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L3 j fHE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT 21 1905 NO7 J CIO6LesBest flloJfIifGJ McCLURE SON r 212214 ST CLAIR ST l W1RANKFORIS GREAT 1 POULTRy 8ijOW rSPECIAL PRIZES i Read This List Carefully SILVER CUPS One Silver Cup value 50 for the largest and best display of any ono thetri One Silver Cup value 25 for the best game cork any variety or I4 color Offered by the Aupooiation 4One Silver Cup value 50 for the best pen of Barred Plymouth Rooks to be owned and exhibited by Ken 1 til ok breeders Offered by Hubert AgrJtyOne Silver Cup value 25 for est pen of Single Comb White Pi Leghorns to be owned and exhib eir jHed by Kentucky breeders Offered by Hubert Vreeland Commissioner ft of Agriculture of Kentuc- ky3One Silver Cup value 25 for best pen of White Wyandottes to be owned and exhibited by Ken cb tuOkY breeders Offered by Hubert Vreeland Commissioner of Agri r culture of Kentucky forxc plngtons Offered by M A Sel bert The Jeweler P One Silver Cup value 25 for best White Plymouth Rooks 8H Offered by Frankfort Telephone Co if One Silver Cup value 15 for lI1owntfthfort Business Mens of Frank Ky 4Ivory SOp SpecialThu Proctor Cinuiniati 0 offer i5y Sliver Cup 25 to exhibitor of Best White Fowl washed with Ivory wffi Soap Any age sex or variety v Water fowl turkeys guineas or Kv vari ties not recognized by stand fard not included CONDITIONS Exhibit must be washed with iIvpry Soap and so noted upon en try form at time of entry Com vpeCiti in Is confined to winners of FirstsThlblt in class not eligible C CASH PRIZES scoringtCoJLt for best pen Buff t Plymouth Rocks Offered by Dr for host pen Silver Wy Offered by Dr OA HumeI for best f pen Light STRONG talk but Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un equalledthe boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est aUwoollnatelials sewed with silk thread seams taped buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but f An Exceptional Line at 500 R K FRANKFORT KY Brahmas Offered by Hazelrigg Hnzolrigg Attorneys at Law 10 in gold for best pen Black Minorcas Offered by The Frank fort Shoe Mfg Co SingleOombhy The Frankfort Hotel SingleCombWhito East Tenn Telephone Co 250 in gold for best Barred Plymouth Rock Cook 250 in gold for best Barred byC250 in gold for best Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerel 250 in gold for best Barred byLeoReliable Mammoutu1 Jott Ky WyandottoWyandotteley WyandotteWyandotteShelton Livery 260 in gold for best Black Lang shan Cook 200 in gold for best Black Lang Alum Hen Offered by C W Saf full Groceries Liquors etc 260 in gold for best Black Lang shan Cockerel 250 in gold for best Black Lang slum Pullet Offered by WHAverlll Sons Druggists 260 in gold for best White Lang shun Cook 250 in gold for best White Lang uyBarrettBooks 260 in gold for best White Lang shan Cockerel 260 in gold for hest White Lang shan Pullet Offered by Thos IC Robb Livery 2 50 in gold for best Single Comb Buff Orpington Cock 260 in gold for best Single Comb byGeo250 in gold for best Single Comb Buff Orpington Cockerel 250 in gold for best Single Comb Buff Orpington Pullet Offered by Win Euler Baker- 25olngold for best Light Brahma Cock LightBrahmaSalsohli Baker LightBrthma250 In gold for best Light Brah DeIhon J r Co COPYRIGHT t806- 250 in gold for best Single Comb bySoott250 in gold for Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerel 250 in gold for best Single Comb White Leghorn Pullet Offered by Loot Peel Rugs etc 250 in gold for best Single Comb Brown Leghorn Cock 250 in gold for best Single Comb byJulian250 in gold for best Single Comb Brown Leghorn Cockerel 250 in gold for best Single Comb byJeffersOTHER SPECIALS pairDU1k250 package of Haas Hog Rem edy for hest Silver Spangle Hamburg Cook Offered by Hoge Coal and Feed Co Coal Dealers One dozen parlor brooms for best pair Buff Cochins Offered by The Frankfort Broom Co 10 Ibs Raga Twist for best byGnOne yearly subscription to The Inland Poultry Journal Indian apolis Ind to each of the follow ingSecond hest Single Comb Rhode Island Cock Second best Single Comb Rhode Island Hen- Second best Single Comb Rhode Island Cockerel Second best Single Comb Rhode Island Pullet One bbl Obelisk Fluur for best trio Pokin Ducks One bbl M K M FloUr for host trio Indian Runner Ducks AgentDealerOne 8 Ib can Englehardt Coffee for best Golden Wyandotte Cook One 3 lb cats Englehardt Coffee for best Golden Wyandotte Hen One 8 lb can Englehardt Coffee for best Golden Wyandotte Cock erel One alb Sao Englehardt Coffee for best Gulden Wyandotte Pullet One 8 lb oat Englehardt Coffee for best Japanese Black Tailed Bantam Cook Offered by M Ell wangor Grocer One Suit Clothes value 15 for best pen White Turkfys Offered by R K McOlure Son Clothing etc Ono Handsome Silk Ribbon First Wyandotte Cock First Wyandotte Hen First Wyandotte Cockerel First Wyandotte Pullet Offered WyandotteClubOno Overcoat value 16 for best pen Pekin Ducks Offered by Crutoher Simpson Clothing etc One Barrel Perfection Flour for largest display of Games Offered by Geo 0 Shaw Flour Feed etc One Registered Berkshire Sow Pig for best pen Turkeys any va riety Offered by B T Bedford KyOne Kodak value 10 for best pen Partridge Cochins DruggistsOne 110 for best pen Buff Coohlup by C J Weltzel Dry Goods etc One English Riding Bridle ScoringBirdness etc One Bristol Steel Fishing Rod SiugleCombOne 3 piece Carving Set German Silver Trimmings Stag Handle value 0 for host trio Silver Duck wing Leghorns Offered by Frank G Stagg Hardware etc penToulouseFarmer Dry Goods etc TaylorWhiskyBest Barred Plymouth Rook Hen Best White Plymouth Rock Hen Best Buff Plymouth Hen Best Silver Wyandotto Hen 2 Best Golden Hen Best White Wyandotte Hen Best Buff Wyandotte Hen Best Black Wyandotte Hen Bdst Partridge Wyandotte Hen WyandotteHenBest Single Comb Rhode Island Red Hen Bet Light Brahma Hen Best Dark Brahma Hen Best Buff Coohin Hen Best White Cochin Hen Best Black Langshan Hen LeghornLeghornHenBest Single Comb White Leghorn HenBest Rose Comb White Leghorn Hon Best Single Comb Black Minorca HenBest Single Comb White Minorca Hen OrpingtonHmnburgHenSons Distillers One Buffet Table value 15 for LeghornsSon Furniture etc One Box LaFlor DeSibila Cigars value 0 for best pair White Faced Black Spanish Offered by Jas F Gibbons Liquors etc DryGoodsribbons for all the winners In the show One Case Lexington Beer for second Single Comb Buff Rook Gunk One Case Lexington Beer for see oud White Wyandotte Cook Ono Case Lexington Beer for sec ond White Plymouth Rook Cock erel One Case Lexington Beer for sec ond White Plymouth Rook Pullet Ono Case Lexington Beer for see oud Barred Plymouth Rock Pullet One Box LaSonia Cigars value SlurleCombIS R Hoyser Son Liquors etc One oOc pkg Pratts Animal Food Fourth Barred Plymouth Rook Cook LoghornLeghornFourth Single Comb White Min- orca Cook Fourth Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cook Fourth White Wyandotte Cock PoultryFoodFourth Single Comb White Leg horn Cockerel WyandotteCoekorel Fourth Light Brahma Cockerel Fourth Dark Brahma Cockerel Fourth Bun Cochin Cockerel Fourth Black Langshan Cockerel LouseKillerFourth Single Comb Black Min- orca Pullet Fourth Golden Spangled Ham burg Pullet Fourth Single Comb Buff Or pington Pullet LeghornLeghornRookPulletCo Philadelphia Five Bales Hay and Ten Bushel BronzoTurkeysCo Commission Merchants Continued on eighth page Another large ship ment of NewStylish Skirts just received by ex presstThey are made of Pan ama Serge Chevoit Cloth and Voile Usual values 500 750 1000 You should see them be fore buying elsewhereSAsk to see the Butter fly Skirts We are also showing ex cellent values in RAIN COATS at 1000 and up wardNew Styles of Ladies Coats and Suits coming in almost doily Dress Goods Speeial Values in SILK and WOOL Dress Goods all the newest weaves and shades tit 50c 75c and 100 per yard- Remember that we carry DryGoods youto t C KAGIN BRO AT BRIDGE ilOABerl SIgnahra of 1M 8ght ANNISa See Our FURS PERSONAL sunIidayI relatives at Mrs in Lexington Mr Clarence Wilson of Smith Afield was here yesterday Miss Lyda Edelon leas returned rrom a visit to Lexington Mr Russell Bridgeford of Cin icinunti spent Sunday here lIrE J Roberts of this office ispent Sunday in Cincinnati Miss Ella Wolfe of this office repent Sunday in Lexington Judge E C ORear has returned From a visit to Mt Sterling Mr R Lee Hulett of Louisville was a visitor here this week Miss Virginia Gray has gone tc Institute Danville iMr Guy Briggs went to Paducah on Monday on legal business Col John A Walters and wife are visiting friends in Atlanta Gn J4r Gavin Morris made a busi ness trip to Louisville Tuesday judge J H Pols rove went to Owonton on legal business Monday r Mrs Hiram Berry and Mrs W L Cannon are visiting in Cincinnati Miss Sallie Pence has returned from a visit to Springfield Ohio Miss Jean Wilcox of Springfield Ills visited relatives here yester day Miss Spicie Belle South has re tUrntAJ from a visit to Springfield Ohio Mr Wm B MoEnnis wife and daughter spent Sunday in Louis tVille Mis Otta Cash of Paris was the guest of Mrs J S Darnell this weekMiss Laura Hall of Lexington Was the guest of friends here this week Mr W H Giltner of Paris was tune guest of Mr Geo A Lewis yes terday Rev W L MoEwan D D and bride came in on Wednesday evening Judge W H Holt of Louisville was in the city on legal business