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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEJIMS 100 In Advance L J I YOL XXVIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC 17 1904 NO its 7 Ii IiHIsr1LILs AT McGIU1IFSl zjry I DONT WORRY ABOUT WHAT TO BUY For months we have been making preparations for this holiday business It is perplexing question with all of what to for a Christmas remembrancehnrdyto think what this friend would like or that one A visit to McClures will probably help you to unconpciously solve this problem Whether it does or not the beauty of the goods and the variety of things shown will make the time spent hero very enjoyable After an hour hero we think you will be equally as enthus iastic about the beauty of the display ns 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 McClure Si Son r 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY BASKETSAn SUITABLE PRESENTSFO- R EVERYBODY Christmas Gifts on dis play exactly what through bo pleasantly surprised splendid assortment Holiday showing buy until steels Here is a list of that would make suitable useful Xmas GIftsFancy Novelties China WareVases Collar and Cuff Boxes Shaving Sets Toilet Sets Dolls Etc Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Gloves Belts Hosiery Underwear Dress Patterns Waist Patterns Skirt Patterns Table Cloth Napkins Bed Spreads Lace Curtains Comforts Blankets and Sheets FURS We have a nice selection and you will be safe in buying Furs from us nothing but the best is here Just now we are offering rare values at 250 1000 1500 These would make excellent Xmas gifts China 3t new Departure We 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 Cess than Regular Prices Or about the usual wholesale price There are tankards vases pitchers chocolate pots sugars creams plates cups and saucers rose vases and a great variety of smaller pieces Some Kelva ware some German China a great deal of Japanese China now so popular This is a beautiful display will interest all lovers of pretty China The prices will vary from 25c up to about fiOO for the handsomer pieces A piece of beautiful China is a most appropriate gift for any lady 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 lOc to 150 We know of nothing that 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 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 representative one of the city Any lady will ap preciate a handsome bag gentleman a fine pocketbook Our blight pal kling line of is told you will find hero you want Come and look you will at the of goods arc Dont you have our line goods and Albums Silk Towels FURS sold 500 and were and and and any seem any we Ready Made Garments In this department you can find many suitable and very useful pres ents for Ladies Misses and Children at very Low Prices SLIPPERSMens and felt everettes and romeos ladies and childrens genuine Dolge felt slip 1018 in all the beautiful shades Several colors n ladies felt slippers at 100 a pair BIBLES AND BOOKS Wesell a grcat man Bibles every Christmas 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 boysand girls like these Crokinole for 100 Plenty of 5c and lOo games Flinch Pit Sherlock Holmes Gamut and all the new 60c editions always form a prom inent part in our holiday display From 25c up to 760 SILK UMBRELLAS Ladies and gentlemens sizes either in wood or pearl gold or sliver 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 150I to 300 0 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 liner ones up to 2000 for a genuine alligator case Here iswhere we can please the mothers Childrens Cloaks in sizes 1 year to 5 years A prettier line never shown in Frankfort before We have them in White Tan Red and Blue Extra values 150 200 250 to 500 Call and see them Specials for the Next Ten Days 1 lot Baby Ribbon good colors suitable for tieing packages only 1c per yard 1 lot Ladies Plain White Hem stitched Handkerchiefs good quality worth 10c only 5c each Ladles good quality nicely made Flannelette gowns neatly trimmed worth 100 for the next ten days only 89c 1 lot Gentlemens Fleece Lined Un derwear Shirts and Drawers worth 50c only 39c per garment Tenquarter all wool Blankets extra quality worth 375 only 300 per pair lot Mill Ends Table Linen 2 2V and yards lengths regular price 75c per yard you can buy for 59c 48 inches wide fine Venetian Cloth in Brown Green and Tan worth 150 you can buy for 100 per yard tt 1 t TIESWe dont believe there is a man living who has enough neckties Our COc line is unusualFpredomintttingusually 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 a most equisite range of patterns be ginning at 100 and running on up to 300 COLORED SHIRTS Some special prices on Manhattan colored laundried shirts The 200 kind for 150 and the 150 ones for SlOO KID GLOVES Are excellent presents Our 100 cloves are above the ordinary Both dressed and undressed kids at this price And then Fisk Clark Flaggs at 50 200 and 25Q Fur gauntlets at 350 and 500 HANDIERCHJEFSt T Handsome suspenders a single pair in a box at from 50c to 300 FANCY SOCKS We always have a beautiful display of theseyat 25c and 5U- cSWEATERS A For men boys and children We have pre pared especially for the demand for childrens sweaters and have a most pleasing variety of patterns and styles at prices from 50c to 150iMens sweaters at all prices up to 500 TOBACCO VASES 1 You cant miss it by giving a man one of these It is bound to be an appreciated gift In our sample china line is a SPECIAL GAMES Look at ChuckIL Luck and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trix the new card game ji Hand Bags Rings Hat Pins Turn over Collars Side Combs Back Combs Etc Ladles Tailor Made Suits What would make a more accepta ble gift to a lady than a tailor made suit You can buy them from us at just half of the regular selling price Remember no old styles Nothing but new firstclass stylish goods are offered But you must come early if you intend to take advantage of these extraordinary bargains Better come today X15 00 Suits only 7 50 20 00 Suits only 10 00 25 00 Suits only 12 50 Walking Skirts The shirts that we have sold have given universal satisfaction The styles are correct and the prices are always most reasonable We have a large stock to choose from 1 lot Skirts well made that sold for 500 you can have choice of anyone for 389 1 lot Skirts made of Cheviot wen made in Black Blue and Brown regular price 050 to 750 you can have choice of any one for 498 lot Skirts made of fine suiting in Black and Navy Blue handsomely tailored regular price 1000 sale price only 750 4143 St Clair Street C KAGIN St BRO Xcnr Bridge h11 ilt t df I 1r 11 UIf If II IIWe have awaiting your approval and selection n noteworthy assortment of holiday gifts embracing a erywile vnngo of prices and from which any requirement can be filled We are always glad rto welcome visitors and aid imaking selections when desired Cut Glass American Cut Glass at its best is the worlds best Our stock is very COIn pletco selected from the most attractive productions the foremost makers yet the prices are seductively low for such exquisite goods I For man there is sure to be found something that fSl11tS in this particular We enumerate a few suggestions for mans personal use WATCHES CHAINS SEALS FOBS FLASKS CIGAR CUTTERS t RINGS CUFF LINKS KNIVES MATCH BOXES STUDS CIGARETTE CASES fPIXS CHARMS SHAVING SETS t t 230 t ll t i PERSONAL C E Collins spent Sunday I Judge Ira Julian left Monday for Washington City a Mrs Jerome Weitzel SIlent Sunday in Louisville Miss Ruth Lauphlin has gone to Louisville to reside Dr E E Hume has returned from Baltimore Md Mr J Tandy Ellis of here this week 1wasMr John H Stuart went to Ash j land on Wednesday- Dr C A Fish was in Louisville the first of the week Col GAO G Fetter of Louisville was ill tho city Tuesday Mrs A D Martin is visiting friends in Chiqago Ills Mr W Scott Mays of Spring field was hero this week Mr Jos W Pugh of Covington was in tho city this week Mr Ben Marshall went hunting r in Owen county this week Mr W H PORe made a business trip to Louisville this week Mrs Geo W Wilder and sou of Palis visited here this week J Mr H V and wife were in this week L Maj W E Bradley and wife visited in Louisville this week Dr H S Koller and wife visited relatives in Louisville this week Miss Mary Keith Miles visited relatives in Lexington this week Mr George and family have gone to Seattle Wash to JtHldcI Mr James Sower and wife of l Lawrenceburg spent Sunday her Mr Win Jenny of the