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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY TAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKKMS 100 In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER is ISOG No 6 f11 CAPITAL CITY HASH- ByTohnnyGotYourGuIl Under the Simmon Tree That is whoro Taylor llockon smith wnson tho wooded hilltop with the autumn loaves turning and the grapevine clinging to tho spreading branches when a little bird carne and whispered in his oar to send some of those rich ripe persimmons und grapes ho was gathering to the writer of the random linos Acting on tho hint and prompted by the higI generous heart that fills his breast n box filled with ripe wild grapes and delicious persimmons came gad bid us luxuriate Oh hos no fancy followIINo legendary But true as Is Taylor HockonsmithI Who originated the expression uIt beats all creation and Tom Walker It has been in use more than 50 years Ben Butler in his debate with Sunset Cox first used the words Shoofly dont bother me Rev Robt J Breckinridge D D the celebrated Presbyterian divine was a hustling stump speaker in early life and first made use of tho phrase No more chance than n bobtail bull in fly time Jim Jewell of Lexington made politically historic the expression Politics is hell Fi hugh of Texas first used the words Bigger man than old Grant Capt Bob Collins coined the word Syphinx and B L D Guffy introduced the word SapI inpaw The first meant too big for a monkey and too little for a man and the lastwellI ask B L D and ho will tell you The Democratic Convention that assembled on Capital Square t when Cervo Gordo Williams was 1f a candidate for Governor was riot ous tumultucus and noisy Every speaker was hooted at and yelled down Finally Col G W Crad d ck was asked to stay the tumult Taking the stand ho attempted to speak The erod catcalled raved and shouted Craddock stood unmoved After making several futile attempts to bo heard Sao raised his voice to its highest pitch nil in stentorian tones shouted Fellowcitizens Hoodlums laud SofbsT- he quaint appeal had its effect The crowd laughed the noise subsided and quiet was restored Craddock know his audience Col J N Crutcher the Alcalde of tho West End was claimed to have boon the only man in Frank fort whom Lewis Cass the famous statesman jpoke to when return ing from noting as pallbearer at the funeral of Henry Clay It happened this way As the train as passing Barstows corner Mr Crutoher then a young man leaped on the platform land en tered the oar to see the po ple and the distinguished personage He inadvertently left the ear door open Mr Cass who was in the car abruptly said Please shut that door young man Later Crutoheri1in town that Mr Cuss had spoken to But he did not toll how and irho why old Sand Letters Club that a fish at Bond twentytirodollars and a piece of coon at a restaur ant on Ann street are passing away Mangan Woitzel Lusoher Frazier and Grant are among those who have crossed tho divide In the long bottom between tho farms of Chas OHara and that now owned by John T Hock onsmith n race track was once laid out and famous races run inj which the noted horso Gray Eagle took part Henry Clay was one of the many spectators DECIDE YOURSELF The Opportunity is Here Backed by Frankfort TestimonyI Dont take our Dont depend on a stronger statementRead I1kfort endorsement FrankIfurt Tayforboatman says While I did not KidnoyIthem for tho groat relief they afforded my eldest daughter who has always suffered more or lessI from a weak back ever a child On account of this condition it was almost impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this was a diffi culty with the kidneys which was very annoying and distressing I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at T W Gayles drug store She took them as directed and they helped her in every way Her back felt strongorIsecretions was much improved My youngest daughter complained a groat deal of her back hurting her too I gave her Doans Kid Pills and the results in her satisfno1I for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other NAlURAIJOURIOSITY Aunt Ogie Harris n well known colored woman brought to our office on Saturday a natural curiosity in the shape ofa hen egg which at the small end had a welldefined letter C which stood up almost a sixteenth of an inch above the general surface It certainly was a curiosity IS THE MOON INHABITED thoIon human beings who have a hard oursIthat Electric Bitters euro Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia KidneyIas a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by all druggists Price only 50o m ILEllER FROM CUBA United States Ship Louisiana Havana Cuba Sept 80 1000 Editor Roundabout As I have a little leisure time today I will proceed to write you and explain to tho best of my ability the exact situation in Cuba at present Perhaps you can use it in your paper if so I will bo glad At tho last election there was a claim of fraud almost similar to tho Goebel affair and discontent growing more and more pro nounced was at last brought to a climax by the President ordering tho arrest of Senators of the Mod orate party Immediately following their imprisonment there was an uprising or rebellion which growing more and more serious at last was in possession of almost nilof Cuba except Havana and had the city strongly surrounded and were about to take possession upon our arrival Owing to the fact that it was almost impossible for tho Government to raise troops notwithstanding the fact they were offering 250 a day for private soldiers the largest pay of any enlisted soldier in the world Immediately upon reaching here the Mediation Committee appointed by President Roosevelt called for a cessation of hostilities or a truce and prepared to hear all reports hearing on the difficulty by both parties also caused the temporary release of the impris oned Senators and heard their version of the trouble After sifting the evidence they rendered a decision to which Liberals or Government refused to com ply Palma has resigned and at present tho city of Havana is oc cupied by American sailors and marines and every port of Cuba has one or more American ships in harbor andall property is guarded by soldiers The aspect at present is very serious and may prove a source of much ex pease and life to the United States There is now a large number of the American battle ships in Havana harbor and troops are being rapidly rushed to the front There has been no loss to us so far but four or fiva sailors have been shot by unknown parties HHavana I remain yours sincerely MILTON N CULTER Ship Fitter 2d Class U S S Louisiana Care Postmaster N Y City Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles alone and it does tile work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Largo Nickel Gapped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by all dealers TREES PLANTS VINES FruitIand Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is ready on application Wo employ no agents but sell direct to tho planter H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m WANTED A woman attendant at The orIo d Outer and Under GarlnentsijWe could suggnst no time so opportune to buy all your FALL and WINTER NEEDA1JLES RIGHT NOW The Best Styles Best Values Most Liberal tStocks and Best Opportunities to Choose can bo had now than at any other timo You could find noIstore where your investments in Outer and Under will give so much satisfaction as here Ladies Tailored Suits if I Y17 50C- IAL elegant made Over 100 other Suits the very latest New York 1250 1500 2500 8000 0000 I StylesI Ladies Tailored Skirts IPi5 P of in rt at to i quality these cannot be matched at the price 1 hundred other Special Values at 050 750 to 2500 i I CIALSI IA 8501Ladies CoatsfY1OOSPOECIAL Thpse i andjJ f 60 Dozen Ladies Vests and PantsfExtra heavy fleeced and neatly finished Come j white and ecru All sizes including sizes 25cJa t 10 Dozen Ladies Fleeced Union Suits t Values 25c htLadieRwhite grey and scarlet values 100 garment Ladies Black Tights in all sizes 50c ttti Children Black Tights t Flannelette extra values 75c anclit C KAGIN BRO tyl J Jf LOST AND FOUND Mr S Harrod the well known attorney was out his stable on Saturday night he lost a pocketbook containing over 200 By the aid of friends with lan he soon afterwards found the pocketbook which was a great relief our old =GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Imliiui Ton Na tares Monody is becoming tin most popular Female Komedy in Palo Weak Nervous Doll en toI Women sulTering from those weak nesses anti diseases peculiar to their sex will ml in Father Wil flams Indian Ton a wonderfulII Tonic and Jt Nerves puts on llosh strength and to tho stop brightens the eyes clears tho corn plexion and you woll gad 20ieBAGGAGE SMASHED As Busey a colored man who runs a baggage wagon was returning from South Frankfort about 980 on Wednesday night ho drove too closeto