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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT IfGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In Advance I I YOLK XXIX r FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DEC 301905 NO 17 1 HALF PRICE On Christmas GoodsY It Today prices on what is left of Christmas Cut Glass China Dolls Toys Medallions In fact everything included in the sample purchase will be just onehalf usual retail prices away below cost of 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 t Kentucky These prices apply only on the special Christmas purchase tilings we can not afford to early over not in regular stock of r Clothing Furnishing Goods ShoesrRK McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT No II The reproduction of facts COI1j cerning the personages and events constituting the story of old timesI in Frankfort can not well be a con secutive narrative or recital butI rather n collection of incidents from the pages of memory coming in changing sometimes fantastic figures like the mirage of the f desert As they are either told by the old resident or recalled by memories of the long ago they largely acquire interest because of the links of attachment that bind them to the changed conditions of the present day or because of our ti knowledge of the personages who were actors in thin drama that is being reproduced andFdistant lands are revived as part of daYdIelicited In this line was the state 4Nment made one day at Russells Mills in this county to a citizen yet living but then a boy by Anderson Powers a surviving soldier r concerning the demand made by the British at the battle of New ti Orleans for tho surrender of the American forcesrrho American troops lay behind their cotton breastworks awaiting the onset J9and the British were drawn up in battle array in great force Powers stated that Just before the crash of r conflict began an offlcei with es cort bearing a white flag rode out from the British lines and oracle a yerbal but formal demand for sr- renter Ho said You have no alternative but to yieldour forces outnumber yoursand wo have Lord Corn wall s and Lord Welt llnglion and other Lords whom he named II on our side To this haughty summons the American once in reply indignantly ex claimed We care nothing for your Lords for we have the Lord God 1 Almighty the Lord Jesus Christ fitand General Jackson on our side wo decline to surrender 1and battle was fought and victory with the deadly aim of tbo huntIerst of the eyes of the foe and each picked his manafter the fashion of Indian warfare There were stirring times in Frankfort when the call for volunteers was made to go to the fields of Mexico The heroic spirit was aroused under the inspiration of patriotic impulse and a desperate desire f r vengeance sent the hot blood surging through the veins masIsnoretrembling lips at thousands of fire sidesCapt Ben C Milam had raised a company of cavalry and marched to the rendezvous at Louisville preparatory to embarking for Mex ico Of that company there are now only two living representatives Mr Ben Utterback of this city and Mr John H Reddish of Orms byOldham county A company of cavalry was raised in Woodford county by Thos F Marshall of which company Mr John E Miles of this city was a member En route to Louisville this company of about one hundred men marched down Main street and were halted in front of the Mansion House which was then a hotel They wore drawn up In line under the command II By the re verse flank form fourson the right into line march The tactics of the present day is a stranger to such commands hav lug been revised and reconstructed both as to cavalry ami infantry Of Capt Marshalls company only five men are now living A young lad of sixteen from near Shelbyville applied to Capt Milam to join his company On account of his tender ago and slight build he was at first refused but on his insistence that he had his mothers consent and his persistent request to be allowed to join ho was finally accepted At the battle of Buona Vista when tho regiment was or derail to charge tho Mexican Inn gets Capt Milam ordered the lad to stay back and not enter the ohargeII You are too light and your horso Is too light for the charge ho said The boy began crying and begged for permission to go with the others said ho had come all the way to Mexico to fight and didnt went to be considered a rl t A 11111t coward He was allowed to go The charge was a desperate one hand to hand fighting sword against lance horse and rider mixed in one confused melee After the battle the lad was found dead on the field with a Mexican lance piercing through his breast and transfixed to the ground In this desperate battle Capt Milams life was saved by Hum phrey Evans of this oity who shot Mex1ioanready to be plunged into Capt Milams side whilst his attention was drawn elsewhere Marshalls regiment of cavalry in which Milam and Tom Marshall had companies also embraced com panics from Madison under Cassius M Clay from Lexington under Capt O P Beard from Harrison under Capt Jos Shawhan an others from other counties Cla and Marshall were bitter enemies and a duel between them was nar rowly averted at Camargo Mexico Marshall in drilling his menI trenched upon Clays ground The latter came out of hs tent with sword buckled on and pistol in hand and ordered him off Mar shall obeyed but sent Clay a chal lenge to a duel which was accepted with terms arranged to fight on horseback with broadswords Happily the matter was amicably arrangedIt said that Marshall with his company was crossing a diffi cult river in a flat boat Clay was standing on the opposite bank to assist in the passage The bank was precipitous and as the boat struck it with force whilst swing jug round Marshall was thrown into the river Ho was quickly pulled back into tho boat and whet on his foot he loudly exclaimed HI am saved flnvcd but one heard mo oryRulp me Oassius or I sink It illustrated a sense of humor that was with him Irresist ible and imperishable S B S e BUYS SMALL FARM Mr Graves Hancock has pur chased from Mr James Bryant and wife a small farm of thirteen acres lying on ho headwaters of Big Ben son crook for 800 GNEIIIEITin Clearance and Remnant Sale BEGINNING mONODY JRN1 08 A GREAT BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY After our Immense Holiday Business we have left on hand I IThousands of Remnants Short Lengths and Soiled Ends of goods which we want to dispose of before taking our annual inventory These consist of remnants of Woolen Dress Goods Silks Embroideries Laces Ribbons Outing Cloths Flannelletes Calicoes Per cales Sheeting Cottons Ginghams Handkerchiefs Etc CorsetsyThese will be sold at a great sacrifice to move them out quickly Big reductions will also bw made on Ladies Suits Cloaks Furs Childrens Fur Sets and Tailor Made Skirts Ladies Suits i to 6 off regular price Childrens Cloaks i to off regular price Furs i to i oil regular price Walking Skirts Yi to i off regular price Ladies Cloaks i to i off regular price DONT mISS THIS OPPORTUNITyf And dont delay your coming to this sale itmeans dollars saved to you C LIPr4143 ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT g a o I A Happy NewYear-i I r oJ s r t I We Wisl AH A Happy Nev Year IOur business methods have gained us many new friends during the past year and we expect to make many more during the i new year of 1900 We shall endeavor to sustain our past reputation of having the Best Stock of Dry Goods Notions and Ready toWear Garments shown ins r I Frankfort and our Prices will always be Moderate I We Are Making Great Reduction on All Winter Goods 1 i IISIiE J I9I1Thu PERSONAL Mr S R Hollon of Covington was here Wednesday Judge W H Holt of Louisville was hero Thursday Mr M F Wilkerson of Lexing ton was in the city Saturday County Attorney W O Davis o Versailles was here Thursday- Mr J Will Clay of Mt Sterllrfg was in the city on Wednesday Mr Alex Johnson of Louisville visited friends hero this week Mr Len Hodges of Ashland visited relatives here this week Mr Clarence Fugazzi visited friends in Cincinnati this week Col G Allison Holland of Emi nence was in the city this week Mr Sam Whitehead visite- rlouds in Winchester this week Miss Ann Church of Louisville visited relatives hero this week Miss Clara Annette Nelson is visiting relatives In Louisville Mr H F Stratton of Mt Ster ling was in the city Wednesday LbrotIj I Judge F R Feland of Lawrence burg was in the city on Wednesday Judge E C Oliear visited his firm in Montgomery county this week Mrs S M Saufley has returned from a visit to her parents at Stan ford Miss Ruby Armstrong has re tturnod from a visit to Nashville JTenn Mrs William Cromwell visited friends at Clarksville Penn this weekDr E C Roemele wife and son visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr Ben F Suter of Texas is visiting at his old homo in this countyMiss Margaret A Lewis spent Uhristmas with her mother in Ver sailles Col Ed E Abbett and son Leon spent Christmas with friends in Covington Mr Harry Graham of Greenville Mississippi is visiting relatives in this city Miss Lexington- visited her cousinMiss Flora Ray this week Mr C Steelo Reading left Wed nesday for a business trip to Chicago Ills Mr Hanor Bohannon of Chi cago Illinois is visiting his parents in this city Mr J B tills office Christmas with his family In Versailles Mrs John E Miles left Wednes day for Orlando Fla to upend