Journal Ofllco spent Sunday in Cincinnati Miss Grace OHara of New Cas tie visited friends hero this week W P Walton of tho Lexing Democrat was hero Wednes day Mayor Thos A onhs of Lox ington was in tho city on Wednes day DR E r Specialist en Diseases of Childrenr Office and mdaunco ubove WEITZEL R OEONNELL MS Team tit TELKlHONKH Old 184 Now J36 f h if- I 4 1ltifjf t r l Col Ed E Abbott has returned from a visit to his mother at War sawMr Richard Morris has gone to the Eastern cities on a business trip Mrs R G Higdon lert Tuesday for O vensborn to spend the holi daysMisses Mary and Virginia Gray visited relatives in Louisville this weekHon Harvey Myers and wife of Covington were in the city this week Miss Bottle Johnson of Henry county visited friends here this weekDr Sam South who has boon In St Louis Mo fat some tine has returnedMr M Scott and Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spent Sun day here Mrs E C Stephens and Miss Lottie Wilson visited in Louisville this week Mr Walter C Scott of San Francisco Cal visited relatives here this week Judge F V Cox and Sheriff J M leathers of Carlisle were here Mr Geo F Berry who has been hunting in Union county has re turned home Hon Wm T Ellis of OWOLB boro was in the city on legal busi ness this week MIss Soothe Cliinn who has been visiting relatives in Louisville has returned home Judge J H Haelrigg has boon in Washington City on legal business this week iMr Chins Whltebond who has been in Richmond on business has returned home Miss Ann Church who has been visiting friends in Louisville hns returned hums Mr Brown Taylor visited his sis tor Mrs Acldin Taylor in Louis villo tills Week T 11 Parrish of Mt Star ling was the gnst of Miss Florlne Havens thus week Miss Mary Keith Miles who has been visiting friends in Lexington hits returned home Dr C E Roomele was culled to Miss Inez Starling are visiting of Stanford licl ChristmasGifts No matter for whom a gift is desired it is certainly farrbetter to select some article that has not only utility to commend it but possess beauty and intrin sic value as well Such an of gives much pleasure to the recipient and is used and cherished for years Whatever your r sires we can meet them and our prices will always be found to be moderate Table Silver i1trepresentationhere glldand adornmentI CHATELAINES IRELIABLE JEWELER M A SELBERT Street tMrs McChesnoy jir CROEMELE Wednesday witnessIin IsvIIheI tering FLOUR1SUIIJ to throw away per For sale by the best but a special with John M and C W SaHoll was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Miss Dorothy Gillmni of West Liberty has returned home from a visit to friends here Cnpt Theodore and Mr F G Stagg a business trip to Richmond this week Capt W H McAlpin is making a business trip to the locks on the upper Kentucky river Mr Warwick Miller of Louisville was in attendance upon the here this week Mr Edward Finnoll of the Tour mini office Sunday with his mother in Shelbyvillo Miss Mary J Glenn of Paris was the guest of Mrs John P Hanley Shelby street this week Mrs OUR G Coulter of Mayfield was the guest of Mrs Jas A Scott Shelby street this week Mr Price M Taylor of St Louis Mo is visiting is mother on Short street who is sick Mr1 Dudley Smith of Shelby ville visited his niece Mis J Bu ford Ilendrick tills week Mr Chas C McChord of Spring field Railroad Commissioner for this District is in till city Miss Beatrice Payne of Cumber land City Tenn is the guest of her sister Mrs C F Allen Mr AI Scott of the Frankfort Telephone Co is in Lawroncoburg on business for the company Mr Jos L Rodman and wife visited their son 111 John M Hod man in Louisville this week Miss Rena Marston of Califor nia who Ills Keen the guest of rol Iatlvos hero has returned homo IDr Otto D Reddish of sot niter a visit to Ills old home home Ills returned to Somerset Mrs C F Allen who has peen visiting relatives at Cumberland City Tenn has returned home Miss Laura Craddook of Wash ington City who has boon visiting friends home has returned home Mss Virginia Burrows of Sharps burg Va who has been the guest of friends horn has leturned hume Mr J B Lewis of this oillce was the guest of Mr has A Hodges in Louisville on Sunday Mrs Sadie Yantis of Lex l The beautiful designs which modern new patterns in knives forks and dishes Jewelry and articles for personal in both silver BROOCHES WATCHES RUGS CHAINS LOCKETS PENDANTS HAT BRACELETS COMBS OPERA UMBRELLAS NECK CHAINS St Clair Owensboro Louisville Read spoons GLASSES spoiled bread Satisfaction three times day groceries Driscoll Elhvanger Wiley made courts spoilt quite Somer Fogg the ington was the guest of her cons Jn Miss Mary Keith Milos this weekCapt W F Dandridgo and wife who have been in Washington City for several weeks have returned C E Wallace who has boon the guest of her mothoi Mrs Erd man in Louisville has returned home Mrs J Q A Stewart of F rm dale is the guest of her daughter Mrs J M VuiiDerveor Shelby streetMisses Anna Brill and Lszio Hunt Chinn left Monday to attune the GathrightFarmer wo lIng in Lou isvilleMrs Grant L Roberts who has boors at the bedside of her father at Minerva Ohio returned Tuesday nigiit Mrs John G South nen Brad icy visited her parents Gov W O Bradley and wife in Louisville this week l3owliugGreen CoyleIinMrs Cornelia Bush who has been the guest of her son Mr Sum S Mush in Louisville has re turned home Prison Commissioner Geo V Green of Hopklnsville who has been here home for several days has returned IMiss Mario Lindsoy of Louis vine who was the guest of her Mrs D W Lindsey has returned home Mr John Miles Emmitr who has boon serving as one of the 10ffursoll Guards at the Worlds Fair has returned home Mr Ed E Abbott of tho K D W II Co was called to Warsaw Saturday by the serious illness of his aged mother Mr Howard Taylor wont to Lou isville Sunday to have his crippled arm attended to by the surgeon in charge of the Crib Prof Hugh R McKen attended the meeting of Superintendents of City Schools for the State in Lox ington on Thursday Miss Ruth Matthews and Miss Nuttall of Now Castle who wore guests of Mrs Lawrence Cloud have returned homo f IMr W D Roy has resigned his position with the Kentucky Dis tilleries and Warehouse Co and will remove to Louisville to reside Mr Louis Weitzel and Mr Eli Gardner who have been serving at Jefferson Guards at St Louts Mo have returned homo Col W J Wilmore Supervisor of Distilleries for the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co was in the city on Saturday Mr Geo A Hood and wife of Hartwell Ohio who have ueen guests of Mr B S Hughes and family have gone homo Mrs Win E Hunt of Greenville Miss who has boon the guest of her mother Mrs Virginia Critten den has returned hume Mrs Wm Sanford of Lebanon who has boon the guest of Misses Hattio and Emmie Hcott Shelby street has returned llama Mr C W Dorsey of Crescent Hill who has been the guest of M r Robt Boyd Robertson Third street has returned homo Mr John A Burton of Lebanon who has huts the guest of his brother Mr Robt A Burton Shelby street has guar hume Mes rs Too Holton Burry South Frank French Cass Shaw and Weldon Soutti have gone to Florida on a hunting and camping trip Mrs John S Grant and son John- S Jr of Texarkana Ark who have been guests of Maj J A LouisIMr Ioraino Mix who has boon Assistant Attorney General under Gun N B Hays bras resigned to accept a posh ion as Assistant City Attorney of Louisville under Judge A E Richards OASTOREABears theTheSignature fof Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to tho needs of tho children Pleasant to take soothing in its influence it is tho remedy of nil remedies for every form of throat and lung disease Dr weavers Syrup marine the blood Cerate ointment for the skin cI ii r tJ DEATHS WESTERFIELDIn Now York City on Monday CtptJ H Westerfield in charge of the im provements on the Kentucky river at this city j Capt Westerfield has been in poor health for several months He leaves a wife who is a sister 1ofJudge C Brock Hill to mourn his death BRAWNER In this city on Tuesday Mrs H K Browner aged 55 years of pulmonary troubleMrs Brawner was a devout member of the Catholic Church She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her death The funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Thursday and i i the remains were deposited in our letoryED11AIifSNear Louisville on Friday afternoon Mr Frank r M Edwards aged about 40 years of heart failure Mr Edwards was a soninlaw of Mr Jesse Suter of this city He leaves a wife und several small children