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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE FRAMFOET ROUNDABOUT 1 i GEO A LEWIS Publisher AWEEKLY PAP + RDEVOTED10 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS THIS 00 In Advance YOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC to 1904 NO 14 1 IRISTJMAS iT McUiUiIS 2Jl u iwramranwsr riwrrwra w anererr- DONT WORRY ABOUT WHAT TO BUY rv For months we have been making preparations for this holiday business It is a perplexing question with all of us as to what lo buy for a Christmas remembrance haid to think what this friend would like or that one A visit to iMcClures will probably help you to uncoiifclouwly solve problem Whether it does or not the beauty of the goods and the variety of things heloJs personinor not to visit our store within the x next few days Early selections afford the great est choice We will beep for you anything you may buy now and deliver It any where in town you may wish at any time between now and Christmas day R K1 McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY China JI Ueu Departure We were so fortunate as to buy the entire sample line of a largo Importer of decorative China at a price fur below usual Wo will otter it at from f5 to 14 Etas Zban 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 Kclva ware sonic German China and a great deal of Japanese China now popular This is a beautiful display and will interest all lovers of pretty China The prices will vary from 2oc up to ahoutb3 orthe handsomer pieces A pieco- of beautiful Chart is a most appropriate gift for any lady BASKETSAn display of work baskets is one of the features of our holiday line These como 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 lOc 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 J flitr iA SLIPPERSMens and felt evorettes and romeos ladles and childrens genuine Dolge felt slip ters in all the beautiful shades Several colors in ladies felt slippers at 100 a 111111IBIBLES BOOKSAND We sell u pent many Mibles every Christinas The most appropriate Christmas remembrance possible Our line of books is larger than usual All the best selling1 copyrights juveniles toy books for the children etc GAMESThe boys and girls like these Crokinole for 100 Plenty of 5c and lOe games Flinch Pit Sherlock Holmes Gamut and all the new 50c editions MEDALLIONS promIISILK UMBRELLAS Ladles and gentlemen sizes either in wood beautifuliStands and Paper Weights link Appropriate for either ladies or gentlemen unusual and exceedingly pretty designs FOUNTAIN PENS- Watermans the best at prices from 150 to 300 js now for the men 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 And then finer ones up to 2000 for a genuine alligator case GIIHIST UPPDHTUtl T DDnL iSS ifq I i llii U Io1rl Our Fine Display of Holiday Goods is opened and ready for your inspection Tlio 1 newest novelties The best selections The must appropriate presents for one at most reasonable 1riteSrWTe invite everybody who expects to male Christmas nIlI ents to call and ste our many varied attractions for the season 1904 such as Fancy Boxes China Ware Vases Collar and Cuff Boxes Toilet Sets Shaving Sets Dolls Albums etc also a large stock of other useful goods Handkerchiefs Gloves Umbrellas Hand Bags Belts Neckwear Hosiery Furs Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Skirts etc Auld hundreds of articles that we Dave not space to enumerate If you want to buy right if you want to bo treated right make out store headquarters for your Christmas buying Specials During This Week Good Zcthisweek lOr15cA good Cbllrc Kagin Bro No 4143 St Clair Street Frankfort Kentucky t 11 i 1i D ItfSt aC arc TIES Wedont bfilieve there is man living who has enouirh ncelctiesrOum SOc line is unusual IIIcdomirllltingusually rich and warm with browns and burnt ranges much in evidence Keiser Barathea ties at 10- 0Mufflers and Full Dress Protectors These are always acceptable always useful We have most iquisite range of patterns be ginning at 00 and running on up to 300 COLORED SHIRTS Some special prices on Manhattan colored laundried shirts The 200 kind for 8150 und the 150 ones for 100 KID GLOVES- Are excellent presents Our 100 cloves are above the ordinary Both dressed and undressed kids at this price And then Fisk Clark Flags at 150 200 and 250 Fur gauntlets at 350 and 500 HANDKERCHIEFSLinen at 25c and 50c Initial handkerchiefs at Inc and Ufie Silk handker chiefs at from Sot up A magnificent assort ment to select from FANCY SUSPENDERS Handsome suspenders single pair in box at from 50e to 300 FANCY SOCKS We always have beautiful display of these at 25c aud 5Jc SWEATERSFor boys and children We have prepared especially for the demand for childrens sweaters and have most pleasing variety of patterns and styles at prices from 50c to 150 Mens sweaters at all prices up to 500 TOBACCO VASES You cant miss it by giving man one of these It is bound to be an appreciated gift our sample china line is variety of patterns j SPECIAL GAMES2I Look at ChuckaLuck and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trix thelI new card game 6rISti t J IcaJ i JkfJ H IY U8 liS =cam 124 9ruil t otoi and and Underwear i a a r a a a a t a In a t i Jp r Great Reduction on Ladies Tailormade Suits There is no reason tor you 10 say yon cant afford a tailor rnadl Suit when you can buy one at HALF OF REGULAR TRICES at our store tightfittingselect one of these rare values 15 00 Suits 7 50 20 00 Suits 10 00 25 00 Suits 12 50 Also ottering special Vaunts ill Skirts and Tourist Coats Call and investigate J jJtk 11i J tt o 5ir ij PERSONAL Jnpt John King of the Mason A King Co was horn Wednesday Judge J L Cogar of Midway was in tho city this week Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby villo was in the city Thursday Mrs George Darsie loft Tuesday rot Denver Col to visit her sister f Mr Wm Remington of the flour Vlion News was hero Tuesday Hon C H Stoll of Lexington was in tho city Monday Miss Minnie Scott left Monday to spend the winter in Louisville Mr Geo W Wilder of Paris was hero Monday Miss Minnie Thomas visited friends in the county last veek Rev A B Chinn left Monday for Louisville Miss Lena Scott of this office spout Sunday in Lexington SEr Ben H Dudley of Louisville visited relatives here this week Mr Jas M Richardson of Glas gow was hero this week Mrs E C ORoar is visiting at bier old homo in Mt Sterling Mr Geo T Wilson of Bowling Green was hero this week Mr J K Roberts of Beatty villo was in the city Tuesday Sir H A Saxton of Lexington was here Tuesday Dr H J Marrs has accepted a position at the Averill drugstore Mr Ben F Suter has gone to Oklahoma with a view of locating Mrs S J Lanham of Paducah visited friends here this week Mrs A H McClure and children visited in Harrodsburg this wools Mr Henry A Bell of Louisville was here Thursday Mrs A Rollins Uurnam who has been visiting her old home la Richmond has returned Sirs Gallaher of Marietta I Ohio who was the guest of Mrs IL P Pepper has returned home Mrs J W Brewer of Louisville who was the guest of her sister Mrs W B George has gone home Mr H L McCutoheon of Bus sell vfll e attended the Court of Ap peals this week J30wlingfMrs W 11 Lyons is visiting her daughter Miss Amy Lyons in LouisvilleMr W Overtoil and Dr W E Baxter went hunting in Owen county this week Miss May Pepper and Miss Irma Labrot visited in Louisville this woek Mr B D Warfleld of Louisville attended tho Court of Appeals this week lion I H Carter of Lawrence tHiTt attended the Court of Appeals nItesday MT Richard Godson of Midway Attended the Court of Appeals Tuesday MT E L Worthington of Mays ville attended the Court of Appeals Tuesday IrRe M B Adams went to Louis vale Tuesday to attend a Sunday school Convention Mrs John P Him Icy and Mrs W B OConnoll visited in Cincin coati this week Mr R E Roberts of George town was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Rev A C Hensloy of Ver sailles wits the guest of his mother tli is week Mrs John F Davis was called to Versailles Sunday by the death of her mother Mrs Mary Steele Mr Roht A Thornton of Lex in tom visited his father Mr Goo B Thomson this week Miss Nora Brooks of Winchester who has been the guest of Miss Lid a Hubbard has returned home Mrs K C Wallace who has been the guest of relatives in Louisville has returned home Miss Sadie Brown of Bloomfield who has boon tho truest of Mrs Eli 1R Brown has returned home IMis8 Pnttlo Thomas and Miss Brewer visited Miss Bessie Brown at Bridgeport last week Mr John L Zeigler has returned I DnnIvMr Ins 1 the mountains on Saturday on a business trip Dr J W Hill who has boon hunting in Christian