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J TltE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tGEO Ill lishl A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance ALjrs VOL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC 9J 1905 NN014= r The Vey Bes Made 212214 ST CLAIR ST 6i6ICircular No OONCERNING ALCOHOLIC COMPOUNDS Labeled as Medicines and Held Out to the Public as Remedies for Diseases I Treasury Department Office of Commissioner of Internal Reveuue Washington November 24 1005 To Collectors of Internal Revenue On September 12 1005 Circular No 673 was issued train this office concerning alcoholic compounds t advertised and sold as medicine rtunder various names some of which were composed chiefly of distilled spirits or mixtures thereof with ut the addition cf drugs or medici iJ nal Ingredients in sufficient qunn tity to change materially the char actor of the alcoholic liquor In that circular It was stated that because these preparations were held out to the public as medicines would not afford ground for reliov i ing their manufacturers from special tax as rectifiers and whole sale liquor dealers and would not relieve the retail dealers therein from special tax as retail liqour dealers under the provisions of the a Federal Statutes It was further stated that this once would by analyses made in the chemical laboratory here of these various compounds deter mine as to whether or not those manufacturing and handling thorn would ho liable to the special tax above named Further that ntJ such analysis were made and conolusions reached by this office druggists and mor chants selllrig thqse compounds good faith as medicines only would not be affected by the new ruling until peeombor 1906 Before J that date it Was the purpose of the office to make public announcement of the various preparation found H by analysis to be within the terms of the ruling of Septemher 12 By rBasbV of the pare given in making analysis of these cpta poundrtbo offttfe hail been unable to oom l to the examination of alb tluoh c bj fo8awyponih MRr ket lYh W i f theM Pfetlpi4ii Ale ththaiFirl t t Boys Clothes is 1trueand style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un- edunlodthe boys like to wear them And how the clothes dowear Made of honest allwool materials sewed with silk thread senins tMpcd buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional Line at 500I R K McCLURE SONS FRANKFORT KY Iof tho ruling of September 12 1905 Atwoods La Grippe Specific Cuban Gingorio De Witts Stomach Bitters Dr Bouviers Buohu Gin Dr Fowlers Meat and Malt Duffys Malt Whisky Gilberts Rejuvenating Iron and Herb Juice Hostottors Stomach Bitters Kudros Peruna Rookonndy Cough Cure Since tho ruling referred to was made manufacturers of prepara tions referred to in that ruling and wholesale druggists and retail drug gists handling them have demonstrated that larce losses would occur to them if the ruling was made effective on December 1905 They stated that in good faith and under rules heretofore control ling they have purchased these 11themby tho date originally stated After careful consideration of this phase of the case and to pro toot those who in good faith have engaged in the sale of these prep arations this office has determined to make the order effective as against manufacturers on January 1906 instead of December 1905 and said date January 1 1906 being the beginning of the third quarter of the fiscal year With regard to all handling these preparations retail dealers both druggists and other merchants the order will be made effective April 1 1906 the beginning of the last quarter of the current fiscal year This office will contiipnp to make analysis of other preparations sim ilar to those already examined and will announce from time to tlmo the conclusions reached Until public notice Is given as to other preparations than those above named manufacturers of slime druggists and others handling these preparations will not be held liable for special tax for other articles than those set forth herein provided that tho compound are sold In good faith as medicines JOSS W YERKB8 Com mllll ner diiHiL STEREOPTICON LECTUREIN- AND AROUNDHE To be given here at Y M C A Monday December 11 780 p m by E A Cox Mr Fox has recently returned from the Holy Land He is now delivering this lecture all over State and those who have theI are unstinted in their praise Fox took his camera with him many of tho pictures he shows are his own He describes what ho saw together with the habits and customs of the people in such a realistic way that you feel as though you have actually taken the Journey after having heard him You can learn more of Palestine and its people in this one hours lecture than by a years reading because you tot olll hear but you see Selections every place descrlbodI read at the State Convention at Henderson under tho title Some Interpretative Thoughts and the State President Mr H A Som mers pronounced it one of the gems of the convention Old young alike will be interested inI thislecture In order that all may have an opportunity to hear it no admittance will be charged but an offering will be taken for the State Sundayschool work Let every one come prepared to give something and make it a silver offering if possible as the money goes to one of the most worthy causes in the State and you are getting more than value received for your money a GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST J Nothing will cure indigestion that doesnt digest the food and give the stomach rest You cant expect that a weak stomach win 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 compelled to do a full days work every day of tho week KoJol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect digestant digests the food regardless of the conUti n of stomach Be lievtfs Indication Bplohlng Spur Stomadb and all stomach disorder- S ld by J W Gayle- 13ffFdaoltBlopd Bitter given a TN an active brain Bin4lt for 1hethe of life makes t tf NEW COATS Just received another big ex press shipment of LADIES LONG COATS Beautiful Styles Wonderful Values Big cut on Ladies Tailor Made Suits either in Short or Long Coats Dont wait but make your selections before the stock is broktn Ladies Walking Skirts Special Values 1350 500 750 Furs For Ladies Misses and Children Big Assortment Extraordinary Values at 150 250 500 up to 2500 Shirt Waists In Silk Batiste Linen and Madras Cloth Exceptional Val see 100 250 500 Kimona Another shipment arrived this week in both Long and Short Kimouad These are made of fine quality French Flannelette exquisite patterns at 150 to 500 Dress Goods We are offering uuusual values in Serges Cloth and Panama the most popular cloths for Suits and Skirts 50c 75c 100 per yd Comforts and Blankets Large size Silkoline Comforts filled with nice white Cotton 150 200 250 104 AllWool Blanket extra value 350 and up cIKAGIN BRO AT BRIDGE aaronIiATk isd ISt rJ I GRAND D I S PLAY1tlf6 HOLIDAY OF 1iI Ir OOD t The Largest Stock of Holiday rNovelties we have over shown is now ready for your inspection Our Lino consists of presents for 2fttlcmenWe mention here jnst a few of our Special Ladies and Gents Um brellas tf Nothing is more useful and np i propriate for Lady or GCntlemI1Dtthan a nice Umbrella Umbrellas specially made for Holiday selling from t I 50c to 600 Each Handkerchiefs Never before have we shown such a beautiful assortment of Ladies Gentlemens and Child rens Handkerchiefs Ladies beautifully embroid ered Handkerchiefs warrnnted4tall Pure Linen a Special Value j Only 15c EachfLadies warranted all LinenjHandkerchiefs exceptional val ues at 5c lOc 15c and 25c Each One lot of Childrens Handker chiefs only 3c each f Gentlemens Handkerchiefs Special Values j 5c lOc 15c and 25c each Shaving Sets We have n complete assort ment of Gentlemens Shaving Sets from 50c to 500 Each Manicure Sets These are always apprciated nrelboth50c to 500 Each 15c and 25c NoveltiesJWe havo n large of beautiful Fancy Novelties lIuohfIas Ink Wells Pen Wipers Amtmals Thermometers etc at 15c and 25c Each Beautiful Dolls Every child loves Dolls with pleasethem bodyDolls25c to 100 each DRESSED DOLLS 25o upward We invite you to visit our etoro and inspect our Stock it will interest you CI KAGIN ci BROI1 St Clair St at Bridge 4iaim O rdi jt II iltr tw nI yj i A Beautiful Doll Fre i A Handsome Doll with her Cute Outfit of Clothes will be Given Apay Any little Girl under 12 years of age in Frankfort or Franklin y County will be entitled to one guess FREE thrt You dont have to buy anything to guess All you have to do is Come to our store get a blank fill it out and deposit it ill he j box we will have prepared for it The Object will be to guess the name of the Doll No one except Mr David Nicol of the DeJposit Bank will know the name find the secret will be entirely in his keeping All guesses will be numbered ann the ftst one guessing correctly win get the Don In case the name is not guessed all guesses will be placed in a box thoroughly mixed and Mr Nicol will draw out one this numbor will get the Doll Guessing commenced Monday Morning December 4th Mil guesses must be in by December 23d and the Lucky Guesser will be announced 26thfWatch our Window for the Little Beauty Our store will be Open Every Nieht till Christmas Q LEE 3wii EIPERSONAL Col Chas E Hogo was in Shel byville on Tuesday Mr J Will Clay of Mt Sterling was hero on Thursday Mr Albert H McClure left Tugs day for yew York City Mrs Sallie Daniel has returned from a visit to Louisville- Dr T E Gosnell of Louisville was in the city Thursday Mr Grant L Roberts was called