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THE FMMFORT ROUNDABOUT tt t 4 nnceyl IVOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOV 25 IBOb NO IJ f The Best Very Made Boys Clothes I jI k Ftt t t 4ii II Y M C A BAZAAR Fr r On Wednesday December 18 from Ii 10 oclock in the morning till 10 at night the Ladles Committee of the Y M C A will hold in the store room just vacated by Rogers Bros the most beautiful bazaar that the natives of Frankfort have wit nessed for many years This com mittee is uomposdd of five members rr from the different churches and with able assistance have worked like beavers for the success of an institution that should be encour aged for your own boy and the a other boy that is not your own There will be a number ot booths tireach one more artistically deco iirated than the other and if you f cant find unassisted anything you want ask for it and It shall be sold to you Now prepare to have your mouth water while you road the following The doll booth will be in charge of Mesdames Hiram Berry Mary b Brown Day H V MoO usnt1y T M Phythian and W C Herndon Dolls from all countries all sizes a all sorts and conditions Dont buy the baby one until you have soon tht m =r The candy booth which is in t charge of Mesdames J C W Beck ham D W Lindsey A D Martin and Misses Harriett McClure and Annie MaGill will be one of tho prettiest and the sweetest booths and here you will find only con fee tions that will suit that sweet toothThe fancy article booth will at tract those ladies who appreciate beautiful handiwork and here you will find something her Christmas gift The vexed prb lem as to what to give her being solved for you while you watt Mesdames W G Chapman T L Edelen J W Gayle and Misses Emmie Scott and Margaret Rogers will have full sway hero and will treat you right The Useful Articles have not t been forgotten in this beautiful ext hibition of good things and here you will find something that your wife and mother and that blessed womanthe one that the jurisdic of the law made her son J 1 t 7 J STRONG Theres talk snap l and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un equnltecl the boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of lion est allwool materials sewed with silk thread seams t1pcd buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but An ExceptionalLine 500 RK McCLURE SON t 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT Ky1 tOIH islunl1e but lMiss Kendall If you cant choose these ladies will kindly assist you and all you have to do is to settle the bill The cut flowers and plants have not been forgotten and Miss Corinne Henry will take care that you got just what you want or you might ask the lady with you if you cant choose from this beautiful selectionThe bedsever see one Well the children go crazy over these and thats what you have children forto please them This truly beautiful display will be under the supervision of Mrs Hard wick Mrs W C Marshall and Misses Mary Page and May Crom well Attached to the roots in the mother earth will be found toys and all you have to do is to pay a dime two little nioklos and pull a flowerl The caked and pies The kind that your mother never did make You iiad to live to sea this day to know this kind of pies and cake Listen Cream pies lemon pies chocolate pies and apple pies Dont that sound good Meals will be served all during the day and half the night Dont know where they are going to come from but they will be there The following Kentucky housekeepers will have charge of the cuisine Mosdames John W Gainee Dunne Brown T J Nunn A Pilklngton R B Franklin and J R Newton The bazaar would not be complete without giving the ladies a chance to bid on something and so there will be an auction sale at 880 p m and Mrs William Cromwell and Mrs VauDorveor have by groat persuasion secured the ser vices of that noted auctioneer Mr Frank C Hutchinson and the fun promises to be fast and furious This sale will be an eyeopener and your moneys worth is assured Beautiful girls will assist the ladies in the sales department and when cash is called for you will be tempted to spend another dollar just to see the way who keeps no1 brings you back the change Every cent Tho Frankfort Orchestra have very generously offered their ser vices for the evening and will dis course the sweetest music while you Hire there Mrs J M Van = j ft t r CO COPYRIGHT 1906 Oerveer will be doorkeeper and will be assisted by some five other ladies who have not yet been selectedMrs W M Saftell and Miss Amanda Powell will have charge of the reception committee and will see that each visitor receives hearty welcome and has ample opportunity to spend your dollars The admission is free and it is now hoped that all friends of the Y M 0 A will come out and help by his or her presence FAILTHE That is What They Say About Them in Frankfort and It Is Therefore Reliable Another proof more evidence Frankfort testimony to swell the lone list of local people who en dorse the old Quaker remedy Doans Kidney Pills Read this convincing endorsement of that re preparationMr of 18 Taylor Avenue wife of J T Dean boatman says While I did not personally IIPO Doans Kidney Pills I can highly recommend them for the great relief they afforded my eldest daughter who has always suffered more or less frdm a weak back ever since a child On ac count of this condition it was almost impossible for her at times to lift anything Accompanying this there was a difficulty with the kidneys which was very annoying and distressing I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for her at J W store She took them an directed wayHerstronger and the difficulty with the kidney secretions was much im proved My youngest daughter complained a great denl of her back hurting her too I gave her Doans Kidney Pills and the results in her case as well were most satisfactory For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y solo ogentsfgr the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other THANKS We are again placed under obligations to our old colored friend Mr Levi Berry for some fine pears of his raising this season Mr Berry is one of our most successful fruit raisers and sells his crops in our city uvery year We return our thanks tOJbim t I l y 0 0I IKIOKED BY HORSE Mr John T Hockensmith who lives five miles out on the Peaks Mill pike was driving a horse into his stable to feedon Thursday even ing and when ho reached the door another horse bit at the one he wns driving when the animal lot drive with his heels and struck Mr Hook onsmith on the right side breaking a rib and otherwise bruising him up Surgical attention was ren dered and though suffering consid erable pain Mr Hockensmith is doing as well as could be expected We congratulate our old friend on his escape from clenthITERRIFIC RACE WITH DEATH aPPlonchlnuI of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man mytroublesgists price bO- cNARROW ESCAPE An alarm from box 21 at 525 a deIOffice on Ann street where a dan gerous blaze wns at work It seems that a pile of wasto and scrap paper lying on the floor became ignited and was blazing up furi ously It was however quickly extinguished without loss It was a dangerous fire and left alone a little while would have gotten beyond control DONT BE DECEIVED Do not be deceived by counter feits when you buy Witch Hazel Salve The name of E C DeWitt genuinenpplyDeWittsand morning Best for Cuts Burns Totter Eczema etc Miss H M Mlddloton Thebes 111 says I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel daysSoldFIRE TUESDAY At 903 a m on Tuesday an alarm from box 85 called the fire boys to the residenod of Madame Jessie Morris on Long Lane Alley where a blaze inflicted damage to the amount of about 100 or 150 The fire was soon extinguished after the dopartmenet reached the property was owned by Mr Thos B Hetinor There was in suranceA CREEPING DEATH Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully in uplikepolsonIIAaledlife Best in the world for burns and sores 25o at all druggists LABORERS BROUGHT HERE A squad of about twentyfive men were brought here on Monday last to work on the Capitol building The contractors are running night and day and could not obtain as many men here as they needed so sent to Ford Clark county for these men Builds up the system puts pure rich blood in the veins makes men and women strong and healthy anydrugSELLS LOTIMr John Bulger has sold a lot on East Main street to Mr N F Onnn fob Syrup 1tazllN the bleed i Cectta lqtat tUKf8I all S hill lSooi1s A- TCKAGINBIIOS1 I Yo offer you at great reduction Ladies Tailored Suits 20 SUITS FOR 1650 25 SUITS FOR 1998 35 SUITS FOR 2998 These are all newest style Suits and most desirable shades and materials LADIES SKIRTS One lot of Tailored Skirts btmutiflll styles t IIworth 50 only 450 These are X37589c 50c Dress shades of i fancy mIxed ings yard IIIrials for Suits and I Skirts yard only III inches wide blackw SIraUetll Silk worth I 125 yard only II75c bleached I Table Linen only GOc bleached Table Linen only Good quality JrI I Table only 100 I perdozen II 150 pefdozen II 200 fall I perdozen Clair Bridge tleare Qigaitnreof A I WOOLEN II I It I 75e nu IJ 186 98c I I 59c I I49c 111bleached Linen S5c INapkins a 11 1t79c 11INapkins a 11 I 119 I INapkins 149 I CIKAGIN BROf41 St St at OAIJIOnXAtM Ike Bauchti 11Largest Splendid Tailored Suits CHAR LES Goods I PERSONAL Circuit Judge R L Stout was there Thursday Rev C R Hudson went to Lex ington on Monday Col A D Martin went tti Chi cago Ills on Mondav Judge Luther Willis of Shelby ville was here Friday Mr R B Brown of Warsaw was an the city on Tuesday Mr W A Bowles of Richmond ris visiting relatives here Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Thursday Miss Josie Hughes has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr John B Dryden Sr went tto Cincinnati on Thursday Mrs M A to Cincinnati to visit relntivesIJudge Luther C byville was here Thursday Judge Albert S Berry of New port was hero on Thursday Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Versailles Mr J C Cantrill of Georgetown was in the