county has returned home Mr La Vegas Clements of hero attended the Courtof ApponlsI Wednesday u DR E CROEMELE i1ISpecialist on Diseases of Children Olliec und rcia jcn above WEITZEL OEox TKLElIIONEH ELL Main St Old J84 New 126 pa X u i l 4MfIA t ask your grocer for LEADER FLOUR Dont Make Abutthe cheapest in first but saves you money in the long run No 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 SalVell Mrs George Baker and daughter who have boon visiting in Louis vine have rotiiiiicxl home Maj J Embry Alton of Loxinp ton attended Court of Appeals hero this week Mr 1 G McKee of Kansas was the guest of relatives here after nl1I absence of thirty years Mr John P Hanloy was called sariIoneJudge Thos Z Morrow of Som orset was in attendance upon tho Court of Appeals Wednesday Mrs Sam Leavy und daughter are visiting her son Mr George Loavy at Greenville Texas Bishop Lewis W Burton and wife of Lexington were guests of Mrs Sam D Johnson this week Mr Earl Scull of Mt Sterling attended the Court of Appeals ThursdayCapt H Insko Deputy Col looter of Carlisle was hero this week Mrs Edward Fennell and son of Cynthiann have arrived in this city to spend the winter Mr Robert Times of Switzer has sold out and expects to remove to Oklahoma to reside Mrs C M Paynter and son of Lawrencoburg were guests of friends hero tills week Mr Matthew Herold of Newport attended the Court of Appeals on ThursdayMr L Manson of Covington was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Thursday Mr W H Wadsworth of MnsI ville was in attendance Court of Appeals this week Hon Brenfc Spenor Senator from Campbell county was here this John Davis and wife of Lakeland were called here Tues dnv to attend the burial of his grandmother Mrs Mary Steele Mrs Gayle Ford or Dixon Springs Tenn who has been the guest of Mrs W H Posoy has re turudd homo Mr Geo F Berry left Friday for Morganfitld to visit Ron 1 T Spalding and enjoy his annual hunt Mrs Win Drysdale of Louisville who has been the guest of her dauahter Mrs F H Johnson Shelby street has returned home Mr C N Johnson of Louisville who has been the guest of his brother Mr F H Johnson She by street has returned home Mrs Bourne Owsley accompanied her sister Mrs Earl Allen to her homo in Detroit Mich where she will spend tho winter Mr Henry Wright and wife who have been visiting relatives at Lov ington Ills returned home Mon day morning Mr H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was here on Tuesday in the interest of his companyMrs S Grant and son John S Jr of Texarkana Ark worn guests of her fatherinlaw Maj J A Grant this week Mrs Geo B Harper and children who have been visiting rela tives at pittsburg Penn have re turned home Miss Susie Berryman Qf LoiUs vine who was the giiest of her aunt Mrs WH Posey has bra turned home Miss Margaret Berborich and Miss Marie Mastin attended the Symphony Concert in Lexington TuesdayMiss McClure and Miss Anne Thoams attended the Symphony Concert at Lexington Tues dayDr E E Hume was called to Baltimore Md Wednesday to attend Mr Hoary T Ireys who is very ill- Mrs Alli Donahue of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of Mrs B B J offers has returned homeDr Curtis B Johnson of Earl ington was the guest of his parents Mr F H Johnson mind wife this week lack P Chinn of HarrodsICnl Democratic nominee for tho Senate in this district visited his son Mr J Morgan Chinn Third street this week Mr Jas P Adams member of the last Legislature and recently oloited Commonwealths Attorney of time new Magoflln District was hero Thursday Mr John B Lindsey Jr of West Pascagoula Miss who hiss linen tho guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsoy Sr and wife has returned home Mr W T Reading and Miss Mol lie Dryden who wore called to Dayton 0 by tho illness and death of Mr David C Dryden have returned home iX d btof 01 U 4 ai WHENI OLD ST NICK COMES WHIRLING IN WITH HIS RESENTS RICH AND RARE HE WILL HAVE NO GIFT THAT WILL PLEASE THE FAIR SEX MORE THAN JEWELRY IS SURE TO IIIE A LOT OF HAVEIEVERY MORE GENERAL WE OFFER YOU A LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS 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 A SELBERTIMRELIABLE JEWELER 230 ST CLAIR ST i SILKS Will be one of the attractions Have decided to continue the cut on Silks the coming week Last chance to get Coats and Jackets cheap 36 inch warranted Silk 98c from 125 Wide Silks for Suits 75c was 100 40 in All wool Dress Goods 89c from 50c 40 in All wool Dress Goods 49c from 75c 5i in Scotch Suiting was 125 and 150 Misses Coats and Jackets 450 500 was 500 and 750 Ladies Jackets 450 and 500 WitS 500 and 750 Ladies Long Coats 750 was 950 Ladies Long Coats 1000 was 1250 All wool Blankets 250 300 375 and 400 per pr Fur Scarfs and Stoics from 100 each up to the finest Isabella Christmas Novelties 10c 15c 25c and 50c F1ii KEENLY rl t tjiliI llil Mrs Elba McDonald of Louisville who has been tho guest of her brother Mr Ed H Col man has ron homo and will spend tho win tar in Florid Quite a delegation of local Demo oral politicians wont to see Mayor Combs Chairman Democratic Dis trict Committee for the Till Dis trict this wool Miss Mary Davis who has boon visiting her brother Mr John Davis at Lakeland was called homo to attend the burial of her trrandmothor Mr Mary Steele on Tuesday RESUMED OPERATION limo Old Taylor distillery of Messrs R H Taylor Jr Sons made tho first niinh of the season on Tuesday last December This house makes altogether tho finest grade of whisky IITHE NEW EAGLES LODGE weroIlocal lodge to the number of about 100 were duly installed and started to work Ittholodge being headed hy time First Regiment Hand and the Louisville contingent followed accompanied by their own baud The line of march was up Ann froth Broadway to Main down Main to St Clair north on St Clair to Odd Fellows Hall where addresses of w loome wore deliv ered by Mr T Hater Crockett and Mayor J S Darnell The initiation of members occupied the time from 3 until 0 oclock p mThe following officers were in stalled Worthy Past President W J Moreover Worthy President J H Pols grove JPe1kinRChaplain W C Marshall Secretary Morvin Patron Treasurer Geo H Stehliin j Inside Guard Morgan Brawner Outside Guard Walter Gems Trustees O N Smith F C Hutchison and D L KennedynRepresentative to Grand Lodge W J lIoK ever iAt night an elegant banquet was l- served1At 2 a m of yesterday the visiting delegations left on a i their speioal train for Louisville t A VICTORY TO BE PROUD OF J f Is the final andabsolute cure of a sore throat in which the raw ness and tenderness have been spreading dangerously near those guardians of life the lungs The luxury of a sound throat and ro bust lungs is most keenly enjoyed by people who having suffered all i the consequences of a little cold you know have been rescued from misery and danger by Allens Lung Balsam t MARRIED RATESGARTER this city on Thursday Mr Clem Bates and bySquire if tCOUNTY SUPERVISORS AP POINTED 1Judge Polsgrnve has appointed rt CountySupervisors Brislan H M Craik W C French G C Smither Levi Harrod andtSamuel Cogswell HOG AND HOMINY Many of our farmers have killed their hogs anti are now enjoying tho delights of hog nile hominy This is tho season of the year whoa it pays to live in the country rhero is everything that goes to make up the comforts of life to be enjoyed NO MORE SUFFERING If you are troubled with i jdi gestion get a bottle of Kodol Dsllquicklyit son of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years iMy case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recom firofJ has relieved mo Would not be without it Have doctored with local physicians and also at Chi cage and even wont to Norway t with hopes of getting some reliofj but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done any good and I heartily metmend it Every person with indigestion or dyspepsia should use it Sold by J W Gaylo DEATHS 1URNERAt tho residence of r his sister Mrs John W Cox on the West side on Saturday Mr Thos Turner aged HO years of consumptionIwas son of the Into Mr Thos Turner of this and lived hero for many 1yenrs Recently ho had lived in Lexington but some six weeks JI ago came hero to visit his sister and was stricken with the illness that caused his death The funeral services were con ducted by Rev A B Chinn at 2 oclock on Sunday afternoon and the remains were placed in our cemeterv DRYDENAt his home in- DryIdenMr Dryden was a brother of Mr John B Dryden Sr Mrs Katie T Nelson and Miss Mollie Dryden of this city und Mrs John Lewis of Walla Walla Washington He was raised in this city and was well known to our older citizens as a bighearted jolly and goahead