to Lexington on Wednesday- Mr Frank Chinn made a business trip to New York this week Mrs John F Davis visited rela tives in Versailles this week Judge John F Hngerof Ash laud was in the city Thursday- Mr H Kirby Bourne of New Castle was in the city Tuesday Mr Thos P Averill and wife visited in Lexington Wednesday- Mr Virgil MoKnight of Mays ville was inthe city on Tuesday Mr Henry Wright visited his daughter in Louisville this week Mr W B Whitt Senator from Carter county was in the city this weekMr Clarence Julian and wife visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr J W Alcorn of Stanford attended the Court of Appeals this weekMrs Wm Cromwell has returned from n visit to relatives at Bowling Green Prof J K Patterson of State iCoUege Lexington was in the city Tuesday Dr R P Buckmaster and wife cityTuesdayMr W O Cooper Editor of the cityThursthI Ifr Hi B Ware funeral of a relative in Versailles ThursdayCapt H InsUo Deputy Collector of Carlisle was in the city this week J Col Jas A Violett visited his daughter Mrs True in Owenton this week Mr H V MoChesnoy went to Smitnland as a witness in court this week Mr Geo W Wilder wife and son of Paris visited relatives hero this week Mrs AB Rust of Texas is the nest of her daughter Mrs A C I Van Winkle i Mrs Henry Rowlett of Louisville who has been visiting herereturued homo JuesdayIMisslvFlossie Gentry of Louis ville was guest of Misses Scot tow onSunday Mr Jas A Hodges of Louisville made a business trip to this City Thursday- Mr James Conway of Corbin visitedrelatives in his old home here tbis week Mrs IThos P visited her sister Mrs John Shiveley in Lou isvillo this week W Reading visited at her oldfhome u Pjsgah Wotidfbrd ountjvjihis week11 Miss Ada MoEwring who has been visiting friends in Louisville has returned home J Miss Franqos Hamilton was the guept off Miss Mattie Hughes in Midwayt ust week Col At D Martin wife and J daughter Miss Natalie are vlsit ing Jn Chicago ills i Miss LutieWJ1E rt v edt1 funerattafcd b ofelaritve in- i Versailles Thursday r1fL fff IMrs T H Paynter is the guest daughter Mrs Morton K Yonts at Louisville Mrs Ella Molloy of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs C J Weitzel this week YerIsameeviovo Posey this week Miss Emmie Scott has returned from a visit to Mrs W O Tucker nee Nunn in Marion Mr John H Tinsley of New Or leans visited his mother Mrs Lucy Tinsley this week Mr John C Strother of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday Mr G H Jett and family formerly of Jests left for Woodville Miss to reside Hon Lawrence Maxwell of Cincinnati was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Mrs John P Hanley and sister Miss McDermott of Paris have re turned from a visit to Texas Miss Mary Nurse of Elizabeth town is the guest of her sister Mrs J P Hobson this week Mr H R Lawrence county candidate for Speaker of the House was here Tuesday Mr T W Blade of Chicago GeorgeBakerMrs Stoddard J Glanton of Burnside who has been visiting rel atives here has returned home Mr J A Edge Lexington was the guest his parents Mi J A Edge and wife week Mrs H H Watson and daughter have returned from a visit to Mrs Lucas Brodhead near Versailles fC Mr Robt E Woods and Mr John C Doolan of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on Thursday Judge S Morris of LaGrange was in the city Wednesday in attendance upon the Court of Ap pealsMr Stoddard J Stanton of St Louis Mo was the guest of his sister Mrs J Gray McLean this Kato Bush Martin of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs E E Hume has returned homeMr John G Witt of Lexington spent Sunday here as the guest of his brotherinlawT Mr W H Watts South Side Mr Goo L Payne and Mr Hus ton Wood returned Friday night from a hunting trip in Southern Kentucky Miss Lida May Botts of Bethel who has been the guest of Miss Nina Hazelrigg went to Louisville WednesdayMr F Wood wife and children of Lexington were guests ofher mother Mrs A M Trumbo last week Miss Minnie Reynolds and Miss Allie Collins of Flemingsbnrg were guests of Miss Eloise Booe this week Gen N BBays leaves today for Washington City to appear in the U S Supreme Court in the Powers case Miss Rose Loran of Louisville who was called here by the death of her nephew Max Rodde has returned home Mrs Julia Hopple of Cincinnati who has guest of her daughter Mrs Saml South has returned home Mr Howard Umethun of Sta t9tThtoty Sunday night Mr BenJ osfcV dfLnget Ills who has boenrvi his bothe tnlnV MWHohfy Wright dins rotunedfi ine 1Iss u Iu niittorRiohVnond who has boon the guest of Misp l Nan Hammond Taylor Avenue has returned home Major W J Seltz Deputy Col lector of West Liberty was in the city this week IentnokyUnIvelslt the Thanskgiving holiday at homo has returned to college Mrs Goo M Adams of Win ofllIlrsnue has returned home Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling who has been the guest of his parents Judge E Cr ORear and wife has returned home Mrs Mary Blakemore was called to Versailles Wednesday by the illness of her grandson Master Nevill Blakemore Graddy Mrs John C Hawkins and daugh spondinghome have returned to Lexington Baptistspent Sunday at home with her parents Mr W J Soottow and wifeMrs J D Sauce wife of Manager Salleo of the Traotion Line has joined her husband here and ElkslPlaoetiansburg spent a day or so here with his family this week return- Ing to the former place Saturday morningMr W Shackleford and family of Midway have come hero to reside Mr Shaokleford is an em ploye of the East Tennessee Tele phone Co Mrs W W Crooker and sons of Jeifersonville who spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Miss Susie Mavhall returned home Sun day evening Mr John S Gaunt former Com monwealths Attorney of this dis trict who lives at Carrollton and practices law in Louisville was here Tuesday Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city Tuesday winding up his bnsiness with the State Department as County Attorney of Wood ford county Mr G Herbert Boone of Louis ville was here on Monday Mr position Railroad Commission Miss Susan Peffor who is teach ing in the graded school of Middles boro is at home on account of the school being closed because of an epidemic of contageous disease SWITZER STORE SOLD Mr T G Hudson of Switzer has sold his general merchandise store to Messrs J J W Poin dex er who have taken charge Messy Poindexter gave in ex change their farm located near Peaks Mill and a inonoylconsid eration in addition The store js a good stand with valuable patronage I ANOTHER FREE EXCURSION lhe Retail Merchants Associa tiorijWlll run another free excursion train from Paris to this city on Wednesday next December 18th stoppinatt mgivinjdo their s op ing- SPQCKHOLDERS MEfcTIN G tookholdbrsBank of KentuekyWfllpo held on ocIQoknoonf6rUiq tlfo n atiy I tni7leo 01tYrQ ilput Ijr aIiThe largest and most varied Fur Neck Pieces and t SoVs ever shown in Frankfort i i f Coney Neck Pieces 125 150 K75 2OGHand pr Isabella Fox and Canadian Sabel and Squirrel x450 t to1500 V Next Week wemkae a Special Sale ofFurr 4 Childrens Cloaks The same prices will prevail onr all on Novelty Dress Goods that were reduced 12 days ago IjChristmas Goods Q You will Save Money if you will only take the trouble of walking in to see our Stock of Christmas Goods r F T Jr WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE oThere are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price We buijd only High Grade Handmade Vehicles out of Selected Material which we sell under a guarantee that means something If you do not know our work get the habit now Give us a trial order and we will build you what you want i y Write or phone us and our reprc sentative will call to see you Seller Carriage GQI x VERSIMrES KY c H K WARD President COL ED P BRYAN LOSES BROTHER By the following which we ox tract from tho State Centre Record of Bound Brook N J we learnI that our oldtime friend Col P Bryan has lost a brother dledjiSPlVloeslare will bo in the Bound Brook Come tery 1iyi Director Edgorton Ie THE S ASo INDI1ESrQ Thc Reason of indigestion isuponI usKodolJ SP PHII Cure n Dyspepsia will do everything for t stomach that an or overvvorkod ptomnoh can n do for itself ICodol Dicests ivthaV YDU Aab1 gw ltir iltoltshai tlbcapin6Sold uy J w14Aaye J t c p r JVe HEENEY C M 1SecI000 CHICAGO AND RETURN International Live Stpck Exposi 1005j sell tick Chicago and return at 900 on Decemberl0 1718 land 10 also to exhibitors present ec1I= lIQn on trains leave Union Sta tl 10th and Broadway at 8u5 tiand 821 p m For dthers particulars communicate with E RouteLouisville KILLTHi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS N11tll Qra Kings New IS coverllOMIUMHTJON i3ri0rrlDR 8UgH a tl 9C 5100 AJ it Sur tAau u ebb cetsoriai I1cl UJl litPJ1r 191ONL 9j 01L i i CU t fT c Wlr I1 Flirs Make most nccoptnble Gifts Scnrfs of Coney XIBO to 300 i Scarfs nil new shapes of Fox500 to 40 00 Muffs to Match 500 to 1500- Childrens Sots beautiful assort 100 to 1000 Imonti Tailor Suits and Cloaks New Stylish Effects Special Prices for next week Suporb Values Olonls 500 to 1500 Suits 1000 to 2500 j Childrens Cloaks t New Assortment atReddcedPrieesy ellcnt Values SSOOio oo 1Esrt V Jf 10 vI H Umbrellas ka r Ladys 100 to 800 50 toJ 9OU jChildrens o to ZfiO I 1 w t3 1 I j MARRIED this coun Lister E M Moore t were by John H Burdin 3 QUIREWINGATK this city on Wednesday Mr Clarence Quire and Miss Hurtle Win gate were mar ried byRev J O A Vaughti of the Methodist Church- MARTINHOCKENSMITH In this county on Wdnesday Mr t Chas W Martin and Miss Annie Hockensmith were married by FRev C R Hudson of