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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v S Si 1 y + p e fTHE FRANKFORT RoUNDABouT CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTEQ TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY1 DEC 2J190b NO1I3s I The Best Very Made Boys Clothes j ST ST fJ A AND TIMELY ADDRESS We are glad to be able to publish the following papor which was read at a recent meeting of the Baptist Young Peoples Union of the First Baptist Church this city The paper is a timely call to a wise of tho matters dis cussed and is so forceful that it merits the careful of all young people anti we may well not limit it to that class alone but to young Christians At the special request the authors name is omitted DO THE EN GAGED IN BY THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF HAVE A MORAL We are often told to howaro of the ball room the card table the theatre and tho wino cup because of tho evil to ourselves as well as to others Many who agree that cards lead to gambling and wine to claim to see no harm in dancing or In handling these special ures we have many questions to face The young man or young woman of today is not satisfied with your simply saying that it is wrong You must show them tho evil and the question must be faced from every sldo Tho four just mentioned aro usually classed ns tho pleasures and it is with the moral tendency of these that I shall deal The evil of the hall room is not in dancing only but there are many other evils connected therewith Many young girls meet and dance with young men who would not allow those same young men to call upon them in their homos These dances arc almost always attended with wino and many aro tho young men and young girls carried hone under the influence of liquor fro quently Intoxicated Another glaring evil hero is the abuse of the health Many work ing girls will dance until three or four oclock in the morning then go homo snatch one or perhaps two hours sloqp sometimes not that much go to work and work hard all day This is sometimes kept up at tho rate of two or three evenings in each of the weeks during the dancing season i SrRONG talk but snap and style and fit in our Boys thats un ed the boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est sewed with silk thread seams tnpcd sewed 011 to stay everywhere clothes should be All at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional Line at 500 R K McCLURE SON 212214 CLAIR FRANKFORT KY TRUTHFUL consideration consideration especially PLEASURES FRANKFORT TENDENCY drunkenness theatergoing pleas popular completely entire a Theres Clothes equal allwool materials buttons strong boys strong prices Anyone will agree that this is wrong the evil there is plain to be seen But the question is often asked us Is there any harm in a little social dance in ones own homn among selected friends First I would say that the one asking the question must have some doubt or the question would not be asked Is not the very attitude of dancing demoralizi ing Is there anything ennobling in it I have observed that tho tendency is to grow somewhat careless about little familiarities Studying dancing from every point of vlew can we find anything bone ficial in tho amusement Is it beneficial to the health Is it oduI caitonal Does dancing build up character or does it break it downI Do you know of anyones being made better by having danced What of tho little social game of cards played among reasonably strong people with no other on lookors simply a little homo game of cards We have read of nume rous professional gamblers who learned to play their first game of cards In their own home or that of some lady friend Some of us know of just such eases I have thought over tho card question in almost every way to see if I could find one redeeming feature and have failed to find one In the first place in playing cards each fflllow trios to win and does all that ho can against tho other He would not help him in anyway Inwhloh way is his mind bent Is not this too much tho spirit of the world todnII Look out for self and let tho other follow got along the bust way ho can Paul tells us in I Cor 1024 Lot no man sock his own but each his neigh bors good Second Have you over boon around a card table whore anything of value was discussed Anything requiring much thought would take too much attention from the game on which the best thoughts of each aro centered The talk around tho card table is usually light and frivolous Too largo a part of our conversation to day is of small and frivolous talk Life is too short to spend it idly The theatre is the snare of many Christians who would not dance play cards or drink wine Its educational feature is the reason a CO COPYRIGHT 1905 offered for attending the play The evil education derived from the play is more frequently greater than the good received Does the play always bring out the purest thoughts of tho book it may be presenting The aim is to interest the public and the general public does not want purity This is proven attendIcountry today How many homes have been ruined how many lives blighted by the use of liquor There was a first glass at some time and then others followed We do not know how strong we are Sometimes we are very strong in several ways but there comes to us one temptation stronger than all golVinethat temptation and will pull us downIf should speak out just what I fool regarding these evils there are not words in the English lan guage sufficiently strong enough to express my hatred of them I know what they are and I had friends ensnared by themI Whose lives might have been bright lights in the world today but in stead some of thom are numbered among those who have reached about the lowest depths If wo think they have not injured us in any way let us ask if they ehilIdrenthing to His honor and glory Cnn we do any one of those to His glory Can wo kneel down and ask Gods blessing upon us as we go out to attend a dance card party or theatre Can you conscientiously ask His blessing at tho table upon which wine is placed These pleasures do nut bring ns closer to God but on tho contrary lead us further away No lover of these pleasures is more devoted to tho Lords oauso because of thorn If our lives arc lllled up with thoso wo can not do the work for God that we could do if we avoided them Some one leas said that God does not demand a beautiful vessel for His work but He does demand a clean one1 Our lives must be clean for the Mastors use In the book entitled 1I1ho Pot tors Wheel we are shown how God moulds our lives just as the potter moulds the clay Tho potter can not make a beautiful vessel from a piece of stubborn clay Tho clay must yield to his touch if he would mouldfit into the beautiful vessel he intended it to be Some times in moulding the clay he discovers hard places and though they may be ever so small he can not acquire the proper shape until tho hard spots are removed So it is with our lives God wants to use us but wo will not yield to His touch His work is hindered by the many contrary things coming into our lives These pleasures and other things that do not help His cause are the little hard places that have to be cleared out before He can use us for the work He has planned out for us DAYS OF DIZZINESS Come to Hundreds of Frankfort People There aro days of dizziness Spells of headache sidcache backache Sojne rheumatic pains = disordersI kidneys kidIneFrankfort Planing Mill residing at 426 St Clair St saysHIn almost constant misery during the day and restless and sleepless at night from the dull aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys expresses my condition for some years I also suffered a great deal from headaches and spells of dizzi ness and often when I arose I was almost blind for a time There was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which very frequently were annoying and distressing I medicineoutainingDowns Kidney Pills were so persistently recommended to me by a Gaylesdrug theyhelpedfeels bettor and stronger I can rest bettor at night and the trouble with the kidney secretions was much relieved As the result of Deans Kidney Pills my condition is so much improved that I feel like a new For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other DISTILLERIES RESUMEI Tho Old Crow Distillery Ho 106 the property of Messrs W A Gaines it Co made the first mash of the season on Wednesday last The big now brick warehouse is completed The Hermitage Distillery No4 also the property of the same cor poration will make the first mash on Friday the kith of Dceember The George Baker Distillery No 88 will make tho first mash of the season on Monday Tuisilistillery has boon enlarged to a 700 bushel house and a nix story warehouse has been completed this fall FOR CRACKED HANDS Rough skin and