gentleman He was a bravo and gallant soldier in the Federal Army during the civil strife Having acquired a competence by sturdy industry he had retired from business Always genial and wholesouled he was the life of any circle in which he moved About two years ago the wife of his youth was taken from him by death and he was never the same man afterwards More quiet and gentler Ho was living with a married daughter at the time of his death He was sitting at the table petting one of his grandchil dren when he was suddenly stricken on Wednesday Novem ber 23 and slowly sank to tho end without recovering consciousness His sturdy frame withstood the shock for tho ten clays intervening but could not recuperate We tender our sincere condo lence o the bereft Mrs Sawyier will have a sale of Christmas novelties at her homo on St Clair street December 12I Many new and attractive articles will be offered and you are cor dinlly invited to inspect them Dec 32t GOOD PLACE FOR COL HENRY L STONE Col Henry L Stone the rotir ing City Attorney of Louisville has been appointed Chief Counsel for the L N Railroad a posi tion that pays about 10000 per annum Col Stone isn splendid lawyer P and fearless and hcnest man A RIGHTEOUS DECISION Tho Court of Appeals on Wednesday handed down nn opinion upholding the constitution ality of tho law appropriating 15000 annually to the Childrens Homo Society of Kentucky This is a noble charity and will redeem many a street gamin from time clutches of vice- STARTLING EVIDENCE Fresh tItity is constantly coming in de daring Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs mal Colds to 10 unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorvillo Vn servos as exam pIe Ho writes I had Bronchitis for throe eurs and doctored all tho time without being bono fited Then I began taking Dr Now Discovery arid a few bEbottles 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 50c and 100 I t jfj iM l LETTER FROM UNCLE EKE YOCUM Louisville Ky Dec 5 1004 Editors Roundabout Dear Nephews You remember several years ago that Mr John A Bell was nominated by the Republicans of tho First Ward of the city of Louisville to represent them in the Legislature He made the race and every honest man in the city knew the result Since that time a certain 11 D shied his castor into the ring won and lost out I write this to let you know that Mr Bell has lied the city and gone to parts unknown The 11 D has not been seen lately Bells wife and children supposed he had gone on a visit to the Stone Kitchen in your county A detective was sent to the Kitchen but no tidings dune back Will you please tell your Uncle Zekfl whore the funeral af the Democratic party is to be heldIand when The annexed clipping from the Evening Times will give you the reason of Bells flight So good bye boys Your olduncle ZEKE YOCUM p SDr Baker acted badly CLEAR PROOF OF INSANITY Edward Demling thirtyfour years of age formerly a public school janitor and well known in the East End was adjudged insane in the Criminal Court this morning and committed to the Central Asylum His condition is believed to have been caused by an attack of typhoid fever im mediately succeeded by pneumonia several years ago Post master T H Baker a personal friend of Demlings testified as one of the physicians in the case Why do you think he is in asked of Dr Baker stnnd1Helong ago said the doctor and declared he was going to run for the Legislature in the Fortyfifth district against olm Letterle I unInumsme with which to make the canvass when as a mutter of fact he has practically nothing He also told me several other things I know to be untrue Demling imagines himself pos sessed of great weahh He is a married man and hilts two children Women love a clear healthy complexion Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood HARD TO KILL A cow belonging to Mr Quincy Metz who lives near Switzer had been missing for over a week The first of the week Mr Metz found the cow under a straw rick that had fallen over on her She had been without water all that time She was released from confinement und rapidly recovered condition WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES Can anything bo worse than to fool that every minute will bo your last Such was tho expori once of Mrs S H Newson Deca tur Alit For three yours she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when motors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once mind now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the ItsIguaratmtee1 Kodol Dyspepsia Digests what you eat 1i r STAMPING GROUND Mr H Clay Govington who is an employe of the tin plate fac tory at Gas City Incl visited his parents here this week Miss Ella Duvall is the guest of her brother Mr J Howard Du- vall at Jackson Breathitt county Mr J W Covington Jr has sold out and will remove to An derson Ind in the near future The sad news was received hero last week that Dr Win A Lind say a cousin of Squire Lindsay and Mrs R S Sprake had died at IVorthvilleThe trustees are hav ing a well dug for the uae of our citizens It is very probable that there will be two wells sunk Mr J B Watt has sold his 70 acre farm on Elkhorn near Stones Mill to Mr Lewis Stone at 60 por acre Mr Watt then bought time 100acre farm of Mr James Stevenson lying on the Coghill and White Sulphur Pike at 40 per acre file rain came ntrlast at least it was part rain and part sleet on Saturday morning Et held up Sunday but commenced again on Monday at 9 oclock and n thick coat of sleet covered the ground trees fences etc On Tuesday it melted off somewhat so that getting about was easier It did a great deal of good as it came so gently that every drop sunk into the ground UNO Neglected colds make fat graveyards Dr Woods Nor way Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tire Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANT SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fu ture Got the Henderson Route HabitIt time comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates WH havo the equipment the train service the free chair oars and tho rates T MORE DO YOU WANT IWUA GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY MARION IVELL THE FAMOUS CONTRALTO TO SING CARMEN Ono of the popular features of tho Opera Festival Week at the Grand in Cincinnati will bo Henry W Savages elaborate production of Bizets Carmen on Tuesday evening December 18th This tuneful and brilliant dramatic music play will afford tho first opportunity in this section hoar tho gifted American toI tralto Marion Ivell who proved a sensation in the role of the cigarette girl of Seville luring the past two seasons Miss Ivell has been twice ottered an oppor tunity to sing at the Opera Com ique in Paris and is announced to make her Parisian debut next season Carmen is only ono of the eight fine productions that are to be given in Cincinnatinext week the rest including Verdis brilliant Othello on Monday evening Wagnors Lohengrin on Wednesday and Saturday evenings Tannhaeuser on Fri day evening Verdis II Trova tore on Wednesday afternoon Puccinis beautiful LaBoheme on Thursday evening and a double bill mado up of I Pag iucciund Cavalleria Rusti mum at Saturday matinee Jl WoVla itJI I1 tht u KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr0 Kings DiscinreryI OLDS Freo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 131 JUDGE COOPER PARALYZED Mt1Sterling judge of hat district was paral yzed on Monday while in attend ance upon the Morgan Circuit Court Judge Cooper is an able lawyer and judge- WOMANS CLUB MEETING The Directory of the Womans Club will meet this Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock in the Club Room Washington Street The regular monthly meeting of the Club will be held on Mon day afternoon Dec 12 at 3 oclock The Art Department will entertain MA Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco bnrn 52xJO also good tenement house and all other necessary outbuildings situated 334 miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW KINS on the premises oc223m BELLEPOINT PROPERTY SOLD As agents of the owners Messrs L B Marshall Co sold the property known as the Robertson property on Kentucky Avenue Bollepoint on Monday last to Mr John Quinn of Lawrence burg for 1500 This is a valuable piece of prop erty and was bought at a bargain SUES FOR DAMAGES Mr Claude Haxelrigg through his attorney Judge B G Wil liams has brought suit against the city for damages caused by being upset in a buggy last Au gust The upset was cawed by a lot of stone left in the street The buggy was smashed the horse bruisedI1f If M W HOT WATER COMFORT Nothing coakos away pain so readily