TuesdayAdmiral J Crittonden Watson U S Navy visited relatives here Robinson and daugh ter have returned from Indianapolis Intl Mr John B Lindsey Sr left r Thursday for Toledo Ohio on legal business Miss Fleming of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Clarence Julian tthis week Wm Beckner of Winches ter attended the Court of Appeals WednesdayCol E Abbott left Sunday night for points in Nelson and Lu xue counties Mrs S K Ford of Cynthiana Is the guest of Mrs E C 0 Rear Shelby street Mr Fred Kellner wife and chil siren of Louisville visited relatives here this week Rev John H Burdin and daugh ter Miss Ethel of Mt Eden ware- S here this weekI Mr John Kellar and wife of Cin TALK IS CHEAP IiIE r But what a buyer wants is the Best Goods at the right Prices Our Stock was never in better condition to suit all buyers Dress Goods Silks Wash Goods Underwear Hosiery Gloves Ladies Childrens Cloaks Suits Skirts Furs Blan kets Comforts etc cinnati attended the WoitzelBor berioh wedding peals Wednesday Miss Sarah of Stan tives in Louisville Miss Margaret Reading attended the VenableBird wedding in Lou isvilln Thursday Rev J M Rash of Winchester came in Saturday and preached at Bridgeport Sunday Miss Emma Thompson of Wil more Ky is visiting her cousin Mrs R M Trumbo Mrs W O Bradley and daughter Mrs John G South visited in Louisville this week Rev Wm Cro e attended the Southern Presbyterian Synod at Louisville this week Mr Ed O Leigh who was called to Paducah by the illness of his mother has returned Capt Thos J Hardin and Mr Wm Hardin of Monterey were in the city on Mr Jos Saturday his old home at Grayson Mrs N M Crutcher of Duckers was the guest of her sister Mrs Geo A Lewis this week Mrs W Henry Gayle who has been visiting in Danville and Lex + ington has returned home Mr W T Lindsey wife and chil dren and Miss Annie Samuel left Wednesday for Tryon N C Mrs J W Gayle Miss Ruby Macklin and Miss Eva Maoklin went to Louisville Tuesday Mrs J L Butler of Bowling Green is the guest of her parents Mr W J Hughes and wife Miss Mynhier of Mr Sterling who was the guest of Miss Florins Havens has returned home Mr Murry Brawner wife and Ron who have been at Drennon Springs have returned home Rev L N Thompson of Louis ville visited his mother Mrs E Porter Thompson on Monday Miss Maragret A Lewis loft yes terday for Paris to attend the Ashland Educational Association Miss Frances Wallace of Kansas City Mo is visiting her cousin Mrs W J Lewis at Woodlake Mr J Buford Hendrick and daughter Mary Swigert visited friends in Louisville this week Mrs W S Scott and son of Paris were guests of her parents Mr 0 C Hazelrigg and wife this week Mrs P T Evans of Jndianap lois Ind was the guest of her sis ter Mrs Albert Umethun this weekMiss Mary Jesse of Versailles was the guest of her grandparents Mr George Huilman and wife this weekMr Dudley Lindsey of Owens boro was the guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsey and wife this weekMr Jerome Connors and wife of Y were guests of Baker and wife this Robt L Greene who has been spending the summer in Bracken county has returned home Mr George Watson of Wichita Kansas who attended the wedding of his last week has returned homeMiss Sue Scott of Lexington who has been the guest of her sis ter Mrs Guy Briggs has returned home Miss Nora Miller of this office J spent Sunday in Georgetown the guest of her uncle Mr John A E Dorsey and chil dren of Indianapolis Ind are visiting the family of Mrs R M Messrs Lee Penn Zaok Church and J C Noel have gone to Indian Territory on a three weeks hunt ing trip- Mrs L B Weisehburgh Sr and son Mr Phillip Woisenburgh left Tuesday for Winnipeg Manitoba to reside Mr Will A Lewis of Harriman Tenn who has been spending hisI vacation here returned home on Marshall of State Col lege at Lexington spent Sunday with her parents Mr Ben Marshall and wife Rev W S Grinstead of Versailles attended the funeral RlldI burial of Mrs Elizabeth Cain onI Belle Kenney has re turned from a visit to her sister Miss Verlie Kenney at Georgetown College Mrs J J McMurtry and daughter of Pulaski Tenn who have been visiting friends here have re turned home Mrs Ellen Hammond of Smith field who has been the guest of her son Mr A B Hammond has re turned home Rev J B Frantz who has been assisting Rev Lewis N Thompson in a meeting in Owen county nas returned home Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lex ington spent Sunday bore the guest of her parents Mr John E Miles and wife Mrs RIM Bergman and son Western of Irvine were guests of her parents Capt I T West and wife this week Mrs A T Newman and children of Sweet Water Texas visited her parents Prof J H Fuqua and wife this week Miss Helen ORear of Science Hill Shelbyville spent Sunday with her parents Judge E C ORear and wife Mr John W Reading and wifo and Mr 0 Steele Reading attended the BirdVenablu wedding in Lou isville this week Mrs Stephen Kellar Mrs Kate Selbert and daughter Miss Kate of Cincinnati attended the Weitzel Borberioh wedding Miss Louise VanWinkle of Dan ville who has been the uest of her brother Mr A C VanWinkle has returned home Rev Robert Christie D D and wife of Pittsbur Pa who at tended the ClayWatson wedding have returned home Mr John S MoKondriok and wife of Shelbyville are guests of his brotherinlaw Mr W J Hughes Murray street Hon W L Cannon wife and children of Midway were guests of Mr Geo F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill this week Mrs A B Alexander of Green ville Miss who has been the guest of Mrs A W Overton for some time has returned home Mr C M Browning and Mr Thos H Dean of Versailles attended the funeral of Mrs Eliza beth Cain on Wednesday- Mr J Andrew Cain and wife and Mr T R Todd and wife of Versailles attended the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Cain on Thursday Mrs Knox Brown of Gratz who attended the marriage of her neice Miss Jane S Watson to Mr W Herripk Clay has returned home Dr Joseph L Wilcox of Springfield Ills who is visiting his daughter Mrs Clarence Wilson at Smithfield was in the city Wednesday See our Great C BOYS HOSE See t Our I IC CHARLES J wErrZFL I J Snnda3ii SmithfieldI Saturdayfor Mondayfor SaturdayMrs BowlingGreen MISauGrayhave WedneMdayI MrGeorge HerringMrs TrumboI SaturdayMiss WednesdayMiss 25 Gloves TaKe fldvafllagBof Ifto FDlloWing j t1 ffl Buy Your Cloaks and Dresses Where You Can Save Money i J kt rjitti J Y Childrens Long Cloaks 275 300 375 400 and it 500 k Ladies Jackets 500 750 and 900 Ladies Long Coats 750 1000 1350and uprfLadies Waterproof Coats 550 750 etc Ladies Cravanette Coats 1000 1250 and upt3 i Suits positively worth 2500 for 1760 Ii- Samples coming in daily V 4FDress Goods 50c 65c 75c The very best Lace Curtains Carpets and Rugs FK ra F J HEENEY J Col W S Dehouoy Mr R True Mr L S Graham and Mr Carl Norman attended the funeral ot Mr Wm Broyles at Switzer Mon dayMr John B Lindsey Jr of West Pascogoulo Miss who leis been the guest of his father Mr J B Lindsey Sr returned home Tuesday Mr W H Negus wire and daugh ter of Greenville Miss who have been guests of her parents Gen D W Lindsey and wife have returned home Mrs Anna VanDerveer who was called to Hamilton Ohio by the death of hor brotherinlaw Mr Henry VanDerveer has returned homeMiss M Lockett Smith Miss Emma Payne and Miss Lou A Wiard will attend the Ashland Ed ucational Association at Paris todayMrs Geo A Lewis who has been the guest of Mr B Todd Crutoher and Mr N M Orutcher for several days returned home on WednesdayMiss Burnam of Rich mond who has been the guest of Miss Virginia Ghinn was called home by the death of her uncle Judge J R Burnam Mr Goo A Lewis of this office who has been at French Lick Springs Ind recuperating from u spell of illness has home much improved in health Mrs J S VanWinkle and daugh ter Miss Louise who have been guests of Mr A C VanWinkle and wife Shelby street have returned to their home in Danville A delightful dance was given at the Country on Monday night in honor of Miss Louise VanWinkle of Danville who was the of her brother Mr A C VanWinkle Mrs W S Johnson was called to Knoxville Tenn on Wednesday by the sudden death of her sister Mrs W W Woodruff Her daugl ter Mrs Frank Barrtt went with herMr James B OConnell exSer of thu Court of Ap peals and Republican candidate for County Clerk of Montgomery county was in the city Tuesday leaving for Louisville Wednesday morning Dr U V Williams Dr L T Minish Dr 0B Demoree Dr N 4 d Y t M Garrett Dr J G South and Dr Flora Mastin attended the State Medical Convention at Louisville this week tIJ Mr George Ooleman and Mrs Lula Coleman of Jeilersonville fr kiMeade i lrherElizabeth Cain Mr Henry Wright and wife and mother Mrs Jane E Wright visited Mrs Carl Terhune in Sbel a 1i by county Friday last Mrs 11 Wright the elder is 72 years of age and stood the 27 mile drive as well as any of the family SOD jTERtin JI The Kings Daughters lot at the idingconsented to donate two loads Jr sod and put it down While this ofja nice gift it will hardly begin good work d It has been suggested that the y farmers and other parties who have sod be requested to assist in the work We hope there will bo enough sod donated for the purpose JIIf those desiring to assist in tho matter and will furnish sod let it t I ii9pitalparties will see that it is properly I put down r These ladies are doing a noble work and deserve help They are not able to furnish the sod thein selves Lets