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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i JId q irSi h 4 THE FEANKFOET ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV IL 1905 NO 1U lothesI 11i JIo IC fR K McCLURE SON 212214 ST ST KY t rL Written for the Roundabou- tFRANKFORTrIT ENVIRONMENT The present burning ground was j reconsidered afterthought by the promoters of the public health ty Reinterment of those who had been r laid to rest1 in the old cemetery was also a question of supreme de liberation that spat Where ho- i Workhouse now stands1 and when one is brought fnjise to face with Nombresueh facts tho beauty and security of the presentGods acre is assured There Irfflmany historic spots in this place of pepulrhre The old moBRooyerod headstones are alive 4with memories of the men and r women who oWe shone supreme ort r the stage of action Time would f not permit of testimonials to each worthy or each character suffice it historyXin of IpOverlookinr rivergroundthe mafr i esty of hill and valley the city below onewalks down dhe wInd inJt road and is brought through the en jnoo tLJJe hoBpfta1 of the Kings Daughters These busy cohsdorfrtedj fronton are living 6 ni p1 s of o nuidooniI111dh1- and the beautiful uptodate mod ern edifice fsathmne of refuge to many a fever stricken patient not f to tray for the poor alsoho are i with us alWays Some where in this vicinity was once located the Peach Tree Tav- ernt a place of much interest to the early settlers of Kentucky There are many Incidents connected r with this tavern and the peaches were cdTebwtod for flavor tt ndsilIo The old Inns first one built in 7Ftanlcfort wns Ipoated near wher0 1 the Arsenal now stands It was UooijUntuu The Twll Tavern in sugaet tree grove La Cleack Khoper The 4prM 1 Jsnn 3stitution I oC supremp importance ibb alone frbrn a standpoint of edUoAffonal determination but the psyoh10 enH tt deator of ineUioul therapeutics Will the interest of suobi a work i prove its signifiqanoe tp the people la ol Konttrityi Jfiotathve sequence denYJns tateltswaluu Climbing down Main street one t J 6D STKONG talk but true Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un- equalledthe boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est1a11 yool materials FewecJ with silk ihread spijiii t lpcdIbuttdnt seV d on to stay stlong everywhere boys Clothes should be strong All prices at ifromr200 to 800 qut b nUx pHonaJ Line at 00tp CLAIR FRANKFORT comes up to the Capital Hotel11 mine host Weitrol tiling the im portant factotum as not many another man could do This old Inn is one of the features Frank tort and like the L N4station Js one of the vder old friends of immortal youth Gong on down Main the streets present a modern Btatu8 of progression ndthe build1 ings are well worth the sight seer s time and travel Up St Clair across the bridge one is compelled to pause before the Englishbuilt dwelling of another century The old house must be 150 years old add prosdnts a wellkept appear ance of durability and oaretakitg that the shortstop houses of quick erection tall to indicate If we could turn bank the pages of the past what Wealth of research would confront us What a mine of learning the children might dig up from the records lost to them by fthe carelessness of 4ncostgrswh- oared o but little about such things What an interest we might create by investigation if we had the timeIt was my pleasure ito talklwith u charming woman of a bygone an cestry Mrs Elizabeth Vallandlng hani widow of Dr A gustine Wool fork Vallandingham born in a log cabin in Frankfort Ky January 81 1815 Her U name was Elii abeth Grubatnj jniarried September 1834 Her mothers name was Sarah Bacon Her fathers mothers vjpaiden namd was Betsy Robinson descendants of Irish blood and tire family oaiiie from Virginia In he early settlement of Kentucky Her taipni oetie8 wore dtniKbtfuJIytfAfrteftibg told fci the sweet con ding maInqr andto the II manor born If the children the present day mid Umhad t loontefau with half bf the hardships of her early youth there might be inrefname was s IThe name of tho second was Smith who taught upon j the hill Lou vale plkq=about the year 1824 The s stones up to Coloman Tannery near Elm Spring were favorite rendezvous for the school moroIyear s tOVihqVJJCoV by liit Bqfipiion the teacher taking up the work as ho i I fl i l J f 10co COPYRIGHT 1905 i would do shoethakingor clock fixing11 accepting pay in board old clothes skins of animals or any other product exchangeable to suit the extremity of purse or con dition Her memory is excellent recalling incidents and names in the lives of Dr Lloyd JudgeHar lan Secretary of State under Gov Letchor James B Page Thos S Page and ethers who once figured in the legislative and commercial emporium of Frankfort She told of the first steamboat navl atedon- Ithe Kentucky river Plowboy ot the1 rook house on Steele street built by Dover and of her own life filled with the quiet dignity of years Alone in tho midst of citi zens belonging to another century lest behind in the haste and energy of the present busy mart sire finds comfort and friends in the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph H Cox South Side her relatives who will see that her declining days are filled with the peace of departure when she shall have laid down this bur den of years The Jesse Cocks who was massacred in the battle of tlre river Raisin was an uncle of this Joseph Cox the name being changed in some manner by the members of the family who moved Ito Kentucky from Virginia N S COX November 2 1905 A CREEPING DEATH towardstheStearns Belle Plaine Minn Writes that a friend dreadfully in upUtepolsonfloaledlife Best in the world for burns druggistso HEAVY PlBRSqNALAND FINANCIAL LOSS A Mr H S Holcomb of Cold Water Michigan came here Satur day with a frienc1 en route South While here ho lost his puck4book containing i300and thinks he 9st it at or near the Capital Hotel About the same time the had news that his klaughterc was dying and left for homq The later news was that slm hadehe reached her beside I ft I ti ti GOOD ROADS Good roads are the best possible investment in any community There is not an interest that is not bonefitted by such improvements productsImore on good roads obviously becomes more valuable as residence property for it may reached be more easily and pleasantly Considering the Importance good roads it is of vital ofI that object lessons in their ing should be well taught For this reason none but the most skill ful engineers and the most con scientious contractors should be employed in building model roads If the improvement proves good and permanent it will soon con suohIiri that line will follow Should the model road prove defective it Would be a serious setback to the causO WORK WEAKENS THE KID NEYS loans Kidney Pills Have Done Service for People Who Work in Frankfort Most FrankfOrt people work every day In some strained unnatural aldeskrIdingcars tryfother ways to wear weaken and injure the kidneys until they fall be jnd in their work of Uttering the poisons KidneyPillsstrength in bad backs Frankfort cures prove it C A Wallace retired farmer livinc at 581 Holmes Street says kidneytroubles heAvyliftingordinarily two men would be re to do This straining myself often caused a dull achln an timewentthe aching becoming much more severe until it became so bad at getjmy rest five or six times I used van remedies relief from them I readabout Doans Kidney Pills and as the were highly recommended I decided to Ive them a trial and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two boxes I was benefited eonflhenceFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NY sole agents for the United States nameDoansiDd COMMISSIONERS SALES Master Commissioner W H Posey made the following among other sales of real estate Tho James Gaines farm in the Peaks Mill pike containing 154 hares was sold to Mr F P Lewis at 7025 per acre The Thoraason farm of 100 acres was sold to Mr iThos iHockensmith for 2002 A farm of Q acres on the Sulphur Lick branch was sold to Mr WO Florian for UtS TERRIFIC RACE WITH DEATH r Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of fearfulrRcoliver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all in life I had tried many different doctors rind several medicines but got no beiieflt until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like A new man druK1JIitsDeWitt UWa Early Risers laMOQe ItOe erTreteatfi- rmp Dr voCattyIKbItlw J rir l1J ili aTfor10 DaS- Only Special Sale of Woolen Dress ti Goods I Tremendous Reduction on New and Seasonable Dress Fabrics A Splendid Opportunity r for you to save money Extra quality Manish Suiting in black blue Iand brown an excellent material for Coat Suits IIII yard5c 1 IExtraworth 175 11 per yd only cloth can not be ex at 200 per yd inch wide Sicilian stripes and fig in all colors worth Thibet Cloth wide and an excellent ma making worth Too d only All one in black with fig ure one blue with white worth 50c only feta Silk 125 per 86 inch wide able Silk all col ors a I at 1191 IIThis 11onlyS9c IIIIBlack 6I IJ IIConts 11figure 49c II Wool Challies Challies purple I IIydouly98c Change Taffeta bargain 1001 in Remnants of Dress Goods cp KAGIN DR01H AT BRIDGE oat9nXA 1 I SIpauttl Bean f I I I I Twopiece 25c I IBargains tie411N YOllHM lllwils t r ii1Lbda oflil C ij l1 dy 1ie e3IrIe ecorlrrttcl J prir4 We nlwiys hnvo the Largest 1 ff As cart mlnt of Novelties and Notions f I See oiir Splendid jrine of Uulbrellas CHARLES MEITZLL ij PERSONAL MrBuoll Taylor has gone to Ash land to reside Rev Wm Crowe