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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Ii GEO A LKWJS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NE1VS111ais SI 00 In Advnnce IVOL XXYIII n FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 1t I90b NO11 I fV BARGAINS AT McGLUI EMS 1 HDonI Worry ABOUT l What to Buy makingiIt is a perplexing question with all of us ns to what to buy for a Christmas remembrance hard to think what this friend would like or that one visit to McClures will probably htlp you to problemWhetherthe goods and the variety of things lIreJthink you will be equally as enthusias tic about the beauty of the display as wo are and we want every person in Frnnkfort whether you want to buy or not to visit our store within the next few daysEarly select ions afford the greatest choice We will keep for you anything you may buy now and deliver it anywhere in town you may wish at any time between now and Christmas d- ayRKMcClure 6 Son 212214 ST CIAIR STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY China Jt Keu Departure We were so fortunate as to buy the entire sample line of a laige importer of decorative Calm at a price far below usual We will offer it at from 73 to 14 Cess Zban Regular Prices Or about the usual wholesale price There are tankards vases pitchers chocolate pots sugars and creams plates cups and saucers rose vases and a great variety of smaller pieces Some Kelva ware some German China and a great deal of Japanese China now so popular This is a beautiful display and will interest all lovers of pretty China The pricey will vary from 25e up to about 500 for the handsomer pieces A piece of beautiful China is a most appropriate gift for any lady BASKETSAn display of work baskets is one of the features of our holiday line These come in all sizes from the smallest up to the handsome ones satin and silk lined Prices are very Our usual distinct line of art calendars at all prices from lOc to 150 We know of nothing that any woman will appreciate more than a beautiful calendar FANCY BOX PAPER Our box papers are always a feature at holiday time This year we think both boxes and papers surpass any we have ever seen It would seem that the makers Geo B Huixl C Co have even exceeded their own reputation for artists box paper Prices 50c to 200 Purses and Leather Bogs Our line of leather goods is always the yep resentative one of the city Any lady will lI OCiate a handsome bag any gentleman a fin pocketbook f January Remnant and- Clearance Saled merchandisingiand ends and broken lots of goods that we want to close out at once consequently we have CUT THE PRICE SOas will insure their SPEEDY REMOVAL You will find here Remnants of all kinds such as DRESS GOODS SHEETINGS BLACK AND COLORED SILKS OUTING CLOTH TABLE LINENS FLANNELETTES MADRAS CLOTH PERCALES EMBROIDERIES GINGHAMS LACES CALICOES RIBBONS Etc Also big reductions on OUTINGS and FLAN NELETTE UNDERWEAR COMFORTS and BLANKETS t in Our Readytowear Department Wo are simply gutting prices onethird to onehalf and in some instances less than half of regular prices t LADIES SUITS AT LESS THAN COST LADIES COATS AT LESS THAN COST GREAT REDUCTION ON SKIRTS FURS SHIRT WAISTS CHILDRENS CLOAKS WRAPPERS DRESSING SACQUES ETC THISSALE BEGINS MONDAYJAN9 Come early und got choice of the good things we tire otleriligI C KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge I F n j dffl t4ft rc SLIPPERS Mens leather and felt everettes and romeos 1Ip1101SBIBLES AND BOOKS Christmusritepossible Our line of books is larger than juvenilestoyGAMES The boys and irirls like these Crokinole for FlinchPit50e editions MEDALLIONS prominentto 750 SILK UMBRELLAS Ladies and gentlemens sizes either in wood beautifulhandles 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 V now for the Men DRESS SUIT CASES- A magnificent line of these For instance withlinen ofegenuine alligator case REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assign mentsof interim revenue gangers storekeepers landstorekeelier gaugers for the month of Janu ary as matte by Collector Roberts No lVm Tarr Co Lexing1 tonJno Tf Gunn dnyFr E Oldlmm additional J M Walk er additional and bottling John W Jewett night A G Leonard ganger No 2 Kentucky River Distil elnyvCraig additional P D Clark ganger No3The H E Pogue Distillery Co tysvilleH G Holiday day Oscar Grigsby midi tional and hottling r U Dagley gangerNo dayASpiors additional B S Drake hottJingHNo 5 James E Pepper it Co duyJF Croghan additional T hMcConnell additional and lot thing A B Piper night D C Berryman ganger T II Shelby ganger No tiPoyntz Bros Co Mays storekeeperNo wILyJ P stagers day J A DHiHthottgnugorIiKiserton V W Cherry day CI h Hough additional D C Berryman nugPlINo 11S t F Owen tiny I1 West lItionnland bottling C N Wiard ganger No 1JU G White Co Paris DIShygauger oPAc t1tf TIES whohasWide fourinhands and putts are the uedomfmuting shapes The colorings this fall usually rich and warm with browns and burnt ranges much in evidence Iveiser Barathea tics at 10- 0Mufflers and Full Dress Protectors These are always acceptable always useful We have a most equisite range of patterns beginning at SI 00 and running on up to 300 x COLORED SHIRTS f coloredlaundriedthe 8150 ones for 100 KID GLOVES Are excellent presents Our 100 loves are above the ordinary Both dressed and FiskClarkgauntlets at 350 and 500 HANDKERCHIEFS Initialhandkerchiefschiefs at from 25c up A magnificent assortment to select from FANCY 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 prepared 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 of these It is bound to be an appreciated gift In our sample china line is a patterns SPECIAL GAMES Look at ChuckaLuck and Battle Game a game that will please any boy and Trix the new card game No I70Iel McBrayer Distil ling Co Mt SterlingJ J Kearns day J 0 Kash additional and bottling F M Cisco nightJNo 2JJ H Rogers Mays storekeeperIganger Noall Babbitt Ver sailles C H Titlhottclay J T Berry nddi and bottling Frank gnugerI C H George P McCann additional George V SteIdayDbottling Amos GrSHith additional D K Reid night Jas E gaugerNoPepper it Co Yarnallton A V Combs store keeperganger No 4SX T Boggs Blaine C L Oshorn storekeeperganger No 50V J Frazier Ver storesNL 52rnhrot it Graham dayRl PinkertoniGeorge 1I jScearco day J G Barnett adds L L Lmnaster bottling IC H Wiokliflo additional It Diggs night W P Bacon guugerNoJ M Brown storekeeper ganger No iiParis Distilling Co PnlitiJ M Russell day C T Throokmorton additional K Price additional W B JI nightDgangerNo r M Sallell Frankfort H S Sinclair day lI t J W Block additional and bot gangerNo Son Limestone E W Lane store keepergnuger 15lnkemorejFllrmcInle storekeeperganger TrundleStumping storekeeperganger CoFrnnkfortESmoot additional Henry Newyson additional M G Carey additional D Harp bottling J 1Steele t gangerNo Co dayCWithrow hottling John Stephan ski gnu el IsonvilleRollager No 810 Fulton it Co Culver J C Hoi brook