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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lHE FRANKFORT R0UNiDAB0HT1 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I VOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 13 1904 NO 23 C ueen Lowest Prices Still on Winter Departments R1K1 McCLURE SON 2I22U ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY r DEDICATION Kentucky Building at Worlds Fair to be Turned Over to State by Exhibit Association Tho Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be fittingly dedicated on Saturday of this week February 13 and all citizens of the State and former citizens now residents of other com munities are invited to attend the ceremonies and help give the New Kentucky Homo a rousing housewarmingThe Assembly now in session at Frankfurt has accepted the invitation of the Kentucky Ex hibit Association to be present and the members headed by Gov Beckham will go over to St Louis Friday in a special train tendered the Exhibit Association by the It N R R and Henderson Route The dedication will bo made the occasion of the urinal transfer of the building from the Exhibit As to the Commissioners re 4 cently named by Gov Bockham under the provisions of the act 4making an appropriation of 75000 byfJresentation at the exposition- On Friday night February 12 prior to the departure of the train for the Worlds Fair City a ban quet will be given the Legislators by Louisvilles Commercial organizations Saturdays program in eludes an elaborate luncheon given I by President David R Francis and other exposition officials at the Hall of Congress on the exposi tion grounds before the speech- making etc in the Kentucky Building and a banquet by the Kentucky Society of St Louis at night The dedicatory exercises will em brace a welcome address by Presi dent Francis himself a trans Colonel the tender of the building by President A Y Ford of the Exhibit Association to Gov ernor Beckhnm and his acceptance of same1 WOMENS SYMPATHY 3s Proverbial Frankfort Women no Exception I How riiuoh we owe to the sympa thetio side of womankind others suffer they cheerfully WhenI helping hand tell tto i iJ c New spying styles of these faultless fitting boots received this week Yici Kid and Ideal Kid Leathers in a va riety of styles all at one price 3OOI Prevail Goods jn Many planted means which brought relief to them that you may profit by their ex perience Read to testimony giver here by a Frankfort woman Mrs Margaret Weitzel of 818 Mero St wife of Lucas Weitzel It saysForfrom a persistent aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys At times my back was so bad that I could hardly sit still get up or down or lift anything nightitrest comfortably ana when I first arose in the morning I felt tired and worn out secretions wore irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing deposited a tienvy sediment I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised GayloslrugIn a few days I noticed that the secretions had assumed a natural appearance rhn pains and aches loft me ami I folt as well as ever after completing the treatment Nothing pltiurffcs mo morn than to speak a word in favor of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price f0 cents FosterMil burn Co Buf fain N Y sole agents for the United Status- Remember the name Doans and take no substitute y UP HILL AND DOWN DALE Time trolley cars run every hour botwecfh Lexington Paris and Oeorgetown Low rates and fast time TEACHERS MEETING The teachers of Franklin county are requested to meet at the office of the County Superintendent this Saturday morning at 11 oclock LUCY PATTIE Supt IN CASE OF ACCIDENT Accidents will happen Mother strains her back lifting a sofa Father is hurt in the shop Children are forever falling and bruis preIs but their worst consequences are averted with Perry Davis Painkiller No other remedy approaches it for time relief of sore strained muscles IorryDavis ATTENTION FARMERS The attention of farmers desiring to purchase good well hrokon mules is called to the advertisement of the Mason d Hogo CoI muleslforWednesday next at the farm of Wood Bros near Wood lake ATTENTION FARMERS To the Farmers of the Seventh Congressional District Below is a list of tho Farmers Bulletins which I will take great pleasure in furnishing to my con stituents upon application In ordering give subject and num bore Very obediently SOUTH TRIMBLE 16 Leguminous Plants Pp 24 Barnyard Manure Pp 32 22 Ppaa24 PlaguePp25 Peanut Culture anti Uses Pp 24 27 Flax for Seed and Fiber Pp Weeds and How to Kill Them Pp 32 20 Souring and Other Changes in Milk Pp 23 30 Grape diseases on the Pacific Coast Alfalfa or Lucern Pp 24 a Silos rind Silage Pp 33 Peach Growlngf or Market Pp 24 84 CookingPp35 Potato Culture Pp 24 3 PpIfi87 Kafir Corn Culture and Uses Pp 31 Spraying for Fruit Disease Pp 12 3i Onion Culture Pp 31 40 Farm Drainage Pp 24 42 Facts About Milk 20 43 Pp3u44 Commercial Fertilizers Pp 24 45 Insects Injurious to Stored Grain 112446 Irrigation in Humid Climates Pp 27 47 Insect Affecting tho Cotton Plant Pp 3 48 The Manuring of Cotton Pp 16 40 Sheep Feeding Pp 31 60 Sorghum as u Forage Crop Pp 20 51 Standard 48 Varieties of Chickens 11I 52 The Sugar Beet Pp 53 How to Grow 18I54 Some Common Birds 55 Time Diary Herd Pp 50 Experiment Station WorkI Pp 57 Butter Making on the Farm Pp 10 58 CropPp59 Bee Keeping Pp 32 60 Methods of Curing Tobacco Pp Asparagus Culture Pp 40 16I 62 Farm Produce Pp 23 04 Ducks nnd Geese Pp 4s 05 Experiment Station WorkII Pp 60 Meadows and Pastures Pp 23 Thu Black Hot of tho Cabbage Pp 09 PPH70 Insect Enemies of the Grape Pp 28 7J Essentials in Beef Production 72 Cattle 24 Ranges of the PPI Pp 31 73 Experiment Station Work IV 74 Illkns Food Pp 39 7 The Grain Smuts Pp 20 75 Tomato Growing Pp 30 77 The Liming of Soils Pp HI 7d Exixrlment Stntion WorkV PPI il Exi Pp2STho Peach Ttvlg borer Pp 10 Corn Culture in the South Pp 24i 82 Time Culture of Tobacco Pp s4 83 Tobacco Soils Pp 23 84 Experiment Station Work VII PIII 85 Fish as Food Pp 30 SIt Thirty Poisonous Plants Pp 12Ia7 Experiment Station Work VII Pp 42 88 Alkali Lands Pp 23 bll Cowpeas Pp 92 PPIII30 93 Sugar as Food Pp 27 04 The Vegetable Garden Pp 24 Ii5 Good Roads for Farmers Pp 47 lie liaising Sheep for Mutton Pp 48 97 Experiment Station WorkX Pp II1p99 Insect Enemies of Shade Trees Pp 100 Hog in the South 40 II10J32 104 Notes on Frost Pp 24 105 Experiment Station Work XlijPp 32 100 Breeds of Dairy Cattle Pp 48 107 Experiment Station Work XIII Sallvhushes 108 20 Farmers Reading Courses Pp 20 110 Rico Culture in the United States Pp 28 111 Farmers Interest in Good Seed Pp24 112 Bread and Bread Making Pp 19 113 The Apple and How to Grow It Pp 32 Experiment Station WorkXIV Pp s8 phi Hop Culture in California Pp 27 Pp4s117 Sheep Hogs and Hones in the Northwest Pp 28 118 PISJ119 Experiment Station Work XV 11811119 Experiment Station WorkXV Pp 3l 120 Insects Affecting Tobacco 82 Boons Peas ruts other Legumes as Food Pp 3I193 Experiment WorkVI 83I123 Bo forPurohnlien VIIPp125 Protection of Food Products from Injurious Temperatures Pp 4t trifk 120 FarmBuildings127 Important Insect olds Pp 42 123 Eggs nnd Their Uses as Food Pp 32 Sweet Potatoes Pp 40 130 vilPpofOleomargarineButter Pp 139 WhentPp40133 Experiment Station Work XVIII Pp 83 134 Tree Planting in Rural School Grounds Pp 38 185 Sorghum Syrup Manufacture Pp 40 136 Earth Roads Pp 24 137 ThflAngom Goat Pp 48 138 GardenPp139 Emmer A Grain for the Semiarid Regions Pp 16 140 Pineapple Growing Pp 48 Poultry Raising on the Farm Pp 142 The Nutritive and Economic Value of Food Pp 48 143 The Conformation of fleet and Dairy Cnttle Pp 44 141 Experiment Station Work XIX Pp 32 145 Carbon Bisuplhldens an Insecticide Pp2814A and Fungicides Pp 16 147 Winter Forage Crops for the South Pp 35 148 Celery Culture Pp 82 140 Experiment Station Work XX Pp32liNew anl1Pp 24 Dairying In the South Pp 48 152 Scabies In Cattle Pp 24 153 Orchard Enemies in the Pacific Northwest Pp 89 154 Tho Fruit Garden Preparation and Carp Pp 20 How Insects Affect Health in Rural Districts Pp 30 Hili The Home Vineyard Pp 24 157 The Propagation of Plants Pp 24 158 IrrigationDitches159 Scab in Sheep Pp 48 Game Laws for 1002 Pp Practical Suggestions for Fruit Growers Pp 28 103 Experiment Station WorkXI Pp 32 BollI101 U a Forage Crop Pp 16 I1B5 Culture of the Silkworm Pp 39 160 Cheese Making on the Farm Pp 10 39I1fie 16 169 Experiment Station Work XII Pp 82 170 Principles of Horse Feeding Pp IiI The Control of the Codling Moth Pp 24 CItrusI175 unIflrmented170 177 Squab Raising Pp 32 178 Insects Injurious in Cranberry Cal ture 179 Horseshoeing Pp 180 Game Laws for 1903 Pp 56 Pruning Pp 39 182 as Food 183 Meat on the Farm Butchering curing etc A LITTLE LOSSI lOf flesh and strength little harp r obstinate cough and a little pain in the chest may not mean galloping consumption but they are signs that prudence will not neglect A few doses of Allens Lung Balsam cause a free discharge coughItaccomplished GREAT DAMAGE TO BARNS fef The tornado of Sunday morning inflicted great damage to farmers and tobacco growers throughout the county Some fifty tobacco barns in different portions of the county were blown down and their lnItirolTho Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church ea new bulling was par tially unroofed The big tobacco barn of our friend Mr Len Blytho at the edge of this county and Shelby county was totally destroyed