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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT jI 1 CEO A LEIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED 10 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Tin rs 100 In Advance VOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NW26 1904 N 21 t to SC inch wide hack Taffeta Silk regular price 125 per yd wear guaranteed you can buy it this week for 95c Per Yard WV ICorsets Dress Goods Jot IKJ inches wide Suiting some light colors and some dark regular price 50c this week only 5e per yard 50 inches wide Cheviot nIl wool in Black Brown and Blue regular price 100 this week only 80c- o2 inches wide Mannish Suit ing in neat striped effects very handsome material regular price 150 this week you win buy it for 120 per yard I 30 inch wide best soft finis- hIndian Head COTTON worth Joe per yard only t j- il2c BOYS STYLISH CLOTHING OF TRUSTY ESCAPES CAPTURED rIsRE1 Albert Gray sent to the THE RIGHT SORTOno Wood ford county for findIThe very best that can be tailored a large variety of styles particular parents There are lots of advantages In buying humorI Ho was captured by Mr W G and not one of the least is the saving of money Florian of the Forks of Elkhorn same day and brought hackDo you know that ono of the worst things that you can do fur a boy is tothobuy him poorlymade hndlyflttinp clothes You cut him off from ono of tile Mr Florian gets the usual re Iudhimgood care of clothes you like dont you Parents is it or is it not better toGrny had only about a month serveothersnakes you spend twice tho money Fathers mothers boys good clothes at comparatively low prices are at SEVERELY HURT your service Double = Breasted Suits 250 to 750e regret to learn that Mr Harrison Shaw Into a London Norfolk Sul s 350 to 750 for the Democratic cundHlateI for sheriff and a good Overcoats 250 to 900so unfortunate as to fall on Mon day morning and break two or Suits that will look well avong as n thread of them is left good material three ribs by which he will be and good tailoring and know In whatboyswant went into theta Tiie patterns laid up for some time- are now and neat Tlio clothing is tailored so we can stand hack of slzes4 to 16 yearsCOURT OF APPEALS TAKES RECESS R K McCLURE SONrhe on Court Wednesday of Appeals until took Tues a next week to allow the 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KYjudges and officers to have a Thanksgiving Day holiday One o- fSkirtsOUR ARE well made in regular of to A It will pay economical woman to read every item in this advertisement 349AT THESE PRICES W B Corsets Americas Leading Corsets The JUST AS GOOD KIND doesnt look very invit ing after a little use Insist upon having the W B Corset and youll get real comfort and durability We are showing extra values 50c 100 and 150 Childrens Cloaks Vo still have a very nice assortment of Childrens Cloaks left in White und Dark Colors stees 2 to 0 years old at 2 50 to 500 Infants Cloaks at 200 to 500 Furs 1 You can not afford to lo without a fur when you can buy a good ono as low liS 250 We have them in pretty shades of brown also black up to 1500 Wo have them in light and dark colors some very pretty styles at from X100 to HOO Dont fail to see them y 27 inches wide French Flan nol good desirable shades regu lar price SOc you can buy this week 8Sc per yard 81 inches wide best 15 cents Flannelette beautiful patterns this week Volt cite buy them at lOc per yar- dLace Curtains lot of Lace Curtains JU yds long and good width beautiful design regular price 150 you can have choice for OOc per pair ann Bed Spreads Extra nice quality bed spreads good size regular price 100 this week only Tile Unbleached Linen Crash good quality regular price tic this is a bargain only 5c per yard Underwear We have u large stock of un derwear for Ladies and Children souse special values in separate garments i5c each Childrens Union Suits in Kcru or Grey extra value 25c Indies Union Suits very hand somely finished at 50c each We can sell you childrens drosses cheaper than you can have them made up we have them in sizes 2 to 10 years at from 100 to 500 BE SURE AND COME C No 4143 St Clair Street Frankfort Kentucky A VICTORY TO BE PROUD OF A t orju1luxuryyou know have been rescued zr from misery hind danger by Allens Lung Balsam A GOOD MEETING CLOSED t J Rev John H Burdin pastor of Bethel Baptist Church this coun i ty closed a protracted meeting at that place on Sunday last There wore a number of additions Mr Burdin brought the converts to this city on Friday and baptized them in the pool of the FirsttfBaptist Church of this city SOLD HIS FARM IiedjMr Win Wright who near Bridgeport has sold his to Mr Sanders of Joss lUmo county for 3000 cash There were 100 acres in the tract nml it was a good farm Mr Wright will come hUlk to the city to re side 1 I Prices Persuasive Lot lkCOlJ ors price k choiceSTD J e vlnclng the LOOK r for at for KAGIN BRO I Tailor Made Suits I j lot of radios Suits which o 5011its 1500 to 2000 you can have choice of any one for 11 OS lot of Ladies Suits wi hJsold at front 2 100 to 2500 you can buy choice of any ono this week at 1S7 veryhanifprilOaooochoice of arty one for 2500 Special values in Coats and Separate Skirts Call and let us show you our rare values nrwwwrwe Otto lot Sho- rtJackets In black und tan regu hit ptiee6h0 this week you can have ohiico of any one for 489 4 Y J ji w nfit1ki Iir jt l V f w4r d i J lpy i r PERSONAL Mrs Jerome Woitzel visited rein tives in Louisville Sunday Mr Ed O Leigh went to Lonis ville Sunday Mr J A Batterton visited rela tives at Eminence n Sunday c Mr Brown Taylor visited rein tives in Louisville Sunday =f Mr Clarence Fugazzi went to r Louisville Sunday Mr John Thomas and wife have returned flour a visit to May field Miss Alice Chastino is the guest of Mrs Frank Hewitt Hon W T Ellis of Owensboro was hero this week Hon Helm Bruce of Louisville I was in the city Saturday R W Bottomley and sons llIrvisiting relatives in Louisville A M Finnell visited his mother in Sholbyville Sunday Miss Junnin McDonald visited in Louisville this week ll Brown Duvall visited IMiss in Covington this week IMr Jas N Miles of Lexington the city this week I1IIss Amy Lyons is visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Sam Moxley of Shelby villo is visiting friends here returnedIMiss Katie Thompson left Wertnee day for St Louis Mo Col A D Martin and wife have gone to St Louis Mo r ExJailer M Ih Lawrence has gone to Oklahoma to reside isltedlMr M R Todd mnde a business trip to Cincinnati this week Mrs Jas L Darnell has returned from Bowling Green Mr John M Bull wife and son are visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Edgar Armacost of Union town Ohio is the guest of Mrs R E Baker Ann street y Mr John Brand and wife of Louisville are guests of Mrs John W Rodman Todd street I11rs Earl Allen of Detroit is the guest of Mrs John W Gaines Miss Inez Starling of Greenville Miss was the guest of Miss May this week rDrHervey S Keller has returned a hunting trip in Carter IMiss Lottie Starling of Orson Miss was the guest of Mrs R P Pepper this week Mr D J McNamara attended a meeting of the Catholic Knights of America in Louisville Sunday lJudtre John D Carroll went to Sunday hasIFair AonIFair Col E H Taylor Jr left toChicago visitinghertisville H Davis Harrod and son fOffioer friends In Louisville this Senator J S Porter of Dixon wedjMr John H Stuart went to Paris inspectlonMr Alex Johnson went to Earl ington Wednesday to visit his brother Dr Roger Johnson Miss Terese McDermott of Paris was the guest of her sister Mrs John P Hanloy this week Miss Maria Pepper is visiting her sister Mrs Chns Clay in Fay ette county Miss Mary Scottow who has been visiting friends In Louisville has returned home Miss Mary McDowell Clore of Lexington visited relatives here this week LexingIMiss Sadie Brown of Owensboro is the guest of her brother Hon I Eli H Brown Shelby street I BaAdadi1 Joo R Thomas this week r DR EC ROEMELE f Specialist on Diseases of Children Office and residence above WEITZEL ODONNELL Main St TELEPHONED tOldI84 New 136 11 Aa t Sx t t4a I irb ti4 WE would like to call the particular attention of our townspeople to the showing of real Cut xlas which is now on exhibition here finishedEThey comprise everything that the best makers produce from tiny salt sellers to imposing vases and bowls A nether you wish to purchase or not we hope you will come to see the assortment In case you desire any article you will find the price moderate M A SELBERT STReliable JewelerFRANKFORT230 ST CLAIR KY FLOURUUHi spoiled bread to throw away Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and C W Saffell r Oul J L Rodman who has linen visiting his sons in Louisville has returned home Mrs Allie Donahue of Chicago Ills is the guest of Mrs B B Jeffers this county Mr Ed E Abbott and suns Ed E Jr and Loon visited at their old home in Covington this week Mr Rubt S Crowe of Shelby ville was the guest of his brother Rev Wm Crowe Thursday- Mr Adolph Davis who is study ing law in Louisville visited his father Mr 1 Davis this week Miss Helen ORear of Science Hill College Sholbyville is at home for the holidays Mrs J W Marksbury and daughters visited relatives in Sholbyville this week Miss Margaret A Lewis was the guest of Mrs D C Thursdayington Wednesday and Mrs C A Nelson and daughter Miss Clara visited relatives at Richmond this week Miss Adele G Sanner has re turned from a visit to friends in LouisvilleMrs E Hunt of Greenville Miss is visiting her sister Mrs E H Brown in this city Gen Fayette Hewitt attended the funeral of Col W C P Breckin ridge