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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 411 r d 0 ti- yr i IJ jL THE FRANKFORT RoUNDADOUTt GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDWOnm TO LOCAL ANT SOCIETY NEIS1Elgals 100 In Advance I YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY h I9L NO Ie I HALF PRICE I I On ChristmasGoodsktzar = j 1 7FI Today prices on what is left of Christmas ftCut Glasss China 1lsoSM- edallions1 a In fact everything included in the sample purchase will be just onehalf usual retail prices away below cost of manufacture Many beautiful gifts arc still here those prices will bring to a big end the largest sale of Christmas goods ever known in Central Kentucky Those prices apply only on the special Christmas purchase things we can not afford to carry over not ill regular stock of Clothing Furnishing Goods and Shoe- sRKMCCLLIRE i SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY For thoRoundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT NO III Frankfort has hove rbeon specially subject to epidemics This is prob ably duo to tho river that forms a great natural sewer sweeping through thE heart of tho city and to tho precipitous natural drainage that flows into it thus quickly e carrying away the filth that ot- hergo would accumulate and decay In 1888 when tho cholera was ct carrying death and dismay into the f towns of Central Kentucky thin city was but lightly visited A singular feature of the cholera k4scourge of that period was its freak fto Versailles Whilt D hundreds were taken sick and scores were dying at Paris at ht Georgetown at Winchester at Bare rodsburg at Lancaster and Old King Solomon was burying the ac Lexingtontif not entirely exempt from Asiatic plague of 1883 But in 1884 when the other towns were free from tho scourge the cholera suddenly r broke out in Versailles and died in twomoro than fifty people weeksPhysicians wont from Frankfort and from other towns to assist tho plaguestricken people What theory of medical science or sanlta Lion can account for this strange phenomenon of epidemic disease In this connection wo may state that Old King Solomon tho grave digger at Lexington who gathered into the earth tho bottles of tho vie tims was a bold and defiant rofu tation of the laws of sanitation Ho was filthy in habit and in dress habitually addicted to intoxicants irregular and reckless in mode of life and yet ho strode about in tho charuolhouso of this fearful disease handling the bodies in im provised coillus with utter disre Bard of contamination and with 1 perfect immunity Wo can almost imagine that thorn was a volt of cheerfulness in his thoughts as ho murmurod in measured tonosI gather thorn InI gather thom in lho smallpox has on several 4 occasions visited Frankfort but never in a serious way Nothing 0liIO the condition of it ontranco Lexington in tl ntor of AI jt t i I j 18784 when farmers ceased to come to town No one got oil tho trains There wero no customers in the stores no funerals An ambulance would dash down the street taking a coffin to the cemetery Here and there on the porch of a residence a collln was to be seen awaiting its turn yellow flags ware visible at residences on every street and thin streets themselves woro almost deserted There was no shaking hands and tho morning salutation was the query Well who died last night Over 500 people died and were buried in about two months We have had nothing like that in Frankfort ere have been fever an i uiphtheria but the fatality- es iiit been excessive he old homo in which Frank Blair resided when ho published the Commentator the antecedent of the Frankfort Commonwealth newspaper and which ho revisited in after years is still standing in Bellepoiut tho property of Col John N Orutcher tho alcaldu of that growing West End On tho oooa lon of his visit the tears foil streaming from his eyes as visions of memory and of youth came crowding back upon him But the old frame building on the corner of Wilkinson and Wap ping streets that was used as a hotel by Gen Wilkinson was torn down over thirty years ago and re placed by a modern dwelling This structure was put together with wrought iron nails brought over the mountains from Virginia on pack horses and in it rooms Aaron Burr matured his con piracy for a Southwestern empire and from it ho lied at tho conclusion of his trial and acquittal for treason before tho U S District Judge in this city A ball was given in tho hotel that night in his honor and the next night after his escape became known a similar ball was given to tho U S District Attorney who had prosecuted him Frankfort is not unused even at tills day to such sudden changes of popular