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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i w j C i r THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATtDAY OCT It 1905 NO 5 The Best CIoLhesade t t COPYRIGH7H j 4L1x I ST ST KY F Written lor the Roundabout ITS ENVIRON MENT J jA trip on the river in a govern ment yacht means much to the average sightseer and to anyone who has traveled much the beal t- yfof natural scenery doss the route appeals with singular sympathy i s r uppermost in the heart and to the exile who has returned to the Stat e of his birth the sight of upland iGill valley and meadow seems aftdrnll to he tie dearest in all till wldfl wide w01- ldjIt was a most delightful priv liege to he one among the comple ment of passengers on tin swift little yacht Pearl going down the river to the mouth of Stoney Crook Jft to inspect R barge of coal sunken 1 in the river at th9t point The Pearl left Luck No 4 promptly at 980 a in with the VK at the helm and ti 4 the engineer at his post of duty fi The of passing through 1 f the look wore novel and exciting i the small yacht seemed but a little spook below the massive walls on i either side and as the RatA swung iI open to let us through thepass irig out Was as swift and noiseless r as that other silent craft that leaves no sound Fav the heart throb of I partite The turn in the tide bore us past tile famous old Taylor Dls its tillory made so by Its 0 F 0 1a largo and commodious structure e with the sign Geo T Stagg Co r telling of increased wealth and prosperous condition of its affairs Clnd soon we were sweeping past the historic town perhaps one o 5ho oldest in Franklin county i r made so not only for the name j Lecstown but fur its e rih the early settlement of Ken- tuckyJ The day was especially I beautiful with Just a haze of Indian t summer in the There I were several cows standing knee deep watery and ducks swim r nllng an Ideal scene as nature over I put upon canvas It The flag floated merrily from its iitftf as we entered pj1 Where rising to the left were vU with autumn 0011 c t In STRONG Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un the keys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of honest allwool sowed with silk thread seams tnpcd buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strung All prices at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional 500 T it K McCLURE SON CLAIR FRANKFORT ANKFORT persistency fThO homecoming superintendent experiences importance atmosphere MaceysHip resplendent talkbut equaled materials Lineat 212214 ors green preponderating Low lands on the left and evidences of a long ago ferry landing Lewis I think was the name fut coin learn no more of its history Just hero with a quarter of a mile length the structure of water was beautiful and tho swish of a splashing fish made one sigh for a line and rod Captain McCrackon had a splendid eye for snags and we cleared any and all of them at the rate of seven nines an hour On the left was an ideal of a house boat with moth picturoI babe and the father fishing hills rise to points of beauty and the right Jones Landing Mud farm land to bo soon with crops corn and growing vegetablesILanded at Oroek where are five rounded hill severed with tobacc the sunken barge with twelve or fourteen thousand bushels of coal was rest ins on the sand liar with water covering most of the coal It might have been stove in1 by rooks or it might have run upon a snag i nobody knew and the only two ways to save the cargo was to secure a diver to patch the hole in the barge or to dig her out with dredge boat About twothirds o the coal could thus be saved The insurance company will see to Itlj Turning about was fair play and the home run was swiftly and de lightfully made Making the tor just before tho lock was entered the cliffs loom almost like small mountainsupon which tops in as many directions perched like birds nest are builded many mansions Taken from both sides tlf the river tho scenery i I- beautifully picturesque Hero th opportunity was afforded us of viewing splendid work done under the supervision of Uncle SamIThe new cribbing is a grand piece of work and the general wall grounded appearance of the looks with massive stone approaches speaks of good report for old Ken tacky rivers hnprovomentt The dam is likewise a thing of importance and from its substan teratruoIturoo er ow e m lserv1 nt for other manufactories fi r Co COPYRIGHT 1906 f f beside the twine and bagging fa Iii tortes to be sees off hand Once inside the walls our small craft thedsecure e r rent of water pouring in at the headgato dashed in mimic waterfall before our eyes and we grad nanny rose upon the bosom of tho wave to higher height then as quietly and as noiselessly the hug gate swung open and into the sun light and beauty of life we took lour way our journey ended were returned goodbye spoken and the memory of the morning shall be a white stone in tho garden of my heart COYfFAITH NOT NECESSARY You may be just as skeptical an peseimlsitc as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether yourfoodDyspepsia Cure on it and it will it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousands some had faith and some didnt Kodoi will euro you if medicine can sure you Whether you have WtMAGNIFICENT ADDRESS artyndelivered tho inaugural address o tho new law school in Louisville on Monday night It is to bo known as the Jefferson School of Law Judge Shaokleford Miller is the Loan of the Faculty The address delivered by Judge eloqunneand instructive oneJust such as might be expected from this blg brained bighearted and bigbodied Kentuckian whom our city is proud to claim as her own 1 WARDS OFF PNEUMONIA pulmonaryt CoughCureout inflammation and heals and strengthiHarmless and pleasant to take Gayle t f ir iif1 c NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN publishedIin this city December 20 1826 in which there is noted the fact that several brokers and bankers had been indicted for attempting to defraud in certain banking transac thong In tho same paper is an adver tisement of the old Mansion House which was run as a hotel for many years It is the building running from and including tho Jeffers House on Main down to the millinery store next to McClure Son on St Clair street It was a noted hotel in the old days The paper is a curiosity and many items show that the same old things are occurring today as occurred then u CHEATED DEATH fntnJJybutcine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says KidneyTroublepain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters w effected a complete cure I have also found dobilitythem constantly on hand since as II find they have no equal All druggists guarantee them at 50o CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIES SUDDENLY Mr Kit Willis a civil war vet eran who has been in the Soldiers Home at Dayton Ohio came here on a visit last week and died sud denly on Monday morning It is said there were some sus pioious circumstances connected with his deathjvhich will be in veatlgntnd by theroler authorities A DAREDEVIL RIDE 1iOften ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buok woundewrites Theodore Schuele of Colum painPhysicians quicklyhenledburns like magic 25c at all druggists LOST AND FOUND Mrs Josie Witte of Ford was in the city Wednesday and lost her pocketbook containing 20 and vale cable papers She reported her loss to Officer H Davis Harrodi who soon returned the book to her it having been found by Mr Jas R ThomsonWANTED Men women and children 14 years old or over to- f cane chairs beginning Monday Oct 2ds EASY WORKGOOD PAY Anyone can learn in a short time Apply Monday morning October 2nd to the Chair Company at ROYAL MILLSBUILDING East Main Street 42t n Another large ship ment of NewStylish Skirts just received by ex press They are made of Pan ama Serge Chevoit Cloth and Voile Usual values 500 750 1000 You should see them be fore buying elsewhere Ask to see the Butter fly Skirts We are also showing ex cellent values in RAIN COATS at 1000 and up ward New Styles of Ladies Coats and Suits coming in almost daily I Dress Goods Special Values in SILK and WOOL Dress Goods all the newest weaves and shades at 50c 75o and 100 per yard Remember that we carry DryGoods youto C MACINrBROI AT BRIDGE CA 140 11 Td1 Bush t w k Athe BoDihtI SEE OUR a C IC i KIMONA See our Great 10 15 25c Boysand Hose f IiT Mr Wm Addams of Cynthiann was here Tuesday i Mr Jas Sower of Cedar Brook spent Sunday here t KonetoMr August Weber left Thursday for Martinsville Ind inVersaillesMrs Cordelia Kendall is visit ibter sister in Louisville Miss Mary Mason Scott left W nesday for Chicago Ills Mr R G Higdon returned W aiesday from OwensboroyMr A Sohoberth of Versailles was in the city Monday Mr J B Dryden Sr wort to Cincinnati on yesterday Miss Anna Abbett visited friends at Catlettsburg this week k toFrenohMr H K Ward of Versailles