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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rx HE FRANKFO RT ROUNDABOUT r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1Eiurs 100 In Advance YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC16J I90b NO1I I The Best Very Made Boys Clothes t r fgpUGfiL McCLURE SON ST CLAIR ST KY EDUCATIONAL J Contributed the Edu ntional- Improvenlent Commission KantpakyJ A FATHERS IDEAL FOR HIS CHILD I The best tho world can teach him he shall know Thebosthis land can give lum Ire shall see And trace the footsteps wlupxe his fathers trod See till the beauty that the world can show 1And how it is that fwedoan nvafces mo free And how such freemen Jove and serve their God Edward Everett Halo THE TEACHERS PA3XT HThA greatest thing a teacher over brings to a child is nor sub oet matter but the uplift winch comes froth heart contract with a great personaltySearch THE STATES PART lJIt behooves every Southernf State that inaugurates an educat tional campaign hi favor of better schools to inaugurate at the same time sblne movement that will provide for the hotter training uf teachers The untrained teacher isfrho most expensive part of our present educational pystem It must never be forgotten that the teacher is the real center of all education not the place where fichqol is kept A large view of r educational conditions in tho South must convince any one that an awakened sentiment in favor of bettor schools must ho intelligently directed Expert educational lend ers are necessary Jut tho e leiul ors are yet to be trained South ern Educationr IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION Education has gotten into poll tics Every State platform has an jy educational plank Thu churches of our land are taking jt up It places us at tho front of tho con tury and tho question is what will you do with it Every great leader our country has over had has soon j the importance of an education for tho coming generation George Washington tho father of his country gave property for educational I purposes I talk butSTRONG Theres snap and style and fit in our Boys Clothes thats un equalled the boys like to wear them And how the clothes do wear Made of hon est allwool materials sewed Vith silk thread seams taped buttons sewed on to stay strong everywhere boys clothes should be strong All prices at from 200 to 800 but An Exceptional Line at 500 R K 212214 FRANKFORT IfEducation moves the world Education takes the wild rose and transforms it into tho American Beauty Gods great woiK teas been building up man Stop the schools and see what will happen The printing presses and trans portation will cease bydegrees and the world wiN como to a standstill An engine will be rnmring along aird the engineer will die rat his post There will be no ono take Jiis place So 3t is Where would the world toe today 5f it were not for edncationChtmceldar 3 H KirklandThe have n right ito tho privileges of an tCdulontlon and lit is the duty of tho State to guard and maintain that rlgbtIConstitu1 tion of N a The general assembly shall by appropriate legislation provide for an efficient system of common schools throughout the State Constitution of Kj What is meant by an efficient Rystem of common echools Does it moan good school housesboauti ful rounds tipto date equipment and poor untrained teachers The history of education clearly shows that all educational reform must begin with the teacher hence the great importance of properly pre paring nIl our teachers for the great responsibilities resting upon them Our State is out of debt our people are in favor of progress No ono would have Kentucky behind the other States of the union edu cationally We are uptodate in most things but unfortunately sta tistics show us somewhat backward in education Hero is the position of Kentucky an given by thu U S Educational Commissioner in 100H as compared with tho seven border ing States with respect to native white illiterates over 21 years of age neginning with the least illitr crate Illinois native whlto Hilt orates 28 per cent Ohio native white illiterates S2per cent Tn diana native white illiterates 44 per cent Missouri native white illiterates 54 per cent W Vir ginia native white illiterates 107 per cent Virginia native white lllitornijuB 122 poi cent Tennos seo native white illiterates 141 cont Kentucky native white illiterates 148 per cent The position of Kentucky when h tIL JlIO r I CO rr J COPYRIGHT 1905 compared with the same States with rospeot to amount appropriated for the professional training of pub lie school teachers is also last an the others come in exactly th dI same order as above What does all moan Does the training ofI teachers pay The Kentucky Legislature In January 19W5 If you have anyI convictions on the subject of Normal Schools you should at once notify y uir Representative and Senator AS to your position in tho matter They represent you and want to do your will NIGHTS UNREST No Sleep No Rest No Pease So the Sufferer From Kidney I rou biAsINo peace for the kidney suifnrer Pain and distress from morn to nl htIGot up with A lame back Twinges of backache bother you all day Dull aching breaks your rest a nlahtIUrinary disorders add to your miseryGet at the oauso cure the kid neys Doans Kidney Pills will work the oureIonltyHttvofort W T Frazier proprietor of Fra zlers Candy Kitchen 48 St Olair St residing at No 5 Second St HUS1I1he efficiency of Doan s Kidney Pills was amply proven in my ease I suffered from backache a great deal often so severely that I could not turn in bed In the morning when I got up it was a common thing to feel lame and sore in the back Being on my foot so much of tho timo in my store no doubt tended aggravate tho trouble Anxious to find some re hot and a permanent cure if pus sible when I learned of Doans Kidney Pills nut saw them so highly recommended by people IiIlug near by I wont to J W Jayles drug Ktoro and got a box It was at glad surprise to m to find that after taking them for a day or two they were removing the pain I continued the treatment and by the tune I had finished the box tho trouble was entirely removed Up todate I havq felt no recurrence It is a pleasure to me to endorse this preparation For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMllburn Co Bur fate N Y solo agents for tho United States- Remember tho nameand take no other J t f 1b t t N E A- ICOATS Just received another big ex press shipment of LADIES LONG COATS Beautiful Styles Wonderful Values u Big cut on Ladies Tailor Made Suits either in Short or Long Coats Dont wait but make your selections before the stock is broken Ladies Walking Skirts Special Values 350 500 750 Furs For Ladies Misses and Children Big Assortment Extraordinary Values at L50 250 500 up to 2500 Shirt Waists In Silk Batiste Linen and Madras Cloth Exceptional Val ues 100 250 500 KimonosrAnother shipment arrived this week in both Long and Short JCiaioiino These tire made of fine quality French Flannelette exquisite patterns at 150 to 500 GoodstWo arc offering nuusual values in Serges Cloth and Panama the most popular cloths for Suits and Skirts 50c 75c 100 per yd Comforts and Blankets Largo size Silkolino Comforts tilled with nice white cotton 150 200 250 104 AllWool Blanket extra value 350 and up AT rBRIDGE A OA S T 0rIJAR a tI the GRAND DISPLAYOF IIOL1DAYOODS The Largest Stoclc of Holiday Novelties we have ever shown is now ready for your inspection Our Line consists of presents for every onefor Ladies and Gen tlemen for 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 propriate for Lady or Gentleman than a nice Umbrella Wo have Umbrelias specially made for Holiday selling from rt50cHandkerchiefs Never before have we shown such a beautiful assortment of Ladies Gentlemens and Child rens Handkerchiefs Ladies beautifully embroid ered Handkerchiefs warranted all Pure Linen a SyeciaL Value Only 15c Eacrr Ladies warranted all Linen Handkerchiefs exceptional val ues at 5c lOc 15c and 25c Each i One lot of Childrens Handier chiefs only 3c each Gentlemens Handkerchiefs Special Values 5c lOc 15c icnd2r each Shaving Sets We have a complete assort ShavingSete500 to 500 Eacni Manicure Sets npprcintec1byboth useful and ornamental We have them made a f Real Eb mountings 50c to 500 Each 15c and 25c Novelties- We have a largo variety ofybeautiful Fancy Novelties such as Ink Wells Pen Wipers Ant mals Thermometers etc at 15c and 25c Each Beautiful DolfsIEvery child loves Dolls with pleascthem bodyDolls21C to 100 each DRESSED DOLLS 2flo upward Wo invite you to visit our Istore nnd inspect our Stock itwill interest you C ICAI BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge =0aS XI 0eJA RaWM Signature of the Rnnoht 3 Ir11 Best Furs Lowest Prices PERSONAL Miss Carrie Brook is the guest of friends in Paris Mr S D Johnson has returned from Martinsvllle mud Mr J J C Bach of Jackson was in the city Tuesday j Mr Lucas Brodhead of Ver sallIes was here Monday Mr W B Carmody has gone to Kansas City Mo to reside Mr G T Blackley of Pewee Valley was here Thursday Col R P Ernst of Covln ton was in the city on Thursday Mr J W Marksbury of Chris ttlan burg spent Sunday here Hon Wm Henry Jones of Glas dow was in the city Saturday Cordelia Kendall line returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Stella Manford of Stamping Ground was in the city Wednesday Col Ed E Abbett returned Sun day night from a visit to Winohes sfterMr Thos C Bradley of Cinoin inati Ohio was in the city Satur dirtyInesday night from Washington CityJudge E C OBear visited his farm in Montgomery county this meek Mr Frank H Daily has returned from a visit to relatives in Mis jaouri Mrs E E Abbott has returned from a visit to Cincinnati and W n fleeter Mr J L Butler spent Sunday ftiere with his wife at Mr W J Hughes Mr Pat Bohannan and Mr Gll t lum Nell visited in Lexington Tuesday fcXr 3W Newman of Versailles Senator elect was in the city Thursday Judge T J Nunn was called to Smithland as a witness in court tIlls week Mr Jan M Wakefield made a Business trip to Eastern Kentucky y ibis week Mrs W H Van Winkle has re turned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr