You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, December 23, 1905. Frankfort Roundabout. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1905 fra1905122301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, December 23, 1905. Frankfort Roundabout. George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. il fj- f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT J GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEJUIS 100 In A dv once I I YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC 23 1905 NO Ihf I HALF PRICEII On Christmas Goods C Today prices on what is left of Christmas Cut Glass qhina Dolls Toys Medallions 7 In fact everything included in the sample purchase will be just onehalf usual retail prices away below cost manufacture Many beautiful gifts are still here these prices Will bring to a big end the largest sale of Christmas goods ever known in Central Kentucky These prices apply only on the special Christmas purchase tilings we can not afford to carry overnot in regular stock of Clothing Furnishing Goods and Shoes R K McCLURE SONS 212214 ST GLAIR ST FRANKFORT Kyj Written for the Roundabout THE CHRISTMAS JOY If you could haVe been with us in one of our mission journeys only a fe1days ago the real meaning of would have filled your heart to overflowing and touched your sympathy to tears Itjwas a small tenement house in a prison alley with one room in which the mother was washing while the children were playing The shouts and laughter being hushed only when to our knock the door was opened and we entered upon the Christmas joy Twn small boys and a smaller girl with a crowing baby in her arms wore having the delights of a makebe lieve Christmas tree The tree was a small dried bush kept in place of honor in the middle of the room by strings tied to four chairs and was decorated with every imaginable bit of colored rag broken china and castoff rubbish It really seemed we were treading on holy groundto disturb them The cere monies of distributing with a lavish hand the presentsworth more to these litlte ones than the diamonds of a king was far more beautiful than any picture I had ever seen and when the poor mother came forward offering apologies for her room and the children my friend smiled and told her that we were reminded in the beautiful repro duction of the well remembered happiness of our own childhood and the Christmas joy Coming face to face with the gathering twilight wo could look far to the East for whore the star tho Christmas starwas gleaming in its lustre in its glory The prophesy of the wise men came to us as it had done to the shepherds a field and after awhile we won dered at tho light at tho chorus of the heavenly messengers i at the angel host chanting tho wonderful anthem of peace and of the Christ mas joy then following gladly the spirit of tho seasons power we f came to the manger in Bethlehem Inn and found the Savior wrapped ins waddling clothes we offered our meed of praise and worshiped at His foot before the real darkness had fallen and as we walked alone to whore the streets were being lighted and the shop windows were t 4r4 blazing with the Christmas pres ents our thoughts went back to the littlo ones at play and our very souls were filled with the same joy It will be a very acceptable offer ing in tho eyes of God if you will sacrifice our desire for that ex quisito diamond pin and buy in stead the sensible muchneeded article of furniture so long wished for so much desired What a pleasure it will afford every member of the family and you yourself will experience the Christmas joy Try it and see Do not go in debt to give giftsremember that a child loves after all the inexpensive simple toy which Rives them far more pleasure than those more expensive I have soon a boy leave all of his presents to watch with Interest inexpressible the wheels go round in a 25 cents railroad en gine The little girl turn aside from the II gay Paree to sing to sleep the calico doll and each member of Gods kingdom the grown up ones the middle size ones and the wee bit of a baby would be only too happy if the things Santa Claus put in the stockings would be clean whole some durable and priceless with the sympathy shown in their Christmas joy That sympathy which is kept long hidden and which is only ac knowledged when tho familiar voice is hushed when the chair is vacant and the white fragrant roses of remembrance are laid upon the grave of our precious dead I saw a whitefaced mother only yes terday She hold up the empty stocking of her lost darling who would spend thin holiday away from her for tho first time in the whole of its little life and with stern drawn lips whispered Oh my baby my baby all the other mothers have something to hold in their arms and mine are empty and sho held out to me the white thin hands of a desolato mother hood The sad touch of sorrow too had left mo empty handed but by the joy of Christmas I was glad to hold her trembling fingers to speak Iho message of sympathy and love so muuh needed to open wide tho door of her grief and so whoa we parted we looked at each other through a mist of tears I divinely comforted Oh ye blessed d of mothers Thank God on your knees today for the gift of your little child She or be it is who will draw you heavenward Dont start them out on the road of life with the thought that there is no such thing as a Santa Claus be cause you will have denied to them one of the most beautiful pictures of after lifethe very sweetest in memorys hall Santa Claus is very real so real that his every action is mirrored in your formIand features i so real that day I can picture him as he ap peared to me such a childish phantasy in the play of those ragged lldrenthe diving Christ mas joy Oh ye fathers beware how Jye speak lightly of the good Santa who climbs on the housetop and comes down the chimney to fill the stockings of the little people This simple belief hath its merit of reward for the best gift is the gift of God and the unseen angel of His presence enoampeth round about the children the shadow of night serving only as the per spective of the day when the real ity will be the Christmas joy Take up the lesson story which if told in its oharm of simplicity will fill every heart with a desire to love God and servo his fellowmen For get the old wrongs and renew tho old friendships Remember the poor with something beside money Money may do a great amount of good in this worlddoubtless it- doesbut it can not buy happiness and what the poor need morn than any other gift is the Christmas joy which comes to them conso orated by poverty Pray for the gift of a personal knowledge of what tho whole world needs Put yourself in position to pass the blessing along Let this one day be to each of us a grand stairway by which we can climb up to tho housetop and view through the eyes of childfaith the good saint who in the delight of oldI will come even into our hearts fills UBWlth the Christmas joy N S COX December 1005 CJ A IJI C JABean the A NEW COATS I Just received another big press shipment of LADIES LONG COATS Beautiful Styles Wondcrinl Values 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 r350 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 ues 100 250 500 Kimonas Another shipment arrived this ShortKimonasfine quality French Flannelette exquisite patterns at 150 to 500 Dress Goods We are offering unusual values in Serges Cloth and Panama the most popular cloths for Suits and Skirts 50c 75t 100 per yd Comforts and Blankets Largo size Silkoline Comforts filled with nice white cotton 150 200 250 104 AllWool Blanket extra value 3 50 and u- pC1KAOIN BRO AT BRIDGE SMALL STEAMER SUNK The small steamer Gladys the property of the J B Blantou Sand frQ AND- DISPLAY r17F HOLIDAY GOODS The Largest tock of Holiday Novelties we have ever shown is now ready for your inspection Our Line consists of presents for every onefor Ladies and Gentlemen 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 ia more useful and appropriate for Lady or Gentleman than a nice Umbrella We have Umbrellas specially made for Holiday selling from f 50c to 600 Each HandkerchiefssNever before have we shown such a beautiful assortment of Ladies Gentlemens and Child 1 rens Handkerchiefs Ladies beautifully embroid ered Handkerchiefs warranted all Pure Linen a Syccial Value Only 15c Each Ladies warranted all Li Handkerchiefs exceptional i ues at 5c lOc 15c and25e Each One lot of Childrens Handker chiefs only 3c each Gentlemens Handkerchiefs Special ValuesI a 5c 1015c and 25c each Shaving Sets Wo have a complete assort t3havinltSets50c to 500 Each Manicure Sets apprelatedbyboth useful and ornamental We have them made of Real Eb any with Sterling Silver mountings also the cheaper ones from 50c to 500 Each 15c and 25c Novelties We have a large of yasThermometers etc at 15c and 25c Each Beautiful Dolls Every child loves Dolls with pretty faces You can please them if you buy yonr Dolls here bodyDolls25c to 100 each DRESSED DOLLS 2Bo upward We invite yqu to visit our store and inspect our Stock it will interest you C r KAGINS BRO 41 StjlrStatjoe Co sunk at tho upper landing on Friday night She was used fortpumping sand and towing sandvboats etc j IMr1i i Our 100 Serosis UnderskirtI PERSNAL Miss Virgio Nunn js at home for the holidays Mr John P Hanloy went to Lou 1 isville Saturday Miss Drew Church is visiting her brother in Texas Mr C B Eoton of Winchester was here Wednesday Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned worn Clarksville Tenn FlemingsIHon J W Cammack of Owen ton was here this week Dr C M Payntor of Lawrence burg was here this week CynthianavaR Mr Russell S Penn of Morgan field is at home for Christmas Miss Carrie Brock has returned from a visit to friends in Paris Mrs S M Saufley has gone t Stanford to spend the holidays Miss Aubyn Chinn