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W 1 j t f fi i I r1 44 rtt THE FRANKFORT ROUNDA OUT 11 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance q yVOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 14 1905 NO ifit cIIothes5 bn i CO f fRrGtiL r f ST ST KY 1 flB tKeOuti ir tiJf lJI ken f Jt Great Interest is being d i this section of the State jvin the exhibition oft the State Fanciers and Breeder- which will be held here in December Breeders and fanciers of the counties are triaking daily for entry blanks apd It io the opinion of the in charge that Frankfort will have due of the largest and most crowds that has over attended such a meeting in the State Not only the counties are taking an interest in the coming meeting t but men from other States have their inten 1 tioq of being present and taking v part in the The leading merchants of the z city havd given handsome prizes and the is adding new ones each day and every indication points to a very aid suo oessfu meeting ThisJs an cur people should and assist in every way they possibly can The State of offered a handsome cash prize which will be hotly contested for by all and this one prize will attract muny exhibitors from a distance The line seleotol Mr Jerry Newman to solicit advertise tents for the program and pre mium list which will be gotten up in the very best and latest sty e and mailed this soetio of the State Fifteen hundred copies will be isHued is only quo week before I Christmas this wilt snake one of 1tho best and most ways our can for the holiday trade The catalogue will be mailed on November 1st giving the receivers plenty of time to read it through before the moot Ing as well as giving the adver users a run for their money Mr Newman will call on the morp chants ilia low days and explain f how the will be g rrfuF By tpking BP you I only to M tttie a STRONGTheres snap but and style and fit in our Boys thats un the boys like to wear them And how the do wear Made of hon est sewed with silk thread seams taped sewed on to stay should be All at from 200 to 800 but An K McCLURE SON CLAIR FRANKFORT GRATIFYING fand11teotiSho manifested throughout approaching Association adjoining application gentlemon representative surrounding prominent expressed proceedings committee profitable enterprise appreciate Kentucky Association throughout andasthe exhibition profitable merchants advertise catalogue ottenIhblpthe association exhibition permanent lr Clothes equalled clothes allwool materials buttons strong everywhere boys clothes strong prices Exceptional LineaL 500 R 212214 but will also obtain splendid ad vertising medium t q NEW JBUILDINGS f 1 Mrs EugeneWilliams is building two 11eI fleas on his lot on Bridge street Sio They will be storeroomsAN DEAL DAY Sunday last was u espeoiall- Ideal fall day All mturo Jto sinile and the air wt ild an balmy during the middle of the day and pool and bracing both norning and evening MAJOR B G THOMAS RETIRES Maj B G Thomas one of the last of tutu oldtime taco horse men of Lexington will close out hlsj Dixiana Stud of 40 horses and re tiro from the turn the near future TUESDAYS BLAZE An alarm from box 25 at 910 on Tuesday morning was occasioned by a pile of trash in the stable Mr John C Mastin on Catfle- alley catching fire It was quickly extinguished without loss WANTED By Chicago whole sole and mail order house assist cut manager man or woman for torritorySnlalweekly expense money advanced permanentNo pnrtlcularsenvelopej COn Ill MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS TO JUDGE JOS H LEWIS Judge W H Holt of Louisville but formerly Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals presented to that oOl1rton Tuesday resolutions adopted by his former associates on the appellate bench in honor Judge Jos H Lewis ofI The memorial was signed Judges W S Pryor W H byI B L D Gully J D White e rge DuRelle Jas H Hazelrigg and A R Burnam Tlio momorjnl was ordered of record v q L CoC- OPYRIGHY 1905 t COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout Will you give me space to say few words in regard to the a preaching election for city officers It has boon urged as an objection jto the election of Mr Kenner Taylor as Mayor that he will use whisky in his race We are thorized to say that Mr 1a aUI HAS NOT NOR WILL HE MANNEd R enoourIIAi Is urged that Dr Hume Is better business man than his o jJmakedisposition i deny Dr umes ability in tuio tl but it eerI tainly has not be shown has nuy more ex ontive chili than his opponent Mr Taylor has serve Coun oilman and has been vigilant and efficient There has been no rid ore passed that was of doubt v character but what has mot his oppositioni to see so clever a gentleman as Dr Hume being used as a catspaw by the machine to draw the chestnuts out of the fire for them We dont like the company he is in just now His 10dg company mu suffer the consequences Pro people will seq to it that the machine is told to Go Way Back and S Down hard JUSTICE FRIGHTFUL SUFFERING RELIEVED P Suffering frightfully from virulent poisons of undigested foo C G Grayson of Ltila Miss took Dr Kings NOW Life Pills with the result he writes that I was oared All stomach and bowel toutso S gists guaranteed SUNDAYS LARlII PIwas a small blaze in the residence of Mr George Baker on Third street It was quickly extinguished wi nominal loss i WINTER WORK IN Y M C A Secretary J Paul Swain of tho Y M C Afs planning a very vigorous campaign for the associa tion men during the winter months He has just Issued a prospectus of an evening school for classes in business correspondence commer bookkeepingAs there will be a number of practical talks dolfvered by prominent bui noss and profssional men of tho RndIOctober 27 Sociological Aspects of y n1 Small City Rev William CroweNovember aTho Science of Ad vertising M Dolvaux Coyle Npvembor 10 Appendicitis Dr E C Roemele November 17An Employers Measure of a Man W G Simpson November 247Tuberculosis Dr H S Keller ManOughtDecember 8aelenco of Sales manship Chas F Strassner December 15 Pneumonia Dr E E Hume December 22 Real Estate Invest PosoyIorganizedI El1roIlmentl9 while the classes will open October 16 Mens meeting will be held in the Opera House during the months of December and January on Sunday afternoon The very best speakers that can be secured will be on the program Gcod music will also be a feature Bible classes will be conducted in and out of the building A class TuesdayPSecretary Swain for the purpose of training Bible teachers Another class will be conducted for those DepartmentI DlreofThe Frankfort Association will endeavor to raise 100 for the sup port of Mr Fred J Michel in India organizePt railwayIIheld on Saturday morning before Sundaytyfor the bofs Addressed by local speakers P ff A DAREDEVIL RIDE Often ends in a sad accident To Buokleiin luv foot from au accident ColuwbitsbutBuuklens i1burnsglstsT ANOTHER SMALL BLAZE anitmon to the residence of Col M H Williams Sr on Main street known as tho old stoup tavern where a big blaze from a chimney lookdwas thrown into the Hue by tho fire buys quickly extinguishing the blaze No damage lfnnufnotl1ring withlocnl I ollice Salary 18 paid weekly ermanent position No invest experience ComoBlockEhDrWeaver e Treatment Sjrrap porUIeg the blood Cerate heals akin eruption J A riwfr r Another large shipment of NewStylish Skirts just received by ex press They are made of Panama Serge Chevoit Cloth and Voile Usual values 500 750 1000 You should see them beyfore buying elsewhere fly SkirtsAWe are also showing ex cellent values in RAIN COATS at 1000 and up ward New Styles of Ladies r Coats and Suits coming in almost daily r Dress Goods Special Values in SILK and WOOL Dress Goods all the newest weaves and shadesat 50o 75o and 100 per yard cnrryi1andHosieryto look over u tock C1KAWU- 1 BRO i AT BRIDGE OA aXABean SIgnature F A Bought W rt Our Great 100 Skirt PERSONAL Mr E W Bosworth went to Lexington on Monday Mr John C Sower and son spent Sunday in LouisvilleIV I Miss Mollie Berryman is visiting i relatives in Versailles Miss Ella Wolf of the Call spent Sunday in Lexington Mr John B Dryden Sr spent unday in Cincinnati Rev C J Nugent of LaGrange spent Monday in this city Miss Lena of office spent Sunday in LexingtonIi fwasMist Bertha Scott returned from Cincinnati on Saturday nighttMr Jas Bryant and wife visited lelatives in Louisville Sunday Mr W P Williams of Irvine visited relatives here this week Mr D W Lindsoy Jr has re turned from a trip to Louisville 1Mrs Hubert Vreeland visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr A Pilkington made a busi weekiD 1parents in Shelbyville this week Mrs Letha Williams of Louis t ville is the guest of relatives berec r Miss Clifford Hazelrigg is visit ing her sister Mrs Moore in Paris Miss Jennie MoKee returned Sat urday night from a visit to Coving tou Mr Henry Wright and wife visited his brother in Louisville on Sunday Mr Wm Cromwell went to Lex 1 Ington on legal business Wednesday Mr B B Jeffers wife and daugh ter are visiting friends in Chicago Ills x Miss Cordie Jeffers has returned from a visit