W4 J Roberts the big lum ber morehant has gone to Eastern KentuckyMiss Hazelrigg and Mrs C O Haxelrigg visited in Lexington this week Col Geo B Harper wife and children have returned from Pitts burg Pomi G W Gourley of Beatty wide attended the Court of Appeals 1WWednesday Miss Snyder of Wakefield was the guest of Mrs Eugene Carl ton this week Miss Sara Grinnan and Elsie Boardman of Paris were guests Sere this week Master Morris Nash of Louis ville is the guest of his aunt Mrs Thos P Averill Mr John Meagher of Louisville a of this week the guest of relatives here Mrs Mattie Matthews visited relatives at her old home in Shel Jbyville week Mrs Herrick Clay of Pittsburg Penn is the guest of her mother Mrs H H Watson Mr Wm Young of Shelbyville was the guest of Mr C Steele Reading this Mr W P Scott alfe and son of Paris were guests of Mr C C Ha izelfigg Wednesday r LurMien Christlnas Gifts gb hunting for Christmas Presents buy substantial ones and that is what we are showing Let us help you to decide on something that will please and bo useful Dress Goods silks Ladies Furs Childrens Furs Ladies Cloaks Misses Cloaks Childrens Cloaks Tailored Suits Dress Skirts Kimonas Silk Waists Umbrellas Neckwear Handbags Kid Gloves Wool Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Table Linen Towels Napkins BlanketsComfrots Special Low Prices during this month CHAS WEITZEL Miss Lizzie B Hodges has gone to Philadelphia Penn to make her home in future Mrs S M SauflAY was called to Stanford Thursday to attend the funeral of a relative Mr E W Howser and Mr J C SotJhernKentucky Mr H H rye of WillinmHburg was in the city Tuesday to attend the Court of A ppealsICol Geo B Harper wife and children visited friends in Pitts burg Penn this week Miss Maude Whitehead has re turned from a visit to MrsJ R Savage in Winchester ExCity Marshal C S White head and wife have gone to Kan Bas City Mo to reside Miss Sara Mahan was the guest of her aunt Mrs C J Norwood in Lexington this week Judge W L Brown of London was in the city Tuesday on business in the Court of Appeals Miss Mary Keith Miles was the guests of her parents Mr John E SundayI Louisville was in attendance upon the Court WednesdayI visited Mr Robert Nicol and Mrs Frank H Hall this week Judge Geo DuBello of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday CarrolltonioxRepresentative county was here this week Miss Thornton and Miss MoDer mott of Paris were guests of Mrs John P Hanley Wednesday Mrs C W Merchant was called to Lexington by the illness of her daughter Mrs J B Eastin Mrs Welch and Misses Homing way of Paris were guests ot1Irs John P Hanley Wednesday tir Robt L Crutoher of Louis ville was of his sister Mrs H S Keller this week Mrs R B M Colvin and son of Falmouth are guests of her parents Rev F F Taliaferro and wile Miss Thomson of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of Mrs L A Thomas has returned home Misses Artemesia and Wallace Lawrenoeburg were guests ofMiss Alice Farmer this week Mr Ohas D Nelson of Rich mond was called here by the death of his brother Mr C A Nelson Mr John M Stevenson of Win chester was in the 6ity Tuesday on business in the Court of Appeals Mrs Dr Hay and Miss Nellie Cleveland of Highlands N Y are guests of Gen N B Hays and wife Mrs Harry Tercival of Coving ton was the guest of Mrs Hiram Berry at the Capital Hotel this O B Demareo and sons have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs H B McCoy in Lex ington Miss Teresa Berryman of Ver sailles who has been the guest other aunt Mr W H Posey has re turned home Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad who has been the guest of her sis ter Miss Ruth Robinson has re turned home Mrs Jas A Violett who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs True in Owenton has re turned home J Miss Mary P Lewis who has been visiting relatives at Paris Tonn and Owenpboro Ky has returned home Messrs Blackburn Bohannan and Grover Land who have been play ing base ball at Paducah came home Thursday J 0r i Misses Alma and Grace Hulette of Bagdad who have been guests of Misses Scearoe Second street has returned home Mr Geo F Berry and wife who have been guests of Hon Cromwell Morganfleldhave Judge H S Barker of tote Appellate Court attended the meeting CollegeLexington Mrs Chas Nelson of Richmond who camp down to attend the funeral of Mr C A Nelson is visiting friends here Editor John B Dryden Sr of the Call was one of the committee who went to Paris to meet the ex our sionists Wednesday MrsIfather Mr C A Nelson ChicagoIllsMisses Annie and Mary Watts Brown has returned home Miss Nellie Cbinn of Colorado Springs Col who has been visit ing her mother Mrs Ellen Hern don Chinn has returned home Mr Wood Grinnan who has re PhillipineIslands this week en route to his homo in ParisMrs Ben H Helm and daughter Miss Kate who have been guests of Mrs Waller H Lewis returned to their home in Elizabethtown W T and John Alex GrnntJof St Louis Mo were Tuesday by the serious illness of their mother Mrs J Alex Giant Mrs V Berberioh and daughter Mrs Walter Weitael Mrs M A Selbert and Mr Chas Keller were called to Cincinnati yesterday by the death of their father Mr Ste phen Keller Mrs Edward P Bryan of Bound Brook N J Mrs T J Coryell of Lambertsville N J and Mrs Asa Walker of BOEton Mass were called here by the serious illness of Mrs J Alex Grant Miss Rosa Quire entertained a number of her friends with a party of Mr ElmergivenThe room was beauti fully decorated The refreshments were delightful The engagement of Miss Rosa Quire and Mr Elmer Herndon will be celebrated Decem ber 28 Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bot tie of Dr Thomas Eolectrlo Oil in the medicine chest Heals burns cuts bruises sprains Instant re lief CLEVER NEWSPAPER MAN MEETS WITH BAD- ACCIDENT We regret to learn that our friend and oldtime confrere Mr John A Baird City Editor of The Louis ville Times was so unfortunate as to have a fall ashewns leaving his home on Tuesday whereby his skull was crushed He was at once taken to Norton Infirmary It is feared that his injuries are fatal Mr Baird was a fine newspaper man and genial gentleman He represented the Louisville Post at the same time we represented the old Louisville Commercial THE SEASON OF INDIGES TION The season of indigestion is upon us Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for tho stomach thatan or overworked stomach can not do for itself Kodol Digests what you eatgives the stomach a rest relieves sour stomach belch heartburn indigestion etc Sold by J W Gayle 1 I lt + LyBIG REDUCTION rq ALLC 1 = I Xmas Cloak Sale 1 The largest and most varied Fur Neck Pieces and Scarfs ever shown in Frankfort ir Coney Neck Pieces 1 125 150175 200 and up Isabella Fox and Canadian Sabel and Squirrel 450 up to 1500 Next Week we mkae a Special Sale of Furs We want to Close- OutChildrens Cloaks at any PrIce I to save ourselves 311 The same prices will prevail onr all ou Novelty Dress Goods that were reduced 12 days ago Christmas Goods You will Save Money if you will only take the trouble of J walking in to see our Stock of Christmas Goods i F J HEENEY o r IV WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADEx There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is fIimpossible to sell a cheap vehicle at ft We build only High Grade Handmade Vehicles rf out of Selected Material which we sell under a guarantee that means something If you do not know our work get the habit now 4j Give us a trial order and we will build yon what you wait Write or phone us and our repre sentative will call Jbo see you Seller Carriage GoI VERSAILLES KY T H K WAD 0 M BROWNING I President Sec and TYeas l l Why Buy McCluresHoCl- ures Magazine is bought and read in homes not boca use it is a magazine but because it is the magazine Why I FIRST THB PRICE It costa but one dollar a year or less than tencents a numbo11tor over thirteen hundred twocolumn of reading matter This amounts in twenty or twentyfive books costing anywhere from a dollar to two dollars a volume SECONDQUALITY Tho reading matter is written by Americas leadingwriters the beat short story writers the beat writers on timely boat writers of important serials such as BchurasfRemininces or Baker Railroad artlclee- THIRDTIMIiLiNES The reading matter in McOlures is not only it is not only entertaining amusing ixtruotlve and iusplringis is also about subjects in which you and all Americana are moat interested at time No subjects In the next twelve months are to be so important as the question of railroad rates and rebates and the question of life Insurance Both of questions will be discussed by authorities in an impartial care ful interesting way I FOURTHITS CHARACTER McOlnros Magazine not edited for children but at the same time thero is never a line in it that any young girl might not read Its advertising pages are as clean ai its editorial pa- gesMeClures Magazine in home is intended to work for good Send 1100 today for one years subscription or leave an order at your bookstore November and December free new subscriptions for S S McCLURB COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn a good inoome by taking up the baseness of securing subsoribors for McClures n is clean and self respectin a man or woman would like to represent The Write is today forteach1eubscription in addition to big cash prizes for the best work r Christmas Shoppers Read Every Word rJ And its time for ono who makes Xmns Gifts to classify under this heading because well yoa know how uncomfortable is the nervous feverish placeAtnature of this stores Holiday Goods 9 You like to receive gifts of utility durability and 1J What we want to impress upon your worthits the same with your friends Any sort of a remembrance is appreciated at tho time of receiving but its the careful sensible gift that occasions the lasting feeling of gratitude and t good will waist would bo an irresistible present groat scarfs of Chiffon and Crepe Perhaps you have not thought of choosing a sot of warm furs for a gifta now r are bewitchingly beautiful gldve aro always acceptable and an umbrella is a gift which never goes out of fashion New l FursIDress