the track of the street car line and his wagon was crushed The and driver escaped injury t ilft t 1ji This Suit is tftailored In Coats are made of beautiful Novelty Mixtures semifitting loose backs extra value 1000 r 875 450 500 750 to 1 in extra garment Special In extra r and Misses 50c Ladies Gowns 50c 100 rJohn at when terns to use Regulator gives elasticity makes WAGON Luke horse at 1500 Y APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE i Attorney H G Botts of Owen ton has been appointed special judge of the Franklin Circuit Court to hold the six weeks term for the trial of equity cases only CAN YOU WIN Can you win You realize that to win in anything those days re quires strength with mind and f body in tune A man or nmullk 1is101 n days play How can they expect to win Kodol For Dys pepsia contains tho digestive juices ofa healthy stomach and will put your stcnmch in hnpoI 1jJofwith strength building blood Sold by JT Cray lo WHATS THE MATTER WITH T11K GOOD OLD SUM TIER TIME The thermometer concluded that we had enough of the good old summer time on Wednesday gettingdownhumanity opened its eyes on registeredfor a tumble from 85 and 90 rLLMIt JI t 1 jir fJ1JJ l k JIiMWa t t fr M f WEITZELS SPECIALS CADET BJYsItc 1rASUVrsa an s merarsrni PER3ONALMr in Louisville Mrs Tho A Hall visited friends in Lexington this week Mr John Richardson has accepted a position in Louisville Judge R Morton of Lexington was In the city Tuesday fr James M Wakefiekl returned Saturday Lean Beattyville Rev Alex C Henslcy of Ver sallies was here this week Mrs T B Woodruff of Lexington is the guest of relatives here Mrs John C Quire visited relatives in Louisville this week Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox visited friends in Georgetown this week Mr J Lucien Waggoner Sr of Danville was a visitor here this week Mayor E E Hume has returned from a business trip to Kansas City Mo Dr Curtis Johnson of Earlington was in the city on a flying trip Monday Mr James M Wakefleld made a business trip to Louisville on Tuesday Col J P Chinn was the guest of leis son Mr J Morgan Chinn this week Mr W W Jett Jr and bride re turned from their bridal trip on Friday night Ts Margaret Trumbo is visiting her daughter Mrs M F Wood In Lexington Mr W 0 Davis and Mr Goo Mc Leod of Versailles were in the city Tuesday Mr Cecil T Farmer and bride re turned from their bridal trip on Saturday night Mr Will C Keaton of LaGrange a farmer Frankfort boy was here this week EdnaIthis week Mr Frank Todd of Michigan is the guest of his sisters Misses Todd Lake ParkMr M Lewis of Richmond Va came here on Saturday night to visit relatives Miss Rebecca Averil has returned from a visit to Mrs Alwood Martin at Crescent Hill Dr L T Minlsh wife and daugh ter have returned from a visit to Indianapolis Ind Col C E Hoge attended the State Development Convention at Win chester this week Miss Ida Dryden who has been visiting friends in Lexington returned home Monday night Rev T F Taliaferro and wife are visiting their daughter Mrs IL B l1 Colvin in Falmouth Dr F W Boswortn of Lexington was tho guest of his brother Mr E W Bosworth Sunday Dr M H Yeaman and wife of Lakeland were guests of Dr J WI Hill and wife this week Messrs Thos W Scott and J H Lee attended the State Development Convention at Winchester Mr A W Maeklin returned Satur day from a visit to his daughter Mrs W E Koop in Louisville Rev W O Vreeland of Lexington was the guest of his mother Mrs Chas Elmer Vreeland this week Mjss Jane Todd Holmes has re turned from a visit to her aunt Mrs J L Watson at Lexington Col T Hiter Crockett and Mr W G Simpson left Tuesday to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Mr Felix Stone of Pittsburg ts t Ii i Big Lot t adies Tailored Suits 1200 1500 1800 and 2000 Big Lot Dress Skirts 500 600 700 and 800 Big Lot Childrens Cloaks w 300 100 500 r600 700 and 8 00 Big Lot Ladies andlMisses Cloaks 300 1000 and 1200 Big Lot Ladies Mens Boys and Girls Underwear 25c 35c and 50c OHAS J WEITZEL amss IVnn was the guest of his aunt Mrs Jennie Feat terson tins week Mr David Nicol cashier of the Dc posit Bank attended the Bankers Con vention at Louisville this week Mrs Belle M Hogan of Coving ton is visiting her cousin Mrs Jos- H Cox Steele street South Side Mrs H V McChesney tel who have been visiting IelatlcsI at Smithland have eturned home Miss najor of Lawrence burg was the guest of Mrs Win ODonnell Shelby street this week Mr Norman Emmitt was called to Cincinnati on Wednesday by the ill ness of his father Mr Guy Emmitt Joll Basil Kenney of State College Lexington spent Sunday with his parents Mr T E Kenney and wifeIMrs Frank Hewitt and Mrs Ed H Elliott visited Mrs N Bowman in Lexington this weekIMr Julian Chinn of the Railroad Co who has been at homesick with malarial fever Is improving Mrs C Gran Graham of Losing 11rs1Iollieweek Dr Jouett of Eminence who has been the guest of his sister Mrs Jno C Bridges Third street has returned home Mrs H S Keller and sister Miss Cornell Crutcher visited their brother Mr Robert Crutcher in Louisville this week Miss Lucy Chinn spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Miss Aubyn Chinn at State College Lex ington Mrs L P Tarleton and daughter Miss Christine Reynolds have returned from a visit to relatives in North CarolinaJudge William Lindsay attended the State Development Convention at Winchester this week and was made chairman Mr Ralph Jones and wife of Indianapolis Ind were called here bj the death of their father Mr Marcus A JonesIPenn was the guest of his parents Mr Si Penn and wife Holmes street this week Judge T R McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals left Tuesday for Louisville thence to his home at Leltchfleld Rev C R Hudson and wife left Thursday for Buffalo N Y tc attend the National Convention of the Chris tian ChurchRev Crowe has returned from the meeting of the Synod of the Southern Presbyterian Church at HendersonProf Robt C Young Musical Director of Georgetown College spent Sunday here the guest of Prof Ruliff V Stratton Mr Jno T Orr of New Mexico who has been the guest of his mother a law Mrs Ed Porter Thompson has returned home Mrs J T Lntigbourough of Little Rock Ark who has been the guest of her sister Mrs S French Hoge has returned home Mr A K Marshall and wife who have been guests of their daughter Mrs M B Adams returned home Wed nesday morning Mr Theodore Smith of the T II Start Paper Co Louisville an old time commercial evangelist was in the city on Tuesday Rev H A M Henderson D D of Norwood Ohio will arrive today for a visit to his brotherinlaw Mr John C Mastin Mrs John A Grant and son John of Chicago Ills who have been guests of Maj J A Grant and wife left Th vs day morning for home Mrs Jos Combs and daughter Miss Mary Combs of Covlngton were A guests of Col E E Abbott and wife Shelby street this week Mr Church Jones and wife and Mr Ben Tones of Louisville were called here by the death of their father Mr Marcus A Jones Mr Vaschot H Richardson of Louisville who has been vi sting his parents Mr N F Richardson and wife has returned home IJudge J II Hazelrigg attended the meeting of the Natural Gas Co in which he Is a large stockholder in Lex ington on Tuesday Miss Ida Roberts of Science Hill Academy Shelbyville visited her parents Col H H Roberts and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr W T Lindsey wife and children of Tryon N C who have been- guests of relatives here left for home on Thursday morning Mrs Louise Van Winkle and daughter Miss Louise of Danville are guests of Mr Arthur C Van Winkle and wife Conway street chilIIRev A B Chinn and Miss Mary attended the reception to the faculty of Ashland Seminary at Versailles on Monday night Rev A B Chinn and Gen Fayette Hewitt attended a meeting of the Cathedral Chapter of the Episcopal Church at Lexington Tuesday IRev C R Hudson has returned from Peaks Mill where he held a good meeting lasting two weeks Fourteen were added to the Christian Church mIring the meeting IDr C D Pattie and wife and Mrs Oldham and children who andFLouisehome at Richmond Messrs W S Dehoney E B Duncan A E Heller W C Marshall Albert Chilson and John Hunter Jr attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Harrodsburg this week Mr John 11 Lewis and wife Mrs R Addison Lewis and son James who have been visiting relatives in this city and county returned to their home in Richmond Va on Monday night Dr John W Gayle left Monday night for Ashland to attend a meeting of the Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy where examination of per sons for certificates to practice pharmacy will be held Mr Paul Duffy of Syracuse N Y was a visitor hero on Saturday Mr Duffy was formerly connected with the O F C and Ky River Distilleries as distiller His father is a member of the Geo T Stagg Corporation BROKEN RAIL COMES NEAR PRODUCING BAD ACCIDENT As tho 010 p in C 0 train from tho East reached a point between Spring Station anti Duck ors on Saturday afternoon a