to friends in Cinoin Miath ey Coy Geo B Harper and wife re turned Tuesday night from Cincin nati MrH Cook of Danville visited Tier brother Rev Wm Crowe this 7L Week VirginiaJ4j WeekMr George Ireland and wife are visiting relatives in Memphis Tenn Col Sam J Shackleford has rep turned from a weeks visit to Lou isville Miss Lena Kirtley has returned from a visit to friends in Stamping GroundMr H Dudley of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of relativesMr W Lewis of Louisville Spout Sunday hero the guest of relatives Judge B Williams went to Georgetown on legal business Thursday fo l E H Taylor Jr has returned Jfrom a business trip to Chi eago Ills Mrs V Borberich and daughter t Miss Margaret have returned from Cincinnati Mr IL IC McClure has returned from the Presbyterian Synod at Covington ftlfl s Henton Thomson has re turned from a visit to friends in JLexington Miss Eunice Konney and Miss EMaymo Tobiu have returned from of t Lexington X Miss Martha Rhodes Carter of Versailles attended the ClayWat rVf3on wedding of I 1 l p j MAKE YO- URDOLLAR COUNTWhen you go shopping for Dry Goods Cloaks and Notions Dont Fail to See What We are Offering What we want to talk about today especially Undersl3irtslWements We have Underskirts in Silk Wool and Mercerize We show the very best assortment of Lace Curtains Our Dress Goods Stock is full of all New Style materials and all New Shades CHAS J WEITZEL Mrs E 0 ORear and Miss Beckley wont to Mt Ster Thursday Col Geo W Long ExStato Treasurer of Leitchlleld was In the city Sunday Mr D J Hubbell and daughter Mabel visited friends in Cin cinnati on Sunday Col Ed E Abbettand son Master Leon spent Sunday in Coving ton tin I old home Mrs L B Marshall has returned from a visit to her Daughter Miss Nellie in Cincinnati Miss Margaret A Lewis and Mr Will A Lewis returned from Lou Saturday night Mrs W H Pose has returned a visit to Danville to see her daughter Miss Edith Miss Anna Barr of Louisville is guest of Mrs J Buford Hen drick at Tile Terraces Mr Austin Robinson and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Shelby county Mrs Hiram Berry has returned from a visit to relatives at her old home in Williamstown Rev J O A Vaught and daugh ter Mrs Ray relatives at Harrodsburg this weekIAttorney Chas ington was in courts here Wednesday Mrs W W Longmoor and Mrs W Long left Tuesday for Cyn thiana to visit relatives Mr W G Simpson attended the State Improvement Convention in Louisville on Wednesday Mr Elmore Settle of Louisville visited his parents Judge W E Settle and wife this week Mr Julian Chinn of State Col lege Lexington attended the Clay Watson wedding Thursday Mrs J H Fuqua who has been visiting relatives at her old home at Russellville has returned Miss Nettie Walcutt of Lakeland who has been the guest of Mrs H S Keller has returned home Mrs Ella Hammond of Smithfield is the guest of her son Mr A B Hammond Taylor Avenue Mrs Mary Andrews of Flemings burg was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams and wife this week Dr John W Gayle attended the meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy at Lexington this week Mrs A M Slack and son Albert Jr are visiting her parents Dr Bryan and wife in Georgetown Col T P Curtis evangelist for Messrs J T S Brown Sop of Louisville was here Wednesday Mr George Watson of Central University J iville attended the marrinuc of his sister on Thursday Mrs Frank W Robinson and laughter Miss Elizabeth are visit- Ing relatives at Indianapolis Ind Miss Lizzie C Hunt of GreEn- ville Miss who has been visiting relatives here has returned me Mrs Geo W Long of Leitch field was the guest of her sister Mrs Lulu B Longmoor this week Mrs L B McBroyer and Mrs d Wildbeiger of Lawrenceburg were guests of friends here this weekMiss Sarah Burnam of Richmond was the truest of Miss Virginia Oninn Shelby street this weekMrs Jennie MnFarland of New Orleans La was the guest of Mrs Kato Patton Fourth Avenue this weekMr Alex K Marshall and wife Mason county wore guests of Rev M B Adorns and wife this week Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife Nowtown were guests of her WJi i FT mother Mrs R P Pepper this I weekMr R R Wilson wife and son who have been visiting relatives at Falmouth returned home Saturday night IDr V A H Kaltenbrun and arrived home from their bridal trip and have gone to housekeeping Miss Bessie Coons of New York who has been the guest of Judge T L Edelen and wife returned home MondayProf H C McKee attended a meeting of the Kentucky Educa tional Improvement Committee this week Mr Geo F Berry and wife andI Mrs Coinelia Bush visited HonIW L Cannon and wife at Midway this week Mr A Fox Respass of Mays ville who has been the guest of friends here left Wednesday for LexingtonMrs and daughter of Chi cago who have been guests of her aunt Mrs Guy Barrett have re turned home Mr J M VanDerveer was called to Hamilton Ohio Tuesday to attend the funeral of his uncle Mr Henry YanDerveerIMr ilton Ohio Tuesday to attend the funeral of his fatherinlaw Mr Henry VanDerveer Mr Jos Brown of Central Uni versity Danville attended the wedding of his cousin Miss Jane Watson on Thursday Mr A K Marshall and wife who have been guests of their daughter Mrs M B Adams re turn home this morning Mr E W Hamm editor and pro prietor of the Eminence Constitu tlon was in the city Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Messrs L S Graham Eugene Wolf and E B Duncan attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in Shelbyville this week Mrs Margaret Bridgeford who liar been visiting her son Mr W B Brldgpford in Cincinnati returned home Sunday night Mrs Robert Christie and daughter of Pittsburg Penn attended the wedding of Miss June Watson and Mr Clay on Thursday Masters C Bull Jr of Green ville Mss who has been the guest of hi grandmother Mrs Bull Sr has returned home Mr R K MoClure attended the Synod of Kentucky at Covington as the Ruling Elder from the First Presbyterian Church this week Mrs W L Cannon of Woodford county was the guest of her brother Mr George F Berry at Juniper Hill the first of this week Capt J A Archer and Mr Frank K Rodman of Cincinnati Ohio wore in the city on Monday having come over in an automobile GulfportMisssister Mrs L B Wolsenburg Jr has gone to her old home at George Mary Andrews and daugh ter Mrs Ella Sutton who have been guests of Rev Dr M B Adams and wife have returned home Mrs John W Milam and Mrs Anna VanDerveer were called to Hamilton Ohio on Monday by the death of Mr Henry VanDerveer father of Mrs Milam Mr W B Bridgoford of Cinoin nati came over Sunday night and visited friends hero this week going to Shelbyville to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Mr Walter Bennett and Mrs Wm Neils of Newport Mrs W R Miller of aul Mrs Chas Miller of Mflldalo who have boon guests of Mrs Martha Reed have gone home t Y c j f f 1 I SEE OUR if 25 35 50 60 and 75c Quality iJ Lace Curtains r r tiV tp tV 0 it All fine and 25 per cent not be Copt H A Daniel of Ithaca N Y but formerly of this city and later of is lying ill with typhoid feverwith no hopes of recovery mother Mrs G W Daniel lives hi this city Cant be perfect health without pure blood Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood Tones and in viforates the whole ela Joseph H Lewis Chapter U Di C held their election of oflicors for the ensuing year at the meeting held on Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel The ladles wore chosen J Alex Grant Vice President Miss Mary liar rison Second Vice President Mrs Lula B Secretary Miss Elizabeth Blanton Secretary Miss Lucy Pattie Nellie Steadman E L Samuel HURT IN WRECK ON L N R R In a collision on the L N Rail road near on Tuesday afternoon among others hurt was Col Eph Lillard of this city It seems that two sections of time train were running close together when time rear train ran into the forward section A dozen or more persons wore more or loss hurt LADIES The ladies of the Methodist Church will have their as usual in time Main street today They will offer for sale pies cakes candy etc They sell only thp best Give them a call for your Sunday dinner i irFN 100 JfJ ttJI TO i 5r 1000 1 tIJ P IRifP i 1 jnu Ladies Jackets i Coats and SuitsU Childrens long coats 275 Childrens long coats 875kChildrens long coats 500 Ladles jackets X500 Ladies jackets 750 kj Long coats 750 Long coats 1050 Suits 1000 1750 2500 grade strictly tailored Fully ex IIILexington system HILEWIS following PresidentMrs Recording HistorianMrs OoxTrtJaRurorlfrs Livingston EXCHANGE Exchange CollinsjBuilding Zj BUGGY SMASHED IDr N M Garrett seems to be peculiarly unfortunate with buggies and horses On Thursday the horse attached to his buggy became frightened and ran away smashing the buggy This is the second time within a year that this misfortune has befallen the doctor Luckily he was not in the buggy either time O lTORX A Dean tveef PER A KiadYot M 1 DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT I St Clair Flats i Port Huron Bo the Magnificent Steamtn t Of the Leaving foot of Madison StreetDaBTat A after arrival of trains Returning