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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT j jt 7 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKAIS 100 In Advance VOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC3r 1904 NOal ii i rCHRISTlHAS AT 1HcCI URE S I DONT WORRYABOUT WHAT TO BUY For months we have been making preparations for this holiday business It is a perplexing question with all of us as to what to buy for a Christmas remembrancehard to think what this friend would like or that one A visit to iMcClures will probably help you to unconsciously solve this problem Whether it does or not the beauty of the goods and the variety of things shown will make the time spent here very enjoyable After an hour here we think you will be equally as enthus iastic about the beauty of the display as we are and we want every person in Frankfort whether you want to buy or not to visit our store within the next few days Early selections afford the great est choice We will keep for you any thing you may buy now and deliver it any where in town you may wish at any time between now and Christmas day R K McCluref Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET i FRANKFORT KENTUCKY China 71 new Departure We were so fortunate as to buy the entire sample line of a large importer of decorative China at a price far below usual We will offer It at from 13 to 14 Less Chan Regular Prices Or about the usual wholesale price There are tankards vases pitchers chocolate pots sugars and creams plates cups and saucers rose vases and a great variety of smaller pieces Some Kelva ware some German China and a great deal of Japanese China now so popular This is a beautiful display and will interest all lovers of pretty China The pricey will vary from 25c up to about 600 for the handsomer pieces A piece of beautiful China is a most appropriate gift for any lady BASKETSAn display of work baskets is one of the features of our holiday line These come in all sizes from the smallest up to the handsome ones satin and silk lined Prices are very Our usual distinct line of art calendars at all prices from 10c to 150 We know of nothing that any woman will appreciate more than a beautiful calendar FANCY BOX PAPER Our box papers are always a feature at holiday time This year we think both boxes and papers surpass any we have ever seen It would seem that the makers Geo B Hurd Co have even exceeded their own reputation for artistic box paper Prices 50c to 200 Purses and Leather Bags Our line of leather goods is always the rep resentative one of the city Any lady will ap preciate a handsome bag any gentleman a fine pocketbook SLIPPERS Mens leather and felt everettes and romeos ladies and childrens genuine Dolge felt slippers in all tho beautiful shades Several colors in ladies felt slippers at 100 a pair BIBLES AND BOOKS We sell a great many Bibles every Christinas The most appropriate Christmas remembrance possible Our line of books is larger than usual All the best selling copyrights juveniles toy books for the children etc GAMESThe boys and girls like these Crokinole for 100 Plenty of 6c and 10c games Flinch Pit Sherlock Holmes Gamut and all the new 50c editions always form a prom inent part in our holiday display From 25c up to 750 SILK UMBRELLAS Ladies and gentlemens sizes either in wood or pearl gold or silver handles Some beautiful handles at 300 and then at all prices up to 12 Ink Stands and Paper Weights Appropriate for either ladies or gentlemen Some unusual and exceedingly pretty designs FOUNTAIN PENS- Watermans the best at prices from 150Ito 300 o now for the Wen o DRESS SUIT CASES A magnificent line of these For instance an allleather case good size linen lined with linen shirt fold inside brass lock and leather straps in tan brown and olive at the price of 500 A nd then finer ones up to 2000 for a genuine alligator case i 8Jc Dark Cloth good this Per yard 29 inches wide Suit inches wide in Our is thanlarger Blue und Brown extra only 79c yd 36 indies wide Silk in Black 100 r nt Gloves I lot of Huck good lOc each Belts Hand Furs etc A good All Wool 104 extra value only 350 poi paw 32 inch wide worth Iffc per yd this week only IOe IOc Cotton you can buy 3 rolls for 25e AII t 1 1 No St O1 i tre 1f Fr i i t 1t t2iC i t it tiIQJ JoH tw ub ts dont believe there is a man living who has enough neckties Our Soc line is unusual Wide and puffs arc the predom inating shapes The colorings this fall are un IJusually rich and warm with browns and burnt ranges much in evidence Keiser Barathea tics at and Full Dress j These are always always useful We have a most equisite range of patterns beIginning at 100 and running on up to 300 j SHIRTS Some special prices on Manhattan colored laundried shirts The 200 kind for 150 and the 150 ones for 100egauntlets at 350 and t5OOtl at 25c and 50c Initial at The and 25c Silk handker chiefs at from 25c up A assort ment to select from FANCY Handsome suspenders a single pair in a box i 1 at from 50c to 300 FANCY SOCKS We always have a beautiful display of these at 25c and Soc For men boys and children We have pared especially for the demand for sweaters and have a most pleasing variety of patterns and styles at prices from 50c to 150 Mens sweaters at all prices up to 500 VASESlYou cant miss it by giving a man one of J these It is bound to be an gift ID our sample china line is a t GAMES Look at and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trlx the new card game A WEEK BARGAINSt I ITS TO CONSIDER PRICES MENTIONED weekDress GoodsOuting quality only6c Heavy ydChristmasselection evClfiO Cheviot Toilet BoxesIoo quality Taffeta Shaving Sets qualityonly 79cyd Inkstands Vases Fancy China Ware Albums Handkerchiefs Umbrellas BagsslZC quality only7c Blanket Madras Shirting Batting BE SURE AND COME c KAGIN BRO lS4143 ilkfart Kentucky 7 r TIESWe fourinhands 10- 0Mufflers Protectors acceptable COLORED 1lUe1ClarkHANDKERCHIEFSLinen handkerchiefs magnificent SUSPENDERS j SWEATERSipreJ TOBACCO appreciated SPECIAL ChuckaLuck OF YOUR GAIN IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT Fancy Goods Towels BIG CUT IN Tailor Made SUITSREMEMBER BUT FIRSTCLASS GOODS ARE OFFERED MERE 1aat half pricefiai E00 and 1100 I r iM One lot of Suits that were 2500 1 iHoUml 4000 JOlt can have choice of anyone at exactly half price 1250 1875 and 2000 v p Dont wait 1oitrpof1J3UT COMliJ A1 OiNCE as they wont stay liMe long at such ridiculous prices I t 1i J J PER3ONALfir banker wns hero on Saturday- Dr 1 W Hill loft Monday foIl Hopkinsville for a few days r Mr John W Milnm made a busi ness trip to Louisville on Saturday Mr Too LoCompte of Lexington was in tho city Sunday Mrfe S Th VanMeter of Lexing ton was in tho city this week Mr lien F Suter made a busi doss trip to Louisville this week Dr A H Balmy left this wpok for his now homo at Hopkinsville- Mr Pat Buhannan has returned from a visit to Louisville Hon Geo S Fulton af Bards town was in tho city this week Mayor J S Darnell and wife visited in Louisville this week Mrs Houston Wood visited in Louisville this week Mrs Chins E Hugo visited In Louisville this week Mr C Cyrus Turner of Mt Ster ling was here Tuesday Hon Eli H Brown made a busi ness trip to Taylorsvillo this week Dr M H Yeaman of Lakeland was in the city this week Judge R Bennett of Greonup was in tho city this week Mr G T Blackley of Pewee Volley was a visitor here this week Mr Philip Fall Taylor has moved from Clayton Ga to Madison SC Judge D W Gardner of Salyers ville was in tho city Thursday Mrs Kate Rogers visited rela tivos in Louisville this week Miss Edna Bridges left yesterday for Cincinnati O Misses Gertrude and Minnie Ledridgo have returned from the Worlds Fair MrT J C Bach of Jackson attended the Court of Appeals this week Judge R L Stout and Prof J W Newman of Versailles were here Tuesday on legal business Mr Walter A Roberts of this GeorgetownMonday Mr John A Ward sheriff of Har Ian county was in tho city Mon clny Hon Judson Harmon of Cincin nati argued a case In the Court of Appeals here this week Dr John P Stewart of the Stow art Home made a business trip to Birmingham Ala this week Mr John T Hinton of Paris exRepresentatho from Bourbon county was hero Tuesday Miss Tots Trabue of Louisville was the guest of her grandmother Mrs M A Murphy this week Cadet J Allen Crittenden K M I was the guest of his aunt Mrs M Cl Haycraft this week 2Br Paul Collins of Central University Danville was at home for a few days this week Miss Alma Miles who has been f visiting relatives in Lexington has returned homo Mr Gayle Ford and wife of Dixon Springs Penn were guests of Mrs W H Posey this week Mrs H S Keller and sister Miss Coranel Ontclier have returned from a visit to Georgetown Miss Addle Jouett visited her brother Mr Roy Jouett out in the country this week Mrs Henry T Stanton of Shel byville visited her daughter Mrs J Gray McLean this week Mr J H Cutter and wife of New York visited friends hero this week Mr Sam Whitehead who has been at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville has come home Mrs1 E Brewer of Louisville was the guest of relatives hero this Alex Johnson has returned from a visit to his brother Dr Roger Johnson at Earlington Mr Roht A Burton who has been visiting relatives at his old home at Lebanon has returned Mrs A M Slack and child visited her parents in Georgetown this week Col John R Allen of Lexington was in the city on legal business MondayHon Lewis McQuown of Bowl ing Green was in the city this week Mrs R P Popper and daughter Miss Maim visited Mrs Chas D Clay inFayetto county this week Miss Emmie and Hattie Soott visited friends in