storekeepergan gel ViiIjamsBlaine1 er gaugerP111110 Warehouse 1VarehouseCustorekeeperganger Letoher Lus by storekeeperganger General StorekeeperGanger tIRectifiers Stoll it Co Jas E Pepper Co H S Strider it Son and W 1 Smith Co Lexington H S gaugorr Frankfort John Stephanski ganger The H E Paynn Distillery Co Maysville L M Gaflin ganger growintoend in consumption and death DrVoods PERSONAL Mr C F Thornton of Owen county was hero Wednesday r Maj W E Bradley and wife visited in Louisville this week Mr Geo L Barnes visited his family here during tho holidays IJoxing1lj IRtJv M K Adams visited rela in Mason county this week Congressman Ollie James was in I ithe city Tuesday and Wednesday Rev E F Wright of Now Lib ert was in the city on Saturday tMr Gen B Salendar and wife visited relatives in Louisville Sun l1 davusonRICountyMr Farmer left Monday for Danville to attend Central Uni r versity Mr Edgar E Hume jr has gone to Danville to attend Central Uni varsity I Col E H Taylor Jr has returned from a business trip to Chicago Ills- Messrs W W and A D Jett of Louisville visited relatives here this wick11 Mrs Thos A Hornsey of George town was the guest of friends hero this week Judge R C Burns of Louisa attended the Court of Appeals on t WednesdayJudge R Burnam And wife left Wednesday for their old home at Fridayfur Richmond atLeitchfleldMr Higdon and wife re turned Saturday night from a visit to Owensboro- Mrs A F Bosohe who has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati has L home Simcox of the Ken IreturlJed Co loft Wednesday Susie and Gazelle Toombs friends in New Albany Ind this week Miss Effle Lewis of Woodlake was the guest of Miss Mary Keith Miles this week Mrs Maggie Merchant of the West Side has returned from a visit ot Cincinnati goneIturned from a visit to Mrs Gus G Coulter at Mayfield Mrs Kenner Taylor and children have returned from a visit to rela tees at Henderson Mr James B West who has been in business at Hamilton Ohio has returned home IMrPaul Waitzel wife and daugh Ittel and Miss Geary have gone to to reside dnughterWvisited here this week f Rev W E Arnold of Versailles was in the city on Monday and made us a pleasant call f Mr W W Howe and wife of Cynthinna were the guests of Mrs H S Keller this week Hon Jno D White of Manches fter was in attendance upon the t Court of Appeals Monday Miss Annie T Cructher who has heHIl visiting relatives at Louis hometwho has- been the guest of relatives in Louis ville has returned homo Judge Jno A Fulton of Bards t town was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday p4f Mrs Georgia Lucas and niece Miss Jennie Penn have returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Jas H Graham who has iif been the guest of relatives in Lou isville has retmned home i Mrs W C Marshall who has been the guest of relatives at La I Grange has returned home f Mr Harry Anderson of Lexing ton was the guest of Mr S D Johnson and wife this woek tt Miss Margaret A Lewis who has been the guest of her mother in Versailles has returned home Mrs Sam D Todd and son have returned Irom a visit to relatives at To Ids Point Shelby county MissGunevioveSamuols who has been homo foi tho holidays has returned to school at Nazareth Mr Jno Wood want and wife of Clifton Forge Va were guests of Mr H C Niool and wife this week Mr John Morris who has been the guest of Ms sister Mrs C W Snirell has returned to his mime Miss Bessie Roberts ot Shelby villo who has boon tho guest of Miss Edith Choato has returned home Mr Paul Collins who has boon at homo for tint holidays returned to Central University at Danville MondayMrs W Cardwell of Harrods burg who has been the guest of DR E ROEMELE fSpecialist on Diseases of Children and ritildeiujo ut ova WEITZEL 6 litIJ84 Nw 13 6 rauk iI JI t JkJj f t Mrs J Morgan Chinn has returned home Miss Margaret Beading is visiting relatives in Shelby county Col A J Perkins of Marion madeIus a Mrs R W Rottomly and children who have been visiting rela tives in Louisville have returned homo Mrs C W Saffell and her brother claysinofrelativesMiss Brewer of Louisville who has been the guest of Misses Maine and Pattie Tiomas has returned home 2 Mr Bobt S Crowe of Shelby villa who was the guest of his brother Row Vm Crowe has returned home Mrs Florence Fletcher and daughter of Georgetown who were guests of relatives hero have returned home Mrs Tillie Hieatt of Shelby county who has been the guest of MarkshuryhasMr Geo C Shaw has moved into the residence which ho pur chased from Mrs Mary Hensley on Ann street Mr George Watson of Central University Danville who has been gonebuokMrs Turner and Mrs Cook of Paris and Mrs Foxworthy of Mt Carmel were guests of Mrs C E Booe this week Mrs French Tipton of Rich mond who has been tho guest of her brother Mr Jno H Stuart has returned home Mrs E G Clark of Vanoeburg who has been visiting her son Mr countyhasMisses Annie Myrtle Carrie and Ruth Greenwell of Shelby county were guests of Mr N B Smith and wife this week daughterCyutblnnahaveMiss Eleanor Marks of Science Hill Acadomy Shelbyville who was the guest of Miss Helen ORoar has roturned to school Mrs Flanagan Mrs Until Hall and sons Whitfleld and James and gonetoMr R B1 Colvin wife and visitingtheirand wife Shelby street Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville who has been the guest of his parents Mr J L Rodman and wife has returned home ChiolgoIllsparents Mr Jos L Bohannan and wife has returned home Mr W P Williams and wife nee Cordelia Bull of Irvine were guests of her parents Mr S C Bull and wife this week Mr Alex T Lewis of State College Lexington spent Sunday and Monday here the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis Miss Mamie McEwing of Beech mont Louisville who has been the guest of her sister Miss Ada Mc Ewing has returned home Mrs J R Savage and daughter Miss Lucile of Winchester who have been guests of Mrs W B George have returned home Miss Nellie May Williams and Miss McMillan of Kansas City Mo were guests of Miss Genevieve OHara have returned home Mr1 C Hubbard of the Frak fort Chair Co who has been spend ing the holidays with his family left Tuesday for Birmingham Ala Miss Madge Tyler of Campbell Hagerman College Lexington who has been the guest of Mrs W H Kidd has returned to Lexington Miss Maria Trabue of Louisville who has boon the Burst of her grandmother Mrs M A Murphy for the holidays has returned home Mrs Time M Page and daughter Miss Katie of Illinois who have been guests of Misses Mary and Margaret Page have leturned homeMiss Lilian Lindsey of Pason gouln Miss who hue been the guest of her parents Mr J B Lindsay and wife has returned home Mrs R M Bergman and son West of Irvine who hue been Guests of her parents Cupt 1 T West anil wife have returned home Miss Minnie Burgess and sister Miss Eta Burgess of Pound Gap Va who were guests of Mr Jos H Cox cud wife returned homo Sunday night Mrs Sallie Groenow who is matron at Ashland Seminary Versailles and who has boon visiting her mother Mrs Virginia