arrive Week Day rSundayagoorM Fare to Detroit round trip ii Excursion to Detroit and return Week Day st Sunday 750 To Ft Huron and return delightful two days trip only faoo meals Bad berth extra Special Rattj 10 Soslellsj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooIt Duluth etc For further Information nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 P TrUgr WH NtOJfA 0 JP- I THE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR WINTER CLOTHING OUR SUPERB SHOWING IS RBADY FOR YOUR INSPECTION L K D d W CO TO BE DISSOLVED The Kentucky Distillery and Warehouse Company is to bo dis solved This is part of a plan an nounced by tho Distillers Securi ties Corporation from headquarters at New York for the purpose of curtailing expenses and simplifyin work The other companies affected by this decision are the A mer icall- Spirits Company which operates in the West and probably the Hannis Distilling Company which controls the output of distilleries In Maryland antJ- West The dissolution of the Kentuck Distilleries and Com pany will not affect the employes in Louisville or who will be continued under the direction of the distillers corporation The staff in New York will be considerably reduced how everThis move is in lino with a policy inaugurated last spring when the Standard Distilling and Distrib uting Company was dissolved and the central corporation took ove its various properties A Wathen of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Com pany at Louisville said Lthat it was the purpose of the Corporation to dissolve the subsidiary companies as soon ii as all the stock of the various com ji panics is bought or the f stockholders induced to go in This result in a saving on the salary he clerical force and will ma taxesItiFREE TRIP TO FRANKFORT f A Very Enterprising Offer The Retail Merchants Ass oia- i r tion of Frankfort have arranged l t with the F C Railroad to run a l special train from Paris to Frank f fort on next Wednesday the 18th i leaving Paris at 8 oclock and stop j ping at all stations Returning i iJ train will leave Frankfort at 4 p m giving the visitors a whole tv day in This train is run under management of The Re i tail Merchants Associations and r i the trip will be entirely free of ex ponse so far as railroad fare Is con to all the guests of the asso elation Special j have been mailed to a great many f residing along the route of the F C S R These iuvitar l Lions will be accepted as a round- tripcf ticket on the train It has tt r Suits and In unequaled assortment and superb Styles that can not be surpassed by any of the large oity stores E Nobby effects 600 to 25 00 SUITS Long Style or Coats 1000 to 3500 DEMI COSTUME- The most exclusive Styles 25 to 5000 SkirtsSpecial 500 Special styles 800 to 1200 I I Manufacturing generalclerical cLJ independent 1will ifcerned ticketinvitations Gloaks CLOAKS been tho wish ofjjtho Association to send an invitation to every faun ily residing at each station along 1the F C and if any have been overlooked if they or some of their neighbors who have received an invitation will notify the Secretary of tho Association Mr W D Furr Frankfort an invitation covering gladlgy to as not d that any bo overlooked The Association desires it distinctly that no one assumes any ob ligation to buy anything from any ono by accepting the invitation and coming on the train The Associa jtion simply desires to become bet oyf CapitasCity Remember to bring the Invitation with you as it will be as your railroad ticket 9con ductor on train 1 FOR SALEII have a set of walnut furniture a small heating stove and a cook tor6lt 224 W Main St 1 PHONOGRAPHS AT NOMINAL COST Read the advertisement of Mr E R Austin Sales Manager in todays paper offering a phono graph for 1065 for a limited time These phonographs will be on sale at the Bazaar Store and they will be thoroughly tested before being deliveredA of records will be furnished with each machine free of costFor particulars read the good man to handle exclusively or as a side line our lubricatiug oils and Salary or commission Vulcan Chemical Co Cleveland O 6lt YOM KIPPUR Our Jewish fellow citizens observed the Day of Atonement by the closing of their places of busi ness on Monday last until the going down of the sun They also held appropriate ser vice in Odd Fellows Tomple that morningThe is known as Yom Kip- pur Dr WeMrera Syrup and Cerate 8uM Mful treatment for blood sad akin dlaeaaa ShirtWaists Are better style than for soy oral seasons we have the white Poplin or Embroidered Linen Waists from 100 to 600 The comfortable Wool Batisto Waists especially Rood in black 800 to 500 Silk Waists high class makes 100 to 1000 ChildrensCloaks Are a Special Feature with us Now Styles 300 up NO STEP BACKWARD It is well enough for every voter at the election to re member that an amendment is pro posed to the present Constitution providing for a return to the old fashionqd way of voting viva voce or by word of mouth This will be either adopted or rejected by the people at the approaching election brous secret ballot y tho advantage outnumbers so the disadvantages and objectioamon that there is no fairminded and unprejudiced men that the secret ballot Is infinite- s preferable to the old way It u doubtedly gives an opportunity a fairer expression of the than the old way It dues not behoove Kentucky take a backward step in the march- to the future Every State in Union is using the Australian secret ballot Why should Ien- tacky do this thing simply at behest of a lot of unscrupulous politicians VOTE AGAINST THE AMEND MENT THE NEW CAPITAL TRUST- COMPANY OPENS FOR BUSINESS The new Capital TrustCo locatedin the Mason Hogs buil ing at the corner of Main and St Clair streets opened its doors f business on Monday last The fo lowing gentlemen are the officer- sPresident T L Edelen Vice President and General Man agerW H Posey Secretary and Treasurer John- McH Craig The office fittings are very hand some and the vault a splendid place foi safety and security of deposits FUSIONISTS DEVICE ThoFusionists of this city hav adopted the If Ark as the device- under which the ticket will placed on the ballot for the N vember election It is a very suggestive one 8 A PLEASURE TO ALL No pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people en joy their cleansing effect while- strong people say they are the liver pills sold Sold by J Gaylo r ti t jr + f1 I 1r E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky L7 N Merode Underwear Heads the list for women mon and children 25o Vost and Pants a little better than others qualityVestsHeavy or light weight 100 Merodo Union Suits DixieWool Blankets Are Best All Prices 1vI FARMER therefaro OLD TAYLOR PREMIER4V KENTUCKY WHISKEY CONSUMPTIONS WARNING I Inside facts soon become evident la outside etsymptomsDR G G GREEN far QThe aid of scientific inventions is not lungnscan e g readily noted by anyone of average inItelligence QThere is no disease known that gives so approachn ax for can be so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boscheei German Syrup which is made to consumption to qIt is in the early stages that German the warningare doori companied by frequent the But no matter how expectorationIcough even if dread already attacked your Syrup surely effect a cureas it haa apparentlyhopelessqNew trial bottles 25C Regular sc75 At all druggists Foe sale by J W Gayle railroadsJissued for their construction equip mainornounland other securities most of which are now held In our own citiens All classes of people and all kind of business are interested in the subject and will bo affected laver ably or unfavorably by whatever may be done A false step might work the most serious injury to th countrys welfare and the people prosperityIt necessary to say that the Democratic party is incapable of satisfactorily dealing with such a problembecnuRe Fayes far better for this most bo important be true we shall prove un ofaithful to ourselves if we do not continue it in power for it is our V duty to all interests involved and to the country as a whole to shoos at this time as well as at other agencythatistration of our public affairs e I DO YOU WANT STRENGTH If you want to increase your Vstrength you must add to and not the physical In Bother words tho food that you eat must be digested assimilated and appro printed by the nerve blood and tissues before being expelled from RperlllaCure strengthinant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the strongthuiviim qualities Sold by J W Gayle IC s nJBears tho Signatureof r A Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot akin eroptloni Furs Have been a Special Feature with us for years Our stock this season Is better than overALL STYLES i x ALL PRICES QUALITY COUNTS y Dress Goods and SilksiThe Biggest Assortment ever shown in Frankfort Our values can not be equaled Seo our 50o Dress GoodsntBee our 80in Silk at 100 r S IJ Virginia Warehouse Frankfurt Tuesday Securities Frankfort persons PIRE understood accepted November Australian voters- will qunUUjd IF C SPEC IAlS r Chi sago Ili SIO5O Round