some time Rev C R Hudson has returned oiii a visit to his old home at An son Ind A Logan McKee and wife innati spent this week with here rt H McClure who has jw York City has re t Vreeland and son r went to Louisville avis of Louisville ys with his father and wife of Jel uosts of relatives nley and wife h his parents I1Ir A F Boscho went to Cin Saturday to spend Christ mss with his wife Mr T B WoodrutI and wife of Lexington were guests of relatives here this week Miss Ann Mary Crittenden returned Sunday from a visit to rein fives in California LouisfBaker this week Mr A A Stoll Jr of Louis vine visited his aunt Mrs Guy Barrett this week Mr Udolpho Sneed and wife who were guests of Mrs W E Bradley have returned home Miss Coranel Crutcher visited her mother Mrs D C Crutcher in Georgetown this week Mrs Jane S Hord of Versailles MrsIMr Archibald Barret of Padu- cah was the guest of his aunt Mrs George Varsie this week- Col Green B Swango of Wolf- county former of the Land Office is in the city 1Mr W P Williams and wife of Irvine were guests of her mother Mrs S C Bull this week Mrs Hiram Berry has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs W L Cannon at Midway Mr R H Berryman wife and children have gone to Lexington to make their home in future Mr Garrard Rodman of Okla homa was the guest of his mother Mrs Guy Barrett this week Mr Isaac Locke of State Col lege Lexington spent the holidays with his parents in this city Secretary Paul Swain of the local Y M C A visited at his old home at Smithfield this week Mr Thos B Wilkersnn of Lou isville spent Christmas with his brother Mr Norman Wilkeison Mr J Hook Gray of Alabama was the guest of his parents Mr F V Gray and wife this week Mr Harry Anderson and wife of Ain Arbor Mich were guests of Mrs Sam D Johnson this week Miss Mary Markham of Henry county wag the guest of her aunt Mrs Frank W Keyes this week Mrs Elizabeth Taylor of Bag dad who was the guest of Prof J Boyd Scearce has returned home Mrs Letha Robertson nee Dun nigan of Lexington visited Mrs W H Pifer South Side this week Miss Belle Hubbell of Louisville who has been spending the holidays here has returned to Louisville Miss Matilda Caldwell of Louis ville was tho guest of Miss Eleanor Hume at the Capital Hotel this James Teamster of Lodi Ohio has beenvisking his brothers and sister in this city the past week speutOhristmasBen T Farmer and wife in Cin cinnatiMiss Lottie G Stoll of Louisville is the guest of her cousin Miss Florrie Rodman Campbell street Mrs W W Taylor of Cincinnati was the guest of her sister Mrs Al Caplinger South Side this John P Hanley visited her mother Mrs McDormott in Paris Saturday returning home that nightIMr A W Maoklln who has been visiting his daughter Mrs C W Kotip in Louisville has returned homeMr John L Downey of East St Louis Ills is visiting hie mother Mrs J P Downey at Summer Forest I 1f j Mrs Wesley CnrdwelIof Har therdauJhterthis week Mr R M Bergman wife and son Western of Irvine were guests of her parents Cnpt I T West and wife this week attendingJohnsonthisMr Richard A VanDorveer and wife of Lexington spent Christ inas with his mother Mrs Anna VanDerveer Mr John B Lindsoy Jr of Mississippi was the guest of his parents Mr J B Lindsey Sr and wife this week ofOwensboroparents Mr John B Lindsey and wife this week Collegewith his parents here Dr G W Chinn and wife LouisvilleIof her father Mr C A Nelson has returned homo Mrs Jennie T Cardwoll who has been the guest of her sister LexingtonhasMr William H McClure of Weathersford Texasis visiting his parents Mr R K McClure and wife in this city Messrs Mason B Barret and spentSundaywith their mothers Mr Clias J Scheetinger U S tromINewO Tucker of Marion are guests of theIrImrents Judge Slue T J Nunn gonetorest of the winter Mr Thomson is a fine musician Miss Belle Giltner who has been visiting her sister Mrs N 11 Crutoher at Duckers eturned home Wednesday X KentuckyUniversity holidays with his parents Dr J W Gayle and wife Mr R D Denson and wife and Mr George Denson of Louisville were guests of Mr George Huffman and wife this week lJaughter11lssguests of Mrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake this week Misses JLyda and LillIe Robert son of Eminence were guests of their cousin Mrs R R Wilson Shelby street this week The younger sot had a nice dance nightItORear and Mrs E E Abbott Mr R Sherwood Major and wife of Birmingham Ala were guests of his aunt Mrs Kate M Williams at Highland Home this week Misses Mary and Bernice Soot tow of Louisville wore guests of their parents Mr W J Soottow and street this week Mrs M B Adams and sons Tuosdayforparents Mr A K Marshall and wifeMr Ross A McCallum and wife DaytonOhioguests of Mr John BDrydon and wife MorHanfioldparents Mr Si Penn and wife in this city returned home Tuesday night r Ii 1 411 SOUVENISMonday Ji f TuesdayrWednesday 1 u Thursday y tNext week we give Souvenirs with purchases of Dollar and over OneIS Special cut on all Wool Nov j r elty Dress Goods Silks Fur i Scarfs Lace Robes Nets c v F E J HEENEY WE M SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE I rI There are persons in every community who buy nothing1 but the best and to such persons it is 4 impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at We build only High Grade Handmade Vehicles l out of Selected Material which we soil under a Iguarantee that means something If you do not J know our work get the habit now ItY Give us a trial order and we will build you what you want f1 f 4t r Write or phone us and our repre sentative will call to see you 4A 1 Seller Carriage GO J- VERSIMrES 4tIf KYrrf H K WARD 0 M BBOWXING President Sec and Tleasf yrWhy Buy McClures itIMcOluros Magazine is bought and read in homes not bees use it is a magazine but because 1 d it in the magazine Why 1 FIRSTTHE PRICK It costs but one dollar a year or less than ten cents a number for totwentywritersthebestserials such as SchnrzBjReininincea or Bakers Railroad articles onlyentertaining monthsarc t carefulFOURTHITS CHARACTER McCluroa Magazine is not edited for children but at thosame time there is never a line in it that any young girl might not read Its advertisingsspages are as clean as its editorial pa- gesMcClures Magazine in your homo is intended to work only for good Send 100 for one years SUba rlptioni1or leave an order at your book store November and DooOJpber free now subs riptionsfor r S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NBW YORKIzYou can earn good income by taking up the business of securing subscribers for McOluro TheWaIi J f p 7- rf I We Wish You a 1 Prosperous New YearAnd will help to make it so by giving Special Reduced Prices for 1A Next Week on Cloaks Suits Furs Dress GoodsJ VV E FllVL EFliIt- BIRTHS GLENNIn this city on Decem ber 16 to Mr Moses R Glenn and wife a sonMartin Richardson named after Col A D Martin and Congressman Jas M Rich- ardsona Half the Ills that man is heir to comes from indigestion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tone the stomach makes indigestion impossible A NIGHT IN BOHEMIA At he Opera House Thursday oevning was one of the greatest entertainments ever given by local talent and if you were not there you do not want to miss the second performance tonight The audi once was large and every person in the cast did their very best Mr John W Milam as the retired actor could not have been excelled Mr Polk Lafoons Dusty Rodes wasall right Mr Steve Gibbs as the Irish Policeman was great and Miss Lyda Hubbard as Dolly Nobles and Mr W W Longmoor as Tommy Jiggs were Al The singing of Miss Edna Bridges as Violet accompanied by the male sextette Messrs Salem Kennedy Ike Kennedy Edgar Harris Wood son Coleman Richard McClure and Al Lillardwas sweet indeed and the number one of the prettiest on the programme The male quar tette composed of Messrs Salem SaDd Ike Kennedy Harris and Cole caught tho audience every ttime they appeared and they never of their music The Teddy Girls marched beautifully and the little Cake Walkers were just too sweet while the closing scene of J the first act in which the confetti J was thrown was ono of the pret- tiest tableaux ever seen upon any 1It stage Messrs J Mac VauDerveer and Ben Keenon charmed their fhearers as usual with their solos t and the chorus was first class representativerboth feet one on top of the other and so well did she represent Sis Hopkins the cracker girl from tho mountains that those who did not jImow her supposed she was a pro who accompanied Mr t Getz to fill the part It was a great show and so well k pleased were many of the audience are going back to see it 1tonight come with distressing frequency on tho farm Cuts sprains Dr Thorn as Eoleotric Oil relieves the pain instantly Never safe without it OA OeJAIM- ltt Hears the Signature YrIof e THE MAID AND THE MUMMY Great Now York Musical Suooos Comes to Capital Theatre Next Week Theatregoers who see The Maid and the Mummy at tho time of its presentation here next week have a decided treat in store The music is by Robert Hood Bowers and he has written some of the prettiest airs that have been hoard in many a long day They are of tho jingley order thar makes body want to whistle and sink them One of tho big song hits of this merry musical melange is- HOh Gee Its Great To Be Crazy11 Stanley Murphy sings this song in the first act and enacts the role of a wouldbe Scotch detective with tho assistance of a bevy of lively girls and nightly receives six