Goods tt In Dress Pattern Lengths I Crepe de Chene I For Waists aid Scarfs Special t I and fl g 1STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIl CHRISTMAS rw EFAFllVL EI Flr se L MARRIED t MURPHYSPALDINGIn this city on Thursday Mr W H Mur phy of Anderson county and Annie L Spalding of Shelby MissI ty were married by Rev Stuoker UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL Our genial friend Mr Frank G Stagg tho hardware merchant has sent out to his host of friends some thing entirely new and unique It is gotten up in the shape of a draft and reads thus x886 Happy Days 44No V906 January 1000 The Bank of Good Cheer Pudding Lane BranohI44Pay to Geo A Twenty Thousand Blessings U FRANK G STAGG For all of which wo tender our sincere thanks Heres lookin at yeT old para HANDSIFOR CRACKED Rough skin and cracked mantle are not only cured by DeWitt a t Witch Hazel Salve but an occa sional application will keep the skin soft and smooth Best for Ecxoma Cuts Burns Boils Veto The genuine DeWittfs Witch Hazel Salve affords immediate relief in all forms of Blind Bleedinc Itch lug and Protrddin guiles Sold tty J W Gayle TO BUILD BOAT TO RUN 1Q I KENTUCKY RIVER i The Cincinnati Comrneroial =Tri buno ot Thursday announces tfcbart the WhSslcy Trust Iri preparing Ito build a steamboat with which to transport the whisky now in bond at their various tdJstillerios along the Kentucky rivet Itsays the boat will run as far up as Valfley Vdew and will take gill the whiisKy shipped on it to Cincinnati xWo expect this boat will fee tthe ono to take trade to Cincinnati ini placo of the Falls City which the lEt Cincinnati mevchauts failed ttopar it chase SPECIAL JUDGES Judge John D Carroll of 3Tew Castle baa boon appointed special judge of the Clark Circuit Court Mr wm Cromwoll of this aiyi has been appointed special judg 4ofthe Oldham Circuit Court a y NOTICE i Notice is hereby given that the Frankfort Safety vault and Trust Co as closing up its business and has appointed the Capital Trust of Frankfort as agent to liqui 1ldate its alfairs FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT AND TRUST COB R K McCLURE Chairman Stockholders Meeting November 22 1005 12t4 Cloaksand itsI Now Assortment clew Prices for remaining days Como Saturday and make your selection Umbrellas Mena Ladies and Childrens = BIRTHS GIBBS In this oity on Tues dayto Mr Stephen Gibbs and wife a son ISEMONESIn Louisville to Mr and wife a son weight 8 pound- sHANRAHANIn this city on Thanksgiving Day November 80 to Mr Jas E Hanruhan and wife a daughterAnnie Wallace REVENUE OFFICERS CONFIS CATE KENTUCKY DISTIL LERY AND GOVERNMENT GAUGER IS ARRESTED Mlddlesboro Ky Dee laOne byICollectors and Marshals The distillery of the Middlesboro Distilling Company and 14000 gallons of whisky which had nut had the prescribed taxI upon it paid were confiscated by the officers The Government gauger Gaiter Smith was arrested as being an accessory in assisting the operators tin disposing of their whisky fry illegal methods- Deputy Collector Ballard in wn tntorview said We Ihave suspected for eighteen months that the Middlesbore 3 is fcillery was being run crookedly but didnt obtain enough evidenoe to justify a raid until tcHday Two wen have been secretly watt ing itheiplant for two days and water seding the methodsemployed there we seized the wirole plwat and Hli000 uallons of wMskyN The officers of tbe compwny are prominent citizens And tire disclosures have cJWrsedTn uoh surprise here It is understood from a re liable source that the officials will Ipro ably be arrested within a sbort time + THE ELKS MUSICAL COMEDY Frankfort Lodge No 530 Bo P Q CBlks will giveti splendid musi cal comedy at the Opera Souse on Thursday and Friday nights December 28 and 29 The very best local musical tal ant both male and male and the prettiest girls and handsomest young men in the pity will partici pateDont forget to secure your seats dnldvanoe Therell be a jam JXEPAIRING STONE STEPS TO HIGH VIEW Mr John Conner the stonemason has repaired the stone steps leading up to High View on the West Side W Early Risers The famous little pills HandkerchiefsFrom Ireland and FranceAll Initial Cc 25c Sheer Linen lUc ideas Initial Ifio 25c and 60c Lace Handkerchiefs NoveltiesPostal Card Albums Inkstands Toy Pincushions Comb Cases Se S DEATHS FLORIAN Near Millville 01 Friday night Mr A B Florian aged 60 years Mr Florlnn was a prominent farmer and leaves a largo connec tion to mourn his deathI oonIduotedChurch at 1130 oclock on Sunday morning Y M CllAZAAR The Ladies Committee of the YI M C A held their bazaar as pre viously announced on Wednesday last The rooms formerly occupied by Messrs R Rogers Sons in the old Yeoman building were beauti fully and tastefully decorated and everything was as attractive as soup well be conceived under the tasteful management of these good womenThe building was crowded with buyers and those desiring meals from a short while after it was opened in the morning until the Frankfort Orchestra played U Good mightDelightful and bounteous meals were served all day and all the eveningA supply of blooming flowers In pots and out flowers were quickly disposed of Dainty and attractive articles suitable for Christmas presents were on hand and likewise went off like hot cakes We are happy in being able to say that a handsome sum was realized for the jjood purposes for which the bazaar was gotten up SALE OF STOCK FARMING UTENSILS c Mr Morton L Rally who owns and lives upon the old Len Cox place on the Steadnmntown pike will soil all his stock farming utensils household and Kitchen furniture etc at public sale on Thursday January 4 1906 A lot ofI very desirable property will be sold Dee 16td JUMP FROM TRAIN While Sheriff Sohmitt of Joffer son county was en route to this city with a big batch of prisoners on Wednesday morning when just this side of Pleasureville two of them John Klein and Thomas Williams made a rush for the oar door and jumped from the train although handcuffed together The train was going at the rate of twenty miles per hour Notwithstanding this they escaped injury and hid in a brush pile near thu track It happened that Jailer Man by of Oldham county was on tho same car and eaw the men jump He followed and soon had the men in tow anti they were again put oil the train and brought to the Pen IOLD TAYLORI t THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY j E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky It 5 Chiffon Neckwear Beautiful Assortment Dainty Col orings Scurfs and Stocks Cqmbs Real Shell Gold Mounted Plain Ribbons Holy and Yuletide Ribbons 10 yard spools 7c THE RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION Below will he found a list of the members of Frankfort Retail Merchants Association- W H Averills Sons 880 Maim Street Druggists- J J Brislan 811 Broadway Stoves Tinwaro and House Fur nishing Goods Crutohor Simpson 888310 Malt Street Clothing Furnishing Goods and Shoes- I Davis 228 St Clair Street Dry Goods Clothing Shoes and Fur nishings W S Farmer 820 Main Street and Suits o- arIpetsStreet Dry pets Furnishing Goods Ford Jacobs 218 St Clair Dry Goods Clothing StreetI Gents Furnishing and S D Johnson Co 831 Street Dry Goods Millinery Out OhinaI Bro 4143 St Clai Street Dry Goods Notions Ladles ReadytoWear Garments W C Lutkemeler 818 Broadway Dry Goods and Carpets M J Meagher Co 306 Main Street Boots Shoes Hats Caps School Books John E Miles 121 St Clair Street Flour and Neal R K McClure Son 212214 St Clair Street Clothing and Shoes R Rogers Sons 1117 St Clair Street Furniture Carpets Window ShadesW Reading Son 81 Broad way China Cut Glass Lamp Granite Ware Kitchen Ware Novelties Carpet Warp Frank G Stagg 88 Ann St Hardware Paints Oil Glass Geo H Stehlin 209211 St Clair street Furniture and Carpets P C Sower Co 807809 Main Street Hardware Stoves Paints Oils Glass Lime and CementIA Selbert 230 St Clair Street 1M Silverware Cut Sally Thoma8224 GlassIStreet Millinery Charles J Weitzol Street Dry Goods Notions and KeadytoWear Garments Hr Cadys fcnoIllim JLMwicrs art just what a horse needs when in bill condition Tonic blood purifier n J yennifugo They aro not food t medicine am tho best in use to pm horse in prime condition Price J cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComr te Gayle Dfflfg3 Early Risers The famous little pills u Dr Weaver Treatment jrap porlTlca the blood Cerate heals eldn eruption TO TAKE CHARGE JANUARY 1ST Under tho orders of the Fire Com nitteo of tho City Council the new Iremen will not take charge until ho first day of January as has always boon the case in the last NO SECRET ABOUT IT It Is no secret that for Cuts inrns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore eyes Bolls etc nothing is so ttectivo as Buoklens Arnloa Salve Itsdidnt take long to cure a bud sore I and it is all O IC for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25o at all druggists J ACCIDENT TO GOVERNMENTI OFFICER IAs Mr T L McConnell U S er was returning from the Old Taylor Distillery on Tuesday after noon a drove of cattle belonging to Mr Simon Weil tan into hisbugy breaking the shafts loose compel ling Mr McConnell to walk to them city This signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromOQuinine Tswets the remedy that rnyt n n cold in one Uay DIGESTIBLE ELBOW tt 11th Queer names sometimes are giveuciIvery ordinary things For in a gentleman was coming down Main street the other day old man t Itaa want to find a tin shop where I kite git a digestible elbow fer this here i stove pipe Dr Wearers Treatmentr4Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ernpUvB FARM FOR RENT f1hreeeo- MRS 48tf ANNIE TAAFFE iSTRANGE ADVICEi1 IDr G attentlsrto A y 1fin our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those afflic t lungtroublesthem if they did not receive any special r benefit after the use of one 75cent sUe bottle of German Syrup to consult their WgCthem j is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Germ n Syrup makes it possible for us toy give such advice qWe know by the ex 7SceJItbottlelieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders JNew trial s 250 reg ular