Trip Oct 23 24 Final Limit Nov 5 For father information apply to elC W HAY AIIOct tp SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson t Route r Free Reclining Chair Cars on Betwe- enLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louisa SEEKERSRATES tl SOUTHWEST 4schange of location in the near future Get the Henderson Route Habit It is the comfortable line and ao istopportunityof thefreeWHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN r4Trav Pass A t Gen Pass A aLOUISVILLE C 0 TIME TABLE SOUTHYo11 r X P M JT Lexington U JlrlIkfort NoNORTHM PU r600Sheloyylle aAcomplaint eNaturesthe bowels II J1 fliEFfankrortHDunilaDQUt Entered at the poatoifice ut Frankfurt Ken tucks ns secondclass nmilnble matter 3E0 A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 14 1905 J a CELEBRATES 75TH BIRTHDAY t Mrs Martin Jetfc Read widow of tho Into Mr Alfred Rend oolo l brntGd her 75th birthday on Thursday of Inst week at her home on the Louisville pike There were four generations pres ont nttho dinner table that day as follows Mrs Martha Road her daughter Mrs Jnlla Nillor of 3ovington her daughterinlaw Mrs May me Miller her daughter aiiss Ethel Miller ofranvcounty The following persons were seate i at the hospitable board besides those given above Mrs Ella Ben iiott Mrs Jessie Neil and Master Walter Neil all of Newport Tudg W L Jott Mrs Sue E Jett Mrs SallJo Gaines Miss Bettio Graves Andrew Thomason Stephen A- rnoldMrs Kate Redmond Mrs Elizabeth Johnson Miss Salli- Johnson Mrs Robert Crockett Mr and Mrs Parrett Thos Card we1Mrs Martha Cardwell Miss Sue Read Andrew Read Miss Cor die Cardwell and Miss Millie Hawkins servef4d g j fo this good woman man happy re turns of the day Mrs Read received many val luable and useful presents NOTABLE EVENT The Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph gives the following note of an interesting engagement Dr MoEwan is a widower and a very hue GOld ana RnotltBI The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS1when EmUlSm abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma Itlon heals the membranes of the throat and lungs 1nd drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTTY BOWNE Chemistsr 409415 Pearl Street SOc and 100 All druggists I 3000 FOR 1965 0 E1 rce55 Of Smoking Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleterious effect the cardiac or heart nerve- than the excessive use of tobacco Pain an oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleepingon the lelt side and smothering at when the sufferer has to til up in bed to breathe are the most common svmptoms of a weak heart Smokers who teel these symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experien- ceII greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in clu Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with bathingetc I faithfully followed the given am to say that liedwas so nervous I could not keep my paindwould be forced to assume a sitting to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeating Drjother remedies to all sufferers from heart pr Eu1AltHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bbt tleDr Miles Remedies Sand free book AddrislIdistinguished mnn who was called twice to the presidency of Central University In Danville He is a Kentuckian by birth and well known in Lexington seaterdayFrazer at her home in Ripley street announcement was made of the engagement of Mrs Eleanor Fulton Colvin to the Rev Dr Wil liam L MoEwan pastor of th Third Presbyterian Church Fou oclock was hour named and the guests were received by Mrs Frazor and her honor guest Mrs R H Brown and Mrs Sarah Ellis poured tea and chocolate and those who assisted were Mrs Sarah Frazer Miss Katherine Ellis Miss AGZII Ellis and Miss Margery Brown Simple but effective arrangements of pink roses white asters and pink carnations obtained in the drawing room and in the dining room pink tinted carnations were used in the center piece Al though no exact date has as yet boon announced for the wedding it is to take place some time this month at the of Mrs Colvin in Mellon street Mrs Colvin is cousin of Judge Frazor and is daughter of the late George P Fulton Dr McEwans many friends in this city will read the above with great interest and tender their con gratulations His sisters Mrs J R Todd Mrs S M Noel Miss Mollie Mr Ewan and Miss Tina MoEwan le- side in this city His sister Miss Lizzie lives with him in Pittsbur and his brother Mr Jas A Mo Ewan lives at Woodlake mss KINDER MIXED Our neighbor has the following in its issue of Tuesday morning The city is repairing North St Clair street Work has already begun on St Clair street between Second and the river It is hardly necessary to say that St Clair street is on the north side of the liver while Second is on the south side Come come neighbor get it straight OFFICERS GRAND LODGE ODD FELLowS The following gentlemen were oloetod tho oflicers of the Grand Lodge of Odd Follows of Kentucky at Shelby villa on Wednesday Grand Master A W Clements of Morgan field Deputy Grand Master W 0 G Hobbs of Lexington Grand Warden D 11 Bridges of CarrolltonGrand R G Elliott ofLexingtonGrand Goo W Mor ris of Louisville Sorericy of Louisville and C P Scott of Ghent The next meeting of the Grand Lodge will be held atKarrodsburg in October 1100 The Grand Lodge wore given a grand burgoo and barbecue on Wed nesday afternoon The session closed on Wednesday night It has been one of the best meet ings over held by that body Shelbyvillos bodyeCHEATED DEATH Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medi cine E H Wolfe of Boar Grove Iowa cheated death He says H1wo years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters whioh effected a complete cure I have also found of great benefit in general de bility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as J find they have no equal All druggists guarantee them at 50o FREE TRIP TO FRANKFORT Attention is called to the adver tisement of the Retail Merchants Association in todays paper It ewill be seen that purchasers who buy 20 worth of goods and in buying they are not confined to any one house but only to members of the Association will bo given a re bate on purchases or have their railroad fare refunded In addition on Wednesday afternoons a special train will be sent out on the F S 0 Railway for all points on the road leaving at 480 oclouJti1FOR ALL RINDS OF PILES burnnor cure sores ooze mn and all skin and scalp diseases use DeWitts Witch A specific for blind bleeding itoh Ing and protruding plies Stops the pain instantly and cures permai nently Got the genuine Sold by W Gaylo IaS PLENDfD RAINI On Tuesday last a gentle rain fell most of the this and well into the night Every drop sunk Into the thirsty earth It turned much coolpr and cleared off Tuesday night Phones Office New Old Residenco Now Old 846 Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours On in to 12m 2pm to 5 pm pmto8 pm- OfficeNo Main strootJoer Barretts ResidenceNo Frankfort Ky 3Sm Pleasant to take i If rII LaxatiVe Syrup w 1111 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i J And he will tell you Laxative Fruits arch their extracts are i i1 the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about at normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their sa1trare irritating to the intestines LYONS IIAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compoundand if used in Constipation will bringj about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness TIred Feeling Nauseousness 7r rte Bloated Feeling etc Jti J 3 our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thau Yi any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE jiV Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks Spades 1 J Cradles and Fingers i l Scythes and Snatches 3 Ji I1 Scythe Stones WheelTborrbw rnr Thresher Machine Oil ftt t- thI utP J Tarpaulins r rit j Monkey WrenchesJjJ t Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G1STAGG11tl J Hardware Paints Oils Etc itit tip ni J Ii i r tJ Value JOHN DRISCOLL Q lif 1JThe Leading Grocer J K I The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade ISour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL J A I16t Clajr St t Frankfort Kentucky n NOTICE tIl A Representative of the TALKOPHONE will be in Frankfort at the Bazar Store for 3 days only starting Monday the 16th 17th and 18th ht 3000 FOR 1965 f 1 7 I Will give every one who takes advantage of this sale a 3000 Machine for J 1965 also absolutely Free 600 worth of Records with each Machine sold in this time In order to convince you of the Superiority of this Machine 1011 will give a FREE CONCERT to which everybody is welcomes tJ t r Catalogues Managerr II ij W fJ s J I 1jt i tIt j 44f FREE TRIP TO r F A 7l FORTI1jk RAILROAD FARE REFUNDED EVERY DAYYit ti V FROM OCT 16 TO DECEMBER 30 1905 tM From all Points on L N C 0 and F C R Rr The RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION ol FKANKFORT KY WILL REFUND RAILROAD FARES on the following basis every day from October 16th to December 30th 1905 from all points on the