hear about it Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas Eolectrio Oil A out Use DrI 1 i1druggistsJ WARDS OFF PNEUMONIA y ift All coughs colds and pulmonary r complaints that aro curqble are OoughOureout inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts strength ens thelungs wards oft pneumonia takeSold MEMBER RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 1 Itl r THE GENIUS MOLEL AND THE TLk 1 This Notable Attraction Comes to- rJ i TuesdayOctober r a foruiance M i4Jd Win G Stewart well known from his connection with the lead ing comic opera companies nnd asjff01 director of the W GStewart Opera ii4 Co will shortly produce Tli Genius and the Model n comedy by Wm C and Cecil B De Mllle authors of Strongheart1 etc In tJ connection will be given a curtain raiser a one act romantic drama f with music entitled Noblesse t Oblige by Wm C Do Mille in rt which Mr Stewart will appear as swaggering French nobleman wh his life to save his brother 1who robbed him of his fortune and his swoethiwrt The part is ad 3 mirably fitted to him and affords an opportunity for the singing of two songs i In H The Genlns and the Model thetbeautyii This play Isnn original comedy V NRS FARMER CarpetsetcSuits and Cloaks veryhenvyment we doily replenish it withetrict ly Reliable Qualities and Styles Coat Suits 1000 to 2500 Long Coat Suits 1500 to 8500 Demi Costumes 2500 to 5000 CLOAKS o o 0 00 Empire or Box Styles Extra Val ues 1000 The Rivoli the Swollest Style out ell tQ 251- 0Childrens Cloaks 300 up ModeliwYOlkwomnllhe helpIjthreehas manmbecomes famous Ho nas in the meantime fallen in love with a model nni when his former sweetheart comes to give herself to hint he tells her that as his inspiration rhis ttfI1111rlyappears and the artists prm on the reflected famIIn addition E 1engaged bdonSally MoNool and Francis Free man Seat subs opens at Barretts this Saturday morning October 21 Skirts Are a Specialty with us Panama or Serge Special Values 5o0NobbyNew Styles 800 to 1500 Shirt Waists New Fall Effects Heavy Lawn 100 Embroidered Linen 200 to 500 Silk Waists Penu do Sol Taffeta 50- 0QUALITY COUNTS withus TilE FORTUNE TELLER COM ING The vast majority of the theat going public always welcome t 111u1sicnlpopular production The Fortune Teller which scored a most pro nounced success for Miss Alice Neilsen will be presented at t Capital Theatre in the near tutu under the management of Mess Milton and Sargent Aborn All the magnificent surroundings which presentationdollars will be used by the Aliorn brothers in their revival of this comic opera will be soon in TheFortune Tel ler Is composed of good singers good actors and good dancers There is a large and efficient chorus notable particularly for ite feminine beauty and the orchestra is under the able direction of Carl Burton The company numbers 60 people t t GeniusJ ASlIMiss Charlotte Burnett who will appear in The Honeymoon at the Capital Theatre on Thursday October 20 is without doubt sup by the cast reputable artists leaving New Yor CityIt is seldom that Frankfurt ha opportunity of witnessing a lug Landincluding George Sylvester John MacGregor G H Ti minors Erin Lacy Miss Caroline tbeittutYorkMcNamara should bo congratulated and his efforts in warded by liberal patronage in 12 OLD TAYLOR m f PREMIERt bo WHISKEVPrJ EH TAYLORIR SONS Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky tf j vrt BLACK CAT HOSE For and Girls Are Best 10 cents 15 cents 25 cents Dress Goods WithTrimmings to Match Are Specialty with us Our Stock Is unusually complete with Values that can not be equaled Mohair Mixed Suitings 3Uc Beautiful Mixed Suitings or All Wool Serge in fine coloring SOc Poplins PrunellA Taffeta Cloths Broadcloths 75o to150 securing such a distinguished star as Miss Burnett The Honeymoon ns a laugh producer stands thoreu seeingIfan cast Jn the choicest of all refined Honeymoon11Seats Octo 100eCONSUMPTIONS WARNING IllnsJde facts soon become evident ia ouUIisymptoms OR G G GJlEENIaid of scientific inventions is not to whether your lungs inIIcheckedIGerman which is made to cure- consumption GermanSyrup qwtilungs ac companied by frequent expectoration yourcoughalready attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless size1SCFor sale by J W Gayle y OASTOBJABears t3ignatnre of strongest Manager Boys J BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY 1J04kentire psoilrevery exceptLeave Lexington for George tovforLexingtonto 10 p in except 10a in noon 7 und 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express rGeorgetown LeavesLexington Leaves Paris 145 p in rutesfortheatre parties and for school business and family tickets can had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER President a I ri MEMBER RETAIL MERCHANTSASSOCIATION SilksSAre a groat feature with us See oar it86in Changeable Taffeta 100 36in Black Taffeta 100 i HighClass Plaids for Waists Merode UnderwearSt- ands at the top 25o Vest Pants or Corset Covers SOc Vests Pants or Corset Covers 500 to 510U Union Suits FIT BEST WEAR BEST RUGS AND CARPETS New Assortment See Them FCSPCIALSChicaoI1s 1050 Pound Trip Oct 23 24 Final Limit Nov 5 For futher information apply torC W r H5tZIrGPL Oct 4tp 1EXPERIENcr f ITRADEAnyone sending a sketch and description ma quickly ascertain our opinion an l HAN0a00KouPatentavDent vojtpectaiScientific fiatflicaa 7culationrear UNN four CO361sroladwAr ti fk Breath Office F Bt Washington C DAILY EXCURSIONS t TOLEDO To DETROITnSt Clair Flats I Port Huron By the Magnificent Stiamirt of Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at tramsRetuningSundays poo PM Fare to Detroit ExcursionstoDetroitandreturn unday 7 se To Pt Huron and return 8aoomealsSf ciat Rate 10 Socttlttj Closo connections at Detroit with steam etcForRailroad Agent or write 0 F TrMgr 411 ti Dtrsoir men i Ri t fi j 1 id II 7 WMriKfortHoaiiflaDQiit r = Entered at the postotlico at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 21 1905 JUG EXCURSION r The excursion train over the F d C railroad on Wednesday morn lag under tho auspices of tho Re tail Business Mens Club was big success notwithstanding the threatening and inclement weather About three hundred and fifty peo ple came into the city and proceeded to do their shopping and t have a good time This was but the advance guard of the that will come hero in the future to transact thorn business Our merchants have demonstrated to the people that they are live and wide awake business monand tha- they carry us good lines of goods and at as reasonable rates as d any of the merchants of adjacent tonsl lately heard port sons who had gone to Lexington and Louisville to shop say tha they had found just as desirable bargains here as in either of then e cities This is a step In the right direc tion and we hope that it will bo followed up regularly so that a vast trade that has been goingelse where may be diverted to the mer chants of this city 1HOLY CITY A treat which will doubtless be t r looked forward to with intense In terest by all music lovers of Frank fort will be the rendition of the oratorio The Holy City by local musical talent at the First Presbyterian Church for the benefit of the Kings Daughters Hpspital The oratorio will be presented some time in November It will ik be a magnificent production and should draw a splendid audience y The Holy City Is a very preten tious piece of work and requires finished musicians in the oratorio Work will be started on the role immediately L ORDERED SOUNDLY WHIPPED 10 Three small colored kids who had amused themselves by throw inc stones at the colored school windows were awarded each a good strapping by Judge Herndon on Tuesday the same to be admin istered by their maternal repre f sentatives in the presence of an t officer in lieu of other punishment TAKEN TO WEST VIRGINIA Deputy U S Marshal N I Mo Daniel left Monday morning for West Virginia taking with him one William Ramoy who had just served out his sentence for moon r shining in tho Franklin county jail Ramey was rearrested as he left the jail for a similar offense com mitted in West Virginia for your Protection we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with a fish on his back 4isour trademark and it is a that Scotts Emul slon will do all that is claimed for it Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles In infant or adult Scotts Emul sion is one of the greatest llesh builders known to the medical worldWell tend you a sample tree StreetSCu11 f i ZfASYK MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest outacares room followingI been healthy with the ex ceptlon ofa touch of rheumatism since my age came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some years ago I assisted in monthsostrain I think caused my trouble Aside cornasore physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much my stomach straindsoon told upon mYleneral health I had totweek after the time I began taking Dr wasountilcompletely cured My faith in Dr has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter hav ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of paraysis and a to retneuralgia by their use I know of a number alargeMRS FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send free book AddrcsaDr ENLARGE GROUNDS The Kings Daughters have pur chased a small plot of ground lying east of their hospital on Eas Main street Consideration lOm MEETING AT BETHEL Rev John H Burdin the