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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1d ROKPOKT RouNPABoui GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1ERlrs 100 In Atlvnncet Y0L XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 9 I90b NO I 1 f I A MVTHER MURDER f On nday night about 7 oolooK a U iJty aroncv between two colored 11111 named Bud Russell and Llexvoiyn Hen h1np in the salony of S R Hovsc r Son on Clinton snot in which Beauchamp was linl44 sotins that Russell is the co oredbiu tender amiJiad made Benu f champ win WI s drunk leave ijie aloof carlier in the evening Boachamp returned at tho time stated and so Russell claims started to carve up his adversary O with ft big knife Bussell declined to bo his ff Jnnd poizing n billiard cue qjabored Boauchamp over the head felling him to the floor with- madwral gashes on the pealp iieniiohamp was taken to his home Illdi hysloian called but he RwVr covered conRoIousness and hL a short time The pbysi iansayg ho died from concussion at- of brain acesi was arrested and lodged inj3aiTohargedwith murder rEt were no witnesses to the mlrlJ flKRKiiRsell was discharged xntnJTjin oourt t OB CHILDREN OMotht bo careful of the health otyjuv children Look out fo- CouhF r Colds Croup and Whoop tiiiEC ih Stop them in time- dOnsMmute Cough Cure is the be- r and pleasant tl1 no opiates Sold by W4Gnvli t N a BTRLEY TOBACCO RAISERS MEETING v The Burloy tobacco raisers of this county held a meeting at the Court fipuso on Monday last county court day and heard an address frdtpCo1 Archibald Stuart o f aCincinnatidero Taylor of Jetts was fleeted chairman and Mr W W AL pnjmoor of this city Secretary 8CPUOU of3000 was raise ill whiob to forward the aimsof thjTse lighting the Tobacco Trust 1r Weavere Syrup and Veriite ItaltretmenUorb1oo4aa4ek1adlaeMee AYE INJURED ystnr Albert Lane son 0fMr Lane was struck In the oy Mspljnterof wood with which i i a young companion wore iving onMonday and that mem = seriously injured Dr Wm ieaHiam of Louisville and Dr f c Mqman operated upon the i inu the lad Is doing nicely fcridrblood and indigestion are Mlly enemies to good health Jock Blood Bitters destroys THEM AUTO ACCIDENT ftt dripicrgtialougthe pike nea i Tuesday Mr Abe Ed VBO was frightened by an partiesWerturned ifinps badly hurt i TO ASYLUM lunacygut ynd prdered sent too th o Lunatic Asylum at Lex Per f Ct1v YOU EAT fy a prominent mar Chrlesman syas I fjioteat because of a weak I lost nULtrcrijrthanc1 thatYouldrebpvery vanished Heart wonderf cures ellooted liAVailOl JIyHJOJHiU Core I botI7 we 1f am f ully restored to Mr RFOmt ht w I Dyspepsia Cure- rhit you oat and curesT- yr 3ayle i + k I DEMOCRATIC SWEEPSTAKES The entries for the Democratic primary to bo held on Thursday September 21t were closed on Wed nesdaylast with the following en tries Mayor Konner Taylor Dr E E Hume City Judge Jas T Buford Jae S Darnell W C Herndon W L Jett City Marshal Nevil B White Jas S Llllis Frank Robinson City Prosecutor Geo L Davis W R Franklin From now on thhl SYl11 hum Clear the track CIRCUIT COURT NEXT WEEK Next Monday the September term couumjenaclThere disposed of It is understood that Judge Stout will adjourn court Thursday in order to go with the Business Mon C ub on its proposed trip to Cincin nati This will he done at the re quest of the bar many members of which also belong to the Business Mens Club TREATY SIGNED AND CQM MISSION ADJOURNS mThe treaty of peace between Rus eia and Japan was formally signed on Tuesday afternoon and the Con dissolvedtd upon President Roosevelt to pay their parting tribute as did also the Japanese A wonderful record has thus been closed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ITHE MEANING OF JAPAN IN RESENT LIFE OF THE WORLD This was the theme of an able SundayiM B Adams of the First Baptist Church to a very large and appre dative audience Dr Adams gavja a brief outline of the history of Japan which he said was neoesnarily very incomplete because of the tact that Japan was an isolated country until 1853 and tedlttreatyjof thiswrnHorui people sloes that day g timo giving a his tory F mttareat religions of the empji fd showed that the tre- tnendous impulse driving that nation to the front was the Christian religion whose power for good had so permeated the people that Shin confUCianIiS1l1 educationrgovern- ment wherein the people had a voice and in which Christianity was moulding affairs wordst8howe1governed all nations to the acoom plishment of His purposes and when those purposes were accom pUshed and any nation fell awn from that purpose its doom was quickly accomplished He urged his hearers to hold fast to the teaching of Gods and obedience to His commtjnd- stwas a sermon well calculated to do good to all who heard it EXqURSION BOAT LEFT The excursion steamer Warrenn which line been running in the Ken tuqky river from this point to upriver a all summer has gone to the Mississippi river where she will in the futurefun A little life may bo sacrificed to youdontOilTtin hand focthe emergency LATE ATTORNEY GENERAL THOS E MOSS DIES News was r6ceived in this city on Sunday that Mnjor Thos E Moss of Paducah Attorney General of Kentucky under Gov J B Mc Croary had died in time Phillipinep where he had gone in search of health and to visit his daughhrjMnj Moss was a Confederate Army and had won the rank of Major by gallantry inaction He was a genial and up right man His two sisters IMF Thos E Poore and Miss Joe Moss reside here and have the sympathy ofinany friends- NUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS EvrythiiiR is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E discovesome years ago to a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind blued lug itching and protruding Piles nndIhas no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits gentmiueSold t SECOND WARNING In our last weeks paper we called attention to the dangerous crossing in front of the Customhouse Since then thevslab of stone covering the guiterhas sunk still further so the now one side of it stands up nearly a foot above the end pf the cross ingv leaving a apace of several inches below it for a pedestrians foot to slip into when passing in the darkness and a leg probably brokenWhy have it remedied before a citizen in injured and a suit for damages follows We have been informed that there is an open sewer on Fourth avenue into which the drainage from water closets is permitted to flow which is producing trouble as there have been some oases of dlpthorira de veloped and one death We would respectfully call the attention of the Health Officer to this matter H An ounce of proves tion II you know BUYS SPLENDID FARM Mr Nat T Armstrong who lorIfour miles from Georgetown on the Frankfort pike for itl0 per acre He bought 160 acres of the place It is one of tho finest farms in the bluegrass section of Kentucky The dwelling house upon it is one of o most expensive in the State was purchased by tie Moore Bj been1Iyeas Mr Armstrong is a good citizen an upright Christian gentleman and we regret to lose him from our county We commend him and his family to the good people of Scott county as a valuable addition to their citlzpnshipI FOR AUGUST 3 Deputy Collector Grant L Roberta collected internal revenue taxes for August as follows 2 188 barrels 88217 810 tax gallons 9163903 amount of taxes BADLY HURT While attempting to hoard the Pennsylvania train at Jersey City on Saturday last Mrs Egbert Sto struck by a loaded truck and badly hurt The surgeons of atJerseyWashingtPn City While still very much under the weather from her injuries Mrs Stephens is doing fairly well DEATH OF MRS MARTHA WILKERSON At her home near the Forks of Elkhorn on Monday Mrs Martha Wilkerson aged 82 years from the offsets of typhoid fever and the in firmities ofn eIMrs Wilkorson was the daughter- of Rev Jas D Black and wife and was born and reared at the Stamping Ground Scott county She was one of the loveliest and saintliest women who over lived in this county Early in life sho was converted united with the Stamp ing Ground Baptist Church and was baptized by her father When a young girl she was married to Mr Win DL Wilkerson and came to this county to live Sho discharged all the duties of life as daughter sis ter wife and mother with a gentleness and love that won and held nil hearts In the deepest reverence Cheerful and serene amidst the sor rows and cares of lifeshe was a model Christian knowing in whom she had believed and ever ready gentle and kindly to spunk a word of tender warning and entreaty to those out of Christ to make thei peace calling and election sure To the sorrowing she had words of cheer and comfort brought from her own hearts experiences To the weary and worn she could point to the land of rest and joy beyond She was a helpmeet in deed to her beloved husband through many long years of intense pain and suffering and to her chil dren she was all that is covered by that dearest sweetest early name mother Truly the heart of he husband trusted in her and II ho children shall rise up and call he blessed The