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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rMT i i t fY THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT d GEO A LENIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1Enats 100 In Advance t v VOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV IS 1905 NO II r The Best Very Made Boys Clothesar u = f f 4COPYRIGIiL tt a t f t McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR STi I 1tWritten for the Roundabout FRANKFORT ITS ENVIRON MINTF South Sido as rhe way across the biidgo ris designated presents quite a businesslike appearance with its added air of attractiveness caused by the arrival of now ople interostod in the Capitol erWcion anti Iho establishment of various ventures intended for progressive endeavor The strict are flllnd with wagons hauling material in 1 tended for the new Capitol Fol lowing in the tvaknof tho drivers wo walk up Second to Main to he known hereafter as Capital Ave nun anti gradually mount up to theplateuu whore a scone of groat activity is spread out before us The foundations for the building are laid deep nail wide with every possibility of added greatness when- the children of future generations shall point the finder of pride to Ithe magnificent structure exclaim ing It Behold tho epitome of a t splendid zeal immortalized in mar blo and bronze made glorious with the records of a past bathed in the blood of patriots History shall repeat itself in the generalization of a composite factoring gathering t to itself the reoordsof ages Art shall become a being of intrinsic worth commensurate with paint ings of a superior cult known and loved of all mon Music will emblazon her honors not alone in silent chords of sympnony but in l tho sweetest cadences of a perfect t harmony while education shall mount to the pinacle of acclaim with tho praise and glory accorded to our God Those prohosios portend upward rand onward progression for our grand old Commonwealth Let hor- i wave tho flag of ponce tho whlto omblom of a renewed friendship so much desired PO much needed and lot her teach thn children tho- r beauty of r vJrl3noe the faithful ness of prayer the promise of re l ward hold out to those who guard ntherintCrots Mr Cotteral tho Superintendent of Construction is a genial pleas q ant gentleman Ho very kindly listened to our interrogations and 4 supplied all necessary information l as to the early ertccion and corn C TRONG talk but lrJ true Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats uii edualigdthe boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est allwool materials sewed with silk thread seams tMpcd buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional Line at 500 R K FRANKFORT KY pletion of the allimportant State Onpitol by 1907 So may be it The ground selected for the site is historic in its every feature for by some providential guidance the spot designated for the building was once a fort called Frankfort erected by the early settlers of Kentucky and used by them to protect their families from the savage Indians Afterward used as a place of offense and defense in the Civil war and filled with memories of the ever recurring past This Capitol will fill a long do sired want in the hearts of the poe pin of Kentucky who have so Ipng been on tho divided proposition of location It will unite by bonds of fraternity every interest and with hands beyond tho computa tion of an individual public the common weal will receive an impetus remarkable in its progress permanent in its progress permanent in its effects anti plausible from every view point On every side of this beautiful Capitol ground one can view nature in her perfoctnesB The river winding in its usefulness the large buildings of various employments tho bridges North Frankfort and the hills about Around the curve of which winds the shining tracks of the railroad climbing out of the valley up to higher land Taking a street oar for observation one is im pressed with the beauty of tree embowered streets beautiful modern ized residences the Second Pres byterian Church the only building of God In South Frankfort and is told that iia saloon has ever boots opened across this line of water Great recommendation fer a home lifo this Tho Public Schools are located here and while watching tho stream of children pouring from imItucky especially Frankfort and a future of normal training in which tho teachers shall receive improved conditions Prof Fuqua Sup orin- tendent of Public Instruction Prof McKoe Principal of the Schools and Miss Pattie Superintendent of County Schools are all capable efficient cooperatives who will see to it that the children shall find the highest good in correct conduct and intellectual progress rf M f CO COPYRIGHT 1905 s r This question of education con fronts us It is beyond computa tion and appeals to every effort of our being What shall be done with the children who play hooky and the children whose parents think a little sohoolin will do fur em1 A gentleman argued with your correspondent the other day relative to compul competentI mon school education Objeotinf because he believed that it took away the freedom of the taxpayer the obligation of the parent the relative proposition of a selfish aggrandizement in behalf of the people in general It was a new revelation in a parlance of philo sup hie reasoning In this enlight ened day and generationto ques tion such a proposition And yet there are hundreds of these men and women who are stumbling blocks in theway How shall they be taught that an educated man or a woman possesses tools for accom plishment of a life work that an uneducated person never dreamed of Passing the thought of selfin struction ono is brought face to face with a rockbound prospect along the river road More there was blasting for the rook to macad amize tho streets and fill in every depression in building blocks Thn street railway runs along this riverbank and has brought the smoke and dust of civilization into the pure atmosphere of a quiet soli tude No longer lovers care to walk hand in hand along the river road and the narrow line of rail is indicative of what the rural popi laoe may exfeot when the city takes upon herself the airs of a great emporium But we have slept long enough upon our rights to keep abreast with the inward march of progress Lot us awake with tho thought of renewed free dom of immortal existence and make of our city a place for tho in dwelling of peace and love N S COX November 15 11M5 oiittes Early Risers The famous little phis itly FROM OUR SAILOR BOY Now York City As I only havq about twentyfoil hours spare time I thought I would drop you a few lines to lot yo know I am well and having a good time Hope when this letter reaches the boat it will find yoi and tho rest Df the crew the same We went to the Mississipp river and stayed there three days and on the third tiny Tacitly Roosevelt came aboard and wo left in tin morning and had a wilt sea but when we came near Cape Hat terns we all thought the fire way out At one time I thought th Falls City had some large waves but I dont think so now Severn waves carne over tho ship Shi rocked so much if any ono had to cross the ship he would have to la down and as the ship would roll Ill would slide over When we would eat we would have to sit in a corner or tie ourselves to something so wo would not slide It was most too rough to sloop in out hammocks so we laid them on dock In tU3 morning I found myself at one end and my hammock at tic other 1 thought of the Roundabout Office several times while we were in tha mix up Most all of the new fol lows got sick anti I laughed nt them In about ono hour I com moiuod to feel funny Well yoi know the rest what happens when a kid gets seasick After wo passed tho Cape ant walking was good Teddy camp around and shook hands with mos every member of the crew H looks like all of his pictures und did not have on such swell clothes Seems to bo a nice fellow H went down in the fire room anc shoveled some coal I am very glad T was not hoton hallow eve or I would have got ten in bad We are now lying in the North river at Grants Tomb or 127th St New York I hear wi will lay here about a month an get some repairs and take on abou 1UOO tons of coal and all the stores we can anti tnen start out for n three years cruise When I Jet back I will have some few things to talk about At Annapolis Md an English floet joined us with Prince Louis of Battenberg on thoir flag ship When we dropper anchor ho came over to call on our Admiral He had a few told med als etc anti was a good looking man We are going to have a good time in tills Hoot Christmas Hope you will have the stone As I havi told you every thing about my pas life I suppose I had better corn rnenco to bring this letter to a ales for this time Hoping to hear from you all some day I will say good night P SI forgot something abou Unit storm One man was washer overboard on the Colorado He wan acting smart Whoa tho race was over the West Virginia was in tit lead I will Fine otf for this time Yours truly C J SHEETINGER TERRIFIC RACE WITH DEATH Do nth was fast approaching writes Ralpn F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result ol dlHnseImany sovera medicines but got no benefit until- I began to use Electric Bitters Sc wonderful was their effort that In 11anINEW CASHIER Mr1 MoH Craig the cashier of the Capital Trust Co having resigned the Directors met on Wednesday and elected Mr S French Hogo to that position This to a high compliment to a worthy young man 11 w A CREEPING DEATH Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaiuo Minn writes that a friend dreadfully in ured his hand which swelled up lace blood poisoning Bncklmis Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for hurts nod sores 25o at all druggists BUYS FARM HERE Mr Frank H Duvall who has been living near Worthvillo has purchased 23 acres of land on the river below this city from Mr Graves Hancock for 1200 i A Busy Bay Every n J determinediing the coming week Prices Will Brillg- rho ililSiliOSs As they will be made on goods that will interest almost every lady just now THE SACRIFICE WILL BE MADE ON Ladies Suitsj Skirts Woolen Dress Goods and Silks Ladies Tailored Suits One lot of Lndiest Snits finely tailored which were splendid values nt 2500 our price for the I week lot of Ladies Suits tailored the best in long or short