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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h r tI TERMS 100 In Advance IJ YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 16 I90b NO 2 CIRCUIT COURT The September term of the Franklin iit Court met omMonday last The grand jury were empan noled sworn nnd charged by Judge Stout The following gentlemen compose the grand jury R W Nonl fore tman Witi Gatowood Louis Lee Vawter Win Crouse W ate McKee Hardio Wm Watkins R l v Peyton Harry M Shaw Chas t Waitehoad J H Sheets R E 1Haww Stout was especially insist ent upon the grand jury indicting loafers idlers and gamblers I On Tuesday the petit juries wore empannollod and am as follows No ILeo RnukJfY Campbell i Onan Harry Pulliam Thomas r Rodman Jr T E Dailey Ed- t CpgBweil Sandy HVjlton Brack Miles Lindsoy Baker B S t Hughes Robert Long Allen VaughanNo 2 D Taylor R L Thom- soon J H Stuart James Bridges rSno W W Darnell Charles 4 Hambriolt Lon Harrod Cash Mor BerrY111Ruir rGEORGETOWNS BIG FIRE rt A livery stable with nine horses two dwellings and other smaller buildings were burned down in Georgetown Friday night and sev dnmRgedti7 B lOGauies The loss Was about 80000 with clot much insurance t The blaze was of incendiary or ginitls supposed jf SOALLED t 4n jl MrsiKate MVWilliamB who1 lives on Major Heights near this city was so unfortunate as to have a can r of fruit she was sealing up explode 4 Saturday and scald her hand and- t meek The necessary surgical at teution was r idered and she is I about all right AI Again DAUGHTERSJfeOF THE CON FE AOYIJos H Lewis Chapter Daugh Tv tori of theConfederaoy will meet with Mrs E L Samuel this Saturday afternoon at 8 oclpok A tr lull meeting desired r MRS ST LEAVY tM President = DEVELOPMENTS COME THICK AND FAST Following quickly upon the Keels of the action of the Democratic City Committee in the selection o the officers of the primary to b held on Thursday September 21 combs the following card from Mr Kennor Taylor one of the nand dates for Mayor Frankfort Ky Sept 11 05 To Frankfort I enteredthe race for Mayor many months neo subject to tho pnrtybelieving bo allowed to not for itself through RpproRuhInIn the committee delegated b the Democratic party of Frankfort with the duty and responsibility of impartial service to all the Demo crats of the city there has been formed a working majority known as a subcommittee and this selfelectd II subcommittee hay polltlasr strength to the State machine and is now attempting to forestall party nation ands deliver the primary nominations to only such candidates as are acceptable to the ma chino In open contravention of the elec thin lawb this subcommittee hasso chosen election officers that most of those appointed to act t the polls are known to be favorabl- to machine candidates while it has actually given the machine candidates the sheriff of election in every single precinct in the city This subcommittee has taken action which prevents the next City Council ticket from lining se looted by a vote at the primar exoluIsivpatronagtoof its machine candidates myClutynotonlythose friends who lav offered me their support to hereby withdraw from the primary nud to announce myself as an independent candidate for Mayor trulySENNER a FIRE AT TYRONE A fire at Tyrone Anderson coo ty on Friday night destroyed the big department store of Bottom Gee a saloon a barber shop and theMeth dist Church The was some 20000 the biggest th little town has suffered in a ton time How it originated is not known as yet A little life may be sacrificed to youdontOil on hand for the emergency TUB 61 BUTTERFLY SKirt I Trade MarK Will be all the rage this Fall Watch for it OTIS EVANS ESCAPADE Otis Evans who was adjudged insane and sent to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum at Lexington nightas brotherinlaw Mr Hearn at Jetts and drove the family out of the houseIand Detective Chas Noonan and Deputy Sheriff Ed Pierce wen sent fo that plane and captured Evans whom they found asleep in a second story room Ho f IntIy attendtiv iuuj viio incivjuiu uuiiiu here for him The attache of the Asylum came Wednesday and took Evans to Lexington on the 741 C l O on that evening He wit have to be closely guarded or he will wake further trouble Dont let the little ones suffer from Eczema or other torturing skin diseases No need for It CRntharmany drug store 60 Dente TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TO JAP atANESE NAVY The flag ship of Admiral Togo of the Japanese Navy one of the finest and most modern war vesselsI afloat was blown up and gather with 500 officers and sailors by an accidental firs in Sasobo nightI caused by an overcharge of electricity It was the worst thing that has hav pened for the Japs since the war began Luckily the Admiral was not on board Je ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED On Sunday afternoon Weirfiger the 18yearold son Henry Weisiger colored attempted to step into a skiff on the South Side of the river when it floated away from him and he fell into the river and was drowned while try bodyIwas after tniddlge d an inquest and the verdict was in accord with the facts STARTLING MORTALITY mortalityitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one r NoLife14 Custom House Place Chicago toConstipation25o at all druggists e TWO INDICTMENTS IThe grand jury has returned two against Calvin Now ton One charges him with th murder of George Smith and tit other with the murder of JAP D Smith He was brought into court plead not guilty and the case was set for September 29th the 10th dRY of the term o I A SOURCE OF CONGRATULA TION The recent Methodist Conference reassigned Rev J O A Vaught to the charge of tho church in this city The many friends of this en thusiastic warmhearted and lov able preacher rejoice that ho is to be with us for another year NUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS EvrythiueZis In the name when it comes tQ WtQ Hazel Salvo E C DttWitt fc CpM of Chicago discov ered spme o how to mako a salvo from Which Haze that is ft bleed1ngeczema outs burns bruises arid 8alybase to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by J W Gayle e Ijc tI 1 i wro WINTERENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BY Y M C A Assocpeople in Frankfurt who would be glad to take advantage of a whole some course of entertainments and consequently has selected five of htyentertainment courses They are the best talent that the Coit Lyce um Bureau of Cleveland can provide They are not classed as lecturesobut entertainments of the highest acursee260 season tickets Everybody interested in the suc oess of this course of entertainments 1is asked to lend assistance to those who are promoting it Mr McKenzie R Todd has kindly taken charge of the department which is a sure guarantee of its success Mtrs Drug Stores The course must be guaranteed October 1st There are five attractions from the Colt Bure will consist of loci l talent making six entertainments for 200IDyspepsia Cure Digests what yottat d GUILTY HEAVY FINE Judge B Fulton French of Win chester who was on trial for con CourtIes and Callahan was found guilty on Saturday and fined 000 The contempt charged was running oft witnesses from the trt Marocbfm MadBEST FOR CHILDRENI Mothers be careful of the health of your children Look out for WhoopIpleaseContafW Gayle BUGGY AND HORSE RECOVERED Mr L F Sholton the Ann street toabuggy some we kgo by lilting to a rascal was fortunate enough recover tho same Mr D Ow sunIhyThe rascal made good his escape The horse and buggy were in go dof shape but Mr Shelton is out 50 btside theM se of the team tad blood and indigestion a bonltess thorn SAILOR JEAN This gentleman reached this city on Wednesday morning on his trip to visit aU the capitals of the Stttt in the Union Mr Joan started from Augusta Maine on April is 1103 and expects to ompleto h 22000 milo trip on a wager f 5000 on October 1st Im He h visited a total of 84 Capitols so fa and bids fair to win his wager ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL When indigestion betimes chronic it is dangerous Kodol D spep8I Cure will cure indigestion and troubles resulting therefrom thus proven ting f of the Stomach pr eVbrrof League W Var To nQ suffering from iQ digestion o1 sour stomach I wool JUne sa there is no hotter remedy than Kodol Dye U9psia Cure I have IJpatlcol Dyspepsia Cure dige4 vhat you eat sn makes the stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle I li The Advance Guards Of our Fall purchases are here The newest ideas in Ladles Tailormade Suits SkirtsaMisses and Childrens Cloaks Also a swell line of Ladies and Childrens Furs Our Dress Goods stock is 1vaavescellent values at 50c to 150 per yard fewin 1 alprudent will wont to make their selections early If buyrIstore CIk r BRO AT BRIDGE t J 4ni Monday last Mr D Mnade Vqodson brought to the city a box peaches containing 20 which were the finest we have seen this Ijyear They were raised on his place two miles from the city on thsizeIAtoTORN BY VICIOUS DOG 1 Mr E M Cog swe 1 a hucksters was badly torn by a vicious dog on the South Side on Saturday Both CoggsRmnrketr