to ten encores The words of the first verse and chorus are H Ive had hallucinations and un easy dreams at night And when I oft relate them every body runs in fright They think that I am crazy that my head is full of wheels But evryone would env yrao if he knew how good it feels Ive seen a jet black raven rave Ive seen a broker broke Ive seen a wooden shaving shave and heard an artichoke Ive seen a little ohipmuuk chip and seen a leper leap Ive often seen a pillow slip and heard a chimney sweep Oh Gee its great to be crazy crazy ctnzy as a loon Evry fellows unhappy but the lucky devil whos off his nut If you could only realize how fool ish It is to be wise Evry one of you would like to be crazy 44Th Maid and the Mummy comes to Capital Theatre Thurs day January 4 1006 When Richard Carle wrote his most successful stage creation The Maid and the Mummy he sought to combine all the good points of musical and farcical com edy light and comic opera bur lesque and extravaganza in this one production He succeeded so well that Tho Maid and the Mummy was heralded as one of the few great big successes of the last Now York theatrical season The comedy is pure and original the songs batchy and the dances surprisingly difficult This merry musical melange comes to Capital Theatre January 4 1906 with prac tically the same oast as that which carried it in success at the New York Theatre last fal- lChristmas Goods are MeIClures DEATHS PARKER At the Old Masons Home Shelbyville on Monday Mr W W Parker formerly of this city aged 85 years Squire Parker was highly re speoted by all who knew him He leaves three daughters Mrs Byron Harris of Louisville Mrs James Russell of Cincinnati and Mrs Rhodes of Dayton OJilo to mourn his death The remains were interred a t Waddy on Tuesday with Masonic honorsBREWERAt his home nea Eminence on Thursday Deoembe r 21 Mr Henry A Brewer aged about 45 years Mr Brewer was well known In this city where he had many friends He was an upright gen tleman in all his transactions He was an extensive dealer in coal am lumber His wife is a cousin o Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Bell Giltuer of this city HEARNAt the home of hi daughter Mrs liter Mitchell i n Woodford county Ota yesterday Mr Chas G Hearn of the infirmities due to ago Mr Hearn was a genial and pop d lar gentleman The funeral will b e preached by Rev J O A Vaught this morning at 10 oclock and tin remains will be buried in our oem eterySTEPHENSIn Kansas City Mo on yesterday morning Mrs lone Keenon Stephens wife of Mr J M Stephens formerly of this city of heart failure Mrs Stephens was a sister of Mr Uberto Keenon of this city She leaves a husband and a grown son to mourn her death She was u member of the Presbyterian ChurchThe and burial will take place in Kansas City this morning at 11 oclock ContinuedI Air Morton K Yonts wife and child of Louisville who have been visiting her parents Judge T H Paynter and wife have returned R W Osborne and daugh ter who were called here by tho death of her father Mr C A Nel son have returned to their home in Louisville Mr Cecil Farmer has returned from Central University Danville and will not return this session but will assist his father in his big dry goods store Mr J Arnold Batterton who has been with Mr W S Farmer for positionport wholesale Grocery OLD TAYLOR fTHEPREMIER Iil- sKENTUCKY WHISKEY- E H TAYLOR JR SONS ProprIetors i Frankfort Kentucky j iBiBhiHBifl tf IMiss Carrie Brook gave a house during thc holidays in honor of her brother Morris of Memphis Tenn The guests were Misses Edith Cohen and Marylark Nichols of Lexington Sara Grinnan of Paris and Messrs T A Nichols of PJttsburpf Penn and Wood Grinnan of Paris On December 26th Miss Brook gave a small din ner party to her guests Those present were Misses Daisy anti Mae Hockensrnith Lyde Suter Maria Trimble Roberta Moore Edith Cohen Marylark Nichols of Lexington Sara Grinnan of Paris T A Nichols Pittsburg Wood Grinnan Paris Morris Brook of Memphis DO IT TODAY whatryou can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it today and let that remedy SyrupfII thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold 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 75o At all drugigsts ly- rDtjt 11 Early Risers- Th famou Uttto pill IBUSY Mis LINE BETWE- ENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST 4 IS VIA tJ1llelioroll aMSt Louis Railway HENDERSONROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS SpccialRonndtrip Homescckers Rates to Southwest nnd West first and third Tucfdnyp January and February 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Tex ns Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April SUth Limit to return toy 31 ions Secondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first nnd third Tuesdays of January nhd February 1906 ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent- 888 Early Risers The famous littlo pills Dr Weavers Treatment Shop purples tho blood Cerate heals elfin eruption Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions a r OASXOBJAJBears theTheSignature Sir oftA FAMOUS REMEDY Icured MY cough with German Syrup r He wrote to Dr G G Green An as true as I tell doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever ITC been IQThe poor consumptive should not bss the victim of experiment as he often is jbut the moment the disease manij tests its presence he should be given Boy schees German Syrupa pure ojholic medicinq that is made specially the cure of consumption and has a wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds croup sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and young If It is sold in all civilized countries an has been famous as a consumption curs centuryqTrial bottle 750 Afc all druggists throughout the world S For sale by J W Gaylo EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD GOIN SCOTT GOW 1EIllf1I1I1SfCOIIAO1OB rpeat 14BuildingsOld phone 688 93m C fit 0 TJMETAKLK 3UTEI jILexington trnnkfort bilbjville u LonlsvlllA 11UI1 800 NORTH No 22 NoIABM PM OQSbelbyvlle iOoAINO SECRET ABOUT IT It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Hl1cJ Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes11 writes D L Gregory 10f Hope Tex iiSo at all druggists 7f genuinsLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold la eae day l ttp Iiatjr e LJ t t I WFranRfortRoundatioiit Entered nt the postollicc nt FrankforT Ken lucky as sccondclnss mailable matter t93E0 A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 30 1905 THE CHRISTMAS TIDE Christmas with its joys and sor rows has come and faded into tho pastOwing to tho abounding prosper ity of this people they have opened their hearts and purses this year to an extent never before known in the history of this section of the countryNotwithstanding the inclement weather of the greater part of tho week before Christmas the stores of our merchants were crowded from early morning until ate at night with those who were pur chasing their Santa Claus supplies There is not one of our merchants so far as we could learn who has i not said It was the best Christ mas trade we over enjoyed Now then after all the feasting and gift giving are past let us learn to love one another better to be more charitable for our mutual faults and while some of our hearts are sad when we missed those whose dear faces we shall never see again yet we can thank God and take courage for the future knowing that our times are in His hands who doeth all things well- FEDERAL OFFICERS TO IN- VESTIGATEt Upon complaint made by Senator J C a Blackburn that his mail had been sent to the Governors office in this city and there tam pered with a Postofflce Inspector has been sent hero to investigate and make report of the facts FIRE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE Fire raged for two hours under the roof of the Jefferson county courthouse on Wednesday after noon inflicting a loss of about 30 000 with no insurance The records damagey fire was caused by electric wires among the dry timbers under the iron roof Consumptioni consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand i Scotts Emulsion will come pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions the 1healthFrom time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot excepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous IJ We will send you a sample free I1 Be sun that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every tattle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc ancSlf all drunhta i a t Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble by Jour Heart Cure and Nerv inc and I am just as sound as a dollar in that For several I had Breathinghadshort pains about the heart sometimes- accompanied with fluttering would make me feel faint and he least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining was induced to remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all were removed and have never sowed signs of returningREv Gao W KIRACOPE Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so of more mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often incases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the is easily excitable apt to worrywithout cause If have the least your heart is weak study symptoms and begin the use of Heart Cure the great heart and blood tonic without a days druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr send for free