Duvall has returned to Versailles Miss Natalie Martin Miss Gladys Rodman Miss Taoque Ellwanger and Miss Virginia Grnenow re turned to school at Ashland Summary Versailles on Wednesday- Mr V H Richardson and wife of Louisville and Mr N F Richard son of Nashville Tonn spent Xmas with their mother Mrs N F Richardson who bus boon very sickMiss Helen 0tRpnywho is at tending Science Hill Academy 1 l O I ask your grocer for LEADER TOUR ONotthe cheapest in first I cost hut saves you moneyu the long rtl1 No spoiled bread to throw nwny Satisfaction three times per day For sale by the best groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger mid C W SaiVell thehulidnE C ORoar and wife has returnedto school Mr John P Hnnley and wife re ceived the os of the Ken tuck Distilleries Warehouse Co onMondlfroshments were served Mr Hubert Vreelniul and Mr J IJ1JDeJutWnshinAtonCltestry Congress which met there this week ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of adver endingSnturduBotkins Mrs James Cates Geo H Cherry Miss Willie Costello Miss Joe Damming Chas E Douglas Mrs Martha L 2 Duncan Miss Letitia Dunn Brady Eddie Master Hall Crit Hall Melvin Hines Frank H H Johnson A H Johnson Mrs Annie Johnson Mrs Kate Jones Mrs Eleanor M Jones Miss Mary CollegeLewis Lynch James Muher P 2 Malley Wm M LucyNayNewby Frank S Newman Thomas F Page Hypophosphite Co Peffer Lewis Rodir Dan Riddle Miss Lena B Rudd Johnson Smith 11 I Stern Adam- Sweetman Miss Anna Tillman John Tracy Susan Washin G M When calling for these letters please say advertisedE E P M RETIRES AFTER EIGHT YEARS OF HONORABLE SERVICE On Monday last Chief Justice Anthony Rollins Burnam retired from the position which he had filled with so much honor and ability for the past eight years Judge Burnam had a fine repu tation as a lawyer before he as cended the bench and his whole course since then had added bril liancy to that reputation He hits imIpartinland justice as he always strove to dOrto the best of his ability He has more than met the expectations of his friends He has won an enduring place in the hearts of his colleagues as was evidenced when he retired by the deop emotion which shook Judge Hobsun whet he attempted presentaItionwhich had been arranged for Judge Burnam can well afford to retire on the laurels won and resume his practice at the bar with a wider range and broader views We hid him farewell from our city with sincere regret He returns this week to iris old home at Richmond A SURPRISE PARTY maybeliver by taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and dis comfort viz Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are a most wonder ful remedy affording sure relief and euro for headache dizziness und constipation 25o at all drug stores WOMANS CLUB MEETINGS The directory of the Womans Club will meet this Saturday afternoon at 8 oclock in the Club Room Washington street There will also be an open meet ing of the Club held at the sumo place on Monday afternoon at 8 oclock oecaIA i- l t T 1 fr ir The confident feeling that your dinner tableI is perfectly correct in its appointments can realized if you have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate 1 Mrs Rorers illustrated book U How to Set the Table is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT MARRIED JefjfersClempson Bailey of Jefferson Oklahoma and Mrs Mary Black of Bngdad were married by Rev T F Taliaferro Mr Bailey was a former citizen lof this county and a prominent Mason of the Baileys Mill pre cinct DEATHS ALLENIn Huston Texas Mrs Bertha Watson Allen wife of Mr Simms Allen formely of old Ker tucky Military Institute NO MORE STOMACH TROUBLES All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomach per fect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs aid The food builds up the body the rest restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dye pepsia Cure JD Erskine of IsufleredlHeartburn has hud the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health Iam glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by J W Gayle BENT HER DOUBLE- weeksfkidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa althoughThadcould get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters which restored myhealthund strength and now I clot walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at all drugstores price IjOc SPECIAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE proclamationseen that tho Legislature has been called to meet in extraordinary session to consider the propriety of changing the location for tho erection of tho now Capitol build ing What will be the outcome will be awaited with considerable anxiety by every one interested in this matter Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eroptUu r l IljK VI111JfiW IBUYS NICE HOME 1MIhad considerable improvements put upon it and has moved his family into it IacorneaLandfamousdyspepticaoK hItselfdlgestlvoor Kodolsupplies the natural luUujX Juices of digestion and does the work of the 11stomach relaxing the 1Mnervous tension while lwfflvl the inflamed muscles and membranes that lllBVorgan are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence I llMpalpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom N v Rig ach and digestive organs pm Kodol DyspepsiaC Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only 100 Size holding 2H times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by E C DeWITT 4 For saie by J W Gayle druggist t ESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE AREHAPfYTISM LIVER AND bNEIE DISEASE USING 1 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 what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you helpitCAYLES Drug ore iJt ME xrS F ARMERI i THE RED STHR REDUCTION SMLE f r Do not miss a word of this advertisement It tells of some of the greatest economy opportunities that ever came your way Red Star Reduction Sale of Underwear If yonr undergarment nre petting a bit threadbare allowing the chill winds of winter to send shivery np your backbone yon will greatly appreci ate the RId Star Reduction Specials in warm undergarments that we offer this week All 26c Vc t and Pants 1flc fiOc Union Suit 89c One lot of Union Suits iic broken sizes quality Children Underwear Boys Underwear 25n Garments Ulc 25c Garments 19c fine Garments 89c fiflc Garments 89o BED CLOTHING There will he n hnatjpf smart savings possible at this counter during the Big Sale since fife CHWG stock has been mirked at closing prices in order that it may be gone Ifjfore stock taking time 150 Laminntcd Comfortp 119 5 Wool Blankets 375 250 Laminated Comforts 199 4 all Wool Blankets 30 ffiOO all Wool Blankets 150 W I OF THE GOV of As of the wealth of and exercis t J C W do the General of the to convene in session in the city of on the 12th day of January 1905 It is to all who are ac with the that the site is inad equate and as a place the time of 1 of the new and also the and risk of the and ofall records and of the