husband of her youth and maturer years was called from her side attar years of suffering a number of years ago but shq remained the same humble devoted Christian through that and othe hours of sorrow and distress Mrs Wilkerson had five sons and three daughters who together with her aged and saintly brother Dr E H Black of Louisville are left to mourn not that she is not at rest thntIHwe a s waysfromjWoodlake Ion Tuesday and the loved form vas laid tq rest in Stamping round Cemetery by the side of her us bandI Statistics show startling mortal i 5 from appendicitis and periton dtTo prevent nnd cure these ref4 f says They have no equal fpr Biliousness2bo U REPUBLICAN CONVENTION CALLED The Republican Ccunty Com mi oalledIon Saturday September 23 Tb precinct conventions there directed to be hold on Saturday September 16 to send delegates to the county beIhas not yet been decided ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL When indigestion becomes DyspepslnOuretroubles resulting therefrom thus preventing Catarrh of the Stomach Dr Newbrough pf League W Va n Buro those suffering from in digestion or sour stomach I would say there is no hatter remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have proscribed it for a number of my patients Hood success Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes time stomach s etSoldby J W Gayle 6fu ht The Advance Guards i Of our Fall purchases are rhere The newest ideas in Ladies Tailormade Suits Cloaks and Skirts Missas and Childrens Cloaks Also a swell line of Ladles and Childrens rt Furs rOur Dress Goods stock is necvestrcellent values at 50c to 150 per yard We may have a few more warm days but the IIcall anyway the exhij is worth a trip to oir store C1 KAGIN BRO oAT BRIDGE i79D ANNIVERSARY J Capt C W Merchant celebrated his 73d anniversary on Saturday last Two daughters one son rive daughterimilawdren were Attheyears in the Regular Army Heels hale and hearty at present having recovered from a severe spell of HfItimeI usIj Capt Merchants host of Iris wish him many happy returns CATALOGUES STATE FAIR Secretary Rain has sent ago supply of catalogues of the Fair to be held at Lexingto Johnato Apply to Ann Street Drug Store- SYEDNESDAYF 1 An alarm from oolock pn We called the boys lug to Judge Conway str slight dam Specialj1 00 0 Suit PERS0NALiif Y Mr Jesse P Williams spent Sun r day ntYdG11nge Mr Lafe Wells went to Louts ille Sunday f Mr neo Harris spent Sunday in vJJUUlS vin- efeliss Virgie Orutchor is visiting Airs Harry Roberts South Side jCol Jos L Rodman and wife are relatives in Louisville fudge Thos R Gordon of Louis Ile was here on Wednesday Mr D D Smith loft Wednesday for New York City- Prof J Ie Patterson of Lexing ton was in this city Tuesday j Mrs Clarence Julian visited rein 1 ives in Louisville this week J John W Reading is visiting r Friends in Shulbyville feMiss Edith has gone to Danville to attend school this year 5Ool Logan C Murray of Louis- Ville was in the city Monday t Judge W H Holt of Louisville was here Monday on legal business jCol Chas C McChord of Spring Held came hero Monday night Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned from a visit to Bowling Green Iliss Margaret Rogers and Mrs lilIe2ieigler Kent are nt Torrent sirG Simpson left Saturday r Michigan to hay fever tfr Geo L Payne loft Saturday a visit to Stone Park Miss Grace Morris has returned pm a visit to Louisville Mr John L Scott Jr left Monday jr Grand Rapids Alien Mrs Z J has re jrnod from a visit to Lexington Mr Sim Shy and wife returned Jonday from Cynthiana Stdq DIr 4lvin1WJdftleft Monday for rMifle Susie McHenry returned ndrS from Alton Va Cincinnatiaanio Mr W A Howard spent Sunday nnLouisville lMr George B S len lcr and wifo t iit Sunday In Louisville iov Tohn H Burdin of Mt Eden was here Saturday fMr Jos LpCompto of Lexington spent Siinday in city Mr Elliott Ford spent Sunday In jfouisvillp fiMiss Honton Thomson has ro from n visit to friends In bupuisvillo and Bagdad rlMr H IC Ward of Versailles rtvashere Monday to attend county court 11ir Sylvester Labrot wife and ohllitren left Monday for Annapolis lId to visit relatives V Ir Nat Stone of Versailles at mded county court hero on Mon Aylast Mrs M B B Day has returned a visit to her brother Mr C Russell at Anchorage Eliza Overtoil has moved near home just completed v street ml A Brady of Louis Sunday and Monday in McKeo and wife hiOi are guests of Martha French ood of Louis isiting friends londay Columbia business Qstpns iy on 1 Jr UlRf tj 1 ReadMad c- Department RAVING completed alterations our store presaitsa The new TailorMade Suits for Ladies and Misses at 10 12 15 18 20 and 5are the best values we have ever shown The Tailored AValking and Dress Skirts we show at 3 l 5 and 6 are everyone special leaders The great line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks we show excels all our former efforts Everyone new style Beautiful new line of Dressing Sacques and Ki monas Splendid selection of Ladies Misses Boys and Girls Sweaters Silk and Mercerized Underskirts CHASe WEITZEL Capt John A Steele and daugh ter Miss Francis of Midway were here Monday Miss Margaret A Lewis who ha been spending her vacation in Vir g nia came home Tuesday evening Count Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was in the city Tuesday and called on us Mr Ulysses Turner of Kansa- City Mo was in the city Tuosda and made us a pleasant call Miss Susan Bronston of Lexington was the guest of Miss Alice Farmer Second street this week Mr H C Dunigan and Judge H Tipton of Shelbyvillo were here Monday Mr M Behind Weitzel left Mon day for Montana whore he will re side in the future Mr Chas E Taylor and wife of Cincinnati Ohio visited friends and relatives here this week Mr J B Eastin wife and chil dren were guests of Capt C W Merchant and wife this week Mr John Pilkington has gone t Washington and Lee University Va to resume his studies Col L J Crawford of Newport was in the oItyon Wednesday o legal sonItown Mrs C Fugazzi and son have re turned from a visit to relatives at Nioholasville Miss Carrie Sneed of Gulf Port Miss is the guest of her sister Mrs L B Welsenburgh Jr Miss Eliza Newton left Wednes day for Danville whore she will attend school this year Mr Jas P Edwards of Louisville was here on legal business Wednesday LouisyJlJoISouth this week PilklngtonOJILOXingtOil I C Graft Graham at Covington Miss Margaret Reading has re turned from a visit to Lookout Mountain Penn Mr Frank Heenoy has returned from a trip to Niagara Falls Can ada and Now York City Miss Martha Rodes Carter o Versailles is the guest of Miss Jane Watson Wapping street Mrs W B Hampton of Louis villa was the guest of her nieoe Mrs Chas W Saifell Thursday Mrs A DL Slack and son Albert are visiting her parents Dr Bryan and wife in Georgetown Mr Wm Cnlter Jr and bride have returned from their wedding tripMisses Anne and Emily Thomas returned Saturday night from u trip to New York Mr Chat F Denson wife rind daughters were guests of Mrs W H Jeffries this week Mr O H Norris and son Mr Edward spent Sunday in Louis yule Dr E C Boomele was called to Owen county on Saturday to per form a surgical operation Mr W H Mastin Sr wife and daughter Miss Fannie B here guests of relatives here this week Rev A C Hensley and his mother Mrs Mary Hensley of Ver sailles were in the city Saturday Mrs Ed E Abbett and son returned Thursday from a visit to Lawrenceburg Judge E C OBear is a lay dele to the Kentucky Conference at Convention Mr Boy Choate roturned Sunday from a visit to relatives at Louis yule J iJ1 Mrs L Labrot has gone to An napolis MdH to visit Mrs Belle Colahan her niece sIrA John S Withrow of Wood county was the guest of Mrs Howard T Guinea this week Tuesdnyforenoe Miss Katherine Jackson of Lon EarlyMiss Nellie Orbison of Woodford county was the guest of relatives here this week hasJgonetodaughterMissare guests of Judge W H Sneed and wife Pr E H Black who has been visiting relatives in this city and county returned to his home in Louisville yesterday Mrs Mary C Blakomore of Ver- o dauglpterStreet beennG McLean returned homo Monday night Mrs 0 W Dorsey of Crescent Hill who has been the guest of her sister Mrs R B Robertson re turned home Monday night Roy J 0 A Vaught left Tues day for Covington to attend the Conference of the Methodist ChurohAMrs B Gotthelt and sons Btrnie and Harold of Vicksburg Miss are guests of Mis Ford Jacobs her sister Rev Wm Crowo is conducting protracted meeting in the Rich mond Presbyterian Church He will return to fill his pulpit Sunday Di s Mary McDowell Glore of HomJerson is the guest of her SteelesMisses Mary Russell and Susan Marksbury who have been visiting relatives in Shelby county have returned home Miss Nora Miller of this office who has been visiting in Now York City for tW9 weeks and more returned home Tuesday night OwenfL T Minish and family No Dub Todd street Col James Garnett of Columbia was in the city on legal business Tuesday and made us a pleasant visit Mr Will S Farmer Sr roturned Thursday from Now York City where he purchased the stock for his big dry goods