city on Saturday Mrs Joshua Shiveley of Louisville visited hero this week Mr J A Batterton spent Sunday zit his old home at Eminence Mr Wm Cromwell and wife spent yesterday in Louisville Miss Khtie went to Louisville yesterday morning Miss Settle Richardson is visit ing relatives in Shelby Senator J W toi was in the city on Mr Virgil 11 vllle was in the city Wednesday Rev Lewis N Thompson of Louisville was in the city Monday Col C W Fowler of the K M I at Lyndon was hero Thursday Lt Gov W P Thovuo and wife of Eminence wore here Thursday Mrs H S Keller is the guest of Miss Nettie Walcutt at Lakeland Judge Bon G Williams has gone to Breathittj county on a hunting strip Mrs W J Scottow visited herI it wo daughters in Louisville this svcek Mr J Swigert Taylor made a business trip to Chicago Ills this week Judge J C Wright of Newport attended the Court of Appeals this Deputy Collector M H Insok of Carlisle was here the first of thf Emmie Scott is visiting Mrs W O Tucker nee Nunn at Marion Df J W Gayle was the guest of Mr Joe LeCompto in Lexington Sunday i Mrs 0 W Thomas of Louisville Visited Mrs Belle Saunders Allen this week Mrs Thos C Tanner visited friends in Lexington on Saturday and Sunday ite Mrs Cornelia Bush was called to Louisville on Sunday by the death of a relative Mr Theodore OH Samuels visited at his old home in Louis ville Sunday Mr Lillard H Carter of Law jenoebuig was here Wednesday on legal business lutes Alice Wilkerson of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs Dell Gaines Tanner Miss Virginia Chinn is visiting her uncle W E Hunt at Greenville 11issI Trfry r WHERE WE ARE STRONG There is not a Department in our Store that is not Strong Every care is taken to fill the wants of our customers The Specialties we are calling atten tion to this week are Dress Hosiery Underwear Cloaks and Suits OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS POPULAR E E Garments Notions Readyto Thompson weekr weekMiss Goods ness on Tuesday here on Tuesday Mr Jas A Hodges of Louis ville was in the city this week visiting relatives Mr E V Puryear of Danville was the guest of Mr A O Van Winkle on Tuesday Miss Cordie Jeffers visited her cousin Miss Sophia Newman in Versailles this week CityMarshalgone to Kansas City Mo Mrs Margaret Crockett of Dan ville who has been visiting rela tives hero has gone home Tuesday to visit relatives Col J C Beokham of Sholby vilie was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Wednesday Mrs Sallie R Thomas has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad atives here has returned home Judge Jas S Morris of La Grange was the guest of his son Mr Chas H Morris this week Mrs Beriah Magouln of Duluth Wis is visiting her daughter Mrs S J Shackleford Shelby street Mr G Allison Holland of Em inence was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Miss Louisa Loos of Lexington DarIMiss Gpneviove Posoy this week Judge Wm Carroll of New Cas tie was in the city on business in the Court of Appeals Wednesday Mr W G Mulholland of Louisville was the guest of Mrs W T Summers Fourth Avenue Friday daughterMissdays visit to relatives in Louis vine Mr D L Kennedy attended the funeral of his friend Mr Chas E Taylor Jr in Cincinnati on Sun dayMr Huston Wood and Mr Geo L Payne left Friday night for Car lisle county on their annual bird hunt Dr George Bryan and wife of Georgetown wore guests of their daughter Mrs A M Slack this week Messrs R A Baker Mason P Brown and Will South went to Eastern Kentucky for a hunt this weekMiss Laura White of Ashland who has been visiting her sister Mrs S W Hagor has returned homeMiss Ruby Fugazzi who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs S Pe lossi in Versailles has returned homeRev J W Harney who has been conducting the meeting at the Methodist Church left Monday for CarlisleCol Garrett B Wall of Mays ville was in the city on Wednes day on business for the 0 O RailwayMiss Lih Patterson and Miss Lora Pnttolson of Eminence wore the guest of Miss Ruth Robinson this week Mr Edson Bradley President of the Ky Dist and Warehouse Co of Now York City was in the city this week Rev U V W Darlington of Parkersburg W Va was called to Graefonburg yesterday by the PO rious illness of his mother S4t 1 Mrs Ella Mulloy of LqulsvillfJI who has been visiting r Mrs C J Weitzel has gone to Lexington JudgePhiltended the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Miss Joe Murphy returned Friday night from Louisville where she was called by the illness of Miss Tots Trabue Mrs H W Bain of Lexington who has been visiting her brother Messrs J C and G H Martin has returned home Rev Wm Crowe made an address ito the Y M C A in Versailles Ion Sunday afternoon returning home that evening Judge A Rollins Burnam of Richmond attended the Court of Appeals this week and as State Commissioner- Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louis t ville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Helen McClure re turned home yesterday Mrs C H Hatchitt of Newtown who has boon the guest of Ijer mother Mrs R P Pepper re turned home Saturday afternoon JIOof Ghent who have been guests of Mrs Lee A Owen has gone home Prof J H Fuqua ent of Public Instruction the Southern Educational attendedI tion at Nashville weekItending the CqJIege jf Music in Cincinnati is the guest of her parents Mr L B Marshall and wife Mr E Carl Wolff of Louisville but formerly of this city was here on Tuesday taking some photographic views for the Courier Journal IMrs Goodrich and Miss Dowden City Mo who have HuntJJfDunIJleof Election Commissioners ho being the Representative of the Democratic party on Thursday Lo vis McQuown of BowlingJGroan has Joined her husband hero and they have gone to housekeep Mrs Jonnie M Chinns onUlP1bellling Wine Co of Chicago Ills and Mr Frank Van Haun of the Chicago Chronicle who have boon guests of Col E H Taylor Jr have gone home Mr J Ed Crutcher of this coun ty left Tuesday afternoon for Tul seo Indian Territory whore he will spend the winter and will take care of Messrs Noel Arm strongs cattle on their ranch Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louis ville has resigned her position with the Louisville Post and is visiting her sister Mrs J N Crutcher West Side en route to Philadelphia where she will spend the winter Judge William Lindsay and wife and Mrs S L Holmes left Wednesday night for New York City where they will spend the winter returning hero to spend the sum mer In their elegant home on Wap ping street DAUGHTERS OF CONFED ERACY The Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on Saturday Deo 2 at 8 oclock A full attendance re quested J ALEX GRANT President Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate lot akin ernptlana lr v rliJ rQrI rr NEW SHADES IvCADET THE BEST BOYSand GIRLS HOSE i JJ ITZ LOry countyI Lexington exOountyAttornoyof daughter Lexington THHNKSDIVING SOLEIcr5 12 Days Dress Goods Sale To stimulate the movement of Dress Good we offer our 150 Novelty Dress Goods and Chiffon Broadcloth J For 100 only Other Dress Goods 75 05 and 60c for Silks our 3Gin warranted Silk150only 49C 11 Coats and Jackets Childrens Coats 200 to 500 i Empire Coats 750 1050 1250 Rain Coats positively the Cheapest and Best in FrankfortF J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE y There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is pliceVe 1rt out of Selected Material which we sell under a guarantee that means something If you do not know our work get the habit now I Give us a trial order and we will build you what you want Write or phone us and our repre sentative will call to see you Seller Carriage GoI VERSIMrES KY H K WARD C M Bnowxxlnta President Sec and Treas APPOINTMENTS DECIDED It is given out from Washington City that the Federal appointments for Kentucky hnve been awarded as of the Port at Louisville Judge W G Dearing of Flom ingsburgU Marshal Western District of Kentucky Geo W Long of Leitohfleld U S Marshal Eastern Distriot of Kentucky Stephen G Sharp of Lexington U S Attorney Eastern District Jas H Tinsley of Barbourville U S Attorney Western Distriot Reuben D Hill of Williamsburg Collectors of Internal Revenue Second District E T Franks Fifth Distriot Jos A Craft Sixth DistrictGeo W Lieborth Sev enth DistrictS J Roberts EighthDlstliotsince The agony is now over and busi ness will still go f onIDr Weaver grrapporifUfthe blood CeraUheiliBkla eruption 100 New Fast TrainTO ColoradoTUTAHANDTHX 19Them daily The evening trains to same points servloerrguFor addressBTrav Pass ArC Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND f Gen Pass Tickef Agt St Louis Mo it II lt f caS rt3 p H Ribbons p and JrFaheySilks for J1FancyWork i See our 5c Ribbon SuitsfyIWehave included in this safe some of the newest Cloaks aud Suits grouped in prices 1000 Suits worth 1200 to 1500 1600 Suite worth 1800 to 2000 ly I 2500 Suits worth 8000 to 3500 1000 Conks worth 1360 to 1500 2500 Cloaks worth 8000 to 3500 800 Childrens Cloaks worth 500 J I CARL SCH URZS SCHOOLDAYS Carl Schurzs Reminiscences running in Modules tell in the December number of the soldier statesmans school days in Ger many His teachers the methods of his education his schoolfellows his reading all of the awakening and developing influences under which he came and described with an tenderness of recol leotIon which Rives rare charm to the story Carl Sohurz is the type of fighting idealist whose triumph t seems at hand in the awakening of political and financial morals that is tha order of the day all over the land The environment and methods which produced a ohraotor of Sohurzs conspicuous worth is a bit of human history of great importance in itself but it is the story Sohurz tells that makes the narrative good reading It is a panorama of a simple noble boyhood full of earnest endeavor and lOfty purpose tempered by just a modicum of lovable human weak nesses WISDOM FROM THE COACHMAN The series of stories of the ser vants which have been running in Mediums concludes In the Christ mas number with A Parable For The last told the love story of tho the house and her maid Miss Ethels romance