of State Col loge is at home for the holidays Miss Nora Marshall of State Col lIege is at home for the holidays Miss Anna Abbott leffc Tuesday for Gadsdon Ala to visit friends Mr R G Higdon and wife have gone to Owensboro for the holidays Qol Sam J Shackleford returned Tuesday from a trip to Baltimore Md MisE Bessie Staten is visiting her sister Mrs Arthur Branch South Sid Mr Tipton L Pryor left Tuesday for Charleston W Va for the holi days I Miss Ida Finn of Erlanger is the guest of Misses Jelfers Main streetSenatorelect Frank L Rives of Hotfkinsville was in the city Saturday Judge J P Tarvlnof Covington was here on legal business on Sat urday I Hon Clarence U McElroy of Bowling Green was in the city on MondayCongressman Jas M Richard son of Glasgow was in the city Thursday Mr J A Hamon Representative Jleot from Scott county was here hursday Miss Susie Mayhall spent several days this week with friends in Louisville Hon Eli H Brown has returned from a business trip to Western Kentucky Dr W L Redman of Philadel phia Penn visited relatives hero this week Mr T Duvall and wife of citybMiss Vorlie Kenney returned from Georgetown College Tuesday for the holidays Mr Edmund Taylor of Central University Danville is at home for the holidays Miss Margie Dudley who has CovingtoFJms Mr W A Watts of Terre Haute A Ind was the guest of Col Thos A Hall this week t Mr Morris Brook of Memphis Tenn will be hom tomorrow to spend his vacation I Mrs John C Hawkins and daugh tel have come home 4um LexIng- ton for the holidays Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mr W S Farmer Sunday BBBBBBBBBBBB 3B3B3 3 3PiBB l A MERRY CHRISTMASu Our wish 10 every one is a Merry Christmas During the Holiday Season there will be Reduced Prices in Every Department of Our Store Special Dress Goods Cloak and Fur Sale Still Going Onj CHARLES J WEITZEL Iis Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife Mr Theodora OH Samuels visited friends in Springfield and Bardstown this week Miss Helen ORear of Science Hill Academy Shelbyville is at home for the holidays Miss Rebecca Smith of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Jennie Craik East Main street Col Geo H Watson of St Louis Mq President of the Geo T Stagg Co was here this week Mrs Ernest Ashurst of Georgetown attended the funeral of Mr John N Marshall Tuesday Mrs Otis Ashurst of Georgetown was called here by the death of her father Mr John N Marshall Miss Elise Dandridge who is attending school at Washington City is at home for the holidays Mrs Geo W Robb and daughter Miss Jennie left Tuesday for Lou isville to visit Mrs Win Garland daughteroMiss spend the holidays in Louisville i Miss Louise Uhehorn of New Orleans La is the guest of Miss Genevieve Samuels Fourth Avenue Mr Howard Umethun and Mr Robert Hat of State College Lox ington are at home for the holi daysCol H S McOutcheon and wife nee Susie McHenry have taken rooms for the winter at the Capital 0 E Collins was called to Lexington Saturday hy the serious WIIaughlln guusts of Mr John W Reading and wife Sunday Rev R L McCready who has been in the city several days left for his home at Crescent Hill Tues day evening Mrs W B Carmody and son Herbert left Thursday for Kansas City Mo where they will reside in the future Mrs C C Calhoun of Washing ton City who has been visiting her aunt Miss Eliza Overton has re turned home Mit E E Abbott Jr who is attending Central University Danville came home Tuesday afternoon for the holidays Miss Mary Thomas Scearce who is attending college at Lexington was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Scarce Mr Geo C Webb Master Commissioner of Fayette county was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Saturday Mr Win Culter has boon ap pointed foreman of the Hermitage- Coopershops to succeed Mr C A Nelson deceased Mrs Emma Goodwin left for St Louis on Thursday to spend Christ mas with the family of her son Mr Walter F Goodwin Mrs Ed P Bryan of Bound Brook N J who was called hereby the illness of her sister Mrs J Alex Grant has returned home Capr C C Furr and wife were called to Salviea on Monday to at tend the funeral of Dr W C Nol son brotherinlaw of Capt Purr Mr Clifford K Borryman the accomplished cartoonist of Wash ington City was the guest of his sister Mrs W H Posey this week Miss Gladys Rodman Miss Jauque Ellwanger and Miss Virginia Green ow of Margaret Hall Versailles have come homo for tho holidays Mrs Torberb Coryell of Lam bertsville N J who was called here by the illness of her sister Mrs J Alex Grant has returnee home w Representativeguest of his son Assistant Attorney General Chas H Morris this Chap Chestnutt formerly of this city but nod of Newark Ohio has been in the city this week on businesshis first visit in fifteen yearsMiss Ethel Atherton of New Haven and Mrs Clara Mounce of Terre Haute Ind were guests of GradyMondayMrs Mary Hensley and Mrs Belle Colahan of Annapolis Md who were called here by the illness of Mrs J Alex Grant left Wednes day for Versailles to visit Rev A C Hensley daughtereveningtile former from his usual fall trip through the South and the two latter from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville 14 FOR CRACKED HANDS Rough skin and crooked hands are not only cured by DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve but an occa sional application will keep the skin soft and smooth Best for Eoxoma Cuts Burns Boils etc The genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve attords immediate relief in all forms of Blind Bleeding Itch byJNow is your time to yet Christmas Goods at McClures at half price RESIGNS POSITION Mr J M Perkins the hustling and popular Superintendent of the Old Taylor Distillery of Messrs EJ H Taylor Jrt7G Sons owing to the pressure of his private transfer business has resigned the position to take effect January 1st Mr Perkins is n thorough businessman and is making a success of every thing he handles and is one of the cleverest follows anywhere about Dont the stomach to cure a curecutsmation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes nnd cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by J W Gayle = EXPLANATION Last week two young ladies called at this office and handed the prop ICjtor a notice of what purported to bo an entertainment and con cluded with the announcement that the young lady in question was to marry the young man in whose honor the entertainment was given It turns out that the whole thing was a practical Joke and wounded the feelings of the young lady in questionWe to apologize for the publication in this paper but of course we are not responsible for the origin of the affair and simply gave the matter as a news item on the faith of the young ladies in volved IIMothers 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 cuts out phlegm and draws out the inflammation Sold by J W Gayle I OUR50e 75e OUTING GOWN Xmas Cloak Sale The latest and most varied Fnr Neck Pieces and Scarfs ever shown in Frankfort i Coney Neck Pieces 125 l50 175 200 anduprIsabella Fox and Canadian Sabel and Sqnirrel up to 1500 Next Week we mkae a Special Sale of Furs Childrens Cloaks 1vVeThe same prices will prevail onr all on Novelty Dress i Goods that were reduced 12 days ago Christmas GoodsY- ou will Save Money if you will only take the trouble of walking in to see our Stock of Christmas Goods F J HEENEY f WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell n cheap vehicle at any price We build only High Grade Handmade Vehicles out of Selected Material which we soil 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 Write or phone us and our reprc sentative will call to see you Seller Carriage GoI VERSAILLES KY v H K WARD C M BROWNING President Sec and Treas f x l Why Buy McClure ctitFIRSTTHE PRICE It costs but ono dollar a year or less than ten cents a number for iJ 4twentybust short story writers tho list writers on timely best writers of important serinls as SchurzJRemininccs or Bakers Railroad articles THIRDTIMELINESS The ren tJnq matter In McClures not only oat it ill not only 141undare going to be so important as the of railroad rates and rebates and tho question of life insurance Both of those questfonswill bo discussed by authorities in an impartial caroIful interesting way ikFOURTHITS CHARACTER McCluros Iagaziue is not edited for children but at tho same time there is never a line in it that any young girl might not rood Its advertising pages are as clean as its editorial pages McClure Magazine in homo is intended to work for good Send 100 for ono years subscription or leave an order at your bookstore November and December free now subscriptions for S S McCLURB COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn a goOtJlncomo by taking up tho business of securing subscribers for McClures It iseloan and self respectinga publication any man or woman would lIke to roproeent The Jl8Y is cents for each E100 subscription in addition to big cash prizes for the best work Writo today for full I J I IJ tII IY m y it- h i i rr rk illk CHRISTMAS PIRELIGHT GLOWSfli- t t But a few short hours and then Christmas tEve when childrens fingers stiff and trembly with excitementand anticipation will hang the little stock i ings dear little their little stockings that lose thew identity and are glorified by the part they are to play in Bringing joy to childrens hearts HAVE YOU I FORGOTTEN ANYTHING Wo have hundreds of delightful gift things at Special Christmas Uve Prices MAY YOURS BE A MERRY XMASwrr4 niMJ i i FwM AFl1VIE Elr hi NJ LIIlJkill iI v BIRTHS 1 NEWTONIn this city to ColI Jos R Newton and wifea tur dnughI IBROW In this city on 1to Mr T P Brown and wi- fenSonSTAGGIn this city on Sunday to Mr Thos H Stag and wife a son Thos H Jr 9 Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup seems especially to the needs of the children Pleasant to take soothing