on Nervous and Heart Diseases bookI Pr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CAUCUSES CALLED Chairman McQuown has called the caucuses of the Democratic members of the Legislature to select the officers of the two bodies The House caucus will meet on Monday night in the Representa tive Chamber and the Senate in the Senate Chamber COURTS TO MEET MONDAY There will he courts galore in this city next week On Monday the circuit and county courts will meet On Tuesday the Court of Appeals will reconvene As Monday is a legal holidays no business will be transacted in either court then in session sSATURDAYS MURDER On Saturday night in a saloon as usual a young colored man by the name of John Tobin Ellis son of the wellknown colored nurse Cash Ellis shot and killed another colored man by the name of Saffoli BrownIt that Ellis was out for blood and attempted to shoot another man just before but the man was too quick for him and disarmed him Later Ellis came into the crowded saloon and raised a row with Brown when Ellis pulled his gun and fired three shots at Brown two taking effect killing Brown in stantlyEllis was arrested and held over to tho grand jury which meets on Monday next without bail Another victim to whisky STATE FANCIERS AND BREEDERS ASSO- CIATIoN After our paper had gone to press last week it was found that it would be impossible for the owners of the splendid lot of fowls in the exhibit to have them shipped homo Satur day on account of the Christmas congestion at the Express office so it was determined to continue the exhibition until Saturday night in order to afford those who had not attended an opportunity to see the displayThis was a wise measure as the inclement weather had prevented a great many from attending We again take occasion to congratulate the management upon the grand success they made cf the ex hibitWe trust they can see their way clear to have such an exhibition every year It certainly was an educator as to time raising of fine poultryWe to learn that it was not financially a success It certainly was in every other way and this being the initial exhibit it would have been an unusual thing if i bad been a success in that way J I ia r FOSTER DAY It has been proposed to signalize the Home Coining of Ken tuck inns which will be hold in Louis Jville on Monday Tune 14 1000 by unveiling a bronze statue of Sto phon Foster tho author of that im mortal song My Old Kontudky Home In order to forward hat idea and impress it upon the teach ors and scholars of the State State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion Prof J H Fuqua has soul out the following circular letter Many of us feeling that it is emi becoming that this statue be paid for by the school children of Kentucky tis a memento of their appreciation of the distinguished placeinA contribution of seventyfive cents from each school in tho State will be sufficient Will you not ask your teachers to explain the matter to their pupils for a con tribution to tho same Let them send the amounts contributed tome and you send them to Joshua Hoplugthis enterprise I am trulyJAMES FUQUA SALE OF REAL ESTATE Mrs W J Hughes has sold to the Ford Johnson Co formerly Frankfort Chair Co her house and lot on the corner of Clinton and High streets for 4000 The company will build a big ware house on the lots recently pur chased which comprise all tho ground between the railroad yards and Clinton street eDYING OF FAMINE Is in its torments like dying o 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 medi cines and a good doctor in vain At last took Dr King New Discov ery which quickly and perfectly cured Hie Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores oOo and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free SALE OF STOCK FARMING UTENSILS c Mr Morton L Rally who own and lives upon the Len Cox place on the Steadmantown pike will sell all his stock farming utensils household and kitchen furniture etc at public sale on Thursday January 4 1900 A lot of very desirable property will bo sold Dec 16td 0 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 strength and get well when it is compelled to do the full work that a sound stomach should do You wouldnt expect a sick horse to got well whoa pelled to do a full days DyapepsiaIdny of the week Kodol Cure is a perfect dl BeIlievtisSold by J W Gayle Read McClures halr price adver tisement DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never oft till tomorrow what enIerallyor demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for thlrt few overI it will unloubtedly relieve cough or cold and Its use for a few days will oontinuedI completely No matter seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure us it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New bottles 25c regular size 76o At all drugigsts lyr THE SEASON OF INDIGESTION The season of indigestion is upon us Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for tho stomach that an overloaded or overworked stomach can not do for itself Kodol Digests what oat gives the stomach a belchtSold by J W Gayle yt 1 Jtw 1J itj cf + rr I- TPleis nt tot t Trde ldut Laxative Syrupv w ii NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons +ipation as they bring about normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines r LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring it about complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as f t Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Sour will be returned if you do nnot like it better than fanyother you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE ITobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades f Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows IiThresher Machine Oil Klti Tarpaulins n t tPipeylY Jf FRANK G STAGG Jff Hardware Paints Oils Etc y Value JOHN DRISCOLL QualiE The Leading GrocerJThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade tJ J Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place iiJOHNI 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky iIf Phones Office Now Old Residence Now Old M6 Dr L T MINtSH IPhysician and Surgeon 2pmto5pm7pOfficONo over ResidenceNo Todd Street Frankfort Ky 83m SALElTHOROUGHBRED POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels 300 and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 snob Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred Plymoth Rook Cockerels 300 and up AddressEUGENE E HOLE 72m Frankfort Ky r f 0 V I n t r 111 i i a a soutliern HawaBrrI Shortost and Fastest Lines from t Lexington and fjTOSt Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou 7ICarryingOafeObaorvation Parlor CarMeals a changeLeavoisville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 782 a mdCarrying Free Redlining Oil f r3 Oars and Pullman Sleeper throueh without =Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at a III East Main St Lexington Kyl I or Louidvilli Ky 234 Fourth Ave Ip i ti tL JilBT op PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE STATE FANCIERS A V P BREEDERS ASSOCIA TION FAIR tr Tho following is tho oomploto l1 list of the awards for the four days 1 Buff Plymouth Rooks 1 W A Stotts Indianapolis Ind First cockerel first hen first pul ulyi lot fourth hon fifth pullet first pen Sooro 182 810 Jf KySoeoud4 tSI r and lion third lion fourth pullet ssecond cockerel first cook second cock second pen Score 181 716 f Single Comb Brown Loghorns Annie Harlow Worthville Ky Second cock Iyirit S P Berryman Nloholasville i KyFifth oookerel second cock erel fourth hon j F B Wright Shelbyville Ky pulletrt Paris KyFourth cockerel fifth pullet KySecIseekj4 tf Mrs B F Jaokeon Eminence Ky Third pen Score 178 18 uelsDeatsvilleefceii first cockerel first cock first pen Score 18 1116 fr Single Comb White Leghorns r KyIlLawrenceburJiYf Louisvillewr third hen second cook second hen Soore 187 11lfi ltI C J Clark Paris Ky Fifth pullet first pullet first hen second oockerel third cookerel fourth l hen first cook third cook fifth cock flrtSt pen Soore 17 U4 third ii pen score 86516 fourth pen 1 score 185 716 f LexingtonKyfifth KyFourth Scoretircook t second pen Score 180 716 SoE Nioholasville J KyThird cockerel fifth hen sec penScoreKyseoond177 12 KyA11 pulletfirstKyFifthf p i White Plymouth Rooks tHargis Brothers Cincinnati 0 fourthxWabash Poultry Farm Palestine q 111 Second cockerel third hen fourth hen second pullet first oook t erel third pullet second hen first 1 pullet first lien first oook fifth pullet second cook third cook i fifth cockerel third oookerel first- pen Soore 19184 second pen- score 19 12 third pen score 189 il 1116 BT Budford Midway KyltI r pulletRfthJ Barred Plymouth Rooks KyFifttliLW E Bosworth cock Frankfort Ky t John W Tanner Paris K- yISecond hen third pullet flfta pul pentKyaw182 18 Harry Clubb Pleasureville Ky ji First hen first pullet second pul lot third hon first oookerel fifth 11cook second oock first cook see penScore182 916 l i KyFourthjThird cockerel fifth pen Soore tiWhito Crested Blaok Polish 1Thomas Hoffner first t IIII nese Geese Kyi5Toulouse Geese B T Bedford Midway Ky Second gander third gander see mid goose Pekin Ducks KyFirstduck yFirstdrake fifth drake KyThirddraketblrd Rouen Ducks r KyFirstdrakeIndian Runner Ducks 8impsonvilleKyFirst a1 end duck GeeseIEminence KyFirst gander first goose J rwm csesesr White Wyandottes Ira B Sleet Warsaw Ky First cookorol fifth cockerel