favor A photograph was taken of tho Wilkinson Hotel or Love House before it was torn down copies of which are no doubt in tho possession of some of our citizens Tho location of tho hotel was probably duo to tho fact that the Jerry also owned by Wilkinson r crossed tho river from a point near by to tho mouth of Devils Hollow Branch S R S NOISY WELCOME Just at 12 oclock on Sunday night tho boll of the Episcopal Church and that in the fire depart ment oupalo rang out the old year and welcomed tho new The noise was augmented by tho firing of pistols and fire crackers The hubbub lasted for about fifteen or twenty minutes and waked up nearly everybody in the city A SURPRISE PARTY A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relievo their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for constipation WRECKED FREIGHT TRAIN DELAYS OTHER TRAINS A freight oar left the track just this side of Jotts Station on Sunday evening in a out obstructing the track so that no train could pass until about 1 oclock Monday morningWhen thin L N Sunday even ing train and the eastbound C O reached this city they were detained until the wreck was cleared laay I FORCED TO STARVE B F Look of Concord Ky says For JO years I suffered tipperlipcould not eat After vainly trying everything nlso I cured It with Buoklans Aruba Salvo Itsgreat for bursa outs and wounds At all druggists Only l 5o NO MORE PASS S ON C C O n n Tho C O railroad has notified all the newspapers that there will bo no more passes issued over its Hue This wont hurt the newspapers very much as tho space heretofore given tho advertisements of tho road taking tho year through amounts to more than has boon received in tho way of transportation r Ii ftl u h u h i IIG pREINVENTORy6 Clearance and lmnnant w Sale J i06 l w l m LIEGINNING r- 1l10ND 1Y JUN l OG H ftr tr 3MKMx H r n I 3 A CHEAT BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY a After our Immense Holiday Business wo have left on hand Thousands 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 1 cales Sheeting Cottons Ginghams Handkerchiefs Etc Odd Lots of Hosiery Underwear and Corsets These will be sold at a great sacrifice to move them out quickly Big reductions will also be made 1 on Ladies Suits Cloaks Furs Childrens Fur Sets J and Tailor Made Skirts Ladies Suits i to 3oft regular price Childrens Cloaks i to Ji off regular price priceValkingLadies Cloaks i to r off regular price I I BONT mISS THIS OPPORTUNITY And dont delay your cooling to this sale itmeans dollars saved to your i C IAGIN BRO 4143 ST CLAIR STREET FKANKFORT KENTUCKY I riW r lJ m PERiNAtMr was in tho city this week Mir W J Steele of Versailles was in the city this week Judge R C Kinkoad of Louis ville was hero this week Col n w Farleigh of Louis villo was hero this week Judge George DuRelle of Louis ville was hore this week Mr S Walton Forgy of Elkton was in the city this week II Judge John D Carroll of New- Castle was here this week Miss Jtargarot Thompson visited friends in Midway this week Lexillgtoil LouisllmHon M C Swinford of Cynthi mna was in the city this week Rev Thos J Stevenson of Georgetown was here Tuesday Lexington Mr Howard Black of Belgravia t Minn was a visitor here this week THr A F Bosche and wife have gone to Cincinnati Ohio to reside Col G A Da vie of the L N TI R was in the city Wednesday FlomingsburgJnl Bohai d P Ernst of Coy ington was in the city this week MondayforCol Ed E Abbott visited his old home at Warsaw the first of the week Air J M Allen of the Cynthi aim Democrat was in the city this week Col A B Hammond and wife visited relatives at Smithiield this week HVJjss Todd Saifell accompanied her aunt Miss Lusty Bush to Louisville Col C J Bronston of Lexing itou was a visitor here on Wednes dayMiss Jane Reed of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Miss Eliza Overton Mr Dosha Ureckinridge of the Lexington Horald was in the city Tuesday Dr J A Kimm of Terre Haute i Ind visited hero his old home tills week Miss Prue Hunt Rodman has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Col Clarence E Woods Mayor of Richmond was a visitor hero Ah is week Capt lL West loft Saturday fort MoKee Jacskon county on a business trip Mrs Chas Feathorston and Mrs i1 H Lucas visited relatives in PUlls this weekx Mif Win Remington and wife of Vans were time guests of Dr H M toiler this vook- f Miss Maltha Urinnan of Paris TVUH the guest of Mrs Grant L Roberts this wool Mr Sydney Bedford has gone to Punta Gorda Flu to spend tho rest of the winter Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad visited hOl sister Miss Ruth Jiob inson this wool ti i Mr Frank Cannon visited his brother Hon W L Cannon at Midway Sunday Master Wm Cromwell