deem it and wise that the General Assem bly should be called in session and I desig nate for its sole when it shall meet on the afore said date as to ot General at its session in 1904 shall be erected upon the site or upon some other site within or to the city of Frank fort and in the event the General should deem it best that some other site should be selected then to make such pro visions as may be to secure it In whereof I have set my hand and caused rlJ Red Star Reduction Sale of Dress Goods The low price level is touched here too nnd the fnct thnt the qualities nre high nnd the pntterns the very thnt have come from the looms you may choose at the following saving 1 lot Venitinn 29c worth oOc Voile 8Jo lot of Mixtures nnd Plaids 39c worth 50c to 60c- Sl Broadcloths 79o 150 Scotch Mixed Suiting 1 85c Black GnoJp 59c 150 Canvas Cloth SI Evccre Star means a reduced price Reduction Cloaksa readytowear 69saoo 1 I WAIT eCLURE I WAIT I Wait For The Big Sale One Day Next Week l LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES IiWe have purchased at about 70 per cent wholesale prices three makes of high grade shoes and two makes of mens fine clothingHackett Carhart Co and Collard Sons These goods will be ready one day next week This sale will the biggest ever known in Frankfort both in MAGNITUDE i- 1l of VARIETIES and EXTRA LOWNESS of PRICES You know what aiMcClure sale means This one will eclipse all others we have ever held in value and assortment the big purchasing power of the store could render such a sale possible ArGREATEST STOCK EVER SHOWN IN FRANKFORT GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED IN FRANKFORT ALL NEW THIS SEA SONS GOODS ALL SIZES IN EVERYTHING OFFERED 1 Wait For The Biggest Sale Frankfort Has Ever Known 1 IWAIT R K MCCLURE di SONWAFT ItPROCLAMATION ERNOR- Commonwealth Kentucky Department Governor Common Kentucky bynI Beckham herehy 41call Assembly Commonwealth Kentucky extraordinary Thursday apparent quainted situation present Capitol unsuited andrquartersforGovernment during construction building cost removal preservation archives StateI therefore expedient together extraordinary consideration question newCapitolbuildilJl the Assembly regular present Capitol contiguous Assembly necessary testimony hereunto notwithstanding latest the great seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed Done at this 4th day of 1905 and in the 118th year of Commonwealth J C W BECKHAM By the Governor H V McCHESNEY Secretary of StateI CHANGE OF CARRIERS ON SOUTH SIDE A new carrier has charge of the Roundabout route on the South Side this morning We hope he may leave all the papeyi at the right places but if he should not we request that our subscribers will be patient and notify us of any failures so that we may furnish them with the papers US2 Early Risers A fiasuswUs plus s Red Star Sale of Suits and stylesthatwill all be greatly lowered for the Red Star Reduction Sale OOS25003500 Suite 1855 lfiOO Cloaks 350 WAISTS AND The Red Star price cutting man has swung his knife on these two lines aswell making grand saving chances for frugal women who need fine and sty hsh Waists and Skirts 500 Fish Clark JcFlngg Waist 350 600 Skirts 439 t I be J I Executive Frankfort the the Frankfort January the SKIRTS IWATCH LOST A small black metal watch was lost somewhere in Frankfort Return to Miss Carrie Brock and be rewarded It has a pin attached to it KEPT OPEN HOUSE The Kentucky Journal Co kept open house in their new and comfortable office on Ann street on Monday afternoon from 8 to 6 oclock Those who attended had a good time generally TOOK HIS SEAT ON CIRCUIT COURT BENCH Judge Robt L Stout the newly appointed Circuit Judge for this came here on Monday enIteredthe grand jury andcommenced the call of the docket 1tt t iYi ji t i THE DIAMOND CURE isthatmond cure for consumption Ifyou fear consumption or pneu monia it will however be best remedymentioned Vanleer Tenn I had a cough Nothinghelped ConsumptionCoughs permanent LungTroubles lTriali CurtForo1ORZ iXtk KM Hm BHiM C iIfoJI1yl1B n = t TtieFtanKMtfloimflaDout timcnM at tluMXMtolllctf at Frankfort Ken utjuy assicumlilass niailablo mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 7 195 DEATH OF JUDGE JOHN C COOPEtt One by one the members of that able anti representative body tho Legislature of 18112 are crossing the great divide and entering upon their eternal rest The lust to depart was Hon John 0 Cooper of Anchorage but formerly Repre sentative in the Legislature for several terms from the county of l Lincoln luring the troublous 1Sti0i5j an able and up l right lawyer and Christian gentle lllallIWe have known him ever since he first came to the Legislature and esteemed him for is integrity find purity of life and character Judge Cooper was 74 years of age and hud been seriously ill for some time He leaves a wife and three daughters Mrs Lucy C Wins low of Harriman Penn Miss Emma and Miss Frances Cooper- to mourn the loss of an indulgent and affectionate husband and fatherThe State of Kentucky can ill afford to lose men of Judge Coop ars stamp He was a devout member of tho Methodist Church We tender our sincerest sympa thy to the afflicted family r PORT ARTHUR SURRENDERS KOn Sunday night January 1st Port Arthur surrendered to the victorious Japanese army under Gen Nogi after one of the most bitterly contested and most bril liant and stubborn fought cam paigns of modern warfare StoesseltInpmisHeJ Soil Impoverished soil like impov erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyz ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products lIf your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give r it the rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food 4 and fat is the element lacking Lin your system There is no fat food that is- SO easily digested and assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from anycause either in children or adults We will send you a sample free Be Hiiro that this pie tore in the form of a label irt on tltt wrapper of every bottle of Emu Hiou you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St New York GOt find 100 All Drugjfwts Badly Shattered Nerves Iand WeaK Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwnysleadsially where the tients heart is weak front hereditary or other causes Dr Miles 1h art Cure is not only a great heart regulator hut it is a blood tonic which speedily corrects and regulates the hearts action enriches the Mood and improves the circulation It wil built you up just as it did Mr Crawford winso letter follows and greatly improve your general health I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had dilficulty in sleepingrn spellsandcould cat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless and nervius that I slept little nightor day Now Iam never bothered with heart my nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds Inm happy moneyIwhile was iIlT R CRAWFORD Center Texas All druggists sell and