as heat und it is a simple and over ready upplipdbyWater Bottle We have a full stock of them the variety is large und the goods are the best on the market In buying these articles or any other item of rublur it pays to get quality We do not hUll dIe halfrubber kinds that are expensive at any price but wo do sell wor thy Hot Water Bottles pricesOureverv ono Tho Gayle llrUR Blares OFFICIAL VOTE OF KEN i The o TUCKYIjwas not all tary of day last By the courtesy of Fri vate Secretary Ed 0 Leigh we have been furnished with the votoias given to the elector receiving the largest vote on each The Democratic vote is as follows tiokotI Republican 205277 Prohibition 6609 Populist 2511 Socialist 3G0 Socialist Labor 59t Total vote 435765 r Democratic plurality 11893tThe combined opposition vote had a majority of 1425 YOU CAY NOT CHANGE 8The course of a storm by teitk ing down the signals that give warning of its approach Neither can you cure a cold by temporarily opinmludeBalsam in which there is iio opium cures sore throats and sort lungs because it allays the in llaiijmatiori and rids you of the mucus that stops up the air pas 11LIHleThe famous little pills SOMETHING NEW rt Y VARIABLE TOURS 1 TO FLORIDAs a VIA- SOUTHERN if RAIL A YYAND QUEEN ife CRESCENT ROUTE GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHERr Winter Tourist Tickets good going via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphine Country and returning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice versa are now on sale at LowlRates The Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers und vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via ChutItanooga and Southern H Tliq uJIlliloridn Spiov beginning January thcon t fi ing of elegant Drawing Rooin Sleepers Observation Cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening exe ptSundjiy running through solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga Southern Ry with Dining Car service on route y Through1 Pullman Sleepers tai Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannah From Louisville connection with u11of the above trains is mado at Lexington by trains of Southern Ry For Land f the Sky book Winter Homes folders rates schedules or other information address G D ALLEN- A G P A Southern Ry St Louis Mo C R HUNGER FORD D P A Southern Ry KyWG P A Q C Rout- eSncimmti Ol DO IT TODAY rho timn worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now zen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the torso ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for hIt 11 days perhaps weeks Take some reliable modv reulodybewhich has boon in use for over thirtyfive years A few loses or it will undoubtedly relieve cough or cold and its cnntiimodl- use for a few days will cure yow loopIseatedyour surelyIin thousands of apparently hopeless trialluotUosall drujrigsts iyr Ir r 1ltl o J- 1jLL t t rcr rrJarsrecrmr ax ce an TfteFramciflrtfloiimlaiioiit Entered at the postoiliuo at Frankfort Ken n k lit sccOIuldus innUnblt matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER 101904 THE POWERS CASE REVERSED On Tuesday last tho long expect d Incision in the Case of Caleb Powers accused of the assassination of Win Goebcl and sentenced to death was handed down Judge barker wrote the main opinion in tho case and re versed the decision of the Scott Circuit Court Judge J E Rob bins special judge presiding The reversal is based on three principal grounds as follows c First The court refused to give the defendant time in which to discover and file additional trialrSecond Because the sentence t was pronounced on the same day the verdict was returned Third Because of the remarks ofnn attorney representing tho CommonwealthThe error was made by Ton Campbell in argument when he said Howard was not hung but eleven of the twelve jurors who tried him were in favor of hanging him and ono was for Ji feI imprisonment and the eleven to come to one We are of 0pin OIIjthe court says that under all the circum stances of this case the court erred in not sustaining the motion in regard to this statement of counsel That is to exclude it from the was not and could not have been legally any evidence in the case warranting the obnox ious statement it was a gratui tous declaration without lawful foundation in substance and effect conveying incompetent evi dence to the jury- Consumption tttD is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digestThe to treat consump tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant I deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the consumprcured at once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treat- menta you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label on the of every bottle Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and aralall druggists r t 1tJI t Cured At 70 of Heart Disease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it tioes not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment There if however hope for sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cur which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the lcltersof grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wndcrful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts actinn and the most effective treatment ever formulated for proving the circulation of the bluod During the Civil war contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left tlitre with my wife to visit my sister in law Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbvs she insisted I should try Dr Mi es Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervinc- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could fee no improvement and I despaired- of ever bring better but my faithful sisted on keeping it up which I did1m soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or s xtieu bottles I was re stored to prrfcct health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir arc a benefactor and I cheerfully recom ufferinghumanityJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Sent for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind- o statement whichcounsel could have made was more certair ly fraught with danger to the ac cused or which was more likely to arouse passion or prejudice in the minds of the jurors than that under consideration There were four opinions filed The main opinion as said above anda separate opinion were written hy Judge Barker and concurred in by Judges Settle ORear und Burnam Judge ORear filed a separate opinion concurred in by Chief Justice Burnam Judge Paynter filed a dissenting opinion which was concurred in by Judges Hobson and Nunn Judges Barker ORenr and Bur nam hold that there is a Federal question involved as to the man ner of the selection of the juries THROAT SORE Theres no telling what a sore throat will do if you give it right of way Uncertain remedies uften cause dangerous delay Make a cure sure with Painkiller known for half a century as a specific for sore throat croup coughs and all kindred troubles Keep it by you for an emergency It never fails Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25c and 50c COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIA TION MEETS AND IS BANQUETTED The Franklin County Medical Association met at the Capital Hotel on Saturday last The regular order of business was at tended to after which tho officers for the ensuing term were elected as followsPresidentDr Warren Mont fort of Woodlake Vice PresidentDr L T Min ishof Harvieland Secretary and Treasurer Dr E Allan of Forks Elkhorn Dr J R Elyof Frankfort was elected delegate to tho State Medical Association with Dr G F Thompson as alternate Dr U V Williams was elected as County Medical Referee The next meeting of the Asso ciation will be held the first Saturday in January ill tilt offices of Drs Williams Garrett and Mastin in the Farmers Flat After the Association adjourned Dr 013 Demaree the retiring AssocinItionof the Capital Hotel There was a delightful lunch sold it was a very pleasant affair b i iJ 1 ELKS MElOJUAIJSEnVICE Frankfort Lodge No 580 B P AerjicCoclockBettntifuI was rendered by the First Regi ment Band Orchestra by a quar tet of gentlemen and by thins Harriett McClure The set address was by Mr IT V McChesnoy and was an elo quent tribute to the departed members There was a large and apprecia tive audience present CJASTO Z Ito Signaturo7ft I of DEATH OF HON FENTON SIMS By a dispatch from Cadiz on Friday night we learn that Hon Fenton Sims for many years a prominent lawyer and member of both branches of the Kentucky Legislature had died at that place as the