the Chris ChurchHMILLER BRADY In Louis ville Saturday December 2 Mr Nat Miller and Miss Ursula Brady were married Mr Miller is a son of Mr Geo W Miller of this city and has recently moved to Louisville bride is one of Frankforts hnndI some girls She is a sister of Prof John Brady of the Frankfort Orchestra FOR CRACKED HANDS Rough skin and cracked hands are not only cured by DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve but an occa sional application will keep the skin soft and smooth Best tor- Eoxoma Cuts Burns Boils etc The genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ailords immediate relief in all forms of Itch ing and Protruding Piles Sold by t J W Gayle BIG PRICE FOR LAND A small farm containing 11 acres two miles from Lexington on the Richmond pike near the Water 0r works was sold on Tuesday at i 88372 per aorea pretty comfort able price l =A GRAZER Capt Kirby Jailer of this county came near killing a prisoner in his hotel on Wednesday It seems that the man one Ulysses Jackson is known as ubadmUn He was in the dining room with Capt Kirby when he seized a lump of coal and attempted to strike him with it Capt Kirby was too quick r for him However and leveled his gun and fired the ball clipping through the mans hat just abovet his head Jackson then surrendered t t NOTIQE Notice 1s hereby given that Clio TrustCohas appointed the Capital Trust to1iqulATHE FBANKFORT SAFETY VAULT AND CO By B K McGLUBE MeetingNovember A This is tho store whore the things you want DONT COST just n little bit more than youd planned to pay i That all means that your Christmas list may be made out generously and that youll save substantially on every purchase yon make Comeand at onceit you wish to abolish wqrrics and enjoy every minute yon spend in planning for Christmas In the Ifno of practical gifts what can you choose that is bettor than suit or coat Hard to Say ient it1 And here such a gift can be purchased decidedly economi cally Hero are a few lists t BIRTHS WASHBURNIn this city to Mr William Wnsbburn and wife a daughter CON LEYNoar Mlllvllle De cember 4 to Mr Smith Conley and wife a son Smith Jr SOUVENIR SPOONS MiA Selbert thereliable jeweler has just had made the handsomest Frankfort Souvenir Spoon ever yet issued It has the name hFr88kfortttcut on the handle with a out of Daniel Boones Monu ment and the State monument also on the handle the bowl of the spoon has a handsome reproduction of the new capitol building There are three grades of these spoons One has only the cuts spoken of on the handle without the oapitol building in the bowl The second has all of these things but has no gold on the bowl The third gives all and the bowl is gold plated There are of course three prices It is a very desirable Christmas present for any one It should sell like hot cakes- WANTEDBy Chicago Manufao turing House person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch weeklyPermanentment required Previous experi ence not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 512- tT BIG SHIPMENT OF VALUABLE HORSES ON F C An express train of valuable horseis was brought to Centerville over the F C train en Thursday They were the property of Mr Jas B Haggin and were taken to El mendorf which IB only a few miles from Conterville The shipment came from California to the New York dispersal sale and thence to Kentucky and are valued at 80000 Every family should have its household medicine chest and the first bottle in it should be Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup Na tures remedy for coughs and colds I LEG BADLY SPRAINED OR BROKEN theplaolngand Manufacturing Co formerly that of Choate FInnell on Wed n sday when he stepped into a legpndthe small bone is broken Dr John G South was at once called and attondodto Mr Miloms injdrle8 lr Milatn is a jollyand popular gentleman and his hosts of friends will regret to lean of his misfortune The Very Best ime is NOW I BEATHS BENNETTIn Orange Texas on Wednesday Nov30 Mrs Edith Huffenberger Bennett a former resident of this oitywho has many friends her- eRODDEIn this oity on Sunday morning Max Lorohe Rodde son of Mr Samuel Rodde and wife aged 5 years died of acute Brights dlVea ie The little fellow was an unusually brigh ond attractive lad and had made many friends here The sympathy of a host of friends goes out to the bereft family The remains were taken to Louisville on Monday morning for inter ment in the Jewish cemetery ASCENSION GUILD SUPPER The Ladies Guild of Ascension Church gave their supper bazaar on Thursday night The wore very successful and a neat sum was cleared i BAPTIST LADIES SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Church gave their annual supper on Tuesday nigh- last It was a success There wa a good crowd present the supper was delightful and there was a neat sum realized by these good ladies CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO ILL Via F C Live Stock Exposition 1165round trip Tickets on sale December 10 to 19 Final limit December 24 For full par ticulars to CWHAYGPAi2tD19 esY M C A BAZAAR The Ladies Committee of the Y M C A have about completed their arrangements for their Ba zaar which will be held on Wednes day next December 18th in the rooms in the Old Yeoman building formerly occupied by Rogers Jz SonsThey will have all the delicacies of the season to otter at tho meals which they will serve during the day and evening Their charge for a meal will be only 25 cents but 15 cents extra will be charged for ices and cakes In addition they will have for sale a large and varied assortment of dainty articles suitable for Christmas presents Dont forget that ydu want to buy something nice for her tt and this is the place to Jet 4t Prices will be reasonable Let everybody attend and help these ladles to help the Y M C A tIm Early RMPS TIle tlIttIe pills f OLD TAYLORollJr THE YEE- MIERKENTUCKY taIf r E H TAYLOR JH L SONS PrtpriiMfy FrtHkfirt Kentucky 400 11 11 mfVE mv 4- rr Chiffon Neckwear Rnffd 100 to foOO Chiffon ScnrfB that are beautiei 50c to 350 Chiffon Stocks one in box beau tiful assortments f0c Chiffon Collars 25c Turnovers large assortment tOe Japanese HandDrawn Linen Mats and Scarfs ChristmasNovelties A Fine Assortment l1VLEFl frMOOREMOOREIn WHISKEY LETTER LIST The following is a list of the ad vertised letters for the week ending December 9 1005 Austin H S HenryBarnes Olive Bernds R Buokner Mrs Eliza Buscher Miss Lillian Butters Mrs William Cameron T Laird Clarke W H Elmore Bris- Forbidden Land Co Fruer John Hall Miss Lena Harrison Mattie Hodge Miss Rosa C Kirby W T Lacy Mrs J A Lawrence J N Losse Andy Masten Wesley Mason Miss Alice Mitchell Mrs Willie McCombTA McCoy Miss Lillie Norton Robt PyRoberts Miss Jessie Saffel Mrs M J Sanford J C Sheldon Freeman HarrySmith Steele Miss Annie P Stuart Sam UniversityTheTurner Frank Wehner B J Wood Miss Helun Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised It E M DRANE P M Croup instantly relieved Dr Thomas Eolectric Oil Perfectly safe Never tails At any drug store IrHANKS We have been placed under obli gations to Mr W H Watts theI hustling Superintendent of the Prudential Life Insurance Association for a beautiful sliver mounted paper- knife and a useful memorandum calendar for the year 1906IMr Watts represents one of if not the very best of the industrial insurance companies He is a clever and acomn dating gentleman We doslro to return our thanks for his courtesy DIRECTORY MEETING The Directory of the Womans Club will hold their regular monthly mooting this afternoon at 8 oclock A prompt attendance is requested arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier artj vermifuge They are not food r fmedicine and the best in use to pUt horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle 1 Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings 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 and draws out the inflammation Sold by J W Gayle A BAD SCARE badIscare you a your appendiaitisSafety Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at all druggists only 25c Try them tCtatl genuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold la elle day Dr Weavers Treatment tji t for the blood rate lor ikinempti l FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on ft Threequarters of a mile from city limits ee- MRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tli tee NO SECRET ABOUT IT It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buckleus Arnica Salve II It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes tt writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25o at all druggists IA FOOLISH PLAT TU a Joy to eatt welcome dinner hour eecause I rout indigestion with August Flower indigestionbiliousnessz anemia thcaI testinal canal and numerous other ailments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob you of itself Im bound in the bowels is a common expression of who look misJ persistJin I CfWhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustFlowerconstipation and all stomach ills theliversizes 350 and 750 All druggist IFor sale by J W Gayle HtF HilloomeyerSons BLUE GRASS NURSERIES j Lexington Ky Offer for the Fall of 1905 a full r stock of Fruit and Ornamental AsparagusSmall etc JdirectCatalogue on applicationj Illinois Central i Seventh River Louisville No11Jeaves940J 102LMCS122Leavesintermediatepointstown Hodgenvillo and Hopklnsvillo no Hodgenvillo 188LeveeFor Central City Connecting service to 1 wf f kt I ITftraaiiKioitBouiiilaBQilt Entered at the postof lee at Frankfort lien tucky as secondclass niailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 