and notion store Miss Martha Jameson returned Thursday night from her vacation spout at Cynthiana and other places Judge Chas E Boom and wife Douglasa months stay at El Paso Texas Mr Orlando B Crlttetjden of Greenville Miss who has been visiting her mother and sisters hero returned home Thursday Mr W H Barnes and wife and Miss Sindsman of Dallas Texas who have been guests of Dr W Lee Crutcher have returned home Mr John L Zeigler wont to Dan yule Wednesday tp have charge of the music at the C W noM Con vention Mrs B H Blanton of Knoxville Pomp visited her motherin law Mrs Alice B Blanton this week idf Mrs John W Gayle and son Mr George M Gayle visited Miss Mar LoxiugtonJt r Wj11ti oittY SSee OurGreat Values jtr oqU IN hild nsCL0AKSI IMrs Blanche Green of Louis ville who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Cordelia Kendall r turned home Monday morning Miss Laura KInnaIrd of Roc Lick who has boost the guest of Mrs Jas S Darnell returned homo Monday morning Mr Hugh Bodman of Louisville spent Sunday here the giiost of his parents Col John L Rodmun and wifeMrs Lettia A Barnes of Tonre Haute Ind whohas boon visiting relatives at the Forks of Elkhorn left for home Thursday Master Stanley S Capllnger of Crescent Hill who has been visit inc his uncle Mr A B Gaplingor returned home Sunday Mr Wm Tremere and daughter of Wilmoro wHo have been guests of his parents Mr J W Tremere and wife left for home Monday Prof T Lindsey Blayney wife and child who have been visiting relatives here left Monday for Dan villeMiss W A Nowman returned Saturday night from New York City where she wont to purchase tho fall stock for her notion store Mrs John W B Williams who has boon at an Infirmary in LoWs ville to be operated upon returned home Saturday night Mrs C C Calhoun of Washing ton City came here Saturday night to visit her aunt Miss Eliza Over ton South SideIMr Ben T Farmer wife and daucbter who have been guests of relatives here left for home on MondayMr Mitchell and wife nee Thomason who have been 111homnRouon Monday Mrs Gertrude Gaboon and baby of Finobvllle who have boon the guests of her parents Mr Henry Wright and wife returned home Monday morning Rev S C Madry Pastor of Ever green Baptist Church Farmdalo who was called to NQIthnby the Illness of his moThcri turned home Rev O L Powers Pas of Providence Baptist Church Wood lake who attended the Baptist Worlds Congress at London Eng land arrived home last week Mrs W M Kavanaugh and chil dren of Little Rook Ark who have boon guests of her motherin Inw Mrs Anna Kavanaugh hive returned home Mr J Price Williams and family of Louisville were called here to attend the funeral of his niece little Miss Anita Williams oil Tues dayMr Chits Pilkington who has been at home for the vacation left Wednesday for Washington and Lie University Va to take a course in Dr W L MoEwan and chil dron and sister Miss Lizzie who have been spending their vacation at his farm near Woocilaka have returned to their lumieac Pitts burg Penn Mr Russell Sneed who has been living in St Louis Mo for several years has returned to this city to reside Ho will travel for the American Credit Indemnity Co Mr F B Mitchell and wife Miss Pattie Thomason Mr H N Cralk and Mr W R Huzelrigg wont to Versailles Friday night and re mained over to an entertainment Mrs J B Lewis and Mrs S T Bailey of Versailles and Mrs Hunter George and daughter Miss Bessie of Meridian Miss were In the city on Saturday 1 The Misses Rump entertained with a Flinch party on last Thurs day evening in honor of their guest Miss Mamye Seymour of Louisville iiMI1 = ==KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IFOn Bmi ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS 11Price Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 18h Mr Ralph B Wilson wife and son loft Wednesday for Falmouth Mel Wilson will leave in a few days a big trip Uilulr iip won by writing the largest amount of in surance in this section in the Equi table Life Association Messrs W S Farmer Jr Hart of Cincinnati Jas W Hughes Jr of Woodlake David H Allen Jr of Texas and Alex T Lewis of Versailles who have fark10rday and left for home Capt Henry Lewis Casey of the U Regular Army In the Phil lipinos has to accept a Cavalryin r CaptCaseythe Cuban war and afterwards livid in this city and in Versailles He Armyfromser-LABOR DAY The Bricklayers and MJJ Union celebrated Labor Day w big picnic and base ball game Cove Spring Park on Monday lai lhore was a good crowd prose and evwybjdy had a good time s sSOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tlie Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars 6 all Trains Between Louisville Kentucky Point aiid St Louis j COLONIST AM HOME SEJ RATES 10 TII 11I ST- SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a ji change of location in th tl1rehGot the Headers 1oomrClltnbleAt least give us the of naming you rates opJlortjequipment the train free JWUATfHEOTERSON IIOUTE- LOUISVILLE t KY CASTORIFor The Kind You Have Always Bears tho- siinatur of 1 r ylf 1Ii CLOAK5 + ITs 3KIftT3 AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE The Crescent Comedy Cn present ing a repertoire of high UUHB plays will open a weeks enKUKomant nt yio dpera house Monday nIght Sop limber 11 opening with Utah If the Roine GH Tribune zations none has met with the success or given the satisfaction the Crescent Comedy Co has dune The company is a good ono and is on the best line of plays ever seen hero at popular prices ffihey have secured a capable cast B actors and actresses each one is artist in his or her line of busi ness The parts are all well dressed tad show careful judgment The company gave a continuous per introducing specialties between the acts which were all good in fact each act nnuld be called a feature act All their plays were presented in a manner hat would do credit to a urging a higher price of allmis- n They were bright brisk and 7 r tr 1 1 f 1 stdl0 SKIRTSWe are showing some new fall effects in Skirts TAILOR SUITS Only a few left but on these you cnn save money by buying QOWI MENS SHIRTINGS We make special preparation along this line 8c Heavy Cheviots lOc Fine Cheviots 12c Fine Madras lOc White Madras REMEMBER every Friday is Remnant Day with us gij c With Crescent Comedy Col bypputting formance company ugus ttrlfems highly ontertaiuingIm start to finish and pleased immensely Pop ular prices 10 20 and SOc Seats nn sale Saturday Ladiefj free under usual conditions CANDIDATE FOR MAYORS We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec tion November 1905 20te BRUISED UP AND HURT Mr Bud Satterwbito of the West- Side who is an employe of tha General Supply and Construction Co now at work on the new capitol was seriously hurt on Thurs day night He is one of the night shift and was attempting to catch a runaway horse when he was thrown down and dragged break ing several ribs and otherwise bruising him up Dr U V ViI liams was summoned and attended to his injuries which are severe LETTER LIST r r The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending September 9 1005 Alford L M Ashoraft Miss Pearl Babet J Berry Miss Mary Bowlin M L Krakefled Mrs T J Brook Jarvey Carr Jerry Clark Ed Goo Clements Liberty Count Ed Combs Mrs W lIrDuncan Joe Graves John Grimes Mrs Ersie Hall Wade Holley Will Tie Hamlin Will Hamons Bob Hooe F Jacobs hiss Hattie Kerr JamesGeo Linton Mrs Mary Mason James Nuttall Miss Elgie Parker Mrs Aner Prise Alex Ramey Wm Riley Mrs Ethel Roberts Johnson Roberts J J Smith Mrs Gertrude Smith Miss Jennie Smith Ezekiel Stevens Mrs W H Stouts Charles Tonor G White J Wolar Persons ters will please say advertised E M 0 DRANE P M IGOING TO COLLEGE week from this city Miss Edith Posey and Miss Eliza Newton to Danville Miss Nora Marshall and James Stigers Mr Robert S Half Gayle to Kentucky University Lexington Mr Edgar E Hume Mr Ed E Abbott Jr Mr Law revue Hager Mr Cecil Farmer and Mr Allen Crittenden to Central University Danville Frankfort looks to these fine young people to uphold her reputa tion students e FRANKORT CEMETERY CO Notice is hereby given to the lot owners that an election will be held at the store of R K MoCLURE SON between the hours of 10 and 1 oclock TUESDAY OCTOBER 1005 for the purpose of electing seven trustees E L SAMUEL President 534t THE PREMIER C H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky I 3 the t i ti rj11 Buying COTTON GOODSAre much higlL but we are ahead of the market you gel S bonefit 5c for 88 in Seal Brand Cotton r good Bleached CottonICOMFORT CALICO In new bright colors Special quality 5c Light Silkaline effects in beautiful colorings 7c CARPETS MATTING RUGSWe can save you money on new fall patterns in highclass Rugs m uteS FARMER CI audIColIIege Statej OLD TAYLOR KENTUCKY WHISKEY BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a in to 0 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 pm Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 1 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 350 p m Georgetown at 10 a m LeavesI Lexington for Paris at 1 in Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office