broken mil came near producing a bad accident The poney trucks of tho second engine of the doubleheader left tho track but the high rate of speed kept the cars on until tho broken place was passed The train was delayed until about 9 oclock in reaching this city owing to having to placo tho truck back in position OAS1IOREABears the A 1he JDr Our 1OO- UNDERSKIRT v Our 250 FUR SCARF s I uL FALL OPENINGAT HIST IfjN r rf d Y S T Wo are now ready with the Best Assortment of Everything that is Novel we over had om bracing Dress Goods Suitings Silks Waistinz Cloaks Suits and Skirts OUR SKIRTS at 250 800 850 450 and 500 are especially good values and wo want you to come and see themIiiCHILDRENS MISSES and LADIES COATS You will be astonished at the values we can offer you CARPETS MATTINGS and RUGSRugs any size from 18x24 inches to 9x12 feet roomsizes We are offering great inducements in this class of goods and if you are contemplating any Rugs you have a chance at so many Until November 1st we will give you Special Low Prices on these goods We bought at an advantage some very good styles in Net Muslin and Laco Curtains MUSLIN RUFFLED CURTAINS50c 750 100 125 and 150 CABLE CORD NETthe kind that dont melt in laundry at 100 125 150 175 200 and 800 a pair You can not touch them in any city for theso prices t F J HEENEYTHE LINEN HOUSE OP FRANKFORT When Johnnie Comes Marching Home Dont fail to have him bring a sack of t PRIDE OF MADISON = tr FLOURiAsk your grocer Visit our store and inspect our line of Hay Straw Corn Oats Salt and Seeds of all kindsI HEISB SONSST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m LADDERS AT COST We tire rebuilding our Office and Warehouse vand they are in the way Come and get one Hammond tot11 i L f 11t rbd FarmersSUPER3 Tailored Suits of quality tliutlwv every style feature Now is the tinio of choicest selections AllWool Suits 1500 Exclusive KlTpcfcH i500 to 4000 Intermedia P Suits for young girls 1000 to 2000 an swr CLOAKS For Women lIisses and Children We show tho most Individual Styles at 500 to 2500 SKIRTS Grey Blue or Black 500 Misses School Skirts 2 to 500 S ILK PETTICOATS The High Art good heavy Silk unequaled at 500 COON HUNTING The officers of tho English ry squadron prepared for their ref cent visit to this country by nn exhaustive study of socalled American slang that they might enjoy that delightful American humor over which the English have recently become so enthusiastic During their stay in Annapolis a coon hunt was arranged for their benefit the officer in charge explaining to them that it was a sport highly thought of by na tives of the Southern States As they rode along one of the Englishmen remarked You hunt these coons with dogs I thinkIfound in the woods and are often caught in trees arnt they They are replied the Amer ican but how do you come toI Know so much about coonhunt ing Ohsnid the visitor with an air of conscious pride Ive read Uncle Toms Cabin you know and all those articles that havo come out in the papers lately but to tell the truth I didnt think it was allowed by the authorities no matter what the nigger had done Lippincotts When the tip of a dogs nose is coldand moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose sickness with a dog And meanBI the human lips Dry and colorless lips mean nppenringlike lips npplat bedtime a coatI ing of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a tree trial box at COl1YincedILarge A REPEATER Jolla Weaver the reform mayor of Philadelphia was recently con grntul ted by a delegation of ilrgymen on the clean adminis rtion that he has given to the piker City In the course of ij reply Mayor Weaver said I am glad to tell you that pings with us have improved ro for instance the matter of lotions A Philadelphian some years ago was running for a small office and on election day he wont from poll to poll his supporters on chooringI As ho left a certain shabby individual approached and shook him by the hand I trust sir said the candi GIRLS date that you are one of my sup porters One chuckled the shnbln YOlirhenrt TEXTS FROM BROTHER DICKEY Satan dont bother nobody dat dont commence wid him fust 1 dont want no wings when I gits ter heaven kase I might un intentionally fly too fur ter git back Ef de worl wuz clost enough tor heaven tel folks ter hear do singing er de angels some or us would ax de Lawd tor give urn a holiday Atlanta Constitution DEPENDS OX THE LOCA TION pnsIsongerstudying for the ministry unfits a man for a business career SomA oppositeiHow for instance asked the passenger with the flashy waistcoat Well a cousin of mine took a theological course several years ago became a preacher went straight into business and made a success of it right from the start Hadt a cent of capital eitherWhats his business The marrying business Just then the engines stopped plnyingMendelssohns and presently the boat scraped JoeChicngoTribune PROFANITY ALLOWED FOR If there was anything the Into Senator Hoar more than profanityThe much shocked the venerable Senator would be by in the inflammatory interjection of a certain politician with whom he frequently was compelled to confer But on all such occasions ho would refrain excoptinOno dny when the politician came to the Senators committee room on a subject of consi importance Mr Hoar ornbloI seat to him cud romnrJec1INow Mr enter upon a discussion of this question we shall assume that everybody and everything is damned Ton we can talk it over amicably CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON BY CITIZENS AT NOVEMBER ELECTION The following Is the constitutional amendment to be voted on at the November election As it is of great Importance and as the voters generally have not so far considered the matter the is well worth careful readingIto suffrage and elections Be it enacted by the General Assem KenMucky1 That upon the concurrence of threefifths of all the members elected to each house the yeas and nays being taken thereon and entered in full in their respective Journals section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky be and it is amended by adding a fourth paragraph to said section containing the following words towit 4 Persons who have not at least sixty clays before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full thelyearthey offer to vote That section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to suffrage arl elections be amended to read as fol lows E very male citizen of the United States of the age of twentyone years who has resided in the State one year and the county six months or the pre duct in which he offers to vote sixty days next preceding the election shall be a voter in said precinct and not else where but the following persons are excepted and shall not have the right to vote Persons convicted in any court orcompetent jurisdiction of treason or felony or bribery in an election or of such high misdemeanor as the General Assembly may declare from the right of suffrage but persons by exclude may be restored to hereIcivil rights by executive pardon 2 Persons who at the time election are in confinement under the judgment of a court for some penal offense 3 Idiots anti insane persons 4 Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all State county municipal district and school taxes rile by them for the year pre vious to the one in which they offer to vote WANTED Several tons of hay fillY kind paythe02t W F HEARNE rSTREET CAR SCHEDULE Park CarsLeave Main and Ann GioO a m and every 25 minutes un til 1035 p m Cemetery Cnrsli i5 a m and ev cry 25 minutes until 1000 p m Parks cars carry Leestown signs through South Frankfort and transfer passengers to Leestown car at Ann and Mero F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIERi KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky lay4 COATS tirxrsrrr crosics crktc IA a BRER WILLIAMS AND THE AIRSHIP When Brother Williams caught a glimpse ofurn airship ho ex claimed Dar now Dats gwine ter prenchinbusiness Why so some one asked Bekase n said the old man dos hardheaded of sinnersll quit putt lJ money in de collec tion hat in de hope er gittin wings fer heaven ef folks make contraptions lak dat fer urn ter fly in IAtlanta Constitution Dr Cattys CutllH u rowucra are jisfc what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ar1 vermifuge They are not food I e putshorsecents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComnte Gayle SPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splen did offer Louisville Herald AND ReiuuLaboiit For one year for 200I- n OnYI advance only This gives you a daily paper Sunday exempted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash Get acquainted with oil i MAGAZINEI gif SMITHS and ycu are strangers we you the macazne three sendI free that you may Get acquaintedI J SMITHS is the trated magazine in the world i 70 pages of reading matter 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Jones Bros and their shop was locatedon Broadway street