byrDEATH OF COL R S TRIPLE Tiiplett former Rep illresentatire and Senator from Da viess county but later A resident of Louisville died at his home in that city on Monday last He was fattier of Mr GeoV Tripletfc at one time a Representative from Daviess county He was well nown and popular here where he nuurled his first wife wile was the v Isister of Senator Goo G Vest of 1 Missouri illri Mr Wilmot H Kidd left Tuesday for a trip to Alabama and Texas Mr Lucien Burnam of RIch- mond is the guest of friends here Miss Margaret J Page visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr J C Gudgell of Lawrence burg was in the city Thursday r Mr A M Harrison of Lexing- tons way in the city Thursday Mrs Wm Lindsay left yesterday morning for Cincinnati 1 Mr Leslie Rogers is the guest of Ins brothers and sisters in this city Mrs E J Coleman went to Lo Isville Saturday to visit relatives Mrs Kate Weitzel of Washington City is visiting relatives her Misses Ruby and Eva Mack visited at Valley View this wee Mr J Gray McLean has returned from a trip to Atlantic City Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned from Bowling Green Mr Pollock Paynter line returned from a visit to Atlantic City Miss Verlie Kenney has gone Georgetown to attend College Mrs PatMcDonald visited friends in Louisville this week Mr John L Zeigler returne Monday from Danville lfiIiss Edna Bridges is visiting p relatives in Louisville Mrs Walter G Chapman visited jffriends in Louisville this week Miss Una Wright visited friends jin Louisville this week fMrsS A Powell is visiting rela tt Maysville this week Miss Mary visiting he- Y r k Forksiof ThosT WSltHinde Miss the Elkhorn Nora Marshall has gone to Lexington to matriculate in State Oollege Mrs R L Stout of Versailles isVrith her husband Judge R L I Stokt at the Capital Hotel Miss Ottie Rupert of Greenup has rome tolbis city to reside with- i her bro Mr Joseph Rupert Mr Edmund Taylor left Tuesday krfolrDanville whore he will attend central University 1Mr E E Abbott Jr left Tues for Danville to attend Central University Mrs W H Kidd and daughter Elise visited relatives in Winohes ter this week- Attorney J S Cline of Pikeville was in the city on Wednesday and called on us Capt W M Insko of Carlisle was in the city this week on rave F nue business Mr Ben Marshall Jr U S Navy Portsmouth N H is at home on a furlough Col St John Boyle of Louis ville was in the city on legal busi ness this week into or wife of city or Tuesday State Tuesday visit his jF Mrs Robert L Greene has re turned from a trip to Bracken i county Mrs Jas L Watson of LQXIng ton was the guest of her sister i Mrs Jennie Card well this week J 0 Beckham qf Shelby vinewas in the city on legal busi a ness Tuesday Secretary Paul Swain of the local Y M OA left Wednesday for Anchorage If 6i I ft Three Special Valuesrr In the selection of our large tock for Fall nnd Winter we have never sccun d such good values in Ladles Misses and Childrens Underwear We have the Forest Mills Brand separate garments and combination suits in cotton and Wool White Gray Cream Red and black iBrandHon TuesdayI uperiorherewe from the Ninth District was in the city Tuesday Mr Cecil Farmer and Mr Allen Crittendeu left Tuesday for Dan ville to enter Central University Locke left Monday forDirLexington to matriculate in State College Mrs G C Logan of Lexington was the guest of her nephew Mr J A Battertou Monday Mr John M Wilkins of Bowl lug Green was the guest of rein tives hero this week Mrs Ernest Bell left Monday fo Lexington after a visit with be parents Mr John L Jones an wife Loxsu State College 31Irs B M Turner of Lexington RogerskJudge Wm MoD Shaw Circuit Judge of Kenton county was in the oily this week Mrs Guy H Briggs and have returned from a visit to Lox ington gootogoods for the big MoCIure store Moj W J Seitz of West Liberty citdMr Elliott Ford has returned to Georgetown where ho will attend College this year Miss Lucy Church and Mr Thos Church left Wednesday for Oak yule Texas Mrs A P Kavanaugh of Pine Bluff Ark is the guest of Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh Todd street Mr G Allison Holland of Emit nence was in the oily on legal busi ness on Wednesday Mr Emil Sorp who enlisted in the U S Navy recently came home on a furlough this week Mr Allen Bond of Lawrence burg was the guest of his cousin Mr Paul Collins this week ChioagoInight Mr E C Shipp of Epp county was the guest of relatives here this week Rev J O A Vaught returned from Conference on Wednesday R R Parsons of Lexing ton is the guest of her laughter Mrs O B Demaree South Side Miss Margaret Rogers and Mrs Sallie Zeigler Kent have returned from Torrent Mrs John P Hartley attended the wedding of a friend in Louis ville yesterday Mr W T Lindsey wife and chil dren of Tryon N C are guests of relatives here Miss Aubyn Chinn left Thursday- for Lexington to matriculate at State College IMrs A M Slack and son have returned frutn a visit to George town Ifr Frank H Johnson and wife of Louisville were guests of here this week Mr George Huffman and wife leave this morning to visit Mr R D Denson and family in Louis ville Mr James N Miles and family who have been living in Lexington for several years willfeturn here next week to Mrs L S Graham is visiting friends in Louisville Mr John Corbett U S Navy ofI Portsmouth N H is at home on furlo hIMiss Sue French of Springfield Ills is of her grandmother MrsMartha French street flS i tif1i fi Wednesday Lynchburg Va where Miss Nun entered school Mrs Woodruff of Knoxville Tenn who has been the guest o her sister Mrs W S Johnson Second street has gone home Mr S D Johnson and wife are in New York City purchasing tockfor their dry goods and notion em poriumIMr and Mrs Magruder of Green ville Miss who have been guests of Misses Chinn Shelby street have gone homer Judge John D Carroll and Mr Castleds this week Mrs Hannah Hardin of St Louis Mo and Mrs Bernard Graham o Lawrenoeburg are guests of Mrs A J Graham Third street Mr Owen Pattie Smith of Mo Kinney Texas who has been the guest of his great aunt Miss Lucy Pattie returned home Thursday Miss Beth Woodson of Owens rJboro was the guest of Mr J D Kennedy and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side Col J L Rodman and wife who have been visiting her sister Mrs A U Booth in Louisville hay returned home WyCrossfield of Lawrenceburg wore in tho city Thursday Mrs Hiram Berry who has been spending the summer with her niece at Toronto Can has re turned home Mrs Thos A Hall entertained a the Country Club on Wednesday morning in honor of Miss Esther Burnam of Richmond Mrs P W Oliver of Fowlerton Ind who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Jennie Polsgrove has gone home Mr Edmund Buckley has gone to Rose Polytechnic Institute In diana to matriculate for the ensu ing year Mrs Autrey Fishbnok of Lex ington who has been the guest o her sister Mrs H H Roberts has goO home andsThursday fora visit to their old homes at Covington and Warsaw gonetotion as matron at CampbellHager man College Mr Ferdinand VanDerveer of Hamilton Ohio who has been the guest of his sister Mrs John W Milam has returned home Mr John W Tremere wife and daughter Miss Georgians visited his son at Wilmore last week returning home Saturday Mrs S C Bull Sr and grand son Samuel Jr left Friday for Irvine to visit her daughter Mrs W P Williams Mr John B Dryden Sr and wife left Monday for Dayton Ohio to visit their daughter Mrs Ross A MoCallum Mr S C Herbst proprietor of Old Fitzgerald distillery sleft for his homo Jat Wis on Saturday Miss Margaret A Lewis and Mr J B Lewis spent Sunday in Ver sailles the guests of Mrs J B T Lindsay Blaynoy of Danville was the guest of his neythedaughtertives at Knoxville Tenn have returned home Mrs Walter Violett of Louis returnedhome herparents j of Bloomfield eminis transferred to LaGrange for the next year flIrs J O A Vaught and daugh ter Elizabeth who have been guests of MrH K Ward and family in Versailles have returned homeIMrs C C Jones nee Ida Ken nedy of Eddyville who has been the guest of her parents Mr J D Kennedy and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side has returned home Mrs Lizzie Campbell is visiting relatives near lmavin Ibeen called there by the dangerous of her brother Mr Robert Ritchie of Caldwell county Diastefr Hopkins county wore guests of Gen and Mrs N B Hays street this week lhirdI Mr Paul Collins dinner on Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Jane S Watson who is to be married to Mr Olayin the near future Col Joe Canter the great and only of Cincinnati came over t escort the Frankfort Mens Club to that city on Thursday Col Canter was as lively a ever and that is saying lots ocompfniedbyand sisterinlaw Miss Tommie Creel went to Georgetown Monday where the young ladies entered College Mr Thos P Rogers Mr W H Watts and Mr Ed Porter Thomp son Jr went to Lexington Tues intHume COLORED MAN LOSES FOOT A colored man by the name of Wm Johnson from LaGrange at tempted to get off of an L N train at Jette yesterday when he slipped and fell and had his foot mashed off by the oars Surgical attention was rendered fSOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TIle Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND IIOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANn SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fu tureHGet the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is acquireAt y of naming you rates We have the equipment the train service the chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT LJ IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE LOUISVILLE KY CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Have Always Boueht Bear the- 8LSnatara tlwt2 piece dyed Taffeta si kfti i ISee J r J iu l wI See our 2vd wits Table Linen at 60o lj KILL THE COUCH i AND CURE THE LUNCS J9NewFOR cONSUMPTION Price riOe Free t 100jSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK ISlv BUYS BIG FARM Judge A R6llins Burnam off ursIfarm contained over 1800 acres priuu pad by the Idifferent buyers was S2 Mr C Coy of Richmond purchased the home place of 80S acres at 12210iper acre sMrs Hainl H Stone formerly oficity isa daughter and heir of sCol Huntley Mrs C M Cloy of the other IDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BuceeiBf ul treatment for blood and skin dlMMM Illinois Central RB Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Individual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Hf Railroad Company will be held at ChicagoIllinois1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting Were will be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE ORlMORE SHARES of the capital stook of the Illinois registeredat the close of business on September 20 1005 who lueBdaYi age A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from tho station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO AND RETURN such ticket to be good for tho journey to only during the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING forIonly on the day of the meeting and the T FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING when properly countersigned and tflor1905 that is to say between a m and 500 min the officeit lumay be obtained by any holder of stook registered as above on cation writing to thePresident of the Company in each stockholder must indiViduallyIiapply for his or hot Each application must state the full StooklJoldelexa= togetlmergith persoqwillregisteredA 0 HAOKSTAF11 51td Secretary Jf J1O i Gives the stomach sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach stomach and catarrh the stomach cure pared at the MtcryofZODiWiU aScklee v8 YSUITSThat 8500Very S CureIndigestion dyspepsia guaranteed I DII rMT Eft Maisth Rem For by J W ABATEMENT OF DISEASE Wo authorized to state that there only two or three cases diphtheria in the city about usual that found a any time As an evidence also that the disease Is abating the country a leading drug house in forms us that the antitox ice medical specific now gen- orally used has fallen off until i has nominal There has been entirely too much panicky talk in regard to this We would the last per to suppress the facts about it exaggerationT = efBEAUTIFIED BY NATURE The vacant lot the corner of Bridge and streets with its unsightly dump pile hills and bottoms has been turned into a thing of beauty and a Joy to the eye by wild oucunlbor vinos which have overrun in every direction carpeting the ground and festoon ing the trees and fences with gar lands of green adding additional to the already many beautiful vipwe from the Olair street bridge e RESIDENOEIri Mr Lafayette Wells will shortly begin the erection of a now resi deuce upon the lot adjoining his home Ewing street which will occupy with his family when completed and sell or rent the r house occupies present CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized announcer Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor the city subject the action the Election Novem berVl905 20te i JIf FALL SHOWINGi are correut In every detail even the lower priced ones being well tailored 1600 Long Black Blue Cheviot Suits plain or mixed 2500 to handsome showing newest effects in fine suits the new fall colorings Choicest styles from the high class builders of Ladies Suits Iw FARMER Dyspepsia rest to Cures nervous of A rats- Wttmt 8earo of th can be in be son at it St bn he he at 1I to of of to of or snuetttnla1Kflees trial or cent visa 1 sale Gayle number become disease Second charm NEW DEPOT GOES GLIMMER IS G As has been expected ever since thttion of the projected new depot ha been abandoned When propert- was assessed at a total of about 10000 was held for about four becausetit common sense should have made it manifest that so wide awake a corporation as tin L N R Co would not stand for such a CAME IN AUTO gougeI Messrs W L Negus A Kee and Geo B Hunt of Greenville Miss arrived in this oity Friday having come all the way in an automobile Who says that the South is not i the swim when a party can come all the way over Southern roads in an auto- COURT OF APPEALS TO GON VET The September jn of the your- of Appeals will feet next week a very heavy docket oUJetimeable to sit This makes the work of the other six judges much more arduous e HUNTING FORBIDDEN The closed season on quail squir rols and rabbits is oil now and will not reopen until November loth dontforgotthe law A NEW FOOTWAY A now and substantial footbridge has been erected across the rnilloIon Ewing street to supplant th old one so damaged by time as t be dangerous to pedestrlnuI SKIHTS We show an unusually choice assortment now fall styles in skirts each one distinct SergeSkirtFine skirts 800 to 1200 PLAIDS For Waiet and Chil drens Dresses are the vogue We have them plaidsbeautiful 50c Wool and Silk Plaids Scotch effects SEX NOT COLOR THAT COUNTS A 0 tkerMr U fireatlr flwn rtc etl fry aua Iastaa ef Wow FoUtvacM 1st Pmfclle IedtI Well suh said a southern visito io New York reports the Sun I ha always stood up for my section wb n eoms to politeness but I saw thing in one of the kyarc of aa lna train in New York that knocks the spots off ofour boated highbred genI comfortablyfilledsteps a couple of cvllud citizens I reckon Ill have to say culled in New York One of the citizens WM a worn TJM1weredrMdTher was a very stylishly dress e1 young man Cancassian race next ta culloiIJust then sub my Caucasian friend in his stylish getup arose and Uppin his hat to the cullud woman says Have my seat And doggone if she dida 0 take tit jest M though she was in Ute habit of havin white sea her a leatICaucasian it made me that mad You thoa d Syou nevah would see a niggah take a from a white man But this huh New Yawk politeness seems to drfew no line I confess to you sub I wouldnt adone what that New Yawk man done no sub At the same time I allow that it was the genuine article I reckon though Its mighty scaoe INDIAN PRAIRIE DOG HDNTX VfrMh of the L1KS A lisBl0 Is DIa Dalaty Dlak br 0Xavaje Rho Navajo Indian while he cannot isnI aniIImalcoveted dainty One of them ia by the aid of a bit of mirror placed at thg Whenthet anf deep underground he sees a familiar image mocking him at the front door and he hurries out to confront the impudent intruder when he is pinned to the ground with an arrow But the most effective method U what tire Indiana call the rain hunt As soon as the steady downpour of mummer rain begins every Navajo who can walk repair to the prairie dog village with hoes sharp sticks or any digging Implement With these they hollow out trenches that will manyIburrows as possible Soon a little stream is pouring down each small home and the inmate much disturbed post out to see what the matter can be Many of the animals remain underground until they are drowned and their bodie float to the surface After such a hunt in which many generallyore a many n the Navajo huts J1t Jf EiiJ f OLD TAYLORs ti THE PREMIERI KENTUCKY WHISKEYt C k TAYLOR JR SONS Preprfiftn ic Frankfort Kentucky I t 1 I I i tt fV 0 V at SILKSAre for Suitsi a 100 for 86 inch Chiffon Taffata n changeable effects MORIE SILKS In the now effects CARPETS AND RUGS Sep housefurnishings andVelvet200 fur Smyrna Rugs worth f3 00 Extra Values in room size rugs BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY I1gton Ky Dec 1 J904 ILex leave Lexington for Paris hour from 0 9a m tqj 1m except 11 am 1 and pm- t Leave Paris for Lexington every mexLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 8 and forI12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunKs leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leave- Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school canIstreetE Phone 610 Home PJnon 1274 Y ALEXANDER tf PresidentI GET THE HABIT AND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE MARKETS POLITICAL NEWSI rNEWS RAJLROADI BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH INSTRUCTION BY PHONOGRAPH Oerr apcmd Bce Schools Now Uw Itto Teach Varioas Laagaaaea Statlats toICorrespondence schools which un to teach languages by mail found a useful adjunct in their in the phonograph dition to the iaual instruction pelpci retagknowledgeknowledge r bo gained by the ex change of rc rd cylinders between instructor rod pupil It ig claimed m11acquirea M oft u M finds