worth 8500 our price for the I week only I A beautiful Tailored Suit with long Coat in they last I only Big in Woolen Dress Goods at 89c 49c 59c and 75c per yard 80 inch Taffeta Silk worth 125 per yard all colors our price for the week I Only 41 St Clair at Bridge OABean the f 20 111One I 29981 III II3751 1Ibargains 98c 111 op RABIN BRO a St OaXA A Km t 1every jWday necossirias at economics pries AYc 01 have the Largest ffASQltnHnt ot Novelties and Notions flrSee our Splendid LiQe of Umbrellas T JPERSONAL Mr John W Gayle spent Sunday in Louisville Mr R G Higdon went to Louis ville Friday night Miss Anna Bell Chinn is visiting friends in Indiana Miss Alice Farmer is visiting relatives in DtUlilloI WetnesdnMr 0 Steele Rending spent Sun lay in Shelby county Mr John P Selbert went to OinJ cinnati on Wednesday Gen 1B Hays has returned from Washington City Miss Mary Belle Taylor is visit ing friends in Danville Miss Bottle Bowen has gone to Chicago Ills to reside Rev J L Clark of Cynthiana Avas in the city Monday tiMr A Ford of Stamping Ground jwas in the city Monday Judge J H Mulligan of Lexing ton was here Thursday Mr John B Dryden Sr went Cincinnati on Saturday toI Col L P Tarlton was in ton this week on business Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was a visitor here this week Mr W C Trnbue of Louisville was in the oity on Thursday MIF C E Merrill of Lexington was in the city on Wednesday Judge C IL Mo Do well of Danville was in the city Tuesday Capt W F Dnndridpe and wife visited in Louisville this week Mrs J R McKee of Woodford county was in the city Tuesday Mr J B Lewis spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of relatives State Senator J W Cammack of Owenton was in the oity Monday Mr E M Wallace and wife are visiting relatives in Lewis county Mr C C Wilson of Greenup is the guest of Judge T H Paynter Rev Win Crowe returned Saturday from a visit to Bourbon county Judge Will Lindsay went to Lou isvillo Thursday on legal business Mr Hubert Vreeland and wife have returned from Washington City Col Geo W Jolly of Owensboro Attended the Court of Appeals this week Mrs John W Reading visited her parents in Woodford county this e Win Cromwell has returned from a business trip to Bowling Helm Bate Floyd of Louis ville is the guest of Mrs Clarence Julian Mrr Arzlllia Sullivan left Wednesday fur a visit to her son in Cov ingtonMr John T HInton oxRepre sentative from Bourbon was here Tuesday Miss Edna Bridges is visiting Mrs Ross A McCallum in Dayton Ohio T F Taliaferro and wife visited relatives in Hopkinsville this week Mrs W M Safiell and daughter Miss Todd are visiting friends in LouisvilleMiss Robinson visited her sister Mrs A A Bailey in Bag dad this week Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs W T Scott Miss Ruby Fugazzi was the ij iifilt rMI Jf of her aunt Mrs S Pelossi in Ver sailles this week Mr Z J Montgomery and wife were guests of Mrs Greonhow in Versailles Sunday I Miss Alay Pepper Who has been visiting friends in Atlanta Ga has returned home Mr Frank H Daily wont to Ran county Missouri this week to visit his grandparents Miss Li dn Mae Butts of Bath county is trIO guest of Miss Nina Haxelriug Washington street Mrs Maggie Clark of Lexington spent several days here visiting relatives the first of the week Mrs W E Settle attended the BuyloRodesMiss Lida Ynrbroupli who has been the guest of Miss Janie De honey ha3 hone to Lexington RuhyMacklinin WiI11IamMiss Nina Hazolrigg returned Friday night from a several weeks visit to relatives in Bath county Mr W H Kidd traveling evan gelist for the Frankfort Shoe Co was at home n few days this week Prof Augustus Rogers Superin AsylumMr Ji Will Cloy Representative elect from Montgomery and Alone fee counties was in the city Thurs day Mr John F Davis Jr of Lake parentsCclweek Miss Susie Shanks of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Ada McEwing Broadway has returned home Mrs E G Clark of Vanceburg who has peon the guest of her sun Mr F J Clark has returned homo Mr lhos G Chapman of Bowl ing Green was culled biro by thu illness of his sun Mr Walter G Chapman Mrs Kittio Berry and Miss Junie Dehoney attended the Smith Wil liams wedding at Spring Station Wednesday Mrs A M Sullivan of Coving ton who has been the guest of her Thompsonhas Mr S G Caswell and wife of Newark N J who have been guests of Miss Cordie Jelfers has returned home Mr John W Johnson wife and daughter Miss Julia W who have been visiting in Lexington have returned home Miss Emma Witherspoon of Lnw rencebunr woh has been the guest of Mrs W S Farmer left Thursday for Lexington Air Tarlton G Julian who has with his family been spending the summer in Kentucky has gone to his home in Florida daughter oflHevMr Thos AIcEldowney and wife of Winchester who have been guests of Mr Frank D Clark and wife have returned home Air Win McLean attorney for the new Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co was hero this wpek examining the deeds for their new property Miss May Donaldson for several years Long Distance Operator for the Frankfort Telephone Co has accepted a place with the K D W H Co Mrs Ross A AlcOallum of Day 0VitW ri MODERATE PRICESa t 1 The Reasonably Prices that always prevail in our Store is the magnet that draws the crowd BiggtistStockUnderwear Hosiery Gloves Blankets I Always Get Our Prices Before You Purchase den and wife returned homo Saturday morning ner of Columbia Missouri visited Mrs Geo A Lewis and MIss Belle Giltner this week Helen McClure and to attend the Mr R B Hays nephew of President Hays who is Superintendent of Government Buildings anal Grounds made an inspection of thu Custom House Monday Judge Thos R AIuBenth and daughter Mrs Bent of Leitcheld are guests of Mrs John W Gayle Decisions of the Court of Appeals glad that he has recovered FUNDS FOR RUSSIAN JEWS Those who sympathize with the Russian Jews who have boon so outrageously persecuted are rais ing considerable sums of money in Kentucky to assist these downtrod den people DONT FORGET IT The ladies of the Church will hold their change in the Hume door to the Frankfort Hotel today THE HOLY CITY The cantata known as The Holy City will be presented by the choir of the First Presbyterian Church pn the evening of Friday November 24 in the mnintaudience room of the church It will be given for the benefit of the Kings Daughters Hospital Some of the best local musical talent outside of this choir will assist in the ren dition 1 THE ISLAND OF BONG BONG The comic opera of The Isle of Bong Bong as rendered on Thurs day night at the Capital Opera House was one of the best produc tions exhibited this season It was a clean wholesome and fun pro voking entertainment from start to finish Manager AlaNamarn is to be congratulated There was a fine audience of appreciative people present 4 DEATH OF MR CHAS E TAY LOR JR The sad news was received In this city yesterday that Jolly genial Charles E Taylor Jr formerly of this city but now of Cincinnati had died at his home there on Thursday afternoon of heart fail ureMr Taylor had been suffering from heart trouble for some time He was the last of the family of Col Chas E Taylor the veteran telegrapher and had a largo circle of relatives in this city The remains will bo interred on Sunday in Cincinnati He loaves a wife but no children IN 1Ift always ery I CHARLE XAEITZ E L tI gues- tiiL1LLJI Iordnughter1Iiss upTuesday SpringStation JudgeMcBeath heI MethodIstI delllonOles THHNKSGIVINGSHLE 12 Days Dress Goods SaleT- o stimulate the movement of Good we offer our 150 Novelty Dress Goods and Chiffon Broadcloth For 100 only Other Dress Goods 75 05 and 60c for 49c Silks our 36in warranted Silkl50only IT 1 Coats and Jackets Childrens Coats 200 to 500 Empire Coats 750 1050 1250 Rain Coats positively the Cheapest and Best in Frankfort F J HEENEY If Your Vehicle tr i Needs Repairing WRITFYUStAnd our representative call to see youl j 1 Wo curryOf1 hand a complete of Handmade Vehicles of all kinds If you are thinking of buying a next Spring will hay you place your order now c tISeller Carriage Go1QC l VERSAILLES KY Hy X H K WARD President Fast Train T- OColorado UTAHAN = PACIFIC 8JllnltsSunday May The new trams Louis m dally The evening trains to same points 1010 p m daily Double dally service car service forgu fantickets now on For further information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mq i 4 A ARG You Bargains in findIof our Store liross QO will line Vehicle it to New Excursion C M 1SecIJ soutnern v Railway 1 Shortest and Fastest Lines from IJ Lexington and Louisville f St Louis TO and the West J Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 n m isville 900 n in Arrlvo St LouisEy612 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaches and GafeObflorvation Parlor Car Meals changeLeavoisville 1016 p in Arrive St mj Reclining Chair Oars and Pullman Sleeper through without obangd Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at KyIAveli jtvf =SEPARATION Ob NORWAY AND SWEDEN Affairs hi the east have occupied sb much of our attention that the breach in the Soitndiimvinn penin sula has not received the considera tion it would otherwise claim The event is really quite significant and may mark an historical era Swe den and Norway hove been united since tho year 181T nearly a cen tury the uniiAi being merely poli tical Each nation has exercised its own laws and had its own Storthing or parliamentary body Tae trouble comes about through the disagreement of the two coun tries upon the tariff question Nor way is largely engaged in fisheries commerce twothirds of her people being interested in these in dustries Consequently free trade would be Kenofioial to Norway Sweden on tho other hand is an agricultural country with mining districts and large manufacturing centers Naturally she desires a protective tariff and in fact one has been operative in both ooun ries Some time ago Norway de manded separate consular service This Sweden refused to grant on the ground that two consular sys toms could not be conducted by 4t1 one department of State with safety The result was Norway proclaimed independentf not engen i71derod any hard feeling among either lnation Sweden will remain a q kingdom under its wise and en lightened Bernadotte princes and Norway will assume a democratic government Tile two nations will xi however remain in close alliance this becomes necessary from their position in