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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ji THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY P11P RDEVOTEDr10 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1imis 100 In Advance roro =VOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV I9i 1904 NOr II uu BUYS FINE FARM Mr Tho E Konney has pur chased tho tine farm of Messrs Clarence inul Russell Wilson containing 200 acres lying at Wood lake this county for 20000 cash 1This 1s one of the finest farms in this county and was only sold to make a division between the Wilson Brothers We congratulate Mr Ivenney upon his success in obtaining this fine Dud historic old home Wo hope tho Wilson Brothers will remain in this county AN OLD HONOREDr1 Wo are very glad to see that our old and honored friend Mr F L l1IcChc nH of Paris was nomI J0l111boncandidate for Superintendent of Schools Mr McChesn y will make an oUiciont oOloe1iWe congratulate himI JAPANESE BAZAAR The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church of Frankfort will give a Japanese Ba jznnr Monday and Tuesday evening thoIentirely new in tilt city and should be patronized by all OA S XI oRI4Beam theThe Ilan AlrajfsBooght Blgnatnro of lIII IN TROUBLE AGAIN John Maxey Jr colored was making himself too conspicuous at tho home of Alex Beriyman also colored who objected to Maxoys attentions to his wife AJaxoy pro cured a shotgun and peppered Beiryjnan with shot Berryman attentlonI break into tho Pen He has been in trouble twice before for petit lar Voeny Ho was lodged in jail You are sure of style and comfort if you wear one of those pretty tailor of a becoming shade and fashion Special values in Coats this week 5 to 15- Special values in Suits this work 1250 and 1498 Also showing a large variety of Skirts at 350 and FRIST SNOW OF THE WINTER On Sunday last tho first snow o the winter visited this city Fo about an hour it came down In fine Hakes and hominy snow hut it did not lie upon the ground melting as it fell It was a raw blustery day and as changeable as April NOMINATED FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are glad to note that our friend Dr C M Payntor of Law rencobirg was nominated at tho Democratic primary held on Sat u relay for Representative front the county of Anderson in the next Legislature Dr Paynter served the turn before tho last arum made la good RepresentativeATTENTION Ic There will be a meeting of Tho Civic League on Tuesday November 22cl at 8 oclock at tin ra ms of the Womans Club on Washington street Full attond ammo is urged H 0 rI SEASONABLE COMFORT showingYou upwardsI c KAGIN BRONO 4143 ST CLAIR STREET 0 0 v o v 0 o FRANKFORT KY J L Ar i PAID NATURES DEKT Whereat the Mourn Masons of Kentucky On Sunday last Mr William Daddj Ryan ono of thn most distinguished and beloved Mason in Ktntuuky laid down lifes bur dens to enter into the reward eternal after illness of only a few lays from that dread disease pneti nionin aged 77 years There is hardly a Mason in Ken tuck who hUH not known and loved Daddy Ryan Ho was especially leer to the young men of that order with whom ho was always hold in the highcregard Wo take the following from a short sketch in time CourierJournal of Monday last He was a Past Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery of Ken tacky and a Past Grand High Priest of tho Royal Arch Masons of Ken tucky At tho time of his death LodgeIwas one most enthusiastic members In that lodge ho was unusually popu heldIastlc Odd Fellow in which order ho- held high cubes and in which iris zeal arid good work gained for him the hitrhost esteem of the entire brotherhood Mr Ryan was known for his jovial sunny nature Though soy entysix years old he was more like a rollicking boy in tempera mont and nature than an old man He was fond of the society of younger men and was in his glory when among them in their lodge rooms and in the social functions especiallyfond stipplethanand participated in the proceedings jovialrthu lodge room was with him at nil times His face always wore a happy smile for his acquaintances ffis Early Risers The famous little pills JUDGE GALLOWAY WON In November 1908 Judge John M Galloway Republican was elected Judge of tho Bowling Green WIcompetitor instituted suit for the position To sustain his plea eel tain precinct returns wore juggled The Special Judge in till case awarded Bradburn tho place The case was appealed to the Court of Appeals On Wednesday that court theeopinion that Judge Galloway was legally elected BY BRIBING THE NERVES With opium a cough may bo stopped temporarily hot tho in flammation of which the cough is n symptom goes from hud to worse Do nut waste tinge and I1UIIO on delusive cough mixtures Re member that Allens Lung Balsam does not merely put the nerves to sleep It gets right down to tho root of the trouble and so cures even deepseated alfoctions of the throat and lungs LED TO CHRISTIAN- CHURCHICA IHfV C R Hudson of Franklin tlloIof this city to Ill the vacancy in Its pulpit cased by the death of the lamented and beloved Rev George DarsieMr Hudson is said to be a flue preacher and allaround gentleman of flue attainments Ho will take charge of time church January 1st 1103 Ho resigned the charge of his Indiana church to take elfect at that time HE COMES AGAIN IOllr longtime friend Mr Too againIsupply of delicious persimmons sweutestIcopt our warmest thanks 1 t ACCIDENTALLY BLOWN UP WITH POWDER On Saturday evening just at dusk four little luck who live on v Third street between Steele lord Shelby and who hud been playing with powder having made can non out of empty cartridge shells and shooting them off hilt who hail boon topped by He1 B Adams were closing up their play fur thin day One of thorn struck a match to find some articles in the dusk which he hail dropped when in spark from tho match fell on the package of powder remaining when lt exploded with pretty serious effect as follows Tuba Bridges badly burned about the head face and hands Marshall Adams eye brows eyelashes anti hair burned George Warrick pretty badly singed about his hands ami face Charles Adams badly scareuf finjuries others did not need a physician fA worse scored lot of kids you j could hardly find anywhere lhoyirlwill not bo apt to monkey withjpowder again soon JCOLD COMFORT FROM DOC TORS Doctors say neuralgia Is not dan gerous This is poor consolation hisIstay ulcers cud use Perry Davis Painkiller The blessed freedom from pain which follows this treat ment can not bo told There is but j one Painkiller Perry Davis y PAUL JUDSOX A KEN TUCKIAN 4 1tIiWritten by E B Pollard f Tho accompanying cut is of Ed f PItist Argus Itlife of a man who is more than in J terested in religion Tho book has been called a now Iiptist story Ibut Mr Pull ad is very desirous to have it known that he does notuprojAn in givo hi readers along J iloftaan interesting and conscientious t man nor tho struggle of a oungIman whoso early religious training had strengthened him for thu strug gle hint was to come in his battle against tho world Tho scone ofII Paul Jndson is laid in the Kentucky mountains tand to use the authors own words 11thorethan to love tho damp dark shadrows of tho night and to breathe the rniasnm of darkness while harmful boasts of prey stalk abroad And it is thus that tho render may see 1the diem wholesome light which permeates the entire atmosphere of the book t r PERSNA LI Col John B Thompson of Har rodsburg was here Monday i Mr Rninoy T Wells of Callowa county was hore this week Jan A Scott was in Cinoin this week on legal business lCol e John If Lnssing of But was hore this week Julius Kessler of Chicago was in the city this week Col W 7 Wilmore of Nicholas ville was in the city Tuesday Capt Sam Loavy returned Iron a business trip Tuesday fJudgeThos Z Morrow of Somerset was here this week DIr1 A Battorton spent Sun day in Lexington Mrs John W Gayle visited rela tives in Lexington Wednesday Mr Chas H Stophenson returned from St Louis on Sunday Mr Will Uttorback went to Shel byville on Monday l Mrs R C 2siool and children have gone to the Worlds Fair Mm O H Reynolds has gone to the Worlds Fair k Mr Vrgil McKnight of Mays fL ville was a visitor hero this week Hon W Preston Kimball of Lex r Jngton was in the city on Monday Judgo B Bennett of Groenup Was in the city Monday t CJudgo W G Dearing of Flem ingsburg was horo on Monday Miss Allre JelTers returned Sunday from St Louis Mo i r Mr Russell Penn of Georgetown College was here Sunday Ed C ORear visitod at her IiIrs inMt Sterling this week Coranol Crutohor visited friends in Shelbyillo this week Miss Alice French has returned from a visit to the St Louis Fair Mr J S Weathers has gone on a f business trip tu Rochester N Y t Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington f spent Sunday here Mr Norman Miles of Lexington spent Sunday hero CincinIWorlds Fair Mrs Bourne Owsley was the guest of her sister Mrs O W In Louisville this week t Judge John D Carroll of New tfCastlo commenced the special term court Monday Rev Win Crowe was in Pleasure Ivino this week conducting a pro tracted meeting Mrs Isaac Starks of Louisville noe Cannon was the guest of r jla tives here this week q r Mrs Win M Lyons and daugh ter Miss Amy visited friends in