necessary and thiMfo r4 upon bin memory every Al ct prpavjutatioB MIl ialeS J ll t IiAf I STRANGE ADVICE Dr G O Green gives alert attention I to his great humanitarian contract weBted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or We have specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor JWe not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as manyn man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such qweknow by the ex perience of over 35 years that one 7 cent raebronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one iM large bottle of German Syrup work wonders fNew trial bottles 250 reg ular size 750 At all druggistA For sale by J W Gnvlfl t DAILY EXCURSIONS W- St i TOLEDOf By the Magnificent Stamiof Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat tramsReturningSundays 000 1 u Fare to Detroit unhnutedround trip Sl Bxcuriloiu srSundays78c aoomealsSptctal Rate to SoolstleC- losocennectinsatDetroitwithsteua en the Soo Duluthetc nearestRafroadAgentorwrite ft F TrMgr WH QOLOENOJfJL- rouse e Illinois Central Seventh River Louisvillero- 1U Memphis A N O Ltd No 104FaLeaves 040 m Arrives 745 a 102Le JIm No Local Mall No J22 pmIviUo Stops at all stations Nol8BLMYC8400pm toodgenvilleundays Bto iiriminsBuaDmlly rt 1ar1fyw4b f TFran 4ffahuT Entered nt the postotHco at Frankfort Kei tuckyns secondclass nwilnble matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 16 1905 TOO LATE TOO LATE There is a great host of wear men and women toiling on throw h life toward the grave who most ay sorely need just now tho cheering words and helpful ministries wile we can give The incense is Bath ering to scatter about their coffins but why should it not be scattered in the hard paths on which thei feet today are treading The kind words are lying in mens heart unexpressed trembling on they tongues unvoiced which will bespoken by and by when these weary ones are sleeping but why should not they be spoken now when they are needed so much and when their accents would give suol arrbut why not out thorn now to brighten dreary lives and dart paths t Many a good man goes through life plain plodding living ob- scurelyt yet living a true Christian life doing many a quiet kindnes to his neighbors and friends ye seldom hearing a word of com mendation or praise The vase fluid with the incenao of affection are kept sealed The flowers are not out from the stems One day you stand by his coffin and timer are enough kind things said to have brigbtendd very hour of his life if only they bad been said at the right time There are enough flow 0 ers piled upon his casket to hav kept his chamber filled with fra granoe all through his years if only they had been sent day bj lay How his heavy heart would have thanked God if in the raids of his toils burdens and struggles he could have heard a few of the words of affection and approva that are now wasted on ears tha hoar them not How much hap pier he would have been in his J weary days if he had known hoe many generous friends he bad But poor man he had to die before tho appreciation could express itself Then the gentle words poken over his cold form he couh not hear The love blossomed out too late Ex II Two million Americans suffer the Il torturing pangs of dyspepsia No- need to Burdock Blood Bitters cures At any drug store REPAIRED We are happy to say that the cirdssirig In front of the Custom 4House has boon repaired so far as having the covering of the gutter replaced thus closing a dangerous hale wherein some one wire liable to be crippled at any time heretofore We return thanks to those who attended to the matter Ill a Cow gave 1it Butter mankind would have to Invent milk Milk Is Na cures emulsion butter put in shape for diges tion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does c far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi tine In the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O941 5 Pearl Street New York 500 and t100 All druggists 1 W1 fi t fir 1i r dI 1 Shattered Nerves and WeaK Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alway1leadsially where the tients hearfis weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a blood tonic which speedycorrects and regulates the hearts Wood and improves the circulation It will build it did Mr Crawford whose letterfollows and greatly improve your general health have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in left arm und shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on my left side had smothering spells pelpltateIsuffering great distress and was so restless nightotdayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I well eat well and weigh 163 pounds 1 am happy moneyIwhile I was mT R CRAWFORD Center Texas All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address DrOJiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind HELP A CHILD TO FIND A HOME The Kentucky Childrens Home Society has grown to be one of the greatest child saving agencies in America Tho success of the work is due to tits good people of our State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless desti tute children tinder our care Sixty or seventy bright sweet children are sent to UP each month and it is necessary in order to pro vide for other neglected little ones to find good homes for tho children now unfler our care Have yon a child in your home If you have do you not think you could take another little one to raise and rear into good citizenship Will you not help us by giving a home or finding a home for a child of any ago from infancy to girls and boys of twelve years of JeTJ10 Master said Inasmuch as ye have dope it to one of the least of these yeNiave done it unto me If you are interested in the work write for particulars to a GEO L SEHON State Supt Room 515 Masonic Bldg Louisville Ky HANDSOME INCREASE The receipts of the Postofflce in this city show a very handsome in crease over that of last year at the same time Take for Instance the month of August which is gen erally one of the dullest months In the year in business The receipts this year show 600 greater than for August 1004 The total inoreap for the year beginning Spptembe loot and ending September lastImade one of tho most efficient and popular omcers who over hold the place He is a genial gentleman whom everybody likesIWe say this because it is due Capt Drape and not in disparage ment of any of the other gentlemen who aro after tho genial Captains shoes BOTTLING IN BOND ON LARGE SCALE The Hermitage Distillery of W A Gainos Co has Just completed a new and uptodate bottling house for bottling whisky in bond It is very much larger than that in use heretofore The first dump was made pn Saturday last and business will be rushed from now on as that concern is behind on orders for this class of goodsI BUYS RESIDENCE Mr John A Klober the Bridge street confectioner has purchased from Mrs L B Castlenian her house and lot on Short street Souph Side The consideration was 1850 lash This property a year ago could have been purchased for three or Jour 1b urid eddollarsl s JI 1 det bw riv tbhpao 1 Sf J I 1l v Pi lGl JWL IWIt f1J The State Fair opens at Lexing ton on Monday next September 18 and continues throughout the week Wo can not too earnestly urge upon our citizens the importance of attending this FaIr It should ho and no doubt will be a Fair just such an was hold in the old times before the late war when everybody and his wife and babies went to Lexington and had a royal time at the Fair For some reason or other there hasfor a number of years been ade clIne in the attendance upon Fairs generally the people had ceased to take the old time interest in them but in the last two years that Inter est has reawakened and when the managers of Fairs have given n genuine Fair and not simply made them a cloak for a rncemeet their success has been assured and the people have turned out en masse We ore assured that the State Fair will have due regard to all the interests involved and not simply seek to advance the Interests of the noble horse however commendable that may be and if this is done squarely and Justly the State Fair will not need to urge the people to patronize it but they will come freely qnd Joyfully as of yore Turn out everybody and help along this good cause SS OXOnABean tile SlpatJrtet Alite Han f S1 OASE Nine years ago a horse was stolen from the barn of Mr Diokerson In Owen county It was sold several times and finally came to the hands of Mr Stephen Black of this touts ty Ho purchased the animal from ft Tennessee trader who had purchased it from another and so pji Mr Dickerson brought suit against Mr Black fur the horse in Judge Polsgroves court The Judge de cided that as the animal had been in the possession of others more than the statutory period of five years and tho party holding it now being an innocent holder for value the statute of limitations apt plied and dismissed the petition Dr Weaver Syrpp and Cerate f BuceeABicl treatment for blood and skin dlaeaaea WANTEDA BOY Wanteda boy A brave cour ageous manly hopeful boy one who is not afraid of the truth one who scorns a lie one who hates deceit one who