Jr has returned from a visit to his aunt aU ChuksvllleIenn Mr Saml R Smith was called jili 1 J A ti 9 to nii t0 oS 00a n eBBBBeBBBB3BB BB THIS WJUKSPECIAL PRICES Furs go at half price Cloaks go at half price TailornuHle Suits go at half price Dress Skirts at half price Hundreds of all kinds of remnants and olds and ends which we will sell quickly at the prices we will otfer them Oftalles d Weitzel Eat st t t St St S to Lexington Tuosclny to attend the funeral of his mother Mr Goo L Barnes of the Internal revenue service visited his family hore this week Miss Gertrude Lodridgo who has boon visiting her sister at Mt Sterling has returned home Miss Martha Jameson who has been visiting relatives at Cynthi ana has returned home Miss M Lockott Smith who has boon visiting relatives at Crescent Hill has returned home Col John W Landrum of May- field was a lookeron at the organ ization of the Legislature Capt G P Ripley and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Oldham county were in the city Saturday Rev G W Young D D of Georgetown was the guest of Roy Dr M B Adams this week Miss Carrie Brook of the Forks of Elkhorn was the guest of Mrs Grant L Roberts this week Mr Wm Long of Nashville Tenn was the guest of his cousin Mrs J M Case this week Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney visited his son Prof T Lindsey Blayney in Danville this week Mr Bradley Weitzel of SU Louis Mo was the guest of his mother Mrs Jerome Weitzel this week Mrs Louis St J Thomas of Louisville was the guest of her aunt Mrs J N Crutcher Sunday Mrs Logan C Murray of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs E H Brown has returned homo Judge T R McBoath Reporter of the Court of Appeals went to his home at Leitohlield on Thurs dayMr Allen C Smith of Texas a student of K M 1 was tne guest of his aunt Miss Lucy Pattie this weekMr John H Grayott and wife of Smithland wero guests of his brother Mr W F Grayott this weekMr John P Hanley and wife kept open house on Monday and entertained their friends in royal styleMiss Mary Keith Miles of Lex ington who was called here by the injury to her father has returned home Mr Julian Chinn of State Col lege after spending tho holidays at home returned to Lexington Wed nesdayMiss Helen ORear who has been at house for the holidays returned to Science Hill Shelbyville Wed nesdayMiss Aubyn Chinn and Miss Nora Marshall who are students at State College returned to Lexington MondayMr W Magill of Wilming ton Del who visited relatives here last week returned homo on Saturday Mr Jolla il Buckley and wife and Mrs Clam Chow und children have gone to California to spend the winter Mr A it Dunlap who has boon correspondent for tho CourierJour nal and Times loft Thursday for Louisville Mr 7 Smith Hays of Wincho ter who has boon the guest of his undo Jon N B Hays hUH re turned homo Owing to tho illness of Judge H L Stout there was no session of circuit court on Wednesday and Thursday Miss Nellie Orbison of St Louis Mo was the guest of liar grand mother Mrs Hiram Jerry on Wednesday Mr limos P Got of Chicago Ills who successfully conducted the Elks Opera left fotf Now York City Tuesday Mr R M Bergman of Irvine It i I who has boon tho guest of his I fatherinlaw Capt I 11 Nest has returned home Miss Lucy Bush of Lawrence burg who was the guest of her sister Mrs Wm M Satlell has gone to Louisville Tarrytownguest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has gone to Lexington Rev Clinton Lockhart left Wednesday for a trip to the Holy Land cityduringMiss Rebecca Averill and Miss Maria Lindsey left Thursday for spendtheMrs Chapman Coleman Mr J dnughtorMissfor Washington City Col A J Piokens of Marion former Steward of the Institute for Feebleminded Children was a visitor here this week Oh1cngoIllsparents Mr J L Bohannan and wife has returned homo Miss Louise Daniel underwent an operation at the St Joseph Hos pital in Louisville Wednesday which was very successful KontuckyUbeen at home for the holidays re turned to school Tuesday Mrs W G Cardwell 6f Harrods burg who has been tho guest of MorganChlun Mrs E F Burgess of Big Stone Gap Va who hnr boon the nest of her parents Mr Jos H Cox and wife has returned homo Mr James Ray law clerk for Judge Nunn has resigned his position and located in Louisville for tho practice of his profession- Mr D W Lindsoy Jr and wife who have been spending tho holidays with relatives in Virginia re turned home on Friday night Mrs D W Shearer nee Myrtle Jott of Clay W Va who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Virginia Jett has returned home Mr R M Colvin wife and daugh ter of Falmouth who have been guests of her parents Rev T F Taliaferro and wife have gone home Roy L N