size 75C At all druggists s 1FRr sale by J W Gayle v Fe R Hilienmeyer Sons BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky Otfer for tho Fall of 1905a full AsparagusSmall stock of Fruit and OrnamentaE Ijr etc Wo employ no agents but sell direct to the planter Catalogue on application ISept 28 31h51 vltr Tne Fran tonanunrianaw- y y uttered nt the postolllco at Frankfort Kei tuck ns secondclass inailable matter t OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub fat FRANKFORT DEC 16 1905 DEATH OF MR C A NELSON We regret to announce that Mr Cornelius A Nelson superintend Sent of the Hermitage Coonorshop hand former member of the Board of Education died at his homo t Campbell street tnis city on Monday night last Mr Nelson was a useful and pop ular citizen energetic industrious and faithful to every trust imposer upon him He was about 59 years of age was born in Maryland but was reared in Madison county coming to this city in 1879 to accept the position of superintendent of the coopershop of Messrs W A Gaines Co which position he had fillet to the perfect satisfaction of his employers over since Mr Nelson was a member of a r orgnnlzotlonsIdd Rod Mon Knights of the Macca lees United Workmen and Juniori Order American Mechanics a of which he was highly esteemed and honored as a brother faithful and true In early manhood ho was married to Miss Rose McEnnis of Colum bia Penn und she together with lour daughters Mrs Lucien Rice and Mrs Robert Osborne of Lou isvillu Miss Lula JJ aud Miss Hara Annette Nelson and one son Mr WO Nelson survive him The funeral services which were hold under the auspices of the Odd follows were held on Wednesday afternoon from the Methodist Churoh services being conducted fbr Rov1 O A Vauglit of the Methodist Church There was a very largo turnout of fills brethren of the various orders Ve have known Mr Nelson ever since lie came to this city and wo have always been warm friends SENT TO ASYLUM f Mr John H Triplett lr was adjudged of unsound mind on Monday in Judge Polsgrovos court and sent to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum at Lexington All Kun Down s HIS Is a common expres 5 i j sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kindsof advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone jup the system i Scotts Emulsion i of Cod Liver oils just such a food in its best form 11 will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free A Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 50candl All Druy1ta t tit Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it docs not readily itsel to ordInary treatment however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Hear Cure which we know from hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful- sufferers will cure where all else has It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there with to visit my sister in law Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va Whilesaid nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should try Dr Mi es Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could rearm improvement and I despaired of ever being better but my faithful sisted on keeping it up which I did Im provement soon began in earnest and I took n or s xtcen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir arc a and I recom ufferinghumanltyJ All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book an Nervous and Heart Diseases Addree Dr Miles Medical Co ElUhart lad TERRIBLE ACCIDENT On Tuesday afternoon Mrs Chas Strange who lives on a farm of Col H P Mason near Jetts went to the barn to milk her cows about 4 oclook leaving her two children one aped about four yoars and the other about two years in the house Soon after Mrs Strange heard the little one screaming and upon hastening to the house found the fouryearold girl a mass of flames her clothing having caught from the grate fire The horrified mother soon hat the fire out but not until the little one was horribly burned Dr C M Coblin of this city was notified hy telephone and wool at once to tho soene In the meantime sympathizing neighbors had done all they could fr the little sufferer Mr Strange who is employed by Col Mason was away from the house on tho farm at work There is one chance In ten for the little girl to recover- PHILATHIA 6 CLASS Mr W S Farmers Philathia Bible Class of the Baptist Church Sundaycshool will give an attrac tive sale Saturday nt his store on Main Street These young ladies of whom there are some eighteen or twenty will have set apirt for their especial use one of tho large win dows of W S Farmers dry goods store and will have on sale that Jay a large assortment of handmade handkerchiefs and delicious homemade candy These young girls hit promised themselves the laudable task of giving and endow a bcid at the Kings Daughters ling and in their very worthy enterprise deserve all the suooessI that can bo given t hospital is always at a great expense and any good movement looking in the direction of lending a helping hand here is doing blessed service Especially at this Christmas time can wo afford to remember that we aro really giving unto Him when we give unto the very least of these NOTED TURFMAN PASSES AWAY Capt Sam S Brown one of the most prominent turfmen in tho country and owner of the famous Lexington race track also owner of a big Fayette county farm passed away at his home in Pitts burg Penn on Monday last He was an uptodate progressive gen tleman SATURDAYS BLAZE An alarm from box 15 at 445 on Saturday afternoon was occasioned by some hay catching fire in the stable of Rev T F Taliaferro on Shelby street The blaze was soon extinguished with only nominal loss FOURTH PASTORS SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Louisville Ky January 80 81 February 2 1106 In 1002 there was started in tho city of Louisville one of the most notable Sundayschool movement of modern times a movement that has attracted attention all ova America viz A Pastors Sunday School Institute For four days finch year under the leadership of Sundayschool experts we hay discussed the work of tho Sunday school from the standpoint of the pastors relation to it and his con sequent duties January 30 next wo are to begs the Fourth Annual Session and it bids fair to eclipse all previous ones Wo have secured for the faculty this year five of the choic est Sundayschool leaders in Amer icaMr Marion Lawrence Inter national General Secretary am Americas greatest allaround Sun dayschool man Bishop John H Vincent one of the originators of the International Lessons and n recognized leader in teacher traIn- Ing anti pastoral leadership for tin Sundayschool Hon P H Bris tow of Washington D C Super intendent of a Sundayschool of over 2000 and a recognized leader in Sundayschool work Dr J M Frost of Nashville Editor of the Sundayschool literature of the Southern Baptist Church and an eloquent speaker Mr N B Broughton Raleigh N C Presi dent of his State Association and now being considered for tho Inter national work Surely with such an array of talent such as this not only pastors hut Sundayschool workers of every class will be at tracted in largo numbers Thi without doubt will be the greate Sundayschool meeting over heldoll the South outside of the Interna tional Convention All pastors will he entertained and it is most earnestly recommended that Sunday schools sorrel their pastors and pay their way The pastors will appre elate it and it will be the finest investment you can possibly snake For program and full particulars address E A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky GIVE YOUR STOMACH REST Nothing will cure indigestion that doesnt digest the food itself and give the stomach rest You cant expect that a weak stomach will regain its strength and got well when it is compelled to do the full work that a sound stomach should do You wouldnt expect a sick horse to get well when it is com pelled to do a full days work everyday of the week Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a digestant and digests the food regardless of the condition of your stomach Re lieves Indicostion Belching Sour Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold by J W Iayle- AWARDED CONTRACT Mr Geo A Lewis of this office was awarded the contract on Fri lay to print and bind the Decisions of tho Court of Appeals of Ken tucky for two years The contract was awarded by the commission composed of the lodges of the Court of Appeals upon competitive bids There were four or five other contestants The commission was raised by an not passed by the last Legislature and took this work out of tho hands lof the regular State Printing Com mission ISELLS HIS HOME IMr Ed J Roberts of this office has sold his cottage homo at Thorn 17001Mrfrom Mr u ust spring CLIMATIC CURES Tire influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the mornings made certain by German Syrup ttieIand debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking roguIa warmer consumptivesIand regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size The At all drug gists 1 yr l j rt Pleasant to take T J jiSyi NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r r Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanfany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE i Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil j TarpaulinstMonkey Wrenches fj S tV Pipe Fittings and Wrenches tS i FRANK G STAI PaintsValue JOHN DRISOOLL Qualityref The Leading GrocerThe Pioneer Dealer in IIigh Glade Kentucky HanclrvladoJ Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place rr JOHN DRISCOLLt Y i 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky t LI Phones Office Now Old llesldenco Now Old 840 Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours 9amtol2m 2pmto5pmp m to 8 p m OfficeNo Main Strootlover Barretta ResidenceNo Frankfort Ky 33m FOR SALET- HOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 800 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Flymoth Rook Cockerels 800 and up AddressEUGENE E HOGE 72m Frankfort KyI Southern Railwau Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville i Louis TO- St