second lieu first pullet third pullet fourth pullet Elmer S Footo Paris IyFlrstcock first hon third hen fifth hen second pen Score 18d 1510 Dr J P Stewart Farmdalo Ky Fifth hon E J Coleman Louisville Ky Fourth cookorol fourth pots Score 185 716 Joseph Owensboro Ky Second cockerel third cockerel second pullet third pen Score 186 516 Bluo Andalusians Nick McDowell Danville Ky Second cook first oookorol second cockerel second pen second pullet third pullet WhiteFaced Black Spanish Wm H Hoge Frankfort Ky First oookerel first pullet Single Comb Rhode Island Reds Elmer S Foote Paris KyFirstcockerel second hen third bent fourth pullet fifth pullet second pen Score 184 Mrs Harris Lebman Midway Ky Second cook second cockerel Edward A Ward Cincinnati O First cook second conk fourth cockerel fifth cookerel first pullet second pullet third pullet first hon first pen Sooro 184 110 Buff Wyandottes Lehman Bros Midway Ky Second cook second oonkerel first pullet second pullet first hen sec ond hen third hen Silver Wyandottes H D Conrad Warsaw Ky First cook first pullet second hen Mrs H C Hemphill Nicholas yule KyFirst cockerel second cockerel first pullet second pullet third pullet fourth pullet Single Comb Blaok Minorcas M MoGowan Waddy KySeo ond cook fourth cookerel fifth cockerel first hen fourth hen sec ond pun Score 178 KyFirstoookerel third oookerel second hen third hen first pullet second pulletpuPartridge Wyandottes H D Conrad Warsaw Ky First cock second oookerel first hen first pullet KyFirsthen second pullet Light Brahmas Ira Hall Pleasureville KySeo ond cock third cockerel fourth peuSooreKyFirsthen third hen fourth hen first penSoora1 N Barker Sons Thornton IndThird oook first cockerel pulletfifth185 7lff Buff Cochins J B Clark Chicago IllFirstoook second cookorol first lien pulletThomas Curry Anderson Ind First oookerel seoond hen first pullet second pullet third pullet second hen Soore 183 84 KySecondDark Brahmas I RySeuondhen second pullet Buff Plymouth Rooks Wm A Stolts Indianapolis Ind First cockerel first hon fourth hen first pullet fifth pullet KyFirstcockerel second hen third hen second pullet third pullet fourth pullet Black Langshans KySecondhenNapoleon J Barnes Pine Grove KyFirst cockerel fourth Sock erel third pullet fifth pullet seo ond hen Score 187 78 George 0 Beales Nloholasville cockerel seoond hen pullet187 716 I N Baker Sons Thornton Ind Seoond cookerel first hen first pullet Silver Pencilled Hamburgs KyFirstW H Frankfort Ky Third oook fifth hen George 0 Everett Mt Sterling Seoond cook second hen third hen fourth hen fifth pen Golden Wyandottes KySeoond pulletWhite Langshnns George C Dealer Nioholasville KyFirst oookerel first hen sec ond hen third hon fourth hen first pullet second pullet third pullet fourth pullet pun Single Comb Blaok Orphingtons O A Bogardus Warsaw Ky First oook first oookorel first hen pulletS3 White Cochin Bantams J R Williamson Lexington Ky lrah L J c evrarvevm nn ax a asrcrw re Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure par tile Lab Dlde tm What Yaw EM noliarbomh14UorWryofLODWItf Mmkmrn thm Breath Swutt- Am tlmti ranch 6OeOhteseonsA IIVial cent ells Ask for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar For sale by J W Gayle First oook first hon second hen third hen fourth hon fifth lion Buff Cochin Bantams W B Buford NIcholaHville Ky =First cook second cook firs oookerel first lien first pullet seo ond pullet fourth pullet yTbirdGolden Seabright Bantams KySeMndBlaokBreasted Game Bantams KyFirstBronze Turkeys KyFirsthen Pigeons KyFirstHomer cock first on Fantail largest varieties W H Hoge Frankfort Ky Best display best pair show Homers best display show Homers Jack Fuss Frankfort KyBest pair Pouters best pair Fantails best display of PoutersCups Fifty dollar cup for largest an best display of any one variety of poultryWabash Poultry Farms Palestine IllWhite Plymouth Rooks Fifty dollar silver cup for bes pen Barred Plymouth Rooks Harry Clubb Pleasureville Ky Twentyfive dollar silver oup fo LeghornsCTwentyfive dollar silver oup fo best pen White Wyandottes Ira B Sleet Warsaw Ky Twentyfive dollar silver oup lor best pen Single Comb Butt Orphing tonsOfA Bogardus Warsaw Ky Twentyfive dollar silver cup for best pen Whito Plymouth Rooks Wabash Poultry Farm Palestine IllTwentyfive dollar sliver loup for best game oookW McKeo Hardta g Fifteen dollar silver cup for best pen Single Comb Brown Leghorns Mrs Oharlesj T Samuels Deats villa Ky oupIvoryfowl washed with xvury SoapEl mer S Foote Paris Ky oa T 0EIJABean theTheBJgnature i 4of THE HICKS ALMANAC FOR 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 1900 but his Monthly Word Works has been changed into 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 1006 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1006 Tho price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar year See it and you will have it The No vember and January numbers con taining the Rev Trl R Hicks forecasts for tho whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sending at once 25 cents to Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 82m e IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st tho fol lowing changes in time of Southern Ry trains will become effective No1 now leaving Louisville at 780 m will depart at 8 m No9 now leaving Louisville at 850 m will depart at 880 p m No 28 now leaving Louisville 725 m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 610 m will depart at 545 m No2 now leaving Lexington at depart at p m Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passen intending to use these should consult ticket agents for oomploto information O H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 641RAVSME i 7riTE W dolDyspepsia Cure rr d at al ti m t a a a p a p a a 6 ilL Rt9 ai or WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK BODIES thetFrankfort People As one weak link weakens a chain so weak kidneys weaken the whole body and hasten the final breakingdown Overwork strains colds and other causes injure the kidneys and when their activity is lessened the whole body suffers from the excess of uric poison circulated in the blood Aches and pains and languor and urinary ills come and there is an everincreasing tendency towards diabetes and fatal Brights disease There is no real help for the sufferer helpDeans act directly on the kidneys and cure every kid ney ill Frankfort cures are proofWingate Jm theI Thomp n pollen of 29 Murray Street says Ordinary backache is sufficient to torment the average mortal but when there is added to it trouble with the kid ney secretions which embarrass you during the day and breaks wonderdcomes the means he employs to gut anylone astwas not until I learned about Deans remedyrclaimed for it I procured a box drugrkidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching in my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about Doans Kidney Pills They do representedFor Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other I had a running itching sore on my leg Suffered tortures Doans Ointment took awa the burning and itching Instantlyand quickly effected permanent ouret C W Lenbart Bowling Green O FrailortBiacWiBi The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 11aor2 I Lv D Frankfort Ar 7 20 2 6 23II Summit 7 2 6 Elkhorn 06 6 42 1103 6 58 229 666 Stamping Ground 286 669 Sg 241 7 Johnson 6 1rI217 712 Georgetown 1035 6 2 716 C S 1080 6 2 M Newtown 8 ai 8 7 Centerville 846 669 311 737 Elizabeth 8 55 Para sJunetn 8 to Art Paris r Lv 8801542 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kO KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P M M KIA MlA11251720i 8 Georgetown Arl6 lAr 8 80l BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A M P M PM 6 20 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 2 LvGoorgetown Ar 6 88tKENTUCKY CENTRAL R n POINTS 6 20A L Frankfort 25A 720P 8 47P 7 12A A Georgetown Aill 04A 625P 5 25P 7 60A A Paris SeA 542P 611P1142AA Winchester L 09A 245P l5Ps2CP 54P A Richmond L S 20A 165P A Cincinnati L 2B5P GEO B HARPER CWHAYGPres and Genltiup P A a A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOS- Big Book House Failed 5Stock Must be Sold At Once at from 10 to 50 cents on the Dollar PricesI Our + cts The Christian Call of the Wild Brewsters Millions Graustark Tho iiastawity II David Hnrum It 10I1500 our prico 295- Xmas Special Worlds Best Longfellowland t goldicents each Every book guaranteed to be new perfect and satisfactory or your money buck without question or quibblingPractically July book or sot of books you want at a fraction of the retail price while they last Get free bargain list before order lour 60 to 90 per cent on Chi 1st mas books Write for it today iJTHE DAVID B CLARKSON CO Dept 4 CHICAGO ILL 98t ONE NIGHT OUT1 jSriNew Orleans and Cuba reached in comforts vela QUEEN ftCRESCENI ROUTEI SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Service January ttb 19W PudmanTrahiLeavo P M LEXINGTON llrtO P ADining Jacklsonvlllo and St Augustine via noogaond Atlanta Florida Limited TrainLeave 830 A V LEXINGTON 1085 A M DANVILLE lltSO A M Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser JacksonvWeStvia Chattanooga Atlanta and Dinning ham Queen Crescent SpecialjSolid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan villa to New Orleans via Chattanooga PullmanServiceSavannah and Charleston Winter tourist tlcketa now on sale at reduced rates For information