do our duty to ourselves and to others Never religiousmore evident Much has been given to us and much will be expected from us We speak of what has been done by this nation in no vainglorybuttion that our strength is as nothing unless we are helped from above Hitherto we have been given the heartiest strength to do the tasks allotted to us as they severally arise We are thankful for all that has been done for us in tht past and we pray that in the future wo may be strengthened in the unend ing struggle to lo our duty fearlessly and honestly with charity and good will with respect for our selves and with love toward our followmen In this great Republic the effort to combine national strength with personal freedom is being tried on a scale nntic than ever before in the worlds history Our success will mean much not only for ourselves but for the future of all mankind and every man or woman in our land should fool tho grave responsibility rusting upon him or her for in the last analysis this success must depend upon the high average of our indi vidual citizenship Upon the way in which each of us does his duty by himself and his noighb r Now therefore I Theodore Rose volt President of tho United States do hereby appoint and sot apart Thursday tho 24th of this November to be observed as a day of festival and thanksgiving by all the people of tho United States at home or abroad and do recommend that on that day they cease from tn ir ordinary oc iipations and gatii in their several places of worship or in their homos devoutly to give thanks unto Almighty God fur the benefits He has conferred upon us as individuals and as a nation and to beseech Him that in the future His divine favor may bo continued to us In witness whereof I have here unto sot my laud and unused the senior tho United Status to bo aflixed Dune at the city of Washington this 1st day of November in the yearn of our Lord HIM and of tie independence of the United States tho 12Hth Hy thin residentTHKODORE ROOSEVELT JOHN HAY Secretary of State A Feat Loeomotlv- BatsYia has been trying the Amer ican locomotive and likes itall ex cnlRlneathey need to be in order to give fair warning of their swift approach It was an American engineer who told of the exploit of a locomotive of which he once had chargethat it ran so fast that it reached the station ahead of the sound of its whistle which came along second or two after the train had toppedTroy Times J 1 i GET THE HABIT AND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MAR WAR ETSI NEWS RAILROAD FINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOU- THESCAPED t- Nomen and Men From the Clutchet of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger t f THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARErHAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA l TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING t DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr wife 2063 N High s Mr wife Frambes Ave Mr oerninlandwifelIanord Ave Mr 2605 N High Mr GrocerWBroad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave t Rev Sliultz and Roy Shuttz k We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Deuns Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you be surprised nt the immediate help it affords For sale at GAYLES Drug John Edge 10 W L Pence Dr To 5000 ft of lumber at per thousand 3000 Received payment May Sum 1904 by credit on mortgage of John Stoops to John Edge W L PENCE Will soil above bill for 25 JOHN EDGI 9lm Frankfort Ky 1 MOTHERS PRAISE IT Mothers everywhere praise One Mlnufo Cough Cure for tho suffer ings It has relieve and the lives oTthqUlittle ones it lias saved A uortaiii cure for coughs croup and SpaffordJostmlsto1 says Our little girl was unconscious front strangulation during a a U1tJupOnolieved and cured her and I can nut praise it too highly One Minute Cough Curo relieves coughs makeshbreathing easy cuts out phlegm draws out inflammation and re mows every cause of a cough aiul strain on lungs Sold by J W Gayle w Written for the Roundabout ETHICS OF EDUCATION Sixth Paper Newton explained by the discov planetstft holds true throughout the whole of the heavenly bodies This disco ery which seems at first sight to have little to do with our inner na ture really gives us the standpoint upon which the lover of moral notion must be placed to move mankind for it was the thin end of the wedge which has slowly but surely driven out the idea of caprice chance and special inter ference from the universe and that our life too is a part of a fixed and Stable purpose emanating from In finite knowledge and power So- indirectly we come to know oneself and to acknowledge the guidance Of a master builder who shall fash ion our mortal bodies after the sim ilitude of the heavenly while the soul shall be clothed with the garments of immortality The more we study the growth of popular education in this country the Clearer it seems that no power less irresistible than this reawakened t energy of the peoplewill ever duI cate all the children It is now summoned in every State to do what the educational