northern Europe as opposed to Russia which now that she has withdrawn from Man churia will naturally turn the eyes of her statesmen westward In the union of Oalmar Sweden Norway and Denmark wore allied and it may be that a Scandinavian all ance of this nature may yet be brought about The mutual inter ests of thoso throe nations certainly makes some sort of a union advan tageous WILL BURY STEEL INSTEAD OF TWO BODIES Philadelphia Nov 10 During J the inquest in the case of John For kin and Joseph Garcia laborers who were killed at the Midvale Already for the Gold Weather I Never In all the timo weve been in business have we been superbly ready to greet t le Winter as wo are today Ifyou need Fursor a natty Tailored Suitit you wish a pretty Jacketor a more formal Wrap youll find an assortment here that the most exacting will agree is coupler DrcssGoods tooand Silks why the fabric display alono is ext ordinary enough to scr jrise delight and without question sis you Andevery cool weather thing that housewives need is hero in lIcoBlfuketsConflJrtsaU things that will mako the homo pleas nner and moro enjoyable Our splendid preparation has not ended with stocking everya department weve rolved the cost problem for youby buying with such great care that youll find that with each purchase yoa makeyouil gainn an emphatic and deeded saving 5Spend your odd hours looking through the departments examining pricing HdmirhiK ryoure always welcome Suits and GloaksOur ishod with the newest models A Special Lot Suits black green or blue 1000 Fine Sins with long coats 1500 to 2500 These are worth much more OLO VKS Tans greys or blacks Empire or plain back 1000 New Green Cooks black or giey high class 1600 lo 2CCO Skirts Piirs We show the moat Pretty Styles = Special Value 500 Every shape Every right Style Quality counts here Scarfs 150 to Bone 500 5500I Shawl Shapes Tab Effects 500 vv a Fl I ISteel Works on November 10 it was enIteredof hot metal poured from a leak and completely absorbed them Not a trace of the holies of the men was discovered The steel company has decided to take about 8000 pounds of the steel from the place where the men were last seen and have it buried out of respect for the dead workmen The coroners jury rendered a verdict of accidental death- WANTED a By Chicago whole sale and mull order house assist ant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salaiy 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience rOo quired Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed J COOPER S CO 410t 182 Lake St Chicago Ill I EXECUTORS NOTICE As executor of the late John M Broylus deceased I give notice to all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the estate to come promptlyPersonsagainst the estate will present same properly proven to me for settlement JOHN H SWITZER Exor John M Broyleu Decd Switzer Ky 101m DOG LEGISLATION Boyle county farmers have taken up the question of sheepkilling does and will ask the next Legis lature to enact a law that will prob ably give some relief A bill has not been drafted but points to be asked of theLegisla turd is a law requiring each owner of a dog to pay a specified tax with each county as a unit The money is to be held by tile county treas urer and disbursed by him to the farmers who suffer losses from dugs The fund thus acquired is to be known as the sheepkilling dog fundMt Sterling Gazette This would be a fine law for Franklin county wo could spare about 100000 ours A household necessity Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil Heals burns outs wounds of any sort cures BorO throat oroup catarrh asthma never fails SyrupIDr Weaver PorMM the Wood i Cerate ointment for the itia Stock is conI to to Dress Goods on you 29c Waistings and Suitings worth to 750 8Ju Waistings and Suitings worth 100 a yard 500 Suitines worth 100 to lf 0 a yard 100 Fine 52in Broadcloth worth t 125 SilksCrepe de Chines fur Dress Waists Scarfs 50c 30in Taffeta black and color 100 50o for Moire Velour for JWaista and worth n 85c Gloves Suede Lisle Fleeced look like Kid Golf 2f u and 501 Silk lined Mohair Glove l Clemenliua Kid Gloves are b st at OI BELLS ON NEW GARTERS But Principal Suspended Giggling Girls Till They Came Back Bellless 0 Portland Ind Nov IRFor attempting to introduce in Portland what has become a popular fad inI New York eight high school girls were suspended by the principal When the young ladles mounted the high stone steps and climbed tho stairs to the study room there was something that attracted the attention of the faculty and caused them to turn a sharp ear Tinkle tinkle tinkle was the sound that came from the invisible somewhere The principal had heard that the fad was bound west ward from New York but had hardly expected that it would be presented to him for approval He never said garter once but the eight pupils knew by what ho said that he was wise They were lined up and movements were re quired of them that would prove their guilt or innocence The noise that followed these movementsI gave him their then started to dish up some advice The principals lecture was a wealth of bloodchilling compli ments which wound up with ordorsI that the girls should go return only when they cause back bellless and prepared to make upon apology Some apologized over the telephone but the principal replied that telephonic apolo gies were nil One mamma tried to tell the principal that the bell fad was a very popular ono in New York but the principal would not listen His order he declared irre vocable LOW RATES Alahn1l1a1Georiu exceptedRateway rate for the round trip plus 50 lents minimum 870 Dates of Sale November 21st December 5th and December 19th 1905LimitTwentyone days from date of sale- Stopover privileges allowed For full particulars apply to O W HAY General Passenger Agent 10tD20 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate JucwMf nl treatment for blood and akin diseaMou r OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR t SONS Proprietorsa Frankfort Kentucky I A Special Sale these opportunity afford exceptional Suits or Underwear 4 Merocle has no Equal for Rrcy and PnntLlgood weight Rugs and Carpets Perian Patterns in Exclusive Designs Moquute Hearth Rugs 275 400 Roomsize Rugs and Art Squares Hy Art- Petticoats ARE BEST a A GOOD N HT SREsi doggiePorThat German Syrup homes great treating ICould health and joy impart CJThe greatest tonic on earth is a good nights rest Restless nights and the terrible exhaustion of a hacking cough are consumptivegButfew doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup 1will insure refreshing sleep entirely free cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made cer Syn1pI of over bottle ot- German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders s qTwo sues 350 and 750 All druggists For Gaylea 50 dtG Anyone BendIng a eketch and deeci1plion mad A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lanzest cirof any scientific ournal Terms f i Branch Offleo F St Washington D n 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m New Orleans Special No 85pmNoLeaves 720 a m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate paints Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodgenvillo and Hopkinsville no Sunday service to Elizabeth town and Hodgen ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation o132 Leaves 480 p m A r Ives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service Htgcnville and Elizabeth town except onv statIonsI H F HillennieyerSonsB- LUE GRASS NURSERIES KyI n full1 stock of Fruit find Ornamontali Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Rhubarb Shrubs etc We employ no agents but sam planterCatalogue Sept 28 8m DAILY EXCURSIONSm TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamtro of StreetDailyatgr3 MSundaysunlimited round trip f 1 Bzcuriloiu SiSundaya75ca delightful two days trip only Saoo meals and berth extratiSpecial to Soetttttj Clos connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the SooDuluthetc nurestRailroada F BttUHM Ugr 60LOENOJPJL Tattoo b TueFranlcfoitBaimdaDoiii 1 Entered at the postolllce nt Frankfort Ken lucky ussecond class niailable matter CEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 18 1905 FIRST DEATH ON FtC C RAILWAY On Monday afternoon a man bj the name of Orln Jacobs who liven near Sndievillo went to sloop on the track of the FcC C Rail wny bafcweaiNDuvnll Station and George town The pined he chose for hh bed was just around a sharp curve dn the road A freight train came along shortly after and as soon at the man was dsoovored ovary otlorl was made to stop the train in time to save his life but in vain The roan never knew what hurt him The body was taken on to Georgetown and delivered to the coroner of Scott county who held an inquest and a verdict was rendered in no cord with the facts The remains were afterwards delivered to his wife who was at once notified The man had been seen on the streets of Georgetown that morning considerably under the influence of liquor and it is supposed ho started to walk home and became sleepy and lay down with the awful result Another victim to the liquor curse No blame can be attached to the railroad men This is the first fatal accident on the road I DELEGATION CHICAGO BUSI NESS MEN VISIT USA delegation composed of some fifteen members of the China Business Mens Club came to this city on Monday last on a special tsar They were met at the depot by President Geo B Harper aud other representatives of the Frankfort Business Mens Club and escorted rto the parlors of the Capital Hotel where an address of welcome was delivered by Hon Eli H Brown Jr and also by Rev C R Hud sonMr H C Barton President of the Delegation responded in an appropriate speech and then intro duced Mr D V Colbert who also ail ado a graceful address After the speechmaking the party tEvery Two Minutes- Physicians tell usthat all i the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTSj EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly digested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits V To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health 1 Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect it We will tend you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT tt BOWNB Chemists log PuriSt NY cents and All drauuu r iM Badly Shattered Nerves and WeaK Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadstally where the clients heart is weak from hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a blood tonic which and regulates the hearts action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It will build you as it did Mr Crawford whuse letter follows and greatly improve your general health I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to When began taking these medici Iweighed scarcely 140 pounds nerves were shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping nn spellsandI could cat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds I am happy it now and am trying to make back the money gooohileTexas All sell and guarantee first bot lie Dr Miles Kemediis Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind were given a trolley ride to the new Capitol grounds and other points of interest about the city At noon they wore dined at the Capital Hotel and spent the after noon looking over the city At 420 p m they left for Lexing ton expressing themselves as highly pleased with their trip up to the present EVERY OUNOE YOU EAT Every ounce of food you eat that fails to digest does a pound of harm It turns the entire meal into poison This not only deprives the 1ingdol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect di gestant It digests the food regardless of the condition of the stomach It allows that organ to rest and got strong again Relieves Belching Heart Burn Sour Stomach Indi a gestion Palpitation of the Heart etc Sold by J W Gayle NEW MANAGER ELECTRIC LINE Mr John D Salloo of Lexington who has boon an employe of the electric lines of that city for ten years and recently train dispatcher for the Interurban lines has been a appointed Superintendent and Man agor of the Frankfort and Versailles lor Interurban Line and the city streetcar line for this city Mr Sallee relieves Mr John T Buckley He is said to be a firstII class live uptodate man especially well qualified for the pcslI than to which he has been appointed Mr Sallee came hero on Monday at once took charge and made a gen eral inspection of the line now in operation Ifhopeline running in a systematic way such as will accommodate the community in all its interests BIRD LAW OUT On Wednesday last November f5 the law forbidding the killing o partridges expired and the season will be open from now until January 1 It is lawful now to shoot rabbits Heretofore the latter could only bo taken in traps or snares It s said that both Bob White and Molly Cottontail are very plentiful this year They had bet ter hunt their holes now however TEACHERS OF COMMON SCHOOLS RECEIVE PAY State Treasurer Bosworth sent out the checks to pay the salaries of the common ohnol teachers on Tuesday The rest of the allotment will be paid in January next This is glad news these servants of the publioIIfHOGWALLOW KENTUCKIAN We are in receipt of a humorous publication known as The Hop wallow Kentuckian printed at Mayflold Ky It is a darling t NOW WILL YOU BE GOOD Just listen at the following from Mayor Darnnll The query arises why was not this done louqago if it could be so easily accomplishoc now Frankfort Ky Nov 18 Y D Mangan Chief of Police Dear SirI congratulate you for so well carrying out the orders for yesterday the first attempt It is always hard to pot everything together at first There wero sovera saloons yesterday that kept thoii doors and window blinds town n11 day Now 1 know what thai means So have your men instruct them that the must have all blinds up The halt over the saloon 01 Clinton street near Long Lam Alloy way open all day and night Notify the and merchant that they must comply with thh order drug stores must sot nothing but drugsYours truly J S DARNELL Frankfort Ky Nov 11 Y D Mangan Chief of Police FrankfortDear Gambling of every kind must be suppressed in accordance with the oaths taken by yourself and men some time since Hayden A no Brown Norman and Johnson have not taken thoir oaths So send them to me to be sworn You can have one of your patrol men notify the gamblers that everything must stop at once and their devices moved from the rooms or will be confiscated and destroyed Tell them that sections 1030 to 1980 and 3784 of the Kentucky Statutes will be enforced to the letter The Craw dives must he turned into decent rooms and loafing about them will be dealt with according to law J S DARNELL ARRESTED FOR POUNDING HIS WIFE One Charles Moore a colored matt was arrested on Tuesday charged with beating cutting and gouging his wife It seems that inn family jar Mooro boat his wife nearly out her ear off and gonged her eye so that she will probably lose the sight of that member Mayhem is a felony punishable by confinement in the Prison Officer Harrod madethn arrest A WOMANS BACK Aches and Pains Will Disap pear if the Advice of This Frankfort Citizen is Followed A womans back has many aches painsMost tis tho kidneys fault Backache is really kidney ache Thats why Douns Kidney Pills lure it- Many Frankfort women know this Read what one has to say about- t Mrs Margaret Weitzol of 818 Mero bnkerIpersistent across my back and through the kid t At times my back was so that 1 could hardly sit still up or down or lift anything of ordinary weight At night it bothered me so that I could not rest comfortably and when I first in tho morning I felt tired aid worn out the kidney secretions Vtie irregular highly uolored and iiihtressing and on standing de posited heavy sediment 1 saw Roans Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles Irug store and began to use them Ln a few days I noticed that the secretions had assuniHcJ a natural ippearance the pains and aches left me I felt as well as ever after completing the treatment Nothing pleases me more than to meak a word in favor of Donuts Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 tents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans ind take no other- CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con litions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in tho mornings made certain by German Syrup 10 is a good nights rest and the ibsenoe of that weakening cough ind debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger rod dread of the consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and rogu arly Should you be able to go to i warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives here the few who are ind regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75o At all druggists y- rre OaSTQaXABean the- 8lgnatnre of l1li nihe 0 N Pleasant to take MrJ Laxative SyrupU Jtt NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts arerthe best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is it strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringlabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches iPipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGII r Hardware Paints Oils Etc i Value JOHN DRISCOLL alityJj The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Phones Office Now 29 Old Residence New Old Dr L T FINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours 2pmto5pm1pOffice No over ResidenceNo Todd Street Frankfort Ky 38m FOR SALET- 80ROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Hingle Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens If 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Plymoth Rook Cockerels 800 and up AddressEUGENE E HOGE 72na Frankfort Kyj l TOf Q souttiern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from r Lexington and Louisville TO 1J St Louis and the WestIi Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 n m Lou isville 900 n in Arrive St Louis 012 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaoheB and UafcObservation Parlor CarMeals a changeLeaveisville 1016 p in Arrive St Louis 782 a m Carrying Free Reclining Chair Oars and Pullman Sleeper through changeReserve Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth AveI i EDUCATIONAL t Vnluo of Education The average educated man gets a salary of 1000 a year Ho works forty years making a total of 40 000 in a lifetime Tho average day laborer guts loO a day 800 days in IIl f a year or 40 a year In forty years ho earns 18000 The differ ence or 22000 equals the value of i AH education To acquire this earn ing capacity requires twelve years at school of days each or 2 HiO lays Divide 22000 by 2160 and Ill it is found that each day at school is worth a little more than 10 to f the pupil Selected- EDUCATIONiI I PERITY AND PROS- i U An ignorant people not only is i but must be a poor people They must be destitute uf sagacity and providence and oi course of corn- petence and comfort The proof of this does noli depend upon the los- sons of history but on the consti tutlon of nature N o richness of climate no spontaneous productive ness of soil no facilities for IOr coerce no stores of gold or of c1rr l worldlyjtion tiuoh a nation can not create wealth of itself and whatever Tiohes may be showered upon it run to waste Within the last tl4will centuries the people of Spain owned as much silver and gold as all the other nations of Eu rope put together yet at the present time poor indeed is the people who have less than they The na tion which has produced more of the raw material and manufactured irom it more fine linen than nil contemporary nations is today the most ragged and squalid in Chris tendon1 Horace Mann liThe blind see the deaf hear the lame walk is the best illus tration of this subject by the master hand No page of history will ever shine so blight that this diamond will not lend it luster All are blind to that which they Lan not See deaf to what they can not hear and lame to all they can not attain The lily comes tothe pink of per fection by using for its growth every drop of dew every breath of air and every shaft of light that Lames It is an example of success in its line The splendor and glory of Solomon could not match it There is as much life in a dark tangled chaotic jungle as there i- sina modern city The life in the is blind deaf lame in the 1jungle sees hears moves The r in kind but different in de tt1Ft gree Setting hearing walking is life 8ftmore abundantly Duath is the 1cuttlng of every wire that c- om11s with the central office of One dim eye dull ear lame 1loot are Just so many wires down When they are all down the clod 1 falls with a dull dull thud upon the coffin lidITrue education is the work of true educators They teach