We are happy to say that no lives were lost and no stock killed so far an we could learn AN EARLY RISER- A strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen tho action of the liver and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ Little Early Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that are satisfactory in all oases Sold by J W Gn le OABTOnJABeari the A the line QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER As n rural play U Quincy Adams Sawyer which delighted a large audience at the Park Theatre last evening seems destined to follow in the primrose path of The Old Homestead Shore Acres and UWay Down East Although dif fering in numerous respects from any one of this famous U Bgosh trio it still possesses some of the 1 most essential features of their popularity Quaint homely humor broad fun a sufficiency d of sentiment and a wholesome moral tone spell success in U Quincy i Adams Sawyer In its previous j visit to this city last season Justin Adams adaptation of theTiovel by Charles Felton Pidgin with iti story of the young Boston lawyer who seeking rest at Masons Cor ners finds there anything but retpose either in the affairs of busirness or the heart was found to possess marked footlight effectiveness 1 This impression was still ifurther deepened by tho excellent 1 presentation at the Park last even ing Both cast and scenic effeotvare all that could be desired Com hl YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a had cough Use Ballurds Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure ilWeitzol8 NEWiSPRING GOODS 1 Arriving Daily You Should Call and See Our Large Stock o- fGinghams I Percales and White Shirt Waists GoodsxThe largest lino we have iowestn G Kagin i BIO 41 St Clair St at Bridge PERSONAL Mr U G Higdon went to Owens boro yesterday Miss Mamie Cogar of Midway spent Monday here Mr Berry Howard of Bell coun ty was here Saturday Miss Christine Bradley of Louis yule was hero this week Mr Luther C Willis of Sholby vllle was hero this week Mrs Jas T Buford was called to Maysvillo on Saturday Hon Frank P Straus of Louis ville was here on Tuesday Hon N T Utley of Eddvyille was a visitor here this week Hnn John S May of Somerset was it visitor hero this week Col Sam J Stone late State Auditor was in the city this week Mrs Yeba Hewitt Matthews of- New Castle was here this week Col Geo G Fetter of Louis ville was in the city on Tuesday Col Gabe Addams of Crab Orchard was in the city Monday Judge L H Jones of Winches ter was a visitor here on Tuesday Mrs Sue Graves wont to Mr Sterling yesterday to visit friends Judge Reuben Gudgell of Ow ingsville wns in the city of Tues dayMrs John D Carroll of New Castle was a visitor hero this week fits W P Thorn Jr of Em inence was a visitor hero this weekDr 1 C Hollinger of New Albany Ind was in the city on Sat urdayJudge Albert S Berry to tall sycamore of the Licking wits here IL Edolen went to Cin cinnati Monday morning on legal business President 1 IC Patterson of A M College Lexington was here Thursday Hon Jas N Kehoe Congress man from the ttth District was here this week Miss Maragrot Dudley has re turned from a visit to friends in LouisvilleRev B Adams and Mrs Martha Adams went to Louisville on Thursday Hon David H Smith Congress mun from the 1th District was here this week Mr Chas J Clark the well known architect of Louisville was here this week j Mr Guy H Brings and wife have gone to Now Orleans Lu to attend the Mardi Gras Mrs L Samuel of Shelbyville visited her daughter Mrs D P Davi this week Cola John G Craddock of the KentuckianCitizoH Paris was in the city this week Miss Jennie Tyler of Louisville was the guest of Miss Rebecca Johnson this weekIMrs C Gran Graham attended the BryantWeakley wedding at Bagdad this week Col John T Shelby of Lexing ton was in attendance upon ttiu courts here tnis week Miss Susie Hawkins of Midway was the guest of Misses Emmie and Hattie Scott this week 1Prof William Patterson of lien tucky State College Lexington was here on Wednesday Misses Nell and Tattle Thomas attended the BryantWeakley wedding at Bagdad this week Miss Flora Fugasi of Lexing ton i the guest of Mr C Fugaxi and wife Broadway street fMiss Georgia Hawkins of Carroll county is the attractive guest of her sister Mrs Capt Riley Mrs Win Cheatham of Louis vine was the guest of her sister firs Guy Barrett this week i Mrs Chits Ward of Cincinnati la hu guest of her laughter Mrs R B Jillson Third Avenue Miss Leah Wallace of Shelby ville was the guest of her brother Mr Tom Wallace this week Miss Maude Arnold wont to Louisville Sunday to he thu gueht of her sister MrsJ E Gaines Prof J Thos tines of Crescent Hill was the guest of his brother I Judge R K Gaines Saturday Mss Amelia Pryor of Carrollton was called here by the death of her slstoiinlaw Mrs M1 Pryor Miss Irma Ltibrot lies returned from a visit to her brother Mr Sylvester Labrot in Mississippi Mr Howard H Farmer who tins been living in Pennsylvania has returned to his homo near Farm dale Mr Jus M West of Dayton- a Ohio was tho guest of his parents Capt r T West and wife this C Gran Graham of Coving ton wins jailed hero by the illness of his cousin Prof Wayland Gra Jiaui on Monday We are glad to t d say tin t Prof Graham is very much improved Mr loo FjeCompte of Lexington was here on Tuesday Miss Heade Stodfjfll oi Madison villo who tads Iwon the guest of Miss Xarr Nunu has returned loin Mr Tapp of Hill Top Trimble count wilts called here by the death of his daughter Mrs il1 Annie Abbett who has been visitinu friends in Florida returned home Thursday night on the C O train Capr Julian Kersey of Louisville eamo hero on Monday with the corpse of his sisterinlaw Mrs GordonMr H Grant of St Louis Mo WAS the guest of his parents Mal J Alex Grant and wife on SaturdayMr S Magi of Pittsburg Penn was a visitor here this week A pretty girl can draw a fellow a long way Mr Richard C Head of Stamp ing Ground passed through here this week on his way home from OklahomaMrs Hobson entertained on Monday night in honor of Miss Robertson It was a very enjoy able affair Mr Dan E OSullivan the newlyfledged attorney was wav hereIonspent Sunday guest of Mrs Fannie Thompson Ewing street Irs C C Spalding and daughter are guests ft her hus band Hon C C Spalding at the Capital Hotel Mr Carl Kagin left Thursday for New York City to buy their spring stock fur the enlarged store of this enterprising firm Dr Frank Thompson went to Borca on Monday to make that place his home in future He ban charge of a big drug store Misses Harriett and Shelby Dar nell of Lexington and Miss Elise Warnoek of Louisville were guests of Mrs Sum T Shackelford this week Mr Russell S Penn who at tending Georgetown College spout Saturday Sunday and Monday with his parents Mr Si Penn and wife in this city VALENTINE PARTY The Junior Auxiliary of Ascen sion Church will hold their annual Valentine Party at the Parish huuse today Saturday February 18th from 3 to 6 p in Admission Adults 10 cents children 5 cents Loom End Sale Feb 13 to 20 Silks Dress Goods Ribbons Laoes White Goods and Em broideriesF J Heeney CAPITOL APPROPRIATION BILL A LAW At 10HO oclock on Saturday mornings the Governor signed the hill providing for now capitol buildings and appropriating lj000000 for the erection thereof So at last the agony is over and we will have a new capitol Thank God IKodoS Dyspepsia Cure 1Dlge ts what yon cat iSiler flute thai Years Your Spoons tt Forks etc will he per J fection in durability- beauty of design end brilliancy of finish If they are selected from pat terus stamped r 1847 Rogers Bros Remember 184 ytake no sub dilute There are other Roger- sbutlikeailbuitetionsthey lack the merit and value with the original aid genuine ucerwrtaIV Sold by lending everywhere s wJLo FOR SALE BY HI H SELBERT Leading Jeweler II II FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER 1 J rA CORNER IN IJABORI That vigorous student of and Capital Ray Stannard has a whanging article on IJaborl ation in San Francisco in Hilary McClures After out The New Industrial Conspir acy in Chicago exposing the Trusts New Tool in New York Mr Baker wending his way to the city of the Golden Gate stumbled there upon conditions still more novel still more startling fraught with yet deeper menace and forth with he has seized his pen and in his usual searching fearless style has given the results of his investi gationThe singularity of the situation in San Francisco is that there it is no steel nor steamer nor petroleum which is monopolized Mr Ba ker finds thnt it is Labor that is concerned San Francisco is in the grasp and at the mercy of the most powerful union organization that has ever existed The unions own the Mayor the city government and practically everything else The nonunion man has ceased to exist He has gotten out to some other place as a labor leader termed itnnll that other place has proved to be not another city but the heavenly regions above With everybody unionized from musi cian to gravedigger and peanut buy with the labor from other cities kept out by a careful system of pessimistic publication and strikes sure of success with a union Mayor who will not call out the police the San Francisco workman soon found himself in clover and today a lather gets his ten dollars a day while even the hodcarrier gets three and a half for eight hours work and ills ink the industrial city of the United States the cheapest to live in The results of the situation