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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEG 24 1804 NO 16 rIGflISTM3SiT MCCI UREPs1t DONT T WORRYi r ABOUT k WHAT TO BUY For months we have been making preparations for this holiday business It is a perplex n r question with all of us as to what to buy for a Christmas remembrance hard to think what this l friend would like or that one A visit to McCluros will probably help you to unconsciously solve this problem Whether it does or not the of the goods and the variety of things shown will make the time spent hero very enjoyable After an hour here enthusiasticas 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 anything you may buy now and deliver it where in town you may wish at anytime between now and Christmas day R K McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 0 he our Here is a list of would make suitable and useful Xmas Novelties China Collar and Cuff Boxes Shaving Sets Toilet Sets Albums Dolls Etc Gloves Belts Dress Patterns Silk Waist Patterns Skirt Patterns Table Cloth Bed Spreads Lace Curtains Comforts Blankets and Sheets FURS Wo have a and you will he safe in Furs from us nothing but the best is sold here Just now we are rare values at 250 500 1000 and 1500 These would make excellent Xmas gifts 71 new We were so fortunate as to buy the entire sample line of a large of China at a price far below usual We will offer it at from 13 to 14 Cess Cai Prices Or about the usual price There are tankards vases pots sugars and creams plates cups and saucers rose vases and a great of smaller Some Kelva ware some Getman China and a great deal of China now so popular This is a beautiful display and will interest all lovers of pretty China The prices will vary from 25c up to about 000 for tho pieces A piece of beautiful China is a most gift for any lady of work baskets is one of the features of our holiday line These come in all sizes from the smallest up to the ones satin and silk lined Prices are very Our usual distinct line of art calendars at all prices from lOco to t150 We know of that any woman will more than a beautiful calendar BOX Our box papers are a feature at holiday time This year we think both boxes and papers surpass any we have ever seen It would seem thus the makers Geo B Hurd Co have even exceeded their own for artistic box paper Prices oOc to 200 and Bags Our line of leather goods is always the one of the city Any lady ap a handsome bag any a fine SUITABLE PRESENTS FOR Our siuikling line of Christmas is on und you will find here exactly what you want and look through yon will pleasantly surprised at the splendidassortment of Holiday wo are showing buy until you have seen lint goods that GiftsFancy WareVases Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Hosiery Underwear Napkins Towels FURSI nice selection buying offering China Departure importer decorative Regular wholesale pitchers ehocolstte variety pieces Japanese handsomer appropriate BASKETSAn display handsome nothing appreciate FANCY PAPER always reputation Purses Leather representative will preciate gentleman pocketbook EVERYBODY bright Gifts display Come goods Dont Ready Made Garments In this department you can find many suitable and very useful pres ents for Ladles Misses and Children at very Low Prices SLIPPERS Mens leather and felt everettes and romeos ladies and childrens genuine Dolge felt slip pms in all the beautiful shades Several colors in ladies felt slippers at 100 a pair BIBLES AND BOOKS We sell a great many 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 boys and girls like these Crokinole for 100 Plenty of 5c and lOc games Flinch Pit Sherlock Holmes Gamut and all the new 50c editions MEDALLIONS prominentto 760 SILK UMBRELLAS Ladies and gentlemens sizes either in wood or pearl gold or silver handles Some beautiful handles at 300 and then at all prices up to 12 Ink Stands and Paper Weights Appropriate for either ladies or gentlemen Some unusual and exceedingly pretty designs FOUNTAIN PENS- Watermans the best at pricey from 150 to 300 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 brays lock and leather straps in tan brown and olive at the price of 500 And then fitter ones up to 2000 for a genuine alligator case Here is where 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 suit able for tieing packages only 1c per yard 1 lot Ladles Plain White Hem stitched Handkerchiefs good quality worth 10c only 5c each Ladies 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 1 lot Mill Ends Table Linen 2 2Va and 3 yards lengths regular price 75c per yard you can buy for 59c 48 inches wide fine Venetian Cloth in Brown Green anti Tan worth 150 you can buy for 100 per arl1Ig x4 TIESWe dont believe there is a man living whorhas enough neckties Our line is unusual Wide fourinhunds and pulls tae the 3 inating shapes The colorings this fall are untusually rich and warm with browns and burnt ranges much in evidence Kaiser Barathea ties at 10- 0Mufflers C and Full Dress Protectors These tare always acceptable always useful a 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 S150 ones for 100 KID GLOVES 1 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 250 lmIgauntlets at 350 and 500 HANDKERCHIEFS Linen handkerchiefs at 25e and 50c Initial j J1mentFANCY SUSPENDERS Handsome suspenders a single pair in a box at from 50c to 300 FANCY SOCKS We always have a beautiful display of these at 25c and 50c SWEATERSFor 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 150 Mens sweaters at all prices up to 500 TOBACCO VASES You cant miss it by giving a man one ofathese It is bound to be an appreciated gift In our sample china line is a variety of patterns SPECIAL GAMES Look at ChuckaLuck and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trix the new card gUlllet Hand Bags Rings Hat Pins Turn over Collars Side Combs Back Combs Etc rLadles Tailor Made Suits What would make a more accepta ble gift to a lady than a tailor made suitYou 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 skirts that we have sold have given universal satisfaction The styles are correct and the prices are always most reasonable We have a largo stock to choose from lot Skirts well made that sold for 500 you can have choice of anyone for 389 1 lot Skirts made of Cheviot well made in Black Blue and Brown regu lar 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 J iI 4143 St Clair Street C KAGIN Of BRO Near Bridge THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 1 00 In Advance VOLT XXYIII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC 24 1904 NO11 w IV r BARGAINS AT McGLTJRES m I DonLWhat For months we have been making preparations for this holiday business It is a perplexing question with all of us ns to what to buy for a Christmas remembrance hard to think what this friend wnulrl likn or that ono visit to McOlures will probably help you to problemWhetherthe goods and the variety of things shown will make the time spent here very enjoyable After an hour here we think you will be equally as enthusiastic about the bennty of the display as we are and wo want every person in Frankfort whether you wnnt to buy or not to visit our store within the next few daysEarly selections afford the greatest choice Wo will keep for yon anyh ng you may buy now and deliver anywhere in town you may wish at any time between now and Christmns d- ayRKMcClure p Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY ChillaIl 31 n We were so fortunate as to buy the entire sample line of a large importer of decorative Calms at a price fat below usual We will offer it at from 13 to 19 Leas Chan Regular Prices Or about the usual wholesale price rrliere are tankards vases pitchers chocolj pots sugars and creams plates cups and saucers rose vases and a great variety of smaller pieces Some Kelva ware some German China and a great deal of Japanese China now so popular This is a beautiful display and will interest all lovers of pretty China The prices will vary from 2f c up to about 000 for the handsomer pieces A piece of beautiful China is a most appropriate gift for any lady BASKETSAn display of work baskets is one of the features of our holiday line These come in all sizes from the smallest up to the handsome ones satin and silk lined Prices are very moderate CALENDARSOur line of art calendars at all prices from lOc to 150 We know of nothing that any woman will appreciate moro than a beautiful calendar FANCY BOX PAPER Our box papers are always a feature at boll day time This year we think both boxes and papers surpass any we have ever seen It would seem that the makers Gco B Hurd C 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 vep resentative one of the city Any lady will ap preciate a handsome bag any gentleman a tine pocketbook SLIPPERS romeosladled colorlinBIBLES AND BOOKS ChristmasThepossible Our line of books is larger than juvenilestoyGAMES The boysand girls like these Crokinole for 100 Plenty of 5c and 10c games Flinch Pit Sherlock Holmes Gamut and all the new 50c editions always form a prom uptoSILK UMBRELLAS Ladies and gentlemens sizes either in wood or pearl gold or silver handles Some beautiful handles at 300 and then at all prices up to 12 Ink Stands and Paper Weights Appropriate for either ladies or gentlemen Some unusual and exceedingly pretty designs FOUNTAIN PENS- Watermans the best at prices from 150 to 300 o nOW for ttt Inen 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 Ii i r d t A Stroke That CounLsiRAtTfPATMLMLall 9w11A11IM B a OIp You shall the benefit Our prices on Rendyilade Garments have ben reduced some onet hind oil regular prices others half and some even less than hnlf price Dont neglect this opportunity to buy these garments at such great reductions LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS CHILDRENS CLOAKS followsInWe find tatter looking through our stock There are about twentylive left and weithem at half price and some even less 250 Cloaks go for 109 2250 Suits go for 1125 300 Cloaks go for 198 2500 Suits go for 1250 400 Cloaks for 298 WOO Suits go for 3790 Suits go for 1500i4000 Suits go for One lot Misses Suits regular price 1100 This weather calls for Furs and you and 1500 go for lUMsave a great deal in buying them from usiLADIES TAILOR MADE COATS You can buy any Fur in our store at onethird Wo have thirty Coats left some two shortoff regular prices sonic medium and some long lengths InruWAISTStlieniWALKING SKIRTSIn Sateen Flannel or Silk in sizes 34 to 3S as follows t g79followhlJ50 Skirts go for 275 500 Waists at 375500 Skirts go for 398 000 Skirts go for 498 Make your purchases at one in order to get 750 Skirts go for 625 desirable sizes CTltAGlN BRO No 4143 St Clair St At Bridge FranJr I JA t L tbit io TIESWe dont believe there is u man living who hilt enough neckties Our SOc line is unusual peedominatingusually rich anti warm with browns and bUJntIranges much in evidence Iveiser Barathea ties at 100- Mufflers and Full Dress Protectors These are always acceptable always useful We have a most equisite range of patterns beginning at 100 anti running on up to 300 COLORED SHIRTS Some special prices on Manhattan colOJcdl laundried shirts The 200 kind for 150 and the 150 ones for 100IKID GLOVES Are excellent presents Our 100 cloves are above the ordinary Both dressed andJundressed kids at this price And then Fisk Clark Flaggs at 60 8200 and 250 Fur gauntlets at 350 and 500 HANDKERCHIEFSjat 2oc and 50c handkerchiefs at liic and 25e Silk InitialIchiefs at from 25c up A magnificent assort ment to select from FANCY SUSPENDERS Handsome suspenders single pair in a box at from 50c to 300 FANCY SOCKSiWe always have a beautiful display of these at 25c and 50c SWEATERSFor 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 60c to 150 hens sweaters at all prices up to 500 TOBACCO VASES 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 variety of patterns SPECIAL GAMES Look at ChuckaLuck and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trix the new card gameIJ THAT BLIZZARD The blizzard that has been countryIion Tuesday afternoon hightitul nceomIptlIwd 10Ilergeessultedtold whereas on Monday und Tuesday morning the air was murky and sultry it became crisp und sharp putting a tingle in the blood that was refreshing and in Ylgorut1llgNEW P ATTOKXKY GKXKUAL Attorney General X 13 Hays has appointed Mr Chas 1 law Hon of Logan county as Assistant Attorney General to fill the vat came caused by time resignation of Mr Loraine Mix who it now Assistant City Attorney of Luis ville Dr Weavers Syrup soul Cerate Sncccisfnl treatment for blood and skin diseases FORMER FRANKFORT MAN ELECTED SECRETARY OF LOUISVILLE 1JAR- ASSOCIATION The Louisville Bar Association mot Wednesday afternoon at the Courthouse and elected the fol lowing officers Edward McDormott President Henry Burnett First Vieej secIonSecretary and Percy Booth Treasurer All of these are now oflieers with the exception of Mr Booth 4- iy RESIGNS Jlisshas given up her position to take effect today and will go to Lou isvilla to reside where she hers secured a more lucrative position She is an accomplished and ac curate operator of till Thouuet Tpyesetting Machine andis ny handsome and popular lady We wish her abundant success in her new home CLOSEDIThe batiks postollice and public ollices observed Monday as a legal holiday and their employes took the day off- THE BLESSED RAIN This region was visited by a splendid rain commencing Sun day night and continuing until Tuesday at noun It was just the thing Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in consumption and deathjWatch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup GREEN CHRISTMAS BUNGS OUT SNAKE Judge It K Gaines had the privilege of killing a big cow sucker snake on Christmas day Ho was en route to the country ami found the snake on the Peaks Mill pike near Thorn Hill Park and killed it It was 5 feet B inches long This is not a Christ aids joke 4OnDeWltts 859 Salvo For Piles Burnt Sore 0 i fOR GIVING1 a THE wide choice afforded by our special selected holidaystock this store the ideal place for selecting gifts all the usual and standard designs In Jewelry and Silver are shown There is added satisfaction in both presenting and receiving such t gifts as you will find here Our patterns of TaBle Silver both Ster ling and reliable plate and Cut Glass are the best the market affords I Watches Ringsr Brooches Charms r to 150 1 to 500 to 1250 S2 to 30 Gold and Silver Cases Solitaire Cluster Plain Gold Silver and Gold Enameled Silver Gold and Gold Fined and American Make Seal and Emblem or Gem Set Brooches andset with J ISwiss WeIRI If you buy it at Selberts its good t RELIABLE JEWELER j4 L SELBERT 230 St Clair Street s PERSONAL Mr Win Remington of Paris MonlayMMr John T Hinton of Parip was here Monday Dr R J OMahonoy of Lexing- tonJf was here Wednesday- Mr Richard Godson of Midway WednesdayhCol L J Crawford of Newport was in the city Thursday Capt Leland Hathaway of Win chester was hero Thursday Judge W P Walton of Lexing ton was in the city Wednesday Mr Claude M Tomas of Purl was in the city Wednesday Rev Win Crowe has returned from a trip to Missouri Mr Carroll M Walentt of Lake land visited friends hero this week r Miss Coranel Crutcher has re turned from a visit to Louisville Mr J Hal Woodford of Paris tijwas in the city Monday NitCol R W Nelson of Newport was the city Tuesday Mrs A D Martin has returned from a visit ter Chicago ills Mrs G W Hoflman is spending r the holidays at Clay City attonclIluging the holidays Judge A R Burnam Richmond to arrange for his family hack to that retlloingI 1iIr Lee Cruether is Mr James Shouse at El Paso Texas Mr Julian Chinn of Perdue Uni versity is at home for the holi days Mr Cecil Farmer attended the 1ft GathrightFarmor wedding in r Louisville this wool Mrp N B Hays has gone to her old home at Providence Webster Ellen T Woodson of St Louis Mo is the guest of her sister Mrs Ben Hughes Steele street Miss Lulio Hughes has gone to Montgomery Ala to visit her sis ter Mrs lames Mrs D C Mitchell of Buffalo N Y was the guest of Miss Lizzie f Scott her sister this week Mr W J Hughes Representa At1ye from Fayette county was hero bloodilyhv County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was in the cliy Tues day Mr H P Moranoy a commercial man from Versailles was hero Tuesday DR E C ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Office and reniOLnco above WEITZEL OEONNELL