9 1905 ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICE Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P O Elks held their annual Lodge of Sorrow on Sunday afternoon at the Opera House at oclock There was a large crowd present The exercises were opened In due term by Exalted Ruler R W Mc BeryA male quartet consisting of Messrs J S Weathers B M Keenon Richard K McClure Jr and Earl Rogers rendered delight Jill music Mist Harriett McClure sung a beautiful solo appropriate to the occasion Mr J MoC Van Derveer also sang a delightful solo Hon W Preston Kimball of Lex ington delivered a beautiful and appropriate address The male quartet sung another beautiful song and the benediction was pronounced by Rov C R Hudson The whole affair was well man aged and appropriate and reflects credit upon this charitable and fra ternal organization CONGRESS CONVENES Presidents Message a Lengthy and Able Document Congress assembled on Monday last in 59th Session The nominees of the Republican Caucus from Speaker Jos C Can won of Illinois down to the inferior officers were elected and in ducted into office The message of President Roose- Velt which was an able and ex liaustive document of considerable length was read to both houses on TuesdayEven those who differ from the views of the President express the opinion that it is one of the ablest doouments yet presented by a President SPLENDID MAN GOES TO HIS REWARD Mr Chas S Green of Louisville but formerly Assistant State Au For Thin Babiesf Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny ScottsI Emulsion is wants the healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be sure that this picture It the form of a label Is on th wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy Scott dr Bowne- Chemists 4Q941S Purl Strait diem York 50c and ditJ MJ V 1a y Mothei Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let yon know that your medicines have cured little girl of of spasms She commencedhavingthem- at three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits a form He did her no She was so nervous she coulhardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave hoc in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was ago and she has not had an attacksince we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture inlaw lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank much tor your good medicines and kind advice I dont there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet lives out ir ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles s end for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad ditor died at his home on Tuesday last aged 79 years Mr Green was a hightoned upright Christian gentleman of the old school who was never afraid or ashamed to stand for right truth and Chris tianity His death will cause many hearts in this city to be saddened who knew and loved hint while a resident of this city u WILL LETCURE TONIGHT Rev O L Powers will deliver a lecture at North Fork Church Switzer tonieht at 7 oclock This delightful lecture will prove a source of great pleasure to all who hoar this eloquent young minister dsliver it BOARD OF EDUCATION OR GANIZED The now Board of Education organized on Tuesday night by the electron of the following officers PresidentH H Roberts Secretary L B Marshall TreasurerW H Hoge The now members of the Board are Messrs H H Roberts J C Hubbard and S W Howell who were all reelected without opposition SPLENDID AND INTERESTING ADDRESS 0The local Y has secured Dr J A Stuoky of Lexington the eminent physician and earnest philanthropist to deliver an ad dress at the Opera House tomor row Sunday afternoon at oclock His theme will beliThe Prodigal DaughterAdmission will be ticket only which can bo had from Secretary Swaine There will also be special music by a male quartet Every man should hoar this address NEW HANDS AT THE HELM The new Mayor and City Council were sworn into office on Monday night last in the Council Chamber The caucus nominees for the fol lowing offices wore then elected Mayor Pro Tern Win Congleton City AttorneyWm Cromwell AssessorJohn Dolan City Engineer Robt A Frazier City TreasurerHoward Johnson The City Clerk City Physician and Collector had their elections postponed for a while The firemen were elected as fol lowsChiefGeo Conway Firemen Wra Triplett Harry Jeffers and Will Kennedy Keeper WrkhouseEmll Haldi Cluck Keeper T Gainey New manMayor Hume announced the selection of the following as the police forc- eChiefY D Mangan PatrolmenJames Brown Jas B Hamilton David Reagan HI David Harrod Richard Johnson Wm Hayden P B Lilia Edward Pierce rr1 f COUNTRY CLUB Elect Now Officers and Committees for Ensuing Year The annual meeting of the Frank fort Country Club was hqlcl Mon day night at the Elks Club and was largely attended by the members Reports of tho various officials were read and received The following officers and standing committees were elected for the ensuing year- PresidentWilliam Congloton Vice President George B Har perSeoretAryD D Smith Treasurer Will Pruitt BOARD OF GOVERNORS Three Year TermA D Martin George L Payne George Baker Goo F Berry Two Year Term Dr John G South W F Dandridge J Buford Hendrlok and T H Stagg One Year TermJohn Selbort Ben Marshall C F Uooe C W Snitch House Committee WeP Gra ham Chairman Frank G Stagg John P Solbert Mrs W W Longi moor Mifcs Anne Thomas Miss Mary Belle Taylor Mrs John G SouthGreens CommitteeDr H S Roller Chairman DykoHazolrigg A C VanWinkle Molt Ayres Mrs John W Rodman Mrs Thomas A Hall Mrs George B Harper Committee on Dancing Buford Heudrick Chairman H G Tandy Bacon Blanton C W Hay Ben Koennn Richard McClure T8wl gert Taylor Mason P Brown and Dr C A Fish- Committee on Tennis A D Mar tin Chairman O W MoAlpine Polk Lafloon H P Mason Jr Percy Hoge Rev A B Chinn Guy H Briggs Committee on Trap Shooting Geo F Berry Chairman George L Payne C P Chenault R A Baker B G Williams Jos R Newton H D Wood Robinson Farmer Edward Fennell Auditing Committee Capt W A Lutkemeier Dr John P Stow art Pollock Paynter W J Roberts W S Rosson Membership Committee Polk Laffoon Chairman George L Payne Pruett Graham John W Rodman George B Harper a 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 friends When I had consumption in its first stage1 writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medi cines and a good looter in vain I at last took Dr King New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores 50o and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free- SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE The French Senate has finally passed the bill which had hereto fore passed the Assembly provid log for a separation of church and State The vote stood 181 for the bill to 102 against it It has been a long and hard struggle but right has finally pre vailed WHISKY TAX RAISED The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has fixed the val uation of whisky in bond for taxa tion at 10 per barrel in place of 8 as it has been for several years W Early Rtors- Th famous Itttto pith CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption- Is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration the morning is made certain by Syrups so is a good nights rest and absence of that weakening cough RestJlessto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking reguIlarlyof the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 26c regular size 7oc At atl drug gists yr J Pleasant to 1uKe Laxative Jw Syrup NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION V Ask Your Doctor t And he will tell Laxative Fruits and their extracts aree f InormalzriilaboutSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Naiisepiisness1 Bloated Feeling etc fl VJ Your money WIll be returned if you do nnot like it bett ti tlalr ng 1Y f rJ lany other you have tried a rv IIi eltf It ALL DRUGGISTS 25lAND 50fr PERtfOTISitem qti Tobacco Bellows Blowers IHoes Forks Spadesr tI Cradles and Fingers IScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrowvs Thresher Machine Oil j ir 0Tarpaulins Bt Monkey Wrenches f lfir Pipe Fittings and Wrenches iII1J FRANK U STAGG Ji1 Hardware Paints Oils Etce r Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qua m The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hasid Mado iiSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN BfttSCOLL jl s v 216 St Clair Std Frankfort Kentucky Phones Office New Old Residence New M Old Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours 9a mtol2m 2pmto5pm 8pmOmceNo Str over Barretts Residence No 035 Todd Street Frankfort Jry88m FOR SALE- THOR000HBRD POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and up Single Comb Whjte Leghorn Hens Irooeaoh Barred Flymotb Hook Cockerels v 300 and app V Address EUGENE E HOGE 72m Frankfort Ky SOUtliefflHnilwalJe iJ Shortest and Fastest Lines from i Lexington and TOI Louisville iIi l St Louis and the West f f two Trains Dallyas follows = t 1isvlUe612pm r Carry ingivegtibuled coaches and jll f Car Meals c4 q changeLeave 1isvllleCarrying Free Reclining Chair 0 srs and Pullman Sleeper throu bIchangeR Ca lierfchgat Ills t ast Mtn St UXljipt n KyR cf r or LouisyllU Ky t I WflwfcAy iV if J t jJ 1 itt Dont Fail to Attend Frankforts Great I POULTRy SaOwu r JI The State Fanciers and Breeders Association of Kentucky Frankfort Ky will hold their First Annual ExhibitionI IJece1llher 1 20 21 22 1 OBEntries Positively Close December 15th 11 Exhibit your Poultry and Pigeons with them Write Jfhn H Cassell Secretary Frankfort Ky for Handsome Catalogue f POULTRY SHOW PRIZES