Thompson of Louisville who was called hero by the illness of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson has returned home Mr Isaac Locke and Mr Howard Umethun of State College Lexington who were at homo for the holidays returned to school Mon day Mr ChaR J Soheitingor of the U S S West Virginia who has been at home on a furlough loft for New York City on Sunday morning Mrs Sheller Richardson has gone to Shelby county to visit relatives From there she will go to Lti Grango to visit her sister Mrs 1 T RiKloy Judge T R McBoath Reporter of the Court of Appeals who hums boon suffering from a broken leg is able to rusmno his duties and came here on Saturday Mr E E Abbott Jr Mr Edmund Taylor and Mr Allot Crit tendon who ale students of Cen trim l University Danville returned to school the first of the week Mr Thos H Bradley of Lexing ton buyer for a big walnut lumber company was in the city Saturday Ho tins recently purchased time walnut timber on the famous Nan turn Stock Farm consisting of JI7fi trees the price paid being in the six figure column i- L i rlM Ea I o VIc 0 VIcr C Q 0 c o0 3 vam rrI uCJ Q dOC 0tr u c iiiI Fq NeighborlGet IiEANNUAL liNEN SALE J I Monday Jan 8th to 20th OUR ANNUAL LINEN SALE COMMENCES MON DAY 8TH Table Linens Napkins Round Cloths and Napkins Match Sets Towels Crashes Pillow Cases Linen Sheetings Linen Cambrics and Lawns Doilies Tray Covers Lunch Cloths Bartenburg Pieces small and large Other attractions in furs and dress goods at greatly reduced prices Dont fail to call and s- ees F J HEENEY WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE egoThere are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell u cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is anyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you net da new vehicle of any I buyingWe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GolVERSAILLES KYiH K WARD President C M JSec1n Why Buy McOliires heemltsoit r J foytnt twenty or twentylive hoofs Mutiny anywhere from u dulhn to two dollar it vol unto ulingwrltutsthebustserials such as SehursJKeininincos or Bakers Railroad articles THIUDTIMKrJNKSS Time rending matter in McCluros not only goal it Is not only entertaining amusing instructive IIlIIl1ilslllJnghIIH also about tho subjects in whluh and all Americans nru most Interested at t IU time No subject in tint next twelve IIImiths- lIlU tiolnj to bi rn Important tho queMtion of railroad rates and rebates and the iiurstloii of life insurance Both of those juostion will bo disuussed by authorities in an impartial earo lul interesting way- FOURTHITS CHARACTER McClnrnH Magazine is not edittsl for children hnt at tho HIIIIIU time there is novor a lino in it that any young KM might not read Its advertising pages urn as Mean ay its editorial pa- gesMcClures Magazine in your homo is intended to work only for good Send 100 today for one years subscription or leave an order at your bookstore November and Diwombor free with now subscriptions for iJOO S S AkCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn n wood income by taking thobuslncss of securing subscribers for McCluros It isclean and milfrespccting JlU1I11tlItionllllY men or woman would llltu to represent The Way is 25 cents for SIOO subscription in addition to big cusp prizes for tho best work toduy for full particulars tit J 1 iri f Pt r N J w Ca r + 1r = e DEATHSt = SMITHIn Toxarkana Texas on Saturday December 80 Mrs L Margaret Jane Smith roltofc of the late Dr Joseph Smith aged about 80 years from tho infirmities duo t toagoMrs Smith was tho mot her of Mr Sam R Smith of this city Sho was horn in Madison county but removed to Danville when she became tho wife of Dr Joseph Smith and afterwards to Lexing ton where Dr Smith died Since t then she has made her homo with Mrs Anna Movers 1She was a nobjo woman of tho J old school a devout member of the Christian Church Tho remains wore brought to Lexington Ky and laid away in tho cemetery beside her husband and 7Sheleaves four sons Saml R Edward E Robert H and BowI man and one laughter Mrs Anna k Movers to mourn a tender loving T and consecrated mother Many friends sympathize with Mr Samuel R Smith of this city in his great loss COZINE In Henry county Do comber 80 Mr Sneed Cozine aged andIwell known He leaves a wife but no children and his mother to mourn his death BIRTHS GOINESIn this city on Sun day morning to Mr Canada Goines and wifea daughterweight 82 poundsCHOATEIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Wm Choate and wife a daughterMANDLEHRIn this city on Tuesday to Mr Wm Mandlehr and wifea daughter N RESTORED TO DUTY The host of friends of Capt WIn W Wilder for tinny years a coh ductor on the Jj N R R but