pastor assisted by Rev B T Vincent of Beards Station is conducting a protracted meeting at Bethel Bap tilt Church on the Peaks Mil pike Good crowds fine attention and much good expected to accrue 1 CUTTING SCRAPE Sundasmorning in the rear of the saloon of Thos Griffy between two colored men during which Jim Walker out Abe Streets in the abdomen inflicting dangerous wound Walker was arrested and placed in jail PEACE TREATY RATIFIED The treaty of peace between Rus sia and Japan has at last been officially ratified Notification of that important event was sent first to President Roosevelt in graceful acknowledgment of the important part he played in bringing the two great contending parties together The armies and navies of the two groat powers will at once withdraw to their proper peace positions Dyspepsiabane of human existence Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regu lates and tones the stomach ARRESTED Will Settles house boy for Rev M B Adams D D was arrested by Officer H Davis Harrod on Monday charged with stealing a watch belonging to Mr A K Marshall father of Mrs Adams On the trial it was proven that the boy bad shown the watch to several persons He steadily denied everything charged He was sentenced by Judge Hern- don to the workhouse for 55 days with proviso if ho told where the watch was his time would be de creased FOR SWEET CHARITYS SAKE There is an intelligent and worthy mountain girl whose father was killed in a mine who is striving to obtain an education and who has a friend who is trying to help her but she needs clothing to keep her in school The girl is about 14 years of ago Any family having cast off garments suitablo for her use even though they may be somewhat worn and soiled would be doing 1 In His name a deed of sweet charity by donating these articles of apparel which her lady friend can alter and make to fit For furth r information those inter ested can consult Mrs Win Crom well Shelby street this city OFFICERS MASONIC GRAND BODIES rTho following gentlemen woro elected officers by the Grand Conn R and S M which mot in loll this week Grand Master William R John ston Lebanon Deputy Gnrnd Master Samuel Leidich Louisville Conductor of Work John T Kin LexingtonGrand F H Johnson Louisville Grand Recorder H B Grunt LouisvilleGrand Chaplain Charles E Dunn Louisville Grand Captain of the Guard Wil liam E Board Paris Grand Conductor of the Council Hanson Peterson Cynthiana Grand Marshal John W Lan drum Maylield Grand Steward O D Thomas SentinelWm E Ryan Louisville The following were elected officers of the Grand Chapter R A M Grand High Priest Albert A SterlingDeputy PriestH Grand King George A Lewis FrankfortGrand L T Everet Cat Treasurer Frank H Johnson Louisville Grand Secretary H B Grant LouisvilleGrand Captain of HostW R Schabkoliord Richmond SojournerHarryBailey CaptainDWGrand Sentinel H H Erdman Louisville The following officers were elected by the Grand Lodge F and A M Grand Master James Garnett Jr of Columbia Deputy Grand Master Samuel K Veach Carlisle Grand Senior Warden Henry P Barrett Henderson Grand Junior WardenVirgil P Smith Somerset Grand Treasurer John R Leath ors Louisville Grand Secretary H B Grant Louisville 1CHEATED DEATH Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two ago I had Kidney greatytook Electric Bitters whioh effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general de bility and nerve trouble and keep thorn constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal All druggists guarantee them at 50o SPLENDID RAINS Sunday morning we were visited by a gentle rain that fell at inter vals until about 1045 when it cleared off and remained partially clear until between 6 and 7 oclock p m when a regular summer storm sot in and the rain fell in torrents antil nearly 8 oclock There was quite an electrical dis play with but little thunder how everFOR 1 aALL KINDS OF PILES To draw thefireout of a urntI heal a cut without leaving a soar or to cure boils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use DeWittB Witch Hazel Salve A specific for blind bleeding itohI and protruding piles Stops pain instantly and cures perma nently Get the genuine Sold by J W GayleIPURE BRED FOWLS FOR SALE By reference to the advertisement of Mr Eugene E Hoge in todays paper it will be seen that ho offers for sale pure bred fowls of the best strains Read his ad WANTED Chicago whole sale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense motley advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience re parrenvelope THOMAS J COOPER CO 410t 132 Lake St Chicago Ill Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate SMMMfol treatment for blood and akin dk oM Phones Office Now Old 66 Residence New Old 846 Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours eamtol2m 3pmte6pm 7pm to 8 pm OfficeNo Main Street over Barretts Residence No 035 Todd Street Frankfort Ky 33m I lt I i voIE r j Pleasant to take Laxative 1 Syrup l i w f4 J lJ ifr NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION itj Ask Your DoctortAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are ithe best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts W1 are irritating to the intestinesIlLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc t t thlUilYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better any other you have tried 3 ALL DRUGGISTS25r AND 50c PER BOTTLE ltifl Tobacco Bellows Blowers JrRoes Forks Spades MI Cradles and Fingers f fm f Scythes and Snatches 1 J Scythe Stones Wheelborrows f Thresher I Machine Oila lf VVVVTarpaulins II ff Wrenches JJ TliJrFRANK G STAGGljll Hardware Paints Oils Etc ti I t mt Value JOHN DRISGOLL Qu Ft f t1 The Leading Grocer iJt V The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade j 1 Mash Whiskies Dont the 1JOHNNEW PRISON PHYSICIAN The Prison Commission has ap pointed Dr Joseph Barr of Leb anon as physician at the local Penitentiary to the lath Dr Hugh L Tobin Dr Barr is said toIbe a talented and able physician FOR SALET- HOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Plymoth took Cockerels 300 and up AddressEUGENE E HOGE I 72m Frankfort Ky souttiern Railway 111 Shotest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville TO 7 i St louis and the West TwoTrains Daily as f llowsfLeave Lexington 010 a m Lou isvillo 000 a m Arrive St LouisI612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and JI CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a la carte through without Leavo Lexington 580 p m Loutlisville 1015 p m Arrive St It Louis 782 a m I IIIOarswithout change Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington KyM t or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave s f L FREE TRIP TO FRANKFORT Itfy DAYIiR 1905 f The RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION ol FRANKFORT KY WILL REFUND RAILROAD FARES on f the following basis every day from October 16th to December 30th 1905 from all points on the Louisville k and Nashville C O and Frankfort and Cincinnati Railroads READ CAREFULLY HOW TO GET A FREE TRIP r Buy a Round Trip Ticket from your station to Frankfort The first store at which you stop ask for a rebate book in which salesmen will enter ifjl i amount of pour purchases Take thIS book with you and have amount of purchases entered by each firm from whom you buy When through take thIS book wIth your Railroad TIcket to the office of the CapItal Trust Company corner of MaIn and St ClaIr streets and they wIll refund te amount of your railroad fare to an amount not exceeding 250 on Cash purchases from the members of the Retail Merchants Association to the amount of 20 If your purchases amount to more than 2000 they will rebate you 2 per cent on all over 2000 It will not be necessary to buy the whole amount from one firm just so your purchases from the members of the Retail Merchants Association amounts to 2000 you will be entitled to have your fares refunded j On Wednesday afternoon of each week a SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Frankfort at 430 P M over the Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad for Georgetown and intermediate points pfBelowis a List of the Members of the Retail Merchants Association and their Business Cards m ijj W S FARMER 320 Main Street itDry Goods Cloaks and Suits Carpets Dressmaking II CRUTCHER SIMPSON Main Street Clothing furnishing Goods Shoes GEO H STEHLIN 209211 St Clair Street Furniture and Carpets P C SOWER CO 307309 Main t Hardware Stoves Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement i 1 t1r M A SELBERT 230 St Clair Jewelry Silverwear Cut Glass i r ai = ii ii RESUMES THE TRIPOD SOn Monday last Mr J W Marks la bury retired from the editorship of the Evening Call and Mr John B Sr assumed control again i4after an absence of only two months ti Its a mistake to imagine that c itching piles cant be cured a mis take to suffer a day longer than 1 you can help Doans Ointment Ar brings instant relief and permanent I jo cure At any drug store 60 cents LUNCH DURING STREET FAIR j The Young Ladies Aid Society f tho First Baptist Church will serve lunch Tuesday of the Street J t Fair The lunch will consist of ham 1r beaten biscuit sandwiches pickle dressed eggs coffee and pie All 4a 1tor the sum of 25 cents- THANKS a rJ The Ladies Exchange of the Methodist Church have kindly pre 1sented us with a delightful lemon They will please accept our t thanks By the