Georgetown this week DR E ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Office and residence above WEITZEL ODONNKLL 8t3 Main St Old 184 TELEPHONED Nw 136 L i2 w Dont Make A Mistake Not but the nsk cheapeti- nyour forLEADER FLOUR r cost but saves you money in the No spoiled broad to throw away Satisfaction throe times per day For sale by the best groceries hut a special with John Driscoll M Elhvanger and C V Salloll Trof C Norwood State Geol oaisr of Ijoxiiitfton was in the city Tuesday Mr Inul and Miss Madge Bur nUll returned to school at Rich need this wool Mr las l1 Wakcflold who has boon at Ucnttyvillo for somo time returned house Monday evening Capt 1 T West and wife reI tnrnud from Eastern Kontuoky on Tuesday Mr Grant L linborts and son Inning 10th rued Sunday from n weeks visit to tho Worlds Fair Dr Minnie C Dimlap of the Eastern KyLuuntie Asylum was a visitor lioro this week Mr Win Ayres of Pinoville attended the Court of Appeals this week Col Jas A Scott uncle a bush ness trip to Memphis Penn this week Mis McFarlaiul of Louisville was tho guest of Mrs R L Gnu stench West Side this week Master Edgar E Hume Jr has matriculated at Central University DanvilleMr B Dryden Sr re turned from Dayton Ohio on Thursday night Mrs Geo V Triplet of Owens boro who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Master Leslie Scottow who has boon visiting relatives in Louisville returned home Col Sam J Shackleforcl and wife who have hoer in the east have returned home Col Ed Fennell of Cynthiana Prison Commissioner is in tho city for the winter Mr 0 L Galvin of Covington attended the Court of Appeals this Kate M Williams who has been visiting relatives in tho South has returned hoino Miss Alice Trabne of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Virgil Hewitt Thnrsdny Judge A E Richards of Louis ville attended tho Court of Appeals this week Mr Ed E Abbott of the K D W H Co made a business trip to Covington on Wednesday- Col Chas M Lewis has been elected chairman on the Shelby County Democratic Committee Hon D L Thornton of Ver sailles was in tho city on legl business Saturday Judge Field McLeod of Ver sailles was in tho city on legal business Saturday Judge T R McBonth loft Satur day for a visit to his house at Leitchlleld Attorney Chits M Harris of Versailles was in the city on legal business Saturday Mr Thos Rodman of Chicago Ills was the guest of relatives lucre this weelIMr John C Herndon of Louis vine was tho guest of his sister Miss Annie Herndon this week Prof J H Fuqua and wife who have been visiting their son have returned home Mr Geo L Sehon agent of the Childrens Home Society Louisville was in tho city this week Juirdo Junes Denton of Senior set Collector of Internal Revenue for the Hth District was here this week Miss Eliza Overtoil who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W D Reed in Louisville has returned home Mrs C C Calhoun and Miss Susie Overtoil leave today for Washington City to spend the win terMiss Mary Gray of Washington City was the guest of Mr Robt A Burton Shelby street this week Mrs W L Cannon and daughter of Midway were guests of her brother Mr neo F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mr Ed H Grant of St Louis Mo carne in Monday night to visit his parents Maj J A Grant fwd wifeMr Will F King of Mt Sterling commercial tourist for Stoll Ham ilton Co Lexington was hero MondayMiss Tyler of Hagorman College Lexington was the guest of Mrs W H Rich Fourth Ave nue this week Miss Mary Short and Miss Jennie Gaither of Louisville who have 01ChnpmnnDr John G South and bride have returned from their wedding tour and are at the Ch Hotel for the winter Master Marshall Adams visited his grandparents Mr A Kj Marshall and wife in Mason coun ty this weekI lJ I IJt old fJ iItIIb I WHENI OLD ST NICK COMES WHIRLING IN WITH HIS PRESENTS RICII AND RARE HE WILL HAVE NO GIFTI THAT WILL PLEASE THE FAIR SEX MORE THAN JEWELRY HE IS SURE TO HA I JEWELRYGIVING QUITE A LOT OF IS IT YEICOMING EVERY MORE GENERAL YEARIWE OFFER YOU A LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM A T UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES FOR YOUR CHRIST MAS GIFTS Diamonds Gem = set Jewelry Silverware Watches Clocks Cut Glass Umbrellas Opera Glasses OUR HOLIDAY STOCKS ARE IN AND READY FOR YOU COME BEFORE THEY HAVE LOST THEIR CHOICEST BITS IM A SELBERT RELIABLE JEWELER 23Q ST CLAIR ST AIE1cHAEE NEXT WEBI 36 inch warranted Silk 98c from 125 Wide Silks for Suits 75c was 100 40 in All wool Dress Goods 39c from 50c 40 in All wool Dress Goods 49c from 75c 50 in Scotch Suiting 1 was 125 and 150 Misses Coats and Jackets 450 500 was 000 and 750 Ladies Jackets 450 and 500 was GOO and 750 Ladies Long Coats 750 was 950 Ladies Long Coats 1000 was 150 All wool Blankets 250 300 375 and 400 per pr Fur Scarfs and Stoles from 100 each up to the finest Isabella Christmas Novelties IQc 15c 25c and 50c Pr h J HEENEY Mrs Maggie May Todd of Madi son Tnd who has boon the guest of relatives hero has returned house Mrs Eliza S fcDllnnldIIf Louisville was the guest of her bother Mr En H Coloman tills r week ledge J P Hobson anti daugh tr Miss Mary Belle have returned from a visit to Dr Willis Uobson at Harrods Creek d Miss Teresa Berryman of Ver sailles who has hen the guest oftiher aunt Mrs W H Posey has p returned home Miss Teros McDermoft of Paris who was tho truest of her sister Mrs loin P Hauley has returned home t Miss Annie Thornton of Paris d who was tho guest of Mrs Joint P Hanley Shelby street lias returned home r Mr Hurry Roberts and wife of parents1Irby street this week CovingtonMrs Mollie Thomas Logan street this week t Rev Dr J MoC Blaynoy left Monday morning for St Louis Mo to visit his son Mr J MoC Blayney Jr 5 Mr Richard W Van Doroor and wife of Lexington were guests ofthis mother Mrs Anna Vnn Jveer on Sunday Hon J N Kohoe defeated cans Congressinthis week Mrs E E Hume who leas been visiting her sister Mrs T Lindsey Blaynoy at Danville has returned homo J Mr John A Grant wife and son t of St Louis are guests of his r parents Mia11 Alex Grant and wife Washington street y Mrs Au Fish back of Louis ilhRgant now home on Conway street Miss Edgar of Paris and Miss Clark of Lexington are guests of Mrs Jas F Montgomery Shelby streetMrs IIfAnnie Rankin of Lebanon Ut was the guest of Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott Shelby street this F week Mrs Grant L Roberts was called i to Minerva Ohio yesterday after noon by the dangerous illness of her father lRev M B Adams was called to New Castle Sunday to preach the funeral of an old friend and par f i5hlonerr1Jdaughtreturned from a visit to Mrs Ernest iI Bell in Lexington Mr George Watson of Centrali lUniversity who was at hume for ilDnmMiss Llda Kdelen who is nttendiing school in Danville a pleasant visit to her ledge tturnedf Mr John W Day a high oflloer Jj in the Knights and Ladies of Hon or was tho guest of Mr W B tChenowith Holmes street this week I ydentton visited her parents Mr Gee C tfAivinMr John B Dryden Miss Mollie Dryden and Mr W T Reading were called to Dayton 0 on Tues dray by the dangerous illness of Mr David C Dryden Messts John MoGibbon and Earl Sensor of Cynthiana wore tho guest of Misses Carrie Brock and Miss Fonnell at Crescent Saturday and Sunday last ViewtMrs Mary Leo Tromore laughter Miss Georgia Ann returned from a visit to her son Mr Will Tremoio in Jessamine county 3 familyhave i 1Iprettiest of tho many pretty homes on the South Side NO MORE SUFFERING r If you are troubled with i idi gestion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Guru and see how quickly CIit will euro you Geo A Thom son of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years hopelessKodol mended and I used a few bottles f of it and it is the only thing that J 1 has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with 4 local physicians and also at Chi t sago and oven wont to Norway i with hopes of getting somo relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done mo l x any good and I heartily recom Tmend it Every person suffering with Indigestion or dyspepsia should use it Sold by J W Gayle i TWO FINE SERMONS Owing to tho fact that Rev M B Adnms the pastor of the First Baptist Church was called to Now Castle to preach the funeral of an old and dnar friend Rev Geo B Eager D D f tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary supplied for Mr AdamsHo preached two very fine ser mons The morning discourse was from the text Brethren if a mano overtaken by a fault ye which are spiritual restore such an one in the spirit of meek ness considering thyself lest thou also be tempted Bear ye one anothers burdens and so fulfill tho law of Christ It was a strong and tender pre denlihgiwere un aware or as he put it were over taken by a fault not those who willingly surrendered to sin He urged tho gentlest consideration for the weak ones of the flock commending at the same time the sturdy and strong Chris tian And yet he sounded a note of warning to those who believed themselves strong to beware of the devil in ambush citing Esau David and Peter as illustrations- At the evening service Dr Eagers text was By Silvanus a faithful brother unto His theme was the commendation re ceived by those who were faithful in the small duties laid upon them He urged all Christians to remember that faithfulness was the greatest of all the graces even if they were not called to fill the prominent positions which they might deserve Be thou faith ful unto death and thou shalt re ceive a crown of life The large congregations present were greatly pleased and benefit ted by these splendid presenta