Louisville and Nashville C O and Frankfort and Cincinnati Railroads READ CAREFULLY HOW TO GET A FREE TRIP r enteramountyou amountof20000tmembers of the Retail Merchants Associationamounts to 2000 you will be entitled to have your fares refunded t t On Wednesday afternoon of each week a SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Frankfort at 430 P M over the Frankfort n Cincinnati Railroad for Georgetown and intermediate pointsItlr rrBelow is a List of the Members of the Retail Merchants Association and their Business Cards h W S FARMER 320 Main Street ttlDry Goods Cloaks and Suits DressmakinglCRTJTQHER SIMP- SONc338340 Main Street A Clothing Furnishing Goods Shoes 4I GKE50 H STALIN 209211 St Clam Street Ii Furniture and Carpets I r PO SOWER GQV 307309 Main 4 Hardware Stoves Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement jIM A SELBERT 230 St Clair Jewelry Silverwear Cut Glass toi1 J id IMPOSSIBLE PORT AR THUEuLess than a year ago r a famous Ii military expert H1t tukes men drunK with victory and strong HJ r and ancient might to tiaro tho risk i of taking Port Arthur human and can not force i itwWhat prompted such a positive lioturn fromsuob an nl1t10rJ tnt v e source inaybe realized from the only llt16Qtior ucton in i t exist n oe battlefield to be exhibited by Lyman H Howe Ji in Frankfort at Capital Theatres on Wednesday This series of moving pictures in Mr Howe new program can no krfail to inspire true sensations o the elemental contest apex 4of the world where two civiliza lions were Jri Ufo and death sensations and impressions that nothing short of these graphicv swooping animated scenes alone can afford They begin where I more description ends Here is t great army a warlike nation quipped for scientific fighting and t officered by men trained in the 1i worlds best sohools twenty thouR t and men driven in a men o the same blood that defeated Na i1l gpoleon Sobas batepallingAloss t of lifo reupcdl the marvelous e a nrnst them is an entirely I now world power another army little known and less honored 1 They are ih a mighty tj l trugglo n the grandest tin ttlfkfl nlfl the world hats ever soon 1 ten neutrals had the hardi hood and pluck to risk their live dully to r for history this im mbtnorial conflict Only ton foil I train are accorded the privilege by th Japanese Government to do so Only one of those ten secured a enduring history of it In movie 1t turns and this one was the per social representative of Lyman H Howe special facilities extended him because of his in domitable zeal and personal brav cry by Baron General Nogi ho t has secured for Mr Howe tho only absolutely authentic reproduction of Amoving pictures direct from th fi linos of Port Arthur Mr- Howe will neither sell nor lease thorn to any exhibitor or theatre in America Thy can be soon at ht town exhibitions Exclusively an form but one of many equally in teresting scenes of worldwide in terest in the new program NOT LIKE OTHER GIRLS Miss Alyco Koo Nan who comes tp this city to the Capital Theatre oh Friday October 20 never tires r 1 7 I DAVIS 228 St Clair Street Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings M J MEAGHER CO 306 Main CapsSchool Etc CKAGIN BRO 4143 St Clair Dry Goods Notions Ladies ReadytoWear Garments CHARLES J WEITZEL 305 Main Dry Goods Notions ReadytoWear Garments W H AVERILLS SONS 33G Main Druggists of discussing her recent visit to Italy Miss Koe Nan believes ingoing through life with her ejes wide and although the public is accustomed to seeing her in varied lines thus quite naturally forming the opinion that she js Interested in the lighter vein of things theatrical Miss Kee Nan is a close student of everything that pertains to the stage and this yea she has been fitted with a character In111Uu Shalt Not Kill that suits her personality and on her appearance hero her many friends who are legion will doubtless give her an ovation In conversation with Miss Kee Nan at Pittsburg during her en gagement there she spoJc of her theatricalfItalian actors are many Sad some of them are excellent Their work kindtnight or every alternate night pied it is no usual thing for a com fiftyaresult the prompter is of course a prominent performar nt every Kalian play HoW diiierent hfauditorium and his voice is heard as n drumming undertone through every speech that is spoken on the stage The quickness of the Italian intellect is strikingly exhibited in the facility with which the actor follows the voice that comes up from their vary feet It is a bad condition of things arts very disturbing to an audience but forced necessityaprofession is not a good one in Italy from any point but the artis tic OUQ and even then it is ered by grovious disadvantages prolesgItalian actors are the best to be foundanywhere If there is a butter allaround actor than Erin etto Vonelll I have never soon him This gentleman Lleblor lCompany are to star hi this coun try the winter He is an actor in the literal and absolute sense of a man who assumes the character of another As n cease quenoA he plays anything and everything and his is as areddistinction but Signora Duso is almost the only living Italian actress of ite the first rank An Italianaudience eta theatre is not always a good ono It can he merciless and cruel I have seer it applaud an actor for sheer devil try Slid even an actress whoso only Interorst was sumo grotesque mannerisms or perhaps physics f t rI q i rr 1f7 R K McCLURE SON StreetClothing Shoes Trunks Etc ClairDryand Gents Furnishings J BroadwayStoves House Furnishing Goods AnnHardware St JOHN E MILES 121 St Clair St Flour and Meal infirmities ftlt can also be sum housefaitselfinthenotsoccasions bo the finest and most Inspirthouseroooasionswithvonelli bringlOUtU rnreCurtninsare unknown but the fervor withwhich the audience follows a fine actor up to the top of his great pas sage the hush the suspended tholongand finally the prolonged applause experienoeworth thunthethothontroil1 IntlmtprogresshusA PLEASURE TO ALL positiveThese Famous Little Pills are so childrendelicatejoy their cleansing effect while l bestiverGaylo DO TODAY It injunctionNevOryou can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That Is the torso ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug remedyforbe Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your sough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if stolid yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr l r il R S Glass F J Clair Dry WT SON 316 W C 313 Dry AND LOCAL No 3 INoDaily Stations S E Daily Son I PM A M Leave Leave AM PM Ar 225 745 0 Lexington 0810 825 20 Winchester m 8M 856 Clay 489 485 400 913j 144 Natural Stanton Bridge 57 828 480 a01449 Torrent 51 897Junction 826010 It t 225 Trains No 3 and daily trains daily except Sunday IITrains Nos 8 and close connection at fc fly for points on the O 8 K Trains Nos and 8 at L8 E Junction with thu C O lItTrains No8 and connect at By Hy for Sterling and local J R General t OHIO AND l No No 23 Daily No No Mia Ex Sund Ex Daily Ex Sund Mis A MLvePM Lve AMAr P M o 900 285 Jackson 925 200 OK Junction 8SO 1120 0i168 Wilhurst 885 1120 843I 162 417 1152 O 128 Hampton 980 1158 715 105 Cannel City 1228 s 645 1245 Non and wlll close connection at 0 K Junction wIth Nos 8 and foripoints on the Lexington and Eastern h M L CONLEY Superintendent RUNAWAYS CAUGHT Throe boys who had run away from the Institute for Feeble- Minded Children were captured in Louisville on LAST VANISHED When leading said that W M of Pokin In his grave Ho says 111hls groat specific completely oared me find saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years und con for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50o and 100 bottles at all druggists Ttrial bottle free J ROGERS SONS 115117 St Clair Furniture Carpets Window Shades Cut HEENEY240 St Goods Cloaks Carpets and Furnishing Goods READING Broadway LUTKEMEIR Broadway Goods and Carpets LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 1METABLE No4I 4AilsINo1 ArI 1010I 10IJI 94Jackson 801I other muke ManagerGPAKENTUCKY RAILWAY SundDally Ara 1921i4tmake Railway Thursday HOPE physicians hislustConsumptionCoughs undlungpreventive 331MainDry WaroKitchen EASTBOUNDWESTBOUND stationt DAN PATCH SETS THE RED ORD AGAIN t Dan Patch the noted pacinghorse sot the record agaitr at Lex ington on Saturday by going a nearflying IllinoiS Central Seventh F River Louisville tWJeavom New Orleans Special No Leaves ii01 p in Arrives 585m 123Leavesm IntermediateIolntlf HodgenvlUoNO Accommodation No r IvesQamForHodkcnvlllo and Hllzabethtown except on Sundnys Stop at nil stations Trains Run Dally 6r 4 t rftii trr i f7irI rH f J r J Now is the time for building BARNS 1 I We carry a complete stock of V Crimp and Corrugateq STEEL ROFIQ 4r Ruberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll t Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges ii d Track ofall kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled K 307309 Main St p cFranlfort t r Both Phones tncky MARRIED OHISM SMITH Nenr Harvie laud Mr William Chism and Miss Corn Smith were