in Lexington Monday Cal E H Taylor Jr attended the funeral of Col W C P Breck inridgo in Lexington Monday Hon E H Brown who has been in Bardstown on legal business has returned home Col Noel Gaines made an addross to a Menw Meeting in Bowling Green on Sunday Mrs David P Davis who has been visiting her parents in Shel hyville has returned home Col John B Thompson of Har rndsburg was in attendance upon the courts hero Monday Frank P Lewis and laugh IMrs Nellie and sister Mrs have gone to the Worlds FairMiss Annie Thornton of Paris was the guest of Mrs John P Han lev Shelby street and attended the Military Hop at Y M 1 Hall Mr W1 Reading Jr loft Sunday for Jellico Ttum to accept 11 good position with the L k N RailroadMr C Sower went to Lou isville Sunday to attend a meeting of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica George1towlI r JI Li J1nlMvs i SALE CONTINUES NEXT WEEK Misses Rain Coats 450 and 500 Misses Long Coats 450 500 and 750 Ladies Jackets 450 500 5UO and 750 Ladies Long Coats 500 600 750 and up itfobby Rain Coats must be seen to be appreciated 1250 36 inch guaranteed Silk 98c from 125 All wool Dress Goods tf9c from 75c All wool Llama 40 inch 39c from 60c Crepe De saris bO inches wide 25c Lace Curtains 3J yards 10 from 150 DraperyLaceAll wool Blankets 250 300 350 400 500 up Ve have everything in Laces from the cheapest up to the real handmade Irish Point and Brussels and French LacesF J HEENEY Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles who has been the guest of relatives hero and at Wood hike returned home Wednesday- Dr N 11 Garrett and wife visited his cousin Dr R L Mc Clure in Lexington Saturday and SundnrIMrs W L Cannon of Midway who has been the guest of her brother Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill has returned homcIUisH Natalie Martin tending Ashand sailles spent Thanksgiving Day at homeIDay at home MaryPageCrack Jackson in Cincinnati this week lti iiltt nV4I k 1i M n M H Insko of Carlisle isICapt as Stamp Deputy here Deputy Grant L Roberts is in St Louis Mo Miss Gladys Rodman who IB at tending Ashland Seminary at Ver sailles spent Thanksgiving Day at homeI MondayforHeld to attend the marriage of Prof Vaught Mr A Dudley Blanton or In dianapolis Ind visited his mother Mrs Alice B Blanton this week granddaughter LexIngton childrenher parents Judge 1 H Paynter and wife Cartmoll Mrs W T HajIfrs and Miss Florins Havens fronds at their old homo in Mt Sterling this week Miss Jacquo Elhvanger who is attending Ashland Seminary Ver spendThanlsgivin Mr Russell S Penn of George town College spout Thanksgiving Day with his parents Mr Si Penn and wife IMr H W Bain and wife of Lox spent Thanksgiving Day Mastin with her brother Mr John C Janitor Rousseau True of tho Customhouse loft Thursday for St Louis Mo to visit the Worlds Fair Statethone Mr G L Barnes who has boon visiting his family here has re turned to headquarters i Louis villeMiss Lizie Scott was called to Lexington by the illness and death of her brotherinlaw Cal W C P Breokinrldge Mr Ben T Farmer of Cincin nati Ohio was the guest of his hrother Mr W S Farmer Thursday lIrfl Ed E Abbott and daughter Miss Anna visited her inlaw Mr W G Abbott Thursday in Georgetown Rev Wm Crowe who has been oarriyng on a protracted meeting at Pieasuroville returned home WednesdayMr Nelson who has been in eastern Kentucky on business tor W A Gaines Jt Co has returned homo Mrs Minnie Thomas and Miss Jennie Carr of Campbollavlllo who weJti guests of Mrs Sallio Robinson Thomas this week have re turned home W Miss Madge Burnam who has been attending school at Richmond spent Thanksgiving Day with her parents Judge A R Bur nam and wife Mr J W Murphy and wife and Mr Wm Hesse and wife of Joliett Ills who have been guests of Col A D Martin and wife have re tnrned home Mrs W B Rodman Miss Ruth Rodman and Mr Douglas Rodman are now in Washington City fur the winter Mr Douglas Rodman has longillness Ten thousand demons gnawing away at ones vitals couldnt be much worse than the tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure Doans Ointment never fails STATE COLLEGE WON In the great game of foot ball to decide the State championship between the Kentucky State Col lege team and Kentucky Uni versity team the State College boys won by a comfortable score much to the delight of the friends of that team Cure the cough and save the life Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs and colds down to the very verge of con sumption A FINK CONCERT I tInnumerous choral societies one ex pects frequently to hear fine con certs and occasional but In a town the size oratoriostfort it is unusual to say to have tho privilege of such music as that rendered by the PresbyturlanChurch ber the 18th Tho finish of the choral work loft little to he desired This is the moro remarkable when ono con siders that the choir has worked on the score less than two months Missus McClure Benc rich and Brown presided at the organ Misses McClure and Borberich played beautifully before tho Mass and Miss Brown accompanied with both taste and skill Mrs Cannon sang tho soprano solos in the Gloria and in the It Agnus Doi and Mr McClure tho bass solo in tho Gloria ho and Mr Kconon the duet between bass and tenor in Time Credo and Mr Vanderveor tho tenor solo in the Sanctus limo most beautiful of tho cho rusos wore the full chorus in the 1IoOloria the male chorus in the Crodo and the full chorus in t the Sanctus When it was announced that this choir would give Gounods Mass t Solenelle Saint Cecilia tho mu sic lovers and the critics concluded that they were attempting the impossible especially as the difficulty IB in the English version Now tho doubters are convincedtand delighted e It is to bo hoped that Miss Mc Clure the director of the music and the choir may bo prevailed upon to give this beautiful mass again and also to give other mu sical treats during the winter J dyi BBEH BT WARNING AGAINST SMAL- LPox OfIice of State Board of Health Bowling Green Ky Nov 20 1004 To tho Health Officials Physicians and People of Kentucky Since January 1808 smallpox jl1as prevailed more or less extensively in every county in Ken itucky with a total of over 25000 cases and 800 deaths and costing in cash more than onehalf mil lion dollars besides an estimated loss from interference with busi ness and travel of something over one and onehalf million dollars Properly expended this sum would have been more than enough to have guarded the health interests of our people for a gen eration besides keeping every resident of the State vaccinated so that the existence of anything but an imported case of smallpox would have been impossible With the advent of cold weath er cases of the disease are being reported in widely separated sections in many counties and we feel that it is again our duty to warn our officials and people of the necessity of prompt action to prevent serious and expensive local outbreaks Fortunately the prevention of this disease is as certain and safe as it is cheap and easy and although it is un lawful to remain unvaccinated at any time in the face of existing conditions intelligent people should not wait for the law to force them to evident duty Vac cination and revaccination prop erly done with reliable virus is a sure preventive and s entirely free from danger It should always be done by a competent physician with clean hands and instruments at three points at least an inch apart on a well cleaned arm and should dry thor oughly before the sleeve is drawn down Fresh reliable commercial virus can be procured but it is difficult to keep it active and the board prefers and recommends the use of humanized virus es pecially in the country districts where the family physician can select it himself from the arms of healthy children and young girls It is more certain to take causes less soreness and is believed to give better and longer protection If the scahs are wrapped in tissue paper sealed up and put in a dry cool place they can be kept al most indefinitely Physicians everywhere should be on their guard and should iso late the first case and vaccinate l all at Grownexposed once peo ple almost never have chickonpox When unvaccinated grown people have a contagious eruptive disease under existing circumstances they should be isolated and treated as suspicious until the health au thorities decide it is not smallpox All should remember that there are no such diseases as elephant itch African itch army itch cedar itohor Cuban itch and these are nigger names for smallpox Every per son in the State who has not al l1i1ready been vaccinated should do so at once and the ignorant or negligent should be compelled to protect themselves for the benefit of their communities by the proper authorities The laws on this subject are ample and suffi cient and whenever smallpox spreads in any community it is the fault of the health or fiscal i3officials and should be charged to them In preventing the spread boardJall intelligent people Copies of circulars describing the modern methods of preventing this and other contagious diseases may be had free of expense upon applioa it yil ii t f tion to the hoard at Bowling GreenBy of tho board J M MATHEWS M D Presiden- tJ N McCORMACK M D- SecrAtnry FIRST CLASS JUDGE Judge J Carroll will close up the speSLl term of circuit court today Judge Carroll has shown his efficiency and ability in conducting the co urt in such a way as to commend him to every one who has had business in tat court He makes a firstclass judge CAPTURED Howard Holmes colored who has been wanted by the police for some time upon the charge of burglarizing