how to J make it lifo to liveuut how to turn stones into bread Colleges r and universities may crumble Int- oWdust but such men shall livo for l 6iever These shall resist the empire of decay When time is oer and worlds have passed away cold in the dust the perished heart may lie But tat which warmed it onco can never die There are in Ken uoky today a thousand schools without teachers there are thousands of schools being taught by untrained teachers and there are hundreds of thousands of J Children growing up in ignorance p1 and vice without attending any school whatever The crying need of our State today is a sufficient corps of Normally Trained teachers y At present almost any person of moral character and a certifi t Late may be put in charge of the training of the children although he would not be considered competent to train a bird dog or a colt To train these valuable animals re quires special training and a prate tidal knowledge of their nature and characteristics as well as of the methods best adapted to their development I and training Without this knowledge upon the part of the trainer a valuable dog or colt may be ruined Of course the same thing way happen to the child in the hands of an untrained teacher11 it 1but it must be remembered that vast difference betweenthere is a i 7 K a fine English Pointer or a Thor oughbred Kentucky Roadster and a more child How long will the pride of Kentuckians remain dormant in tho matter of Education How long will we allow tho muss of our grow- Ing citizens to romfein loaf dumb and blind to tho bust there is in lifo How long will we withhold tho best educational advantages from the country people just be caiiHO trained teachers cost more than untrained teachers DONT BE DECEIVED Do not bo deceived by counter felts when you buy Witch Hazel Salve rho name of E C DoWitt it Co is on every box of the genu ine Piles in their worst form will soon pass away if you will apply DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo night and morning Best for Cuts Burns Boils Totter Eczema etc Miss H M Middloton Thebes HII says I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very HazellSalveSold by J W Gayle e STATE ELECTION BOARD TO MEETIThe State Board of Election Com missioners has been called to meet by Chairman J Morgan Chinn on Thursday November 23 to canvass the vote on the Constitutional Amendment and for district officers NATURE NEEDS BUT LITTLE Nature needs only a Little Early Riser now and then to keep the bowels clean the liver active and the system frno from bile headaches constipation etc The famous little pills II Early Risers arc pleasant in effect and perfect in action They never gripe or sicken but tone and strengthen the liver and kidneys Sold by J W GayleNEW u TERRITORY APPLIES FOR ADMISSIONI The people of the Isle of Pines 82 miles from the coast of Cuba have held a convention declared their independence of Cuba and asked admission tyche United States mia CLEARED OF ACTION When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the chocks the bright ness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoy ancy of the mind Try them At all druggists 25 cents w BADLY SOALDEDi Mrs R L Sims was handling a kettle of hot soap at her home at Wood lake on Tuesday whoa theIhot liquid was upset scalding Sims hands and face pretty badly Dr Montfort attended to her in juries at ouoeIIMothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough Makes breathing easy outs out phlegm and drawsIout the inflammation Sold W Gayle lr Cutiyti iuuuiiiuu JLowierH are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food rf medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price Q cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComptefc Gayle THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable nfOrm1tionI If contemplate a trip to the PnulfJoOolst or Puget Sound country during the period of low rates to Portland and California points vou should realize the value of a row suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Expusi tion CIty1Americas virgin play Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon oapitol Salt Lake City and its great dead sea tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and roach all by the most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Route Agent while in Lou isvllle for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and information will be cheerfully nIlI intelligibly furnished Long tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D A Monon Louisville Ky RouteI POULTRY SHOW NOTES Entries are being received from Brooders and Fanciers all over tho United States Present indications tho show will be the largest over hold in tho South Dato of show December 1022 1105 Entries positively close DHCoiribei 15 City and county fanciers should take notice of this and make their entries on blanks furnished by tho Secretary before it Is too InteIILook over your flock and pies your best birds lout be afraid to exhibit You win some of their handsome prizes and if you dont you will have tho satisfaction of knowing how your birds are by the score card made out by tho judge Poultry shows are trio best educators of good poultry Good poul and in tho dollarsIsecIretnryr birds Everybody will get fair treatment and time premiums look good IYou will regret it if you do not the push- Remember entries can not be made after December 15 Get a blank now The roosters will be crowing De comber 1022 and the owners of the winners will be helping them uI owe my whole life to Burdock Blood Bitterp Sorofulous sores covered my body I seemed beyond perfectlyHutton Bervillo Mich Dr RaP Buckmaster- st eopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODonnells 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 43tfI KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price IFree Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BA- CCELEBRATED Clairvoyant Bnfl Palmist Of New York FameI- s visiting in this city by special request to prove her wonderful powers She will give special read IHRS 50 CENTSF- OR NEXT SEVEN DAYS questionSheand for what you came GIVE FULL NAME Mme WatsonI- s a woman Wonderfully gifted hesitnteIshe has gained a victory ovor all others in truthful prediction If besuooeastullove and all things do not fail to see her no matter what your past experience with Clairvoyants has been II after reading you are not saitsfied it will cost you absolutely nothing She tells you what you are bust adapted for tad how to win the maul or woman you love how to control those you wish oven miles away Tells how to remove domestic troubles cure drinking habit restores health reunites the separated in seven days locates lost or stolen property recovers old estates Nothing Is difficult to her Hours 8 a m to 9 p m daily and Sunday Everything confidential You meet no other callers Conveniently located at 445 Multi St TAIECEJ USTOTIOIE Mme Watsons reduced fee of 50c will continue for a short time only Call at once and be con vinced of her powerNov m Dyspeptics yourfoodturnsIf you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not hays enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatinoKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to organstoperfectdiilstantsue building tonic as well Itadol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh bottlohoiW2tines trial or coat site rrtptrtd at the oratory of EOJ LIbIChlclro For sale by J V Gayle Frankfort Gincinnati GG The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 P JttiA MI DAILY M1MKo84No82 EXCEPTIA 081 No88 2 6 Lv D Frankfort Ar II 720 2 6 Summit 211 6 Elkhorn 1111 6 42II Switzer 48IGeorgetown 629 t C 8 Depot f MgNow town asII Centerville 5071j 3 Elizabeth 8 5 3 47II 8 3 7 tO lArl Paris fLv 8 80 5 42 Connects at Georgetown Union Dept with Q Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEOHOETOWN P SL PM hiIADI1A3 Ar Cincinnati Lv sol BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A M PM PM G2 200 Lv Frankfort Ar7j715 2 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 8 Lv Ar 5 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort Ill 25A720P 0aA85Pa8 UP A Winchester L 09A 246P 115Pi64P A Richmond L 7 20A 155P conic tOA A Cincinnati L 265P OEO PresandOen18unt B HARPER C WHVA rBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a in to 9 IlL except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in GeorgeI10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 In to 10 p DL except 10 a in12 noon 7 and 9 pn1 Car 14 carrying freight express land trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10n in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Loaves Paris 145 p m 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 streetE Phone 010 Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf EUGENE SCOTT NE SCOTT GON 5 BUILDERS ANDrt1GENEBL CON R CTORSa Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned 4r03m New Past Tra- inColorado i UTAHAND = 19Them daily The eveningtrains to same points J m Double daily service Through car service for SanFran sco Excursion tickets now on sale t For further information call on or MATTHEWSTray H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St addressI A TRAIN LOAD OF Big Book House Stock Must be Sold FailedIfrom 10 to 50 cents on These are Sample Late copyrights were 150 Ourtprice 88 ots List includes ItTho 1IIs 15 vols 1500 our price 295 Xnias Special WorldsregularIPoets Shakespeare and 48 others De Luxe Full Leather padded pure edges regular flGU our price cents each goldIEvery book guaranteed to be perfect and satisfactory or money back without question quibblingPractically any book or set of m books you want at a fraction of the retail price while they last Get our free bargain list before order ing 1masWrite for it today THE DAVID CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98t Lowest Special HomeseekersI R rilaEVER MADE TO OKLAHOMA S INDIAN TERRITORY tTEXAS AND TIE r GREAT 11VIALOmSVILLE BRNDBRSONiJ STa LouiS RY jTHE HENDERSON ROUTE P In i l connection with nil other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 21th December 5th and 10tha tinr OWN A HOME JY Where land is cheap and y returns from it certain J For rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville KyoJ H GALLAGHER fTraveling Passenger Agent IIWJi t 11jf l fi jfp J1Iii61 af Main St Tt Now is the time for