MondayHonj of Glas oityMisst Office spent Sunday in Lexington Mr O C Kenney visited rela tives at Bagdad on Sunday tJynthCDna WorttoTerreMr A W Saunders and wife visited in Midway this week Judge W H Holt of Louisville attended court here Monday OastIeJudge J J Osborne of Cynthi ana was in the city Tuesday Mrs1 L T Minish left Saturday for Gratz to visit her parents Mrs Wm Cromwell returned Monday from Bowling Green toJHuntingtonMr L P Hulett of Louisville attended county court Monday StampinA visitedtfriendsMr R W McRery made a busi mess trip to Lexington this week Mr R W Dehoney spent Sunday with his family at rescent Hill Col A Fox BespasK and wife of IMaysville are visiting in this city Mr J T Duvall and wife visit relatives in Owen county this week f It OvnthlanaMiss Sarah Vaught has returned from a visit to her sister at Puel l o Col StampingI day DavtsofVersaillesday Mr J P Hanley and wife left J Monday for a trip to New York x City Lexingtons week MrpliTohri E Miles visited Mrs W W Baileyfat Eminence this week Mr W J Roberts made a bus thrriis Belle Glltner lof Wednes day for Fayette oquntyVltovisit rel of natives l 1ly Save Money Our object i to help you save money oli your Fall purchase of Goods gloaks Suits Underwear Hosiery Notions Etc t Our Stock is the Largest we have ever shown Let us prove this A Call will con vince you We show cuts of Gloves Hosiery Kirno nas and Outing Flannel Gowns today CHAS WEITZEL 1t PERSONAL 1Miss Dry Mr Albert G Jeffers loft Tues day for a business trip to Meado County Officer Austin Robinson and wi WashingtonJudge F C OBear and wife have returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Mr Sainl Wilson of Lexington was in the city on legal business Tuesday LexingtonngMr Jas E Henton of Woodford redherdule Sunday Mrs David Hinkson of El Paso Texas is visiting Col Jas A Scott Shelby street Hon L H Carter of Lawrenco burg was in the city on legal bus i ness Thursday Mrs C E Collins visited her mother Mrs Laughlin in Lexin ton this week h e tRankersu isville this week Mrs Hugh 0 McKep who has ithomeMrs Geo A visited her itnieceJetts this week Judge W M Becknor of With AppealsMr Will A Lewis Sr of Harri- man Tenn is visiting at his of thorns in this city MondayfOlP State Convention Shelbya0 courts hero TuesdaycMr Ernest P Tones left Monday IPLouisvillewasCourt here this week Mius Annie Crutoher was the guest of Mrs Carey Berry in Fayettq counts this weak IMrs Ella Sutton of California was the guest of her cousin Mrs M B Adams this week beendCol has returned home Mrs W P Williams of Irving DirSMrs Wm H Hoge and ahildro- eturnedr Tuesday from a visit relatives at Staunton Va hasdisville has returned home Mra John M Lewis of Rlc relativebore s Mr Geo A Lewis of this office SprlitgInds Mrs C D Ray and children of Pueblo Col are guests of her parents neveJ O A Vaught Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville was the guest of his parents Col L Rodman and wife Sunday Miss Nelohine Bashford of Farm JuliWMr Geo F Berry and wife reIturned Mondpy from spending the summer at the sea coast in Maine c Hon D L Bailey of Louisville Grand Master of the I O O F of Kentucky was in the city Wednes day Mrs Hannah Hardin Long of StILouis Mo who has been the goes relatives here has returns- home Col Clarence E Woods the next mayor of Richmond was in the city yesterday wifegthe Horse Show in Louisville this week Mrsleeweek Mr Geo L Payne returned Sat Stonenposition Mr Claude S Hazolrigg has re turned to this city to reside and has taken a position in the Roundabout office Mr J W Marksbury editor of the Call was called to Bagdad on Thursday to attend the funeral of a relative Mrs J C Bailey who has been spending the suhimer on her farm citythisMrs M L Carter of Marlon Kan who has been the guest of Mher sister Mrs H L Tobin has returned home Mrs J L Jones who has been MrsErnestturned home Mrs Cornelia Bush who hris been SRushturned home Mrs Walter Adams of Louisville Jnrepgrandja to Williams at Irvine rMr E D Kemper and wife Gratz who have been quests their daughter Mrs L T ofI returned home Saturday Mr I G Marksbury of Shelby spent Sunday here the guet of his son Mr J W Marks bury editor of the Evening Call Cadet John E ORear U S Navy who has been visiting his parents Judge E C OBoar and AnnapolisMdMiss Mary Soottow teacher at the Baptist Orphans Home Louis villa spent Sunday store with her parents Mr W J Soottow and wife Mianare visiting their mother Airs H Ohinn on Wilkinson street eDirs Mary Henslay who has been spending the summer in Versailles Hensleytowinter Mrs Albert G Jeffers was called to Versailles Saturday by the ElizabethMrs Cain is better SNtvShis parents Col Ed E Abbott and wife on furlough returned to Annapolis Md on Thursd- aylTniLP Tarlton attending the wedding of his niece Miss Jose phine Tarltnn in Louisville on Thursday Mins Tarlton isagrand daughter of the late aol D How ard Smith ekheIpORsf e lJuno Ward farm which ho re purchased Mr Charles Hockonsmith tile qGand returned to his home in this county to assist his father on the bdy ware man from Macon Missouri I r See our 50 Cen- tOUTING FLANNEL GOWN hut Gloves lfl I DONT BL SORRY r If you havent seen our Coats rind it fault Better und positively Cheaper than elsewhere Short Jackets 500 T Short Jackets X650rL i Short Jackets Jf Empire Long Coats 1000 k Empire Long Coats 1250 7 Empire Coats 1500 Ladles 1altsJ t- All above best materials and strictly The largest stock of Blankets and Coin forts we ever had Lace Curtains Rugs and Flour CoveringsM F F HEENEY a tI II FINE YOUNG PHYSICIAN HONORED Dr Emilius Moranoy McKee friendIcounty has been appointed to the highly repsonsible and honorable position of Superintendent of St Vincent Hospital St Louis Mo f Dr McKee is ono of the most promising young physicians of Kentucky His health which has been poor is now reestablished We tender our congratulations ONE LEG BADLY AND CUT OTHER MASHED While at work on the slew capitol on Thursday Mr Davis Long was heavyson one to the bone and mashing the other Dr E C Boemele attended to his injuries LaterLong is suffering intense pain in his chest SELLS SALOON KennedytLouisville Mr Kennedy will de vote his whole time to his Arcade on Broadway JEWISH NEW YEAR Saturday last was the Jewish New Year Boshashanah and was duly observed by our Jewish fellow citizens Their places of business closed from sundown on Fri 1day to sundown on Saturday WARDS OFF PNEUMONIA z AH coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are OoughCureout inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts etrea th plleumonfafHarmless Sold by J W Gayle i1ot i f 2S Ii SOD ARE GREAT VALUES p t r i t Jackets isvy6nr tailored Underwear o 1 f BEGISTRATION FIGURES r l j IThe following are the figures shown by Tuesdays registration j D K NO T 835BridRfl205MarkuthousoUainca Stable 2 9 808 225KerftieyaTotals 659 The figures for 1904 were 1170 Democrats 664 Republicans 54 NonCommittal 1P88 total MYlADYOFTHE q The new romance by the author of When Wilderness- Was King is now being readeverywhere q It the loveatory ofa f dashing Southern officer and H even better than Mr Par rahs first book j If you have not read it yet f not wait another day Ask r your bookseller for a copy Once fairly started wiQ br r JIotcolo A C McCLURG tCO PublUw t rt 4 r 7 A GffAND EXHIBIT i EVERY DEPARTMENT Leading Lady with the Jewell Kelly Stook Co at Capital Thea tre five nights commencing Tues day Oct 10 i THE JEWELLKELLEY STOCK COMPANY Tho coming appearance of they above named company to the Cap ital Theatre has created a favorable approval of theatregoers who an Iitolplte a weeks engagement of genuine amusement Mr Kelley guarantees his attraction to be the best of all popular priced corn panies and judging from their un- stinted success in the guarantee hasnot been questionedI The companys t are capable of handling plays not proojuped by otherreportolreeom jpanlee support is MIss Caroline Klohr it whois considered one of the best drebsedetock leading woman upon the American stage Miss Klohr has boon e with such rt stocKs ftp the BaldwinMelvilloCo 0 The Cora Pay ton attractions The American1 S ookNew York City i and the BuschTemple Chicago VIJewell Kelleys name in the South is a guarantee of a first class 1show He deals square and gives people their moneys worth saysIJewell Kelley Mr Kelley is a young romantic actor ot unusual r Approved by Fashion in every part akst Wooltex Garments They EKoelin Style Fit Qual ity Stylish Long Suits 1500 to 3500 f Cloaks Exclusive djtnsare our great feature All prices 50 to 3500 More pretty than can be found elsewhere ability Ho possesses all the roI quirements to head his own company as actor manager and pro MrIfive nights and two matinees com mencing Tuesday night A Fatal Step will be the opening offering when ladies will be admitted free upon the usual conditions There willbe a matinee Saturday when Little Lord Fauntleroy will be given a production i