Home amusing some ominous are related by Mr Baker with his usual good sense and the article is certainly a most remarkable one THE FEBRUARY CRITERION Always full of interesting and en- tertainIng matter bound to hold the readers attention The Crite rion for February is a number of unusual brilliancy and charm Among the important articles worthy of especial note are Parsifal by Rev Howard Duffleld D D a prominent New York clergymans expression of opinion in regard to the famous Wagnerian opera now attracting ranch attention Kath urine Louise Smith writes a de lightful and instructive paper nil the Into French artist Jean Leon Geionv one of the greatest on gineurlng feasts of the ago Is ably discussed by Alexander Htiino Ford in his article The Coming Era of InterContinental Railways Katharine Mctealf Hoof contributes a critical paper of more than or dinary insight on the Dramatic Problem in Opera thu warlike situation in the far gust adds a distinct value to the graphic de scriptions of Patrick Vaux in his Ironclads in Action Thu nuinlnr contains some strong wholesome and welltold short stories Among then John Bun notts unique aloof 1uclo and UIooltJ1ann story jf a fight between a Mocasin and It Turtle The Little Lady Sophia of Soho by Mabel Wagnells an In f JOJ cident woven around Whistlers LightIlning riched with other bright entertains lug stories and some exceedingly good poetry by well known maga zine writers The Book Depart ment contains as usual its resume of ourrrent publications The num ber is well illustrated and presents a fine typographical appearance THE CRITERION PUBLICA TION CO 150 Fifth Ave New York City One dollar a year 10 cents a copy Old mother Nature has never been improved upon sometimes Silo needs a little assistance over hard places though But when wo assist her the nearer we keep to her own methods and processes the better Sometimes the digestive organs need help wo have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in tho stomach hence the best help to digestion is pepsin The pleasant est and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in Walthers Peptonized Port and sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky in that form The port is itself a valuahle tonic Small size 60 cents large size 100 THE OLD RELIABLES COMING AGAIN The HowardDorset Co which will play a return engagement at the Capital Theatre February 18 19 and 20 needs no press commendation as the popular repertoire company is so well known to the theatrecroern of Frankfort that words of praise from the press would seem superfluous The illus trated songs and uptodate mov ing pictures operated bytile Pen slant sure the best in the coun try nnd are in themselves alone worth the price of admission 10 20 and 30 cents It is doubtful if the theatre will accommodate the people that will desire to witness the four performances to be given by the popular company at Capital Theatro next week Romenber the dates and prices SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY By taking the trolley between Lexington Georgetown and Paris Fast time low rates and cars every hour nr Cartyfl fomlHron JLowicrfl art jiut what a horse needs when in but jmlition Tonic blood purifier um vinifaga They are not food bu icdiyine and the best in use to pUt n iiorso in prime condition Price 2f cents per puckngo For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle IVutun srxtaa a asensnaocrur r esnl N OTCEW- ork Mules for Sale Frankfort Ky Feb n 1U04 Wo will oiFer for solo at public auction next Wednesday 17th in stunt Ju or uo wellbroke mules illterIeltSale on Wood Bros farm near Woodlnko Ky ii2lt MASON HOGS CO w HAVE YOU INDIGESTION If you have Indigestion Kotiol Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It hits cured thousands It is curing people every day everv hour You owe It to yourself to gave it a trial You will eonitnue to suffer until you do try it There is none other combination of digestants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kudol does both Rode cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by J W Gayle HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO How about the West or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE j HENDERSON ROUTE You cant get better service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTH WEST 1Getthe Henderson Route habit ROUNDTRIP HOME SEEK ERS AND ONEWAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us first GEO L GARRETT Trav Pjjissgr Agt IJJ IRWIN Genl Passgr Agr- Louisville Ky iFra foItlGinGinnatrug The Midland Route J Local Time Table In EflVct January 11 1904 Ii It 11A11t DAILY KXUKfi N FM 11I211701 Elkhorn 706 Awit1crIf 6 68 4ib5 Johnson 6 liIf Georgetown 2 C S De of J 0 2itsm 05 Kewtown 4 007 f 18It Centorville 5 17It EllzHhothIf IP 5 55 a 817 Paris Junctn It 645 lIii Iff Paris fLvlII R f Connects nt Georgetown Union Depot wlthQ VSt ICOllnoctri nt PariH Union Depot with Kentucky ut Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT ft CINCINNATI VIA P M M PM AMI1A00 0 ro Lr Frankfort Ar 20 M ILv Georgetown Arl 6 6 ho IArCinabuuttt 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAHIS P M Lv Frnnkfort Ar rb600 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 jfKENTUCKY CENTRAL R POJNTArFrankfort 720 P JAIL Georgetown LhA 826 P OOPI6 Paris 5421 0 Winchester L 245P 8 IA Maysvillo Li 15P A 502P 7 20PIJ2 54P A Richmond L 7 160IlP A Cincinnati L 265P B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON and Gent Supt G P A n IltI s D JOHNSON CO-t SPECIAL AUCTION ON MONDAY fED I5of CHINA AND GLASS p TLTL7lIR1T On Monday evening at 730 oclock we will have a recordbreaking sale of China and Gllass Every piece of China and Glass in the house will be put up starting the more expensive pieces at half price as usual Any one knowing our stock of China anti Glass knows that this is a chance of a lifetime I SPECIAL SALE OF NEW EMBRIODERIES Beginning on Tuesday Morning February 16th 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash Lff t u THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyColds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughIh 4jTrial bottle free r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn Rector Sunday Fob 14 1904 t All services will bo hold in tne chapel 11 n m Morning Prayer followed by Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer and SermonSundayschool at 930 a in Wednesday at 780 Even ing Prayer told Lecture At 7HO Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool losson Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Morning subject The Happiness of Being Poor Night subject Has Christ a Living Message to Modern Life The night topic is the first of a series of sfrmons on tho general subject Christ Crucified and tho Forces of Modern Life Sundayschool at 945 a m the ohapol inI Homo Department and Class Tniicht by Mr S E ton superintendent Adults and strangers Invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 030 p in in tho chapel A special praise service Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 oclock in the ohapelucEr in the city cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie tho Pastor will preach at a in and 730 p m Night subject Philip Slater 4 Fall tho Groat Educator- Sundayschool at 930 in the chapel r Christian Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the chapel PresidenttPrayermeeting Wednesday oven Intr at 780 in the chapel Topic What the First Psalm TeachesThe Endeavor Society will meet in tho chapel at 880 oclock Friday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in theAcity i SOU1HERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe thy Pastor will preach at a m and f 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m l Young People Society at 080 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 invited to attend 1JEverybody CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector ff Low Mass 780 a in t High Muss at 10 a m V at 780 p in Sundayschool at 2 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoClusky w WilliprenoiI 1f7M3C1feSSfd4lsm7f Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p in Time public is cordially invited ty attend METHODIST CHURCH R o C Nugent tho Pastor will- prenoh at 11 a m an d 730 p m Sundayschool 980 a m- Pravormeoting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed- Y M C AThero will bo meet ins at tho Y AL C A on Sunday afternoon at the Y M C A for boys at 230 and for men at 380 All boys and non are invited RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE One Haute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills tho mictobe which tinkles the mucous membrane causing the cough rnd at the same clears the phlegm draws out the in flainma tion and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards oil pneumonia anti is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable OroupOneto take harmless and good Gayle for young and old Sold by alikeI LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for tho week ending Saturday Fobruary 13th Babcock Robert Bell Mrs T A Bixler Mr Lawrence Davis Casey r1110111115i Gill Lenin Graves Mrs Lizzie M Hay nes JHerndon G C Jackson Dave Johnson G Jt Kash Emmet Martin Ron h Mills Mr Tona Nowah Mr B Pitman W H Pulliam O D B 2 Ray Miss Georgia Pulley W Rosloy Sundorbruck Semonis 1Ii GIThomas E Thomas 11IWatson Mr Webb Miss Williams Miss Mary Persons calling for the above let tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M MORPHINE What Is To Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victims Can They Bo Cured This question is agitating the minds of tha host ministers doctors und thinking men of today There are over a million drug users in tho United States alone and the num ber is rapidly increasing All unite in saying that a reliable euro is tho only salvation This is no ordinary ordinarydrugsnow otter our treatment which we guarantee will cure any case of Morphine Opium Laudanum Co caine or other drug habit or refund your money To any person suffering from this dreadful disease wo will send a trial package of our treatment absolutely free Write All correspondence strictly confidential in plain onvelupos Address Manhattan Therapeutic Association Dopt B 1185 Broadway Now York City FOR SALE ApplyytoJAS W WHITEHOUSE u- afr J MARRIED SIMMSHAYDON In Lexing ton on Friday Mr R L Simms of Wootllnke and Miss Kate Hay don of Peaks Mill wore married by Rev W H Allen of tho Christian Churo- hJ3RYANrPIERCEAt the rest deuce of the officiating minister on Wednesday Mr Rufus H Bryant and Miss Mary Pierce were married by Rev George Darsie WINGATEJONES this city too Wednesday Mr Cyrus Wingate Jr and Miss Fannie Jones wero married thisIWhito and Miss Estella T Lancas ter both of this county were inai ried by Esq Geo B Thomson at his cHlu- eWEA1CIEYBRYANTAt the Bagdad Christian Church Tuesday evening February 9th 1904 by Rev George Darsie Mr S R Weakley of Sholliyville and Miss Katharine E Bryant of Bagdad Mr Weakloy is a welltodo young farmer and Miss Bryant the ac complished daughter of tho well known Bagdad merchan- tGHAHArOCONNORJr las Graham and Miss Kathryn OCon nor will be united in marriage at the Parsonage of the Catholic Church by Rev Fattier Major on Tuesday next February 10th Mr Graham is u resident of Louisville and in tho employ of the Louisville it Nashville Railroad while Miss OConnar is the daughter of Mrs Lucy OConnor of High View STAMPING GROUND Mr Richard C Head who has boon prospecting in Oklahoma re turned homo Monday afternoon Mr John B Smith is wearing a brond smile these days Its a boy Alexander Kellyborn February 3d There was a pretty stiff storm passed over this section on Sunday belonJinCrossings pike was blown down W01OIMeasles are very prevalent just now Quite a number of families are suffering from this disease By report from Harmony Owen county we learn that the storm of Sunday morning blow down tho big barn of Mr Win Watson in which wore sheltered about 100 sheep There were 25 killed and nanny others crippled The Duvall family is again called CoIOweuton on ilay from rheuima tism MessrsT D H and Al M Duvall were called there on Satur d fly Mr Geo E Duvall has accepted the position recently vacated by Mr James Spurlook in the big store of Mr B S Culvert Mr Duvall is an old hand at tho business Wo rouret to know that Mr James Spurlock who hUH boon with Mr B S Calvurt has resigned and will return to Lexington Mo to liveOn Wednesday of last week the thermometer showed 4 degrees above zero Saturday it showed 72 degrees Considerable of a change UNO 04S T 0arABears SJinaturo of 11ho n SourStomach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes stomachKodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick endStrength to the Weak Bottles timesthePrepared by B DeWitt Co Chicago For sale by J W Gnyle drug gist HUSTLE IS THE SLOGAN The Kentucky Commissioners to tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition A Y Ford Louisville Chas C Spalding Lebanon W H Now man Louisville WlI Cox Mays ville Sum P Jones Louisville Clarence Dal It in Louisville W T Ellis Owenshoro Chums E Hogo Frankfurt J B Roles Hardstown A G Caruth Louis yule Samuel Grabfelder Louisville Garrett S Wall Mnysville W J Worthington Greenup M H Crump Howling Green B L D Guity Morgantown met last week in Louisville and organized by the election of the following officers President A Y Ford VicePresident Chas C Spalding Secretary and Director of Exhibits R E Hughes It WH unanimously decided to carry out without change or intei ruption the plans of tho Kentucky Exhibit Association which has for fourteen months been energetically at work to erect a State building anti provide exhibits of the States products resources and industries at tho Worlds Fair As al least ono month will be eon sumed in tho installation of exhib its all material intended for ells play from Kentucky should ho in St Louis by April Itlw exposi tion opens April 20 This menus that exhibits not shipped dirt to the exposition from point of origin should be in Louisville where car load lots mire being made up by March 15 Exhibitors are urged to hustle No time must bo lost A days delay now is equal to a months delay a year ago Dyspepsia bane of human exist mice Burdock Blood Bitters euros it promptly permanently Rogu mui touts the alto ANNOUNCEMENTS Central R R IIllinois TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific fe S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin oinnati Friday morning leave St noonII1rivea in leave Saturday 200 p m arriving at Havana Monday morn onewaythroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba 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 concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond k Whitcomb will leave Chicago Filday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Orleans including a stopover for the MardI Gras also from Chicago Fri lay March 4th for California via time Illinois Central and New Orleans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sinus to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati everyVedneslay MARDI GRAS orrFoblulU Orlenuslocal ticket moot will bo able to advise you NEW OB LEAKS A delightfully clt for tourist to visit Wintertourist rates now in elfecftt Double daily service und fast ste nhoated vesti bule trains with t rough ears lJuttotlihrlUsll1okl11g car indiutugbook on New Orleans GULFPORT MISS atGulfportlu f Coast has L50 rooms single or buthSteamtelephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping aln route at Memphis into through forillustratedport and time hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK SAFIcoofhonlthFULL PARTICULARS onnbotral or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW II P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChicagoJNOMemphis as rsu cucuww iFpGSJaL7ALL1Yi1JYT P franIcfDnfl untlaODUi d WttutUtll ut thc wOlo ikt at IankIt ItlllIndtlao IlIlIilllj niiiui- JQEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 13 1903 f BALTIMORES TRRWI BLE BAPTISM OF FIRE On Sunday morning a fire broke 2outat oclock in one of the big crest wholesale dry goods houses of Baltimore Md and raged for ii twentyoight hours without cessation before it was gotten under con trol There were To block largely con 1fsisting of wholesale houses de r4stroye1 involving a loss of about f 123000000 direct with about half as much more Indirectly in the loss of business 4Luckily the residence portions of were spared and thus thei1 misery and woe that visited tho noted Chicago fire was spared this 1sorely stricken people j Some 50000 people are thrown out of employment and of course e there will bo a vast amount of suf ferlngi steps have been taken all over the country looking to render ing assistance to those needing it It is feared that many insurance companies may bo put out of busi newsrtBEAUTIFUL BUILDING t Splendid AudiencesGreat Re fopeningIf The First Baptist Church of this city WHS formally reopened on Sun day morning last The beautiful house was literally 1packed to the doors with an audi ence composed of some of tho best people of our city and quito a num her of visitors from other points Rev Dr E C Dargan of the Southern Baptist Theological Sem inary was tho preacher of the oc- t casion and for forty minutes he hold the undivided attention of the vast assemblage as in plain and simple language yet as vivid as lightning in its flashes of oratory he told tho old old story which over has and always will have the power to make men feel belle e and tremble and at the same timee fill the souls of believers with new trust in tho unchanging Christ At tho conclusion of tho sermon in a few appropriate words Dr Dargan invited any of the congregation who felt so disposed to con theIamount tho handsome building upon whose remodeling and beautillcation he heartily congratulated the people In about fifteen minutes souse J00 was subscribed for the pur pose indicated and the congrega tion was dismissed with the bUll e diction At THO p m another tremendous Audience greeted the grand preach 5 er ns he in tender words told aglLinI I tho simple story of redeeming love ns living and hvcathini in the lives of men In burning words he urged andLcyomon and to amount to something buyout a mere existence ewer it moving in the humblest walks of life ti Dr Dargan added immeasurably to his already splendid reputation hs a preachei of tho plain and prac tical gospel of otir LorI and his jjights of oratory were always held t ubject to his theme in that Christ k vwtts the all and in all tho hope of X gluey The special music rendered by the choir of the church assisted by yjr Ramsey of Louisville was delightfully sweet und appro priate while every one of the sung was an old and fa jiilliar one told tho vast volume of that rolled up from the voices was something 11lIIuHlc