cracked hands arc not only cured by DeWItt Witch Hazel Salve but an occa sional application ill keep the skirl soft and smooth Best for Efxema Cuts Burns Boils etc oho genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo ailords immediate relief in nIl forms of Blind Bleeding Itch byJe FRANKFORT BOY HONORED Mr Alex T Lewis son of Mr J B Lewis oditur of this paper has been elected a delegate from the Tau Beta Pi Chapter of Kentucky State College to tho Convention of that society which mot at Ur bana Ills on yesterday This is a very high honor for so young a man as Mr Lewis His friends here rejoice in his success as a student and college society man SyrupFzthlfor taka a C c GRAND DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY COODS The Largest Stock of Holiday Novelties we ever shown is now ready for your inspection Our Line consists of presents for every onefor Ladies nnd Gen tlemen fur Children for Brother and Sister for Father and Mother We mention here just a few of our Specials Ladies and Gents Um brellas Nothing is more useful and ap pro priateforLady or Gentleman than a nice Umbrella We have Umbrellas specially made for Holiday selling from to 600 Each- Handkerchiefs I50c Never before have we shown such a beautiful assortment of irerisLadies beautifully embroidered Handkerchiefs warranted all Pure Linen a Special Value Only15c Each Ladies warranted all Linen Handkerchiefsexceptional val ues at 5c 10015c and 25c Each One lot of Childrens Handker chiefs only 3c each Gentlemens Handkerchiefs Special Values 5c lOo 15c and25c each Shaving Sets We have a complete assort ShavingSets50c to 500 Each Manicure SetsI approiatedbyboth useful and ornamental We have them made of Real Eb oily with Sterling Silver mount ings also the cheaper ones from t 50c to 500 Each 15c and 25c Novelties- We have n large variety of beautiful Fancy Novelties such as Ink Wells Pen Wipers Ani mals Thermometers etc at 15c and 25c Each Beautiful Dolls Every child loves Dolls with pleasethem bodyDelis2lc to 100 each DRESSED DOLLS 2f o upward Wo invite you to visit our store and inspect our Stock it will interest you cv KAGIN BRO a1 S jjlaIrStlatBridae OAIIIrOnABean the Sfpavtot The Yw u MONAS 49 1 Santa Claus Headquarters When you arw looking for something for Christmas Presents you will findour Store full of GOOD THINGS and all useful SILK AND WOOL DRESS GOODS BLANKETS AND COMFORTS TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS CHILDRENS OLOAICSILADIES CLOAKS MISSES CLOAICSI t HANDSOME FURS SILK WAISTS DRESS SKIRTS KIMOffAS SILKS AND MERCERIZED UNDERSKIRTS UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEFS BOYS AND GIRLS SWEATERS ETC We will offer Special Low Prices during the Holiday Season WATCH FOR THE BIG DOLL IN OUR WINDOW Our Store will Open Every Night in December till Christmas I HDryGoods Notions ReadytoJf 9 Garments I Mt PER3ONALMr for Cincinnati Mr Jag N Miles was in Lexington this week Mrs A D Martin visited in Chi oago this week Gen N B Hays returned Thurs day night from Paducah v Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington was in the city this week Col Geo G Fetter of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Mr Richard A VanDerveor of Tfngton was fore Monday Oupt 0 C Furr and wife visited relatives at Salvisa this week r Miss Sallie Thomason is visiting relatives at Greenville Tenn I Dr J W Hill left Saturday Jar a hunting trip in Ballard county Mrs Peck of Sharpsburg is the guest of her son on Third street Mr Wm Cromwell was in Win chester on legal business Monday Mrs Kate Bush Martin of Louis ville visited friends here this week Miss Anna Abbott has returned oiii a visit to relatives at Warsaw Mr H T Benedict of St Louis was in the city on Thursday Rev C R Hudson left Monday Anderson Ind to visit rela VBP Mrs W S Rossen and daughter sited friends in Louisville this ek Irs John P Hanley returned May night from a visit to Dallas is n Nr B Hays went to Owens Monday to take depositions in Geo DuBelle of Louis sattendedthe Court of Appeals ay J DL A SeIbert has returned a visit to her father in Cin innati Uol Ed E Abbett made a business trip to Anderson county on SaturdayMiss Dehoney is the guest of her aunt Mrs Susan Quinn in GeorgetownMr Farmer of Central Uni versity was at home for Thanksgiving Day Deputy U S Marshal N I Mo Daniel took a prisoner to London TuesdayMr McClure who has been n New York for several weeks has lormj home liss Nora Marshall and Miss 3ubyn Chinn spent Thanksgiving Day at home Miss Clarinet Nelson entertained at her home on Campbell street Friday night Mrs Lizzie Walcutt of Lakeland is visiting Mrs John W Gaines on Broadway Miss Mollie Bullock of Lexing ton was the guest of Mrs S C Bull this week Mrs W S Farmer visited her tx tier Mrs Lillard at Lawrence lug this week Mrs Edwina Marshall is visiting her Mrs W B Thomp spn in Versailles Prof JEH Fuqua has returned from the Educational Convention at Nashvillerenu Roy T F Taliaforro and wife visited friends in Shelliyville Thanksgiving Day Prof J H Fuqua left Thursday night for Murray to attend an Educational Convention Mrs A J Kendall and daughter Miss Cordelia visited relatives in Louisville this week fir I J 1i UAltWD Rev Dr J McC Blayney visited BlayneyinMr Gee H Watson of St Louis StagsCoheruRughterin Lexington Thursday- Mr R G Higdon and wife were ThursdaybyMiss Aubyn Chinn of State Col lege visited her mother Mrs Jan nie M Chinn on Sunday Miss Ada Jouott spent Thanks giving Day with her brother Mr John W Jouett at Eminence Dr Maurice S Davis and wife of Lexington were guests of his father Mr I Davis this week Mrs Win Crowe Sr of Rich mond was the guest of her son Rev Wm Crowe Jr this week Judge Ben V Smith of Pineville was in the city on Tuesday oh business in the Court of Appeals Rev A B Chinn who has been KingsDaughters Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W F Barret Mr DorrMahan and wife of Danville were guests of friends and relatives hero Thanksgiving Day Mrs W P Williams of Irvine who has been visiting her mother Mrs S C Bull has returned home Mr Cobin Kavanaugh of Little Rook Ark visited his mother Mrs H H Kavanaugh this week Miss Yeager of Middletown was the guest of Dr G W Norman and wife in Farmers Flat this week Mrs Geo M Adams of Winches ter was the guest of Miss Virginia Morris Fourth Avenue this week Mr Frank H Duvall and wife have moved from Worthville to their farm on the river below Lees John Morgan and wife of Lexington were guests of her brother Judge W C Herndon this weekMr Douglas Glessner of Griffin Ga was the guest of Col Geo B Harper his oldtime friend this E H Taylor of Central University spent the holidays with his parents Mr J Swigert Taylor and wife Mr Nat Miller son of Mr Geo W Miller of this city now a resi dent of Louisville was in the city on Sunday Gen D W Lindsoy and wife were called to Louisville Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs Lind seya uncle Mr Edson Bradley9and wife of New York City who have boon hero for several days left for home SaturdayMrs Auld and daughter Miss Nellie of Cincinnati were guests of Rev Father Thos S Major this week Mr E D Romper and wife and Miss Ella Kemper were guests of Dr L T Minish and wife lodd street this week Miss Carrie Brook went to Lexington Thursday to attend the foot ball game between K U and Wesleyan University Mrs Ohm C Newton has re turned from n visit to her daughter Miss Eliza Newton at Caldwell Institute Danville Mr Ed E Abbett Jr of Central University Danville spout the holidays with his parents Col Ed E Abbott and wife Mrs John C Bridges Dr find Mrs E C Roomelo and son Thanksgiving Day with Mr John W Jouott at Eminence Miss Heldn ORenr of Science Hill Academy Shelbyville spent the holidays with her parents Judge E C ORear and wife W I1Ir Isaac Locke Mr Robert Hat and Mr Julian Chinn all students at State College Lexington spent the Thanksgiving holidays at homo- S Prof Chas Louis Loos Miss Wilhelmine Loos and Mrs Campbell of Lexington were guests of Mrs George Darsio Thanksgiving Day- Mrs J D Sallee of Lexington wife of Superintendent J D Sal lee of Versailles Traction Co spent Sunday with her husband Rev U V W Darlington of Parkersburg W Va was called here the illness and death of his mother Mrs Kittie Darling ton has returned home Mrs Fattie Rodman Wright of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mrs Wright is the wife of Maj W K Wright U S A now stationed at Louisville as recruiting officer Mr John P Hanley Mr J D McNamarat Mr John C Sower Mr Frank Heeney Mr James Heeney and quite a number of other members of the Order went to Lexing ton Sunday to attend the initiation of a class iu the Knights of Colum bus ANOTHER DOCTOR COMING iDr Nortbcrup of Valley View has rented the offices over the drug store of Mfr McKee Hardie and will locate here for the practice