CONSIDERABLY OFF The following appeared in tho Journal of yesterday Mr Geo A Lewis tho well known publisher and editor of the Roundabout was taken to Martins ville Ind yesterday in a very pre carious condition Be has been suffering from a complication of troubles for some weeks and has not shown the improvement that has been desired by his physicians In the first place Mr Lewis was not taken to Martlnsville IndIhut went his own self to Liok Springs Ind stopping on the way in Louisville to attend to business matters In the next place he is not in aHvery precarious dition but was considerably ConI ter and able to go without assistanceWhy misstatements KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS PITAL DONATIONS 0 The Kings Daughters report tho following thnmtionB to their hos vital since the loth of September They are very thankful for all favors received Vegetables Mrs William Crom well sweet potatoes Mrs John jAllyMrsScanlonMiss Reynolds bed quilt Mrs George Hoffman vegetables Mr Wm Cromwell two quarts of whisky Mr W S Morris two dozen cans of preserves Mrs H H Roberts one jar catsup one glass of jelly Miss Gaines throe dozen Mrs Gilbert Mastin two hitching posts Mr Whitehead SCRAP AT PRISON Two cellmates in the local Pen indulged in a cutting scrape in their cell on Tuesday night One named Henderson was dangerously wounded in the lung by Shepherd Both were gashed up considerably Dr C A Fish Prison Physician dressed their wounds Query How is it that convicts can have knives in their cells Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate Sot skin crnptUni Dress GoodsWith have been n Special Feature wtth us This season we load all previous efforts We have th- eDRESS GOODS We have th- eRIGHT IDEA in Trimmings to give just the necessary finish to each shade To be correctly gowned costs you nothing extra if bought from us 1rSIf WHATS IN MoGLURES Tho October McCluros is devoted peculiarly to American life and activities Not a story in it nor a special article hilt concerns the real and immediate things that move this country at large Pastor Charles Wagner the French clergy manauthor of The Simple Life writes of his visit at the White House and with simple directness tells of the children and the house hold life of the President as he saw them He writes an interesting and important estimate of Presi dent Roosevelt as a man What Kansas Did to Standard Oil concludes Miss Tarbells story of the oil war in Kansas and tells excitingly of how the Kansans rushed in and won Pioneer Transportation in America is the truthful romance of traffic an absorbingly interesting story full of curious information In this first paper Charles F Lum mis foremost authority on the sub ject carries traffic through Amer icas heroic to the beginnings of the great days on the plains Eugene Wood contributes Tire County Fair the best of his rem iniscent stories of Baok Home Mrs lIar Stewart Cutting ap littletbourne Jean Webster Guy Wet more Carry Henry C Rowland Albert Kinross and F H Lancas ter are among the other contribu tors of fiction Not this least interesting feature of the magazine is the editorial announcement of a great historical series to begin in November Carl Snhurics Reminiscences of a Long Life and Ray Stannard Bakers investigation of the Railroad Prob lem of which publication will begin before Congress meets BUYS INTEREST Mr O Russell Hughes has bought a controlling interest in the Le Couipte S Gayle Co drug store on Bridge street South Side Dr JW Gayle retiring FOR SALE I have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 months old registered pedigree for sale Also a No Durham Milch Cow very flue milker Ap ply to G H MASTIN R F J 3 Frankfort Ky Oct 7tf- UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CON FEDERACY Jos H Lewis Chapter U DC will meet at the residence of Mr- sWS Farmer Second street on Saturday afternoon A full attend ance desired v MRS SAM LEAVY President Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you atI L frOLD TAYLOR I THE PREMIER rci KENTUCKY WHISKEY 1 E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1 1ti I MerodeUnderwear For Ladies and Children has no equal for comfort elasticity and durability Once used you have no trouble about getting coirect size again Pants and vests 50 cents Union Suits 100 Corset Covers 25 and oOo Furs Largest Stock Greatest Variety t Best Values INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best I can prescribe for your a dlgesUontmadam is Greens August Flower other physicians who pre scribe it regularly CJIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beating heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QYou read in the papers daily of apJ ar enty healthy and even robust men being mdlgestlonafterdying in many cases before a physician could be called in QThis should be a warning to who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vie tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures fAugust Flower prevents indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates uptheTTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle We have 212000 miles of railroads in the United States and they have issued for their construction equip ment improvement and main tenance 13000000000 in round numbers of railroad bonds stocks and other spourities most of which are now hrld by our own citizens All classes of people and all kinds of business nre interested in the subject und will ho aileoted favor ably or unfavorably by whatever may bo done A false step might work the most serious injury to the countrys welfare and the peoples prnsperitIt necessary to say that the Democratic party is incapable of satisfactorily dealing with such a problemIkpurposes and more agreeable to say only that the Republican party is far better qualified for this most important work If this be true we shall prove un faithful to ourselves if we do not continue it in power for it IH our duty to all interests involved and to thin country as a whole to choose at this time as well as at other times the most acceptable agency thin can he secured for tho admin istration of our public affairs DO YOU WANT STRENGTH If want to increase your- strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other mUtitbepriated by the nerve blood and tissues before being expelled from pepslaCure trfnJthinant to tho taste and palatable and dlgestnntstlmtthe strengttt giving qualities Sold by J W Gayle lMr- dA AIL R = Bear the Signature of Aiho omll Early Risers The famous little pIMi Carpets and Rugs Are necessary new to brightenj 1vtho home for the cool days now coming We have just received some new patterns in Axminster 1 room size Rugs Lot us show them to you Special Remnant Bar gains every Friday andaSaturday 125C- INCINNATI I And ReturnVia f C Railway f And Queen Crescent Ifou- teiSunday Oct 8 Last Excursion of the Season vTickets good only on special train leaving Frankfort 700 a in and returning same date leav ing Cincinnati 880 p m Ask ticket agent for particulars8td SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS ThaHBnaBrSDn HowetFlee Reclining Chair Cars BetweenNJq Louisville Kentucky Pointsrand St Louis COLONIST A iD HOME SEEKERS RATES 10 TUB WEST AM SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location in the near fuatore Get the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is nlwn s a habit to 4ofequipment the train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At s HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY C U TIME TAULE NoSOUTHAM PMs 600I7tr t NoNORTHMIPMrv 800Sboloyvllto 710A fE I 1f rJ v THeFrinMortaommaDoat n r Entered at the postoillce nt Frankfort Ken 4tucks secondclass nmilablc mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pu FRANKFORT OCT 7 1905 AS USUAL QUEER VERDICT The jury in the U S Court o Wednesday roturnod a verdict Ii savor of Lillard Bros on thof counterclaim against the IC DlW H Co for 7000 The K D W H Co sued Messrs Lilian for 10000 for slo furnished them under contract to 4 feed cattle The defendants plead 1acounterclaim nf 10000 for dam ages becausu slop was not furnished In tubs pens and troughs by rea son of which they suffered damages as alleged The contract as filed in court did not provide for the distillery company to furnish tubs pens behinhd it is one of the mysteries The case was stubbornly fought for the K D W H Co by Hon Chas H Stoll and Mr J R Bush of Lexington and Gen D W Lind r sey of this city The defense was ably represented by Maj L W McKee of Lawrenoeburg Mr L Judgae i4PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH WOOD LAKE KY Our church and community have kr been greatly blessed by a gracious revival of religion Rev O Jj FrVines of Chattanooga Tennessee he doing the preaching Bro Vines is deeply in earnest in his work J His sermons were pointed and direct In all he showed himself workman of God that needeth not to be ashamed rightly dividing th a word of truth