visited in Lex ington Tuesday Judge E C ORear went to Mt Sterling on Monday Judge P Hobson went to Eliz ahethtown this week Mr Price M Taylor left Wednes day for St Louis Mo Rev Dr J MoG Blayney visited in Louisville this week GtaefensbergaMr Nat Stone Jr of Versailles was in the city Monday Col Noel Gaines returned Thurs day night from Paducah Mrs John P Hanley is visiting relatives at Dallas Texas Mr John H Switzer of Switzer was in the city on Monday Mr John P Hanley was in Chattanooga Tenn on Sunday Mr Claude Hazolrigg went to Mt Sterling to vote on Rev C R J1uesc1ayI Franklin Ind on Capt 1 T West left Wednesday for Irvine on a business trip Rev A C Hensley of Versailles visited relatives here this week Messrs W W and A D JettI stopped over Sunday in this Misses Anne and Emily Thomas have returned from New York City Mrs John B Winn of Woodford ODunty attended county court Monday t Ref Thos J Stevenson of Georgetown was in the city Mon W H Sneed and wife visited friends in Louisville this week Judge J H Hazelrlgp made a business trip to Mt Sterling this week Mr Walter Orady has returned from a visit to his home iu Larue countyMr as N Miles returned Sun da morning from a business trip to Lexington Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Florine have gone to Lexing ton to reside Misses Lizzie Hunt and Virginia Chinn visited Misses Burnam in Richmond this week Mrs Maggie McDonald has gone to Mlddletown Jellerson county to make her home in future returnedrIhose Foster in Cincinnati Mrs Fernish of Lexington who has been the guest of Mrs W T Havens has returned home Dr E E Hume has gone to Chat tanooga Tenn to attend the National Quarantine Convention Mrs George Foster of Now Albany Ind visited Mrs John C Bridges Third street this week Attorney General N B Hays has gone to Washinctou City on busi ness in the U S Supreme Court Rev E H Cox of Middletown who has been here visiting rela tives returned home Wednesday SpringStationguest of Capt Sam Leavy and wife Mr Geo H Watson President of the Geo T Stagg Co but now in St Louis Mo was here this week ColIparents and wifeMr Chas M Browning of Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city Monday and made us a pleas ant call DayIIIrs Joe Groms of Louisville been the guest of Mis W returned home Sunday night Col Geo B Harper loft Wednesday for Chattanooga Tenn to attend the National Quarantine Convention Mr B W Wright and Mr John H Wright who have boon at Lov ington Ills returned home on Monday i Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lex ington spent Sunday here the guest of her parents Mr John E Miles and wife Dr Ed Brennan and wife were called here Sunday by the illness and death of her father Mr Pat Newman Sr Miss Margaret Newman of Lou isville was called here by the illness and death of her brother Mr Pat Newman Sr Lexingtoncousin Miss Eliza Overton has re turned home Miss Mary Scottow of Louisville Baptist Orphans Home visited her parents Mr W J Scottow and wife Sunday Miss Mary Weathers and Miss guestsISide this week Mrs Eliza S McDonald of Lou isville who has been the guest of her brother Mr Ed B Coleman returned home Tuesday Mrs W L Cannon of Midway who has been the guest of her brother Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill has returned home Mrs Hugh Williams and Miss Sallie Weitzel of Louisville who have been guoKts of Mrs W H Jef fries returned home Sunday night Mr W B Bridgeford of Nor wood Ohio was in the city Monday and addressed a very large crowd at the Courthouse on Monday night Mr John Gallehue private in the Confederate Army from the Forks of Elkhorn left Wednesday for the Confederate Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley Dr Emmitt Williamson of Wash ington City and Dr Henry M Wil liamson of Boone county were HWilliamsonweek Mr Russell S Penn who is now engaged in Y M C A work at Morganfield Union county was at home for a few days this week He is very much pleased with his new home MAYOR WOODS Our quandom friend Mr Clarence E Woods was elected Mayor of Richmond on Tuesday without opposition This is a deserved com pliment to a clever gentleman Now if Mayor Woods wilt only carry out that platform upon which he was defeated for the nomination four years ago he will make a No good Maycr- ANNUAL RECEPTION OF WOMANS CLUB The annual reception of the Womans Club will be held in the Club parlor at the residence of Miss Elliott upon Monday November 18th at half past three oclock p m The President Mrs J O Bailey will receive the members old and new with their guests II MODERAT PRICES lf Jl M 3r1 g JD t mI The Reasonable Prices that always prevail in our Store is the magnet that draws the crowd BiggestStock v Underwear Hosiery Gloves Blankets UI In l Y1 k r Always Get Our Prices Before You Purchase SERIOUS FIRE AT STAMPING GROUND About 280 oclock on Sunday morning a fire was discovered in a restaurant on Main street iu the little town of Stamping Ground which before it was extinguished had consumed four large buildings and damaged several others- A telephone message was sent to this city asking that assistance be sent in the shape of our old steamI fire engine It was at once made ready and a train was pulled out for occupancy Just however before it was about to start news came that the fire was under con trolThe buildings destroyed were the restaurant of Mr Turner the new bank building the saloon of Coleman McKeover and a clothing and dry goods house Several stores and dwellings were more or less damaged The total loss was about 15000 or 17000 with only partial insurance some persons not having any at all It was the worst fire that Stamp ing Ground has experienced in many years and looked lUte it would be even more serious than it was but heroic efforts on the part of the people finally prevailed REVIVAL AT METHODIST the political ox citements of the week the revival meeting at the Methodist Church has been progressing very satisfactorily There have boon good crowds out both at the afternoon and evening services and great good has been doneRev J W Harnoy who has been doing the preaching is a fine speaker and preaches with the old fashioned Methodist vim and fervor There have been quite a number of additions to the membership and Pastor Vaught is very much en courtyged The meetings will continue next week if not longer both morning and evening as usual All the people are most and cordially invited to attend Whats the secret of happy vigorous health Simply keeping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys strong and active Bur dock Blood Bitters does it COL GAINES WON In the suit of Elmer Townsend against Col Noel Gaines in the MoCraoken Circuit Court in which Townsend sued Gaines for 10000 for having him excluded from the Camp of National Guards at Padu oah the case was decided on Thursday by the jury returning a verdict for the defendant Col Gaines DID NOT SHOW UP The Forbidden Land Comic Opera Co which was to exhibit hero on Wednesday night broke up at Louisville on that day and can celled their engagement here There was a big house booked forthem AHeart tke- Ialpabn A KM BHfM 1 always U Store J dayJudge CHURCH- Notwithstanding affectionately OJfelWOIEtX o- fII Department DRESS GDDDi SILKS l 11I Our Dress Goods are the Most Exclusive e7ti j well the Most Heasonablc in Price t Special Drive in Dress Goods 50c a yard tand 36 inchos widt 100jreal value 150 per yard TABLE LINENS 98c to 150 for Clothsa r 2 to 3 yards in length j TOWELS lOc 121C lifeall linen t tiflt 4 CLOAKS positively 100 to 300 a garment lower than same goods elsewhere I iiFIf Your Ve1ic1e 1ti Needs 1 RepairingWRITE f And our representative willcall to sec you JrWo carryon hand complete line of Handmadr 141buing C place your order now t Seller Qamae GoI jJ i VERSAILLES KY 1 H WARDh C M BROWSING Fj President Sec and Treas ir New Fast Train TO ColoradoUTrAHPA- CIFIC NDTHB COAST In effect Sunday May The new trains will leave Bt Louis a m dally to same DL denyruble daily service- Throwgh car BanFran sco Recursion tickets now on sale address MATHKWSTrav Ky H TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis M- oeIEii BAPfiAINS You find iBargains in ev cry 1 of our i I J J 4 t as as I SILKSwarranted I f f1 l i t US l a K for or O lk Southern HaIwas94 Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville TOSSt Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m Lou isville 900 a m Arrive St Louis 012 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a changeLeave 1J isville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 782 a m Carrying Free Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman Sleeper through changeReserve Oar Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave f tib FIRST THINGS IN KENTUCKY The first own a piece Kentucky of land in was Susannah Boone wife of Boone who very obtained a patent for a tract in Madison county The first marriage in Kentucky was that of Henderson to Elizabeth Calloway August 7 1876 Their daughter Fannlo born in the white chid in the1877 was State born of parents married in Statef manufactured was Wiliam Pogue nt Harrods burg in 1770 He also made PIE first loom while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the State and wove from lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufac tured and from buffalo VOOl the first piece of linsey f4 The first grist mill in the State run by water power was perhaps- the one built by John Mc Murtry near Shakertown in Mercer county in 1782 The first paper mill in was erected by Elijah Craigfnoar Georgetown in 1792 The first seeds were planted t in Mercer