i404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tfQueen and- CrescentRoute Shortest Route AND Quickest SCIIBtluIBI j GEORG CINC CHATT fOVNI ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANSI TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Ii E GLflHKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by the different fair associations through out the State for their J005 exhibi tion have been announced Nicholasville August 298d- ays 1 daysFlorenceElizttbethtown September 8 days daysKy6 daysHenderson September 266daysFalmouth September 27 4 days Owonsboro October 5 days t IA FOOLISH PLAN TIs a joy to eatI welcome my dinner hour Because I rout indigestion with August Flowed 1Constipation is the result of indigestion biliousness flatulency loss ofappetite selfpoisoning anemia emaciation in various of the system catarrhal inflammation of the testinal canal and numerous other ail theYdoIIm bound in the bowels is a comJ 1 mon of who look inist V persistlinWhat a foolish plan when nature could be aided bythe use of Greens AUgtlst- lFlower is natures own remedy for x and all stomach ills thttliverTTwo sizes 350 and 75C All dr gistcj For sale by J W Gnylc t if I 1DAILY EXCURSIONS rfISt Clair Flats t s Port Huroni f By the Magnificent Steamers of UHf LeavingfootofMadisonStreetDarIyat Nt o 5A roomioz trains H4 Returning arrive Week Days 830 rSundays ooo to Dctrott7Sehuo1imitedroulld trip 181 Sr5undtya dellgbtful two days trip only Iaoo ealsaad berth extra Spictat Rafts 1 Stchltts CloseconnectionsitDetroitwithtteam en for Buffalo the 800 Duluth etc For further information tee nearest 9 CentraILtJeavesO40JDlNow Orleans Spec Leafcs t2Oi pm MLoavesFor Fulton Paducah point Connection townHodgenvtlleand t F Sunday Berrlce to Kllr villa Stops at all str No Acco Leaves 400 p m OfHodNaeDville Yf- tr yr THeFranKfarittuunudflout Entered at the postolUce at Frankfort Ken Lucky nb second class mailable matter tOEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 9 1905 J t Commuuicnted A PHASE OF MODERN EDUCATION The Splendid Opportunity Aflorle d jCntnOlt Young Men for n Thor Education nt the Electfir College of Kentucky lA As the time approaches when the VvnrloHf institutions of higher learn t Ing hout the land begin the work of the nut collo tte year there arc it t iuitu YGIPng me t Dud women who find themselves obliged to make n final decision concerning tho institution which they shall attend nnd tho phase learning to which they shall their attention In order that n decision may ho made most intolli prostJ e more one W f point His own view point is news aarily somewhat limited He mas imbibe certain prejudices from his Cparents his fellow high stu dents and other associations an his teachers nnd friends who nro attending or have attended certain y institutions may strive to influence him to follow one path or another The considerations before him are not always disinterested r and free from personal prejudice on his friends and quit Ifrequently it happens that n young roan finds himself engaged in n 4 study for which ho has no liking in an institution the spirit of which- ire is not in sympathy hecause h has let himself be blindl by his friends The writer hopes to present t young Kentuckians the view from which the higher education of the latest typo must be suchaeducatio d the spirit in which n must be sought Be nlso wishes to I indicate that the State College o f Kentucky is the place for Kentuck inns who seek the knowledge she i prepared to give As a rule the one thing which a r college education gives a man is selfesteem If the college student f is energetic nnd capable this self esteem does not hurt him if he has t less than the mediocre ability he i r emerges from the school atmosphere even if he dues not grnduatoJ with an opinion of is out t of nil proportion to his ability to produce results hns ovoroomo the prejudice ngninst techAnioalunder the present sys toms large numbers of young pee pie whose parents never enter- tainedf the thought of n college edu cation for themselves have been i enabled to avail themselves of tech V nical or other education and thus Vito come in contact with the children Aof those who had enjoyed the priv liege of n college education In his way not only has education Sribuen applied directly to manufao but the rank and file of Belabor have been enabled to compare their capacity for work and thought XPwith the capacity required in the professions w It is not tho purpose horn to furllm discuss anything in the na tire of the comparison just sug Vce led Ttie statement is made in timt rtiul1lar way to emphaRize- 7the essentially democratic nature o techniHJil education To succeed J fri engineering requires not only Ii FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this y reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other t conditions the gain i- sslowerhealth cannot Abe built up in a day 1n such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken s nourishment a food her than a medicine food for tired and Digestions r free i York- Mdfuggltta Ulfftr JL JtnerLost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that your medicines cured little girl of nine of spasms Shecommencedhavlngthem- at the age three Our family doctor said the would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a mild form He did her no either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced teniPurifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider plcewas insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippc Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured sister has also taken it allethank you very much fur your good medi cines and kind advice I dont there sendysee what a sweet little girl lives out in IIAAKR7TdAll druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Indo eternal vigilance hut incessant eneeare men to useful for their own good as well as for the good of tho country hut when once the student enters int iesakeywhether himselfoor e imporCanoeappreciationa strong unremit pusltionin cwtscan and admiration of his fellow men This is really the spirit of the now education Everything in modern life is measured by results I knowledge merely adds to a man ability to appreciate certain form of art and it can not b of as much value to the race a when it increases his efficiency in the progressive development which is characteristic of this age No better illustration of the advantage of the new education over the old can ho found than the effect of the application of tho new education iu JapanThe may he considered as representing tho very essence of the spirit of the new education They are the result of the worlds demand for efficient men to cope with the problems of advancing civilization and the change in the attitude of men of affairs to education in the applied science during the past fifty years is significantBefore technical school be came a recognized branch of the higher learnin so called the in unto desire of the college graduate to stand aloof from forms of honest labor was commonly no cepted The chief reason for this acceptance was that the rank and directlyinso that there was not much basis for comparing their relative values productionfinally admitted to bo honorable as well as necessary was not looked upon as desirable from the stand point of the college student Comparatively few had the time and the funds to pursue a college career so that a young man possessed of spendfourhomo to be respected and admired Byjudioiousone comumnity all his life end his real ignorance never he discovered The marvelous growth of manu facturing interests in this country The foregoing while indicating something of the spirit of tho new education would be incomplete as- a presentation of this subject if no word wore added to indicate how the world needs the product of the technical schools The dopaitmont of mechanical and electrical on ginooring of the State College of Kentucky constantly receives requests for men to take various posi Uptoexceeds tho supply And this is a teohInlcullogo The world indicates its needs evlIdenttrained mon are in control of business and maufaoturing there need never be a time when thn demand for well trained engineers should decreaseThe of the institution improving year by your as its 11111 in its relations to tho worlds work and the youth of Ken tucky is more and more appreciated aia Andtimn Ktho eo UC Vill show wor1thntistution of higher learning an equipment which will bo compar able with the equipments of other institutions of n similar character in other States having no more resources than Kentucky In the meantime the work of technical education going on at the State College in such a way that in spite of disadvantages their graduates are sought for and demonstrate thler nniciency by the work which they do- And efficiency after all is the real test As before indicated a man is judged nowadays not by what he can produce if he would but by what ho actually does The engineering department of he Rtato College has caught the spirit if