who has been oil tho road for some months will be glad to know that he is bask Rt his old place again He is one the best conductors on the road WOMENS CLUB DIRECTORY A mooting of the Directory of tho Womans Club will bo hold this 1c f afternoon at half past three oclock s Terrible plagues those itching posturing diseases of tho skin Put f an end to misery Doans Oint mont cures At nns drug store BHAPPY WEEK9EIE 31 iWe aiuiounco the best sale event of the season occasion of the year to begiJliSATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 6TH And continue through next week Prices for this occasion will indeed mallefyou happy if you buy a 1 A New Tailored Suit a Cloak Ladies or Childrens Underwear Bed Com i forts Remnants Dress Goods Silks Embroideries Dress Goods Silks Shirt Waists Skirts Rugs Outing Cloths c l11 r 1rfJ b w S FARMER + Ii 1 ir zfa PEA RIDGEISchool closed Christmas and both teacher and children outdid themselves In the closing exercises Dialogues by tho Misses Donuts and the Misses Richardson and Miss Chambers wore very amusing The rest of the children had speeches and songs A nice treat of candy oranges and bananas had been pro pared by the loved and popular young teacher Miss Holder Music was furnished by Mr Dorsey Tracy and Mr Chester Lacofield Mrs Richardson and daughters entertained one evening last week in honor of tho young ladles of the neighborhood Those present were Miss Emma Miss Etta and Miss Bessie Dennis Miss Edith and Miss Lilafred Edge Miss Jessie Miss Ruberta and Miss Ruby Chambers and Miss Alma Moore Mr Frank Edge who has been spending tho Christmas holidays with his parents has returned to Kentucky University where ho has been a student for some mouths Misses Carrie and Icy Moore had a very pleasant social Saturday night All the young people report a very pleasant evening Much regret is being expressed over the news that we aro to noighborsMr ily Mr Jarrott Moore and family will shortly remove to his new homo some two miles further on Mr Walter Mitchell and family are expecting to move to town shortlyMr Pet Tracoy nail family are going to move to Benson shortly Several young ladies and gentle men wore tho guests of Miss Edith Edge one evening last week School closed at Choatoville Thursday evening before Christ mas A very nice entertainment was given by the teacher Miss Lot tie Suttle and children All the exercises were such as to reflect credit on both teacher and children Miss Cleo Moore of Benson also closed her Benson school and both teacher and children did fine with speeches told dialogues What has become of our Benson and Choatovillo correspondents SCRIBE WANTED To know tho whereabouts of Pa deuce Millie and Nannie Dowell or thoir descendants Address MRS NANNIE D ALLEN Ky188t11 I CAPITAL LODGE NO6 I O O F ELECTS OFFICERS Capital Lodge No t5 r O O F elected ollloers on Monday night followsNoble W C Marshall Viol Grand Rousseau True Secretary W S Dohonoy Treasurer E E Rosson Host Albert Chilson THE LEGISLATURE I Body Quickly Organized and Down to Business Promptly at 12 oclock m on Tuesday the two llegislative bodies assembled in their respective chambers and proceeded with the organization In tho Senate Senator G W Hickman Dem was elected Speaker Pro Tout over Senator A S Bennett Rep ClerkWnt Cromwell Assistant ClerkW O Jones SergeantatArmsOscar Vest Doorkeeper J T Embry Keeper Cloak RoomGus Rich ardson Jr- Enrolling Clerk Miss Jennie McDonald Bill Clerk J R Catlett Pages Leslie Kendriok Jno Corroll Foals Gates Youn- gn tho House Mr H L Raw rence Dem was elected Speaker over Mr H K Cole Rep Clerk Jas E Stone Dem was elected over Chins Logan Rep Assistant Clerk M F Poguo Dem was elected over Roy Wil hoit Re- pSergeantatArmsC W Long mire Dem over Rousseau True RepDoorkeeperC O Parrish Dem over C L Lanihan Rop JanitorC M Parrish Dom over George Humbert Rep Keepers Cloak Room Guy Vin son and Rebel Martin Dents over Capt David Hogan Enrolling Clerk RppILyons Dem over tello Re- pPagesHerbert I Crader Dudley Rngsdale Ed Shelman John C Miller Dom over Price ChnndlerI Charles Smith Clyde aad Walter Kirk RepICOL CHAS H STOLL SiNS EI Owing to the pressure of private Interests Col Chas H Stoll ouief of counsel for the Kentucky Dis tilleries and Warehouse Co has re signed his position Col Stoll is largely interested in railroad and other corporations e WELLKNOWN COLORED MAN DEAD Chas Mosoloy a wellknown call ored man who has heart the cook for Mr Jos L Rodman for over eighteen years Is lead It is not often In those days that a colored than or woman remains with one family any great length of time Mr Rodman says he feels tho I loss of this humble good titan al1 most as much as if a member of his own