of her hus some horse sense from vJiinan Annies man and lot us pr Kinne lives happily over after Thti iS good warm humanity in the tale and a touch of aston ishing wholesome democracy f THE DEEPWATER DEBATE The Deepwater Debate in the Christmas MoCluros is a glimpse of tho snug little village that seems some time to have boon the homo of all of us who is not city bred will find in it tho power to live over again the the good oldfashioned revelries and the love affairs of the days back home DARBY OGILL AND THE KING OF THE- FAIRIES Herminie Templeton whose stories of Darby OGill and the To properly show our appreciation of the continued growth and prosperity of this business during the past year we are going to celebrate This great hol iday particularly lends itself to a store celebration coming as it does right in the middle of the fall mer chandise we sell and our stocks arc in the best con dition tp supply it- Thanksgiving Sale of New and Season s able Goods Furs A Great Saving to you here Cougar Hair Scarfs 150 to 500 Fox Bone 500 to 2500 Squirrel Scarfs 500 to 2500 Muffs to match Childrens Sets white grey or brown 150 to 1000 I I E EiEEEE f ll 1Husbands Good pooplel full of the nimble wit and wild charm of the race gave her high place among the writers of Irish folklore brings Darby through a Christmas nights adventure with tho King of the Fairies himself Ashes of Old Wishes is full of sly humor but it is the deep philosophy of it that makes it one of the writers best LOVEMAKING BY THE BOSS The human side of Bossism is fairly realized in The Courtship of tho Boss by Anne OHagan in the December MoCIures Mayor sets about the getting of his second wife with the same easy confidence and much the same methods he might have brought to tho stealing of the citys gas plant There is vast entertainment in the tale of his wooing but the lady leads him to his first defeat Anne OHagan knows her types The Mayor is a master character sketch and the little side lights on the mightllIuminntein any town of tho land WANTED By Chicago whole sale and mail order house assist nut manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position No investment or experience re quired Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope THOMAS J COOPER CO 410t 132 Lake St Chicago Ill FOR SALE I have a splendid Jersey Bull 0 months old registered pedigree for sale Also a No Durham Mulch Cow very fine milker Ap ply to G H MASTIN R F n 8 Frankfort Ky Oct 7tf LETTERLIST The following is a list of the ad vertised letters for tho week ending November 25 1905 Burt Dr C W Bush Miss Mary Boll Chisholm J B Glispie Willie- Goldstone Miss Doris Gorden Charley Graves Ernest B Hart Sue Hesoh Clifford Hobbs W C Iota of D R E Jackson Mrs Sallie Lauter HonfR S McCowan Brock MaryMontague Raezwr G H Rogers Mrs Mary 2 Tillman John- Whittingham Chas Persons calling for the above lot tors will please say advertised E M DRANE P M Dress Goods A Whirl of Prices here 1 Lot 150 Broadcloth 100 yd 1 Lot 50o Suitings 29o yd 1 Lot 100 Suitings and 69c yd 1 Lot 23o Crepe de Chine beautiful shades yd SHOULD BE ENLARGED In the report made tothe Gover nor by the Board of Commissioners of the Institute for FeebleMinded Children the need of an enlarge ment of that institution is made plain It is now crowded to its full capacity and the Superintendent has quite a large number of appli cants for admission whom he has been to decline to re J W Hill the efficient Su- porintendent is eminently fitted for his position and there will not be waste of the States funds as long as ho is in charge of affairs We hope tho Legislature will meet the need- IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes in time of Southern effeotlvlNo1 at 780 a in will depart at 8 a m No9 now leaving Louisville at 850 p m will depart at 880 p m No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Luxington at 610 a m will depart at 545 a m No2 now leaving Loxington at 530 p m will depart at 5 p m Corresponding changes will bo made at local stations and passen gore intending to use those trains should consult ticket agoijts for complete information m C H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 Dawns Early RisersLlttloThe famous little pUs LQW RATES Via F C Ry to Alabama Georgia Louisiana Mississippi exceptedRateway rate for tho round trip plus 50 cents minimum 870 Dates of Sale November 21st December 5th and December 19th 1905 Limit Twentyone days from date of sale- Stopover privileges allowed For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent 10tD20 genuineLaxative the remedy that fiiroM n cold in one day Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases OLD TAYLORf THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky t t i r quality New Linen immaculate white should clothe Festive Board iJriReids Standard Table Linens to Special value special 4fFinerAND Oriental Moquete Hearth Rugs X275 Roomsize Rugs to 8600att Natures Invention awa1Wfree from alcoholic stimulants that been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting natures processes of digestion separation and ab building and rebuilding perIfeettinal catarrhal affections causing appendicitisstoppage of the gall duct foods nervous dyspepsia headache con stipation and other complaints such ai colic biliousness jaundice t JAugust Flower is natures intended regulator Two sizes s5c 750 druggists For sale by J W Gnyle YEARSI TRADE DESIGNS MARts Il trayquicky receivetpectai Scientific ritanA handsomely Illustrated Largest any aclentlna journal Terms trear months L byull newsdealers YorkBranch A ST0 afBeare Signature of theliii to COPYRIGHTS air THE HICKS FOR 1106 l111nnaoI The Rev R Hicks A will out bo publisher Monthly Journal Word and nlargewill contain storm and weather forecasts anti other features complete The November number now ready contains forecast from January to June readyDecemberforecasts from July to December splolldidMait tuna you will have it Tho November and January numbers taining Rev R Hicks fore casts tho whole year and more complete that over be had bv sending at once 25 cents to Word and Works Company 2201 Locust Street Louis S2m T Merode J UnderwearExcels and t Quality Vests Pants IIUinon Suits 100 iVests aud Pants extraI 125 iChildrens25o and SOcyTABLE LINENS fthe Thanksgiving 75c 200 yd 100 yd NAPKINSK size 100 doz f CARPETS RUGSf3400 900 VV t I unconscious educational shipwreck Everyone excitements Hennessey permanent compelled ceiveDr TAYLOR v Great has sorptionfor etc All 50 Communitlons8lrictlycontJdentlnL Jlm weekly four Sold o A ALMANAC Irl for his his astronomical the con tho Trl for can Publishing St Mo Comfort and 50o C 0 TIME TABLE 11 9UCTH- No21 iNo t MP MsLexington g5frankiort 9OJ 618 Shelbrville 100lIt Louisville 11001 8OC NORTH No22 No MPL tl lit Louisville 8SO Shelorvtlo 928 700 Frankfort 1tOpA Lexington 11018 Illinois Central f Seventh F River Louisville ypLeavesNew Orleans No v ibfNovVFor5townHodgenvilloandSunday service to Ellzabethtow and Hodgen ville Stops at nil stations y tiLeavesfVHotlcenvillei Sundays Stop at alt stations All Trains lion DailyfHi F1 Hillenmeyer Sons IfBLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington KyjOtter for the Fall of 1005 a full I stockof Fruit nnd Ornnmontnli Jjj IttSmullKtCutnlogueSept 28 8m V t DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT s St Clair Flats II Port HuroniBy the Magnificent Steamers t of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dally at j iljSundays ojameals and berth extraeSpecial Rates la Secitliu Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the SooIIDulutb etc For further information see nearest t Railroad Agent or write 0 F TrUgr OOLOEttDJPJL e JI 11 itlW i 1 2t ft uJ TneFraukInrCdoun a aui- Entered at the postotlicc at Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass mailablc matter lEO A LEWIS ProV and Pub s1 FRANKFORT NOV 25 1905 r BUT NEARER HOME The Georgetown Times of this week has the following v Evidently the occupants of the graveyards In Philadelphia wore not voted at the recent election in that city But coming nearer home neigh bor thoy voted a gentleman in Lexington that had been dead sevon years The Lexington poli ticians have evidently learned something from their Frankfort and Philadelphia brethren That is an old story here where dead men wore voted in the old viva voce time 16 years ago in order to defeat Capt Valentino Uerberioh for Mayor r1DEATH OF COL ELIJAH G SEBREE We were greatly saddened on Sunday when we received the rtnosvs that Ool E G Sobroe of Henderson had crossodjhe great divide Mr Sebree was one of the most companionable and warmhearted men we over knew He numbered his friends by his acquaintances He was a prominent factor in i business and politics in Southern Kentucky and had accumulated a Handsome estate by his energy and foresight TELLS THE WONDERFUL STORY Rev A Lichtenstein the con Vorted Jewpreached throe sermons in this city on Sunday lasl In tle morning at the Southern Presbyterian Church in the afternoon at the First Baptist Church and in the evening at the First Presby terian Church He had good au dloncos at each service The story of his life and sacrifices for the cause of Christ was very 1 thrilling and eilective although told in the simplest way He is in charge of the work of evangelization among tho Jews in St Louis Mo S JED Jill LIFE Thats what a prominent- druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short timer ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials i in addressing the public but the above remark and l similar expressions ark made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop 1 ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no jmore of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scottst1 r Emulsion and gather good from it We wittsend you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form a label icon the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buySCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY SOc and all druggists I uILo I3nrau Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One In