to mourn his death The remains were brought here on Saturday and buried in our cemetery A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is the nat ural never failing remedy for n lazy liver AGED AND BELOVED LADY BADLY HURT Mrs R M Aldridge was going hurriedly home one evening last week and inadvertantly stepped in a hole left in the pavement by having a tree cut down and was dashed to the ground badly bruis ing herself in so much that she has been confined to bed and has suffered intensely since Luckily 110 bones were broken A trained nurse and her laughter Mrs F V Gray and granddaughter Miss Mary Gray are nursing her 4LUNATIC ARRESTED James Lewis a well known col ored man was arrested on Thurs day by Officer Z T Thomason as n lunatic He will be sent to the asylum STATE DEMOCRATIC COM MITTEE CALLED Chairman Lewis McQuown has called a meeting of the State Democratic Committee for Wednesday December 21 in this city to consider a number of important matters SLIGHTLY OFF Our f1 eudof the Kentucky Journal in its yesterdays issue states that it is probable that a motion will be made by the Com monwealths Attorney for a re hearing in the Powers case and goes on to state that Judgo Can trill would sit in the case if the petition should he grouted We guess he must have forgot ten that no judge who has tried a case in the circuit court can sit in the same case if it should be appealed Judge Cantrill has already tried that case twice so he is disqualified to sit in the Appellate Court STARTLING EVIDENCE t Fresh testimony in great quan tity is constantly conning in de daring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs null Colds to e unequaled A recent expression from T J MoFarland Bentorvillo V serves as exam pIe He writes I had Bronchitis for three years und doctored all the time without being hone fited Then I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Con sumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100 4L= u MARRIED PARTRIDGE OLIVER n Louisville on Wednesday Decem ber 14 Mr M F Partridge of Powellton Liditlli Miss Ella Oliver of this city were married by Rev E L Powell D D CAPTURED MOONSHINE STILL General Deputy Collector Chas 0 Reynolds assisted by Special Deputies JT Barlow and Geo L Barnes on Wednesday captured the famous moonshine still known as Big Still located in Lame county The distillery was looted under a big hill and was able to produce a barrel of whisky per day The house was 20x20 feet The posse also destroyed a large quantity of whisky beer and mash as 011us the still und building in which it was used This is the most important cup ture in a long time Ordinary household accident have no terrors when theres It bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicine chest Heals minis cuts bruises sprains In stant relief BAD FIRE IN PRISON CHAIR FACTORY At 11 101yesterday morning un alarm from hox 24 called the de partment to the Prison where n bad fire had broken out in the drying room of the Chair Factory The drying room was completely gutted and the adjoining Chair Factory was considerably dam agedThe fire was a hard one to fight but was finally gotten under con trol about 12 15 oclock The damage was pretty heavy though largely covered by insur CHRISTMAS DINNER The donations for the Christmas dinner are coming in rather slow Please dont forget iI collection boxes in tr 1i stores and Capital fitt Please send n 1 hliior promises to the Captain as he is sick and unable to call Please help to make this dinner a grand success Yours for the poor CAPT AND MRSCOCHNOWER 116 Broadway City New Phone 244- LETTER luST The following is a list of adver Used letters for the wm k ending December 17 110- 4Armstiong Miss Olive Baker J Brueggemann William Bryson Miss Flora Butcher Malindu Christie Mrs Blond Cole Mrs Daisy Frey Warner glares Tom bring J J Kraoon Jadwiga Long Ray- McCormick Miss Annie McDonald Barnett Madden Geo B Miller Frod G Norvnle A Oliver Mrs Pearl Parker Jos Pope Inv J A Quire Miss L tin dray Skidmoro Miss Sarah Stephenson L F Warner C J Persons calling for the nhove let ters will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M r WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES Can anything be worse than to fool that every minute will bo your last Such was the expert ence of Mrs S H Newson Deca tur Ala For three years sue 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 und now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by all druggists f i il n tNm KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHow PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK jl 181v THE REV IRL R HICKS H05 ALMANAC The Rev 111 R Hicks Alma nac for 1105 is now ready being the finest edition ever issued This splendid and costly book of 200 pages is a complete study of astronomy and storm and weather for 4905 It is too well known to need comment See it and you will so decide The price post paid to any address is 30c per copy Time Rev Irl R Hicks scientific religious and family journal Word loud Works now abreast with the best magazines is 75c a year Both Word and Works and the Almanac 100 per year No better investment pos sible for any person or family Try it and see Send to WORD AND WORKS PUB CO 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo 18- 2tESCAPED IVomon and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger fHE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE HighMrMr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave HighMrRev Dawson Rev J J Shine President John Culbersou iigi and in nerd St Mr vv ti Rnrlt e Nort od Ave Sl1 W huU Ltp 4b resta c gate l- m5Utr bait Itoi rli a try a 25 cent or w ont bottle be surprised at the immediau J it affords For sale at 6AYLEStore DeWltts ffiiift Salve For Piles Burns Sorer Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No 10i Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives 745 a in New Orleans Special No Leiu os 1201 p m Arrives 585g m No Local Mail pmFurpoints Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodgenville and no Hodgeni1leNo Accommodation No Leaves 480 p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hodcenvillo and except O- DSumiays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily C Illih2illP ra Raiis BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LIVE TO CALIFORNlAND VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION TTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A h Cur 4th mill Market SU LbuUrtl sky 1 Sthestar of health andfamousdoes for the stom dentdyspeptic allIsandIKodolsupplies Juices of digestion and does the work the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed rest and heal cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the gland membranes of the ston ach and digestive organ r a LikeI comes V of to It Itodol Dyspepsia Cure Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only 100 Size holding 2times the trial size which sells for Prepared by E For saie by J W Gayle drug gist SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwe- enLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COIONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AN SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a hango of location in the near fu n Get the Henderson Route y Ie comfortable line and n train in traveling is habit to acquire At s the opportunity of na ntes WP have the equipiri service the free oho c WHAT ill 1s a t rt GEO L GARREi IJtl- Trav Pass Agt Gen HENHEKSOX ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY w wf a M M riH- OTHi WATER- COMFORT I i iw WI4fis a simple and over ready t r remedy that is best applied by means a good Hot Water Bottle We have a full stock of them the variety is large and the goods are the best on time market In buying these articles or nay other item i of rubber it pays to get W bitnt IM that are expensive at any price but we do sell wor thy Hot Water Bottles a at very reasonable prices WI 00 Our guarantee stamped en everyone iCE Ii Tho Gayle llrnR Stores 111 IUI JOI iQHIaE 1rl Tatt ij kwl PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR 1 STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS LEGHORNE g g S Our stock ii from tho greatest egg laying strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 5150 I Thorn HillPOULTRY j Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 333 16lim r Shingles We have just unloaded 150 000 old fashioned Yellow Pop lar Shingles like your grand father used to mak- eHammond Co Iii1m FREE