hinrrieil- NEWTONHUNT In this city on Thursday Mr Coleman Newton and Miss Magpie Hunt wore married by Rev L D Stuoke- rDERINGERWRIGHTIn this city on Tuesday Mr Hub Deringer and Miss Mary E Wright were married by RedL D Stucker WILSON FOTJDRA Y In this olty on Sattlyflay Mr B J Wilson and Miss Myrtle Fondray were married by Rev L D Stucke- rOERTHERGOBBERThe an nouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Jos J Oerther and Miss Margaret Qobber Miss Gobber is the handsome 4 daughter of Mr Henry Gobber and wife The happy event is to occur 9fl Wednesday October 25 tJtAYWATSON At the rest I deuce of the brides mother Mrs 0 K Watson on Thursday Mr W Herrick Olay of Pittsburg Penn and Miss Jane Swigert Watson were married by Rev Dr Robert Christie Uncle of the bride assisted by Rev Dr J MoO Blayney Mr Olay is a prominent young business man of the smoky city His bride is one of Frankforts sweetest and handsomest girls t She is a daughter of the late Mr H Howe Watson and wife The hearty congratulations of a large circle of relatives and friends attend them A DRAMA OF EVERYDAY LIFE Mrs Mary Stewart Cutting the author of Little Stories of Court shl11a recently published collec of her McClure romances of suburban life has in the October number another of her sympathetic tales of the simple home The Singe is the Ridges viewpoint of a little domestic drama in which the neighborhood tragedy of a neglected wife is straightened out in the light of big happenings which help husband and wife as Well as the neighbors to a readjust ment of ideas Mrs Cutting finds the romance In the simple lives of everyday people and her wholesome familiar Amwrioans get out quick sympathy because perhaps they are us a VAGARIES OF THE SEASON C In this county last weok a gen tleman reports to us that he saw a peach tree and a pear tree in full s bloom In Georgetown a locust tree that was supposed to have been dead for a year has bloomed twice in the last month and not a leaf was on the tree a one remedy in the world oftt Doans Ointment At any drug- storef 50 cents a ATTENDED GRAND LODGE t Col T Hiter Crockett as repre sentative from Frankfort Lodge No 28 Col W S Dehoney und Mr W B Bridpeford as repre sentatives of Capital Lodge No6 attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Shelbyville this week J Wealth of Watch Stock For Fall Trade j St H i F HUNTOn the West Side on Tuesday to Mr Wm Hunt and- wifea liable to itching plies Rich and poor old anti young terrible the torture they suffer Only one sure cure Deans Ointment safe cant fail FOURTH STATE CONVENTION The fourth of the State Develop ment Convention met in Louisville on Tuesday with more than 600 delegates in attendance Matters of grave were considered and en thusiasm was aroused in regard to the States best interests Monarch over pain Burns outs sprains stings Instant relief SOLD HOUSE AND LOT Mr W F Nickles sold a house and lot on Wilkinson street on Saturday to John Ecton for 800 2 BELLS FARM Mr Harry Rogers has sold his farm of 158 acres located in the Bald Knob precinct to Messrs John and Thomas Gordon e THE PACIFIC COAST Do you want to live where the climate is mild thN year round where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in tho world where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops where business is good and capital finds profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B P T M O N W Ry Chicago for booklets and full information j r We have completed elaborate preparations for supplying promptly and satisfactorily the Fall and needs of the public Our stocks comprise full line of the product of the Elgin and Waltham Companies made expressly for us Solid Gold Gold Filled Ask to see the BETSY ROSS and HAMILTON WATCHES Make Your Selections For The Holidays NI A SELBERT if Reliable Jeweler 230 Clair Street BIRTHS son- Everybodys Absolutely DEVELOPMENT importance considerable nnydllI theOhicngoUlllon Kniskern Holiday Watch Cases Watch Cases HOWARD BEATHS JONES Geraldine Mattye D daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence T Jones in Columbia S C BORDERSIn this city on Thursday night the infant son of Mr Charles Borders a guard at the Pen died of membranous crou- pONANIu this county on Mon day Mr Campbell Onan aged 60 yearsMr Onan was taken sick while serving as a juror in the September term of circuit court and grew gradually worse until the end He was a popular and substantial citizen a member of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church and had the respect and confidence of all who knew him The funeral services were con ducted on Tuesday afternoon by Rev L D Snicker and tho interment followed BACON At the home of his parents in this city on Wednes day Frank Bacon son of Mr Harry Bacon and wife aged 8 years of membranous oroupIThis fine little fellow was playing around both in the house and out of doors on Tuesday and was attacked by this awful disease after dark on Tuesday and passed away on Wednesday afternoon notwithstanding the exertions of skilled physiciansThe and burial took place on Thursday afternoon The afflicted family havo the sympathy of the community MUST RUN TRAINS TO SHEL BYVILLE iIn the Shelby Circuit Court on Thursday Judge J D Carroll issued an order requiring the L N R R Co to run trains on the pa- ssen11gurs I f Jti I Ip J THANKS ofMr Jos Tracey Pea Ridgr has again placed us under obliga tiqns for a box of delightful per- Simmons They were as sweet as sugar and tickled the palate finely He will please accept our hearty thanks for his courtesy- CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR rWe are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the people Election November 1905 20te FOR LEA I have a splendid Jersey Bull 9I months old registered pedigree for sale Also a No Milch Cow very fine milker Ap ply to G H MASTIN R F n 8 Frankfort Ky Oct 7tf FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a mile from city limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKSI Anyone Bending a sketch and description ma y our opinion an Intention Is qommunlca- tlonsetrictlfoonddenttal on Pat nU eCCUrlDiatentJ Scientific flmericati A handJornet mUltrat weekl ranrw ell entation of an IclenWl journaL Terms newedealereMUNBran Otfoe tab S Bt Wasbington TelephoneNo t 1f y 3800 f T- OCalifornia r ty AND THEI 4li Northwes- tILouisville frIJ Via the Henderson F if 11 tJCorresponding rHasMontana andall interme idiate points Tickets on sale daily up to r and including May 15 1905 41l Also special Homeseekers Rates to the West and South I west on certain dates 4 If yon contemplate a trip tj ask us for rates If you t would travel in comfort see that ticket roads over the Henderson Route be tween Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains tDirect connections in St 1 Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and South l west iLGeneral Louisville Passenger AgentP l t l j 1 S D JOHNSON COS i Offerings to the Fall Buyer I 1 Our Dressmaking Department f Specialty of Tailored Finished Cloth Gowns If you are thinking of having a new gown we will take pleasure in talking it overwith you and submitting estimatesl We have a bewildering line of New Smooth Finished Materials and indeed New Dress Goods 4ofall kinds from 25c a yard uptf All Millinery Must Be Closed Out Regardles of Cost III8 IFJ9I 1 C JYaT8 JJPr Como and see us and you will know just what is the most correct and very latest thing in New York S D JOHl SON COi-f RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALt CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rec- torr 15 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser then 980 a m Sabbathschool in the ar ohapol 780 m Evening Prayer and i J Sorutou- Wednesdays 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday StudyrL 16 p m invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev O R Hudson the pastor will 1I preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 In the ohapel WellsfTopic Day Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues oclockiI l CATHOLIC CHURCHRev J Father Thomas S Major rector mf1nIFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D DM the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 V pm Sundayschool at 946 a m in 1rthe chapel at 945 am taught pastorl Peoples Union J AV win meet in the at 645 pm WednesdarIh Seatski FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McC Blaynoy Jj D the pastor will preach at 11 mtqr980 a m of Chris 680 p m FlPrayermeeting Wednesday even Jn at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vuught the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 745 a41n Junior League at 9 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday ovoning at 730 p m j Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 4JHURCHRev Will Crowe thn Ii pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to At 11 a m the attendIfant baptism will be uTbe Tragedy of SaulIWARDS OFF PNEUMONIA All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phleg out inflammation and Deals and sOothes the affected parts strength