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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j mamffKmfsiy rtJrAo i THE F RAN4I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWTS TEIJMS 100 In Advance Fr VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV4 1905 NOr 9 Ii The Very Best Madet R t v 1 co f rGJtlj t it f 1 to KY K IN ARIZONA Wo nako the following extract from tho Louisville Times of Mon idny October 80 A Kontuokinn in th business affairs of Phoenix is Ver t non L Clark who claims Winches in Frankfort whore no was connected for a numher of years wit tho firm of Mason Hogo Co contractors Mr Clark oatne P13a nix nine years ago His wll has died since and he is at presen making his homo with his sister HQ says his principal business i ostrich farming but he is taking nn important part in ninny othe enterprises The first Annual Ter ritorial Fair is to he held in Phronix in December and Mr Clark is su of that It is tfoing to bo something out of the ordinary too and that fact will be largely duoto Mr Clarks individual efforts His ostrich farm three miles north of town is a mighty interesting place to vjslt Mr Clark is iti the brick Lousiness Jn Phoenix and is also one of a syn dicate that owns the fmstoflloe and the Home Savings Bank bulldiug There is hardly a Kentuckian in Phconlx or that Mr Is not ac quainted with He makes hili business to know them nil and he can tell you just what every ono of them is doing He will put hiredout to help any of thorn that are in trouble If you tell Mr Clark von are a Kentuckian ami like this or that ho will drop every thing no matter how busy he is and devote himself to helping you get what you want Mr Clark one of the boat known nod popula- of the Kentucky colony here and also one of the most successful The rector of the Episcopal Church here the Rev E A Pen ick is a former Knntuckian He was for fourteen years rector of Ascension Church in Frankfort and is a brother of Bishop Poniok The Rev Poniok is among the bestknown mull and bestliked preachers of Phtonix He is always to extend the glad hand to- I11ybody hailing from his native left many friends there who will be glad to know that he is prospering in this new Held Mr Berry man was born in Versailles but lived in Louisville five years In connection with Logan Whitney he put down the first hexagon block sidewalks over laid in the Falls City Ho is a brother of Clifford t il f STRONG Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un the boy like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est allwool materials sowed with silk thread seams tipcd buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional Line at 500 r1R K SON ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT conspicuous Howovora perintendent murk personally would quittodLouisville artoonI1st Boys Clothes talkbut McCLURE 212214 KENTUCKIANS equaletl made a visit back to Louisville He is at present assistant cashier BttJktbanking institution of the town but one of the best and safest It Deoemoeraabout whom Mr Berryman in quired wqs Henry Offutt business manager of The Times Mr Ferry man has a brother H W Berry wabs f business here isIempoyedthe courthouse Mr South is a ro finesr isrtbe mining business noun Ilioaulx NATURE NEEDS BUT LITTLE Nature tweeds only a Little Early thobowelsthe systtun free from bile hoed aches constipation eta Tho famous o pills Early Risers potfeaIn thuUerOajlo LADIES EXCHANGE Trite ladles of tho Pastors Aid Society of the Methodist Clairol will have their exchange as usual today But the place where ijb is to uo hold is in tho Trust Com thre delicious pies cakes candy eta for sale Buy your Sunday doll uncles from them- Remember the change of place No matter how long you have ha the ooughIif it hasnt already de consumption Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup will cure it II EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY Mr Albert H McClure and wifo celebrated the eighth anniversary of their marriage at their homo on Main street on Friday night They have boon blessed with two little girls A few members of the immediate family enjoyed the do lightful lunch spread for thorn Their host of friends wish them many happy returns of the day 1 If I IJohC Co COPYRIGHT t05- SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS FOR FARMERS How touch do you suppose it costs you a year to repair your wagons and your harness on recount of bad roads How much does It roost you a year Son shoos and clothing that are ruined by your children wading through the mud to school much does it cost you a HowI medicine to cure your colds contraotod in wading through the mud to school and church How fin u oh of damage a year to yon te the mud that prevents your children from attending school or damage to them rattier in the loss of an education How mush dam age toyou are our bad Toads in pro venting your reaching market with your produce You are perfectly willing to plenty of money in the buying of reapers and mowers Dud other farm machinery You are willing to purchase fine oar tenopriceryears for good roads at tho end of that time tho roads would bo good and you could vote to rescind the law if you wanted to and you would have good roads and no tax for thirty or forty years tho bal ance of your life III nUT FEW ARE FREE But few people are entirely free Ifrom indigestion at this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only the best remedy to use because it digests what you entIbut because it also enables the di gestivo apparatus to assimilate andCtransform all foods into relievesdand all forms of indigestion Sold by J W Gayle- DAUGHTERS iG OF THE CONFEDERACY Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meet P this Saturday afternoon at tho residence of Mrs E L Samuel at 8 oclock A full attendance ro questedMRS J A GRANT Prestc lira tee spend Early RiseIThe ramous UttN pill NOVEMBER ASSIGNMENTS The following are tho assignments of Internal revenue officers for the month of November as made by Collector Roberts Stoll Co Lexington W F Croghan day duty Z1 Phelps additional and bottling J A Eas tin gauger NoI2T J L R Dings additional F D Clark ganger 8 H E Poguo Distillery C- oMaysvilloOscar Grigsby day duty Frank Hurting additional and bottling L i1 Gatlin ganger 4 W A Galnos Co Frankfort WeM Saifell day J E Hanra1 ban additional Henry Nowson additional B S Drake additional D B Waloutt additional CIKneli bottling H T Gaines ganger 5 J E Pepper Co Lexington J T Gunn day A V Combs additional and bottling J M Ste venson additional D C Berry man gnugerI6 Poyntz Bros Co Maysville J S Wallingford storekeeper ganger MidwnjHSadditional P S Bule additional P P Parrish bottling W T Crosthwalt Atm er 10 Peacock Distilling Co Kiser tonW W Cherry day D C Berryinan gauger 11 S C Herbst FrankfortA- W Nazor storekeepergauger 14 G G White Co PortsJ M Walker day E F Darnaby addi tional N A Moore bottling D C Berryamu gauger 17 Old MoBrayer Distillery Co Mt Sterling Speed F Owen day J J Kearns additional and bottling J A Eastin gauger 24 J H Rogers Co Maysville PoD Wells storekeepergauger 82 E M Babbitt VersaillesE Craig day C H Talbot additional and bottling S D Pinker ton gauger 83 George Baker Frankfort Amos Griffith day J M Fraloy additional C N Wiard gauger 37 John Coohran Co Frank fortBuckner McElroy day I T West additional and bottling D E Reid additional John Ste phanski gaupor 46 J E Pepper Co Yarnall tour H day L Luby additional and bottling A G Leonard ganger- W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitohouse storekeeperger 52 Labrot Graham Frankfort Powollladditionnl 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons FrnnkfortS P Willis day B F Fannin additional George McCon hell additional J M Tanner twttllng Si A Powell meal room H T Gaines gauger Paris Distilling Co ParlsJ M Russell day C H Wiokliffe ad ditional W C Cook additional C L Hough bottling D C Ber r gaugorJU Sntloll Frankfort J H Murray day J G Brawner additional and bottling F D Clark eauger StnmpingGrollgaiiRor 105 W A Gaines Co Frank fortGeorge P McCann day H C Everett additional L F T Steele additional G T Montjoy additional W L Baker addi tional J O Kush bottling John St gnugorIIa Frankfurt L L Lemaster day C H Morgan additional G T Scearce bottling C N Wiard gauger 843 D O Williams BlainoCL Osborn storekeepergauger 347 Conn Limestone J M Patrick storekeeperganger 34H Sparks Gimlet J P Blair storekeeperganger 849 tun Johnson Lime stone J C Holbrook storekeeper ganger DistillingCostorekeeperganger CoLexingtonHSparks storekeopergal1 ers LoxingtonU HousesStollThe W J Smith Co R S Strnder gaugerFrankfort J Williams F D Clark Ranger o11 Mothers everywhere praise One suitorLugstheir little outs it has saved A cure for Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough Makes breathing easy outs out phlegm and draws out tho inflammation Sold by W Gayle JII Up Its To Your Interest TotConsider r Delay Will Cause You Regret DO YOU NEED A New CloakfA New Suit A New Skirt A Childs Cloak A Fur Then BUY it NOW if you want to SAVE MONEY a Many opportunities are lost to those who wait un til stocks are broken We are now better pre pared than we will be at any time this season to supply your wants Our stock of Ready mad Garments is com plete and replete with special offerings to eco nomical buyer- sTailormade Suits We are constantly re ceiving compliments on our Suits Thev give per fect sntisffictiOli Special Values 15 to 50 FURS Never before have we shown such an immense stockand variety of Furs If you want to buy a jtstletSpecial Values 5 6 7 50 10 C r KAGI BRO AT BRIDGE OA ei T o EX ZABol1l SIgutve ofII J Hare Bough is Furst Williamstown Mr John P Hnntey loft Saturday night for Paducah Mr John R Sower went to Padu cah Saturday night Col Geo B Harper has returned from Pittsburgh Penn Miss Nan Hammond has re turned from Smithfield Mr Jos LeCompte of Lexing ton spent Sunday here Mr C W Metcalfe of Pinevillo was in the city Monday Dr John P Stewart has returned from Southern Kentucky Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Thursday i Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spent Sunday here n Mr Sam D Johnson was at Mar tinsville Ind this week Mr Price M Taylor of St Louis Mo is the guest of his mother Col Roger D Williams of Lex ington was in the city Tuesday Mr Geo T Blackley of Pewee Valley was in the city Tuesday Judge Finloy E Fogg of West Liberty was in tue city Monday Miss Mollie Berryman has re turned from a visit to Versailles