Louisville this week Jas N Miles of Lexington IMrs her mother Mrs Agnes this week Mrs James Chamberlain and daughter of Burnside wore guests of Mrs A S Petty this week t Mrs John L Jones is visiting relatives In Jl1flr OIl and Old hau countiesProf H Fuqua has returned from a visit to his old homo at Rurisellvillo Mr Wiiltor Cray who lain boon visiting at his ole homo at Russell ville has returned home Mr S Walton Forgy of Elk ton attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr B D Wnrflftld of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr John C Chenniilt of Rich mond former Insurance Commissioner was here this week Mr Hodman Grubbs of Louis ville attended tho Court of Appeals this week Mr Tarlton G Julian who has been visiting relatives bore has re turned to his home in Florida Mr Geo C Webb of Lexington attended the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Mrs B S Hughes who has peer the guest of her son ill Ohio has returned homo Mr Paul Avis who went to NfH York City to help elect Judge Parker has returned home Miss Julia W Johnson who has been visiting friends in Louisville lias returned home Miss Anna Abbott who has beer visiting relatives in Louisville ham returned house t DR EO ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Ofllco and rwidnnuo ubovo WEITZEL ODONNELL Main TKMiPIIONKH Old 184 New 136 iW Should have plenty of pretty Silver TIDE THANKSfilVINfi TABLE and Cut Glass to make more 1p petizing the good things of the season We have a large assortment of Sterling SilverCut Glass Chafing Dishes Plated S Baking Dishes M A S SELBERT STReliable JewelerFRANKFORT230 ST CLAIR KV O ont Make A Mistake Hthe ask lint cheapest saves your you in SHHQftspoiled bread to throwaway Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and C W SnfVell Hon D L Thornton of Ver saillos was in the city on legal business Tuesday Mrs Sally Coylo of Bowling Green is visiting her son Mr M D Coyle in this city Mrs Allen Bright of Shelby county was the guest of Mrs Clar ence Gayle this week Mr Prentiss ORoar of Cinclnj nati has Bono to Mt live on his fathers farm Mr John G Rogers made a busi this weolIington on Saturday to attend the MoDo wallBrock wedding Mr Edson Bradley of Now York City President of the Ie W H Co was hero this week Miss Laura Theobald of Louis ville was tho guest of Mrs John W Milam this week Mr Frank Jeifrios has accepted a with tho Cumberland Telephone Co Mr Wm Montgomery of State College Lexington is at home for a few ctays Col Goo Washington of Newport attended tho Court of Appeals this week Judge Tore R Morton of Lox fug tou attended the Court of Appeals this week Judge Jos D Hunt of Lexlnir ton attended the Court of Appeals Wednesday Mr B W Wright of Lovington Ills is visiting his parents here and recuperating from an illness Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake are visiting friends in LouisvilleMiss Brewer of Louisville visited Miss Pattio Thomas Logan street this week Mr W E Murphy and vifn and Mr Win HeiKH anti wife of Illinois are guests of Col A D Martin Mr Sam Whitehead and Mr M R Todd went to Louisville on Monday Clt3Iley this week Mr W W Jett of Louisville visited his mother Mrs Virginia Jett on Sunday Dr H S Keller has Bono to Western Kentucky on a hunting tripMiss Katie Thompson has gone to St Louis Mo to visit hor uncle Mr N M Thompson Judge Win Lindsay of Now York City was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Announcement Thanksgiving Sale Childrens Long Coats 500 worth 750 Childrens Waterproof Coats 450 worth 600 Ladies Jackets 450 worth 750 Ladies Tourist Coats 500 Ladies Long Coats 1250 worth 1500 Suit Silk 27 inches 75c reduction 36 inch guaranteed Taffeta Silk 98c worth 125 E I HELNEY Mr O C Konney returned Sun day from a visit to the Worlds FairMr Chast Pomering of Laurel County who has been visiting his parents has returned homo Mr Rolf Utterbnok of Louisville who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mrs Goo F Berry loft Saturday for Now York City to visit hor niece Miss Cornelia Gordon Mr A 1L Finnoll of Shelbyvillo was tho uuost of his brother Mr Edwad Finnoll this week Mr Y1 Elliott of Shelbyvillo was the guest of Mr Edward Finnoll thIs week Judge Malcolm Yeaman of Hen ApI 0 Mr C E Woods of Richmond was in time city a short time on Sunday Prof J Dudley Coleman of Lou isvillo was in tho city yesterday iClpt I T West and wife havo gono Eastern Kentucky to visit relatives IMIAs Belie Giltnor who has boon the guest of hor sister Mrs N M Crutuhor at Duckors returned homo yesterday- Mr David Cline of Kentucky University Lexington was th guest of his aunts Misses Todd West Side this week Miss Frank Innos of Now York City who huts boon visiting hor mother Mrs H B Innos returned homo on Wednesday- Mr J L Grayot and wife o Smithland after a visit to hi reI iMr Goo A Lewis and wife whotbeen guests of tholr brother inlaw Mr 11l Crutchor nttDuukors hav jlfottirnod homoNMiss Vornor Marguerite Magolfln hewn the uo t of Mrs Swt4rodsburgMr Arthur Armstrong wifo andfldaughter of Washington City who i have boon visiting hero fora month returnocl to their homo Saturday Miss Rosalie Merrill of Rich mond Vn who has boon visiting hor sister Mrs D W Liwlsoy Jr returned home Saturday night Mrs W G Abbott and two daugh ters of Georgetown were the Iof her brotherinlaw Mr 114Mrs I who has been the guest of Dr 7 W Gayle and wife wont to Lox ington Wednesdayr f Mm Jus R Watson and grand son Master Weir Til ford who have been guests of her niece Miss Susie r Mayhall have returned home Mr John Davis and wife of = Lakeland who have been guests of yt his parents Col John F Davis and wife havo returned homeJJMiss Madge Burnam and Miss Mi Virginia Chinn who havo boon visiting in Htvrrodsburg have re turned homo Miss Jodio Woitzol and Miss Anttoinette Hutchison who have boon visiting the Worlds Fair havo re turned home Mrs Sarah My n heir of Mt Storrrling after a visit to Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Flo rifle returned homo Capt C C Calhoun of Washingjton City who has been the guest 0 of relatives here has returned house Mr Henry Wright and wife left Thursday for Lovington Ills to visit relatives for the next two weeps Col C E Woods of Richmond Private Secretary to Senator Jas 1B McCroary was in the city on Tuesday leaving that afternoon for JJnwronCOUbrgI teachers and a large delegation of scholars of the city school returned t1ISunday at 12 oclock from St Louis Mo Mrs John W Pugh and sister Miss Maria C Todd of Fountain Green Ills were guests of their sister Mrs S B Holmes this week Misses Ruth Brownie and Hen rietta Roberts and Master Charles d Roberts who have their grandmother Mrs 1VilcoxsonY at Christians have returned home tMr J L Grayot and wife of Smlthland were guests of Mr W F Grayot this week Mr Grayot l is Commonwealths Attorney of his district j Mr George H Allen of Now York City Is making his annual visit to tills city to intend a meet ing of the W A Gaines Co stockholdersMr Howard who has boon veiy ill and who was operated upon at St Josephs Infirmary LouisFville was able to be out on the streets Thursday BIRTHS c SUDDUTH In this county on Wednesday to Mr Sylvester Bud Sudduth Jr and wifo a son Teddy Roosevelt LOST 14On between Main street WAnose glasses with black rims Suit able reward will bo paid for their r return to this ollico t r fllY ltr Irrr tlJ1Ifhillln l tIiii iltllltly b BETWEEN Louisville r AND dhlDD CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST OUNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN TTATION CHICAGO f Dining and Parlor Cars Sleeperf5E BACON P A AIe Cor 4th umUMurkttlSt LoulavUlt = THE CANTEEN QUESTION AGAIN Frankfort Ky Nov 8 ieo1 NavyJoiinmlThoro are statements and claims4 In your editorial TomporaiKo puhli IntomporatoI 22d as a reply to my tobor 17th to the Secretary of War on the Cantonn Question whioh 1must he rnfutod that the truth may prevail among moo All ridiiuilo ol time undersigned indulged in by your journal and nil complimentary references by the army regiftor both of you hay ing the mmo document the Secretary of War litter before you to write from must not be taken into account or replied to I am not vain or foolish enough to believe r or my logic or my wis dom can accomplish anything hence self is withhold altogether You must not contend with Gainos but with truth you shall Let us fear God and give glory to Him onlyThe War Secretary was asked the i question are our officers honestly mistaken in their claims that the canteen is a benefit to morality And arc they right in assorting that drinking whisky and rmoral benefit to the army In your editorial you aver wo have byofficorsreport of the Inspector General of tho Army Let General Burtons exact words from his report be recorded as an answer Ho says In fact the canteen feature is not only a benefit morally but profits derived from tho sale of boer etc i We also record own exact- t words copied frulllyour editorial you say What officers assert and what wo assort with theta and with Bishop Potter etc is that a grave mistake is made by those who declare that tho drink ingof intoxicating liquors is a moral wrong se Then if you beliovr tho drinking is not a moral wrong you must necessarily believe it is morally good for a thing is