The firm only retired from business last year For a number of years Mr Jones has been a great sufferer from rheumatism and this caused deathHe up and about the streets attending to business until the latter part of last week even Sat urday supervised sonic changes in the building formerly used as a machine shop He was a devoted member of the Methodist Church and for years was a member of the choir of that Church Owing to ill health he had not boon active in church affairs for somejtime In early manhood ho was married to Miss Sarah Williams a daughter of Mr M II P Wil liams Sr and a sister of Judge 13 G Williams By this union five sons Church and Ben Jones of Louisville Ralph and Chester Jones of In dianapolis and Marcus A Jones Jr of Corbett Wyoming and ono laughter Mrs H C McKee of this city were given them who together with his devoted wife and two brothers survive him Ho was an upright honest man and was always a modest and val uable citizen t1lw funeral services were con ducted by his pastor Kev J 0 A Taught of the Methodist Church on Tuesday morning and the remains were laid away in our t jometery JUDGE STOUTS DECISION IJhemotion for a mandamus to compel Judge r J Yatfs of the Scott County Curt to order an One Gold any RnotnBI The seasons first cold may be slight may yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EjI1ULSION- when colds abound and youll have no cold Take itI when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 400415 Pearl Street New York 50c and 100 All drugglrti iJ f J j 4 i l 14irryAlmost Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has keen five years since I was cured of heart trouble by your Ileart Cure mid Nerv ine tilt am lust as sound ns a dollar in that organ today For several years I had HreathirtJhadshort pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me and he least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me felt that the trouble was rowing worse all the time and after trylq many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief was induced to rive your remedies a trial was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all were removed and have never showed signs of returning REV GEO W KlRACorE Chincoteaguc Va There are svmntoms of heart disease which so closely resemble those of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently lead the attending physician Oiien in misI of heart trouble the stomach kidneys lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient easily excitable and apt to isI cause If have the least suspicion andbegindelay a All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies free bookI on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind n election for the whole county of Scott including Georgetown upon the local option question was heard by Judge Stout and the following is his Scott Circuit 11IG II Xunnelly c Pills vs Judgment- J J Yatos as Judge ttScott County Court This cause coming on for hear ing on the motion of plaintiff made on the third lay of this term of court and the court being sufficiently advised it was ad judged that the demurrer to plain tiffs petition is overruled it is further adjudged that the demur ofldefelHlnnt County Court be and ho is hereby ordered and commanded to enter an order on the order book of Scott County Court directing the sheriff of Scott county Kys to open a poll in each and all of the countyithe city of Georgetown on the 8th day of December 1000 to take the sense of the legal voters of Scott county Kentucky who nto qualified to vote at elections for county officers on the proposition whether or not spirituous iutoxiIeatingtered or loaned therein this law and prohibition to apply to drug- gIstS It is further adjudged that so muchof plaintiffs petition ask ing for a special registration on time BOth day of November 1900i is denied it being in the discre iuuntyCourtspecial registration at a ditto not liter than five lays before the jSth dayof December 1000 IBoth sides wore claiming that they had won but when this de cision is rend it is seen that he grants the mandamus for the election but does not require Judge Yates to call a special regis tration at any set time FINGER SPLIT OPEN Mr Clarence Quire an employe of the Kentucky River Mills was so unfortunate as to have the little linger of his loft hand split open to the bone by being caught in the machinery Surgical at tention was rendered SPRINKLING CART BROKEN DOWN On Wednesday morning as the sprinkling curt wits going up Broadway by the railroad the left hind wheel caught the rails of the switch betweenII wheel was crushed down 11t Jt ItiJt04plht4t ZJt l iaalui AN OUTRAGE On Saturday afternoon as the F C passenger train on route to PuriWliS crossing time C S youthsiing with shotguns when ono of them deliberately drew up his gnu and fired at time passing train one of the balls striking Capt Taylor Carter in the hack of the head Hal bringing him to his knees ICnpt Carter was unlocking the an empty conch which was being taken to Paris for the onISunday and was alono As soon as Capt V M Petty conductor on tho F C learned of the matter lie being in another part of tho train he telegraphed back to have tho rascals arrested but so far they have escaped arrestThis character of outrage is get ting too prevalent and should be stoppedWo glad to say that Capt Carter was not seriously hurt no thanks however to the young rufliane who were guilty of the outrage e rCORRECTION iIII our notice of the accidental killing of MI Henry M Led ridge we were led to slake an erroneous statement as to his being out hunting on Sunday The fact is that Mr Lodridgo never would go hunting on Sun day but was simply taking exercise by walking over the hills being employed closely during the week and accidentally met the boys who were hunting He told them that he would not go homeI to make this statement in justice to our- young friend A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS Is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who hits found Dr Kings Now Life Pills to be tho best remedy she over tried for keeping the perfeetif you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by all druggists Price 2oc e IPROJUBIlION CANDIDATE W Zachary manager of the National Prohibi tion Federation with headquar ters at Lexington Ky has been nominated for Prohibition can didate for Congress in tho noted Ashland District and has begun an active campaign against tho licensed liquor traffic reDEVILS ISLAND TORTURE IIs no wcrse than the terrible of Pilo that afflicted mo ten years Then I was advised to ap ply Bucklons Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Rugles Ky Heals nIl wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25o at all druggists NO BACK STAMPING NOW By a recent order of tho Post office Department the practice of stamping mail whoa received has been discontinued and hereafter so soon as tho nigh is received it will be at onco distributed NOTICE 10 LAWYERS Tho Goo A Lewis Publishing House has made a specialty of legal printing such as lawyers briefs notices etc Our long ex porience in this hue makes us es pecially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work t qf X cflrt J Yf61Ltt1 i Pleasant to take i I L6XattvTeIH 5I10 ji NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of thobowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritatiug to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc 1ITobacco Bellows BlowerstHoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc JL Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualihv The Leading Grocer Time Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLLf216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky HUB Early Risers The famous little flils- oef ANlEDGontllmflJl or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for n firm of 250000 capital Salary J072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 12Ulll STKKKT OAK sCHKDULE Cars will leave the Gnpltal Hotel for South Frankfort daily beginning nt 020 a m nnd every ten minutes thereafter till 9Uflp After that every twenty minutes till 100 On tho cemetery line they leave sortie place at 580 a in and every thirty minutes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 a iii and every thirty minutes till 1010 p in Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 0BO a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m JDLSALLEB supt lt5 iiIt fn fJ 3Jd t ir IIf JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASOIT FR6NKFORT XYttWill build Chimneys Cisterns and trill houscs in any part of County Boiler Furnaco work and repairs Phone 113tint o1n KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Or Kings New Discovery I FOR cONSUMPTION PriceI Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TKOTJB i LES or MONEY BAOKIp- l j J h t if- tt 1 JJh o J IIIii Cases plain simple and ornate f I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or CEDAR GROVE Cool and