of his profession LARGER ENGINE IA new and larger lne has been placed at the power house of the Frankfort k Versailles Traction Co by Mr J D Sallee the new manager GERMAN BENEVOLENT SO CIETYS HOP The German Benevolent Society gave their annual Thanksgiving Hop in the Society Hall of Odd FellowsTemple on Thursday night About 75 couples enjoyed the pleas ures of the dance REVENUECOLLECTIONSDeputy erts has collected internal revenue taxes for the month of November as follows 3827 barrels 145095010 tax gallons 16050540 This is the largest amount ever collected in a single month at this office ELKS LODQE OF SORROW Tomorrow afternoon Trankfort Lodge No 580 B P O Elks will hold its annual Lodge of Sorrow at tho Opera House at 8 oclock in the afternoon Hon W Preston Kimball County Attorney of Fayette county will make the memorial address Mr Kimball is an eloquent and effective speaker Doubtless there will be a large crowd present to hear the speech NEW BARBER SHOP Mr Edward S Roberts who has boon for so many years with Mr W G Mandevillo and one of the cleverest follows in town has opened one of the neatest and most attractive barber shops in the room in the immediate rear of the Cap ital Trust and Safety Vault Co No 145 St Olair street Mr Roberts is a firstclass bar ber and has Mr E Lambert asso ciated with him They invite all their old customers to give them their trade Hiviulkerckieff 5cUSPECIALS Oc115c t New Coats JacketsyY Saturday we will havea New Lot of Coats Rain Cot IIand Jackets Rain Coats 1250 for 1050Ij Rain Coats 1300 for 1250ir Coats 1200 for lOQO J Coats 1500 for X1250 1fl Dress Goods75c 55c and 60c 40C 4Novelty II d TABLE LINFNSwBJSee our Linens if you do you are sure to buy We have them at all prices v rI i F T HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE i j There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is I priceyWeout of Selected Material which we sell under a guarantee that means something If you do not know our work get the habit now 4 o Give us a trial order and we will build you whatyou want v Write or phone us and our repre sentative will call to sec you J Seller Carriage GoJ if j VERSIMrES KY H K iXPresidentNOSE BROKEN Little Miss Prisoilla Williams daughter of Judgo B G Williams was swingipg upon a homemade Flying Dutchman at the family residence on Mnrrny street Satur day when the board from which the swings wore suspended Upped off the pin upon which it revolved throwing her to the ground tho board falling upon and striking her in the face breaking her nose and cutting her forehead The little lady received prompt medical at tention the fracture was reduced and it is hoped she will not he dis figured by tne accident Dont drug the stomach to euro a cough One Minute Cough Cure outs the mucus draws tho inflam mation out of tho throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by J W Gayle v 8Ss Early Risers The famous little pile i tL j rif 1 1 for GOOD WORK OF onLDR iilrtschool1rtlon for the benefit of tho Kings Daughters Hospital and the Sa1va tion Army on Wednesday Besides a neat little sum in cash a largo amount of provisons and delicacies of different kinds were contributed We are gratified in being able to chronicle this pleasant event Dr Weaver Treatment SrnpporiflMOM blood Cerate heal ikinerapUsha KILLTHI COUGHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings k- New Discovery Price t FOR CONSUMPTION 50c 8 100YFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROATand LUNG BACK TROUB y jl r There is a deal of helpfulness in this store more than in any other because helpfulness is our chiefaim C Here is Something Our prices are invariable just a little lower and our goods are persistently better than is tho wont of t to give otberjYou should considerstores in your Xmas shopping These little savings on every purchaseamount up in a years shopping to fifty and hundred dollars more r Its those benefits that bring people to this store from all around within a radius of twentyfive miles HELPFULNESS While people are buying their fall needs and fall wardrobes this fact is more useful than at any other time I 1 Cloaks and Tailored Suits J Make desirable Christmas Presents Nice Halt 1000 A Fine Snit 1500 to 2500 A Good Cloak G00 to 1000 A Handsome Cloak 15 to 20 SkirtsI Skirts nt 800 i All Wool Skirts Special 500 IVV E3 EArnIFuEL I 1 r RELIGIONS = = ASCENSION EPISCOPALt CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rector being sick Rev R C Cas- well of Lexington will conduct the services Sr December 8 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 980 a m Sabbathschool in the chapel i 7HO p m Evening Prayer and Sermon WednesdayiFriday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will atUn m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meats at Or46 in the ohapel LeaderMiss Henrietta Bales Our One Excuse Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the ohapel The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited 1CATHOLIO CHURCH Rev S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m Muat lla m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapelta m taught by tho pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at 645 Prayermeeting on We night at 780 oclock in the tnesdnYI Visitors cordially invited Seats free- FIRSTitr PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoC Blaynoy t D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Ohris tian Endeavor at 680 pm- tPrayar meeting Wednesday ovop ing at 780 p m iVIBltors cordially welcomed- J METHODIST CHURCH Rev F J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 am and 780 p m mjSenior League at 7 p m 4it Prayermeeting on Wednesday y evening at 780 p m IEverybody invited to attend i1 SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 f l p m Sundayschool at 980 a m i Young Peoples Society at 680 Wednesday at tnIoclock invited to attend FursWe have made speoial preparation for your Christmas needs hero ConeylScarfs 160 to 350 Fox Bans 500 to 1500 Squirrel Boarfa 500 to 1200 Muffs to Match Childrens Fur Sets Nothing so delights a childs heart ns a pretty White or Grey Muff and Collar We have a beautiful assort ment150 to 1000 a sot THANKSGIVING DAY VICES SERI The services at the First Presbyterian Church were conducted by Mr Edwin Kagin A delightful service of song was rendered by the choir It was well attended Rev L W Burton D D Bishop of Lexington conducted the ser vices at Ascension Episcopal Church Dr Burton delivered an eloquent and appropriate sermon He alluded in tender terms to the fact that the Rector Rev A B Chinn was too ill to be present A good audience was present Rev Father T S Major con ducted the service at the Church of the Good Shepherd There was a fine attendance and the able preacher sustained his wellmerited reputationThe Service participated in by the congregations of the Christian Methodist and Southern Presbyterian Churches was held at the Southern Presbyterian Church Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Church preached an able and instructive sermon in which he showed in glowing words how Gods guiding and overruling hand was at the helm of all the mighty events that had transpired during the year just past beginning with tho Russo Japanese War tho uprising of the Russian people against tyranny the overthrow of the English min istry that was trying to pass the infamous education laws mid wind lug up with the defeat of the bosses in corrupt politics in the United States Ho showed that in nIl these things God was at the holm and all things would minister to the good of His people and tho tri umph oft righteousness in its last battleIt a strong and able sermon and was listened to with close attention and met the approval of the large congregation which filled the church All in all Frankfort observed the day in fine shape LAST AUCTION Of Oriental Rugs Saturday night 730 P M A S MUSSELLAM genuineLaxativethe remedy that euros n cold IB OHO day OASIJI w RrAIBelUlI the Signature of A Dress PatternWool Silk is always acceptable for your Christ mas Present We have some Special Patterns for this purpose For next week some extra Specials in Dress Goods at reduced prices BIDDERS ON STATE REPORTS following firms bid on the and binding of the State IThe Bowman Parkersburg W Geo G Fetter Co Louisville Globe Printing Co Louisville Transylvania Printing Co Lex ington Jas E Hughes Lexington Geo A Lewis Frankfort HUGE TASK It was a huge task to undertake the cure of suoh a bad case of kid ney disease as that of C F Col lier of Cherokee la but Electric Bitters did it He writesUMy kidneys were so far I could nut sit on a chair without a cush ion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recom mend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by all druggists price 50- cCHILDREN BURNEDI While playing