either con ducive to had or to good The word canteen moans so the army officers say a place whore intoxicating liquor is sold Places where liquor is sold tho world over are called saloons Why is it de sired to invent another name if what it sold therein is a moral benefit to the army and promotes morale health and content of tho soldiersYou also state tho following proposition the victims of water aro far more numerous than the vie thus of wine or boor and there is far greater danger from drinking impure water than thorn is from drinking pure beer or light wine I ask you aro drunkards made from drinking impure water or from drinking intoxicating liquors whisky wine or beer It is writ ton in the word of God Know yo not that neither rhiovos nor ro drU111t1nrds there is any necessary relation between immorality and liquor drink ing If tho answer could como hal to you from the underworld from tho millions Dud millions who strongdrinkIt is written Wino is a mocker strong drink is raging and whoso ever is deceived thereby is not wise Provo 201 In tho article signed Canteen published in your issue of Novem bar 6th that writer tempts mon to drink intoxicating liquors by quot ing certain scripture that ho claims is favorable to it This tempter re veals his true satanic nature by signing his name Canteen and Inotopenly as a man of God would f The temptation of tho Savior in r tho wildel ness over 1800 years ago consisted in the devil urging and misquoting scripture to induce Jesus to commit a wrong or sin- The devil failed in his attempt then as this tempter should now l There is much difference between a Bible description of a thing or I act and a Bible teaching er doc trine of it The two must not be confounded or misused Tho Bible records a groat deal about stealing v and murdering but no one will claim that it teaches the doctrine of those things Tho scripture records how tho Savior forgave the adulteress but no one will claim that it teaches tho doctrine of adul tery To test ones opinion on any Holy Writ to see if tho opinion is right search all other scripture of Gods Word and sue if your opinion harmonizes with it all because all of The Word is true and no script tare must conflict with any other scripture This writer signed Canteen presents as scriptural authority for drinking intoxicants Paul to Tim othy V25 Drink no longer wator but use a little wine for thy stomachs sake timid for thy often infirmities Is not tho truth hero that Paul wanted Timothy who was a sick man or a sickly per son to uso wino as a medicine t 1j l WJ and nothing more Is any ono so depraved as to use that sentence in unciImon to drink intoxicating liquors For It is written Bo not drunk with wino etc it Eph And abstain from all appearance of evil limos 622 And Drunkards shall not inherit tho Kingdom of Heaven Cor 0 limo stone writer Canteen claims that Christ changing water into wine at tho marriage feast sanctions tho use of intoxicating liquors Look at tho scripture and see if tho real intent of time Savior was not to perform his first wonderful miracle to show Gods power and glory in Him that all people seeing or hearing might believe in God and His Son Or is it recorded there to be authority for all future mankind to drink intoxicating liquors For it is also written Wino is a mocker strong drink is raging and whosoever is leeched thereby is not wise And What know ye not that your body is the temple of tho Holy Ghost which is in you Cor 519 And Mr Editor your statement that the teaching of Holy Writ in our opinion that it is in the scheme of divine government to keep mon in the lesser evil when they can not be restrained from evil alto gether is as blasphemous as blasphemy can bo Contemplate the Son of God teaching such a gospel Did He teach that while any evil whatsoever is in you tho Spirit of God is also in you Did He teach tho Holy Ghost would dwell in a body that had tho least bit of sin in it Did Ho not teach the very contrary For it is written Know ye not that ye are the temple of God and that tho Spirit of God dwelleth in you If any many clo filo tho templo of God him God will destroy for the temple of God is holy which temple ye are Cor 810 If then a man can defile his body by drinking intoxicating liquors he should beware with that scrip ture recorded against him The true plan to save men from strong drink and every other evil is Gods plan of them which I referred to in my letter to Secre tary Taft on October 17th It is by bringing about a destruction of tho desire that is in mens hearts to drink And this destruction is accomplished only through tho NJW Covenant which God established andividuals on earth who seek it be lioving This covenant is the Kingdom of God planted in mens hearts and comes from God through the Holy Ghost only It is writ ten that Jesus Christ was tho mes senger of timid is time mediator of the New Covenant It is also writ ten that this same Jesus declared UI must preach the Kingdom of God to other cities for therefore am I sent And that tho Kingdom of God is within you It is further written that The Kingdom of God is righteousness pence and joy in tho Holy Ghost Hence we find that this that He preached almost solely about and said it was what Ho was sent for and that all His parables was about it and is what He taught us to pray for and which Ho was the messenger of and is the mediator of is the Kingdom of God within us or righteousness peace and joy within usl by the Holy Ghost These being within trimlyGodsand minds and inward parts as it is written by tho prophets saying what Gods now and everlasting covenant would bnJf 8181 Mai 5112 Heh 812which has been kept hid by falso prophets for over 1800 years legislatepassage of manmade laws can destroy tho desire in niens hearts for drinking intoxicating liquors but while Gods true sons on earth aro plnnIin their hearts to kill all desire and all other evil they do not want our Government to be acting time part of tho tempter tempting noon by handing out liquor in its hands to the vary people being preached to And when tho people of a State or notion or a goodly number thereof have this Kingdom of God planted in their hearts all officers chosen to administer governments will ho moo who likewise have received from God tho new covenant and then of a certainty that gov ernment will not bo acting tho tempter to the very people who give it existence Respectfully NOEL GAINES Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat f t i eSltif ssR7elOiilar saG MARRIED TRIPLET NOLAN In this city on Wednesday Mr Win N Triplott and Miss Mary Alice No Inn ware married by Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church COLE IANROBINSON A n nouncomenfc is made of time ap proaching marriage of Prof J Colenmu of Louisville but formerly principal of time City High School and Miss Carrie Clinton Robinson of McAfuo Mercer county which is to occur at New Providence Church at 2 p in December 27 Miss Robinson is said to bo a charming cultivated and refined young lady a favorite with all who know her She is a relative of Miss 11 Lockott Smith Mr Coleman is too well known here for us to more than say that Frankfort never hadu purer more upright and honorable gen tleman in her midst He is the junior member of the Coleman Bros Clothing Co Louisville- Ve tender our warmest congrat ulations in advance CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed y fATSignature of- ASCENSION Cfro ft f X EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO BE- REOPINED The improvements on Ascen sion Episcopal Church Washing ton St having been completed that place of worshipwill be opened again tomorrow Sunday November 20 The special service for the occa sion will be at 11 a m The program of music is as follows Processional Hymn No 209 HnydnVeuiteGlorias after Psalter Dank Te Doom in G major Corbin Beuedictus No 47 Hymn582 Go Labor On Calkins Offertory Solo- Presentation Laudato Deo Recessional Hymn 510 Barrington The choir will be assisted by friends from other choirs all under the direction of Mr R V Stratton Choirmaster The other services of the day will be a service of Holy Communion at 780 a m and evening prayer and sermon at 780 p in DELIVERED ADDRESS Mr Chins N Whnnlan lecturer for the Woodmen of tho World de livered a lecture at tho Courthouse on Thursday night in the interest of that order- ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS Wo want ro hey 100000 bushels of wheat for whioh wo will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sucks Call or address HOGE COAl AND FEED CO KyBothJuly 23 tf FORTY HOURS DEVOTION A season of forty hours devotion commenced at the Church of rho Good Shopherd on Tuesday morn ing at 9 oclock and concluded at 0 oclock on Thursday morning Largo crowds attended at each stir vice DO IT TODAY lime time worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the torso aolrvice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with whioh you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable rumody roniedybewhich hIS been in uso for over thirtylive years A few loses of it will undoubtedly relieve r cough or cold timid its oontiillled11- uso for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deopi seated tur oven if dread yourlungseffect a