i We give below the silver cups which are offered as the prizes in the Poultry bcw The atfalr premises to be one of tile largest and mo prettlodirfThe1 lower rooms in the pld Yeonmn bull ling recently vacated b y Ropers d Sone will be the place where the exhibition will be held It svi bebllLfintly g ited at night 1 INI EN A L REVENUE Assignments for December in the Seventh District of Kentucky as made by Collector Roberts D tniery No1 Stoll Cu Tex flutyfhitllnJ T E Oldham meal room1 tr LlollIt ir 2 Kentucky River Distillery TrtitkfnrtJ L Cox day M Stevenson additional G T Soearce additional FD Clark jgnuger 8 H E Poguo Distillery CII Mayaville Oscar Grigsby any Wallinjiford additional and but r tllng h M Gaffln gauger 4 W A Gaines Co Frankfurt I3tlmiltonaddilditional D BWaloutt additional I W H Sliced bottling T L Moj Connell gauger 6 J E Pepper Co Lexington 111IIItBerrys6 Poyma Bros Co MaysvlUe VC Slye Storekeeper nUJllr L OreenliatirnMidwayWS Additional Henry NewHom addi IVTa 10 Peauouk Distillery Co KI t tonWiG Cook day D U1erry roan gauger 11 s Q Herbst Frarikfort A Vt Nazor storekeeperganger 14 G G White Co Paris J M Walker day J P Hutohuraft bottlingD17 Old tfcBrayer Difttillerj Co ttaySpeedbottling J A Eagtln er 24 J5 Rogers Co MnysvDlo lH G Holiday gauger ecr1Sn88 ueortru BakerS Frankfort Amos Grifllth E B DavlR Steplianskigluuer t 87 John Coohran f Co Frank f i lort Buokner McElroy day I T LwJ 46 J EPept r CoYarnall j r j P rw + 1 tonT M Bnrbrldge dayLrunby adilltionnl and bottling T gutlJerJ L Osborn storekeeperaauner VorenillesGuWiiitehuu 62 Lnhrofc Graham Frankfort T Burry day P G PnwellIadditional and bottling S Iknrton gaigor SOliSIlilTe additional J M Tanner botthug T1 Craig night T L gangerI Co PnrlsTM Uussoll day N A Moore ad nddlIi72 J J Chambers Moans Ky J M Bmsvn Htorukeenergauger HI J M Frankfort W B Anderson flay G Brn wIInert additional and bottling F Clark gauger FranktortJStumpingGrouudH Itnll urJFrptikfortAPiper Additional D Harp odds tioiml George T Mountjoy addl JIOroom J BDaley night C N Wiar land R Craig gauchrrf FtnnlfartR n bottlingJuttml84 U O William Blaine J M Patrick storekeeper gauger LimostoneE 8P849 Ellington Johnson Lime stoneJ 0 Holbrook storekeeper 6j85pCo Wobbvillo Bolla Fannin at Htuiokoopergatiger nToxlngtcfnHSparks storekeepergaugera General Lex ingtonG B Bullock C Lexington Ronf If lrr Houses Stoll Co J PJ Pepper Co R S Stradtir k Son The W J Smith Co = TH Shelby Jr Jaujjor qusaJP NEW OFFICERS Y M I The following officers were elected by Lambert Young Council Y M etIion Sunday afternoon John R Sower First Vice President B Ebner Second Vice President J F DolaqRecording Secretary O T Cantyv EICollinsTreasurerH F Lutkemoier MarshalEd Outside Inside FreemanI meter Executive Committee T B Newman Jas Sullivan G B Sal ender r REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mr G A Thomas and wire have sold to Mrs Mary E Moore a house and lot on Logan street Colisid eration 1200 cash j Mrs Merchant has sold to Mrs J S Goodrich a house and lot on 0600DINING When the westbound C O train reached this city on Tuesday the dining car was found to be on fire It was extinguished as at first sup posed at time depot but broke out again before the train reached th water station whore it was detached and sent to Lexington WHY SO WEAK SappingYourPeople Have Beamed This Factt When a healthy mall or woman begins to run down without ap parent cause becomes weak lan gold depressed suffers backache urinarydisordersthe cause of it all Keep the kid neys well and they will keep you suretis Frankfortvtestimony toA prove it MrT Thorntonwife TThorn ton barber of 638 Short StroetIsaysA constant dull achin across the small of my back caused my kidneys has annoyed me years 0n account of this and hasito do any hard work about the house at all There was a constant irritation from the kidney score unIIthey Pills wore recommended to me so highly that I got a box at J W certainlyhelpedbetter than I had for a long time land I have nohesitanoy in reoom tozmanytrouble of any kind1 For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf falo N Ytsole agents for the United States Doans1landIMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE SOUTHERNI On Friday bar 1st the fol iRyNo1 now leaving Louisville at a m Will depart at 8 a in 9 now leaving Louisville at p m will depart at 880 p m 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 m t No 24 now leaving LoxingtonatA a m will depart at 646 a NO 2 now leaving Lexington 680 m will depart at 6p m- Correspond inc changes will be at local stations and passen intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information 812D16dA IW 0n14 1B8mtU rMII Athe Atoaw 6 Is what Mrs Stovallof TltonG said after Kodol l Cure wonj being r stored tol health by this edy YOU may well if you will it nearly all the ness that have It deprives the system of ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and diseased Kodol Dyspepsia enables the stlmach and digestive to digestand assimilate all of the whole some fdod that may be eaten It nourishe- the body and rebuilds the weak restoring health and strength Kodol Indigestion constipation dyspepsia risings belchiD2 heartburn and all stomac disorders EateDolluhattbholdfuflan trial er cent eln ILof n Cure mparta at the oretorrotaaDWlttd Ic 0 TIME TABLE SOUTH A Cf Lexington == Sbelbniile LoalsTllIe NORTH R SbelojTllle FrankTort Louisville Lexington frau The fort Gl Oi Local Time In Effect Juce 5th M o8f Indigestion La = vr Midland UAILY EXCKPT SUNDAY N 2 D Frankfort Ar 25720 206 6 20ILv Summit 712 211 6 Elkhorn 3 6 Switzer 1103 668229 06S Stamping Ground 1053 648 2 86 6 68 0 2 7 05 Johnson 6 2 1035 6 251 7J5 t O SDepotJ 1080 6 C17II811 7 37 Elizabeth 842 665 147 fPark Jnnotn 882 6 45 to Ar l Paris r Lv 8801542 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q U Corinects at PaAa Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BXTWEKN CINCIrTNATiVIA PMIAMI AM P 2 oe 020 Lr Frankfort Ar 7 illaBKTWMtN FRANKFORT 6r CINCINNATI tVIA PABIS K P M 620 900 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 715 a Lt Georgetown Ar 8 765 8 fJ Lv Ar 109Q BIO Ar Cincinnati Lv 3 KENTUCKY CENTRAL KR POINTS PS25P 7 60A A Paris L 880A5421 709A2451815P 5iA Cincinnati Ll 6 HAYPrue P 4 SCOTT NEWBOLD I D El QON a andrasty CONTRACTORS Designs of a AND Old phone PlannedI638 1 LOAD OF BOOKS House Failed be Sold At Once atto 50 cents on the Dollar e are Sample Prices Jyrlghts were 160 Ouricts List includes Call of the Wild Millions Graustark1 r David Harum Britannica 10 leather regular 3600 775 Charles Dickens works 15 vols regular price 205 Special Worlds Best Shakespeare Longfellow De edition padded pure gold uJnr 150 our price 70 guaranteed to be new satisfactory or your without question or any book or set of want at a fraction of the while they last Get bargain list before order to 00 per cent on Christ f it today fS B CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL gr iEUGENE Special i s + + + J r i TERRITORY MADE TOq rI AND THEIiSOUTHWEST VIAr J llllND BSON ST LOflIS RY I ass with all other routes sato November 7th and YlthSand 19th will bear final limit 21 daya to date of sale f r A HOME i land is cheap and from it certain information inquire of L J IRWIN Passenger A ent- Louisville Ky h Passenger Agent iit Of All toj SEFULXjMASo Presentsline Estate Arizona Cook Ranges Chafing Soup Turines Berry Spoon Rogers Knives and Forks Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Vases Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos BUy Rugs Kinds P Ca SOWER CO Hardware Merchants w CHRISTMAS WITHOUT SOMETHING0 FROM SELBERTS qt 3 Would be Santa Claus Without His Sleighi l Immense preparations have been made to meet the requirements of every one from the simplest little gift to one magnificence Just plenty of suggestions and every one full of merits t We mention below a few things appropriate for Christmas In every instance you will find the prices the lowest for rs wares which of such a character that would care to give to a friend or relative We still execute orders for engravingin time i for Christmas but please let us have the ordersas early as possible as even the greatest human endeavor has its hmlteii Rare Jewels Our showing of Jewelry for both men and women offers hundreds of sugges tions for graceful gifts and moreover those which are of permanent beauty and value We can give but a hint of the feast we spread Diamond Jewelry Our Diamonds are graded matched and pure color Truly a gift of rare Rings set stone or several matched Prices 7 to Written fortho Roundabout RIGHT LIVING TODAY teat name up in its most unentranc Ing guise and was answered by a manwho would have thought it of a man The subject for discussion turned upon the nature and condi tion of work The stfbjeatmatter A very young girl who had become weary of a certain lowly position And wanted the gentlemans influ ence to assist her in sectoring a higher classed one He gave her good advice with a promise to do all within Ids power to aid her cause As she turned away I asked her name and was given the above reason for the Visit I then expressed pro bounced views as to industrial oc cupations being taught boys and girls believing that such an education would fit and prepare them employment not alone in cities bpt In scientific country farming as well k My friend replied I could that girl a position in my family at a salary much larger than she could secure either In shop or factory of store and yet if I were to offer or suggest such a thins she would feel offended It would never do her to wash dishes