FOR THIS MONTH One of those Fume Portraits made everydozenMATTERNS STUDIO 832 Mai Street DOC BSw1 IDeWittsVARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDA 4VIASOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN tC CRESCENT ROUTE GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good y going vin Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful 1invice versa are now on sale at Low RatesThe Florida Limitedsolid train of finest Pullman Drl1wingLRoom Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent J Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chat tanooga and Southern Ry Specialbeginningii S of elegant Drawing Room Observation Cars etc vi kl vory evening v in IJMI ronirh s tt M rut i ij taii110 SHMirr v itt ing Cat J1 irThrough Jiiiuan Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening viaKnoxville Ashe ville and Savannah From Louisville connection i with nIlof the above trains is made lit Lexington by trains of RyFor of the Sky hook isehedulesaddress G D ALLEN A G P A Southern HyiSt Louis Mo C HUNGERFORD D P A Southern Ry tVCG P A QtC C RouteIIDO IT ltrNeveryou can do todayis now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to givo you about thatrnicking cough or demoralizing cold strugglingweeks Take somo reliable remedy remedybewhich has boon in use for over hirtyllvo years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued usotor a few days will curo you iomplotely No matter how loop seated your cough oven if dread yourlungs v street a cure as it has done bofore In thousands of apparently hopeless 4bottlesall drugigsts lyr f tdt r iuh J + i1 1 THeFranJcfortaouaflaDQUt == =Entered at the postoHice at Frankfurt Ken tuck as secondclass inailable matter iEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER 171904 y A BIG MISTAKE The Board of Education on Monday night abolished corporeal punishment in the schools of this city We regard this as a big mistake While the large majority of school I children can he managed without it there are some who can not and to forbid it altogether is a anistaken kindness- SAD ENDING OF BRIGHT YOUNG LIFE News has been received in this city that Miss Mary Cable Starling second daghter of Mr Chas H Starling of Greenville Miss was accidentally burned so badly on the night of Friday December t9 that she died the next day The particulars of the sad event are about these Miss Starling L who was a bright young school t girl had taken a lamp to her room to study by and placed it on a jtnble By some means she struck 1 the lower part of the lamp anT broke it letting the oil out which immediately exploded throwing the burning oil over the young f lady with the result above She was a sweet and lovable girl aged 17 years She was a f fuiece of Mrs R P Pepper of r f city To the bereft family wo extend t our earnest sympathy ASSESSOR REMOVED Mr Frank Rogers was removed from the office of City Assessor by the City Council at Monday nights session of the Council l All Run Down ii 0 HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied t Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone aip the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Fisjust such a food in its best form will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 50c and All Druggists S l i1 JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nctvine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disor tiers but neverihas it made a better record than spasmsThousandsnearly every instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedinSeven years ago my wife commenced having spasms or and I called in my home and he said she was paralyzed He rubbed her with salt water gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently tome times ver severe Her hands would so we could not them and site finally Rot so her jaws would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no good and ordered a bottle of Re storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken n number of bottles but has never had a fit sine taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did mv wifeM Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FIREWORKS TO BE ALLOWED ON CHRISTMAS EVE AND MONDAY Mayor Darnell has announced that fireworks will only be allowed on Christmas Eve Saturday and on Monday as Christmas falls on Sunday Those forget ting the fact that Christmas day is Sunday and failing to observe it as such will be arrested and finedA word to the wise- DANGEROUS ACCIDENT We regret to learn that Miss Mary Cammack was so unfortunate as to sustain a bad fall while walking along Clinton street on Tuesday by which her hip was broken Miss lllmackWfiS assisted to her home on Ann street and surgical attention at once ren deredMiss Cammack has been a resi deu ot this city all her life and is well known Her many friends will regret to learn of her misfortune The injury is a very serious one A PLEASANT PILL No pill is as pleasant and posi tive as DeWitts Little Early Risers DeWitts Little Early Risers tare so mildtold effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing fiilect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by J W Gayle DANGER OF FREEZE UP There is great longer if the present cold snap continues that the Ohio and Kentucky rivers will freeze over and thus put an end to navigation altogether It is very seldom that these rivers area low as they now are at this serson of the year- ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Mr Lutz Combs a former resif dart of this city and an Messrs W B and C M Bridge ford was accidentally killed in Louisville on Tuesday while en gaged putting up an elevator for the LtC N R R Mr Combs fell thirty feet from a scaffold that gave way find precipitated him to the jround He frequently came here to visit relatives He was a clever ind industrious man l Af rItiIt t JaAIi GIFTS FOR STATES IN LOU ISIANA PURCHASE St Louis Dec 14Prosident D R Francis of the Worlds Fair has written a letter to the Governor of each State and Terri tory embraced in the Louisiana Purchase informing him that the Exposition Company has decidec to present to each of those States and Territories the statue sym bollic of it and occupying a niche in the Colonade of States back of Festival Hullon the Fair Grounds These statues are of heroic size and were designed by some of the leading sculptors in the country The States and Territories rep resented in the group are Mis souri Louisiana Arkansas Iowa Kansas Nebraska Colorado North Dakota South Dakota Montana Wyoming Oklahoma and Indian Territory OASTOBEABears theTheSignature Aof WATER GIVES OUT AND TRAINS STALLED Two heavy trains on the C JO railroad were stalled at Chris tiansburg on Wednesday untila supply of water could be carried to them from this city The scarcity of water still con tinues although the rains have done good in every way Our city has not suffered in this WHIZZ JUST THINK OF IT1 The dispatches from New York say that there is from seven to ten inches of snow lying on the groundand the thermometer has gone down until it has reached all the way from 15 to 25 degrees below zero How thankful we should bo tluit it is so much bet ter with us here- BEAUTIFUL WORK OF ART We have been placed under ob ligations to Mr W J Howser for copies of a beautiful calendar for 1005 which he is sending out to his friends Mr Howser is the proprietor of the Dewey Cafe Ann street and is a clever gentle man His calendars are simply superb as works of art and an ornament for anybodys apart mentA Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn SUxJO also good tenement house and nil other necessary outbuildings situated 3J miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms npply to G D HAW KINS on tho premises oc223m VERY CREDITABLE Our neighbor of the Kentucky Journal with creditable enter prise issued a sixteen page paper on Thursday last It was well filled with reading matter and advertisements and made a very creditable showing HAS GOOD PLACE Capt David A Murphy who was in charge of the construction of tho Custom House in this city and who has hud large experience in such matters has been male superintendent of the construe tion of tho new government building at Maysvillo Ky Capt Murphy is thoroughly competent u man of integrity and the right roan in the right plac- eDr J S Collins DENTIST J21 Multi St Frankfort Ky 61tt Pleasant to take I tii Ttde jLaxative 1 SyrupJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONl I Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsIare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows I have an immense tock of GI ASSall sizes and c n interest you as to price und quantity FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECT IVE OCT 15 lOtjEASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2No4 No1 INo DatlyExAM AbI PMAMILeave Ar 285 745 0 Lexington 0 ArI 605 810 825 1Vinchust0 520 U50 018 Clay City 488 400 023 Stanton 480 485 954 Natural Bridge 401 440 1008 Torrent IWII 847 51 1029 Beattyvillo Junction 826 015 1180 94Jl1clulon 625 225 Trains No 8 and connect at 0 K Junction with tho O K Ry for Cannel City and local points on that line Trains No and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with tho L A Uy for Trains No l and 8 connect with tho 0 O Ry at L E Junction for t Sterling told local station J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager apA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAYtNO No J Daily No2JIIIINo1I3 Daily bits Ex Ex Sand Mia A M Lvo P M AMAr PM Ar LVolI980 880 11ro 0 280 0 K Junction IM 1121 101U1J 1760 128 Leo City 510 122J 74 12J Hel1Chawn 518 1228 715 105 Cannel City 64 1246 Nos and will make close connection nt O K Junction with Nos 8 and tortpoints on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent Li lA- j j f 0 1 JJ IISOUTHERN MEN TEACH THE NATION HOW TO FARM By Frank Waldo Ph D We have keen so long accns iomcd to look to northern writers for our best educational books that it is decidedly a cause fur satisfaction to have our own au lealingIsouthern authors aro contributing moro and moro to the broad na I tionnl educational literature A late addition to the school books which are the product of southern brains is a volume on agriculture by Professors Burkett Stevens und Hill of the North Carolna College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts It may seem remarkable to some that the t South which is supposed to know how to produce but a few staple crops that are particularly suitedIclimate and soil 1culled upon to instruct the whole Iinntion including the great north ern belt with its much vaunted diversified farming But the ex cellence of southern farming is 1more widely recognized than we have realized It was not very long ago that a northern farming was heard to remark that jexpert farm journal in the coun in manner and appear ance is published in the South and its contributors are southern menWe do not know how it was 1that Ginn and Company the school book publishers came to select these North Caro i4Tina professors to write this new bookon agriculture but it is ad miteon all sides north southeast rtnd west that they have such tIceeded in giving the main prin ciples agriculture in a nutfhell They have given such a combination of scientific and practical knowledge of agriculture as has never before been brought within sucha small compass The book is called Agriculture for Beginners and while simple enough for a youth to compre hend yet it is packed full of in formation of value to the practical farmer Every boy on a farm or plantation should read the book and if his big brother or father or uncle gets the copy into his hands he too will find it mighty interesting reading The practical farmer who has done some deep thinking about the how and the results of farming will find on every page of this handbook explanations of the why In reading this little book the old farmer will exclaim time and again Yell that explains it I never knew just how it was I beforeThis book will interest every farmers boy in his work and will give him new ideas enough to last him a lifetime It will start the young farmer to thinkng for him self and oilers sprouts of inform ation which if followed up will grow into trees of knowledge Not only is the reading matter clear concise and explanatory but the beautiful illustrations are I so apt and suggestive that there is not much to hope for in the country boy or man either who iIff fails to receive inspiration from thom S This book tells first about soil 7 the various kinds how they originated and how they may be improved Next is taken up the relation of the soil to the plant and how the former supplies food followplant above ground and its rela tion to its environment This includes the manner in which plants feed on air how the sap flows and how plants are propagatedUnder subjectof fruit trees grafting budding planting and pruning are fully treated But perhaps the most interest AUr ingly useful sections are those treating of the diseases of plants and insects that are found in the orchard garden and field Farm Crops Domestic Animals Farms Dairying and the general life in the country complete the book which nil in all is the most charm ing volume that has appeared oOIr agriculture and withal it is au thoritative and up to date in its information and methods Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat tt rIfff Hi t f d SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY The now science of psycho mechanics hits received atten tion in Franco from Dr Charles Fere He finds that It man has a greater capacity for average than for either intense or feeble work and that ones powers vary greatly with menal conditions Contrary to general belief mental work does not rest one physically tired or vice versa Capacity work increases to a certain degree with heating of the head light has a stimulating action noel lankness depresses oven colors have influence while sounds have a com ilex und variable effect and odor and taste stimulate and then depress to a greater degree Digestion diminishes muscular work Most nervepoisons opium hush eesh valerian alcohol tobacco coffee tea etc produce transi tory stimulation which is fol lowed by depression diminishing the total work The perspectartigraph of Otto Eichen berger of Geneva is claimed to make accurate perspective easy for the amateur artist A folding box opens to form a table and near the top of its extensible sides a telescope is so mounted that as it is moved about in following the details of any view a pencil is made to draw a corresponding line on a sheet of paper Crossed hairs in the tele scope gives precision while the pencil is leapt upon the paper by sliding in a suitable holder Beautiful drawings are made with little practice and workexhibited includes a panorama of the Alps and a view of Geneva rums are a botanical puzzle Dr Creig Smith of Sydney has now shown that some are due to bacteria and he has isolated some specieslike that of arabinIand made them gums in the laboratory He suggests that all other gums are bac terial products and that the worlds might be increased sllseeP11tible by potassic hair silicic hair nndIsodic hair in the J Gaube a French chemist finds blonde hair to contain much soda and much silica red hair to be very rich in silica and black hair to have a great deal of potas shun but little soda and scarcely any silica A curious motornot likely to be put to practical usehns been devised by M Leboyer a French experimenter After careful search he has discovered a stone called the domite of Auvergno in which water rises by capil lary attraction to a height of four inches Placing two sheets of this stone vertically in a basin of water he suspends from them pieces of saltpetersoaked fungus and beneath this puts a little wheel with blottingpaper paddles As the water passes from the stone to the fungus the latter wets the blottingpaper on one side of the wheel causing that side to fall Evaporation then lightens the lower part of the wheel while another portion is male heavy by wetting rotation being thus setup the rate varying with the state of the atmosphere An attempt to give scientific expression to the degree of agree ableness ofu climate is being made by dipt W F Tyler F R Met Soc of London Con eluding that our sensations are chiefly influenced by temperature rind humidity he has coined the word hypher to indicate time joint effect and represents a per fectly pleasant dray as 0on the hypher scale and an intolerably oppressive one as 10 He lens succeeded in getting ten persons to make observations through one thntipressure and electric conditions have appreciable influence upon sensation and that much training of observers will be needed before trustworthy records can be made In tho electrical bleaching of flour by time lately patented process of J N Alsop tho ap f paratus consists of two arc lamps in parallel with a coil yielding an 18inch arc Time arcs are en closed by tubes and the air in these is electrified producing a