WI Muin Ht TELKPHONKH Old 184 Ncw136 U i rAJl Xtr 1 d ru iCo Jas A Scott and son Mr Arthur Scott have gone to Indian Territory for a hunt Miss Cornelia Gordon who Is attending school at PouglVkoepsie N Y is at home for the holidays Miss Rebecca Watson who is attending school in New York has come home for the holidays Mr Paul Collins of Central Uni versity Danville is at home tor the holidays Mr John W Ray and wife have gone to Bard well their old home to spend the holidays Mr Jas T Wilhoit exsheriff of Woodford county was in the city SaturdayMr Klaren and family in Saturday to spend Christmas InI this city Mr Dennis Dundon Democratic nominee for County Judge of Bourbon county was hero Monday Miss Rebecca Johnson has gone to Davenport Iowa to spend the holidaysJudge H S Barker left Saturday for his home in Louisville to spend the holidays Mr Thos Hampton left Saturday for Fort Smith Ark on a business tripMiss Eliso Dandridgo who is at OilIsMr W P Kimball county attorney of Fayotto county was hero Monday Mrs Thos P Rogers who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville has returned home Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville was called here by tho loath of his aunt Mrs R M Aldridge Miss Helen ORear of Science Hill Academy Shelbyvllle is at home for the holidays Mr Julian Jackson of St Louis Mo visited relatives here this weekMr W D Claybrook member of the Legislature from Washington county vas here on Thursday Miss Ethel Brewer has returned from a visit to Mrs O L Powers at Woodlake Miss Lily Roy who is attending school at Boston Mass is at homo for the holidays- to West Virginia to reside Judge Harry Brent of Paris was hero Thursday Mr C C Hazelrlgrwho was called to Paris his soninlaw has returned home Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville is spending the holidays with his parents Mr J L Rodman and wife Mrs TJ G Clark of Vancohurg is tho guest of her son Mr Frank Clark S Ganger Mr Howard Feamster has gone Mr Edmund H Taylor Jr sot of Mr J Swigert Taylor who is attending school at Alexandria Va is It homo for tho holidays Miss Katharine Coleman of Lou isville who has boon the guest of her sister Mrs Thos P Rogers has returned home ci i 1r J h L FLOUREVIII 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 Saffoll LOUiSIvll1e AgentAdamsLouisville Saturday morning as a witness in court Mr W W Longmoor and wife and tits Loula B Longmoor left Friday for St Petersburg FIn to spend the rest of the IlJr John S winterIof Shelbyvillo vo guests of Mr W J Hughes and wife havo returned home Mr J W Newman Democratic nominee for the State Senate from Woodford Scott and Jessamine counties was hero Saturday Judge W S Pryor has gong to his home at New Castle to remain until the January term of the Court of AppealsMr H Kidd commercial man for the Frankfort Shoo Co in the South came in Saturday morning to spend the winter Messrs Harmon Stitt and Swift cityMonday1Col Len J Cox of Houston Texas who has boon visiting rela tives hero for several works has returned to his home Mr Frank Voss of the Frankfort Shoe Co is spending the holidays with relatives at Michigan City Ind Rev R L McCready of Avon- dale Ohio was culled hero to attend the funeral of Mrs R 11 AldridgeMr Hobson of tiVashing- ton and Loo University Lexim ton Va is at homo for the holi daysMrs John C Hawkins and laughter of CampbellHagorman Col logo Lexington are at home for the holidays- Mr A Dudley A Id ridge of Dal Texas camo hero Thurssday to attend the funeral of his mother Mrs R M Aldridge Mrs G M Reynolds and daugh ter of Anderson Ala wore called hero to attend the funeral of their aunt Mrs R M Aldrldgo Mr Randolph Smith of Antler son Ala was called hero to attend the funeral of his aunt Mrs R M Aldridge JhlcagoIllsfuneral of his grandmother Mrs R M Aldridge Mr Stephen Vaught of Danville local editor of the Advocate will spend Christinas with his parents Rev J O A Vaught and wife Misses Mamie and Pattie Thomas who havo been guests of their cousin Mrs O L Powers at Woodlako have returned home daughterMssFarmer wedding in Louisville this week Mrs Will Shy and children of Latonia Ky are visiting Mrs Shys sister Miss Lizzie A Dar nell at Duckers Judge E C ORear and wifo visited their son Mr Prentiss ORear on their farm in Montgom ery county this week Miss Katherine Kenny of Cln cinnati who has boon the guest of her sister Mrs W R OConnell Shelby street has returned home Mss Margaret J Russell and Mrs M B R Day are spondng the holidays with relatives in Louisville Mr H Tunes Todd wife and child of Virginia are guests of his parents Admiral Chapman C Todd and wife Wapping street Mrs John G South is spending parentsGovLouisville Col E E Abbott was called to Warsaw Thursday by the sudden death of his mother MM Mary IF AbbottMr Barrett Jr of Louisa Ky where ho is in time Govern mont River Service came homo Monday for the holidays Mr Montgomery of Providence who has been the guest of his daughter Mrs N H Hays since time death of his wife has returned homo Assistant Surgeon Win P Banta L S A hams boon ordered to the Philipinos for duty Dr Banta is the oldest son of Mr John M Banta of Thorn Hill Mr Prluo 11 Taylor of St Louis who has been the guest of his mother Mrs A M Taylor has gone to California to spend thQ R R Perry editor of the Winchester SunSentinel was a visitor hora Thursday and made us a pleasant call Dr Theodore F Roomele Den tal Surgeon of St Josephs In urinary Louisville is visiting his brother Dr E C Roumelo and wife Shelby street Hon D L Thornton of Ver sailles was in time city yesterday Mrs A A Halley of Bagdad is the guest of her sister Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas ALARM AT 810 YESTERDAY MORNING An alarm from box 86 called the department to the residence o f Mrs Irvine North Wilkinson street where an upturned stove set fire to the floor It was easily extinguished with nominal loss COMMUNICATED To accept an invitation to time home of Mr Henry Wright of t Farmdale is the assurance of a cordial greeting and a period of re enjoymentJustily reunion on Tuesday December rt 20 in special compliment to his eldest son Burger who has but re cently arrived home from Illinois also his birthday the parents decided to mate it one to 4 remember The house was crowded with both relatives and friends the especial feature being that all of the children were once more together under the parental roof Among those from a distance were z Mrs Albert Brown of Louisville Mrs Carl Tyrhuno and little son of Shelby ville Mr Tom Wright wife and little ono of Frankfurt themIfiolvoswhile the older ones talked together of tho times when they too were nlargeopen whore a lung table groaning undo its weight of good things was shown Time boss of tho wholo was a big twentyfive pound tur key It was a sumptuous dinner Mrs Wright is an admirable hostess making all have a good time and although there wore seventyfive 1who partook of her dinner there was quite enough for that many more tAll who were there say they had a grand time anti that old Santa had come on ahead of his time J SEQUIN LETTER LISTw tIrI 1nouBroaden GlsttBuchanan Ingram Butler Mrs lJjrDeloiu Miss orII Jackson Miss Goorglo Johnson Frank t Miller Parish Pulliuin Robt r 1Roberds Mrs MarthaTackett John Thelon Harry J jWIISOII Mrs Manila Persons calling for tho above lot ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M y CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signature of t a X t We wish to express our thanks to our ptrons for the past years business and hope that we shall still receive our share in the futurej8 j JItI RELIABLE JEWELER M A SELBERT 230 St Clair Street tr I PERSONAL Miss Alice French visited friends t In Louisville this week Miss Mary Brown Duvall is visit Ing Mrs G G Coulter at Mayfield rIiSR Lula Nelson visited rela r vtives in Madison county this week Miss Josio Hughes is visiting friends at Ashland Mrs John M Jameson visited r relatives in Cynthiana this week rJr A ilJ Flnnell visited his t mother in Shelbyville on Sunday Mr Robt L Moyers of Louis ivlle spent Christmas in this city Mr JOP LeCompte of Lexington was in the city this week Mr Albert McClure left Monday for Richmond Va on business r Mr J A Hamon of Georgetown hero Thursday hMr Jas N Miles of Lexington f was here this week Mr Grover Land of Paducah is j visiting his brother in this city LUr Steele Reading visited rela k riivoB in Shelby county this week Mr B Polk and wife are visit t Jng relatives in Ohio Miss Lmcflo Savage of Winches ter visited friends here this week fCotGreen R Keller of Carlisle nest of his son Dr H S Keller this week lira J R Savage of Winchester Is the guest of Mrs W B George street IllrJ Ed Kershaw attended tho of the J E lI Salesmen in Lexington this week Plss Florence Gray of Lexinc ton was the guest or her sister Mrs RTftul B Weitzel this week Dr C A Fish has returned from a visit to his old home at RIch I riiiind Col W Bodes Shackleford of Richmond was In the city Thurs play and tirade us a pleasant nail Mr E R How er is visiting friends at Mr Eden Spencer rconJ1tMr G Edgar Anranost anti faun tily of West Union Ohio have re t turned to this city to reside f Miss Laura Flood of Shelby county IP the guest of Miss Ida Roherts Conway street Miss Annie Crutcher of the West Side is visiting relatives in Louis ville Mr Thus B Hampton returned yesterday from n trip to Eort Smith ArkMiss i Laura Hughes of Woodlako is the guest of Miss Mary Keith Miles Mr C C MoChord Bailrond Commissioner of this District was here this week t Miss Bertha lul hot t visited hor uncle Mr O B Gayle at Fal mouth this week Col Jus rcA iffe of the Ie D C W H Co ripen t Christmas with his mother in Lexington- Mr John P Hanloy and wife spent Christmas with her mothe- rf McDermott in Paris Col A B Hammond wife and son Lee visited his mother at SmithHold this week DR E ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children Olllco and rwirtwieo above VKITZEL OBONNELL Main St TELElHONEd 1Ofd 184 New 136 t Capt M H Jnsko of Carlisle was in the city this week hustling around the distilleries Miss Nancy Keiser of Shelby county was the guest of Mrs Goo A Lewis this week Mrs Clay H Hatchitt of New town was the guest of her mother Mrs R P Pepper this week Miss Bessie Staten of Shelby ville was the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Branch this week Mr J Paul Swain Secretary of the Y M C A visited friends at Smithfield this week Mrs John D Griffin and chil dren are visiting relatives at Louis ville Miss Mary Belle Taylor and Mr Edmund H Taylor attended a hop at Eminence on Thursday Mrs M Busam has gone to Den ver Col to remain the balance of the winter Mr Charles McKee and wife of High Bridge spent tho holidays here Judge T R McBeath returned Tuesday from a business trip to LouisvilleMrs T Thomason and daugh ter Miss Ophelia are visiting rela tives at Greenville Tenn Mr Isaac Starks and wife of Louisville visited relatives hers this week Mr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati spent tho holidays hereMiss Mary E Utterback of Lou isville who has been visiting relatives hero has returned home Lieut S 1 M Major U S Navy who has been the guest of relatives hero has returned to duty Lieut A H Wise Surgeon U S Navy who has been the guest of friends here has returned to duty Mr W H Grubbs and son Eu gene were guests of Mr Frank H Hat this week Mr John S Cannon spout Sunday with his brother Mr W L Can non at Midway Mr Harry Mattern of LouisviPe visited his father Mr H G Mat tern this week Mr George Donaldson of San dusky Ohio spent the holidays with his fancily in this city Mr Russell Snead of St Louis Mo visited his family hero during the holidays Miss June Todd Wthon of Lex ington was a visitor hero this weekMr J W Newman Representative from Woodford county was here Tuesday Mr Harry Roberts wife and daughter Catherine Claire have returned to their home in Irvine Mr1 B Lewis of this olllco spent Sunday with his wife and cilldren in Versailles Mrs Wm Brown of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Frank H Half Conway street this week Mrs S S Witt and Miss Lena Witt of Winchester wore guests f Mrs W H Watts this week Miss Nellie Murphy of this olllce spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of relatives Mr Will C Woods of St Louis DI was the guest of relatives hero this week Mr John M Scott und Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spoilt Christmas in this city Miss Margaret A Lewis spout this week with her mother Mrs J H Lewis In Versailles forDonLEADER FLOUR I ji sus you money long run No spoiled bread to thrmynWflY Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with M Ellwanger and C 1V SalTell I Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Christmas with relatives inI Lexington spentItiiiana spentChristmasmother Mrs Virginia Jett Mr Wm Cromwell who has bean TerryCircuitSaturdayMiss B Hodges of Louis ville spent Christmas with her sister Mrs John N Cru tuher West Side Mr Roht M Bergman wife and parentsCaptweekMr W T Reading Jr of Jellico Tenn visited his parents Mr W T Reading Sr and wife this weekMrs John G South who has been the guest of her parents Gov W O Bradley and wife in Louis ville has returned home Mr Gavin C Morris of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of his parents Col Richard Morris and wife has gone home duughterMissGuy H Briggs have returned to their homo in Lexington Mr B A VanDerveor and wife of Lexington were guests of his mother Mrs Anna VanDorveer this week Mr A Dudley Aldridge of Dallas Texas who vas culled here to attend the funeral of his mother has returned home Misses Marie and Laura Smith of Lexington were miosts of Mrs Catherine E Wallace at Woodlake this week Mr Russell S Penn of George town College who has heen hero for the holidays has returned to Georgetown WashingtonCityhor sister Mrs Anna VanDorveer has returned home daughterteen Ats of friends here have re turned home BigSandyparentshoreMiss Annie Rose Laughlin of Lexington was the guest cf her sister Mrs C E Collins this Frank Voss of the Frank fort Shoo Co has returned from Michigan City Ind where ho spent the holidays Col James A Scott and son Arthur havo returned from their hunting trip in Oklahoma and Texas Miss Belle Hubbell of Louis vine who has been visiting her told home in this city has returned to Louisville G A Hilton of California IRev in the city Thursday and u meeting at the First Presbyterian Church that night Mr W 1 MoEldowney and wife of Lexington who have been guests of Mr Frank Clark and wife have returned home fl J kv5i i fijt Mr Dudley Lindsoy and wife of Owensboro who have been guests of his parents Mr John B LindI sey and wife have returned home IMr Hord Brown of New York City was the guest of his mother Mrs Orlando Brown during the holidays Miss Maria Trabue of Louis ville spent the holidays with hen MurphyNapping Georgetownholidays with his parents Mr Si Penn and wlfoIMr A spent Sunday in Versailles the guests of Mr J Andrew Cain and wifeMrs Ford VanDerveer of Mem phis Tenn who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Anna VanDerveer has returned home MyraWiurdparents Mr W L P Wiard and wife this weekIMr Robert Crutcher of Louis yule who has been the guest of his sister Mrs H S Keller has re turned home Mr Sam Milns who is crammer MlllinJCohis parents here Col J N Niles told wife Miss Pattio Williams Miss M Lookett Smith and Miss Laura French attended tho Cole 1anRoh countyTuesday Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles left Monday for Mason county to visit her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife Mrs Sam Stone Bush and sons hnveIand wife at Juniper Hill have gone homo MnjRthe Prison and now with the Lou isville Varnish Co was hero Monday dnughtorMIlsville nn Monday by the serious accident on the Southern Railroad in which her brother was badly jured Mr W Pruett Graham gave n de UapltnlHotolin honor of tho Misses Burnam who are soon to return to huhmond to reside It was largely attended fund greatly enjoyed IN Till DISTInCT ConriT THE UNITED STATES Tilt EASTERN DISTRICT or KENTUCKY IN BANKIWWOV In the mutter of Martin Luther Orutchor Bankrupt On this day of A D1904 on uonsidoriiiL the petition of aforesaid bunk runt for discharge on the 28th day of November A D it ordorod by tho court that a hearing bu had upon thu sumo on thu 10th day of January A D beforu wild court at Covit gton in wild district ut oclock In tho forenoon