apply Chas W Zel D P At Cincinnati King P A T V RIRXiUOK pearLaeatCINCINNATI DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats s Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamirt Oftki 8TM LeaviagfootofMadisonStrectDallyat 015 A traits Returning arrive Week Da7IL3o r w Sundays 000 PM to 75- 4unlimitedroundtrtpatI1 Bxcursloru return Week Days i Sunday 75C To Pt Huron and return a two days trip only foomeals aid berth extra Sptctal Rater to SocttlliJ Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the 500 Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent orwrltex0 r GOiDWWcVJ- Lf a CASTORIAFor Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the fSignature of of All Ii Both Phones 307309 Main St of in our us of can be in If it att IT IS i i 230 St Clair IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD i it ton on Thursday Mr Jesse Cryer and Miss Minnie A McCormick of Alton were married by Rev Clin ton Lockhart In this city on Thursday Mr Robert Hicks of High Bridge and Miss Hattie Broughton of Switzer were married by Judge J H Polsgrove HUGE TASK r It was a huge task to the cure of such a bad ease of kid disease as that of C F Col lier of Cherokee la but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so fur pone I could not sit on a chair without a oush ion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and sion In Electric Bitters howeverI 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 Col A D Martin of the Frpuk fort Chair Co presented each of the young lady operators of the two telephone companies in this city a handsome rocking chair for a r Christmas present Dont drug the stomh taco cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflam matlon 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 MADE tr Mr Julian 111 ford the South Side plumber has made an assign meut for the benefit of his creditors Mr E M Wallace is the assignee Mr Tilords many friends regret to learn of his misfortune Mothers everywhere praise One Cough Cure for the suffer it has relieved and the lives r of little ones it has saved A certain cure for Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough Makes easy outs out phlegm and draws out the Sold by J W Gayle LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the Week end ing Saturday December 80 1005 Bowman Mary P Brown Annie W Combs W R T Y French Capuler Co Groves Jordon 2 Hamilton Ranel 8 Hicks Mittie Jennings Ernest Junoe Mrs t Rapttn Mrs Elizabeth McLean John Mason W T Morris C Morris Geo Roberts Miss Willio 2 Roberts Earl Roth well James Sallie C B Sheley Thos Smither Miss Susie Stevenson Pete Toti Rivio Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M e Dr CaDYs ConuHfon 1ovrucw art just what a horse needs when in bar condition Tonic blood purifier are vennifnge Tliey are not f pathorse3 cents per package For SalA by J AV Gayle and Gayle jt 4 e Mr John F Howard of Boston will Rive his recital of Hamlet on Friday evening January 5 and Julius Cesar on Tuesday even Digests what you R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi uago St Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Win I 0 J Ie I R UWLXMAS PresentsCall and see our line of Heating Arizona Cook Ranges Chafing Turines Berry Spoons Rogers Knives and Forks Carving Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Vases Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos Buggy Rugs Kinds P C SOwcR Hardware Merchants THE NEW YEAR Will find the same line reliable goods store that has been carried by You know where the stock Diamonds WatchesfJewelry Cut Glass Etc found Frankfort you buy Selberts GOOD M A sJ2I1E3IEFr Reliable Jeweler Street I MARRIED CRYERMcCORMICKNearAl HICKSBROUGHTON undertake 50- 0HANDSOME REMEMBRANCE ASSIGNMENT a1ings breathing inflammation Fitzpatrick Goo- Lookenfoc SIIReed CharleyWashington LeComPte 11Imishea- tANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL BuffetLibrary Oak Stoves CO best RoyJohnson Estate Stoves Dishes Soup ter Tourist resorts of the Sou th includingNew Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Gras at New Orleans Feb IMnrdf 06 Gulfport is a Mexi Ooast resort having the now fine Great Southern Hotel sailingfromliju America Panama West JIIUIWB and Europe Send or call for descriptive matte r in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service to New Orleans and the new ocean liner twinscrew nine teenknot S S Prince Arthur WednesdayHavana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville SleepIngCnrvia Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 281 for Mexico and Call fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in speolal private j vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with car service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Exour sions 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 ChlougoFullpluUoulnrs of the above can be had of agents of the Illinois Contraband connecting lines or by addressing either of the uiidoreignod JOS 1UGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G P AtMemphis A H HANSON P T M ChicagoS10tAl Oh cagoj clf kt Wine Trains T- OFLORIDA vI- ASOUTHERN RAIL WAY AND QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m DiningOarFlorida Special Louis ville 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Lou isville to Sfc Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danvillo this Is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite Oar Observation Car etc Dining Car serves all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pullman Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knoxville whore connection is made at 085 a m with through AsheIGood returning until May 81st are now on sale daily at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashville and II Land of tho Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vice versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes rather handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Ry or O H HUNGERFORD D P A nyGA G P A St Louis W QfDr Weavers Syrtip JntMee the blood t Grate obUmeot for the ta Iv r i THE PACIFIC COAST TouristsSeeking If you contemplate a ttlp to the PnuifiQ Coast or uget Sound conn rateStoafewftBanffViotorla tion City Americas virgin play MountHood a andItssublime r has ever copied and to see and reach all by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel itwould pay you to confer with a LouisvJlle f illustratedliternture i Budil1tulliholpyouBoth RouteLouisville tz5acNUfcltreatmeMforblood JItsbig colds the big colds that end in r1consumption and death Watch the yiPineKILLTHeCUGH t AND CURE THE LUNGSk j WITH Dr KingsiNew Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION 60e Price 100YFree Trial Surest and for allandLUNGTHROAT TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Dr R P Buckmaster 4 steopathic Physician j r Office at Mrs Win ODounolls 485 Main Street Will be in office TUESDAY THURS DAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tol 875 48tf ar 1 OUR GIGANTIC 1 CLEARANCE SALESBEGINS SATURDAY DEC 30I Every season before taking Invoice we lend all our energies to making an absolute Clearance Sale of ALL WINTER GOODS Everyone should take advantage of these Bargains while they last Lace Curtains that sold for X175 319These are Only a few Of OUr t Blankets that sold for 450 now Fianneiiettes that sold for lOc now 71cBargains to give you some ideacr outing cloths that sold for i9c now 8ccwhat our Cut Prices areSilkolines for Comforts that sold for 12Jc and 1 5c now 9c Come and Look even if you dont want to buy E DMiii e3 C i ci C RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JHUnCHRev A B Chinn the lector being sick there will be no servioo at this church on Sunday 1Wednesday rayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m The pulflio cordially invited ti Attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev O R Hudson the pastor wil at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundaysuhool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society mesh at 645 in the chapel IeaderMiss Belle Hubbell Topic Looking Baokward What Have I Learned This Year Prayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 91a m in the chapel Baraoa Glass at 945 a m taught by the pastor- Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 045 p mPrayermeeting on Wednesday sight at 780 ot in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free 4FIRST PRESBYTERIAN J MoC Blayney D DJ the pastor will preach at t a ni and 780Np m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even 1log at 7110 m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A VauRht the pastor will y at 11a m and 780 p m Sundaysuhool at 945 a m Junior League at p m ISenior League at 7 p m on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mJ mtat 680 p frnPrayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody Invited to attend vANEW YEARS SERVICE he annual service will be held on New Years morning at 780 oclock at the Southern Presbyteri an Church Everybody invited HIRAM LODGE NO 4 ELECT OFFICERS t Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M hold its annual election fpr officers on Wednesday night St Johns Ir IiDay The following were chosen f Chas N Wiard W M IGeo E Feamster Senior Warden David P Davis Junior Warden Theo C Wylie Secretary John P Selbert Treasurer J S Lusoher Senior Deacon Oscar E Wolf Junior