tions of the truths of the gospel Dr Eager is an attractive and pleasing speaker and held the un divided attention of his hearers W Early Risers The famous little pills NEW COMMITTEE ORGANIZED The newlyelected Democratic County Committee met on Mon day last and organized by the l election of Mr John D Griffin as Chairman and Mr Clarence Julian as Secretary The committee t then adjourned until today at f which time the several contests will be considered and other mat t ters of importance fOASTOElJABears theTheSignature Aof STRANGE THING ABy telephone message from Mill yesterday morning we P learned that there was a rise of some six inch3s in Main Elkhorn at that place and muddy water at thatWhere the rise canto from no one seems to know It is a puz zle to the oldest inhabitant anyta was a forerunner of heavy rains i but they do not remember to have seen or heard ofsuch a thing in t their day t STARTLING EVIDENCE Fresh testimony in great quan tity is constantly coming in de glaring Dr Kings New Discovery- for Consumption Coughs and Colds to I e unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorvillo Va serves as exam t pIe He writes I had Bronchitis for three years und doctored all the time without being bene fited Then I began taking Dr t Kings Now Discovery and a few i bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Con sumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 60c and 100 j MARRIED CRAIGOLDIIAM In Davioes county xi n Wednesday November 15 Mr Eugene Craig and Miss Margaret Oldlmm wero married Mr Craig is ono of the most efficient and popular young men now in the revenue service in this district His homo is at Ver sailles He is a cousin of Mrs J B Lewis and is well known here jjf His brjjn is a cultivated hand some and popular Daviess county girl She is a cousin of Capt C C and Miss Leila Calhoun They will make their homo in VersaillesWe our sincerest con gratulations w A VICTORY TO BE PROUD OF Is the final und absolute cure of a sore throat in which the raw ness rind tenderness have been spreading dangerously near those guardians of life the lungs The luxury ofa sound throat and robust lungs is most keenly enjoyed by people who having suffered all the consequences of a little cold you know have been rescued from misery and danger by Allens Lung Balsam REFUSED TO ALLOW VOTE TO BE FILED At the meeting of the City Council on Monday night a mo tion was made to file the certifi cate of the vote cast at the recent election upon the ratification of the contract with the Peoples Electric Light Co The motion was rejected by a vote of 8 to 2 What new complications will come up now are not yet devel oped WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experi ence of Mrs S H Newson Deca tur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by all druggists BUILDING HANDSOME HOME Mr rims P Rogers commenced the erection ofn twostorysix room residence on Monday lo cated on the corner of Main and Fourth Avenue South Side Mr Hurry Bacon has the con tract The house will be a handsome structure and will have all the modern conveniences BIG LOUISIANA PURCHASE WORLDS FAIR CLOSED Promptly at midnight on Thursday December 1st tho big gest and most splendid Worlds Fair was closed The day was designated as Francis Day in honor of Mr David R Francis of St Louis the president of tho Fair und was a holiday Vast crowds attended and the closing scenes wero marked by general sadness upon tho part of those present About 18000000 people had paid admission fees and tile affair generally witS a financial success so far as paying expenses though very little if anything left for the stockholders There is but little doubt that this exposition was the most perfect in fact and in detail of any held in the world Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sat LOOKAt THESE PRICES And Figure Out How Much Money You Can Save by Dealing with Us New Buckwheat Flour 4 cents a Rolled Oats 4 cents a poundNew Flaked Hominy 8 cents a pound New Cracked Hominy 8 cents ai pound aRNewcents a pound New Carolina Head Rice 7I cents a pound Now Navy Beans hand picked 8 cents a quart w New Apricots choice 12 cents a poundINew Apricots 14 cents a pound New Apricots extra fancy 17 cents a pound 011111 New Peaches fancy 12 cents nI 141centsNew Jumbo a Nectarines 12 cents a lb New Evaported Apples 81 cents a pound New Split 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 Saner 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 bottleNew 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 cnn New New York State Corn fancy 12 cents a can New Early June Peans 8 for 25c New Early Juno 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 catso medium size 7 cents en a11otuulpoundR8 cents a pound New Muscatel Raisins 4 Crown cents a pound 110New Currants 10 cents a pack ageNew Citron 18 cents a pound poundNewa quart jar New Codfish whole S cents a poundNew Macaronni broken 5 cents a pound New Macaronni in 1lb pack ages 7t cents New Mince Meat in bulk S cents a pound New Mince Meat in packages 9 cents a package All kinds of Chewing Gum 8 cents a package Equallylowthe finest grown Cape Cod Cran berries and Fresh Oysters received daily Best Granulated Sugar IS pounds for A FEW SPECIAlS APS 2lb can Fancy Lima Beans at 5 cents a can Only about 90 cans left NutroCrisp the best ofnil breakfast foods About 120 packages left at half price 2 for 15 cents THE Blue Grass GROCERYBoth Roth Bros Proprietors k j KILLTHB COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH ktljjg9s New IBS W fY i PricoF100 Free Trial surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LESI or MONEY SAGE 131y INTERNAL REVENUE The following are the assign ments of U storekeepers keepergangers and storeI tho month of December as by Colloctor Roberts 1Adnm Fieber Lexington J 11 Walker day T E Old FICroghnnJ W Jewett night Andrew U Leonard gauging 2Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort S A Powell day W H Sneed additional C H Morgan addditional F D Clark gauging UH E Pogue Distillery Co Maysville J S Vallingford day P D Wells additional and bottling C T Asbury addi gnuger4VfortW A Hamilton day A W Nazor additional I T Nest additional J E Hanrahan bot ing5James Lex ingtonJohn T Gunn day E F Darnaby meal room W G Dunlap additional T L Mc Connell additional and bottling A B Piper night D C Berry gauging6Poyntz storekeepergauging9S J P Rogers day P P Parrish additional R H Davenport additional P G Powell bottling W T Crosthwait gauging 10 Peacock Distillery Co layD11S C Herbst Frankfort Speed F Owen day W M Saf gauging1G G White Co Paris N A Moore day J M Bur bridge additional J R Sams gaugingDistilleryCoday J 0 Kash additional and gauging2J storekeepllllilMtu 32E M Babbitt Versailles E Craig day W F additional and SchoolerI AllNight PrescriptionService There is not an hour of tho twentyfour but that proscriptions ian he filled here and our night service is of the same high grad as that furnished during the lay Emergencies are apt to arise in every family when it becomes neces prescriptionfilled closed At sucha time wo want you to take ad vantage of our allnight service No llleretlsed cost for tho accommodation Our prescription chargts are always reasonable The Gayle nrn Stores Pinkerton gauging 88 George linker Frankfort W S Lyne day J A Logan i additional r W Black meal room Z1 Phelps night John Stophanski gauging 8iJOltil Cochran it Co Frank fort W D Blanding lay J R pills additional and bottling F D Clarke gauging Inr Eo Pepper Co Yar nnlJtonJV Combs stJrekeepjergauging 1k 4K N T JJoggs BlnltleC L Osborne storekeepergauging ItGusgauging 152LabF0t Graham Frank fortC H Talbott day J T Berry additional and bottling t S gnnging5Ug Sons dayTLemastor bottling C N Wiard gauging iiParis Distilling Co Paris J M Russell day C Throckmorton additional U G Carey additional J R Dagley meal room W B Anderson at bottling R D Grant night D C Berryman and J P Hutch craft gauging J1J J M SafYell Frank fortI B Walcutt day H S Sinclair bottling C N Wiard gauging12AT Conn Son Lime stoneRolla Fannin storekeeper gaugerJtiJ N Blakemore Frank fortB McElroy storekeeper gauging Stamping keepergauging 10UW A Gaines Co Frankfort G P McCann day HenryNewson Harpbottling118Geo T Stagg Co Frank fortR Strauss day C M Kash additional J G Brawner bottling t John Stephanski gauging PUBLIC WAREHOUSE General Bonded Warehouse ty LexingtonF G Sparks store keepergauging LLhaay store keepergauging JLexington J 1 RECTIFYING HOUSES LexingtonR S Strader Son Stoll CoT J Smith Co James E Pepper Co H S Foreman gauger Frankfort J P Williams C N Wiard gauge- rMaysvilleH E Pogue IIMi GafHn gauger 0 THE BURGOMASTER et Gustav Luders the composer of ufhe Burgomaster that most tuneful ofall musicalcomedy successes had to stand up to watch a performance of this his favorite work in Chicago re cently Luders stood bravely through the entire performance When tho famous song Time Tale of tho Kangaroo was sung bytthe big company Luders went to Mr W P Cullen tho manager of tho company and said If I couldonly get another libretto like The Burgomaster I could write some more music as good as this Nothing I have ever done since has inspired me as The Burjo master did Luders also composed the music for King Dodo and Prince of Pilsen This season The Bur gomaster is seen with a new pro duction and new costumes and with a notable cast headed by Oscar L Figman and including Charles Sharp Oscar Ragland Fred Bailey R J Moyo Olga von Hatzfoldt Louise Brackett Har riett Sheldon Dorothy Rae and otherskJtThe Burgomaster will betseen at Capital Theatre Monday Jnf night December 5 Seats now