building BARNS l 44 ilkVeV Crimp and Corrugated JQ STEEL ROOFING s 1 Ruberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge RolL f Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges x z Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges 1I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled 1 I 307309 Both Phones MARR lED GROSSMOOIIEIn- athis city en Wednesday Mr Robert Gross and Miss Annie Moore wore married by Rev C R Hudson- HARRODPHYTHIAN In this city on Saturday night Mr Charles Harrod and Miss Lucy Pbythiau were married BRUMBACK HAWKINS In this city on Wednesday Mr John Brumbaok of Owen county and Miss Anna Hawkins of Henry county were married by Rev L D Stuoker I SMALL STRIKE There was a small strike of the freight handlers at the L N de pot in this city on Thursday There was but little delay however in the work ns now hands were at Once put to work Itchiness of tho skin horrible plague Most everybody afflicted In one way or another Only one safe never failing cure Doans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents LADIES NEEDLE WORK GUILD The Needle Work Guild will meet r at the Baptist Church Tuesday morning November 21 at 10 oclock at which time the directors are requested to report with their list of garments for the poor THE DELINEATOR FOR DECEMBER The December number of the De lineator is one of the best if not the hest yet issued by that pub lication Besides having attractive and interesting literature it is filled with information for ladies with regard to winter outfits for both women and children both in dress and headgear Every lady should have a copy 900 CHICAGO AND RETURN International Live Sto k Exposition December 1019 1905 The Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at 900 on December 16 1718 and 19 also to exhibitors present ing C P A certificate on Decem limit being December 15 return ber 24 Monon trains leave Union Sta tion 10th and Broadway at PU5 a m and 821 pm For others particulars communicate with E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky lltD19 UNUSUAL CASE A very unusual thing happened in this city on Monday A man and wife were both brought to the s Prisonthe man to serve throe years and tho woman two for horse stealing They were separated at the gate Such a thing was never known here before FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a mile from cit limits eo- MRS 48tf- ANNIE TAAFFEI P C SOMER 8c CO The Thanksgiving Table Of course you want your table to look its prettiest when the folks come to the feast Heres the secret Snowy white linen a few pretty flowers and park1ingI glass and silver The two latter we are prepared to show you in large array and at prices which are well worth your appreciation i 4 M A S E U SE RT230 St Clair IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD BEATHS s NICKLESIu this city on Tues day Frank Nickles sixyearold son of Mr Wm F Niokles of diphtheria SMITHNear Duokers on Thursday the infant girl baby of Mr Bud Smith and wife died of diph theria and was burled yesterday TODD In Dublin Ga on Thurs day Miss Margaret Todd daughter of the late Capt John H Todd U S A and niece of Admiral C C Todd aged 21 years NEW CITY OFFICERS SELECTED BY CAUCUS The newly elected City Council men held a caucus on Thursday night and selected the following officers as the new city officers Mayor Pro Tern Wm ConRleton Clerk W S PolBgrovo Tax Collector Dudley Richard sonTrensuretHownrd Johnson I A Frazier Attorney Wm Cromwe- llPhysicianDr C A Fish Ass1Sr1orJohll Dohw- iKepoer Workhouse Emil Haldi Chief Fire George Con way irlver Hose Wagon Harry J of furs Driver Hook and Ladder Wagon Wm 1riplett- PipemnnWm Kennedy IKeeper City Clock T Gainoy Newman These selections will be ratified by the Council when it meets in regular session next moth FOR SALE 1 have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 mouths old registered pedigree Durhamyvery ply to G H MASTIN- R F J 8 Frankfort Ky Oct 7tf y i UNLESS PUPIL VIOLATES LAW CAN NOT SUSPEND FROM SCHOOL The Court of Appeals on Thurs day rendered a decision that the trustees of a public school can not arbitrarily suspend a pupil from school but that he must have vio lated some law or the rules of the school FARM c SOLDGOOD PRICES At the sale of the property of the late Mr John M Broyles hold at the residence near Switzer on Thursday fine prices ruled and the bidding was spirited After the personalty had oxen disposed of Mr John H Switzer the executor had the farm put up and It brought the good price fo 1850 Col D A Peters was the auctioneer Tho little folks love Dr Woods Pine Syrup Pleasant to take perfectly harmless Positive cure for coughs colds bronchitis asthma WOMEN AND BEES Many smart and enterprising women nowadays are making money and a good deal of it by breeding and selling queen bees Tho commodity is one for which there is steady demand and when it is considered that the insects fetch from 1 to 5 apiece it is easily seen that there is profit in the business One young lady in Beovillo Tex is said to have raised 2000 queen bees last summer by her own unaided efforts The industry is of tklhd specially suited to the aptitudes of tho gentler sex inasmuch as the labor involved is light and pleasant and cart bo performed at homo in the intervals of ordinary household dutiesThe average woman unacquainted with bees is afraid to handle them for fear of being stung But there Kentucky I OUR AND PAT TERNS ARE THE NEWEST AND MOST POPULAR AND OUR NAME AND REPUTATION ARE BACK OF EVERY PIECE WE SELL Y OU WHETHER THE MOST COSTLY OR THE LEAST I 1 iva Reliable Jeweler Street EngineerRobt Department DESIGNS is really no danger if she will take the trouble to learn a bit of the know how Indeed she may obtain without much difficulty some of the nonstinging bees from the Caucasus which are not being brought to this country for tho first time They come from the region between the Black arid the Caspian seas in Russian territory and their temper is so mild that tumbled about as if they were many beans they show no soII monte It Is not even necessary wear gloves or a boo veil when turbing them in their hives Rene AmericanI MADDEN CASE DECIDED In Judge Swings court in Cincinnati en Thursday an opinion was handed down allowing Mrs Madden 250 per month as alimony 3000 for lawyers foes and 500 for timejcause for a divorce BIG LOUISVILLE FIRE The big tobacco handling house inIENTERTAINED BY CHURCH CHOIR The Choir of the Church of the Good Shepherd entertained their rector Rev Father Thos S Major at dinner on Tuesday last o- WANTEDBy Chicago Manufacturing House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly inve8t1mentAddress Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512t Frankfort r 1 if JI1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LoaisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE d Corrected to June 25 19O1 S Louisville Division No1 No 8 No8 am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 700 8MI954II725Georgetown No4 No 2 No8 am pm am LvBurgin 710yAr Georgetown 800 Lexington 005 445 780 625 512 755Lawrenceburg 048 540 8fiO 720 628 910 Louisville 840 760 1040 andlLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 5 and Through Observation chair car between Harrods burg and Burgin theSmithviaKnoxvillearrlvIngLexingtonrt Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No No2 1000jAr m mIIN 8 No1 mArmIIam No No Lv Louisville 600 p mi 87mttllAr 860 pm 1145 a Evansville 1025 pm lOOp mo t No No12 Lv Evansvillo7a ml11i P mt mAr j betweenLoutLonfavilloTrains Noa a d 22 flret claw Coaches bet een Evansville and Loula vllle Day trains between Louisville and St LouieCafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville andSt Louie CarewithapplytoHB Spencer 8 H Hanlwlck OB fJ j 1iTHE LAST CftRHGE RT THE BIG SATE Op ii dfG W GROVES CO THE WORLDS GREATEST BARGAIN GIVERS I And will be until 10 oclock tonight If you value money get in on these Bargains You will never got another chance likerto buy Dry Goods Furnishings 01 all kinds and Fine China for such Low Prices Ithis end of the 10th day Nov 21st Be sure to come this week j S D Johnson Co G W Groves Co j 311 Main St Frankfort KY Conductors i J fItI tc 1I I IiII 1II tt tt RELIGIOUS== = ASCENSION EPISCOPALC- HURCHRoy A B Clilnn rector 19iSer ymon 980 a m Sabbathschool in the t uhapel 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday f 780 p m Evening Prayer toiFriday 1ftf t CHRISTIAN CH URCH Rov C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets At 545 in the chapel Loader William DillonIToplowIho Dangers of Indul gencePrayermooting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel 1UOS1day CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Low Mass at 780 a m rectorIHigh Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool Vespers at 780 p BAPTIST mlB Adams D D preach at 11 a m and 780 p chapel Sundayschool at 945 a m 111I Baraoa Class at 945 a m by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at 045 p m Prayermooting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in tho chapel r Visitors cordially invited Soats free K iV t FIRST 1RESBYTERIANj OHURCH ney t no D the pastor will preach at 11 a marid 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m r Chrisrj Prayermooting Wednesday even i ing at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHR e v J O A Vaught the pastor is con ducting a revival meeting Rev J W Harney the Evangel ist will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 745 a m Junior League at 8 p mISenior League at 7 p Prayermooting on Wednesday t evening at 780 p m r Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pasIiita a converted Tow will preach rr At 780 p m Rev Mercor Blain r A Missionary from China will preach On Monday evening tho Annual Praise Service will he held at 780 I t oolookIpm Prayermooting Wednesday at 780 al oclock Everybody invited to attend CARE OF THE HANDS Every one admires beautiful hands and a few hints as to their proper care will be acceptable per haps Aftoi one gets them in good condition xit is not difficult to keep them so and a few minutes each day will be sufficient to do the jtwork In the first place a house keeper should wear gloves when over her work permits her to do so ILot them bo loose so as not to im pede her movements Soft kid gloves that men of tho house have cast aside are excellent Cut off the tips of the