guarantee first hot lie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind by his defense has proved that he is one of the ablest and most brilliant officers in the Russian armyHe was awarded all the honors that were possible to a brave but defeated soldier Reports from that stricken fortress show that it has been n perfect hell during the fierce attacks made upon it by the gallant little Japanese It is thought by many that this is the beginning of the end 1wo million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bit ters cures At any drug store A GOOD APPOINTMENT We are glad to announce that Mr Ins T Wilhoit one of the cleverest gentlemen in Woodtord county has been appointed Coun ty Judge to fill the vacancy caused by the appointment of Judge II L Stout as Circuit Judge Mr Vilhcit has served as Deputy Sheriff and as Sheriff and made a splendid officer We greet you Judge Wilhoit HANDSOME ENTERTAINMENT Mr John P Hanley and wife handsomely entertained the em ployes of the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Co at their cozy home on Shelby street on Monday afternoon from 8 to 0 oclockIThe house was prettily decorated und the refreshments dainty and appetizing CIRCUIT COURT JURIES The following gentlemen were empannelled and sworn as the grand jurors for this term of the circuit court by Judge It L Stout on Monday WI Reading foreman Arch Moore Franklin Mcore James Cole Coleman Carr Morton Railey Win Jackson Jell Peters Jolla S Wilson Arnett Watkins Tom Moore and Win Armstrong On Tuesday morning the fol lowing gentlemen were sworn as the petit jurors for the term Jury No Charles Aiken W T Garrett Burl Quire Nathan Moore G C Herndon B B Witt Josiah Penn J D Farmer Joe Noonan B F Morrison 0 B Allison Riley Smith Jury No 2M B Lucas Win Jones T F Yount H G Davis P C Sower Albert Hockensmith Thus S Leitch W G Florian Huston Wood Dudley Baker Joiin Parker Monroe Shields JiI dew FIRE ALARMS DURING 1904 lime following is time report of the Chief of the Fire Department for the year ending December ItllM onthsIJanuary 12 alarms February 7 alarms March 2 alarms April 4 alarms May o alarms June 2 alarms July alnl- lI1o1August4 aalrms Septemberalarms October 4 alarms November 7 alarms December 0 alarms Jnt1 Total fetal alarms First Ward Box 12 8 alarms Box 188 alarms Box 14 alarm Box 15i alarms Box 10 2 alarms Box 174 alarms Box IS 8 alarms Box 108 alarms Box 13i alarms Still 3 alarms Total 81 alarms Second Ward Box i14alarms Box 83alarms Box 24 5 alarms Box 258 alarms Box 72alarms Total 17 alarms Third Ward Box 8 alarm Box 82 alarms Box 84 2 alarms Box 35S alarms Box 80 alarm Box 87 0 alarms Total 13 alarms The heaviest losses were at the Episcopal Church and the residence of Mr F V Gray E HOBBS TAYLOR Chief Fire Department TONIC TO THE SYSTEM For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do sot weaken the stomach- Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette I111SOS No use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe arid make me sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief They are simply perfect Persons traveling find Little Early Risers the most re liable remedy to carry with them Sold by J W Gayle HIS FARM ISOID Mr W C Utterback has sold his fine fruit and dairy farm lying on the Louisville pike three miles from the city to Mr YoS Jeffries of Lewis county for 0000 cash Mr Jeffries will run a dairy deIternhope he will remain in this coun ty He is a good citizen- Terrible plagues those itchingI pestering diseases of Put an end to misery Roans Ointment cures At tiny drug store- REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts has collected internal revenue tuxes for the month December as follows 2855 bar refs 100085810 tax gallons amount tax 12050088 OaSTOnzABean theTheBigutvt 1l fi Ja I t i JJ Pleasant to take I Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits nnu their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts irritating to the intestines ILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable 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 CW ISJ THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze You- rWindows I have an immense stock of Gl A tSull sizes and ea interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TMETABLE5EFFEClIVE OCT 10 11tIt EASTBOUND WESTBOUND NO2No No1 No y DatleEsA M I A M PMLeave Leave Ar 1Ltxtngton223 745 0 ArI 605 Sll 825 20 Winchester GID 856 919 Clay City w 483 406 923 Stanton 480 435 954 Natural lirldgo 401 449 Torrent ttJ 01I 847 5 i0 BeattyvflloTunetion i0 826 015 10I IJ4Tucklon si tJ2J 2J ITrnlnil No 3 and connect at 0 K Junction with tho O K Hy for Caimc1 City and points on that line Trains No and I connect at BHuttyvillu Junction with tho 1L Si A Uy for Beattyvillo Train Nos and 8 connect with tho O Hy ut L E Junction for dt Sterling local station J B BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager Q p AaOHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO No No 83 No21Daily nIMis Ex Ex DailyEx MIs fA M Lve P M LyeIA M Ar PMAr 0 95I 285 Jackton 880 1120 0 280 O K Junction 8H5 IL26 illl58 Wilhuryt 417 1152 to 1nNo and will make olosu connection at O t K Junction with Nos 3 and for points on the Lexington and NaiternJRallwayM L CONLEY SuperintendentJ AND HIS CELEBRATED DOG See them with tile Great Iayayctto Company at Capital Theatre Monday evening January 9th THE GREAT LAKAVKTTE Tho Man Who Iltis Pleaded Thous and CnpitnTJamwrv t Thosi of our local theatregoers that have vitnj sod thy perform ances of The Oivat Lafayette in the past lace nothing but praise to oiler It his always been an admitted fact that The Great Lafayette show has always given the very best of sat isfaction thereftive we predict erowd d honses for this attraction which is booked to appear at Capital Theatre Mondsiy January 0 1005 It is claimed that this season it will I0 much larger if possible und hotter than ever The show has been changed in its entirety everything heretofore presented has been eliminated An entire new company new scenery cos tuiues and elects In place of the Lions grille Lafa tte has HPltllttlU1I5f4llt extravaganza enllluYinglwomen and children horses wild til animals Iris own band and orchestra of soloists two car loads of special scenery electrical and mechanical effects etc The IUrloand efficient chorus of the many musical numbers will be among thi features A great many will say what about The Great Lafayj ette what will he do He e ver much in evidence assuming1 j the title role in the extravaganza 1 and by special request he will I present his original travesties on the famous band masters H Sousa and Creatore Sent now on sale at Barretts News Depot THE PEARL OF BHUTAN Tliis seemingly odd title has been selected by the Grout Lafay i ette for his new grand scenic spectacular extravaganza which according to tho posters now on the bill hoards around town will be hors soon This attraction t will undoubtedly be one of the leading theatrical sensations