every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart wil easily become a diseased heart A little extra bringottof sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure wil tone up the hearts action enrich the blow and improve the circulation My trouble be anwith catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I have experienced with heart I had the usua symptoms sleeplessness lost appetite stipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony 1 suffered so severey and became so w ak that my doctors I could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over twc hours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering ni the heart so severe I would have to e everything and rest Nerve and LIVer Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve years and Ithank Dr Miles Remedies font I think they are the grandest remedies on earth and I am constantly recommending CANTRELLWaxahacnie All drimgists sell and gunrntee first bot te Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind For the Roundabout SNATCHED FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH One of the most thrilling Inci dents In the ensanguined drama of the Civil War was enacted upon the field of Marrowbone and neat the heights of Jimtown in the miraculous escape of John B Dryden now editor of the Frankfort Daily Call but then a member ol Jacobs 9th Kentucky Cavalry The escape or escapes was of a dual nature being both impressive and not a sot piece we deal chiefly with the Jimtown horror Inci dentally Father Major of the Catholic Church as n Southern soldier is said to have been an active contributor to Dryden hegira and to the dramatic inc dents of his unpremeditated but thrilling escape from the jaws oi deathMorgans and Jacobs cavalry had been camping and scouting and ofttimes chasing each other across and about the valley and wooded mountains of Southern Kentucky Adventure was the episode of the day and the gossip of the camp fire at night At the time referred to Jacobs cavalry was encamped near Jimtown and Drydens company then out on picket some miles to the southward Dryden himself with a few companions reckless of an enemy went still further out and took possession of a farm house to procure refreshments for man and boast They were doing well The larder was ample Corn pone and hog jowl fried cabbage and roasted potatoes broiled chicken sweet milk and honey was rapidly filling the space between the soldiers ribs and making him forget the roar of cannon and the rattle of musketry Jokes were exchanged and wit and humor reigned supremo All trouble was forgotten all sickness and wounds all pangs of hunger from quarter rations and no rations at allall was forgotten in this hour of utter happiness Suddenly a bugle call rang out Knives and forks dropped jaws ceased to masticate Surprise and consternation paralyzed faces that before were wreathed in smiles John Morgan shouted the sen try at the dour The effect of the announcement was electrical and alarming Leaping from their seats the troopers rushed through the doors and ran to mount their horses that were tied to the yard fence Dryden owned a gay and mettlesome Rosinanto good on three logs but tho fourth had a bad case of springhalt He was a little belated in undoing his bridle rein and the others were off slightly in the lead Thoy did not dully Thoy did not hesitate For back there in the Load in full view not a hundred yards away was a troop of Mor gans cavalry riding at breakneck speed with drawn sabres and with that wild Rebel yell ringing in tho nil Several wore bettor mounted than a tho others and as Dryden was slightly in the roar his capture seemed imminent To surrender or die was the circa choice Thoughts of homo and friends and countrythe country he was about to die furtlnshol through his mind Some one had saidIt is sweet to die for ones country but ho could not think so then Then tho matter of praye came to his lips but he could only remember Now I lay mo down tu sleep but that did not suit tho occasion It was an hour of wake fulnessHis was fast on three logs but that one leg would lay behind it could not catch up with the others Spur as ho might tho pursuer was gaining The clatterini hoofs the digging spurs the pant lug beast told tho pursuer was near Dryden forgot everything except to get away Obstacles in the road were as nothing He was oblivious of the fact that the telegraph wire were stretched along tho road and wore down in places Suddenly he found his horse astride one of tlidei wires and climbing upward toward the top of the next post Upup- ho was going and the tension was tightening He was going heaven ward sooner than expected But lie did not want to be an angel just yet The pursuer saw his predicament He was exultant He felt that Dry don was his meat It looked thin way but Dryden was not born tc die yet He was equal to tho occasion Leaping from his saddle IK put his foot on the wire and pressed it dOwn As he did so the Rebel exultant yell rang out and the pur suer wildly shouted surrender you Yankee sonofagun Sc near was he so terrible tho sound so awful the prospect that a tremor seized his frame and Dryden fell that death was near But the end Nvns not yet As Dryden pressed down tho wire he struck his horse with his sabre leaped into the saddle distanced his pursuer and escaped Drydor states that ho made the nino miles to Jimtown in just four minutes 5315 EVERY OUNCE 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 blood of the nucessary tissuebuild ing it poisons it Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect di gestant 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 Indigestion Palpitation of the Heart etc Sold by J W Gaylo THE FALLS CITY AGAIN IN THE RIVER the good steamer Falls City whIch has boon on tho ways at Madison hid for repairs has resumed hor regular trips on the Kentucky river and to Louisville She is owned by a company of Louisville business men and is porma nently in the Louisville and Ken Lucky river trade I Buffered for months from sore throat Oil cured me in twentyfour hours M S Gist Hawesville Ky ACCIDENTALLY CUT HIMSELF Mr Henry Goins an employe of the Frankfort Shoo Co was so un lucky as to out himself In the forehead on Tuesday whets handling n knife CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the euro of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at homo by proper attention to food digestion a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the mornings Wade certain by German Syrup jo is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough sod debilitating night sweat Rest ess nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can 30 prevented or stripped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and rogu arly Should you be ableto go to a warmer clime you will find that lof the thousands of consumptives hero the few who aro benefited and regain strength arc those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 2 5c regular size 75c A tall drug- gIsts yr IO4SZO Ftit JA 1vSignature of Mlv111 Tide I LaativeSyrup i J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION i Ask Your Doctor tthenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Neryousness 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 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Jif Pipe Fittings and Wrenches aFRANK G STAGG IHardware Paint Oils Etc value JOHN DRISCOLL Ouhlity 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 Old Residence Now 4ttt Old 846 Dr L T MINISH IPhysician and Surgeon Office Hours 2prato5pm7pOfllCeNo Main Street over Barretts ResidenceNo Todd Street Frankfort Ky 8Sra1 FOR SALET- HOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels x 800 and np Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Plymoth Hook Cockerels 300 and up Address EUGENE E HOGE 72m Frankfort Ky t Southern Railwau Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville- TO Ste Louis and the West- Two r Trains Daily as follows J Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 000 a m Arrlvo St Louis 012 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaofies and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals- a changeLoavoisville 1015 p in Arrivo St Louis 782 a m Carrying Free Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman Sleeper through mReserveIII East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave q L Dont Fail toiAttend Frankforts Great 5- 1 trp0rcrLI WHHftfpw NHOI i Ry SaQwtIt The State Fanciers and Breeders Association of Kentucky-t t Frankfort Ky will hold their First Annual Exhibition December 19 20 91 22 1EQ3l Entries Positively Close December 15th f Exhibit your Poultry and Pigeons with them Write John H Cassell Secretary Frankfort Kyi for Handsome Catalogued I IBUSTER BROWN at Capital Theatre Monday Nov 27 BUSTER BROWNS PUP SURE CURE FOR BLUESI As n general tl ing it is neither dignified nor safe to call a moot or a Woman a dog but the man who ap pears in the role of Buster Browns faithful friend TJge is not a dog and wo would bo willing to wage a dollar to a dug biscuit that he would bo promptly admitted to any canine convention in the land without the wagging of a single dissenting tail Some French critics long ago discovered that when an actor was especially competent high praise might bo bestowed upon him by a mere mention of that fact that he succeeded in get ting into the skin of his part Now wo wish to go on record as saying that if there was over an actor who got more completely into tic skin of his port than this same Tige it IHS not been out good fortune to see him This makebelieve pup is about the funniest article that has como along in many a long day He is warranted to cure a chronic caso of tho blues and the combina tion of art journalism and dramatic effect in Buster Brown will sat isfy that element of the population which is seeking for an evenings entertainment enough of Buster little as ho is and of Tlge good old doggie to please the most exacting critic It is an entertainment that is certain to appeal to children and to juvenile