county by members of- the McAfee company In 1776 Dr Walter and his companions planted the first peach seed and raised thef first crop corn cultivated by j white men near in 1760 i The first wagon of which history gives an account was run over Smiths wn ou road from Lexing ton to Maysville in 1782 by a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was constructed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 Tho first railroad about one mile in length was built by James Van Meter In 1832 The cars were drawn by horses Tho first horses wore brought to 0the State in 1750 by Dalkor the first cattle and hops by Boone and his companions in 1775 The first lawyer in KeutucklwnB John Williams Transylvania Company 1The first woman who ever saw Kentucky was Miss Tngel who in 1750 was carried a prisoner by tale Indians to Big Bone in Boone county The first Dutchmen to visit Kentucky were a small company who established the White Oak settle ment in Madison county The first house built by English men was Dr Walkers cabin on Cumberland river in 1750 The first English set tlement was at Harrodsburg in 1775 The first court in the State was held at Harrodsburg in 1774 The first road in the State was Boones trace The first store in Kentucky was that of the Transylvania Company at Harrodsburg The first sohool at Boonesboro was taught by Joseph Doniphan in 1770 I The first sermon preached iu Kec uoky was delivered by the Rev 7v o za m Your Most Important engage mentA Visit to this Store For stocks woro never iu so fine n condition everything here to interest younew fabrics now bits of now thingsnew S3fals If yon would like an inkling of whats right for cold woithor wear yon can got it nowtomorrow And yon can supply many of your winter needs at smaller prices than Inter now special winter prices arc in effect The dress goods department is in gala attire rich new elegant cloths abound in the magnificence of tho now seasons most fashionable fabricsa wide assemblage of the popular greens Then there are tho new sllksn remarkable array of fabric beauties Some recently arrived readytowear things have shed their wrappings and are ready to delight youto charm you And theres tho same careful precision evinced in selecting the smaller wear things as in the womens cloaks and skirtstbeautifulwe never had so had snch good ours r Tho fur stock is superbwas never more chicor becomingly manynever Every department is now at its best and in lowpriced attire thats why you have an engagement here soon DONT FORGET Suits and Cloaks 1000 Black blue and green Coat Suits worth 1500 2500Very Fine Highly Tailored Suits worth 80 to 35 600Covert Cloaks Empire style 1000Kersey Coats worth 1250 1500 to 2500 Very High Style Coats 150 to 2500 FttrS Everyone Right I John Lythe of the Church of Eng land in 1776 The first ferry wns established at Boonesboro in 1775 The first county sent in Kentucky was that of Lincoln county estab lished at Harrodsburg The first law for the establish ment of public schools was passes in 1838 DONATIONS TO KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL IN OCTOBER First Week Vegetables Mrs Cromwell three dozen eggs Mrs Gilbert Mastin flowers Mrs Stephen Black plant Mrs John Stuart one Jar chopped pickles Miss Georgia Todd Second Week Seventeen dollars Mr J R Shaw vegetables Mrs Groin well vegetables Miss Georgia Todd swootniUk buttermilk and flowers Mrs Stephen Black Third Week Lettuce Mrs John Stuart butter milk swoetmilk and cottage oheesd Mrs Stephen Black plants Miss Jennie Gals fern Mrs Frank Gray nine pounds coffee one can cocoa Mrs Charles E Hogo Fourth Day Potatoes Mrs Gilbert Mastin buttermilk Mrs Stephen Black buttermilk Miss Jennie CrAik preserves Mrs Buford Hendriok SKULL FRACTURED Col D A Peters tho veteran auctioneer had a fall at the South Side livery stable on Monday by which his skull was broken over the left temple DrC A Fish was summoned and Col Peters taken to his home iu the country whore his injuries which are thought to be serious were attended t- oEarlyaJfl Risers The famoiM llttto pike r Mr C S Vermilions building a dwelling house on his lot on Logan street Capt John R Spiers has pur chased a lot on Logan street and is having a dwelling house erected on the same vDr Weaver Treatment fijrrap for the blood Cerate tot tkla eruptions Skirts Styles that speak for themselves 500 AllWool Panama Cloth or Sorge 800 to 1000 Stylish Circular UNDERWEAR Mero eIis Best E 1 buttermilksweetmilk IMPROVEMENTS SkirtEI BEATMS NEWMANIn this city on Mon day Mr Patrick H Newman Sr aged Gl years of a complication of disensesIlife here as a man an gentleman We have known him all his life long and have always been warm personal friends He was an upright and honorable man He had served faithfully and effi ciently in the City Council He was a devoted member of the Church of the Good Shepherd- He leaves a wife and four sons one daughter one brother and two sisters to mourn his untimely death Our community generally will miss a good business man from her ranks The funeral services were con ductedfrom the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday morning and the remains were laid away in the family lot iu the Catholic Cem etery GREAT POULTRY SHOW The catalogues of the big poultry show which takes place in Decem ber have been issued from the press and can be obtained by writing to Mr John H Cassell the Secretary MEETING DIRECTORY OF WOMANS CLUB The Directory of the Womans Club will hold an important meet- Ing of tho board at the usual place this afternoon at half past three oclock LOW RATES Via F C Ry to Alabama Goorcia Louisiana Mississippi and Tennesseefew points exeep d Rate Eighty per cent of theone way rate for the round trip plus cents minimum 870 Dates of Sale November 21st December 5th and December 19th days from date of sale- Stopover privileges allowed For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Jent 10tD20 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cermto- 8nc euf al tretmea for blood and akin dhtuoa iiOLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY EN TAYLOR JR I SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky rft fiOc Union Suit 25o Vests and Pant GOOD for OLD and YOUNG 1g i lieffl0 August Flower keeps the children healthy and strong Pull of vtgorand frolic the whole day long Bo when Mamma needs more they rush off in high glee And shout to the druggist Please give it me to brisk and fresh in Jallorfthese all indicate a disordered stomach and bad digestion in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent neeu of taking Greens August Flower regularly for a few a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation and is a natural tonic for ana it QTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggists For solo by W Gayly Anyone tending a sketch and descrlntlon n l quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ao CcmmunlrntlOIlSpatentsPatents Ietptclal notice without course in the Scientific American- A Illustrated weekly Tersest circulation of sctentulo Terms E7- searfourmenthsL Sold by all newsdealers YorkBranch OaSTO rABoan tie the SIgnature of THE HICKS ALMANAC FOR moo The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not he published for 1108 but iiis Monthly Journal Word and Work has peen changed into a largo and costly Magazine ands it will contain his storm and weather forecasts anti other astronomical features complete The November number nuw ready contains the forecast trot January to Juno rendyDeoemhorforecasts from July to December splendidDIagazino it and you will have it The No vember clod January mashers taining the Rov Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than ever can ho had sending at once 25 cents to Wori- nnd Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street Mo S2m t Dress Goods A great Uj inter of pricesU29c XVool Suing worth 75c to SOcA Special lot Suitings per yard 100JFLA1NNELEiTS9cPretty light colorings CARPETS RUGS New Patterns in Moquotte Hearth Rugs 275 to 100 vv AFl 1905LimltTwentyone 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI IDzctcus OPYRIQHTS con St C A 0 TIME rRLtPNn21 Xo 50tTHY11I f s2 tLexington 530 vankfort U0 618 Mielbjville 700 if Louisville 111Ul 800i No22 No NnPTH JI PM- sv Louisville tfSi l9iSueloyvll o 700 xrnnkfort 740 A Lexington 11116 840 Illinois Central LouisvilleINo Ite Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 940 m Arrives a m Now Orleans Special No Leaf cs ii p m Arrives 5 102INo Local Mail No Lea red 720 a in Arrives 456 n m For Fulton Paducah and intermEllIatlIpoints Connection to and from Elizabeth tomHodgenvillonnd Hopkinsville no Sunday service to Elizabetutow and lloagqn ville Stops at nil stations 1BIon to Sundays Stop at all stations All Traln Run Dally IIH HUieniiieyerSons BLUE GRASS NURSERIES r Lexington Kyv rOffer for the Full of 1005 a full Fruit and Ornamental AspnrugusSmnll etc Vo employ no agents but sell direct to the planter Catalogue ou application Sept 8m DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDOrTo DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the tins Leaving oot o Madison Street Daily at A aftrarrival ofmomin trams ISundaysunlitnitedroundtrIpi15 Excurtloni to and return Week Day i 5unday 75C To Pt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only fabo meals aad berth extra Special Ra1j to Socbttij IClose connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc- For further inftrraauoa see nearest Railroad Agent or write a f Hgr fILy J LI j ir f TlieFianDoitfloimdaooiit Entered nt the vostomcc nt PrankforL Ken tuck ns secondcluss