the residence of Miss Lucy Pattie was arrested on Monday by Officers Brown and Robinson and lodged in jail O J9L S 0 O XL X A Bears theThelJgnstnre ofOJ I MARRIED WALLACEFOSTER Cin cinnati Ohio on Wednesday Dr C K Wallace and Miss Lizette Foster were married Dr Wallace is one of our most prominent able and successful physicians His bride is an effi cient and popular trained nurse and a handsome lady They will make their home in this city SOWERODONNELL the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday Mr James C Sower and Miss Wilhelmina ODonnell were married by Rev Father T S Major Mr Sower is bookkeeper for the K D V Co at the Cedar Brook Distillery and is a popular and worthy young man His bride is one of Frankforts sweetest and prettiest girls McELFRESH WELCH In this city on Tuesday Mr Jesse P McElfresh and Miss Nannie Frances Welch both of Versailles were married by Rev L D Stuck er in the county clerks office I suffered for months from sore throat Eclectic Oil cured me in twentyfour hours M S Gist Hawesville Ky FAINTED ON STREET Mr J T Spencer the clever coal dealer was taken with a spell of vertigo on the street Wednesday evening and fell to the ground He was taken to the Capital Hotel and physicians called who soon restored to his usual good health STILL ANOTHER ELECTION We have had three elections in this county in this month and we are still to have another The Democratic primary to nominate city officers is still to be held Things are warming up even now und when the exact date is an nounced for the primary will get rod hot OUR FRIENDS THE DRUG GISTS is a pleasure to testify to the IIt high character of drug But because of a few ex to the rule it is neces sary to caution tho public to be on guard against imitations of Perry Davis Painkiller See that you get the right article the soothing helpful Painkiller that was used in your family before you were born Dont be talked buying a substitute There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Dr WRyer Treatment Byrop tor the blood Cerst for skin eruption 1 t f f r Ji +j LOOKAt THESE PRICES And Figure Out How Much Money You Save by Dealing with UsI New Buckwheat Flour 4 cents a pound New Rolled Oats 4 cents a poundNew Flaked Hominy 3i cents a poundNew Cracked Hominy 8 cents a poundNew Cracked Rice 4 cents a Ib New Rice Whole Grain 61 cents a pound New Carolina Head Rice 74 cents a pound New Navy Beans hand picked 8 cents a quart New Apricots choice 12 cents a pound New Apricots fancy 14 cents a pound New Apricots extra fancy 17i cents a pound New Peaches fancy 12 cents a poundNew Peaches extra fancy 14 cents a pound New Jumbo Peaches 16 cents a poundNew Nectarines 12 cents a lb New Evaported Apples 8i cents a Peas 4 cents a pound New Barley 4 cents a pound New California Prunes 90 to the pound 5 cents a pound New California Prunes fancy 8 cents a pound New California Prunes extra fancy 10 cents a pound New Sauer Kraut 5 cents a quart New Sweet Pickles 10 cents a dozenNew Sour Pickles 8 cents a dozenNew Olives Manzanilla 10 cents a bottle New Olives Queen fancy 15 cents a bottle New Table Sauce 8 cts a bottle New Salad Oil 8 cents a bottle New Catsup home made 5 cents a bottle New Catsup pint size 10 cents a bottleNew solid packed 8 cans for 25 cents New Tomatoes fancy 9 cents New Ohio Corn good quality 8 cans for 25 cents New Ohio Corn choice 10 cents a can New New York State Corn fancy 12 cents a can New Early June Peans 8 for 25c New Early June Peas sifted 10 cents a can New Early June Peas extra sifted 12 cents a can New Mackerel October catch large size 10 cents each New Mackerel October catch medium size 7 cents each New Seeded Raisins 9 cents a pound Layer Raisins 124 cents a pound JJ New Muscatel Raisins 2 Crown 8 cents a pound New Muscatel Raisins 4 Crown 10 cents a pound New Currants 10 cents a pack ageNew Citron 18 cents a pound New Spices 25 cents a pound New French Mustard 12 cents a quart jar New Codfish whole 8 cents a poundNew Macaronni broken 5 cents a Macaronni in 1lb pack ages 74 cents New Mince Meat in bulk cents a pound New Mince Meat in packages 9 cents a package All kinds of Chewing Gum 8 cents a package Equnllylowthe finest grown Cape Cod Cran berries and Fresh Oysters received dailyBest Granulated Sugar 18 pounds for 1 A FEW SPECIAL SNAPS 2lb cnn Fancy Limn Beans at 5 cents a can Only about 90 leftNutroCrisp the best of all breakfast foods About 120 pack ages left at half price 2 for 15 cents THE Blue Grass GROCERYBoth Roth Bros Proprietors i i i L KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK iIv LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending November 26 1001 Ashinger Gale Barrett Miss Maggie Carter Miss Mellie Crockett Mrs Susan Davis Mrs Robt Fields Miss Mildred Finnigan M J Fisher Ed- Graham G H Hawkins Miss Katie Jones J L Lynn Miss Dora McDonald C F Macphatter Fred F Mathews Miss Fannie Mitchell Ben Moreland Newt Morse Drug Co Quinn John D Roberts Mr and Mrs Robt Ray Mrs Luan 2 Richardson Miss Linnie Satterfield Albert Seayy Oron DoughlaStafford Taylor S C Thompson Miss May Turner Mrs M E Westley Mrs E Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M John Edge To W L Pence Dr To 6000 ft of lumber at 5 per thousand 8000 Received payment May 8th 1004 by credit on mortgage of John Stoops to John Edge W L PENCE Will sell above bill for 25 JOHN EDGM 01 in Frankfort Ky IjQ Qe IIi I AilNight gf I- EI Prescription I ycmIE iI There is not an hour of Ithe twentyfour but that Ii prescriptions can lie filled rhere and our night service is of the same high grade IE as that furnished during I the day Emergencies are apt to arise in every fanc- ilyit when it becomes neces MIEt closed At such a time we want you to take ad vantage of our allnight if service No increased cost for the accommodation Our prescription chargts IE are always reasonable IIE C I Tho Gay 10 nrn Storos IQi II lIOIE A STARTLING TEST To save u lifo Dr T G Merritt of No Mohoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonder ful cure He writesUn patient was attaokod with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Eleu trlu Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I pre Julnedfromattack in 14 months Electric Bitters aro positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti pation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at all druggists cJ t J4 GET IN A r HURRYLA- ST CHANCE TO ST LOUIS tThe greatest fnir in the worlds history is drawing to n close and if yon are going youdyour days you had better make up yourygoFrom r standpoint no one can afiord to miss the Worlds Fait at St Louis and only a short time remains in which to see ityou can see it for half what it cost n month ago Everything priceHotelsYou should go- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL BE THERE AND EXTRA PREPARA TIONS AND ATTRACTIONSsARE OFFERED THE LAST WEEK r GET TICKET THE HENDERSON ROUTE THE ONLY LINE THAT OFFERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL ST LOUIS TRAINS DINING OARS CHAIR CARS OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS tEquipmentand for being Invariable Or Time has been established and if you JI want Comfort in travel uGet the juhasingL J IRWIN Genl ljLouisville THE TEST In the December McClures ReX E Beach offers the most powerful thiBof cold and hunger and terrible hardship two men one of supreme Ap physical and the other of great mental power and it is the mind ir that wins Its courage and r strength endure and triumph t when the force of mnttercollapsesiin defeat It is of fearful struggle through the bitter cold of the Arctic Circle fighting famine and blizzard and endless distance Mr Beachs descriptions are wonderfully graphic and picturesque and his diagnosis of the psychologic forces which determine human power lio and achievement is wonderfully searching and true He puts his conclusions in the words of his struggling Klondikers The man that can eat his soul will win rand it takes the educated man k to stand the hardshiptf YESTERDAYS BLAZE iAn alarm from box 12called the boys to the residence of Gen D W Lindsey at 720 yesterday Jrmorning A spark from the chimney set the roof on fire andl nominal damage was done A SURE THING i It is said that nothing is sure ex i cept death and taxis hut that is KlnJsiNewa sure euro for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B VanMetre of l ShephArd town W Va says I had a severe ease of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything Iheard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery p then cured me nbsoilltel ItSAfKUOIIJhsumption Try it Its guaranteed JHegINTERURBAN SYSTEM Cars leave Lexington for Parl jevery hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris iffor Loxir gton every hour from 6 a m to 8 m und 10 m a fhour19 and p m Leave Goor etownifLexington fl a in to 0 p m and rat 8 and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight and trunks leavo Lexington for Georgetown at 5 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lex In ton for Paris at 11H5 Leaves Paris for Lexington at 2 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theater parties and school business and family tickets can bo had on application at the company s office 404 West Main street East Ten nessee phone 610 Homo phone 274 Y ALEXANDER President tf liIIfj dJ li t u THeFfantrartaounilaDoiit Sintered at the postolHce at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass mailable matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORTNOVEMBER26190HERES 4 CESS Wo take the following clipping from the Richmond Register o last week Elsewhere in these columns