fingers and wear thorn while sweeping dusting and paring fruit or vegetables Even tho dish washer may protect her hands in this way if she uses a dish mop and a soap shaker Tho first requisites for successful manicur ing is warm soft water and good soap Ivory soap is on account of its purity good for toilet purposes and is also economical Pour the water into a basin make a nice suds and after soaking tho hands a few minutes wash them thor oughly Rinse in soft water and rub thom dry with a soft towel Remove any dirt that remains under tho nails with a nail file or a piece of orangewood Trim off any looso flesh at tho sides of the nail with sharp scissors pressing tho flesh back from the base smoothly and firmly The nails OVlllandAfter washing then at night anoint them with a mixture composed of equal parts of glycerine and rose water or use cold cream rubbing it well Intu tho skin and put on a pair of soft kids A week or two of such care will improve and beautify tho roughest hands NAME OF STREET CHANGED The City Council at its mooting on Monday night changed the name of Main street South Side to Capital Avenue GOOD FOR THE NT3W MANAGER I11nl11agor Traction Co announces that hereafter tho street oars will be present at the close of all performances at the Opera House ThiH ought to havo been the case long ego BIG WILL CASE COMPRO MISED The contest over the will of the late Mr Frank B Harper in tho Woodford Circuit Court which was to have been commenced on Tues day was compromised on Monday evening The property in contest was valued at 175000 The naturo of the compromise was not stated Harpers sisters were the contest ants THE BREATHITT ELECTION The election in Broathitt proved Hargisinotiondefeated for County Judge by S S Taulboe by a majority of 705 and tho other candidates on tho Fusion ticket wero elected by majorities ranging from 550 to 719 Tho Har gis ticket did not save oven a Coni stable in the entire county It was at first announced that tho Hargis majoritysoenis to have boon abandoned Certificates of election havo boon issued to all of tho successful can didates The end of misrule in Broathitt county has conic and the ono PraiseLordMtStortingthe I e GIzetteI Dr Weayera Treaut Byivp for the blood Cerate fore JPt1u LETTEK LIST The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending Saturday November 18 1905 Banks Martha Brown Ira Brown Nanna Bard well Alva Burns Garlic Comins Henry Clark Blanch Cleveland John Duncan J 0JDuncan B F Edwards Manda Gale John Goins John B Holland W G Hugus Kittle JosephKessler Lowe John C 3 Lou ok H- Lindsoy Leo W Leffow G W Lee Mrs A W Monroe W E Mallory Elise- Muaufnley Mrs Love Mundy Sallie Smith Ben Smith Mattio Thomas H Tucker Miss Anna Taylor Mrs Bottie Williams Bill Walpole Amyo Persons calling for the above let tors will please say advertised E 11 DRAKE P M SOME GOOD USES OF THE ACORN Tho acorn is very valuable for both man and beast In ancient times and oven in modern lays the mast was regarded as tho most valuable product of the oak In Germany large herds of swine feed upon acorns in the great oak forests and in the royal forests of England tho neighboring villagers claim the ancient right of panmige so their hogs are turned into the woods in October and November In times of dearth both tho Eng lish and French boiled the aitorns as a substitute for bread and pota toesMany Americans use them as potatoes They pour boiling water over tho acorns and let them stand until they swell The shells are then removed and the acorns are parboiled to free them from that acrid taste When they become meaty they are seasoned with but ter pepper and salt Tile first settlers of Boston tuib sisted for a time upon acorns and other fruits of tho forest In Britain there are several vari tios of oak which bear sweet fruit Those trees are valued very highly by tho inhabitants- As a medicine tho acorn also has its value especially as a blood purifier In Germany it is used very freely in oases of scrofula Tho shells are removed and the acorns are roasted and ground like coffee A decoction is made and drank for breakfast with cream and sugar Next to the acorn in value or more so is tho bark of the oak tree which from a very remote period has been used in tanning and from the days of Diasooridoa the oak bark has boon used as a medicine the whito oak being preferable for internal uses Made into a decoction it was used a gargle for all throat trouble land particularly in ulcerated sore throat also it wad administered in oases of dysintorio hemorrhages rI Practioners regard it as a safe guard against consumption for tan fromIn so A poultice made of the powdered oak bark and applied to external gangrene and mortification has proved beneficial when other rem edies failed In cases where tho patients stom ach is too weak to retain food and medicine the decoction is used as- a bath which gives the invalid great strength In intermittent and typhoid fever diarrhooa and cholera infantum this decoction is most beneficial as a tonic and astringent when the patient is frequently sponged with it It has also been used as an injec tion UI cases of dropsy The de coction was injected into the drop sical cyst with beneficial results Tho infusion is also used as wash for flabby sores timid ulcers The bark may bo used in tho form of a powder extract or decoc tion Tho doso of the powder is flour thirty grains to a drachm about half as much of the extract and two fluid ounces of tho decoction Three loses for adults In Oregon from the Columbia river southwards the woods abound with oak trees resembling the British oak These trees pro duce acorns hi great quantities which are used by thoIndians as food 0 HOW TO SET THP COLOR It is Impossible to tell whether a color is fast before washing but by far the safest plan is to sot the color before it goes to tho tub for the first time One of the best methods of setting delicato colors consists in simply making a strong brine of cold water and salt and soaking the garment from twelve to twentyfour hours Of course this should ho done just before going to the laundry told the salt should not be allowed to dry in it This is especially good for all shades of pink and green and colors once set this way will bo bright as long as it would be possible to expect it A strong solution of alum and water is good particularly with blues and tho more delicate shades of brown but its etlect is not so lasting as that of salt and it is sometimes necessary to renew the bath after the first three or four washings BAPTISTS TO RALLY AT BUCK RUN Local Baptists are interested in a two days rally and mooting which will be hold at tho Buck Run Church at Forks of Elkhorn on the first Saturday told Sunday in December Rev M B Adams Stuokor and other denomhmItlonthu program Those meetings are missionary in character and usually result in an awakening of the membership CLOSED UP SUNDAY Frankfort was a dry town Sun day last under tho orders of Mayor Darnell If it could be dry one Sunday why can not it bo all Sundays Dr Weavers Treatment Sjreppurlfloi tho blood CenUheah akin eruption THANKS Our young friend Mr Will T Innes has placed us under obliga tions for a delightful mess of pork tenderloin Ho knows our weak ness in that line Ho will please accept our thanks for his kindness vACCIDENT AT WEST SIDE MILL The foundation of one of the boil ors of the Wost Side Champion Sawmill gave way Wednesday and things looked scary for a time t Tho trouble was at once remedied sWill Preach Sunday Rev Lichtenstfcin of St Louis superintendent f the Jewish Christian Mission is at present in this city and will preach three time occupying three diffeient pulpits On Sunday morning at 11 a m at the tout fern Ertsby f teriat Church in the lifternorn jnt3 nolJcV time pace will he an JHWCpr later und in the even i g nt 730 t the First Pr sby tfi IIIHhuf h The suljet for the afternoon theIJfwion with the Secoid Caning of the Mtsaiith Those who f mil to hear him mostisomething of the ChrUtiMi work among the Je- wsLowest Special Homeseekers Rates IEVER MADE TO OKLAHOMAfINDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA LOllI8YILllllBllll8ON ST LOmS RY THEHENDERSON ROUTE IIn connection with nil other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 21th December 5th nod 19th dayain a OWN A HOME IWhl laud is cheap and from it certain For rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent a 4 PLANT NEW FORESTS i iIn1 tho old days wood was burned the engines of tho Galena Ghioago Union Ra Iroacl the parent company of tho present Chicago Northwestern System At ono ofI t tho annual meetings of this parent company President Van Nortwiok announced to the stockholders that he had bought a certain woodland at Elgin Illinois now littlo moro than a suburb of Chicago and that he felt like congratulating tho com pany that this wood tract would forever secure sufficient fuel for the companys locomotives Somo years after when the Chicago Northwestorn was perfected the attention of one of the officers was otlled to President Van Nortwicks statement This ollloer made a rapid computation which shownd that the ElgLi woodland would not furnish kindling wood enough for the roads locomotives for oven a single year Which suggests tho faot that the annual consumption of railroad ties alono in tho United States is 120000000 or fully one 4sixth of tho total cut of timber In addition to this there are vast drains upon the forest for telegraph and telephone poles and for cross arms and for timbers for railroad construction At tho present rate of forest destruction the States within forty ems will ho absolutely denuded of merchantable timberMAUDE ADAMS A TREE PLANTER Maude Adams is credited by tho daily press with a deeper insight Into the needs of the future than the railroad presidents for she is stated to have planted upon her Long Island property a hundrod thousand locust trees which will make the very best and most last ing telegraph poles and railroad ties The suggestion is made that the railroads plant tie and pole timber along their thousands of miles of right of way which would furnish an inexhaustible timber k supply on the spot The wisdom of planting rights of way to trees is questionable In these days of fast tiains nothing is more dangerous to those who must drive over railroad crossings than to have the view of the truck obscured by trees For a long distance on either side of every