iuailable matter- OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV II 1905 a DEATH OF DEAR OLD BEN TOwsON The news was received In this genialSnswerud the last summons and Iliad gone to attend the Grand Lodge on High Mr Towson was some 83 years of- nge and if there is a man woman or child of the old time of the stage coach who did not know and love him we know not who it could have been For forty years he drove the stage from tbiii city to Lawrenceburg and Danville and was as gentle as a woman to ladies and children and as full of jokes and humor with the men as any man who ever lived He was a devoted Mason and had been Steward and Tyler of Ander son Lodge from the time he left the road until forced by the infirmities of age to give up the position- In every and all situations even the most trying to patience and mtergyhe was a perfect gentleman grave and dignified at times the spirit of fun would break out in the most unlooked for moments and his merriment was of Such a spontaneous and hearty na ture that it swept everything be tore it- For many years he made his home at Danville afterwards moving to JLawrenoeburg There was a famous group that used to meet each evening in the toreroom of the late Mr James M Todd to spin yarns and enjoy the social side of life They consisted of Mr James M Todd Capt At well Renniok Col Lewis E Bar vie M John S Haryie Gen Geo B Crlttenden Mr Thomas Heffnor oJcJ Jas W Tate Mr John Baltzell and Mr Saml R Smith Of this number Mr Smith is tne last this side of the great divide- A wave of sadness wafted over our city when the news came of file death The funeral services were con ducted by his brethren of the Ma ImDOYBriSnUa Soil Impoverished soil like impov erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyzing the soil can tell you what t fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give jt the rich red corpuscles that axe lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food rind fat is the element lacking in your system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk andcream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion as always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults t We will send you sample free ricoturelabel in on tho wrapper of every bottle sion you buy SCOTT do BOWKE- CHEMISTS Lu Pearl St JewTaIt 50c and 100 Alt Drugh j ors I Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tend by the use of deadly drugs thee is nothine to 66 ual Dr in restoring it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that humanity that suffers as I have During the three I suffered from nervous prostration I found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now point with scorn At morphine using how could when In thingthatwas a terrible habit and I knew of iU deadly grasp but I pever fully realized its mont1sOhhabit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to an such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver usinftiycbottlesusing morphine Now however much persons mar doubt it is my witness I am buttfeelsuffering MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell And guarantee first bot tIe Dr Send free book AddressUtI sonic fraternity on Monday last And a large attendance evidenced the respect in which he was held We give a few illustrations of them n which are so characteristic On one occasion there was a cir drlRyedJas M Saudis stable He was chafing Saftell abput it and then went into the harness room to attend to some repairs While in tie room Saflell looked him inand would not let him but until be agreed to set up the circus tickets Finally Towson assented Ho bided his time however and one day when Saffell had ordered a set of chairs from the prison the bearer brought them to the stable just as Towson was driving off and said they were for Saflell Towson told him to put them on top of the stage and immediately drove off taking the chair to his home at LawrenceburgAt ho had the habit of stopping the stage at the Saffell distillery for a drink of the delight fully cool water always used there Saflell would slip round and un hitch the traces of his horses Qom pulling Towson to got down off the stage to hitch them up again One day he kept his eye on Saffell and as soon as he unhitched the traces Towson reached into the stage boot and commenced pelting Saffell with eggs and thus paid him off A young farmer had been guying Towson about something and had a good laugh at him A few days after Towson saw him ploughing about a quarter of a mile away as the stage was nearing Alton He stopped and waived something he fellowand came running across the field to the fence Towson waited until the young fellow mounted the fence when he whipped up his horses and drove away chuckling Mr W B Showalter engineer at Saffells distillery and Towson were always playing pranks upon each other Ono day Showalter wanted to ride to town on the stage as it was late Towson stopped and told him all right Ho waited until Showalter had almost gotten on the vehicle when he drove oil leaving him standing in the pike MONDAY NIGHTS SCRAP On Monday night Thos Griffy Jr was arrested for having shot John Juries in the leg in a saloon In the lower part of the city Griffy and others claim that the shooting was accidental THE BIG SALE S D Johnson Co have inau u rateda slaughter sale of 85000 worth lot dry goods notions suits etc and will continue same for ten days IITheymedn business as they engaged Messrs G W proves Co to manage the sale for them THE ELECTION The regular November election was hold on Tuesday last In this county the only opposition to the County Democratic ticket was tha of Mr Richard Morris for Reprot suntative who made n very credit able race Ifor the city there was a hot fight Mayor and Couimilmon waged by two tickets thu ono headed by Di E E Hume us the Democratic candidate for Mayor with minor candidate behind him Thq other was the Fusion tiokob and was headed by Mr Kennerfaylor Tie fight was a bitter ono and was kept up to the lat minute The following is thovote- MAYOR E E Hume 1055 Kenner Taylor 783 Hjmes 2 COUNOILMENDEMOCRATSl O B Demnree i 1024 Z J Montgomery 1026 W J Gorman 1024 T E Kenney 1032 Wm Congleton 1030 E B Weltzel 1054 W S Rossen 1032 M Busam 1020 W G Simpson 1031 C M Bridgoford 1024 L C Guthrie 1004 J H Triplett 1025 FUSIONISTS F G Stagg i 787 R W McRery 728 LF Shelton 712 0 L Gayle 718 J M Perkins 718 M T Mitchell 6 p6 J H Eggleston 714 G S Reading 790 AH McClure 726 Thos A Hall 723- J N Crutcber W F Nickles 709 EVJSRY OUNCE YOU EAT tttatfallsharm It turns the outlr meal into poison This not only the blood the Y tissuebuild ing material but Itm it Ko dol Dyspepsia cure is a perfect dl estant It digests the food regard less of the condition of the stomach It allows that organ to rest and get strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn Sour Stomach Indi gestion Palpitation of the Heart etc by J W Gayle s RETURNS TO HIS OWN We are rejoiced to know that Rev R L MoCready the former brilliant and earnest rector of Asqen son Church in this city has returned to Kentucky to reside per manently and has accepted the charge of St Marks Episcopal Church at Crescent Hill and st Lukes at Anchorage We con gratulate these churches upon their good fortune and Kentucky updn Mr MoCready determination to remain CLEARED OF ACTION When the body JB cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell by the bloom of health on the cheeks the bright qtthel1CV of the mind Try them At all druggists 25 cents APPOINTED COUNTY SUPERVISORS Judge J H Polsgrove has appointed the following gentlemen ns supervisors of the county assessment for this year John H Stuart H M Craik Wm C French C H Morris Ransford Peyton Bowman Henry and A H Sullivan CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionIspoor patient and tho rich patierit too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup nornlngiso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a 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 25c regular size 75o At all druggists L yr O JL JS V O nJA Boutin J ri EearsthsThe Kiel Mwafs eght Pleasant to take J Laxative I J ifi SfrI11I1IiJ h NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION i Ask Your Doctorihfi1IIAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts reitthe best medicines for Constipation as they bring a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their stilts VJ are irritating to the intestines a s it tlllItablei Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thaw afr any other you have tried 1 ALL DRUGGISTSt 25o AND 60c PER BOOJTLB t Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades TT i Cradles and Fingers iA1 r Scythes and Snatches Wf f Scythe Stones Wheelborrows t Thresher Machine Oil ojI k Tarpaulinsi 1Jj1t j Monkey Wrenches Jft7 l Pipe Fittings and Wrench FRANKSTAGGI J J Hardware Paints Oils tcI f y r Value JOHN DRISOOLL The Leading Grocer Tlie Pioneer Dealer in Grade Kentucky HandMade tSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place f JOHNIDRISCOLL i tlj 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky IJ I Phones Office Now Old Residence Now Old Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Ho JrsImtotipmpmOfllco No Main Street over Barretts RpsldenceNo TQU4 Street Frankfort Ky 33m FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cookerels 300 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 each Thompson Strain JRingletB Barred Ply moth Rook OookerQ1s f sob and np AddressEUGENE E HOLE 73m Fr lltfi it QuqUty ir tSouthern HaIWasShortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville To St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as followsi LouisvUJQ012 p m i1t andOafeObservatlon t a changeLeave StLouis k Carrying Free Chair Oars and Pullman Sleeliertlroughr y without V Reserve Sleeping CarporthsvatfIII East Main St Lexington Ky or LouteviMi Kyi 4t t 2 4 hourfh AY lae LETTER LIST J J The following Is a list of ndv r tisecl letters for the week ending November IflOS IN f Adams John Adams Oma RikHoewortl O R Branson Miss Snllio HattieEGeorgiatC11rb111Delnnly Miss Elizabeth 2 Downing Albert iNJ Duvall Mss Sallie Edwards Ernest 1t1 Ford Mrs Outer Guilford Miss Maggie Haley P 0 k Halley Will Tie y- t JBornobeak Miss Sallie A titKelley George Sid Ltn Lei tnFrl1lllk LLyjmsi LulJIMastiu James il Mernick Patrick Miller Nat Morris Green Newman John S Niokell Robert Tars Naglel ff MPayton J W J A if Pope Mrs Nettle Reynolds Mrs Load Right Miss Walla LoulieRoseSoulley Mrs L E Smith Warden Steamer Champion 1I Stillfvan P J Swann Mrs Pearl The York Co Thumma J W Vanarsdell GRr Vaunge Mrs Hattie Mis Birdie 1IPinkleWright Jane E persons calling tot the above let cI tors will please saysadvertised1 E M DRANE P M BUT FEW ARE FREE lrom t indigestion at are this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only the best remedy lo use because it digests what you eat but because it also enables the digestive apparatus to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue lr building blood Kodol relieves sour stomach heartburn belching and all forms of indigestion Sold by J W Gayle FOR SALE- j t x I have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 pedigreeforMilch Cow very flue milker Ap fply to G H MASTIN i d R F D 8 Frankfort Ky Xeot 7tf 111 GOES TO OWENSBORO f t1 Mr Joseph Toombs window dresser and firstclass clerk for Mr- nl1 I Chas L Weitznl has resigned his 11 1pnsitlon to accept a larger place with an Owensboro firm f 1 CHURCH SUPPER AND fttl V BAZAAR fkAlfi The Ladies of Ascension Church suppegtwf lfoflhnrsday December 7th next i They will offer every kind of dainty and nice thing for Christ 1IJ1 mas and New Years presents Remember tho time 10td PERSISTENT ADVERTISING tlnf If you toot your little rand then lay aside your horn theras- not a soul in ten short days will 11 know that you were born The tlifill It man who keep a humping is the man who makes it pay The mar sudrfthe editor because it never works Tho man who gets the business hRs A long and steady pull and keep- his trade and paper from year t6 full Ho plans his advertisements in thoughtful honest way and keeps forever at it until be makes it pay He has faith lit rri all the future can with stand a bank i runt shock and like a man of Scrip lktitu e business on a rocks BIG WAREHOUSES o The Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co is just completing big warehouse at their Cliff 1 Distiller at Tyrone which wiN x11 hold whisky upwards of 50000 barrels of Justoomrtannery at the Forks of Elkhorn 4 which will hold 25000 barrels of Whisky He is now enlarging tho distillery and it will have a ca pacity of over 500 bushels daily Messrs W A Gaines Co are erecting a big warehouse at their Old Crow Distillery which will hold about 30000 barrels of whisky Those big jobs together with work going on in every direction in the city has created a big demand for laborers which there has been some trouble in supplying Every man who wants work cal got it hero now and there is no reason why any one should be idle Messrs E H Taylor Jr d Sons have erected now cattle pens a their distillery on Glens creek high above tbovalley and away from the crook NATURE NEEDS BUrr LITTLE Nntureneeds bnly a Little E rt Riser now and then to keep th bowels clean the liver native and the system frH2 frpm bil4liead aches constipation etc The famous little pills Early Risers are pleasant in effect and perfec- in action They never gripe or sicken but tone and strengthen the liver and kidneys Sold by J W Gayle THE OLD RELIABLE The attention of our readers is directed to the advertisement oj the Old Reliable Seller Carriage Co of Versailles in another place in our paper of today This con corn is keeping up the reputation of the old concern aqd any one desiring work done on their vehicles or to purchase new ones would well e to consult them before dead ing 1 Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings It has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has certain cure for Coughs Who6ping Cough Makes sliddrawsj easy outs out phlegm out the inflammation W 0 ayle COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was County Court day and there was a tremendous crowd in the city from all quarters of the county There was quite a quantity of stock cows calves horses mules colts etc offered for sale The prices ruled a little stiff however and cut the sales especially was this the case with horse stook dealers from other points saying they could not handle them at prices prevailing here If Little Colds neglectedthous- ands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too down to the very verge of con sumption 1 EXECUTORS SALE Mr John H Switzer as executorI of the late John M ceased willoffpr personalty stock farming implements household furniture etc for sale on Thursday November 16th He will also sell the farm of deceased if a suitable purchaser appears He also torthe estate and having top present same for settlement See his notice Dr iuuumtm jLuituurs art t what a horse needs when in bad a1vermifuge cents pier packager For sale by J W and LeCompte GayleIa THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information It you contemplate n trip to the counstry to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a seegmost qost Banff tho Beautiful in tIle Cana dian Rookies n sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to tho Expos tion City Americas virgin pInIground Yellowstone Park Hood or Mount Shasta tho mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou literallygliterature ob the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long djs tauoe talk may help you pliancy 1181 Address E H Bacon PA Mondn Route Louisville Ky t n STAMPING GROUNDIMiss Mattie otto county visited Thos J Brunor this otirerquarIAmong those securing tars since the fire are Irs Stewart Crutchfield They have rooms on tho second floor of the Hickoy Bros building The lund belonging to the S L Perry estate was divided by com missionors of tho county court last weokIlott stook brought good prices but farming implements ruled low The farm of 220 acres was purchased pertThe worst flrd of years visited our town Saturday bight and Sunday puhlisbe4Ed There were 21 additions to the justaconverts were baptized on Friday afternobn at Oldhnms mill Our people with commendable burnedton some UNO Years of suffering relieved in a oncejanydragWANTED By Chicago whole sale and mull order house assist ant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory SalalY too and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced permanentNoquired Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope- THOMAS J COOPER do CO 4lOt 182 Lake St Chicago Ill DrR P Bucktnaster steop athic Physician Office at Mrs Wm ODonnellB 485 Main Street Will he in office TUESDAY THURS DAY apd SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 876 48tf KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings Now Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION IIPrice Bur cat and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BAO- LCELEBRATED ClaiiYouant Dna Palmist Of New York Fame Is visiting In this city special wonderfulI 50 CENTS IFOR NEXT SEVEN DAYS asking a single question you who you are whence and for what you came GIVE FULL NAME Mme Watson Is a woman wonderfully gifted the most refined need not hesitate to call her powerful mediumship generationsshe IfIsee her no matter what your past experience with Clairvoyants has been If after reading you aro not saitsfied it will cost you absolutely YOUIhow to you miles away Tells how to domestic troublAs cure romovoI habit restores health separated in seven days locates lost or recovers old estates Nothing is difficult td her Hours 8 a m to 0 p m daily and Sunday Evorythlngoon cleu tial You no Conveniently Jooated at 445 Main St IA X r OrICE Mme Watsons reduced fee o shorttJmQIonlf i n d STRONG Nan u rail u its kid a Io 1R AgainIs StovallofTiltonGju said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds t of other weak women are being restored to perfec- health tl by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take Inigestioncauses nearly all the sickness that wnrnen have It deprives the system of nourish towomendiseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive 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 Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour rlsingsbelchinghnrtburnandall stomach disorders Digests What You Ea nin wtrtorus att trpmd a1 it rw ntrrfLODADtcctte For sale by J W Gayle Hankfort d Ginoinnati 8U The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 MNo643 4 20 LT D Frankfort Ar 1129720 06 6 28 Summit 712 2 6 SIf Elkhorn 2 6 42 Switzer 6 8 53 Stamping Ground 106S 6 96 6 69 Duvall 8 41I7 05 Johnson 8 12It Georgetown 1035 629 7 15It 1 o S I 1080 6 2 69 23If Newtown 854 907 8071 783 Centerrille 846 559 8 157If Elizabeth 8 555 8 747 Paris Junctn 882 6 25 7 M Art Paris f Lv 830 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuokyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P M1A11251720 2 MIA 8 6 JAr Georgetown Arl LV 8001400 