III its influence it is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease 6 The State RECONSIDERED Board of ValuajHon and Assessment met on Tuesday and reconsidered their notion in fixing the valuation of whisky in bond at 10 per barrel and restored the former rate of 8 per barrel The State Distillers Association made such a vigorous prot fit that the Board yielded the point Accidents come with distressing frequency on the farm Cuts bruises s sprains Dr Thom as Ecleotric Oil relieves the pain instantly Never safe without it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ELKSENTERT4INMEN Local Talent Promises Splendid Show Frankfort Lodge No 580 B Pi O Elks have been making arrange meats for a grand entertainment iunder tho management of Mr T P a specialist in such matters Mr Gotz has succeeded in organ tri fI zing one of the best aggregations of local musical taleut ever brought out in this city There will be two performances I of a Night in Bohemia the first on Thursday December 28 and tho last on Saturday December 80 r Everybody should attend 1 Christmas Goods are all at half price at Me Clures See his ad t tls Early Risers Tile famous little pills NOTICE v s Notice is hereby given that tho Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Co is closing up its business and has appointed tho Capital Trust Co of Frankfort as agent to liqui late Its affairs THE FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT AND TRUST CO R IC McCLURE Chairman Stockholders Meeting November 22 1005 2t4 snma emr 3 KNIGHTS CHRISTMASSOB SERVANCE General Order No2 theImandery of Kentucky Tho Grand Encampment of Knights Templar of the United States of America through its Committee on Christmas Observ ance has prepared the following sentiment for tho coming Christ masTo our Most Eminent 7 Grand Master George M Moulton A Merry Christmas with health and prosperity to all the goodly fellow ship of tho Cross The Grand Master sends the fol lowing response To all loyal and loving soldiers of Christ enlisted under the banner of our Order wheresoever dispersed throughout the world Peace be unto thee and that contentment which cometh from a firm and unfaltering reliance upon our Father who art in Heaven Tho several Commanderios of this Grand Jurisdiction will con vene in their respective asylums at 1100 oclock a m on Monday December 25 1905 nnd all sojourn lug Sir Knights within their June diction are requested to unite with themin the services and ceremonies of the day Christmas the anniversary of the birth of the Great Captain 01our Salvation merits the earnest de votion of each and every Templar and with its beautiful songs of peace and good will to men a place in the ceremonies of the Order The services may be held either in the Asylum or Church and to that end dispensation is hereby granted to Ml Commanderies in this grand Jurisdiction to appear in public in full uniform on this occasionEminent Commanders are ordered to see that report is made to the Grand Commander of the character of services held together with the numbor of Otilcere and Sir Knights present Should any Commandery fail to sleet on this occasion the Eminent Commander is hereby required to report giving full ex planation for disobedience of this Order This Order will be read at the head of tho lines at the next Stated Conclave te its reception By command of Right Eminent Grand Commander JOHN W LANDRUM L Sl- Attest A H BRYANT Grand Recorder Frankfort Commandery No K1 wift in accordance with this order moot at their Asylum in Masonic Temple on Monday noI comber 25 at 11 a m By order JOIN P SELBEUT E c e Half the ills that man is heir to comes from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indigestion impossible LETTER LIST The following is the list offotters to bo tveltlsedfol the week end ing Saturday December 23 1005 Bates Ellen Evanston William W W IFeonHarrod Mrs Bessie Hooreboko Avan i- MoKennoy A J Mnrhis ElixrOlive Mrs Florence Oliver Ella- Robinson Miss Crittenden Smith Walter B 2 Welsh Chas Wright Mary Persons callirg for the abov let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M NO SECRET ABOUT IT It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Moils etc nothing is so effective as Bucklens Arnica Salve It It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes writes DoL Gregory of Hope Tex 25o at all druggists NARROW ESCAPE Mrs Jane Todd and daughter Miss Julia formerly of this city but now of Louisville had a narrow escape Iron instant death on Wed nesday last They wore in their room at the residence of Mr J Crittenden Todd in the Highlands Mrs Todd was lying down on the bed when a blast was set oil in an excavation for a foundation of a house on an adjoining lot and a lot pf stone crashed through the window smashing it to atoms and struck the mirror on a dresses at which Miss Julia Todd was stand ing The glass was thrown on Mrs Todd but she was uninjured while Miss Julia had her face and hands bruised and cut but not seriously From the quantity of stone thrown into tho room and so close to these good ladles the wonder is they were not instantly killed Their many friends hero rejoice in their good fortuno in escaping oaS X 0JRt 4Bears Signaturo of A the rhls siGnature on everr of the genuIne Laxative BromoQtiimne Tablets the remedy that euros u cold In ono duy 11 OLD AYLOR I 11r iI 1TIlEPUElUIEUII 2t KENTUCKYWHISKEYI Frankfort Kentucky E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors jit t J I lifi DEATHS I NEWMANIn this city on Friday night Mr Daniel Newman son of the late Mr Cornnlius Now man aged 37 years of consumption Mr Newman is the last member of his immediate familyfall hay ing died of the dread disease which carried him away He was a gentleman with all that the name implies and had made a game fight against disease for many years At ono time ho lived in Texas in hopes of staying the march of the destroyer Find ing no benefit he returned to his native town and attended to his duties as bookkeeper in the Farm ers Bank until onlya few days before the end inftuIentialThe funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Sunday after noon Rev Father T S Majoi conducted tho service after which the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemeter- yMARSHALLIn this county or Sunday night Mr John N Marsh all aged 78 years of the infirmities agej was born and raised near Meteor county When a stalwart young man ho enlisted in the 9th Kentucky Cavalry Col R T Jacob commanding and served out his term of enlistment Afterwards ho moved to this city and lid mode his home here until RoldlerIthe infirmities of age compelled him to retire from activo life Ht was nn industrious man kindlv and geniil in his nature loving and indulgent to his family He was a member of the First Baptist Church of this city Ho leaves an aged wife two sons Edward and Deo Marshall twn daughters Mrs Otis Ashursr of Georgetown and Mrs Huh Mer chant of this city and a stepson fMr Frank Fallis to mourn his- doTfth The funeral services were con ducted Tuesday by Rev Dr M B Adams at the First Baptist Church after which the romaine were laid to rest in our cemetery art11uRcondition Tonic blood purifier irJ vermifuge They are not food f medicine anti the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J 1V Gayleand LeComnte S Gayle erWOO CHICAGO AND RETURN positiTho Mouton Route will sell ticki ots from Louisville to Chicago anti return at 000 on December 15 17 IS pltsuntlugber lo return limit being Decem ber 2- 11llunou trains It ilvo Union Sta 1I51Inrl Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky lltD10 ntmla Early Risers It famou little pills Dr Weavers Treatment syrippurlfiestheblood Cerate heals akin eruptions oDr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot skin ernptloni s OASTOncADears the 4 Bouglf THE SECRET OF SUCCESS UNo Sir You cannot palm off an sur rou me Ive been using August FIovfre I was a boy and Ill have no oUu qForty million bottles of August Flo sold the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsiiP the1 ppinessgDoes J August Flower is a sure specific for all stomach and intestinal disorders that it licerregulatoraQAugust record of over 35 years in curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints a JTwo sizes zee and 750 All druggists sale by J W Gayle t IFo ESCorT NEWBOLD jOINj SCOTT GON jfs BUILDERSAND GENEBL CONTRACTORS Neat and Designs of- Buildings 1IPlanned Old J 931l1r ii C 0 TIME TABLE 3I SOUTHI uv Lexington 820 5f3 At Louisville tJ BGU NORTH aoT1 1rI IiIN IIt615Shelbyville No P M iJ t rvLouisville Sbeloyvlle 1ilU 1 rankon 1600A Lexington ll15 J H1F Hillenrneyef Sons J BLUE GRASS flURSERIESI IIOt1Oldirect to the planter Catalogue on application Sopt233m4 THeFiankfortBoundaDout Entered at the postolllcc at Fruukfort Ken tucky aasecomlclflsa tnailuble mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 23 1905 FORMER FRANKFORT MAN DIES NEAR LOUISVILLE The sad news teas received in this city on Monday that Mr Jos W Coleman who lives at Hoechmont near Louisville had died suddenly of apoplexy whilo talking to his wife same day Mr Coleman was the son of Mr R1 Coleman Sr and was born and raised in this city Ho was 54 years of ago and was in the transfer businoss He had gene to Louisville to live some thirty years ngo One brother Mr R T Coleman Jr ono sis ter Mrs Eliza S McDonald lives in Louisville another sister Mrs Jos Staten lives in Paducah one other brother Mr Ed S Coleman and two sisters Misses Ausib and Lucy Coleman live on Todd street in this city Ho was a cousin of Mr E J Coleman and Dr J S Coleman of this city He leaves a wife one son and two daughters to mourn his death 1He was an honorable upright gentleman whoso death will be sincerely mourned OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT This is the title of series of articles