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J r tOJ s l J r f 1 THERiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 1 00 In Advance VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 23 I90b NO a- REFUSED A MANDAMUS The County Election Board met oil Wednesday last September 20 and by a vote of 2 to adjourned pOAtpon1InAofficers for the November election and tho registration officers for Oc tober 3 The law provides that paid Board shall meat and appoint these officers not later than September 20th t1 takenFit Republican member of the Hoard Oapt C C Furr and the Repub lloan County Committee applied I for a mandamus from Judge Stout compelling the Board to discharge law thoir duty as required under the Argut was heard by Judge b toutJU Wednesday night Mr John W Ray representing the itPlajntitIB and Mr Wm CromWell J7Judg Stout refused the writ on r the ground that no injury would accrue to the plaintiffs by the post j ponqinent 4 The plaintiffs claim that it was tx appointmentjf work injury to their interests ELECTRIC LIGHTS ON AGAIN y ro The breakage at the Electric Light plant by which business + h uses have been cutoff from elec trio lights has been repaired and tho lights turned on again This Iss welcome thing as the streets ii wore not near so well lighted up without the lights in the show windows of the stores t PERrCEREMONY i Rev Geo L Horine of Graefens t V burg pastor of the Methodist i Church was granted license to per C form the marriage ceremony in the r county court on Saturday t V ELEOTED DELEGATE TO r V STATE CONFERENCE i Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox was elected by Jos Hr Lewis Chapter k l Daughters of the Confederacy at i the meeting held Saturday to at w tend the State Conference at Bir mingham October 20th APPOINTED PRISON PHYSICIAN Dr C A Fish of this city has been appointed Prison Physician to succeed the late Dr Hugh LTo binDr Fish is an able young physi cian and surgeon who has built up nOne practice since he came here a tow yoarsago from Richmond He was appointed by the State Boaid of Prison Commissioners We tender our congratulations COURT OF BLES FOR FALLrERMI The Court of Monday last for tho September term All the judges were on the betf6n except Judge Cantrill and Judge ORoar w Judge ORear was detained for a day or sobu took his seat later onJudge Cantrill will not sit this term MOVED HIS BASE Dr L T Minish advertises in todays paper that he has changed his office from St Clair street to tho rooms over Mr Guy Barretts News Depot on Main streakHispatients should bear IIDeWIW a Early Risers The fanteIM little piKe RECRUITS FOB U S NAVY The Naval Recruiting Station has enlisted the following young men who will leave tomorrow for Newport News W V Coke Alton Culter Chas Rhodes Chas Oliver James Riggs Stoddard J PnynpIthese with those formerly en listed from this city make quite a goodly crowd l a METHODIST LADIES EX CHANGE The tallies Aid Society of the Methodist Church will reopen their Exchange for the fall and winter nl1Isado cakes pies candy and other delioacies suitable for Sunday diiif ners Give them a liberal share of pat ronage i lY4r TUB BUTTERFLY SKirt T Trade MarK Will be all the rage this Watch for it FallI BIG DEAL IN TRACTION LINES Wealthy Company Buys Out Lox ington Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Electric Roads One of tho biggest deals of the year has been closed out and the transfers duly made It includes all the electric lines now in existence or to bo constructed in the cities of Lexington Paris George ton Winchester and Frankfort The amount of money involved is about 8000000 The deal as engi neered by Mr Louis DesCognettes President of the Lexington Belt Lines assisted by Judge Jere R Morton and was with a big cor poration of Philadelphia financiers This is one of the biggest things for the Blue Grass region that has over transpired It puts new life into the traction line from this city to Versailles and from Ver sailles to Lexington beside a num her of other lines which have only had franchises granted and surveys made J We have been informed by a gen tleman in a position to know that the line from here to Versailles will be put under contract at once and pushed to completion if pos sible by tho first of January A large amount of money will be expended in our community and it behooves every one to heartily second the work that means so much for the prosperity of our growing and thriving city The settlement of the capital question gave an impetus to affairs that has long been needed and now that this is to be followed up by the building of this electric lino and other enterprises which are booked it is high time that we were coming up to the measure of our duty ns a city Every effort should he made in clearing away the obstacles in the way of the erection of the big union depot so that our transportation facilities may be adequate to the demand APPOINTED Dr N M Garrett of this city GoyerInorSurgeons National Convention which will meet at Detroit Mich next weuk Dr Garrott was a surgeon of tho Fourth Kentucky Volunteers in the Spanish War and afterwards Contrast Surgeon in the Philiiplnos Tills is n deserved compliment to an able and efficient physician and surgeon STAR LINq MORTALITY Statistics show startling mortal peritonitisawful diseases there is just ono re liable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flanneryref 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Biliousness1 25o at all druggists WHY NOT BRING IT HERE The rumor is out that the Old Masons Home and farm near Shelbyville is to be locntodI a more advantageous chased If this be so why shall not the city of Frankfurt make an endeavor to secure it This city is centrally located and a good farm can bo purchased at reasonable rates upon which to erect the build In sIt is well worth trying for NUMEROUS AND WORTHLESS Evrythinn is in the nave when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DuVitt Co of Chicago discov ered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specifIc for Piles For blind blood fug itching and protruding Piles eczema outs burns bruises and all skin diseases DoWltts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits genuineSold THE FUSION TICKET Tho friends of tho movement to nominate a fusion ticket for city officers met at the Courthouse on Monday night and nominated the following gentlemen MayorKenner Taylor City JudgeD W Lindsey City Marshal Novill B White FOR CITY COUNCIL First WnrdF G Stagg R W MoRory L F Shelton C L Gayle Second WnldJ M Perkins M T Mitchell JB Eggleston C Steele Reading Third Ward A H McClure Thos A Hall John N Crutcher W F Niokles BOARD OF EDUCATION First WardlA B Hammond Second WardJohn E Kirtley Third WardJos R Elliott There was a large crowd present Mr Taylor accepted tho nomina tion in a few appropriate words The fight is now on in good hard earnest PRISONERS FOR THE PEN Mr Henry Collins of Campbolls ville came up Monday with four prisoners for the penitentiary who were sentenced at the recent term of the Taylor County Circuit Court SAD SUICIDE The sad news was received in this city on Friday night that Mr Wm M Combs formerly of this city but recently of Owensboro had committed suicide by taking laudanum In that city that day Mr Combs was a genial whole souled gentleman and had many friends in this city where he resided for a long time and whose hearts were saddened by this unItoward event Let us cast the mantle of charity over his faults which have thus bitterly boon answered for and re member his many virtues as jolly friend and brother 1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat VERDICT FOR f550 IIn the snjt in the circuit court of Ben Marshall The Frankfurt and Versailles Traction Co the jury returned a verdict of 550 in favor of Mr Marshall on Monday after noun An appeal will no doubt betaken rBEST FOR CHILDREN Mothers bo careful of the health of your children Lookout for WhooplugOne Minute Cough Cure is the best pleasantContainW Gayle IuhJEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW LOUISVILLE The attention of young men contemplating a law course is directed to the catalogue of tho Jefferson School of Law located at Louisville Tho purpose of tho h institution is to furnish an opportunity to the young men of Kentucky nod tho South to obtain a liberal pro fessional education in our State metropolis Tho faculty is composed of some of the ablest lawyers and judges of LouisvilleWrite Judge Shackloford Miller Dean of tho Faculty for further information ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL When indigestion becomes chronic tpe18hlClI1etroubles rosultinji therefrom thus preventing Catarrh of the Stomach Vnior sour stomach I would soy there is no hotter remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have proscribed it for a number of my patients with good success Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes tho stomach sweet Sold by J W Gayle l utterfii 1 Skirts We have exclusivejcontrol for the city of theIButterfly Skirt shown for the first time in our todayEvery it boforebuyihg her Fall Slcirt LADIES HIGH GRADE- TAILORMADE r Suits The kind that fit and give satisfaction to the wearer We have them in the new shades of Green Gray Blue Black Brown and Castor We have a large assortment asrTightfittingLoose fitting Long or Short Coat Special vat ties at 10 and upwards Missus Childrens and Infants Cloaks A grand stock to select from the newest styles and hit oat shades all sizes theSYpricps are within tIll reach of nIl C ikoiN c BRO AT BRIDGE