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A M PM PM 6 20 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 715 261 LvGeorgetown Ar 626 7 8 40 LT arta Ar 5 88 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort A11 25A 720P 47P 12A A Georgetown A 9 04A 625P S6P 7 60A A Paris L 8 542P 6 lIP 42A A Winchester U 7 09A 245P 15P 9 50A A L 5 45A 115P 8 21A ACvnthiana L 502P 20P 64P A Richmond L 1 20A IMP 80A A Cincinnati L 265P QKO B HARPER C W HAY Pre and Genl Supt G P A BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m except 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a lnto11 p m except 11 a n1 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6n m to 10 p m except 10a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 in Loaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main street E T Phone 010 Home Phone e 1274 Y ALEXANDER President tf i k L EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD L GOIN jSCOTT QO- NBUILDERS If j AND GRNDRAL CONTRACTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned tOld phone 038 m New Fast Train a TO J ColoradoUTAH ANDTHB PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 10 900ttserviceThroughsea Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address n G MA 8 Tray ss Art Louisville X7JH O TOWN8END Gen PMS Ticket Agt 8t Louis Mo t I A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOKS J Big Book House Failed Stock Must be Sold At Once atFrom 10 to 50 cents on the DoUr These are Sample Prices Late copyrights n ere 150 Our rice 88 ots List Includes liThe Christian Call of the Wil- dBrewstersDlillloneGraustarJsII liThe Castaway David Harum etc Encyclopedia Britannioa 10 vols half leather regular 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens complete works 15 vols regular 1500 our price 295 Xmas Special Worlds Best Poets Shakespeare Longfellow and 48 others De Luxe Full Leather padded edges regular 150 our cents each edltiuniEvery book guaranteed to peifect and satisfactory money back without I Jbooksretail price while they last Get our free bargain list before order ingSave 50 to 90 per cent on Christmas books Write for it today THE DAVID CLARKSON CO tu Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98t Lowest Special Homeseekers Rates I EVER MADE TO OKLAHOMA x INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE t GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA LOUISVILLEJHBNDERSON ST LUlllo ill THE HENDERSON ROUTE In connection with nil other routes Tickets on snlo November 7th and 21th December 5th and 19th All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale 4 OWN A HOME Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville KyayJ H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent J i IJ rj is We carry a Ii 1 of u are Ii Main St Both Phones Now the time for building BARNS tf complete stock of t V Crimp and CQrrtigeitedii STEEL ROORINGRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools unexcelled 1 1 307309 RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Obinn reo tor Sunday November 12 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 980 am Sabbathschool in the ohapel 780 p m Evening Prayer and SermonIWednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer Friday l Teachers Mooting at 715 in The public cordially invited to attend 2 CHRISTIAN CHUROHRuv C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets chapelBusiness Led by the President Prayermeeting Wednesday even Infe at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited r CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m r Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the 1ichapel Class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at645 p in Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free- FIRST t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoO Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J 0 A Vaught the pastor is conducting a revival meeting Rev W J Harney the Evangel ist will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m c Sundayschool at 745 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m i Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m- At the morning service the ordi nation of Elders and Deacons will placeSundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at the Bridgeport Presbyterian Church tomorrow Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock FARM FOR RENT r With some tobacco land on it Threequarters of a mile from city limits ee- MRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf P C SOIISIER8c CO The Thanksgiving Tablel ftka I Yf M vOf course you want your table to look its prettiest when the folks come to the feast Heres t i the secret Snowy white few pretty flowers and 8park1ingJ glass and silver The two latter we are prepared to show you in large array and at prices which are well worth your appreciation was tl AfS ROoT Jfi ti t 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY ITS GOOD THE HOLY CITY The cantata ofhThe Holy City will be given at the Opera House on Friday evening November 24 It will be for the benefit of the Kings Daughters Hospital and the best of our superb musical talent will take part No doubt it will be a success both musically and finan cially A THEATRICAL EVENT The Isle of Bong Bong which is to be the special attraction at the Capital Theatre Thursday Novem ber 16 is rightfully classed among the few really brilliant successes in the field of light operatic entertain meat No musical production in recent years has attained such in stantaneous popularity or won so great a measure of critical approba tion as was accorded this delightfully clover mixture of mirth and melody during Its phe nomenal run of over two hundred consecutive performances in Chi B C Whitney Americas most indefatigable producing man ager has christened this his latest and greatest production The Spark ling Musical Surprise and as given it the most elaborate ins sUture and magnificent equipment of su porh scenic and costume offeots ever lavished upon a theatrical offering The inimitable Gus Sohike has sur passed all former efforts in his mar vellous and execution of complicated and original stoic pictures ensembles and encore numbers Messrs Will M Hough and Frank R Adams stand sponsors for the book which has been amplified by Melville Boker while Joseph E Howard isjresponsiblefor the score The lyrics treat an theme of a strictly new and novel nature The plot Is consistent and withal is ludicrously amufcng throughout the entire performance The lea o ing events follow each other in clearly defined sequence An in teresting loo story is told during the progress of which farcical complications arise in a perfectly legiti mate manner The piece is freighted with a wealth of song successes of extraor dinary merit including which may 1lIyltUncltJ 11h61U8eOf The Brownies and the captivating number Heap Love a seductive Indian Serenade An allstar oast of exceptional merit has been provided the entire leadIingJohn W Ransome who won international renown as the Cincinnati Brewer in the Prince of PilsenI Alice Yorke is thu prima donna Others in the oast are Anna Boyd Edith Depew John Hendricks Walter Ware Clement Johnstone Lennard B Hoyt Chas R Hatgh and Charles Parcor Diphtheria relieved in twenty minutes miraculous Thomas Ecleotrio Oil Av any drug store EXECUTORS NOTIOE As executor of the late John M Broyles deceased I give notice to all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the estate to come forward and settle promptly I Persons having claims against the estate will present same prop erly proven to me for settlement JOHN H SWITZER Exor John AL Broylen Deod Switzer Ky 10lmhI Is on box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine TabletI tlM rwMd that cure esld fa MM 4iIQI Pta 11101 dlt = f Frankfort I itHH 7 OUR DESIGNS AND PAT 1 TERNS ARE THE NEWEST AND MOST POPULAR AND i 1t i OUR NAME AND REPUTATION J J ARE BACK OF EVERY PIfiOE WE SELL 10U THE MOST COSTLY OR THE LEAST 4 cf5I EM E L B EReliable 1 IT AT SELBERTS unanimously arrangement Dr MARRIED SOOTTOLAXTON In Cincin nati Ohio on Thursday Mr RobI ert Scott and Miss Ottio Claxton both of this county- UPDYKEWILEY In this coun on Thursday Mr George Up dyke and Miss Marie Wiley were married by Rev JU D Stuckor- CRAWFORDTATE In this city on Saturday Mr Crawford and Miss Marie Tate both of this county were married by Rev L ll Stuokor WILLISWITT this city on Wednesday Mr R C Willis of Woodford county and Miss MinnieID Witt were married by O A Vaught MA MARTINHOCKENSMITH Mrs John T Hookonsmith an theirItake place on the 6th Mr Martinis a sterling young man His bride jis one of our handsome and domos young ladiesa prize that any man might be proud of- WANTEDBy 11 Chicago Manufao turing House person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest ment required Previous experi not essential to engaging lance Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512t METHODIST LADIES EX CHANGE The ladies of he Methodist Exohange11n the usual hours They cakes pies bread croquets oandyI etc for sale and at prices Remember them chasing your Sunday supplies 1t Ji Kentucky WHETHER Jeweler SOUTHERN RAILWAY i St LouisLouisville Lines lt1H TIME TABLE Corrected to June N5190 r Louisville Division iNo I No5 No8 amp m pm rl lv Loulflville 745 400 7eovAr 851Lawrenceburg Ij 1016Lexington 842 954 i710 1020 725Georgetown 0 No 4 No 2 No am pm amt 1ArLexington 605 445 780 755Ifihelbyville 720 636 010 Louisville 840 760 1040 andLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 5 and 6 Through Obser vat10n chair car