eyes even the varying grades of plump feminity in the chorus will probably appear merely as so many booful ladles Buster exhibits a very variegated assort ment of stage tricks He can sing dance and not and does all cred itably being genuinely funny and in addition he adds to the evenings merriment with a curtain speech in which he thanks qll tho little boys and little girls in the audience for bringing thor parents to see the show Of the specialties the best is a march and drill of Scotch cos tumos proving the climax to the first act This number is very handsomely dressed and the ma noouvors are executed in such a manner ash to indloato laborious drilling At Capital Theater Mon day November 27 Qtitile Early Riser TIN famous Uttfo pills TWO ABLE SERMONS IRov Dr E C Dargan of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville preached two Rap1tistwithstanding the inclement weather there were fine present who wore audlonoosII tho sermons Dr Dargan is one pf preachers in the Baptist denomination and Is very popular here 8 NATURE NEEDS BUT LITTLE Nature needs only a Little Early Riser now and then to keep tho bowels clean the liver active and tho system free from bile head aches constipation etc The famous littlo pills Early Risers are pleasant in cileuc and perfect in action They never gripe or sicken but tone and strengthen the liver and kidneys Sold by J W Gayle MEETING CLOSED Tho protracted meeting which has been in progress at tho Metho dist Church closed on Sunday night There have been quite a large number of conversions and about fifty have boon added to the church Mr Harney is said to be an able and brilliant preacher and has had flue audiences at these services i CLEARED OF ACTION When the body is cleared for notion by Dr Kings Now Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on tho chocks the bright ness of the eyes thu firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoy alloy of the mind Try them At all druggists 25 cents ELECTED BY FISCAL COURT Dr George Horine of Graefons berg was elected Physician to tho Almshouso by tho Fiscal Court on TuesdayMr Harrod was reelected Keeper of tho Almshouso at the same time Messrs M J Meagher E1Wallace and W P Scott wore pleated custodians of tho F C Railway tax fund 10 Cure tho cough and save tho life Dr Woods Norway Pine- Synupcures coughs and colds down to the very verge of consumption J STAMPING GROUNDI Mr Geo M brother at McLoudt Oklahomat The now furnace has been in tho Christian ChurnhIThe colored the contract for their now hall to take the place of the one hurned thoIpletion iA a month The consideration is 840 rile building will be a twostory frame- Mr Charles Murphy has sold his and lot to Mr J Will Poe for Sr1nlllfarmour merchant has opened up for business in a part of the Haner hotel New goods are coming in every day DiedAt Great Crossings Mrs JohnUMnllenstook place at the Baptist cematerI Tho Peoples Bank contract for their new building to ItIIt will be a handsome addition to the appearance of the town Two Franklin county undertook to paint the town averI- million huo on Saturday night Marshal Richards was not agreeable and corraled them near the Buffalo Spring They will know better next UNO Mothers everywhere praise One Minute for tho 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 draws out tho inflammation Sold by J W Gayle ANOTHER FREE EXCURSION Tho local Business Mens Club has arranged for another free excursion on the F C Railway to this city on Wednesday December 18 Invitations will be sent out as before and any one wishing to have the benefit of the excursion should apply for tho privileges ilr Cnays Coudltfon Iowuere art just what a horse needs when in bur condition Tonic blood purifier nT J vermifuge They are not food tmedicinefind the to pm horse in prime condition Price Z cents per package For sale by J W Gayle a1 d LeCornpte Gayle a CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO ILL Via F C Ry Live Stock Exposition 1105 round trip Tick ets on sale December 16 to 19 Final limit December 24 For full par ticulars apply to- O W HAY G P 12IDll THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound coUn- try during the period of low rates to Portland nd California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra oust including Banff the Beautiful in the Cana dian Rookies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin play wound Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon oapitol Salt Lake City and its dead sea tho mines and iTiountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and roach all by tho most comfortable find luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer th a Monon Route Agent while i iu Isvillo for his office is Ii Uy tacked with beautiful illnafaued literature on tho subject and information will be cheerful 11 Intelligibly furnished Lout iis hllHoth i rMI are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in tho course of time the heart Becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment thltbodyStomach Inflammation of tho mucous Digestive of the Stomach bymaklnrmyFinally sot a bottle of Kodol and It gave me Imm curedIY I DyspepslaCureD KAUBLH Nivada 0 Digests What You Eat Dollar bottle holds times ai ranch M the trial or cent iln Prepared at the erat rrofZOD LAbI Co OhJulfo For sale by J W Gayle Dr R Pe Buckmaster st eopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODonnells 485 Mnin Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURSDAY find SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 375 48tf vIfronRfort Oinoinnati HUI Tho Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect Jute 5th1 1905 C11 lAil DAILY EXCEPT No84Notfi SUNDAY fro8lblo83 200 i2 Lv D FrantA 720 2 O 623 Summit Ill211 Elkhorn 1111 700 219 6 1103 6 58 0 Stamping Ground 236 669 Duvall 241 705 Johnson 12It Georgetown 10 2 7 O S Depot J 80 625 259 7 25It Newtown 8 M 6 733 Centerville 846 559 8 Elizabeth 842 665 47It Paris Junctn 8 615 8 71 Ar1 Paris f Ly 8 6 Connect at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuckyCentral toNto at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P M A MIAMIPM 2 6 8 25 IDIAr Georgetown 80 6 25 6 Lvl 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS A5l P M PM 6 20 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 720 716 a 51 Lv Georgetown Ar 625 U 40 Lv Ar 5 83 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUOK1 CENTRAL R R POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort A11 25A 720P 47P 7 12A A Georgetown A 04A 025P- 26P 760AA Pnris L 542P IIP 42A Aco Winchester L 09A 245P 15P 9 50A A aiayaviUo L 45A 15P 824A A Cynthiana L 502P 2CP 64P A Richmond L 6 20A 65P A Cincinnati L a55P QEO B1LRPRR 0 W HAY YI eSt and Gen li Supt GPA EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD SCOTT COIN BUILDERSAND GENER1L CONTRACTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned Old phone 638 93m BOOKSIBig Book House Failed Stock Must be Sold At Once at from 10 to 50 cents on the Dollar These are Sample Prices Late copyrights wore 150 Our price 88 ota List includes The Christian Call of the Wild Brewsters Millions Graustark The Castaway David Harum a etc Encyclopedia Britannica 10 vols half leather 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens complete works 15 vols regular 1500 our price 205 Xmas Special Worlds Best Poets Shakespeare Longfellow and 48 others De Luxe edition Full Loather paddled pure gold edges regular 150 our price 70 cents each Every book guaranteed to be new perfect and satisfactory or your money back without question or quibblingPractically any book or sot of books you want at a fraction of the retail price while they last Get our free bargain list before order ing Save 50 to 90 per cent on Christ mas books Write for it today THE DAVID B CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98t Lowest Special- Homeseekers rr Rates r EVER MADE TO 0 i OKLAHOMA Ji INDIAN rERRIrORYiTEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST j ft VIA- 10111YILLII1 innST LotUS Iff 1 Mri THEHENDERSON l ROUTE 04 In connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 21th December 5th and 19th All tickets will boar final limit 21 days in addition to date of Balcif1 OWN A HOMEvWhore land is cheap andIreturns from it certain For rate and information inquire of L J IRWINfGeneral Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent lf l 7W rr fi 1til Now is the time for building BARNS fI We carry a complete stock of ltl V Crimp and Corrugated i STEEL ROOFINOIRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge ROllV I Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges9rh Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled 4 i 1fl MARRIED4 VATIGHANHARDIEAt tho Catholic Rectory on Wednesday evening Mr David B Vaughan of Catlettsburg and Miss Julia Hardie were married by Rev Father Thos S Major of the Church of the Good Shepherd THE TOBACCO AND CORN t FAIR At the Business Moris Club on Thursday night the following reso lutions providing for a Tobacco and Corn Fair to be held in this i oity were adopted Resolved That this Tobacco and Corn Fair shall be held under the auspices of the Business Mens Club entirely in the interest of to bacco and corn growers with the view of improving and advancing the qualities of those products in this That special cash premiums shall be ollcrcd as follows- CIGARETTE LEAFn First premium for 50 second pre mium 25 third premium 10 fourth premium 5 BRIGHT LEAF First premium for 25 second pre mium 15 third premium 10 fourth premium 5 RED LEAF First premium for 25 second premium 15 third premium 10 fourth premium 250- LUGSL First premium for 20 second premium 10 third premium 5 fourth premium 250 WHITE CORN For the best 12 ears of white corn First premium 5 second premium 2 YELLOW CORN For the best 12 ers of yellow corn First premium 5 second premium 2 That Tuesday and Wednesday January 10 and 11 are tho two days which your committee has agreed upon for holding the fair As there will be too much tobacco and corn on exhibition for any one to handle in one day eight williAll of the