Miss Alice Farmer visited rela tives at Lawrenceburg this week Mr Arthur Branch and wife have returned from a trip to Shelbyville- Mr Julian Chinn of State Col lege came home Wednesday even ing Mr Ernest Helm of the Lexing ton Herald was in the city Monday Mrs A Pilkington visited friends at her old home in Lexington this weekMrs Nellie Stedman Cox re turned Monday from Bowling f Robert Boyd Robertson and children have gone to Louisville to resideMrs Ann Williams of Millvillo leas gone to Florida to spend the Addie Wright of Hatton is the guest of her sister Mrs J M Holmes has accepted a position with the Capital Construc tion Co- Miss Ida Hull of Paynes Depot was the guest of Mrs Jos Rupert this week Mrs Salchll loft Tuesday for her old home in Switzerland to spend the winter Mrs Egbert C Stephens left Saturday for Aberdeen Ohio to visit her mother Mr George L Barnes of the rev enue service came homo to register Crockett of Danville is the guest of Mrs G W Chinn Main street Mr Sam Whitohead has returned from a visit to Rev J R Savage at Bristow of GeorgH town was in the city on legal business Wednesday Miss Anna Lyons of Louisville who has been visiting friends here has returned home Mr A Dudley Blanton of Cin cinnati spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Miss Nelchino Bashford of Al ton was the guest of Miss Julia W Johnson this week Judge F T Fox of Louisville New Cloaks Furs We have just received Ia New of Cloaks and Furs Better Values than ever Best Stock of Ladies Misses and Cloaks in Frankfort at Popular Prices M CHARLES J JJEITZEL- PER3QNALMr winterMiss PerkinsMr MondayMrs Our and Assortment Childrens Iwas in attendance upon the Court Tuesday Judge A Rollins Burnam of Richmond attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Rev Lewis W Burton Bishop of Lexington was the guest of Rev A B Chinn Monday Mrs S B Holmes who has been living in Eminence has returned to this city to reside Mr John Simrall and wife of Lexington were guests of Mrs Sam D Johnson this week Miss Josephine Kavanaugh has gone to Cincinnati to attend the Conservatory of Music Miss Jane Todd Holmes visited her mother Mrs Kittie Holmes in Eminence on Sunday Judge John F Hager of Ashland JudgeSMr Norman Miles of Lexington visited his parents Mr Jas N Miles and wife this week Mr Ernest Noe wife and child of Carrollton were guests of Mr Albert Umothun this week Cadet Isaac Locke of State Col lege visited his parents Mr T R Locke and wife on Sunday WashingtonSwiijert Taylor at Thistleton Mrs J C Baker and Miss Foe Duiguid of Ghent were guests of Mrs Lee A Owens this week Miss Ella Foote of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Flora Ray has returned home Mrs E 0 Adams of Boston Mass is the guest of her brother Mr F S Half Conway street Miss Jane Holmes has accepted a position with the K D W H Co and has come here to reside Mr Moses R Glenn Secretary of the Railroad Commission went to his home at Central City Sunday Mrs Sallie W Blakemore of Georgetown was the guest of Mrs W S Farmer the first of the week Mr Buckner MoElroy and bride noe Miss Nellie Fellmer returned weddingtripMrs W O Ashurst and Miss Martha Bates of Georgetown were guests of Mrs Hugh Merchant this weekMiss Mary Leavy of Midway CuptSlmweek Miss Corinne Henry entertained at her home in Thorn Hill on Tuesday night with a Halloween partyMisses Luella and Harriett Haff of Peru N Y are visiting their brother Mr Frank S Hall Conway street Mrs Geo D Knowles of Platts hug N Y is the guest of her brother Mr Frank S Haif Conway street Miss Aileon Crosthwait who is attending Cardome was at home the first of the week with Dr J A Posey and wife Miss Nora Marshall of State Col lege Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr Ben Marshall and wife Mr John B Montgomery of Madisonville who has boon the guest of His daughter Mrs N B Hays has returned home Mrs C D Ray of Pueblo Col who has been the guest ofher father Rev J O A Vaught has returned homo accompanied by her sister Miss Mattie Vaught Miss Lucile Savage and Miss Nora Brooks of Winchester visited Misses Agnes and Lyda Hubbard on Holmes street this week Mrs Morton K Yonts and chil dren of Louisville visited her Silk Mercerized WAISTS I WinchesterJudge parents Judge T H Paynter and wife Shelby street this week Moreheadsit as special circuit judge the regular judge not being able to sit Mr Cecil Farmer of Central Uni versity Danville who has been visiting his parents Mr W S Farmer and wife has returned to collegeMr B Fogg and wife of Oklahoma Territory wore guests of Judge E C ORear this week Mr Fogg was formerly a student of law with the Judge Mr J B Eastin wife and two boys who have been guests of her parents Capt C W Merchant and wife returned to their home in Lexington Sunday night Col Jas A MoA ulifIo who has been at Battle Creek Mich for several months In search of health glndtoMr J Bacon Blanton entertained In honor of Miss Archer of Greenville Miss at the Country Club nightThereassembly Master presentIbrated his eleventh birthday on entertaininghisrations were tasty and appropriate and the lunch delicious Rev John H Burdin and family who have been living ac Mt Eden yearshnveForks of Elkhorn this county We rejoice to welcome these good peo ple back to our county ChicagoIllshis children to the home of their spendingthe grandparents at Greenville Miss mother Mrs S C Bull Sr In this city THANKSGIVING DAY The President the United States has designated Thursday Novem ber 80th as a dayof Thanksgiving and prayer It should be generally observed by the whole people- BAPTIZE SUNDAY The converts from the recent pro tracted meeting at Bethel Church wero baptized at the First Baptist Church in this city on Sunday afternoon by Rev John H Bur din the pastor SEND ON YOUR SOD We announced a week or so ago that the Kings Daughters Hospital lot needed sodding since it was graded down We desire Ho again call the attention of our farmer friends to this fact and to urge upon them the bringing in of a load of sod at once so that it may got a good start before winter sets in raROBBED IN LOUISVILLE Mr B B Jotters and wife who have been visiting friends in Chi cago Ills stopped over in Louis ville Tuesday night at the homo of his sister Mrs Alino Stout Some time during the night burg lars entered the house and tbok a considerable amount of money from Mr Joffors and Mr Stout and also a diamond ring two watches and other jewelry from them and tho family Must have slept pretrJT sound old roan o 4 6 MOINEYBAK TRADI BLACK SILK A fabric so pure strong and beautiful that it can be made into garments for all occasions Absolutely pure it will not cut or fade and no conditions of atmos phere or weather will affect it The genuine has the name woven in white in the PATENTED DETACHABLE SELVAGE DressingSaques Saturdays Sale Underwear The stock Ladies Childrens and Gents l Underwear and Hosiery We ever at the lowest possible prices fr JACKETS AND COATS Childrens Coats 195 to 500 Ladies Jackets 375 to 900 Ladies Long Coats 775 to 1500 V Rain Coats 8 1175 1250 t Lace and Draperies a specialty i F T HEENEY CELEBRATED O1aiTYoafl1 Rna Palmist Of New FameI- s visiting in this city by special request to prove her powe s She will give special readings 50 CENTS FOR NEXT SEVEN DAYS Without asking a single question She tells you who you are whenoe and for what you came GIVE FULL NAME Mme Watson Is a woman wonderfully gifted the most refiner need not hesitate to call her powerful is inherited through generations she has gained a victory over all others in truthful prediction If you would know the future and bo successful in business speculation love and all things do not fall to see her no matter what your past experience with Clairvoyants has been If after reading you aro not satisfied it will cost you absolutely nothing She tells you what you aro best adapted for and how to win the man or woman you love how to control those you wish oven miles away Tells how to remove domestic troubles cure drinking habit restores health reunites the separated in seven days locates lost or stolen property recovers old estates Nothing is difficult to her Hours 8 a m to 9 p m daily and Sunday Everything confiden tial You moot no other callers Conveniently located at 445 Main St TAKE NOTICE Mmo Watsons reduced foe of 50c will continue for a short time only Call at once and be con vinced of her powerNov e 04S TC EJIABears Signature orI d Bout 50 Cent largest bought Curtains York modiumship SOUTHERN RAILWAYiSt LOUISLOUie TIME TABLE 1 Corrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division fri No1 No 6 No 8 am pm pm Lv Louisville 746 400 780 j Ar Bhelbyville 910 528 861 t3Itu Lexington 1045 710 1020 J Burgin 1056 725Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No6 t am pm am r 710Ar005 445 780 Versailles 625 612 765 643 540 830 Ss Shelbyville 720 620 910 Louisville 840 760 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington rAlso on trains Nos 6 and 6 Through Obser vation chair cnr between BurginTrain Louisville 746 a m for the South and arriving 750 from tho South through fcars from and to Asheville N 0 via Knoxville and Morristown Tenn r Train leaving Louisville 780 p m and arrlv 3S tbetwcenington and Chattanooga fBetweenSt Louis DivisionS I No4 No2 mArmSPrinceton l00pm 145 am j St Louis 080 pm 782 a m No8 No1 Lv St Louis Ar Huntingburg Princeton 1808amII000pm j No10 No22 Lv 000 p 850 e mIAr Huntingburg 850 p ml 1145 a Evansyile 1025 1aipm 70 No12 LV Evansville 780 a m115 p Ar Huntingburg 008 a m 250 p mJAr 11 Ilj69n ml 54b pm Trains Nos 2 8 and run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis ville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and Through first class Coaches between Evansville Louis ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louts carry Cafo Parlor Cars trains botweon Louisville andSt LomIPullman Drawing Room Sleeping with buffet service For tickets and further information apply to any agent Southern Railway H R Spencer S H Hard wick GB Allen G PA- f r BLACK OAT v HOSE WEAR BESf rh va srxevtmtnrw s BIRTHSI HEWITT In this city on Wed nesday to Mr Frank Hewitt and wifea laughter INTERNAL REVENUE COL LECTIONS yon OCTOBER Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected internal revenue taxes for the month of October as fol lows 8298 barrels 125713110 tax gallons amount of tux 18881741 BLOOD POISON Coroner L S Graham contracted blood poison from handling the corpse of James Blackerby Ho had a small raw place on his hand