It A S TOFa = J Bears 6lgaatars of II J1ho t r t F t i J 1 fi i t r Fall Opening r jl I ON MONDAY SEPT 25thIAnd after we will be ready to show our elegant new stockof I L Dry Goods Notions Readymade Garments Wool Cress Our Wool Dress Goons department the largest and best assortment in every new fhmio seen in Gnon fGJay Wine Plum Blue Plaids and in every variety of material New Silks in Jain fancy and plaids The Wash Goods department shows Ginghams Percales Cambricks Outing Flannelletu Calico etc Great Linen Values The Readymade department shows Suits Skirt Kimonas SwntPrs Waists CTloal s Furs The underwear department shows everything in LadiKs Misses and Childrens Omnents Unusual values will be found in the Ladies Misses and Childrens Hosiery department The very bUotIValues will be found in the Glove department rid Silks and Wool Our prices always right We cordially invite an inspection of nIl immense stockt CHASJWEFTZELI PERSONAL Judge W R Cross of Monticello was in the city yesterday Mr M B Hiffnor of Versailles was in the city on Saturday J Miss Lettie Crowe of Richmond 1s in the city Mlas Daisy Hazelrigg visited her sIster in Paris this week t Mr John H Switzer of Switfcor was in the city Sunday Mrs James Sullivan is visiting 3n Lexington this week Col B H Koberts attended th 1 tate Fair at Lexington yesterday relitgivesMr W Ci Kehr of London I- sthe guest of relatives here Mrs S M Saufley is visiting her parents at Stanford Mrs Viruinia Jett visited rein tives in Louisville this week Col Henry George of Mayfield Is the guest of his son in this city Judge John A Fulton of Bards town was in the city this week Col Alex 0 Drtvezao of Coving ton was in the city this week Mr Emmit M Diokson of Paris was in the city Monday Mr A Logan lfekee of Cincin coati spent Sunday here Mr Geo L Barnes was at home visiting his family this week Mr L A Trnmbo and wife left Tuesday for a trip to Tennessee 1 Rev C R Hudson visited rein viiives at Franklin Ted this week Mr Toe LeCompte of Lexington spent Sunday here oyn a ibiminesn trip to New York City Judge J R Morton of Lexing ton was in the city Monday Mr Isaac R Locke of State Col lege spent Sunday here Mr Adolphus Wells has returned ffroin Lexington on a business trip Mrs Nazor of Brazil Ind iR the guest of her son Mr A W INazor South Side Miss Ida Dryden was the guest of SVIr J W Morrison in Lexington this week Mr Adolphus Wells left Thurs day for a trip to Chicago and Mil waukee and other points- Commonwealths Attorney N A jHalstead of Bardstown was in the pity Mojdny Prof 7 J Ruoker Ph D of Georgetown College was in the t oty Monday Mrs R L Grinstead attended the State Fair at Lexington thi- week Miss J E Foreman of Louis dine was the guest of Miss Lul Nelson South Side this week Cal Thus A Hall has returned from a visit to his mother in Nel apii1 eutauty- Misrt Grannin of Paris who has liewi the guest of Mrs Grant L Roberts has gone home Judge W H Holt of Louisville Attended the Court of Appeals this E E Hume sand daughter Miss Eleanor have returned from New York City Mr John JE Glenn and wife have returned from a visit to friends in LexingtonMrs W Coleman of Beech mont is visiting relatives at 833 hi fetid street Miss Ruth Ely Trumbo is visit ing her sister Mrs M F Wood in Lexington Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney vifitod his son Prof T Lindsoy Blnynoy in Danville this week 1 Ni I bt fi l Mrs W Anderson Gaines and son Russell of Warsaw are guests of relatives here Mrs Lida Sandifer of Covington who has been visiting her mother here has returned home TuesdayforingsvUle Mrs DP Davis returned Sun day from a visit to her parents in Shelbyville sonErnestguests of relatives hereI wifeef Miss Nettie Waloutt of Lakeland is the guest of Mrs H S Keller Ann street daughtorleftDose N Y Mr R G Higdon law clerk for Judge W E Settle returned from his vacation on Friday night Capt Jas E Blackburn uf oitySunday yesterdayforwill enter the Law School Mr Lyne Herndon wife and child are guests of his sister Mrs Clar once Julian near Bridgeport Mrs Dr Bryan of Georgetown visited her daughter Mrs A M Slack this week Misses Chinn entertained at their home on Shelby street on Thurs day with a delightful musical Mrs J B Tyler of Princeton i the guest of Mrs W H Kidd Fourth Avenue Rev Wm Crowe attended the Presbytery of ureville this week Dr Wm Kehr of London was a visitor here this week and called in to see us daughtershavu returned from Atlantic City Mrs H A Gretter and children who have been spending the sum mer at Honesdale Penn returned home Friday night Mrs A M Slack entertained at inIJudge E O ORear wife and children have returned from their wh9retheyMiss Emily Allen and Miss Dob orah Parker who have been visit Jug in Washington for two weeks returned homo Wednesday night Miss Anna Thornton of Paris who has been the guest of Mrs hassthenJer week Mr B M Turner and wife of Lexington who have been guests of Mrs Harry Rogers Conway street have returned home I Mrs Hiram Berry who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W L Cannou at Midway has returned home Sergeant A H Innes U S Heavy Artillery Fort Monroe Va is at home with his mother Mrs H B Innes on fifrlough Mr Caleb W Merchant Jr and wife of Louisville were guests of his parents Capt C W Merchant and wife this week Mr C French Thompson and wife of Dossett Tenn visited his parents Mr L P Thompson and wife this week Capt C C Calhoun of Washing visittoon Friday night IIIi Mr Thos W Hinde who has been on his farm near the Forks of Elkhorn has returned to Chicago Ills ManaJinJtEditor routeyMr R E Hughes Secretary of the Commercial Clqb Louisville made us a pleasant call on route Lexington on Tuesday Capt I T West and wife and Mr Jas B West who have been visiting Mr R M Bergman and wife at Irvine returned Tuesday night Mrs W D freer Miss Myrtle Greer Mr Ed L Atkins wife and daughter of Paduoah wero called here to attehd the burial of Mr W WIrt Epperson yesterday Mr J Buford Hendriok wife and children Mrs Mary Hendrink Mrs Chapman Coleman and Miss Sarah Broomflold have returned from Michigan Capr C W Merchant and wire and Mrs Arthur W Nazor visited Mrs J B Eastln in Lexington this week and attended the State Fair Mr A H McClure who has been in New York and other eastern cities purchasing the fall stock for the bigEtore ofv McClure Son re turned home Saturday Mr Chas F Denson wife and daughter of Louisville who have been guegts of Mrs W H Jeffries Lqgan street returned home Sat urday Mrs B Goltholf and son of beenster have gone to Cincinnati to visit relativesMrs C Norman who has been confined to her room by Injuries while on a visit to her old Boone county came home on Mon dayMr John B Dryden Sr and wife returned Monday night from Dayton Ohio where they visited their daughter Mm HOBS A Mc Callnm Mr T S Robinson and wife and Mrs A B Robinson of Rath coun ty visited the family of Mr C C Hnzelrigg Washington street on Wednesday and Thursday Mr J M Staten of Richmond Va was in the city last Sunday visiting his wife and daughter who are spending several weeks at 333 Todd street with Mrs Sttitens relatives Dr Wm of Corpus Chris tie Texas formerly of this city is PayneIsit and steps about as lively as a much younger man Rev H M Polsgrove and family parentsMrBellepoint left Monday afternoon JenningsLouisiana The Fort Mitchell Country Club was the scene of an informal dance given by Mr Joseph Combs and Miss Mary Combs in honor of Mr Harry J Abbett son of Col E E Abbelt of this city now on u visit to his old home in Covington KILLTHECUcHAND KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION IIPrice Surest and Quickest Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 161v- 1i OUT WITH THE TIDE b nbatt rrtaa et Viur It Will tares obte- a a fthert Ttaa Few persons have any idea of bo fast the tide runs or of how far it will carry an object in a very few hours said the captain of one of the dock departments steam launches accord ing to the New York Times Not Tory long ago a raft of 40 or 50 piles broke up and went adrift one sight at the foot of East Twentyfourth street M these pile cost all the way from eight dollars to ttO apiece they were worth chasing so just as t non as the lou was discovered in ih i r nlng I started out The search continued down the East river and along the Brooklyn side through Buttermilk channel without result Over on the aout shore of Governors island we found eight or ten of the mUsing sticks RidgeIour effort when we reached Port Hamilton But we thought we nIght a well make a good job of it and a little way farther on just beyon- the Narrows and around on the aide of Gravesend bay we found about half of the wayward piles They had traveled down there a dis fence of about ta xati on one tide illIoomany bodies are never recovered lei thcM puM lUBMrikitbU Itlap One of thegreatest curioitiea ie the neighborhood of New York is now to be seen at the foot of the PaUu Between two frame houses built the is a giant bowlder SI feet high and 20 feet wide which fell from a great height at the top of the Palisades and weeping down the front of the cute uprotted big trees tore up tons of loose tone and cut a Wide swath th eigzaggingt rolled in between two frame houses and stopped there The people asleep in the houses when the started They had barely time to make their escape when it made its appearance at their front doors They are now thanking their lucky stars that the enormous atone did sot hit ea of the buildingsI +z 1 11 ++rI1 I+tt ct1tjr tttJ + r 1 p yfttt t b++ Ititt1Ii + t 2ttv tTr iYUultlttgtltlllt117tttn111 ttT ti+ 11 + t1 