which we begin the publi cation of in todays paper They are from the pen of an oldtime and versatile writer whoso long experience as an editor and corre spondent give them weight and interest We commend these articles to our readers many of whom are the children and grandchildren of those about whom our correspondent speaks One chapter will be published every week until the full series is completed Taken together taey have an abiding interest to every actingsiear old Frankfort the most attrac tie town in the State for the last hundred years- Therefore wo would say to one and all dont miss a single chapter SEEDTIME TJfe experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others I some crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a take made in the misIDecide before the is planted life best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely fail We send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a is on the b ffeIlmevery s you buy SCOTTC BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK and all druggists t Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left ride- DrMllesHfeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state as followsIt the greatestpleasure that I recommend Dr and Heart Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have done me Last winter I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down for the smothering spells that would almost overcome me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on left side for a long time I got your Heart Cure and took three boUles- I have no trouble now with heart and rightFormerlyous prostration so many rem Eettlnanerves of heart were so sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind STATE FANCIERS AND BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Exhibition a Wonderful and Splen did Success The first exhibition of the State Fanciers and Breeders Association of poultry raisers which began on Tuesday December 19 in the old Yeoman building and closed last night was a revelation to almost every ono who has seen it While it was known that a great many high class fowls were being bred in this section no one dreamed that the business was carried on to such an extont as it is We ure free to confess that wo did not even know that there were as many different varieties of even the same breed of fowls as are on ex hibitionThe of chickens was by far the largest yet other fowls such as turkeys geese ducks pigeons etc are of ahigh class and reflect roat credit upon their owners and breeders The endrgy and good judgment displayed by the Association re hoots great credit upon them and assures the permanent establish ment of the exhibition Notwithstanding the inclement weather of a large part of the time the show was on vast crowds of interested and delighted people thronged the building from the time the doors wore open in the morning until the close late at nightIt a delight to the eye of everyone who admires beautiful fowls just to stand and see these pets of the barnyard with glisten and carefully preened feathers ling they struck the crowing atti to return the challenge of other chanticleer someI We will publish the full premiums in our next issue as it was completed too late for this weeks issue The premiums won were hand some and munificent and were well worth the care and attention neoes tary to win them We desire to congratulate the management upon the perfect sue cess of the affair from start to finish NO FIREWORKS EXCEPT CHRISTMAS DAY Mayor Hume has issued a proc amation forbidding the use of fire works of any kind except on Christmas day and then with duo regard to the law forbidding the use of lynamito or cannon crackers So look out youngsters or the patroller will catch you OPERATED UPON FOR AP PENDICITIS Miss Mattio M MoClure youngest daughter of Mrs Helen H Ma lure of this city was attacked with appendicitis on Tuesday whilo at the store of her uncle Mr R K McClure She grew rapidly l worse and at 5J0 Wednesday morning was taken to the IOngs Daughters Hospital whore an op oration was performed by Dr N M Garrott and Dr C A Fish assisted by Dr H M Kclicr The Opt ration developed the fact that the nppemlb was aiready ruptured aml the could not have lived ttwontyfour hours She was on the operating table two hours and a half and came frost under the operation in flue shape TWO S PEN DTD SERMONS Rov R L MoCready the elo qtient and foniloss preacher for morly pastor of Ascension Church this city preached two splendid sermons to large and interested con gregations at that church on Sunday last Mr McCready has charge of a church in Louisville but carne here to supply the pulpit at Ascension Church for the rector Rev A B Ohinn who has been very ill It was a source of regret to n large circle of admirers when Mr McCready resigned his charge here NIGHTSSATURDAY SHOOTING On Saturday night two colored men became involved in a difficulty at the South Side livery stable in the course of which Oscar Craw ford was shot by Jonah Hall in the side inflicting a wound from which Crawford died on Sunday The men came here from Bagdad Hall was arrested and lodged in jailWe could not learn the cause of the difficulty or who was the aggressor Another victim to the U hip pocket arsenal a 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 corn pelled to do a full days work every day of the week Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect digestant digests the food regardless of the condition of your stomach Re lievos Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold by J W Gayle Read McClures h a 1 fprice advertisement TACKY PARTY The Kings Daughters of Forks of Elkhorn will give a reception anti tacky party with candy pull lug included on Friday night De ember 29 1905 to be held at Mr Taylors vacant storehouse at that place Pie to be served free Ad mission 10 cents Come and see the curiously dressed people and hivve a good laugh We are sure you will enjoy it Remember its Friday night December 29 I had a running itching sore on my leg Suffered tortures Doans Ointment took away the burning and itching Instantly and quickly eifected permanent cure II C W Lenhart Bowling Green O BADLY HURT Mr James Moore fell from a spring wagon on Broadway street Monday his head striking on the brick street rendering him uncon sciousDr O B Demaree was sum moned and dressed the injury Fears of concussion of the brain are felt C4 XI OElEABean tlu- Signature of A 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 better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion mina to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75o A tall drug gists lyr Pleasant to take Tru rtuk Laxative r Syrup f t t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r Ask Your DoctorrAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are k the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 11 normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines JtiI LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege1 J table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling N auseonsnessY7Bloated Feeling etc wy Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried 4- ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 60c PER BOTTLE j34I Tobacco Bellows Blowers i Hoes Forks Spades iKl t j Cradles and IngersI i Scythes and Snatches i r Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine OilJ 1 y f Tarpaulins gff II Monkey WrenchesJjPipe Fittings il t FRANK G STAGG IHardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL oag The Leading Grocer Ihe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place rerr JOHN DRISCOLLsf216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Phones Office Now Old Residence New Old 846 Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours On m to 12m 2 p mtobp m Zpmtospm Office No Main Street over Barretts Residence No 035 Todd Street Frankfort Ky SSmO 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 Plymoth took Cookerels 300 and up Address EUGENE E HOLE 72m Frankfort Ky 4V r I i bt1 0 Oi K td soutnern HaIwaijtShortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and TodS-t Louis and the West IIA Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Louisville fl00 a in Arrive St Louis 012 p m- Carrying vestibuled coaohes and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a changeLeaveisville 1016 p m Arrive St TCarryingCars and Pullman Sleeper ithroucrh without change j Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky jj 4 or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave t t r Henry Horton as Uncle Eb in Eben Holden A CHARACTER STUDY ywHenry Horton who appears in Ebon Holden at the theatre on Christmas day Monday December l2S for two performances matinee and night is said to bo one of the most careful students of character study on tho American stage In tact it is said lie will spund more timo and travel further to see tho original or a character similar to the one he is going to portray than any other actor When Mr Edward E Rose suggested to Mr Horton the part of Ebon Holdon Mr Hor ton would not consent to play the part of Uncle Eb until he had visited the neighborhood of Lone t Pine Farm in Faraway county t New York State whore the scene f of the play is laid He went to Redwood the nearest station to Lone Pine Farm The farm is located about twenty miles west of the station About five miles out from Redwood is the home of Simon Saunders to which Mi Horton WentFro Simon ho unfolded his plans The old man was a typical f F Joker and after having his palms 1 r well greased he consented A suit t of rough homespun cotton shirt Je slouch hat and brogan shoes were r furnished Mr Horton Simon re l t oeiving 12 frr the outfit which was rroally worth about 2 After all LonecLone Pine Farm tho original of the story To him Mr