result of a stroke of paralysis received while making a speech in a trial in the circuit courtlIr Sims was an able and sin cere man and a leader in the Democratic party We have known Mr Sims from our boyhood and always esteemed him highly LOHENGRIN TIlE MOST POPULAR OPERA IN THE WORLD An elaborate production of Wagners Lohengrin the most popular opera in the world will attract all classes of opera lovers on Wednesday evening of the Cin cinnati Opera Festival Week that begins Monday December 12th The great overture will start at eight sharp This inspiring com position by the German master with its absorbing story founded on the Holy Grail its interesting motives and rich harmonies that are given expression in the beauti ful Wedding MarchElsas Dream Song and the classic Swan Song will be sung in its entirety by the Savage English Grand Opera Company There will be an orchestra of forty mu sicians under the authoritative direction of Wagnerian Conductor Schenck and a cast that includes the best Englishsinging artists on the stage Lohengrin is to be repeated at the farewell per formances on Saturday night it being the only one of tho eight masterpieces that is to have two performances during the week Opera parties for three nights are being arranged from a dozen surrounding cities Out of town orders will he filled in order of re ceipt On account of the heavy demand opera patrons who con template visiting Cincinnati dur ing the opera seasuii should send in their requests as early as pos sible The scale of prices will range from 200 to 50 cents AGED WOODFoRD COUNTY LADY DIES Mrs Mary Steele widow of the late Judge W J Steelo of Wood ford county died at the home of her daughter Mrs George Hord in Versailles on Sunday aged 80 years of pneumonia Mrs Steele was the mother of Mrs John F Davis of this city Mrs Jane Hord Mr W 1 Steele and Mr Frank Steele of Versailles She was a quiet modest and re tiring lady The funeral services were con ducted in Versailles on Tuesday HUt the remains were brought to our cemetery for interment by the side of her husband in the fancily lot Dr J S Collins DENTIST 021 Main St Frankfort Ky Gltf Pleasant to take J Laxative SyrupNAT- URES J t CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor t And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts l are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thaniany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE r Y NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows r It I have an immense stock of GI iISSall sizes and ua interest you us to price and quantity t FRANK G STAGG t Hardware Paints Oils Etc f t LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 4LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1804 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I INo 9iNo4I Stations INo1 Dully Ex Mln Ex Sun AM A AM PMLeave Ar MI225 Lexington ArI 005 a10 825 Winchester 520 50 Olii Clay City 120 485 40fi 023 Stanton 430 485 954 Natural Bridget 401 449 Torrent OlI 847 Buutty villo Junction 820 rr 015 OdI 1Jackson III 223 nndlocnl1111111t 1 Uv for Bnatty l I1 connuut with tho O 8 O Uy at L E Junction for at Sterling mid local station J B BARB CHARLES SCOTT l General Manauur GP A OrtIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY J NO No No 83 No Dully IIItills Ex Sund Ex DailyEx MlsA r IM LyeJAM Ar p M Ario 080 285 Jackson 38Q 925 280 O K Junction 843ll Wilhurst 917 880 J52 Hampton 10I 1a Leo 510122x3 10 1 17hOI 122 Helechawa 618 1228 i105 Cannel City 545 12451 Nos and will mako closo connection at O K Junction with Nos and for MISS BOB WHiTE THE STROLLERS Whilo sitting with little Frank De hon lust Thursday evening watching the rehearsals of The Strollers nt ye Park I was much amused and surprised by a start ling narration the little comedian poured forth The coincidence came as a sequel to a chorus girls volunteering to take part in a hehup and which brought forth great r r commendation from the manage Q 1meat Isnt that remarkable poured forth little Frankie and as my friend Richard Harding Davis would say Vfrom the little I girl too but its always so Ill tell you what happened in sensonrnil of you who have a mind to but IlUll telling you straight facts and if you are from Mis souri you dun go ask Manager Mellinger of Cumberland Md In all my years as Billy Van Mil lion in Miss Bob White I have never missed but one performance and that was a mistake at that selfsame Maryland town and was duo to an accident the night before tit Hagerstown when I unfortunately got some makeup in my eye and thought for the time heillg I was going to be blind But thanks to an eminent physician I wns able with effort to get about that night again al though it was some weeks before I recovered my proper vision At this one performance however with the house almost entirely sold out it was simply impossible t for me to go on I was suffering t the agonies of the other place so much so in fact that the com iipftny was called together and told there would be no perform ance and as I hud no understudy joy prevailed in chorusdom for their evading a hustle greatly pleased them but woo and frowns were the order for our manager Mr Varley ho was just going before the curtain to dismiss the audience when a little hand grasped his coat sleeve and one of our chorus girls said May I ispeak to you a moment Think 4ing it us a touch or some foolish 1 t question ho brushed her aside and molfmont but her determined little arm grasped tighter and she roil orated I must see you now1 bithwoman manner that unnerved i2lim and he parleyed sulliciontly to say Well what is it 1 want to play Mr Deshons part I and save the house this afternoon Mr Varloy came forth the frank little reply Varloy stood aghast and couldonly ejaculate a feeble What But our little wouldbe heroinoVvas not pleased in time least Oh yes I can dot it she said I have been with Bob since its first performance I have never missed a show I have been watching Mr Deshon and as I am just his build 1 think his clothes will fit me and I can do his lances Well thats what I heard anyway In my part the people say she gave a darn good showin fact that evening when I was taking a bracer before the performance with the Doctor one of those Cumberlandites asked the barten der if he had seen the show and upon learning that he had notIproceeded to tell him all Why its great said he und that little funny fellow is fine Gee whiz but ho can dance It took a few kinks out of my wool continued Mr Deshon butt was the first tq congratulate our little lifesavor stud she deserved it Who was she That isnt a fair question but Ill tell you It was Connie Mack and she malls good and then we all steered right by the drug store and took tall things with cherries floating around the bottom served with straws over a long counter At Capital Theatre on Tuesday November 18 Eczema scald head hives itch iness of the skin of any sort in stun tly relieved permanently cured Doan s 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 Sand build up your health Only 25 cents money hack ifnot cured Sold by all druggists PUCCINIS BEAUTIFUL LA BOHEME Puccinis celebrated grand opera La Bohomewill be sung for the first time in Cincin nightduringthe Grand This beautiful four act music drama with its scenes based on Henry Murgers popular novel Vei do Boheme is de scribed us a lelightful mingling of comedy and pathos Its characters are picturesque types found only in the Paris Latin Quarter and its story is made npIf inci dents that illustrate the joys and sorrows of the IY and sad butter fly life led by the thousands of bohemians wlio are attracted to that section of Paris that has come to be the let fILof all art students The Savage English Grand Opera artists have attained special distinction in this opera and the performance will attract ono of the most brilliant audi ences of the week If genuineLaxative he remedy that cures a cold In one dayI IiIPiiii rir1 l1f For the Roundabout EDUCATIONAL ETHICS Seventh Paper Concluded The admonition to a child to keep his fare pleasant lest it should grow into permanently ugly lines nay have been thoughtlessly uttered yet it con tains this germ of unquestioned scientific fact namely that thought externalizes itselfupon the body You meet a friend the question of health is the principal topic of conversation Miserable despondent pessimistic life ap pears too dismal and too unhappy for existence and utter running the gamut of ailments you separate feeling as ifa cold east wind had chilled the milkof human kindness in your breast Around tho corner a cheery voice accosts you a slap on the back and you meet face to face the