and did not notice that it had become affected until too late to prevent it- TUESDAY NIGHTS BLAZE At about 12 oclock on Tuesday night fire was discovered in a room on the second floor of the saloon of Messrs Coleman McKeovor on St Clair street The department reported promptly and the flames were soon extinguished The loss will amount to several hundred dollars principally from water but I covered by insurance LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending November 4 1905 Abbott Adolphus Beatty Lillian- BlankenRhIp John Brown Miss Bertha Brown Amos Carter Geo F Corbin Mrs Maggie Coxton Louis- Crackland Miss Poline Duncan W D Duvall Ella- Garani A Hornd Hason Howard Miss Lula Greenwood Mrs Sallie Landman D H Lawrence J P Lee John Lynn J C Myers Harry t NoiiloH John TInsloy Chap GeorgeYoung Nottie Williams Joe L Williamson Miss Ida 2 d Persons calling for the above lot advertisedfe P OASrrOBIA j IBear tho Great November SaleI I In u un A ihB TAILORED SUITS Aro n great saving of time nnd nnnoy ance if quality is right Every one wo show possesses every requisite condition Some New HighClass Styles just received 1500 Special Lot gray black or blue AllWool Suits worth 2000 CLOAKS EVERY NEW EFFECT Stylus and Qualities that are dependable 000 Lug Black or Mixed Cloaks 1000 Special Lot Cloak Black Tan or Mixtures WOOLTEX CLOAKS ARE FASH ION FAULTLESS OF BASE IORANGE Our young friend Mr S C Bull Jr who has boon cashier of a bank at Greenville Miss for a number of years has accepted a more prom inent and profitable position in ChioagoIHs Mr Bull is a very competent and reliable gentleman and we rejoice to know that he is appreciated and has better prospects ahead ON THE WEST VIRGINIA Charley J Scheitinger our own Schultz is now a common sea man on board the West Virginia the cruiser which brought the President from New Orleans to Old Point Comfort and has been at sea for several weeks without suffering the least from seasickness Heres hoping ho may prove a first class sailor and an honor to his old home Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat- ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R toNew Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S SuLouisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis anti Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on tuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe conciHely set bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every lotm Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as Vin Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago CincinnatiViaWednesday from Chicago Dress Goods Grand Showing of Values thnt are IA Just at this time you need them S9o Fancy Mohair too AllWool Sergeo Cheviots Mixed Suitings 79o Lot Mixed Suitings in Fine Effects worth 100 to 150 T Silks SILKS ARE IN GREAT IWAIST DEMAMD Now Plaid Silks 75c SGin Changnblo Tnffatn 100 3Gin Black Taffeta extra quality nt 100 nod 150 NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for tourist to visit Winter theI rates now in effect Doublo service nnd fast steamheated halo trains with through sleeping cars bullotlibrarysinoking car service and all meals en route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without Steam heat electric light hot and cold running water and telephone in every room Reached via Memphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change en same train en route at Memphis into through car to Gulfport Send for GUlfIporland Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Snrj vice via Memphis Send for describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can CenItrnlof tho undersigned representatives of the U Central F W HARLOW D P A Louisville- A J McDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChloagoJNOMemphis s a- DR BRADYS NEW NOVEL THE PATRIOTS Cyrus Tonnsend Bradys 4Tho Patriots is announced for a soiial TheIDecember issue out November 1st It will run until Aprilrro quote tho Doctors letter on the subject longjsome years- proionsIH beyond a doubt tho most dramatic and thrilling story of tho kind that has como from his pen since he has been in literature In time first Installment of The Patriots Dr Brady has wiitton a GettysbtirgVictor Hugus pen picture of Waterloo It is of the sort that will thrill both North and South alike The love story running through this serial is everything that a love story of that period should be a luc story that literally vibrates with tolling situations and stirring moments Dr Brady will be remembered as the author ofHlho Southerners A Little Traitor of the South Tho Daughters of tho Confedor acy etc etc Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BneeMof nl treatment for blood and akin dbeuee TAYLORI P KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR- f fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky Irt Furs Are of various kinds We Have only the Best kinds At whatever price we charge you they are worth the money Scarfs BoasPelerines 52500I SkirtsI We receive New Styles almost daily ONLY CORRECT STYLES SHOWN 500 AllWool Serge Panama or Cloth worth GOO 800 to 1200 Fine Skirts ex clusive effects A Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr to handle her famous Uncles Great and Iung Cure family safeguard is a reliable that will cure croup onectious that will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases JSuch a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles QThe fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Bosehee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle THK HOMP ANTON AS A GIFT Can you think of a gift more cer thin to be ncceptanle than a to The Youths Com panion Ts then any one young or old who having onoo hail tho paper in his hands and looked which far from losing its freshness sary to ones enjoyment week by The bo likes it for it reflects in its boyish taste and very flue boyish aspiration he father likes it not only for its flu1 tion but for its fund of information of the practical sort The girl likes it for tho stories anecdotes sketches and editorial articles stories of domestic lift and fafdily ailcction told its childrens e smith for its On receipt of 175 the yearly price the send to the vow endar for in twelve colors and gold Full illustrated announcement of tho new volume for won will ho sent with sample copies of the paper to any address fret THE YOUTHS 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass GRASS Lexington Ky Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stockof Fruit and etc Wo employ no agents but sell direct to the planter on Sept 28 3mlt v t flY Are Unequaled Is an interesting topic these days Ours is the Best Place to buy it 25c Vest Punts or Corset Covers tIc Merode Vests and Pants fiOo Grey Oneetn Union Suits 100 Merode Union Suitsthey- art Best Remember the pixie Blankets represent tho Best at the pricelBO to 700 C RUGS New Room Size RU New Hearth Size W S FARMER l FAMILY SAFEGUARD Ischce runningI CHRISTMAS years- subsoriptlou possessit pastiwokIpagesevery litlClinllrfur medionllltiolI subscription publishers ompanlnnforlithographed COMPANION H1F HilleomeyerSonsB- LUE NURSERIES Ornamental AsparagusSmull Catalogue application ARl- PETTICOATS Underwear Blankets Comforts CARPETS IIRugsI = == A 0 TInE TAHLK Soll INo SOUTHI PM Lexington 8 JHrankfort OOJ 613- cimlbyvillts 1U01 00 lt Lunlsvillo 1100 8OC O221No NOUTll 5It PM S 1A Louisville 830 00 Sheloyvlle 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1116 840 Illinois Centra- li th S River LouisvilleE No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 9 m Arrives a m New Orleans Special No Leaves m p m Arrives 585 p m No Local Mail No Lea yes a m Arrives 455 m Paducah and intermediate ElizabothrwnSunday service to Elizabetlttown Hodgen ville Stops at all station No Accommodation No ILeaves 480 m A r ives 055 a m For Central City Connecting service to HodKcnville and Elizabethtown except on Sundays at all stationsStol Trains Run Daily IEXPERIENCI IDESIGNSAnyonoeendingaeketchanddeecrmptloamaygalckly HiiNOObOsonPatentsaentfree receiveqScientific Jlmerican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inreesi dr ayearYorkI DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats- I Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamtri of Leaving foot of Madison Street at o tt after arrival of morning trains- Returmng arrive Week Dayi83 p Sundays p to unlimited round trip frst Excursion SiSundays75ca delightful two days trip only 5aoo meals and berth extra Sptclat Rater 1o Soctttftj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo theSooDuluthetc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 F Hgr NOJF9 jr DtltOIT 9 W Tile FrankJortRountlanout u Entered at the postolHcc at Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass mnihiblc matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 4 1905 UNUSUAL EVENT Twentyfive Years of Faithful Ser vice Gratefully Recognized On Wednesday evening last Dr TJ V Williams rounded out twon tyfive years of faithful and effi cient work as Superintendent of the First Baptist ChurofJ Sunday school On November 1880 Dr Williams was first elected to that position and from that day to this he has been vigilant faithful earnest and successful in the great work laid upon him In recognition of that fact after his reelection for the 26th time on Wednesday evening a reception was held in the chapel of the church There was a large and representative gathering of the teachers and scholars of the Sun dayschool members of the church and other friends of the beloved physicianAfter adjournment of the an nual business meeting of the church at which the officers wore chosen for the ensuing year the audience were invited into the chapel where Dr Williams received the congrat ulations and best wishes of all present In the receiving line with him were Mrs Maria L Campbell Mrs C J Berry Mrs W J Hughes and Mrs Ada Garrett After all present had saluted the doctor the audience was called to order and in a few words Rev Dr M B Adams for eight years pas tor of the church testified to the faithful and loving work done by reprotsented him with a handsome loving cup of chased silver lined with gold bearing this inscription Presented to Supt U V Williams II By the Sundayschool ot Churchfc1880 1905 Dr Williams was taken com pletely unawares as he only knew that ho was to be given a reception but did not know that he was to receive this token of regard His emotion overcame him to such an extent