gaseous mixture containing nitrogen peroxide and traces of ozone The gas is drawn oil into a revolv ing hexagonal drum where it is thoroughly incorporated with the Hour The treatment not only bleaches and purifies but is claimed to add to tho nutritive quality analysis showing increased nitrogen The case of a healthy man of 01 whose heartbeats only 80 times a minute tho normal rate being from 70 to 80 has been recorded by Dr Seiffert of Berlin In another case reported the beats numbered only 22 but the patient was suffering from heart disease In a new Hungarian wasliing machine electrified water it is claimed removes all spots and dirt from 800 garments in less than fifteen minutes no soap being used IItching hemorrhoids were the plague of mv life Was almost wild Doans Ointment cured mn quickly and permanently after doctors had failed C F Corn well Valley Street Saugerties N Y STAMPING GROUND Mr S L Perry was so unfortunate as to have some scoundrel set fire to a fine stackof oats which was burned up No clue as to the incendiary- Mrs Sprake and her daughter Mrs B R Jones visited relatives in Lexington last week Mr W 0 Calvert who has been living in Indiana has come back here to reside He did not like that State as well as he thought he would An old colored man said to be 92 years of age died on Saturday night of pneumonia after a long drunkMr Joseph Brock of Lexing ton is the guest of Mr A M Duvall recuperating from a spell of sickness Mr Elza King and Miss Cyn thia Thomason are visiting his brother Mr Emmitt King at Loogootee Ind- Notwithstanding the rain and snow water is stilln scarce articleMarriedAt Fern Bank Ohio Mr J A Bower of Paris and neeilrunITrundle Mr Bower is an em ploye of the L N R R at Paris They left immediately after the marriage for Pensacola FIn We extend congratulations Madam Humor has it that Miss Mattie White is soon to be mar ried to Dr W G List of Cincinnati UNO Hr Cariys ComlUfou iowuers nn just what a horso needs when in bats condition Tonic blood purifier r rmehorse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComPte fc Gayle LOWER THAN FOR MANY YEARS Time Ohio river is lower than it has been in the month of Decem ber for the last forty years OUT OF THE USUAL RUN On Sunday January Rev Dri M Weaver will celebrate the 10th anniversary of his pas torate of tho Chestnut Street Bap tist Church in Louisville This is far and away a longer pastorate than any we know of in this State Dr Weaver is an able eloquent und deeply consecrated Christian and lives his religion genuineLaxative tho remedy that cures n cold In one day The Talk of the Town r The most beautiful and largest Holiday Display ever shown in Town 5000 Ibs of Candies at spec ial Holiday prices as follows Grocers Fancy Mixed Candy The per lb Pure Stick Candy 74c lb Fine Chocolate Drops 12c per Ib Fine Cocoanut Bonbons 12ic per Ib Yankee Peanut Rock Candy lOc per lb- Mamniot11 Crys t a Gum- Drops lOc per lb All 20e and 25c varieties of strictly hand made Bon bons cut down to 14c lb All Chewing Gum at 8c a New and fancy mixed Nuts at 14c a Ib All other varieties at propor tionately low figures Fine Florida Russett Oranges at 20c per dozen Nice Baldwin Apples at 25c per peck Our stock is absolutely fresh and picked No rotten Nuts to disappoint or old Candies to break off your teeth Special discount to parties buying in larger quantities CeleryOranberries Fresh OystersBoth Phones Blue Grass Grocery Co i62t THANKS Mr Henry Wright of the Farmdale neighborhood has placed us under obligations for a supply of pork tenderloin for which he will please accept our thanks They were first class in every respect MYRA KELLYS OWN EXPERIENCES Myra Kelly whose stories which appeared in McClures Magazine during the last year have been made into a book bearing the title H Little Citizens drew upon her own actual experiences for the material of her amusing tales She was for over two years a teacher in a school on East Broad way right in the heart of the most foreign section of New York She is an Irish woman born in Dublin of pure Irish stock and the natural Irish turn of mind towards fun made her express the humorous side of her experience There has been a serious turn to sonic of the reviews of her hook They have gone so fur as to say thutnit should be on the desk of everyone interested in education today Miss Kelly declares that she aimed to be amusing rather than instructive and it both flatters and surprises her to find that her hook has so serious an import ARE YOU GOING TO CINCINNATI TO SHOP FO t THE HOLIDAYS You can leave Frankfort via time FC C at 0 a m und 2 p m making connection at George town with tho Q it C Route arriving in Cincinnati at JO 15 a m and 010 p m respectively Leave Cincinnati HBO a m and 4 p m arriving in Frankfort at 1125 and 740 p m daily except SundaySpecial holiday rates are in effect via the Queen tC Crescent Route Tickets are on sale De comber 23 24 25 81 and January 1905 For information tusk F- tC C agent or P II Reddick T A Georgetown or E N Aikon T P A Lexington Ky i tif l jkA tiJ i1 It f IMPROVED TRAIN Offered bv the Henderson R Between Louisville and St Louis Communcinc sundn Vlune Kentuckys popular llnoftho lorson Route will inaugnrato ft und Fast Day service between I isvillo and St Louis in each di tion and wmlmlroOojJlulimol- qulpmollt generally pt alii tri s between those poln ts Three daily trains wpUibenpbn in each direction on safe schedules betvUenT6rtrsv and St IoulsJl 01 n111pvo Louis 010 p m itO sjHOT- ifTheequipmont rt19 p Ill Is fttftit ftflJ t from the shops of rUm inmost orn vestibule In ttell s as as on any train operatrngTn or of Kentucky it limo 880 a m train thro without change of mrs will composed of Pullman Observa Parlor Curs Free Reclining Cl Cars Dining Cars h b seat passenger coachuK The 900 p m train thro without will con of Pullman Seeping Cars Free dining Chair Cars and high b seat passenger coricheHf The a m train will have Ct Dining Cars and high back s passenger rujiunus Tho Dining Car t will serve meals a lauartypmonly for what ouetAll trains will leave tom nn arrive in the eet Vnio Depot nt an rat ne Union IJOlliSViJelfiiIn o St Louis k th agent he nn the Henderson z e wIl have them in stockaiittjwill be gla to ticket you t w1 You will ho satisfieitain re spect with the accomtoodation an safe train service thaJUs offered b this line which torme the Official Route r uckians HOLIDAY Frankfort a fareifor the f Dates of SalJtfC lts on sal December 28 24 25 and 31 1904 and January 1 ary Limitgoo 05Mun- To all points south of the Ohi and Potomac and east of the Mis- Sissippi rived JJ zihdMO WfMs i Central Traf iuv antm tt WIGLllU a radius of ISO stron0liio River Crossings1IRl ticket agtfiYhior particulars IAsk L E HUTTON G P A 13 J J L1lhililO BLUE CIIfJ5t1iHtNClto CmMPNti1 usriO- f stn + III1J ell no Lexingtolilish3t hlet11 a Oj4fI Cars teaw ffingtofrfoe Hlj ffiJi Leave PariyfiVr1 UbfeHgfittif ifl i- hour fromiTywJwi te10 wirn K cept 12 n hWiiv4Md ftp jni iO titownill p m except 11 a mWH fii 10 p m Leave GeorTe own for Lnxillgtor t i1I1tdtt 4ta110t to 10 pui + except 10 a m 12 noun 7 and 9 y m Car 14chWyW hevK express and trunks teww ilJe iivgtrinvfbr Geo lgehW1JllJ1t xithlpllhi h14 n a PLlx1l1ttonm Iwvmm i51t gl Freight rn 1s lo rates for l f ftJr1MiijIrlnd theatre partYt i for school business uI1l1ft H ik tickets can be hadjniviftppJiJjtjitfi Jbjjho eflm 1lmnysunj1tO OIY i i ti street Jurn IJdlJ ttr tt item E Unl hNllItI11HOi hVu1flIrlViJ p itttlIItftdt IlrilatrtR ItIIt 3r1z1amir1a nil cant VJlf J 5O 1Y1ARaSLiX taa3tffTRADE MARs lh t4 Ii v aitA- nyonoendtn n kctQ and dtlIcrlp tenmq quIckly lIt opinion frMra1ktbkHWl blr rmtentnhlo UriPtkmriiccntf1plI atom reedit ttwUfP WthoimchaHp lnthp tps fin hnds 1 JllustoUd outnutualprv l t IA of any t a ar four months QJMD l niI4 t YtVf1kCrrr L xwm 0 Liea v i u WinterI Make yourself a Christmas Gift of one of these stylish Garments The prices are particularly in your favor now as we find it necessary to keep this department moving in price with the strictly holiday sec tions of the store Head below off the grand values 42 in Tourist Conts 20 to 25 now lu 42 In Tourist Coats 15 now 10 9 Tourist Coats now SUITS lot nil wool Suits 10 worth f 15 to 17 lot all wool Suits 15 worth 20 to 25 FURS Coney Scarf 150 to 0 Isabella Fox Boa 7 to 15 You Cant to Miss Them Solid Silver Watch pin in case 290 Enameled Watch and Pin in 850 little enamel Watch and case 500 Solid match in case 750 Many to mention c 230 ST CLAIR ST VETERAN EDITOR NEAR THE