in a rpom at their home on Thursday morning alit tle child of Mr Chas Howard living on Taylor Avenue had her clothing ignited by the grate fire and was seriously if not fatally burnedA 8yearold sister attempted to put out the blaze and was also seriously burned Drs Montgomery and Garrett rendered necessary surgical atten tionIt is feared the youngest child is fatally burned Mr Howard recently Clime here pOPlarlCNARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNI UIMr FredSuttorlin of the Frank fort Ice Factory and his two sons while en route to Drennon Springs on Wednesday night came very near being drowned by reason of the washing away of a surrey in which they were ridincr while cross lug a creek in Henry county The swift current wanned tho vehicle and occupants down stream quite a distance By great exertions MrI Sutterlln and boys succeeded in swimming out The next morning they recovered the horse the surrey and contents FOR SALE II have a splendid Jersey Bull 9 months old registered for sale Also a No Durham Milch Cow very flue milker Ap ply to G H MASTIN KyOct Il QLDTAYLOR iv J TIlE PREMIER WIRt cJt E N T U C K Y W HIS KEYJ I TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky ISSS00 h f 4 lr 9r 1v f r I Handkerchiefs Specialtywith Mens or Womans Initial Hand kerchief 5o Fine Linen 25c Lace Handkerchiefs Neckwear Stocks Lace Collars Rufffl Chiffons Scarfs nil make good Christmas Presents LETTER LIST rItisedDecember 21005 A met Miss Sarah 2 Baker Heliry Boyd Mrs Luoinda Carter 0 N- Cavanaugh W H d Co Conway Mrs Mattie Cox Bert- Crutoher Lelia Dunoan Frank Eler Mrs E A Evans R Fitzputriok T Y 8 f Flood Miss Mary Gaines J J GeorgeGray GreggHarris Hawkins Colon Hayden Miss Ida Hembriok Miss Berime Humphreys Wheeler Her J W Jason Rosey CollegeKimmey Lane Miss Lizzie Lightfoot Sam Lockheart Mrs W H LOUR Mrs J H Macinn M Mitchell Louise MaryMorris Milloy John Palmer Mrs Julia Parris B P Bedmon Miss Ida Richardson Johnnie Sanders Walter Shelton Rebecca Smith G G Turner Miss Francis Vandeventor Elbert G SpecialWatson White Mrs N Porsontcalling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRAKE P M e r- DID NOT NEED SHERIFF IA Ifiyoarold boy by the name of France Stepp who was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 121 years in tho Penitentiary by the Harlan Circuit Court came here on Tuesday accompanied by a Deputy Sheriff by the namo of Ward Ward commenced to fill up oul booze as soon as ho left Harlan and by the time ho reached this city was so drunk that it took men to take him off of the throoII Young Stepp Inquired the the prison and told his story Officer Harrod took him to the Gov ernor who sent him to the prison Ward was lodged in tho workhouse A BAD SCARE Somo day you will gat a bad scare when you feel a pain in your nppendiJitlsSnietLife Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed ab all druggists only 25c Try thorn WASHOUT ON F S C RAILWAY Tho heavy rains of Tuesday night caused the washing out of a trestle on the F C 6 Railway near Now town Tho passenger trains from this city had to transfer at that place to a train ou the east side of tho washout Tho damage was repaired and trains are now running on time The new iron bridge over Le Comptes Run near Stamping Ground was washed down sumo three or four hundred foot below on tho crook Ii iJxt ChristmasN Novelties Fine Shaving Novelties Inkstands Cnrd Cases Postal Card Albums Toy Animals Traveling Sots Medalions other inexpensive Manicure Whisk SetI LOOKS LIKE HIS FA THERt Mr Arch Dunlap the young newspaper man who succeeded our r friend Mr J L Newman as corre i spondent of the CourierJournal and Times in this city is a son of Mr Wm G Dunlap of Danville but who lived in this city so lung Mr Arch Dunlap is almost the image of what his father was when he was a young man We welcome him to our city on his fathers ac count as well as his own L NO SECRET ABOUT IT It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Bucklens Arnica Salve U It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at all druggists II nfl IT TDAY lt- oiJ And to think that ten months ago I looked likt this I owe it to German Syrup JThe timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what cau do day is now generally presented in this form Do it today That advice we want to give ou about terseJhacking cough or demoralizing cold which you have been struggling for eral days perhaps weeks JTake some reliable remedy for it TODAYand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it with undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for n few days will cure you completely JNo matter howl deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs fi German syrup will surel effect a cure 7 as it has done before in thousands of ape parently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 250 regular size 75C At all druggists a For sale by J W Gayle H1F1HfflenmeyerSouBLUE e Lexington Ky Offer for the Fall of 1005 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental AspnrngusSmall f etc idirectSept 28 8m i Illinois Central INofLpRNo7l22Leasesm For Fulton Paducah and IntermediatepointH Connection to and noSunday t iiNolLForoaSundays lRun Dally t 1 wtiy ii c l e FranKrD tHDunaanout Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Ken ns secondclass mailable matter Lttuck 3EO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 2 1905 L AMENDMENT LOST The proposition to amend the Stato Constitution so ns to return to the old and obsolete way of voting viva Voce was badly beaten by the peo PIe The vote in the 94 oounties from which returns were received up to the date nt which the State Elfiction Board was compelled to make the count Tuesday last showed that there were 55578 votes In favor of the proposition as iseYjority against the amendment in the remaining 20 counties would be about 20000 more M This measure was conceived in sin and born in iniquity It was admittedly a measure in the inter est of political trickery and ma 3chine rule- Kentucky is to be congratulated upon her refusal to adopt it HEAVY WIND AND RAIN c On Tuesday morning it began to Tain and rained gentl most of the day That night about 730 oclock it began to come down in earnest r and poured down all night in tor rents Benson Creek rose some seven or i eight feet and ran out like a mill rapkAbout 5 oclock on Wednesday morning the rain ceased A high wind which almost oeoanio a hurricane at times ac companied the rain Much damage was done to telephone and telegraph wires and to trolley wires of r linerORDERED TO LOUISVILLE Ij Mr Jas L Newman the capable t and efficient correspondent of the CourierJournal and Times in this city has been transferred to Louis 7 ville to fill a more prominent and important position CWe congratulate our young friend his success above picture of the lorE and fish is the trade of Scotts Emulsion r is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe the cod fish became extinct 1If be a worldwide calam because the oil that co- mesI from its liver surpasses all other tats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so thateveryone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength iSend for free sample SCOTT k BOTVNB CHEMISTS 40DA1S PKABZ 8TBEKT NEW TOKE and fl00 All druggists I jL i Eyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more neces to health than sleep and rest If these are deniedou- if ou rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If your heart is weak or s an inherited tendency in that direction weakened nerves will soon 50 affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves so that may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at a drug store in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medi cines and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the mar velous in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind SPLENDID OPENING New Building Pnoked With New Goods Large Crowd Present Messrs R Rogers Sons had their opening in their splendid new building on Tuesday last Tho building is an idenl one for exhibit ing furniture carpets etc It was designed and constructed specially for their business and completely fills the bill The house is packed full of latest and most elegant designs InI furniture and just to look at it is a delight The sets of furniture run from the neatest and plainest sets up to the most expensive and hand somest makes Their undertaking department is one of the most complete and taste ful anywhere to be found We doubt if there is one in this whole section that will compare with it Everything that convenience and taste would require is just at hand These young men are of the right sort and are enjoying a splendid business and by wise planning and integrity are reaching out for still better and larger things There was