loves his mother one whb does not know more than his parents one who has the cbifr age to say No and stick to it one who is willing to begin at the bot tom of the ladder and work up wards one who thinks it would be unmanly to smoke one who thinks an education is worth striving for one whp is willing to obey his su periorsone who knows his home is better than the street one who doesnt believe tho marvelous tales told in the story papers and will not read the vile stuff one who wont cheat in a fair game one who wont be a sneak and doa mean act when unseen one who wont spend every penny he earns or gets one who thinks he should respect himself and keep himself in decent appearance one who wont attack an old man because ho is feeblo and defenseless one who wont torture dumb animals one who wont steal one who wont revile and jeer at drunken persons on the street one who wont do a dirty act for another hislowna boy a wholesouled earnest honorable square boy Where can he bo found LOT SOLDI Mr John R Spiers has purchased from Mr W G Sargent a lot on Logan street between Fourth and Campbell a part of the old Dick Glore place fronting 82 feet and running back 195 feet upon which he will shortly begin the erection- of a home Tho price paid was 400 IFor forty years Dr Fowlera Ex tract of Wild Strawberry has been ouring summer complaint dysentery diarrhoea bloody flux pain noverIJ J t J n lT l J Pleasant toakJi5 r f n I rl l Laxative yrup1ii NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONt i Ask Your Doctor And He will tell youLaxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about aMnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts rare irritating to the intestines I t r LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vega i 1rL table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringIabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as- Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness t Bloated Feeling etct0 Y our money willbe returned if you do nnot like it better it auJI1any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLE k Tobacco Bellows Blowers SKdW Hoes Porks Spades Cradles and ringergaY Scythes and SnatchesSc- ythe Stones Wheelborrows j t h Thresher Machine Oily A1I ff j Tarpaulins Jrtl Monkey Wrenches JJr tit Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 1f5ftJ FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc I r August Sales f 1 lir Last call on Silks Silk Organdies MInv i Grenadines It You save 25 per cent on the dollar by purchasing now Jj Silkolines 1 yd wide beautisful designs reduced to 10c Table Linens Towels Sheet Lugs Muslins greatly reduced It p tJ HEENEY d v t lJft It 4I1fA I fI i r i tif fJr lr ltrof I 1h r III IIrTIIE LAST CHANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS j STAMPING GROUND 4 t BornTo Rev W H MoCrorie and wife Sunday September 10 a IsonErnest Jefferson Mr Mo pastor of the Christian Church Mrs W H Boone of Lexington Jis the guest of her daughter Mrs O MoCrerie e Mr Jaok Toles has purchased from Dr A Stewart onehalf in terest in his drug store The firm is now Stewart Toles I purchasedfromand lot on Main street opposite the hotel for 1500 cash Mrs W H Gatewood returned Sunday from a visit to relatives at ti OwentonMrs Frances Bond sold her household ellocts on Saturday Mrp Frances Bond and Mr Wills and wife are with Mrs Mattie Kelly Marshal John Richards has pur CaptMt cost 80 and is sired by the cele f brated hound Niok Carter who hast Tendered such valuable service ii JW Died Near Stones Mill Mr ij Newton Barber aged 80 years of ioI appendicitis He leaves a wife and i one The funeral and burial BaptistriiI kJ Mr Geo M Tilford has been dis from the Regular U S il lcbnrAedRoundabout V en one gets Bullnrds Miles M K M Old i John or Marguerite Flours they get a Flour made from sound dry wheat as the mills at which tQlse flours are made are located in sec I tions so are enabled to draw their supplies of wheat from States that harvested and threshed iCtheir wheat and it on the 1 i 1m in firstclass shape while- local mills are compelled to use 1t wheat that was harvested and threshed damp Wheat once wet Ili rcannever be dried to make first h It will pay those 0rrwanting good Hour to ask their grocers for the above brands Call i o me before buying and I gil- li N tell you4aall about it rt JNO E AGENT Yr FurnishingGoods Wallace French Line- nUnderwear r y j t worth 300 Suit For 12 Price r All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear worth 200 to 400 Suit For 12 Price Broken sizes t Every Straw flatM h In our house For 12 Price Choice ot all our Fancy Hosiery for 25c worth 50c to 150 All our Belts forz2 Price Everything in this sale for cash and nothingsent out on approval Ky boarding MrJ R S Sprake and wife visited relatives in Carroll Gallatin and Owen counties last week Undertaker J G Blanton has gone to Cincinnati to take a course of study in embalming He will attend the Clark Embalmers Col lege He will be gone several weeks wife in Owen county and who came home last week were compelled to return to Owen on account of the diphtheria scare Rev G M Hill and daughter Miss Mary Mr Alvin M Duvall and daughter Miss Ella Mr R L Thomason and wife Mr D H Duvall and wife Mrs Lida Adams and Mrs Addle Johnson attended Elkhorn Association at Mt Pleas ant Church Jessamine county last weekThe many friends of Mrs Martha Wilkerson the venerable daughter of the late Rev Jas D Blank and sister of Dr E H Black paid the last tribute of respect to her mem ory by attending her funeral at Providence Church and the burial in our cemetery Owing to the all services at the churches have been discontinued and the opening of the Buffalo Springs Academy has been postponed for the DtJs Early The ffamotM little pm Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be prepared for it Dr Thomas Eoleotrlo 011I Monarch over pain 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 better at by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free 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 the consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer cline you will find that of the thousands of consumptives All 2= Piece Mixed Suits For Price Large lot 3piece Mixed Suits and 2piece Black and Blue Suits Spring and Summer weights 20 and 18 kind for 1350 15 kind for 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 kds 300 350 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 225 250 Oxfords all kinds 17o 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfords all kinds 106 100 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords rEt Main Street CRUTCH SIMPSON Frankfort MILES OhU1dren diphtheriaspare presentUNO Risers expectoration benefitedI Clothing Department 12 ER CURE YOUR KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life When a Frankfort Citizen Shows You the Cure Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lame ness headaches languor why allow themselves to become chronic invalids when a cure is offered them Doans Kidney Pills is the Com edy to use because it gives to the performIf you have any oven one of the symptoms of kidney diseases cure yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in testimonyJstreet carpenter by trade now re tired says For nigh on to thirty five years I was subject and weakness in my back The trouble I know came from the kidneys especially from the loft one this being the most atfeotdd Some times I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take me In my left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weak ness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night and it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all practically failed to give the prom ised and expected benefit It is the recollection of these very facts which makes me so appreciate the remedy which also me a genuine and lasting benefit Ire fer to Doans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it I will always recommend Doans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that can be depended upon For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf falo N Y solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other CAN YOU EAT J B Taylor a prominent mer chant of Chriesman Tex syas I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all Ltrength and ran down in weight All that mono could do was done but all hope of recovery vanished Hear ing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it The first bot tle benefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and QurodigestsSold by J W Uayle LX KENTUCKYS il BIG- 6 STATE FAIR TiAT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IN PREMIUMS 25000 9rl 6 IPREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER tIrATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH S 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Piecol1IFor Catalogqo or Further Information Address GEO A RAIN Secretary Lexington Ky J IValueSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place I j JOHN D RIB COLL r216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky FARM FOR SALE A farm of 