family = I OLD TAYLOR I N w TIlE PRE- MnERKETUKY W HIKE E H TAYLOR JR ARSONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky J jf1 W LiJIii iJIIf t iIJr I RELIGIONS ASCENSION EP rSCOPAL- CHICHRev A B Chinn tho I rector being sick there will bn no service at 1Wodl1escla730 p m Teachers Meeting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to nttt3lHlIC R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11n m and 7HO p m Sundayschool at 0HO a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 545 in tho chape- lPrayermeeting 1IWednesday even iu chapelThe Tues day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Kev Father Thomas S Major rector low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 70 p m BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Morning subject 1 he Education of St John in the Island of Pat mos Evening subject Will The Law Be Enforced in Frankfort Sundayschool 045 a m in the chapel taughtbyBaptist Young Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at C45 p mPrayermeeting on Wednesday I1I chapelVisitorsSeats free- FIRST 1ItESBt1ERIANl- H1RCHRov J McC Blaynoy D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at J30 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tint Endeavor at 530 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even inn at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 04 n m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p m- Paryermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov Win Crowe pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m beginIondnevening Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend Y M C A MEETING Rev Frank M Thomas will address tho teas Meeting at the Opera House on Sunday afternoon at 8 oclock Subject tic Beginning and the End Miss Florence Wadsworth will sing All mon urged to bo present TOBACCO AND CORN FAIR Dont forgot that tho Tobacco and Corn Fair will bo held In the CO L LINS BUILDING on Wednesday and Thursday next January 10 and IK It Fill bo a hummer Only 10 cents Admission Lot Ivorybody attend t ti4i1G tftSiYis 1 fI Dr wonvere Treatment l- SyJJp purltIe tho blood Cerate healil skin eruption A n Dr Ycuvers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerateor skin erup- tiener9 rLI 0 E JSignatureor INDIGESTIONS RECOR ii The best remedy I can prescribe for your Ind- lgestl0I111111Il1m is Greens August Flower 01 other physicians who prescribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat heartfailure in its ghastly harvest ling read in the papers daily of appar even men being I suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal r dying in inan cases before a physiriaia could be called in qThis shoulil be a warning to yea who I suffer with regular or periodical attacksJof indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizure August Flower prevents indigestion X6y creating good digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the blood and tones up the entire system in a natural way 7 JTwo sizes 250 and 75c All druggists Fur sale by J W Gay IP EUGENE SCOTT KEWBOLD GOINt SCOTT GO N BUILDERSAXD tIl1ll1AL GONTRAGTORS Xeat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned- Old phone Gas uam i Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville No 108 Memphis C N O Itd No 104 Leaves IIO p in Arrives 7 4a n nv 100Lem ifeLim For Fulton Piulueali and interimxlintu thtownSumlnv service to Elinbethtown uiul lleastn FLmvtwtoUollniIllSundays toiat nit station lien Daily Dr Judys Condition Iowiiura are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anl vermifuge They are not food I fmedicine unil tho best in use to pin 11 horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For stile by J W Gayle and LoComnto Gaylorr0JS 3OViaX43Be- are thelie KM You line Always Bought Signature +of I 7 CdP 4 SyRr rACnv rr r r l r A THeFranKoitBoimflaDimt Entered at tin pn+ MiHip at Frankfort Ken tiKkynssciuiulcla s inailaMr mutter h h ti QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 4 1905 == =Written for tho Roundabout CHILDRENS RIGHTS This important subject was the topic of convorsation at a dinner party only a few days ago Tho its vend ends why and wherefores took t up much of tho time and tho con Torsittion but tho main features of the case wore relegated to talk plain and simple Wo read in almost fvory paper something about the rights of the children and in looking about us on every gland wo SOl those rights exem plified in manner style custom IJ and superiority of birth condition and circumstance The children of the present day have rights too many of them Not only do they abuse but also misuse these priv ileges and in a great measure consume and waste tho