tho times and is producing tho best re sults possible Its graduates are efficient and are therefore sought after Its students have a fine eel logo spirit and enjoy to the full the vicissitudes ofcollege lift The four years spout there are rich in memories to those who have grad tinted It has the unmistakable im print of healthy and vigorous de- v lopment and there is no reason why a Kontticklan desiring a technical education should not seek it thereAs an evidence of the demand for State College of Kentucky grad uates there were sixtytwo places available for tho twentyseven men who graduated from the mechanical and electrical engineering depart ment in June 1905 These young men were able to select lines of work suited to their taste and train ing and immediately upon gradua tion they entered the employment of the following firms G H Gilbert of Lawrenceburp Rv Western Electric Co Chicago Illinois Kyt factoring Co Pittsburg Pa- W H Grady of Trenton Ky Atlas Engine Works Indianapolis Ind Atlasthut will return to the State College as instructor in mechanical en Septembern BulKy luck Electric Co Cincinnati Ohio Signalnroad Lexington Ky A D Murrell of Merrimao Ky Fairbanks Morso CoBeloit WiH K F Adampon of May califs Ky AllisChalmers Co Milwau ken Wis- H G Edwards of Louisville Ky General Electric Co Sohenec Ys of Bryaulsville andsInstructor in mechanical engineering University of Nevada Reno Nevada H H Urmston of Oynthlana Ky Southern Engine and Boiler Works Jackson Tenn W J Payne of Georgetown Ky Signal Department Queen Crescent Road Lexington Ky C B Owens of Germantown Ky American Car and Foundry Co Berwick Pa- W G La son of Miliersburg Ky Atlas Engine Works Indian apolis lad V D Roberts of Westviow Ky Atlantic and Birmingham Construction Co Talbotton Ga- S M Morris of Lexington Ky American Car and Foundry Co Berwick Pa- L E Baumparton of Louisville Ky Illinois Steel Works Chicago IllC A Biokel of Louisville Ky Bullock Electric Co Cincinnati OhioJ B Sprako of Stamping Ground Ky Westlngh H18e Elec tric and Manufacturing Co Pitts burg Pa H P Ingels of Lexington Ky American Car and Foundry Cu Berwick Pa H M West of Nicholasville Ky New York Edison Co Now York City C R Wallis of McKinney Ky New Yorlt New Rayon and Hart ford Railroad New Haven Conn E A Cline of Lexington Ky Baldwin Locomotive Works Phila delphia Pa- M W Powell Hickman Ky Fairbanks Morse Co Beloit NisI Akin of Pirnceton Ky West ern Electric Co Chicago Ill iWIIJ SERVE LUNCH ITho Young Ladies A ill Society of the First Baptist Church will servo a lunch during the Street Fair The place at which the lunch will be sot will be given later oU The youngjadies always have de lightful lunches and you get your moneys worth every time Ioa rrroREABears Blpture of A Boagt zDR W M COBL1N OFFICE 107 ANN STREET Offers his professional services to the citizens of Frankfort J 108in f r YltiLlJUll LaxativetSyrup nV NOTES CU1EFOR GONSTIPA ION f Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti 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 Nauseonsness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 60c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades K Cradles and Fingers Y Scythes and Snatches v Tir Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oils Tarpaulins y Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GISTAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 q State College of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Kentucky offers the following courses of study viz1 Agricultural Horticultural Chemical Biological Mathematical Physical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering each of which extends over four years and leadingtoseparate faculty Tho general faculty number nearly fifty professors and instructors County appointees receive tuition room rent in dormitories fuel and light and if they remain ten months traveling expenses The laboratories and museums are large well equipped compre hensive and modern 0s The Legislature appropriated 60000 for a college homo for young women and 30000 for drill hall and gymnasium for men Both buildings aro completed and in use Military tactics and science ard JGraduatespositions and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely inAexjflf of the ability of the College to supply Specialists with tine necessary number of assistants have cK t prosforK M f The State College of KentuckY though bearing hitherto tho H 1 of college is the only in the Commonwealth doinn any proper sense university worllprovifacilitiesconveniences including bath rooms and room for physical cultuft It electricityAn of obtaining a thorough education in classic modern language literature science iathematlcs logic metaphysics history and political economy educationbKentucky For catalogues method of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of studrnnd terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTERSON Fh D LL D or to D C PRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky t Fall Term Begins September 14 1905 i 43td Jy f fr fflE LAST CHANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS 1 Main Street DISMISSED At tho examining trial of Mr Quinoy Metz charged with shoot ing mules belonging to Mr Charles Mitchell near the Forks of Elk horn held before Judge J H Pols grove on Saturday after the Com monwealths testimony was hoardc Judge Polsgrove held that the proof was insufficient and discharged the accused SPECIAL ELECTIONS County Judge J H Polsgrove upon petition of citizens of those precincts has ordered elections to be held in Bridgeport and Gloros Sohoolhouso precincts to decide whttr the law forbidding stock 10 run t large shall be enforced inI Hu precincts The vote will be ticea at the regular November j election i It HON JOHN G CARLISLES ii PORTRAIT it On Wednesday a splendid portrait of Hon Jo mO Carlisle which had been the property of his de ceased wife was brought here and placed in the ropms of the Histor ton Society It is a splendid like Editor Roundabout When one gets Bullnrds Obelisk Miles M K M Old John or Marguerite Flours they get a Flour made from sound dry wheat as the mills at ylnoli these flours are made are located in sec tions so they are enabled to draw their supplies of wheat from States that harvested and threshed their wheat and put it on the market in firstclass shape while local mills are compelled to use wheat that was harvested and threshed da1J pVheat once wet can noverf be dried to make first class flour It will Ipaythose wanting good aour o grocers for the above brands Call on me before buying and I will tell you all JNO MILESIAGENT 7 FurnishingGoods J Wallace French Line- nUnderwear worth 500 Suit For 1 = 2 Price- All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear worth 200 to 400 Suit For 1 = 2 Price Broken sizes Every Straw Hat In our house For 12 Price Choice of all out Fancy Hosiery for 25c worth 50c to 150 All our Belts for 12 Price Everything in this sale for cash and nothingsent out on approval CRUTCHERk SIMPSON ATTENTION YOUNG MENI We publish in todays communication to Which we invite earnest attention of young men educnItionmaking their Standing as good and valuable citizens their communities the The nssuredIsion to the State College at Lox Ington and especially with regard to the department of mechanical and electrical engineering We know whereof we affirm when we say that the opportunities for aj young man to gain the necessary information in those sciences at the State College are unexoelled by any college in this section of the country if in fact in any section of the graduates In these depart ments have achieved such high standing in their profession that there is no difficulty in any of them securing splendid positions with the great supply companies of the countryIn to graduate at this Col lege a student must know his busi ness thoroughly and a diploira from the State College is an open sesame to position and power Rend carofullv the communication in another c lnl1nINOT YETI NOT YET By the vigilance ofJniIr Kirby Henry Smith Hugh Robinson and Fleming Inman three men con fined in the county Jail wore prof vented from making their escape They had very notlrly accomplished their purpose SUNDAYSCHOOL PICNIC The Sundayschool of Evergreen Baptist Church at Farm dale had a delightful picnic on the grounds attached to the church on Thurs day of last week There was a largo crowd present an abundance of good things to eat and a pleasant timebad by everybody The good people of tills neighbor hood never do things by halves thy do thom well fti Clothing Department All 2 = Piece Mixed Suits For 12 Price nJ2pieeand Summer weights 20 und 18 kind for 1350 15 kindfor 10 12 and 10 kind for 750 850 and 8 kind for 6 All Low Cut Shoes At sacrifice prices 500 Patent Oxfords for 375 500 Tan and Kid Oxfords for 350 400 Oxfords all kinds 300 3513 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 225 250 Oxfords all kinds 17f f 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfords all kinds 100 10 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords PEACHESIus on day a dozen peaches which were raised by Mrs W C Bryant who lives near Evergreen Church in the Farmdalo neighborhood which certainly were as fine as any a e have seen this season The dozen weighed five pounds down weight Mrs Bryant is the our old jfctfliid Mr Henry WrigLtt one of this countys hest and most reliable citizens and is as succesi ful a horticulturist as her father s a farmer ITHE PACIFIC COAST Do you want to live climate is mild tho year roundI where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops whern business is good and capital finds profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast ChicngoUllionLine Send 4 cents in stamps to- W B Kniskorn P T M C N W By Chicago for booklets and full information BBS q Early Risers The famous little piliIDR G W SPECIALIST Office Farmers Flat New Phone 449 49lm CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning Is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly you be able to go ton warmer olime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c tall drug gists yr ii BIG 16 IN Frankfortt KNTLJCIYS STATE FAIR IIAT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS PREMIUMS 125000 6 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED THE SOUTH 33ExhibitionsIThe Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMadedSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 Clair Frankfort Kentucky FARM FOR SALE farm of acres near Louis vl 0 pile about two miles from Frankfort in a high state of cultivation Ins been in grass several years fine tobacco land purposesTwoTwo good orchards with kinds of fruit Good outbutldnus Two good barns tobacco Some of land in onehalf mile of now State Capitol For further information inquire at this cube 502m Wii ii Qtftplx s L 1 IN IN t St St 240 sill for all for the t NOTICEyiIJi 1 jVat once and settle anti those hat r ing claims against her estate will present the same proven as tby lawktJOHN W V rExecutor jFrnuldortDeWltts Little z Hi j 4 d ET y Risers Tho famot little pills I5l 4 J Both PhonesP nr i jJ T V1e1 r Wow is the time for building BARNSiWe carry a complete stock of V Crimp arrci CQrrtigtte4 STEEL ROOFINRuTberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge RollI1r Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges kYrt Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges a Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled I J Coming TUB SKilt Trade MarK Watch the Butterfly MARRIED CULTERGREENUPInLoulsw ville on Wednesday September 6 Mr William 11 Culter Jrand Miss Gertrude Winifred Greenup wer married by Rev E L Powell D DMr Culter is a sterling young business man bookkeeper for t- hY e Jns Rupert Grocery Co and is highly esteemed by all who know him Miss Greenup is a pretty and popular young lady and is originally from this county but has peen liv ing in Louisville several y arsIROBERSONMATTOX At the County Judges office on Monday Mr Chas Roberson and Miss Eifle Mattox of the Forks of Elkhorn kf were married by Judge Polsgrove 1 FRANKLIN WITHDRAWS After being u candidate for only r twentyfour hours Mr W M Franklin withdrew from the race for City Prosecutor on Thursday night Has better place with K D W H Co e READ IT Attention is called to the notice of the election of trustees of the k Frankfort Cemetery Co to be held Tuesday October 8 next Those interested should remember this 1 APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE Mr Wm Cromwell of this city has been appointed Special Judge to sit in the Rowan ClrcuIt Court 4 t J j J 1 1li BJ iJ C SOAER 8c CO BUTTERFLY PEA RIDGEI Rev H M Polsgrove the former pastor of Choateville has been carrying on a Very interesting and successful series of meetings at the Christian Church Immense con toepeopleIbyhavingmany boxespretty elegant well fitted with delicacies were fur Wished by the young ladies which were auctioned off by Mr Peters in his usual happy and successful way We hope Mr PoJsgrovo will live to come amongst us all again yetI to the late heavy rains are in a most awful state In many places the bed rook is visible Mr Frank Edge has returned from a visit to his sister in New AlbanyMiss Kate Suter of Mt Zion Miss Carrie Saunders of Louisville Miss Emma Dennis of Choateville Miss Bessie Moore of Little Benson and Miss Jessie Chambers were the guests of Miss Edith Edge last week aIRidge and Devils Hollow corner pike We expect it will be a success as so many people will be afraid to drive along the piece of river road It being so narrow and dangerous for horses that are afraid of street oars Mr John Samples and wife of Alton were the guests of their father Mr William Laoofleld on from Sun Mr arIParis Miss Edith Edge has returned homo after a visit with Miss Kate Suter Mr Dorsey Tracey and wife were the quests of Mr W Laoeflold last Sunday SCRIBE DEATHS 1 SMITH In this Jolty on Satur rllJasMrs Smith had been several years ago but parnlzcdI erect and was as well as a short time before her death when the second stroke came she dying in a few hours She was a member of the Firs wasloondl1ctPCf ing the remains being interred in our cemetery She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her untimely end WILLIAMS In LaGrange on Monday morning Miss Anita Wil limns daughter of Mr Jesse P Williams and wife aged 8 years of diptheriaThis pretty and attractive little lady was a favorite with all who knew her She was a member of the Methodist Sundayschool- The bereft parents brothers and sisters have the sympathy of every body in their bereavement FORSEEOf paralysis at his lesidonoe on Broadway in this city September 7 at 8 oclock p m Mr Samuel Nicholai Forsee aged 70 years 11 months and 11 daysHo had been an invalid for nearly five years most of which time being confined to his bed He was born and reared in Owen county but the last twentyfive years of his life was spent in Franklin In July 1855 he married Miss Anna M Hodges daughter of Rev F H Hodges and granddaughter of the late Rev Silas M Noel who with six children Mm Henry Penn Mrs R E Gaines Mrs W M S Haydon Misses Nannie and Lutie F and G Frank Forsee sur vive him and wore at his bedside at his The deathIducted 10 oclock from his residence opFridaydaughter of Mr Spencer Wiggin ton aged 12 years of diptheria Miss Wigginton was the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr Spencer Wigginton of Elmville and had only been sick a few days All that medical skill could do was done without avail The sincere sympathy of many iriejjds is extended to the afflicted familyBUTTIMERIn Louisville on Sunday Mr Frank Buttimer aged 48 years of brain trouble Mr Buttimer was born and raised in this county but had been living in Henry county for several years He leaves a wife and several brothers and sisters to mourn his death Dont delay a minute Cholera infantum dysentery diarrhoea 181toDr Wearer Bjnp tot the blood Caste ir bBeatI 1 ortKentilcky I BestyAV6 have had for many yrsars the reputation of selling all nwhat best in 3feSterling And of never allowing a hint of inferiority to show anywhere A new line has just arrived bearing 4 well known trademark of thet 5 4c4 fi Gorham Manufacturing Co Which stamps them as the preeminent best of fi theirkind The assortment comprises fitit VV Knives Forks and Spoons ft And larger pieces as wellt We hope you will examine them M A SeiberttJ LReliable Jeweler t 125 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Via- FRANKFORT CINCINNATI RY- And QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE SUNDAY SEPT 10TH Special trajn leaves Frankfort 700 a in connecting with Q C train at Georgetown Ticket good returningleavingsame day ChicagoAsk partioulIars Eeue fi- leiui et inKW KMN AMJS INeM i f tlj A r YI Frallkf 1 is the EXPERILii jW r1I 1 17 TRADE MARK DESIGN COPYRIGHTS AnToaeending a and deecrlptloa rfQuickly certain our opinion tree whether aQIInvention to o tlonutrlctifOOl1ldenUaL IlANDlOOIoaPteBU Pate Old throughc reosUtre ngtse la e ScIeiWtk Jlmerkaw geuIUornBart toae fL 8OlC bJ all newdeelere UU HtrNewynrk I J Wukl8 a TelephorNo a 0 jr RELIGleUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHUBOH Rov A B Chinn rec tor Sunday September 10 11 nm Morning Prayer and Sor mon a m Sabbath School In the chapel 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday x 780 p in Evening Prayers Friday 780 p in Bible Teaohers Meettngat 716 p m ThA public cordially invited to attend I CIRthbjJhapelChristian adjourned until Prayermeeting Ootoberiin at 780 in The Junior until October Everybody invited- OATHOLIt CHURCH Rev Father Thomas 8 Major rector Low Mass at780 a m High Mass At lu a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Boy M B Adams D D the pas tor will preach at 118 m and 780 p m Morning subject Hid in the Evening subjecttiThe Divine Mission of Sermon on chapel sun JapanIfiaraoa Class at a in taught by the pastor Baptist You Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 045 Pf m i Prayermeeting on Wednesday chapelVisitorsj Seats freeiFIRST PREsBYTERIAN B1aynoyD8mNo QVoning service- Suuclnysohool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris Jan Endeavor at 080 p in PrayormeotiiiK Wednesday everi IJR at 780 pmIVisitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J 01 Vaught the pastor being at i Oonfpronoe thorn will bo no preach Ing at either hour lHldYROhoollt94I irf 1 League at8 p m j nior League at 7p m 1 l Wednesdayavening Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBY3ERI N OHURCir Revv Wm Cfowe tho pastor will prenohrnt 11 a m and 730p m Sunday8cho6l at 980 a m YounR Peoples Society at 080 l1111 I Prnyormoeting Wednesday at 780 FIvcrybody to attend BRIDGEPORT CHRISTIAN SHURGH Rev J M Rash of Winchester is conducting n pro acted The services have GQn in all this week with lr progress attendariod The throughoutrnoxtattend- S iu Soartoh scratch scratch unable tholdayoring piles horrible plague Doans Ointment cures Never falls At any g store 50cqnts IIlI I- SP FLYER NO 68 JOHNSON COFlyer Days This Week 01 Friday and Saturday plug llth and 12th Flyer Prices will be given on LACE CURTAINS PENANGS COTTON VOILLES GINGHAMS RIBBONS and LACES Waists Suits and Skirts Less Than Half Price August Sales II Last call ontSilks Silk Organdies Grenadines bhIe Silkolines 1 yd wide beauti ful designs reduced to lOc Table Linens Towels Sheet ings Muslins greatly reduced Fr T HEENEY Franklin Institute classicalSchool for boys and girls will begin its first an under its present management onday September 11 1905 The design of the school is to give to the students a good liberal education at home and to prepare those wisHing a inure extended course to enter any of the best colleges or universities Private tutoring dur the summer months at reasonable rates For further in Jormation apply to JB SCEARCE A B Principal 404 Second St Frankfort Ky New Phone 245 47td Illinois Central RR IrAnnual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Individual Holders Desired iFREE TICKET TO THE MEETING oJPublic notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at OhloagoIllinois1005 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said mooting there will be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE OR MORE SHARES- of the capital stock of the Illinois registeredTuesdaySeptember A TICf EP ENABLTNG HIM OR HER TO L RPE over the CJompftnyJr lineia from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to Ills or her registered address to- CHICAGO AND RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only duringthe FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING and the day of the meeting rind for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and thn FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING when properly countersigned and stamptod during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1105 that is to say between 900 am and 500 p mlil the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may bo obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on appli cation in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must Individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given her Certificate of Stock with the number and date tOAetherI certificate No more than son will be carried free registerodA G HAGKSTAFF 51td Secretary FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on It citylimitsMRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf 4ti f f f d ComfortableFeet Any feet can be made so and kept so by dusting a little GAYLESAntiseptic Foot Powder in the shoes each morning It prevents friction Ab sorbs excessive perspira tion and keeps the feet cool and comfortable IfJyour feet itch burn blister just try Gayle Antiseptic Foot Powder If you are not satisfied with it we want to return your money Price 15 Cents ill Wn GAYLE Druggist Corner Apn and Broadway Frankfort Ky FOR SALE CHEAP A 5horo power direct current 600volt electric motor For sale olienj Inquire at this ofliueBltf DO IT TODAY I injunctionNeveryou can do today is now fjeni orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice J we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days remedyforbe Dr Boschuos Gorman Syrup which has been in use for ove thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for n few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread youlungsr effect a cureas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr Selling Out at Costs Rather than move thorn I will soil for CASH my outiro stock consisting of one of the larges- lines of Groceries nnd General Merchandise in the city A Iso Fixtures 17 Show Cases 4 Coun tore Shelving Scalps 2 Coal Oil Tanks one Delivery Wagon Trucks Store Safe etc W J SCOTTOW 280 Ann St balm i THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during the period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see InoludlngBanffdian Rockies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Luke City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it swould pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou literallyIinformation will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis yuBothRouteIOF INTEREST TO TRAY ELERS passengerdesiring Sunday excursion rates thrSouth ern Railway will hold its train aa follows every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 000 p in No 0 at Lexington until 480 p in No 14 at Burgin until 410 p myygoverned accordingly tf Dr WeavorA ForiCea the blood Cerate ointment for the Mf frankfort Ginoinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table 1005itlU A 11 DAlLY KXCKk1 A il IP tfoWNo82 SUNDAY No8llNot3 2 0 20 Lv D Frankfort Ar 25720 O6Ia Summit 7 Elkhorn 668s41ietol 1035 69 25rCenterville 8 569 8 37 Elizabeth 8 565320 747 P 832 5 to Art ParisI Lvl 880 I 42 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q 0 Connect9 at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central 4 Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P 2 MIA MIAMIPM 8 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 0 lAr Cincinnati 80l 00 CINCINNATIIAM P M P M a0t65 3 Lv Paris Ar 5 88 80 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS AIlOOP2407P 54P A Richmond L BOA 55P 16 A Cincinnati L altO B HARPER 0 W HAY Pres and Gen tlunt c Aj t t X fr WII fi Mare caused by Indigestion If you eat a too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expandswelland puff up against the heart This crowds and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off nourishmentfstrength and health to every organ of the body Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sbury Stomach Inflammation of the mucou membranes lining the Stomach and Diges two Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach mebymaklntmy ImmrIIJ4tIlMRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaDureD KAUBLE Nevada 0I r Digests What You Eat 1DoUllIott1eholdI2 times M mach al the centlilze Prep reo at the lab oratoryorEODeWita a For sale by J tV Gnyle f Written for the Roundabout GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN ONLY Chapter IX Gethsemane The pathetic whites face of Cjn thin appealed to me with a of comradeship my own illness testifying to the s rocentI of kindred woes The ture was of timid shrinking She had been born amid the gmndI I eur and silence of the giant hills all of her little life had been spent i alone as it were in the calmlit shadows of the forest She knew the woods of storms and could Bwin to the music of the wind as Itroarod through the treetops or gentletj hum of insect or bee a signal from the red bird in the laurel wt the touch of unilllalfdendllnesRI the gay laughter of the falling water UP Roaring Springs spoke the story pf a human agency whereby the child could overcome k all those needless fears of strangers and to rest secure if not content in the midst of social intercourse We had become more than friends during the days of my convnles ttonce and the easy chair Invented by Hymdam in which 1 sat out under the tees was always nccom panted by a small one occup ed by Cynthia who some time held the but of toner filled her wovel11chnpletsElves who even at our feet I told her the storms of Uncle tRemus and her intense interest and woro both rewards and satisfaction Gradually I gained her confidence and the sweetest experiIenced Uncle Tom tell me about 55 ghosts and angels timid God- and 1 her without any restraint without the slightest hesitancy of either doubt or indecision as to the possible result as if she and not myself would be the first one to enter that undiscovered country from which bourne no traveler r- oturnkand she heeded the words quietiflowed the revelation thereof aroseS1before my startled vision the Taco of Patience Smiling at OriefIk- new her intuitively the broad brlgitrfdullty evidenced by rest on the sweet fair face ThisJ is a ghost dear heart I the waiting child She is only one of many who cross the pathway to the gate of life Her aid and sympathy prepares in a great measure the wtary Journey through this Pilgrim lau You will have cause to bless the day when our spiritual vision discerns the real entity of this form of trustful assurance which is indeed to be prayed