that he could only express his heartfelt thanks for the gift and his sense of unworthiness of the expressions of regard He however paid a tribute to the faith ful work of all connected with the school which he had seen grow from a small band to a strong or ganization In concluding he plead for the future the more earnest support of the parents and guar dians df the children and other friends of the school assuring them that the work was enlarging and widening all the while After the addresses the ladies of the church and Sundayschool served a delightful lunch of ohoca FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies andchildren In other yy conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot dayInEmulsion must be taken 1 as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions J I Send for tree sample tt Bowne 409415 Pearl St CAas1stttNew Yo- rkaI 4o All druggists DeadlyGrasp trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per deadlyLaGrlPpea diiect attack upon the nerves putting an extra strain them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If LaGrippe has left with a shattered nervous system with insClmniafrequentyou strengthen nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Vho have suffered from that dreaded diseaseLaGrippe I suffered several weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed to benefit me in any way shape or form I myrlaughterto me and I can truthfully say from I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built up shattered nerves find gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to sa each and everyone who has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief liv getting a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take HopingthisMRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Inte coffee and sandwiches which was heartily enjoyed The reception lasted until 10 oclock and the occasion was made more enjoyable oy delightful music furnished by the Frankfort Or ohestraIt but seldom if ever that one man holds the position of Superin tendent of a Sundayschool for twentyflvo years as in this case What marvelous events have hap pened in both the outside world and the church since this service first commenced Dr Williams has seen the First Church from SunIdnysohool much the larger number of additions to the Church have been from the Sundayschool and he has been a prevailing factor in it all His record is one of which any man may be proud A CREEPING DEATH Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J EI Stearns Bello Flaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully in uplikepoisonhealedlife Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at all druggists ateCOAL IN THIS COUNTYI It may not be canInelnear Alton The veint which is a thin one was worked to some little extent in one or two places a few soIable to develop a mine out there which would prove profitable RESUMED FOR SEASON 10056 The Old Taylor Distillery No SIof Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons made the first mash of the season on Wednesday November 4st This house makes only first class goods and will operate from now on until the season ends next springThe distillery of John T Barbee Co No 82 in Woodford county also made the first mash of the sea son on Wednesday OPENED UP FAIR November is usually characterized as dark and gloomy November but the month opened on Wednesday clear bright and crisp Hope it will continue- IMPORTANT NOTICE The butchers fthis city by agreement will hereafter elose their meat markets on Sunday morning Housekeepers should govern themselves accordingly f t 11l t I ANOTHER HORRIBLE DEATH Another accident which shocked our community occurred on Saturday morning curly A man whoso identity was unknown for several hours was run over by a freight train on the h N railroad near the Spring Hill Distillery about daylight The body was literally ground up The head was cut oil and mashed as nut as a board The body was cut into fragments and the clothing Into shrds The remnants of the man wore gathered up taken in charge by Coroner Graham and carried to his undertaking establishmentI Hundreds of people viewed the remains in hopes of identifying the man Late in the day it was con ceded that they wore the remains of a man by the name of James Blaokorby a tenant on the faun of Mr Gilbert H Maetin who lived some two or three miles from tho city Ho leaves a wife and one childThe remains of a whisky bottle in his pocket told the tale and added another victim to the drink curse The remains were buried Sunday afternoon SUCCEEDING FRANKFORT BOY We are glad to note that Mr Clar ence T Jones who is following the avocation of an architect at Col umbia S C is snaking good The firm of which he is chief draughtsman Messrs Edwards Walter have had their plans accepted for the new Florida Uni versityThere is quite a lengthy descrip tion of these plans in a recent issue of the Florida TimesUnion The whole is a very complimentary showing for the firm and of course for our young friend TERRIFIC RACE WITH DEATH u Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep slid of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful wits their effect that in three days I Jelt like n new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at all drug gists price SOc 5e SATURDAY NIGHTS FIRE An alarm from box 16 at 720 on Saturday night called the department to the house of a colored man named James Taylor on Logan street more familiarly known as Paw Paw Chute The whole gable end of the house was destroyed Involving a loss of some 200 The family were over in the city when- the trouble happened The building belonged to Mrs Carrie Nail widow of the late James Nail ELECTED REGISTRAR At the recent meeting of the United Daughters of the Confed Eraoy at Bowling Green Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox of this sits was elected Registrar It was an honor worthily bestowed CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionis llatientIand a regular use of German Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough RestIlesstakingGerman and dread of the consumptive can larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c A tall druggists 1 yr WANTED By Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for territorySalaryweekly expense money advanced permanentNo particularsenvelope THOMAS J COOPER CO 410fc 182 Lake St Chicago Ill l pleasant to talcer 1 Laxative i w Syrup J 1 i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONr Ask Your Doctorrl it And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are ithe best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsv are irritating to the intestinsrLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringy about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcttYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thrfin- any other you havetnedtALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLE JJ t Tobacco Bellows Blowers r Hoes Forks Spades iI Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil 4 TarpaulinsiMonkey Wrenchesd Pipe Sittings and Wrenches ii 1 r FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMad tf Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placet JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Phones Office Now Old 66 Residence New Old Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours 9amtol2m 2pmto5pm7 pm to Office No SSMi Main Street over Barretts ResidenceNo 685 Toau Street Frankfort Ky SSm FOR SALET- IOROUGHBRI D POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 eaoh Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Plymoth Rook Cockerels 800 and ap Address EUGENE E HOG 72m Frankfort y V IfShortestLexington and Louisville A TO St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 000 a m Arrive St Louis 612 m AlrOafeObservationa changeLeaveisville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 782 a m Carrying Free ReoJiningObalrt and Pullman eIer without change 1 Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at IIII East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville KyI234 Fourth Ave 1 j fi vAI if j f i LANDr1jtt i n THE FORBIDDEN LAND 4ei The now comic opornliTho Fur bidden Land II will be the nttrac tibn at the Capital Theatre on Wed nesday November 8 Unfor tunately it is the customs among promoters of the most mediocre en tertainments of this class to crow the loudest and persistently con sequontly the continual disappoint ment to which the theatrecoing ri public is subjected has instilled n ieoling of incredulity Too frequently is interest excited by extravagant advance notices No longer do discriminating theatre goers discount their entertain LnndIi Grand DuohessliThe Black Huz zar and works of that calibre At t no time does it descend to vulgar horseplay in no instance is a it cheap inane locale patter song permitted True there is humor IIt and fun and jokes plenty of thorn but it is of that quality that think lug people will not become nause ffat d with no scurrilous linns or double ontendrcs liThe Forbidden Land is a comic 1opera pure and simple both comic and operatic The book is by Guy tt F Steely and that gentleman is t willing to risk his reputation as a sensible comprehensive writer upon his achievement in this work 7LThe musical score is a triumph drniftjJlaoee that gentleman on an equal plane with Victor Herbert The scenic and costume display is up to iJi the highest standard and the cast Ji is certainly one of the most able and excellent that has been put to gether in any similar form of theat llift rical entertainment It is headed 1 by Edward Garive a comedian of Tare attainments and includes 4among others Miss Alma Youlin a young woman whose vocal f achievements have planed her in the front rank of American vocal 4I rjsts RARE CHANCE AHEAD rj r- i comicrfLand Mr A was in the city on Wednesday und we hnd the pleasure of hearing him ilFjtfli play several of the numbers which will bo rendered by that company It was a rare treat and we desire to return our thanks to him for his li kindly courtesy Ho ia very on thusiastic over the performance given by this company saying that they have 63 of the best musicians in the country and they deserve a big house Everywhere that this company has exhibited the very warmest en coimums are showered upon them It ia often the case that our citi tens miss the enjoyment of the very 4 best shows given by Manager MoI Natnara because they think