AJ res +1 JtJrlft rttI + HI+ 11 + +Jt1tfo3 fh I +tf1 i ++tJni t Wth + rt t+ +tb at++ f9f1 = Ii u tCNLF = + 4 WJf 1101fltt In11Ht1IHt11 II- tN ++tbtJ tJt + l + + +Jb + J if trtfrq++ tfttJ++ tf9 bbttf+ ++++++ l t1b++ +if++t n11 rfttttirft114 SMti- 1o o is to Illinois Central R R atwChicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Individual Holders Desired t FREE TICKET Ttt THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois CentralIRailroad Company will be held at ChloagoJlllnoi1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at issuedhMORE SHARES of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regls tered on the books of the Company at the close of business on 1uesdaiSeptember 26 1905 who ageENABLING HIM OR FREElover the station on the Illinois Central Rail rpad nearest to his or her registered address to CHICAGO AND RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour= ney to Chicago only during the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWINGn and stamped during business hours on or Saturday October 21 1505 that is to soy between 000 a in unit 500 p tnIn the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W ticketemay be obtained by any Htook registered as above on appli cation in writing the President of the in but undivldutlllyreekapplication must tnethe full name and nddrtW of the Stock hinder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together IJcerUflcatlto any inn holding of stock as regis terod on the hunks of the Company A G HACK JA FF 51td Secretary r Dome 1r UeI7cab eerrIoe of German 1u in a wy to make th envious of German inatitv Ray Stanoard Baker it Seen in Germany In moat cities large proportion of the cabs are pro tided with taxametew little dial 4 placed in front of the seat and so ax ranged that they indicate just hot lmuch the paaaenger owes at snj r given time For instance when yot take a cab in Berlin the indicator 1 shows a charge of 50 pfennigs V ri cents ea coon as you take your west and as you drive the figures change ij fO ptennigs et a time and when yon are ready to stop you pay the sum in dicated by the dial no more no leu Thus there ia no chance for extortioi on the part of the cabman and n disagreement as to charges a featun disagreeable prominence in Londoi and Paris And it may be said il passing that the charges are general lj very low compared wilt those it American cities fill For Infants and ChildrenI u his Kind You Haw J Bears the- signature of 1 t A PLEASANT AFFAIR r I The Baraoua Bible Class of the ifi First Baptist Church held a camp tct fire meeting at the residence of t RevJ B Fnntz two miles out tB on the Versailles piife on Thurs day night r i The class assembled at the Chapel ifnnd walked out in a body to the pacel appointed A regular camp supper was prepared by the mem bers and quite a number of appro priate talks were made by different members r It was a very enjoyable affair and Xaroused a new interest in tit PHYSICAL DIRECTOR Prof H F Wagoner of Massif a lob Ohio has been secured as Physical Director for the Y M C A for the ensuing term Work will at once he put in shape esSTATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY f The State Bistorical Society will meet in their rooms on Tuesday afternoon October 8 Regular business will be transacted after which Mr J W Town sent of Kentucky University will read an interesting paper besides which other matters of interest will come up 1A full atteridaiiop desired = s ot RESULT Obv DEMOCRATIC ri PRIMARY The Democratic primary election to nominate a candidate for City Judge was held on Thursday The following is the rite v Jas iH Buford s 80 a Wo Herndon 809 JasS Darnell 1961 W L Jett 87 Total 851 utlheJQtal J3rqnoorhtlorvote as 1205art jYOU lI MAYGtJESS I I Iiitl e r t WiJf Qo down to Mossrs R K Mot Clure Sons store old make aj PVji i guess as to the ownership of that guessintffi II e J t5set If you hit the fact you rewardSe lIAY9JtIdJ iWe are authorized to announc1- 1Ir KENNER TAYLOR as a tcandidatefor Mayor of the city L of Frankfort subject to the action fof the people Election Novem ber 1005 20te Unsurpassed Peadv in ladileswoW Suits Cloaks Dress Goods 1 TAILORED SUITS A Coat Suit Is an absolute necessity to every lady answering for light fall wrap Our stock Is the largest ever shown In Frank fort Every garment right in quality style and price We show as largo an assortment of styles as the large city stores 1500Long Goat Suits or natty Jackets In all wool mixtures or cheviots Fine Suits 2500 to 3500 CARPETS AND RUGS Now fall effects Just received We save you money on these REMNANT BARGAINS EVERY FRIDAY ut S FARMER I ABLE AND ELOQUENT SER MON We are in rnceipt of a copy of th Church Visitor a Methodist monthly published in Cincinnati Ohio which contains an able and eln quest sermon which was preached before the Methodist Conference a Springfield Ohio by Rev Dr Howard Henderson September 6th His theme was Autumn Leaves and he took as his text the inquiry of Pharaoh as to Jacobs age and the reply of the Patriarch IIIt was a grand showing of th aen earnest Godly man and that of the drono and the beast In burning words the eloquent preacher warned the young against inoculation with the virus of the idea that life was simply to live fast and have a good time an invited them to the higher an grander life of service und useful ness The sermon proves emphatically that our oldtime friend has lost none of the vigor and pathos with which he waked the people of this city to duty and to service in the days of long ago We also are in receipt of a hand some lithograph of our friend the author for which we are under ob ligations SWEET CHARITY V Arrangement is on toot among the physiciaiifi of the city to induce the Prison Commissioners to pe mit them to serve in turn gratui tously as Prison Physician ant the end of the late Dr ijugh L Tobins term thus enabling the Board to pay over the salary 100 per month to the widow and heirs of tho dead doctor The Heed it great the move a commendable one and we hope may be carried out V J r J LETTERLIST The following is a Jlstqf talver tisod Jetted for the week ending September 28 1U05 i Cole Alfredo lInJinltiIGladwioh H B d Co Hulott Miss Sallle lJohnson Mrs Sallie ar Fedoricb Nickell A Cf I UPage Bon Pryor Mrs Fannie Ru landO S ACe1WilsonPersons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE PM WITHDRAW The following card explains itself eFrankfort Ky Sept 21 1105 Esq Secretary Citizens Meeting KyDear i merited by the nomination given us meettwhile wo are in sympathy with the uprising against machine politics we feel that inasmuch as the thre gentlemen now candidates before the people without previous opposi tion for endorsement and reelection to these positions have given adminef soh flairs they should be en dorseo tther than opposed We therefore withdraw our names n Trusteestyou do not replace our names with those of other candidates Wo are actuated in the above not only by our own preference in the matter enIIpromyThanking you Ipr partiality shown us we are Yours truly J R ELLIOTT J E KIRTLEY A B HAMMOND t FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it cityIiMRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf u GETTHE HABU THErComplete Report oJTHE MARKETS POLITICAL NEWSI INEWS RAILROADI BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATIOfI iN THE SOUTH il 1 i OLD TAYLORJrr11 tIt fLJli tpa jTHEPREMIER rr ENTUCKYf K WHISKEY11 u Kentuckyjt sffiSFfl ri DRESS GOODS Have always been a specialty with us and this season we make IIIthe best showing ever not only in the fine highclass novelties but we have the best display In Frankfort of pretty stylish Goods at popular prices DressI d t r Mercerized Silk Plaids 35c Fine Worsted Suitings in neat Mannish Mixtures 50c fJt All wool Poplin very desirable 75c Unusually fine showing In Black Dress Goods OUTING CLOTHSIA special line good quality 7c1fUnusually pretty patterns In fine grade at lOcoI r r AJ BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Kyj Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p mILeavecept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for Georges 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 to except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m expresssGeorgetown at 8 50 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1135 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates andtbusiness and family tickets can cornpangsstreetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf e a NOBODY SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Frankfort Men and Women Old and Young Alike Kidney ills selzo young and old alike Quickly come and little warning give Children sulfer in their early years Cant oontrol the kidney Kecre tiuns Girls are languid nervous sutler ruin Women worry cant do daily workRobust men helve lame and ach ing bucks JameEndureTlio mire for mUll for woman or for child Is to cure the cause the kidney Sioklkidl1enlure all the varied forms of kidney Mr RllfteringIW M Johnson market man re- saysMybenefited by the use of Deans Kid noy Pills Some time ago he had a bad spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that hOIbndlvhe stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying at night as it disturbed One evening I saw Bonns Kidney Pills advertised in our papers and a box was pro cured at J W Gayles drug store He hogan taking them at my request and to my glad surprise as almostimmediatethe bacKauho hud entirely left him the difficulty with the kidney secre boon corrected and he felt as well as