ap pears the announcement of Mr Clarence E Woods for Mayor u Richmond suhject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Woods is too well and favorably known to the community to re quire the usual terms in vogue in announcing candidates for office We nil know him to be a patriotic unselfishuseful citizen and an upright honorable gentleman His life has been a record of devotion to Richmond In every movement for municipal betterment in all thegood works that make for progress told in every step taken for our towns advancement he has ever firs and foremost His heart is pure and his hands are clean and the is loved and admired by us all The election of men such as he to office would he taking a long stride toward purity in politics which we consider the greatest mend of the day Mr Woods is an educated pol ished told upright gentleman and nve heartily wish him success plutfurI11Iupon which he stood four years ago he stands small chance to- get ahead of the grafters and the schemers He would stand squarely across the road of any schemes that might be started to get unjust gains from the public purse of his city Any way we earnestly wish 3iim success Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more ScottstEmulsion To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giverIThose who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh bloodand nerve For invalids for con vaescents for consumptives c for weak children for all f who need flesh Scotts fETnu1sion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonic Scotts Emulsion for bone I flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N YI50c and Ir all druggists j tiir Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become n diseaed heart A little extra hringoifof sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble bean with catarrh and I have havefstipation palpitation of the heart shortness and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose tome was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I so severe y and became so wnak that my doctors said could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over two hours a night on account ofnervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering the heart so severe that I would have to Ieeverything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles ew Heart Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit I think they are th grandest remedies on earthand Iam constantly recommending CANTRELLWaxahacl AH druggists sell and ntee first bot 1te Dr s Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind DANGEROUS FIRE At S oclock Saturday evening nn alarm called the fire boys to the Elk Hotel on Broadway street where a dangerous blaze lad developed from the kitchen in the ell By hard work the tlr was soon extinguishedwith a loss of some BOO Had it occurred at night the whole hotel anti other property would likely have been destroyed OBITUARY In loving remembrance of How ocItouera shadow has fallen on a mothers lonely heart in thus giving up in the first flush of manhood her only sonn son any mother might wall be proudofnoble rarely gifted generous and true At times during his illness the pn ticMit mother would bend over the f r u of her darling boy and watch with anxious lunging the breath ing and heating pulse consoling herself that it would not be long until she would again see her dear how restored to the full enjoyment of health But not FO The beautiful flower was nipped in it early unfolding but it blocnr- again and forever in the garden celestial Would that words of hud power to console th one from whose young life it brightest ray has been taken Whose sorrow is too sacred to be intruded upon withconsoling word which seem us idle mockery now Remember Whom the Lord loveth hoclmstenctli May this great trial bind closer toI WIther the stricken mother father and sister left behind What we have loved so tenderly while living here on earth we may still cher ishwith affectionate remem brance cheered by the hope ofI meeting him in the bright forever where les nowIGone whore cnn not conic Where every stranger may find a sweet home Severed the nhain that bound him to earth Gone to the land where the soul has new birth Where there are treasurers of beauty untold Rivers of silver tool mountains of g Id Weep not to miss one from earths weary shorofEarth hits an angel less Heaven one more A H C r genuineLaxativeUte remedy that ouret u cold In one day l l t DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMEN ELECTED u The following gentlemen were elected committeemen for tho dif ferent nroiinet by the democrats lof this county on Monday InstI CourthouseE Hobbs Taylor Markethouse P II Newman Jr Guinea Stable Frank lowers Gashouse F Morgan Brawner Kenneys Mill George Conway Bridge John D Griffi- nVoglersPaul Avis Utterbaoks Geo Vlnhisol- 3rilgdportCltlrence Li JulInIPurrington Scott Build Knob John Harrod Crutchers School house George HenrnIForks Elkhorn South riin bleThorn HillJ Bucon lllnninI Peaks MillJ Tandy BloomingtonLee LeeI Bryants Schoolhouse Eugene BrrnntIFlat Creek Dr G W Gwin Baileys AlillDr T D Moor Glores School houseEd Sheets Swallowheld Jas Long There will be a strong contest for the control of the organixa tion looking to the future STAMPING GROUND Quite a number of our farmers have slaughtered their fattenin r hogs I1he union Thanksgiving service was held at the Christian Church Mrs Martini Wilkorson and daughter Miss Susie of Forks Elkhorn visited her son Mr Goo E Wilkerson this week Mr Chas Thompson has sold the Bourne farm recently pur chased by him to Mr W P Wpg ginton at 7290 per acre There were about 70 acres in the trite 1C at the 11IulriOdNoember Hnm brick and Miss Katie Lindsay were married by jRev G V Hill McChord and bride will re side on the Tilford farm for the next year as tenants of Mr J C Hambrick The Ewing house on Main street with about thirty acres of und has been sold to Mr W hHook for 1225 IRoy Dr J J Taylor President of Georgetown College will preach at tho Baptist Church in our town next Sunday titsp f Mr T W Jameson containing oeacresThe corn crop which is the Jest in years is now safely cribbed There is n scarcity of hogs suitable to fatten This is unfortunate when we have such a fin crop of corn to feed Mr B B Glass of McLeod Okla has been here this week Lots of hunters have been roan ing our fields and farms llwyI collie in with well filled bags Some do say that fowls are often in those same bags Mr mnwtt King Ind Mrs Ruth ofloogooteoIi isville Mrs Maggie Maison Ind Mr A 1V Mack lin Mr Stephen Black and Mrs Hard in Rogers of Franklin coun ty attended the funeral of Mrs Yenitia Ferguson jMrs Ferguson died at her bar near Duvall Station November 1C She was 02 years of age A splendid woman has gone to hot reward The funeral services VIHilI YIUNO Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat t 4Mp r J ff i tl f Pleisdnt to takeI Laxative SyrupNAT- URES J t CURE FOR CONSTIPATION l Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits ant their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normalaction of the bowels whn minerals and their salts Iare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS2ie AND 50c PER BOTTLE- r NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows I I have an immense stock of GT ASStill sizes andcn interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG le Paints Oils Etc IHarclw == LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 1LOCAL TIMETABLE 3EFFEC1IVE OCT 10 1904 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND INo 2 No4I IIILuuvul II 8tIlUoni No INo Mss Ex Daily Dud M P IA Ar 225 1745 1010 605 810 tl IIIJuxlnlton UI I 620 56 018 Slj 483 406 023 14U 828 go 401 f Torrent tWlI 847 I4m Hlmttrvlllo Junction 826 1029I 0JllcIUion 17IJ 08 225 andloca1110i11t9Il v for Beatty No l and connect with tho O O Ky at L R E Junction for lit Sterling and local station J n BARK CHARLES SCOTT General Manager U P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IDatlytills Ex Bund Ex Hunt A M Lye P MLve1 BtnUolJII r SundlEx5un I No m No JIDailyEx MisIUMAr PMAr II 900 II Jackson 1120 125 O K Junction UJ5 1126 1T843I Wilhurat a17 1162 1jI52 Hampton4 0 1168 125 Loo City lil0 1222 19 71I 122 Holvclmwa 618 128 1105 Cannel City 643 1245n Nos and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos and for points on trio Lexington and Eastern Railway SuwrlntundcntIr i For the Roundabout A BEAUTIFUL LIFE ENDED Between 8 and 4 oclockon Sunday morning November IP 3004 Justus Goehel Sinoot died at the homo of his grandparents i At Polsgrove Kyof whooping cough aged shout 4 yours and 8 months Ho was the youngest son of Mrs Jennie Smoot Amid terrible suffering he bore patiently und uncomplainingly the smitings of his Fathers hand J This bright nl attractive little one had won and hold the love of all with whom he had come in contact He was the idol of his family and their hearts are sadly wrung by this dispensation of sorelybereftItfamily we tender our deepest sym t pathy ponAmorU1l1 J W Shaw and tho remains were rest in the Mt Carmel JJhurying ground on Monday No vember 14 i To Justus we said good byre He loft this world of sorrow f And has gone to his home in the sky 0 Justus how we will miss you But we know you are free from pain And the angels will watch over you Until we meet again s And when we meet you Justus In the realms beyond tho sky Row joyful is the thought That we will never again say goodbye F H One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup e YOUNG LADIES BAZAAR The Young Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Churchunder