between burg and Burgin thaSouthviaKnoxville J arriving Prbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between LouisStNo No2 IlLvAr Huntingburg l145am 12008 m 100 p m 14b a m St Louis 638 p ml 783 a ml No8 No1 Lv St Louis Ar Princeton pmlmLoulavlueNo No23 Lv Louisville p mi 860 a Ar Huntingburg 1850 pm 1145 amBvansvllla pm IBOp mINo No12 i pArm Ar Louisville 1169 a ml 645p4nv 4LouisvilleTrains Nos 0 and run solid between LomaI tTrainsclass Coaches between Evansville and Loula ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louie car Cafe Parlor Oars Night trains between Louisville and St Loula Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Oar with buffet service sppl7toHB Spencer 8 H Hardwiok GB Allen QPA I rlI = r 1The Great Sale Is Now On 1 L f JnL1IIAtIII G vkIII II ir This Great Sale Began Friday November 10th t Entire stock of Dry Goods etc of S D JOHNSON CO 311 Main Stnct Frankfort Ky is now in the hands of The Vorlds Greatest Bargain Givers G W GROVESfrCOk CJC DLTCJrC J38t r In the interest of I 81 oI1kcT CQiTHE STOCK IS DOOMED AND MUST CO THEY ARE FORCED TO NOSE THEIR DOORS To prepare for this the Greatest Sale of High Class Dry Goods Notions Furnishings for Women and Children that has ever occurred in this City and surrounding country THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE TURNED INTO CASH IN TEN DAYS On account of the backward season and being heavily overstocked S D JOHNSON CO find themselves right now in this condition with 35000 Worth of Dry Goods on Hands Everything ismai ked in large plain figures and at such Low Prices as are bound to move them quickly All have been combined by the Con ductors and will be sold at FAR LESS THAN COST OF PRODUCTION 1 will go as far as 3 G W GROVES CO CONDUCTORS BeganPA M for 20 all at of for Big lot fine Silk Hair also Suit ings S D price 200 and 225 per yd 80o One lot fine blue and white 325 yd 480 Big lot extra fine Wool very fine for your new fall suit Co ydGrovesOne lot fine Hair and all blue green greys etc Co sold these 400 and 450 per yd 98o pattarnsydGrovesI Get That New Silk Dress and PettiJ coat Now black Silk Poau Do Sole peraBig lot Silks Co sold these for price39cBig lot Silks 890 One big lot fine and sold by Co for 160 and 200 per yd 69c F ydGrovesAlso big lot Silks 7Ro Big lot sold for 200 per yd sells them for 89o r Big lot fine Silks yard wide 150 98c It pay to 100 miles to of a Mammoth Sale of nothing to you away and all The Jackets that sold Silk Lined Groves Less than Raw Cost Material Chevoit Suits Coats and Silk and sold 3500 Groves One Fine 6000 Suit Silk Lined Silk Underskirt Groves Price 1800 DRESS GOODS Camels Suitings mixed English Johnsons Groves price fanuy Suitings Groves price Suitings assorted colors goods Johnson Camels Zibeleno Suitings colors mixed Johnson Groves price SILKS Heavy Plaid beautiful goods Johnson Messaline Checks Plaids Johnson Groves price Fancy Groves black Taffata values will you come attend this sale Dry Goods Have keep price Skirts Skirts Lined price 998 SILKOLINES CRETQNS ART TICKING SilkolinesFine patterns in Silkoliue must go lie yd Big lot Cretans fancy patterns extra wide sold fur 200 lie yd yd25oBig lot Curtain Swiss 7c yd TOWELINGS AND TABLE LINENS soldforpurelinen9c Big lot Mercerized Table Linen 85o values Groves price 190 tablelinenReadymade Large Bath Towels 15o values 9o Fine Linen Towels 25o values 140 MENS SOCKS Big lot Mens Fine Socksf19c PERCALES 27inch Percales 5o yd KOinoh Percales best quality 9o yd Big lot Fancy Flanoldttes 9c yd AND LACES Big lot Hamburg Embroidery 5o qualities 80 All will go rapidly 80 qualities 5c Get your share lOo qualities 70 Torohon Laces per yard 8c Friday 1OPENINGiSuits Jackets Rain Coats Must Gowe Must Have Money 19SAll ReadytoWear throughout TailorMade EMBROIDERIES BLANKETS AND COMFORTS All must GoGetYour Share Now One big lot fine large Blankets doomed price 480 One lot fine extra large nice ones cheap at 100 Gao 150 large Blankets 78c One lot very choice 860 all wool Blankets Groves price 219 850 Comforts 198- CALICOES Big overstocked lot Calicoes 1000 yards 260 yd Big lot yardwide Cotton bleached 60 yd Big lot 60 and 7o Outings Groves price 4ijO yd 8e Outings 50 yd- GLOVES Big lot new Golf Gloves 85c values 23- o50cGloves new stylish Golf Glove 390 75c fancy Gloves 48o Big lot fino Kid Gloves sold 125 and 185 89c BAGS All Marked Down and AllMust Go 85o Bags 19o 50o Bags 8lic 75o Bags 48c UNDERWEAR Bit lot Ladies Union Suits worth 50c Groves price 25o Big lot Ladies AllWool Union Suits 100 ones 69o Ladies twopiece suits fine ones per garment 28o Ladies twopiece suits fleece lined ribbed Johnson Co sold them for 65o Groves price 480I CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR all sizes must go at less than raw cost of material HOSIERY Big lot ladies fine Hose must go 7c Another lot 9o 20o ladies and childrens Hose 13cBig lot fineribbed and fleecelined hose for women and children cheap at 80c 19o 50o Ladies Hose now stock 89c SATEEN SKIRTS Big lot fine 100 and 125 Skirts 780 300 Skirts fancy ones 149 000 and fi50 Silk Skirts Genu ine Taffata Silk 489 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES 12jC Pillow Cases 9c Big readymade Sheets 49o 94 Hemstitched Sheets 69c THOUSANDS OF OTHER THINGS Such as Millinery etc which we have not space to mention are hung plainfiguresduction awayopening These ar Reservedthe If lSD JOHNSON COafter over 20 years Frankforts Most Reliable Dry Good rouse find themselves right now with 35000 worth of Fine Dry Goods on hand All have been combined by the Conductors and will be sold for ANY OLD PRICE Watch for S D JOHNSON COS name over the door and the Big Blue Sign to avoid making a mistake or being misled If you value money dont miss this Gigantic Overstocked Sale of Dry Goods at retail at Frankforts Most Reliable Dry Goods House 1ft S D JOHNSON COr T 311 Main Street Frankfort Ky G W GROVES Ie CO Conductors 4 JI N 1iIa l SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the flro cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you fool as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga vritns r wife had a very aggra sated couJliwhich kept her awake nights Two physicians could not hell her so she Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her1 Strictly scientific 4 cure for bronchitis and In grippe At all druggists price 60c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free- EDUCATIONAL The Teacher The strategic point in any educational system is the teacher We jnay have a good school in a wood shed without furniture and without apparatus The Great taught on the mountain Teaoherj a good school even in a ace is an utter out a good teacher The teacher forI the most part makes the atmosphere of the school and in a large measure moulds the public senti mont of the community Next to withtipupils and often h6 has to do than both parent and pastorl with the direotIon of their and the formation of ideals Fortunate indeed is the student who finds during his whole school life one really great WholIsome and inspiring teacher entbuIBlastlowhole country and build a monu ment that will endure as as hearts and minds endureState growingI Martin of S Oner of the good teacher is scholarship hut all good scholars are not good teachers any more than all good scholars are good preachers good lawyers pr good business men professions and many business avo- catiaris preparation and practical training in the complex the work are required to insure suooass This requirement is made of the teacher in all theI le educational States In fact Rebtuokyis the only State in the union save one that does not main thin a system of State Normal Sabools forthe professidnal train ing of her teachers The other State which dues not maintain such schools is Delaware but Delaware hasapYv a which enables her teachers professional training This leaves Kentucky decidedly in the rear in this important duty Illinois spends a of a mil lion dollars annuaUyin maintain inehei five Normal Schools Missouri has three of these institutions but the last le islature established two more and appointed a committee to locate them All the other adjoining States have State Normal Schools Why should Kentucky the ridbest and the best of all of them in natural resources in men und women in everything be the hindmost in educational facilities We prognos ticate that the orownin work of the next General Assembly will be the Educational Legislation1 The trend of public sentiment isI decidedly in the direction of Nor jnal Training Schools for our teachers The fourth State Development Convention which was in s ession at the Gait House Louisville Oc tober 10 12 1005 passed the fol lowing resolutions Resolved That in order to better fit the groat mass of our public school teachers for the arduous duties imposed upon them we recommend the extension of our common school system by the es tablishment of an efficient system of State Normal Schools and we earnestly commend consideration of this subject to the next General Assembly The Kentucky Educational Asso elation which was in session at Mammoth Cave June 21 22 23 1905 passed the following resolution Resolved That this Association commit itself unreservedly to the creation of a system of State Nor mal Schools and that we second in every way the efforts of the Educa tional Improvement Commission to Bfloure three such by enactment of the next General Assem blyVSimilar en passed by the public school teach ers io everyj county in Kentucky annually for the past two OB three years Over 8000 teaohers have placed themselves on record