Ytemperword of comfort is spoken sym pathy given a blessing bestowed and you pass on to your work re freshed with renewed energy and the certainty of success as Men ken expresses the feeling Nothing great is easily won Life is love and love is eter nity In Alfred Russell Wallaces recital of the achievements of this Wonderful Century he gives twentyfour great inventions to this century only fifteen to all proceed ing time 1 The mariners compass 2 The steam engine 8 The telescope 4 The barometer and thermom eter 5 Printing 0 Arable numerals 7 Alphabetical writing- S Modern chemistry founded 0 Electrical science founded 10 Gr tvitation established 11 Keplers law 12 The differential calculus 18 The circulation of the blood 14 Light proved to have finite velocity 15 The development of geometry A thousand others might be mentioned but enough is ex pressod in this small space to in terest the lovers of educational ethics arousing very dormant power and ranking each one con scious of greater strength to go forward into the sunlight of lifes investigation with characteristic vim and purpose To set the intellectual ma chinery in motion to stake it work and keep it working so that tho inseparable association of the intenselyinteresting insisted upon as the cardinal find essential denouement of the minds accouchment Cons iAte n t thou with the principles quoted Eveningfloursteachers conception of the kin dergartens function must consist in rousing tho native energies of tho child and preeminently bring about selfdevelopment Ho in sists that this selfdevelopment is the consequent selfactivity of the childs own nmindof the experi throughinlearned This experienco must f W 2 j be his ownhy no other experi oncf than tho childs own can ho lie educated at all The educr tion therefore that he trains is sflfrducation and thf kindergar tfiifT iH constituted as time stimu lator awl director of this intel Ielflnl process by which the IpfiriHT educates himself This is centra principle of all eduea trrnofnil teaching The child hss eyes oars and lingers which ar iinployed on things and facts knowledgoItoiistituti his elementary educa tion thp education which makes powersforumsfor its after work in life Time aFociutional free kindergarten system employs every art and ap plication of the art of teaching the objective point being the per feet and complete personal ele ment only displaced by the wail of disappointed life universally paraphrased as failures epitome Jhis training consists of divi sional characteristics instrumental and relative education moral intellectual aesthetic n ligious social und national the principles which control nation and religions are the same today as they were in ages gone by each educnItionamental idea of its civilization for the family society and religious ceremonials and formulating laws in public service civil and military ndministrntionINothing is lost but by the will and law of a great just cause the very breath of life is made up of matter comprising air oxygen hydrogen nitrogen even water being composed of myriads of auimalcula The clouds are water carriers and the little stream hidden in the mossy dell becomes the mother of the great river which finds its continued life in the bosom of the mighty ocean Live on for good clangs the great bell while the gate which man calls death is wreathed with fadeless flowers of health and life Resurrection and immortality This is why we livefor this we die to rise again in fresh beauty and a newer life From cause to effect from effect to cause claims scientific as well as psychic ex planation and the child receives it without fear and realizing the signification ofnothimg lost will findn thrill of satisfaction and pride in knowing that it too cnn aid as well as assist in talking up the sum total ofa beautiful record The effect of such training upon the child must be one of faithful dependence and a sense of ten derest reverence for Gods lily in time spiritual as well as the nat ural world Time teacher in this wonderful century hats manifold destiny Time importance of her calling is heyond words to express the worth of an immortal spirit Her responsibility to Godthe means to a right end in the unseen possibilities of education and its effects upon the child heart Let her environment be as beautiful as pictures warmth and conveniences will permit and let her be tho element in the field of educational endowment that shall use above the mean ignoble things that speakof earth Her salary is important It is her living Bring out from the shndows ofIt restricted province the sunshine of optimistic truth and let her tell the children that sowing and reaping are as real in the intellectual world as in the material und that worth makes the man the want of it the fel lowThe effect of teachers meetings institute work and other effects seen in the progressive circle of educational life in our State Bud county speaks well for the promoters and leaders of ethnical en tity Time superintendents deserve congratulation and the hashers good marks When wo shall have fought for the right to teach unrestrictedly and in the spirit of the Divine Teacher then shall be addedto the multiplied endowment of each substracted method tho divisibility of concerted movement und in the sweot consciousness of work well done in tho kingdom of the child tho promise of the Father will have been fulfilled And lo 1 am with you always even unto tho end of the world COXI rrfpl id 7J jJ v i IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered hv tho Henderson Route Jletweon Louisville and St Louis Con 7nonaimmtu Sunday June 6th Kentuckys populate line tho Hen iursnu Houtft will inaugurate a safa and lint Diiy service between Louisville iiiul St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points OlOratedinsafe schedules lltwf Louisville and St LOll is Leave Louisville S50 a in 000 p in and 700 a in Arrive St Louis 010 p in 720 a in and 0K p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of tho most mod ern vestibule pattein and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 8550 n in train through without Ilianjio of ears will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Frto Reclining Chan Cars doing Curs and high back sent passenger coaches The 000 p m train through a without change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Be clining Chair Cars and high buck seat passenger coaches The 700 a m twin will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will servo meals a la carte you pay only for what you setaAll trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west risk the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will have them in stock and will be glad to wayYou in every re spect with tho accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed time Olllcial Route for Kentuckians Hr Partys Couilifron rulders are just what a horse needs whet in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vaiinifngo They are rot food bu iiiodicinu and the Vest in use to pUt a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComnt Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour front 0 a m to 9 except 11 a m and S p m Leave Parts for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 111 p m except 11 a m S and p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 ar m to 10 pnl except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunk leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8nO p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at ll85n in Leaves Paris 145 pram Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets cnn be had on application at the com panys oflice 404 Wet Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President- tf LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN A bn mare about 14 hands high with a little white on theIhind foot fore top nut off about 9 years old near White Sulphur Scott county known as the Will Mefford farts which is now owned by A M Glass Bought in Dnyfromunknown Twenty dollars reward will he given to the person who gives information or brings her to A M Glass White Sulphur Scott county Ky It 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably jmtentnbte Oomraunlc dons etrictiy on Patents tent free Oldest forescurtnR patents Patents taken through Mam Co receive special notice without choree In tho Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrcesi elr dilation of any eclentlUo Journal Term3 M oeikDraneb 0 Splen GiFts I FARMERTHE did Christmas POU OLD AND YOUNGBotheringlist below you will find n of gift arti value nnd quality Although we are showing many clef suitable for