Deaoon Gus Sohaefer Steward and Tyler CAPT JOHN MoNABB MOST l POPULAR CONDUCTOR ON L N Our genial and jolly friend Capt MoNabb is Unanimously voted the most popular conductor on the L N R R As evidence his lady friends and others remembered him at Christ mas to the tune of nine turkies thirtyfive pounds of backbone and sausage six pounds of butter eight dozen eggs six neckties three boxes cigars and various other things too numerous to mention Hes a bully boy CLEAR THE WAY The mission of Early Risers is 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 De Witts Little Early Risers never gripe or sicken A safe pleasant perfect pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles of these Famous Lit tle Pills cured me of chronic constipation Sold by J W Gayle BRICKLAYERS AND MASONS UNION The following officers have been electedPresldontW F Brawner Vice President Shirley Howell Recording Secretary John Edge- DeputyGoo Brawner AlternateS W Howell Jr TrusteesW H Netherton C W Merchant Jr and R M Braw ner SergoantatArms W Howell SrConduotrH K Brawner Eminent Doctors Praise its Ingredients- We refer to that boon to weak nervous suffering women known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says of Unicorn root Helonlaa Dlolco which is one of the chief ingredients of tho Fa vorite Prescription A Invariably acts as a uter Ino invigorator makes for normal activity ot the entire reproductive system He continues In Helonlaa wo have a medicament which more fully answers tho above purposes than any other drug with which I am acquainted In the treatment of diseases po to women It Is seldom that a case Is seen which does not present somo Indication for this remedial agent Dr Fyfe further ays The following are among tho loading Indications for Helonlas Unicorn root Pain or aching in the back with leucorrhcea reproductiveI stin the region of the kid neys menorrhagla flooding due to a weakened condition of tho reproductive system monthlYIIf more or less of the above symptoms are present no invalid woman can do better take Dr Pierces Favorite PrescrIption one of the loading ingredi Helonlas1andmost faithfully represents prominentingredient Prof Finloy rl D of Bennett Medical College Chicago says It is an Important remedy In disorders of tho womb In all catarrhal conditions and general enfeeblement it is useful Prof John M Scudder M D Sato of Golden Seal rootCinClnnotirsayso general effects on the system there is no medicine in use about which such general unanimity of opinion Itis as tonic useful InIall debilitated states Prof Bartholow M Jefferson Medical College says of Golden Seal Valuable In uterine hemorrhage menor rhagla flooding and congestive dysmcnor rhcoa painful menstruation Dr Piorcos Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all the above named In cures the diseases for which they are recommended A list of splendid royalty plays will bo offered tho patrons of the Capital Theatre next week beginning with a special New Years matinee by the popular DePew Burdetto Stock Company who will be pleasantly remembered as hav lug visited this city last season Funny Tom DoPew everybodys favorite comedian and Will T Burdette an actor who has made an enviable record in leading juve nile roles have surrounded them selves with a strong company and a week of thoroughly agreeable en tertainment is promised Monday ovening the offering will be the sensational and absorbingly Interesting comedy melodrama of life in the great metropolis The Silver Dagger which has met with un qualified success in the large cities The exclusive right to present this powerful play in Southern territory NEW L LI N DEPOT IS A GO- At last definite steps have been taken with regard to the building of a new L N station in this cityThe railroad has determined to place the amount of thotwo awards made by the Juries in the cases against the Sullivan and Tobin heirs in the hands of the proper officers of court and ask that the necessary deeds be made by the courts commissioners The tdtal amount is 25750 and is considered a full satisfaction for all claims of the owners Work will begin on the property now owned by the company and tho other buildings will bo left until spring when the tenants will be called upon to vacate A HANDSOME PRESENT lOne of the handsomest silk umbrellas I have ever seen was laid r has been secured by the DePew Burdette Company and it is now for the first time to be seen at 10 20 and cent prices There are four acts and from first to last there are stirring situations rich dra matic incidents pure humor and surprising climaxes The plot is a novel yet plausible one and the characters move and act like real human beings When a thing is said or done there is a reason for it and there is no necessity to bore the auditor with baseless explanations Added lustre will lent to this powerful production by the introduction of uncommonly good specialties Ladies will be admit ted free to witness The Silver Dagger subject to the usual con ditions umber however limited to 200Special Now Years matinee A Womans Sacrifice upon the desk of the ROUND aIployes of this establishment It has an elegant mother of pearl han dle gold mounted and is a beauty These good people have thus con tributed to my protection from the inclemency of the weather and judging from their many kindnesses in the past would as willingly help to shield mo from the storms of life and I am just as grateful for the first as if they had done the latterMay they always be as happy as this renewed evidence of their friendship made me and may the new year bring themyinany bless ings FARM FOR RENT With some tobacco land on it Threequarters of a mile from city limits ee- MRS ANNIE TAAFFE 48tf I FOR CRACKED HANDS Rough skin and cracked hands are not only cured by DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve but an occasional application Hill keep the skin soft and smooth Best for Eoxema Cuts Burns Boils etc The genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ailords immediate relief inyall forms of Blind Bleeding Itch byJNow is your time to yet Christmas Goods at McClures at half price Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to needs of the children Pleasant to take soothing in its influence it is the remedy of all remedies for lungdisease Illinois Central mSeventh F River Louisville Nol Memphis S N O Ltd No Leaves 940 21NewpmNopmForpoints Connection to and from Elizabeth Hodgenville and Hopldns1 lie excep no Hodgen1I1eNo Accommodation No IK Leaves 430 p m A r Ives 055 a m For Central City Connecting service to Hoducnvillo town except oa- Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Ron Daily New Fast TrainNS TO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May 10 The new trains will leave St Louis a m daily The evening trains to same point 1010 m daily Double dally service- Through sleeping car service for SnnFran see Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or address B T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Airt Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Ho 50 YEARSI l t JDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac aommng a eae ch and doecrIJJtloa map lion ascertain our uOCommunICoUonlllltrlctlrconlldenUaI tent free Oldest agency eocutinsr patents Patents taken Munn k Co rocelvi 1palitinitrewithoutcbargelathe Scientificflmericatu A handsomely utastratM weekly Largest eorotation of any scientific Journal Terms 1 year four months L Sold by all N rac Cod wasm New iiF Bt D t EDUCATIONAL Contributed by the Educational Improvement Commission- of Kentucky THE FIGHT I The officers and members of the Executive Committee of the Edu cational Improvement Commission of Kentucky held an important meeting at the Capital Hotel in Frankfort Saturday DecemberI 10th The meeting and a definite plan of campaign was detormined upon Among other things which form part of the plans of the Commission is an effort to determine far as possible the will of the leading citizens of the State in regar to the State Normal School propo sition To this end the Commission has mailed out 8000 blank petitions to the 8000whito school teachers asking that the people be inter 1viewed Over 7000 of the 8000 teachers have already placed them selves on record many times here- toforeI in the matter The attitude of the press is es pecially gratifying Out of a lengthy list of editorials last week there was only one that was no heartily in favor of State Normals There was an article in a county paper last week by ono who signed his name II An ExTeacher tha gave vent to the following thought He said Give a prospective teacher a thorough training in uptodate State Normal School and then send him out to teach in the average country district and he will become disgusted with con ditions environments and salary and abandon the work at the end of the first six months experience Here is where the ExTeacher is clearly in error The trained teacher knows how to do common things uncommonly well Itand hence his work is a constant de light and fascination He knows when conditions are wrong and ho has the knowledge training and heartpower to set to work and right them It is one of the great est functions of education to make the poor discontent with their pov erty and to fire them with a zeal Mid determination to better their lot in life It is possibly the greatest function of a State Normal School to give such training to its student