pneumoniaHnrmess Sold by J W Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you tat LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending October 14 1905 Baker Miss Edna 2 Bartlett Miss Leila Cavanaugh Mrs J A Clay Henry Derrheart Jim Duvall Willie Eastham Ernest Ethington Tom Finizi Nunzio IcyFreeGood Mrs AnnieIGray Ellen Holman Mrs A Hughes Miss Katie Krupp BerthaIMcCoy Mrs H A MoEwing Miss Annie Meeker Wm- Missuki r George MMyersPope Rev John A Roberts Evan Rudd Elisha Sheets M E Slaughter Mr Mannie Slaughter Franklin Teoova San The General Agent Manhattan LifeThe General AgentImprovident fetfThe Cen tral Life 2 Trimble Samuel C Vorleet Mrs Alice B Wright Miss Molly Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M ASHLAND EDUCATIONAL AS SOCIATION PARIS KY TiCkIetsreturning October a 22ITisnt safe to a Dr Thomas Eclectrio 011 in the house Never can tell what mo ment an accident is going to happen 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 FOLLOWING when properly countersigned and stampted during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1905that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p mIn the oflloe of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stook 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 tullIwith tho number and date of such certificate No more than one per son will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSVAFF 5ltd Secretary sa KILLTH COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION Taco L00 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK y t r IUtterback i CASTORIAFor Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Bignaturn of Early Risers TIM fMIKHW little pIKfe STRONG Again Is what Mrs Lucy 5tovallof Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCure Hundreds t other weak women being re remIedy you Indigestioncausee nearly sick that women have It deprives system of nourish ment and delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of wholesome food that may be eaten It nourish body and rebuilds weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings b elching heartburn and stomach disorders Digests What You Eat tint at non trial er oat art all the ness the the the all the the the all BoUar tileIFor sale by J W Gaylei GETTHE a AND READ THE Complete Reports OF THE 1IRAILROADI NEWSI INEWS BOWLING RACING LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH t of NotionsOur notion table will save yon money every time Uclow we quote n few recordbreaking prices on it Ic for package of Hair Pins lo for card Hooks and Eyes 20 for paper of Pins 20 for rolllof Cotton Tape Jo for Clarks Spool Cotton 40 for card of Safety Pins 5o two dozen Pearl Buttons lOc for Rood Tooth Brush lOo for good Rubber Comb 10o for Dress Shields 490 for Corsets worth 75o to 100 50 for Asbestos Iron Holders 50 for Feather Stitched Braid Domestics 40 for best Calico 5o for yard wide Bleached Cottonf5o for yard wide Brown Cotton 5o for Apron Gingham 73c to Dress Gingham Outing Flannels We can show you a most unseal lire of Outing Flannels from 5o to 100 KEEP TOE GHJ1PS J1UfJ IIt is the little things of that annoy ns We can dodge an elephant but not a fly says some phi losopherYou cant very well avoid annoyance from chapped and roughened skin these days unless you reI onCutticilla Cream- It relieves at once and heals in a few hours ItIwe knew of anything ter we would recommend it Customers say there- couldnt be anything better CENTSI Jul W1 GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky RUNAWAYS CAUGHT Three boys who had run away frqra the Institute for Feeble Minded Children were captured in Louisville on Thursday O S aIABeari the Blgnatixe for 41h6 e BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a in to 9 in except 11 a in 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington ever hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m 1 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight expres- and trunks leave Lexington fo Georgetown at 8 50 p ni Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 in Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE r Phone 010 Homo Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coun try during the period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Canadian Rookies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon oapitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isviller for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject ami all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky OF INTEREST TO TRAV ELERS For the benefit of passenger desiring to take advantage of low r Sunday excursion rates the South ern Railway will hold its train as follows every Sunday until Oc a tober 15th inclusive No 9 at Louisville until 600 p m No 6 at Lexington until 480 pNoin 14 at Burgin until 410 p jmAll interested will please btgoverned accordingly tftt Dr Weavers Syrup PortCe the blood Cent olataMatt for the iUv JrankfOr GiQQtI RU The Midland Route Local Tune Table In Effect June 5th 1905 DAILY KXUKIT KofcHlNo82 SUNDAY froBlfrot 2OO iiLv D Frankfort Ar 2S 7 20 ta2 6 23 Summit Ifl 719 a 6 SI Elkhorn 219 6 Switzer 6 82 6 5 Stamping GroUnd 6 I2 6 9 Duvall 6 2 705 Johnson 6 2 Georgetown 8 29 2 1 C S Depot 53 6 I f2591 723 Newtown 864 007 807 7 S3II Centenrllle 846 5 59 87II Elizabeth 8 665 43y a Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q AJO Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky 4 Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L derN BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MA MPM- 11IA2 6 ii 96r f BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M PM 62 200Lv Frankfort Ar 7i-J 7 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 84 7 3 40 Lv Ar 5 88 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 65 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RR POINTS a 2JAIL Frankfort 25A 720P 17P 12A A Georgetown Aill otA 625P 8S5P 16 sc A Paris 542P i 6 liP 42A1A Winchester 09A 245P 5 16P A Muysville 45A 15P i 2jA A Oynthiana L15 502P MP A Richmond 20A 165P lOA A Cincinnati 365P GEO B HARPER OWHAYuPPres and Gent aunt A Zs Written for the RoundnlJo- utFRANKFOHTIIS ENVIRON MENT In tho wheels of prognss thoro will be found tinny spokes by kwhich one pan climb over tho ebb and flow of circumstances and thus believing it was not hard stop front Look No4 on to tho toI of tho beautiful steamer s City dipt Abraham master ioneipornine not long ago j MK boat filled nearly all of spaco within the compass of walls enclosed by hates and steamed fearlessly up tho broad beautift- oXpanse of water as soon an orated leaving a wake behind as white and billowy as wore cloudcaps Heating lazily in a se of azure far above the horizon vibe sky was as blue as the win of tho song bird flying across on pathway Its song of joy and whirr of watt J andmachineryontblent of life thYtwo opposite the one changing with the wind tides the always sure always ready nlwn destinyx of our direction the Fort Hill loomed up like a grim snd sentinel left at the peg of duty forgotten by tho guard This point of eminence is of interest oily as a fine vantage ground for fortifications in case of war The hillsides have been denuded of all timber and the rounded bas of soil is used for cultivation de spite the inroads an occasional water spout might make on grain growing or vegetable marketing Up incline plane a wagon road t winds in artistic measure making I InndIsoapwith perhaps homos built and a series of holdings whore I some progressive ad vonturons spirt will one day his pockets full of the almighty dollars such things have happened At the base of tho hill are builded aspectkfrom our point of view These ma be tenement or homes of laborin people but what seems altogether singular is the backs of the house- to the river and in the long roa there is hardly one with a point o approach by way of the water front It is not my purpose or prerogative to quihble with landed Interest o the mysteries of the civic Improvement company at this writing bu this portion of the Capital City era once the marshy domain of the crawfish hence its euphonious cognomen of Craw tJ There are lebtrio light plants and a street oar system Lumber interest i every possible phase from the sa log rafts in the river to the saw ing planing manufaotoring devel opment of the noble stately doni zon of the forest into planks shingles etc If there is one thin the average Kentuckian knows is how to hack down the forest trees and the woodlands and con 1vert the beauty of the scenery into tobacoo patch11 Tho mills the gods grind slowly but the ondaye same gentlemen will be consider ing how to save the land from washouts and the advisability o planting trees it right side of the river w viewed the classic precincts of th II West Sidd of Frankfort once legal Jurisprudence as 1Bellepoint the must independ ent burg this side of Canada and the home ofhCol J N C1 whose goodnatured stories told and writ ton in the days ne made him famous as the II Bard of Frankfort x bybeeohthrough the foliage one could de