the management of Prof Way land Graham held their Japanese Bazaar in the old chapel of their church on Tuesday night last wnsIThere was a large crowd present and they were delighted with the entertainment Some of Frank forts sweetest and prettiest young ladies arrayed in Japanese cos tumes were tho waiting maids and ifn Japanese Mogul had dropped in he would have sup posed he was at home and would have been charmed The only difference would have been in the beauty of the ladies as American girls can not be outshone in that wayThe net receipts were something over 100 Wo congratulate the manage ment upon their success 3900 TO CHICAGO AND RE- TURNi Monon Route Account Live Stuck Exposition The Motion Route will sell round trip tioknts to the general public from Louisville to Chicago at fMUO on November 27th 28th and 2Sth also to exhibitors holding cortill xmtos from General Manager Skin nor on November 2 nth Rood return lug till December nth account In f ternational Live Stuck Exposition 1wo elegant dally trains of finest equipment from Louisville viI Mo Route leaving Union Station ti 780 a m and 821 p in For part lor car or Pullman Siooper reserva address E H liacou D frA llonon Route Louisville Ky If t Southern Railway k For Land of the Ifobooklet Summer Hesor- tt folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Assailant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo 0 H HUNGERFORD District Puabenger Agent Louisville Kyi 1 IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered hv tho Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday lane Oth Kentuckys popular line tho Hen derson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each three tion anti will improve the time anti equipment generally of all trains between these points OIHHntodinsafe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 880 a in 000 p m and 700 a in Arrive St Louis 015 p in 720 a in and 010 p mr The equipment is brand now just from the shops of tho most mod ern vestibule pat tein and is sis fine as on any train posting in or out of Kentucky The 880 a in train through without change of Cary will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high hack seat passenger coaches Z The 900 p in train through without change of oars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars and high buck seat passenger couches The 700 n m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high bark seat passenger coaches Thin Dining Curs on lay trains will servo meals a 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 StiLouis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will have them in stock told will bo gladIIto wayYou in oYor spect with tho accommodation and safe train service that is offered b this line which has been tormecl- tho Ofllcial Route for Kentuckians Frankfort GEIOIMIRI1HU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 pEI2 LvDFnkfut Arl 722 Summit M Ii 211 7040 Elkhorn 219 Switzer lUSt 58 229 722 Stamping Ground 158 6 286 729 Duvall 2Q4G 6 85X251 7 55 C S Depot J 269 805 Now town 9 07 Centerville 6 82QI827II Elizabeth B65- Purls Junctn Lvltt 6 Paris f s0 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q JConncctJ at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GECWOETOWN P 001650ILt IA itP5i 1722 Frankfort Ar it25 8 Georgetown ArIIO 0 6 lAr Cincinnati 400I BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA Psi PM 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 720 2 Iv Georgetown Ar Lv Parts Ar 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 265 KENTUCK CENTRAL R POINTS i toP i6C L Frankfort Alll 25A720P MVP 7BA Georgetown L10 02P 7091243PIi20AltMP6ooPUntied Excursion tickets good ovory day except Friday and Satur B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Prey and Gent Supt lit P AI U 0 TIME TA 1K No21NSOUTH A11 P U Lexington fiFrankfort IJ 0I 61F Shelbyville r Ir Lonlsvllle 111811FCC No2 No NORTHz11 Louisville t U w- ShelovJloI 918 A Lexington 11115 41I QUICK AnnESIIJ A Gullodgo was twice in the hospital from a severe ease of piles causing 4 tumors Attar doctors and all reme lies failed Ruoklons Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflamma tion and cured him It conquers and kills pain 25o at all Inches i hi j J GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis 7 USE THE lendBfclon flout IrrIIE LINE THAT IS COMFOJITABLE BEYOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KEN TUC K I A3f JS 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 now trains will leave St Lots In dally Tho evenin to same points 1010 m dally Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address BT GMATTHEWS Tray Pass Alt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION WORLDS FAIRS LOUIS 1004 Rates via Frankfort Cincinnati Rv Queen Crescent Route mind Cincinnati O Stopover privileges at Cincinnati good for ton days on jOn and lo lay tickets Rates from Frankfort flOday tickets ILSi- 15day tickets 1106 Conch excursion tickets yHO Conch excursion tickets good only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week No stopover privileges allowed on conch excursion tickets 1hreo routes available front Cincinnati i e Baltimore Ohio Southwestern R R Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St Louis It and Chicago Hamilton Dayton Ry Convenient schodules nucessmyThroughSleeping car reservations secured if advised- S E HUTTON td General Passenger Agent Hr Cads foimfffon Imvttcra art just what u Noise needs where in btu condition Tonic blood purifier am 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 Gayle ONE OF MANY H A Tisdale of Summertown S C suilored for twenty yoais with the Piles Specialists worn employed and many remedies used hut relief and permanent good was found only in tho use of DuWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is only ono of tho many ninny cures that have boon ellwitod hy this wonder ful ronuufy In buying Witoh Hael Salvo it is only necessary to sue that yon get the genuine DoWitts1 made by E C DoWitt Co in Chicago and a euro is certain DoWitts Witch Hnzol Salvo cures all kinds of piles outs burns bruises eczema totter ringworm skin Gnylo diseases etc Sold by J W ilJfi r jtUf ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TOHAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho 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 in arriving at Havana Monday morn- Ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Sow Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely sot forth in a special folder issued by tho Illinois Central R R Send for n copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fiiday 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 tho Illinois Central timid New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of llnest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati every11cIuOSday NEW ORLEANS- A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping ears bultetlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- UULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gultport Miss on the Mexican Uti f Coast huts 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot told tolephomeInphis 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 the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis bena for book describing this must interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above can be had of agents of the Illinois Cell tral or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HAULOW D P A Louisville- A J McDOUGALL D P A New Orleans A H HANSON G P A CimieagoJNOMemphis 12600 ROUND TRIP Yin Queen it Crescent Route Nov JiM 1004- Botwuen Lexington Ky null New Orleans San Antonio Gal veston Houston Ft Worth Dallas Beaumont and Shreve port Tickets good 21 days from late of sale with privilege of stopover For information call at ticket oC lice 111 E Min St Lexington or address E N Aiken T P A Lexington K- yIllinois Central Seventh F Fiver Louisville No Memphis N O LtM Xo Leaves tltO in Arrives 7M5 a in Now Orleans Special No Lean p in Arrives 5 p m No Local Mull Xu1 Leases 72 a in Arrives 155 in For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hol1RllnlIIo Hopklnsvillu except no Sunday service to Klizabctlitown and Hodgeii Stops at all stations No lUl Accommodation No Leaves 4i0 p m Arrives 955 a m For Central Connecting service to Hodmmvillo and Kliabothtown except ou Sundays at nil stationsStol Trains Kun Dally t1 J I WORLDS FAIR SHORr LI N B 8UilllllRRAI1AY 1 Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the fours FAIR Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis rifle with Observation Parlor and Doting Car dailyArrive J Solid through train from Louis vine with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash Suburban service direct to time Worlds Fair liroltndsILow excursion rates will ho an nounced soon T W CREWS T P Agent Lex ington Ky- jG MORGAN DFr Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour Irons S a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a in to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single faro 40 centsLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p in Leave Georgetown every hour ti a m to 10 p m 20tf Y ALEXANDER fromISOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoniflLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville DivisionjNo1 No No a ni p in pm ILv Louisville 745 400 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 Lawrencoburg 955 620 Versailles 1010 642 851II725IILexington 1045 710 No4 No 2 No6 am pm am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 