Horton hired out as a hostler and man of all work the compensa tion was to be 16 a month Mr y JHorton alias Dave Bishop did not have an easy task his duties con- sistedI of feeding the hogs rubbing down the family horse milking the cows hoeing the garden cut ting stove wood housing at night all the fowls making the fires for 4breakfast carrying water from the spring hauling wood plowing the f fields and numerous other duties To Mr Horton this was great sport Astialthough he says it nearly broke yet he believes that six weeks he spent as a farm hand studying country life and habits have had more to do with his good health than any other agency While at Lone Pine Farm he became acquainted with an old man who lived in the neighborhood rt when old Uncle Eb lived there Mr Horton as Dave Bishop and tho old man became inseparable companions and it was this companionship that has enabled Henry Horton to act and speak like an old man of seventy A special matinee Will be given at 8 oclock and fol lowing prices will prwvail for matinee only Gallery 25 balcony 86 lower floor 50 and 76 l For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT No I Ive wandered to the village Tom Ive sat beneath the tree playgroundThatBut none were left to greet me Tom And few were loft to know greenSomeOHara The recollections of old times the recalling of persons of places of events that constitute treasure troveis not only gratifying to the young but laden with a mixed measure of delight and sadness to the old As tho young live in thought In the future and the old in the past so perhaps the cri terion of age is reflected as strongly from the minds and tendencies of the living the disposition to dell on tho scenes of the pastas from the faltering steps and the frosted head The old love to talk of the past and as the narrative grows with each recurring scene the eyes glis ten the voices gather strength and tho face becomes radiant with new life Forgotten facts are un earthed incidents fraught with in dividual reminiscences deeds of local celebrity or of adventure on land and sea events that form the warp and woof of lives of those who have long lain under the green sod all come trooping baok from memorys arcana like the painted picture of a panorama As the can vas is unrolled and the phases of the olden time successively devel op the participants become obliv ious to the passage of time and the bouts roll on unheeded till tlie day is gone or tho lire dies out on the hearth No meeting is abiding enough no night is long enough for two old people who have passed tho seventieth mile stone to tell all they remember of the days when they were young The story becomes sweeter as it lengthens until necessity breaks the thread anti the parting of the two is like going out into the night or the silence that follows the plaintive wail of the miserere Old times in Frankfort may com prehend events occurring beyond the memory of any living being as when Daniel Boone by actual proof showed a friend how he could bark a squirrel with his unerring rifle as they lay close to the limbs of tho trees that grew thickly in the bond of the river that is now studded with homes or to the time when the State that had been so ungrateful to him when living brought his remains from Missouri and with pomp and ceremony a lr with long procession and funereal music with oratorical tributes to his heroism and sufferings and with a vast crowd attendant in terred the remains on cemetery hill Or the old timer may relate to the BoanchainpSharpo tragedy when the citizens then living worn startled by tho assassination com mitted in tho Sharpo homo on the west side of the old Capitol grounds or to the opening of the grand trunk stonesill railway from Frankfort to Lexington when as stated in the old Commonwoaltl newspaper tho horses drew cars over tho road at It the mlJn thoI cent speed of twelve miles hour Or to the period when the cholera of 83 visited Central Ken tucky with its deadly scourgo though touching Frankfort lightly with its pestilential breath But these would be old timer indeed not touching events earlier than the recollection of any living being and are matters of historyII rather than treasures of We may preliminarily touch upon them more as features of the earlier days leaving to memorys perIsonsgeneration ago to constitute our recalling or reproduction of Old you evnr think that of the men of midlde age who were in business in Frankfort thirtythree years ago scarcely one is left who still shoulders the burdens of mer cantile or mechanical life Numbers are lying up yonder in the cemetery or in other cemeteries Even the ranks of those who were then entering business in the buoy anoy and vigor of youth or who were settling down to the work of life under the inspiration of a freshly developed manhood have been sadly thinned What a blessing it is that memory fades so quickly and that wo forgot so soon else life would be a theater of mourning a long desolate march to the valley of the shadow with the sunlight blotted out S R S 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 stare writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medi cines and a good elector In vain I DisoovIcure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores SOc and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free SALE OF STOCK FARMING UTENSILS c Mr Morton L Roily who owns nnd lives upon the old Len Cox place on the Steadmantown pike will sell all his stock farming utensils household and Kitchen furniture etc at public sale on rhursday January 4 1906 A lot af verv desirable property will be sold Dec 16tdI THE HICRS 1906ITho Rev Irl will not be published for 1906 his Monthly Word butI Works has been changed large and costly Magazine audit will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecast from January to June 1900 The January number ready December 20th will contain tho forecasts from July to December loon The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have it The November and January numbers containing the Rev Irl R Hicks forecasts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by scatting at once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 82rn IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAYI December On Friday 1st the following changes in timo of Southern R efIeotivINo1 at 80a m will depart at 8 a 1- 11No9 now leaving Louisville at 850 p in will depart at 880 p nt- No 23 now Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 610 a m will depart at 545 a m No2 now leaving Lexington- at 580 p m will depart at 6 p m Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passen gore intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information H HUNGERFORD D P A 10 12D15 are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time tho heart becomes diseased KodolICure digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment thQbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous DigesLive of the Stomach maWnfmyImmodJtttMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Van N Y I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLE Nevada Q Digests What You Eat Dollar Dottie holds 2H times fti mach M the trial or cent ilzt at the Lab Ohlekio USA DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats ftPort Huron Ba the Magnificent SteamareiOf 9 DaiiyraesReturning arrive Week r tSundaysyoorii Fare toDetroit- unlimitedroundtrip 525 Excursions to and return WeekDay sundays 75C To Ft Huron and return a delightful two days trip only zoo meals and berth extra Sptctal Rates 10 SecdICloseconnections at ers for Buffalo the Soo etc For further Information see nearest Railroad Agent or write F TrHgr OOLDENDJPJL pj eIfrankfOrffmnnini ii BU 11LocalIIn Effect Juno 5th 1905 FioB4 Prepared emorroBODtWitt DAiLY EXCKfT ISUNDAY A111 No81 IPM 2 20 Lv D Frankfort Ar U 7 306 6 28II SummitII 111i os 2 6 Elkhorn 2 6 42 8 2 052 nd 6 2 86 6 69II 6 48I 2 7 05 JohnsonII 6 2 712 f Georgetown 629 t 16n I C S 6 259 723 Newtown s Ij 807 8 783 Centcrrille 8 I 9811 t 87 Elizabeth 8 5 747II fPasfatJnnefn 2II 8 646 825 7 to Ar l arts JLv 8 549 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Connects K O at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L K BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GKOROKTOWR P 2 MIA MIA11251720 Georgetown ArIIO 6 0 lAr BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAUlSIAM PM 6 20 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 715 2 LT Georgetown Ar 6 7 8 40 LT Parse Ar 5 83 0 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL II R POINTS 0 20A L Frankfort A11 25A 720P 47P 7 12A A Georgetown A 0 OtA 626P 825P 760AA Paris L 542P 6 IIP 42A A Winchester L 7 09A 245P 8 15P 9 60A A MaysviUo L 6 45A 15P 8 2JA AOynthiana L 602P 7 2CP 12 SIP A L 20A IMP 6 A Cincinnati L 2 MP WIUYPre P A i t A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOKS Big Book House Failed atfromIThese are Sample Prices rl htH were li50 Our price 88 cts List includes The ChrIHtinnII Call of tho Wild Brewsters Millions Graustark The Ca tlwnyII David Harum etc Encyclopedia Britannica 10 vols half leather regular 3600 our price 775 Charles Dickens regularlXmas Special Worlds Best Poets Shakespeare Longfellow fJdiUunIEvery book guaranteed to be new pel feet and satisfactory or your money back without question or quibbling ofIour free bargain list before ordering Save 50 to 00 per cent on Chiist mas books Write for it today THE DAVID CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98t Ilorid4Cuba Ireached comfort via QUEEHftCRESCENI ROUTEIAN- DSOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida SpecialIIn Service January 8th Solid Pullman TrainiLeavo CINCINNATI 82B P M LEXINGTON 1140 P lot DANVILLE 12i0 A M Dining and Observation Cars for sonville and St Augustine via Chatta