plenBanthomesban comfort the rest after the day toil and cares Up on the hillside is the old homestead of the heirs of Judge Samuel Todd a spot of his tonic beauty made famous by the r visits from President Harrison his autograph out on the massive beech tree the yellow rose planted by his rubylefttable of Gen LaFayette and other memories in prose and story May Lai e Park be preserved for time Immemorialipassed under the up most wonderfulI in the world whore passen gore traffic and a railroad system embody the thought of unity The huge structure was high above the chimneys of the boat and with no thought save and except the beauty of the voyage we swing round the natural curve of water and viewed the hilltops tope seen to the right rising in delightful repose green jwJth verdure crowned by trees homes dotting the summits It was a scene long to be remem bered Just in front of us loomed up tho new bridge connecting South Frankfort with the city proper The street cars were going over and a line of vehicles with many curious sightseers were looking 1 down upon our progress It was indeed a busy scene To our right was the South Side dotted with willows and the public school build ingsrinassive and handsome To the left saw logs galore and tho Customhouse at the foot of which as all lawabiding citizens must we lauded and walked over the S gangway on to terre firma1 con vinced by a personal experience it that the steamboat II Falls City caprtain a man good form and conventionalitiesI Where to turn next was tho quos suggestethattomhouse and learn all abot Unolo Sam If ho had re hair as was suggested by a small nolionI to ho really did make as all mon ought to flu Kentucky his homo r We mounted steps asked tar tl resident portion and was told wit smiles to mount up to tho thit floor but not oven a sightof H Honor was to be obtained Tho Vostoillce and other II S ofHoes are in this buildings which does credit to the city Tho Postmaster other officials wore polite bIaaud Wo turned faces and stopped in front tithe most attractive building this onumontIg DANGER IN DELAY- s Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger ous for Frankort Peoplo to Neglect tThe great danger of kidney troubles that they got a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lumbago uri nndIyetkidneysthe certain and safe remedy Doan Kidney Pills which has cured peo pie right hero in Frankfort Holtnevman ab the Frankfort Chair Co greatsfaithor their treatment brought me untold relief I had backache for years It was not severe at all times but ospeiJinllyifway aggravation of the aching was sure to follow A positive proof of kidgrernosI fan any permanent good Rondln advertisement in our papers about Deans Kidney Pill nighrt some g on this thought I went toJ W boxssaid about aching in my back cons ing was true and the trouble with the kidney secretions was rected I thoroughly believe tha twDeans Kidney Pills can not bo too well known For sale by all dealers Price 60 BuffalotRemember the name Deans and take no other GROUNDy BornOctober 4 to Mr Zook daughterSallie fMr J W Lindsay of New Cas MrseMrs C B Duvall of Chicago parentsDr LIAhtburnIsoar let fever aged three years guestthisMr Joel S Head and wife an sister Mrs Hallio Combs movetMrasthe improvements a large barn Mr Cyrus T Duvall has sold his interest in the general merchandise house of Jameson Duvall d Co to ombarkScott Lodge No 702F A M has purchased four eaves of land from Mrs Bridges one mile from for the purpose of establish goodIdeaThe following ticket has been placed in tho field for town officers Police JudgeC T Settle Marshal John Richards Trustees J C Hambrick Q A Jameson G A Goddard C B Roberts and W L Hook Uncle Jesse Hambriok has an swered the last summons altolong years of suffering with chronic rheumatism aged 78 years undU months He was a well beloved and honored citizen a devout member of the Baptist Church for ninny years a brave soldier of tho Lost Cnuserlho funeral soy vices wore conducted by Rev W Hill his pastor and a fine uuj dience were present to attest thou regard The funeral and burial took place on Thursday of lustJ week A good man has Ouo to reward and our community mOUlnsI UNO No such thing as summer com plaint where Dr Fowlers Extract hundyIf LittleEarly Risers tw famttif Uttte pIN PEA RIDGE ofdDuvall of Ohoatoville MrJ A Edge also Mr 1 Fur Edge Jr of Lexington and Mrs F Stoops of Now Albany and Mrs Winifred Lacefleld were mill lostitmayIsings Everybody around horn has their tobacco housed safely Emmaofsome brothers were the guests of Miss Edith Edge last Wednesday oven h1AjThedition Wo hope now that tho tobacco is safely housed there will bo work done on it or there will soon be no pike to work oh- Sundayschool is progressing very nicely at Jhoatovillo SCRIBE HNOT NECESSARY andias you will digest what you eat whether yourfood willhcuresDuring hundreds and thousands didntscure you can earn you Whether have sbfaith in it or not Sold youJ W THURSDAYS FIRE At 685 on Thursday morning an alarm from box 87 called the department to tho frame residence of KentuckySOwing to the great distance from departsthrowing water on the fIre and in tho meantime the flames had reached such headway as to preclude saying the original build ing which was burned down The most of the furniture Was damnThe loss was some fl000or 1500 We did not learn whether there was any insurance This lira emphasizes the demand for an immediate extensionof the water main to the Bike ark en trance tIFARM FOR SALE A Jarm f of 240 acres near Louis fromFrankfortcultivation has been in grass for several years fine tobacco land poseslTwo kin4sofgpod barns for tobacco Some of land in onehalf mile of neW State Capitol For further information r inquire at this office 50 2m a 1 NOMINATIONSd OFFICERS The Democratic City CommittejB uiof the citytFOR COUNCILMEN JIFirst WardO B Demaree Z Montgomery W J Gorman T Kenney Setfond SVnidE BWoIrzei Wm Congleton W S Rosson M Busam Third Ward W G Simpson C M BricJ efol1 L C Gptlirie J H Triple tt FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION First WardH H Roberts 1- JSeouud WnidJ n CTUU Thins WardS W Howbll dJI CL1rIATI Ot R S tIin of climatic consumptIonispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at proper attention to food digestion and a use of Glo an Free expectoration 4n the morning made certain by Gorman Sylcup so ish good nights zest and the 1absence of that weakening ooflgh stlessto 14berogulaxlya warmer cline you will find that consumptivesthero and regain strength are those that bottle25egists lyr i 7rtJNf ty I IIslmilatlng Promote is esUonCheerful tiess andRestContalns neither OpiumiMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC I tarlI1rJilMllEPimJEl Jut4SJk p1tionWorms ConvutsionsFeverish ness andloss OF SLEEP TocSinule Signature of NEW YORK CT coPY t7F WsAEPesd- y Dr Cadys ComHIfon JPowuers are a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anl vermifuge They are not food Ifmedicine and the best in use to horse in prime condition Prlce3- c nts per package For sale by J W Gayle and- IjeCoinnte fa Gayle Queen and Prescent0 Routei Quickest DS nenUle BETWEEN GEORGETOWN j CINCINNATI CHATTANOOG A ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM tSHREVEPORT NEW QRLEANS AND o l TEXAS POINTS rite for Rates and Printed Matter ii E GLflRKB- i P AI 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky Illinois Central BR Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Holders IndividualI FREE TICKET TO THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that tho regular annual mooting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at ChiongoIllinois1005 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said reacting there will be issued TO EACH HOLDER OF ONE OR MORE SHARES the capital stock of the Illinois registeredTuesdaySeptemberago A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE theIp l t CASTORIAaTor The Kind You Have f Always Bought j 1 If t Bears the ft1 Signature 0 fl1 J ci L Ther t Kindr lp You Havewr i iFAlways CASTORIA THe J 1 genuinLaxativethe remedy that crn n nolil In one day t DrRiP Buckmaster steopathic Physician ii1 Office at Mrs Wm ODODlIoils 1485 Main Street Will be in Office TUESDAY THURS r r DAYand SATURDAY J il E Tenn Tel 875 48tf New Fast TO Train 5 Colorado IUTAH 4fe i1 PACIFIC COAST In effect May r The now trains WIll leave St Louis a Im daily The evenlngtrnlns to same points p m daily Through sleeping car service for SanFran two Excursion tickets now on sale J For further information call on or addressjKTQ MATTHEWS Trnv Pass Art Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND tenw Pass Ticket Agtt Si roms Mo hiC 0 TIME TAJtbK No21 No rt It ISOUTH Lexington tA820 630 J t 90 618 yliwlbjrville 10 01 lOOh 1t It Louisville 1100 IIi7j f No 22 NORTH A5i NotlOUlsVllle SlielOJYllO 9l8lOOi rmiitfon 710 aA ezlngton 11115 840 t r tiI H F Hillonmeyer Son BLUE tjLexingtonOffer for the Fall of 1005 afullIstock of Fruit and Ornalnentali Trees Grape Vines Asparagus t ff tFetaWo employ no agents but sell tCatalogueonSep628 8na j J r