way these ladies will have their Exchange open regu laxly every Saturday and you can purchase the very nicest pies cakes candies bread etc for your Sun Jay table Call upon thorn LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RAILWAY CO Henderson Route Louisville Ky October 1005 Effective October 1905 Mr J H Gallagher is appointed Traveling Passenger Agent of Com pany territory East of Louisville vice Mr Geo L Garrett resigned to enter other business Headquarters Louisville Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent By the above it will be seen tha one of tho cleverest men in the railroad business in the State ha been appointed to this responsible position Mr Gallaghet has ha very considerable experience in the business and is well fitted for the place 1 DAVIS 228 St Clair Street Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings M J MEAGHER CO 306 Main Boots Shoes Hats Caps School Books Stationery Etc C KAGIN BRO 4143 St Clair Dry Goods Notions Ladies ReadytoWear Garments CHARLES J WEITZEL 305 Main Dry Goods Notions ReadytoWear Garments W H AVERILLS SONS 336 Main Druggists SIXTY WEEKS FOR 176 The new subscriber to The Youths Companion for 1900 who at once sends the subscription price 176 will receive free all the re maining issues of the paper for 1905 These issues will contain nearly 50 complete stories besides the opening chapters of Grace S Richmonds serial The Church ills LatchString a sequel to her story of Tho Second Violin which appeared in the early weeks of this year Madame Sembrioh will contribute an article on Sov ereigns I Have Sung To and there will be three stories by May Rob erts Clark under the title Tales of a Pawnee Hero These will give a foretaste of the good things in store for 1900 full illustrated announcement of which will be sent to any address free with sample copies of the paper Now subscribers will also receive a gift of The Companions Minutemen Calendar for 1906 litho graphed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass Too late to cure a cold after con sumption has fastened its deadly grip on the lungs Take Dr Woods Norway Pine Syurp while yet there is time CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home proper attention to food 1Ilgestion- and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be provonted or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regu totof the thousands of consumptives benefitedsand strength are those tha bottledgists 1 yr 1Drr Treatment BfKf tot the blood Cerate tor tUn era- ptleeiiIkiiiiiiiIuiiI R K McCLURE SON 212214 St Clair Street Clothing Mens Boys Outfitters Shoes Trunks Etc FERD JACOBS 218 St Clair Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings J BroadwayStoves House Furnishing Goods FRANK G STAGG 208 Ann St Hardware Paints Oils and Glass JOHN E MILES 121 St Clair St Flour and Meal WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away I Frankfort women know how the aohes and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a burden Backache hip pains head aches dizzy spells distressing uri nary troubles all tell of sick kid neys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabeteQ dropsy and KidneyPillsdisorders Heres proof of it in a Frankfort womans words Mrs Tinie Lagle of 527 North St Clair Street wife of M D Lagle proprietor of barber shop near the depot eays For some four or five years I hardly knew what it was to be free from an aching back and the irregular action of the kid neys at the same time caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing Although I tried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles drug story I had taken but a few doses of this good preparation when I realized I was regaining my health and un a continuation of the treatment I found my condi tion so much improved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe my thanks to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co But alo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember tho name Doans anJ take no other II DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A fow doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or its continued youtseated your cough oven if dread youtr effect a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless oases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr t 1S 1 11 R ROGERS SONS 115117 St Clair Furniture Carpets Window Shades S D JOHNSON CO 331 Main Dry Goods Millinery China Cut Glass F J HEENEY240 St Clair Dry Goods Cloaks Carpets and Furnishing GoodsrW T READING SON BroadwayChina Granite Ware Kitchen Novelties and Carpet Warp W C LUTKEMEIR 313 BroadwayDry Goods and Carpets LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER JMETABLE EFFECT IVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 No INo S Daily Ex JI Stations Mrs INo1 Dally PM A MAM PN f Leave Ar AT 225 745 0 Lexington 0 60S 810 825 Winchester 1010I B20 858 018 Clay City 489 490t q 511 1029 70 Boattyvilla Junction i26 891010 1180 1Jackaon 625 886 Trains No Sand daisy other trains daily except Sunday XRy8 connect at L E Junction with the O O Ry UL for ft StcrU x BtmttVUleandJ B SCOTTUonoral A i OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY NO 84 No No 83 No 21ADail1MIs Mia AMLVOPM Lve IA M Ar PMAr o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 1128 843I 169 Wilhurat 417 1152 162 Hampton 480 1158 1ii Lee have 610 181 1I h 61a l2l9105 Cannel City 643 1245 l Nos and will make close connection at 0 K Junction with Noa 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent NICE RAIN A nice rain fell on Wednesday last which taken with the rain of Sunday will make thu wheat grow nicelyLAST HOPE VANISHED When loading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin la had incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings ConsumptionOoughs his grave He says This great 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 Pneqmonla Guaranteed 50o and all druggists Ttiial bottle free rtsr t l DAN PA YAORDDan Patch the noted pacing LexIngtonnearflying Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville 1MJooNew Orleans Special No Leayca i201 p m Arrives 686p m 123Leavesm intenned1atepointItown Hodgenville and no Hodgenvillo lLeavesm toHodgellv111eSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily Main St Both I Now is the time for building BARNSVo carry a complete stock of Crimp arid Corrugated STEEL ROOFINGRuTberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge RollIGalvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Hinges Screw and Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled J 11 307309 Phonos V Strap Strap CARRIED DUVALLHARRTSON Til this county on Sunday Mr Benj F r Duvall and Miss Lula Harrison wore married NEWMANBALDWIN In this oity on Thursday Mr Thos Now mttn and Miss Cordie Baldwin were married by Rev Dr M B Adams RAZOR COURTNEY At the Bame time and place Mr Ernest Razor and Visa Mamie Courtney Were married by Rev F M Morgan SNOOKSSTIVERS At Lob anon Church this county on Wed nesday Mr R H Snooks and Miss Nora Stivers were married by Rev F M Morgan THORNTONWEBB this pity on Wednesday Mr Ferdinand N Thornton and Miss Annie Webb both of Owen county were married Jy Judge J H Polsgrove- UTTERBACK JACKSON I n this county on Wednedsay Mr C William Uttorbaok and Miss Eliza r Roth Jackson were married by Boy rMJAdamsMr Is the youngest soli of Mr C W Utterback and a valued employe of Crutoher r Simpson He is a fine young fel low His bride is one off Bridge ports fairest and sweetest girls We tender our congratulations McENVANCOLVIN In Pitta burg Penn on Tuesday Rev Win L McEwan D D and Mrs 4 Eleanor Fulton Colvin were mar rled by Rev W S Mellon D D a cousin of the bride assisted by Rev Robert Christie D D a brotheiinlaw of the groom We have heretofore made a notice of the approaching marriage The bride and groom reached this city on Wednesday on a visit to d relatives K We tender our heartiest congratu JT lations WEITZEL BERBERICH At itl the Church of the Good Shepherd r on Tuesday morning Mr Walter C i Weitzel and Miss Margaret Berber ich were married by Rev Father Thos S Major t Mr Weitzel is one of our clever test and most industrious young business men a valued employe of the Kentucky River Mills His bride is one of Frankforts sweetest and handsomest girls She is a musician of acknowledged excel lence and has boon a member of the choir of the First Presbyterian Church for several years She is the only daughter of Capt Valen tino Berberich and wife and is uni versally popular with all who know r herA delightful lunch was served to the bridal party at the home of the brides parents after which they left on a short wedding trip They were the repipients of many fhandsome presents The hearty congratulations of a large circle of friends attends them FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on itI Three quarters of a mile from city t limits ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf ji ti l fii 111 alL iFc Ow8c COJ 230 St Clair RODMANIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Edmund B Rodman and wife a daughter Mary Jouett RACK TAXES ALLOWED Back taxes for the five years just passed were recovered by State Revenue Agent Geo H Alexander against the estate of the lute Mr Wm Moore It was claimed that a total sum of 17500 had not been listed The claim was allowed by Judge Polsgrove on Tuesday The taxes