and the West j Two Trains Daily as followsuLeave Lexington 010 a m Loufisville 000 a m Arrive St Louisr612 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a ohangeLonv isville 1016 p m Arrive St Louis 782 a m amml Carrying Free Reclining Chair Oars and Pullman Sleeper through without change =Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky I or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave F Dont Fail to Attend Frankforts iriPtIQULTRY SaOwII f The State Fanciers and Breeders Association of Kentucky Frankfort Ky will hold their First Annual Exhibition ID ffEntries Positively Close December 15th Exhibit your Poultry and Pigeons with them Write John H Oassell Secretary Frankfort Ky for Handsome Catalogue POULTRY SHOW PRIZES VPoglvo below the silver cups which are offered as the prizes in tho Poultry Show Tho affair promises to bo one of tne largest and most successful show ever given As will be seen the cups are of the prettiest and latest designs Tho lower rooms in the old Yeoman buillinp recently vacated by Sons will he the plnue where thu exhibition will be hold It 1Roversc lIIiaut1y g rated night ilWritten for the Roundabout THE ENDURING CAST If one could bo fortunate enough to study tho statues and busts tlf JJorado Taft tho wonderful smilp qtor of Chicago ones attention f would be instantly diroutod to the fact of how faithfully tho artist delineates tho chief characteristics of each bra single feature and as lie tears to pieces tho positive clay the features aro destroyed leaving iTpreseiong1So man also is segregated from the groat Ploy box of nature tho 1t breath of life is blown into his IIOS trils ho shngs and plays his little topartin tho oomictragedy of a dra matic existence anti then with folded hands quietly slips away from tho stage of action laid re turns to the dust as it was Such an exit seemingly means surcease of niitul and mutter hut We know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dis solved we have a building of God a house not made with hands eternal In the heavens and the soul immortal Instilled to live forever remains inviolate the enduring cast Tame said That a fixed idea is like the Iron rod which sculptors put in their statuettes it Impales and sustninsso the thought of individual verity the unity of com resemblance still remains a 1factor In the mnsk of facial inter pretation and the plastic mold re tains the enduring oast so history ropeats itself not alone in the t affairs of nations but in the ego AS well reproducing in facsimile the habits tastes inclinations and i dispositions of ones forefathers leaving in social distinctions all those aristocratic tendencies to us i so thoroughly familiar as wall as the common usurpation of vulgar and unattractive guise We see men as they really are The gentle manly courteous the ungracious r fcosmopolitan the effete spicableImeeting them II social at private and public receptions in business relations apdlint home where nil those pleasing attributes and charming amenities servo as so muoh value in tho hank pointIwith the same feelings of awe and reverence with which our infant eXIpresseclturens to ministerial dispositions law medicine or educational acu men Do we regard the true methods of husinp8s with tho stunt righteous Inclination as wo worn taught to observe it in days when a mans woru was as his bond Is our faith in thl inciiivdual as real or our trust as stable as our rnthersI confidence imposed or barter or commodity Can we say with those implied conditions tint the mon of America have lost the impress of the enduring cast Today It appears as a tax im posed on the body politic of women to entertain without cards and wino Does it seem improbable that the men following in the line of progression would or could hesl tate to follow suit dissipating their hours of rest or recreation in thefiowlng bowl as well as in the exchange and interchange of mental and moral suasion for breathe it lightly to the goc1sCIA womans will is a mans will and every individual maul who has lost good name and prestige at home nndU society has lost it through the perfidy of a woman She it is who can mold into either perfect or imperfect features the enduring oast If our Congress could subserve the righteous cause of hymeneal oombatlvoness by a strict observance of lawful esthet ics and our legislators would enact an edict positively condemning the utter disregard now hold for the t marriage relation we would no longer shudder nt the ooldbloodec murders perpetrated doily and foisted into notoriety by the daily press and the mongers of scandal Nor longer blush to hear that our dearest friends Mr and Mrs So oiety had separated while their children had been given over to lawyers and their wealth had boon squandered in the reckless expend iture of caprice and revengo The shame of such u condition Tin shame of ill The message of the President wisely directs the atten toIindividual expenditurefor a pause il the hurry and haste of extrava gant livingwhere in the wear and tear to heart and brain is inimical to tho right measure of time and tido and unless so considered in a personal sense to each and every individual must result in loss to the Nation the State and the com wellI the broad road of in social and moral character in tho resultant force of connected methods and aims in the use of energetic meas ures and positive combinations whereby we as Americans can cope with any affair of State and resolve in the dignity of a restored magnanimity to restore tho en during cast N s cox December 12 1905 DYING OF FAMINEI 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 stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr King New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure euro for coughs colds soro throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores 50o and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free I THE HICKS ALMANAC FOR 1006 Tho Rev Ill R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1000 but his Monthly Journal Word and Works has been changed into a large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecast from January to June 1005 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December The price of this splendid Magazine is QUO dollar a year See It and you will have it The November and January numbers con taining tho Rev Irl R Hicks fore casts for the whole year and more complete than over can be had by sending at once 25 cents to Word nnd Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 82m IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY December On Friday 1st tho following changes in time of Southern Ry trains will become effective No1 now leaving Louisville at 780 a m will depart at 8 a in No9 now leaving Louisville at 150 p m will depart at 830 p m No 28 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington atr 610 a m will depart at 545 in No2 now leaving Lexington nt depart at 5 p in Correspoidina changes will be made at local stations and passengers intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information O H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 OA BZ CA nIAJean th- elIguWl of the Two Dyspeptics If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of musclestrength If you are too lean the fatproducing foods that you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all tho digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and exactly those proportions necessary to organsIbe eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digeotant but it is a reconstructive tissue building tonic as well ITodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the fieshI the Lab EODeWIU TJBA C 0 TIME TABLE No21 No SOUTH A MI PM Lexington 830 630 hrankrort I9OJ 613 Shelbyville U Louisville 1100 Bloc NORTH No22 INo AM PM v I oulsvllle 8306orShelDyvtllo 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 A Lexington 1116 frankfort GiooQ1i HU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect Juno 5th 1905 tu A ESCi MIP M t1IA No83 2 11m Ar 7 Ill42 0 IStamping Ground 2 86 6 641 2at K lID 6 2i IGowrEetown liD 0 6 Newtown 161 Conterville 2017 Elizabeth 18J 5 65 3 PavTunctn 8 Arl Paris r Lv Connects nt Georgetown Union Depot with Q AC- Connects at Paris Union with CentraLI BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORGETOWN P MIAnIPM MjA 8 jAr Georgetown Arl all 6 6 Cincinnati Lyi 8 4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AM P M PM 20 2 00 Lv Frankfort 720 7 2 LT Arl 625Georgetown 7 8 40 LT Ar 5 88 10 30 16 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort A 25A 720P 8 47P A Georgetown A 9 04A 625P BS6P A Paris L 8 42P 8 IIP 42A A Winchester 245P 16P 9 50A A Mayaville 45A 115P 4 8 24A A Cynthiana LJ7 602P 54P A Richmond 20A IMP 6 A Cincinnati aMP QEO B HARPER o W HAY- Prey and Oen1 pupt G P A I I l EUGENE SCOTT NE WBOLD ISCOTT GOI- NBUILDEERS ANDJCTORei f Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned- Old phone G38 98mA LOAD OF ROOKS Big Book House Failed Stock Must be Sold At Once at From 10 to 50 cents on the Dollar i These are Sample Prices Late copyrights were 150 Our price 8S cts List includes uThe Christian Unit of time Wild Brewsters Millions Graustark The Castaway David Harura etc Encyclopedia Brirnnnica 10 vols half leather regular 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens jt complete works 15 vuls regular ttl 1500 our price 295 ttPoetsand 48 others Do Luxe Full Leather padded editiunIedges regular 150 our lEerperfect and satisfactory or your money back without question or i quibblingPractically any book or set of i books you want at a fraction of thetretail while they last fttingiXmai books Write for it today t THE DAVID CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILLa j 98t f Lowest Spec Homeseekers1 Rates ra EVER MADETO INDIAN TEXAS OKLAIIO IAIGREAT SOUTIIIVESTt LOUISVILLE1 1VIA ST LUtllo RY J THEHENDERSON ROUTE In conneotion with nil other routes jDecemberdaysin I d OWN A HOME Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For o and information inquire Of fL J IRWIN General Passenger AgentILouisville Ky iJ H GALLAGHER J Traveling Passenger Agent y U