he over did Fur sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buf falo N Y sole agents for tb United States- Raulotnber the name Doans and take no other OAXOaXBNlI I lJ theAiM THE SECRET OF SUCCESS 4tVo Sir You cannot palm off any nbitltute sinceIForty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its i introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsia the pinesDoes 14isfAugust Flower has a matchless record of over 35 years in curing the ailing millions of these distressing complaints s qTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists Fort labyJWGaylo IDAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO IITo Clair DETROIT Flats I Huron Bg tha Uaanlfietnt SUamirf of the UHf Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at trainsReturningSundays Fare to Detroit to untirnitedround Detroit and returnWeek Days t Sundays 73C To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip oa1aoomeals and berth extra Sptcial Ha1j te sod lit Close connections at Dermlt with steam en for Buffalo the SooDulutbetc For further inftrmation see nearest Railroad Agent or write Qt3ELMANTrMpaWNSOLOENDJP4 t I j Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville No lC1 Loaves 940 erNow ieLea 70s 720 a m Arrives H55 m intermediatepolntlltown Hodgenville and except no Sunday service to Ellzabcthtown ifNoLeaves 480 p m A r ives 986 a m i toHodgenville 1tSundays Stop at all stations k All Trains Run Daily f f i JJ rI 1 Nt7 tiilFranMimdoimaaDoiit iliitrrcU at the postolllcc at Frankfort le Tetiiawkyussccond clas mniluble mutter n = tiEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 23 1905 arty A SEARCHING SERMON Rev Dr + B Adams the olo quent young pastor of the First Baptist Church delivered a fin iwormon on Sunday night from the text And Daniel purposed in Jiis heart not tcdefllo himself his theme being The Story of a Young Politician It was a clear and well conceived t Illustration of the truth that the iiian who has convictions of right wind wrong and the courage to abide 1y thoso convictions regardless consequences is the man who J leavelabehind him influences for goo d that will live long after he ha imouldered back to the earth from whence he came Tljbwas a withering denunciation of the too common idea that me and women too ought to dri with the tide and not have the in dependenae and consoienciousness to stand for right morality and religion at all times and under nil circumstances He denounced the waft and corruption now so ram j part in oTvlo life and referred in glowing terms of eulogy to th rcoura eouB young Governor of Mist sourf who had stemmed the fearful tide corruption in the big city of St Louis and State of Missouri bad won out in the battle for civic righteousness and was honored b ittll true men and women The preacher earnestly and tenderly besought his audience t stand firmly for the right in public life as well as private life averring t that there were no two standards e rightwhat was right and true in private life was just as impera tive in public affairst The only regret we have in this smatter is that every public man in the city was not present to hear the forceful presentation of the theme as made by the fearless preacher Itwould have been a wholesome thing for all- An attractive feature of the ser vioo was the trio sung by Mrs M B Adams Miss Margaret Roger- f and Mr John G Rogers intro ductors to the sermon It was a beautifuiarid attractive rendering i t 6f the sacred song Ii 4VERYCOMPLIMENTARY Tu the report made to the Court of Appeals on Monday by 1 Ssttle of his official examination ot the office he pays a high com pliment to Mr J Morgan Chinn J Clerk of the Court of Appeals upon tho efficient and faithful pert formance of the duties of his office Mr Mi Inn is one of thecleverest gentlemen in the State and we 4rieartily congratulate him upon tb- F good showing made by this report i Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness attimes adeep breath irritates itjthese- are features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloody and tone up the system Scoffs Emulsion is just such a remedy It has wonderful healing powerRemoves the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor Sttii for free tamflt SCOTT BOWNEy Cbtmhtt 40 415 Pearl Strut New York II h SOt androo All Jnifgtiti J MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors ses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out roomeI have always been healthy with the ex myakelast illness some I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave purgative doses which weakened me very my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strata stomachflittle appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonicwas useSMiles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter hay ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of para ysis and a ta whom I sent a box the AntiPain Pills re oftof others whom your medicine has ins large degree I wish continued success MRS FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druegists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book en Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lade HOME COMING WEEK Louisville Commercial Club Wants to Invite all Former Kentuok ians to Visit the State Next Springy WANTEDThe names and ado dresses of all Kentuckians who have moved to other States Did you know that the last cen sus shows that there are over six hundred thousand Kentuckians liv ing in other States Well its a fact How many of these former Kcn tuokians do you know The Commercial Club of Louie ville wants the names of as many of these as it is possible to Ret It desires to extend invitations to every Kentuckian who has moved away to game back next Sprin and attend the Home Comings Week festivities at Louisville Plans are rapidly maturing for this great event The Commercial Club hopes to make it a red letter week on Kentuckys historical calendar There will be sometbin doing seven days and nights and then the crowd will disperse and go to different parts of the State to remain 1g long as the low railroad arrangeninclude a low rate to all points of Kentucky for Home Coming Week in Louisville If you have any friends or rela Qtherts names an addresses at once to the Commer 3cial Club Louisville Ky WOMANS AUXILIARY GUILD The Womans Auxiliary Guild of Ascension Church will hold a meeting in their room in the Orphanage on Tuesday September 26th A full attendance is earnestly desired as business of importance will b transacted 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscribers to the Weekly Courier Jourual I The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Waters Bpaper wants t share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christ teas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in alL There will be four general presents of 10050 80 ad20 and sixteen presents of 80 and 20 to be given In the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The LOd1Isvf1JeWeekly CourierJournal giving full detuilp It will be sent free Early Rlftrs IIThe famous little PI ff Mi 7BIG DELEGATION OF LOUISVILLE BUSINESS MEW ATTEND STATE FAIR A big delegation estimated at about 800 of Louisville business men passed through this city on Tuesday on route to the State Fair at Lexington j When the train reached this city a majority of tho passengers marched to tho State Capitol grounds headed by the First Regi mont Band and were welcomed in an appropriate address by Secretary of State H V McChosney which was responded to by Mr V H Englehnrdt of Louisville Tho train remained something over half an hour and the crowd visited points of interest about tho city Later on they proceeded on their journey to attend Louisville Day at the State Fair I A TRIUMPH OF THE PRINT ERS ART The Loxlngton Heralds souvenir fair edition of Tuesday was a hummer It contained 60 pages of mat ter the greater part of which was of great interest to the people o the Blue Grass region especially but generally to the people of the State at large and in fact the whole country The managers of that paper deserve great credit for their splendid work- OFFICERS OF FRANKFORT CHAPTER NO8 R A M The following gentlemen were elected officers of Frankfort Chapter No 8 R A M on Tuesday night for the ensuing year High Priost =Robinson Farmer KingTheodore Wylie Scribe J B Lewis Captain of Host M Busam Principal Sojourner F W Kuyes Royal Arch CaptainGuy Bar rett I SecretaryJGoo A Lewi- sTreasurerM Pi Brown Mrister 8d VeilH H Roberts Master 2d Veil John P Selbert Master 1st VoilF G Stagg SentinelGus Schaefer Its folly to suffer from that hor rible plague of the night itchin curesgdrug store 50 cents OLD RELIABLE In todays paper Mr H F Hil lonmeyer the old reliable nu rserv man tells his host of customer that he is on hand with his usual valuable supply of fruit trees grape vines etc etc Those who have once been cus tomers of Mr Hillenmeyer are always ready to buy from him when in need of any gtook carried by hUn One of natures remedies can not h arm the weakest constitution never tails to cure summer com plriint 6f young or old Dr Fow lers Extract of Wild Strawberry OCTOBER SUGGESTION thinker and students are powtrIn + estlgtitlrlg the practical Hof dealing wrtrt ejilth happing and sue cess ana o o October issueM iMiT megaew thin interestingis resoarpfi personal magnetism memory culture will power thought force suggestive thera poiiiilas drugless healing autosug gnlIon iTattrfe cure practical Researcho 1y rene and allied subjects The anti Practical Psychology