noogaand Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Lcavo CINCINNATI 830 A M LEXINGTON 1O33 A M r DANVILLE 1150 M Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser ration and Cars for Jacksonville St Augustine BhrevcportaiM NewOrieanaavia Chattanooga Atlanta and Birmingham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan villa to New Orleans via Chattanooga- and Birmingham also through Pullman Service to 1Jlfoa Ashcvillc and Savannah and a Winter tourist tickets now on sale at reduced rates For information apply Chas W Zctt D P P T Lexington c AyeatCINCINNATI LowestSpecial- Homeseekers Rates + + EVER MADE TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWESTf VIA LOUISVILLE HENDBRSON ST LOUIS BT THE HENDERSON tj ROUTE IiIn connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 21th IIreturns from it certain + For rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent ii j r1 h L ii i f 1 of All V UEiWL XM1S PresentsCall Estate Stoves Arizona Cook Stoves Chafing Dishes Soup Turines Berry Spoons Rogers Kniyes and Forks Carving Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Vases Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos Buggy Rugs 1 Kinds C CO Hardware Merchants Phones307309 a y CHRISTMA 17 i SUGGESTIONS L l IWehave now on exhibition the most comprehensive showing we have ever made q of articles suitable for GIFTS which will not only delight the recipient but which have the added value of and charm We If f invite your attention to our superb collection ofIDiamonds Gold Jewelry Gold Witchess I We also append a list some of the many distinctive and appropriate things which r may e in selectingS I Mens Jewelry and Novelties Cigar and Cigarette Cases Watches Fobs Seal and Emblem Rings Fasksi 1 Cuff Links Ifs VY A SELBERT I CLEAR THE WAYI The mission of Early Risers isI to clear the way and Nature full sway These famous little pills rid the stomach and bowels of all putrid matter thus removing the causes of headache constipa I DejWittsgripe or sicken A safe t perfect pill Mack Hflftnilton hotel saysItIe Pills cured me of chronic con stipation Sold by J W Gaylo WHATS IN McCLURES i McClures Magazine begins the t new year with a number filled with American activity and decency From the first article tolling of the consistentlytry the President to the t at the end which preach the gospel 1of decent upright living thoro is not a page bare of either instruc- tionJ appeal or healthy entertain- mentr Lincoln Stoilons writes of Mayor Mark Fagan of Jersey City Ray e Stannard Baker presents the third article pf his soriesur1JJe Rail roads on Trial making astonish ing exposures this time of the strange devious methods of the big shippers to hold up the rail roads and the public and to gobble wealth from both through the prl vote oar abuses Henry Beach v fKeedham in an article illustrated r i Oak p SOWER HOLIDAY Gold Jewelry gemset or plain Rings Studs- Pendants Pins Brooches Lockets J Necklaces Bracelets and Chains with rare portraits and photographs of Mr Roosevelt tells of the routine of the Presidents life of the marvellous amount of work he manages to accomplish in a brief time and of the diversity of his in terestsLSohurz continue dealing with the vital events from which the present Ger man Empire drew its lifo Stewart Edward White begins in the January number a new series of short stories vovon together by a slight chain of narrative with the title Arizona Nights Each story is to he complete in itself Uncle Jims Yarn the Indian Story the first of the new series borrows life from the outofdoors jit breathes rough health and con itentment and is full of the tree spirit of the West IGeorge Randolph Chester whoso Day at Tutts House was welcomed as the most entertaining farce of the summer has scored again in Quarantined Rivals which appears in the January Mo Cluros The story of how two young men in love with the same girl who has just quarreled with both of them are quarantined in her house by reason of the cooks sister having smallpox has possibilities all of which the author EllisiJohnsonsHams Jarrellanother sort of story with real pathos The Heart of t r Ic it toJ J Heating Ranges Both Main St of Eric by Elmore Elliott Peake uThe Lady Across the Aisle by Ellis Parker Bulter nndU Why Riffles Deserted by H T Greene a strong story of the American oc oupation of the Philippines The poems of this number are Song by A E Housman The Ould Tunes by Moira ONeill and A Colloquy by Louise Imo gen Guiney There is an editorial on the True Opportunity of the American Youth and another on thoU Dur able Satisfactions of Life inI which is quoted President Elliots address to the undergraduates at Harvard atthe opening of the Uni versity last fall HUGE rASKIIt was a huge 0011tkidneys were so far gone I could nut sit on a chair without a cush ion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and dopres sion 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 drug gists price CO- oFARM FOR RENT With someland on it Throe quarters of a mile from city limits ee- MRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf I I itt i4 1 iIJ I Household Ware in Silver and Glass Knives Forks Spoons Tea Sets Trays Bowls Vases Pitchers Candelabra Jugs Platters Coffee Sets v Olive and Bon Bon Dishes 1 f Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD j1 t it t THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information It you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during the period of low rates to Portland an California points you should realize the value of a tow suggestions of how host to see most without extra cost including Banff the Beautiful in the Jana diau Rookies a sea trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to the Expusi playagroundHood or Mount Shasta the Mol mon capitol Salt Lake City and- Its great dead sea the mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has over copied and to see and oomfortableI literallyIstaokod intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monou Route Louisville Ky- WANTEDBy Chicago Manufao turing House person df trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch weekly1Permanent experienceBlock Chicago 612t Dr Weavers Syrup and Cute SuwwBfDl treatment for blood and ekln dbeaM JYI REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS i Y Mrs Anna J Hewitt has sold to 94streetMrs Anna J Hewitt sold to Mrs I izzie LeCompte a house and lot 1lon Third street South Side for 1250caIts the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in consumption and death Watch the NorwayPine l KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH 1km Kings t New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION 600 PrieD 100 IFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or HONEY BACK DrR P Buckmaster steopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODomiells 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 48tf r trr IpI All Christmas Goods I j Half Price Today II i I f COHIt J t RELIGIONS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OFURCHRev A B Chinn the rector being sick Rt Reo Lewis Burton D D Bishop of Lex ington will conduct the services Sunday December 24 t SerImonotir 930 a m Sabbathschool in the chapel 730 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to Attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev O R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a mand 730 p m Sundayschool fit 980 a m In the chapelI Endeavor x Society meets at 645 in the ohapel Leader Zepha Phillips TopioliThe Brotherhood of ManPrayer meeting Wednesday even in ohapelThe Tues day afternoon at 8 clock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC RCHURCH e v Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p IlL BAPTIST OHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will t m5rtthe chapel taughtbyt Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 645 H m t Prayermeeting on Wednesday Ili ohapelVisitors Seat free- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN HURCHRev J MoO Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool mIYoung Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 680 p in Prayernleoting Wednesday even 2 ing at 780 p m ti Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundaysohool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Wednesdaysto attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN t OHURCHRev Wm Crowe pas 7801pYoung Peoples Society at 680 p inPrayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclockEverybody invited to attend POWERS CASE SET FOR JAN UARY 15 In oflKentuoky 15 1908 Both the motion to remand to the case to the jStato Court as made by the Commonwealth and appealF CLOSING OF THE CITY SCHOOLS The City Schools closed on yes terday for the holidays and will not resume operations until Tues day January 2 1906 At 9 oclock yesterday mornin the grades had their closing enter tainment in the Chapel At 780 last night the High School had its entertainment Both wore of a high order and were thoroughly enjoyed by the patrons of the schopl and visitors generally THE SEASON OF INDIGESTION The season of indigestion is upon us Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for In digestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for tho stomach that an- overloaded or overworked stomach can not do for itself Kodol Digests what you eatgives the stomach a rest relieves sour stomach belching heartburn indigestion etc Sold by J W Gayle oOr JOHN W PRUETT RESIGNS Col John W Pruett formerly of this city but for several years a Deputy Collector in the office of Collector J A Craft at Louisville has been compelled to resign his position in that office on account of failing health Col Pruett has suffered for several months from severe nervousness caused by the arduous duties of the Assessment- Division