for in this day and genera tioh The figure at which she is b smiling is another II ghost Per haps he has knocked already at the JI door of your wounded vanities and w tf you have become acquainted with j i hl manifold sorrows He the ardor of youth and shadows with tears the mellowed alto of a sojourner in the valley of huin1lJntiQnTake heed hoW you welcome the approach of bls rfo variable so unstable- so uncongenial and yetsoimpor tant in the welfare of an individual as well as a nation into your exist once Ghosts are formative and plastic They are as unreal as the coloring in the Innchwnpolnnd yet n8 real as are the flowers of your native heath They visit me crossing my whims and fancies as do the clouds tempestI f speak the story of losses the worth of friends the sacrifice of nIl earthly hopes to the tender tale of a supreme joy which conies when the eyes are closed the bolded quict hands and the work of the day is ended ynthinUrn upon your little life she is a messenger from that other shore across which river she comes to bear the form of some carthborn child hack to the homo in heaven Would you not love to go lea heart to that city of angels There are no tears there no shadow of parting nIl is pence and love with out the endless sighs of a great un rest which if you live many years yondroamns gladlbacksmiled assent and folded the dim plod hands in firmer repose There WHS a world of reserve force in the quiet dignity of her babyhood which if she had lived would have fashioned the shrinking modesty of her personal artributo into the grace and elegance of a matured woman hood worthy time signet nUll crown of a noble life God my child is all about us eieryIland we should give him not only our time and talents but our love and our worship In the hush of the evening far to the East in the little inn at Bethlehem was bora Jesus who carne to save His peo arIamonge com latheInndHis footsteps To bo a missionary to the heathen if necessary or to take up the eross and carry it bravely for His doir sake I preached the Word bravely The message fell on good ground if the heart of the child could not receive for comprehend its import the fal oomnnctIsobbing as if convicted as indeed both wore and yet rejoicing in hope because of the message of good tidings horne on indeedIthey dedicated themselves the ohl d and home that day to the service of God It was a mighty upheavel of the mountain spirit a thorough investigation of self and all its inherent interest within the bounds of a grateful acquiescence to will of a supreme rulerand the land brought forth sixty and an hundred foldbut with the relinquishment- of every earthly tie the gentle shep inIboiled at this request and the fever paleface atIloneliness of the broken hearted quietlotfingers on the baby eyes kissed the pale sweet lips and taking the quiet form in her strong arms bore- from our home and hearts the spirit of the child N S COX Continued STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes ConsumptionPneumonia KingsNowJ W MoKirtnon of Talladoga SpHn Ala writes 141 bad been very ill with Pneumonia under the gettinDr Kings Now Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat and colds Guaranteed at all druggists price 60o and 100 Trial bottle free OFF FOR DENVER On Friday afternoon ColeI man one of our most upright and honorable colored men left for Den ver Col to attend the meeting of the National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic H- Is e a fine representative of his race We have known him for long years and have found him 8el respect ing honest sober and upright in life Would that we could say the same of uyiriy more of his race In our midstit ought to be so NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you knqw what pill pleas plllsolennsetem df all bile without producing unpleasant eflcote Sold by J W Gayle 11INrEREST AROUSED Women of tho State win Make Creditable Exhibitions Very great interest is being ex hihited by the women of Kentucky in the exhibits that setae under the specific lending of the Normans Department of the State Fair This is exceedingly gratifying to the management of the Fair because tho Board of Control made liberal provisions for this vuryI ment and has used every arouse interest tonnes Kentucky women in preparing exhibits for There is every good reason itj suoIlbeen arranged only for horses cat tie sheep and other live stock our women might claim that those were- subjects of which they had no Inyforest But as long as such adequate provisions have been made for products that pertain par tioularly to the feminine element pfl our household it is natural time women should feel tie deep interest which they have already manifestedIt that any who have not already obtained catalogues write to Secretary Rain for them at once so that they may know exactly NandiIworkclassifications Mr Z F McKay of OBannon Ky1 is in charge of thiscdetailof careful management and courteous treatment Dr Weavers Treatment Ryrap purlliel the blood Cerate heals skin ernptteet NEWS FROM THE BARDS The Fortune Teller tI Victor Herberts and Harry B Smiths beautiful comic opera in which Allio Noilsen won renown opened its season at Newark N J August 28th under most auspicious circumstances The big theatre was filled to every last nook and corner and the company responded to prolonged encores to every number of importance Grace Orr My era was the principal feature in the part formerly sung by Miss Neilsen and proved herself a worthy suc cessor to the original Excellent singing and acting was done in other roles by Grafton Baker Henry Turpin and Irene Langford while an excellent comedy trio was formed by Hugh Cameron Herman Hirsh erg and James MoElhorn The Fortune Teller goes on an extensive tour this season and with the splendid production caste and chorus Milton and Sargent Aborn have given it this year should prove one of the musical events of the season wherever it appears I oA 1109 XA tJeara the SJpatvef A IM HOUSEHOLD CARES thefSame as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household duties With a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad back And she wouldnt if the kidneys were wel- lDoans Kidney Pills make well kidneys Here in a Frankfort woman who endorses this claim LoganStreet mydailyacross y loins the aching I endured when stooping or reaching Imarpanied the secretion caused other annoyinggreat deal besIdes empploylug other remedies said to be good for kKluey sllcotlreliefimpressed me wits their value concluding to tryhorn I procured a box at J W Gavles store Their effect certainly surprised me1 and I followed the treatment KidneyPllishave expected I certainly recom mend themI For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostcrMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for the United States- ReraornbQr the nameDoanns- aijd take no other The Kind You Have Always Bought and which past been i1rin use for over 30 years has borne the sltrnatnro of All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are bob Experiments that trifle with and the health of Infants and Children Experience lagainst Experiment 4t What is CASTORIA fw Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pore gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep fThe Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend Yt GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsJ 4 SEPTEMBER SUGGESTION How Psychic Pictures are Made Realities by AutoSuggestion Is tho opening article in the Septem ber issue of Suggestion Chicago a magazine of theN ow Psychology This publication deals with research suggestive therapeutics autosuggestion practical hygiene buildingIrecognizing the of showstimeattitudes in the pursuit ofJiealth SuggestionPublishing genuineLaxativethe remedy that eurNS n raid IB erne day New Fast Tra- mColorado TO UTAH AND THE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will scope Bt 900 a m dally The evening to same 1010 p m dally daily service car service for SanFranscoExcursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or addrea- aBT MATTHEWS Trav Pass ARt Louiavllle Ky NDsn Louis Mo FARM FOR SALEIA farm of 174 well located will cheap IpI quire at this office 61tt 1 TSE COLONELS WATERLOO Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water loo from Liver and Kidney trouble iln a recent letter ho says I was- jnearlydead of these complaints I tried my family gdticonIyou theknovlddg td make thorn to oureDys idJey1It ii Isonnl Dr Cadys Condition FoTvuerir ar just a horse needs when inb ttl condition Tonic blood purifier vermifuge They are not food b y medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 tcents per package For sale by J W Gayle aid LeConmte Gayle j DrRjP BuckmastefJ Osteopathic Physician v VirOffice at Mrs T P Browns447f t Main StreetkWill be THURSJDAY 48fcfV t J A O TIME TABLE BOUTNo21xo y M P M dv Lextngtton 820 crank ort 90 619- Shelbyville 1U LonlSTllle 11001 800 700 No22INORTH No f A iL P Mtf Louisville 880 BOOj i BhelbrvlKe 928 v 740A oyy 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