on sale at Barretts Book Neglected colds StoreIgraveyards Dr Woods WilY Pine Syrup helps men women to a happy ago h fflEFranKfortRoiiiKlaDoiit Entered at the postofllce at Frankfort Ken tucky as second class mailable matter lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub i FRANKFORT DECEMBER 31904 If CARELESS AND DISHONEST WORK Recently some parties have had quite a lot of small pamphlets sent to this city for distribution which have been turned over to others to distribute to the resi dunces of our citizens The parties who undertook to do the workevidently became disgusted the job and throw bunches IIwith to seventyfive of them at a number of out of the way places to get rid of doing honest work for their money literaturetwork done properly A SPLENDID SUCCESS The Thanksgiving Day edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tri fcune is an exhibit of the splendid theI1Ire- liable paper It contained sixty four pages of interesting lend well illustrated matter showing the business enterprises of Cincinnati and the cities contiguous Many portraits of business men sxre given who have helped to de Aelop these cities We congratulate the managers upon the 110th anniversary the establishment of that paper BUYS LOT Mr Henry Ringold purchased this week the warehouse property on Lewis street formerly occupied by J G Dudley ifcBro nearly opposite the Elks Homer RUTS t The walking sick wha- ta crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion feeling of weakness theyI Need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh anal gives new life to the weak 1 i system t Scotts Emulsion gets is thin and weak persons out t of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and all druggists 1 4tl Deadly Grasp of Grip Prostrated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large centa e trace the cause directly to deadly LaGrippe It is a germ disease and makes a direct attack upon the nerves puttingan extra strain upon them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If aGrippe has left you wfi a shattered nervous system with loss lack of ins rnnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those who have suffered from that dreaded disea e LaGrippe I suffered sev eral weeks with it and nothing I tried teemed to benefit me in way shape or forth I sufferedalmost death and ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite cannot speak too highly of it and want to say each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe find instant relief getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on havinl it and take no other It is simply splendid Hnpin this will bencfitsomepoor I remain GEuRGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr silica Medical Co Elkhart lad SUNDAYS FIRES At 280 Sunday afternoon an alarm from box 24 called the fire boys to the yards of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Co where a blaze in a passenger car which was burning fiercely caused the heater to explode which wrecked the car The whole end of the car and top over the heater were blown away and the car itself de stroyed with the exception of the floor and trucks virtually de stroying it involving a loss of some 500 or 1000 above insur anceThe boys made a quick run after the alarm came in and did good work The explosion shook up the whole neighborhood Later in the afternoon an alarm from box 128 called the depart ment out but it was found to be a false alarm About the same time a tire was discovered on the hill beyond the Satifell Distillery generally known as Crocketts hill where the leaves underbrush and trees were burned away involving a considerable loss to the owners JUST AS A FIRE Spreads in dry grass and weeds so does an inflammation of the throat the result oftl cold grow down into the sensitive air coldIcough use Allens Lung Balsam It will certainly heal the sore throat and lungs and it may save you from consumption SMALLPOX IN PEN John Blnncon a convict in the local Pen who had arrived there only a day or so ago from Elliott county was found to have smallpox on Tuesday He was at once placed in the pesthouse and every convict who had been exposed to the contagion was isolated With the stringent measures taken there is but little if any danger of the disease spreading STUBBORN BOVINE A cow which was being driven down Lewis street on Tuesday became stubborn and dashed into the house of Mrs Anna K Payne scattering things at a lively rate fiuallyIrelief of those concerned i I ittf1 tJ1U DESPITE SCARCITY OF WATER Crops Have Not Suffered Much in Lexington Section Lexington Ky Nov 29 Special While the droutl through Central Kentucky has been very severn during the past summer it is not thought crops have been damaged to any extent H C Hillenmeyer the well known nurseryman and author ity on crop conditions stated to night that fully onethird of the wheat crop in this section was not up yet and unless rain fell within the next few days damage would likely result to that portion pf the wheat crop He said exactly the saute circumstances prevailed last summer and that the crops were firstclass in every respect and he does not look for any un usual conditions to prevail this year In regard to the scarcity of water Mr Hillenmeyer said that the stock in some parts of Central Kentucky was suffering to some extent but that so far it had not reached a serious stage Observer Dean of the Weather Bureau said tonight that a very light rain fell in this section No vember 18 and that a good rain of onehalf inch fell three days previous on November 10 He said there were no immediate signs of rain but that the indications were for a high barometer and colder weather A BLOW IN THE BACK An overcoat is a necessary nui sance and the tendency to take it off on warmish days in late au tumn and winter is as strong as it is unwise A treacherous wind hits you in the back and the next morning you have lumbago Rub well and often with Perry Davis Painkiller and you will be aston ished to find how quickly all sore ness is banished There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis AGED AND BELOVED LADY GOES HOME At her home in Spotsylvania county Va on Saturday Mrs Lucy Daniel Hollnday relict of the late Mr James Holladay aged 81 years of heart failure Mrs Hollladay was the fifth daughter of Mr John Lewis of Llangollen this county Although born in Virginia she was raised and educated in this county She was a woman of fine mind and re tentive memory warm heart and loving hands She was a devout member of the Presbyterian Church and a sincere Christian She was the aunt of the editor and proprietor of this paper as well as of Messrs W J and W H Lewis and Miss Mary P Lewis of Woodlake She leaves one sister Mrs Su san R Price of Richmond Va one daughter and one son Miss Louise Hnnd Mr John W Hol laday of Spottsylvania county Va and several grandchildren to mourn her departure The funeral services were con ducted by her pastor on Monday afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Bel Air Mrs Holladay was well known and beloved by a large number of the older citizens of this city and countywho will regret to hear of her death To the aged laid lonely sister and bereft son and laughter we tender our sincerest sympathy in their great sorro- wDr J S Collins DENTIST 921 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tt Io if t Pleasant to take J Laxative it Syrup iix J t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION jf Ask Your DoctorIAnd 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 LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will brlng1about 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 s ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE frAia7 NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO 1i Glaze Your If Win dowsli I tfj I have an immense stockof GI ASS till sizes rind CA interest you as to price andsquantitykSTAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etcazj ffi LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY LOCAL TIMETABLE COMPANYI EASTBOUND EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1901 NoI NojI Stations INo1 DailyNo8JiEx Saud Mrs j Ex Sun A M A MAM PMLeave Leave Ar 7I225 0 Lexington0 ArI 005 k 810 Winchester 600 B60 825I Olay City 489 406 Stanton 480r485 Natural Bridge 401 i449 62 Torrent IWII 847 r 51 Beattyvilla Junction 826 015 1008I 94Tackson lit 625 226r ITrains No a and connect nt 0 K Junction with the O K for Cunnol City and q local point on that linn Trains No1 and I connect tit Beattyville Junction with tho L A tUv for Trains No surd 8 connect with the O O Uy at L E Junction for at Sterling and local wtatlon h JR BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager Q p A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No 83 No DailySliftsA M Lve P M LveIAMAr PMAr o 980 285 Jackson sso 1120 0 280 O K Junction 885 1120 101U17W 128 Lee City 510 1222 21nNot and 22 will make close connection at O ft K Junction with Nod 3 and for polntt on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent ry YERKES FOR THE CABINET The suggestion of the Hong John W Yerkes of Kentucky as a representative Southern man 1for Mr Roosevelts new Cabinet the Louisville Herald has 1Bnys with cordial approval in quarters The Springfield 0 Sun commenting on it makes t this unreserved declaration If the President doesnt see fit to fill up the Cabinet with Ohio men where so many Ohio men belong he could do no bettor than appoint Yerkes whether Ken tucky went Republican or not Yerkes is one of the cleanest cut and most brainy men in the Southor the North either so far as