Is edited by Dr Stanley L Krobs a member of the London Society for Psychical Research Phones Office Now Old Residence New Old Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours 9 a m to m a p rnto6prn 7p m to 8 pm Office BarretteResidenceNo Prankfrjrt Ky 33m OA rtOn aBean the pAtvt o- fiiiii A Beef t Ir Pleasant to take i rJ Laxative r s Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r I Yr Ask Your Doctor ITh rAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are t the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 8knormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and salty tl iare 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 I Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness trBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better their any other you have tried ij IJALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND hoe PER BOTTLE Jt Tobacco Bellows BlowersVf Hoes Forks Spades jt 1I Cradles and Fingers y to vO Scythes and Snatches I Scythe Stones Wheelborroirss Thresher Machine Oil f r v l Tarpaulins A Donkey Wrenches 1 16 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRA NK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etcr FALL SKI TS ANBJACKETc I f tl hv i tin Ladies Jackets tv P0 5 750 10 r II iifJI i Empire Long Coatsi i 10 1250 15 Skirt and Jacket 750iSkirt and Coat l 750 10 1250 15x18 All above best material and strictly tailored and much lower than the same can be bought for elsewhere We have the largest stock of Comforts Oottomand Wave Blankets andflannels in Frankfort F T HEENEY l I tIJ f r ft lifiITtIE LASTCIIANCE FOR CUT PRICE GOODS I f j f jifMain streetii rt THE KENTUCKY ISSUE We are in receipt of the initial nItl number of the Kentucky Issue lpublished at Louisville Ky It is of the AntiSaloonf ti League It is edited and published bylMnssrs L C Kelly and H E j an advocate of the County Unit Bill which will be brought before the next Legislature The price of the paper is per annum in ad vanco OUR SAM GETS TO BE AN ORATOR to + At a leoent barbecue given by Tost NOO of the Volunteer Quar J antine Guards at Greenville Miss Iour young friend Mr S C Bull t I was one of the orators of the occasion From the account pub lished in the Greenville Democrat we learn that Mr Bull acquitted jih1lif himself in firstclass styleII Heres iflookin at yer old pard KEEPERS CATCH ITSALOON i t iJ jiI z rTho grind Jury returned a big batch of indictments on Saturdayr i1ualnst the saloon keepers of the F city for keeping open on Sunday J and soiling to minors There were indictments filedj rover fifty f 1Mt i E J Roundabout T When one gets Ballards Obelisk Miles M K Old vv t as the in lit these flours aremaqenJ located in see tions sot eyar6 enabled to draw v their 8 ppUe8Itf wheat from iiSates and threshed eir wheat and put it on the xnarfcet in tirst as8 shape while local mills are compelled to use Ttfheai that was harvestedand threshed damp once iiin never bedded to make first a 61afes flour It wjll those wanting good fto r torjiskitheir grocers the above on me before buying and I will tell you all JNO E MILES AGENT t Goods Wallace French liinen- gUnderwear lworth 500 Suit For 1 = 2 Price- All Sizes One lot of highgrade Fanc- yUnderwear worth 200 to 400 Suit For I = 2 Price tv f t if Broken sues w Every v rjii d r Straw Hatjtfi i Ji Jn our house For 12 Price Choice of till our Fancy Hosiery for 25c worth 50c to 150 All our Belts for 1 = 2 Price Everything in this sale for cash and nothing sent out on approval DELIGHTFUL SERENADE j A detachment of the Louisville Business Mens Club disembarked here while en route to the State Fair at Lexington on Tuesday and headed by Seoy R E Hughes and the First Regiment Band sere allloffioeJfor the courtesy 4 1 When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Butters Our s dyspepsia constipation invigorates the whole system BADLY HtiRT BY FALL Sam Brown who is working at the Frankfort Box Factory and Planing Mill lost his balance and fell from the second floor of the building breaking an arm and otherwise dangerously bruising and mashing himsolfISnrgica rendered Dr1Ter Syrup asd4Cie s gUMMfml trtment for blood and ikla dlMMM LEG BROKEN rMrs Peyton was thrown froin a merrygoround on Wilkin son street and had a log broken Surgical attention was rendered at once CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular usaof German Syrup Free in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of weakening cough and debilitating ulghtsweat Rest less nights and th exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited- and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 75o At all drug gists yr ofi t tr i1 ft 1 Clothing Department All 2= Piece Mixed Suits For 12 Price Large lot 3piece Mixed Suits and 2piece Black and Blue Suits Spring and Summer weights 20 and 18 kind for 1350 15 land fOIIO 12 and 10 kind for 750 3 850 and8 kind for 6 M Ail Low Cut Shoes V At sacrifice prices 500 Patent Oxfords for 375 500 Tan and Kid Oxfords for 350 400 Oxfords all kinds 300 350 Oxfords all kinds 250 300 Oxfords all kinds 226 250 Oxfords all kinds 175 200 Oxfords all kinds 150 150 Oxfords all kinds 120 125 Oxfords all kinds 100 100 Oxfords all kinds 75c All Strap Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children go in this sale at same prices quoted on Oxfords CRUTCHER SIMPSON UUPII theyI Furnishjng STAMPINGGROUND Little Miss Lilian Bruner is visit Ing her grandparents in Fayette Mattie free Featherston of Fayette county is the guest of her uncle Mr Geo E Wilkerson beenIThe diphtheria scare is course about over with and services were re Sundaylastyule has been raised as the dread disease has disappeared We regret to announce that Uncle Jesse Hamnriok is seriously ill ConIhis troubles his wife is down With lumbagoThe crop is about all housed in the barns Corn is being cut but the greater part is too green as yet It will be a banner crop UNO 1 125C- INCINNATI And Return Via RailwayIAnd Queen Crescent Rou- teSunday Oct 8 Last Excursion of the Season Tickets good only on special train leaving Frankfort 700 a m and returning same date leav ing Cincinnati 880 p m- Ask t oket agent for particulars 8td i i Value JOHN DRISCOLL FrankfortKy IQuality GroceriThe pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL IMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19C5 EASTBOUND WESTBOUNDI No2No No1 INo8 DailyExPM A IA M PM Leave MII ArAr 295 Lexington0 1010 601 810 825 20 Winchester 923 680 gyp 866 913 Clay 40 837 4B9 406 023 4B5 Stanton 828 4801954 67 Natural Bridge 801 449 1008 us Torrent 747 8t1 61 1029 70 Beattyville Junction 726I 82t f610 1180 1Jackson 2 SundayTrains for points on the O A LRy SterltngTrainsand local station CHARLES SCOTT JBBABKGeneral Manager QPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY r No No 22No83 No DallyMlafA M Lye PM LveIAMAr PM 0 980 286 Jackson 880 1L30 o 926 280 O A K Junction IJB 1128 USU8 Wilhurst 117 1152 880 Hampton too 1168 18 f60 128 Lee 510 1222 II ItZ1Hoe and will make close connection at O E Junction with Noe 8 and 4 fopszpoints on the Lexington and Eastern RallwayriSuperintendentY FARM FOR SALE A farm of 240 acres near LouiS- ville pike about two miles from Frankfort all in a high state of cultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobaooo land and suitable for dairy purposes Two good dwelling houses on it Two good with all kinds of fruit Good outbuildnqs Two barns for tobaooo Some of the land onehalf mile of new State Oapitol For further information inquire at this office 502m ax 1 BUILDING A HOME Mr O S Vermillion las com monood the erection of n now jesU deuce of seven rooms on his lot on andFpurthhandsome improvement to that part of the city eI Takes the burn out heals the wound cures the pain Dr Thom as Ecleotrio Oil the household remedy r fhj k rtt ii1i J wat l Now is the time for building r BARNS We carry a complete stock of V Crimp STEELerididsROOPINO- F r Ruberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Rollr1 r Galvanized Gutter and ConchictingPipe Barn Door Hinges i ra Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and StrapHinges t Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled f r 1 r 307i309Ihn St P Ce SOWER COe Frankfort Kentucky V7 Vi J r H MARRIEB I r TBIPLETTNOEL this city t Von Wednesday Mr John H Trip Vlett Jr and Miss Rosa Noel were Married by RovJ O A Vaught KIn New Al- banyt WILLIAMS KI Ind on Sunday Mr W Russell Williams and Miss Flora Kirk both of this city were mar tied by Rev O W Loohor Mr Williams is an industrious And popular employe of the Adams Express Co in this oily His bride is one of Frankforts handsomest and most attractive girls r Wfl desire to extend our hearty k Congratulations OFFICERS FRANKFORT ACOUNOIL of to I Frankfort Councils No 6 Royal and Select Masters met on Thurs y day night and elected the following of omoers for the ensuing year MasterF G Stagg to Deputy Master Rob Farmer Principal Conductor of Work i f 1TreasurerI1 P Brown Kecorder Geo A Lewis 49 Captain GuardD L Holland Conductor Council 0 N Wiard StewnrdWS Dehoney SentinelGus Schaefer NARROW ESCAPE sAs Mr Ben S Hughes was oem lag liro the city on Saturday after noon from his residence near the Saffell distillery the king bolt of ir bis buggy broke In two and the horse away throwing Mr Hughes out and cutting a gash 1under his eye and otherwise bruis Mi Hughes was serving on the petit jury in the circuit court and the further hearing was postponed y Until Monday as the surgeon re ported that would be well enough to attend at that time COLORED TEACHERS