or near thereto us publishtalpublished in sold district and that all known and other portions in interest may appear at sold time end place and show cause it they have why prayer of said- petltlurter granttxlwitness A M J cit run Tuduo of nuid Court and FrankIsai1JA WALTER G CHAPMAN Clerk E H COLEMAN D C rl1 ii t 2iJ i lFIHS1Manager McNamara is to beJcongratulated upon the successful presentation of the Holy City r at the Opera House on Tuesday l f 44nightThere was a large and apprecia tive audience present and the performers eachand all entered i into the spirit of the play in such 1 a way as to bring out all the i ilSuchand receive liberal supportar lCLIMAi1 iisd patienttooproper attention to food digestion SyrupFree ris made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening coughand debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest canIbea warmer clime you will find that t consumptivossthere iuRe2 drugists i1 AN EXCELLENT COMPANY 17Local theatregoers have a rare theatrical event in store all of next week at the Capital Theatre in the coming of Cutter Wil Bangs Stock company ifOn Monday evening the entire strength of the company will ap w pear in A Voman s Devotion ja play for which the management is paying a high royalty for the author tuiDuring the intormissions Iducedcompany t is no doubt but what they will dor 1 capacity business at prices of 10 rcp 20 and 80 cents with a special inducement of ladies free on Mon day evening Tho sale of seats will be placed at Barretts FridaytiTHAT THROBBING HEAD f ACHE 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 und buildup your health Only 25 centsCmoney back if hot cured Sold by all druggists v f t f iL if aoiW1r i= =Iff For the Roundabout MY CHRISTMAS VIGIL I stood within n small unlighted chamber on Christmas Eve The a heavy velvet curtains of the night had swiftly fallen and shut out all the glories ofn winters day leaving instead the icy breath and frosty sky of tho calm starlit r heaven I sat alone and in my utter desolation cried aloud No being in Gods world so poor as II No friend to give me welcome on the Christmas dajT father intotno traveler returns I turned me to my small un curtained window my heart grown sad and bitter with regret and resting my elbows on the window sill gazed into the distant worlds of lightthen out upon the night Stars above and stars below me I murmured catching my breath with strange intensity of fear I never saw them quite the fiamo before Yes they were bright sparkling lights from neighboring windows shining out upon the snow like beacon lamps and I had no Tight nothing about me save the gloom and darkness of discontent Why should Isit alone on ChristmasEve when all are bright f the Christmas tide I questioned fate When there arose Jjt3folo my startled vision the sad beautiful face of an angel who caught me to her t bosom and bore me swiftly out on wings of light t7 liMy unhappy child she whist pered all is not joy tonight The lamplight shines the bright k est in desolate homes See here IlWe stopped before a brown l I stone front silently I followed l where her footsteps ledsweet messenger divine knowing so well the angel voice was needed here A small white coffin and in its rspoUess purity bedecked with flowers the fair young daughter of y the milliontiire I had known sorrowshe had walked with me but here was griefnot mine Into another home we entered Two aged people husbandand wife sat by the care worn brow and aching hearts for on tomorrow debt would take their all and in old age and pov erty the end would comer AlasI murmured Is this lifeDozens of homes we entered always finding skeletons connu bial infelicities tears sorrows darkness of mental visionthe paraphraze of narrowed views and r embittered prowess Once more we stopped The bare empty room compared to which my small one seemed a keeling her sleeping children She sat before an open door barring the Entrance to a foe I saw the sneakingwolveshunger and pov ertyleaping and snarling upon the threshold As I looked the mothers face grew white as death her eyelids closed at last her f frightful vigil at an end The i starving wolves sprang at the chicft The vision pleased me It was t not all a dream and I arose myrbut some and mylightpaths of duty from home and God Thanks bo to the angel of r the Christmas Eve I look below the earthly lights are dim I t raise my eyes to heaven audio the star is there to guide me to the manger of sweet rest Glory to God in the highest on peace good will to monl enrthI N S December 1904 THAT THROBBING HEAD ACHE youff havewr Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build- upr your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by all druggists s =MARRIED GLORE ROSSELL In this city on Monday Mr John Glore and Miss Nellie Rossell were mar- rice by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church- TRACEYLACE Fl L DIiit- his county on Wednesday Mr h Dorsey Tracoy and Miss Jennie Lacofield were married by Rev L D Stucker SUES FOR INSURANCE Mrs Chas Matthews through her attorney Mr W C Marshall has hrought suit on a policy for 1000 held by her husband in the Protected Home Circle of Sharon Penn a mutual protec tive insurance company SUES FHANKiORT TELEPHONE CO Mr Frank Conway through his attorney Judge onG Wil liams has filed suit against tho Frankfurt Telephone Cufur JOOO caused by hislmying fallen upon a wire of that company loft on the ground which was charged with electricity Shingles We have just unloaded 150 000 old fashioned Yellow Pop lar Shingles like your grand father used to mak- eHammond Co l5lm NICE FARM SOLD The fine fnrm of Mr B F Suter near Switzor this county containing something over 800 acres was sold on Tuesday to Mr John Scott of the same neighborhood for 63 per acre TJie total amount of the sale including tho personalty was 1500 A good crovdwas pres lent DRIVEN TO DESPERATION Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to despera tion in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the best on enrth25c at all druggists NEW PAPER Mr W P Walton of Lexing ton is said to contemplate the establishment ofu new Demo critic daily paper in this city about the 1st of January He will it is said bring the material left unsold to tho Lex ington Herald to this city OPENED UP Mr Chis M Bridgeford has rented tho rooms in the Mansion House Blockon Main street next door to Mrs Lula Choates Millinery Store and has opened up a wall paper and painting establishment Go und see him when in need of anything in his lino W Early Risers The famous little piUs WORST ALL EXPERIENCES Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the oxperi once of Mrs S H Newson Deca tur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies filed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by all druggists 1 m KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK l8lv SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH The week of prayer recommended by the Worlds Evan gelical Alliance has for many years been observed at this church This year there will be special services conducted Rev Goo A Hilton of California in the interests ofn more aggressive Christianity beginning Thursday night of next week continuing through tho week of prayer and closing Sunday January 18th RPV Mr Hilton is one of soy oral men selected out of the whole church by a committee of tho General Assembly for fitness to this special work and comes en dorsed by them as safe conserva tive and most effective and is sent by them to conduct services in various parts of this State beginning at Frankfort These services are wholly undr nominational and members of all churches und the community gon erally will find them profitable LETTER FROM REV DR W C TAYLOR Petersburg Va Dec 21 1901 Dear Brother Lewis My annual letter will come a little later Lest I forget and trouble you to notify me I send my dollar now while I think of it and ask you to enroll me on your list of good fellowship for another year They used to tell me there that no one one who has lived there over outgrows his love for old Frankfort More and more do I find it true More than any other place apart from my own hired house it seems like home to me My love to all who play happen to inquire after me I am specially grateful that Mr James Andrew Scott came out safe from the bridge accident when his buggy was overturned All well Wwither fine Work encouraging Merry Xmas to you and Brother II Jo Gratefully yours to serve W C TAYLOR Dr Weavers Syrup Pnrlflea the blood Cerate ointment for the elfin MASONIC MEETING The members of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M will meet on Tuesday night December 27 St Johns Day in tho Masonic Temple at 730 oclock The regular annual election of officers will be heldA full attendance desired By orderJOHN P SELBERT W M D P DAVIS Secy PLACE YOU ft ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGHORNOur stock is from tho greatist egRlaying strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Thorn Hill URLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop Frnnkfort Ky Old Phone No 333 WlIm P Mothers Ear WORD lit MOTHERS BART WHEN HURBINQ INFANT AND IN THB MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION BUPPtlea THE EXTRA BTHBNOTH AND NOURISHMENT BO NECESSARY FOR THB HEALTH OP BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send for free sample SCOTT tt BOWNE Chemists 094is Pearl Street New York soc and fioo all druggists Stomach Troubles curedKjDOLYJPEPJIA Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected tIflthe use of his heart I KODOL Dies3sWhstYsuLst For saie by J W Gayle drug gist u SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANJ i SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of lunation in the near fu ture Get the Henderson Route HabitIt tho comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a goof habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates Wo have the equipment the train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt nOUIEI HOT WATER COMfORT Nothing eoakes away pain so readily as heat and it is a simple anti ever ready remedy that is best applied by means a good Hot Water Bottle We have a full stock of thom the variety is large and the goods are tho best on the market In buying these articles or any other item of rubber it pays to get quality We do not han dle the halfrubber kinds that are expensive at any price but wo do sell worthy Hot Water Bottles priepsOurevery one Tho Gayle llrUR Stores ESCAPEDJ 3ofGrave Digger THE 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 HighMrShinglerPresident and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denns ButIit affords For sale at GAYLESStOfe Southern Railwayj SkybookletSummer folder etc send two cent stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Asssttaut General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky SOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDAVIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good going via Asheville through the Land of the Sky tool Beautiful returninginvice versa are now on sale at Low RatesThe Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car services en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running throughwithout change to Jacksonville via Chat tanooga and Southern Ry Specialbeginning ing of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers Observation Cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chatta nooga Southern Ry with Din ing Car service en route Through Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Ry For II Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folders rates schedules or other information address G D ALLEN A G P A RyStlo- C R HUNGERFORD D P A Southern Ry KyVG P A Q C Route- Ciimcinnati 0 DO IT TODAY injunctionNeveryou can do today is now gen Doit i thathaokingwith which you Imo been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable romedv 4beoverthirtyfiveit will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will curo you loopseated 1IUllgs 4totrialbottlnaall drugigsts lyr irL THE STORY OF LOUISIANA Great Worlds Fair Success Ccm ing to Capital Theatre ToKi ht Act 1 The Prophesy The j opening scone discloses the wilder ness of Louisiana and shows a t band of Indian warriors supplicating the Great Spirit to show them the future of the of Louisiana The voicesof maidens are hoard in the distanceI and anon a band of ells appear and join in the song Pontiac and other chieftains and medicine men enter and add their voices to the supplication As the song closes they join in a aroundtanother band of Indian maidens who perform an Indian ballet 4Two grotesque medicine men enter and relate the story of their troubles following which come Pontiac and a hand of Pocahontas maidens who sing a song of the far Dnkotnh Music is heard in the distance and a band of pathfinders enter followed by fBrother Jonathan Miss Columbia I Davy Crockett Miss Dixie and the American eagle They de scribe their wanderings and are interrupted by the appearance of a grotesque traveler who enter tains them Davy Crockett shows his skill with the rifle and the In dians return and smoke the pipe of peace The incantation is re sumed and the Indians and white men see a vision of the future of Louisiana So entrancing is it that Brother Jonathan decides to go to France and purchase the territory from Napoleon He and his party embark upon the Mississippi for New Orleans and thence to France Act II The Purchase This act finds Brother Jonathan Miss Col umbia and their party in France The opening scene shows the grounds at Versailles and a grand fete in progress in honor of the arrival of the Americans The festivities begin with the ballet of the flowers and a general jolli gondoIlandrrho merrymaking contin ues and Davy Crockett and Miss Dixie appear out for a good time A band of gendarmes and others enter and quiet the revellers and then comes Brother Jonathan Miss Columbia James Monroe and Robert Livingston The latter explains that Napoleon will soon receive them While they are waiting Columbia entertains with a song find Brother Jonathan is caught by a party of French girls out on a lark As they all depart a gendarme and the gro tesque traveler enter assisting Davy Crockett to rejoin his friendsrrhe scene changes to the court of Napoleon all the historical members of which en ter and art entertained by a stately court dance The Amer leans are ushered in and state 0 their business namely to purchase the territory of Louisiana The sale is made und the Amer icons are presented with a huge rose symbolizing the transfer Louisiana appears and Columbia throwing the stars and stripes about her receives her into the great sisterhood of States She is placed in the State barge and the Americans sail away for home Act Ill The Fulfillment This act takes place in St Louis a hundred years later and shows Uncle Sum Columbia and their fortynine nieces receiving all the world It shows how the terri toryof Louisiana has grown to fourteen sovereign States and in a brief manner indicate some Itml thing of the great advancement 1ofthe territory the whole closing J with a grand march of the States and nations of the earth in honor t of Louisianas birthday At Capital Theatre tonight Prices 25 CO 75 and 1IWE ARE ALL lA Vith the deep hoarse bark- grimly called a graveyard cough It is the cry of tho tor tured lungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung Balsam a remedy for pelt monary trouble so highly es teemed that it is recommended even in the earlier stages of consumption In the later stages mortal skill is unavailing No body can afford to neglect a cold jJafnm tt L tfL1 tMEMORIAL SERVICE FEAT TIRE OF PRESS ASSO CIATION MEETING Interesting phases of newspaper work in all classes of cities will bo discussed by the editors and owners of Kentucky papers who will meet in Louisville January 0 and 7 for the midwinter business session A program which is full of interesting things and which is one of the hest ever arranged has peen prepared by the officers of the Kentucky Press Associa tion and it is expected that the meeting which will be held in the Council Chamber will be one of the best ever held The following is the program just announced by Mr Louis Landrnm tho PresidentShould Country Weekly Bo Independent in Polities Paul M Moore of the Earlington Bee Tile Press and the Politician W H Jones of the