that is concerned He is in no way mixed up with the party tends and fights that have given his State so much unsavory ad vertising und is a gentleman and A scholar withal John W Yerkes is a type of man that ought to suit Roosevelt in every particular He is young full of vigor morally and physia cally brave modest a gentleman of the old school handed down to new He is your true South 1ern gentleman without his preju- dicesl He is your orator without bombast and he is above all an and a student 1Vheu a man can be aKdn= tucky Republican without getting mixed up in petty quarrels and stand aloof from all the dark things that have taken place in byIMr Roosevelt has a habit of ap plensesIpoint this learned just man he will please not only himself but many men who have come to re gard brains and honesty as above party affiliation OASTORIAISignature of 1l u J NOTICE In addition to the regular sup per at their Annual Apron Sale ladies of Ascension Church will take orders for extra 1the in large or small num provided the order is tele phoned not later than Tuesday November 29th New phone lOB GOOD NEWS FOR TEACHERS Checks to cover 08000 the amount of saleries due the teach ors in the cities of the State were sent out on Tuesday by State Su perintendent of Public Instruc tion Fuqua This amount has been due these puidrlSome arrangement ought to be made by which the pittances due to teachers should be ready to pay over to them when due I OneMlnuteCoughCureor LIVERY FIRM DISSOLVED The firm of Noel tC McGinnis doing business at the old Church sat Bros livery stable on slain street east of the Capital Hotel has boon dissolved Mr S M Bee Noel retiring Mr McGin 1fliswill continuo the business Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Kesort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Assailant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo- O H HUNGERFORD District Pnnsenger Agent Louisville Ky IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered bv the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Communoing Sunday Juno flth Kentuckys popular line the Hen derson Rout will inaugurate a safe LOUIhwilletion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between those points Three daily trains will ho operated in each direction on the safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 8HO a in 100- p rn and 700 a in Arrive St Louis fl10 p in 720 a in and G1H p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattein and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky Time 830 a in train through without change of ears will bo composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and High back seat passenger coaches The 900 p in train through without will consist of Pullman Seeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high back seat pasienger coaches The 700 a m train have Parlor Cars Dining Curs mind high back seat passenger coaches Tho Dining Cars on day trauma will sdrve meals a In carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station StLouis 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 and will be glad to ticket you that way You will be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kontuckians FranKloriBincinoaiifig The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 f AliA M DAILY KXUKfT A pl PM- No84 No82 SUNDAY No81 No83 2 LvDFrankfort ArLIX 720 2 06UcCSfl Summit 211 7041 Elkhorn iaV706 219 1103 8 229 7 2J stamping Ground 0 286 7S3 DuvalL 1346 0 oiil 75 Johnson 6 47 7 Ib Geor Eetown Jo 35 6 3 i 55 S Depot i 6 2 8 off Newtown 9 6 07 ff07 838 Centerville 016639 811 8 Elizabeth 9 5 65 3208 Paris Junctn 6 3 8 80 Art Paris JLv WO 0 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q U KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MA M1fA M1PMI 200 6 60JLr J 8 Georgetown Ar 11000 6 6 to lEHAr Cincinnati Lv 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAu l- a5iP P M 200 Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Ar 80 LYTarts Ar S83 6 00 Ar Cincinnati Lv 065 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTS Frankfort Alll 25A720P Georgetown L 1080A625P 8 WPiIJjAIL Paris L BVJOA542P 0 Winchester LI 709A245P 8 15P Maysville 45A 15P Cynthiana L15 502P 720P 1254P IA 20A 151P Cincinnati 255P Conch Excursion tickets good every day except Friday and Satur day GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pras and Genl Supt G P A qu c 0 TIME TABLE IsOGTH1PM Lexington 820 621- 90JKrankfort 619- luuiShelbyvllle 01 At Louisville 1100 8 0221 No NORTHA PM Louisville 880 artX ShelDyvllle 928 7OC Frankfort 1018 7fA Lexington 1116 8C ll T17ff genuineLaxativethe remedy that curvet n cold In ono day A i1 Ni ir if tNi1 t o GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT St Louis USE THE iendenn Route THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FreeReclining Chair Cars OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS- TOST LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At LOUISVILLE KY New Fast Train TO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST lllnltsSunday May 19 The new trains 000 a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Art Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo lir Cadys Condition inwierfl are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 29 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and iLeConmtft Gayle Eczema scald head hives itchiness of the skin of anysort instantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At any drug store THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and buildup your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by all druggists HOLIDAY RATES Christmas and New Year via Queen tC Crescent Route One Faro and One Third for the Round Trip Minimum rate of 50 cents Tickets on solo December the 28 2125 and 81 and January 1005 Final limit January 4th 1005 To all points south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers east of the Mississippi river and to St Louis und to intermediate points on tile 1 C R R M 0 R R and the Southern Railway For information see agent or address E N Aiken T P A No 111 E Main St Lexington Kyor W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio rt bw rfj tfgit fId LA ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TOHAVANA- Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and thu weekly Southern Pacific b ti Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Houndtrip 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 Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond h 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 Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Jars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednesday NEW ORLEANS- A delightfullyunique city for the to tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars builetlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining curs Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Uu t Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and cold running water and telephone in every room Reached via Memphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send fori illustrated folder describing port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure FULL resortsIConcerning till of can be had of agents of the Illinois Cen trnl or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P A Louisville- A J McDOUGALL P A New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChioagoIJNO A SCOTT A G Memphis 2600 ROUND TRIP Via Queen Crescent Route Nov 2iM 1904- Between Lexington and KyINew Orleans San Antonio Galveston Houston Ft Worth Dallas Beaumont and Shreve port Tickets good 21 days from date of sale with privilege of stopover For information call at ticket ot flee 111 E Main St Lexington or address E N Aiken T P A Lexington K- yIllinois Central Seventh a River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No 104ILeaves in Arrives amNew Orleans Special No Lent 1201 p m Arrives 5851inNo Local Mall Leaves 720 n in Arrives 455 n in For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HodgCl1Ule und Hopkinsvillu no HodgenUleXo Accommodation Xo Leaves iSft p m Arrives 955 a m toIrjuiiicl 3lAtr ftunipn iI Hi tO Stlnlii1a1 eniJ11j11 0 WORLDS FAIR SBO TVGIN- S8OllllllRRAItWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the JORLDS FAII Look at the schedules dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis ville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis vine with sixteen section PullmanaSleeper 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 T W CREWS T P Agent Lexington Ky G MORGAN D T Agent Lexington Ky J DistrlotfPnssengerLouisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo THE BLUE GRASS rRACTIONtCO Cars leave Lexington for Paris U every hour from 8 a m to 7 p m land at tool p m Leave Paris t every hour from 7 a in to 8 p n1 iI and at 10 p m Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown A every hour from 7 a in to 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p in Y ALEXANDER President 20tf SOUTHERN RAILWAYii St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 1901 j Louisville Division No1 No No am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 1780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 HM Lavrrenceburjc 955 820 985 1016 643 9M Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No m p m luntILv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 300 700 Lexington 605 445 780 625 512 7115ILawrencebnrg 643 540 820 Shelbyville 720 62fl 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington ALso on trains Nos 5 and Through