INSTITUTE The colored teachers of Anderson 5Spencer and Franklin counties held their teachers institute in this city this week Prof G W Saffell of Lawrenoeburg but formerly of this city is the conductor of the insti tute Mrs D E Reid is the Presi dentRev W M Fishbaok pastor of Pilgrim Baptist Church delivered 5afins and instructive address Miss Lucy Pattie County Super intendent is rendering all assist ance possible xF CAN YOU EAT L J B Taylor a prominent mer ohant of Chriesman Tex syas I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could was done but all of recovery vanished Hear ing of some wonderful cures effected r use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I r unoluded to try it The first bot tie benefitted me and after taking i four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by J W Gayle 1I t Y- irtiii t 1 r jI lf4 ORDER OF STATE BOARD OF HEALTH The following order was promuj gated by the State Board of Health on Wednesday night lastIState Board of Health of Kentucky Bowling Grown Ky September 19 190- 6Whereas reports have come to this board from the Board of Hea1thl of the city of Frankfort signed by Its President and Secretary andF Health Officer and from the Coun ty Board of Health of Franklin County signed bya quorum of said board and its Health Officer and from Dr B W Smock as sanitary inspector from this board who has made a and careful Investigation that diphtheria exists in epidemic form H county andWhereas arrangements have been made for holding a street fair in Frankfort beginning on the 25th this month which said officials report would be highly dangerous the public health now foreBe it known by the authority vested in it by law the State Board Health of Kentucky hereby es tablishes the following regulations O prevent the spread of theepl demic of diphtheria in Franklin- oounty in addition to the rules and regulations heretofore established and All public meetings or assem blages of people as circuses shows street fairs or other fairs are hereby prohibited until the City and County Boards of Health of Frankfort and Franklin County re spectively shall certify to this board that their jurisdictions free froth further danger of spread of the disease 2 All persons whether residents of this State or coming into this Stnte are prohibited from taking part in attending or organ izing any assemblage of the people of Frankfort or of coun ty in any circus show street or other fair or elsewhere until this epidemic is ovr 8 The Sheriff of Franklin County and the Chief of Police of Frank fort are directed to carry into effect find to enforce these regulations and to prevent any such assem blages as may be referred to heroinE and to arrest and carry b courts having jurisdiction any per son or persons violating these regulations These regulations made and must be enforced under the pains tied penalties of law Bv order of the State Board of Henlth of Kentucky at Bowling Green Ky this day and date ibovenamed J M MATHEWS M D PrealdentI J N Secretary After theabove proclamation was Issued by the State Board of Health the Executive Committee af the Street Fair issued the follow ing statement Owing to tho fact that the State Board of Health has prohibited the holding of the Street Fair in this oity the week beginning September 25th the Jooal committee having the fair in charge see nothing else to but to declare the Fair off This is done with much regret as the committee has been put to a great deal of expense in getting the Fair and what money has bean expended will a total loss Besides this it is or will be1 tie oause of a great loss to the Carnival to bo engaged by the commit tee as they will bQ unable at this date to make any other engagement for that week It is the opinion df nearly every one that the agitation of there being 30 touch dlphthflrlp in the corn munity wH bo the moans of caus ing people to stay away from the jity and thus mean the loss of juslness to our home merohant FAIR COMMITTEE ISTArE a BEATHS EVANSA t the residence of her mother Mrs Lucy Evans on Sun 261years andiattrMethodist Chfyruh The funeral services wore conducted on Mon day afternoon from the residence on Lewis street by BevJO A Vaught of the Methodist Church and the interment was in the fam fly lot In our cemetery MOOREIn this alton Tuesday Mr Joseph Moore aged about 60 years of typhoid fever Mr Moore was an employe of the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co He was an industrious and upright citizen He was a member of the Methodist Church and a vout Christian The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev J A Vaught in this city and the remains taken to Christiadsburg for burial EPPERSONIn Texas Mr W Wirt Epporson aged about 65 years Mr Epperson was born and reared in this city but moved to Texas about 85 years TIP He has a number of relatives in this city among them being Jud e Ira Julian and Mr John E MilosIThe remains were brought hereon Thursday night for interment in the family lot in our cemetery eluI WAITED TOO LONG IIII the appeal of the Sullivan heirs the award of the jury in assessing the damages for the prop erty desired b the L N R R Co for the itew depot Judge Stout IJelrsfindtheir appeal And dismissed the tame Queen and Gre5G ntRoute Sfioitest HouteIj k AND MBst scneflule BETWEEN GEdRGETOVNI CI CLNNATE V h CTTATOOG AiIATItANTAI SHREyEPORT rNiW ORLE iN S ND TEXAS POINTS Write f fates and Priated Miller MKit Dl B JLflBKE T P AI9 Mai Str etLex t k I j 7 i Y ran up he do are are do up be de I 9tr Best r 1 tIn r J l tyc have had for many yarc fJ1 1the reputation of selling all g what is best inIx j 1 SterlingSllvet f And of never allowing a hint j v fooMnferiqrity to show anywhere A I fi A new line has just arrived bearing the 4well known trademark of the 1ff- tAir Gorham Manufacturing COft t l IT Which stamps them as the preeminent best of their kind The assortment comprises V + Knives Forks and Spoons i And larger pieces as well P We hope you will examine them ViX It r f J MA SeIbertitJ IIIj jI Reliable Jeweler jfr r h i IIi BACK TO THE FARM d Mr J P Hostetter and family she have been residing on West Fourth street since last fall moved on Thursday to the farm known as them Nev Blakomore place which he recently purchased near Farm daleFBBANKORT CEMETERY CO Notice is hereby Rlveiltotho lot owners that an election will behold at the store of R K MpCjTJRE SON between the hours of 10 and 1 oclock TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1905 for the purpose of electing seven trusteesE UEL President 114t- i ft EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I T fDESIONsCOYRIOHTS Ac Anyone tending a ketch and dN at irquickly as n our opinion tree whether InTentlon Oldeest agencyformaLpaP at leonifree ftPaten takeR theGa y ij tdGhlOtwttl1ou charge In V Scientific Hmer f an fAhandnomeiytlhiitrated weekly rerxeet caution of any letentfflo onrual Terms 4year fomr MOMM II by all tram Coss rea pe rtftllce 8tWasldictoa D R Fine Head Lettuce Telephone So 160 88tf f RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JiURCHRev A B Ghlnn rec r tor Sunday September 24 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser- mono 980 a m Sabbath School in tho chapel 780 m Evening Prayer and Sermont Wednesday t 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday K t 780 p m Bible Study a Tenoliers Meeting at 716 p m The public cordially invited to attend r CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C i B Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel I Christian Endeavor Society adjourned until October haRI t t ingRt780IntheohRpel Wednesday t The Junior has adjourned OctoberI invited- CATHOLICf CHURCH R o v 1 Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 u m jf Mass at lOa m Sundayschool at 2 p ml Vespers at 780 p m ICHURCHiopRstor will preach at 11 a m and 7HO p fav Morning subject Availing Pray i er wrarsus1heIEvening suWjoot j City of SoulA Good City To Bf Born In Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel BaracEk Class nt 045 a m taught bythe pastor Baptist Young Peoples Uiinn will meet in the chapel at 645 pm Prftyermeotng on Wednesday night at 7UO in the 4Visitors cordially incited h FIRST PRESBYTERIAN i ti 1HUUCHRev J MoO Blaynoy- i D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m r X No evenlr service Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermooting Wednesday oven I ing at 780 in Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev 1 O A Vaught the pastor will J at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool nt 945 a m Iit i Junior League at 8 p m l Ftaninr LeautiH at 7 p m t l nay er ulneting on Wednesday evening at 745 pm Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OJlUROHHev Wui Crowe the at 11 a m and 0 nh BundnyHohool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend SERVICESOnLff Addison Smith of Missouri will comiripriue protracted meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church to con thine unit October Oth Ser vice afternoon and evening All t are invited to attend OATORXseas Aignatuer A IbiKidd Bough r I I FLYER N0 69 S D JOHNSON COFlyer Days This Week on Friday and Saturday Sept = l th and 16th y Flyer Prices will be given on NEW FALL PERCALES GINGHAMS BED SPREADSf TOWELS A Nice Lot of Penangs to close out at 5c per ydl MALADY OF tHE NORTH 4Thenew romrace by the uthorofWhenWildcm Wes Kina is now being tad everywhere It the lovestory ofa andisriihs first book II If you have not read it yeti oo not waif another day Ask your bookseller for a copy Once fairly started youwi1 