of the office He will go to the South for a long rest as pre physicianI dJ his any friends in his home town READ AND VOU WILL LbAKIS Thatthe leading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice endorse and recommend in tho ryIfor the cure of weak stomach dyspepsia catarrh of stomach liver complaint torpid liver or biliousness chronic bowel affections and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region namo or nature It Is also a specific remedy for all such chronic or long standing cases of catarrhal affec tlons and their resultants as bronchial throat and lung diseases except consump tion with severe coughs It coughsbut perfectGolden Seal root BloOdroot Stono root Mandrake root and Queens root all of which are highly praised as remedies for all the above mentioned affections byTucli eminent medical writers and teachers as Prof Bartholow of Jefferson Med Col Prof Hare of the Univ of PalIege Finley Ellingwood M D of Bennett Med College Chicago Prof John King M D late of Cincinnati Prof John M D late of CincinScudder1lInati Hale M D of Hahnemann Med College Chicago and- scores of others equally eminent in their practiceThe Is the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for like purposes that has any such professional endorsenmentwort- more than any number of ordinary testi monials vpen publicity of its formula on tho botw wrapper is best possible guaranty Its merits A glanco at this published formula will that Golden Discovery contains no poison ous or harmful agents and no alcohol glycerInebolngunobjectionable and besides Is a most useful Ingredient in the cure of all stom ach as well as bronchial throat and lung affections There is the highest medical authority for Its use In such cases The Discovery a concentrated glyc eric native medicinal roots and Is safe and reliable- A booklet of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing its ingredients mailed free on request Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo IS Y r i ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates Diningr Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South includingNew Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb ruary 27 06 Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico tral America Panama West Indios and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matte r in regard to the aboveHavana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service to New Orleans and the new ocean liner twinscrejv nine teenknotIS S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans1every Wednes day at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Rot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta Mexico California Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 23d for Mexico amid Cali fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special vestibule trauma of finest PullmansI with dining car service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Or leans and the Southern Route every Friday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route ChicagoFull of the above can be had of agents of connectinglinesundersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G P A MemphisA P T M ChioagoS10tAl OhicagoI IPENING OF SOUTHERN RAILWAYS HARRODSBURG DANVILLE EXTENSION FOR PASSENGER BUSINESS Oilloial announcement has been made by the passenger department of the Southern Railway that the Danville extension from Harrods burg to Danville a distance of nine miles will be opened for passenger tratlic on Friday December 1905 The schedule of trains between Louisville and Lexington and Lou isville and Danville has also been gointolittle 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 l 9 dayTher of the new line will considerably reduce the time of the through southern trains on the Southern Railway and tho Quenn Crescent Route Through sleep ors will go from St Louts and Lou connectsat that point With the trains mooting at Danville a distance of 85 miles is saved and the time can be shortenedLexington as well as Danville will profit by the change in the time The snme number of trains and the same train service will in e effect to Lexington and the new time will be much more convenient for shoppers and others coming to The early train out of Louisville for Lexington will bo retained The next train which now leaves at 740 a m will leave Lexingtonearly afternoon train will leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and will make connection for Q 0 local stations at Lexington Under the new arrangement there will be four trains daily withoutI change between Lexington in each direction and two trains daillwithout change be tween Danville in each direction The track between Harrodsburg and Danville has been used by the freight traffic for several weeks bud it was thought best not to run passenger trains over it until it had firmlyTheand Bur rn will bo operated on a much more frequent schedule than before One train will be used and it will be made practically hourlyI trips between these two necting at Burgle with all Q CI trains This service will give rodeburg two ways to connect with theQCThe is the official an nouncement of train service as made by the company Train No1 Louisville at 800 a m instead of 740 a m with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1055 a m and 1115 a m respectively stopping only at important points en route This train will also St Louis sleeper through to Danville Train No 23 will leave Louisville at 745 p m instead of 725 p m with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1045 p m and 11 oclock p ui respeetively7stop ping only at train will also cany Parlor Cafe Car from St Louis through to Danville serving supper leaving Louisville Train No 5 will leave Louisville makinglocalton at 940 a m 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 No9 wilt leave Louisville a 330 p m 20 minutes earlier than afpresent making local stops and Lexington at 640 p m This train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect with Q Route train No 9 for local points on line arriving Danville at 803 tlmtI Train No 24 will leave DUl1 at 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 612 p m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 545 a m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to time Dan yule train at Lawronceburg Train No2 will leave Danville at 445 p m with through coaches and also St Louis sleeper at 800 p m leaving arrivingI 1015 p m and reaching at 732 a m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 5 p m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan ville train at Lawronoeburg Train No 10 will leave Lexing t r ton at 730 a m as at present mak ing local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a m This train will make connection at Lexington with ut Q C Route local train leaving Danville at 610 n m Train No6 will leave Lexington multinglooalat 615 p m This tram will con acct at Lexington with Q C Route local train leaving Danville at 105 p m- All of the above trains will run daily Between Harrodsburg and Bur gin a frequent service will be maintained through the day trains t leaving Harrodaburg as follows 605 1025 1115 a m and 140410 and 515 p m In the return direc tion trains will leave Burgin at 530 640 1100 a in and 100 215 and 44u p m trains will run daily The Irunning time between the two be from ten to fifteen minutes will be no changes in theI1There between Versailles and Georgetown u Illinois Central 4 Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 910 m Arrives 7 a m New Orleans Special No L 85pmNoLeaves 720 a m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and fruit Elizabeth town Hodgenville and Hopkins villo no Sunday service to Elizabeth town and Uodgen ville at all stations 1LeavMHodgenville and Elizabethtown except oawat all stations IAI1 Trains Run Daily IIPACIFIC COAST in effect May The new trains will leave St Loins a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 m oublo daily service Through car service for SanFran sco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address BT G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Alt Louisville Ey H O TOWNSEND Gon Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE n 1 TRADE DESIGNS MARKS ICOPYRIGHTS eta Anyone sending a sketch and description mtjq our opinion an Invention to probably ommunica- n strictly 1 on Patent aecurtngpatentoPatents tpecial nouns without charge lathe Scientific Jlmtri an- A handsomely Ohutntod weekly Largest eli eolation of any ear four months 9L SodbyalmnowadeaiereB N1raachr EDUCATIONAL Contributed by the Educational Improvement Commission of Kentucky TEACHERS WORK COM MENDED i Ono farmer is worth a thousand reformers Thomas Carlisle y Aristotle when asked in what way tho educated differ from the uneducated replied II As tho living from the dead President Schurman snySurho educatedrman and the uneducated is that the educated man sees more feels more wants more is interested in a vastly greater nrietof thins and in short lives a larger a rich er and a fuller life But before tho life must come the IJving and the first duty of man to society is to support himself by his own industry j therefore the first function of education is to fit him for such support i liTho value of one day in school is 1000 in future earning power Pros Alderman University of VaiEducation is unquestionably one of tho greatest factors in our civilization It maKes men and women more industrious more reliable more honest more thrifty and in every respect better citi zens Dr Alexander Mclvor FARMERS NEGLECTED Although the farm keeps the balance of trade in the nations 1i favor furnishing twothirds of our exports and contributing to our manufacturing supremacy by producing cheap food for our mnchan lOB yet comparatively little has