EJ L XMAS Presentsline Oak Heating Stoves Arizona Cook Stoves Ranges t Chafing Dishes Turines Berry Spoons Rogers Knives and Forks Carving Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos Buggy Rugs 9 Hardware Merchants of All Kinds P C11SOWER CO Both Phones 307309 Main St CHRISTMAS f I j SUGGESffiIQNS r l l 4 We have now on exhibition the most comprehensive showing we have ever made of articles suitable for HOLIDAY GIFTS which will not only delight the recip entI f but which have the added value of permanencu and lasting charm We espeoially invite your attention to our superb collection of Diamonds Gold Jewelry Gold Watches We also append a list of some the many distinctive and appropriate things which may ssist ante in selecting liens Jewelry and Novelties Gold or Household Ware in Silver and Glass Cigar and Cigarette Cases Ripgs StudsKnives Forks Spoons Watches Fobsf Pendants PinsTeaSets Trays Seal and Emblem Rings BroochesBowls Vases PitchersiFasks LocketsCandelabraPlatters Sets r Desk FittingsNecklaces and Bon Bon DishesICuff Links I and ChainsOlive f Y t Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetrI M A SELBJ7RTReliableYOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD k 1 u J 1 = POSTOFFICEY Preparing for Bush Before Christ- I mas Borne Timely Hints The approach of Christmas is being felt in the mailing department at the Postoffloe For a wee or more numbers of packages con taming gifts for friends in distan lands have been daily received for dispatch The amount of mat matter handled during the two weeks before and the week afte Christmas in the local Postofflc and in other Postoffloes throughou tho country is simply enormous taxing the strength and endurance i of the employes to handle same At the local office during the holl days the clerks work many hour overtime in order to relievo tin congestion The continued prosperity of tin country and magnificent display o r Christmas good by all tho merchants is tho prognosticator of greater distribution of presents and gifts this year than ever before In spite of the untold number o packages passing through the mails during the holidays the handling of tho same is done expeditiously and with very little loss Postmaster Drane says thakpack ages should be put in strong boxes or in canvass brgs and if not first class must be tied so as to bear easy inspection by tho officials It IB advisable to send package s of small weight under letter post age which is firstclass for 2 cent for each ounce or fraction thereof Firstclass postage is sealed against inspection and one can en close a letter or any kind of writing in printed matter etc are transmitted through the mails at thirdclass rate of postage or 1 con for each two ounces or fraotioi thereof No writing whatever is permitted in packages mailed at thirdclass rate If such writing is found on inspection by officials tin package is rated as firstclass and held for postage All articles of merchandise go as fourthclass matter at tho rate of cent for each ounce or fraotioi thereof The conditions applicabl to writing in thirdclass matter obtain in tho fourthclass alsorrho weight of packages is limited to four pounds Tho only writing permissible in third and fourthclass matter is a card bearing the name of the send ereThe addition of such words as Merry Christmas Happy New Year Lovingly Yours Fron Mother to Dear Sue and the like on such cards subjects the whole package to letter postage The custom of mailing packages so as to be deliverable on the morn ing of Christmas Day has changed within the last few years es peoially is it truo that people now send packages to friends at distant ItCall and see our of Estate Soup Vases of points days in advance of Christ mac In order to reach points in the far Eastern and Western State senders should deposit their mail in the office not later than December 18 10 and 20 and for the Con tral States not later than December 21 and 22 Presents intended for persons in the city ol Frankfort and Franklin county can be deposited on the 28d and be de livered on Sunday and Monday 24th and 25th HUGE TASK It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kid nay disenso as that of C F Col lies of Cherokee Ia but Electric Bitters did it Ho writes My kidneys were so far cone I could not sit on a chair without a ouch tons and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depres clan In Electric Bitters however- I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recom mend this groat tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomachs Guaranteed by all drug gists price 50o OLD FITZGERALD IN OPERATION IThe Old Fitzgerald Distillery the property o f Mr S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis made tho first mash of the season on Monday Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourist Seeking Reliable Information If contemplatq a trip to the- PauUlo Coast or Puget Sound ooun ratesIfew suggestions of how to Bee most without extra cost includlnj Banff the Beautiful in the Caua dian Rockies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to the Exposi Clt Americas virgin play MouegroundHood or mQn capitol Salt Lake City and its sea tho mines and- mountnins of Colurado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and tosoo and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel It would pay you to confer ltha Monon Route Agent while in Lou isville for his office is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phonos 1181 Address E H Bacon D 1r A lotion Route LouikvilleWANTEDBy Chicago Manufacturing House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar will local territory as assistant in brand office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest ment required experi ence not to engaging Address Manager com Block Chicago 612t J Dr Weavers Syrup M and Cerate Bucwisf nl treatment for blood and akin diwMW r A lazy liver makes a lazy man itlazy t 1 CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO ILL IVia F C IlyIiv4 Stock EXrposition llObrotiatl trip Tick i Deltitulars0 W HAY G h12tD10 KILL II AND ilFOR THE CURE COUCH I 111 THE LUNGS fI A DrKin2s 11Iil WITHNew Discovery 111CONSUMPTION SOc Price 8 S 1OO IIIFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TRaUBILES or MONEY BACKI DrR P Buckmaster steopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODonnells 485 Main Street Will he in office TUESDAY TOURS DAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 484f or It Read C arefUII J the PricesQuotedPelow I iffItdi t h DRESS GOODS Sweaters Paper Hair Pins Ic Y ill A most beautiful line at lessl 2eEvery jr 39cj5Oiu thant costISnew stock and perfectly fresh leather Stitched Braid 4c Plaid Wuistiiig worth 20c 11c never have such a Dozen Safety Pins 40JSheets and Pillow iCaseschance again Extra Value Pearl Buttons 5c r t SILKS Pillow Gases 9c Yard Wide Bleached Cotton t5o lilJljf Readymade Sheets 49c Ladies Pants j 21c Yard wide Unbleached Cotton 5c What is more delightful than Ladies Vests 21c Good Combs jSilk for Skirt or Dress as an Xmas Embroideries and Laces Ladies Vests 48c Dress Shields 5Cttpresent Big lot Hand Embroidery Ladies Vests 53c Good Tooth Brushes 10cIllJJJ 40 in Ribbon lOc 53cSilksFancy Hat lOo t lOc quality 7c Good Bath 10c r Torchon Lace 3c Ladies Union Suits worth S 1 TovisZ it f iUmbrellas and S15O extra valueGood Apron 50 t One lot 89cStockings now 69c and 98c Best Calico 40 YOnce lot 98c One lot at 9c Childrens Union Suits 31c Fine Corsets 490 ERTherewil1 be Something New Every Week at IEW S D JOHNSON COflr REMEM RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn th- lector being sick Rev R L Mo Croady of Louisville will conduct the services Sunday December 10 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mono 980 a m Sabbathschool in tho ohapel PrayerandSermont Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer yTeaohyIat 715 m The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH IRev-C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m rSundnysohool at 080 a m in meetstMarshallTopic Stands For fPraOermeetinJ Wednesday even ohapel The Junior Society meets Tues itday afternoon Invited- CATHOLIC at 3 oclock CHURCH Revr Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m pmVespers BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will mvthe chapel taughtb4 Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday nlohapelVisitorsSeats free i FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH Rev J MoO Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 am and 780p m Sundayschool at 980 a m 6i Young Peoples Society of Chris IIJ Endeavor at 680 p m IPrayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomedI METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will J preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m ajhJunior League at 8 p m League at 7 p m ti Prayermeeting on Wednesday jjl evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe pas 1IjtIHUROHRev at 11 a m and 780 at 980 a m 1t J Young Peoples Society at 680 p m t Prayermeeting Wednesday atji i oclock Ii Everybody invited to attend NARROW ESCAPEf Mr John Liesterman a copper smith at work at the Hermitage Distillery lost his balance and telltfrom a platform 27 feet from ground on Thursday1 Fortunately he struck tho ground where muddy and thus escapod ierioust injury j BUSINESS MENS EXCURSION The Business Mens Excursion run over the F C Railway on Wednesday was a big success The train consisted of five coaches Racked full of people until there was not even standing room The first train in could not hold all the people leaving a big crowd at tbee so many e train was one coach short The excursionists swarmed rill over the city and visited all the points of interest including the New Capitol site The merchants did a fine business and when the train went back acv oclock in the afternoon it bore tired but crowd of people who voted Frankforts Business Men the finest ever A BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your appendiJitlsSafetyLife Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases sup h as headache biliousness costivoness eto Guaranteed