hoard in these days when h of the church singing is holr only 1OAhout tho happiest people in out r city on Sunday were the brilliant young pastor Rev 11 B Adams who leas labored so long for this i nod tho hard workers of andthesacrificed so much to build this it beautiful and attractive addition t to tho public buildings of this city t This people have sot a high 5IIlld it behooves them to = = Badl Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me ayslead3fromhereditaryCure is lint only a lIlt heart regulator t is a blood tnnic which fp corrects and regulates the hearts action enriches the withilluhisc letter follows and greatly improve your general health DrMilesr commend them as the best remedies for e diseases they are recommended to cure Aden began takng these medicines writhed scarcely pounds my nerves wire badly shattered and my heart troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm ml shoulder had difliclty in sleeping n mv left tide had mothering spells palpitateIsiiftci mp great distress and was so restless daytiolymy nsrves are steady as a die I sleep well rat well and wcijjh 163 pounds 101 happy looneyiCenterTexas hotIeressJrsee to it that they live up to that standard in tho future- A delightful little incident of the exercises was the receipt of the following telegram from the only living expastor of this church Petersburg Va Fob 0 1904 First Baptist Church Frankfort Ky SS Your only ex pastor rejoices with you today Phillippialls 136 W C TAYLOR The following is the passage of myGodyou always in every supplication of mine on behalf of you all mak ing my supplication with jay for your fellowship in furtherance of the gospel from the first day until now being confident of this very thin that He who began n good work in you will perfect it until tho day of Jesus Christ An appropriate response was made by order of the church After the storm and stress of the arly morning the sky cleared away the sun shone out brightly und the air was frost and crisp A finer winter day could nut have heel asked for- STRANGE WKATHER Friday night the weather turned suddenly warmer Iud by noon of Saturday the thermometer showed 12 degrees ft remained sickenly warm until oclock Sunday morn ing although the thunder and lightning had commenced at 1J oclock Saturday night and time wind had risen until at the hour named above It had reached tho dimensions of a hurricane rile wind roared and howled through the streets signs and Shutters were dashed hither anti yon unary panes of glass wore broken a hit chimney on tho Mansion HotiH block corner of St Clair and Main streets wus leveled with the roof tho tin roof on a big ware house at the John CJoehran Co distillery was torn oil and rolled up the tin roof of the Stuart Home at Farmdale was rolled up like a curtainDuring this time the rain poured In torrents in so much tint itI forced its way under tile tin of the armory situated in tile third story of the building noxt door to this otlice but no damage was done to the interior The timid ones wore badly rattled for a while It turned rapidly cooler after the storm tile sky cleared away und the sun shone out nicely ofllulnetiskept busy saying that line is in trouble IMPORTANT ARREST U S Deputy Marshal Rousseau True arrested a man who gave the name of James Warwick when first arrested and litter Sardine A Paul at Jetts on Tuesday suspected of being tho murderer of Telegraph Operator Rucker at Danville lJo TREES I811tWI would like to call the tarn tion of property ownerH to till trim ming of broken and dead und in HOIIIO lust itntos the inoNai of cut he Utrs alnpg lie sidewalks Besides being very unsightly and git lug a ucglectid ap pearance to our homes pcdestrans ate constantly in danger of limbs falling and considerable annoyance is experienced by tell litune wires being damaged This is the sea son for trimming trees and we earnestly hope this matter will be attended to In hw of the fact that Frankfort N awakening from her lung Rip Van Winkle sleep it N but fitting that our trees one of natures greatest beautifiers should receive somo care and attention REMOVED LEXINGTON Dr loin C Lewis of George town has opened in Lexington Ky an XRay fund ElectroThera pentic Laboratory for surgical and medical diagnosis and the treat inert of all diseases amenable t electricity Special attention given to skin and nervous diseases Olllee and Labratory McClelland BuildingDr is a son of the cele brated physician and surgeon Di John A Lewis Ho served as Assistant Surgeon In till Army He is a firstclass uptodate physician and surgeon PLEASANT We have been shown a number of views taken by our young friend Mr Morris Brock of scows along the Mississippi river in Arkansas where Mr flinch is stationed as a Government Inspector As works of art und taste they are decidedly good Mr Brock has his headquarters at Helena Ark and is called to make frequent trips of inspection of the river by the govemmiiit These views Sbott the scenery at different points and are very inter esting COMFORTABLE JOB Jolly and genial IRS L New man correspondent for the Couiier Juuruul and Times in this city has been reappointed Chief Clerk to tit State Board of Equalixation Jim has made a good oHIcer here tofore Bud will do so again Heros lookin at ycr old pard PROFITJ The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according toI science a bone food if bones are soft andundeveloped a fleshand muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia IScotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver makes flesh bloocjind muscl4 the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate 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Values at 10 15 25 35c That Can Not Be EqualledCo- tton t Goods are very much higher Ours were bought before the advance Save honeys by buying them now Long Cloth Nainsook India Linens c First showing new Spring Dress Goods t CARPETS W S FARMER AND RUGS I FINE SHOWING By recent ndviuos we learn that t the Citizens Bunk of Greenville Miss on Tuesday of last week reelected our young friend Mr Stun C Bull Jr cashier of that flourishing institution By a state ment of the hank made on Janu ary 80 wu learn that the hank has a deposit account of G82G5811 capital stock of 100000 with un divided profits of 2011944 It is in every way a prosperous and grow ing concern and we congratulate our young friend upon his continued success as the chief factor in its affairs SIS HOPKINS TONIGHT ilhe atti action booked for the Capital Theatre tonight February 18 is that pretty pastoral comedy drama Sis Hopkins in which Miss Rose Melville has made famous the title role character and which has boen played now for four consecutive seasons to crowded houses in all parts of the country So pronounced has been her succors in this really remarkable play of country life with its scenes laid in central Indiana in Pose county that Mr J R Stirling under whoso direction Miss Melville has become the most brilliant of Amer ican character actresses has de cided to continue the production on a more elaborate scale than ever before and to that erect an entirely now dress has been provided for the stage settings and a company which is notable for the brilliancy of its individual members has been gathered together to support Miss Melville Everyone is well known and the majority of them have played leading parts in some of the biggest productions of standard plays in recent years Many addi tions liavu been made in tho action of tho piece too and it his peen recast and brightened until now it fairly scintillates with the bril liancy of an absolutely perfect production In tho famous seminary cello where is given the graduating fliitortninmcnt there hove been in 4tlOdmHI a great number of high jlass specialties mho chief charm of Sis Hopkins lies in its fidelity to nature in portraying tho people of a litllo country village in In diana where their simple lives are J untrammelled by tho wiles of tho outside world or tho affectations of modern society limo men are strong and honest and the women lire just what one would expect to I find in such place generous warm hearted and true to themselves Sis Is time only child of Ua Hop gins and receives her first sight inro tho wiles of tho world when a railroad agent commies along to secure tho right of way for his road through tho Hopkins fern Ho pretends to love Sis and finally forges her name to a deed of tho property When she learns of his duplicity she goes away to bo edu cated anti ho like other people Awkward and uncouth walking pigeontoed with her hair done up in funny little pigtails and hold in place by odd little red sidecombs she presents a quaint figure dressed in the oldfashioned gingham pina foro of tho long ago When she conies back it is to Und her father has lost his momoryjand nan not recognize her limo sumo is an in tensely pathetic ono and is relieved of its strain when Sis puts on her old clothes and appears m1oro tho r old than as tho Sis of other days singing to him his favorite song which brings him back to reason Tho play is full to overflowing with simplicity and pathos delicately comedyfstilted phrases Miss Melville has made the char actor of this country girl tho great est delineation in tho history of tho stage and it will live forever as one of tho classics of the American stage iA CURE FOR ECZEMA My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all game out I tried many remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until I used DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and tho little ones scull is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is rowing beautifully again I can not give too much praise to DoWittw Witch Hazel Salvo Fran Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve DewittslIspure name E C DeWitt Co is onI every box Sold by J W Gn leI SERIOUS ACCIDENT While moving about his room at the residence of his brotherinlaw Judge W H Sneed on Sunday night Mr John T Gray the well known merchant of this city was so unfortunate as to fall and break his hip Surgical attention was at once rendered Mr Gray had just recovered from a long and dangerous illness and had been able to attend to business for several weeks and now follows this last misfortune It is earnestly hoped that ho may soon ro CO6r CANCEB CURKD Mr W W Piokett Smith field Ills writes Sept 10th had boon suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and un bearable itching I was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sore leg and through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer und us it gave me almost instant relief I decided to continue to use tho liniment on tho cancer In a short time tho cancer came out my face healed up and there is not the slightest sear left I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it can not be too highly recommended 2i e oOo and 1ttL For Rale by Paul B WoltzeiMAIOIIA111Ot APPOINTED a PENSION AGENT Major A Wood of Mt Sterling has been appointed by tho Presi dent as Pension Agent for Ken tucky to the vacancy occa sinned by the death of Gen Ian R Collier Major Wood is a jolly good fellowj and an all around man and wilI make an otHoient oilicor We cop gratulate our old friend upon hM good fortune CASTOR en The Kind Sou Have Always 8ough t Bears the- Signaturoof rf COMMUNICATED Mr Editor We trustees of school district No 84 South Benson are in a hard row of stumps Our school IOallnglthoduring vacation is seven months in every year ands the desks we have but nine are dan gerous to sit upon as they weave from side to side like a drunken man Year before last tho credulous simplicity of the trustees then in ofllce was overcome by the persua sive talk of certain interested uhartloostinga monument to their folly when the house is in the con dition as stated A tax was levied after the chart was bought of 15 cents on each 100 worth of property in the district which amounted to but after paying for chart and the sheriffs 10 per cent for collecting little was loft to repair the house Now the present trustees wish to Fell this olmrt to any school in need of one It is in first class condition as it has been used but little boughtWe 2 for it as we need the mone and do not wish to 10 withIpelled to if wo fail to sell patchellthoin ceiling put in glass and nailed benches until we have become disgusted when we think of the good use we could have made of that UO JAMES BRYANT O A C SCAN LAND Trustees Coughs and colds down to time very borderlnml of consumption yield to tho soothing healing influ ences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Hr Cail = 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presented at tho Opera House Lexington Ky February 22 23 and 24 with a special matinee on Wednesday February 24 In this great nrenic contest the spectator sees eight horses gallop ing at breakneck speed and straining every muscle to gain the ad vantage in the race within the 1amphitheatre Behind each quartet of horses is a Roman chariot The wheels revolve rapidly the chrtriott lurch and sway and the t flamintr beribboned garments of the drivers flutter behind thorn add ing intensity to the realism of tho scene The illusion is still further increased as the interior wall of the amphitheatre moves along and the dust flies in blinding clouds be neath tho crushing wheels of tho I chariots The clatter of the rush ing hoofs of the horses and the rumble of the chariots are distinctly heardElaborate mechanism and appli cations of electricity produce this great effect The mechanism of froIn two great cradles twenty feet length and fourteen feet wide and which are movable back and fourthon railways is supported by a bridge structure capable of hold ing twenty tons The tops of the cradles are two inches above the level of the stage Each cradle bears the four horses and the char iot of each contestant On each cradle there are four runways and treadmills of hickory slats two inches wide and covered tslth rubber they are twelve feet long and two and a half feet wide On each of theso treadmills a horse is se cured by steel cable traces which 1fromtreadmill revolves under his feet thereby eliminating the forward pressure created by the impact of his hoofs which would force him ahead on an immovable surface By this mechanical arrangement it is possible for the horses actually a to gallop with all their speed within the space of their own length It is considered the most realistic effect ever seen upon tho stage When BenHur was presented in London at the Drury Lane Theatre tho present King of Eng land witnessed it twice and then commanded a royal box to bo built in the center of 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offer is made but for a limited tithe It may bo withdrawn without notice Hero is certainly a bargain Take advantage of it Subscribe now Send money to the publisher of Tho Roundabout FrankfortFREEIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on request Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms etcMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC ASSN Dopt B 1135 Broadway New York City DEPOT ROOF DAMAGED The roof of the depot of the F C Railroad at Georgetown was partially unroofed by the storm of Sunday morning last- CLIMATIC LURES 11he inf1uencr climatic con in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion lime to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you bo able to go ton warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who arc benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle druggists DEATHS GORDON In Louisville on Sun day Mrs Elenora Gordon widow of Mr Arcliio Got don aged about 25 years of age Mrs Gordons maiden name was Semones She leaves a little laugh ter mother three brothers and three sisters to mourn her untimely death She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church Tho remains were brought here on Monday morning the funeral serviced were conducted by Rev M R Adams and the in torment was made in our cemetery PR YORMlS Corn lapp Pryor wife of Mr M T Pryor entered into that rest prepared for those whoI have kept the faith February at her residence on Steele aged thirty years and four months leaving behind a father a resident of Indiana husband and three in teresting children two little JrlsI Ida Cooper in her sixth year nolia aged three years and a baby boy David Giltner five months old During her short residence hero of some five or six years she has endeared herself to neighbors and acquaintances by her exom plary life Her devotion to her chilI dren was beautiful indeed The tear of sympathy falls for tho deso late husband and motherless little childrenIHer remains were taken to Car rollton Friday morning and interred in tho cemetery at that pneutilonln daysLoom End Sale Feb 13 to 20 Silks Dress Goods Ribbons Laces White Goods and Em broideriesF J Heeney THE FARMER AND STATE AND NATIONAL AID FOR BUILDING WAGON ROADS Four States Now York Massachusetts New Jersey and Connec ticut have in the past ten years spent about 10000000 as State aid for building wagon roads About 6000000 has been added to this sum by tho counties and towns where the Stato roads were built and about 2oOO miles of Stato roads have been completed in these four States Pennsylvania last year appropriated GoOO000 for the build ing of State roads Wherever State roads have been built the selling price of farm lands has been in creased from 20 pIn cent to per cent and even more in some cases The 2500 miles of Stnte road already built have boon of such hen efit to the farmer that they have caused a great demand for more good road Five States found t good to mild in tho building of wagon roads by State appropria tions Why should not tho National Government aid in building roads in every State of the Union Congressman Brownlow of Tennessee has answered this question by introducing in Congress a bill appropriating 24000000 as Na tional aid for building wagon roads This sum is available at the rate of 8000000 a year for three years and is distributed to each State accord ing to its population except that no State shall receive less than 250000 The States or counties re coiving this money must add alike amount This appropriation will build between 0000 and 7000 miles of splendid National road and will build from 100 to 500 miles of hard road in each State of tho Union It seems to many fanners that it is time for the National Government to aid them and they hope the bill will become a law WANTED Special representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old es tablished business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from buggyfuruislwdpermanent AddrosfT Blow Bros Uo Motion Bldg Chicago Ill 228 t genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold in one day PleUsdiltAto take Laxative SyrupU i h j NOTES 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 