of this coming season To ghorw a slight idea of this mammoth production wrhe Pearl of Bhutan to present tho same the Great Lafayette employs 00 pea pIe men women and children a band and orchestra horses ionI and other wild find domestic ani malsit grand chorus marches tableaux and dances introduced r by a largo number of handsome women Tho principal characters Cwa L L in this production are portrayed by a company of actors and ac trusses of undisputed merit Every stitch of scenery properties stage furniture carpets rugs draperies etc nit curried and furnished by the company The Grout Lafayj putnItthis season ho oven promises better We here quote his own words viz I promise this sea son to give your patrons a show so far ahead of any that I have ever presented t hat there will be no chance for comparison TillS will be the great attrac tion at CapitalTheatre Monday January 0 Seats now on sale at Barretts HAPPY HOOLfGAX ntlOupittlJanuary 11 1905 ILippy Hooligan tho great est comedy achievement and writItfU 1Wi1cthumorous caricatures in the Metropolitan comic papers will be presented at the Capital Theatre on Wednesday January 11 This phenomenally popular comedy holds the record tot big business in nearly every impor tant cityof till country A mag nificent ensemble if the very best and highest III1iedccomedians singers dancers sp nml vaudeville arti ts in a ttunlid0bleI- array of nil that is pleasing to the eye and oar and the roaring upI proval of thousands attests its pporItUllitieludicrous scenes and situations display in marches lances and tableaux all tf which have been turned to practical account by tIt art of tho scene painter the skill of the costumer and the genius of the stage director Tho comedy is constructed for the delectation if pleasure stoIlrs oil 1stud not for the class that finds recreation in problem plays nor in hectic emotional dramas Tho preting oust of Happy HooliI gall includes Frank John Price Ruby Raymond Charles Grambiohl Eva Thatcher Charley Saunders and John Pet tough YETTEIIs the next attraction at tin Capital Theatre on Monday Jan 0 His program is by long lId till host ollored at this house this season Lafayette is a host Ill himself His imitations ol iSousi Creatoro and othr famous leaders aro immensely diverting Uhiilo his big featuroThe Pearl Blnitan is a sensation that might puck a theatre with curiou Mid expectant crowds without lit hI rails The Lafayette shod will no doubt establish u record breaking business during hinil gagement here and as u special feature he hits engaged thn beauti fill Spinieh danseuse Trlwdd- Odf Jpnnd illn who wiuppelll assisted by her company of Span ill Troubadors NARROW ESCAPE While Mr Joiin L Zeigler local representative of the Amer ican Touacco Company and Mr W J Graves of Louisville ever pikeIIWUlcame frightened und ran away overturning the buggy Mr Graves was thrown on Ili wnmchIMr Ziegler was cut about the 1und face and his shoulder badly bruised Dr C A Fish attended to the injuries of the gentlemen- It wits a narrow escape for both of them SPEEDY RELIEF IA salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel suchjspeedy It draws out in flammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by J W Gayle- APPOINTED LAW CLERK Mr Oscar Wolfe of this city has been appointed law clerk and stenographer by Appellate Judge Jas E Cantrill Mr Wolfe has been a student in the oflice Judge T L Edelin and is ofI qualified for the position which pays 100 per month We congratulate our young friend on his good luck COUGHS AND COLDS All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute phlegmdrnwsand soothes the affected ports strengthens the lungs wards oft pneumonia Harmless and pleas ant to take Sold by J W Gayle SELLS OUT Mr Atillu Cox Norman has sold his interest in the L C Norman Coal Co of Beattyville to Dr RiehIunisonsideration paid is said to be 10 000 cash If the ills that man is heir to cone from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indigestion impossible CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 9 AND 10QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 find 10 will run gaily ex cept Slr dnyr1hey now ru daily tf Dr Cadys Condition JLowuers are just what a horse needs when in but condition Tonic blood purifier aTJ vermifuge They are not food 11 putiihorsecents per package For sale by J V Gayle and LoComntfl Gayle If genuineLaxativethe remedy that curve a cold la OM dQ lU 111 I brent t 1 awl has been made under his per sonnl supervision since its infancy WUr Allow no one to deceive you in this 4 1All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of IInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic t substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms s anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation theesleepThe GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 5Bearsthe Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years CLT ameer new The years come aile Inluue brings many changes but the oldreliable IJ E M still stands as the leader ofall fine flours Sold only by Grocers c IlgBETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIA IAND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars SleeperfE BACON D P A 4 n Cor 4th and Market Sta LouUrll A Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn 52x10 also good tenement house and all other necessary outbuildings situated 33 miles from Frankfort on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW KINS on the promises bo223m Dr J S CollinsDE- NTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51tf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat m r uw 5ar eid J ti DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Stam3rI at trReturningSundays p Fare to Detroit unlimitedroundtrip Siau Excursion to and return Week Days Si Sunday ITSC To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only aoo meals and berth extra Sptcial Rat to SocletlIClose connections at ers for Buffalo the 510 Duluth etc nearestRailroad0 F rUg WH OOLOEHOJAfJ e Queen and CrescentRoute Shortest Route AN- DUuioRet Schedule BETWEE- NGEORGETOWN l =CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A AI L ANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter CaE GL H- KEIT P A Lexington Kentucky 1i aI J r IMroNhi r GREAT CUT SALE CONTINUED i OOIC Bargain9rMore Goods Added for Your Selection l t Mens and Young Mens Mixed Suits at Half Price The 1000 kind rgg4 66 1200 66 66 6i 1500 66 66 75066 1800 66 90066 2000 66 66 1000 2200 66 66 110066 2500 66 66 1250I3000 66 1500 I 100 Cravanett Rain Coats at a great reduction 50 Childrens fine Overcoats at half price Great reduction on Mens and Boys Overcoats Great reduction on Mens and Young Mens Pants r t FURNISHING GOODS DI3PARTMI3NTpi C 400Onet t i HALF PRICE SHIRT SALE 11V Wi1sola Bros and Monarch Brand i 30 dozen Colored Negligee Shirts worth Sl00 for 50 cents 25 S 150 u 75 cents L 16 Stiff Bosons SlOO 50 cents centsL 11 I SHOE DEPARTflENT