Versailles 625 512 756 iwrencebtirg 643 540 830 Shelbyville 720 62fl 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Xos 5 and 6 Through Obser vatton chair r between Louisville Harroda burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the ing5OfrumtheSouththroughsleeping hir t Tenn Truin leaving Louisville i p m and arriv ing Louisville a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham n Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division A No No Lv Louisville Ar Huntingburg pmll45aPrinceton 100 pm 145 am St Louis 030 pm 782810 No8 No1 fLv St Louis 1803 n m 1000 p m Ar Princeton l pni 803 amHuntingbnrg 255 pm 425 am fILouisville 545p m 719 am No No Lv Louisville pm 850 a Ar Huntingburg 1850 p mi 1145 amEvansville pm lBOp No9 No19 Evnnsvillu 730 am 115 In JArbetweeaLouisville J Trains Nos 0 and run solid between Louis villa niul Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Loulsrvillo Day trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Caie Parlor Cars canlwithG PA EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS = 1 DESIGNSJICOPYRIGHTStI arecn and descrlntton ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is rntentalilu Coramunlc tlonsrurictljrconUdcntlal on Patents Isort free Oldest S6curtulfJlatents Patents taken trough tc Co rocolva special notice without chnrtte in tho J eilmerkanp-I handsomely Illustrated weekly largest oak culatton of any nclontlUo journal Terms 13 newsdealersMUNNCo361803 ltqis Branch F SU Washington frtt j ot fJx 1 g i i w s F ARJVLERThe Bargain that is best for you and best for us is the one that gives solid satisfaction Todays store news tells only of such Winter Dress Goods We have been busy all season and why not Could any sensible and moneywise woman resist such low prices on regally beautiful fabrics as you see printed below Red Plaid Mohair 80c One lot Dress Goods mixture and solid col ors 40c worth 75c to 100 yard One lot Mixed Suitings 89c worth50c Black Shower Proof Storm Serge 100 t NOT THAT KIND OF A BIRD That delightful comedyopera Miss Bob White which has en- joyedr such an extensive period of unparalleled success has some of the most original and catchy papers out that has been seen in many a day One that was par ticularly noticeable because of its simplicity and artlessness was a onesheet Hat which was stuck around on every old fence or ash spnceIsmall town of Monongahela City r Penn the local bill poster was out with his pot and brush and a hod of one sheets which were merely a picture of a quail nothing more this being thai trademarkor coatofarms as it VhiteIslapping tree boxes and anywhere else that his furtive eye might light upon While covering one of these boards the usual motley little crowd of hangerson and kids following in his wake and watch ing his work with curious interest the manager of the Opry House drove up in a buckboard and pulling up his horse yelled over to the knight of the brush an- ddopeSny you there Hickey got enough o them snipe to last yer to which Hickey yelled back without stopping his work nor turning around Yarp guess so Snipe Snipe gasped one of the town loungers who had a wouldbe wise look Call them a snipe why thor goldarn fool dont even know a quail when nndtreputation as an ornithologist dropped a few points with a dull sickening thud in the estimation of the village sage RIAIGOES TO EMINENCE TO RESIDE Dr S B Holmes for so many years in the drug business in this city and for eight years Post master here has purchased an EmiiTplace to reside We regret to lose this estimable family from our community but wish them every success in their new home Syrup11rl tot th silo 4 I tit 41 A Week of Big Values Our shrewd manipulations of the wholesale market with valuesforonstrate to you beyond the shadow ofa doubt that it is pos dayinmon strength to your economical instinct This will be a weekof immense interest to saving shoppers and you should certainly visit the store at your earliest opportunity We are constantly demonstrating that ifa store means right it is possible to sell high grade and high style garments for lower prices than others charge for goods that do not possess these characteristics Read the proof of this below SUITS CLOAKS Stylish Vest Suitsl10t at 42 in Covert Tourist Coat goodbrownexceptional opportunity Coats new effects 12 15 DEATHS GORDONIn this city on Sat urday Mary Catherine infant daughter of Mr Jas W Gordon and wife ISMITHIn this county at Bloomington on Saturday Mr yenrsIburial took place on Monday morning A TOUGH CROWD Some young toughs without the fear of the law before their eyes threw lighted matches into one of the mail boxes on the South Side on Monday destroying mail mat terA Postoffice Inspector will look into the matter and these toughs will find that they are not with the city authorities but thatI your Uncle Sam takes such things and he dont fool about it or handle matters with gloves on WI Early Risers The famous little pills BUILDING NICE HOME Mr E J Coleman whose pur chase QJa lot on Fourth Avenue near Logan street we made mention some time ago commenced eightIMonday last So soon as completed Mr Cole man wimoVe his family to this city from Louisville Mr Cole man was raised in this city and is simply coming back home CARD OF THANKS I desire to express my sincere thanks to my many friends for the earnest support they gave me in my candidacy for the office of thatImy past been due to their earnest and un tiring support and they will find me endeavoring to discharge my duties in the future as I have in the past I further wish to express my sincere thanks to my worthy opponent and his friends for the courtesy shown me by them dur ing this candidacy Yery truly yours N B SMITH MADE YOUNG AGAIN One of Dr Kings NAW Life Pills each for two weeks has put me In myteens again writes DempsoytownIfor Liver Stomach nnd Bowels gripeOnly Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate SooceMfol tmtment for blood and akin dlaeMM L tr p L I THE BURGOMASTER Great Musical Production Secured by Manager McNamara for the Patrons of the Cap ital Theatre At Capital Theatre will be pre sented in the near future that ever popular and effervescent musical BurgomasterThe HThe judgingcountryWherever phatic hit from the beginning of lever overture to the fall maybethe most tuneful and merry little musical comedies that has been produced in this country in many a Frank Pixley a news paperman is responsible for the words and the story they tell and Gustav Luders is the composer of exceIoffend the most fastidious Mr Luders music is equally worthy of commendation The melodies arc all catchy tuneful admirably orchestraedand abound in warmth and color Mr Luders did not strive to write thunderingdown keepinglating faster and how well he succeeded is proven by the won derful success of his effortsulhe Burgomaster is full of these tan talizing tunes and one can scarcely refrain from whistling them The scene of the prologue is Manhattan Island in 1GOO where Peter Stuyvesant the Burgomas ter and Doodle von Kull his secretary fearing that the settlers are to be attacked by the British and Swedish forces and by the Tammany tribe of Indians decide to avoid the duties whichsuch an attack would naturally force upon them and in a moment of de spondency they drink the drugged wine originally pre pared for their enemies and sink into u Rip Van Winkle slumber until the troubles blow over The two fall asleep so soundly that they do not wake up until the year 1001 when a gang of laborers digging a trench on Bromlwnv New York un earth theunsophisticated Dutch man who forthwith set out to see the town under the guidance of Willie von Asterbilt a gilded youth and the Harlem Spider a typical pugilist of the day who believes in words not blows The production this year as well as the costuming is entirely now and both are said to be the most elaborate The Burgomaster has ever had In the big cast are Oscar L Figman as the Burgomaster Chas Sharp Oscar B MoyeGeofeldt Louise Brackett Harriett Sheldon Dorothy Rae Mae Franklin the Lockhart Sisters prominenceWatch the dnteI uLi L Underwear That Wears f Specials For Saturday and Monday Only Undergarments that are sprvicnnblo for that moneythnn t 250 Vest and Punts lOc 50o Vest and Pants 89o 100 Uilon Suits 80o Merodo brand not included This is a groat opportunity for good values r Fancy Work Specials Money saving items for the Christmas rem em brance you are making 10 yard spool Baby Ribbon lOo 10 yard bolt No2 Satin Ribbon 16c 45 inch Art Linen fi5o Linen Cambric for handkerchief and drawn work extra values at 25o 50o and 100 80 inch Pompadour Satins 100 80 inch Pompadour China Silks UR MOTTO PRICES GRADE HIGH LOW We mean just what we sayHigh Quality Low Prices iftheybelow That is the case when we offer Glcnmore Whisky at 200 per gallon JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky FORMER FRANKFORT MA BADLY BURNED Dan Hancock who formerly ra a livery stable in this city an whose first wife was a Miss Pe terson was badly if not fatally burned at his home on the Gen Ji H Lewis farm in Scott coun ty on Tuesday by burning from a lighted lamp thrown a him by his present wife The woman was arrested an lodged in jail at Georgetown JUST ARRIVED While in Ireland recently Mr Frank Heeney of F J Heeney purchased splendid line of table linens napkins etc for the holi day trade They have lust arrived and these gentlemen invite their customers to examine them They are offering bargains in this line DELEGATION VISITS LEXINGTON A big delegation of Democratic politicinnsIwent om to Lexington on Thursday to submit matters of