public of Now England did fifty years ago under Horace Mann whit New York did ten years later under Page and May what Pennsylvania did later yet under Stevens and Hicks and Wiokersham hat Ohio did under Lewis and Guilford what every Ioneof these States has been com r pelled to do organize a vast movement as intense as a church re rival as comprehensive as a poli- ticalj campaign in behalf of unit versal education Here in Kentucky as elsewhere this great propaganda must he laid out at first by the educational pub lie that is the superior teachers 1 working along with the influential friends of education which must be n superior agency for holding I the people to the support of the l common schools Napoleon said flWhen a great thing is to be done affairs keep away from the leaders and go to the peoples find the people that shall finally bring peace confidence reconcilia tion through all our borders are the youth and the children now I being trained for the grandest effort r tofChristian administrational ethics that ever confronted a generation of menthe education of the head the hand and the heart of young Arden lea Then as Thomas Jailer son said If wo educate the chil ftdren aright our decendants will Kwiser than we and many things t to us will bo easy to i them American illiteracy means r Ignorance narrowness fund dull 1ness of mind which shuts every man or woman from the l t great modern source of reliable knowledge concerning every thing r the printed page t Illiteracy in labor menns an en slaved people doing work with tevery muscle fragments of brain of character and a sug theIpercentage of children below the fn of 10 launched into life weighted with all manner of physical ail j meats to say nothing of the curse of intemperance und the swarming brood of vices such illiteracy being the champion infidel against the light of the world Illiteracy in civil life means irresponsible officers fraudulent voters govern pllitlftional public reads l j No people can be educated in 1Rn other way than by itself in a system of instruction organized 1supported and supervised by the whole people through competent agents elected by and responsible to themselves If any taxpayer objects to this that he does not believe in schooling other peoples children lot him wait till the neighborhood is filled with illiteracy and then ask if it is more profitable then to pay for other peoples children as paupers criminals unskilled laborers or voters banded together for nihil istic and insubordinate pugilism Education is responsible like re ligion only for what it has the opportunity to do in a thorough sensible and persistent way and the most economical manner of dis l1an1throJiopublic taxation building school houses erecting libraries and de voloping the true spirit of American interest and patriotism The poorest kind of charity is to sup port an impecunious incompetent as a school teacherat the expense of your own children In the most favored States hardly one youth in twenty above 15 is in any school The school age is from 0 to 14 In the North Atlantic division of States 75 In the North Central 77 in the Western division 70 per cent of all children between 6 and 14 represent the average at tendance on the public schools and the same ratio of private attend ance Thus in round numbers only 54 per cent of the children of the South between 0 and 14 are in regular school attendance and the ratio beyond that ago is smaller in the North Kentucky is very progressive intelligent and broad minded in establishing schools and in every practicable way promoting educational ethics Knowing that the present child must be taught scientifically if he is to be a pro fessional farmer trader or busi ness man in tho coming years When the poet asks Can the stars give us peace we must answer yes for in these the most mechan ical and therefore the least com plex of natures problems we find invariably that continuity constancy and stability which are but different forms of energy or the power of doing work disappear as do light or heat reappearing as electricity or affinity in building up the cells of plants the tissue of animals or the seed forums of thought Then as Ruskin said Let every dawn of morning be to you as its close Let every one of these short lives leave its short record of some kindly thing done for others some goodly strength or knowledge gained for yourselves For The glory of our life Comes not from what we do or what wo know But dwells forever in what we are N S COX Nov 1001 d A T O R fit ABears theTheSignature +of GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all como from Kentucky Their main source is the livor and all tho fine spirits over made in the Blue Grass State ciuld not remedy had liver or the producesand a had liver at the same time Your liver must bo in fine condi buoyanthappylight of step vigorous and success ful in your pursuits Yon can usingGreensest of all medicines for tho liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household rOloeI ulnstFlowerand active and thus insure you a spiritsIrhtl o At all druggists lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heala akin WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its for One Thing Only and Frankfort is Learn ing This Nothing can be good for every thing Doing one thing well brings success Doans Kidney Pills do ono thing only kidneysThey kidney ill- Hero is Frankfurt evidence to prove it Mrs Anna ir Kavanaugh widow residing at 50 Main street corner of Todd says I roouivwl permanent benefit from nil tho differ ont medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief for the intense suffering I endured across the small of my hack seemingly centered in my kidneys I became in fact about tired arid discouraged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so bad from congestion of the kidneys that my doctors gave me up hewover I got better and con tinued to suffer with the dreadful annoyinge kidneys I road the splendid testi monials about Downs Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced mo to snake one more effort My grandson procured a box for me at J W Uaylos drug store and to my most pleasant surprise they gave me Immediate relief and by continuing tho treatments I found improvedFor 50 edits FosterMilburn Co Buf alo New York solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no ot- herQueen and- Crescent Rou- teShortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKS- T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky COALI COAL on hand and would be glad to sell you your sup ply this fall and will for sure treat you nicely J T Spencer 22m II iIPMllYliR SONS Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Offer for tho Fall of 1004 n full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and everything for the Orchard Lawn and Garden applicationSept 243m OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I CJ ry11y f t rV V 4 Y- J k2 Jfci Oi i j 3a f AM3 kVS l n IJil l rlA lfi ippt t 1All the biscuit then place poached egg on each biscuit This makes an excellent dish for sick person Scrambledeggs may be served in the same way MALTWH EAT BISCUIT are not breakfast food but delicious and easily digested preparation of granulated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized good forbreakfast dinner and supper and unequaled as healthful and satisfying lunch for children between meals IOCENTSIOk 4 If you are interested in the future welfare of your family or sin your own old age fill out the coupon below and mail tD Ralph R Wilson taFRANKFORT KY l SPECIAL AGENT OF THE Equitable r Life Insurance Society 1 THEYrSTRONGEST WORLD Name r Address I Could i ffri to spend i per annum for assurance- I think Ill buy assuranceabout t fj r A STUDY IN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 5000000The above sum has boon sot 011 byTHE CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE fa tie distributed aa awards to tho subscribers of THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE or THE CINCINNATI WEEKLV GAZETTE who estimate the total vote cast In the StatefTnOhio for President of the United States at the election to be held Nov 8f 1904 HERE IS WHAT WE OFFER- To Our Subscribers Who Engage In Thls Gigantic Intel lectual Contest one neurestcor rectesttiiinteotoxncttotnl votex6000ToTo Third Nearest 260 To Fourth Nearest 1000 To Fifth Nearest To Sixth To Sovonth Nearest To Eighth Nearest To Ninth Nearest To Tenth Nearest US To Next ToNext 405ioarostS000 95 Eaoh If 40000ah before Oct 1001 nstltuuto theexacttutulvotethere an dditlonnltotamount 100 A Grand Total of SSOOOO The award for exact estimate between Oct and Nov is withdrawn and added to the first award for tho nturest es timate making a total of 2500000But If the exact 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Commercial Tribune These conditions constitute the entire contract and tSiO IACh to ebtffg a whatsoever and every subscriber competing In this as ditions The Official Certificate of the Secretary of the State of Ohio shall be conclusive as to the total number of votes cast After the receipt of the Official Certificate an impartial committee selected by The Commercial Tribune will determine the winners and Its award will be pUblished In the Commercial Tribune for three days after which time In the absence of objection the awards will be distributed and this distribution shall be final and and binding on all participants In the contest For subscription blanks and further Information address the Manager of THE COMMERCULTRIBUNE u AWARD BUREAU UU8T d J 1 THOUSANDS CURED DnWltts Witch Hazel Salvo has cured thousands of cases of Piles T bought a box of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo on tho recommenda tion of our druggist so writes C H LaCroix of Zavalla Tox and used it for a stubborn case of Piles It cured mo permanently Sold by J W Gaylo r tyi XA vv 1k t iris i nt For absolute A GOOD COMPLEXION Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks restored by using DoWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Naoagdocho Vex A certain cure for billiouanoss constipation etc Small pill easy to take easy to act Sold by J W x Gayle I i it W