wet Fall has comp and now we have sorghum molasses corn bread and pumpkin pies for the bill of faro Mr Will Walters Miss Christina WoVer and Goldie attended meeting at Mt Zion last Sunday night Mr Syl Sudduth and wifo spent Sunday with Mr Bob 11 u lotto find famil- yharriedla Frankfort on Wednesday October Mr Robert Conway and Miss Julio Shouso Mr Conway is a son of Mr Polk Conway of Benson and his brido is a daughter of Mr R L Shouse of Waddy Miss Juliett Fleming and Miss Irene Lawrence spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Hnt tie and Georgia Fleming near Bloomington Mr Victor Banta called on Miss Bertha Lewis lass Sunday evening Flossy the little daughter of Mr Walter and Mrs Julio Bar ber who has been very low with diphtheria we are glad to say is much bettor Mr Hoary Showalter is running a market wagon so any one wish ing any roasting ears pumpkins or any kind of vegetables can leave your order with him Mr Charlie Green of Croppers was the guest of Mr Walter Barber and family last Saturday- Mr Will Conway has got a job of work at Frankfort and will move there this week everyaday by Rev N E Florence The high water of last week did a great deal of damage to crops Natures Way Is Best The function strengthening and tissue building plan of treating chronic linger ing and obstinr to cases of disease as pursued Dr Pierce is following nfter- Naturo s plan of restoring health Ho uses natural remedies that Is extracts from native medicinal roots bv ees es wrought out by tho expenditure of much time and the use of alcohol and rightiGolden Medical Discovery Black Cherry bark Queens Seal root Bloodroot and Stone root specially exert their iniluenco in cases of lung bronchial and throat troubles and this DISCOV ERY is therefore a sovereign remedy for bronchitis laryngitis chronic coughs catarrh and 1lndre ailments Tho above native roots also have tho strongest possible endorsement from tho melhal writers of all the several schools of practice for tho cure not only of tho diseases named above but also for indigestion torpor of liver or bilious ness obstinate constipation kidney and bladder troubles and catarrh no matter where located You dont have to take Dr Plerces l sayso alone as to this what ho claims for his Discovery is hacked up by thoI writings of tho most eminent nom in tho medical profession A request by pOStal card or letter addressed to Dr V Pierce Buffalo N Y for a little book of extracts from eminent medical au thorities endorsing tho ingredients of his medicines will bring a little book free that Is worthy of onr attention if needing a good safe reliable remedy of known comiHMltlon for tho cure of almost any old chronic or lingering malady Dr Piercos Pleasant Pellets euro con gentlelaxativelifeo most valuable book for both men and women is ur riorcos Common Sense Medical Ad visor A splendid 1003pago volume with engravings and colored plates A copy papercovered bo sent anyone 21 cents in onecent stamps to pay tho cost of mailing only to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Clothbound 31 stamps Stj t 7 IEEPING H GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers M A SELBERT fencing told In some places it is impossible to travel the roads at all Mr Dan Moore says his horse will not pass Bob Hulottos gate so ho has to stop there every Sun day evening Mr Ron Hamilton called on Miss Mabel Lillis last Sunday evening Mr Luo Bryan is at work in Georgetown this week Miss Hallio Barber who has been visiting relatives at Harvie laud has returned homoIMr Clark Harrison says hoI likes to buy his cigars at Mr Marshalls every Jaunday evening Mr Henry Showalter and Mr Roscoe Sudduth called on Misses Hallio and Arohie Barber last Sunday evening Mr Carl Hulotto is spending tho week at Mi Haydons and attending meeting at Mt Zion Mr Bain Moore is a candidate for jailer in the next county elec tion We hope tho others will consider the platter as Mr Moore is an upright industrious man and would make a good olHcer if Cora Leo of Frankfort is visiting her sister Mrs Lula Chism this week SWEET WILLIAM NOTHING COMPARES To rather Williams Indian Ten for all diseases of tho Liver and Kid neys Stomach und Bowels- It causes a vigorous action of tho Liver tho food HowIcistime Blood makes you well keeps you well It only costs you LOcents to try it In Ton or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 A WORLDWIDE PROGRAM One of tho most distinguishing features of Lyman II Howes always popular moving pictures which will be soon in Frankfort at Capital Thoator in tho near future is their comprehensive ness Mr Howe does not confine himself to any one class of pic tures His scope is world wide and ho gathers his scones from tho uttermost parts of tho globe and depicts incidents of tho mighty ones of tho world in a way that impresses all indelibly on tho mind of every ono Time pro gram therefore is as educational as it is diverting The new pro gram thoroughly covers tho entire domain of presentday lito at homo and abroad It subtly und unconsciously informs every one while it entertains f1FIRST OF TUg BEAUTI FUL On Wednesday morning be tweon 9 and 11 oclock wo had tho first fall of snow of tho sea son It was very slight and molted as it foil According to tho old saw wo will have ton snows this winter as tho first foil on tho tenth of tho mouth hhl I ii t Jt i lJt1f KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Growing Crops Pros pects Etc Ofiico of Commissioner of Agriculture Etc- Frankfort Ky Oct S 1900 Hubert Vrooland Commissioner The month of September was very unfavorable for the prepara tion of ground for sowing wheat and oats and other fall work isI retarded Heavy and continuous rains have delayed tho cutting of corn as also injuring its quality causing it to rot to some extent Tobacco has suffered from exces sivo moisture and much of it which was housed has been dam aged by house burning while that remaining on the scaffolds or still uncut reports indicate a poor quality and considerable loss in weight In the Burley District the estimated yield compared tu 1905 is 90 per cent while the estimate of that housed to October 1 is 77 per cent of the crop In the Dark Tobacco District the es timate of yield compared with 1905 is SO per cent ad tho figures show that the amount housed isi 79 per cont of tho crop The yield of corn over the entire State as compared with last year perscenty on lack of sunshine Report incH into that the acreage of ground prepared for wheat compared with 1905 is only 85 per cent With onIthere is time enough to increase the sowing of this crop materially Fall pastures are the best known for years and nil stock is in good condition Very littlo disease is reported among animals except in 0110 OL two counties where there is some complaint of hog cholera Mules are bringing fancy prices Sheep in good demand Hogs scarce Thero is a generalcomplaint of If You Suffer wifh- Rheumatism Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy Will Bring the Utmost Relief that Medicine Can relyuponHhlumlltlsmLumbalo yearshtiomblned chctnicalswhlch made possible me almost always raHjicertain euro for DitSHOOPSran turn bony jTviWUiWjolnts Into flesh iiratn that Is Impossible drivefrompoisons vtOTlfHrniK whichCaused t a p a n andiwelllnir And flllVllLl5Jy thcu that Is tho of the pain and swelling endfrails where acuro IsvBH possible It is now fortitherterinir today from pains and aches which you experiencelamenessrou who easily become stiff und lame without RiIEUitAPIoaccomplishes results Sold end rccoa ended by IALL DEALERSI t ttt wII t i Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reef yOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD Xroorc r tiE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactoryunder GUARANTEE that means SOME anykindrepainting resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- st3eIler carriage 0IVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President dearth of labor and high wanes In some localities it is almost impossible to obtain good hands at any price OA S 9BABears SlgJature of our IF JJ lC a a A iha e STAMPING GROUND Rev G W Hill pastor of the Baptist Church will confluence a protracted meeting on Monday night October 15 He will he assisted by Rev h M Theobald of Campbellsburg who is said to bo a tine preacher Mr Q A Sparks Auditor of tho Southern Railroad running from St Louis to Memphis is visiting relatives and rionds u his old homo here Mr J S Wash who has been on a business trip to Campton Wolf county has returned homo Ho reports business on the rush Oil coal and gas have been discovered and are being utilized Messrs Palmer it Sinkhom have purchased the building and fixtures 3f the Elmvillo Roller Mills and will move tho whole outfit to their lot recently pur chased from Capt Geo W Whit They bought out Dock Parker giving him flS5U cash Lr tho plant sadovent occurred on Sunday last in tho death of the infant child of Mr Preston Atkins and wife of