Obser vation chair cnr between Harrodi i burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the South and arriving j50 from the South through cars from and to Asheville C v1a Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisville 780 p m and arrive lug Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping can t wiIBetween 1StNo No 2 Lv Louisville Ar Princeton Huntingburg s60amllooopm f 41lLv St Louis r803 am 1000 ntt Ar Princeton 123 pm 803 a ra Huntingburg 255pm 425 a m SLouisville 545p m 710 am 4fNoLv Louisville mam ArHuntlnfburg 850 p m1 1145a m 1025 P mi loop m No 9 No Lv Evansville 780 am 115 p in Ar Huntlnuburg a ml 250 p m miLouisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis Cal1lIfirst r Louis itrains between Louisville and St Louts tCafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Lout Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cara with buffet service applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKs ICOPYRIGHTS Ac tna7 all lions on latenC4 ilent tree Oldest for securing patent iPatents taken rough Jlunn 4 recelTt tptctalnotUt t o o In the Scientific flmcricaw A handsomely Illustrated weoklr Tersest eta culatlon of sclonttBo Journal ear fourmontbs4L Bold by all nowedealent YorkBranchui unI mHJJUHdll zoJwi t J i A V nn IN d IIT1 l vT S F A R la E RIOY l Special Sale Dress Goods 39c A SATISFIED CUSTOMER IS MORE TO BE CONSIDERED THAN ADVANCE SALE OF ANY MEASURE OF PROFIT THATS ONE OF THE i1 FARMER STORE Large 1b0HOLIDAY GOODSworth 50c to This is an exceptional opportunity Ita u AN I oBuy your dress now and have ray nayIiIlnw Tops 25c and 50c finished before Christmas lSatin Pillow Tops 75c lIandkerSUI Combining style service and low arrivThinge absolute linos need forcespaceucill wInch close to show the our K1stes1yds Spool Baby Ribbon lOc 15cBrownSuits in Blue Black or Brown 15 to yuur more finey Opera and 20 worth 2o to H51St of specials is intensely important since it is in n sense 13auetc final price cuts as next week we begin the fLO AIS42 in Tnn Covert Coats campaign in earnest You will do well to profit by osHOIIDAY NOVELTIES ON- X10 Special values at 8 X10 15 mane as possible of these Mist chancesDISPLAY NEXT WEEK J t WILL WOMANS NATURE CHANGE WHEN SHE VOTES A recent editorial upon Woman t Suffrage in the Pittsburg Gazette t closes with this sentence t The only question is whether it is adapted to womans nature to participate in politics for no amount of education can make a woman more like a man than her grandmothers were The above sentence contains J the sum total of the socalled arguments against woman suf frage the only trouble being that one class of opponents tells us women should not vote because theywould become like men if i they did so and the other class like the writer of this editorial that women should not vote be- causei no amount of education tcould make them like the men It seems impossible for some people to conceive of anything but a man in politics It is the very fact that women are differ ent from men and will always remain so that they need the ballot and our government in turn needs them Women have no desire to be come like men nor vote like men they wont to be women andvote like women Vomen being specially interested in the spiritual moral and home side of life would look after these interests in our government Our commercial interests are already well looked after but good men are in despair over the t moral side of our political life Women are specially interested and trong along the lines in which our government is weak Combine the vote of the man und the woman and we have a com plete whole A government with men only to look after its inter ests is not complete naymore than is a home with only men to look after it ELNORA MONROE BABCOCK 4 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedfSignature of THANKS againius supply of delightful apples She will please accept our sincere thanks for her good will THE BLESSED RAIN After months of drouth the blessed ruin commenced to fall gently yesterday morning For What we have we thank the Giver of All Good and humbly pray for a greater abundance THE BURGOMASTER That great musical comedy The Burgomaster will delight amusement lovers at Capital Theatre Monday night December 5 In the cast is one of the most promising young actors in America who has not only given evidence of the most unctuous whoIHe is Oscar L Figman and he has already reached the distinc tion of being featured with The Burgomaster as large as the company He is a brother of- Max Figman stage director for Mrs Fiske who produced Mary of Magdala for that great actress and all her other piece for the past five years Though Oscar Figman has never seen his brother direct a rehearsal his methods are the same as those of Max Fig man He is very quiet never loses his temper and seems teem ing with novel ideas for new stage effects for dances and electricity Wm P Cullen who controls the destinies of The Burgomaster has Figman under contract for a long term of years Seats are now on sale at Barretts Book Store JUDGE BENNETT WINS IN OTH DISTRICT In the Court of Appeals on Thursday Judge Nunn handed down an opinion overruling the motion of Mr Kehoe to set aside the mandatory injunctions re quiring the counting of one pre cinct in Harrison county find one in Fleming in favor of Judge J B Bennett the Republican can dilate for Congress The decision winds up by saying that Judge Bennett received the votes and was entitled to have them counted as cast THE REV IRL R HICKS 1905 ALMANAC rhe Rev Ir1 R Hicks Alma beingIThis splendid and costly book of 200 pages is a complete study of astronomy and storm and weather for 1905 It is too well known to need comment See it and you will so decide The price post paid to any address per copy The Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family journal Word and Vorks now abreast with the best magazines is 75c a year Both Word and Works und the Almanac 100 per year No better investment possible for any person or family Try it and see Send to WORD AND WORKS PUB CO 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo- 182t Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the house In stunt relief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents ofuny sort 1d1Ji p ij ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P 0 Elks will hold memorial services at Capitol Opera House tomorrow Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock The faults of our brothers we write upon the sand their virtues on the tablets of love and memory The honored dead of Frankfort Lodge No 580 William H Stone Lee H Cohen William F Barret Michael Buckley John T Gray Wm R Magoffin John Bradley Jos C Thomas ORDER OF EXERCISES Opening Ceremonies By the Officers Selection By the Orchestra Opening Ode By the Lodge Great Ruler of the universe Allseeing and benign Look down upon and bless our work And be all glory thine Oh hear our prayers for the hon ored dead While bearing in our minds The memories graven on each heart For H Auld Lang Syne Prayer By the Chaplain Male Quartette Elks Memorial Hymn Address Bro H V McChesney SoloSelected Miss Harriett McClure Closing Ceremonies By the Officers Male Quartette n The Soft Sabbath Calm Benediction Rev A B Chinn Musical Director Prof R V Stratton Accompanist Miss Annie Brown Male Qua rtettel st Tenor Ben Keenon 2d Tenor R V Strat ton 1st Bass Richard McClure 2d Bass Earl Rogers- OFFICERS FRANKFORT LODGE NO 580 J P Hanley Past Exalted RulerC 0 Reynolds Past Exalted Ruler Exulted1nRuler A J Lynch Past Exalted RulerW W Longmoor Exalted Ruler K W McRery Esteemed Leading Knight- J Swigert Taylor Esteemed Loyal Knight- G L Barnes Esteemed Lectur ing Knight- G L Roberts Secretary J W Pruett Jr Treasurer C Whitehead Tyler IIjL ii j H UR MOTTOPRIG SLOW We menn just whnt we sayHigh Qunlity Low Prices iftheybelowThat is the case when wo offer Qlenmore Whisky at 200 per gallon JOHN DRIB COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Dyke Hazelrigg Inner Guard- F M Dailey Esquire- T H Crockett Chaplain- C S Reading Organist- J A Brislan Trustee J M VanDerveer Trustee W D Roy Trustee Board of Governors A J Lynch J A Brislan I Davis C E Booe R W McRery W D Roy G H Stehlin H V Mc Chesney W Pruett Graham C H Stevenson W W Longmoor E R Chairman Committee of Arrangements t W McRery J S Taylor J P Hanley Women love a clear healthy complexion Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood BIRTHS ROBERTS In this cityon Tuesday to Mr Harry H Roberts and wifen Mrs Sn dnughterI homeionMany new a a attractive articles will be offered and you are cordially invited to inspect them Dec 2tINOTES FROM A TRAINERS BOOK Samuel Hopkins Adams edits sonic Notes from a TrainersIBook for the Clures in a most diverting man ner furnishing his readers a nun ber of thrilling and interesting reminiscences of wild animal training that are highly enter taining and also instructive The article is full of the unconscious heroism of the men und women who do hazardous things till in the lays work The insight of the trainer into animal nature and character is deep and he tells us simply and forcefully of many obIservationsmans have been included in his experience and ho writes of them and their ways with evident au thority Many tragedies narrow escapes and startling adventures mark the career of the trainer and of these he gives a collection of splendid anecdotes Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ereptiua dLaaafesflJltfg INTERURBAN SYSTEM Oars leave Lexington for Parh every hour from a in to 7 p m and at 0 and 11 p m Leave Paris for Lexir gton