END fCol John G Craddock the veteran editor uf the Kentuckian Citizen of Paris slipped and fell on the icy pavements of that city Tuesday last and was badly bruised up Pneumonia set up 1andhis physicians had him taken t to the hospital at Lexington where he now lies dangerously ill Owing to his advanced age 88 but little hope is held out for his recovery rAPPOIXPED SPECIAL k Mr Win Cromwell of this tf city has been appointed special judge of the Perry Circuit Court r to cases in which regular I judge not preside tr BEAUTIFUL PRIATE AND APPRO t If you wish to be sure you will please in giving a Christmas pros cut to Selberts and make your purchase The line of goods Ilft which that house has in stock can re hot be excelled even in our largest Jcity jewelry stores and the prices they make are at the lowest notch iforfirstclass goods You can fr feast your eyes there even if you can not buy THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you you Used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have their matchless merit for Sickand Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by till dt Bears of W S FARMER You will find a cart combinationof attraction beauty and practical economy in till the Farmer Store Christmas Goods Winter Holiday Dress GoodsHandkerchiefsin plain linen or Beauty style service and remurktxquisitp combinations of lace and ably low prices these are tlwlilwn soft and filmy as spiders prime characteristics of the I1PI4WOI yet withal most Winter Goods stock that weA veritable Handkerchief hair have over shownthut is well worth an early visit Mannish Mixture Suiting 150 All Linen Initial Handkcf 5c quality 100 Special value Sheer Linen or Jot Mixtures and Solid at mlchmhroHlelEd Lawn 10c worth 50o to 100 per hIwerPlain Linen or lllbul25c Linen Embroidered Silks 25cWhite 50c up The holiday shopping hours are swiftly passing why not plan to visit the Farmer Store now M t WatchBARGAINS A fiord Chatelaine to snatch case A beauty transparent Pin in gold Pin to others no space I Diamondsry 1Ar SELBERT1M JEWELER 1 on i i JUDGE f try the could go if proved druggists T j r ii 8 CLOSE CALL On Wednesday night Col Jas A Scott and Hon Eli H Brown were crossing the St Clair street bridge in a buggy when a street car came rapidly up behind them and a large coal wagon was com lug down the incline in front when the team attached to the wagon lost control of it and the wagon slid on the icy bridge until it caught and overturned the buggyLuckily both the gentlemen jumped from the buggy and caught the horse thus escaping S3rious injury The buggy was somewhat scarred but otherwise uninjured It was a close call CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought the- Slgnature serviceable PAINFULLY HURT Mr Robert Redd an employe of the F C Ry Co was so un fortunate as to slip and fall on the ice in the railroad yards on Thursday and painfully injured his head Dr E E Hume attended to his injuries MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in timeOne Minute yJIrJ i vie l a Fi PROGRAM STATE B Y P U MEETING IIJouisviIle Ky Jan 46 Theme Christian IGeneml Work Wednesday Jan nary 4 8 oclock Theme Preparation for Work Address Spiritual Preparation E Y MullinsIPreparationThursday Tan 5 Theme Performance of Work Afternoon Session 2 oclock Addresses by E W CloakJoy W D Nowlin B F Hagan followed by a Conference on Prac Itical Methods Evening Session 8 oclock Mass meeting of the B Y P U Associations of Louisville and VicinityAddressE C Dargan Friday Jan 6 Theme Power for Work Afternoon Session 2 oclock AddressesPower HeadY H Har rison Power of the Heart C W DanielPower of the Hand M B AdamsPower of the Word Preston BlakeEvening Session 8 oclock Power of the Human WillT- T Eaton Power of the Divine Will CS gTO a tABears Slgnatare of A PUBLIC SCHOOL ENTERTAIN MENT On Friday next December 28 the fourth grade of the City entertainmentSchool but it will be at 780 oclock p m instead of in the forenoon as heretofore The public is cordially invited to attend SURREY SMASHED As the hose wagon was responding to the alarm of fire at the prison at 1110 oclock yesterday morn ing a horse attached to a surrey of Mr H P Mason in front of the State National Bank became frightened and swerved into the streetThe surrey was struck by the hose wagon and badly smashed No blame is attached to the lire boys SENSATIONAL SUIT Attorney General N B Hays has brought suit against the Globe Printing Co Henry Bacon Saml and John A Fulton to recover 2420084 alleged as the amount of over charge on the printing of 9500 teachers registers and 9e500 trustees record books Sensational charges are made in the pleadings DrWeavers Treatment Syrup tor the blood Cerate for akin eroptltoi Splendid 1Christmas For Old and YoungI In the list below you will find a splen did gathering of gift articles suitable for every member of the family from the babe in arms to the dear old grandmother scan it closely mark the items you ntond to buy and then bring the list here at your earliest convenience Umbrellas 150 to 6 Handsome Leather Couch Pillow 4 to 5 Scarfs for the neck 150 to 8 Gloves Mercerized Silk or Kid 50c to 2 Fancy Baskets 25c to 50c Ladys Suspenders in Christmas box 50c to 1 Burnt Wood Placques 25c JJOc 75c v Leather Pen Wipers 25c IIII I i SPEOIRL DOLL SALE w T RIIDQ 6 SOB t COMMENCING Monday Morning Dec 19 and continuing through the whole week will place on sale at reduced prices our Immense line of IWe dolls every size and description and our stock Is very dollsICHRISTMAS SHOPPERS MUST NOT MISS THIS SALE IKID BABY DOLLS JOINTED 12 Inch long curly hair In dark 15 inch long DOLLSIhair shoes andor light stocklight and darkings 23 cents 14 Inch long curly hair in lark 48 cats or light hair shoes and stock 19 inch long jointed doll InI tings 48 centslight and dark hair sleeper SLEEPING DOLLSeach in a box 97 cents 21 inch long jointed doll in light 17 inch long curly hair in lark aorings sleeper 72 cents big bargain 110 DRESSED DOLLS Nice sized dressed jointed doll Large size doll each in a box f hat and veil a good barybig value 23 centsgain 72 cents size doll each in boxareLargo aNice size dressed doll each hat and veil a great bar in a box with hat 47 cents gain 125 J TOYS TOYS Our stock of Toys is still complete and we have every thing to pleaseDthe little onesjWe have all the new games this season ChuckaLuck Sherlock Holmes Pit Flinch and others too numerous to mention Remember with every cash purchase of 100 you are entitled to one tguess on the doll in our show window W T Reading Son 315 Broadway Opposite CapitolJ Railwaysale tPike 5 miles from FrankFor 1Land of the Sky fort 7 Room House Barn booklet Summer Resort i and all to foldor etc send two cent tofiMrsf liStLouis Mo RP U NO u Dec U4tIDistrict Passenger Agent Louisville Ky iJfyt i J 7 t iS D JOHNSON CO I t Headquarters for everything in the Christmas liner GOLF AND KID GLOVES RISK CLARK FLAGG 29 cents for gloves worth 40 cents Vaists from 350 worth 5 00 6 00 and 12 00 39 cents for gloves worth 50 cents 89 cents for Kid Gloves worth 1 25 UMBRELLAS SILK AND SATIN SKIRTS A large assortment of Umbrellas for men women arid it 89 cents for Satin Skirts WOl tldol00 children 98 cents for Satin Skirts worth 1 25 t 4 19 for Silk Skirts worth 6 20RIBBONS RIBBONS l 5 98 for Silk Skirts worth 7 J 10 yard spools for 8 cents f TLITS SILKS3t inch wide Silk Ribbon 10c per yard 42 cents for Silks worth50 cents 69 cents for Silks worth 75 cents HANDKERCHIEFS 82 cents for Silks worth 1 00 98 cents for Silks worth 1 25nOO dozen from 5c to 12 each I t DRESS GOODS CHINA CHINA t 38 cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 50 cents We are offering special bargains in Imported Cups 47 cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 60 centslowingt 62 cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 75 a bewildering display of bowls Vases Jarcli f 79 cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 1 00 niers Pitchers Chop Plates Etc Fancy Belts and Stocks from TjC up LINENS LINENS Best Calico 4 cents per yard Towels Lunch Cloths NapkinsYard wide Brown Cotton 5 cents per yard big reduction for Christmas Apron Gingham 5 cents per j Christmas shoppers get value received at JOHNSONS SMAINSTREET FRANKFORT KY N RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 1a m and 780 p in Morning subject Mens Work in the Church BoylnSundayschool at 945 a m in the chapelHome Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strang ers invited to join tnughtbBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 080 p m Loader George L Roberts Topic Whatever He would Like to Have Me Do- Prayermeeting Wednesday night tit 780 In the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free iASOENSION EPISCOPAL UROHRov A B Chinn roc tor Sunday December 18 JiII Sundayschool Morning Prayer and Sermon p m Evening Prayer and Sermon PrayerI780 Bible Study at 750 These services are all open to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCHRov J T McKisslck of Lexington will preach at n m and 780 p m ft1l1dn school at U80 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 045 p m Leader Corinne Henry Topic Whatever Ho Would Like to Have Mo Do- Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in tho chapel willirEverybody invited ISOU11IEHN PRESBt1ERIAN- CHURCHHov Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at a m laid 780 p in- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p mPrayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend f LJIi f CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Fattier Thomas S Major rector Low Mass 730 a m High Mass 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in IFIRSI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClusky Blay ney D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 084 p All the young people are invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p m The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCHR c V J O A Vaiittht tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m 111ISenior League ac 7 p m Prayermootine Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCHRev C E Maddry of North Carolina has accepted the pastorate of this church Dr Weavers Syrup ROll Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin dlscaaas BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS genuineritchTucker of Centre Ala 1 have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to ho the best saloon the market Every family should keep it as it is nn invnl undifor immediate use Mrs Sahi uel Gage of North Bush N Y says 1 hail a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All snlves und blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for wusIme a re liof DeWitts Witoh Hazol Salvo cures without Cleaving u scar Sold by J W Gaylo GET THE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports QFTHE MARKETSWAR POLITICAL NEWS RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWNI MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH NO MORE SUFFERING If you are troubled with i ldii gestion got n bottle of Kodol Dys quitklyitson of Spencer In says Have hud Dyspepsia for twenty years hopelessKOdin mended and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that hits relieved me Would not bo without it Have doctored with local physicians and also at Chi cago and even wont to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that hus done me any good and I heartily recoil mend it Every person sufFering with Indigestion or dyspepsia should use itSold by J W Gayle LAST CALL t Furs Furs Furs Jackets and Coats i 3G inch warranted Silk 9Sc 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 5i in Scotch Suiting was l2f and 1i0Misses Coats find Jackets 450 100 was + 500 and 750 LadiEs Jackets 450 and oOO was 000 and 750 Lndies Long Coats 710 was 950 Ladies Lnnjr Coats 1000 was 1ii0 prFurIsabella Christmas Novelties lOc The 25c and 50c Handkerchiefs 2c each and up All Linen Fine Narrow Hems package of G for 100 Irish Linen Napkins and Table Cloths Towels etc F T HEENEY 11V11 0i1IiNOi t2L itii t MAPLE CITY I Rf GF k iH I lA YERJS OHBISTMASj- VT l D By ViJ ton Inckayel 1 menldelay- r usn pounding Porter at the peaceful hour of three quickIwont on ers Seer l II- the frost is on the tree tops and the snow is In the dolls n shame wo left our ruhhers at the Lake View Grand Hotel it all the joys that poets sing and poetasters rhyme- e lost in wondering if the train will reach Podunl on time III children of the older growth 1Ue yonkers antics view id in baby frolics sharing their lost fablefaith renew tulle peace of home and mirth of fest are found on every hand eve the dank insult palled din ner in a western onenight stand IV bile your yule logs or your an thracites or gas stoves cheery finmoI local habitations11 one thats worthy of the It name f in mansion or in chambers or conegsted flat you dwell lakes all mankind feel the magic of the joyous Christmas spell k While your table groans or mur murs with its more or less display The mummers mixing greasepaint for the Christmas matinee V tOh lords of hearts and dames of homes Whoso joy of this time speaks the ringing of your laughter in 1In the holly of your cheeks j the oysters and the coffee let a tearful toast be drunk To the Players poor ponates in the toptray of his tram WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF And your muscles sore from cold or rheumatism when you slip and sprain a joint strain your side or bruise yourself Pain sorenessIAlways have it with you and use it freely Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25c and 50c HAND BADLY HURT L3XMr Clarence Baker chief care taker at the Capital Opera House was so unfortunate on Tuesday as to have his hand badly cut while handling a trunk of the Miss Bob White Company SENT TO ASYLUM Mrs RosseJl was tried on a writ of do lunatico inqui reiido before Judge Polsgrove on Tuesday and ordered sent to the asylum Mrs Rossells husband is an employe of Mr Bowen Henry She suddenly became violent on Saturday Time physicians are puzzled by the case READ 11 Hammond Co have a notice in todays paper notifying the i public of the arrival ofn big lot of oldfashioned poplar shingles TREMENDOUS FIRE AT MINNEAPOLIS MINN A firo of tremendous fire involving time disastrous loss of about 1000000 raged at Minneapolis Minn on Tuesday All the elrctric light plants of the city were destroyed A number of persons wore killed and wounded during the struggle with the flames REAL WINTER At 580 oclock on Saturday morning real winter took hold of things here and snow fell for several hours reaching a depth of some two inches or more But about oclock p m it com menced to melt and nearly all disappeared from our streets At night it turned colder and Sunday was fair and quite cold Sunday night it clouded up again and snow fell in desultory way but not sufficient to make much of a show on the ground You can Pin Your FaithT- O TO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E in milling CD CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionis llltienttooproper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeIs made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating eight sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion liun to coughing the greatest danger and dread of time consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives therp the few who fire benefited und regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size uric A t all drug gists yr GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source Is the liverand all the fine sprits ever made in time Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a bad liver or the producesand a had liver at the same time Your liver must he in fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant eyelightputyourGreens August Flower the greatest of nIl medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy ugnRtFlowerand active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 7nc At all druggists lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption EASILY DECIDED This Question Should be Answered Easily by Frankfort People Which is wiser to have confi dence in the opinions of your fellow citizens people you know or byIaway places Road the follow ingI lrs Tinie Lagle of 527 North St Clair Flrwt wife of M D Lagle proprietor of barber shop near the depot says For some nnlnchingaction of tu kidiuys at time same time ctumedcthe Bynptoms which we ro very ai Moving mid distressing Although I tried different remedies 1 was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans KiJnoy Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store I had taken but n few doses of this good preparation when I realized I was re gaining my health and on a continuation of the treatment I found my condition so much improved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo New York solo agents or the United States Remember the nnmeDonnsnl1 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