Glasgow RepublicanLegal Advertising Laws Harry McCarty of the Jessamine JournalRound Table on Problems of Printing OfficeLed by John B Gaines of the Bowling Green News Talks limited to three minutes Should the Press Advocate Government and State Aid to Public RoadsHeber Mathews of the Hartford Herald The Country Correspondent Low B Brown of the Harrods DemocratKentucky at the Worlds Fair R E Hughes of the Courier Journal The Editor and the PublicI SchoolsE A Gullion Henry County Local and J B Coyle of the Grayson Gazette Premium Offers as Circulation BuildersM W Neal of the Farmers Home Journal Popularity Contests as Circu lation Builders Henry Y Offutt of the Louisville Timesy How to Make Advertising Pay the Advertiser BestWalter Q Adamsof the Owensboro Inquirer How to Treat Other News papersJ J Glenn of Glenns GraphicThe Sunday PaperVallaceI- T Hughes of the CourierJournal Tile Editor as Others See Clarence E Woods of Richmond andI11orl1tho Williamstown Courier Memorial services on Col W C P of the GICraddock cOliInectionDRIVEN TO DESPERATION Living at an out of the way place remote frotH civilization a family is often driven to despera tion in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklers Arnica Salvo Its the best on earth 25c at all druggists BUYS HALF INTEREST Mr Albert G JeHers has purchased a half interest in the livery stable of Noel McGinnis for merly known as Church Bros and his son Mr Howard JefYers will attend to the business in tho interest of his father tills has always been a popular and con yOU ion t location for this business WORST OF ALL EXPERI ENCES Can anything be worse than to fuel that every minute will bo your last Such was the oxperi onco of Mrs S II Nowson Dein tur Ala For three yours slit writes I endured insulTorablo pain from indigestion stomach and bowol trouble Death seemod inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous 1 improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is tho onlymedicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by all druggists XfI r rf kr rv uE l KUlLTHE co H1 AND CURE TENS ==WITH Wh rI tH w IW N WI Di owerwI PrlcofOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOXJli S LES or MONEY DACXi 1liv DEATHS IIORSIMEYERIn this city on Tuesday Mrs Fred Horst meyor ngeJ 84 years Mrs liurstmeyer was a pupulurI lady beloved by all her Sho was a member of the Methodist Church She leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her de- athBIRTHS JONESIn Columbia S C to Mr Clarence L Jones and wife a daughter Geraldino Mattie Dud leyHARDWICKIn this city on Wednesday to Mr James Hard wick and wifen son TENTH ANNIVERSARY Mr Eugene Carlton and wife celebrated the tenth anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday last at their home on the South Side It was a very pleasant affairMr Carlton is one of the most accommodating careful and effi cient clerks in the Postoffice We wish these clever people many happy returns of the occa sionSTARTLING EVIDENCE Fresh testimony in great quan tity is constantly coming in de daring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to lo unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all tho time without being bene fited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly curedme Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Con sumption Pneumonia und Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100- DISTILLERIES RESU IE- OPERAIONS The John Cochran Co Distil lori No 87 the property of the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Co made the first plash of tho season of 1904n on Wednesday Tho T J M SalTell Distillery No 91 tho property of the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware 0111rhmsduy Shingles We have just unloaded 150 000 old fashioned Yellow Pop lar Shingles like your grandfather used to mak- eHammond ii Co 151111 MLwLMothers Ear WORD IN MOTHERS EAR I WHEN NURSING INFANT AND IN THE MONTHS THAT COME BEFORE THAT TIMESCOTTS EMULSION SUPPUES THE EXTRA STRENGTH AND NOURISHMENT SO NECESSARY FOR THB HEALTH OF BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 5oc and all druggists Ijft tttI y ii t V SourStomach No appetite loss of strength constipationIings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes stomachKodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick stdStrength to the Weak Bottles only 100 Size holdlne 2M times the trial size which sells for Prepared by B 0 DeWitt Chicago For saie by J W Gayle drug gist DESERVED COMPLIMENT Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond has just been re elected Grand Recorder and Ed itor of the Delta of Sigma Nu by the Grand Chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternity at New Orleans LaThis is a wenearned and deserved compliment to a worthy gentlemanALARM THURSDAY At 105 on Thursday afternoon an alarm from box 24 called the department to tho broom factory in the local Prison A number of packages of brooms were destroyed but the flames wore soon gotten under control Loss small HEAVIEST FOG EVER KNOWN On Sunday night last the fog which hung over this city was the heaviest ever known The elec tric street lamps did not furnish light over twentyfive feet away from them Several collisions of vehicles were narrowly averted owing to its density and drivers hud to be careful in this regard OIE f IN 1905 At the beginningof 2 a iew year wo extend J to all a cordisil jreet 5 iug roil hope that for nil the Vttl lllav be f both hn 11and pros tSIThe past year has blen a verysatisfac fIf01 us nail we wish to heartily jg thank all who have in S 1IiI any way contributed w to this result 11e apredate your favors z and ill K5 we shall 4 spare no e II ort to erve you even bettor than 1I in the past in order d to merit a continuance M of vourooud will S Tho GoY1o llrn Stows iilnmE i7MS7 17tF1ISl- r iLctiGt h t41YTtJrf1 l ESCAPED ClutchenIGrave Digger s THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVEn AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE ANA SPEEDY CURE IMr Gennings and wife 2063 N High r Goodspeed and wife FrambesAve Mr BrelsfordandwifelIaynordAve HighMrShtng1erI anSi Mr Witson andwife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses what Detins Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and your r will be surprised at the immediate help Iit affords For sale a- tGAYLES St- oreMARRIED rILEY HUDSON In this city on Wednesday Mr Louie Wiley and Miss Claude Hudson were married by Judge Jas H PolsgroveCOLEMAN ROBINSON At New Providence Church McAfee Mercer county on Tuesday Deicember 27 Mr Jacob Dudley Coleman and Miss Carrie Clinton Robinson were married Mr Coleman is the junior mem ber of the Coleman Bros Cloth ing Manufacturers corporation in Louisville and was for many years Principal of the Frankfort High School His bride is art accomplished and popular lady t well known here where she has visited relatives She is the daughter of Mr Wm Clinton Robinson and wife of McAfee The young people will reside irt tLouisyille We tender hearty congratula itions 7x1CapitalMr John Cosby and Miss Georgia Houchin both of Shelby county were married by Rev L DtStuckerPLUMMERVRIGITAt the Elks Hotel this city on Thurs day Mr Paschal M Plummer land Miss Pearl R Wright hoth1 of Stamping Ground were mar ried by Rev L D Stucker vf t LETTER LIST The following is the lint offletferst to be advertised for week ending 7+ Saturday December 31 1904 Brown Alice- Curcoran D F Dnvis Mrs Elsie Elliott A C Flynn E O Proas Vm Hail Lincoln Hopkins Frank Ktwrsey John D Lee Joseph Lewis Mollie MaoLean John Muyflold Miss Clara Millet John J lunar Ernest Mrs Sallie IPettit Mrs May ts Ambrose J E Hot h C M Persons tens will jJDO JT TODAY injunctionN i you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that coldtglint for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable romodv for it todnv anti let that remedy SIUPwhlch ofitcough or cold and Its conlinuod onIsoatid your cough oven if dread yourlungs beforein iI trintbottlnsall drujfigsts lyr 1 E1 tJi1 JTneFrankforfouaIa ouC Entered nt the postolllce at Frankfort Ken lucky ns secondclass innilabli matter =GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub tfFRANKFORT DECEMBER 241904 r THE LEXINGTON HERALD l ABSORBS THE DEMOCRAT ic The Lexington Herald once t again attracts the attention of the State by its absorption of The Lexington Democrat which has been its competitor in the Blue Grass for the past four years The Herald which was formed by the consolidation of The Daily Press founded in 1870 and the r Morning Transcript which was started in ISIS first attracted State attention in 1S9G Under the editorship of Col W C PI Breckinridge it obtained a tional reputation for its editorials and more than a State reputation for the energy ability and enter prise shown in its news and busH ness departments In spite of the bitter political contests from 1890 to 1900 in all of which it took a leading part it prospered and gained in both subscribers told advertising patronage Less than two years ago it moved from its old quarters to The Herald Build ing the most conveniently located and handsomest and most com plete newspaper oflice in any city in America the size of Lexington and which cost over twenty thous and dollars It installed a complete new plant consisting of a Cox Duplex Angle Bar Press and a battery of Mergejithaler Linotype Machines which cost another twenty thousand and over f There is Imrdln newspaper plant in the State as complete and as well arranged as its plant Vith the Associated Press reports with a corps of correspondents and reporters which equals ninny t a city paper it won new su- ccessSEED tvTIMEx life experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ r ent soil than others t some crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mis take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted life best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is nothing that will repair wasted tissue more t quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion t It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi 1 jiarv foods absolutely failIWetvlll send you n sample free Be pure that this picture in the format a is on till everybottle you buy SCOTT BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK soc and all 1I r tiJj PresTDid Weeli Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me t There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are dented Lou if you rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection oft the nerves plainly If your heart isi weak or an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon to affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which qiets the nerves so that sleep may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heait Cure is a creat heart tonic which the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I gut Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at a drugstore in Lawrence burg after in medi cines and doctors intouisille Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg- and in three days have derived more from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors their medicines I think ought to know of the mar velous contained in your remedies W II HUGHES Fox Creek All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Scud for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind every yenr It stood for clenn conservative courteous journal ism and the lofty tone of Col Breckinridges editorials seemed to be reflected in both the news and business departments Since his loath there has been wide speculation as to whether it would be continued under the saute management and last week there was a report published that Mr W P Walton the editor and owner of The Democrat had pur chased it and that Mr Desha Breckinridge would retire from the newspaper world It now turns out that The Democrat has been purchased by Mr Breckin ridge for about onehalf or one thirdof what has been spent in trying to establish it and thnt it was absorbed by The Herald which will be contnued under the same management that has made it in many respects the model daily paper of Kentucky COURT OF APPEALS AD JOURNED The September term of the Court of Appeals closed on Saturday afternoon and the court ad journed until court in course which will be January 2 1005 at which time Chief Justice A R Burnam retires from the bench having served eight years RESUMED OPERATIONS The Old Crow Distillery property of W A Gaines tC Co made the first mash of the season on Monday last The capacity of this house is about 800 bushels per day It makes nothing but first class whisky of the highest grade SNEAK THIEVES Some sneak thieves took pos session of the contents of the re frigerator of Mr Edmund Merry Rodman on Saturday night Ed says he had a good ninny good things to tick his palate with on Sunday hut when he went to look for them they were non est A PLEASANT PILL No pill is as pleasant and posi tive as DeWitts Little Earlv EarlyRisersthat children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing eilect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by J W Gayle j M STRONG AND ABLE SERMON Rev M B Adams the brilliant young pastor of the First Baptist Church delivered a strong searching und tender sermon on Sunday night to a large congregation upon the theme A Country Boy in a Wicked City The preacher set forth in plain and searching language the dan gerous pitfalls and enticements to lead young men away from the paths of virtue and integrity and with earnest and tender words besouught the young men and women cf his audience to beware of the vultures that would prey upon their lives and pointed to the religion of Christ as the only sure foundation upon which they could place their feet and thus have strength to drive back the wave of sin and debauchery now so prevalent and threatening to carry away so many The intense interest withwhich this sermon was listened to by the large crowd gives augury of good results Every family should have its household medicine chest and the first bottle in it should be Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Natures remedy for coughs and colds TO HAVE AN ERUPTIVE HOSPITAL An arrangement has been con cluded by the citcounty and State authorities whereby there will be an eruptive hospital estab lished for the care of all patients affected with eruptive and con tagious diseases The title of the hospital will be Eruptive Hospital The City Board of Health as appointed by Mayor Darnell is composed of the following gentlemen Dr S E James Dr C A Fish Dr G F Thompson Mr R A Brawner Mr J B Utter back and Mr James Heeney The County Board as appointed by the County Medical Associa tion consists of Dr John G South Dr L T Minish and Dr Warren Montfort Dr H L Tobin will represent the State This is a sensible and common sense move in the right direction and will do away with the crude and unsatisfactory way in which this matter has been arranged heretoforeClAl w O R a A Bears theTheSignature rt Aof EXSHERIFF B F SUTER BOUGHT BIG FARM ExSheriff B F Suter who went to Oklahoma and Texas sev eral weeks ago has returned home having purchased a farm of some 000 acres in Texas He says the possibilities for that sec tion are immense He regrets however leaving his native State CHANGE OF BASE Our neighbor of the Kentucky Journal has removed its office from Main street to the Kalten brun building next door to the Christian Church on Ann street where much more desirable quar ters were obtained A Choice TobaccoFarm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco burn 52x110 also good tenement house nod till other necessary outbuildings situated au miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G DHAW rUNS on the premise oc223m Dr J S CollinsDE- NTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tf i 4 k c o1IitirIj Pleasant to take T Laxatived Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION I Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines 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 stock of GI ASS all sizes andcn interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE I EFFECTIVE OCT 10 1004 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Daily No 2 No4I StationsI 3DallyEx f Kx Bunts Ex Sun PMLenvo225 743 0 Lexington 0 1010 005 w BIO 825 Wlnehertter 921 620 a50 913 Olny City 887 489 923 Stanton 828 480 485 I54 Natural Bridge IWI 