be diatractioMI cMcCLURG k CO PHUiJMa A D1HGKROU8 DifCHT Ise nr4ty VrdsrtWr e tlPOsN Lei 11rttataMa slsesr 4 aeat eWg Bcckkis daring ii so often displays by workmen whose daily labors place them in positions of danger that those who have to deal with them are astonished at no feat of bravado Mr Frank Skinner gives in McClure Magosdne an instance of this daring on the part of men who were engaged in replacing the Niagara suspension bridge- It happened that so many valuable tools were dropped from tM bridge that some of the more careless losers were discharged Consequently where one day a man dropped a wrench 200 feet to the waters edge he foolishly started to recover it by descending hand overhand on n steeply inclined thin wire cable nearly 500 feet lon- gIHe had no sooner started on his insane exploit than a rival out of sheer bravado essayed to descend an ad jacent roper After going a few feet they both realized the almost impossible nature of the journey they had un dertaken and tried to return It could not be done andthe only chance of safety lay in continuing their de scentIt seemed to their horrified compan ions that human muscles could not endure the increasing strain of that long passage downward Theforeman shouted instructions interspersed with violent abuse the object of which was todivert them from the fright that added to their danger By what seemed almost a miracle both men held on until they had crossed the water Then one of them dropped safely into a tree top The other finally gave out and fell a con siderable distance to the ground Both however escaped practically un hurl anI04 XW ABears the Signature of I A STRONGIi uko1wK UBM M M kin or M sets ill Againis Stovallof Tilton Gau IIsaid after taking DyspepsiaI of otherwe t women art being re stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take it- Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women tart It deprive the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bfcoatf JiMMid Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat o11ub rash the Frtpartd at tM IIbrtt rrofXODWm II eWin a VBA For sale by J W GayeI SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tie Henderson Home Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Betwe- enLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS ItATtiS TO THE WEST ANI- tiOU91111EsT If you contemplate arip or a change of location in th near fu tUff set the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line audaI comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of training you rates Wi have the equipment the train service the fret chair ours and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At HENDEIISON KOUTE- LOUISVILLE KY THE PACIFIC COAST IDo you want to live whore the climate is mild the year round 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 whom business is good and capital Hilda profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on tho Pacific Coast ChicagoUnioncents in stamps to W BAKiildkorn P T N W jny Chicago for booklets and full information ComfortableFeet Any feet can be made so and kept so by dusting a little GAYLESAntiseptic Foot Powderi- n the shoes each morning It prevents friction Ab sorbs excessive perspira tion 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 Cents ill WU GAYLE Druggist p Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky p FOR SALE CHEAP A 5horse power direct current 500volt electric motor For sale cheap Inquire at this oflloe 61tf Dr Weavers Treatments for the blood Cerate jar skin erptiai e DO IT TODAY t The time worn injunction enIernllyit today That is terse vice we want to give you about that demorllIzin cold strugIgiingweeks some for it todayand lot that remedy be Dr Boschees Gorman Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo 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 consumption hue attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has in thousands of apparently 10pele8sI cases of lung trouble J bottles 25c regular size all drugigsts lyr KENTUCKY FAIR DATES I The following dates fixed by the h1outHenderson September 2OO daysFalmouth September 27 4 daysOwensboro OctoberlO5 THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound cone try during the period ol low rates to Portland and California pointy aiew t InoludlngBanffdian Rookies a sea trip from torla and Vancouver to the Exposi t playiHood or Mount Shasta the Mor J mon oapitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines andimountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable find luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long die tanoe telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monoii Route Louisville Ky t OF INTEREST TO TRAY ELERS For the benefit of passengers t desiring to take advantage of low Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train at follows every Sunday until October 15th inclusive No9at Louisville until OOAsmNo6 at Lexington until 480 pmNo 14 at Burgin until 410 m IAll interested will please be accordingly tf Dr Weavers Syrup PwllN the Wood te Glataau foe the skirlaS3 FranKfort GinOinnati BU The Midland Route Local Tune Table In Effect June 5th 1905 1 tu A M DAILY KXCKfT otII No82 SUNDAY No8lfro8t 2 120 Lv D Frankfort Ar 8 06 6 28 Summit 7 2 6 Elkhorn 7 06 219 6 42 AS 58Stamping236 6 DuvaU 6 2 Johnson 6 BSa2 712 Georgetown i 6 CS 6 269 Newtown 6 807 783 Cent rvine 46 5 50 3 20 741I 55Paris8 7M Art Paris f Lv 8 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q NU- KentucklCutrlConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L is N BETWEEN CINOISNATIVIA P KIA tIAMIPM TOO 8 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 400 BKTWEKN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS l AMIPMI IPM 6 20 3 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 80 f 715 a Lv Georgetown Ar 6 755 8 40 Lv Ar 5 aAr Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RR POINTS r 6 aiA L Frankfort A 26A 720P 47P A A Georgetown A 9 04A 026P 241P815P80P 51P A Richmond L C 20A 155P 4 6 ooPto A Cincinnati L aMP t WHAYII P 4 4Written for the Roundabout GHOSTSA STORY FOR MEN ONLYtChapter 1 Qunlis nb Inoepto The only difference between t world and myself is that the othc hide it from hypocrloy while I toll you plainly from frankness Dare you to say Tom that in t hundred individuals you cool x guarantee one who does not feel tl same Yourself first particularly soulII Bo honest for the time and cross words if not swordsyou know r The energies which cause changes are called physical forces The energies which cause mental changes call intellectual changes And the uniform way in whits such an energy nets I call intel leotual changes And the uniform way in whioh such an energy acts I call mental theraputlcs There are also physical laws and forues arrangementwhich of science and the systematic class fication of soul or spirit or gho psyohologyFormull Mind SoulaU An ego gbostselfq upon the din g of perception sense percep iLion or apperception but with th of self as it stands face to face with the outer world as separate and distinct a unit in th economy of space as the mountaintop above and apart from the valley below Self as mind concen trates itself Selfns soul is understanding That wisdom endowed by the creator Self as spirit is the absolute freedom of thought energies and possibilities spaue time existence right t beauty truth cause eternity No one can deny existence the egothat he or she grows old as do the other forms of Grds creation yet but few grasp dis tinctly and fully certain forms o ideas as the conception of perfected Unity or the coordinate of things holdingtherk fully expressed i 1 pluck you out of the crannies myhandLittle flowerbut if I could under stand What you are root and all all in I should know what God and ma is1 sMSelf as ghostis the power to weave into dreams and visions the phnntusyIsdwells in the world of shadows the phantom world that real wonder land where so many problems re man today unsolved i Agnosticism is intellectual sui cide it is also spiritual suicide and now that I am converted knowledge of my own capabilities renders agnosticism in any form Impossible To know thyself is the of God and I obey im plioitlyv the providence of the All wise you came to us to lead us ou of that depth of despond in which a we were lost to growth or happi ness even to each other You were indulgent to both of us when we were so weak in the farce of evil you were so brave as to combat every difficulty so diligent to point out the way of escape so human in your sympathy so loyal to your friends Could such a factor be in any wise ignored or set aside in the future life though lost to sight as you must be dear Tom to both of It is needless to explain the causes of or for such a separation It is for the same reason that cli mates differ races inhabit classes inhibit the great law of cause and proqs u f self to go where glory uwaftn or to dwell separate and distinct person alities in the united kingdom of service unknown save to those who suffer and yet are strong H Cynthias coming to us and going away from us was but a link golden chain of knowledge a pearl in the signet of sight a real problem to be met as one would meet an enemy and conquer him sby kindness I worship no longer l ols The complete reconciliation of marriage vows are transcendent The ideal has become a realty We live in the supreme happiness Of the one and that one the other There is no longer fear for a perfected love custoth out nil fear t tlI have dedicated my services to God My consecration