or assist my daughter on wife lit keeping house The indignity of such a proposi Yr pI Heating Stoves Stoves Dishes Carving Silver and Glass To delight the housewife or mother nothing quite approach ver or rich Cut Glass There are SQ many times during the year when shed be glad and proud to her home and table tastefully forth perfectly and of exceptionally quality witlione 800 eto for Rive for can Brooches Silver Sterling is dbtained silversmiths the country In purity unrivalled HollowareComprising Bowls Tea Sets Cups Flat WareForks Spoons hi exquisite patterns NI A SELJBERT oonIItront be considered for a momenti 1Iit on same plane with other economics make a woman feel that being a good cook a fine house keeper and a homekeeper is of mure value in the sight of God than the more measuring of lace or manipulation1 a typewriter To in view the thought that there is no disgrace in going into the kitchen or the dining room 1n your or any more than going out to work in or factory- How shall we educate to this end Whose is the fault that white girls will not accept employment in such service And the coloured youth are so highly educated that it is all impossibility to introduce them to work Do you consider he continued how the country is being lated and the borne life broken Our streets filled rural youth who illy prepared to contend with all the evil tendencies and- influonces by which they sur rounded and who grow holloweyed and miserable over insufficient food and warped environments Oh the pity of it all They are too stricken to pf any thing trying tb keep the wolf from boor breaking the laws SM 11llIv ji Call and see our of Oak you pretty Sil sec set gems up Both Pliones 307309 Main St like of Gifts are can but A pretty Pin is always a new delight to any woman We have them plain or colored gold enamel and gem setPrices range in Solid Gold from 15 to 800 Our Silver from the master of and grace it is Dishes etc Knives many the to the keep home store depopu with are are poverty think the in oY God and desecrating His holy days Whose is the fault Is it not time to call a halt To return to the Simple Life in truth to go back to the neglected and take up the sweet homefarmI oflabor in its truest Keeping house in the country must be done today on modern plans with conveniences for the house mother a s well as the father helper Small farms and divers fled farming Small fruits pasture Theliquiet of the country its sweet nearness to nature the charm of innocent pleasure and the freedom of speech and Its just due1 How much more oft similar advice and methodizing my gentleman friend would have indulged in remains to be proven for Just in the midst of a serious preamble I was called away and the conversation paused Yet the question was answered once and forever The poor ye have with you always and when ye will you may do then good11 is as old as the Book itself but the how confronts us Shall we offer them a stone if they ask for bread Will they give us a serpent if we require com pensation Look about ns on every side and witness the degrading of the individual in the composite whole Who dare stand up in the face of publicity and declare it a crima 1 t Lockets Pendents- We Jd are nyiking a beautiful showing of these everdesirable jewels exhibiting tJ fgoldback for neck chain Prices 8 to 40 0 t1 CJlt Glass F t i Everyone who drops in this store comments upon the j extraordinary display of Cut Glass which we are offering this season The patterns are artistio and tthe assortment superb The prices are much lower i than goods of equal value are offered elsewhere r Prices range from 15 to 100 r t J Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street II IF YOU BUY IT AT 8ELBERTS ITS GOOD C 1 to got drunk In a bar room in open daylight Who so brave as to swear out a writ against the man who sells his vote Who would be simple sufficient to advocate the right adjustment of laws civil judicial and supreme and abide by them or the consequences It were well enough to ask oneself tho question of municipal ethics and pause for an instant on the thrpsholdof the answer Am I my brothers keeper In this great storehouse of Gods kingdpm there is a place for labor be it great or small and thou and I must work while it is yet day If it be the service in unknown silence or in the busy haunts of employment let us work with a concentered purpose an aim knowing that it snot In vain iii the Lord N S COX December 5 190- 5HUGE TASK It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kid ney disease as that of O F Collier of Cherokee In but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not 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 SOc Br W sveri Sjrrsp and Cent- leNNrfsl tn taNOl ice Weed sad tk1a dheMiw f ojJ tll l CATHOLIC MISSION t The Passionist Fathers held a mission at tho Church of the Good Shepherd commencing on Tuesdayrmorning at 0 oclock Rev Fathers Lambert and Theo i dore conducted the mission There wore large crowds in attendance at each servloefw l WANTED By Chicago whole sale and mail order house assist ant manager man or woman for adjoiniuaterritorySalaty f weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience required r1te at once for full ticulars enclose selfaddressed J COOPER CO 410t 182 Lakp St Chicago IlliFOR SALE I have a splendid Jersey Bull 9tJmonths old registered pedigree DurhamojMlloh rply to G H MASTIN KyOctDr RP Buckmasterst- eopathic Physician Office at Mrs Wm 6DonnellV J 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY Br T nTe1875 48tfr ttZratf y i crot i BelowJThese Prices will continue until the last of December Don Forget f fJ DKEISS GOODS r One lot 60c and 79c Goods 39c 5Oiu Mohair worth 86c 49c17f r Plaid Waisting worth SOc lie SILKSiit is more delightful than Silk for Skirt orDress as an Xmas I present Black Silk r 69c from 110 to20b 7bc s1Silks Umbrellasr i One lot SOc tl One lot 98c REME11BERThere will Something New Every Week at RELIGIOUS1 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JaURCHRev A B Ohinn the 1rectp r being sick Rev R C Cns we i of Lexington will conduct the servloesISurula Dacombor 10 i fta m Morning Prayer and Ser motif Oreo atnri SnVbatJuBtihool in th o1npelt m Evening Prayer and Sermon p v fWodnosday v J r 7 y Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 m The public cordially invited to Attend i CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J Hudson the pastor will fSupdayschodlo Christian Endeavor Society meets At 646 in the ohapel LeaderMiss Frances Threlkeld Topic The City of Go- dPrayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 in the chapel VThe Junior Society meets Tues at 9 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Su da s hoot at2 p in Vespers at 780 p m BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M 33 Adams D D the pastor wil preach at 11 a m and p m Sundayschool at 045 a m in the chapel taughtbyt Baptist Young Peoples i wil meet in the chapel at 645 p m on Wednesda ohapelVisitorsSeats flee- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BlayltoyD 1am and 783 p m Sundayschool at 980 n m 1 Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 680 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evon 13ng at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed 4METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach nt lIaln and 780 p m Sundayschool 946in m Junior League at 8 p in Senior nt7 p m Prayermeeting evening at 780 p m on Everybody invited to vedneRdaYI SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH Rey Win Crpwe pasi ti tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 pm Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 l ms = j Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody i vI2to attend j Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minn to Cough Cure outs the muous draws tnation qnt of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes andicures A quick euro fOr Croup and Whooping Cough JlSold by J Gayle lII W1jt WOl Ns- iofn LI er 11 Attfng ot Ile- VomahaClub t p1da 80 Inoe Yit hj thelaiIeimWuiMhi T 1 ash gton St tl t 1 r41lsr1kQ att 1Nt 1ifU1 e piQ t nd their wSweaters A most beautiful line at less than cos- tSheets and Pillow Cases Pillow Cases 9c Readymade Sheets 49c Embroideries and Laces Embroidery5c 3c 8c quality 5c 10c quality 7c Torchon Lace 3c Stockings- One lot at 9c be guests with a piano recital by Mr Robert C Young Itching piles Never mind if youIr0 there 50 tientsat ally drug store POULTRY SHOW Enter Your Birds now Dont Waite Daym Entries Positively Close Deoem ber 15 Local fanciers should take notice that December 15th is the last dayj they can outer their birdsfor Poultry Sho y to be held December 19 20 21 22 Their birds should in e the hall Monday December 18th The Association has rented tb store room in the old Yeoman Building formerly occupied by R Rogers Son to hold their exhibition This exhibition will be the finest over seen in this part of the country and nQ one can afford to miss the opportunity of seeing this display of thoroughbred fowls The hall will be open for admission from 8 a m to 10 p m each day of the Show Admission adults 25c children under fourteen lOc Season tickets 600 THE VANDERSLOOTS JUST AT THE BREAK OF A IASUPERB COMPOSITION Prior to the lecture by Mr Col MethodistnChurch evening a corn posed of John Vandersloot and his sisters Misses Sue and Raba sun Just at the Break of Day n late publication by the Vnndersloot MusioVDompnny nnd doubtless one of the most expressive songs heard in this city in ninny years Resides being n recital of an Incident that