dispute over the election of various precinct committeemen to District Chairman Thos A Combs in that city- PARALYZED We regret to learn that Mr David C Dryden oldest brother of Mr John B Dryden editor of the Call was paralzyed on Wednesday last at the home of his daughter Mrs Frank Wright in Dayton Ohio His whole right side is involved DO IT TODAY IThe timo worn injunction put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today 1 That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedybewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly 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 cure as it has done bofore in thousands of apparently hopeless oases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 76c AtIdruffigsts A iIj0Rf 1r tid NTHANKSGIVING DAY Thanksgiving Day was more thnnlcase the business houses were closed the greater part of the day The prettylargely SundaytHundreds of fieldsdand many Molly Cottontails were slaughtered but few par tridges were killed We all had howeverfwhich to give r THANKS We have been placed under ob ligations to Mr Bain Moore for arenice turkey for our Thanskgiving Dinner He will please accept our thanks Mr Moore brings the nicest and best prepared tur kies to market that we have ever seen The bird given us was doubly acceptable on account of thebighfprices charged this year- TRANSFERRED Dr A A Bailey of this coun IItheLexington has been transferred to the Western Lunatic Asylum at Hopkinsville to succeed Dr A A Lackey resigned who was First Assistant Physician at that place This is a nice compliment to a worthy oflicor- WONDERFUL We have been FEATItligations to Col E Vice President of Subway for a copy of a book just published giving a full history of the Subway which is one of the greatest wonders of this wonder ful age The book gives illustra tions showing the whole system with all its ramifications It is a splendid triumph of American energy and intelligence- We desire to thank Col Bryan for lies courtesy Dr J S Collins DENTIST ByN61tf IVat 1 I l S D JOH1NSON COVVRANY Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a Ladies Tailoring And Dress MakingrUnder the management of Mr LOUIS LUGARMAN late of Boston We take pleasure in announcing also that MRS HELM will be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old friends S D JOHNSON 0MAIN FRANKFORTSTREETIKY j J JJ RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mMorning subject Womans Work in the Church Evening The Saloon A Crime Against Humanity- Sundayschool at 945 a m in chapelHome Department and Bible JlassTaught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baraca Bible Class at 945 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 680 p- Leader m Harry M Parrent Topic Intemperance Hinders Missions Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free jASCENSION EPISCOPAL A B Chinn rectorSunday November 27 Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a m- Evening prayer and sermon at 780 p m WednesdaycFriday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings cJ CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev J T McKissick of Lexington will preach at 11 a m and 7 OI p m Sunday school at 080 a m in chapelu Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 045 p m IChris1tJ Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel opicII What Woman Owes to Christ The Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 4J oclock in the chapel Everybody invited- SOUTHERN i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowo the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundayschoolj at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 1 m Prayermeeting W o d n e s day i night at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH HIv IFather Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a m mtp m i Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blavnoy D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris I tian Endeavor at 645 p m All the young people invited Prayermeeting Wednesday Snight at 7301iin J public is cordially invited to attend 1 yt f p f i t METHODIST CHURCHRev- J 0 A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 8 oclock p m DUST TO DUST William Cabell Preston BRECK INRIDGE All Kentucky Mourns and the Country Weeps With Her As indicated in our last paper the hour of dissolution had struck for Kentuckys ablest most ac complished scholarly and bril liant son At 1140 oclock on Saturday night the warm and tender heart of the greatsouled Breckinridge ceased to beat and the sadly toll ing bells have become a memory In the zenith of his power and influence the cold fingers of the grim monster closed about the vital chords and the man that feared nothing except to do what he thought to be wrong felt those chords snap asunder and like infant on its mothers breast anI weary head lay back in the less sleep We had watched the career of the roan in whose veins flowed kindred blood from the young stripling to the magnificently ma tured splendor of his closing years with all the pride that every Kentuckian feels in his own We had known and loved Col Breckinridge from our earliest boyhood Wo know that faults he had but the glory of his bound less love for his country his State and his people banished these faults from mind und heart as little specks upon the glistening armor of his soul We thank God that as IIP had to go ho went in the full flow of magnificent manhood untouched by the infirmities of ago and de cay With little of his political life had wo much in common and while doubting his premises wo delighted to listen to his argu monts clothed in the purest 8nx1 on and in that resonant belllike voice that so well earned for him the sobriquet of the silver tonguedand the heart was often almost compelled to yield assent while the cooler judgment den iedIWhore can Kentucky look to re coup her loss While possessing ninny able and brilliant sons none measure up to his standard as the allaround wellequipped wellpoised statesman soldier lawyer orator slid friend To his stricken family wo tender the sincerest sympathy and condolence Builds up the system puts pure rich blood in the veins makes men and women strong and healthy Burdock Blood Bit ors At any drug store 1aLQi1i LEXINGTONS MURDER AND MOBS IThree negroes brutally mur a white man in the city of Lexington on Sunday night in a saloon- They were shortly afterwards captured by the police and lodged in jail A mob of 800 men was quickly formed to take the brutes from jail and hang them The police succeeded in getting the jail well guarded by about thirty officers armed with rifles and re volvers and bluffed the mob Again on Monday night three distinct mobs were formed for the preventedIdeputy sheriffs and police to the number of over one hundred and the roping off of the streets leading to the jail The brothers of the wife of the murdered man were the leaders of the mob We are upon general principles opposed to mob law but if ever there was justification for mob bing it was in this case for the murdered man had never had any trouble with his murderers and did not even know them M A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn 52xJO also good tenement honse and nil other necessary outbuildings situated 314 miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms npply to G D HAW KINS on the premises oc223m I a sky comes Th1 Sthestar of health andfamousdoes for the stom dent ach that which ftcuring all Is unable to do stomachitself even if but tt m troubles and digestiveor Kodolsupplies juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles andmembranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures Indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles bj cleansing purifying anc strengthening the gland membranes of the stop ach and digestive organ LikeI Kodol DyspepsiaCure Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only 5100 Size holding VA times the trial size which sells for Fnpared by G C DoWITI For sale by J W Gayle drug gist t l i6htttW lkt4 SO DECEPTIVE Many Frankfort People Fail to Realize the Seriousness Backache is so deceptive- It comes and goeskeeps you guessingLearn the causethen cure it Nine times out of ten it comes kidneysI Kidney Pills cure Cures every kidney ill from backache to diabetes Heres a Frankfort case to prove it Mrs Lou Johnson widow of 825 Todd street stsII0ff and on for a good many years I have suffered with a heavy dull aching pain over the kidneys and across the small of my back the pain running up my back becoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of the kidneys which procured an irregu lar scalding and excessive condi tion I was treated by doctors and it seemed as though they could do me no good I realized the necessity of some immediate relief About this time a neigh bor spoke so highly of Doans Kidney Pills that I could not be lieve but that they had some merit My daughter procured a box for me at J W Gayles drug store and after giving the remedy a good fair trial I can now con scientiously give my good recom mendation and endorsement of what I consider a grand kidney remedy Doans Kidney Pills certainly carry out the claims made for thong For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other- FCRNITURE FOR SALE I have a mahogany finish mantle folding bed and other articles of furniture for sale Apply at Capt I T Wests Main street to MRS W T HAVENS2t LOST On Sunday boa vicen Main street and the residence of Mr Goo A Lewis Second street a pair of nose glasses with black rims Suitable reward will be paid for their return to tills otllce 