that 2 they are not up to standard and then afterwards they will exclaim Why didnt you tell tie We now desire to give them fair warning that they will miss the best thi- ngTof the season unless they attend 04The Forbidden Land V Let the house be packed and we 1 guarantee eery one who loves mu jr sic will be pleasad i1EDUCATIONALVIk The Child and the State disciplesMilAnd he called to him a little child I and set him in the midst of them1 Matthew 1812 If it is criminal in thn sight man r to starve and mistreat the bodies of horses and dogs how much more criminal must it be In the sight of God to starve and dwarf the souls of children by per milting them to live in Southern Education IgIJoranceI Every human being to a Judicious fnotlltl s by those to whom the oareI of his infancy is confided Posta lozzi The parent who sends his solute the world uneducated defrauds the community of a useful citier aid bequeaths it a nuisance If the children are untaught their ignorance and vice will in future cost us much dearer in consequences than it would have done in their correction by a good education Thomas Jefferson For every pound you save in education you will spend live in proseoutlons in prisons and in penal settlements Lord Ma cau lay The strength of every corn munity is dependent upon the av erage of the intelligence of that community and this intelligence is dependent upon the education of the entire mass and not of the few Gov Aycock of N C It is now recognized by every State of this Union and by every civilized nation upon the earth that the free education of the people is industrially profitable to the Com monwealth The univer ml verdict of all history is that mans power and capacity as a wealth producer Is multiplied in direct proportion to his education and training Gov J B Frazier of Tenn Ignorance is either a good thing for a community or it is n bad The means with which to banish ignorance can bo voted into a community or they can be voted out A good schoolhouse a good schoolteacher a good library are the deadliest foes that ignorance has they can be voted into any com munity in the South Southern Education EVERY OUNCE YOU EAT Every ounce of food you eat that fails to digest does a pound of hum It turns the entire meal into poison This not only deprives tile blood of the necessary tissuebuild ing it poisons it Ko don Dyspepsia Cure Is n perfect di gegtant It digests the food regard loss of the condition of the stomach It allows that organ to rest and ge strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn Sour Stomach Indi gestion Palpitation of the Heart etc by J W Gayle REESTATESALES OF Mrs Maggie McDonald has sold her farm of 80 acres near Polsgrovo Landing to Messrs A and J Greenwell for 4000 Mr A Green wtJlI has sold lei Flat Creek farm lying near Otters ville containing 104 acres to Mr Charles F Brawner for 2600 Mrs Louise Lusoher sold to Mr E M Wallace a house and lot on Long Lane Price private Mr E M Wallace sold to Mr E S Scott a lot on St Clair street north for 30- 0CLEARED OF ACTION When the body is cleared fo action by Dr Kings Now Life ou can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks thobright 16HB of the eyes the firmness o f the flesh and muscles the buoy ancv of the mind Try them 4 all druggists 25 cents LADIES PRAYER MEETING Beginning Wednesday the women prayer meeting will be held during the month of November a the Southern Presbyterian Church in South Frankfort The meetings will hereafter be held on Wodnes lay afternoons at 880 oclock as it- is only on Sundays and Wednes days that the churches are heatedI during the cold season Energy all gone Headache Stomach out of order Simply u case of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bitters make a now man or woman of you i t IJI JhI VETERAN BAR ASSOCIATION On March 24 1899 at Camp Col umbia Cuba there was organized by II S volunteer officers and soldiers from all States on the eva of departure for home a Society of Members of the Bar to perpetuate the friendly military associations formed during the SpanishAmur ican War etc and to publish an annual roster 1 The qualifications for mom bership require that the applicant must have been in the army 01 navy or in a civil capacity con neuted with the army or navy rlur lug the SpanishAmerican War in good standing and who has been or hereafter becomes an attor ney or counselor at law of any State- or Territory or is a lineal descendant of such and likewise member of the bar 2 Applications for membership can be addressed to either of the following who will send me the addresses Capt J E Bloom Zamboanga P I commander- Late of New York City Bar and Asst Adjt Genl U S V Majors E Clapp Lt Conclr Toledo Iowa Late 49th Iowa Vol Inf Lt R E Watkins Adjutant Franklin Vo Late 4th Va Vol InfGen C P Mattocks Portland Me Late Brig Gen U S V Corp Edmund Burke Qr Mr Belleville Ills Late Co D 4th Ill Vol Inf Lt W S Hart Trustee Wau kon Ia Late 49th Iowa Vol Inf Capt A P W Maomanus Trus tee Corpus Christi Texas Late 1st Texas V ICapt W B Hale Hartsville Tenn Late C S U S V Lt G Gillespie Bloomfield Mo Late 6th Mo V ISergt Clarence H Toolen Chi cago III Late 2d Ill V ILt C H Dookery Raleigh N C Late 1st N C V IMaJ Wm Vertrees Nashville Tenn Late 4th Tenn V I Copt J W Fortune lefferson vllle Ind Late 161st Ind V I O H L Mason Chaplain Green Mountain la Late 49th Iowa V IWm F Rogers New York City Late 2nd U S V Engrs Capt H C Kelfer Springfield Ohio Late 8d U S V Engrs 31 On account of my distance communications should be ad dressed to Major Clapp Lieut Commander or Lieut Watkins Adjutant who are authorized newtannual meeting of old and now members in 1006 preferably at Chi cago 111 about December 28 WOO for the election of officers and trus tees anti to revise and adopt new Constitution and ByLaws They are also authorized to appoint an StateIAssociate Committee of One on or steps as to either may seem best in tine willshe taken on ment to Constitution to extend the membership to Members or Veterans of the National Guard of three years standing us such who are members of the bar and to fix the initiation fee and annual dues proposed If you can not be present send your proxy with ex pression of vote to any of above Ib The following members are also severally appointed as Asso elate Committee for new members in their respective sections Capt W J Hannah Waynesville Cr A G Stewart Waukon Iowa Lieut Boris Neoga Ill Lt W L Hillyer Newport News Va ElizabethtPvt F C Schultz Riverside Ill Pvt J G Hamilton Fairfield Ill Capt C M Gordon California MoPvt J P Allen Laurens Iowa- t Lt G Gillespie Pvt W S Hart WaukonKowa MaJ Gee Wibkiok LaOrange Texas Pvt C Bradford Dallas Texas Pvt J A Foster Manlstique hitch Capt A D Uowles Statesville N C Capt H S Parker Arcola III Humboldt von Howe Chi cage Ills- Sergt Abhor Lunsford Roanoke Va Pvt 0 P White Carmi 111 Sorgt R T B Eddy Chicago Ill f F t t V t Pvt H H Sukor Goloondn Ill VilloSpringsLt H J West 1 J Tvt H D Gnle Oodnr Rapids IowaPvt A E Kelly Bninbridge Ind Lt Gug Groon Athens Texas Pvt A D Jones Now Harmony Ind Pvt J N Hurris Dn ton Ohio Very respectfully 7 E BLOOM Commander Circular No2Z- mnboanga P I Sept 2 1 1905 Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr Thomas Ecleo trio Oil in the house just when it is needed Cures croup heals burns outs wounds of every sortS THE COUNTS The paramount problem in Ken tucky today is the problem of edu cation and the supreme educa tional problem of the rural school the elementary country school If the past may be taken as an in dex to the future we must continue to look to the country as the main source of supply for men who as leaders of thought and action are to be our torchbearers of civiliza tion The conditions most con ducive to the development of stal wart independent manhood are to be found in the country Over fourfifths of our people live in tit country and engage agricultural pursuits When the farmers pros per all the people of whatever calling have good times And s everybody should have a vital in terest in the intelligence and thrift of the country Kentucky can not be a strong and prosperous Com monwealth without a strong an prosperous rural population The school next to the home and the church is the agency to which we rightly look for the moral as well as the intellectual training of most of the future citi zens of the State The public school is already easily the greatest secular unifying force of the nation and it is of doing more for the moral and intellectual training of the masses than all other agencies combined Let us cherish our public schools as the looms and our teachers as the weavers who weave the Wondrous destiny for the nations John Fiske If you are interested in the work which is now being done to uplift the public schools of Kentucky please send your name and address 11 O Winfrey president of the Commission Middlesborough Ky that we may place you on our mail ing list and send you the Bulletins of the commission which will bo issued quarterly Dr R P Buckmaster steop athic Physician Office at Mrs Wm ODonnells 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY- E Tenn Tel 875 48tf KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION I60cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 fie in to 9 p m except 11 ft m 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in 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 in except 11 a m 1 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 ID to 10 p m except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington fox Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 1 45 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper an theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Homo Phone 1274IY ALEXANDER President- tf i EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD L GAIN SCOTT 00 N- BUILDFiBS ANDtGENHBL CONTRACTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of i Buildings Planned Old phone 638 93m New Fast Train TO ColoradorUTAH AND THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 19uThe new trains will leave 000 a m dally The evening trains to same points servicedsco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOKS Big Book House Failed atrrom t These are Sample Prices Late copyrights were 150 Our price 88 ota List includes The Christian Call of the Wild n BrewstersMilllonsGraustarkThe h etc Encyclopedia Britnnnioa 10 vols half leather regular 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens complete works 