as in favor of this educational advance educated progressive men have espoused the cause and it is to be hoped that the whole people f will become interested in the mat ter of professional training of pub lie school teachers The best school house the best equipment and the best teacher is r none too good for the poorest and the raggedest boy or girl in the rudest log hut in Kentucky It should be remembered that a rv Normal School can not do the best work without a Practical Department in which actual teaching is- 4tpissurpJJbotIatlcis done On WJPrker of Ip hloago and the greatest teacher of Pedagogy in his time A professional training schopl for teachers is an impossibility without the essential moans for training teaohors to wit a practice school consisting of all the common grades A school of chemistry without a laboratory a medical school without a dissecting room nJ manual training school without tools or material are Just as prac ticable as a normal school minus nIschool for practice Knowledge and mental power are of time first indispensabletoall the great art of teaching can only be acquired by teaching Kentucky ought to be satisfied with nothing but the best NEW WINTER RESORT SEA SON 10051900 Tho Beautiful Sapphire Country the man whoso imagination is with facts and fortified with Ifpd the southern portion the United States will always seem the favorite child of omnipotence and its handmaiden Na ture Practically every resource that ministers to time wealth and greatness of a people has been lav ishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full bosomed magnificence dwells neither here nor therehut every whore we like in all roverence to call those Southern States indeed Gods country One who knows the South realizes how after ma terial sifts had been so generously bestowed the designing power completed its work by dotting it liberally with those auxiliaries of modern olvilhmtionJJ resorts summer and the crisp of the South these tdsorts have proven not only protectors of our peoples health they are adding now and that will add substan tially in the future to our actual wealthThe Florida resorts need no de tailed at this date They have1 won alrdady thousands of wealthy Northerners and Southern EuropeanISouth phire country that of Eden of the North Carolina mountains with wlliA1 the word Toxaway has inseparably identified its beauties and its healthcompelling qualities have been open to civiliza tion only a few years rela tively means to a host of southern and Northern people today recreation and reoupelI tlo under conditions ws ideal as can be arranged by the copartner ship of and Nature The six hotels underthe manrfgo ment of the TixaVay Hotel Com pany with Mr J O at have been instrumental in this rapid achievement The Sapphire has done the rest The hostelries have been artfully located getting the wide benefits which come front altitudes ranging from 2250 to 4780 feet The farreaching estate pf Tpx away comprises 81000 acres in which are more than seventyfive miles of brook and river yielding the gamest of game trout In theruA od recesses of the estate there tire deer wild turkey and rutted with hear here and there and oooasionnUyquJ1il The three lakes like shimmering sapphires splashed down in the leart of mountains with the winding forest roads create indellible im pressions of the place opening of the winter season Toxaway Inn the greatest of the Toxaway resorts an nounces itself ready for business for the approaching season after having completed most suc cessful summer season known in the history of Southern resorts this time on this institution becomes not only a summer but a winter resort appealing to the South in the summer and to the North in winter It is on the direct line of travel from eastern and western points to Florida and Manager Burrowes has made every arrangement to catch the businessI as it goes to and comes r idaAnd it is safe to say that those who stop to take in the beauties of the Toxaway country will be amply compensated for in the matter of scenic attractions there is nothing like it this side of the Rooky Moun tains Constitution Atlanta Ga Oct 12 1905 98t TIlE HICKS AIiMAAO FOR 1008 The Rev Ill R Hicks Almanac will nut be published for 1906 but his Monthly Journal Word and Works beenchngedlnto 0a large and Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The Novembor number now ready contains the forecast from January to June 1908 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1906 The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar h year See it and you will have it The No vember and January numbers con taining the Rev Ill R Hicks fore oasts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sepUliig at drice t35 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St LoulstMb 82mI DONT BE DECEIVED Do not be deceived by counter feits when you buy Witch Hazel Salve The name of E C DoWirt genuinenpplyDeWittsand morning Host for Cuts Burns Boils letter Eczema etc Miss H M Mlddleton Thebes Ill sa3RI was seriously afflicted with a favor sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel daysSoldr1 v STATE AID New Hampshire has taken a most remarkable step in the direction of a better system of public highways A measure has been enacted into law appropriating no less a sum than three quarters of a million dollars for the permanent improve ment of the main highways of the State The money is to be raised at the rate of 125000 a year for six yearsThis amount will build a great many miles of macadam will no doubt load to still furtherI construction in years to It is what we will all have to come to sooner or later The State must do the general roadmaking Thp cities and villages and oven counties are top small units for so largo a work But State and towns in combination can accomplish a great deal and the burden will be lighter New Hampshire in reality has only taken a place in the mttrcbof progress CAiSTORIAJ rBear the Signature of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DlgMtt w atYoutI4 DO IT TODAYI injunctionNeveryou can do today is now gene orally presented in this form D- ojttodayI at is the tersea vloewp want to give you about fracking cough or demoralizing cold with which ypu trug grIng for several days weeks Take some reliable remedy forit todayand let that remedy be r Boschoes German Syrnp- whloh has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve our cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your tough even if dread yourlungseffect a cureas it has done before In thousands of apparentlyhopeess cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drugigsts lyr Cough Season Fall and Winteris the LungTrqubles ppnt let them start Every Cough and Cold means tearing down n threat against life Every neglected Cough makes tjie next one come easier dales White Pine Expectorant Curs ftoughs by iemorr lug the oauSetIt heals strengthens and soothes loosens the Oough and cures thoroughly PRICE 15 CENTS ill W WtEDrUIRist Corner Annjiiad Broadway Frankfort Ky i Pft j 1 I sm AVegelab1 lheloodandRe AsIling ihaStomadis PromotesTHgpstionCheerfuI ness stCof OpmmMorphine norjj NOT NAB C OTIC ItU1rSW1lZZ1l1C 2rduel tItJ ulIC alaer w nrr4- 1Apexfectllemedyfor Constipa eaIVprthsConvulsionsFeverish ttfes or TacSurule Signatofe of NEW YORK Ji and of t f AND WINTER OCT 1906 EASTBOUND 102No4 DailyEx PM A M Leave Leave d Btations j t Lexington Winchester 52r fridge iCIjJacksOn 2cTrains dally except Sunday trains dally except Sunday trains connection Junction points Trains connect Junction vrUhthbO ORyvtty Trains iond connect Beattyvillo Junction Beattyvilia BARR CHARLES BCpTT General Manager Af IDally II Stations Tacksott Junction 846I Hampton Wllhurst 19iHehichawa Cannel connection with points Lexington Eastern Railway CONLEY Superintendent SOLD The Henderson Route Free Chair Cats all Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky and Sti COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES THE WEST ANA trip change location future Got J1enderson Route Habit comfortable line and comfortable train always good habit least givo naming rates have quip train service the- free and rates WHAT MORE YOU WANT HEAt Triv Pies W Gen ROUTE LOUISVILLE ftIJuj CASTORIA For Infanta Children The You Always Bought Bears the- Signature The Kentno tt You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY EFFECTIVE MELTABLE WESTBOUND iI DailyMl 1wo8 J A PM ArlJArj 225 74510 0 iOl0I rc 605 t810 826 m J 20 480aM 1918 40 Olar City 40 828 480923 485 954 67NetaraI fit HOt 401 t8iT741 1008J611 70 68 BeattyvillAfncton 62 12 010 1180 825 t w No 3 anal v Noe 8 and close at 0 K on the 0 K By Nos and 8 at 8 E for dt No 4 at with the for v f and local J B OHIO ANDKENTUCKYRAILWAVI t M Is Ex Sand Ex Sund + A M Lve p M Lve f J Noas No21 Dally Daily Ex IA M Ar 0 980 28o 880 1120 0 l 923 280 O K 1126 1 168 V 117 11B3 10 162 480 1158 18 1760 128 Lee 610 1222 10I 618 1228 716 106 City US 1245 rt and 22 will make close at O K Ju ctlon Nos 8 and 4 vj on the and M L r COMFORTINI Reclining points Louis TO SOUTHWEST r 1T If you contemplate a or a of in the near the It is the in a a acquireI At us the opportunity of We tho elltfthe fcho DO J H GALItA L JIRWIM Passat ilENDEBSON KY 1 Jr s Kind t1 i nfc No M t 406 I l L Bund Ex Sued Mls PM Ar f 8s 74 L2 L for on is to 1o Queen and Crescent0 H t Snoitest outeJ AND QUickest 1ScfBdulu iBETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA A TL A NT A- BIRMINGHAMI T SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter 4 C E 9I1JIjJ T P A M Mall ftrttt Uxtaftofl Keatwcky t d