recovered amounted to 19250 REFUSED TO ADVANCE The U S Supreme Court at Washington City on Monday re fused to advance the case of James B Howard charged with murder ing Senator Goebel It will come up in regular couise in December Being wall up on the docket the court saw no reason for its advance ment THE PACIFIC COAST Do you want to live whore the climate is mild thfi 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 where business is good and capital finds profitable investment Both health and opportunity await you on the Pacific Coast Special low rates via the Chicago Union Pacific Northwestern Line Send 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern P T M C N W Ry Chicago for booklets and ull information The famous little piHa Too late to cure a cold after con sumption has fastened its deadly grip on the lungs Take Dr Woods Norway Pine Syurp while yet there is time wuJ 1cOI t 7 f i We have completed elaborate for supplying promptly and the Fall and Holiday needs of the public Our stocks comprise full line of the product of the Elgin and Walthani made expressly for us Ask to see the BETSY ROSS HOWARD and HAMILTON WATCHES Make Your For The CON WAY In this city on Sunday Mr Frank M Conway aged 70 years The funeral services were con ducted by Rev A B Chlnn on Tuesday afternoon the home of her son Mr J Andrew Cain in Versailles on Monday night Mrs Elizabeth H Cain widow of the late Mr John Cain of this city aged about 75 Cain was a devout Christian and a member of the Methodist Church She was beloved by all who knew her Quiet retiring and reserved she lived her religion in her daily walk and Death had no terrors for her She leaves one son Mr J An drew Cain arid four Mrs J W Prentiss Mrs A G Jeffers Mrs Thos R Todd and Miss Lily Cain to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted by Rev J O A Vaught from the Methodist Church in this city on morning and- the remains were laid away by the side of her husband in our come six were her pall bearer DEAD was received in this city on that the well beloved and venerable mother of Mr Ed O Leigh had passed away at her home in Paduoah aged about Sfryears of Leigh has tho of many friends hero in his great LOST On October 7 in or near a with other things a ticket to trots bearing owners name Reward for its return to this office 7lt + THE FINEST EVER The moving exhibited at Capital Theatre on night wore the finest over soon in this city The marvelous work of Mr Lyman H Howe can not bo too highly Every picture shown was lifelike and perfect There was a big audience present but when the show is given here again this season which they arranged for they should put up S R O e ON TRIP SOUTH President Roosevelt and his stall left City on for a trip through the South Ho has met with very and cordial so far When the trip is ended the Presi dent will have visited during his of his high office every State in the Union some thing no other President has done = RETURN The of soldiers from this have been doing guard duty at the Logan Circuit Court at returned home Monday The two men convicted of assault and sentenced to bo hung on December 1st were taken to the Warren county jail at Bowling Green for safe keeping e DIES AT Judge Jas R Burnam of Rich mond son of Hon Curtis F Bur nam and brother of Judge A Rol lins Burnam died at his home in on Monday aged 50 yeirs Mr Burnam had served one term oounty He was a very popular and He was the only Democrat in the Bur nam family He leaves a wife ta mourn his death l j ratIWealth of Watch Stock For Fall Trade Street BIRTHS Early Risers preparations satisfactorily Companies Solid Gold Watch Cases Gold Filled Watch Cases Selections Holidays ICAINAt conversation daughters Wednesday teryHer grandsons Wednesday pneumonia- Mr sympathy bereavement Saturday Cemetery LEATHER SUITCASE containing Lexington picturesas Wednesday commended havoI THROUGH Washington Wednesday gratifying receptions incumbency SOLDIERS detachment altswho Russellvllle RICHMOND Richmond gentleman Kentucky M Reliable Jeweler DEATHS IMOTHER Represontativesland companionable JI AitSELDERT REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mr LB WeisenburghJrhaQ chased from Dr J A Posey a lot on Shelby street upon which ho will build a residence The price paid was 1100 cash- NARROW ESCAPE train upon which Mr W To IThe and family returned to Tryon N C over the Knoxville Branch of the 1J N was wrecked and several of the em ployes and others killed and hurt Ion Wednesday night Notwith J standing the wreck Mr Lindsoys family escaped injury FOR SALETwo Black PolledIAngus Cows with four months old bull calves by their sides Also one young black bull ready for ser vice GEORGE QU A RLES Switzer KyIOr Scotts Stable FrauktortKy- 7tf LATONIA RAGES 400 to Cincinnati O and return i via F C Ry October 17 1924 t2081 and November 2 1905 Tick ets limited to three days from date of sale C W HAY G P A = f tDO YOU WANT STRENGTH If ou want to increase yoqr- strength you must add to and not take from tho physical In other words tho food that you eat must le digested assimilated and appro printed by the nerve blood and tissues before being expelled from j the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system It is pleas I nut to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digostants that will digest the food and enable the Btrenpthgivinc qualities Sold by J W Gayle TelephoneNu108t li 1r11 r 1 = Li IiL = f L I I 0II JOHNSON Clir 3F J Offerings to the Fall Buyer I weaW rW Wa uu fOur wkingDepartmentUnder Specialty Tailored Finished Cloth Gowns If you are thinking of having a now gown we will take pleasure in talking it over with you and submitting e timntesIWe have a bewildering line of New Smooth Finished Materials and indeed New Dress Goods all kinds from 25c a yard up iof Millinery Must Be Closed Out Regardles of Cost IIA1JI8 FICO 110 =JEJWIJI8 JJPb r Come and see us and you will know just what is the most correct and very latest thing in New York H S D JOHl SON CO i RELIGIOUS R i ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rec tor Sunday October 15 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser- anon 980 a in Sabbathschool in the ttahurch building v Prayer and h Sermon t PrayerkifStudyfttv 15 p m f The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev t6 O R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Rev Mr Hudson will preach a special sermon Sunday morning tot his subject being- ii GracefullyThe with fj autumn leaves All the old people n are Invited to attend t At night hie subject will be it Restoration of the Nineteenth J it Century jI Sundayschool at 980 a m in the I f chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets hapelt Todd Niool r Topic Songs That Havo Helped Prayermeeting Wednesday even f inc at 780 in the chapel Irrt The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited f Ii CATHOLIC CHURCHRev- 4Father Thomas S Major rector f Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m r1 JFIRST BAPTIST OHURCH pasyt m ImmortalityEvening subject Frankfortt in Jt the chapel Baraoa Class at 945 a m taught tit y toy the pastorIBaptist Young Peoples will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday T night at 780 oclock in the t invited Seats I P IreoIFIRST PRESBYTERIAN IC JHURCHRov J MoC Blayney lI D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris than Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even in m Visitors cordially welcomed i METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 745 a m Junior League at p m plBPmyermeetlnJ J evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTERIANIpastor will preach at 11 a m and hII 780 p m Sundayschool At 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 t pm- Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock t Everybody invited to attend Ca rORlAMena this 1Y Signature t A From the Lexington Leader Oct 15 BOAT SERVICE ESTABLISHED tli BETWEEN BEATTYVILLE AND ONEIDA LexIIngtonlaugurated between Beattyville and Oneida in Clay county Rev Mr Burns is atthe head of the Baptist Mission School at Oneida and because of the lack of trans portation facilities in that section he decided upon this boat service Oneida is fiftysix miles beyond Beattyville and across the moun tains more than a day is required for the journey Rev Mr Burns is also the pastor of the church at Oneida and has been an earnest worker for the education of the mountain people This new boat service will do much towards bringing those people into closer touch with the out side world It is the plan to have three gaso line launches to run betwen haslliMr Burns was among those who helped build it The boat is 24 feet long and will carry forty passengers and about 10000 pounds of freight When completed it was put on the river and from there proceeded to Oneida When the other two boats are completed and put in operation there will be one boat each day be tween Beattyvillo and Oneida This service will be of great value to Lexington merohants in that it will open up a territory heretofore almost beyond local trade Mr Burns begin hie work of education in the mountains with the hope of eradicating the feuds He has been successful Aided by the hisigrown now teachers and 250 pupils and is doing Ia great work Mr Burns is J man of the people professorlofsecular and ministerial he is a practical mechanic and helped to build the school in which he is teaching