every member of the family from grnndmotherChristmAsfound on our counters One of your most importandthen bring the Hut to Farmers at your earliest opportunityHoliday Infants Sets 50c to 50tBeautiful All Linen Sheer Initial Linen 5c IOccan afford to Pay is the FarmerVelvet Cats LeDoffs Elephants Novelties etc 25c 75cISheer Linen Embroidered extra value 25c 0 re s Whisk Brooms with holders Beautiful Lace Handkerchief 50cto5 Picture Frames Pen WIPers etc Stylish Winter SuilsCloaksT The Farmer Store Suits are Suits of- satisfaction has come to be a con mon saying in Frankfort They satisfy in si tt in wear and best of all in price You need a new Suit or Cloak for the holidays See us about it Brown Cloaks at 700 worth 000 Blackand Tan Cloaks 800 worth 1200 Long Cloaks and Rain Coats 1000 worth 1500 Handsome Cloaks 1500 worth k2000 to 2500 IJacket or Vest Suits at 1500 worth to rMisses Junior Suits at 1000 1Oand 1500 A FINE TRIP Kentucky Press Association Irhedepart from the custom of a summer outing during 1995and will make a winter tour to the Southland instead The Association will hold a midwinter meeting in Louisville oil Friday January 6tool leave the follow in day for the South The L the Atlanta Coast Line and fNFlorida East Coast Line will the party in special Pull man sleeping cars The same cars will be occupied throughout the trip The places to be visited are t Montgomery Jacksonville St Augustine Palm Beach Ormonde nnd Miami The party returning will arrive in Louisville about Sunday morning January 15th The exact schedule for the trip will be given about December 5th t when the railroads will have fixed their winter I5chedulesI The cost of the trip will he Thisfxpenssltperson TO HAVANA CUBAI Arrangements have been made for those who wish to go to Ha vana Tho Havana party Will- have tho main body at Miami u and transportation will be pro vided by the Peninsular Occi dental Steamship Co on an ad vertising basis Your meals and t berth will cost 1050 for the round trip from Miami Four days will be spent in Ha oifh 8 Belts Bags UmbrellasSPLENDID I Weve an especially combination of tit ility line of Umbrellas for subaptly linked with surpass day buyers They are ing style is well illustrated stantially made on stout frames in these newest fashions incovere1 with fabrics that will Leather Silk and Velvetreally keep off the rain The Should yOU ask us to name the 3 fdendeand Pocket Books can find a serviceable umbrella or daughter we sh uld say at once New Velvet Girdle Belts 25shere to exactly fit their purse the material torah anew dress ThenNow150 Extra value natural handles at choose from this Farmer stock that150New new75c New Bellows shape Silver or gold mounted hRl1dlesest patterns an in Burnt Leather very styFancy Handles for children to 250 Mohair Block Plaid nOc totoZibilenes Red Gleen or Black 39c worth 100 New Mist Suiting Blue or Brown Co ynrdS 100 for 150 A warm and cosy Fur A nine Rug makes a mightyquality piece would make a most showy Christmas gift looks when it is spread out acceptable Christmas gIfton the floor yet you do for Oill or woman need to spend much money ntVeforSlelksstuck to choose from all prices and to suit all ideas of Cony Scarfs 150 to OOthem overualIty counts in Silk as in no Mink Scarfs 500 to 700 72 inch Brussell Rugs 100 other fabric These prices are Isabella Fox Scarfs 700 to 72 inch Axminster Rugs 200 modest but the quality is right RugsIsabella New Red Plaids 85c 1750 to 2000 Oriental Rugs 600 Handsome Brown or Green Plaids Muffs 500 and 1000 Room Size Rugs 1000 to 100 per yard Childrens Sets 400 and 500 3500 Brown neat effects for Suits 69c 4 J I vana Hotel rates in Havana are 0 to 4 per lay Those who go to Havana will send only 10 for sleeping car space This will make the expense for those going to Cuba about 80 extra If you intend to make the trip please advise the Secretary by December 15th as all arrange ments must be completed by that dateState whether or not you will go to Havana Send a check for 12 for each person to cover the expense of sleepingdirs After December 20th 5 extra will be charged for those who ore delin quent in remitting as an extra ex pease is involved hi making arrangements for those who delay Bo sure to remit your annual dues 2 for each paper und 12 for sleeping cur space for each personPapers wishing to become mem hers will remit 7 for fees and dues R E MORN1NGSTAR Bowling Green Ky CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the fASignature of MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the health ofuur children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cure is tho best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by J W Gayle j ttt Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send two cent stamp to MR OEO B ALLEN Afissitant General Passenger Agent St Lonis Mo- O H HUNGERFORD District Paasenger Agent Louisville Ky DOLL GIVEN AllAY I Everyone making a cash purchase of 1000 will be entitled to guess the number which is in tho envelope and at tached to the doll on display in our show window You will be furnished a card uppn which you will write guess name and address and deposit ilLin a sealed box This box will bo opened on Decem ber 26 and the one guessing the num ber or the one nearest will get the dollIGUESS ANY NUMBER W T READING SON 1 313 BROADWAY t t OPPOSITE CAPITOL FRANKFORT KY I The Place For Fine China t Lamps And Toys Jwrl itch1inessstantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At any drug store O4TORIA-B theat dJlot Dr Weavers Treatment for the blood Cerate for skin eropttai THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you if used Dr Kings Now Life PiUEIJJho- usnnds of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 centsjmoney back if not cured Sold by all druggists I S D JOHl SON COMPANY Wish to announce that on Monday October 10 they will open a Ladies Tailoring And Dress Making Department UncUr 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 i CO MAIN STREET JOHNSONS D FRANKFORT KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M R Adams the pastor will I preach at 11 n HI and 780 p m Morning subject Mens Work in the Church Evening subject The Sonrlet LettAr or The Command ment In Frankfort SundnyBohool at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible Jlnss Tnuplit by E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strantx ers invited to join Baraoa Bible Class at 945 taught toy tin pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 630 In a Leader Basil Kenney Topic How to Break Bad Habits and Cultivate Good Ones Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASOENSTON EPISCOPALCHURHCRov A B Chinn rec tor Sunday December 11 980 Sundayschool 11 Morning Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer fO1IOWod by a talk on History and Use of Prayer Book Friday Teachers Meeting at730 Bible Study at 750 These services are all open to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J T MoKissiuk of Lexington will preach at 11 a m and 780 p SumJzsuhoul at 980 a in in the chapel Willil1Topic How to Break its and Cultivate Good Onus Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel Tope Ye Sent Once and Again Unto My Necessity The Junior Endeavor Society will iheet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the chapel Every body invited PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRov tor a m 780 p mISundn I Young Peoples Society at a30 p r m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 730 p mIEverybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mates 7HO a m High Mass 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m 1FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 3HURCHRov J MoClusky Blay fey D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris I tian Endeavor ac 045 p m- All the youiiR people are invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p m toattendMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Viiujrht the pastor will preach at n m and 780 p m- SundaJfHho lnt 945 a m Junior Loaguo at ap in Senior League at 7 p m t Prayormenting Wednesday night nt7HO oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend OASrOnXAl- JIh Ito Bignatnro rt of STATUE OF GEO ROGERS CLARK GIVEN TO MISSOURI The statue of Gen George Rogers Clark which was placed in the Kentucky building of the Worlds Fair by Mr Karl B Grnhn of Louisville has been donated to the Missouri Historical Society by Mr Grnhn Mr Grahn is one of Kentuckys best men He married Miss Lizzie Dehoney a cousin of Mr W S Dehoney who formerly lived hero A PLEASANT PILL No pill is as pleasant and posi tive as DeWitts Little