the bowels wh n minerals and their salts cJILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if ulbd in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than r other you have tried IALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEJi WORvisFor WHITES Quality Remedies oza iL oRDGoGoXBZS lrPared by r JAMES F BAEJLARD St Louisnvrvw ntinn PAUL WEITZEL Cor St Clair 1dsDpr1ssQ has frequent headaches a bad ot nerveslack maladyItDont to get today your druggists a bottle o- fHERBkNEquickly curl reste he avor UJc1noyand organs tbclr nvCli1 YourilfeclllKo a now woman after taking tbo flat bottle 50 Gong ALL 25RUGGISTS t PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway IJr CATHOLIC BAZAAR The Baaar held by the ladies of the Church of tho Good Shepherd in Music Hall for four days this week was very successful Wo menllwithmuch They had everything in good shape Isrt a burn Use Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil A cut Use Dr Thomas Eolectric Oil At your druggists LADIES Y M C A COMMITTEE IThera will bo a special meeting of the Ladies Committee of the Y M C A Saturday afternoon at oclock Every member is re quested to Fifty ladles to work at tho Frankfort Shoo Co Apply at tho office 7tf FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the hest bust moss points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MWS MARGARET MAHONEYS OtfJDIGOODDIOH Physician and Surgeon OFFIUK AND RESIDENCE HINOOLD over Collins Havens Hard wurn Store Clair Frankfort Ky Olllccl hours lit a in to 2 p p in to9pii r 2HtI CREA- MVEREVHFUQE Host in Quantity = nest in f t itGUARANTEED jXi B BrondwnyW cast or fail a wm end to 4 8St Kt to HO FOR THE MARDI GRASt t New Orleans and Mobile FebruaryI1010 IDOl Byint Crescent Route will sell reduced tickets to New Orleans and Mobile on account of the Mardi Gras at IrunndDate of Sale February 9 to 15Iinclusive Final Limit February 20 Extension privilege will bo granted t upon time usual deposit on tickets td S E HUTTON O P A lrr Dr Weavers Syrup Pnriflei the blood Cerate ointment for the itta Our GuaranteeI We guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy J E M t Flour and if for any reason it does not suit you you can get your money hack Your grocer sells it with this un derstanding Ifwo could make any stronger guarantee we would lust tell your grocer to send you f E M Flour today Soldonly by grocers and node only by the JE m nmiino GO InsomniaThere li nothing thntwlll uriflnrmlno the nervousnyBtern nnd mental faculties moro swiftly orsurely than chronic nlcepl nineiH Hound restful Bleep U na necessary to health ns food nnd air Working by day and restlessly towing upon your pillow by night in lucked burning the candle at both ends and is Buro to result la a general breakdown Wafers Peptonized Port strengthens steadies nod quiets the nerves corrects the digestion nnd tones and builds up the whole yntem It replaces haggard woarlnoss with u fouling of power and stability Wulthnrs 1eptonlzed is sold In two Ooandsi00 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOR SALE BY i J W GAYLEIII BIRTHS KIRTLEY In this city on Wed nesday to Mr Albert F Kirtley and ifea daughter TAYLORIn this city on FrL day night to Capt E Hickory Taylor and wife a daughter THE NEW HOSPITAL Contributions for this fund are still coming in though not as rap Idly as hopod for The fund now amounts to three thousand two hundred dollars only half of the amount that has to be raised but the need of a new hospital is so imperative that the committee has decided to begin building in the early spring trusting that the rest t of the money necessary for the completion and furnishing will be forthcomingWithin pnst five weeks seven patients have been refused admis sion because there was no place for them patients whose health and comfort and so far as human knowledge goes even life itself de ponded upon the skilled nursing lthey required and could have re ceived there It makes us heartsick to visit the acmes of some of those applicants I1 of every comfort and even ythe necessities of life to see them lying so patiently suffering and f pleading to be taken to the Hos iptaland as in one case which occurred hoar a mother ill with L typhoidpneumonia with one child lying at deaths door now in the Hospital plead Never mind about If me but do take my baby three for the Doctor says it ctrl not live more than fortyeight hours without proper attention Then to havo to answer No wo can not take your baby there is no room but we will care for you both in fC your own homo the best we can Two nurses are in attendance at the Hospital und for days they have only been able to rest from itwo to four hours out of the twenty 4fourfdovoting their every energy in the most tireless faithful uncom plaining manner utterly iorgetful of self striving to alleviate the pain of tho poor suffering ones elI trusted to their care One of these suffering ones upon being told by tho faithful nurse that she could not recover and that it was only a question of a few hours time exclaimed Oh this is such a happy place to die in 1 have hud such a hard life Wont you say a prayer for me It If wo could only realize what it moans to such a one to have tho sympathetic kindness of a patient Christian nurse to south the last hours of such a hard lift wo would be willing to levy ourselves something to forego some unnooos sary pleasure in order that wo may give moro liberally of our HospitalFtand it will 110 longer bo necessary i to say to tho suiloiing ono There is no room for you ONE OF THE BOARD OF MAN AGERS i 6JI1j a THE 81st ANNIVERSARY OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY Will be hold in the Southern Pres byterian Church on Sunday even lug February 28th at 780 oclock Its work is unsoctarUn The benefactions of this society are not limited by any distinctions of property of social position or denom inational ties or of race but the chief responsibility resting upon the board is to see that to the poor the gospel is preached through the circulation of tho written word LECTURE Mr Edward Howard Griggs will give a course of lectures on the subject of Dante at the Episcopal Chapel every other Thursday evening at 8 oclock the following dates 1 The Medieval World and The Life of Dante 2 The Problem of Dante 3 The Inferno 4 ThePurgators 5 The Paradise 6 The Bat flfic VisionMarch 17th The required amount having been secured by subscription to bring Mr Griggs to Frankfort the price of the single tickets on sale at Mr Guy Barretts newstand have been changed to 50 cents The Kings Daughters will re ceive all over and above necessary expenses td Cough Economy I T IS ECONOMY TO quicklydiscomfort and danger by starting the cure as soon as tile cough starts It pays to use the remedy that cures quickest It pays to use a remedy that is guaranteed Any remedy will fail once in a while anti when it does fail you should have your money bees All the abovo advantages are se cured by using GAYLES WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT Wo Iwvo nmdo it for yetis It hIs every good quality that a cough euro should have It is pleasant goodfrouch bottlo is positively gunrnntuiu U z GAYLE tz CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE- Cor Ann and Broadway FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjecttoparty Dec Ifltf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 52te- CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailor of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the primaryFeb BUYS A HOME Mr C Fugazzi tho fruit dealer has purchased from Dr NevillM Garrett the residence in which ho now lives on Broadway street be tween Madison and Washington Price private Loom End Sale Feb 13 to 20 Silks Dress Goods Ribbons Laces White Goods and Em broideriesF J Heeney EVERY HOUR ALL DAY- LONG Tho trolley cars run between Lox ington Paris and Georgetown saving you time and money Fast time and low rates It is dangerous for ono to take putout medicines of unknown com position Whon a person is really sick the buRt course is to call a physician Often tunics however a person is run down and out of sorts without being actually sick At such tines a good common sense digestive tonic is usually all that is needed Such a tonic Is Walthorfc Peptun ixud Port which you can get at W Gaylos Frnnkforr Ky It consists simply of pure port wino and pure pepsin Tim first gives you new blood mnv life the second prompts a perfect performance of tit digestive functions Small size 60 cents largo size 10t COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH At a recent mooting of tho newly appointed County Board of Health made by Dr O B Domaroe Presi dent of the County Society and composed of Drs1 G South War ron Monfort and L T Minis the following oflicors wero elected J G South President and L T Minish Secretary WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MCKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co The undersigned who have heretofore done business under the inline of the Seller Carriage Company will conduct a carriage manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite the Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heimiller established this business in 187f and he assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will be on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom ho has been heretofore associated have heretofore done We will keep on hand at all