The story of his work in Clay county is an example of a roan who is not afraid qf trials or of labor and the results of that work have been the practical redemption Of Clay from feuds bloodshed and lawlessness He is a cousin of Tom Baker of feud fame and Jim Howard now In jail in connection with the Goebel murder case one of his pupils- BUSINESS MENS BANQUET The business men of this city hold a banquet en Thursday night at the Frankfort Hotel Quite a number of speeches were made calculated to arouse the proper spirit among business men looking to the betterment of business conditions in the city A representative crowd was pres ent and a pleasant timo had CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slguaturf of III IUtterback PROGRAM OF FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING WITH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FRANK LIN COUNTY KY OCTOBER 28 AND 29 1905 Saturday Morning- 10OO103oDevotional exercises by Rev J H Burdin 10801100 Address on Mission Work In Franklin Association Rev L D Stucker 11 0011 45 Missionary Sermon Rev O L Powers 114512U0Open Discussion Saturday Afternoon 180200 Womens Meeting under charge of Mrs Dunne Brown CoxIFu qua Sr 230300 Address on Sunday school Extension by Rev M B Adams D D Sunday Mornin- g10001015Devotional exercises by Rev J H Burdin 10151080 Address on Music in the Churches by Prof E R Jones10801046Address on Prayer in the Home by J H Martin 10451100 Address on Re ligious Literature by Rev J B France11001200Preaching Service in charge of Rev J H Burdin LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending October 21 1905 Captlinon Chas Chambers iJiCalker Choate Mrs John Ghrlsely George Giuseppe Moselli Hailley Miss M Holman Mrs A Jones Annie Kling Mrs J McCarty Albert- MaoDonald Mrs Geo MaoDonald Miss D R Millanx Mrs J Moore J H Morris Forrest Niokles Miss Louie Smith J P Spaulding Miss Katie Wright Mr and Mrs B A Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M A PLEASURE TO ALL positiveThese 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 best liver pills sold Sold by J W Gayle FORMER FRANKLINCOUNTY BOY HONORED Mr Thos C Poynter formerly of this county has been nominated by the Republicans of Boyle county for Representative in the Legisla turo Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DigIts what you eat KILLTHOOUCHI KingsHew I FOR cONSUMPTION IIPrIce Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG aUILES or MONEY BACK w i iii trt1 coat Notions Our notion table will save you moneyevery time below we quote n few recordbreaking prices on Ic for package of Hnir Pins lo for card Hooks and Eyes io for paper of Pins 2o for rolllof Cotton Tape JJo for Clarks Spool Cotton do for card of Safety Pins 5o for two dozen Pearl Buttons lOo for Hood Tooth Brush 10o for good Rubber Comb the for Dress Shields 4Jo for Corsets worth io to 100 Ijo for Asbestos Iron Holders r c for Feather Stitched Braid Domestics 40 for best Calico 5c for yard wide Bleached Cotton 5c for yard wide Brown Cotton 5o for Apron Gingham ire to Dress Gingham Outing Flannels OntingFlnons a Hr Two- Dyspeptics1r If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle strength If you are too lean the fatproducing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatine Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well HJodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh or U 111 it a rrpur4tthe Lttt For sale by J W Gayle KEEP THE GHJ3PS J5j It is the little things of lifo that annoy usTecan dodge an elephant but not a flysays some phi losopher You cant very well avoid annoyance from chapped and roughened skin these days unless you rely on Cutticilla Cream It relieves at once and heals in a few hours If we knew of anything bet ter we would recommend it Customers say there couldnt be anything better PRICE 15 CENTS Jul W1GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann nnd Broadway Frankfort Ky Dr Weavers yrup Porlflei the blood t Cerate ointment for the skis k IJ it I t i A J CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We 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 Novem ber 1905 20te FOR SALE I have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 pedigreeforMilan Cow very fine milker Ap ply to G H MASTIN R F 3 Frankfort ICE Oct 7tf OeWItts Little Early Risers famous little pills IThe 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 arewInoludingBanffdian Rookies a sea trip from Via toria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin play MountIHoodits great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub brushfand luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Motion Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky ter frankfort GinOiQQ3ti 8g The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 P1etNo84200 J2 Lv D Frankfort A1m2 066 23 Summit 713211 6 Elkhorn 06 2 6 Switzer 8 68 2 6KJ Stamping Ground 1063 6 48 413u2 7 f Georgetown 1035 829 2 Cl 10 S I 6 25 69 Newtown 854 6 07 8 78S Centerville 8 569 811 87 Elizabeth 842 5 820 747 Paris Jonctn 882 8 Art Paris r Lv 880 543 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC DCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N 3i BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA MIPMI y 18 25 7 Lv Georgetown ArII0 8 10 Cincinnati 804 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M P M 6 20 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 8 40 LT Ar 5 83 80 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 3 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 7 1200P 820AL Frankfort A U 25A7SOP 47P 12A A Georgetown A 9 OlA 825P 3 5P 50A A Paris L 8 80A 42P 6 UP 42A A Winchester L 7 245P 115P400P17 s P 12 54P A Richmond L ST20A155P A Cincinnati pHAYIP A V t jr FRANKFORTS GREAT POULTRY SHOW- Continued from first papo One Quart O F C Whisky toy eaoh of the following RookPelletBest White Plymouth Rock Pullet Best Buff Plymouth Rook Pullet Best Silver Wyandotte Pullet Best Golden Wyandotte Pullet Best White Wyandotte Pullet Best Buff Wyandotte Pullet Best Black Wyandotte Pullet Best Partridge Wyandotte Pullet Best Silver Penciled Wyandotte t PulletBest Single Comb Rhode Island Red Pullet Best Light Brahma Pullet Best Dark Brahma Pullet Best Buff Cochin Pullet Best White Coohin Pullet Best Black Langshan Pullet Best Single Comb Brown Leghorn PulletBest Rose Comb Brown Leghorn Pullet Best Single Comb White Leghorn PulletBest Rose Comb White Leghorn PulletBest Single Comb Black Minorca PulletBest Single Comb White Minorca PulletBest Single Comb Buff Orping ton Pullet HamburgPulletStag Co Distillers One Yearly Subscription Daily Kentuoky Journal third Barred Plymouth Rook Cockerel One Yearly Subscription Daily Kentucky Journal third Single Comb Brown Leghorn Cockerel One Yearly Subscription Weekly Kentucky Journal third Single Comb Buff Orpington Cockerel One Yearly Subscription Weekly Kentuoky Journal third White Plymouth Rock Cockerel Offered y by The Kentucky Journal Pub Co One Cashmere Rug 71x101 value 10 for best pen White Co f chins Offered by W C Lutke meier Dry Goods etc One Case Standard Tomatoes for best pair Light Brahman One Case Corn for best pair Silver Duckwing Leghorns pnirSingleOne Case 8 String Beans for best pair White Faced Black Span ish Offered by Rupert Grocery Co One Quart Frankfort Whisky for each of the following Best Barred Plymouth Rook CockerelBest Plymouth Rook Cock erelBest Buff Plymouth Rook Cock erelBest Silver Wyandotte Cockerel Best Golden Wyandotte Cockerel Best White Wyandotte Cockerel Best Buff Wyandotte Cockerel Best Partridge Wyandotte Cock erel Best Black Java Cockerel Best Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cockerel Best Light Brahma Cockerel Best Dark Brahma Cockerel Best Buff Cochin Cockerel Best Partridge Cochin Cockerel Best White Cochin CocKerel Best Black Cochin Cockerel Best Black Langshan Cockerel Bout White Langshan Cockerel LeghornCookerel Best Rose Comb Brown Leghorn CockerelBest Comb White Leghorn Cockerel Best Rose Comb White Leghorn Cookerel Best Single Comb Bluuk Minorca Cockerel Best Single Comb White Minorca Cockerel Offered by The Frank fort Distillery 50 Piece Dinner Sot for best trio Single Comh Buff Orpingtons Offered by The Racket Stoie One Suit Clothes value 10 for best trio of Brown Leghorns One Pair W L Douglass Shoes value 350 for best pair Dark Brah inas Offered by 1 Davis Clothing and Shoes One bbl Leader Flour for highest scoring Single Comb White Leg horn Cockerel Offered by John Driscoll Grocer One pkg of Stock Food to each followings Brahma Gock Fourth Light Brahma Hen Fourth eilht Brahma Cockerel Fourth Light Brahma Pullet Fourth Single Comb White Min orca Cockerel Fourth Single Comb White Mi norca Pullet Oie pkg Poultry Food to each of the following Fourth White Plymouth Rook CookFourth White Plymouth Rock HenFourth White Plymouth Rock White Plymouth Rook PulletFourth White Wyandotte Cock erelFourth White Wyandotte Pullet i One pkg Louse Killer to each of the following Fourth Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cock J Fourth Single Comb Rhode Island- S Red Hen- Fourth Comb Rhode Island Red- Fourth Cockerel Single Comb Rhode Island Red Pullet v I ifj I a 1 Fourth Black LangshairCookerel Fourth Black Langshan Pullet Offered by The Ashland Stool Food Co Ashland O One Iron Bed value 10 for best trio Barred Plymouth Rocks Offered by Goo H Stehlin Furni