a flue crowd out on their opening day who were gratified and surprised by the elegance and taste of the goods displayed- We congratulate this firm upon their successful career- 11roCLURES OPENING Messrs R K McClure Son tied their Christmas Opening on Wednesday November 29 Their big stores are crowded with roods and a specially attractive display was the Christmas China Phis is somewhat of a new departure All the latest styles of gents furnishing goods hats caps shoes ttc are on display The beauty about goods bought rom McClure is that you can rely jn everything being just as represented FORGOT BELLEPOINT WAS IN CITY A young man from the country vas in the city Saturday and ao lumulotod more than his share of tanglefoot When ho reached the West Side he thought ho was tut of time citys jurisdiction and lonoluded to do a little target prac Moo with his gun notwithstanding 10 had the wabbles Telephones angled and the police soon had the young man in limbo 3OUNCIL ADJOURNS WITH OUT DAY The old City Council met for the last time on Monday night A lot of routine matter was at tended to The ordinance to permit the Frankfort Telephone Co to raise its rental rates was finally defeated The Council then adjourned without day H jI Iito il gilt SLUGGED AND ROBBED a On Sunday evening about 780 oclock Mr J T Polsgrove an aged man living in South Frankfort was returning from the livery stable of Mr O B Polsgrovo on the West Side and was at the Devils Hollow Bridge on the Boulevard when lie was ap proached bye heavy sot negro man who asked him for money Upon being refused time scoundrel hit tho old gentleman in the head with a brick inflicting a considerable gash over the eye and knocking him in sensible The thief then through tho old gentlemans olothesI and took what money he hud and decampedLater persons passing that way found the old man and took him to his home whore surgical attention was rendered Mr Polsgrovo had hired a buggy and gone out to the country with his wife and was returning home from having taken the buggy back when he was assaulted- CHAPERONES AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM During the New York run of Tho Chaperones which will be the attraction at the Capital Theatre in time near future George W Led eror the producer of the piece evolved a clover advertising scheme that created a vast amount of amusement He engaged an elderly chaporone of most respectable ap pearance fQr every one of the female members of the company It was the duty of those chaperones to accompany the young girls to and from time theatre much to the dis gust of the stagedoor Johnnies and the New York Theatre where the company was then playing was more like a young ladies seminary than a theatre GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST Nothing will euro indigestion that doesnt digest the food itself and give the stomach rest You cant expect that a weak stomach will regain its strength and get well when it is compelled to do the full work that a sound stomach should do You wouldnt expect a sick horse to got well when it is com pelled to do n full days work every dRY of the week Kojol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect digestant and digests the food regardless of the condition of your stomach Re lieves Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold by J W Gayle SALES OF REAL ESTATE Mrs Ida Terry Blakemore and her husband Mr Geo H Blake more sold to Mr Lister Terry brother of Mrs Blakemore a onethird interest in 76 acres of land near Bridgeport for 750 Mr W K Riner has purchased i2 acres of land on the Louisville- pike close to Bridgeport from Mrs Belle Bluer for 750 Mrs Maria L Helm has pur chased from Mrs Addie F Cannon 26 acres of land near the Forks of Elkhorn for 1800 Women love a clear healthy complexion Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood WON A PREMIUM Mr Eugene E Hoge who is one of the chief promoters of the coning big poultry show and ono of cur most successful raisers won a premium on a coop of White Leg born chickens at the Warsaw Ky poultry show this week D RiserstLlttlethe famous little pills CLIMATIC lTRESITho influence of litions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by roper attention to food digestion md a regular use of German Syrup roe expectoration in the mornings made certain by Gorman Syrup to is a good nights rest and the ibsenco of that weakening cough md debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger md dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and rogu arly Should you bo able to go to a clime will find that uf the thousands of consumptives here the few who are benefited md regain strength are those that ise Gorman Syrup Trial hottlo 25c regular size 75c At all drug bets yr OASTOaXABears the The Pleasant to take 1 Laxativew it f J r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION flAsk Your Doctor Ii t And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts Are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a fnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesyLYONS 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 asirSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseonsness Bloated Feeling etc f Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried f ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE ii Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers fScytheThresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Jt Monkey Wrenches qtr Pipe Sittings and Wrenches N i FRANK ISTAGGI y f r tiHardware Paints Oils Etc Tji 5J Wr Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality 11 The Leading GroceraThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand trade 4 r Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placer JOHN DRISCOLLw216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Phones OfllcoNov29OIclGO Rpsldcnco Now Old Dr L TMINISHPh- ysician and Surgeon Office Hours 2pmto5pm7IOfficeNo Main Street over Barretts ResidenceNo Todd Street Frankfort Ky 83m FOR SALET- HOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and np Single Comb White Leghorn Hone 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred 1lymoth Hook Cookerels 300 and up AddrcflflEUGENE E HOGE 72m Frankfort Ky- I I l tSouthBrnShortest anti Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville TO St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a in Lou isville D00 a m Arrive St Louis 612 p m lVjOafeObBervntiona a changeLeaveisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 782 a m Currying Free Reclining OhairICars and Pullman Sleeper through without change =Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at PIIIor Louisville Kyt234 Fourth Ave Dont Fail to Attend Frankforts Great J- PQULTRY SHO rj- c 5 The State Fanciers and Breeders Association of Kentucky Frankfort Ky will hold their First Annual ExhibitionIJ O ceIllber 19 2Q 21 22 195 f Entries Positively Close December 15th f Exhibit your Poultry and Pigeons with them Write John H Onssell Secretary Frankfort Ky for Handsome CatalogueJI fjI Weil and his great Band at Capital Theatre Tuesday Dec 5 GREAT MUSICAL EVENT jlWells Band Comes to Capital Theatre Next Tuesday d December 5 r When Director Weil determined to enlarge his official band of the i Worlds Fair and go before the en tire country with a full grand con jerfc organization ho had an object in view and a most worthy one That object was in part to restore a standard of baud concert that the 4 musical public would look upon with favor and respect It must be admitted that the average band concert has lost favor in marked degree in public estimation and truly the average band concert deserved no better fate It had littlestandard which the public hears on every hand without cost True there are one or two notable organ- izationsy In the country that have maintained high a standard of concert but they are exceptions The Average organization has not and does not In the dramatic field it is the ex optional company that rises above mediocrity or something else The same is true of the operatic field Director Well determined to estab lish an organization in the Hold of concert bands that would command the attention and respect of the muuioal world land the public at qualIttythem unrivalled standing in the concert field Ho secured a body of musicians amply qualified to go before any professional audience in- any city of this country or Europe As a mutter of fact many of his in strumentalists have occupied load ing chairs in the first orchestras and bands of America and Europe Then Director Weil prepared a series of programmes that would i put the band upon its mottle and z force it into its very best efforts A M1All this ho has carefully acoom plished until today Weils band stands before the country almost 11 S without a rival