mean work t in Japan to which country we arc to start tomorrow After we see- you safe on board the train but my wife wants to upoak with you la IntorviewlSeal your souse of recollection the ro membrance of perfume lingering in the broken vases of regret the sad ness of a lingering cadence lost the forgiveness of injustice unrequited 4FarewellWe clasp hands with tears Wo made vows unspoken We kissed in the spirit of unceasing friend IIintor ray life the dearest friend of my boyhood the acme of my dreams My head was resting in my hands when Jacks wife came to me her soft swish of uarnipnts calling mo back to the present happening whatever this might prove She prefaced her interview with brief nooeptedthesethe head I wrote them on th penrsup the pleasure of converse to which I listened with must respectful atten tiondCertain passions my friendI- e flow peacefully like the streams in the Pays do Tendee between pleasant banks with but a few chance obstacles hi their way such bank that is steeper thin tlothers the stump of a tree thrown across theta perhaps innocently which are intended rattler to tohWhen such passions overflow it in a steam of tears which do n harm to any one and with a little piece of cambric and a few kind words of soothing peace Is soon made Such a condition seems to thetbecomeY a tree a bridge over which I ihal- walk to a newness of life consistent with the pureness of the stream compassionate its tide leaving behind only th sordidness of self the impurities o thought and the caretakers of de- e sire You remember the story o my life That is a sealed book parethe real as well as the ideal hap plness and we shall become factors in philosophy of events as we as the psychology of results W came into your life to prove tla realities of ghosts dare not disregard the wnruill nor tnk unto yourself the personality of un belief Wo some th stienoife r yourdreams yourthove only to impress us with the power of thought and we shall be a part and a power for your advance meat God is for us who shall say him nay She pressed her sweet lips to my forehead and streamYsciousness every iota of self bay ing only the right to remember Jacks wife- Hymdaui carried my belongings thnWe talked as those do who expect to meet again There wore to be letters once every year end a ture if possible and then with wave of handkerchief the train started on its Journey and looking up to the retreating mountains I said And when the arrows of sunset ILodged in the treetops bright beautyaTherefore of all the s NallTheSeemetb the best of allN S COY tConcluded POSITIVELY THE LAST By reference to the advertisement in another place it will be seen that the last excursion from this city to Cincinnati for this season will be run on Sunday October 8th The train will leave at 7 oclock a m sharp reaching Cincinnati at 10150 a m Returning it will leave the Queen City at 880 p m reach ing home at about 12 oclock i1 WATER COMPANY OFFICERS The annual meeting of the stook holders of the Frankfort Water Co was held on Wednesday and the following officers elected President D W Lindsoy Sr SnumellJohn D Griffin The reports show the company in good condition SALES OF REAL ESTATE Mr Joseph Noland has purchased from Mr T Carter Hale a house and lot in West Frankfort Belie point for 100 iMr Curtis D Marshall has pur from Mr M L LeCompto farm of 78 acres lying on Stoney Creek this county for 1750 NI HillnnoinyorSons BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Offer for the Full of 1905 n full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Rhubarb Shrubs We employ no agents but sell to the planter Catalogue on application h Sept 28 8m MY WIFES FAMILY Stephens d Lin tons Groat Musical iFarce Comedy Success Coming Tucsdnyfis playing the Masonic Theatre In Louisville this week and which comes to Capitol Theatre next Tuesday September for one per forman oe Mirth and music will hold the boards at the Masonic Theatre all beingJe lines ludicrous situations and seenoworked over to such an extent and so many new features have been added that it would not do the piece justice to compare it with last years production Of course so far as the thread of ithe farcical story goes Its the same as last seasons production A motherinlaw comes to visit her daughter and brings all of the Itfexpeditionrsucceeded in fairly overwhelming the distracted soninlaw in domes tic unhappiness Not content io wage a singlehanded flght the servioeszofaeKnott This resourceful ally devel copingJand in the course of n short has broughtmattera to a crisis with the soninlaw well out of thj6 woods Of course these thirigfe dent happen without furnishing all sorts of ridiculous situationsand1 mirthpro yoking entanglements The fun is of the Met and furious style and laughs come in rapid fire Arthur Don the eccentric come iron furnishes some of the most delightful humor He is the corn edy stormcon tor and from him radiate all degrees of merriment theeoutburst of unrestrained- hilarity TpniLihton in the role of the herip ked husband makes m8rttlilato keep the audience well in sympathy with him He has the stamp of an excellent character actor and adds materially to tbe strength of the show Rita Knight a stately beauty brings the charms of comeliness to tho piece and Mabel Gray as the motherinlaw shows ability for character work t NO UNPLEASANT EFFECTS Tf ever took DeWltts Little Early Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill plpasi ure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the sys tom of nil hale without producing unpleasant effects Sold by J W Gayle Li CONFEDERATE REUNION The Kentucky State Confederate reunion will be held at the Confed erate Horne Pewoo Valley Thursday October 20 at 11 a m An official announcement of the roun kn was Issued Wednesday by Ben nett H Young Major General com manding tire Kentucky division and AdJt Gen W A Milton Ample accommodations will be provided for all attending veterans and visitors and n largo gathering is anticipated The olllcials have issued a notice requesting each camp to appoint a sponsor for the reunion It is thought that all of the business can be transacted in one day STRIKES HIDDEN ROOKS When your ship of health strikes the hidden rooks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if KingsNcJ W MuKinnon of Talladoga Sprints Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia under the getHngDr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at all druggists price COc and 100 Trial bottle free Dr We vors Treatment 8tI1l pur4ie th blood Cerate healo akin ernpUeni + Nl OAS 9aXABears the Signature of c ATooKlnd Jtinand supervision deceive this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance age is its guarantee destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and L Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the Signature of a1 Tie KM You Have Always Boughti In Use For Over 30 YearsJhJfMUIIMTlTLT fc J14 i SEPTEMBER SUGGESTION How Pictures are Made Reaities by AutoSuggestion is September yThisresearch suggestive therapeutics autosuggestion practical hygiene memory culture brain building the development of correct habits courage optimism and while recognizing the importance of physical hygenic laws it shows the necessity of correct mental attitudes in the pursuit of health SuggestionPublishing ing Chicago III d genuineLaxativeremedy that nreii In day New Fast TrainTO Colorado UTAHPACIFIC SJiJJets Sunday May The now trains Louis m daily The evening trains to name points 1010 m dally Double daily service- Through sleeping car sorvicQ for SanFran eco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information on or address RT MATTHEWS TravPa3s Aut Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Aft 8t Louis tr FARM FOR SALE A farm of 174 acres good land well located will sell In quire this office 51tf THE COLONELS WATERLOO Colonel Johh M Fuller of Honey Grovo Texas nearly mot his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble a reoont letter ho says I was neatly dead of these complaints and although I tried my fancily doctor lid did me no good so I got a oOo bottle of your great Elootrip BittuiSf which cured me I con sider them tho best modiriine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them DyspepsiaDisease by all druggists 60o a bottle Y has been made under his per tsonal since its infancy Allow no one to you in are I is is Its It Wind It t THC i the n cold one a call Mo cheap at In at 1 Y4justcondition Tonic blood purifier ani vermifuge Thby are not food tf c s medicine the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price J- cents per package For sale by Jf W Gayle anc31 tj LeOomi te Gayle L df Dr R P Buckmaster Osteopathic Physician It Office at Mrs Wm ODouniUr 485 Main Streett W Will be in office TUESDAY THURS irDAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 43tf r4 tC d 01 TIME TAKLE SOUTHNo41 XoVSp AM PM fivtrnnkfort 90 8iiy rhelbyville 01100Lonlsvllle t 11008tt NORTH o2 IN MI PM f 600Slmnkfort 1018 7411t Ji c A Lexington 1116 841 r INCREDIBLE BRUTALITY 1tt vac It would have been incredible tr brutality If Chas F Lowborfior of Syracuse N Y had riot done the best he could for his suffering son tIt WBuoklensquickly healed it and waved his t oyelGood for burns curl leers 11too Only 25o atall druggixts J e tlEyA IYIWliLIliWammR aitwsIiiaETWEEN ILOUisville AND lChlcaglt17 BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST SI t UNION LOUISVILLE STATION 1 fHICAGOjt Dining and Parlor Cars T Palace Drawing Room Sleeper f7EHf1h r UJuUiuIMrkeSM JUmbrffi rzj fi lIJL 4