15 vols regular 1500 our price 295 Xmas Special Worlds Best Poets Shakespeare Longfellow and 48 others Do Luxe edition Full Leather padded pure gold edges regular 160 our price 70 cents each Every book guaranteed to be new perfect and satisfactory or your money buck without question or quibblingPractically any book or set of books you want at a fraction of the retail price while they last Get our free bargain list before order ing Save 50 to 90 per cent on Christ mas books Write for it today THE DAVID CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98tLowest Special- Homeseekers Rates EVER MADE TOI1tOKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND TIIE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA LOUISVILLE llFJBBliONS SIs IOllISRI THEHENDERSON ROUTEI In connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 14thv r December 6th and 19th All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale dOWN A HOME Where land is cheap and returns frdm it certain Per into and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHERTraveling Agent is h 1 t lJii t trl Main Both Now is tliejfcime for building 33 J RN S 1iIYe carry a complete stock I r I V Crimp andICorrugated r t STEEL ROOFINO4f Ruberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges r I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled l I 307309 Phones St of i 4 MARRIEDINNESPEYTONIn on Saturday Mr W T Tunes and Miss Bessie Pe ton were married ofltheh is a hustling young farmer His bride is said to be an attraotlv young lady- OERTHERGOBBERAt the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday Mr James J Oerther and Miss Margaret Gobbor were mar rled by Rev Father Thos S Major 9 Mr Oerther is a prominent business man of Pottsville PennII 1 His bride is the daughter Henry Gobber nail ft and lovable young lady STRANGE OCCURRENCE About a year ago Duane Rogers son of Mr Earl Rogers was play ing ball at his home and had an empty Shell of a 22 cartridge in his mouth He threw back his head and took a long breath at the same r time sucking the shell into his lungSince then the little lad has been in bad health The shell was lo cated in the lung by the X ray ma chine of Dr H S Keller who postponed operating in the hope that nature would afford relief Sure enough op Sunday last the little man was taken with a fit of coughing when the shell was ejected and ho is now rapidly re covering his health I Fine Head Lettuce Telephone No 106 88tf PARALYZED Mr George Wheat night watch roan at the Hermitage Distillery Who has been in poor health for sour weeks was stricken with paralysis on Saturday afternoon 4 His right side is involved and his condition is serious He is at the home of his sister Miss Lizzie Johnson on Todd street NEW FIRM OF CONTRACTORS By reference to the advertisement of Messrs Scott d Goin in another place it will be seen that they have formed a partnership in the con tracting and building business They are firstclass workmen thor oughly reliable and uptodate When preparing to build give them a show o RAISED AIf ROUGH HOUSEi Two young men by the names of Walter Roddick and John Redmon 1raisQd arough house at thellyi- ng dutchman on Saturday even ing In the course of which Red mon was slashed about the face and r neck by a knife in the hands of Roddick Roddick was arrested and placed in tho workhous- eWANTEDBy Chicago Manufacturing House of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest ment required revious experience not to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512t J l 1t Vf = = p c OWER CO 230 St in this city 01 Tuesday Georgia Intent daughte of Mr Alex McDonald and wife aged 20 months The funeral was hold on Wednos day and the Jntornmnt was ai Bethel Church on the Peaks Mill pike Rev Dr M H Adams con ducting tne services HITE In this city on Tuesday Miss IuI Hite of constant sufferer for several years and death came as a sweet release The sympathy of the community goes out to hor Elevated father who has filled the place of both mother and father with rare succes- sTHOMASAt the residence jf his father in Philadelphia Penn on Thursday Mr Henry 13Ihonr- as son of Mr W P Thomas and a nephew of Mrs John N Cm toner of this city in the 81st year of his ngp Mr Thomas was an unusually bright and scholarly young man cheery aril warm hearted manly and highminded devoted to his friends fund loved ones He had often visited his aunt in this city and was well known here He louveR n father and one brother bushes a large circle of relatives both in Philadelphia Louisville and this city to mourn his untimely encl Ho had been suffering from an attack of typhoid fever but had rallied and was thought to be in a hair way to recover when he sustained a relapse and passed away as recited We knew and loved him for his many lovable qualities and sln oernly regret his early death We tender our warmest sympathy to the bereft friends r WeayerB Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for ekln eruptions s4kS We have completed olaborato preparations for supplying promptly and satisfactorily the Fall and of the public Our stocks comprise full line of the product of the Elgin and Waltham Companies made expressly for us Solid Good Cases Gold Filled Cases Ask to see the BETSY ROSS HOWARD and HAMILTON WATCHES Make Your elections For The Holidays AT FLAG FORK The County will hold an at Flag Fork today at which a very program will be It is in full as follows 11 a m Della Miss Ida of Teacher to Schools Miss Bessie Heaton Miss Linnie Black Mr Shea by Misses Lizzie Braw nor Evans and John Sut tles 11 a E and Dr Thomas Moore Reward Miss Ida Se mon cc Herman by Misses Lula Duvall find Jessie Moore Noon 13d p General of Mr E R Jones in Our Schools Miss Hallie Harrod by Miss Stella Long and John Buttles of A J Hulett anti Herman Suttles School Miss Lizzie IJortlr Shea Object and Moore Heaton Miss Lucy Pattie FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three of a mile from city limits MRS ANNIE 48tf FrankfortKentucky Wealth Watch Stock For fall Tdfl MAS E L B E R XReliable Jeweler Clair Street BEATHS MCDONALD oousumvtlon11agel Watch Watch TEACHERS MEETING Franklin Teachers association November4 interesting rendered Devotional Exercises Welcome AddressMiss OUnnnell Response Semones Relation Recitation Arithmetic Lindsoy Discussed Floroboc Recess mSong Circulation Teachers HistoryMr Smithors Discussed mSongR- atitatlon Principles Education Language Country Discussed Teaching CivicsMr Management GeographyMr Lindsoy LessonsMisses Brawnor Trustees RewardMiss Closing Remarks quarters eef TAAFFE ti DyspepsiaI CureGives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomacQ and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure Prepared at the Lib onUryofEODWitt oe Chicago USA DfgestB What You Eat Makes the Breath Sweat Am m R999 SOLID IN TRAVEL MEAN TUB Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwe- enLouisville J Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND nOME SEEKERS RATES TO TilE WEST ANA SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or n change of location in the near fu ture Get the Henderson Route HabitIt the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least givo us the opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment tho train service the freo chair oars and tile rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT JHGALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY awm wraavu 9i l of I 1tlmea Queen and Crescent61 Shortest Route AN- DQuickest SoMule BETWEEN i GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA AIATLANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS r AND i 1I TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter YeBe CLifflKE- TPA i J 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky 4 t 4k S D JOHNSON COS Offerings to the Fall Buyer i 1 Our Dressmaking Department Specialty of Tailored Finished Cloth Gowns If of a new we will i take pleasure in talking it oer with you and submitting estimatesIIj We have a bewildering line ol New Smooth Finished Materials and indeed New Dress Goods i of all kinds from 2 c a yard up All Millinery Must Be Closed Out Regardless of Cost IIAI8 JFJ9I ElWI8 lCome and see us and you will know just what is the most correct and very latest thing in New York ivS D JOHl SON CO h RELIGION ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Cliinn rec fr tor 1 Sunday November 5 11 a in Holy Jomumnion and 1t Sermon 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser- i mono 4980a m Sabbathschool In the j 780 pm Evening Prayer and v Sermon y Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to Iattend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev O R Hudson the pastor having returned home will preaoh at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 646 in the chapel LenderMiss Alma Eales Topic Am I Keeping My Chris tian Endeavor Covenan- tPrayermeeting Wednesday even chapelThe Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited I CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector mim v Vespers at 780 p m t l FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bev M B Adams D D the pas t tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 vp m V Sundayschool at 945 a m in the r chapel Baraca Class at 945 a m taught toy the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermooting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free i PRESBYTERrANIf a m and 780 p an Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 680 p m V Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 7 80 p in Visitors cordially welcomed L METHODIST OHUBOH R e 4i 0 A Vaught the pastor will at 11 a m and 780p in SunoRoyIj1Chqqlot 745 a m Junior jen u at 8 p m T Senior League at 7 p in 4i j Wednesdaycvoning Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHllov Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 7110 p m At morning service the ordinance of Infant Baptism will bo adminis tered At 8 p m there will be a special service for old people Everybody invited Sundaysohool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend r LCASTORIAFor t ThQ Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of r i j ATTEMPTED SUICIDE We regret to learn that Major Marmaduke B Bowden of Louis ville while in a temporary condi tion of unbalance mentally attempted to commit suicide on Saturday in his room at the Wil lard Hotel Luckily the ball from his pistol was deflected by a rib and his life saved Mr Bowden