appeals to sympathy the author Harry J Lincoln has caught the spirit of patriotic pathos that clings ntwhHSIitself story And time ryttun too appeal ling to the ear like the melody of n cadence born of Joy loads one tromp pleasure to ecstatic bliss and one wishes when the song is done that It night go on It is of interest foreverIthing of the now song a touch of which is a letter from Mr Lincoln glVelllnl thor to tho Vnnderslott O in which he says GentlemenII bog to acknowledge receipt of your oheok in full to date and for which please accept many thanks It will no doubt interest you to know what others think of my latest effort Just at the Break of DayE I1vaeoflered f2600 for nlliny right title and interest in tho song but flatly refused the offer I consider t t Life bet thing I havp ewgt writ and nm con fid en t tuj with uf push and ehergy i vill gdtl h one of the grtodtbfltsbhg lyCIUTrrJDSlm to DUCAPI0 1AL T- 96ATE r DES rOFJIErqT4 v ir ff finaturnl 1roeouraesl n i M 1Rp oall the tcome and live with us 0 f h UNDERWEAR Every piece of this Underwear is new stock and perfectly fresh You will never have such a chance again Ladies Pants 21c Ladies Vests 21c Ladies Vests 48c Ladies vests 53c Ladies Pants 53c Ladies Union Suits 53c Ladies Union Suits worth Stand S15O extra value now 69c and 9Sc Childrens Union Suits 31c JOHNSON CO because we have good air and good water and sood oil awl good timb and coal and iron under the groun in other words because Gad hn been generous to the laud Well the truth isthe land was reall richer when the Indians held than it is now and the water was just as good the air was just as pure nnd there were more forest- and more iron and coal than ther are now For that matter there are undeveloped regions in South- Amerioa that have many natura advantages oven over the great an varied natural advantages of our State This program of inviting settler- is a program of sheer dependence on Nature It implies the old con ception of education the old con ietakes no account or little account of the art that men play in making wealth Within reasonable lists it matters little what naturtrlta done for a country If you take any land in the temperate zone and put well trained men there the laud will turn out to be all right What did Nature do for Holland which is the most densely peopled country of Europe and one of the mot thrifty and happy Nature over flowed it with the sea and man had to reclaim the very soil be lives Ion I know a part of our own coun try poorer in natural sources than almost any other part and yet the people who live there make nor kinds of useful and beautiful thing- than the same number of make anywhere else in America and more of them are rich or well todo than the people in any part enggages as large a part of the popula ion as any other single industry and there is as much money spent on schoolhouses and their equip ment and on libraries as is spent in the equipment of ally single indus try countifor tnbleIwill go from all parts of the world After the first pioneer settlements throatIraIsouroes1l of itself Nature alone never prosperous StatosWalteim H Page knoywhothe gifts of nature and they sit and do nothing until others who are better educated in science nnd industrial arts come in seize the available opportunities purchase for a pittance the undeveloped pos sibilltios and thus become wealthy while the native population remain pile in the midst of surrounding SDINels1re11The are paying with hard labors at 76 cents Ma day for Improved inn oh inery invented by odtic ted brain tahis tea tariff of 82oto 4251 t day levied iinpn us by education We work at75 tltl day to pay ofwhiclliNorth1nrellima r f hr Yi t Whatever development there resourceserits to cap ditalists and trusts from outside of s tho State while the original land owners the farmers of the State crumbsyit tahleTohll Casper Brnnner If the Souths raw material were manufactured into the fin ished it would make this inea pound and we buy it back from New England mills at from 40 cents to 160 pound We sell stooldget from 500 to 5000 a ton for it So it is all the way through the foundasaffairs must be laid in time school roomNorth Mississippi Hnrald We nil want Kentucky developed peotwealth of the State go to Kentuckians At present some of the rich est portions of the State are passing andsby educated men from other States while the hardest of the work will be done by ignorant Kentucky oiti zeus as day laborers Let our motto ever be entuoky for Kentuokians and lets make it possible by educating the next generation according to the de mands of the agetPEA RIDGE School is nearly out and the chil then are busy getting memory speeches etc We believe every goodetheireMrs L Moore and daughter Miss Icy and cousin Miss Bessie Moore were the of Miss Edith last Mr weekIMoore Mr John Edge Jr and sister were the guests of Miss Kate Suter at Antioch one evening this weekIpleasant evening was spent by the young people who were thereIMr Lister Moore and nie Moore of Bensonw ore married Tuesday night at the home of her father Judge Dan Moore We con gratulate Lister on winning such a beautiful nnd sociable girl but we are sorry to lose her from the vicin ity She was a fine singer and her voico will be greatly missed at time among the farmers Is approaching and we are sorry to some nicest neighbors gfltbTking of moving further on SCRIBE THE HICRS FOR 1906 The Rev JrIR Hicks Almanac wiUll0t be published for 1006 but his Monthly Journal Word and Works has been changed into large and costly and it wiiljcontnjn his storm and weather s other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecast from January to Juno readyIeclorefcaats from July to December splendid1lagazhlo i1avid you will Jiavo it The No yemljat mid January numbers eon the Rev trl R Hicks fore lsts for tlt whole yettr andmore mlete than qv er can be had by sending at once 25 oentsLCWord nn JVor slPlbU8hlm Cop puny 2 0l Loodelt8treot bt 89m i t n + DrWji4ferfTreatmentr f linip parlflH he ktytf Owitt heal ikln enpUor Paper Hair Pins Roll Tape 2e Paper Pins 2c Feather Stitched Braid 4c Dozen Safety Pins 4c Extra Value Pearl Buttons 5o Yard Wide Bleached Cotton 5c Yard wide Unbleached Cotton 5o Good Combs 5o Dress Shields lOo Good Tooth Brushes l0040 in Ribbon14cFancy Hat Pins 10c Good Bath Towels lOc Good Apron Gingham 5o Best Calico 40 Fine Corsets 490 S DI I INature churchMoving ALMANAC icA 60 Y RS IIXPERI NCf TRADE MARKcCOPYRIGHTS c cquicklyInvention Is probably Jlatent abl Coraraunlc on Patentsent free Oldest agency for securinirpatenta recelvespecial Scierttific Jlmeritanjhandsomely llhistratcd weekly Largest drcnlatlon of cientlflo journal Terms U 1 year fonr months fl Sold by all newsdealers tyn YorkBranch fi New Fast Tra- inColorado TO l ftPAOIFIOThe new trains will leave St Louis 000 a m dally The evening trains to same point serviceThroughaco Excursion tickets now on sale For addressRTrav Pass Atrt Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo DAILY EXCVRSIONSy TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats i Port Huron By the Magnificent SttamtH of the Sun UNf Leavlngfoot of bfadisonStreetDadlrat OIJA u after tstSundayut BXC1IhIGBI 91Sundayo7sc olDialuidbmhSpiclalRatto Seelrrli Cfbieconhectionsatbettoitwithfilejm er the SeoifPulut tc AcatprwrItddJ r pets aiNYJi 6ifHt 1J u J fJ STAMPING GROUND Miss Mnrnprut Gibson of Cincinnati was the guest of Mrs G E Wilkorson this week Mrs Thos Hook visited Mrs Laura Bower at Paris Thanks giving Day The Baptist Indies Aid Society cleared a neat sum at their supper Fat hops are scarce and high bringing bettor prices than Cincin nati quotations Married Mr Charles Honnkor and Miss Helen McKibbon wero married by Elder W 0 Cresie Many of our farmers took advan tage of the cold spell to slaughter their hogs Mr W L Hook had a accident to happon to him on 1hnrsj day when ho slipped from n loaded wagon and twisted his knee Joint which is worse than if ho had broken his limb He suffered greatly but thinks he will be around in a week or so Mr Omor Hawkins and wife have gone to housekeeping in the house lately vacated by Mr Thos Spald ing Mr Thos Spalding who has boon operating the saloon of Messrs Coleman McKeever which was recently burnod nut sold the rem nant of the stool together with the In unexpired part of the license to the other two saloonists and has moved back to Frankfort DiedOn Saturday after a long illness Mrs Jennie Lindsay aged 60 She leaves throe children lames Robert tutu Sallie She was n faithful member of the Bap tist Church The funeral was con ducted on Sunday by Rev G W Hill and the remains were laid away In the Baptist Cemetery The big rain of Tuesday night and Wednesday did considerable damage The Iron bridge over LeComptes Run was damaged by the abutment washing away The bridge was washed about 100 feet The heavy rain of Saturday again put the streams up and caused R F D Carrier W E Coleman to come near being drowned and his horse and wagon also lost of the mail was afterwards roooI ered in a damaged one pouch has not been found It was a close call for Mr ColemanUNO CLEAR THE WAY The mission of Early Risers to clear the way and give isI full sway These famous pills rid the stomach and bowels of all putrid matter thus removing the causes of headache constipation sallow complexion etc De Witts Little Early Rh ers never gripe or sicken A safA pleasant 11olerkTwo bottles of these Famous Lit oonIstlpation S Dr Weavers Syrup FtlttH the blood Cerate ointment for the elf OPENING OF SOUTHERN RAILWAYS HARRODSBURG DANVILLE FOR PASSENGER BUSINESSI Official announcement has