coreas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless eases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigstB lyr j4 t r t ti afltDS KSLLvHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS IINeCNSU Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK P IISIv ALL KENTUCKY WATCHING- AT THE BEDSIDE JIBE STRICKENSON OFI It is with a sad heart that wo announce that Col W C P Brock inridge the silvertongued orator statesman and lawyer of Lexing ton lies at the point of death from several strokes of apoplexy Time strokes came upon him while at his desk in his office on Wednesday lastCol Brookinridgo had just recov ered from a similar attack of a month ago and was greatly reduced in strength While Col Brockinridgo has his faults as who of us has not there is no question but that his groat warm heart was as noble a one as ever beat in mans bosom In all his career ho has ever been noted for his gentleness and kind ness to all from the highest to the lONVOSt There is no question of the fact that he is tho peer of any living man in Kentucky in ability learn- Ing and eloquence as a lawyer and allaround statesman We earnestly hope that his useful yearstoas to tho outcome of these strokes RESUMED OPERATIONS The old town clock after a rest of several weeks resumed opera ting on Thursday night and struck nil right at 9 oclock and has been at work since thou How long thisI will continue is unknown high time that some one was placed in charge of this time piece that eau keep it going correctly AllNight PrescriptionService There is not an hour of the twentyfour but that prescriptions can be filled hero and our night service is of the saute high grade as that furnished during the lay Emergencies are apt to arise in every fun ily when it becomes neces sary to get a prescription filled after the stores are closed At such a time we want you to take ad vantage of our allnight service Xo increased cost for the accommodation Our prescription chargts are ahvavs reasonable Tho GayIB firlig Stares A STARTLING TEST To save a life Dr T G Morritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful euro He writes a patient was attacked with violent homoi rhagos caused by ulceration of tho stomach I had often found Elec tric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so pro galncdflOl11attack in 14 months Electric Bitters aro positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti Tryhem 4 DAILY EXCURSIONS t TOLEDOrtTo DETROIT T j St Clair Flats Port Huron Bg the Magnificent Steamers of the y Leaving foot o f Madison Street atyafter arrival of morning trams Returning arrive Week DaysS3o oop to unlimited round trip Siji ExcursIons to Detroit and rrturn week Days Sundays 75C To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 300 fumeals and berth extra Special Rate 1o Socittiej Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or writem0 rrgr 0 et4 DEATHS s HULETTE In this county on Saturday morning Mr Leonard Hulette son of Mr Ezra Hulette aged years of quick consump tion Mr Hulette was a fine young man loved by all who know him Dr Wearers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ernptiMU DELIGHTFU ENTERTAIN MENT The music recital given by the choir of the First Presbyterian Church last night was a delightful a flair The choir were assisted by some of our best local musical talent and their work was well done and greatly enjoyed by the audience Wn hope a comfortable sum was realized w KINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR 1 The Kings Daughters hold theirI Cupitaloclock noon until 10 oclock that mmitlitdThey had everything nice and dainty and wore well patronized 1ableGood dwelling large tobacco barn SxDO also good tenement house nnd nil other necessary outbuildings situated 3f miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW TINS on the premises oc223m A SURE THING It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes but that is KingsNewthroattrouhleofSlwpllArcilownhad a severe case of Bronchitis Iheiudliseovorythen Vimoopingneighsumption Try it Its guaranteed freeRegINTEIUHIJAN SYSTEM Cars limn Lexington for Pari every hour from la nL to 7 p in Puntform to S p m und 10 p m Cars leave for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at ioolgetownforat 8 and 10 p m oxprossaliILeavesGeorgetown LeavesParisFreight ratter also special rates andtlwntorand family tickets can be hate on application at tho companys office 404 West Main street East Ten ness o phone 510 Homo phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf t t I l THeFianKfoitfioiuulaDoiit m Entered at the nostolllce at Frimltfort Ken lucky ns secondclass inailable smatter r GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 19 1904 f GOVERNORS PROCAMATTOX Tlio following is tho Governors Thanksgiving Day Proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department Fol lowing tht action of till President of tho United States r fix Thursday No vember 24 as a day for than ItsJ ing and prayer throughout tlio Common wealth of Kentucky I R 1request that upon that day all of our people shall refrain from their business and worldly cares mend by ffcharltablo and religious deeds show f to Almighty God t for His many blessings and bounties to us Tn testimony thereof I have here unto set my hand and caued the great seal of tho Commonwealth to be hereunto alllxed Done at o Frankfort this 14th day of Novem itbor 1004 and in the 113th year of Commonwealth By the Governor J C W BECKHAM r B V McCHESNEY Secretary of State GOOD MAN GONE We rp ort to learn that Judge L H Parrish former county judge of Wood ford county and Democratic nominee for Sheirff of the noxt election died at his homo in Versailles on Wednesday aged 79 years of pneumonia Judge Parirsh was a good man and made an efficient and upright judge fair and just to all He never countenanced any political rascality in any shape Ho was a devout Christian and licensed preacher of the Christian Church THANKS We have been placed under obli gations to Mrs Millard F Semones r for a sack of delightful and bcauti nil apples Mrs Semones has been very nice to us this fall in the way of sup plying ns with fruit for which we are very grateful IProverbSU When the butter wont f come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy 3proverb It often seems to 1work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried i because the children do not l gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion thetmilk because it works and because there is something ifastonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsIChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be- causeI it is so perfectlyadapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion 1 is the most satisfactory treatment We will send the penny J youI sample free Be j that thto picture IIIthe form a label on wrapper of every bottle Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y and 100 all druggists ExcessOf SmoKing Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit UpI To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect upon the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleepinjon the lett side and smothering when the sufferer has to tit up in bed to breathe arc the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who icel these symptoms andwho do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with bathing etc I faithfully followed the directions givens nd am pleased to say that my cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so nervous 1 could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my case can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELIJAHHALlAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE MOST POPULAR SUN DAYSCHOOL GATHERING IN THE SOUTH Tho Pastors Sundayschool Ir stitute hold in December of each year in Louisville is the most pop ular meeting of its kind in the South if n t in America Though it is purely a Stato issue there are ton or twelve States represented ouch year It is a rare thIng that so mutiny noted Sundayschool ex ports are gotten together as at those Institutes If the Sundayschool workers of our State could realize what an opportunity they have we would have such an outpouring that no house could hold thorn limo third of these Institutes is to bo held in Louisville December iin 1904 Program and full particulars cnn be had from E A Fox Louisville Ky THANKS Mr Jas F Meek of St Louis Mo hut a former Frankfort boy who is now traveling in Italy huts placed us under obligations for sonic bountiful views of different places and mutiny fine buildings in Rome n nd adjacent points Ho will please accept our thanks STAMPING GROU MrT W Duvall has returned from Martlnsville Ind Mrs Ferguson is still very sick Little Miss Cornelia Duvall laughter of Mr R L Thomnson is down with scarlet fever Mrs Helen M Lindsay and son Hon of Warsaw are guests of rela tives here We had a slight rain on Wednes day ltd Thursday which some what relieved the drouth Yore is sully needed The colored fraternity indulged SundayESmith whom he charged with breaking into his house on Satur day night Taylor missed Smith and hit Mr Tom Davidson a white man in tho arm Taylor was arrested Our farmers have about cribbed all their corn Some hogs have been