The public the critics and the managers have all given unctous testimony to this fact The famous organization co pleto will be heard hero on nea Tuesday December 5 THE MAID AND THE MUMMY When he wrote The Maid and the Mummy Richard Carle tried to get away from the beaten track He used some of the best points of musical comedy used comic opera ideas and oven borrowed from burlesque and extravaganza The result is the freshest quickest most pleasing musical entertain ment since Florodora The story is good tho characters droll the jokes really funny the puns amusing and the music haunting and catchy Some wonderful elec trical and mechanical effects are produced and the chorus is the bestlooking bestdrilled and best singing organization now on the road The Maid and tho Mummy will play for ono night only at the Caplal Theatre THE ISLE OP SPICE It is too early to say whether the musical comedy is destined to supersede tho English comic opera as written by Gilbert and Sullivan the ono taking the book and tho other the music but It must be confessed that at tho present writing the musical comedy is away ahead in the race It in extravagance of aboundsI tuneful it opens wide the excessive buffoonery and for tho display of variety business of the higher class is it largely capable A pretty faco a charming figure- a wellfitting costume and a pleas lug stage manner complete tto heroines Tho comedians may bt depended upon to look after thorn solves A melodious chorus at raotivo torpsiohoroan artists graceful and nimble in limb and movement and habited in gauzy anOhor1ite ri iiI t If Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure at the lab Ilnpared ofEODtWIU UBA DtanttB What Yen Eat Makaa tha Breath Sweat Am a React For sale by J W Gayle DECEMBER SUGGESTION In the December issue of the Now Psychology Magazine for thinkers Suggestion Chicago there is a valuable chapter on tho Pscyholog of Habit and Character taken from- a work by ProfJamesf of Harvard This magazine deals with the practical problems relating to health happiness and success and the editor endeavors to show the im portance of tho mental or psychic forces in the affairs of life Other subjects discussed are drugless methods of healing nature cure psychic research every day psy ohology tho formation of correct habits practical hygiene and in general the practical every day applications of the principles of the New Psychology for health and happiness DYING OF FAMINE Is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of con sumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friendsIt When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medi cines and a oocl doctor in vain I at last took Dr King New Discov ery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drugstores price 60o and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free- WILL ASK MONUMENT FOR CONFEDERATE DEAD AT VICKSBURG Gen S D Leo one of the Na tional Commissioners al the Vibks burg Cemetery was in the city this week in consultation with the GOY ernor with reference to asking the Legislature to make an appropria tion for a monument in the Na tional Cemetery at VIcksburg Miss to the Kentucky Confederate aud Federal dead Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Uuro 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 MnlE sbrcathin easy cuts out phlogravand dlasjout the by J W Gaylo y ANNUAL SUPPER IThe Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church will have their Annual Suppor in the Old Chapel on Tuesday night next December 5th They will also have Aprons etc for stile Dont for Jot it Those ladies are noted for the abundant suppers they furnish for tn te customers Regular full suppors ito ices and cakes alone 25c Ecxema scald head hives itchi ness of the skin of any sort instantly relieved permanently cured loans Ointivnit A any drug store J kAioWJ 41 t J Dyspepsia Cure Vial or cent ilia DAMAGED CHURCH The heavy rain of Tuesday night caused Main Benson Creek to rise to such an extent as to overflow into the village of Graefensberg and run two feet deep into the Bap tist Church ruining the carpet and badly damaging the organ a1 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bji condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComt te Gayle DrR P Buckmaster steopathic Physician Office at Mrs Vm 0DonneHs 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 48tf frankfort Gincinnati BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 t1AM DAILY EXCKF1 No84No82 SUNDAY No81NoT 2 6 Lv D Frankfort Ar 20 2 00 6 28 Summit 712 21169 Elkhorn 06 1111a210 42 Switzer 68 2 0 62 Ground 10 58 6 48 alt2 6 69 uvnU 6 Johnson 10lU 6 i J Georgetown I 1035629 2 7 15 C S Depot 6 Now town 8 6 8 33 Centervllle 8 5 8 7 37 Elizabeth 8 42 5 55 Paris Tunctn 8 5 8 at0 Art Paris f Lv 8 80 5 Connects aj Georgetown Union Depot with Q Central Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N ETWfcEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI t VIA GEORGETOWN P MIA MIAMIPM 7 far Georgetown Arl 80 6 6 Ito Cincinnati Lv 8 80i 4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M P M 20 00 Lv Frankfort 7 2 Lv Georgetown Arl 6 58 Lv Paris Arl 5 83 80 6 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 200P 20A L Frankfort 25A 720P 47P 7 12A A Georgetown Aill 04A 625P 8 26P WA A Parts 6 IIP 42A A Winchester 52PI 8 15P A Maysville 45A a 8 24A A Cyuthinim Llli 502P 2CP 64P A Richmond IDA IMP A Cincinnati 65P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Prea and Gent Supt G PA- r jy ili- EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD SCOTT GO- ONBUILDBRS 1 AND GENBBL CONTRACTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned t 93mfbA A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOKS Big Book House FailedtiStock 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 eta List includes The Christian Call of the Wild Brewsters Millions Graustark The Castaway David Harum etc Encyclopedia Britnnnioa 10avols half leather regular 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens complete works 15 vols regular 1500 our price 205 Xmas Special Worlds Best t Poets Shakespeare Longfellow and 48 others De Luxe edition f Full Leather padded pure gold edges regular 150 our price 70 cents each Every book guaranteed to he new perfect and satisfactory or your mdS1 back without question or quibbling Practically any book or set of books you want at a fraction of the retail price while they last Get our free bargain list before order ingimas books Write for it today THE DAVID CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL t 98t Lowest Special- Homeseekers Rates9 EVER MADE TO at KLAHOMA mx INDIAN RRITORYt TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST ti llllNBllRON ST LUlllo RY THE HENDERSON ROUTE In connection with nil other routes rJDecemberdaysin fJ I OWN A fIO IEJfWhere land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHERjassen er J if ti kJ SF 7 t Now is the time for building f3ARNg tIWe carry a complete stock of ro k V Crimp and Corrugated li STEEL ROOFINGRuberoid and Felt Roofing Galvanized Ridge Roll Galvanized Gutter and Conducting Pipe Barn Door Hinges Track of all kinds Tee Hinges Strap Hinges Screw and Strap Hinges I Royal Roof Paint Lime and Cement Our Carpenters Tools are unexcelled 14 I Both PhonesP Ci SOWER COKentucky II m fI r YULK TIDE GIFTS It tI f t There are gifts in glittering splendor herethe store is full from end to end 8 ts of suggestions for Christmas shoppers d t If you desire holiday wares of which the idea is as bright as gold and as clear cut as a diamond turn in here Come early in the day if possible before the crowded hours of the afternoon and make your selections with more comfort t f We will lay aside your purchases for later delivery if you wish i I Rich Jewelry Our holiday showing of all that is best in Jewelry for men women and children is awaiting you There are tasteful little gifts as low as a dollar and from there the assortment ranges up to rich and rare pieces r Rings Chains Pins Lockets Watches IM SELBERT IF YOU IT St ITS StreetI l4 t 1 MARRIEB GASHPHILLIPS the Jef fers House on Thursday Mr For rest E Gash and Miss Julia Phil c4lips were married Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist ChurchVAUGHANMITCHELLNear r r schoolhouse on Tuesday Mr Vm E Vaughan and Miss 1Mittie E Mitchell were married by Rev M B Adams D D of the First Baptist Locust View near Forks of Elkhorn on Wednesday December 20 at 2 oclock Mr Richard McDonald and Miss Lulie Tracey wore married by Rev John H Burdine PLA CK STA N T O N In St Louis Mo on Wednesday November 29 Mr Chas L Plack and Miss Florence Stanton were married by GrayI a business man of tandingr His bride is tho fourthj r of the late Majoraughter admiredknow her She has been living with her brother Mr Harry T Stanton