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 anti all disorders of tho stomach that are curable art instantly re lieved nail permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S P Storrs a druggist at 297 Main street Now Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal satisfaction and is so surely becoming the positive re liof and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment I tool that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by recommending showIhero Kodol Dyspopsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiments and will positively euro troubles Sold by J W Gayle r J ri tmA a dI OBITUARY WADE1r this county on twinlmonths 18 Jays She died of brain fever A beautiful angel with a crown of pearl sweetIWe thought her forever withus would abide dayIplayOr that dear baby talk Andcreep over the carpet and then learn to walk But we could not keep her for angels came round And in our bright cottage a treas ure they found They took little Frances home to rest q To be a bright star in the home ofQ 41 the blest We know we can not call her back But we can go to heron the shoresl ftBlessedno more4FThen we can rove from shore toshore-xthe sun will rise to set nOimore F- ESCAPED 1 INomenGrave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE t HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING A j DENNS SURE SAFE AND 1 SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle and wife Grocer W Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Wilson andwife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with t responsible witnesses of what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do ButIa 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitGAYLES DeWltts Witch Hazel Drug Store Salvo For Piles Burns Soros MOTHERS RAISE IT Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer lugs it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved AAcertain cure for coughs croup SpatfordPostmaster j says Our little girl was uncon scious from strangulation during a croupOnelieved and cured her and I can not praise It too highly One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs makes phlegmdraws andI 4 Gayle t A A REAL CHRISTMAS STORY The December McClures opens with one of the most charming Christmas stories of the year It- t is called II A Jumble in Divini ties and is the work of James Hopper Anyone who read Mr Hoppers story in the November McClures a startlingly real in terpretation of the physical and mental stress of foot hall will z find it difficult to associate his name with this exquisitely tender find sympathetic sketch of the heartlife of a little French lad In suchn remarkable contrast Mr Hopper shows his true art His Christmas story is a literary gem excelling in both quality find workhanship It has caught and reflects the Christmas spirit in all of its beauty and sentiment It is sure to bring tears of appreciation into many an eye before 4 this childstide is past OAf3TORIABow thoTheBlgnatnro JAof FORMER FRANKFORT BOY SUICIDES Will Full is aped 20 years a former Frankfort boy committed suicide in Columbus Indon Sunday He had been involved in some trouble and this result t followedTHE OF TWENTY YEARS AGO t Just twenty years ngoin 1SS4 a trotting horse in single har ness covered a mile in 210 for geldLr tacky but owned by the late r Jerome 1 Case of Racine Wis l was the trotter that accomplished t this epochal feat tend thereby won for himself enduring fame in turf history His performance took place at Narragansett Park track still one of the most prom inent members of the grand cir cuit Providence R I August but he was king for a day o- nlyIns the next afternoon Maud S re her lost championship by in 2 Ofl at Cleveland therefore the first trotter beat 210 says J L Hervey We have gone a good ways in these twenty years that have since elapsed and today there are no less than 222 trotters with oflicial tteehnicnl records of 210 or bet ter while 15S is the highwater mark Stilln 210 trotter com mantis much respect as a high recordfby themselves as representatives of the best of the year Judged OP this basis the trot ters of 1004 have been collec tively the best and fastest of any season The 210 list that is the list of new 210 trotters as distinguished from previous ones that have lowered their records is the largest on record It con talus no less than thirtytwo dif ferent names The previous largest number for a single year was twentynine in 1002 Last 4yearthere were but twentysix I 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 in nuiiino GO CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion glue to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go ton warmer clime you will find that ca0sumptiyesthere and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25s regular size 75c At all drug gists yr FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS- PLTLLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS OX TUB POPULA- RHENDERSON ROUTE HETWEEX LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS TIDE WEST AN- DSOUTHWEST If you want to travel on the Solid Comfort Line get the Henderson Route Habit Its a good habit to acquire Ask thp agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Agt Trnv Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the BIuo Gross State oculd not remedy bad liver or the hundrodandono ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a had liver at the same tinYour liver must ho in fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light ot stop vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You can your liver in flue condition by using Greens August Flower the great est of nIl medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It limas rcnedyforFlower will make your liver healthy und active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles ii At all druggists lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies tho blood Cerate heaJllllkln eruption HAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Frankfort Residents Enthusiastic No wonder scores of Frankfort citizens grow enthusiastic It is onnuirh to make any ono happy to ufferlngPublicing are lint truthful ropresenta tions of the daily work done in ilIfIof 29 Murray street says Ordinary backache is sufficient to tor mont the average mortal but when there is added to it trouble with emIwonder the sufferer is miserable emIloublyhnrdabout Doans Kidney Pills that I found a remedy that would do just what was claimed for it I pro oured a box of the pills at J W Gayles drug store and their use corrected the kidney secretions re mayhackthere is no need to have any doubt They1oFor sale by all dealers Prico 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Ruf alo New York solo agents for the United States- Remember time name Doans and take no oth- erCA1gTORZA Bear theTheSignature Aof Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWNCINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA A T L ANT A- BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT 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 still you your supply this fall and will for sure treat you nicely J T Spencer 22w- II F IIbtPfflllYER SONS Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Offer for the Fall of 1001 n full stook of Fruit und Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Snail Fruits Shrubs and everything for the Orchard Lawn and Garden applicntlonSept 98m OLD TAYLOR TIlE PKEMIEIl KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I i J i i11 il p iii Ktj The Kind You Havo Always Bought mid which has been in use for over 30 years has boiyio time signature of All c29Counterfeits 1sonnlExperiments that Infants and Children What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation an1 Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years t If yon are interested in the future welfare of your family or in your own old age fill out the coupon below and moil to Ralph R Wilson 1SPECIAL EquitableILife TH- ESTRONGEST IN THE WORLD Namo Address I Could Vocation afford to spend pet annum for assurance LI think Ill buy assurance about 1 Vacation Days Those who from experience know how much of pleasure Is contributed ffamousganof a route select The Lake Shore Michi through trains or by of the eastern and middle states Including Lake Chautauqua south shore of Lake Erie country and Its Islands lake region In I northern Indiana and southern Michigan Niagara Falls f JfifSt Lawrence River Adirondack and Const Canadian places etc Reduced Rate Tickets on sole June to September 30 All lines sell In connection with The Lake ShoreMichigan Southern Ry es accorded on tickets over LakehCvs small folder sent free on request SUIIIMER BOOKSTho following books will be useful for your vacation plans and will be sent for 8 cents in postage or 2 cents each for any single copy to cover mailing tLakeTours toa select list of tours to the eas and t For Information about any particular resort rates or other matters or above books address A J SMITH Q P eX T A Cleveland O Ai THOUSANDS CURED DiWitts Witch Hazel Salvo bas cured thousands of OIHNR of PUns 1r bought n box of DoWlttH Wltoh Hazel Salvo on time reoommonda tiou of our iiniirgist writes O H LnCroix of Zavalla Tex nol used it far a shiliborn case of Piles It cinrrd im pornmuuntly II Sold hy J W Giy lo ptsiA A GOOn COMPLEXION + Sparkling eyes land rosy cheo1s restored h using DoWitts Little IiEarly Rttlir writes S P Moore of Nntmgdnoho Tux A certain cure for hillioimuofw con stipation eto Small nill anny to take easy to nut Sold by J W GayleJfi 7t tli i