401 449 1003 Torrent 747 847 W Buattyvllle Junction 726 826- 015 OJ1uckHon 025 22S Trains No 3 and connect at 0 K Junction with the O K Ry for Cnnnol City andr A11yut Sterling and local station J11 BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G p A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No 84 No 22No83 Non DailyMly MistA M Lvo P M AMAr PM Ar LvelIo 980 880 1120 0 i 250 0 K Junction 1120 1084B 168 Vl1hulIt 417 1152 116tt11J 1r1 Nos and 22 will make close connection at O K Junotton with Nos and for points on the Lexington and Eastem Railway Mk C CONLEY Superintendent f W1Tne FranKfilrtRoUmlaDOllt Entered ut the postolllco nt Frankfort Ken Luck as stconddll s niailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER 3119i rTO OUR PATRONS We will in u few clays send out bills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout The amounts due from eaehind vidual subscriber are small but in the aggregate they amount to- nh very considerable sum and will help very materially to make tho f 41 wheels go ro- undc11e trust the response will be u prompt and assuring for which we shall be duly grateful A HANDSOME PRESENT Under ordinary circumstance at is pleasant indeed to be remeir bered by friends at Christmas br- it is doubly so when one is just Ip i from a bed of sickness and pain and I can not express how rent i was my appreciation ofjn present 1 on Sunday from the employes oft the Roundabout office of an ek gant lath robe coming as it did just at a time when Iwas scarcer able to leave my room To one and all I desire to return my heartfelt thanks wishing them a happy and prosperous new veal GEO A LEWIS VETERAN EDITOR PASSES AWAY We noted in our last issue the critical illness of the veteran editor Col John Givens Crnd dockof the Paris Kentuckian Citizen and stated then that we w believed the end was near On the morning our paper wns issued he passed quietly away nt the St Josephs Hospital in Lex u Consumption ci There is no specific for r consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion will come pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions of people throughout the worldare living and in good 1f health on one lung n fj From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption OfI course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot excepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the system as cod liver oil in the ti form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where Iti Its use must be continuous I Cjj We will send you a sample free sure that this in the form of a libel is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Streets New York- 5ocandijaliarujjiiti i1 Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Frequent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Curiae Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervou disorders It removes the cause and effect a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know tha your medicines have cured little girl of nine of spasms She commenced having then at Our family doctor sail she wouldoutgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who sale her trouble was fits in a form He did her no goodeither She was so nervous she hardly As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to mv child I gave her in all bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and he has not had an attack since we commenced the treatment She is troubled with nervousness and we cmiaer her permanently cured I enclose her picture in law lost her reason ands inane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottks of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you much fur your good medicines and kind advice I dont hinl there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMos HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell rind guarantee first bottle Dr Miles s send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreai Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart lad ington The remains were taker to Paris and the funeral service conducted from the Methodist Church on Monday at 28 oclock p in Mr Geo A Lewis of this office is the last of the oflice force will assisted Col Craddock getting out the first issue of the True Kentuckian which was afterwards consolidated with the Citizen and was known as the Kentuckian CitizenWe the following sketch of Col Craddocks life from the pen of Col W H Polk a kinsman of the veteran journalist I have known Col Craddocl ever since my boyhood He wai a cousin of my fathers first wife Marietta Givens of Harrison county His full name is John Givens Craddock and I think his age was about 78 but I never knew him to tell others that myself how old he was In that respect he was as sensitive as a woman About a year ago in U spirit of mischief I asked hit hew old he was when he went into the Mexican war and he told me I then added his then age to the years that have since elapsed and said That makes you 78and- he replied Yes that was pretty slick in you but you are the fil one I over admitted it to Foi many years past the question oi Col Craddocks age und of his failure to marry have been joked upon by nearly all who knew and lowed him All of these quips and jokes when addressed to him personally were received in goon humor There was no resentment in his nature All was sunshine to him Ho was a great admiral of beautiful women and was wont to say he hud proposed to manj and been rejected by nil A few years ago he visited the City olt Mexico and on his return stated that while in the Mexican war ir 1848 he had fallen in love with little Spanish girl On his return trip he hunted up the family and asked for his old sweetheart when the woman to whom he was talk itlg replied Oh site has beer tread for many years She was my grandmother I doubt if there was any mat in Kentucky or in the West und not a prominent public official as well known as Col Cnuldocl was He was born near Lensmrg Harrison county his family wing early settlers in that region Somo of his family attained t prominence in the business world At the out of the Mex call war Col Craddock joined Capt Vm R Simms company of Pane attached to Col Thomp sons Third Kentucky infantry This regiment saw little real service the weight of the fighting falling on the regiments of McKee Ormsby und Marshall so fur as the Kentuckians were engaged iCW ir Though a Southern sympathize at heart Col Craddock took no part in the Civil war He wai once captured by organs men but soul afterward released His manner at all times eccentric made a false impression on tb Confederate snldiors and thin fact probably saved him being curried a prisoner to fl1tllI Those who are intimately quninted with Col Craddock testify to till fact that no cmI hadit bettor heart or sympathies for tho suffering ant distressed All hip acts tended to good und none to evil Eminently moral and correct in nIl things those who best knew him had the highest appreciation of tho man IJoneath his peculiar ties wits a substratum of tender ness and kindliness possessed by few also a sensitiveness of tem per arid joviality that years could not abate or destroy The butt of thousands of jokes rind rjuips he received them all good na turcdly and often joined in 01 added to them by some quaint re mark or comment in his paper widely known as one of the best weeklies in America Col Craddocks first newspaper venture The True Kentuckian was founded shortly after the Civil War The Western Citizen founded by Grimes Johnson on April 7 1808 was published continuous up to some years after Col Craddock established IllS paper After passing through the hands of Joel Lyle Win C Lyle John L Walker and F L Mc Chesney Col Craddock purchased the Citizen in the 80s and hyphe anted it with the Kentuckian and calling the paper by tho new name of KentuckianCitizenNo ht but good of him He never did harm tc lily one At one time he had quite a fortune but lost it by en dorsing for kinsmen I have been told In a domestic sense his life has been singularly destitute be cause of the fact that he never married and of the further fact that he had outlived all his im mediate kinsmen It is said ol him that he never missed a wedding or a funeral he was invited to He had been the chronicler of three generations of people and as such they cherish his kindly interest in them t78 S TO EIJ4Bean thalhaSignature 1IAof GOVERNMENT SUPPLY HOUSE BURNED The government supply house at the lock located at Ford Ky was destroyed by fire The loss will be quite considerable ant without insurance DEATH OF CAPT HENRY T IREY Early Sunday morning after u brave struggle against disease lasting many weary months Capt Henry Tillinghast Ireyp sonin law of Cal Chas E Hogo passed to the great beyond aged JJ8 years Capt Ireys was born und raised at Greenville Miss He belonged Ito a prominent and cultivated family In August 1800 ho was married to Miss Evelyn Baker Hoge eldest daughter of Col 1Chns E Hoge und as a result of that union three children were given them Cupt Iroys was a Captain in a Mississippi regiment in the Span ishAmerican war and rendered efficient service Ho has never boon well since his return from the army Capt Ireys was a graduate of tho Virginia Military Institute of 1890altd was a prosper lOlls business man when 01strickon with disease 1flw funeral services wore con from tho residence of Col Hoge this county on Monday afternoon at 20 by Rev J Me Oh sly Blayney D D after which tho remains were laid away in our cemetery We tender our sincerest sym pathy to the bereft tbrr 1 flHif Jdi Pleasant to take Tndobluk Laxativew Syrup HJ l NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh u minerals and their salts 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 NauseousnessIBloated 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 TOJNOW IS THE PROPER TIME Glaze You- rWindows 1 I have an immense stock of GI i 8all hisses and tainterest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY iIi LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 15 tiM EASTBOUND WESTBOUND s No1 No9 DailyIINo StutioUII Dally flatly Ex SunI1l Ex Siiud Ex Sun SUUIEX A M AM PM ArLeave 74r1 ArI223 0 605 to U10 I8J VinelieitorU850 Clay City 1O406 923 Stanton 485 954 Natural Bridge 67 tWII 20I44U 02 Torrent 5 ileattyvillo Junction 1i0015 1029I IUJllocHon 625 Trains No 3 and connect at O K Junction with tho O K for Oannol City and local pointy on that line Trains No and connect at Boattyville Junction with tho L A Uy for Bintty villo Train Nol and 3 connect with taw C 8 O Ity at J8 E Junction for lt Sterling local station R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General MllnllJUlG P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No Daily Diily IIIIINo Daily bile Ex Sund Ex Sund Ex Sund Mia A M LvoPM M Ar PMAr OIA1wo 980 880 1120 0 I n5 280 O 8 K Junction 8u 158 WiUmrlit 417 1168 18H4JI 152 Humptun lad Leo City 510 122 10I 122 Hl1tChlwu 518 1228 7WI 103 Connor City 55 125 foriNos 21 and 22 will make closu connection ut O It K Junction with No 8 and 4 points on tho Lexington and EaatornRailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent SUMMONS COMES FOR BELOVED LADY Wo noticed in our last issue the serious condition of Mrs Mary Aldridge wife of Mr Robt 11 Aldridge and now comes the sad 11nndThe sad event occurred at 1180 oclock on Monday night told was the result ofu fall received two weeks ago Mrs Aldridge was a laughter of the late Col Ambrose W Dudley one of the most prominent and influential gentlemen of his day She was educated by the late Rev Philip S Fall and was a gentle and lovely lady In eariy life she was married to Mr Robert M Aldridge who is left desolate and two children Mrs Mary Gray of this city and Mr A Dudley Aldridge of Dallas Texas mourn with him the departure of a model wife and motherMrs Aldridge was 77 years of age and a devout member of the Episcopal Church The funeral services were con ducted by Rev R L McCready and A B Chinn from the resi dence on Broadway Street on Wednesday afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in our cemetery i Itching piles Never mind if physicians have failed to cure you Try Doans Ointment No failure there 50 cents at anyI drug store A GOOD MOVE A careful and competent pre scription clerk has been employed at each of the three drug stores belonging to the Gayle combing tion This is a thing that has been needed for some time There are occasions when it is absolutely necessary to obtain medicine at once and it nearly always occurs at night ALL A MISTAKE In last Saturdays paper we made a statement upon what we thought was reliable authority that the Board of Education had abolished corporeal punishment in the city schools We are authorized by Col H H Roberts the Presi lent of the Board to say that the statement is incorrect in every particular The Board has never even consid ered the subject as they are thor oughly in accord with the ideas advanced by us in our last weeks paperThere has been but very little k call for such discipline in our schools but the Board believe it to be the wise thing to have such disciplille ready whenever the necessity arises Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head an active brain bodymnkesJ1im OYSTER SUPPER t The Y 11 C A at the Forks of Elkhorn willon Wednesday evening December 28th give an Oyster Supper for tho benefit of a Public Library at the Kings Daughters Cottage Ico Cream will also bo served Make your arrangements for attending NOTICEI ii There will bo a mooting of the stockholders of the Capital Gas stud Electric Light Co at their 1coffice 102 St Clair St on Mon January 9 at 780 p m D W LINDSEY President 5 102t One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup t FORMER CITIZEN OF THIS CITY PASSES AWAY News was received in this city on Monday that Mrs Susan M Watson widow of the late Mr Jas R Watson formerly of this city had died at the home of her laughter in Louisville on Sat urday of heart failure Mrs Watson was an aunt of Miss Susie Mayhall and Messrs Schulyer B and James Mayhall of this city and was upwards of 88 years of age MrsTntson was born and raised in this city and had lived here for nearly half a century moving to Louisville with her husband some twentyfive years ngo She raised a large family of children most of whom survive Her husband died some six or ugoI member of Church anda good woman She was unusunllyI active for one of her on the veranda of her home at 4 oclock to bid her nephew good bye and at 8 oclock had answered the last summons We tender our sincere condo lence to the boretIDEATH OF MRS MARY AB BETTIWe regret that Mrs Mary I F Abbott mother of Col Ed E Alibett of this city and widow of the lute Judge Henry L Ahhett died sud denly at her home in Warsaw on Thursday December 15 from the infirmities of age having lived to be over 81 years Mrs Abbett lad been quite feeble for several days but was thought to be so much better that her sons who had been called to her bedside had returned to their several homes She was suddenly taken worse and before her devoted boys could reach her tide had passed quietly away Mrs Abbett was a model wife and mother gentle retiring and modest a homekeeper in the best sense of the word hospitable and warmhearted She had raised a large family of sons and was idol ized by them all We clip the following from the Warsaw In IndependentI Abbett Christian character being gentle kind and charitable to everybody devoted to her home and fumi y and in every way endearing her self to everybody by her affection ate and unselfish disposition and leaving an example in every way worthy of most profitable emula tion Everybody loved her for her kindly nature and all feel that they have lost a dear good friend in her passing away Her sixty five years of residence in Warsaw made her popular with a large circle and her life was a contribution to the happiness and welfare of everybody about her Mrs Abbett was the great aunt of Miss Margaret A Lewis of this city We tender to the sadly nfl icted family our sincerest FORMER Boyi KULEDITho sad news was this city on Tuesday that Mr Ben G Caplinger son of Mr W S Caplinger formerly of this city had boon accidentally killed by a Louisville Southern His head was found fast in a switch frog and cut away from bodyMr was 28 years of ago anti veils a brother of Mrs Harry C Bacon of this city Ho was just starting to South Carolina to accept a good posi tion Great