240 aores near Louisville pike about two miles from Frankfort all in a high state of cultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobnooo land and suitable for dairy purposes Two good dwelling houses on it Two good orchards with all kinds of fruit Good outbuildings Two good barns for tobadco Some of the land in onehalf mile of new State Capitol For further informa tion inqtiirdat this office 602m i fr IN S NOTICE All persons indebted to Mrs Allle V Jones are hereby notified to call at once and settle and those hav t ing claims against her estate will requiresbyW VAUGHANExecutor f At County Supt of Schools Office Frankfort Ky 60lmt mll Early Risers Tht1 famsus Uttle pinka 0 St Now is time building BARN itIWe carry a of V Crimp and CQrrgeted1i STEEL ROOFINI RollGalvanizedTrack of kinds Hinges Strap Hinges Screw Strap i I Royal Roof Paint Lime Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled 1 IIif Both 807309 Phones Main the for Scomplete stock all Tee and Hinges and MARRIED R MPSlEA DoG REER In this city on Saturday Mr W B Hemp t stead and Miss Grace Greer of Louisville were married by Rev A B Chinn rector of Ascension Church PARRISHCURRYOn Monday Mr Lafayette Parrish and bliss Clara Curry were married- KALTENBRUNFEDrERAn aptpreaching marriage r R Kaltenbrun and Miss Mary Fed ler of Louisville The happy event will occur Wed besday evening September 27 1005 t in LouisvilleDr is one of our rilost skillful and popular dentists He Is the son of Dr V A Kalteubrun and is a favorite with all who know him His bridetobe is the daugh ter of Mr J C Fedler of Louis ville and is said tQbe a most Charming young lady oxPtended in advance a ri A BANGUP TRIP MenslOluba special train over the F C and Q C Railroads leaving this city at 030 a m and arriving in the f Queen City at 1080IThe Club marched to the depot in commas of Capt John W headed by the Second al Regiment Band At the Grand Central Depot in Cincinnati the Club were met b a big delegation of the Oinoinnati Mens Club headed nI 4 erIleJnwas The big brewing plant was thor oughly inspected after which the crowd were taken on street oars to the Zoo where all the wonders of n that famous resort were shown After having enjoyed the sights of the Zoo the parry disbanded to meet again at the Chamber of Com merce at 6 oclock where an elab orate banquet was served The usual amount of Kentucky oratory was uncorked ably backed Up the Ohio artice which is no- sluch and the whole affair from start to finish was a grand success r The party returned home at 12 oclock that nightshaving enjoyed every moment of the time The object of the trip was to draw closer together the business i Interests of the two cities to the mutual advantage of each It was a mutual admiration so ciety clear through and each voted the other a jolly good fel low with eyes wide open for business r BIRTHS p BARRETT In this county on Monday to Mr Thoe R Barrett and wifea son- CRUTCHFIELD In Pittsburg f Penn on Thursday to Mr J S r Crutohfleld and wife nee Alice Pilkington a daughter Catherine RULEIn Pittsburg Penn to Mr Arthur R Rule and wife nee Bess Bacon twin boys Arthur and Richard 0 MTORIA et JjIff t 5f Jrkr Ji P C SOWER 8c CO A1 eAhnys IHht DEATH OF DR HUGH LEON ARI TOBIN This sad announcement came as- a shook to our city His death occurred at oclock on Thurs day night at Popes Sanitarium in Louisville Dr Tobin was the third son of the late Mr Lawrence Tobin and Mrs Mary Tobin He was 44 years of age and was a physician of fine attainments and standing He had been physician at the local penitenitary for eight years in succession and had also served in a like position under Governor Buokner For some time Dr Tobin had been troubled with a painful in testinal disease which baffled the skill of our local physicians and had recourse to an operation for re lief The operation was performed some ten ago and contrary to the hopes of the surgeons he did not rally as fully as it was hoped he would On Thursday the case assumed a dangerous phase and his brothers Mr Richard To bin and Mr John Tobin were sum moned to his bedside He sank rapidly and the end came as stated Dr Tobin was highly esteemed for his integrity and ability as a physicianHe and nine chil dren three brothers three sisters and his aged mother to mourn his untimely end The remains were brought home yesterday and the funeral and burial will take place from the Church of the Good Shepherd to day Rev Father Thos S Major conducting the sad rites The sympathy of a wide circle of relatives nnd friends is extended to the bereft FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a mile from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised ldtters for the week ending September 16 1005 Arbuokle Mathew Arbuokle Phil Banks Lucy Beck Victor Bowles Alex- Bransome Miss Sallio Bush Miss Sallie Carnes A B MaggioGaren Gregory Mrs Parker Hall Willie Harrison Win T Hawes Albert 2IHicks Carborn 0 Johnson Ed Lewis Mrs Mahala Loving Miss Susie Lye Miss Mary McDonald Mrs Bob Masian Ligie Mason Miss Mary W Maxwell Gee Miller Charles Powel Mrs Avis Rodgers Nicholas Roberts W M Sohrtefer Aug H Semones Mrs Malinda E Sheets Hugle Smith G W Trimble Sam I C White Miss Mattie V Young Mrs Luey W Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M =eaBUILDING A HOME Mr C S Vermillion has com menced the erection of a new residence of seven rooms on his lot on Logan street between Third and Fourth streets which will be a handsome improvement to that part of the city BEATHS YAGEL In this city on Monday Mrs Mary Yagol aged 60 years from a stroke of pnralysisIMrs Yagel was a late Mr Joseph Olberman She was born in Germany She and her husband Mr George Yagel conducted a grocery store at the corner of Broadway and High until the death of Mr Yagel a year agoShe leaves three sons Messrs George Edward and Joseph and one daughter Miss Carrie two stepdaughters Mrs W F Nickels and Miss Mamie Yagel and a large circle of friends to mourn her death The funeral services were con ducted on Wednesday from the Church of the Good Shepherd by Rev Father Thos S Major and the remains were laid nway in the Catholic cemetery a V ettu Deese lit terana7 The whole cabeerriee of Qcrmas regulated in a way to make th American envious of German institu boas writes Bay Stannrd Baker it Seen in Germany In most cities large proportion of the cabs are pro vided with taxameter little dial placed in front of the seat and so arranged that they indicate just hov much the passenger owes at an given time For instance when yet take a cab in Berlin the indicates shows a charge of 50 pfennigs U cents aa soon as you take your seat and as you drive the figures change 40 pfennigs at a time and when JOT are ready to stop you pay the sum in dicated by the dial no more no less Thus there to no chance for extortioi on the part of the cabman and ni disagreement as to charges a feature of disagreeable prominence in Jondoi and Paris And it may be said ii passing that the charges are generally very low compared with thoee fa American do- esQueen and Crescent8 snoitest Route AND QuIckest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS s AND r TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E 8KEIT P A 19 Mail Street Lexfiftw Keitdcky relltilcky tr BestI m t 1 r i4J t ir We have had for many yars the reputation of all Ii irv 1 n t what IS best 111IIf inr i Sterling SilverFVIII tft And of never allowing a hint t of inferiority to show anywhere Anew line has just arrived the well known trademark of the as Gorham Manufacturing Co Which stamps them as the preeminent best of their kind The corn prises j Knives forks and Spoons f j v And larger pieces as well We hope you will examine them rf t M A Selbert I Reliable Jeweleri t BACK TO THE FARM Mr J P Hostetter and family who have been residing on Wost Fourth street since last fall moved on Thursday to the farm known BB the Nev Blakemore place which he recently purchased near Farm dale a FRANKORT CEMETERY CO Notice is hereby given to the lot owners that an election will be held at the store of R K MCCLURE SON between the hours of 10 and 1 oclock TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1005 for the purpose of electing seven trusteesE L President l4t rn7r i Frankfort selling bearing assortment t IiIIt ITRADE map1WokirpatentapeCommualcatlonaetrlctltooneden J iPateneperte1 sake wKhoat CWfie In the Scientific flmcrican A I1lJ1d1omeJ trtoted w raraeairek I ealatioR of aer a WIo journAl Terms N i1C = eaten Jw xl1ITelephonNo RELIGIONS 0ASOENSION EPISCOPAL roezSunday September 17 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser j men 980 a m Sabbath School in the hapol 780 p na Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780p m Evening Prayer Friday 780 pm Bible Study Teachers Meeting at 716 pm The public cordially invited to Attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in chapelChristian Endeavor Society has adjourned until Octobe- rPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society has adjourned until October l Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev father Thomas S Major rector r Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 