is an able and schol arly lawyer LADIES AID SOCIETY BAZAAR The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give their annual Bazaar and Supper on Tuesday December 5th Dont forget this They will have every thing nice for Christmas and New Year presents and the supper served will be well worth the money invested Consumptionc consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions of throughout the goodhealth fljf From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilyIsystem as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous tj We will send you a sample free q Be sure that this picture in the form a label is on the per of every bottle of Emulsion you buyI Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc and alt drugglrtr BOARDING Room for six men at 880 Madison Street 91 wDr Weavers Syrup Pnriflei the blood Canto ointment for the akin J r Ni IUtterback NEW SEAISON The Beautiful Sapphire Country To the man whose imagination is fed with facts and fortified with observation the southern portion of the United States will always seem the favorite child of omnip otence and its handmaiden Na ture Practically every resource that ministers to the wealth and greatness of a people has been lav ishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full bosomed magnificence dwells neither here nor therehut every where we like In all reverence to call these Southern States indeed Gods country One who knows the South realizes how after ma terial gifts had been so generously bestowed the designing power completed its work by dotting it liberally with those imperative auxiliaries of modern civilization resorts summer and winter In the case of the South these resorts have proven trot only protectors of our peoples health they are lug now and they will add substantially in the future to our actual wealthThe Florida resorts need no de tailed eulogy at this date They ef have won already thousands of wealthy Northerners and Southqrn ers from the lure of the European spa or the call of the Riveria A- more wonderful conquest and one which should interest the entire South is that of the radiant Sap phire country that of Eden of the Carolina mountains with which the word Toxaway has become inseparably identified Its beauties and Its healthcumpelUng- qualities have been open to civiliza tion for only a few years relatively Toxaway means to a host of Southern and Northern peo ple today recreation and recuperation under conditions as ideal as can be arranged by the copartner ship of man and Nature The six hotels under the management of the Toxaway Hotel Company with Mr J C Burrows at its head have been instrumental in this rapid achievement The Sapphire country itself has done the rest The hostelries have been artfully located getting the wide- benefits which come from altitudes ranging from 2250 to 4780 feet The farreaching estate of Tox away comprises 81000 acres in which are more than seventyfive miles of brook and river fishing yielding the gamest of game trout In the rugged recesses of the estate there are deer wild turkey and rutTed giouso with bear here and there and occasionally quail The three lakes like shimmering sap phires splashed down in the heart of the mountains with the winding forest roads create indelliblo impressions of the place With the opening of the winter season Toxaway Inn the greatest of all the Toxaway resorts an nounces itself ready for business for the approaching season after having completed the most suc cessful summer season known in the history of Southern resorts From this time on this institution becomes not only a summer but a winter resort appealing to the South in the summer and to the North in winter It is on the direct line of travel from eastern and western points to Florida and Manager Burrowes has made every to catch the business FlorIIdaAnd it say Who stop to take in the beauties of the Toxaway country will bo amply compensated for in the matter of scenic attractions there is nothing like it this side of the Rocky Moun tains Constitution Atlanta Ga Oct 12 1005 98t IILaxative atie Y4 flaw u sdt oz Nne f Notions I Our notion table will save you monoy every time below wo quote n few recordbreaking prices on ItIIc fur package of Hair 10 for card Hooks and Eyesf20 for paper of Pins l 20 for rolllof Cotton Tape Jo for Clnrks Spool Cotton le for card of Safety linfljno for two dozen Pearl Buttons t lOc for good Tooth Brush fP lOc for good Rubber Comb 100 for Dress Shields 4Jc for Corsets worth 7fio to 100joo for Asbestos Iron Holders no for Feather Stitched BmldfDomestics Sc4o for best Calico oo for yard wide Bleached CottonSijo for yard wide Brown Cotton do for Apron Gingham 7Jo to 12i for Dress Gingham fJi Outing Flannels t Wo can show you a most urisanl line of Outing Flannels from 10o y are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beaU heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and interferes with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain otfl of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of the mucou DiiesUTI the Stomach After eating my food would distress mi by mtldnf weakPtnaUyilatt relief After using a few bottles am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Peon Yen N T I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state u I DyspeCureD KAUBLB Ninula kDitfcsta What You Eat dtartwut es u asel tea at to rnrarw as w Lab anloryatEeDsWteeJt For saleby J W Gayle CoughSeason Fall and Winter is the time that Throat and Lung Troubles get their start Dont let them start Every Cough and Cold means tearing down a threat against life Every neglected Cough makes the next one come easier Gales White Pine- Expectorant Cures Coughs by removing the cause It heals strengthens and soothes loosens the Oough and cures thoroughly- PRICE L5 CENTS J W1 GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announce Mr KENNER TAYLOR astf candidate for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action iof the people Election Novem ber 1905 20te 1 FOR SAIEfI have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 months old registered pedigree for sale Also a No Durham Mulch Cow very fine milker Ap ply to H MASTIN R F n 8 Frankfort Ky trOct 7tf IDtWltt Early Risers The ffantftiM Httto pllto 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 pointsVOllfew suggestions of how boat to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dial Rookies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion CityAmericas virgin play Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea the mines and IA mountains of Colorado the sub Y 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 Mbnon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally with beautiful illustrated 2InformRotionintelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville K- yFtiik1or1 JMnfl fc The Midland Route Local Time TableIIn Effect June 5th 1905 f AilA M DAILY KXCE1T A M4P M No84No82 SUNDAY No81 a88 2 6 20 Lv D Frankfort Ar 20 2 6 23II SummitII211 0 Elkhorn IIU 06 s 219 6 42 Switzer 6 68 2 0 Stamping Ground 1053 6 6 55 Duvall 62 241 05 TohnsonII 6 35 2 712 Georgetown 1035 629 2 7 15 08 Depot J 1080 6 259 725 Newtown 8 M 607 1 8 Centerville 8 5 69 8U Elizabeth 842 665 820 747 Paris Junctn 8 645 tConnectsConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L IN BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEOUQETOWN P MA btlA i 625IVIA PARtS AM PMI p Ilitl200Lv Frankfort Ar 700 1715 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 3 Lv Paris Ar 6 88 10 a Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTtit12 2JAL Frankfort Alll 25AI720P 4W 12A A Georgetown A 9 HA 62325P A Paris L 880A542P 611P 4UA Winchester 245L8 IBP 60A A MnysvlUe 45A OOP8 24A ALynthiana Lj5 502P t7 54P A Richmond 20A IMP ooP A Cincinnati 2 55P 16 B HARPERtCWHAYPres P A 1 STAMPING GROUND t ErlangorisBlnnton Mrs Frances Bond sold 100 bar rels of corn In the field at 16- t Shucked Mrs las W Covlneton is the Client of her son Mr Clay Coving ton at Gas City Tnd Died Mrs John T Williams wife of Mr John T Williams agc 27 years Mr J B Adams has returned from a two wpoks1 trip to Indian Territory and Oklahoma Mrs Thos Hook has sold to Mr F M Taokntt a farm of 100 acres on South Elkhorn part of the Kelly farm at 0uOO Married At the Baptist parson nee Mr Marcus Smith and Miss Viola Bowler and Mr S P Devors nnd Miss Casnndra Smith were married by Rev G W Hill Tho Baptist Church is in the midst of a revival meeting Rev O L Powers of Providence Church Franklin county is acsistinrr thoI pastor Rev G W Hill Up to there have been quite n number of additions Mr Cyrus T Duvall has par chased the drug store of Mnssrs Stewart Tolos Mr Pike Du vnn will remain as the prescription clerk Mr J L Johnson and wife have gone to Chicnco Tils to reside he having scoured n cood position it DepnrtmeutStore Miss Stella Hill has returned from ft visit to friends in Covington Mrs S T Willis is out after a severe illness Mr Thos J Bruner and wife visited friends in Fayette county last week Mr Charlton Duvall and wife Chicago nro visiting at their of home here Miss Saute Bran ham has returned from n visit to Fayotto and Wood ford counties I Miss Mollie Plummer of Wind visitingfriends Mr Jos Roberts and sisters Misses Sue and Emma of Owen county are guests of Mrs R C HeadThe protracted meeting at the Christian Church closed on October 22d with quite a goodly number o additionsiMrs Bentley of Jackson Miss who has been the guest of Mrs Thos Hook has gone homeUNO ITS YOUR KIDNEYS L Dont Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles A Frankfort Citizen Shows How to Cure Them Many people never suspect thei kidneys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think j that it is only a muscular weak ness when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself othertilIoslYou allIdiseased kidneys Frankfort peo ple testify to permanent cures Mrs C V Webber of 42G High Street wife of C V Webber black smith says The dragging down pains in the small of wore terrible At night I suffered most I fairly dreaded often to go to bed for the aching after I lay down was more than an ordinary mortal ondurelJeither side sharp twinges cough- mo in the Small of my back and a a result 1 have lain awake for hour- iabBering torture arising in th morning more tired than when went to bed A weakness of the kidneys the secretions being irreg ular and distressing had bothered me ever since I was a child No until I learned about Doans Kid Hey