regret is folt at his sad depth 7t jt r STAMPING GROUND Mr Al Lewis the town fresh meat has butchered so far thisseason 218 hogs This of course includes farmers close aboutThere is a project on foot to build a big warehouse adjacent to the F 0 depot Quito a num ber of persons here indicated de termination to take stock in the enterpriseIthe J W Robinson farm a year ago containing 120 micros has sold it to Mr Ben Bridges for 92 per acreThe man employed to dig the town well limit some trouble with it on account of some ono having dropped a steel bar into it when down 30 feet It took two days to remove the obstruction Water feetIdeeper We have had winter weather in earnest lately Snow and ice in abundance Ice formed on the ponds to the thickness of 84 inches but water is still so scarce that no ice was housed Our new hank was fully organ ized this week Dr A Stewart was elected president A J Bridges vice president Thurinan Southworth cashier and Jack Fowles bookkeeper They start prospectsIa UNO Dr CadyB Condition Vowicrs are just what a horse needs when in bar ntermifugev cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeConiPte Gayle- TUESDAYS ALARM At 510 p m on Tuesday an alarm from box 35 called thejcle partment to the residence of Mr Ben Dean on North Wilkinson street where a chimney blaze threatened things No damage was done and the boys did not use their hose PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mr Russell Baker of the Jour nal Office stepped out on the icy pavement Friday night in front hisIIwas badly cut inflicting a gash longIARM BROKEN While a little lad by the name of Lewis Smith was wrestling with a schoolmate on Friday afternoon he fell and broke his arm just below the elbow Sur gical attention was at once ren dered NEW BANK ESTABLISHED The banking business must be prosperous in the little town of inIstitutionlowing gentlemen were elected StowINEEDLESS ALARM On Monday at 1285 p m an alarm from box 21 called tho tire boys to the livery stable of Mr 11 F Shelton on Ann street where a burning chimney caused extinguishedIy boys could retell tho place 1Jf genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day The Talk ofI the Town The most beautiful and largest Holiday Display ever shown in Town 5000 lbs of Candies at special Holiday prices as follows Grocers Fancy Mixed Candy 7c per Ib Pure Stick Candy 7c lb Fine Chocolate Drops 12c- per Ib Fine Cocoanut Bonbons 124c per lb- Yankee Peanut Rock Candy lOc per lb Mammoth Crys t a Gum- Drops lOc per lb All 20c and 25c varieties of strictly handmade Bonbons cut down to 14c lb All Chewing Gum at 8c a pk New und fancy mixed Nuts at 14c nIb Allother varieties at proportionately 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 oil your teeth Special discount to parties buying in larger quantities See our fine stock of Celery Cranberries and extra fine Fresh OystersBoth Phones Blue Grass Grocery Co i1 3t MEETING RECALLED The meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee which was called for this city on Wed nesday was abandoned on account of the fact that mutiny of the members found that they could not attend by reason of previous engagements It is not known when the committee will meet PAINFULLY HURT While walking on the icy pave ment on East Main street on 111Bnntafell straining his wrist very badly andotherwise bruising himself Although suffering considerable pain Mr Banta still attended to his business Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatICAUGHT IN THE ACT On Monday evening Mr Phil D Arnold caught a negro boy in his coal und storage house on Camp bell street As no policeman was near enough to summon Mr Arnold gave the boy an oldfashioned larruping mind warned him of worse trouble if again found de linquentIARE YOU GOING TO CINCINNATI TO SHOP FO t THE HOLIDAYS You can leave Frankfurt via the F C at j a in and 2 p m making connection at George town with the Q C Route arriving in Cincinnati at 1015 a m and 010 pnl respectively Leave Cincinnati 880 a m and 4 p m arriving in Frankfort at 1125 gal 740 p m daily except Sunday Special holiday rates in effect via tho Queen it Crescent Route Tickets are on sale De comber 28 24 25 81 and January 1005 For information ask F rIT P A Lexington Ky t i IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE 51 Offered bv the Henderson RoutoYjBetween Louisville Louis and St r- Communoina Sunday June 6th Kentuckys popular line the Hen derson Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isvillo and St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between those points Three dally trains will bo in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville + and St Louis Leave Louisville 880 a m 000 p in and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p in 720 a m and 010 m ifromern vestibule pattoin and is ns flneSjtas on any train operating in or out of Ken tlW kfIh-e 88U a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation T Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair f 1sentof Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Be fsonta m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat 4Ihowill servo meals a la carte you pay 4 only for what you cot s All trains will leave from and rf1 arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at nndfdeparting from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and tho Henderson Route He will itoYou will he satisfied in every re Jspect with the accommodation and 1safe train service that is olleied by this line which has peen termed the Official Route for Kentuckians 1 HOLIDAY RATES i Frankfort Cincinnati Hni1wnyjJ Rate JforDates of Sale Tickets on sale December 23 24 25 and 81 1904 and January HJ0- 5Limitgood returning Janu i ary ro all points south of the Ohio and Potomac and east of the Mis sissippi rivers And to points in f Central Trallic Association within In radius of InO miles from Ohio River Crossings Ask ticket agent tor particularsFSAML E HUTTON G P AttJl BLUE GRASS TRACTIONACOMPANY 0 Lexington Ky Dec 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris hour from a in to 9 p tlover except 11 a in and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 p m ex icept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in ILeuve Lexington for George hour from 7 a m to 11 p in except 11 a in 8 and If 10 p Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p m except 10 a m J 12 noon 7 and 9 p in J Car 14 carrying freight express iand trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Loaves Paris 145 p m 1 Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and Jtheatre parties and for school business and family tickets can 1 he had on application at the com r ipanys office 404 West Main k street 112ilttf 1 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE iDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS AC 11 IAnyono sending a sketch nnd description ran our opinion an invention Is probnbly ommunlca lions strictly on Patents tent free Oldest ertlltcpatents Patents taken through receive tptetal notice without charso la tho Scientific flmerican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest eta culatlou of any sclontiao journal Terms t3 year four months II Sold byall newsdealer- sMIINN Branch 8 Co3sleY8e61New York lf Ie 4l4 i t SMALLPOX AT THE PRISON There has been considerable un ensiness in our city over the reported existence of smallpox in the local penitentiary Dr J N McCormack Secrc ary of the State Board of Health came hero on Monday made an investigation of the situation stated that there wore only two curses of genuine smallpox that they had been removed to the penthouse together with eight other suspicious cases He then issued the following instructions which have been carried out and all the prisoners and employes vaccinated All the physicians of the city assisted in the work- INSTRUCTION let That every oilicial and em ploye in and about the peniten tiary give evidence of successful vaccination before the walls on Tuesday December 27 1904 and that they file certifi Bates of successful vaccination for themselvfia and each member of 4their families aril servants with the Prison Commission for permanent record within ten days That hereafter no person skull be employed in or visit the prison in any capacity without certificate of successful vaccination to be exhibited to the proper official at the gate 2d That every prisoner in or about the walls who had not been 1successfully vaccinated within years shall have this operation performed in at least the arm within andleiwithin the next ten days file for record with the commission a full roll of the prisoners successfully vaccinated and a list of those un vaccinated 3d That no prisoner shall be received hereafter unless the sheriff of the county shall forward a certificate of successful Vaccination within three years to the Commission and receive a permit for the admission of such pris oner before leaving the county from which he is to be committed 4th That an Inspector of the Board be put on duty at the expense i of the Commission for ten a days or so much longer thereafter as may be necessary to supervise the work in the name of this Board until the present danger is over5th That an insolation hos pital be immediately provided for the use of the city of Frankfort county of Franklin and State Prison- J N McCORMACK Secretary State Board of Health NOTICE There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Capital Gus and Electric Light Co at their I office 102 St Clair St on Monday January 0 at 780 p m D V L1NDSEY President 162t WOUNDED BY CARELESS- NESSt While Mr J Desmond OCon ner of this office was standing on the corner of Main and St Clair streets about noon on Sun day a boy who was ranking with a 22caliber pistol discharged the weapon when pointed at Mr 1eOConuuer ball took effect in Mr hip and ranged round ITho lower part of thn groin located by Dr H M Kel flay machine Luckily it was only a flesh wound and Mr OConnor was not disabled by it The boy who did this should ho arrested and punished 1horo is absolutely no excuse for pointing r a weapon at any one in that way CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 0 AND 10 QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE IOn and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run holy ex t cept Sunday They now run r dally tf COUNTRY CLUB ORGANIZED The members of the Country Club met at the Capital Hotel on Tuesday and elected permanent organization as follows T L Edelin President George HenryIIiBoard of Governors George L Payne Chairman Dr John South Pruett Graham Captain E M Drape S J Shackelford Dr II S Keller George F BerrI S W linger Walter G Chapman House Committee A D Mar tin Chairman Gorge II Wat son George linker Frank GI Stagg John P Sellmrt Committee on Tennis Dyke Haxelrigg Chairman Polk Laf foon H P Mason Jr Al S Lil lard G W McAlpin Committee on Bowling Mason P Brown Chairman George H Stehlin Joseph R Newton Judge- J IL Polsgrove R C Hieatt Committee on Golf GreenGuy- H Briggs Chairman William Congleton Percy Hoge R B Franklin E B Weitel Henry M Craik John T Buckley Max Dorn Dr John P Stewart Committee on AuditingFrank- H Johnson Chairman Frank Hewitt W A Lutkenu ier A M Slack Ben Marshall Committee on Boating Paul Sawyier Chairman Henry Lind sey Morgan Chinn William Ken- ney W J Roberts Committee on Building M Andrews Chairman Percy Ha ly Leo Oborwarth H B Ware W S Rossen Committee on Trap Shooting Huston D Wood Chairman Jas R Thomson R A Baker B G Williams Charles H Ste phensonCommittee on Dancing D D Smith Chairman Cecil Farmer W W Longmoor S R Wood H G Tandy Clarence Julian J S Taylor Bacon Blanton THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE REMEDIES Indispensable in any family Among these the experience of years assures us should be re eorded Painkiller For both in ternal and external applications we have found it of great value especially can we recommend it for colds rheumatism or fresh wounds and bruises Christian Era Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25c and 50c One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup OFFICERS OF HIRAM LODGE NO 4 A Y M The following are the officers of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y 11 as selected on Tuesday night to servo for the ensuing year W Harry Jones W M Chats N Wiard S W Geo E Feamster J W John P Selbert Trims David P Davis Secy S D J S Lusoher J D Gus Schaefer S T The report of the Secretary shows the finances of the Lodge to bo in a very satisfactory condi tion and the outlook for enlarge mont during this year are very en couraging This steadygoing and conserva tive ordor is quietly and earnestly doing its beneficent work A PLEASANT PILL No pill is as pleasant and posi tive as DoWitts Little Early Risers DoWitts Little Early Risers are mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people onjoy their cleansing ofVeot while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by J W Gayle NOT UP TO THE USUAL STANDARD It is generally conceded that the buying for Christmas this year was not up to the usual standard either as to quantity or cjuality Many persons believe that the shortage was caused by the large number of persons who went to the Worlds Fair and thus expended the money which they would otherwise have used in the purchase of Christmas presents Others do not take this view of it Be that as it may there is no question but that the sales fell tar below the usual average and of course the merchants feel it Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerato for akin eropttaa BACK TAXES ARE CLAIMED FROM LOCAL DISTIL LERIES Mr Allie H Harrison of Lex ington Revenue Agent for tho State at large has filed suits in the Franklin Circuit Court against a number of local distilleries for taxes alleged to be due for storage claims and on other accounts The defendants named in the various suits are Kentucky River Distillery Com pany Geo T Stagg Co E H Taylor Jr Co Baker Bros Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Company W A Gaines tC Co and S C Herbst If the ills that man is heir to come from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indigestion impossible SPLENDID PIECE OF PENMANSHIP We were shown on Thursday a piece of penmanship executed by Mr Charles G Mutzen burgh law clerk for Judge E C ORear It is a certificate of the exam ination and license ofn young lawyer to practice in that court As a specimen of penmanship it is bimply marvelous and does great credit to Mr Mutzen burghs skill Queen lnd- Crescent Route Shortest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA Ar IJANT A- BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Ii E GLflRKE 1PA 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky ir Cadys Comlilfou JLiwucrs are just what a horse needs when in bar untlition Tonic blood purifier ulurinitugo They are cot food fuedicino and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComntft Gayle If genuineLaxativethe remedy that n cold lu one day ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R E to New Orleans and thu weekly Southern Pacific 8 S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and ChI cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Woolnrrivillthrough tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central E E Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythofor a copy- MEXICO AND UALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the ChioagoFridatho Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete III every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern every Wednesday from ChicugoI every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednescJn NEW ORLEANS- A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double dally service and fast steamheated vestibule trains with through sleeping cars butietlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New jU OrleansIThe Groat Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Uu f Coast has rooms single or en suite with or without Math Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneInphis and tho Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on some train en route at Memphis into through sleeping our to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can be hud of agents of the Illinois Central or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central- F W HARLOW D P A Louisville- A MoDOUGALL