We never had a more lovable brother with us in- a meeting Our people were de with him both as a ma 4and as a preacher As a result of the meeting twenty were added to the church eighteen by baptism 1and two by letter Now the pros f poet is a bright future for th f church A P J BURGLARS ABOUT The grocery store of Mrs Phil lips on Holmes street was broken into cm Tuesday night and all the cash in the cash register and a number of other articles wore stolen The robbery was discovered when the store was opened Wednes day morning It looks as though there was a t band qf sneak thieves at work in r our city Watch out for them LADIES AID SOCIETY Aid Society of the iMethodist Church will have on sales Saturday in the Collins Building on Main street home made pies FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults pooIIr 1IPhese diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver makes the best and llealthie- sfat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that isyscrofula and consumption More fnt more weight more nourish ment thats why Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4094J5 Pearl Street New York 50candf toe st IIU AUdnigglsta bi J Worry Mbart Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMiles Heart Cure an 11Nervlne Cured Me ofrtytoe and I am just as sound as a dollar in that For several years I had been suffering with my heart Breathing had become short and difficult at times sometimepme feel faint find the least excite ment or mental worry wouldalmost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after trying man remedies prescribed by physicians withou- obtaining was to give you remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all symptoms were removed and have aeve showed signs of returninr RKVGxo W KlkACOPE Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which cl sel ofso more com mon nervous disorders as to frequentlymin lead tha attending physician cases kidniYIUverorlunp nkedfia easily excitable and apt to worry without caute If you have least that yourhaart is wKkwdl7ltUSytnlto1JU and naydelays All druggists sell and euarutee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies end fairfrte book e Nervous ahd Heart Diseases AddrMi DrMiler Medical Co ElkJurtId m takes beaten biscuits Baitrising light bread pickles salads and candy Prices very reasonable SGOOD MEETING Mr Edward Dean has been conducting a revival meeting at Thorn Hill schoolhouse on the Owenton pike opposite Cove Spring Parka Good crowds have attended and there have been several conversions DO YOU WANT STRENGTH younyou no take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must he digested assimilated and appro priated by the nerve blood and froeCure adds to the physical It strengttinant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the strengthgivine qualities Sold by J W Gayle I O O F GRAND LODGE The Grand Lodge of Kentucky 1 O O F will meet in = ur neigh bor city of Sholbyvllle jtJ Tuesday next October 10th The arrange ments for the entertainment of this splendid body of Kentuckians are firstclass They will be given a barbecue and burgoo of the old style on Wednesday RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSO CIA TION The members of the Frankfort Retail Merchants Association effected a permanent organization Tuesday night at the Elks Home Albert H McClure was chosen President W G Simpson Vice President The Capital Trust Com pany Treasurer and John H Cas sell Secretary The list of firms who are members of the Assocla tion follows P C Sower Son W T Reading Son StaggtJulian Tilford John E Miles Charles Whitehead R B Jilson W H Averills Sons S D Johnson Co CpRSimpsonM Ferd Jacobs HeeneyC r R Rogers Sons J J Brislatt M J Meagher Co John H Cassell C J Weitzel- W S Farmer I Davis W C Lutkemeier The Association will offer rebates to outoftown buyers and those who purchase as much as 20 worth will be given 2 Bills may be purchased at different stores and when the purchases aggregate 20 the rebate holds good JI TEACHERS ON PROGRAM OF ASHLAND ASSOCIATION Frankfort teachers have received the program of the Ashlaml Dis trict Educational Association which convenes in Paris October 20 nod 21 Tho program is as follows PROGRAM Friday Morning 980 Song Service RutherdJudgeDonnis Song Welcome Address County F L KyResponse J D Clark Lexington K Enrollment and Appointment of Committees Addresses The work of the Teacher as Seen From the Stand point of the Minister Rev L DoctorrParis Ky 4 Business Man and- Citizen Chas P Cook Paris Ky Dinner OtherProfessionsStandpoint of the Teacher M H Bourne Owenton Ky Discussed by H C McKee Frankfort and C W Witt Midway The Ends and Alms of the Edu catlonal Improvement Commission explained by Jas H Fuqua Sr KyWhat Teacher Can Do in Securing State Normal SchoolsEH Marks Louisville Ky DoForKentucky H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky followingPractical Whore and WhenT A Hen dricks Versailles Ky FoggMidway QuinnGeorgetown Friday Evening 730 TaylorGeorgetown Saturday Morning 880 The Teacher Out of the School MidwayKyDiscussed by E R Jones Swit zer Ky The OverCrowded Curriculum KysLox ington Ky HighertLewis Frankfort Ky OlayPnrls Schoolsington Ky NATURES WARNING Frankfort People Must Recognize and Heed It Kidney ills come quietly mys torlously youthroughNotice the kidney secretions untealthyIf sedi ment Passages too frequent scanty painful Its time then to use Deans Kid ney Pills To ward off Brights disease or diabetes Downs have done groat work in FrankfortW Roberts grocer of Todd St saysI Being in the dru business a good many years arid a knowsnprove that my kidneys were no performing the work whioh nature they should for I suffered a great deal from a persistent aoh mybackkidneys were highly colored and so irregular especially at night dlstqrhedItwas aboutboans theuseunequaledmeritcured at J W Gayles drug store and I take a dose of them once in rthekidnftysAwhom I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffalo UnitedStatesRemember the name Doans and take no otherjPhones Office Now Old Residence Now Old Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office HourseDamtol2m 2pmto5prn7 pm to 8 p in OfHco Main Street 1RClildoncoNoFrankfort Ky 83m takeTi I Laxative 1 SjI11It NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels tih n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines j LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptomsas Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thaUr any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50Q PER BOTTLE f Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks Spades r I Cradles and Fingers i Scythes and Snatches t Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows i it Thresher Machine OilfTarpa uUnsI i r t Monkey Wrenches j l Pipe Fittings and WrenchesI FRANK G STAGGj Hardware Paints Oils Etc f ufaognose and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch weeklytexpertonceAddress Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512t STREET FAIRI It has been determined to hold the Street Fair commencing Mon day October 2Band oontinulngflve dayst DO IT TODAY The timeworn injuBoidn U Never put fttUI tomorrowwhat- you can do today is now gen orally presented in this formIIDo it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for soveral days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over yenta A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No mutter how deep seated your cough oven if dread yourlungsffect a cure as it has sane before in thousands of apparently hopeless ases of lung trouble New trial 25c regular size 76o At all drugigsts lyr r Queen nd- OfeSCeIitR0t l e IlL Shortest Route iAND Quickest Schedule tBETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOG ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter CI E itT89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky i 1o tt ii t INTERNAL REVENUE AssiJqmonts of Storekeepers nm GauKGiH for October in the y Seventh District of srKentucky IStoJl Co Lexington T H Shelby day duty T E Olflham additional aiUl bottling J A Ens tin gauging 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort J M Dorbridgo tiny C H Morgan additional L R 8 additional F D Clark v gaugingl aH E Vogue Distillery C- oMaysvilloH G Holiday day Frank Harting additional and bot gauging4W t cW M Saffell day E B Davis additional JT Wqst additional B S Drake additional J R 14 Spiers additional W H Sneed bottling H T Games gauger Iit 6J Pepper Cu Lexington John T Gunn day J R Sams I1additional and bottling J M Ste venson D C Berry i1g man gauging 6 Poyntz storekeepergaugorC Slye IIW9S J Greenbaum Midway R daytJ A adds t Rule additional George P McCann bottling F G 1J Sparks gauging 10 Peacock Distilling Co Riser 1tonWe W Cherry day DC l gauging llS C Herbst FrankfortD B Waloutt day J E Hanrahan additional and bottling F D gauging14G Co ParisJ P Hutchcraft day C T Tbrockmor r