1 m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m l FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p Morning subject The Church and the Child Evening subJeotliThe Story of a Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Baraca Class at 945 a m taught pastorBaptist Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Leader John W Hoge P Topic Answered Prayer Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JHCROHRev J MoO Blayney i DI D tho pastor will preach at 11 a evening service- SundayschoolIIi at 980 a m j Young Peoples Society of Chris than Endeavor at 680 p Prayermootingr Wednesday even ing at 780 m U Visitors cordially welcomed r METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m i Sundayschool at 945 a In k Junior League at 8 p m I Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday mv3to attend rr PRESBYTERIANICHURCHRev t pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 ip mPrayermooting Wednesday at iii f 780 0 Vr Everybody invited to attend THE PACIFIC COAST t ItrV Do you want to live where the climate is mild tho year round where the resources are more varied thefitt roPslIlids profitable investment Both f health and opportunity await you CoastfvlatheChicago Union Pacific Northwestern Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern P T M O N andfulllnformation s fi jI t joi FLYER Ne 69 S D JOHNSON COFlyer Days This Week 022 Friday and Saturday SeptJI0tJi and 16th Flyer Prices will be given ont NEW FALL PERCALES GINGHAMS BED SPREADS TOWELS A Nice Lot of Penangs to close out at 5e per yd LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL IMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Daily No2 Stations INo1 INo8 No4IEx Sund j Ex Son PM A M M PM IALeave Leave 7lArAr 225 745I 0 Lexington 0 1010I 605 810 825 20 Winchester 670 a56 918 40 Clay City 4 400 023 Stanton 828 480 485 954 57 Natural Bridge 67 801 401 440 1008 bt Torrent 747 847 511 1029 Beattyville Junction 720 826 610 1180 DiI Jackson 625 225 SundayTrains for points on the O E Ry Trains Nos and 8 connect at L E Junction with the 0 O By Tly for tIt Sterling Trains No8 and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with the L ARy for Beattyville and local station JB BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No 84 No 22 88 No Daily Daily Stations 1No Daily Mls Ex Sund Ex Sand MIs 1A M Lve P M LyeJAMAr PMAr 0 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 925 280 O K Junction 885 1126 848 168 Wilhnrat 117 1198 18 830 162 Hampton 400 pW 128 Leo 510 122J 19 10I 741 122 Hefochawa 518 1228 716 105 Cannel City 643 12M Nos 21 and will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent After Exposure to snow or rain a cold comes DR BELLS- PINETABHONEY will cure in one night itwill always prevent a cold if taken on coming in out of the wet Delightfully pleasant to the taste Good for children Good for everybody Gentlemen Last November was taken with a severe ceJd and used a bottle of standard expectorant and was not benefitted in the least then tried another standard cough cure but with no better results than with the expec torant was then recommended by a druggist at Coving ton Ca to try Dr Bells PineTarHoney and after using one 25c bottle was completely cured This testimonial was unsolicited but you are at liberty to use in any way may choose In my opinion you have by far the best cough medicine on the market trulyI Ola OMPM Coughs and QIv44ls Strength to the Lungs Over 4000000 as bottles were sold during the ear loot on an i absolute guarantee Out of this vast number of sales monoywas refunded on only six bottles This roportion8 out of 4000000is so exceedingly small that it hardly makes a In tho solid customers This is tho unprecedented record of the most wonderful cough medicine on i er LOOK FOR THE BELL ON THE BOTTLE II 25 cents 50 cents and 5IOO Bottles Prepared by E E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO Paducah Ky f MAPLE CITY ShING I t fl Comfortable IFeet Any feet can be made so and kept so by dustinga little GAYLES Antiseptic Foot Powder in the shoes each morningI It prevents friction Absorbs excessive perspiration and keeps the feet cool and comfortable If your feet itch burn or blister just try Gayles Antiseptic Foot Powder If you are not satisfied with it we want to return your moneyPrice 15 CentsI illW GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky FOR SALE CHEAP A 5horse power direct current 500volt electric motor For sale cheap Inquire at this office 61tf = Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Orate ior skin eroptfeng 1 RDO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about tha hacking cough or demoralizing col you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybowhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continue- use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 750 At all drugi sts1yrKENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following dates fixed by the different fair associations throughout the State for their 1005 exhibi tion have been announced Ky State Fair September 18 6 days V qdaysFalmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro Oo oberlO5JdaY8 L 51N r 1 v rr 6iy 1 THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coup try 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 Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin play ground ellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and r mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever and to Fandwould pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Louisville for his office is literally illustratedliteratureinformation will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long die youBothBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky I OF INTEREST TO TRAYrELERS passengersdesiring Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as iItoberNo 9 at Louisville until 600 p n1INo 6 at Lexington until 480 p m No 14 at Burgin until 410 p m All interested will please be governed accordingly tf Dr Weavers Syrup 0131tIPuUea the blood Cerate oJatment for the frankfortiCIQCIQQatt The Midland RotiteNLocal Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 Pli4K200IJ Lv D FrantA 25M 90 6 28 Summit lfl 18 211 6 Elkhorn 1111 2 6 Switzer 6 58 8I703 Johnson 36 2 712 Georgotown 68D 2 lil 716 Q S 8 26 2 713 Newtown u 864 807sa Centotville 8 669 81117 Elizabeth 8 6 M 646to Ar ParisILv 8 642 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q dConnects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BBTWEKN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P M MIP1C MIA 20 iLr Frankfort Ar IA 7m Lv Georgetown Arl at r 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 80l 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AMIPMI PM 620 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 Lv Georgetown Ar 0 83 8 40 Lv Ar 5 88 t 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 0 L Frankfort 2 47P rgetown Aill 825P 60A dliP Winchester L 7 AJr181M 9 60A A VMaysviUa L 6 8 21A A Oynthiana L 30P 54P A A CincinnatiL 266B HAYBP ft J sfiI = a4tes ir a IF KENTUCKY METHODIST CON l FERENCE APPOINTMENTS The Kentucky Methodist Confer ence which met at Covington ad journed on Monday afternoon The following are the appoint ments for the ensuing year Frankfort District W T Rowland Presiding Eldtr- CorinthF D Parmenter FrankfortJ O A Vaught GeorgetownJames A Fuqua Ghent Gratz S M Sartin HintonA Redd- LRwrenoeburgT S Ragan MillerRhurgW C Harton MontereyJ M Robinson Mt A Penn- New ColumbusW A Hosteller Oddville B O Beck Paris L Robinson PetersburgW L Selby PolsgroveAnson Gates Port Nelson f Ruddles Mills C O Fisher Bftlvisa E J Terrell Warsaw E E Holmes Chaplain State Prison T F Tal- iaferro Shelbyville District D W Robertson Presiding Elder BeardsJ H Williiams Bedford E B Baird Beach Fork Arthur ORear Bloomfleld N F Moores x Campbellsburg L O Adams Carrollton N T Chandler ChaplinW S Maxwell lhristiansburgE C Savage and EminenceH fiPleasurevilleLagrangeC T Nugent Milton George W Boswell I New Caf1UeP C Eversole Shelh vl1leC J Chandler Simpsonville J Dickey r Taylorsville T W Barker Missionary to Cuba C H Gre- errConference Missionary Secretary E C District E G B Mann Presiding Elder i Camargo and Grassy LiokC F OneyOomptonW F Wyatt Clay CityG D Prentice College HillC W Williams French burg and Olympia Clar SippleHazard HindmanW K Mc ClureIrvineJ W Jackson JaoksonW W Green Lexington Ep worth W J Mar phia Lexington Hill streetU G MoreheadGeorge Froh Mt SterlingH G Turner su LancasterYNicholasville W F Taylor su pernumerary F W Noland OwingsvilleO L Bohon W B Ragan and C A Bromleyersall1esW S Grinstead West Liberty E S Wilson it SavageWinchester Crook ett Kentucky Wesleyan College J L Weber President W S An derson Professor r AcademyPStudent 1C A Gossett rlDanville District J W Presiding Elder suppliedkW Welburn Burnsider Robert F Jordan rhinJ R Ward JDanville E H Pearce East Puluski and South Somer letT T Heir VaughanLancaster LondonA P Jones Maokville Peter Walker Middlenboro M W HinerI IPerryvllleJoHinh Pinevilln and K Dickey SinvyerI Todd Richmond