Jr in St Louis Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a bottle of Dr Thomas Eo reIliefaccidents of any sort r Y1U SILVER NOVELTIES We have unusually wide selection of the seasons tasteful little things in Sterling Silver Youll find many a gift suggestion at less than a dollarmany a one at higher price to- oDeskFittingsToilet Ware Pin Trays Match Boxes Brushes Flasks Etc Clair AT SELBERTS J by Bryants an FIFTIETH Maj Thos J Hutchison and wife celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage on Thanksgiving DayMaj HutohIson is a Civil War veteran and has lived in this community nearly sixty years coming to this State from Pennsylvania when a lad His good wife was Miss Lizzie Chambers Their host of friends wish them many happy returns of the day q rLADIES OF ASCENSION CHURCH Tho Ladies of Asofension Church Guild again call attention to the fact that they will have their Bazaar and Supper in the Parish House on tho of Thurs day December 7th They have everything dainty and nice suitable for Christmas pres entsDont forget to attend THE SEASON OF INDIGESTION The season of indigestion is upon us Kodol Dyspepsia Curator Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for tho stomach that an or overworked stomach can not do for itself Kodol Digests what you eat gives the stomach a rest relieves sour stomach belch ing heartburn indigestion etc Sold by J W Gayle Dr Bjrop for the blood Cerate tor i tneruptUaa p j Table Silver No can the housewife more than somethingfor her table Our table silver both sterling and plated is carefully selected from the seasons best patterns and is by no means expensive Knives Forks Spoons Bowls Tea Sets Odd Pieces Ic A 230 I Churc- hMcDONALDTraceyAt evening ss DEATHS VAUGHANIn Lakeland Fla on Saturday Mr Wm Vaughan well known here by the older in babftantsIberg on Saturday Mrs Kittle Dar lington aged 81 yenrs Mrs Darlington was a woman of fine character a devout Christian She was the mothor of Rev U V W Darlington of the West Virginia Conference Methodist Church DRAKEIn Lexington on Tuesday Capt Ben S Drake aged about 70 years Capt Drake was a valiant Con federate soldier a scout of Gen John H Morgan He had been in the revenue service for a number of years and had been stationed in this city for about a year boarding at the Joffurs House On Saturday he visited in Lexington and was stricken with paralysis Monday morning dyIng Tuesday WINSLOWA t her homo in Oar rollton on Saturday Mrs Jennie Woolfolk Winslow widow of the late Hon Wm B Winslow aged 80 yearsMrs Winslow was a woman of the highest character a sterling and Christian ea devout member ofthe Methodist Church ever found at her post of duty in a long life of usefulness HenryM t I Cut Glass Our showing is selected from the foremost makers Every piece is cut from the purest and whitest glass and in countless i new and lovely patterns iJ iJlr Prices from 150 to 00 Reliable Jeweler BUY ANNIVERSARY Treatment Winslow of Now York Mrs D B Coltrane of Concord N 0 Mrs Jennie Martin Mrs W F Howe Geo B and James Winslow of this cityShe was an aunt of Miss Margaret oityI fat grave Norway Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age OTHER DISTILLERIES START I The O F O Distillery No 113 the property of the George T Stagg Co will make the first mash of the season December 14th The J N Blakemoro Distillery No 06 the property of the K D W H Co will make the first mash on the same day- EXECUTORS NOTICE As executor tho late John M Broylos deceased I give notice to all persons knowing themselves to he indebted to the estate to conic forward and settle promptlyr agaInsttheerly proven to me for settlement JOHN H SWITZER Exor John M Broylew Deod Ky10lmlit FARM FORWENT With some tobacco land on it citylinJ1t48tf MRS ANNIE TAAFFE 5 BIRTHS t HULETT On the West Side onrTuesday to Mr Ira Hulott an irlISatur and t WANTED By Chicago wholeIsale and mail order house assist nut manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory rwookhWork pleasant position permanent No investment or experience re parI THOMAS J COOPER CO j 410t 182 Lake St Chicago Ill NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tho Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Co is closing up its business and has appointed the Capital Trust Co of Frankfort as agent to liqui rate its affairs THE FRANKFURT SAFETY V A hByChairman Stockholders Meeting November 22 IMS 12t4 WANTIiDBy ChioagoManutao turing House person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branohIofllco Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment required Previous expert engagingAddressBlock Chicago 612tti 1 tA YJ t it Il t SKYE THIS-1 And keep it where you can see it It will save you mo eyi 1 FRIDAY DECEMBER IST 1905 f s D JOHNSON CO- Lk t WILL HAVE A CHRISTMAS OPENING r tTHAT YOU MUST NOT MISS T= l READ CAREFULLY THE PRICES QUOTED BELOW THESE PRICES WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE LAST OF DECEMBER DONT FORGET Dress Goods One lot 60c and 79c Goods 39c 5Oin Mohair worth 85c 49c i Plaid Waisting worth 20c lie Silks What is more delightful than Silk for Skirt or Dress as all Xmas presentBlack 69c Silks from 150 to 200 75c UmbrellasO- nei lot 89c One lot98cI 1 THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF OUR MANY WONDERFULBARGAINS if r r REMEMBER Sweaters A most beautiful line at less than cost Sheets and Pillowcases Pillow Cases 9c Readymade Sheets 49c Embroideries and Laces Embroidery5c 3c 8c quality 5c 10c quality 7c Torchon Lace3cStockings One lot at9c Underwear Every piece of this Underwear is neW stock and perfectly fresh You will never have such a chance again Ladies Pants21cLad- ies Vests 21c Ladies Vests 48c Ladies Vests 53c Ladies Pants 53c Ladies Union Suits 53c Ladies Union Suits worth 81 and S15O extra value now G9c and 9Sc Childrens Union Suits31c We have also a lot of Beautiful Fancy Baskets Fancy China in Vases Plates Cups and Saucers Bags and Purses Lovely Ribbons All just the thing for Xmas presents Paper Hair Pins lo Roll Tape 2e Paper Pins So Feather Stitched Braid 4o Dozen Safety Pins 4o Extra Value Pearl Buttons 5o Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 5o Yard wide Unbleached Cotton 5c Good Combs 5c Dress Shields lOo Good Tooth Brushes lOc 40 in Ribbon100Fa-ncy Hat Pins10cGo- odBath Towels lOo Good Apron Gingham 50 Best Calico40F- ine Corsets 49c It will pay you to buy Hats Flowers and Ribbons and put them away They are goingf at your own price r There will be SOMETHING NEW Every Week atI S D JOHNSON CO And that every Friday and Saturday there will be even bigger bargains tf 1 11 f f T Written for the Roundabout y 1 THANKSGIVING o 1 Our lives tomorrow will divide again And wo as strangers shall fool deep regret Now face to face there is no cause to fear Then let us say Forgive me and forget Those long sad years that wo have lived in vain And so today let us be thankful dear II Let us accept lifes meted measures nowIi1Without regrets because tie thus and so Some day and time the reason may be clear Content to leave with God the ttwhenand how that tomorrow we shall know So for today lot us be thankful dear III Just for today let us forget the past With all its bitter heartaches and its tears v And think our future will be bright and clear Let us thank God that wo are friends at last Our souls to find the happiness of years And for today let us feel grateful dear IVILet us beware how memory veils our sight out revenge nor shield it in ifDlotvaiintant breast fear pride its vestments 4Iknow within my heart the path of God is right And we shall know U what ever is f is best So for today let us feel thankful dear t N S COX r7 November 80 1905 1 v 1i CLEAR THE WAYIThe mission of II to clear the way and give Nature t full sway These famous little pills rid the stomach and bowels of all putrid matter thus removing the causes of headache constipa tion sallow complexion etc Do Witts Little Early Risers never gripe or sicken A safe pleasantI perfect pill Mack clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles of these Famous Lit tle Pills cured me of chronic con stipation Sold by J W Gayle OPENING OF SOUTHERN RAILWAYS HARRODSBURG DANVILLE EXTENSION FOR PASSENGER BUSINESS Official announcement has been made by the passenger department of the Southern Railway that the Danville extension from Harrods burg to Danville a distance of nine miles will be opened for passenger tramc on Friday December 1005 The schedule of trains between Louisville and Lexington and Lou isville and Danville has also been officially announced and will go into effect oh the same date But little change in the time of trains has been made and the service be tween Louisville and Lexington will be as it has boon with the same number of through trains each way every day The opening of the new line will onsidorably