killed mild hog and hominy are being enjoyed UNO LETTER LIST Tho following is a list of adver tised letters for tho wook ending November 19 1501 Allison MKs Nannie li 3 Clarke 1 R Cowherd Miss Minnie Ewens Mss Mary iertion Linday Gilmore Ethel 2 Halrison Ed Hollern John tally M Nolan W C Page Miss Annie Ji Scott Frank P Shnlton Mil Wade Archie Wedding R Persons calling for time above Jot ters will ploaso soy advertised E M DRANE P M JtJJ 1t1 fiJy THE DARLING OF THE GODS One of tho most important feat ures in connection with tho Worlds Fair at St Louis has developed in tho remarkable run of Blanche Hates in David JJelascos production of Tho Darling of the GoclsI at the Imperial Theatre city 2 Shut out of St Louis by tho Theatrical Syndicate Relaseo was at a loss to discover some moans of overcoming time Monay Masters of tho dramatic world The two high class theatres of St Louis are com trollod by tho Syndicate and timer fore lelasco productions can not play homolho other houses accustomed to cheaper shows and could not handle tho immense scenery and electrical apparatus of The Darling of tho Gods It scorned under the circumstances that Holasco would bo ofloottmlly barred out of St Louis Undaunted by those obstacles Bolasco booked between four and five months time for Tho Darling of the Gods in St Louis at the Imperial Theatre which had been accustomed to playing popular priced melodrama and musical farcesA of men was sent from the Belasco Theatre in New York and every stick of scenery ovory bit of paraphernalia belonging to the Im perial Theatre was stored and with a cleared stage they began to bring in the production of rile Darling of the Gods After five hours of hauling it was found that the stage could not ac commodate tho whole production and in order to give n complete performance it was necessary to use all the scenery To surmount this diflioulty Mr Belasco leased a vacant lot opposite the stage entrance of the theatre and erected a storehouse in which tho overflow of scenery was kept and for every performance it is carried back and forth by a force of stage hands engaged for this purpose When the recordbreaking engagement was originally announced the Theatrical Syndicate had a laugh They claimed it was imf possible for any dramatic star oven one who had achieved tho eminent position now occupied by Miss Bates to play approximately 150 consecutive performances in a city like St Loci They pointed out that tho longest St Louis run on record by a strictly high class production had been limited to three weeks and they added that it took BenHur to do this BenHnr replied Mr Belnsco is a dramatization of a popular novel which people like to see once I have a legitimate dramatic pro duction and a company of finished actors 1 may be wrong in believ ing wo can play loO performances in St Louis but I gum willing to take a chance Miss Bates is a great actress and I think people will go to see her several times The event has proved that Belas cos judgment was correct On Wednesday evening October 20 Miss Hates played her 100th consecutive St Louis performance of limo Darling of the Gods and in cluding that performance the gross receipts of the play has totalized over 188 000 On Saturday oven ing November la Mss Bates had played including matinees 120 straight performances in St Louis and Tho Darling of the Gods is still playing to undiminished houses while the other productions which attempted long Worlds Fair runs have either closed or are pre paring to close in the near future This engagement is unprece dented in theatrical annals Never in the United States outside of Now York with its 550000UO inhab itants and transient population of 500000 has a single dramatic star in one play attained a consecutive run of 150 performances It Jq a Rtrlklnir proof of Beloscos repente contention that the Amer ican public is fairminded anti will ever hu loyal to an artistic tlieal rical porfoimnneo CA S WJI 0Ja aADears theihoSignature JI fIJZof JOSJ On Sunday between Main street and time residence of Mr Goo A Lewis Second street a pair of nose glasses with black rims Suit able reward will bo paid for their return to this ofllcc iIi tl it t iX tijJ t J Pleasant to take I Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION t Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LfLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEY NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO raMT tk T Glaze You- rWil1dows riyi Arya4l I have an immense stock of GI ASSall tiles and can interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etcz= LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 4LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DnlyEx tA M A11IIA M PMLeave Ar 1110j 745 Lexington 0 II 005 t 825 Winchester 520 40G Clay City 483 023 Stanton 8 480v435 U54 Natural Bridge fI 401 440 Torrent tWtI 8tiJunction 820 Jt015 1130 91Jaelthon 225 W I andlocal1fllv for HBnH ltIo Trains NoolI and a connect with tho 0 8 O Ily at L E Junction for t Mt Sterling and local htation J II BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager O P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAIL VA YINo No No 33 No DuilzJl Mis A M Lye P M Lvol IA M Ar PMAr II Jackson 330h1 o 0rO K Junction 110 I y 830 152 Hampton Wilhurst 417 1162 to 10I 17M 18 Lou Jlt 510 1258 74 12 Holechawa 518 i1I IOj Cannel City 645 1245 Nos and will inalco close connection at O K Junction with Nos and for pointy on tho Lexington Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent k jfti i1 t CIVIL LEAGUERULES J1REE PLANTING FORI The Knnsns City Mo Roma f Work buss just issued now sot f rules and ppfniifioiitions for trees to bo planted in ilio city They Imo heon prepared by City Forester lijitslwn and contain the following ulauses which may bo studied with value by any one who Is about to plant out First The troeRItwo and exceed three of stem one foot from ground Second Tho stem shall bo straight of perfect circular form and free from injuries or blemishes of any Idn- dfhllllLho stew of each tree shall bo without branches seven and onehalf feet from tho ground und tho first brnnuh to ho not over nine feet from the ground Fourth Tho ends of the roots shall ho cut smooth with a sharp instrument and out hack of all lacerations bruises nnd splits and when so prepared for planting the leading or main roots shall each inoasuiH not lessthnn one anti one half feet from the stem of tIe tree Tho roots shall bo kept moist and continuously protected from the sun nnd wind from tho moment they are taken from tho ground until tho tree is replanted FlfthA square opening or pit shall ho excnvatod not less thnn four feet in diameter and two foot deep and the dirt in the bottom of this pit shall bo dug up or loosened to the depth of not less than eight inches Whore the troewny is too narrow to admit of tho pit being lour feet wile the difference in r area shall be made up in the nddi tional length of the same This pit so prepared shall be filled with black lonm to the necessary height for the setting of the tree SixthIn planting the tree the roots roust not be hunched nor shall one root touch another but each root shall be carefully placed in its natural position and covered with mellow black loam After the crown of the roots is securely covered with this black loam which shall be unmixed with any other soil or substance tho pit shall be Hooded with water n reasonable time shall be given the dirt to set tle thon tho pit shall bo filled to grade with tho same quality of pure black loam Each troo shall bo set plumb pnd in line and so main tained Finally the handling of the trees and platting of tho same shall bo done in a careful pains taking manner Seventh Tho trees shall bo mulched with stable litter or straw or hay of a uniform thickness when pressed down of WIt less than throe nor moro than four in olios Tho mulching to extend over the space of five feet square and in no in stance shall this layer of mule touch the stem of the troo nor shall weeds or grass bo allowed to grow within this space In order to protect tho bark and wood of tliH tree front injury blistering and decay caused by sun burning the stem shall bo wrapped with straw rope from the ground to tho rst limb and continued until he growth of branches and foliage furnish the natural protection to Jfthe same- 9OOTO REiHICAGOaAND Monou Route Account Live Stock Exposition mho Motion Ron to will sell round trip tickets to the general public from Louisville to Chicago at SUO on November 27th 28th and th also to exhibitors holding cortUl Skinlug till December nth account International Live Stock Exposition Two elegant dally trains of finest equipment front Louisville via Mo non Route leaving Union Station 7H5 a m and 821 p in For parlor ear or Pullman sleeper reservations address K H liauon D 11 A Monon Route Louisville Ky Southern Railway SkyIMR GEO B ALLEN Aftpsitiint General Passenger Agent Sit Louis Mo O H HUNGERFORD District Iaascngcr Agent Louisville Ky r t rt IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered bv tho Henderson Routo Between Louisville auf St Louis Commencing Sunday Juno nth lien tuukys popular lint the Hen derson Unlit will inaugurate a nafo and Fast Day service between Lou isville and Sr Louis in each