ton additional N A Moore bot Cling D C Berryman gauging 17Old MoBrayer Distillery Co Alt Sterling U G Carey M Cisco additional and bottling J A Eastin gauging MnysvUleC82E M Babbitt VersaillesE Craig day S P Willis additional and S D Pinkerton gauging83George Baker FrankfortW- D Blanding day J M Fraley additional and bottling A G Mc Connell gRugingI46J E Pepper Co Yarn all tonJ H Murray L Lusby additional and bottling A G Leonard gauging 60W J Frazier Versailles Gus I Whitehouse storekeepergauger 62 Labrot Graham Frankfort J G Barnett day R H Whit bottlingSp 68E H Taylor Jr Sons FrankfortJ R Dagley day B F Fannin additional J H Smoot additional H S Bell bottling H T gauging 77Paris Distilling Co Paris J M Russell day J D Shy additional R D Grant addi tional C L Hough bottling D C Bell mnn gauging 91J J M Sallell Frankfort W A Hamilton day S A Pow ell additional and bottling F D Clark gauging OOJ N Blakemore Frankfort t A B Piper storekeepergauger 105 Mullins Criglor Stamping GroundZ F Elkin storekeeper gauger L 106W A Gaines Co Frank r fortH S Sinclair day W P Bacon additional D Harp adds b Henry Newsom additional 1G W McConnell additional J O Rash bottling T L McConnell gauging 118G T Stagg Co Frankfort L L Lemaster day T J Craig additional G T Scearoe bottling V C N Wlard gauging 848D O Williams Blanlne C Jj Osborn storekeepergaugor 1J847Conn Garvin Olive Hill J M Patrick storekeepergaug r a er t 848Sparks Conn Gimlet J i P Blair storekeepergauging 89 j J C Holbrook storekeeper filr i General Bonded Warehouse Lex ingtonH S Foreman and A V Combs StorekeeperILexlngton ReotitiersJ E Pel Co Stoll Co B S Stra 1dQr Son and W J Smith Co A Leonard gauging Frankfort RectiflexsJ P Wilt Barns F D Clark gauging aorr Dr Wearer Syrup and Cerate BuowwfBl twtmnt for blood and ikln dtaM + oVCLIMATIC CUBES CWfI The influence of climatic conditions In the cure of consumption is overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient top can do better at by proper attention to food digestion and a use of German Syrup v Free expectoration in the morning Is made German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the 11y absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger canFvSyrup liberally and rogu rly Should you be able to go lb2awarmer clime you will find that the thousands of consumptives there the low who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75o At all drug gists yr I PORTRAIT OF GENERAL ROBERT E LEE The fact that too frequently It transplnm In American history that no accurate and authentic portrait of her great men is faithfully pre served has oaus9d a number of the devoted admirers of General Rob ort E IJceto interest themselves to caus6 a perfect picture of the groat General to be made and to be preserved for all future history This work after a lapse of forty yunrs is now under way by the John A Lowell Bank Note Com pany of Boston who are using for this purpose the exact photograph made at General Lees residence in Richmond a few days after the surrender which picture has always been considered by the Lee family and friends Rq the most perfect likeness ever taken of the General at that period The work when finished will be of the highest art of steel engraving so that jt will thus be preserved for all future timeClIp ping from the Post Washington D C September 17 1905 LAST HOPE VANISHED When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin In hIS1lastCoughs and Colds kept him out o his He says This grea specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and con sider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50o and 100 bottles at all druggists Ttiial bottle free e GRAND MASONIC BODIES SOON TO MEET The Grand Lodgo of Kentucky F and A Masons will meet in Louisville on Tuesday October 17th and be in session several daysThe Grand Chapter R A M and Grand Council R and S M will hold their annual Convocations during the sittings of the Grand Lodge FRIGHTFUL SUFFERING RE LIEVED Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C G Grnyson of Lula Miss took withIcured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25o at all druggists guaranteed SPLENDID WRITE UP The Bourbon News owned and edited by our friend Mr Swift Champ issued this week a souvenir edition cf his paper It is splen didly gotten up rich In illustra tions and filled full of information about the grand old county of Bourbon and its beautiful capital city Wo desire to tender our congratu lations to Bro Champ PMonarch over pain Burns outs rqUefDrdrug store DRUGGISTS TO CLOSE AT 9 P M The druggists of the city have agreed tQ close their stores oath evening at 9 oclock Tbivl1l give their clerks a little m or e time for their own affairs- CHICAGOAND RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour ney to only during theDAYSFOUR IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING and the day of the and for Chicagoonlythe FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY- FOLLOWING when properly countersigned and stampted during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 19Q5 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p mIn the office of the AsslstnntSeoretaryMroW G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must Individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the Stock holder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No irioro than one per son will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stook as regis tered on time books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF ltd Secretary i r J it I t i t f LETTER LIST The following is a list of the ad vertisod letters for the week ending Saturday Octobor 7 1505 Abbott William Britt Mrs Minnie Bruno JJlIno- rBurnsldes v Taylor Collier Harrison IiCrimmlnp Stove B Dodd Bert Gray Olive Elaine Holton Nat Jet William LilyLarkLyons Mrs Sallie F Manegor Miss Martha Y Morgan Sol Moor Miss Stella Moore Miss Carrie Owens Melvin Roberts Mrs James B Roberta Mrs Sara j Roberts Lloyd W Hatterwhlte John MaggieSmith Waide F C Wallace W H Woods Mrs Malinda Persons calling for the above let tore will please say advertised E M DRANE P M 8 A PLEASURE TO ALL positiveThese Famous Little Pills are sd obUdrunIdelicato besttGayle FARM FOR SALE A farm of Gores near Louis villa pike about two miles from Frankfort all in a high state of cultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobacco land purposesTwoTwo good orchards with all kinds of fruit Good outbuildngs Two good barns for tobacco Some of the land in onehalf mile of new State Capitol For further informa tion inquire at this office 502m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Illinois Central O 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 Railroad Company will be held at ChlonKoIllinois1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance nt said meeting there will be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE OR MORE SHARES- of the capital stock of the Illinois registeredTuesdaySeptember A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address too SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tie Henflerson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST ANIIf you contemplate a change of location ir the near fu tureHGet the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity- of naming you rates Wo have the equipment the train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass At HENDEUSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY Value p JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer The Pionior Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place i JOHN DRISCOLLr216 St Clair St Frankfort KentuckyILEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY METABLEi 05IEASTBOUND WESTBOUND DailyI No4I Stations INo1 INo8 lally Ex Scud =Ex Sun AMIIA SI IPM IPM Ar 225 745 0 Lexington0 1010 620 810 825 120 Winchester 928I856 Olay City w 489 406 UMI 157 Stanton 828 480E485 Natural Bridge 449 62 Torrent tIOlI 847 5 Beatty ville Junction U 826 i 610 94Jackson 283 i BundajTrains for points on the O R i nyIconnect tTrains No 8 and connect at Beuttyville Junction with the LA Ky for Beattyvillo and loca18tation J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT IGeneral Manager u P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No 88 No DailyMls Mla li A M Lve P M Lye AM Ar PM Ar 0 900 283 Jackson 925 280 O K Junction 00311n 0 188 Wllhnrst 417 152 Hampton 480 llifil 18 128 510 1223 1910I 8431 122 Hefochawa 518 1228 21I105 Cannel City 545 1245 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connection at O s K Junction with Nos 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington nnd Eastern RailwayM PONlEY PnpftHnterdent Editor Roundabout When one gets Bnllnrd Obelisk Miles M K M Old John or Flours they get ij Flour made from sound wheat as the mills at which these flours are made are located in sec tions so they are enabled to draw their supplies