teachers and to fill them to overflowing with an inspiration that will enable them to meet the adverse conditions in the country and transform them It was State Supt O B Martin of South Caro lina who said One intelligent live and enthusiastic teacher can revolutionize a whole township und build a monument that will endure as long as appreciative hearts and growing minds endure Such a teacher will make condi tions he will create environment he will command a salary In the wake of his intelligent efforts will follow good schoolhouses splendid equipment beautiful school grounds local taxation longer terms larger salaries and a more healthful public sentiment in favor of better education and a higher citizenship Such a teacher will practically solve the problem of compulsory education He will draw the children to him and secure the cooperation of the patrons Again this U ExTeacher seems to infer that the child in the coun try district is not entitled to a thor oughly trained teacher Why not There is no reason why man should not supply there in the heart o nature schools that shall offer as good educational facilities as are to bo found in town or city With such schools the country would bean ideal place for the education of Wren and women Without such schools it is but a question of time when the best blood of the country will move to the towns and cities and leave in our rural districts only the poorest peasant population too ignorant to know the value told the blessing of an education und too Indifferent to care to secure it for their offsprings Now is tho time for nil thought ful people to meditate solemnly and earnestly The Legislature will be inJsosslon this winter Are i you content to know that Kentucky drags behind all the other States and Territories in this matter Are you willing to longer deny to tho country boys and girls tho privilege of a trained teacher Are you sat isfied to know that hundreds of thousands of good honest country folk arc unfavorably inclined toward education for the simple reason that they have never hud a trained leader but in place toreof have generally had unskilled teach ers und miserably poor schools Do you not believe it is a part of patriotism to change those condi tions If you do then it is your duty to be up and doing Write to your Senator and your Ropreseuta tive and tell them of your convictions They will gladly give your opinion consideration This is a government of the people for the people and by tho people Thth the people should express them selves to the law makers THE EAST KENTUCKY HILLS Lawdyer KynOh the East Kentucky hills How majestic and how grand With their summits bathed in glory Like our Prince Immanuels Land Is it any wonder then that my heart with rapture thrills As I stand once more with loved ones On these East Kentucky hills ChorustOh the hills beautiful hills How I love those East Kentucky hills IroamtStill think of happy home And the friends among those East 1Kentucky hills On tho East Kentucky hills Where my childhood hours were passed Where I often wanderod lonely And the future tried to cast Many are our visions bright Which the future neer fulfills But how sunny wore my daydreams Qn those East Kentucky hills Oh the East Kentucky hills How unchanged they seemed to stand With their summits pointed skyward To the Great Almightys Land Manyxobanges I can see Which my heart with sadness fills But no changes can be noticed In those East Kentucky rills Oh the East Kentucky hills- I must bid you now adieu In my home beyond the mountains- I shall ever dream of you In the evening time of life If my father only wills- I shall still behold the visions Of those East Kentucky hills 8IaA BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your appendicitisSafety Lift Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at all druggists only 25c Try them WANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this territorySalaryweekly expense money advanced permanentNo particularsenvelopeCOOPER CO 182 Lake St Chicago Ill 1812t 11 =BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 11904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris pfeveryhoarcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in Georgetowu11 p in except 11 n m 8 mid GeorgotowtforLexington m to 10 p in except 10u in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Our 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1 185 a m Loaves 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 Maui street E T Phone 610 Home Phone 1274 R T GUME Manager tf j r MACABEES OFFIQERSI Capital Tout No 28 Knights of the Maccabees hold its annual election of ollloors Friday ulglt resulting as folluw- BOommnnderW W McEnnis Lieutenant Commander C Kernan Kergoant N B Smith PicketPo D Arnold Sentinel E E Rosson Record Keeper W 0 Nelson Master of the GuardsLouis Sugarman TrusteesJ W Reading J W Matthews and N B Smith The installation will take place the second Friday in January The following resolutions to the memory of the late C A Nelson were adopted Resolutions in l11elnol of Mr A Nelson Lieutenant eJommander- of the State of Kentucky and Rec ord Keeper of Capital Tent No 28 K O T M Frankfort Ky Whereas Ithas pleased o ir Heavenly Father to take from us to the beautiful home over the river our States Lieutenant Commander and our Tents Record Keeper Brother Co A Nelson CapitalFrankfort Ky- t FirstThat wo extend to the family our heartfelt sympathy in their distress for the loss of their loved one who has been always a friend and guide to those in need ordistressSecondThat this Tent has suf fered a loss from which it can not easily recover as Brother Nelson tins been a member who has always remembered the pledge he made to his father Mattathias always attentive to his duties as an official of this Tent whom he has served so faithfully as its Record Keeper for years ThirdOur State has lost its first and faithful Lieutenant Commander for which he has labored so earnestlyFourthThat we spread a copy of these resolutions on the records copyberequest the local papers and the Bee Hive to publish same Fifth That we drape our charter in black lor daysJ P D ARNOLD J W MATTHEWS e CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionis patienttooproper attention to food digestion SyrupFreeis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and toe absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duee to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptivesthere and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c A tall drug gists S vr The Dawn of another Year Before starting on another year we desire to express our most sincere thanks for the increasing favor which this store has enjoyed dur ing the past twelve months We ask for a continuation of your good will and shall constantly endeavor to merit jt by making this a store which shall at all times conserve the best in terests of those who favor it with their patronage We wish you A Happy and Prosperous New YearI Jul W11 GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broad Frankfort Ky watII I i 9 i t kIi The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been f in per24ruse for over 30 years has horno the signature of I All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ildrellExpelIence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Yearstt t LEXINGTON iWINTEREFFECTIVE OCT 1005 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND tNo 2 No4 No8JDaily INo1 Daily tIi Ex Sund Ex SunMIs Ex Boa PM AM IM PM Leave Leave An t 745I 225 0 Lexington 0 1010 605 810 825 20 Winchester 20 923 530 aW 918 Clay City 4a 887 48 406 923 Stanton 828 j 480 Jil485 954 Natural Bridge 67 801 401 449 1008 62 Torrent 747 84T 611 1029 Beattyville Junction 162 625a 4 610 1180 oaJacks n Trains No 3 and daily except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday t Trains Nos 8 nnd ineko close connection at O K Junction for points on the O ItBy tTrains Nos and 8 connect at L E Junction with the 0 O By Tly for ilt Sterling Trains No8 and connect at Boattyvillo Junction with the L A Ry for Beattyvillt n loca1stntion J R BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G F A T1ONTO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAYdNO No 22No83 No Daily Daily Stations DailyExMis Ex Bund Ex Bund Mis A M Lye P M LveIAMAr PM Ar o 980 285 Jackson 880 1120 0 925 280 O K Junction 885 1126 843 168 Wilhurflt 417 1152 880 162 Hampton 480 1158 t 128 Lee City 122J 19616gI 122 Helechawa 1228 74I 105 Cannel City 645 1245 Nos and will make close connection at 0 ft K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern nnilwsyM L CONLEY Superintendent SOLID COMFORT INITRAVEL MEANS TUB Henflerson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO TILE WEST ANJ SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of near fu ture Get the I4endorson Route HabjtIt It is tho comfortable lino and a comfortable train In traveling is acquireAtof naming you rates We have the equipment tho train sorvico the free chair oars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT i J H GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Trav Pass Age Gen Pass Attt JlENDER SON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE KY j J t t Queen and fji G reSCenTa Shortest Route- Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORTi AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter C EI OMIRKEr T P A 89 Mala Street Lexiagton Kentucky