tobacco and corn that is put on exhibition competing for- premiums shall be given to the Business Mens Club and shall be sold on the second or last day of the fair to the highest bidder and the proceeds of the same shall be turned into treasury of the club to be used for defraying the expenses of holding the fair No of tobacco or corn for these special premiums will be con sidered unless it five pounds of good tobacco for each exhibit and 2 ears of corn for each exhibitAll shall be kept in a record book in the exhibitors i name wi h a corresponding num ber tag placed on the exhibit and A given number of same to the ex hibitor as all premiums will be awarded by numbers and not names There shall be a salaried man at so much per day to receive and record and number all exhibitions whose duty it will be to arrange and guard all exhibits and also the building The Chairman or some ono of the special committee on Tobacco and Corn Fair shall be on duty at the building as Superintendent during tho two days of the fairIWANTEDBy turing Bouse person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest ment required experi- encef not to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512t k 7l t N t THE BEST WATCH FOR EACH PRICE IIt is needless to say that in a stock of Watches as large as ours you will find Watches at almost any price but the main feature of our selling methods is that at each price we offer you a Watch superior to the one that a similar price usually buysWe sell Elgin Waltham Hamilton the new Howard Watchs A 230 St Clair YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD BIRTHS ROGERS In this city to Mr James Rogers and wifeti this city to Mr Jus Graves and wifea daughter ROGERS In this city on Wednesday to Mr Earl Rogers and wife a daughterLouiso- POWERSAt Woodlako on Tues day November 14 to Rev O L Powers and wife a sonWilliam Leoniclas 4 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tno Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Co is closing up its business and has appointed the Capital Trust Co of Frankfort as agent to liquidate its affairs THE FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT AND TRUST CO By R K McCLURE Chairman Stockholders Meeting November 22 1905 12t4 ASSEMBLY BALL CLUB GETS ELKS HALL The Assembly Ball Club has secured the Elks Lodge Room for their dances during tho next ses sion of the Legislature which will convene on Monday December tllst NEW RECORD FOR SPEED OF The now U S S Battleship Vir ginia at her trial of speed for one mile made at Rockland Maine on Tuesday made the marvelous record of 1074 knots for an hour BUYS GOOD FARM Mr George M Brock Jr has purchased from Mr John C Noel the old Hillery M Bedford farm near the Forks of Elkhorn containing 235 acres The consideration is in the of 21000 It is a good farm with some of the best bottom land in the county We our young friend upon his purchase- I f N iJi NEW MAYOR Mr PaulO Barth was inaugu rated as the new Mayor of tho city of Louisville on Tuesday last Mr Wo Barth is a fine man personally have known him many years HAND MASHED Mr Thos Combs an employe of the Capital Construction Co had his hand badly mashed by I cement bucket falling on it on Thursday Dr C A Fish the companys sur geon attended to his injuries ARRESTED FOR HOUSEBREAKING One Robert Weathers colored was arrested by Officer H Davis Harrod on Thursday and lodged in jail charged with breaking into the house of one Caller Greer and carrying off a pair of shoos Weathers will probably board at Castle Lillard for a while IS ONLY ONE ROAD SUPERVISOR Under a recent decision of the Court of Appeals the various coun ties of the State are only entitled to appoint one Supervisor of Roads for the entire county under the road law Heretofore the counties many of them divided their area into road districts and appointed a Supervisor for each district A RARE TREATALA OF ELKHORN Rev O L Powers the brilliant young pastor of Providence Baptist Church at Woodlake will deliver an Illustrated lecture with stereon ticon views in Buck Run Baptist Eihornonber 20th His theme will bo U Lon don Tho Largest City in tho WorldMr Powers attended tho Baptist Congress in London this year and will tell in thrilling words of the things he saw and hoard there This theOldest Watch and Jewelry iHouse r in this section and each year of business has been a year of experi ence and a year of honest your now IMake the Holidays VY SELBERTReliable Jeweler BATTLESHIPS neighborhood INAUGURATED dealing StreetI- F so- nGRAVESIn congratulate FORKS selections RESIGNED HIS CHARGE We regret o xooodingly to lentil thnt Rev O L Powers the able and consecrated young pastor of the Providence Baptist Church at Woodlnke has resigned the charge of his c burin to take effect Janu ary 1905 Mr Powers has no cej ted a call to a church at High- Point N C about 100 miles from Asheville Wo know that his people at Wood lake give him up with great regret Ho is ono of tho ablest young preachers in tho Baptist denomina tion in Kentucky and has a bright himI to loso him and countyie EXECUTORS NOTICE As executor of the late John M Bro lns deceased I give notice to all persons knowing themselves to he indebted to the estate to come forward and settle promptly againsttheerly proven to me for settlement JOHN H SWITZER Exor John M Broylew Deod Swltzer Ky 10lm 9 00 CHICAGO AND RETURN ExpositionThe Monon Route will sell tick ets from Louisville to Chicago and return at DOO on December 10 1718 presentingber 16 return limit being Decem ber 24 Monon trains leave Union Station 10th and Broadway at 8u5 a m and 821 p m For others particulars communicate with E D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky 1HD10 FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Three quarters of a milo from city limits ee- MRS ANNIE TAAFFE fBtf SOUTHERN RAILWAY St Louis Louisville Lines TIME TABLEI Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No1 No 6 No 8 am pm pm 785AnLawrenceburg 965 080 985 1016 643 954 1030BurgiuGeorgetown li6o 740 No No 2 No6am pm am 710Ar780VersaillesLawrenceburg 648 540 820 910Louisville nndlLexingtonon trains Nos 5 and 0 Through Obser vation chair car between Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for the throughsleepingand Morristown Tenn arrivIngLexingtonBetween LouSeStNo No2 mArmIts m No8 No mArmLouisvilleNo No 22 mArEvansville 1025 pm 180 pm No Noa2 n3ArAr Louisville ll69aml 645 pAm betweenLouisville LouisvilleTrains and 22 Through firstclass aO between Evansville and Louis ville LouiscarryNight trains between Louisville andSt Louis CarswithapplytoH B Spencer S H Hardwlck GB j saD JOHNSON COM Wish to thank their many patrons who so generously patronized our ten days sale 1 I Dont Fail to Come and Come EarlY IGoodsWe have just received a New Lot of Delicious Soft BlanketsAbsolutely Freshnever been out of the papers they came in Just the ji for a Christmas Present We have nothing now but the Newes- trr the New to offer you DohVFail to Visit Our Store Many Times between Now and Christmas S4 D JOHNSON CO RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCH RevAtB Chinn rec torSunday November 20 a m Morning Prayer and Ser- lI a m Sabbathschool in the p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Teachers FridayIThe public attend s CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at980 a m in the obapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 645 in the chapel Leader Mis Mollie Stone Topic Gods Wonderful Works Prayermeting Wednesday even ing at 780 in the chaepl The Junior Society meets Tues lay afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m mtt BAPTIST OHURCHRov M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the Ichapel taughtby Unionip m Prayermeeting on Wednesday chapelVisitorsSeats free r FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JHUROHRov J McC Blaynoy D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 7110 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris- tIan Endeavor at 680 p in Prayermooting Wednesday even ing at 780 p m Vsitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH R e v WillipreachJunior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m WednesdayfEverybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 pm Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 pm Prayermooting Wednesday at r 780oclook Everybody invited to attend BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTERI AN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at this afternoonUNION THANKSGIVING SER VICE The Union Thanksgiving ii Service will bo hold at South ThursKAdams will preach the sermon The congregations of the Metho 1dlst Southern Presbyterian Chris tian and Baptist Churches will unite in services sFALSE ALARM TA light left burning in Mrs Salllo R Thomas millinery store caused an alarm to be turned in Thursday NodamageI IWritton for the Roundabou- tFRANKFORTITS ENVIRONMENT In the early history of the Cap itol City the Ellen N tracks from Louisville were laid between cliffs a deep out occurring just before the bridge was reached but the hand of men dug down one of the cliffs and made plain ground for the yards of coal salt etc of Mr E M Wiliams while the twin cliff is adorned by numerous dwell ings the top of B u tUrners Hill being considered the most desirable location or site for a residence of any portion of the West Side The muddy waters of Benson flow with placid regularity into the swift current of the Kentucky river Under the bridge one can see numerous boats with the occu pants fishing It is quite an ideal scone of some em brio Walton who may one day catch a fish if he does not write a bookon angling Walking on the bridge with the prospect of future miles before us we were fortunate enough to bo in vited to drive out to interview the street to the II Pen This boule vard has become quite the fad of the day and almost daily permission is gotten from Mr Lillard Warden to view the interior Of walls made grotesque by artifice gruesome by contrast and memor able from statistics for figures wont lie The number of inmates is almost if not