the time of the trough southern trains on the juthern Railway and the Queen Crescent Route Through sleop- rs will go from St Louis and Lou ville by way of Danville connect with the Q 0 fast trains at point With the trains muet at Danville a distance of 85 ues is saved and the time unit be as well as Danville vll profit by the change in the Ime The seine number of trains nd the same train service will bo i effect to Lexington and the new lime will be much moro convenient for shoppers sari others counting to TjoU ist ilIo The early train out of jouisville for Lexington will bo Detained The next truin which iow leaves at 740 a m will leave afr8 oclock and will roach Lexing ton correspondingly Inter The fearly afternoon train will leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and will make connection for Q 0 local stations at Lexington f Under the new arrangement there will be four trains daily without between Louisville and twoj1each direction The track between Harrodsburg and Danville has been used by the freight traffic for several weeks but it was thought best not to run passenger trains over it until it had been finally and firmly The line between Harrodsburg r and Burgin will be operated on a i touch more frequent than tl before One train will bo used and hourlytripsfleeting at Burgin with all Q C trains This service will give Har rod burg two ways to connect with the Q0T- he following is the official an nouncement of train service as companyTrain Louisville at 800 a m instead of 740 a In with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1055 a m and 1115 a m respectively stopping only at important points en route This train will also St Louis totDanv111oTrain at 745 p m instead of 725 p m with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville at those points at 1045 p 11 oclock p in respectivelyrlivingI ping only at important This will also carry Cafe Car from St Louis through to Danville serving supper leaving LouisvilleTrain 5 will leave Louisville atinglocnlton at 940 a m Tiiis train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect at Lexingon with Q C Route train for local stations on that road arriving Danville at 1105 a m Train No9 will leave Louisville a 380 p m 20 minutes earlier than at present making local stops and arriving at Lexington at 640 p m This train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect with Q C Route train No 9 for local points on that line arriving Danville at 803 p m Train No 24 will leave Dam 11Ie at 580 a m with through coaches and Parlor Cafe Car for Louisville and St Louis arriving at former point at 845 n m and St Louis at 612 p m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 545 a m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan LawrenceburgTrain at 445 p m with through coaches and also St Louis sleeper arriving at 800 p m leaving Louisville at 1015 p m and reaching St Louis at 782 a m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 5 p m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Danville train at Lawrenceburg Lexingtonlag local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a m This train will make connection at Lexington with leavingDanvilleTrain No 6 will leave Lexington makinglocalat 615 p m This train will con nect at Lexington with Q O Route local train leaving Danville at 105rm above trains will run dailyBetween Harrodsburg and Bur service will be maintained through the day trains leaving Harrodtjburg as follows 605 1025 1115 a m and 140 410 and 515 p m In the return direc tion trains will leave Burgin at 580 640 1100 a In and 100 215 and 44u p m These trains will lust daily The running time between the twoI points will be from ten to fifteen will be no in the trnin service between Versailles and Georgetown WANTED By Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced permanentNo pnrtioulnrsenvelopeCOOPER CO 182 Chicago Ill 1812t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 n in to 9 p m 11 a in 1 and 8 p m overyILeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a in to 11 p in except 11 a in 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from C a in to 10 p m except 10 fitm 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown fit 8 50p in Leaves- Georgetown ut 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tt STAMPING GROUND familyhaveInd to reside BornNovember 18 to Mr W O Wigginton and wJfen daughter Mr J W Jameson has sold the Green property to Mr J R Butler for 1000 Mr Allen Anderson has sold the A R Samuel property to Mr W B Johnson for 700 Farmers have had a splendid chance to got their fall work done during this fine weather Nearly all our farmers have availed themselves of the good hogsSpareribsare all the go Rev G W Hill conducted the funeral of Mrs Margaret Sutton widow of Mr W W Sutton of Bnptistwoman and lived to the rile age of 78 years Mr Ben T Head of Madison Ind and Mr Joel S Head Jr of Jackson wore guests of thoir brother Mr B C Head last week Mr Joel S Head Jr has been elected Cashier of the First State Bank of Chattanooga Tnnn nnd will take charge January 1st The position carries a good salary Rev G W Hill conducted the funeral of Mr John T James on Friday Mr James was a member of Long Lick Baptist Church but formerly lived here One Jim Rogers stoic a horse be longing to Mr Sam Southworth on Saturday night HH also stole a baggy from Mr G W Glass He was arrested in Indiana tUNO CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SlpatUlt of Kodol Dyspepsia lureDigests what you eat DO IT TODAY inluNctionNeverput you can do today is now gen erally 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 Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive 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 750 At all drugigsts lyr 0 DflPLBES WINTER You need not have a bit of trouble wit h chaps or roughening of the skin all winter if will takc our advice andalways keep on hand a bottle o- fCUTICILLA CREAM It is a daintily perfumed creamy preparation that is entirely absorbed by the skin giving an immediate cooling and healing effect and leaving no trace of grease or stickiness It gives the surface a trans parent velvety appearance hot imparted by anything else It is impossible for it giveIto keep it smooth soft and clear during cold weather Price 15 and 25 Cents Jul W1GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky hll n J 11I tr rI uon IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has borne the sizmatnre of has been male under sonal supervision since infancy Allow no to in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butt Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 11 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ri LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY T WINTER tMETABLEH S 1iEFFECTIVE OCT 1905 r EASTBOUND WESTBOl 4- No Ex Daily Bund No4I StationsSi 11No8 RxSifis 1 0tt 4 P M AlIl PK Leave Le8veAr Ar i225 745 0 Lexington0 191206O5810 825 20 Winchester 8c aM 918 4t City 4887 489 r t 406 923 Btanton 823 jro i 485 954 57 Natural Bridge 67 801 T449 04 Torrent 62 747 BAT 1 511 1029 Beattyville Junction i0 720 826 iit010 1180 94 025 t 236 941Jackson Trains No Sand daily except Sunday other trains except Sunday fNos 8 and 4 make connection at p K Junction for points on the O IrhRy Trains Nos and 8 connect at L E Junction with tho 0 O By TJy for lit Junction with tho If A By for Beattyville f f and local J R stationIONTO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY 11NoM la AMLvePMLve AMAr PMAr 1I 980 285 Jackson 880 nro 0 I925 280 O K Junction r 885 1121 i158 Wilhurst 4 417 1152 848I 152 Hampton t 480 1158 128 Leo G1ty t 510 1222 181 12 Heluchawn 518 1228 715I 105 Cannel City 545 1245 l1 t N08 and will make close connection at O k K Junction with Nos 8 and for J points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayM ftL CONLEY Superintendent ii SOLID COMFORT INITRAVEL MEANS The Henderson Routei Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS HATES TO THE WEST AM SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or u chango of locution in the near fu tureHGet the Hondorson Route Habit It is tho comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us tho opportunity of naming you rates We have equipment the train service the free oars and the rates WHATMORE DO YOU WANT J H GALLAGHER L J IRWINI Trav Pass Aitt Gen HENDEBSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KYV I N LrL t 1 7l and his per its Ione deceive you this the and CLTAUR Clay daily Trains closo the tWilrescentRouteI m I 1 1l SMtest Route AND QuIckest Solieilul i BETWEEN Ai GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTAyBIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS 4IHTEXASWrite for Rates and Printed Matter GE CLHRKEJ 01 TPA M Mali StreetLexilitioi Kutiicky jz