All Florsheims Mens 500 and 600 Shoes 350 One lot Mens 300 Shoes 225 All Florsheims all Snows all Dizers 400 Shoes 300 250 200 350 250 200 165 One lot Ladies fine 350 Shoes 250 Boys 350 275 300 225 300 250u 250 200 250 200 200 165 200 4t 165 One lot Misses fine 300 225 Childrens 175 250 200 150 1150 200 165 125 100 150 l 125 100 u 8S jNogoods sent on approval No money refunded Every article in this t cash only All alterations charged for CRUTCIER 8 IMPONil1IIiJ L 338 AND 340 MAIN STREET t i Prosperous New YearJTo all my Patrons i i S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach nt 11 a m and 780 mSundayschool at 945 a m in chapelHome Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and strangers invited to joint Baraca Bible Class at 940 pastorI Union v will meet in the chapel at 080 p mLeader C J Stringfellow Topic Christian Courtesy Prayermeeting Ved n e s day night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats IASOENSION EPISCOPAL A B Chinn rector Sunday January 8 980 Sundayschool 1100 and Ser monIWednesday 780 Evening PrayerFriday Teachers Meeting at 780 Bible study at 750 These services are all open to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev- C R Hudson the pastor will preach at Jl a m and 780 p m Sundaygnhool at 080 a m in chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 045 p in Prayermeeting on Wednesday f evening at 780 oclock in the chapel The Junior Endeavor Society l will meet on Friday afternoon at t 3 chapelEverybody SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 980 a in Young Peoples Society at 080 p1 m u j Prayermeeting W e d n e s d a y eight at 780 p in Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Other Thomas S Major rector j Low Mass at 780 oclock j High Mass at 1000 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN cDlilskoyJ3JUYIWY CnliIpSundaySehool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 045 p in All the young people are invited PrayerMooting Wednesday night at 780 The public is cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rov J 0 A Vaught the pastor will 780ySundayschool 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayer meeti ng Wednesday tight at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to attend NATURE TELLS YOU As Many a Frankfort Reader Knows Too Well When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urine is natures calendar- Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney ills I Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills- Frankfort people testify to this C A Wallace retired farmer living at 581 Holmes street says I have thought that the kidney trouble that I suffered from for hOlwyliftingwhat ordinarily two men would be required to do This straining myself often caused a dullaching and lameness in my back and as time went on it got from bad to worse the aching becoming much more severe until it became so bad at times that I could scarcely get around A difficulty with the kidney secretions set in and they were scalding irregular and annoying especially at night breaking my rest five or six times I used various remedies but got little relief front them I read about Doans Kidney Pills and as they were highly recommended I decided to give them a trial and procured a box atJ W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two boxes I was benefitted in every wav I have every confidence in Doan WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR With the deep hoarse bark grimly culleda graveyard cough It is the cry of the tor turfHI lungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung Balsam a remedy for pul trouble so highly es teemed that it is recommended even in the earlier stages of con sUmption In the later stages mortal skill is unavailing Nobody cnn afford to neglect a cold J O IT TODAY injuNotionNufryou can do today is now trnerally prosontod in this form Do it today That is the torso ad viet wo want to nivo you shout that hacking oough or diinoraliinp cold with which you have been strug gling for several lays perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remolybewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold and its eontimiod use for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough oven if dread consumption has attacked your lungs Uerman Syrup will surely effect a curonR it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 7ie At all drutfigsts lyr Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purlhea the blood Cerate heals akin eruption FORCED TO ST1RVE B F Leekof Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered uppeliptryingwith Bucklons Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and y25cOABT02lABears theTheSignature of KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ISlv Shingles We have just unloaded 150 000 old fashioned Yellow Pop lar Shingles like your grand father used to mak- eHammond Co 151m IN 1905 At the beginning of a iuw year we extend- t all a cordial greeting and that for nIl tho year may be both happy and pros perousThe past year has been a very satisfac tory one for us and wo vjsh to heartily thank alKwho h e in any way contributed to this resultre ap preciato your favors and in 1905 wo shall spare no effort to serve you even better than in the past in order to merit a continuance of your good will The Gayle Bra Stores l SalerJANUARY 9th TO 21st Table Cloths Napkins Towels Banquet Cloth Linen Sheettings Linen Lawns Batten burg Handmade Pieces Tow els Crashes Sideboard Scarfs Robes Nets and Laces at special low prices OTHER ATTRACTIONS To stimulate January sales we will ofler great induce ments in SCOTCH SUITINGS 500 a pattern Also on SILKS COLORED TAFFETA at f9c The ladies of Frankfort know the class of goods we handle General cut on BLANKETS COMFORTS LACE CURTAINS and SKIRTS F J HEENEY neglectedIthousands Syrup cures little coldscures big colds too down to the very verge of COl 8u ionIBUGGY As Mr Pruett Graham was onI his way to his fathers farm on Tuesday when he reached the corner of Main rand St Clair streets the left fore wheel of his buggy foil into a hole by the side of the street car track and was immediately wrenched oil at the hub The horse Mr Garham was driving was held by him until he reached the corner of Lewis street when others came to his assist ague Hud the animal wits detached from the buggy CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con eousualhtiouispoor patient and the rich patient too eau do uuhiicttor at by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Syrup lnoruingisso is a good nights rust and the absence of that weakening cough stud debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can tnkilljGormnlarly Should yoii bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that cuuytunptivesthere and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle froggists t tlJ il u ICASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of G lClc Y Impossible to foresee an acci