ovary hour from 6 a m to 8 p m and 10 p m everyhourGeorgetownforat 8 and 10 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and leave Lexington for Georgetown at 4 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lox In ton for Paris at 1185 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 be had on application at the companys office 404 West Main street East Ten nessee phone 610 Home phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER Presidenttf FURNITURE FOR SALE I have a mahogany finish mantle folding bed and other articles of furniture for sale Apply a1iCapt I T Wests Main street to MRS W T HAVENS2t STRAY DOG Strayed from home the 24th of November a hound dog speckled several large black spots heavy set large in size Any information loading to his recovery be liberally rewarded willIaFRED M CARROLL Versailles Ky Dec 8lt II John Edge To W L Pence Dr To 0000 ft of lumber at f poi thousand flOOO Received pnyniHnt May 8th 1904 by credit on mortgage of JohntStoops to John Edge W L PENOE Will sell nbovo bill for 25 JOHN EDGW 9lm Frankfort Ky DO IT TODAY The timo worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you cnn do today is now gen rally presented in this formIt Dot todny That is the torso ad vine we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several hays perhaps wopks Take some reliable remedy for it todayanti let that remody bo Dr Uoschoes Gorman Syrup which has boon in use for over A few doses ofthlrtvflvodyoars relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough oven if dread yourolungseffect a cltronslt hns done before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr iI hIAILij t ili j j I f D JOHNSON C0lvPAINY Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will oprn a f Ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department Under the management of Mr LOUIS LUG ARMAN late of Boston We tike pleasure in niinouiicing also that MRS lIELwill be with us and will be pleased to see all of her old frIendstS D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY jj flf RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M B Adams the pustgSsJIl preach nt 11 a in and 780 p n Morning subject Woman Work in the Church Evening subject The Saloon A Crime Against Humanity Sundayschool at 945 a in in the chapelHome Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton strangersBaraca Bible Class at 045 taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in the chapel at 080 p m Leader Edward Dean TopioHow to Worship In Spirit And Tn Truth- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn roc tor Sunday December 4 Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a in Evening prayer and sermon at t 780 p in Wednesdnyf Fridaytp in Class All are invited to take part in those meetings CHURCHRevJlpreach at a m 780 p in Sundti school at 980 a m in the chnpolf Endeavor Society will I meet in the chapel at G4i p m SpiritAndLeaderBelh Hubbell Prayermeeti g Wednesday oven ing at 780 oclock in the chapel Topic Lessons From Naaman The Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 chapelEverybody SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHUROHHo Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayhchool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend i CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Tathoi Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 780 a ii High Muss 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov J MoClusky Blay noy D n tho pastor will preach at a in and 780 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p m InvitolPrayerMeeting t At 780 p in t The public is cordially invitod to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach nt 11 a m and 780 p SundayKuhool nt 945 n in Junior League at 8 p m Senior League nt 7 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 ocldok Visitors cordially invited to at tend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCHRev W M Crowo the pastor will preach at this church at Hooluok p m Sunday O OnEA1I1hI 1M ipavt f4of i t 1 d i VETERAN OF MONTANA BAR- proceedings in the State lrho Court were u trifle out ordinary during the lay former Governor Preston H Leslie in addressing the court in presenting his side of nn appeal coolly informed the court that he hud just entered upon the sixty fourth year ofhis practice of the greatest of all the professions The man who has been governor of two Commonwealths once United States district attorney and has filled many other posi tions of trust in his eightyfifth year seemed to be as alert and active as many a lawyer far youngerGovernor Leslie appeared as counsel for one of tho litigants in tho case of Frank Sheldon against Frank E Powell appealed from the district court of Cascade county an action involving the StreidIIn prefacing his argument Governor Leslie straight as an arrow his eyes sparkling with well preserved healthsaddressed the court and said If I may be permitted to say at this time that I feel es pecially gratified and honored in being permitted to stand before tho supreme court of this my adopted State upon the sixty fourth year after my being ad the bar IGovernor Leslie then proceeded to argue his side of the ease Governor Leslie was governor of the State of Kentucky long lioforo he cause to Montana in 1S7as governor of the territory under appointment from President Cleveland Subsequently he wus appointed United States attorney for Montana in ISO 1 Ho is in his eightyfifth year told enjoys PaperIPniiflea the blood Cerate ointment for tho akIn IBAR JYSXOS The snow on Sunday November 18 was just ten lays ahead of tho first snow last year which fell on November The earliest snow storm in this section in the last forty years was on October 28 lgoil Four inches covered the earth tend it was the coldest win ter of ninny years The following is a list of tho early snow falls the number of inches for the last twenty five years November 18 1880 18 inches November 0 1885 4 inches No vember 9 1892 4I inches November 8 1899 1I inches No vember 8 1900 1 15 inches November 24 1908 4 inches Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate 8ooc Mfnl tmtmet tot blood aDd akin dieeaiw LETTER LIST tHhOer1IDecember 8 1904 Armstrong Miss Nory Bcckem B B Celko Hern Audrey Mainea Miss Nora Jones James Lewis Walter Magilis Miss flag Miller Miss Ana Milner Miss Nannie Peck Miss Pauline Peden Vernon Sanies Mrs Catherine Stewart Dillard Thomas C F Thomas Miss Anna B Thompson Miss Sarah Ellen Thompson Mrs Patsie Ware B r RubyIP Willis Adrian Young Til ford 2 Young Spicy IPersons calling for the above please say advertised E M DRANE P M THURSDAY MORNING FIRE At 8 oclockn in on Thursday an alarm from box 128 called the fire boys to the residence of Mrs W Johnson on Second street where a hot stove pipe had ignited the second floor of the residence The blaze was quickly extinguished with but small loss Stomach Troublescured DIDDYJPEPJIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of HUliard Kodol Pa was cured of Chronic had stop1achAof the use by of hie Kodol KODOL tItgutewkMYeakt For sale by JGayle drug gist Iil ttd IioJot tLL NEW CAPITOL TO BE FINAL RECEPTACLE OF KEN TUCKY EXHIBIT The good done by the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission is not to die with it The better part of the magnificent exhibit of the States products and resources made at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is to be returned to the Commonwealth to become the nucleus ofu permanent museum in the new Capitol as already stated in these columns The State Geological Bureau under Director C J Norwood of Lexington and the State Agricultural Experiment Station under Profs M A Scovell and H Gar man are to be made custodians of the exhibits subject to further disposition by the General Assembly The mineral and forestry exhibits are to go to the Geological Board and tho agri cultural exhibit to the ExperI- ment Station The former is to include time display of clays and the clay arch intact petroleum stone lead zinc und flur spur coal and coke and all the fine forestry specimens collected while the latter is to be made up of the agricultural products which so effectively represented Keutucky- in the Palace of Agriculture at the Fair The plan does not contemplate bringing any exhibits other than those collected and installed at conhluinsionIIfsired they will only be forwarded to Kentucky upon the consent ofI the exhibitor Accompanying the exhibits will be all the cases ustd in attractively displaying PiOslNorwoOll Ithose until the time arrives the permanent museum whenI established for which it hopo of the commission that a plltre will be made in the new State Capitol PEA RIDGE Mrs Frank Stoops of New All bany Ind was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Edge for Thanksgiving week Mr John Edge Jr of Mt Sterling was also home for the week Wo are nil rejoicing over fact that our schoolhouse well isI finished even to a neat pump being placed therein for tho chil dren Many thanks are due our trustees for during their terns of oflico a nice new schoolhouse mal now the well has been built Mr Newell Pierie is building an addition to his pretty cottage rime excitement over the election was more than usual in this district Party feeling ran high Water is scarcer in this com munity than it has boon for many years A pious friend of ours who was a defeated candidate says that the late election was a fulfillment of the scriptures Matt XXVIII v 15HAnd they took the money and did as they were taught SCRIBE A J ESCAPEDAfomcn and den From the Clutches Iof the Doctor Undertaker