times a full supply of the best classyof vehicles and nov have on hand some of our own make are prepared to build new vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of them since the business was established and we can cheerfully guarantee the work they do t YEOMAN McKEEIOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY 192m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 SHINGLES Cedar 375 per m Poplar 325 per m Cypress 300 per m Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 200 per m AT HAMMONDCOS I WILKINSON ST LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 19C8 f EASTBOUND WESTBOUND IDRily Ex Sund A Leave IYo 41 1SttI 225 0 1010 845I 20 Winchester 0I 630 358 Clay City O2iI 439 406 923 Stanton 430 485 IM 5i Natural Bridge SUlto449 1004 82TorrentJtU 70Benttyci Junction Ii4i1190 94Tnchson 226 OHIO AND RAILWAY 111 AMI Ex No 84I L KENTUCKY No2Jj StationsR 1I=A M Lye P M Lve P11 PM o 95 235 tis0 0 11I5 O K Junction nlLi 843 155 Wiumrst J7 1- 880 152 Hampton 400 tt Nos and 22 will mule oloso eonncotiou at O t K Junction with Nee I and tot points on tho Lexington and Eastern Rail M L CONLEV Bupirntendent J IL BAlm CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A BEGINNING OF Ll lIWednesday next February 17 will bo Ash Wednesday and will be tho first day of Lent Easters comes unusually early tills eal1 Sunday April Hd CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay sick for throe months the doctors stated he had quick consumption Vo procured a bottle Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six yours ago anti since then wo always kept u bottle in tho house We can not do withi ott it For coughs and colds it has no equal25e Me and 100 bottle at Paul B No DullrIEx Send No Daily Ex Sued IAd Xo1I So Daily IP K Ar Ar Ar Jackson 110tt 110H50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKStCOPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending n MIddescription may quickly ascertain an invention probably Communlco tlonsHtrlctlycontidentlal on Intonta parentsPatentsspecial notice without charge In tho Scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly I irccat clr dilution of any sctentlUoournal Terms 4 year four months 61 Sold by all newsdealer YorkBranch a MATCHthe found in every Box t Search Light Matches have longer and stronger sticks than any other match It lights easiest burns longest Get Search Light Matches at the grocers and Save the Coupons THE DIAMOND MATCH CO PEA RIDGE Mrs Julian Suter Miss hate- Sutor and Miss Edith Edge haves returned home after a weeks pleasant visit amongst friends in Owen county Several sheep were killed by dogs in this neighborhood last week weIllattendedduths last Saturday night Lacrlppe is quite prevalent in our I neighborhood and whooping cough is still holding its own Little Frank Edgn fell on the icy ground last week striking his tem pIe on a rock and otherwise bruis ing himself quite badly n The many little boys who have had rides on the big sheep with Edge will be sorry to hear that the dogs wounded him so- badly that in spite of all the toring that could be done he died aweek later He was sorrowfully buried by Frankie IMrs Emma Collins is on the siok r this week We hope she will weUr to hear that Mrs Muttie Clipper is quite ill Mr William Collins still remains f in very bad health neighborshaveneighbors will soon be well again One of the sheep torn by dogs developedt SIguest of Miss Jennie Lacefield this Mr John Woods and wife are f quite ill and have not returned home yet- Little Miss Rosa May Wilson is it quite sick t There are two empty houses on the Ridgea very unusual thing The Brownlow bill so highly spoken of by the Roundabout last week to appropriate money to construct roads throughout the State is one of the best measures offered in fifty years Every dollar will be spent right at home The small t amount asked for ought to insure its passage as it will do our people more good than the millions spent L for war purposes The passage of the Capitol A- propriation bill seems to have put the Roundabout in a good humor fnlIa1pooaaNearly all our officers and citizens have been commended Quito a number of our people attended ttfdGoebdl Memorial Sar vices al the Frankfort Cemetery last Wednesday SCRIBE OArOREAii Sears the IIIturer A YouHold to Win when you hold Stll tlGR and Valuable Coupon IfFrank doer FORKS OF ELKHORN winter weather IFine Fannie Parrent is the guest of friends in and near our Villn Miss Sallie Suter who has el la grippe is able to be out again Mr Oscar Cannon of Lexington lastlMisses Bettie Bowen and Pattie South spent last week in Frankfort the guests of friends Miss Mae Hockonsmith is home from Georgetown sick with measlesMr Holton visited his brother in Shelbyville this week Little Francis Epler who has been ill with pneumonia is entirely well again Mr John Porter and family of White Sulphur spent Sunday last with Mrs John Moreland- A KID BENSON NEWS epidemicinMrs Hewitt Jenkins of Louisville is visiting her brother Mr Ezra Leo Sheets of Choateville Rev John H Burdin was unanimously called Saturday at North Benson This makes the third time Bro Burdin has been unani mously called He preached a good sermon Sunday There was a large crowd there considering the mud and windIMiss Mattiu Conway of Frank fort nt the d Stmday with familyIneighborhood had better watch out for madam rumor says Mr- El wood Hamilton culled on his old SundayMissMr Leonard Goins lId his pretty bride were at church Sunday Mr Elwood Hamilton of Louis ville spent several days with his parents lrrs Georgia Ann Hamilton of Lexington has been visiting her sister Mrs James Riddle Mr J J Hulette of Benson had a slight stroke of paralysis Sunday night but is better at this writing Well Valentine Day is almost here 1 presume the boys and of this vicinity will receive a many 0 U greatII Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of bodyDoansstore cents Dr Weaver Treatment Syrup for the blood Ccrte for ikin ernptlooi OA YOR = ABean the UfWtU of A Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals akin eruptions WANTED FAITHFUL PER SON TO TRAVEL for well esta blished house in a few counties calling on retail merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses addi tional all payable in cash each week Money for expenses advanced Position permanent Busi ness successful and rushing Stand ard House 830 Dearborn St Chicago 10164 THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY aJournal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100 A- YEAR REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions this combination offer must be sent through the Rounda bout office tOLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER l KENTUCKY WHISKEY I H TnD 18 SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky = 4 WINTERS COMING CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS f h TONGS WINDOW GLASS j t MATCHESrALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STAGG 10 Ann Street Frankfor Ky rStrongest in the World I i is THE I Equitable IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT not fora day but for all I SURPLUS 75752997 the largest Earth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1902 4477 924 more than was paid by any other Co More than a million a month was paid last year in death claims more than a million a month in living benefits Why allow your family to carry the burden when the Equitable is tready and willing Assure today tomorrow never comes I shall be pleased to call and explain our contracts R OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT New Past Train II UTAH IITHE PACIFIC COAST in effect May 19I The now trains kavo St Louis a m daily The evening trains to saino points 1010 p m daily Double dully service Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address BTO MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A- ATI A TA- BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E LARKS TPA 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky t IJASSURANCE PROTECTSI Ralph Wilson Ky1 T- OColorado Queen and- Crescent SOUTHERN RAILWAY- St 1 tTIIUECorrected to June 25 19O1 ILouisville Division INo1 No5 pm 71101Ar Iam No2 pm No8 pm amjLv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 00 700 Versailles Lexington g 765 780 1sLawrenceburu 820 Sliolhyville 910 Louisville 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains 6 and Through Obser vation chair cur between Louisville Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for tho South andarrivdngV50fromtluoSouththrough- sloephg t cars to via- Knoxville and Morristmvn Tenn Train leaving Louisville 780 pm and arriv ing Louisville 740 n m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chlttanoogam Between Louiaviile Evansville and St Low St Louis Division No4 No2 mArPrinceton 100 pm 145 amSt Louis Q80p m1 783am No8 No1 11000Arpm am amn m No No 22 Lv 860 a nAr Lonisville600p inl 1145 lfOp amm J No NoU2 Lv Evansville a p Ar Huntin 1008 a m1116 p m Ar Louisville n p m i 1LoulsviUeT j Day trains between Louisville and St Low Oarsi1Night01110with t For tickets and further information agent Southern Railway Ito R Spencer S H Hardwick OB applTIJ FOR SAlt EfJiRESIDENCEporches carriage bouse and stable lotI contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellepoint Wilt be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv i alent Apply at this office 4tf eta t t