Cincinnati who worn visiting relatives here Kov G W Hill conducted tit funeral services mind tho babe was laid away in the local cemetery on Monday afternoon Farm work is very far behind But little wheat boon sown and hut little fall plowing dune This week has been an improve mont but it might be better still if a good Pro tollcu wills it There is gonoral complaint among tint farmers that corn in tho shuck and shock is souring The tobacco cut early is doing fairly well although some of it has house burnt Some is still in tho Hold timid will be almost a totnllossIBut after all wo guess wo will C M BKOWXTXG Sec and Teas have enough to eat and wear this year The protracted meeting at Great Crossings Baptist Church closed Saturday with 19adlitions1 by baptism 7 by letter Rev E F Wright of Now Liberty assisted Pastor Cottrell UNO OLD FRIENDS GOOD FRIENDS True lad tried friends of the EarlyIlisers pillslimeyhyJ W Gayle u VitalJQuestionsWhat J Doctor Prescribe What does the Druggist Supply iHealth often balances between these two questions Life itself may depend on the precise fill ing of a prescription with drugs of absolute standard strength Many druggists who fill pre scriptions carefully are not careful about the reliability or potency of the remedies used Wo are careful about both Wo see to it that all our drugs havet1the precise strength they should have anti they are always com pounded with scientific nc curacy J11 W GAYLE 7r gist f ItnA away t CcNt- c ir t t IMARRIE HARRODSOHRELIi In this city on Saturday Mr Wm Ed I Harnul and Mis I Mary Ellen Sot rell were married by Rev A B Ollinn of Ascension Churc- hNEMANMOBBISAt the Catholic Rectory on Wednesday Mr Win C Newman and Miss Grace B Morris were married by Rev leather Thos S Major Mr Newman is an elliciont clerk in the K DtC W H Co anda fine young follow His bride is one of Frankforts prettiest and sweetest girls a graduate of the High School- Iiss Jane Todd Holmes and Maj W A Lutkemeior wore tho attendants The young people loft far a wedding trip East tend will go to housekeeping on Ewing street then they return e When a horse is so overworked it lies down and in other ways declares its inability to go further r you would consider ic criminal to use force Many a tuna of humane impulse who wouldnot willingly harm a kitten is guilty ofcruelty where his own stomach concerned Overdriven over t worked when what it needs is something Ulll twill digest tho food eaten and help tho stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol for Dyspepsia that is sold t I by J W Gaylp GRAND OFFICERS OF ODD FELLOWS The Odd Fellows Grand Lodge which met at Harrodsburg on Tuesday elected tin following officersGrand MnsterW G Hobbs Grand Master D M Bridges Carrollton GrandarclenJohn D Carroll New Castle Grand Secretary R G Elliott LexingtonGrand TreasurerGeo W Mor ris elected for the 48th year Georgetown was selected as the place for the next meeting COLORED WOMAN 117 YEARS OLD DIES Aunt Tans Mitchell a colored Woman aged 117 years who lived nlono in an upstairs roc in Battle Alley was so unfortunate as to have her clothing catch fire on Monday Tho other inhab itants of the house did not know tS1t that she was on fire until the 1smoke came pouring out of tho window of her room When they went there they found the old woman very badly burned She lingered until 4 oclock on Thurs day morning when she passed away The old woman was the widow of Caleb Mitchell who died sev oral years ago The Louisville Tunes and State Journal both printed pictures of t ho man and stated that he lived here when in fact he hud been dead several years These old people were formerly slaves of Col W Eo Hunt of Greenville Miss und the family substantiate tho fact that were each over 100 years of theyI and that they hud been servants in the Hunt family up to tho taking effect of tho emanci pation proclamation Aunt Jane was husband considerably older than horI t A DEAD CUlII think weakly chuckled tho dying miser that a barber would be bettor than a lawyer to draw up my will II Vhy soy they asked Because h Jfci JiledI want my hair cut oTOorfi Amer lean f It uPPlitllegfor tho skim t IJ t jJIi Jitt BIRTHS CROMWELL On Friday to Mr Hugh Cromwell told wife daughterMardis Hq Jr e a LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full line of all the lutes styles in wall pupor Call cold ox atnino sfocJ C lI Bill DGEFOKD Main Stroot Opposite Enuinu House 28tf eeDELIGHTFUL LUISCH The Philathea Glass of Young Ladies of the First Baptist Church served a delightful lunch in the old Chapel in the rear of the church oil Thursday night It was a delightful affair all the de licacies ot the season being served by the thirtylive handsome young ladies who are members of the clasp There was quito a good crowd who took thoir supper with these dainty girls and we are glad to say that a handsome sum was realized for the building fund of the church The ball game Sunday between the local team and the Brldwell Club of Louisville will be the best of the sea son The B rid wells have a strong team The battery for the local team will be Wright and Land SMALL FIRE The alarm of fire yesterday morning was occasioned by the burning ofn feather bed in a house at the north end of Wt Clair street The bed was thrown out the window and the damage to the building amounted to but little AN ORIENTALS SUGGESTION Why said the traveller do you attach so much attention to the dragon Dont you know there is no suchcreature My dear sir answered Mr Li Lo the eminent Chinese phil osopher I often find the Goddess of Liberty depicted on public emblems Yet I have found it impossible to meet the lady per sonally Washington Star Preventics as the name implies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when first feel that a cold ii- condng they chick and prevent them Proventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers HANDED DOWN The cheerful idiot unified at the landlady Did I understand you to say madam that your grandfather was one of the early surveyors who laid out this noble city Yes indeed the good lady replied My grandfather drove his stakes over all this section It was thoughtful him said the idiot as he sawed desperately at his bit of porterhouse it was very thoughtful of him to want to rand down the stakes And he stopped trying to cut his particular stpnkand sunk back exhausted Cleveland Plain Dealer A TASTE FOR DOGS Mark Twain apropos of Decora tion Day talked of war and of the hardships and privations of siegesA Frenchman ho sail called one day on a lady who uglylittlecame near him the man pushedI them out of the way with I perceive sir said the lady vuryfonaThe mUll started in surprise- I not fond of dogs1 he ox claimed Why madam Iutemore than twenty of them during the siege of Paris Dr Weaver Treatment Syrop for the blood Cerate for skin eruption tti it I 1 DEATHS 13RYANTIn this county near Choateville an infant son of Mr Rufus Bryant of meningitis The funeral service were con ducted at the Choateville Chris itian Church on Thursday by Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Church and the re mains were laid away in the Choateville centetor- vIIENDIICKAt the homo of his sisteriilawtttfhe1erraces on Thumlay evening Mr Virginus Jlendrirk aged about 75 years form the infirmities of ago Mr Hondrick had been living here with his Imjthor the Into Rev John R Hendrick for many years Owing to illhealth ho had been a recluse for several years Ho was a Virginian by birthHe leaves one brothor and one sister surviving him KYLEIn this city on Thurs lay night Mr Charles Kyle aged 80 yetis appendicitis Mr Kyle was a jeweler by pro fession and came to this city about a year ago from Mansfield Ohio to accept a position at Sel berts jewelry establishment He was an industrious and up right young man jolly and fullof fun He had only been sickn weok but owing to some heart trouble the physicians Drs Ely Reynolds and Barr were unable to undertake an operation and other remedies proved ineffectual- Ho was a member of the Ma sonic fraternity in Ohio and his brethren of that order attended to him while confined to his bed and looked after the remains HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A tale of horror was told by marks of human hood in the homo of J W Willams a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I began DiscoveryIthave remained well over since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bron chitis and is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free LEFT LEG OKENI By reason of his team running BroadIwayBen F Morrison was thrown out and his loft leg was broken below the knee and the knee dislocated Drs Williams and Mastin reduced thu fracture and put the knee in place und Mr Morrison is doing as well as could be ex pec t tlITlio accident was a very unfor tunate one as Mr Morrison huts a big lot of work on hand SOMETHING NBWI youhaveto allay the inllammation of the mucous membranes The best