of wheat from States that harvested and threshed their wheat and put it on the market in firstclass shape while local mills are compelled to use wheat that was harvested and threshed damp Wheat once wet can never be dried to make first class Hour It will pay those wanting good flour to ask their grocers for the above brands Call on me before buying and I will tell you all about it JNO E MILESe AGENT 3800 T- OCalifornia AND TH- ENorthwest Froth Louisville Via th- eHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all interme diate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special Homeseekers Rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip youI tween Louisville and St LouisFree reclining chair cars on all of our 8t Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville ICy Quality t rys 1029I Marguerite JTOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats i Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamers of tht Line Leaving foot of Madison StreetDail at A afterarrivalofmorningtrains- Returning arrive Week s Sundays 000 PM Fare to Detroit unlimitedround trip Z25 Excursion to DetroIt and return Week Days St Sunday 750 To Ft Huron and return tr a delightful two days trip only 5aoo meals and berth extra Special Rare le SoclrtltJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc- For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write RREiELMAETiMgW1IOLOENOLPAr ft 125 CINCINNATIAnd Via F C Railway- And Queen Crescent Rou- teSunday r Oct 8 Last Excursion of the Season Tickets good only on special j train leaving Frankfort 700a in and returning same date leav ing Cincinnati 880 p in Ask ticket agent for particulars 8td ct n St Bot Phoixj Now is the time for building BARNS tf Ve carry complete stock of Jtto V Crimp and COrriigted 1 STEEL ROOMINGFiRtilberoid Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door HingesY Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges II I Royal Roof Paint Lime Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled I 3O7U9r and and V MARRIED HOUSEDAILEY this city on Wednesday Mr Russell House and Miss Maude C Dailey were l married by Rev IJ D Stucker SMITHROUSE this city on Sunday Mr William Smith and Miss Pearl Rouse both of Peaks Mill were married by Judge J H Polsgrove MEFFORD DATLEY In this city on Wednesday Mr Ernest Mefford and Miss Prances Elias beth Dailey were married by Rev LI Stuckor COLLINSVAUGHTAnnouncoment marriage of Mr W N Collins of Pueblo Col and Miss Anne Louise Vaught daughter of Rev J 0 A Vaught and wife The happy event will occur in the latter part of this mont- hWEITZELBERBERICHA n nouncoment is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Walter O Weitzel and Miss Margaret Ber bench The happy event will occur on Wednesday October 18 at the c Church of the Good Shepherd t Mr Weitzel is a valued employs of the Kentucky River Mills His bridetobe is one of Frankforts prettiest and sweetest young girls She also is a talented vocalist r being a member of the First Pres byterian Church choir w A DRAMA OF EVERYDAY LIFEfMrs Mary Stewart Cutting the- author of Stories of collect ship a recently published tion of her McClure romances of suburban life has in the October sympatheticfHinge is the Ridges viewpoint of a little domestic drama in which the neighborhood tragedy of a neglected wife is straightened out f in the light of big happenings which help husband and wife as well thojieighbors ton readjust ment of ideas Mrs Cutting finds the romance in the simple lives of everyday peo pIe and her wholesome familiar Americans get out quick sympathy because perhaps they are us r FTIiE PA CIF3L COAST Do you want to live where the climate is mild this 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 crops whets business is good and capital finds profitable Investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast low rates via the Chicago UmonPnoiflo Northwestern Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern PT M C N W Ry Chicago for booklets and full information BEAUTIFUL FOWLS Mr Eugene Hoge has a fine dis play of beautiful white leghorn cockerels in the show window of Mr Chas W Saifell Ann str- eetcMr Hoge is a fancy poultry raiser will contest for prizes at the approaching show i Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate octeiif ol treatment for blood and akin diaeueev u PiC SOWER Sc CO BIRTHS TAYLORIn tills city on Wed nostlny to Mr E Hobbs Iaylora daughterSHACKLEFORD Louisville 01 Tuesday to Col Sam J Shack leford and wifon daughter HJEATT In this county near Bridgeport on Tuesday night to Mr Wm Hieutfc and witon son After many long years and r house full of splendid girls our friend has at last had his cup flllHC full by a son being given him Papa is feeling pretty well I thank you my ownself ELECTION OF STATE COL LEGE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS In one of the closest and most warmly contested elections for many years Henry Skillman Scott was elected President of the State College Senior class by a majority of two votes over his opponent John Wiley The election was held in the college chapel Wednesday at 180 oclock As each of the two factions had chosen the best and most repre sentative men in the class it was evident that the contest would be spirited and the election close he unsuccessful element met its defeat with good humor and will put forth its best efforts to make the class of the best that has ever gone forth from the Old Col legeThe class which at present numbers sixtyfive will edit an An nual and if the plans which have been inaugurated mature such a piece of art will be turned out as will iflfloot not only great credit upon the class itself but upon the institution as well The remainder of the officers and representatives were elected as fol lows Vice President Miss Eugenia tfoCulloch Secretary and TreasurerAlbx Inder T Lewis Class Representative A N Whitlook t Orator Presley Atkl9- sGrumblerJ Nisbetfc- Giftprlan 0 J MoPherson PoetMiss Katherine Hopson Prophet Wiley Wendt HistorianMiss Anna Wallis Editor of the Annual Philip RifkinBusiness ManagerJas D Rog ers Lexington Lender October 5 LEG BROKEN Mr Geo Bowles a lineman of the Frankfort Telephone Co fell from a telephone pole near the In stitute for FeebleMinded Children on Thursday and sustained a compound fracture of his right leg He was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital where Dr N M Garrett and Dr U V Williams reduced the fracture Bowies home is Louisville r Monarch over Burns outs rel1eflDrdrug store BEATHS TRACEY In this county or Wednesday Mr Robert Tracey ajecl 85 years of typhoid fever BONDURANTrNpar Bagdad on Wednesday Mr Robert Bondurant aged B9 years of typhoid fever Mr Bondurant was an uncle ol Messrs O C and T E Ketiney He was a member of the Baptist Church and a good man The fune ral and burial took place on Thursday afternoon MoDANIEL At the Jefferfl House on Friday Mr James Mo Daniel after a long and painful illness Mr McDaniel was a member of the Christian Church He was an uncle of Miss S Wallace Smith of this oityIThe funeral services were con ducted by Rev 0 R Hudson of the Christian Church and the re mains were deposited in our cem eteryCRAIGIn Versailles on Friday night Mrs Nannie T Craig widow of the late Judge B Craig aged 69 years Mrs Craig was an estimable Christian woman a member of the Methodist Church She leaves one daughter and three sons to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted on Sunday morning by her pastor Rev W E Arnold and the remains were laid to rest by the side of tier husband lu the Versailles cemeter- yMACKLINAt the residence of vonISCIIbeloved Mr John Maoklin aged 82 yearsMrs Maoklin was a woman of lovely Christian character She was a devout member of ProvidenceI Baptist Church at LeICompte She leaves two daughters out of In large family of sons and daugh ters Mrs Emma Blackburn of Woodlake and Mrs Thos J Ste venson of Georgetown to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted by Re O L Powers from Providence Church on Sunday morning and the remains were brought to the Frankfort Cemetery and laid to rest by the side of her husband in the family lot The pall bearers werp Dr John A Lewis Prof J J Rucker Mr Joseph LeCompte Mr W J Lewis Mr W H Barboo Mr W H Witherspoon Mr A W Maoklin and Mr Sidney J Bedford = r FARM FOR RENT With some tobaouo land on it Three quarters of a mile from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf =Only one remedy in the world that at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of the body Doans Ointment At any drug etore 60 cents i1iiiii I iKe BesttI K v I1Y have had for many yearS vfche reputation of selling allK ltwhat is best in I Sterling Silver n i t And of never allowing a hinty 1 I Hof inferiority to show anywhere t f J ii i 0 3Yi FrA new line has just arrived hearing the well known trademark of the 1t Gorham Manufacturing Co tk If l Which stamps them