Early Risers DeWitts Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by J W Gayle ACCIDENT 0 STCLAIR STREET BRIDGE a While a team of W A Gaines Co was coming across the St Clair street bridge on Monday while the ground was covered with sleet the two mules in front slipped and fell down It was with difficulty that the heavy wagon loaded with whisky was prevented from running over the prostrate animals The bridge was as slick as glass GUTTERS SLUSHED The gutters were slushed on Wednesday by direction of Mayor Parnell This was 11 wise meas are If now he would have the mud scraped ill and hauled away from the intersection of High and inJtontIue Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrtflea the blood Cerato ointment for the skin LETTER LIST The folllowing is a list of advertised letters for the week ondinj December 10 1001 Adams Mrs J O Adams Thomas Arnold Fletcher Black E H Jiiyant Miss Addie Bryotto Mr and Mrs VirginiaCrosby Curry Oliver Grimes Mrs Elsie V Hard in H C Harris Mrs Ben E Hutton W R Kotcham J O Meloan 1 M Miller Mist Nannie Mudd W R Phillips Miss Mattio 2 Richards lIlt Cordelia Southworth C H Taylor Miss Life Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saccetsful treatment for blood and akin diseases 1 i j SMAL CROWD Owing to the miserable weather there was only a small court day MondayIstock plug horses were disposed of Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the house In stant relief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents of any sort UST ANLEYS METROPOLITAN CO CRPltRl1Inounce the engagement of the loader of popular price attractions Stanleys Metropolitan Stock Co for a period of throe nights and they will make their bow to a Frankfort audience un next Thursday evening This is the company that has been breaking all box office records at every city in which this company has had the pleasure of appearing and they will no doubt duplicate their great success here Their plays scenery and electrical etToots aro1 up the standard and beyond They carry a lino of high olassvaudoville acts especially engaged and the latest moving pictures and illustrated songs The curtain is never down from the rise to the fall thud patrons of the Theatre on look forward to a dramatic and vaudeville treat at peoples popu lar prices 10 20 and 80 cents ladies free on opening night providing they are accompanied with party holding ono 30 ont ticket which must be reserved before 6 p m on opening day Seats on sale at Barretts Opening bill Thurs day evening The Witch of Wall Street Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh oj the 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the Grand during the week of December 12th This famous or ganization is now making a trans continental tour after nine years of unbroken success in eastern cities The approaching opera festival will afford the chief mu sical event of the year at the GrandThe company has not been heard outside of a dozen eastern cities during its history until this sea son With his array of English singing artists full grandopera orchestra of forty musicians und chorus of nearly seventy voices Mr Savage is credited with the largest and best English Grand Opera Company in the world It numbers nearly 150 people find has its own chartered train of twelve cars to carry the immense equipment of scenery costumes properties and electric effects re quired for each opera To accommodate these superb productions in Cincinnati Man tigers Rainforth Havlin of the Grand will be compelled to make numerous alterations in the stage and r move three rows of seats from the orchestra to provide space for the musicians The repertory for the weekwith the dates und arrangements of performances will be as follows Monday evening December 12 Verdis Othello Tuesday evening December 13 Qizets Curmon Wednesday matinee December M Verdis 11 Trovatore Wednesday evening December 14 Wagners Lohengrin Thursday evening December 15 Puccinis La Boheme n Friday evening December 16 Wagners Tannhaeuser Saturday matinee December 17 Mascagnis Cavalleria Rusti cana followed by Leoncavallos I Pug iucci Saturday evening December 17 Wagners Lohengrin Among the loading singers to be hoard are Toseph Sheehan the famous high C tenor Reginald Roberts the Australian tenor William Wegener the Wagnerian tonor Gertrude Rennyson and lean Lane Brooks two superb dramatic sopranos Marion Nell the great contralto whose Cur men has caused such wide comment and Rita Nevman the mozosoprano who is to be heard Wednesday night in Mine Shu mannHeinks famous roll of Or trod Win f red GotV Americas finest baritone and Arthur Deane the English baritone direct from Covent Garden Francis J Boyle the popular basso told Harrison W Bennett the stalwart basso cantante The orchestra will bo under the musical direction of the Chevalier N B Emanuel who hits had thirty years experience in Eu r J r ConductorElliottDuring opera week the scale of prices will range from two dollars to fifty centS The sale of seats and boxes will open at the Grand December8thing remittances will be filled in the order of receipt ESCAPEDi ClutchlllIITHE AREHAPPYTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife MaynordAve HighIPresident John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave ShuttzIVe with responsible witnesses of what Denna Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you be surprised at the immediate help it affords For sale a- tGAYLES Store DeWitts ffijiS Salve For Piles Burns Sores FRLE FOR THIS MONTH One of those Fine Portraits made everydozenMATTERNS STUDIO 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observed in Fayette and adjoining counties Streams and springs which had been for weeks recently commenced to flow and it is reported that nu merous wells in certain sections of the county are accumulating water The south branch of the Elkhorn creek which hits been devoid of water for weeks is now flowing About ten days ago it was noticed that water was slowly collecting in pools and the rise increased to a flow A visitor from the Western section of the springsinnever known to fail wont dry re maining so for weeks Within the last few lays but before the rains these springs have resumed their flow relieving an almost unprecedented water famine in that sectionThe phenomenon was reported to different members of the staff of the Kentucky experiment sta tion Prof M A Scovell said that it was probably due to what is called a periodic How The reservoirs from which the springs wells etc derive their supply of water have gone dry But the while they have been fed by a siphon from other reservoirs sum ciently to supply their outlets The cavernous nature of the lime stone section of Kentucky with its network of caves and veins possihleInstnnces sive drouth streams have dried up and then resumed their flow have been reported at other times and places so that while infrequent the phenomenon is not unheard ofLexington Herald Dec 4 This is in line with the incident given in our paper of last week about the rise in Main Elkhorn at Peaks Mill Minute Cough Cure IOneCoughs CoStis and Croup DELIGIrlFrL lOUBLE BILL FOR THE OPERA FESTI 1 SATURDAY MATINEE For the Saturday matinee of Opera Festival Week at the Grand in Cincinnati on December 17th Henry W Savage has announced a delightful double hill that in cludes Leoncavallos I1ag liacci with its passionswept harmonies and tragic story and Cayjgar intermezzo These two will bring out the full OHraSI strength of the organization having a different cast hued will be under the musical direction of the Chevalier Eman uel while Conductor Schenck will be in charge of the orchestra for f Cava lleria Kusticaim weekttH e1 s rpWce Othello on Monday night fuPH1uyrrion Iveil Verdis tuneful II Trovatore for the Wednesday I matinee anti Wagners Lohen performt Boheme on Thursday evening i and Wagners Tannhaeuser on snturIILlUngoIireco e l attention CONGRESS MEETS Ilho regular full S2 sion of Con gress met on Monday last with full houses in both branches The members who had been selected to fill vacancies occur werelswel11Tuesday when the Presidents Message which was a lengthy and able document was presented and read in each house This being the short session but very little will lie done outside the passage of the necessary ap propriation hiJJRICHRISTMAS Nil MBERMRS- ELLIIANGERS SfORYI The Christmas number of the Courier outran which will bo published this month on the 11th will have its Christmas story written by Mrs Ella Hutchison Ellwangor of this city LumpOSugarpecially to the young folks of whom Mrs Ellwanger 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