F N Hill Salt River J M Johnson MolntyreStanford suppliedWllmoro su pernumerary J W Hughes Covington District J S Sims Presiding Elder lexandrin1 B Cook i Augusta and Dover E K Ar noldBrooksllleW M Britt ButlerM S Clark California F A Savage Covington Scottstreet Felix B Hill Jr- CovingtonElevonthstreetW O Sadler Cynthinua J L Clark1 Erlanger and Walton Ed Allen FalmouthB F Chatham Foster E L Grie- vHlghlandsJ P Strother Hughes Chapel and Big Bone 0 A Tague PikernWrightKMaysville District J R Deerinz Presiding Elder Bethel and rjharpsburJ TJFinerC4 C F Evans East Maysville and ConcordC P Pllo MlsslonBenryMarlnFlemI6gsti Gerinantown S Pollittr supernu1nerary Little RoclF B Jone- sMaysvilleF K Struve Moorefleld W L Glnrk Mt Carmel J W Gardner lIt OlivetJ W Harris Stilt WellS G Dills EoklerSpAtesTollsboroughO Wile RoseberyWashington F Cosby VirginiaConference DarlingtonNorth R H Hobbs Memphis Conference S W Peo pIes South Carolina Conference H R Mills sALL IS READY Preparations for Big State Fair Complete Splendid Grounds Temporary Buildings Erected Prof J Si Duss Leader of Famous Bund September 1823 For the past several months these dates have been impressed upon the people of Kentucky in every possible way They have been posted on bill boards they have gone out on letter heads they have appeared in innumeraIenewspaper- adverti aments and reading nu lioes They are the dates on which the Big Kentucky State Fair the largest and most pretentious ex bibition of the kind ever attempted in the South will be hold THIRD STATE FAIR This is not Kentuckys first State Fair There have been two others One was at Louisville in 1902 and the other at Owensboro in 1903 The first was a moderate success the second from a financial stand- y point was a disastrous failure Quite a number of fairs were held before the war and one or two after it closed Ed But from a consideration of the adDvantage to both must bo counted beneficial This years fair will be held at Lexington That feat alone is enough to arouse the enthusiasm of the people of Kentucky and to guarantee its suc cess For Lexington is the center of the States live stook and agri cultural interests Around her are grouped the most important lot of thCbreds for trotters for saddle and carriage horses From her blue grass pastures go forth the export cattle which furnish Christmas beef to Englands most favored lords Her sheep are served as choice viands to royalty in many countries of Europe- LEXINGTON IDEAL LOCATION Lexington is a great place for fairs She has a way of giving better fairs than any other city in the State could ever give and the invariably makes a success of them Is it any wonder then that the State Fair located at Lexington with 15000 appropriated by the State pad a guarantee fund of 12 600 put up by her citizens to offer financial backing with 25000 to be given away in premium money is it any wonder that under those circumstances the coming State Fair should arouse mar d and widespread enthusiasm Indeed tile wonder would be were there not such enthusiasm For it there is every good reason Under a management ithrft can not be Ex celled with an enthusiastic Board ol Control basking up an efficient and popular secretary with menu Itffejirgeof 4tbvar1buB tfepartirients who have intimate knowledge of the detail work necessary to secure- 1 the best possible exhibits the suc cess of the fair is beyond doubt assuredImanagement was most fortunate in being able to secure the grounds of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associa tion This plant is probably the most complete of its kind and for its purposes in the world The grand stands are adequate and com fortable The mile track is not only one of the fastest but one of the best from the standpoint of trainers and horses that could be built The grounds themselves aro everyIlatest and most approved patterns and the whole plant is of a kind that could scarce be improved It is splendidly adapted for the hold ing of a State Fair- TEMPORARY BUILDINGS However for the requirements of this years fair it was necessary to erect certain temporary buildings where displays of various classes of stook might be properly given and where that stock may be com fortably housed while it is here For this purpose a large plot ground belonging to the Gibson esI tate and immediately adjoining the grounds of the Kentucky Trot Hug Horse Breeders Association was leased Hero hundreds of workmen have been and are now busily engaged completing these temporary buildings On RcoountIof the crowded condition stables of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association it was necessary to provide accommoda tions for horses To this end 76 box stalls have been erected 9 by 10 each There are eight cattle barns of dimensions 100 by 22 feet which will care for 50 cattle each There are two sheep pens and two hog pens each with 64 stalls 4 by Besides these Mr L C Price the proprietor of Penmoken Farm will erect a barn where his Shet land ponies will be housed A ten 80 by 6 feet will be provided for the poultry display The magnitude thelfaots held fri Lexington the uattle have been judged on the track or grounds in front of the grand stand Bu the classifications for this years fair are sc large and there are so manyexhibits to be given that it will not be possible to do this Hence a large tent 40 by 130 feet will be placed to the west of theI betting shed for the cattle show A tent for the sheep show and one for the hog show will each be be tween the buildings erected for these two classes of stook NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS Tf yon over took DoWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or con stipation you know what pill pleas ure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver nnd rid tho system of nil bile without producing unpleasant effects Sold by J W Gayle GASH OUT IN HEAD Mr H T Smith who lives on the Flat Creek pike was hauling a load of rails on Saturday when one of them slipped from the top of the wagon and struck Mr Smith on the forehead cutting a gash two inches long to the bone Dr IiolosingMr Smith will soon be all right again e STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS When your ship of health strikes tho hidden rooks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you art if KingNvw i J W MoKinnbn of Tolladega Springs Ala writes I had beTeii very ill with Pneumonia under the gotangDr Kings New Discovery bottlethroat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at all druggists bottlefreeiPr Weaere Tt anent snppatitl ethejRodCeratlleatleiYl4e- reC9irr IV W 031 11tW TUKWIcertesIffy JiJ 1 sIIslml1 PronwtedTJigfeitioaCteerfuI 1e5sandI cor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC 1i OltlSNIlDJJ1fIl JMOUSJIt 4ltiH r4 JA tion SourStomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvutsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSimlle Signature of NEW YORK IEXAcr COPT Or VHAEPEB SEPTEMBER SUGGESTION II How Psychic Pictures are Made Realities by AutoSuggestion is BepteUlber ulogytresearch suggestive therapeutics autosuggestion practical hygiene buildingecourage optimism and while recognizing the importance of bygenic laws it shows the necessity of correct mental attitudes in the pursuit of health SuggestionPublishing IIing Chicago Ill geaalncLaxative the remedy that rnroM a epM In eae tar New Fast Train TO Colorado UTAH ANDTHE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now train leave St Louie 19I m flatly to same 1010 m dailyDoablo daily service- Through sleeping for BanFran Excursion tfckrnow on sale For addressRTray Pass Ant Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSBND Gen Pass Agt Louis Mo FARM FOR SALE A farm of 174 acres good land well located will sell cheap Inquire at this offlce Cltf TIlE COLONELS WATERLOO Huueytloo from Livpr and Kidney trouble It a recent letter he I was pearly dead of these complaints and although I tried toy Tftmily doctor jie did me rio g rJ I got juBltttr4n4earthyou the knpjwjedge to nia otheinV KidneyDiseaso bottler I J ICASTORIA rf For InranIIaIid Children The JI d You Have Akyays Bought tf-t Berstthet Sig turn f 0 ft J Thu J KindrY- ou d Nave Always Bought tl CASTORIA Iit Ir i l I jnat lDrwhat a horse needs when in bad Jcondition Tonic blood purifier an j vermifuge They are riot food bf f medicine and the best in use to put p r thorse in prime condition Price I cents per package For sale by JW Gayle andr r It iIi IOsteopathic Physician y I Office at IMainWill he in office DAY and SATURDAYt4a tf 1- sf 1 tii 11cjVo21 No SOUTH t AM PM J rr Lexington 820 530- TI ktort flflj 608- fbollirvllle 708 tr luafafllle 111101 900S No27 NotNORTH s fAM PM Or Louisville B90 600A 7K0Knuikfort JiINCREDIBLE BRUTALITY rtrttSyracuNe 1Mygash over his eye so I Buoklens Arnica Salvo quickly healed it and appliedlifIeye tt Good for burns soul too Only 25o a fall drugJ el RWtg BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIAB t VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION T LOUISVILLE REORNTATION t 1v Ifr R and Parlor Can cc Drying Room Slv kffrnoj I H BACON P A Or4lltan4Maaketit GeaIs