dent Not impossible to be pre pared for it Dr Thomas Ecleo trio Oil Monarch over pain Dr Wtavor8 Syrup- Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the Mry Desirable small farm for sale Located on Peaks Mill Pike 5 miles from Frank fort 7 Room House Barn and all outbuildings Apply to Mrs A M Forsee- R F D No1Deo li4t PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SI f nlayiDJIThorn Hill AUKLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop 333Ifl 1A I1 4iw11 roSTAlIIPING GROUND It is with a sad heart that we Tosephfihome of his mother Mrs Bond on Friday FrnncosI Mr Bond was 53 years of arc and Svns n widower with three daugh ters Mrs Bessie Kennedy of Pittsburg and Misses Mary and Ella Bond of this place gentlelUaniWas known POI several years he hnd been a hopeless cripple from hislenergy was t at work until nature refused any longer fThefuneral services were con r ducted at the Baptist Church in ithepresence ofu large congrega by Rev G W Hill his pastor and the remains were laid to rest in the church yard Peace to his ashes PMr Win Bond of New Liberty attended the funeral of his cous in Mr Jos W BondIMrs Mattie Mothershead of Fayette county was the guest of her sister Mrs Ida M Bruner this wee- kMarriedhi Frankfort Decem ber 29 Mr Pascal Plummer and Miss Pearl Wright daughter of Mr Joel Wirght Mr Alvin Mothershead and wife of Fayette county were of Mrs T J Banner Sunguests Mr Jno A Bowers and wife of Paris are guests of her parents Mr J L Trundle and wife Mr J B Sprake of State Col holidayshereMr Jno M Sparks of St Louis Mo is the guest of Dr SparksMrs Lucy Smoot and son of Pleasureville are guests of Dr Sparks Mr Joe Kennedy and wife of l Pittsburg were called here by the vrMrs Mattie Hutchinson of byheher brotherinlaw Mr Prank Anderson contractor for the Star Mail Route Co far j mony Owen county has sold his contract to Mr Ben Johnson and r to Lexington to reside Mr Johnson has taken charge of the route UNO 4 THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE i REMEDIES i Indispensable in any family Among these the experience of years assures us should be re 2 corded Painkiller For both in uppHcntionsJespecially can we recommend it for colds rheumatism or fresh wounds and bruises Christian Era Avoid substitutes there is f but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25c and 50c A GEM One of the neatet calendars of byMessrscity to their customers It is a charming representation of two happy little children expressing the freshness and joy of lifes spring tim- eDeWitts BStf Salvo For Piles Burns Soros Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate ftacceisfal treatment for blood and ilcln dltteues A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is the nat- Ural never failing remedy for a lazy liver MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the healthof your children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough iuuteIby J W Gayle Quarterly Report OF THE hrrnersBankFRANKFORT At The Close of Business Dec 81 19O4 RESOURCES Loan mill Discounts 50465068 Overdrnfts sicured 0 Overdrafts unsecured 11249 Due frown Xiitionnl tn405PlDmand Bankers 207012 Due from Trut Com panics 0 fill Bulking House and Lot 16000 0IU 8 Bonds 0 Other Stocks und Bonds 0 Hpede 29i 92ICurrency Ii0t5 10029 BxchniiKe for Clearings 14136 tithe items curried as Cash 0 Furniture and Fixtures 0 Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses Last Quarter u Protests Give description locution value und lonj owned all rentstote except banking house and lot any than five years 0 J117J4KJ = I LIABILITIES Capital Stork paid in in cash 100000 Surplt1 Fund 07 Undivided Profits 0104J Due Depositors as follows viz toaleckest is not paidl toIDeposits u b j e ct check on which est is paid 272149 Demand certificates of deposit 0Timewhich interest is paid 0 Savings Deposits on which inter gDl1eDue State Banks and Bankers 4519 453053DueCashiers Checks Outstandin0 0Unpaid0Capital00TreasurerSUPPLEMENTARY fittest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder mmcnmnany or firm including in the liability linbiJitythereof tllrt or indirectly if such Indebtedness exceeds per cent of capital stock actually paid in amount of NoneHowabove item secured See sec NoneHighestany director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds percent of paidup capital stock of bank See section 583 Ken StatutesHow d1827 excess secured by mort gage on tobacco and live stock and real estate 7350 excess secured by mortgage on real estate live stock and bank stock 14707 U excess secured by mort gage on real estate Does amount of indebtedness of any leryon or firm in eluding in the liability of the or liability of the individual members rl t exi 90 per cent of paidup NoneIfedness None 00WereaUand taxe deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and wiN not less than cent of net profits of the bank for the covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said MCCtlon Yes lia493 State of Kentucky County of I A W Overton Cushier of the Farmers nnddolndulywornpw ts a true statement of the condition of the 31stdayand belief and further says that the business loctlonabove report is made in compliance with an otStntcthe day on which such report shall bo made WOvertonTNO A BUISLAN Notary Public Franklincounty Cononis ion expires A W OVKKTON Cashier DirectorTNOW H POSEY Director ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central K R DIKEOT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central K 11 to Now Orleans stud the weekly Southern Pacilio So S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a leave Saturday 1200 p in arriving at Havttna Monday morn- Ing lioumltrip and oneway through tickers at unusually low rates Frou Illinois Central H R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars ou application OCEAN STEAM 11iPS FROM NEW Oil LEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexco Panama Central and South America Wost Indies and Europe concisely sot forth in a special folder issued by- the Illinois Central R R Soul- for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via tho Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips male in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining cur service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur ExcursioniSun Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and tho Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati eyeryWednesdNEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars buttetlibrarysmoking car service and all meals en route in dining oars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- UULFPORT MISS- The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican f Coast has 250 rooms single or IOu suite with or without bath heat electric light hot and telephoneImorning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Sor vice via Memphis Send for book describing this 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