been made by the passenger department of the Southern that the Danville extension from Harrods burg to Danville a distance of nine miles will be opened for passenger traffic on Friday December The schedule betweent Louisville and Lexington and Lou- Isville and Danville has also been officially announced and will go Into effect on 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 been with the same number of through trains each way every day The opening of the new line will considerably the time of the through southern trains on the Southern Railway and the Queen Crescent Route Through sleep ers will go from St Louis and Louisville by way of Danville connect ing with the Q C fust trains at that With the trainsmeet InK at Danville a distance of 85 miles Is saved and the time can be- bortened Lexington as well as Danville will profit by the change in the time same number of trains and the same train service will be in effect to Lexington and the new time will be much more convenientIand others Louisville The early train Louisville for Laxiifgtari will be retained The next train which now leaves at 740 a m will leave at 8 and will reach Lexing ton correspondingly later The early afternoon win leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and will make connection for Q 0 local at Lexington Under the newtrtraiifcenientthero will be four trains change between Louisville and Lexington Ineaob direction and two trains without change be tween Louisville and DanIIlln each direction The track between Harrodabwrff and Dainrille has been used bythe freight ieike but it Narutboughttbeitt1iot o run pt rU l hid been st1ei1nelIyae4 rlly- The Rinthir Merrodaberg- end rt 41ybIoperaied ows BJ11t taa ea R4MI- 4 n i t before One train will be used and lwurlytripsnecting at Burgln with all Q C trains This service will give liarrodeburg two ways to connect with the Q0T- he following is the official an nouncement of train service as companyTrain Louisville at H00a m instead of 740 a tno with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1055 a in 1115 a m respectively stopping only at important points en route This train will also carry St Louis sleeper through to Danville Trait No 23 will leave Louisville at 745 p m instead of 7251 m with through equipment for both Lexington nut Danville those points at 1045 p oclock p m arIivingI ping only at important This train will also carry Cafe Car from St Louis through to Danville serving supper leaving Louisville Train No 5 will leave Louisville lnglocnlton at 940 a in This 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 No 9 will leave Louisville 380 p in 20 minutes earlier than at present making local stops and tnIfor Branch points but will connect with Q C Route train Np 9 for local points on that line arriving Danville at 803 p m illeiand Sp louis arriving at former point Jit845 a m and St Louis at 612 p in Connecting train will leave Lexington at 545 a m with through teaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan ville train at Lawrenceburpr Train No2 will leave Danville 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 732 a m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 6 p m with through coaches for Louisville which be attached to the Danville train at Lawrenceburg Lexingtoning local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a m This train will make connection at Lexington with lonvingDnnvilleTrain No6 will leave Lexington presonttmtlkipglocal at 615 p m This train will Con neat at Lexington with Q C Route local train leaving Danville at 106 p m All of theabove trains will run dailyBetween Harrodsburg and Bur gin a frequent service will be maintained through the day trains leaving Harrodsburg as follows 605 1025 11115 a m and 140 410 avid 515 p m In the return direc tion trains will leave Burgin at 680 640 1100 a in 100 215 and 44u p m These trains will lun daily The thetwIThere will be twin service betweenVersailles and Georgetown WANTEDBy Chicago wholesale assistantiSalary t20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience re quired Write at onto for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelopeCOOPER CO 182 Lake St Chicago Ill 1312t I BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to Opm except 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for George town every hour from7a m tq 11 p m except 11 a m 18 and 10 m Leave Georgetown for hour from 6aLexington every 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 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 1 45 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school businesslnd family tickets can bt had on atJonattbe Qom panyi office t Main streetE TPhonor 610 jloue Pkon 1274 tPtiin1rriJcirQlVItJ i m t Delayed Letter i PEA RIDGE Mrs Jarrett Moore who hits been seriously ill is much hotter and wo hope she will soon be entirely wellMiss Jessie Chambers gave a social recently which was quite an enjoyable affair Miss Jessie makes a most charming young hostess A little daughter was born to Mr Dorsio Tracny and wife last Sunday week Welcome little stranger Miss Katie Suter of Antioch who has been the guest of Miss Edith Edge has returned home Miss Annie Lee and sister Miss Todd Holder wore the guests of their cousin Mrs Mattie Clipper lascJ3uifday Miss EfHd Bailey of Bridgeport was the guest of her cousin Mrs Kitty Lacofleld Miles Mattio Mitchell is the guest of her brother Mr Walter Mitchell this week Miss Bessie Moore and brothers attended the funeral of their little cousin tno dearly loved little dauehter of Mr and Mrs James SmithThere are a large ers from town out In ourflofthhur hood SCRIBE + 6LOW RATES Via F C Ry to Alabamn Georgia Louisiana Mississippi and Tennessee few points excepted Rate Eighty per cent of the one way rate for the round trip plus 50 cents minimum 870 Dates of Sale November 2lst December 6th and December 10th 1905LimitTwentyone days from date of sale- Stopovor privileges allowed For full particulars apply to C W HAY General Passenger Agent 10tD2UCASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sigaaturn of 4DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Nevrput off till tomorrow what you can do today is now jjeix orally presented in this form Do it today 1 That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps Weeks Take some reliable remedy for it today and let that remedy be Dr Boschees 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 consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New bottles 26c regular size 75o At all drugigsts lyr 0 DHPLEES WINTER You need not have a bitI of trouble with chaps orIroughening of the skin winter if you will take our advice and always keep on hand a bottlo o- fCUTICILLA CREAM- It is a daintily perfumed ar4amy preparation that is entirely by the skin giving an immediate cooling and healing effect and leaving no trace of case or stickiness It- kivexthe surface a trans parenttvelvetyappearancenot else It is impossible for it to harm but it does give the skin just the aid needed to keep it smooth soft and clear during cold weather Price 15 and 25 Cents J Wi GAYLE DrW i5t t Oo nyFAe p prP IFTc IrtWftt t g j114= = = = JWeeetablePrcparationforAsIf ling the stoms1rhs andHowels of Promotes DigestionCheerfut ness andRestContalns neither OpmmMoFpfaia norMineral NOT NARCOTIC tapeoOld J1rSAljz JjflJBJulk A for Cons li lion Sour StomachDiarrhoea WormsConvutsionsFeverisli ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of I IIL NEW YORK III LcCOPY OF WHAEPEB J AND Ex Sued PMLeave IYo lEx Sun AM Leave 4MY CASTORIAii The Kind You Have Bears the- Signature I rJ u station K diJ Always Bought i- CASTORIA1 f LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY JWINTER 1METABLE EASTBOUNDWESTBOUND Lj Sued Pr riii I6os225 Lexington 923 620Winchester810 825 City 848D406 Stanton 485 Natural Bridge 401 611 449 918t Beattyvllle Torrent 726I 847I 235610 It Jackson 625 Trains No and daily except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos and make close connection O Junction for points the O K Ry Trains Nos nell connect at L E Junction with the 0 O Ro Ry fOr dt Sterling Trains No8 and connect Beattyvillo Junction with the LA Rr for Beattyville and local stationCHARLESR SCOW General Mnnatera1OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMls1 INo8 Ex IA ftlIArl PMAr Junction tgICannel Junction points Lexington Eastern CONLEY Superintendent SOLID COMFORT TRAVEL MEANS Hers erson L Route Free Reclining Chair Carson Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and Louis AND HOKfi SEEKERS THE WEST ANn SOUTHWEST you contemplate trip change location near ture Get Henderson Route Habit comfortAble line and comfortable train traveling always Rood habit least givo opportunity you rates equipment trail service the caria anf thcTraloii WHAT MORE YOU WANT fflWIN Tray PAv PitlritA DlBllttdbiildl iTli 1JG 1lVILLXliUv Irri Y For Infants and Children i Always Bought diof n Have ir i I 1 Clay Junction StlUOnbI II The You IDaily IAM 1I 1Ex 111 BundI IN Mts Lye 980 880 1120 885 1126 715 1O City 55 1245 Nos and will make close connection with Nos and for the and BallwayM IN Tile COLONIST TO If or of in the fu the It is the in is to At us the of We the ob DO jH fiALUCHEII L J JI o m lf TNr MI Ex Ar 0 1010 48 50 62 i ia 4 at K oa 8 at A IM P M L M O K 2r Jl ut O K on L i a a a a Ii ct o t o 0 1 I a o t 8 J Queen and d4J Dr Ie scent Route snoitest Route AN- DQu1ot ScMule BETWEEN iW GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORTNEW AND i TEXAS POINTS Write fir RAtes std fthitN Metfte RKBv J J llttli7ii5iYi- x j