at all druggists only 25c Try them OF INTEREST HERE The following announcement will be of interest to the many rela ives of the bridetobe in this city She is a daughter of Mr Thos B Mon roe Jr and wife nee Mien Blan dlna Hord The marriage of Miss Anna Mon roe of Houston Tex and Mr George Lyons of New Orleans will take place in Now Orleans at the home of Miss Monroes unoleJ Judge Frank Monroe at 5 December 16IThe go tian Miss to spend two weeks and will sail January9 for Algiers where they will speudthe winter Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to thej needs of the children Pleasant take soothing in its influence it is tho remedy of all remedies for lungdiseaseI By Our Special Reporter EXCURSION OVER THE F C Eight jolly merchants left on the 620 train Wednesday morning December 18 to conduct the excursionists to Frankfort They were Messrs Charlie Weitzel W Of Simpson W S Farmer Phil D Arnold 0 Steele Reading John H Cassell Will C Lutkemeler and Western D Furr Arriving at Parisvat8 oclock a m whore a specialswas made upaone coach being reserved for verydemonstri rapidlythrough many stations along the F C Upon arriving at Switzer coaches being already filled could not take more passengers aboard a special was sent back for them train arriv at Frankfort at 1015 am A ollier or more congenial crowd SKentuokyhospitality that makes Frank ort and its people so noted The Y M CoA served an elegant lunch All Frankfort papers were well profuselyhroughout many large and attractive advertisements the visitors needed no one to direct them whore to secured bargainsThe very well r pleased by their days business as was proven by the numerous pack ages and bundles that were carried in to the train by the shoppers who seemed as well their days bargains and that they ex peot to return often in the future saysHave It A KID COMMENT We are amazed to learn upon good authority that there have Bevel oped two phases of the insurance situation which seriously reflects upon the hard sense of a good many presumably intelligent Americans Hundreds even thousands are permitting their policies to lapse This is so stupid as to be from the standpoint of pure selfinterest quesacan question of the solvency of the companies Enough has deyelopeI to prove beyond the o doubt that the total of money- wasted and not earned that might have been earned is a bagatelle in proportion to the enormous assets Every dollar of insurance outstanding is good as gold whether a new policy over be written or not It is the uttermost folly therefore for any one to sacrifice the slight est portion of what he has paid in To continue the payment of pre miums and demand restitution and reform is the only sane policy 2 Thousands of policy holders are sending their proxies to Thomas W Lawson They would better send them to the devil himself If the wit of man were exercised to find a way to wreck if possible a solvent concern one more effective than this could not be devised No rightthinking person can condone proven offenses but such a jump this would be from the frying pan not into the fire but into the bottomless pit That sane beings to any number likely to prove adequate to his purpose should intrust their property and the future sustenance of their beneficiaries to a professionally unscrupulous specu lator seems incredible And yet the danger is said to be real and imminent We hope and believe it is by unwarranted boastfulness on the one hand and by distorted imagination on the other But the interests involved are so vast and so widespread that no patriotic citizen should spare any possible effort to save credulous thousands from the inevitable con sequences of their own rash action Ifit be possibly true that insurance t officials have become so discredited s to be impotent in withstanding the force of a wave of insanity it IB high time for the formation of a National Vigilance Committee in the interest of the home people Harpers Weekly IRVING BACHELLERS STORY Some years agow Irving Buoheller tdtheEreading woridi acquaint romance of old York State rite and Mr Edward E Rose seeing the splendid dramatic possibilities in the story presented th stage witti dramatization of the book Eben Holden which has not only met with wonderful success but is refreshing in its quaintness of uharaoter drawidg and the dialogue at times bubbles with wisdom and sparkles with wit introtucing tyrOs country folk ew York State nearest New England The scene of the first act is laid the barn of David Brower and a truer picture has never boon presented on the American stage show- Ing the interior of an old barn of that period The second act is at Hole tta shady pool in Sinkle Brook the home of the wary trout The Old Settler This i 1 scene of rustic simplicity is one of the most bountiful of all stage pie tures and in this act is introrducod Nick the quaint old fiddler whose only means of speech is his violin The final act shows the kitchen of David Brewers home with it oldfashioned fireplace and it homely surroundings The pro duction is an American one out and out and has all the flavor of sentiments pathos and drollery that go to make a successful play playdearr actor of great ability He is sup ported by Miss Louise Harden lodyIcetera are Tip Taylor with a hair lip a man of all work on the farm tson Hospur also sheriff who has never arrested a man but would like to try to see how it seems Bill Brow er Hopes sweetheart Ransom Walker Orville Baker Elkenah Sampson David Brower Robt Liv Ingstou the city chap Mrs Brow er Mrs Fuller Laura Tonyhurst and the village choir all these and other quaint characters appear in II Eben Holdeu which comes to the Capital Theatre as the Christ mas attraction Monday December 25 when the theatre will undoubt edly be crowded Dont drug he stomach to cure a cough 0 Minute Cough Cure cuts the r Hau8 draws the Inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by J W Gayle e1 sLETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending1 December 16 1905 Barnes Lester Barton Mrs Ada Bell S P Bonta L F Brunhain Press Bridges Mrs Mary T Brown Willie I Cordova Peter I Cox Bert Davis Frank Dohauen B B Dover Time- Edwards A Lee Erdelm C H Evans Lewis Gilllon Percy MaymeHarnes Hnsselborh Julius 2 Jones William Jones Miss Laura Jouett Mrs Mollie Merritt Mrs Alice Miller Mrs Ellen Mitchell Mrs Lizzie Moore W Masley Bob and Kelson Pope Rev John A Rice Wesley MaryRosone Sams William Sargent William John MiapJMinneSmith Snyder P C Sparrow John MaryStephenson Thotnas Mrs Martha- Waits Miss Ollie 2 Wales John Wallace Charley 2 Waller Mrs Frank Williams Lewis Persons calling for the above let- ors will please tray advertised EMDRANE PMa Mothers everYY praise One Minute Cough Cure for the setter ings it has relieved end the lives of their little oqaq iG saved A certain pure for Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough JWftkes breathing easy gets out and draws out the inflammation Sold by J W Gayle r WELL REPRESENTED IThe Roundabout had the hand sourest and best representative ofFall the newspapers of this city on r S4sO F C RESUMES OPERA 1lONIffsThe O F C the property of the Geo T Stagg rl Co made the first mash of the sea ttr son on Monday last ACCIDENT TO RURAL ROUTE MAIL WAGON tA Mr John Church the Rural i Free Delivery Carrier No1 was driving up St Clair street on Tues1ii day morning a street oar ran into t 3 and crushed down a wheel of his wagon Luckily no one was hurt anothert i1 run fROUGH WEATHER On Thursday night the weather i which had been raw and chilly all 1 day moderated slightly and rain began to fall which turned to sleet and soon coated the streets wires Laterthe rain became andIand washed the ice off of streets leaving it on the trees wires Altogether it was the worst of the season f lCOL HOGES RESIDENCE n NARROWLY ESCAPES DESTRUCTION The handsome residence of Col Chas E Hoge at Hoge Station came near being destroyed by tireAThursday night It seems a lump of coal fell from the grate in i the room of Mrs Henry T Ireys and set fire to the floor When Mrs Ireys went to her room to put her children to bed she discovered the flames and the alarm was given 7 by her The blaze was extinguished with small loss But for the discovery so quickly made the home would havb been burned 4iA SPLENDID ADDRESS On Sunday afternoon Dr J A Stucky of Lexington deliveredathe first of a series of addresses in the Y M C A course at the Opera House There was not as large a crowd present as the importance of the theme discussed should have war ranted Dr Stucky took for his theme The Prodigal Daughter He treated it in an able and unanswer able manner showing that there was no two standards of virtue end denounced in scathing terms the idea that mure should be re quired of the man than the woman In pathetic and touching language he showed how when once a woman sinned there was no open door for her return to hope home and heaven It was an address that should have been heard and heeded by every man Irt Frankfort The second of those addresses will be delivered tomorrow afternoon at the same plane and will be by Prof T C Aoheson of Central University Danville The hour will be 8 oclock and the theme A Square DeaL Let all the m especially the young men attend APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE HEARD COLUMBIAN ENTERTAINERS11 Tho trite saying about tho small i and appreciative audience was literal truth Tuesday evening at the Columbian Entertainers perform ance at the Capital Theatre for the audience was both small and ap preoiativo Tho work demanded an appreciative audience Tho solos of Miss Stuart wore unusually fine and one thing that is seldom if over foundin n soloist asher entire absence cf mannerisms Her breathing capacity was so good d that one missed tho disagreeable contortions that are in evidence inmost artists Her voice is full and of good resonant quality and great volume Miss Blanche Deering was fine and handled her instru ment with loving ease Her inter pretations wore thoughtful poets and marvelously brilliant She a well as Miss Stuart received round after round of applause Wm G Milar is an artist of whom Joseph Jefferson said Ho imperSOnajtlons