as the preeminent best of f i their kind The assortment comprises v 2 Knives Forks and Spoonsi And larger pieces as well L e ui We hope you will examine them d M A Selbert H tft flit It Reliable JewelerrI CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the of Frankfort subject to the cityI of the people Election N vem ber 1905 20te VERDICT FOR 4000 Mrs Lydia Rogers won a vordiot of 4000 against tho 0 O R k Co in the Federal Court on Thursday for damages in being compelled to change from a Pullman car to a day coach while the train was in motion thereby causing her- to fall and sustain injuries d Frank 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS aC Anyone eending it sketch and description nay certaIn our opinion an J Invention Is probably 11AHUBUI1tonPatent- slent tion itrlctlroonOdentlaL tree Oldest aeJUrtn tenu Patents taken through linenthe Co rooolre l CJiljuefai notice without Marge la Scientific flmertcait J A bandiora elr iltatrated weekly JJuveat eir culatlon ot any denttflo journal Term sa a J1ears Oold byall ne Niriov iNewv rk f ra TelephoneoN Vf I RELIGIOUS EPISCOPAL IIICHUnOHRev A B Chinn rec 1 tor Sunday October 8 11 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon 980 a m Sabbath sohool in the tchapel n p m Evening Prayer and 1 Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday I 780 p m Bible Study Teachers Meeting at 715p m The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 780 p In- sotiool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Sooiety meets It ChapelLeader1 Mahoney Topic The Christians Trials ifand Triumphs Wednesday even- ingd at 780 in the chapel j The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited itCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev S Major rector fd Low Mans at 780 a m A High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m 11Veopers tit 788 p m t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1I Rev M B Adntns D D the pas tor will preach at 11 am andit 780 m SundayBoKbol at 946 a mJnthe chapel + Baraoa Class at 945 a m taught vBaptist Union will meet In the chapel at 645 Ui my on Wednesday at 780 oclock in the bhapel- Visitorsi cord lIy invited Seats free t tYIJ ikA FIRST PRESBYTERLANICHURCH i D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 tSundaysohool mIYoung Peoples Society of Chris fttlan Endeavor at 680 pm Wednesday even lrI ing at 780 p m Visitors cordially t weluomedjJ METHODIST CHURCH Rev AHf J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p mISundayschool at 745 a91Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m WednesdaytipEverybody invited to attendJ PRESBYTERIANI andJSundaysohool at 9800 m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 7800clookI ICOUCHir WITH DrKingsP Now Discovery jlcONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS erlcI surest and Quickest Cure for all II TBOAT and LUNG TROUBLED or MONEY BACK fit 1lvj i l f t I FLYER NO 71 s D JOHNSON COFlyer Days This week on Friday and Saturday Sept 29th and 3Oth Flyer Prices will be given on DRESS GOODS SILKS HOSIERY CORSETS HANDKERCHIEFS 4 A Nice Lot Dark Penangs to Close Out at 5c yd I I 1T 1 T c FOUND DEA DIA colored woman by the name of Emily McCoun was found dead sitting in a chair at her home Thursday morning TEACHERS OP COMMON PAIDjTho regular salaries of the ers of the Saturday October 15th a ANKLE OUT P Mr Wm Carney of Louisville an employe of the General Supply mid Construction Co had his ankle out while at work on the new capitol on Friday Dr C A Fish attended to his injuries THANKS Mr Geo L Mitchell has placed us under obligations for a nice lot of delicious pawpaws Hb will please accept qur thanks for the courtesy Mr Mitchell always remembers us each year PEA RIDGEI It is with sadness we note the death of Mr Hall at his home near Bridgeport Ho had been an invalid for some time He leaves a family of six to mourn his loss viz Mr Irvine Hall Mr Ben Hall Mr Albert Hall Mrs Carri- Dooley Mrs Laura Moore and Miss Minnie Hall The funeral and burial were at Bonson and was conducted Elder Polk South- heartfeltOur sympathy goes out our young friends in this sorros- and troubleIAlbany Ind is the guest of her parents this weekIIMiss Edith was guest ratlHolderd lotiMooresic Moore this week Miss Mary Kirchner and Mr Barry of Lexington wore married youngladyoften visited the family of 3ier uncle Mr John Edge Mr A Saunders sale at Bridge port was well attended and prlceEI were fairly good We are familyIfromwill like their future home SCRIBE e CHICAGO AND RETURN such tfoketto be good for the jour ney to Chicago only during the FOUR DAYS IMMEDIATELY and the day PRECEDING of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the stay of the meeting the FOUR DAYS FOLLOWING IMMEDIATELY II when properly countersigned and stnmpted during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1905that is to say between 9Ha m and 500 p mIn the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on appli cation in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each fullIholder exactly as given In his or her Certificate of Stock together witlf the number and date of such certify ate No more than one respecttotered on CompanyA51td Secretary CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children 111Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturn of OftWIUs Little I e Early Risers The famous little piUs are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to dunghadheartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to upandswelland puff up against the interferes f time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure oethbodyv r Stomach Inflammation of the mucout membranes the Stomach and tiveTractNervousAyapepsiaandCatarrv b After eating my food would distress me by maldnfmy heart palpitate and would become very weak Immtitler MRS CORING NICHOLS Penn Van N Y had stomach troubla and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaDuroD KAUBLE Nvada Q Digests What You Eat Dousebottlebolde2i4tto trill or cent tie Pripartd at the oratory of LabICMetfo IFor sale hr TW Gayle GET THE HABI7 AND READ THE d Complete ReportJ OF TUB MARKETSPOLITICAL l RAILROADIe NEWSI WARNEWS BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATI IN THE SOUTH How We Make You Safe IIn buying the preparations that enter so largely into prescriptions we procure those made by houses who rise assayed drugs These are drugs that have been subjected to analysis and their terminedSuch medical strength de preparations cost more than many druggistsI care to pay but no should go into prescrip tions Though we employ the highest grade drugs our prices are low and we do not believe are ever beaten 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 51tf OASTOEllABears Signature of thethe BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a in to 9 p m except 11 a ilL 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m1 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1135 in Leaves Paris 145 p m ratesfortheatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main 8 streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tf I I rt t r N r THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists InformationI theItry during the period of low rates poIntsifew suggestions of how best to see inoludingia sea toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that nq brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most oomfortablevand luxurious means j would pay you to confer Monon Route Agent while in LoujliterallyIon and information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis youIBacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky o OF INTEREST TO TRAY ELERS pnssengelldesiring t Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train aa every Sunday until Oc tober 15th inclusive No9 at Louisville until 000 p m No 6at Lexington until 480 pm No 14 at Burgin until 410 p m All interested will please be i governed accordingly tf Dr Weavers Syrup Poriflea the blood t Cerate ointment for the IkIII e Frankfort GinoinnaU Ho The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 Motosa272 I tAn7206 6 2SII sutnptlt 111 712211 6 34 Elkhbrn 1111 06 210 6 42 8682 6 Stamping Ground 1056 48 256 6 69 Duvall 841 2 705 Johnson 2 Georgetown j 829 2 lil 7 Iii 1 08 6 26 2 735 Newtown 854 807 9B45BConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q 0 KentucqCtllltrslConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L A 4 BETWEEN iNATIVIAP MIA DAMIPM 20B45lAr Cincinnati Lv 8 4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS fti MI20aAr 6 25 755 8 Lv sn Ar 683 80 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 720PI25P 60A A Paris L i 30A 542P U5PI PJOUP10 A Cincinnati Lj aMP GEO B HARPER 0 W cTea ana Uotii auot HAY PA i v IJI uCG nl When Johnny Conies Marchinsr Home nt Capital m Theatre Monday Oct 0 J THE SUCCESS WAS NOT A MATTER OF OPINION IT WAS A FACTALAN DALE IN THE AMERICAN