blessing of re Ward which might be of lasting and untold benefit not alone to tho child but to tho community as well The parents are to blame in almost every instance of too much overindulgence and too little restriction in rules of obedience It is trot the fault of the child that he or she refuses to observe the cur riculum of home ethics or the su periority of parental supervision- At this sumo dining table eti r quette was at a premium The children had been allowed to reach over and grab whatever each wished also to call out in language unmistakable for things desired nod it was a question whether the guests would or could survive the tflnish unnoticed or unroproved by sine paterfamilias But the children were not to blame and it was with heartfelt saorrow that one of the lookerson regarded the passing of that old time custom of quiet and respectful toolmvior at table once so well ob served so beautifully recognized In the days lang syne Fads and fancies of the present day and century have also much to do with childrensrightsThesefmpress- iondsts keep before the public these small 1 representatives of society an matters of fashion in pushing u IIDDOYUriSned Soil Impoverished soil like impoverished I blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyz log the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you f need a tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food and fat is the element lacking tin your system There is no fat food that is tso easily digested and assimi loted asIScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish mid strengthen the body when milk and cream jul to do it Scotts Emulsion Is always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from nnycause either in children nor adults We will send you a sample free Bo Riiro that this pic tare in tho form of a label is on 1110 wrapper of every bottle of Emul sion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- CIIB1l1S7S 409 Pearl St New York 50e and 100 All Druggists t tofoOT iIjlqo1 tr E1 ieilrI Of Smollmg Affected My Heart I So I Had To Sit UpI To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleepinnon the lelt side and smothering when the sufferer has to sit up in bed to breathe arc the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who lee and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Tills together with bathingetc I faithfully followed the given am pleased to say that cure is and permanent Before beginning the use of our remedies I was so nervous I couldnot keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time it stoppedbeatingcase I can cheerfully recommend Dr- Miles Heart Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or EUJAIIHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddreuDr forward through newspaper por- traitures the sayings the doinfB of Thomas Richard or Henry as the case might be as well nsjtbe coming or going of Elizabeth or Margaret or Mary A nn a = Maria the pretty accomplished laughter of Mrs So and So fromjthe city of SomewhereNo the children have rights and with those bequests of bandeddown generations also nerves present positive superla tive The shame of it Go into any department of childculture and watch the pathetic movement of eyes mouth hands and feet presenting a spectacle of serious possibility and probability The silent personality of the teacher can not with success persuade the element of nervous tension to as sume a similar condition of her peaceful assurance The minister has lost control over that unseen but stupendous force swaying the small lint vigorous body in the con gregation while tho body politic looks on and says What a ner vous child Just to watch its con volutions make me fool like falling all to pieces And tho poor little unfortunate kicks against the re monstrances of mother who in the end takes him home The pity of it There must be n reason for all these conditions of rights and wrongs an explanation for the ap parent neglect on the part of those who have control of children in the training of senseconditions of thoughtobservance of the correct usage of time money and expres sion One of these reasons is tho disregard of diet and eating Candy and all kinds of trash is at the pleasure of the child who will not eat breakfast with any degree of relish but rushes off to school with empty stomach as regards proper food and full of energy which soon develops into positive nOl vousness one child contam inating a room full of children and causing tho teacher woo and an guish of spirit Another cause for complaint is the question of clothes Shall the rights of children ho questioned on this allimportant matter and ouch little life bo circumscribed by the