is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the bowtils drives out the cold It is not now necessary to byIcoughing These qualities are now com bined for the first time in Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by J W Gayle Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purities the blood Cerate heals skin eruption FOR SALE At Lake Pork Place West Side tour building lots river front Enquire on the premises It Tim Kind You Have Always Borjylitt ami vhieli 1Jis been fin use for over 30 ears has l oiuo tho si netnre of 1and Allow ono deceive in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgootl arc uufc jiInlWhaHsCASTORA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PareiiBoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotte isubstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms i and allays Feverishness Ii cures Diarrhoea Wind 9Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures t and Flatulency It assimilates the regulates qa Stomach and Bowels giring Iiealthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears Signature of Tie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CLi1 77 uu PUBLIC SALE October 18th 1906 Horses Mules Bug gies Carts On October ISth at W F Hearnes Livery on Ann street Frank fort Ky beginning at 1030 a m fbr cash or bankable note for sixty days timeOne extra good 3 year old mare one pair extra good big mares two good family horses one seven years old two extra nice 2 year old horses nine good driving horses4 big workhorses one extra good walking horse one pair of 2yearold mulesbest in the country four good 2yearold mules one pair o year old sixteen hands high and ex tra good one pair year old extra good one pair aged extra good two good rubber tire buggies two road one wagonette in good condi tion one good break cart rubber tire three good tire buggies one good runabout two old buggies Bring your stock and put them in these sales Terms 50c to enter and 2 12 per cent additional If sold Satisfaction guaranteed or money funded W HEARNE PRESS THiDUTTON Simplett5areat5areltJlandlet Sjlffilling Pen gUu Slier to splitno clogging or shaking You limply presi the button la the pictureand the pen Write the instant it touch the paper Eagle150 Flashrij with karat solid point fineit ubber and fully guaranteed Eagle Flaah No wjteldbaiHb2SO with goldlsands S300 400 Sold by Stationer and Other Store YOUR DEALER Ifbe EgloFLASH tend the retail direct to ui Each pen absolutely guar anteed Eagle Pencil Co- Manufacturer 377 Broadway New York Imps been made muter hiH per sonal supervision since its infancy y m to you thisi ItJand Constipation Food the the Stable carts steel F r New Past Train T- OCoIorado I a II UTAH ANDS Im1010 m daily Double daily lIervtce- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Agt Louisville XIH C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH EQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATICELECTRIC 1 ilr BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAYI TO ALL JSouth r and Southwestj t ortf IFor lad Rates Addre- ssHC KINO C P It T 111 E Main St Lexington Ky lw OARRETf Oenerai 1aaapr tCiDc1aaatJ W c RINEARSON o P Ai Q 1 i i 7IATTENTION BUILDERS 1 lI jlt NOW IS BMRN BUILDING TIMI BUY BEST Steel Roofing One and Two Ply Fibroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing J Slaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt c 9 cJ307309 Main St P Cr SOWER 307309 Main St RELIGI0U5 ASCKNStOX EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A H Chinn rector will conduct services us follows 9iO n bumluyFchnol a III Prnyer and Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon pmEverybody BAdonisat a m and 7JU p in Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union nt 700 p chapelV on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor being away Rev J M Severance will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 980 a m in the atiPrny rJUeoting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Society meets Tuesday afternoon at oclock Everybody invitedICATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Ed H Bull of Hopklnsvlllo Ky Will preach at n m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Vieiors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 n m Epworth League at 045 p m It Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 Everybodyt invited to attend NIWill conduct a special service at 10 a m There will be no evening service Sundayschool at 945 a m Everybody invited to attend Sundnyieontlnueeveryipreach EARLY MORNING BLAZE d An alarm at 1 oclock yostorj boysJIon tho corner of St Clair and Broadway whore a carelessly i dropped match had sot fire to a lot of dunnage in the rear of the store But for tho timely alarm IItho lire would doubtless have k been a serious one It was quickly textl11guishod and no was IIdone to the DREW buildingII ALL01Ir The various Democratic nomination for posi P tiori on the ballot drow for places at Louisville on Thursday In the Senatorial race Gov J C W Beckham won first place In tho Governors race Gen N B Hays snporil11telldent t I tont Neglect Tour RoofB- UT ONLY THE We carry a Full Line of V Crimp OtI V 0race for Attorney General lion John K Hendriok won In the Commissioner of Agriculture race yroniIn there was only one candidate The first place gives a very decided advantage to the lucky men OA S 1a tit It ABears the A LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Oct la Alexander Charles Baker Florence Bowles Jessie Baker W Cunningham John W Casey Carl- Cunningham R Columbus Harry Cooke Geo Crase Elliott 2 Dean Ben- Dunson Lessie Dorman M Finn Thos- Farlnger Mabel G Greenwell Jack Grimes Geo George Guss Jessup Charles S Sims Mrs Willie Lawrence Sam Letcher Link Narr Pryor Pope MartinIPulliam J C Preston Jeff Pulliam J M Relllay J B O Sparrow J H Smith W H Stonq Henry Sanders Alex The Central City Lumber Co Turner John Truell Mrs Elizabeth Travers r P Travers James A Turner J M West Zacarrow Williams Charles York Dist Co When calling for the above please say advertised lettersI GEO L BARNES P THE LIVER QUARANTINE nis MEALS our IJHurried eating has ruinedmany a mans stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradualoften unnoticed at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give wayand almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It locks in the dis ased germs and body poisons and affords them inviting sonic serious illness qIn famtlieswhere August Floweri used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments U well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and and bInder affec tions No wellregulated family should be without this standard remedy qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle ff rTi tw L1l =OAPT TUOS BRAWNER AN SWERS LAST CALL After undergoing a serifs of ac cidents that would have rushed the spirit of any ordinary titan Cnpt Thomas Brawner of this city meets with the final acci dent which ends his career It seems that Capt Brawner had some contracts for building of brick houses at Greonsburg Green county On Thursday he was traveling in a buggy when the fatal summons canto and he fell to his death Capt Brawuer was upwards of 70 years of age and had met with n number of serious accidents He served in the Confederate army and came out unscathed Later he was following his avoca tion of contractor and bricklayer in Arkansas when he had a fall from a building and was badly hurt being confined to his bed for a long time Recovering he came back to his Kentucky home and undertook the contract for building the courthouse at Rich foJIlowedwas several months After ho recovered he came home and was passing in front of our office slipped on the icy pavement and broke his hip From that time he was perma nently crippled although ho never gave up attending to business and undertook contracts for buildings in various parts of the State He leaves two sisters Mrs Agnes Franklin and Mrs Lavinia Wiard two brothers H K and Tames G Brawner nndn large number of nephews und nieces to mourn his death Ho was a warmhearted brave man whom no danger could ap pall and no misfortune subdue The remains will bo brought hero today and the funeral services will bo conducted from the cemetery chapel by Rev J 0 Vaught of the Methodist Church BUY THE BEST Ifnn article is imitated the original is always best Think it over and when you go to hay that box of salve to keep around the house get DeWitts Haol Salve Good for WitchI totter boils cuts and pilesSoldHANDSOME IMPROVEMENT Mrs A II McClure is putting up a handsome addition to her houso on West Main street When completed it will make very considerable addition to this already desirable property IDeWitt Early Risers The famous Iittlu pill r ial j i STRONG Collar 14 limo as tbi trial or Again Is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Ga saidafter taking Kodol Dyspepsia l Cure Hundreds of otherweak women are being re stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take itIndigestion causes nearly all tho sick WC1menuhave It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nables the stomach and digestivo organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigesticv constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartbum all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat fcottUholdi cent Ihpared FOR SALE BY J W GAYlE AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in This Country- ITINERARY OF TRI P Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Crock Harden of the oils Mnnitmi PIKES PEAK Iraml River Cumin lloyal Jorge ilcuwood Springs Salt Luke City Ogdcu Salt Air Marshall Pass llluck tanon nod six and onehull dins WONDHIFUL YELLOWSTONE IAltK COST OF TRIP Exponses of an ordinary trip of this IUIIIiSpecial Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Loaisro r r Ji l J YfIi 7gIWAp7pfj = 1SPECIAL HflTESjH WT415P7 n SON a ROUTE l 10 t SpringsPueblo Los Angeles and San Dieg- oHOMESEEKERS r RATESfSeason Colonist Rates to California Points AND 1 Great Northwest iDates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 J Ask Us For Full Information 4 J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LUUISVILLE Ky frankfort inoinnati 8U The Midland Route Local Tune Table In Effect June 5th 1905 i A M No82 SUNDAYA MJNot t LV D Frankfort Ari 7 t2OOfI Summit i1117 Elkhorn 06 J 421 Stamping Ground 1103611 6 1916 Duvall 841 J 6 I Georgetown 29 C S J Nuwtown 854 07 a 59175 Cmterville 69 Elizabeth 5 3 M IAn Paris Junctn 8 4- 53L7 Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q tConnects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky UmitraL Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BUT WEBS TVIA 31 A11E IA JIIPM 2J Lr Frankfort Ar 25iBKTWEEX FRAXKFOKT CINCINNATI VIA Pants AVl JI P M 700f1610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KKNTUOK CKXTHAL K POINTS iWPiti I4 ram uort 3A 73JP A Georgetown 7AIU A 028P 3 50A A Paris 342P 111111 A Winchester L 09A 243P 5AjA3hysvitle LI 45A loP 302P SIP A Kiehmoml L 20A 155P UA Cincinnati L 255P 4 GEO B HARPER 0 W HAY Pros nmlGunl hunt G A Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July 1 sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West Southwest HOH A JI anti 014 P 31 lhtilyiFor Washington Baltimore PhilndeN plot Xevv YfItithIl1UIIII Old Pit fiBl Norfolk 1018 41 P M Dale31yr DRAMATIC NEWS Interesting Notes of Notable At tractions Which Come to Capital Theatre This Season t A false statement regarding the intentions of the Independent managers in Now Orleans was given considerable publicity in certain papers last week The article declared that they gave up the Lyric Theatre in the Loijisi ftna metropolis and surrendered the city The fact is the Lyric Theatre is entirely inadequate for the firstclass attractions of the Messrs Shnbert and they ore now building a new theatre in New Orleans to Lo called the Shuhert Theatre which will be by far the handsomest play house in that city It will he thrown open to the public early in October Houses added to tho Independent circuit last week wore tho Nelson Theatre Springfield Mass the Providence Opera House Provil deuce R I and tho Grand Opera House London Out James T Powers will play the part of a British soldier in the Shuberts mammoth production of the English musical comedy The Blue Moon The role has been revised from tho original to the Mr Powers eccentric style of humor Louis Harrison as well as Louise Gunning will bo featured in the Shuberts beautiful presentation EnglishFrenchfwhich opens at the Lyric Theatre l Philadelphia September 1 Andre Messages music is admirably suited to Miss Gunnings splendid Voice Guy Standings debut as a star Under direction of tho Messrs is Shubert will be made in a strong comedy drama entitled A Society Policeman The play will be produced under the stage su pervision of Henry Miller Margaret Anglin previous to the opening of her new play The Great Divide at the Princess Theatre New York on October 1 will visit southern Arizona in searchof local color and prop erties for the production One net of Tho Great Divide represents a cactus ranch and another the roof of the world in the Cordillera Mountains Lady Madcap the highly successful George Edwardes mu sical comedy to be given by the Shuherts next month is one off the few plays of the kind from London that needs very little rewriting to make it suit American demands Lady Madcap is said to be particularly rich in humor Lena Ashwell will play The Shulamito at the Savoy Theatre London up to the very day she sails for America to tour in that sensational drama under manage mont of tho Messrs Shuburt There is no doubt The Shula mite could remain in London all the coming season o great has been its hit but tho American engagement will not permit Julia Marlowe will return from Europe within the next two weeks to begin preparations for her tour with E H Sothern over tho Shu bert circuit She and Mr Sothorn will have the most extensive roper toire of their careers next season t Virginia Harned is in Paris securing gowns for use in her pro duction oflIrrhe Girl In Waiting In th rama win be seen one of the sr millinery dis plays of the 1p t4 QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR PALL Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for Women Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Spanish Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and But ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal Jidare especially attractive R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY KINGS DAUGHTERS CONVENTION The Kings Daughters Conven tion of Kentucky meets in Louis ville Ky November C and 7 All members of the order are re quested to attend MRS NELLIE S COX Corresponding Secretary CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sipaturn of ACCIDENTALLY SHOT SUNDAY ONI Mr Buford Willis son of Mri Kit Willis was out hunting on Sunday last down the river below the 0 F C distillery when he was accidentally shot in the left hand and arm inflicting very serious injuries Dr C A Fish was called and rendered necessary surgical atten tion He hopes to savn the hand The young man is about 25 or 20 years of ago Tho new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of overy Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made for twenty years entirly free Dr Shoop till along has bitterly opposed tho use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babe and it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law bo your protection Wo cheer fully recommend and soil it All dealers ea Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sat genuineLaxativethe remedy that CIIIeII a veld es e day iIt tior 1l iIi fj i J 1J rrfi HI S2SO This Handsome Rocker beauti fully finished ju Oak or Mahogony would be Cheap at double the price asked BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 6 n m to 7 p in and nt 0 und p in Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 n m to 7 p m and at 0 and p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p m and nt 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 6 it m to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m und at 9 and p in E T Phono 010 Homo Phone 274 It T GUNN Manager Itf RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves 540 a In Louisville Accommodation returns 015 p m Train West 035 a m Train West 860 p in Train East 049 n m Train East 420 p in C O Westbound 009 a m Westbound 614 p in Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p in F 0 Leaves for Paris 020 n in Returns 1825 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 790 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent I tJfk1t TWO SPECIALS R ROGERS SONS Elegant Quartered Oak I Irhis we oiler for a few days at price To see it is to buy it LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 9 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DailyI Ex SundI ISon INo1 Daily No8 A PM A M P M II Leave IIIIIArl Ar 7i 25I 0rexlnltton 0I 605 812 120 Winchester 055I 620 821 H25 L E Junction nDS 400 Clay City tI25 j43J003 410 Stanton 815 085 440 Junction 75091I 445 Natural Bridge 74i 855 928 457 Torrent 0i 780 843 1014 518 Beatty ville Junction 707 820- O K Jutio015 253 280 IllrI 545I JuckHou 225 LNos12IUul 3 will iiiuku connections with the 0 O5 ConCampton f Junction and connect Beattyville gSMS88 n Trains laid connect with tho O K Ry for local Y OKKyw CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMINo54 dI Ex No 22I X350 r Stations INoas No DllfhBund tins A M Lye P M LveIAMAr PM M J 980 285 Jackson 880 1126 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 168 Wilhurst 417 1162 162 Hampton 480 1158 128 Lee 610 1222 10I 8481 122 Hetochawa b18 1228 21I106 Cannel City 646 1246 Noa and will make close connection at O a K Junction with NOB 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway If L CONLEY Superintendent 5ia