At the close of the very first act ofII Johnny last night there was not a dissenting voice there could not possibly have been =the success was not a matter of opinion It was a fact As pretty and novoli an act as Now York has many a long day was revealed I t was Julian Edwards who set these hoopskirts to muio and it was onlibreIjIngling and there was a solo that could not have been beaten There was a concerted arrangement ofU The Suanee River that completely ob- I I litera ted from ray memory the fate ful last timo I heard itt And through the whole thing r trooped the hoopskirts It was these that made the hit of the evening Never again should the dalnt giIl be subjected to the cruel and ugly barbarity of tights now thei1t do not count It was fleeting glimpses of neither possibilities I that wo obtained as through a hoopskirt darkly But the chorus maiden took on a new significance f She was no longer the brassy tra la la Miss flaunting her anatomy in the eyes of a fatigued public She dressed the stage she hat significance she was of importance Her few of her wont a long way f She was a picturesque and well it was brand new This was theI novelty New York wanted That waltz in the first act when the huge stage of the New York was filled with the whirling skirts of 1tIJ se pretty maidens and they would even have been pretty in I tights delighted the house Blase- old rounders chuckled with glee and when the curtain fell there an enthusiasm for a novelty rfwas was cleanly and free from the nrity of the average musical When Johnny Comes Marching Home may be set down as an un equivocal success Julian Edwards has never done anything hotter His music is not only popular but r it is clover After all really pop- ulart music must be clever It al thoughrJuggledI ittever in it Mr Edwards must in fact be congratulated At Capital Theatre Monday October 9 One performance only Seats now sell Ing ea It was almost a miracle Bur dock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the body I am very grateful Miss Julia Filbridge West Cornwell Conn ri J1t t STAMPING GROUND Mr Jesse Humhrick or Uncle Jesse as everybody calls him is unconscious and tlui end looked for at any moment He is one of our oldest citizens Mr 1 B Adams Mr R L Thomapon and Mr Oscar Nutt r have none to Lakeridgo Ohio on their fishing trip Several of our farmers had theIr tobacco on thr Louisville market last week Ainorig them were Mr O D Bourne and Mr J M Hon aker They report good prices Mrs Geo E Wilkerson had her sister Mrs Alice Diokerson of Cincinnati as her guest recently There have been some good young mules sold in this neighborhood- and for good prices Mr Sam Craig sold a mare mule to Mr Agee of Owen county for 100 Mr Agee sold the mule at Owentou for 107 It was a Wean lingThere are one or two oases of scarlet fever in town but the physi ans have them quarantined and but little danger is feared of eon tagionMr John R Butler has sold his farm of 2 acres on the Owenton pike to Mr Ollie MoFarland for 1400 Mr L L Fugate has purchased 75 acres from Mr Goo W Trayloi oppositetheA number of friends from this place attended the funeral of Dr G Lee near Porter He was a brotherinlaw of Mrs Addle Sprake He was highly esteemed September 28 Mrs Sallie Massie widow of Mr John Massie aged 65 years She was a member of Caney Baptist Church Owen county Rev G W Hill conducted the funeral services UNO FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES To draw the fire out of a burn heal a cut without leaving a soar or to cure boils sores tetter ecze ma and all skin nail scalp diseases use DeWittp Witch Hazel Salve A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Stops the palm instantly and cures perma byJSNO SELLS HOUSE AND LOT Mr W A Howard has sold to Messrs J J and J N Bridges a house and lot at the corner of High and Holmes streets for 1840 cash WANTED By Chicago whole sale and mull order house assist nil t manager man or woman for territorySnhuvookly expense money advanced permnnentN particularsenvelope THOM Ai J COOPER CO- IlOt 182 Lake St Chicago Ill Dr Condition Towucrs are lust what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anJ ermifage They are not food tf pUthorse 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle f tlt V qIt ii 4 NORTHERN METHODIST CONFERENCE APPOINT ME1NT- SLOUISVILLE DISJIUCJI J D Walsh Presiding Elder fJo u it A illIBowling Green To Do supplied Bowling Green CircultWFrDunn Deer Lick To be supplied suppliedEarlington suppliedHardinsburg Hickory Grove J W Can tree Leitchflold H L Bashum LouisvilleEpwortitC H Ed wards OgdenWoKloyC suppliedMows suppliedOuron OwensboroJ B Perrynmn Sacramento Daniel Kritzer Sample Supplied Soottsvillo Supplled Summit Supplied Tompkinsville D P Holtzolaw Vine Grove To be supplied suppliedALEXINGTON DISTRICT sJdfngEhlorAlbany W H Evans Barbourville T B Stratton Barbonrville Circuit W W Slier herdBethelS W Carrier suppliedBoonvilleW suppliedCollegeDortonTo be supplied suppliedEdenTo Flat GapTo be supplied suppliedGrayJ suppliedHolly EbrightLexingtonG London W G Bradford suppliedMlddlehurgB Middlesboro George H 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take Acts promptly a De Early Risers The famous pink PLATE GLASS WINDOW FALLS OUT The large plate glass window of South Cos drug store Bridge street very mysteriously fell out on Tuesday night and was smashed to atoms Only one remedy in the world at once stop itohiness of dyDoansetore60cet8 Treata at ppnrlriesiiwDteeidi0siateldabeldeK tpYp IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has boon 1i use for over 30 years has hoiyie tho signature of persdeceive iFCounterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIALCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PareIgorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is guarantee It destroys Worms 4i and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of r i The Kind You Have Always Bought J In Use For Over 30 Years THe NW t j SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLouisville LinesITIME TABLEt Corrected to June 25 190J Louisville Division No1 No No a am pm pm Lv Louisville 7i 700 Ar Bhelbyville 910 528 861 Lawrenceburg 966 620 985 Versailles 1018 642 964 Lexington 710 103 Burgin 726 Georgetown 1160 740 No4 No2 No8Jam pm am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 005 44E 789 Versailles 025 612 766 Lawrenceburg 648 640 820 Bhelbyville 720 626 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains 6 and 0 Through Obser vation chair cnr between burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a m for the South andarriving 750 from the South through cars from and to Asheville N CV1a Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train Louisville 730 pm and army tug Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 Lv Louisville 850 am 10KOp Huntingburg 1146 a m 1280 a m Princeton 100 p m 145 a m St Louis 686 pm 782 a m No8No1 Lv St Louis Ar Princeton 18osam110OOPHun tin burg Louisville No No Lv Louisville 000 p 850 a Ar Huntingburg 850 p ml 1146 a m Evansville 1025 P 180p m No9 NoJI2 Iv BvansvlUo 780 am l15p Ar Huntingburg 250 p Ar Louisville ll69aml 646 pm Trains Nog 2 Band 4 run solid between- LouisvlUe and sL Lenla Trains Noa 0 and run soUd between Louts ville and Evansville carrying Chair Oars Trains 21 and 23 carry Through first clans aO between ville Day tram between Louisville and St Lout carry Cafe Parlor Oars Night trains between Louisville andSt Lout carr Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Can with buffet service For tickets and further information apply RailwayH GAll A n Illinois Central Seventh l River Louisville No Memphis N 0 Ltd No Leaves 040 m Arrives 746 a m 1 New Orleans Special No pmNoJJ1Forpoints Connection to and from KllaabetH town and viUe xaap t noI H04genoville No1Leavea Pot Cebtr l City ConneotlBg service toI oalSunda1S and has been made under his sonal supervision since its j Allow no one to you in this All are of its 1046 1055 Ar GB signature is on every box of the Senoras rf i Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet yih- e remedy that cawr n ale IB one day Dr R P Buckmaster steopathic Physician rI Office at Mrs Vm 0Donnellsr 485 Main Street f Will he in office TUESDAY THURS filDAY and SATURDAY Tenn Tel 875 48tf New Fast Train rl i TO 1 lIt Colorado ir UTAHANDT 1 lm11ThrouRI1sco now on For ryRTray Pass Act Louisville Ky rH 0 TOWNSEND ii Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis fj Moi f iiii C tit U TIM TAKLfa j SOUTH No21 NoiIP M Lexington 8 90 6 2- yehelbpvilleir LoQlnvllIe 1100 800 1NORTHAM PMI rCv Louisville 880 600 iflheloyvllle 928 700 frankfort 710 A Lexington 11116 840 H HFHilienmeyerte jBLUE GRASS NURSERIES kjl Lexington Ky F Offer for the Fall of 19058 fun tstock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Vines Aapar gw Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs i etcJWe employ no agents but self planterCatalogue Sept2U8m k y