Pills and procured a box at J Gaylos drug store was I able t find anything that would give m relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching until it and good sound re dunlasuIt my health was considerably t bettor than it had been for months before I commenced the use o Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 6U j cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Cn s Condition iowier are lDrwhat a horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food f medicine the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle an LeCompte Gayle Dr WTeI Treatment Ifnp porillM the blooiC nUhe t okra ernptiM j f r 1 SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting n space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you fool as if oarIto writes My wife had a very aggra rated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not KingsNeahemdcoughoared her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and la grippe A tall druggists price 60c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free NEW WINTER RESORT SEASON 19051100 The Beautiful Sapphire Country To the man whose imagination is fed with facts and fortified with observation the southern portion of the United States will always seem the favorite child of omnip otence and its handmaiden Na taro Practically every resource that ministers to the wealth lord greatness of a people has boon lav ishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full bosomed magnificence dwells neither hero nor there hut rarer whore WP like in all reverence t call these Southern States indeed Gods country One who knows the South realizes how after ma onerouslytcompleted its work by dotting liberally with those imperative auxiliaries of modern civilisation resorts summer and winter In the case of the South these resorts have proven not only protectors of our peoples health they are add ing now and thAy will add substan tially in the future to our actual wealth dedhave won thousands of wealthy Northerners and Southern ers from the lure of the European spa or the call of the Riveria A more wonderful conquest and one which should interest the entire South is that of the radiant Sap phire country that of Eden of the North Carolina mountains with which the word Toxaway has become inseparably identified Its beauties and its health oumpolling qualities have been open to civiliza tint for only a few years rela afple today recreation and recupera tion under conditions as ideal as can be arranged by the copartner ship of man and Nature The six hotels under the manage ment of the Toxaway Hotel Company with Mr J C Burrows at its head have been instrumental in this rapid achievement The Sapphire country itself has done the rest The hostolries have been artfully located getting the wide benefits which come from altitudes feetraway comprises 81000 acres in which are more than seventyfive miles of brook and river fishing yielding the gamerit of game trout In rugged recesses of the estate there are deer wild turkey and rutTed grouse with bear hero and Thersapsof the mountains with the winding forest roads create indellible im placeWith of the winter season Toxaway Innthe greatest of all the Toxaway resorts an nounces itself ready for business for the approaching season after having completed the most sue oessful summer season known in the history of Southern resorts this time on this institution becomes not only a summer but a winter resort appealing to the thetandseveryIas goes ida And it is safe to say that those oftcompensated for In the matter of scenic attractions there is nothing MouneOct 12 1005 03t THE HICKS ALMANAC FOR n06 Almanacfhis Monthly Journal Word and Works had boon changed into h large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecast from January to June 1900 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1900 Tho price of this splendid Magazine is ono dollar a year See it and you will iave it The No vember and January numbers con foredcomplete than ever can be had by once 25 cents to Word nosh Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 82m y si iV rmr 4P DONT BE DECEIVED Do not ho deceived 11 counter felts when you buy WItuh Hazel Salve Tho uamo of E 0 DuWiit Co is on every box of the genu Inc Piles in throb worst form will soon pass away if you will apply Do Witts Witch Haol Salvo night and morning lest for Cuts Burns Boils Totter Eooma etc Miss H M MkUlleton Thebes 111 says Iteas seriously afflicted with a foyer sore that was very painful DoWitts Witch Hazel Halve oared me in a few toys Sold by J W Gayle THE COMPANION AS A CHRISIMAS GIFT Can you think of a gift more cer tain to bo acceptahlo than a years subscription to The Youths Com panion Is there any one young or old who haviuir once had the paper in his hands and looked pussesItwhich far from losing its fr lshne8s ns Christmas recedes tote tho past grows more delightful more needs sary to ones enjoyment weep by weeke The boy likes it for it reflects in its pages every boyish taste and every fine boyish aspiration Tho father likes it not only for its fic tion but for its fund of information the practical sort The girl like vit for tho stories anecdotes sketches and editorial articles especiallyforstories of domestic life and family affection and its childrens page for its medical article tOn receipt of 175 the yearly subscription price tho publishers send to the new subscriber all the Oompnnionforendar for 1900 lithographed in goldFull of the now volume for 1900 will be sent with copies of the paper to any address free THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass e DO IT TODAY injunotfouNeveryou can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the torse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you been struggling for several days perhaps remedyforbe Dr Boschees Gorman Syrup which has been in use for over thirt fivo A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cureus it has done bofore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr e DR BRADYS NEW NOVEL THE PATRIOTS Cyrus Tovnsend Bradys The Patriots is announced for a serial by The AllStory Magazine The first installment will begin in the December issue out November 1st It will run until April To quote tho Doctors letter on the subject This is the last serial story long novel that is that I shall write for some years It is along the linos of his pre vious novels of the Southland but is beyond a doubt the most dra matic and thrilling story of the kind that has come from his pen since he has been in literature- In the first installment of The Patriots Dr Brady has written a description of the Battle of Gettys burg that will stand comparison with Victor Hugos pen picture of Waterloo It is of the sort that will thrill both North and South alike The love story running through this serial is everything that a love story of that should be a love story that literally vibratos with toiling situations and stirring momentsDr will ho remembered as the author of The Southerners A Little Traitor of the South The Daughters of tho Confeder acy etc tile Hives uro a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Deans Oint ment never fails Instant relief permanent cure At army drugstore 50 cents FOR SALETwo Black Polled Angus Cows with four months old bull calves by their sides Also one young black billl ready for ser vice GEORGE QUARLESSwitzer Or Scotts Stable Frankfort Ky 7tf genuineLaxative the remedy that earN k cold IB elM eta i Dr Weanr Syrup and CenteS- aoMMf twtssea for blood cad ikia dlaeam oJ f 1 A IThe Kind You Have Always Bought stud which has been use for over 30 years has borne the simiatnro of been uiado sonal sInce its i no to deceive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butfthat trifle with and endanger the health of 1Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It n contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotleSsubstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms f tand allays Fevcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind J Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Ar Stomach and Bowels and natural ifJTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSk Bears the Signature tt The Kind You Have Always Bought i In Use For Over 30 Years CITYr 1 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY rt WINTER METABLE EFFECTIVE OCT EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2No4 No INo8 i DailyExPM AM Leave LeaveAr ArJ745I tl225 0 Lexington 0 1010I 605 810 620 a50 918 Clay City 489Y4 ft406 923 Stanton 480 485 954 Natural Bridge 801t 401 449 1008 02 Torrent 747 847r I611 1029 Boatty ville Junction 726 610 1180 94Jackson 625 225 irf SundayTrains jJt i on the O EL Mr Ry t Trains Nos and 8 connect at L E Junction with the 0 O Ry Tly for lift Bte rUnrl 1ITruing No8 and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with the L A Ry for Boatty villo and locnlltntion J B BARR CHARLES SCOTT f General Manager G P Ai1iOHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No22I No 83 Daily BtntlonDully DnilyrM Is Ex Ex Bund Bund Ex Sund Mis k A M Lye P M LyeIAMAr PM Ar fA e o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 kd D25 280 O K Junction 885 1126 843I 153Wilhurst 4l7 1152 1 480 1158 10I 128 Leo City 510 122 t122 518 1228 74I 15 Cannel City 545 1245 1JtNos and will make close at O a K Junction with Nos 8 and t- orii points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent u SOLID COMPORT TRAVEL MEANS File Hendersonroute I Free Reclining ChairCars on Betwe- enLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND nOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANTI SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or n change of location in the near fu Got Henderson Route Habit11 It is tho comfortable line and n comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment the train service the chair cart and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass At HENDERSON ROUTE- LOOISVIijLE KY anti has under his per supervision infancy Allow ono you thisiExperiments goric Constipation of CTAUR COMPANY 19C5 AM PM Winchester AND Daily 18cHetochawa connection IN ture the free Queen and l Crescent Route i- it snoitest Route i 4 f ANDi V r r Quickest Scnefiiile ff I BETWEENGEORGETOWN55 f1 ATLANTA F i BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS Tl AND a TEXAS POINTS r Write for Rates and Printed Mattes o CaEe CLflBKE- T r P A 189 Main Street Lexington KeatUCkyj j f