been done towards educating the farmer for his workSec Wilson St U S Dot Agriculture The farmers boy in the countryI should have the privilege of ing a school in as comfortable aJ schoolhouse with as good equipment and for as long a term as the city boy He should also have a teacher as thoroughly trained in his profession as the State is able t to produce An old Prussian maxim is as fol lows Whatever you wish to ap pear in the life of a nation you must put into its schoolsIIf it he possible by proper tion to enable a young farmer toE r make two blades of grass grow where only one grew before and to make two ears of corn or two heads of wheat grow where he had only t harvested one before then such education pays Four years ago I drove by an old worn out field The fence had been torn down and the persimmon sprouts and broomsedge had taken possession The roof of cabin built by the pioneer farmerlhad fallen in and upon the dilapidated walls was a desolate sight Last July I drove by the same SI place This time it was down a shady lane On either side was a 1corn field that bid fair to make from 50 to 70 bushels per acre A splendid barn and an elegant farm house bad takon the place of the old log hut Green grass well bred t stook and general appearance of brder system and scientific farm ing caused me to ask the ignorant driver what had wrought these changes The reply wastlI dunno zaotly a darned Yankee came down hero and bought the place They Jes natohelly have some sort o1 sleight at farmin The secret of the matter IB he was an educated farmer The place to lay the foundation 9 for a change in this state of affairs is in the school room but in order to make it effective the school rooms of the State must be presided over by teachers who are not only educated in the branches now sionallyaare Well versed in the elementary prin f oiples of the science of agriculture Statistics show that the ability of a people to earn money is in r direct proportion to the amount of education they have received It matters little whether they be Ibankers merchants lawyers or i farmers A blacksmith in one of our large cities makes over 2000 a year and yet he does notching but tho headwork Others do tho pounding at the anvil He has a t college education Think of a col lege graduate being a blacksmith But why not if he can make a financial success of it It is cer i tainly an honorable occupation The most productive thing in the world is not n dollar nor two dollars but a thing that is nut ma tonal a thing that makes ships commerce and men it is a boy and above all an American buy Dr Lyman A nbott Kentucky has many of these American boys and finer spool mens chuff not be found in tho civilized world The paramount duty of this Commonwealth is to make proper provisions for a system of public schools that will roach all these boys and girls too and de velop the best there is in thorn tons putting thorn on nu equal foot ing with the boys and girls of another State in this union HOME ENDORSEMENT I Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Toll You All About Ik Homo endorsement the public expression of Frankfort people should be evidence beyond dispute for every Frankfort reader Surely tho experience of friends and neighbors cheerfully given by them will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers residing in faraway places Road the following Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh resid lug at 504 Corner Main and Todd Sts says I received no perma nent benefit from nil the different medicines I took fur a number of years past trying to find relief for intense suffering I endured across the small of my back seemingly centered in my kidneys I became in fact about tired and discouraged in my efforts to find help At one time my condition was so bad from congestion of the kidneys that my doctors gave me up however I got better but continued to suffer mybacklddneysIabout Deans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced me to make one more effort My grandson procured a box for me at J W Ga store and to my most pleasant surprise they gave me im oontinuingthomarkably improved For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other a a TREMENDOUS RAIN One of the heaviest rains of the season fell on Wednesday and Wed nesday night If no other good accomplished the cleaning of the filth on the streets was a big thing IA BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad soars when you feel a pain in your appendicitisSafety Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness druJJistsIment for the itia WANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this territorySalaryweekly expense money advanced permanentNo paricularsenvelopeCOOPER CO 1R2 Lake St Chicago Ill 1812t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6v m to 9 p m except 11 a in 1 and 8 p m everyhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p m Georgetown11 p m except 11 a m 8 and 10 m Leave Georgetown for- Lexmgton every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a n Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 610 Home Phone 1274Y ALEXANDER President tf t t ItS n tt STAMPING GROUND Mr J W Palmer has purchased youngliegeMrs J1 Yates wife of County Judge Yates has gone to George town to remain the rest of winter Married Mr Charles Claw and Miss Minnie Alson were married by Rev G W Hill The Baptist Sundayschool will give their Christmas entertainment tonight Miss Mattio Kelly has as her guest Mrs Mattio Thomason of PonuyThere was a tremendous crowd loft this place for Frankfort on the Frankfort Retail Merchants Ex cursion last Wednesday The burnt section of our town is being rapidly rebuilt The colored Odd Fellows builldng is under roof Mr C V Robinson sold to Mr J T Settle n house and lot on Main street known as the Branham property for 750 Mr A Ford had a light stroke of paralysis on Sunday December ishopedOhlcagoIllsday on aMount of the illness of her father Mr A Ford UNO CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturn of aG THANKS Mr W T Inuus brought us a supply of real oldtime craoklin bread made by his honored mother It vas perfectly delightful just hit time right spotand took us back in memory to the loved old home in the country when sparerib backbone sausage and oracklin bread were luxuries which made life worth living to a growing boy He will please accept our hearty thanks uDO IT TODAY injunctionNeveryou can do today is now gen erally presented in this formII 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 fl thirtyfive years A few doses of it undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure youIcompletely No matter how deep seated your cough even if yourlungseffect a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial Mottles 25c regular size 75o At all druggists lyr COMFORTFor the SICK Modern science has de vised many new appliances which add to the cdmfort of the sick We befit ve these things would be used more largely if people knew they were to be had We have everything in the line of sickroom equip ment every item is of high est quality and our prices on them are very reason ableINVALID CUSUIONSI ICE BAGS- CLINICAL THERMOMETERS- SICK FEEDERS MEDICINE CLASSES SURGICAL DRESSINGS ETC iiWIN GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky I 1 t r sit tjj r 1 e II IJcI r IAYceclab1 Plcpar tionfor As similating ikToodandReg ling thaStomnrhs of PromotesDigestionCheerful nessandRestContains neither OpiumMorptiHia nor Mineral NARCOTIC lJfn swrr n1fcul JConslpaLion Vorms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of III NEW YORK IIg EXACT COpy OF VfHAEPEB AND t WINTER tir 1No2 1PM No SunEx IAMI SOLID Trains and COLONIST SEEKERS J1EMIEP The Kind You Have t I of i LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY IMETABLE I 1 ii I ArM No8 axsn P M1CH 225 745 0 Lexington0 1010I 005r fi810 1823 Winchester 030 866 Clay City 4IPr406 Stanton 828 j 480p23 485 Natural Bridge HOt 401 it449 1008 62 Torrent 747 BAT l511 1029 Beattyville Junction j 726 836 610 1180 1Tackaon 94 625 2X fi Trains No Sand dail except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Trains Nos 8 and 4 make close connection at O K Jmction for points on theOKy i land local station J R BARR CHARLES l General AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IM4No Ex A M Lye P M Lye J IA M PM Ar 0 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 925 280 O K Junction 85 1126 1S Wilhurst U7 1162 P 848I 152 Hampton 480 1158 i 128 Leo City br10I 122 HetechRwa 518 74I 105 CannelOity 545 1246 Nos and will make close connection at 0t K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern RailwayH L CONLEY Superintendent COMFORT INITRAVEL MEANS TIle Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points St Louis AND HOME RATES TO TILE WEST ANJ SOUTIIWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of locution in the near fu ture Got the Henderson Route Habit It is the comfortable line and a comfortable train in traveling is always a Rood habit to At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates Wo have the equipment the train service the free chair earn and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT 1 GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Ali Gen Pass Alb WN ROUTE LOt TVILLE KY tt CASTORIA For Infants and Children Always Bought Bears the- signature I IMIsI ThOL Kindrr You Have j4 Always Bought CASTORIA tEASTBOUNDIStottOM INo1 11 IAr otSterlingTrainsManager OfiIO SCOTTI41 SundI11Mia Ar1 Queen andr- escentRouteG Shortest Route AND DQlc est SCIIBdut BETWEEN Sv GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA V ATLANTABIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS ANDz j TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Mattecr DlE CLflRKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky iC i