direc tion nnd will improve the time und equipment generally of all trains between these points Throe holy trains will he operated in each Ifreetion on tho following safe schedules between Louisville nile St Louis Leave Louisville HHO n m SX p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p 720 a m and i1O p m The equipment is brand now just from the shops of tho most mod ern vestibule pattein and is as fine as on tiny train operating in or out of Kentucky Tho 880 a m train through without change of cars will bo composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars anti High back sent passenger coaches The 900 p m train through without change of oars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger conches Tho Dining Cars on day trains will servo meals n la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in tho Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station SttLouis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask time agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will have them in stock and will be glad to wayYou in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Oflicial Route for Kontuckians Frankfort Wciati fig The Midland Monte Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 fiMiA Ml DAILY EXCEL T AailPMtfo84No82 SUNDAY No81Nob3 2P f Lv DFrankfort Ar1 D25 720 206 658 Summit II 211 T Elkhorn 219 712 Switzer 1103 0 229 722- J30 Stamping Ground 1153 7CS DuvalL 241 2M7 Johnson 110 6 33 7J5 Georgetown 35 2 C S Depot J 6 269 Newtown h 0 0- 7M6S98 07 Centerville Bll 8051 Elizabeth 665 Paris Tunctn 82ii45 8 Ar Paris f V80 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q AO KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEOKOETOWN P st 10511 IA MPM 200 Frnnkfort Ar 1157208 W 7 47ILv Georgetown Arl 025 Cincinnati Lv 8 aol 400 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS P lf P 00 Lv Frankforii Ar 712 Lv Georgetown Ar b Lv Parts Ar 6 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv y65 KENTUCKY CENTRAL It R POINTS L FrurkfortA11 2720P J7P Cj45A A Georgetown L 80A G25P P 8 80A A Ports L DA542P lAI245PM2OAII5P60IlPCoach Excursion tickets good every tiny except Friday and Satur day GKO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Prey and Genl Supt lit P A 00 C 0 TD1U TAKLK SUUTR 021 IN P t Lexington S 162i UOi 61 helJf lIe 71 it Lonlsvlllp II100 5nf IioNOHln P U Louisville 811tStielnjvllo 928 7M- 10lbFrankfort 740 A Lexington U15IwN QUICK ARREST J A Gullodge of Vorhona Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing L4 tu mors After doctors and all roino dios failed Buoklons Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25o at all druggists GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Lou- isI 9 BJtaendersnn QiIt THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free RecliningChair OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS TO ST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY New Fast Train T- OColorado ANTHEiPACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The now trains will leave St Louis n pointsIThrough sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale IFor further information call on or address R T O MATTHEWS- Trav Pass Alt Louisville Ky- H 0 TOWNSEND- Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIR ST LOUIS 1104 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Queen Crescent Route and Cincinnati p Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ten lays on 00day and 15 lay tickets Rates from Frankfort iOday tickets 11285- 15day tickets 1105 Coach excursion tickets830Co- nch excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week No stopover privileges allowed on coach excursion tickets Three routes available from Cin cinnati e Jialthnoro Ohio South western R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago C St Louis Ry and Chicago Hamilton Dayton Ry Convenient schedules ueuessarythroughSleeping car reservations secured if advised- S E HUTTON td CJenoral Passenger Agent ttr tmlyH rmtttiffoii Iovdevn an isifc whit e lioro needs vflun in bat luitufion Tonic blood purifier alit oviuhuge They are not food bu medicine and tho best in use to put 5 horse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCoi nto Gayle iONE OF MANY IH A Tisdale of Summortown S C so tiered for twenty yoais with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used lint rtlinf amid permanent good was found only in tho use of DoWitts Witch Hael Salvo This is only ono of tho many many cures tha wtonderISalvo it is only necessary to se that you gut tho genuine DeWitts mado by E C DoWitt Co in Chicago and a euro is oortain DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cures nil kinds of piles cuts burns bruises ocoma totter ringworm skin diseases etc Sold bJ W Gayle DaxCt3saaix3u ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Control R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central IL H to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago und Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis Iud Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a m leave Saturday iM0 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn JIg Roundtrip and oneway loItin on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central nnd South America West Indies and Europe concisely sot forth in a special folder issued by tho Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans under the auspices of RaymondtSc Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans Entire trips male in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWodnesNEW ORLEANS- A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service mold fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars bulretlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- UULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican tin 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 bulletlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and time hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health und pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Con tral or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W H Alt LOW D P A Louisville- A J MoDOUGALL D P A New Orleans- A H HANSON G P Chicago JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis 2600ROUND TRIP Via Queen it Crescent Route Nov LLM 1001- Between Lexington Ky nnd New Orleans San Antonio Galveston Houston Ft Worth Dallas beaumont and Snreve port Tickets good 21 days from date of sale with privilege of stopover For infonmition call at ticket ok lice 111 Eilitill St Lexington or address K N Aiken T 1 A Lexington Ky lJiiOisCentral Seventh F River Louisville No Memphis N O Itd No ntArrives n p m 1Leuuw Local Mail No li2 inepoints Connection to and front Elizabeth town HollII1Ul and llopkinsvillc except no Sunday service to Eliabethtown Hodgen ville Stops at till stations Xo Accommodation XCtJLeaves 480 p m Arrives Central City Connecting service to onIAll Trains Run Dally W jv WORLDS FAIR SHORT LINE i SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the lOHLDSftlR i Look at the schedulesr dallyArriveSolid through train fromLouis villo with Observation Parlor and rJJOIwnSolid through train from Louiscville with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to time Worlds Fair Grounds Low excursion rates will be an nounced soon LexingtonAgentLoxingtonO H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 231 Fourth Ave KyG Assistant General Passenger Apron St Louis Mo THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION 1 CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour Irom 8 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single fare 40 centsLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20t- fSOIITIIERNRA1LWAY St JjouisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 No No am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lnwrenceburg 955 020 085 Versailles 1010 042 954 1020BurginGeorgetown 1150 740 No No No6 lull p m a in Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 I exintton 605 445 780 Versailles 025 512 755 Lawrenceburij 6M3 540 820 Shelbyville 720 020 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains No 5 anti 0 Through Obser vntion chair car between Louisville Harroda burg nod Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the 4sleepingKnoxville and Morristwvn Tcnn Train leaving Louisville 790 n in and arriv Inc Louisville a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Loul LouieSt s No I No2 mArPrinceton 100 pm 145 amSt Louis 030 pm 1 82a m No8 No 1wv1ArLouisville Ip amm1 713 a m No No Lv Louisville 00i p m 850 a m Ar Huntinghurg850 pm 1145 amEvansvillo 1025 pm 130 pm No 9 No Lv Evansville Iioo n m 115 p Ar Huntiniiburg n m 250 m Ar Louisvillo ll59a mi 545 Pdl betweenLouisvilleTrains Nos and run solid btween Louis vlilo and Evansville carrying Chair Cara- Trains Nos carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis vile Day trains between Louisville had St Louis cnrr Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville amlSt Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room sleeping Cars with buffet service applytoH R Spencer S H Hnnlwlck GB Allen G PA 50 YEARS EXPERIENCEr TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone vending a sketch nnd description may anInollllontlonantrlctlyconUUentlal on extents patentsIntcntatptclal notice without chnrco In tho Scientific flnwicanA handsomely Illustrated wcikljr Inrcciit clr culatlon of any sclcntlUo journal Terms tcar four months Sold all YorkBranch f l ti ii l 11 r S iII wT ElR 14 E R== Suits and CloaksIrltComes From INVESTMENTDress GoodsWhether you go away or stay at dresswillOur Garment Department will take finished by Thanksgiving so come nowThis week we to notice a series cf the strongSpecial part in helping you in thISet possible values in Thanksgiving Linens Every yard of lhanklvJ11geRtlval Sale with a num these goods is guaranteed perfect thoy are the old fashioned and see the good things wo are offering ber of values for the woven kind and our cash and 25week15 cult to duplicate elsewhere If you need new linens nil 50cworth25 GrrtoCLOAKS Specials at 5 10 and 15 Mill Ends Table Linen 2 to 8 yds long 100 to 150L lot stylish new Mannish Mixtures at on cannot fiord to miss these grand Napkins special values fit 75c 100 and 150 specials Linen Coths to 5 prices that it will pay you to see L For the Roundabout IN BEHALF OF THE TEACHER I think it is time for the teachers to pnss some resolutions in regard to payIteacher in the State of Kentucky should close their schools until they get pay for the time that they have taught I i dont believe tint they should have to wait so long for their money Whenever a teacher presents Ms certificate of time his money is due then and if the treasury fails to a at that time the teacher is entitled to draw interest on his money and could be collected according to lawJThey have no right to use the purposeThethat they should get If the school fund was all used for the benefit of the schools we could have nine or F ten months schools and pay the teachers well too I wonder if the teachers of Franklin county know how munch money goes into the treasury for schools T will give sourcesIfThere is lrf27000 6 per cent from the bonds of the Commonwealth 78000 Iran dividends on bank stock 881 950 0 per cent from surplus due counties 64103 0 per omit from United States of HUH an annual tax of 22 cents per 100 of taxable property and a proportional amount of fines etc This is the school fund of Kentucky I would just like to know what goes with all that getJtIState or United States and pets the smallest salary of any of the times the teacher is censured for not doing the work they should do hut I expect they nil do more work than they get pay forThe idea of their having to wait three or four months for their pay of them owe money and are interest on it hut still they out of their money all this tSome There is nothing fair nor ahout It If I were the teach would meet every week and resolutions No pay no work until they get their pay when due The laws of Kentucky are so cor tupt or rather the people that there is nothing fair nor honest about them The laws are all right if they were enforced The people goodlawsfar less lawabiding citizens than those that ate supposed to live under them If any one will show mo one ItofUccr in the State that abides by I will show them ninety nine out of every hundred that do r not What is the use to have laws if they are not enforced For in stance look at the elections how- they are conducted Mon buy and sell their votes just like they would a horse No doubt that whore the teachers moony has gone for doe 1 againstthet zare they not punished Because 1 the ones that buy are just as guilty as the ones that sell and every iomcr would be punished Do wo want that kind of men in office No A thousand times no G N AGAIN ELECTED A BISHOP The Diocesan Convention of the Louisville Diocese Episcopal I Church on Wednesday night Edward4Cthe Bishop of that Diocese to suc the lamented Bishop Thos Dr Woodcock makes UI person elected to this lc6edthe others declining tho honorI Dr Weavers Syrup the blood Cerate ointment for r i jW14dFJIt 4t CHAMPIONI The Kentucky State College and Kentucky University foot ball teams will havo a groat game of foot bull on the State College grounds on Thanksgiving Day next Thursday to decide the championship question Both teams have been training hard for some time and have their best men in lineIIt is thought that all the unpleasantness of last year will be avoided by reason of the fact that the lists of players have heon submitted to the Athletic Association in ad- Vance so that no professional ringers can be put in the game It is expected that quite a num- her of people will go from this city to witness the game The State College boys say they will sure winand heres wish ing them luck IMAJ YOUNG + AGAIN IJifeID H Turner of Dompsoytown Pa Theyre the host in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all druggistsI IDr weavers treatment for blood and skin dlecwe IREAD THIS IThe election of President Roosevelt recalls the fact that ho is the only man who has sat in the Chief Executives chari who has received members ofn theatrical company at the White House Although Mr Roosevelt is a patron of the drama ho hits found his time so much occupied since holding oflice that he has had little time to attend tho theatreArthur C Pell the musical con ductor of The Burgomaster husIany Chief Executive of this nation and it wits Roosevelt who consented to receive this party in June of this year Mr Pell was musical director for tho company which was presenting The Wed TheIntrAure of meeting every Chief Executive of the nation from the time he first voted He therefore determined that he would like to meet the plait whose administra tion was endorsed on November 8 Through personal friendship with B F Barnes Assistant Secretary of the President he managed to gain an audience Each one of the actors and actresses was pro vided with a note of introduction by Mr Pell und the entire party numbering fortyfive people went to the White House on June 10 The party was received in the Presidents office and ouch one was accorded the pleasure of shaking him by the hand Pell states that the grip of tho Chief itIc3 lfgenuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day i rirJ RESULT OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Tho following is the result of the Democratic primary held on Tues day as far as known up to the hour of our goinc to press- REPRESENTATIVE L F Johnson 1510 E H Taylor Jr 1583 Johnsons majority 7 SHERIFF- R C Hieatt 1818 Lee Buckley 1228- J C McDonald 501 Harrison Shaw 253 Hieatts plurality uu COUNTY JUDGE J H Polsgrove 2252 G B Thomson SOS Polsgroves majority 1884 COUNTY ATTORNEY Frank H Dailey 1288 W C Marshall 1244 Dailey s majority 44 Five procints not reported in this race COUNTY CLERK N B Smith 176t Crawford Leo 1407 Smiths majority 298 JAILER M B Lucas 553 J W Bridges 549 J Dan Moore 4fifl S W Howell 429 L T Rogers 412 R L Crutchor 408 W T Sacra T B Leltch 206I Jay Robinson Lucas plurality 4 ASSESSOR- W H Hawkins 1189 W T Moore 8S8 Coleman Carr 507 David Sparrow 45 Hawkins plurality 820 SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS E R Jones 1H17 Mrs L D Roberts 10H8 Jones majority 784 CORONER L S Graham 1520 J R Thomson 890 Grahams majority 030 The results in the various magis terial districts for magistrate and constable aro not mndo public yet Quostioned ICASiTOR = A Bears the Athe READ IT Messrs F J Heeney have an advertisement in todays paper They have a fullundchoice stock of dry goods and no tions Read thoir advertisement Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky late b r Place a cone of ice cream on a MaltWheattI Biscuit and cover with fresh strawberries If berJries are out of season pour any fruit juice Biscuit before putting on the ice cre- amMALTWHEAT j BISCUITrFOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME i are a scientifically prepared composition of granu lated cereals malted thrice cooked and sterilized byIourspecial patented process delicateenough to tempt the appetite of an invalid and substantial enough for a working man Can be prepared in a different way for every day in the yearrecipes in every package 1 15 CENTS MEALS 15 ASTRONGCOMBINA11ONK 1 THE 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AND THE JS LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALD Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe nor telegraph service embracing the entire worldcorrespondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russia and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher 11 The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky OURMOTTOPR DES HIGH LOW 1 We menu just what we snylllgh Quality Low Prices Some people think that n good article can not bo hud for n low pricei that if they pity n good price they are always euro of a good article j That is wrong Sometimes merchants cut the prices on excellent goods be low cot jest to get people into tho store thoy lose money to make trade That is the case when wo offer Olcnmore Whisky nt 200 per gallon JOHN 216 St Iik4 Clair DRISCOLLIKSV l 4i 1 AJI 0 L lMLII I I 5Ei JOH1NSOIN COMPANY I Vish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will spin a IroooUDIBS Making Department Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston We tnke 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 COMAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY i T RELIGI0U5 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hev M B Adams the pastor will prenoh nt 11n m and 730 p in Morning subject How to Worship GUll in the Sabbath Assem bly Evening RubjectA Gront Tem perance Snrmon 2600 Years Ago These will bo tho first two of a series of six sermons on vital Sundayschool at 045 a in in the Home Department nnd Bible JlnssTaught by S Hutton Su perintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baraoa Bible Class at 045 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 680 p m Leader Cecil Farmer Topic How To Express Our Thanks To Go- dPrayermeeting It Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Kev A B Oliinn roc toi Sunday November 20 Preaching at 11n m and 780 p m Holy Communion at 780 a m Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a in- Evening prayer and sermon at 7 80 p m Wednesday 730 p m Prayer service Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev M Jollorson of Lexington tjS preach at 11 a in and 780 p m 8choolnt 980 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Lender Miss Mary Todd Niool TopicHow To Express Our Thanks To Go- dPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel Topic Gratitude as a Spasm and as a HabitsThe Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at I oclock in the chapel Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN HURCHRov Win Crowe the iPastor being at Ploasureville hold ing a protracted mooting Rev W B Gray of Eminence will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mISundayschool at Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night 4at 7H p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC ncHnov1 Futt3r Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m pe 1 Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYrERIANC- HUIICHRev J McClusky Blay ney D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m und iBO p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 645 p All the young people invited Prayermooting Wednesday night at 730 Pim The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rov J O A Vaught the pastor will k preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 045 a m Junior League at 8 p m t Senior League at 7 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend f itl M Vl k i AVi U FORIfOJiELKHORN Election passed off very quietly in our village Miss May Holton leaves next week for Shelbyville where she will visit Mr John Holton and wifeMiss Carrie Brock and brother Mr George have returned home after an extensive trip West and to the Worlds Fair The Kings Daughters Circle at this place gave a burgoo election day Amount cleared was 1840 Mr Walter Jeffers has organized a branch Y M C A at Kings Daughters Cottage Wo hope they will be very successful as its a fine organization for the young men Miss Lillith Spicer of Lexington who has been in our village for several weeks was called home by the illness of her Miss Etna fntherI this weekIhonor of the young people nnd visitors at this place Each member can invite her friends We anticipate a lovely evening Miss Nan Fenuell of Cynthi ana will arrive next week and be the guest of Miss Carrie Brook Mrs Eliza Branham and Mr Jim Hockensmith of Macon City Mo have returned home after a AlbertIHUCkellsltlitllS A KID DeWitts ffiSffi Salve For Piles Burns Sores A DANGEROUS DESCENT toolhardr UndertakiMff of Two Da lag Workmen on tko Mail Jara IIrldge 1ti Reckless daring is so often displayed by workmen whose daily labors plea them in positions of danger that thoaa who have to deal with them are aston ished at no feat of bravado Mr Frank Skinner gives in McClures Magazine 1an instance of this daring on the part replacingtheIt happened that so man valuable tools were dropped from the bridge that some of the more careless losers were discharged Consequently when one day a man dropped a wrench 200 feet to the waters edge he foolishly started to recover it by descending handover hand on a steeply inclined thin wire cable nearly 500 feet long lie had no sooner started on his in sane exploit than a rival out of sheer bravado essayed to descend an adjacent rope After going a few feet they both realized the almost impossi ble nature of the journey they had un dertnken and tried to return It could not be done and the only chance of safety lay in continuing their descent companionsdure the Increasing strain of that long passage downward The foreman shouted instructions interspersed with violent abuse the object of which was to divert them from the fright that added to their danger By what seemed almost a miracle both men held on until they had crossed the water Then one of them dropped safely into a tree top The other finally gave out and fell a con siderable distance to the ground Both however escaped practically unhurt i jt M A e ii THE RIGHT TALK God bless the Kentucky of Appeals It has sounded the key note of better things politically and better things than politics for Kentucky Democratic by a big majority this court a at present constituted has stamped itself an honest body an upright tribunal the hope and salvation of a free peopleagainsd- ishonest t politicians We of all people get no pleasure out of the defeat in a court house of a Democrat by a Repub lican when both are honest und both desire only u just decision But when either contestants cause is dishonest and rottenly so then to Hades with politics and political ties and up with the bright banner of Democratic judges bravo enough and honest enough to say so The Court of Appeals decision in the Sweeney ease a few days ago was just Its decision Wednesday in the BradburnGalloway Circuit Jiuge ship contest was an inspiration the work of a tribunal that is the hope and expectancy of honest lawabiding Kentuckians Again we say bless the Court of Appeals and bless Judge T P Hobson who in the midst of a politico race for reelection had the cour age and the honesty to himself write the opinion in the case cited Heres hoping that every Demo cratic yea and every Republican friend of honest government it this appellate district will see it that Judge Hobson is nominated and returned to the bench which ho and his associates honor Shelby Record SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodoli Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this remedy cures all stomach famousI cleansing purifying strengthening the mucous lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles only S 100 Size holding times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by B DeWitt Chicago For saio by J W Gayle druggist rX Ij HAD A VALUABLE REPUTATION Fame a a Liar Make a Nevrapapcv HttYou have gained a great reputa tion as a liar said the editor to the Yorke5Yea sir I realize that but I cant help it My reputation is the product of a great memory Indeed 1 Yes sir I remember everything I see or hear while my companions for get it The result is that they dispute my stories and the majority being against me I am convicted of falsehood Give me an example said the ed 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cigar which contain many things besides lea tobacco but nobody would bothei cigarsIare so thickveined nnd peculiarly shaped that they would not roll uj with the tobacco leaf nnd if they die would make lumps on the cigar like the humps on a camel A cabbage is a vile smelling thing when it is dried and burned and the smoker of the vilest cigars would turn from it in scorn It is because of the 11supposea and strenuous odor That is only resembance between the Mullen leaves which we twoIand smoke when we were much more suitable for the filing poor cigars than cabbage leaves ofI I have no doubt they are often used A HEAVY LOAD To lift that load oil of the stomach take Motto Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you rat Sour stomach belching gas on stomach anti all disorders of tin stomach that are curable are instantly re lieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Store a druggist at 207 Main saysKodoisuch universal satisfaction und is so surely becoming the positive re 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For the coming engagement many colored entertainers have boon 6added to the company which conS talus many of the cleverest people In their line on the stage Southern Enchantment is arranged in r three acts the scenes of which are laid in the Hawaiian Islands The story is full of humor which is at all times refined and enjoyable and highly entertaining in character There is as much music as is Usually found in the ordinary comic opera Among some of the best musical numbers are Blue Colored Volunteers tIIPocohontus Teasing You Back to Baltimore Satisfac LucinIII Queen of the Rio Grande Tell r Me With Your Eyes Sowance River Onrlhe Field The Traveling Man etc The loading r comedian this season is S H Dud ley the inimitable funmaker and k one of the colored lights of the stage and John Bailey another well known fun producer is still xvith the company and Marion Henry Stuart who will bo remem bored as his dancing partner The lr leading vocalists are Lawrence Ohenault a swoetvoiced tenor 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