D P A New Orleans- A H HANSON G P A ChloagoJNOMemphis su utwav BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWES7 UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E B BttCOM P AI f Cp MI w Lnulsvll A Choice Tobacco Farm Fcr Sale Good dwelling largo tobacco tarn also good tenement house and nil other necessary outbuildings situated Jjj miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW KINS on the premises ocLLtfm Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 5ltf tM J Jr DAILY E X C U R S 3 O N S W II T LEX 1To DETROIT StD Clair Hats a Port Huron i By the Magnificent Steamsr of tar foot of Madisnn Street at zReturningfJ1I1lirnitedrollndto Detroit and rturn Week Day Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a dcligntUil two days trip only 300 Imeals and berth extra Sptslat Rates to SoctitiiJ ylOttjkRaikoadt C BIWWI GOLDENDJAiq ft r 1 New Fast Tra- mCcilorado i TO r UTAH THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The pow trains will leave St Louis a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m le daily service Through sleeping car service for SanFran Iseo Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or addreu- H T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky 4 H C TOWNSEND r Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Kodol Dyspepsia Curt Digests what you eat t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour front n a in to 9 pIin except 11 a in 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George tOfIII10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 aS1m to 10 pm except 10 a 12 noon 7 told 9 P11 Car 14 carrying freight express und trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Loaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates 4 for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can ho had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main street Eo T Phone 010 Hume Phone 1274 t Y ALEXANDER President tfii EXPERIENCEfi TRADE MARKatDESIGNS f COPYRIGHTS 4CBonding a sketch and description ma quick ascertain our opinion an Invention Is prohably paten Comraunlca lions on Patent forsocunngpatentsIhttellte special notice without charge Intho eJimerkanA handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cit culatlou of Any sclentlUc journal Terms IS iyear four months f1 Sold by all newsdealers 1UNN Co3BBroadway W JIM k Drench F fit Washington Wi ilor kJf oEfYfr For the Roundabout MRS ROBERT M ALDRIDGE It is not too much to say that all Frankfort was shocked and grieved on Tuesday morning last to learn that Mrs Aldridge had passed away during the previous night On December 7th her 77th birthday she attended an nddress delivered by Mrs L W Burton the wife of the Bishop of Lexington at Ascension Parish House and in returning home in the dusk missed her footing and fell injuring her right hip She had since then been confined to her bed from the shock as she hadnot been strong for sometime but her recovery was con fidently looked forward to though she was in a very weak condition But Monday night last heart fail ure became evident and soon after 10 oclock she sank to sleep surrounded by her husband and family as peacefully and quietly as a child upon its mothers breast Mary Dudley Aldridge was the daughter of Ambrose W Dudley Esq and came of one of the old est and best families of Virginia and Kentucky descended from the noble line of the same name in England and was a distant kinswoman of the late Bishop of Kentucky the lamented Rt Rev T U Dudley D D She was horn December 7 1827 at Frank fort the old residence still stand ing on Main street opposite the Capital Hotel anti had passed nearly all her life in this city She was educated as were many KentuckyIir the school of that well known scholar and polished Christian gentleman Dr Philip P Fall In early womanhood she married Robert M Aldridge Esq and four years ago after a half century of most happy wedded life they celebrated their golden wed- dingrt Two children survive her Minnie the wife of F V Gray Esq and Ambrose Dudley Al dridge of Dallas Texas t As a young woman Mrs AI- r dridge was a member of the Church of the Disciples but for almost a third of a century she had been prolnanentcopal Church been con y firmed in Louisville where for- Borner years she resided under the pastorate of the late John N Norton D D who had been fork more than twentyfive years the r beloved and devoted rector ini i Frankfort before accepting a Mill to the former city In every movement for the advancement r of the work of the Church she was always among the foremost filledtt the porishIi Her activities however were jf not limited either to the life of her family or her Church but in If the larger life of the community as well she was always most in terested She was a member of the Kentucky Historical Society of the Daughters of the American r lir jftpl r 4I i i J I I I I I WITH THANKS FOR ALL FAVORS FOR 1904 WE WISH YOU A Merry Christmas And A Prosperous New Year And hope to see yon often in our store during 1905 WS FARMERI 1 I I I I I Revolution and one of the fore most and first presidents of the Joseph H Lewis Chanter of the Daughters of the But it was for Confeclell1cyI sunny disposition interest and sympathy in every that affected her friends sand neighbors her wide charity a purse ever open to the cry of suffering and distress that she was best known and loved and the esteem in which she was held was amply and best attested by the steady stream of callers of high and low degree rich and poor black and white who by the hundreds flocked to her door to express their sympathy and concern after what proved to be her fatal accident IOASTOElEABears theTheSignature Iof ATTENTION SIR KNIGHTS Christmas Observance On Monday the Sir Knights of Frankfort Commandery No4- K T will assemble in their Asy lum in Masonic Temple at 11 oclocka in and join in the beautiful observance of the Christ mas ceremonies The following sentiment was prepared by the Committee on Christmas Observance To Our Most Eminent Grand- Master Geo M Moulton May the Prince of Peace reign in all our hearts and his love unite all the Nations The Grand Master sends the following response All hail the day when love divine shall ennoble and dominate every heart each for others and nil for God The toast will he drank standing Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Saectisfol treatment for blood and skiD diseases STARTLING EVIDENCE Fresh testimony in great quan tity is constantly coming in de claring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to e unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland mIpIechitis for hree years and doctored all the time without being bene fited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Con sumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100- MOTIERS BE CAREFUL Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in timeOne Afimite Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by J W Gayle tj + p il WHAT THE SUNDAYSCHOOLS WILL DO There will be an entertainment for the children of the Methodist Sundayschool at 280 oclock this afternoon At 11 oclock Sunday morning there will be a ncipulIpnrt children of the Sundayschool will in place of receiving pres ents themselves give an enter tainment for the benefit of the Asylummember of the school will donate something to that institution It will be held at 980 a in Sunday morning The Sundayschool of the First Baptist Church will be given an entertainment this evening at 5 oclock in the old Chapel of the church and at the same time the school will donate presents for the children of the Baptist Orphans Home at Louisville The First Presbyterian Sunday school will have their entertain ment at 8 oclock this afternoon in the Sundayschool room The Mission Sundayschoolat Lees town will have a Christmas tree at MondayThewill have a Christmas tree at 480 p m today in the main auditorium of the church The Southern Presbyterian Church had their entertainment last night at 780 for the Sunday school It consisted ofn fish pond and other attractive things IN MEMORIAM These resolutions of respect were offered by Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C in memory of Mrs Mary Dudley Aldridgo who died at her late residence Frankfort Ky December 19 1904 Whereas The Divine hand has led the sweet spirit of our sister into the sunshine of an endless life be it- Resolved That this Chapter has lost a dear and precious friend a loving adviser a sympathizing comrade Resolved That her influence shall he as sacredly felt and her memory cherished as when in life went and came in our midst smiling and bright as her own parsonality Resolved That a copy of those resolutions be tendered to the be reaved husband and friends together with her children and spread upon the minutes of this chapter MRS S LEAVY MRS S THIMBLE MRS N S COX I leave these fragrant flowers Close to her calm sweet face Where folds of snowy lace Sweep the soft hair I kiss the folded hands Each one a prayer N S COY Cor Sec OA T 0EIJABeare theTheSignature of I f PJI ELECTION FIGURES There were 18878820 gates cast in the lute Presidential elec tionn decrease of 455288 from the total Presidential vote of 1900 The following vote cast for Parker and Roosevelt in 1904 Roosevelt 7620571 Parker 5094091 Roosevelts majority 2526480 401450Imore 1900 while Parker in 1904 falls 1298058 short of the Bryan vote of total popular vote of the country falls one and a half mil lion votes under the 15000000I that had been predicted This surprising result is due in part to the light vote of the South but more particularly the fact that in the West thousands of Demo crats did not go to the polls In Missouri for example Roosevelt only gained 7000 votes over Mc Kinley in 1900 because 50000 Democrats refused to vote In Iowa Parker fell 60000 behind Bryan four years before while in Illinois Roosevelt 54000 stnyatIhome from 98000 in 1900 to 805000 in 1904 Parker in New York ran only 5000 votes ahead of the vote of 1900 in that State Parker received fewer votes in thirtyseven States than were given Bryan four years before The falling off in the total vote is thus plainly accounted for Thousands of Democrats did not go to the polls at all Of the six national tickets in the field in 1904 the only party that did not increase its vote over that of 1900 was Democracy and apparently all others gained at its expenseFrom 1864 to 1900 each succes sive Democratic Presidential nominee polled more votes than his predecessor In 1900 a change occurred Mr Bryan receiving in that year 144792 less votes than in 1896 Wlrle this was discouraging Judge Parker four years later falls short 1250000 votes Parker not only polled fewer votes than did 1250000I 1900 but 1500000 css Bryan did in 1896 87000 less 18841Pnrkervotes than Cleveland in 1884 In other words measured by the Presidential election of 1884 the Democratic party gained only 200000 votes in twenty years This comparison is not correct however as during this period the Democrats pulled at one time 1500000In the vote in the two last Presidential campaigns stands 1900 Bryan 284899 McKinley 226801 Bryans majority 8098 1904 Parker 217170 Roosevelt 205277 1180TotalTotal vote east in 1904 422447 Falling off of vote in 1904 as compared with 1900 8925S Democratic loss in Kentucky i from 1900 to 1904 17728 Republican loss in Ken tucky from 1900 to 1904 21524 Republicanslost four years in Kentucky than did the Democrats EXPOSURE TO WET Dampness and cold invariably a sudden chill which if not attended to immediately will cause a cold By mixing a teaspoonfulof Davis Pain killer in half a glass of warm water or milk the whole system will be heated and the danger of cold avoided Avoid substitutes PerryDavis RED SAUNDERS AND SCOTCH KILTIESJIn the January McClures we have another little whirl withIt Red Saunders Henry Wallace Phillips picturesque and resource ful cowboy In A Touch of Na ture Red is discovered foot loose forty miles from nowhere in the Bill Williams Mountains 11of Arizona However excitement wait jut up tile hill in the shape of a largo Scotchman kilts bagIpipes and all No wonder Red is aggrieved at such an unusual f sight The two meet tempestu ously but after they fall off a ledge together twentyfive foot clear into ice water they be come fast friends How they danced a moonlight cancan stimulated by Scotch fusky and how Colin Hiccuup Grunt became Great Peace Chief of the 11bestTheyre the real goods as are A B Frosts drawings Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Perfootlyt safe Never fails At any drug store CLIMATIC CURES i The Influence of climatic con consumptionispour patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by tilis made certain by Gorman Syrup is a good nights rest and the t absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat less nights and the exhaustion pine to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive efinltklngGormunlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that c consumptivesthere ty and regain strength are those that s if25cgists yr K r to 7 Co RIITHERSIMPSON1- i i n l Nit JJ1 aIi fi l 800 mens and young mens heavy weight suits all colors at onehalf y t k price most of them this seasons suits and our guaranteed Onward brand r This means a 1000 suit for 500 t It2000 1000 2500 1250 t 3000 1500 Great reduction on mens and boys overcoats and mens and young mens pants By beginning our sale four weeks earlier than usual we give you the best and largest assortment of merchandise to select from ever offered youJ FrankfortI record for doing just as advertised is our guarantee for this sale In our Shoe Department we offer you some rich and rare argains We have three lines of mens fine shoes we want to close out and the following prices should do it t All Florshems Mens 500 and 600 Shoes 350 All Florsheims all Snows all Dizers 400 Shoes 300 All Florsheims all Snows all Dizers 350 Shoes 25O One lot Ladies Fine Shoes worth S35O go at S25O1 u i00a 225 u u 25O 200 200 165 BOYS SHOES MENS SHOES CHILDRENS SHOES S3 CO kind S275 S3OO kind S350 S2 00 kind 165 300 250 250 2OO 175 150 250 200 2OO 165 15O 125 200 105 150 125 125 lOO 150 125 too 85 l Goods In This Sale For Cash Onlyj Alterations charged for and no goods sent out on approval ill i CRUTCIER SIMPSON J FRANKFORT KYrli- i L JI NL ii i i- Jj l ii f1 fl r u V f LHLJ S D JOHNSON CO r Headquarters for everything in the Christmas liner GOLF AND KID GLOVES FISK CLARK R FLAGG 29 cents for gloves worth 40 cents Waists from 350 worth 5 00 6 00 and 12 00 39 cents for gloves worth 50 cents 89 cents for Kid Gloves worth 125 l- i UMBRELLAS r SILK AND SATIN SKIRTS A large assortment of Umbrellas for men women and 89 cents for Satin Skirts worth v 100 1childre r l 98 cents for Satin Skirts worth 1 25 1 4 19 for Silk Skirts worth 6 00 RIBBONS RIBBONS I- tt J 5 98 for Silk Skirts worth 7 50 fL 10 yard spools for 8 cents r3y2 inch wide Silk Ribbon lOc per yard SILKS SILKS t SILKS 42 cents for Silks worth 50 cents f 69 cents for Silks worth 75 cents HANDKERCHIEFS 82 cents for Silks worth 1 00 98 cents for Silks worth n 1 25 500 dozen from 5c to 12 each r DRESS GOODS CHINA CHINA Cupsd62 cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 75 cents t79cents for Wool Dress Goods worth 1 00 piers Pitchers Chop Plates Etc Fancy Belts and Stocks from 712C up i LINENS LINENS Best Calico 4 cents per yard Towels Lunch Cloths Napkins and TableYard wide Brown Cotton 5 cents per yard t big reduction for Christmas Apron Gingham 5 cents per yard + Christmas shoppers get value received at JOHNSONS STREETst KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preaoh at 11 a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at 045 a in in chapelHomo Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Su perintendent Adults and strangers Invited to join Baraca Bible Class at 945 taught pastorBaptist Peoples Union will moot in the chapel at 080 p Leader Isaac Locke Topic The Lightof the World Prayermeeting Wednesday night pit 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats tree ASCENSION EPISCOPALC- HURCHRov A B Chinn roc torIl 780 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer 4 Friday Teachers1 Mooting at r 780 Bible study at 750 Those services are all opon to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J T McKlssick of Lexington will preach at a m and 7150 p m Sundayschool at 980 a in in Wfl11meetTopic The Light of tho World Prayormoeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel Topic Tho Changing Years and the Unchanging Christ she Junior Endeavor Society will moot on Friday afternoon at 3 ohapelEverybody SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHRev Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool 980 n m Young Peoples Society at 0U p mPrayormoeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH RovFather Thomas S Major rector High Mass at 5 oclock Low Mass 780 a in High Mass 10 a m Sundny school at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN McCluskyiThe morning service wTl bo a special praise service Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 085 p All tho young people are invited Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 p in The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rov J pastorAt exorcises will be conducted by the Sunday school At 730 p m the pastor will preach At the evening service tho Pastor will preach a sermon suitable to Christmas Sundayschool at 945 a in Junior League at 8 p m Senior Loaguo at 7p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend CANDY PULLING Tho Kings Daughters Circle of Steadmantouii will nave a candy pulling at tho homo of Mr U V Bnr ont on Tuesday night Decem her BEIYARE OF COUNTERFEITS genuineWitchTucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to bo tho best salvo on the market Every family should keep it as it is an inval uable household lomednnd should always bo kept on hand for immediate useiIrs Sam uol Gage of North Bush N Y myIlmldosalvos and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walk for over two years Finally 1 was persuaded to try DoWitts Witoh Hael Salve which has completely cured mo It is U wonderful re lief DoWitts Witch Haxol Salvo cures without leaving a soar Sold by J W Gayle isJ t GET THE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MARKETSWAR POLITICAL NEWS RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER BOWLING NEWS RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH NO MORE SUFFERING If you are troubled with i digestion got u bottle of Kodol Dys quicklyitson of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recom mended and i used a few bottles of it and it is the only thin that hits relieved me Would not be without it lImo doctored with local physicians and also at Chicano und even wont to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the meIshould use itSold by J V Gaylo lif It Silks Nets Laces and i Lace Robes Special Cuts on these goods during the Holidays after Christmas 30 inch warranted Silk 9Sc from 125 Vide Silks for Suits 75c was 100 40 in All wool Dress Goods B9c from 50c f 40 in All wool Dress Goods 49c from 75crt55 in Scotch Suiting was 125 and 150 Misses Coats and Jackets 450 500 wasjiOO and 750 Ladies Jackets 450 and 500 was UOdnd 750 Ladies Long Coats 750 was 950 M Ladies Ltmg Coats 1000 was Ll 50 prFurIsabella Christmas Novelties lOc loo 25c and 50c Handkerchiefs 24c each and up All Linen Fine Narrow Hems package of 6 fur 100 Irish Linen Napkins and Table Cloths Towels etc I F T HEENEY f Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Itd o10l Leaves 110 m Arrives jI5 a in Now Orleans Special No Lent os is01 p m arrives p in No Local Mall No Lea 1I 720 a in Arrives 455 m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate EliznbethtotvnHodgcrntllonnd HodgcnilloXo Accommodation Xo lit Leaves 490 p m 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night at 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JHURUHRev A B Chinn roc tor Sunday January 1 980 Sundayschool 11 Morning Prayer and Sermon andAfWednosday 780 Evening Prayer Meeting at 780 Bible study at 750 i Those services are all upon to the tpublIc CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev N R Hudson the new pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mISundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 045 p Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the chapel The Junior Endeavor Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the olnpol Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCHRev Win Crown the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Special New Years service at 780 a Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Fattier Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock Hitrh Mass 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 7HO p m FIRST PRESBYlERIANC- HURCHRev J McClusky Blay 1 ney D D pastor Rev Leo A Hilton of Cal fornia will preach at 11 a m and Irr 780 p m- Young Peoples Society of Chris tine Endeavor at 085 p All tho y miner people am invited Special service each afternoon at S oclock and 780 each evening during tho week conducted by Rev Goo A Hilton The public is cordially Invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rov J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 1146 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayer meeting Wednesday night t at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at- tendy JOASTOalADears the ys Signature u vu- 1 J THE GREAT LAFAYETTE COMING Tho Great Lafayette culled the worlds greatest entertainer will bring his magnificent com pany to the Capital Theatre for one performance Monday Janu airy 0 and splendid business will undoubtedly crown Manager Mc Niunaras commendable enterprise in securing this fashionable com bination for the patrons of this popular play house One is at a toItic attraction which as in past seasons is headed by tho great and only Lafayette a man of mystery who well lots earned hisIemperor like cognomen find safe to say that ho is the most versatile performer known His energy in securing now and novel material with which to startle and amuse his audience is equalled by no other in the world of amuse meat His famous travesty on the eminent celestial Ching Ling Foo is still retained in his repertoire but so many novelties and startling situations have been added to it that it is almost unfair to designate it as a travesty for it is practically an original and stupendous work of wonder LnfnyetteIstanding this marvelous and mys terious art- APPOINTED CIRCUIT JUDGE County Judge Robt L Stout of Wood ford county was ap pointed Circuit Judge on yestor day to succeed Judge J E Can trill resigned This came in the nature of a surprise from the fact that it was generally understood that Judgo J H Polsgrove of this county would be appointed Judge Stout is a fine vigorous young lawyer well qualified for the place He will take his seat at the January term of the Franklin Circuit Court which will comi menco on Monday C7A nextIBoars theTheSignature 11-01 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS IDoWitts is tho only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes JLTucker of Centre AlnHI have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can recommend it to be the host salvo on the market Every family should keep it as it is an inval uable household remedy told should always bo kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Sam uel Gage of North Bush N Y says I hndn fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved fortover two years was persuaded to try DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve which hits completely cured mo It is a wonderful re liof Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cures without leaving a scar Sold by J W Gayle ri i itltJ 1I JJt A VALUABLE BOOK Arrangements have been made for 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and 50c Handkerchiefs 2c each and up All Linen Fine Narrow Hems package of 6 for 100 3 Irish Linen Napkins and Table Cloths Towels etc F J IIEENEYi IsalePike 5 miles from Frankfort 7 Room House Barn and all outbuildings Apply to Mrs A M Forsee R F D No1 Deo UH- PLACI + + YOUR ORDER STANDARD BRED NOW FonIBARRED PLYMOUTH ANt ROCKSI SLEGHORNOur stook ill from tho yreaterit strains in EGGS 15 AmericnI YIIFrankfort Ky Old Phone No W- 8lljOm = rIllinois Central Seventh 6 River Louisville No Ite Memphis N O Ltd Nt101 Leaves 010 m Arrives a in New Orleans Special No 10- 2Leaves 1201 pin 585 p nt No Local Malt No Lea les TM a m Arrives p in For Fulton Paducuti nUll intormodiate points Connection to null from Elizabeth town Hodgollvillu nUll Hopklnsville except no Sunday service to Elixabethtown Hodgen villa Stops at till stations Xo Accommodation No Loaves 40 p m Arrives a m For Central Clt Connictint service to HodReuvillo and Hlizabuthtown except on Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily tW j 1j J 4 SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKEHS S TO THE WEST ANTI IlUn SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fu tune not tho Henderson Route Habit It is the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling ia always a good habit to acquire At least give us tho opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment the train service the free chair car and tile rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass AtH- ENDEUSON HOUTE- LOUISVILLE KY CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought BoarsthoA USignature of s1t I v l i J I At THE HOLY CITY A Play Endorsed by the Clergy of the World to be Seen at Capital Theatre Tuesday December 27 Seats Are Now on Sale at Bar- l retts Jiook Store on Main Street The Holy City presented at f the Athenaeum yesterday after I noon and evening had the dis tinction of playing to the largest matinee ever given in this house Such is show n by the box office To criticise such a play is uo little task No other production comes as near to the Passion Play- as this There is no actual Christ on the program yet the crucified Jesus is a living one Upon no subject has there been iuch a ban placed when it comes to representing it in real life as on the tragedy of the world By many it is regarded as en croaching on the realms of the t snored and divine and here in deed is holy ground This piece written and produced by Bennett the author of the Slave comes as near to 1Rovnl line as one would dare yet there is really nothing sacreligious unless it is to applaud such sentences 3as go thy way and sin no more and similar passages of holywrit The story circulates and relates entirely to the period of John the Baptist and the Christ Sa lome and her daughter Herodias are the chief female characters with that of Mary mother of John Hero we see the tragedy of wicked Herod giving away to womencfu Baptist beheaded and his head is brought in on a charger true to sacred writ- Following7Z close upon this in a portraiture of tho times in yhich takes place events which standout from all other historic events Mary Magdalene and her judges andwouldbe executioners bj stoning are faithfully carried out trhe sentiments of tire Jewish and GiUlilean peoplevnreJioard and seen the vacillating Pilate and + the austere Censor are well pore trayed all of which creates the presentaare true to lifcv Scenes are nu merous and follow each other lwithout any tiresome waiting It is a new production and has capable people presenting it The costumes are true to the r period of the story As hinted already those who are really fus tidious in their choice or taste with regard to the sanctity of the Istory in the four gospels may possibly take some exceptions to parts of the play yet there is 4 everything in the attitude of the mindon these matters There are some must exciting sentiments I expressed by the leading charac book of the play has Inumerous quotations from the gospelst we say in a certain spirit it tends to impress one with the beauty and awfulness of h a tragedy such as is contained in no literature outside of the Bible and we believe that the author has sought to how along the line which is a most delicate task and he hasdonetvellFrom the Jack son Miss Daily Citizen of September 0 10- 04DeWltts ffi 9 Salvo For Pilot Burn 8orott HERE IT IS AGAIN Some time since Mr Claude Hazelrigg brought suit against the city for 1000 damages re sulting from his being thrown out of a surrey on Main street South Side by reason of running over a pile of gravel leftsiu the drive way by city employes at night Now Judge E C ORear has filed suit for 400 damages for the destruction of the surrey in which Mr Hazelrigg was riding and the ruining of his fine carriage horse It dont pay to have careless employes EVER WATCHFUL A ManyFrankfort Trouble Watch the 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and December numbers of lU04four teen months for 100 or the price of twelve Address McOLURES 4859 Ettat 28d Street Now York City Write for agents terms W t STAMPING GROUND r Banker Richard C Head and family visited his parents Mr Joel S Head and wife at Burgin this week t Mr John Hill and Miss Hill of Cincinnati visited Rev i G W Hill this week i I Married Dec 22 at the resi dence of the brides father Mr T J West rind Miss Ida May Humphreys were married by Rev Idlry G W Hill We wish the young people all the joy they are en r titled to IIMr Geo E Wilkerson hits a s Mrs Alice Dickerson and Mr J L Wilkerson of Wal nut Hills Cincinnati A large audience was present a the Christmas tree given to tIi e children of the Baptist Sunday school on Friday night It was a decided success fTheblessed and bountiful rain has at last filled the springs wells and branches so that no longer is there a scarcity of water fo man and beas- tMarriedDecember 20nt th Baptist Parsonage Dr W G List of Cincinnati and Mis Martha White only daughter u Oapt G W White were married by Rev G W Hill The Kapp couple left immediately after th ceremony for Cincinnati The now banking company has purchased the Stone block from Mr f L Trundle for 1800 and will have their vault and other beginbusiness Mr J W Palmer the stock uphishas shipped over 100000 worth of stock in the last two years He has been a great help to our farmers UNO SINGULAR INCIDENT History is replete with numer ous and sometimes strange coin cidences but few more peculiar or pathetic than one in Lexington Monday last f Seven years ago Colonel W R Mil ward who was an oflicer in the Federal army during the Civil throughtheaddressed to Thomas Horgan con SeventysecondOhio Unfamiliar to Colonel Milward arid after considerable unfruitful investigation CO IJ1I 11g him he placed the package in a drawer in his desk hud remained i MondayTwo Horrjnn an inmate of the National Mili tary Home at Dayton 0 obtained a leave of absence until January 1105 und came to this tcounty to spend his vacation with s While in this county the old soldier died and Colonel Milward was called upon to arrange for the funeral As so Jl as he heard the name of the deceased Thomas Horgan his mind went hack to the package he had Opeuingered with dust Inside the paper wrapping he discovered a medal and pendent of the Grand Army of the Republic made of metal taken from guns that had keen captured during the war ant em blazoned with the national colors Colonel IIi wn1d was impressed with the souvenir und th- coincidence of the names that li mode an investigation and became convinced that the deceased wast the person for whom tho souvenir was originally intended Colonel 80u1r COMFORTING WORDS Many a Frankfort Household Will Find Thom So 9foa 1e1oo en tirely free from annoying dan gerous urinary disorders is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell how this great change cars he brought about will prove comforting words to hun dreds of Frankfort readers HighStsmith says The dragging down pains in the small of my back were terrible At night I suffered most I fairly dreaded often to go to bed for the aching after I ordinaryeupon myhuckturn to either sidi sharp twinges mybnckawake for hours suffering torturer arising in the morning more tired than when I retired A weakness secretionse wasfprocured a box atTW GnyleA iluyeme g1l1dunlhlefsened stopped and good sound re freshing sleep followed The difficulty with the kidneys was also greatly relieved As a result my health was considerable better than it had been for months be 1fore I commenced the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co agentsfor nnmeDofinsInnd distressingfrequency bruises stings sprains Dr Thomas Eclecric Oil relieves the pain instantly Never safe with out it RESIGNED Judge Jas E Oantrill circuit judge of this district has resigned the resignation to take effect today December 31 It is said that the appointment of his 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