quite as large as at any time in the history of the institution tho youth of the work men in the yards presenting to your correspondent a pathetic pio ture of the influence indescribably sad wherein tho innocent Buffered for the wrongdoing of the evil Verily the language of Holy Writ hath boon verified Under tho management of able commissioners this affair of State moves along in admirable quietness with remarkable results All kind of furniture is made brooms shoos harness etc and orders are reooived mal filled from every part of the coun tryAfter a visit through tho various departments culinary and other wise one wishes to retire before the thought of colls intrude It is a question of righteous import whether it is best to incarcerate a man for wrongdoing or to reinstate him for right And in tho ages to come perhaps there may bo no need for a lessor or a greater punishment of either guilt or reward Driving beyond the walls we pass by a dwelling of more than ordinary pretense a twostory red brick made famous by its story of early history portholes and tnlos of Indians Pie oldest inhabitant can not recall its erection and its mute testimony is made more than prophetic by a sense of mystery surrounding It Evidently a house of defense for the people whose home it was in the early scones oj Kentucky warfare and a desire to know something of its builder is one of the chief attractions sur rounding the many interesting relics which Mr Foley the gun smith has preserved for his own edification Not far from this in teresting house are the ruins of another business long decayed the old pottery- It It seems singular the indolent apathetic indifference that the average citizen manifests regarding these pursuits of home culture or trade when all about us almost within reach are possibilities of great wealth In the soil for minerals therapeutics clay for brick sand for glass rock for cement natural gas artesian sulphur wate- for invalids and many natural ad vantages of which the value is incalculable Just at this point an annex from the public school should be established so that every child under the age of seven and over the age of fourteen could have the benefit of educational advan tages Frankfort might well afford to spread herself in this direction and locating the high school in its propet place and the Normal Training Sohogljn the now State House Buildings tho public educa tion woud assume worldwide reputationThe along this way are not as artistic as the surroundings might suggest while the hills rising on the left hand are a dream of beauty Just along the edge out in the hillsides far up toward the sky line winds the shining tracks of the F C R R more locally known as tho Midland Crawling along the narrow ledge the outgoing passenger train appears as- a vision the smoke alone prevent ing the semblenoe of a dream and when it crosses the trestle over the wonderful Buffalo Trace where a century ago the shaggy bison made a path to water wearing this trace down to a chasm as it wore we hold our peace and looked aloftstill higher to tho heights above whore upon tho very crest of cliff is reared tho stately buildings dedicated to the education of tho colored youth tho Normal Train ing and Industrial School for Teachers Well selected was the site in that it has a vantage ground comparable with those castles along tho Rhino and no doubt the very essence of climatic credulity hathI power to controvert any and every influence for wrongdoing Down in the valley below is the racetrack devoted to the training and exercise of blooded horses ad lib ertum and further on istho Coun try Club House dedicated to thoI cultivation of tripping the light fantastic drinking the herb that emulatingthepitality commensurate with tho latch strings welcome Out door exorcises too are enjoyed anti the flavor of recreation has become as it wore a synonym fur healtn and beauty Thorn Hill Nursery is a bower of roses weroI filled with the flowers of The Park is large tommodiousI and well fitted for any function of local or State encampment The street ear line extends this far out and is very convenient for passenI gore who do not care to walk or drive whilo the service is fair and the gentlemen who manipulate tho machine are courteous and obliging One motorman in ular being especially kind to usjN S COX November 22 1005 Ton dons gnawing away at ones vitals couldnt be much worse than the torture of itching piles Yet thoros a cure Dorms Ointment never falls RABBITS GALORE A Mr John Roach has started a now industry hero He buys and ships rabbits to Louisville and Cin cinnati The pavement in front of his place was filled full of Bunnies on Wednesday NEW WINTER RESORT SEASON 19051006 The Beautiful Sapphire Country To the man whose imagination is withrof the United States will alway- seem the favorite child of omnip otence and its handmaidenNa- ture Practically every resource that ministers to the wealth and greatness of a people has been lavishly placed within its borders Though the Creator of this full bosomed magnificence dwells neither here nor there hut every where we like in all reverence to call these Southern States indeed Gods country One who knows the South realizes how after ma terial gifts had been so generously bestowed the designing power completed its work by dotting it liberally with those imperative auxiliaries of modern civilization resorts summer and winter In the case of the South these resorts have proven not only protectors of our peoples health they are add ing now and thoy will add substanj tlally in the future to our wealth Tho Florida resorts need no detailed eulogy at this date They have won already thousands of wealthy Northerners and Southern ers from the lure of the European spa or the call of the Riveria A more wonderful conquest and one which should interest the entire South is that of tho radiant Sap phire country that of Eden of the North Carolina mountains with which the word Toxaway has become inseparably identified Its beauties and its healthcompelling qualities have boon open to civilization for only a few years rela tively yet Toxaway means to a host of Southern and Northern peo ple today recreation and reoupora tion under conditions as Ideal as can bo arranged by the copartner ship of man and Nature Tho six hotels under the manage ment of the Toxaway Hotel Com pany with Mr J C Burrows at its head have boon instrumental in this rapid achievement Tho Sapphire country itself has done tho rest Tho hostolrios have been artfully located getting tho wide benefits which come front altitudes ranging from 2250 to 4780 feet The farreaching estate of lox away comprises 81000 acres in which are moro than seventyfive miles of brook and river fishing yielding tho gamest of game trout In the rugged recesses of tho estate there are door wild turkey and rutTed grousrt with hear here and thoro and occasionally quail The three lakes like shimmering sap phiros splashed down in the heart windingforest placoWith of tho winters season Toxaway Innthe greatest of all tho Toxaway resorts an nouncoB Itsolf ready for business for the approaching season after having completed the most sue oossful summer season known in IIFrombecomes not only a summer but a winter resort appealing to the South in the summer and to the direotllinewestern points to Florida and Manager Burrowes has made every arrangement to catch the business it goes to and comes from Flor ida And it is safe to say that those who stop to taro in the beauties of the Toxaway country will be amply compensated for in the matter of nothinglikotains Constitution Atlanta Ga Oct 005 93 GOES WRONG j Freest Boll formerly an oflloor ti tie State Guard was arrested at Louisville for stealing brasses from a P O caboose on Tuesday Bell vt serving as a brakeman on the rivroad 1I dtii 1Sti IN HANDSOME NEW QUAR TEESI havejundertaking establishment into their new and uptodate building completedsThese gentlemen are live wide awake and progressive businessmen and in their new and beauti fully enlarged quarters show a stook of goods in their line which can not be excelled in this section We congratulate them upon their evident business success BUYS NEW STAND Mr W J Scottow the Ann street wholesale and retail grocer has purchased the stock of goods of Mrs M B McKinney and will move in shortly Mr Soottow is n reliable merchant and wo are glad he did not close out finally as it was rumored ho would do I KILL I AND I WITH FOR THE CURE COUCH THE LUNGS Dr Kings I I New Discovery I CONSUMPTION Price SOc 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAC- KCELEBRATED ClaiiYouant AliT Palmist Of New York Fame CsIsrequest to prove her wonderfulIpowers She will give special read lugs 50 CENTS FOR NEXT SEVEN DAYS questionSheand for what you camo GIVE FULL NAME i Mme WatsonsIs a woman wonderfully gifted the most refined need not hesitate modiunishipisshe has gained n victory over all others in truthful prediction If J isuooessfullove and all things do not fail to see her no matter what your past experience with Clairvoyants tins been If after reading you are not saltsfied it will cost you absolutely nothing She tells you what you are best adapted for and how to win the man or woman you love how to control those you wish oven retqdomestic rlostNothingher and Sunday Ever tial You meet m Conveniently local S- tTAKE N Mme Watsons 60c will continue i only Call at on vinood of her wand Uft jlf i rf5 t j1iI it f yra Ii ft EDUCATIONAL State Normal Schools r J t II It is not the will of your Father v which Is in leaven that ono of those little ones should perish I oame that ye have life Urid have it more abundantlyJesus There is a glory greater than the glory of wealth and power and arms and conquest the glory off loving getting cherishing diif- us1ing and perpetuating knowledge whereby men may adorn their lot t in this life whatever that lot may be and whereby as fnr as knowledge can they may be led to know a butter life to compRobt J Breokinridge in The public free schools are the Colleges of the people they are the nurseries of freedom their es tablishment and efficiency