crossing the right of way should present a clear view As a matter of fact the railroads have given a good deal of consideration to lumber supplies the prominentlynized apparition Ten years ago nC1ceptedpromptly out by purchasing agents Today these are all utilized A few years ago red oak blaok oak beech gums pines and other soft woods were consid ered useless GREAT OBJECT LESSON TO FARMERS It is very doubtful if any railroad will ever be able to platt trees in sufficient number to secure its en t tire supply of crossties but the planting experiments made by the railroads will tend to stimulate land owners holding land along the right of way to plant their waste orI unproductive wltn trees which will produce tie timber and thus railroad with a supply of ties in the future The annual tie consumption of the Pennsylvania Railroad alone is about 8850000 ties to produce which about 12800 acres must be cutIn many oases tho question of the production lor tho railroads will undoubtedly be solved by the proper management of existing tracts of forest land which tho roads now t own or mlU rather than by Any extensive scheme of forest planting yearsyIn this country and us a result of his study a scheme of cooperation with land owners and was devised whereby the Forest Service gives practical assistance and ad vice in establishing commercial plantations shelterbelts wind breaks etc This assistance is Usually embodied in a planting plan which enumerates tho kinds of trees to be planted upon any Riven planting site and gives instructions for the preparation of tho ground and for the spacing sot tins of young trees Advantage has been taken of the assistance offered and hundreds of planting plans have been made for farmers who havo planted wood lots slid ter belts and windbreaks with sun miss in accordance with the direc k tions furnished by tho Forest Ser vice MILLIONS OF PLANTABLE ACRESNThere are millions of acres n tho United States today in private ownership whiqh are nut adapted to farming but which would pay a t handsome return on tho investment if planted to trees anti systemat ically oared for as a forest planta tion Whoa the trees have onco reached a of growth which gives them a marketable value in telligent management cutting ouch year only a portion of the timber and allowing for reforestation would make such forest plantations a source of revenue as long as tho country continues to be inhabited by men AIf yF ttfs Early Risers The fawis p11fo AZtr STAMPING GROU DICorn is selling for 175 per barrel delivered IMr Richard C Head has gone t Chattanooga Tenn on business IHogs are beginning to come on Sales have boon made from I to 475 per hundred The insuraiuio adjusters have boon here and tho owners of tho TJrepnrJngto d The Ladies Aid Soiooty of tin Baptist Church will glo an enter eveningNovember o SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that tho fire coughhangsnothing hut dynnmitH would cure jit Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga apgraivated e nitrhts Two could not KingsNowCoughs and Colds whioh eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific gmippeAguaranteed Trial bottle free NEW WINTER RESORT SEA N loooiooo ISOThe Beautiful Sapphire Country ITo the man whose imagination is fed with facts and fortified with observation tho southern portion of the United States will always omnlplotenoeture Practically every resource that ministers to the wealth and greatness of a people has boon lay ishly placed within its borders Though tho Creator of this full bosomed magnificence dwells neither here nor therehut every whore we like in all reverence to call these Southern States indeed Gods country Ono who knows o South realizes how after ma terial gifts had been so sonorously bestowed the designing power completed its work by dotting it liberally with those imperative auxiliaries of modern civilization InIhave proven not only protectors of additially in the future to our actual wealthThe Florida resorts need no de tailed eulogy at this date They have won already thousands of wealthy Northerners and Southern ors from the lure of the European spa or tho call of the Riveria A more wonderful conquest and one which should interest the entire South is that of the radiant Sap phire country that of Eden of the North Carolina mountains with which tho word Toxaway has become inseparably Identified Its beauties and its healthcompelling qualities have been open to civiliza tion for only a few years rein Lively yet Toxaway means to a host of Southern land Northern peo ple today recreation and recupera tion under conditions as ideal as can be arranged by time copartner ship of man and Nature limo six ltotnls under the manage ment of the Toxaway Hotel Com pany with Mr J C Burrows at its head have been instrumental TheItho rest The hostelrios have bee artfully located getting tho wide benefits which come front altitudes ranging from 2250 to 4780 feet The farreaching estate of Tox away comprises 81000 acres in which are more than seventyfive fishingIrinldingIn tho rugged recesses of tho estate there are deer wild turkey and ruffed with hear hero and there and occasionally quail The three lakes like shimmering sap phires l down in the heart of the mountains with the winding forest roads create indellible im placeWith of the winter season Toxaway Innthe greatest ofnIl thin Toxaway resorts an nounces itself ready for business for time approaching season after having completed the most sac cessful summer season known in the history of Southern resorts From this time on this institution he1ulUca not only a summer hut a winter resort appealing to the South in tho summer and to the North in winter It is on the direr lino of travel from eastern and western points to Florida and Manager Burrowes has made every arrangement to catch tho business as it goes to anti comes Iron Flor idaAnd It is safe to say that those who stop to tame in tho beauties of tho Toxaway country will bo amply compensated for in tho mattor o scenic attractions there is nothing Mice it this side of tho Rocky Moun tains Constitution Atlanta Ga Oct 12 1105 08t 2 genuineLaxative e the matdy that ease a cold fa ae day MILLvILLE Mr Lester Finnoll and family visited in Franklin uounty Satur nday and Sunday GeorgeGordollBurn November 2 to Mr James Goodrich and wlfoa daughter Mr 0 0 Jennings who has boon in Mississippi for some time has returned home Mr Grover Dedman is convalesc iug from a spell of typhoid fever Misses Lena Hedrick and Lixzio Adkins Mrs Join W Shaw and Dr Doraoy all spout Sunday in LouisvilleThe Society of the Baptist Church wow entertained by Mrs W Price Johnson on Tuos day of last week IfPhoro is considerable sickness in now The Ladies Aid Society of time Christian Church gave an enter ilrIJOhnThe Old Taylor distillery is running full blast now OLD TIMER BUT FEW ARE FREE But few people are entirely free from indigestion at this season of tho year Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only tho best remedy to use because it dicests what you eat but because it also enables the digestive apparatus to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue building blood Kodol relieves sour stomach heartburn belching and all forms of indigestion Sold by J W Gayle CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SiiUatum of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat If DO IT TODAY inJuNotionIINoveryou can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today 1 That is the torso ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all druggists lyr Cough Season Fall and Winter is the time that Throat and Lung Troubles get their start Dont let them start Every Cough and Cold means t tearing down a threat against life Every neglected Cough makes the next one come easier n ales White Pine- Expectorant Cures Coughs by remov ing the cause It heals strengthens and soothes loosens the Tough and cures thoroughly CENTSf I AliGAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadv Frankfort Ky 1I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which hits been Iin use for over 30 years has borne Limo signature of and been under its infancyrAllow no ono to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PareIgoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoaa and WindtIt relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation i and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTho t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought t In Use For Over 30 Years 74 me New LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER m EFFECTIVE OCT 10031EASTBO- UND WESTBOUND i pf No 2 No4 Daily tt StationsEx Mis Ex Bund Exsttu aIj PM 1AM PM Leave AMI IAr 11 74I225 0 Lexington 0 1010I810 825 Winchester 20 aw 40 Clay Olty 4Ot 400 954I Stanton 828 480 485 Naturnl Bridge 801 Oli449 1008 02 Torrent 02 747 8411 511 1029 Benttil1e Junction 728 886xI 610 1180 94Jackson 9J 825 22511 t vkjTrains iRyTrains No8 and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with the LAKy for Beattyvilloatj nd local station J R BARR CHARLES SCOTT tGeneral Manager GP A Ty 74OH0 t No No No r Daily Daily Station IDaily Daily ia Ex Sund Ex Bund Ex Sund M1s5 1I tJIIA152 Hampton 480 1158 880I 129 Lee City 510 1222 18I 74 12 Heluclmwii 618 1228 21I 715 105 Cannel City 54l 1245 27 Nod and 22 will make close connection at O k K Junction with Nos 3 and for points on tho Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent SOLID COMFORT INITRAVEL MEANS TUB Henderson Route Free Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND nOME SEEKERS KATES TO TilE WEST AN J SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip oc n change of locution in the near fu turauGot the Henderson Route HabitIt tho comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is acquireI tho equipment the train service the free chair ears and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT IJ H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Tray Pass Agt Gen Pass At HENDERSON ROUTE QUJY LTJ1Jt xy t has made his personal supervision since this Colic IDaily Reclining Queen andofu G CrescentRoute l snoitest Route AN- DQuickest Module BETWEENGEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA fATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANSAND TEXAS PO I NTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter onYLARKEt T P A 89 Mall Street Lexisgton Kentucky