genius and does the most creditable work We would suggest he stick to comedy and pathos He is bet ter in eithor than in Shakesperian roles Ho caught on with tho audience and received his duo in the way of applause CLEAR THE WAY The mission of U Early Risors to clear the way and give Nature 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 pleasant perfect pill Mack Hamilton hotel U saysTwotle Pills cured mo of chronic con stipation Sold by J W Gallo PADUCAH TO CEASE TO BE PORT OF ENTRY It seems that the city of line beat a port of entry PaducnhI ber of years It also the receipts at its custom house have dwindled until lust year they amounted to only 450 while the expense of collecting that sum amounted to ninny times the amount collected So the Secretary of the Treasury has recommended that the city should no longer be ii port of entry SyrnpPuUes for the akin 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 n distance of nine miles will be opened for passenger traffic on Friday December 1905 The schedule of trains between 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 t has been made and the service be tween Louisville and Lexington will be as it has been with tho Bftnio numoeiOf through trains each way fiveiy day of the tiow hate will onsldollnbb1cdllte the tinio of the theDCrescent Route Through sleep fers will go from St Louis and Lou S isville by way of Danville connect ing with the Q C fast trains at that With the trains mt1ct Inc at Danville a distance of 85 miles is saved and the time can bo shortened Lexington as well fts Danville will profit by the change in tho time The same number of trains and tho same train service will be in effect to Lexington and the new time will bo much moro convonientIfor shoppers and others y Louisville The early out Louisville for Lexington will bo retained Tho next train which I now leaves at 740 a m will leave i at 8 oclock and will roach Loxing ton correspondingly later The early afternoon train will leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and vill make connection for Q 0 local stations at Lexington Under the new arrangement thoro will be four trains daily without change between Louisville and Lexington in each direction and two trains daily without change be tween Louisville and pnnVille in each direction The track between Harrodsburg and Danville has been used tho freight traffic for several weeks but it was thought best not to run passongor trains over it until it had been settled finally and firmly Tho line between Harrodsburg and Burgin will be operated on a much more frequent than r before One train will bo used and it will be made practically hourly trips between those two points con necting at Burgin with all Q C trains This service will give Har rodeburg two ways to connect with the Qt C The following is tho official an nouncement of train service as made by the company Train No1 will leave 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 routetsleeper through to Danville Train No 23 will leave Louisville at 745 p m instead of p m with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville aniving at those points at J045 p m and oclock p ui respectively stopping only at important stations This train will also carl v Parlor Cafe Car from St Louis through t Danville serving supper leuvin Louisville Train No 5 will leave Louisville kingston at 040 a m Tills train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect a Lexingon with Q C Route trap for local stations on that road arriving Danville at 1105 a in Train No 9 will leave Louisville a 880 p in 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 in Train No 24 will leave Dan meat 530 a m with through coaches and Parlor Cafe Car for Louisville and St Louis arriving at former point at 845 a m and St Louis at WillIat 545 a in with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan Lawrollceburgrrain at 445 p in 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 conches for Louisville which will be attached to the Danville train at Lawroncoburg Lexingtoning local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a m This train will make connection at Lexington with leavingDmlYiIJo Loxlngtonfat 015 p m This train will con nect at Lexington with Q C Route local train leaving Danville at 100 p m- All of the above trains will run dailyI Harrodsburg and Bur beIleaving Harroduburg as follows 605 1025 1115 a in anti 140410 and 515 p m In tho return direc tion trains will leave Burgin nt 580 640 1100 a in and 100 215 and 44u p m These trains will lun daily The running time between tho two points will be from ten to fifteen minutes There will be no changes in the train service between Versailles and Georgetown rWANTED Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this territorySalaryweekly expense money advanced pormanentISquired Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelopeCOOPER CO 182 Lake St Chicago 111 1812K Ii I BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 n m to 9 p m except 11 a m 1 and 8 p in Leave Parts for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 n in to 11 p ilL except 11 a m 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from G tm to 10 pni except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington Georgetown at 850 p in fJlI Georgetown at 10 a in Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Xatri 145 ptn Freight rnef ajsospecial rates for excursions for and theatre parties tibia for school business fffrnijv tickets can be had attion at tho corn pnnys oflico 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Home Phone i274hY ALEXANDER President tf STAMPING GROUND Mr Levi Rhorer of Wilmoro is tho guest of his daughter Mrs J T WashRev M Strlckler of Morgan town W Va delivered a lecture at the Baptist Church Sunday night on the subject The Saloon It Must Die Mr John King of Louisville visited relatives here this week A well known colored man In the name of Merritt Bradford diee1 here aged 88 years He was an pensionDied December 5th Miss Bertha Davidson daughter of Mr Saml Davidson aged 12 years The funeral was conducted last Wednes day by Rev Jasper Stafford and thu interment was at Minorsvillo Roy O 1 Powers tho eloquent Baptisst tore on London Illustrated iy BaptistOhurch18 UNO thto t wild Deans Ointment cured me quickly and ermanentlyafter doe tors hind failed C F Corn well Valley Street Saugorties N Y LOW RATES Via F C Ry to Alabama Georcia Louisiana Mississippi exceptedRateway rate for the round trip plus 50 cents minimum 870 21RtDecember1905LimitTwentyono days from date of sale- Stopover privileges allowed For full particulars apply to C W HAY Agent10tD20 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signnatnrn II IT TODAY II injunctionNeveryou can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich has been in use for over 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 trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druglgsts lyr I COMFORTFor the SICK Modern science has de appliancesI of the sick We belioVe these things Would be used more largely if people knew they were to be had We have everything in the line t f sickroom equip ment every item is of high est quality and our prices on them are very reiiun- able INVALID CUSHIONS ICE BAGS AL THERMOMETERS ISICK FEEDERS IMEDICINE CLASSES SURGICAL DRESSINGS ETC 1 Wo GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has homo the signature of If has made under per supervision its infancy no ono to you tills All Uottnterlcits Imitations and JustasgoQl are but Experiments that trifle with suet endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA y Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago 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 the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSyr Bears the Signature of ercc AttH oast111 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Cv4TUn 77 J1IIrIIi11 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY r WINTER IMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 2 No4 No3 Stations IIDaily DailyEx Mis iBx Sun i PM AM PM Leave LeaveAr Ar 225 745I 0 Lexington 1010 005 810 825 Winchester O2JI 529 489860 Clay City 406 Stanton 828 480954I 157485 Natural Hrldge t7 Sot 401 449 1008 Torrent 747 847 610 511 1029 1180 170 94I 726I025 i2a Trains No 3 and daisy except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos 8 and mtiko connection at O K Junction for points on the O 8 K Ry Trains and connect at L E Junction with the 0 8 O Rv ny for it Sterling Trains No8 and connect at Beattyvillo Junction with tho L 8 A Ry for BeattyvUlo and local station J R BARB CHARLES SCOTT General MnunlterU P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No No 83 No Diily Daily flatly a M Is Ex Ex Bund StationsI Ex Sund Ex Sund Mia A M LvePM Lye AMAr PMAr ILo 980 285 Jackson 1120 0 D25 280 O K Junction 885 1128 848l5 WiUmrRt 117 1162 880 152 Hampton 480 1158 128 Lee Clty 510 1222 19 101 122 5J8 1228 QI 105 cannel City 545 1245 f and will make close connection at 0 4 K Ju ction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent r SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TIm flenflerson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points ancl St Lquis 1rf COLONIST AM limn SEEKERS JUlES TO Til WEST AM SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or n change of lunation in the near fu tune Got the Henderson Routo Habit It is tho comfortable line timid a comfortable train in traveling is always good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you raton Wn have the equipment tho trait service the free chair tars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Aft Gen Pass At HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY r1 Jr to r rl tr ann been his sonal since Allow deceive in Nos Dally HulChawn Queensland Crescent Route SfioilBst Haute AND Quietest Sofietfiile BETWEEN t GEORGE TOWN o IN 0 INN A 11- CHATTANOOGA A T L A N T A BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS jTEXASWriter for Rates and Printed Matter In E siCLflRKE 1 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky s y 1 1l j i