ture etc One Yearly Subscription to the Canadian Poultry Review to end of followingFifth Plymouth Rook Cockerel Fifth White Plymouth Rock Cockerel Fifth Buff Plymouth Rook Cook erel Fifth White Wyandotte Cockerel LeghornLeJhornCookerel LeghornLeghornCookerel Fifth Single Comb Buff Orphing ton Cockerel Fifth Single Comb Rhode Island Reel Cocekrel Offered by Tin Canadian Poultry Review Toronto CanadaOne Isabella Fox Fur value 10 best pen Bantams any variety Offered by C Kagin d Bro Dry Goods etc One plug Medicated Stock Food to followingFourth Rock Cockerel Fou th White Plymouth Rook Buff Plymouth Rock Silver Wyandotte Cockerel Fourth Golden Wyandotte Cook erel Fourth White Wyandotte Cook erelFourth Buff Wyandotte Cockerel Fourth Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cookerel Fourth Light Brahma Cockerel Fourth Dirk Brahma Cockerel Fourth Buff Cochin Cockerel Fourth White Cochin Cockerel One pkg Medicated Poultry Food to each of the following Fourth Black Langshan Cockerel Fourth Whito Langshan Cockerel Fourth Single Comb White Leg horn Cockerel Fourth Rose Comb White Leghorn Cockerel Fourth Single Comb Brown Leghorn Cookerel Fourth Rose Comb Brown Leg horn Cockerel Fourth Single Comb White Min- orca Cockerel Fourth Single Comb Black Min orca Cockerel Fourth Single Comb Buff Orping ton Cockerel HamburgCooterel Fourth White Faced Black Span ish Cockerel DorkingCockerelCo Falmouth Ky- PIGEONS 5 in gold for best display of Show Homers Offered by T L Edelen Attorney at Law 250 in gold for best pair Fan tails Offered by Gustavo LaFon tame Restaurant One Sack UJ E M Flour 98 Ibs for best pair ShortFace Tumb lersOne SackJ E M Flour 98 Ibs for best pair LongFace Clean Leg Tumblers Offered by The J E M Milling Co Lexington Ky One Old Hickory Chair value 5 for bestdisplay Carriers Offered by Dr John P Stewart Onehalf Dozen PhotoEngrav ings value 5 for best display of Muffled Tumblers Offered by H A Gretter Photographer 5 in gold for the largest display of pigeons any variety Offered by Capital Hotel One pair Dorothy Dodd Ladies Shoes value 5 for the best dis JMeagherOne Yearly Subscription to Frankfort Roundabout to each of the following Best pair Homers Best pair Fantails Best pair Pouters Best pair ShortFaced Tumblers Best pair LongFaced CleanLeg TumblersBest Carriers Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buck lens Arnica Salve h A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Colum bus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25o at all druggists F AND C R R ASHLAND EDUCATIONAL AS SOCIATION PARIS KY Fare for round trip 100 Tick ets on sale October 20 and 21 Goon returning October 22 WANTEDBy Chicago Manufao Luring House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest ment required Previous experi ence not Address Manager BranchesComo Block Chicago 512t Dr WMtver a Treat eat IrftpptoUU1 1M Mood OenttJuiiakfa enptIIM ithofj2 Jt Written for the Roundabout THE DUTIES OF THE lINGS DAUGHTERS If we are daughters in truth we must render an account of our stewardship to tho King for ours is heartsearching work lifes most sacred duty Tho very first obliga powerlesstoand by this help comes patience Patience in great reverses and more patience in the little harrass ing annoyances which oomes to us every day more particularly on Monday mornings when satan finds a good soil to sow tares among the wheatThe second obligation is charity Sympathy is costly it is the ex quisite alabaster vase broken at the Saviors feet and none of the Kings Daughters ore too poor to render this service Dr Johnson said h Spite and illnature are theImost expensive luxuries in then if our lifeforces must be spent upon others in His name let us spend it in kindness and loving mercyOur are as arrows shot at God and their only effect as they fall back is the wounding of the heart that sends them As individuals we are members yet as individuals we may work separatey each doing her part as is the duty of every Christian to work We have not passed this way hitherto and we shall never pass this way again The third obligation then is work To speak kind words to make people happy to keep faith in God and in each other find the best and truest friend It has boon truly said That although no woman has written an IlliadA Paradise Lost have de signed No Appollo Belvidero painted no Last Judgment they have done some things greater and better than all this It is at their knees that virtuous men and women have been trained the most excel lent productions of the world The patient gentle schooling of Monioo turned Augustine from a profligate to a saint The blessed binsIphemous tender influence that Washington a man of such truth nobleness and power and we have influence for good or for evil theI effects of which shall follow us through life and be witness for or against us at the bar of judgment The last request of our dear Savior was that His followprs teach tho gospel and preach it to every creature This gospel is one of love to God and love to man and yet how often we allow days weeks and months to pass without speaking in His name to our dear ones or trying in the simplest way to help the infirmities of those with whom we come in contact Our order is a religious order ot service Christian but not sectarian and its members may be found in all churches and almost all nations This members are bound indivdually and collectively to serve the needy and the suffering to consider and be helpful in every good work choosing some field of labor hut never escaping the obligation of serviceWe of fashion politics gossip scandal and other topics hut when we speak of eternity and death it is in a halfhearted man ner and can not do much good for if we are ashamed ot Him in this wicked world He will be ashamed of us when He comes with the holy angelsIn day shall rewards be given for work and only tho un believers and unfaithful shall be cast out I tis a serious thoughtthis a Kings daughterand we beh1JrI shine for Him every day Doing good deeds forge tln wrongs forgiving trespassesIagainst us scattering kindness and growing flowers of love and beauty all about our door wayTaking for our motto daily tho beautiful text of the should I murmur or complain Oer lack of sun or need of rain I shall not want for anything For I am a Daughter of the King NELLY STEADMAN COX October 1U05 1 FAITH NOT NECESSARY You may be just as skeptical and jessimisko as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether oat or not You can your odoljDyspepsiadigest it the same as it your stomach It cant help but cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousands some had faith and some didnt Kodol will cure you if medicine can oure you Whether you have WIGaleLIEVEDISuffering virulent poisons of undigested food O G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with he result he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel tonlOjlaxative Iin Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been y 11Puse for over 30 years has borne the signature of infancy ideceive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are buttExperiments that with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t What is CASTORIArCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought l t In Use For Over 30 Years 4Js CrrYS f il Dr Cattys Condition Powders are what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier cwl vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price cents per piicjcugo For sale by J W Gayle LeComnte Ga- yleQueen Crescent Route snoilest Route Quickest SoMule GEORGE BETWEEN TQ W N BIRMINGHAM CINCINNATI ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS TEXAS AND POINTS Write for Rates and Printed IG E GLHRKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington 11This SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tile route Henderson Reclining Chair Cars all Betwee- nLouisville Louisf Kentucky Points I COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS IIf RATES SOUTHWEST TO THE WEST AS you contemplate n or change of location in the Habit ture Get the Henderson It is tho comfortable line and comfortable train in traveling always a good habit to acquire At least give us the of naming you rates We have equipment the train service free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT JoH GALLAGHER L J Tray Pass Agt Gen Pass A HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its Allow no one to you this t trifle and It Wind and just AND Free trip near signature in on ovary box of tho genuine BromoQuinine Tablets remedy that ontw n cold in one day ay ff R P Buckmaster ir steopathic Physician i tH at Mrs Wm 0Donnoll8r 485 Main Street tbe in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY Tenn Tel 875 48tf New Past TrainTO Ji L IUTAHdaily new p sleeping car service for SanFran i lExcursion tickets now on sale t further information call on or address 1RT G MATTHEWS Pass Act Louisville H O TOWNSEND MoJPass Ticket Agt t5t Louis ttf c A 0 TIME TAlUiE No21 xo SOUTH jh-Jp Ip H trLexington 820 530 a6 as 100SbelbyYule 7OQ q Louisville 1100 8 e 1 No22 No Hi NORTHd MPdd t tLouisville 880 600 If JJIranklortLexington 1115 tilt I tI 45 Jv FJ Hillenmeyer 8iXf i N BLUE GRASS NURSERIES l vfc t Lexington KySOffer for the Fall of 1905 a full Zof Fruit and Ornamental t Vines l Fruits AsparagusIWe employ no to the planter Catalogue on application + Ij Y Sept28 fern dI j j