and Grava Digger THE AREHAPPYTISM LIVER ANN KIDNEY DISEASE BY USINGjDENNS SURE SAFE AN SPEEDY CURE Ditiilr Getmings and wife 2063 N IMr GoodspedandwifeFrambesAveIBrelsford and wife lIaynord Ave HighIPresident John Culberson High and Maynard St AveRev i We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Buttry a helpIDrugIDeWittswizen Salvo For Piles Burns Sores t A PLEASANT PILL atNo pill is as pleasant und posi tive as DeWitts Little Early r EarlyRisers rwenkitoJtheySold byJ W Gayle k f FREE FOR THIS MONTH fOnt from your negative with eer JIdozen of our Finest Photos MATTERNS STUDIO i532 Main Street r Dec H5Jv l Desirable small farm for sale Located on Peaks Mill Pike Five miles from Frank fort Apply to Mrs N S forseetR F D No Dec li4t f t BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS l Ji DeWitts is the only IJtTuckerQCutsrecommend it to be the best salve on the market Every family Jft should keep it as it is an inval tcable household 1fornot cure All lsalves and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completelyrcured me It is a wonderful re lief DeWitts Witch Hazel J Salve cures without leaving a scar Sold by J W Gayle r j MISS BOB WHITE r The New Willnrd Spenser Opera to be Seen in this City Soon Ifa rollicking merry comedy interspersed with thirty odd deliciously jangling melodies inter preted by a host of capable artists with a largo and efficient chorus together with a superb scenic equipment and a countless variety of beautiful dresses the whole ensemble accompanied by a largely augmented orchestra of thorough musicians makes a suc cessful opera then Willard Spenser has accomplished the feat with his new comedy opera Miss Bob White which will be teen in this city at Capital Thea ThroughISpensers work is presented in a manner hitherto unsurpassed in this country not only as to lavish mountings and costuming but in cast as well An organization which includes such names as Frank Deshon J L McClure CampbellIJos Leighton Ray Tynon and Lester Brown is not barren of artistic ability by very long odds The story of the opera deals with the adventures of two youngmil lionaires who have made and lost A freak election bet and as a con sequence are compelled to mas querade as tramps for two months and to incidentally suffer all the hardships usually attributed to genuine knights of the road They take refuge at the farm of an old Quaker who oompols them to work for their sustenance The fiancee of one of the two un fortunates hearing of their predicament herself seeks employ ment as a milkmaid at the same farm and in disguise forces from her future husband a truthful declaration of his love Of course this is but the veriest skeleton of the story but from it can be judged the wholesomeness of the atmosphere surrounding the en tire performance Time produc tion here will be identical with that presented at the Chestnut Street Theatre Philadelphia dur rk perforniancespresent indications Miss Bob grentmaj01it ARM SCALDED When Mrs W G Simpson was attempting to extinguish the fire in her hall stove on Friday for repairs to the pipe she threw water on it and the steam scalded her arm from her hand to her elbow very badly Surgical attention was at once rendered and Mrs Simpson is fldoing fairly well EARLY WEDNESDAY MORN BLAZEi6 oclockon Wednesday IAt an alarm from box 15 the department to the residence of Mr Hubert Vreeland on- t Shelby street where an outbuild 1 ing was burned caused by hot ashes thrown against haVingl damage was but small iYou can Pin Your Faith TO IJ E M IFlour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uiiiiorm Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E E milling GO CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better nt home by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain hy Gorman Syrupso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights nnd the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlady Should be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle druggists FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS OX THE POPULA- RIiENDERSON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLEST TIlE WEST AND SOUTHWESTIf on the Solid Comfort Line got the Henderson Route Habit Its a good habit to Require Ask tho agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket- L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Pass Agt Trnv Puss 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 Bluo Grass State could not remedy a had liver or the hundred and ono ill effects it pro duces You cant have good spirits and a had liver at the same time Your liver must bo in fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye step vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fins condition by using Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has remedyforFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you aI liberal supply of good spirits- Trial size 25c regular bottles 7 At all druggists lyr Dr TTeaTors Treatment Sjrop ptulflea the blood Cerate heal skin eruption A WAY OPEN Many a Frankfort Reader Knows It Well iThere is a way open to convince the greatest skeptic Scores of Frankfort people have made it possible The public statement of their experience is proof the like of which has never been pro duced before in Frankfort Read this case of it given by a citizen Mrs Kate Newkirk widow of 118 Logan street says It was sometimes very hard for mo to perform my daily work on account of weakness across my loins and the aching I endured when stoopingor reaching forward for any object the irregular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scalding which accompanied the secretion caused other symp toms which were very annoying and distressing I doctored a great deal besides employing other remedies said to be good for kid ney trouble but I received only slight relief if any Reading no tices about Doans Kidney Pills which appeared in our daily news papers impressed me with their value so concluding to try them Gaylesdrugsurprised me and I followed up the treatment with a second box Doans Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have expected I certainly recommend them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf alo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other Queen and- Crescent Route snoitest Route AN- DQuickest Sofieflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN 7 gJ II CINCINNATI rrv CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G Be CLARKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky DRIVEN TO DESPERATION Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to despera tion in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth25c at all druggists N F PL1tFNMIIYER SONS Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Offer for the Fall of 1101 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and everything for the Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive catalogue on applica tlonIOLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER h KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky VJJ r jfaf f f liij if1IIIi HA tl u niI IIII1p r IP = J i r 1 AVegelabl Prcparationfor As similating theToodandReguta ting the S tomachs and Bowels of PromotesTKgestionCheerful ness and neither Opmm Morphine norMineral NOT NARCOTIC JAs fJUl11rJilH1lOJJTQfEl Ae en- nJul f SJiI- AtiaJewl JA forf tion Sour StomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK LAcT COPYOP WBAPP IJ CASTORIAr For and Childreny The Kind Have I Always hirBears the- Signature of t The i Kind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA J t J 11 rIf you are interested in the future welfare of your family or r in your own old age fill out the coupon below and mail to Ralph R WilsonFR- ANKFORT KYfSPECIAL AGENT OF THE Equitable l Insurance Society Name Address THEIVocation I Could afford to spend per annum for I think Ill buy assurance about fI health our Colds Step tliehi W trr j IdealVacation Placesis a splendid vacation country in southern Michigan and that It in northern Indianaa country many beau tiful lakes running streams clear as crystal and deep woods Here are places for fishing boating bathing out and where you can enter into a simple joyous summer life perfectly free conventionalities farm houses and small summerinThe cost is very moderate anD rooms hotels at rates averaging from 5S to 8 week There are also many furnished cottages for rent at rates This entire region Is reached by trains of The Lake Shore j Michigan Southern RyIAnd the D T M R R which it operates To assist in selecting a vacation place the following books will be sent for 5 cents in postage to cover part of mailing cost The Ideal VacMloa Lead containing pages WO inches of beautiful views from photographs made especially to Illustrate some of the lake country and Quiet Summer trta containing a list of summer boarding places including summer hotels farm houses furnished cottages and camps wIth rates features of location and other information Address A J SMITH Q P T A Cleveland O MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the of children Lookout for Coughs Croup and NVhooping Cough in tine Q19rrJinute Cough Cure istho best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by J Gayle Infants You Boy Life nS8urnncoI There adjoining of delightful kindred- pleasures everyday A Choice Tobacco Farm Sale ForIg Qrtod dwelling large tobacco barn 62x00 also goOd f nemmt house and oilier Yffeceeflary dtftbnildlngp situated 84 miles from Frankfurt on LouisTlllo turnpike For terms apply to G D HW EINH on the promises oo228m J 4