are the paramount duty of a republic The education of the children is the t most legitimate object of taxation theln1fuit of our institutions alike callupon the Legislature to devise a system which will meet the wants of the rising generation State Supt R 11 Dillard in 1847 In order to preserve our civiliza tion its history and its traditions must we not make the schools of all the people efficient But the schools will be no better unless we their reformation with the llcentereducational problems Which must be solved thereforeI schools become efficient problem is perhaps the most vital He must he trained to teach and he must be paid for hIs services not starved and ostracised Henry Bernard in a speech before the Legislature of Connecticut in 1887 said- It is idle to expect good schools until we have good teachers and the people will rest satisfied with such teachers as they have until their attention is directed to the subject and until we can demon strate the necessity of employing better teachers and show they can bemnde better by proper training in olasses or Seminaries estab- lishedF for this specific purpose I There is but one educaItIODour schools This reform is fundaI- mental to every other in the cause of education For want of it all the endowments of the State and all the endowments of lJone olence in behalf of education however extensive will languish and fail for it is only at last through good teachers that good teaching can bH had and without good teaching no system of education can be effectual I Prof Edward S Joynes William and Mary College In an article in the Southern School Journal for November 1105 Judge W M Beokner of Winches ter said In the new education which we may fairly call American the chief bookste any were used by Socrates Plato Aristotle Comonius Pestalozzi Froebel or Parker Their pupils r were sheep whom the shepherds not only fed but tad into green pastures where they could feed themselves The old system of memorization is passing away with the rod by which it was stimu lated Under the new methods initiative and not imitation is the ensieriiresults were much like the music of the organ grinder The instru ment on which the modern teacher ftmust know how to play is the harp fofa thousand strings found in the Viinature of every child committed to care How can he successfully rLdnlngt11 School is that almost every edu in the State ntucky not only havo Professional for her teachers g part of it all is t even a few pre mt folk in the ve should not be ould take plenty the matter before g into this new fa new fad is r j amusing in the extreme Let us examine n little into story and see how new the proposi4on really is The first School was established in 1889 at Lexington Mass years ago Since that time every Stato in the Union has established such institutions except Kentucky and one other Kentucky was the second Stato ad mitted into the Union being ad mitted in 1702 118 years ago In 1857 Dr Robt J Breokinrldgo Supt of Public Instruction said The people of the Stnfco will prefer good teachers to indifferent ones and if the State prefers that those good teachers should be strangers and foreigners rather than her own sons she has only to refuse nil provisions for training at home and the result is secured II For 18 years the Kentucky Edu bntIin favor of the Professional Trans lug of Teachers but for want of funds with which to properly pre sent their claims before the General Assembly their efforts have died away with the adjournment of the mooting The Educational Im provement Commission came into existenoe last June and at once became a fighting organization by scouring money with which to lay the cause at the feet of the people for their coonsidoratiqn There is no doubt but that the Legislature will do tho will of the people if it knows it It then be theIbefore tho Legislature and asked for a State Normal School It was granted and today they enjoy the privilege of a first class well equipped State Normal School at Frankfort Graduates from this institution are granted State Life Diplomas without Examination Every Kentuckian ought to be proud of this institution but if I be not considered too sudden an innovation after these 48 years since the question was first agitated in Kentucky by State Supt Robert J Breokinridge might we not venture to ask that the white people which comprise about 86 per cent of the population of the State be granted as good schools in propor tion for the training of white teach ersThink over this matter carefully and if you believe the time is ripe tell your Representative and Senator where you stand They want to do your will If you think it too early then lets wait another Cen tury SAVED BY DYNAMITE Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting space that the fire coughhangsnothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writs My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so took Dr Kings OonsumptioniOoughs finallyI+ BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexingtdn Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris levers hour from 0 a m to 9 p 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 m Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 am to 11 p in except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8 50 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves 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 street E T Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 Y ALEXANDER t President Itf ftgS THANKS Mr Joe Tracoy of Pea Ridge has again placed us under obligations for n box of delicious persim mons Mr Tnioey had a big crop of this delightful fruit and they have been ripe for over a month They are as tnveet as sugar and hit tho right spot every time Mr Traooy will please accept our thanks for his courtesy OPERATED UPON FOR APPENDICITIS Miss Maria Tots Trabuo was operated upon in Louisville on Friday last for appendicitis We are glad to know that the operation was successful and Miss Trabue is improving right along This will he good news to her many friends in this city- ASSIST RUSSIA NJEWS Quite a neat little sum has been contributed in this city for there lief of the persecuted and oppressed Jews in Russian iii BUT FEW ARE FREE But few people are entirely free from indigestion at this season of the year Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only the best remedy to use because it digests 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 Gaylo CASTORIAFor Tfii Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- S1paturfl of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dlgeate what you eat U DO IT TODAYJ inJuNotionNeveryou can do today I is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug remedyforbe Dr Boschoes German Syrup which 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 New trial bottles 25c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr Cough Season Fan and Winter is the LungTroubles Dont let them start Every Cough and Cold means tearing down a threat against life Every neglected Cough makes the next one come easier Gales White Pine- Expectorant Cures Coughs by removing the cause It heals strengthens and soothes loosens the tough and cures thoroughly PRICE 25 CENTS Jig W i GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frspkfqrt 1ir f I similating AVcgetablcErcparationforAs the uta ling thStonuichs aodJBoweis of EromotesDigesHonCheetful ItessandBestContalnsneiUier Morpbine nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC oIOl1JrsunJZZPJIr A t11ll ftinnfted IIIQuO nSe fir J4 cct Remedy for Constipa WormsConvulsfonsFcverisli tion Sour ea I ness and LOSS OF SLEEP TacSinute Signature of NEW YORK I EXACT COPV OF VBABPEB JI the of i J w Eli AND EASTERN RAILWAY WINTER IMETABLE EFFEOiIVE OCT 1805 EASTBOUND WESTBOUNt No 2 No No1 INo1 Daily Dally Sand Ex Ex Sea PM AM PM Leave Leave Ars74I225 0 Lexington ap 1010 60lP 810 825 Winchester 023 6J P ass 013 Clay City 887 488 406 023 Stanton 828 480 485 964 Natural 401 U40 1008 62 Torrent SAT 611 1029 Beattyville Junction 720 889 fl10 1180 gjJackson 9 625 a8i Trains No Sand daily except Sunday other trains dally except Sunday Trains Nos 8 and mtJko close connection at O K Junction for points on the O K By Trains Nos and 8 connect at L EJunction with tho 0 O Rv1iy for dt Sterling Trains No8 and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with the LA Ry for Beattyvillo and local station J B BARB CHARLES BOOTT General OP A OHIO AND No No 22 No 83 No a Daily Daily Stations Dally Daily M Is Ex Sund Ex Ex Ex Mia A MLvoJPM Lye AMAr fPMAr o 980 285 Jackson 8 B 1120 0 025 280 O K Junction a 1126 849 168 Wilhurst 417 1162 880I 162 Hampton f 480 1168 r128 Leo City 510 1223 19 10I 1Holechnwa 618 1228 V 715 106 Cannel City 645 zrrN- os and will make close connection O k K Ju otlon nth Noat 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM L CONLEY Superintendent SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS The Henderson Free Reclining Chair on rrainy Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND nOME SEEKERS RATES JXK THE WEST ANA SOUTHWEST If you a trip or a change of location in the near fu ture Get the Henderson RouteN IIt comfortable lino and a comfortable train in traveling is always A good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment tho train service the free chair oars and the rates WHAT ORE DO YOU J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Att HENDEKSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY T ASTORIA For Infants and Children the Kind You Havet Always Bears e 1t e Kind j You Have Always Bough- tCASTORIA Orn LEXINGTON COMPANY SunIlls Dailj IABridgeaol Manager KENTUCKY RAILWAYJ 74 at Route Cars Betwee- nLouisville contemplate WANT Bought Signature Th Queen and if G rescentRoute Shortest Route ANn Quickest scfieflulft r r BETWEEN r GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA A T LANTAB- IRMINGHAI11 SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANSt H kTEXASWrite for Rates aid Printed Matte I C B UbARKE- 1r PAtiSI Malt StitefeljKiagM fGaitncigt 1 F ljfjj