small allowance made for fuss and feathers Whoso is the fault Whon we remember that the child is father to the man and someday will bo his grandfather tits problem of rights grows to an alarming proportion limo prisons acre full of youth who wore permitted to attain manhood without proper regard for or respect of authority while tho role enla tories are crowded with unlllial and I unruly Inmates Tho orimo rests upon some one somo how some I where anti tho fault must bo con doned either by homo rule or legis lative laws Was that your son will did tho hazing net at college Was that your laughter who embarrassed the faculty as to whether she should J u ii ij 1 4 J vm a or should not bo excluded is this the word from examination and clinic homo without her diploma when you had spent so ntuoh money on hot education and expected bettor results Was that your brother who defaulted and your sister who perished for the proper amount of food and attention from her dissipated helpmeet All those shipwrecks arc but time oummon iloodtido of avenging wrath of human habits grown to abnormal proportions ti meiiaoo to the in dividual a danger signal to the community an avenue of crime to tho gates of loath Let the rights of the children be respected give them a place on time roll of progress where each tray carve out the lino of characterextension and bo subservient to every law of order and obedience Teach thorn at an early agesix weeks is nut too earlyto cultivate a quiot repose of manner at some time of day or night and to par take of food at regular intervals solid and substantial to listen attentively and with duo reverence when in the presence of older folks The slangy flippant manner of the present gumchewing fashion ill becomes a wellbred Kentucky boy or girl who have every reason to rejoice and cause for congratula tion that the State of their birth is renowned for refinement culture oldfashioned repose of manner and delightful home training in anti bellum days and there is no reason why the onildren of her childrens children shall not rise In the dignity of a consecrated Now Year and say By the help of God we will respect our rights N S COX January 190- 6DYING 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 friendsII When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss lId after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr King New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured are Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores price 50o and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free A NIGHT IN BOHEMIA The second rendition of the op eretta A Night In Bohemia given on Saturday night was if anything better given than that of ThursdayThere ns another big house of delighted people present It was as well rendered as any professional troupe could have done and far better than many of those on the road could have done We desire to congratulate the whole of the management and the performers upon their grand suc cuss PERFECTION ATTAINED Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and not dissipate her own resources Cathartics gripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowing the liver to assume normal activity Good for tho complexion W H Howell Houston Tex says For years I have used Little Early Riser Tills in my family No better pill can bo used for constipation Sold by J W Gayle NEW orsON DECK fine now county oillcors took charge on Monday as follows Judge Jas H Polsgrove ClorlX B Smith nJJolJ W Bridges Assessor W H Hawkins Sheriff R C Hioatt- Superintendent of SchoolsB R JonesCoronerL S Cirahnn- iSurvnyorC E James THE GOVERNORS MESSAGE Contrary to tho general expecta tion the Legislature oryaniod on Tuesday in time to havo tho Governors Message road on that day The message is a concise and well written document It deals almost altogether with State a Hairs Time recommendations are generally sound and for the Rood of the State With tho greater part of these recommendations we heartily agree It is a dignified and able paper it gives us pleasure to sayI 1 i i Pleasant to take Laxative f Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION j Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines Vegatable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers SpadesiCradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and WrenchesiI FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc f value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place G j JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky I Phones Ollcp Now 29 Old CO liwidunvu New JUJ Old urn Dr L T MfNISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours III in to 12 in 2 i ill to 5 p Ill 7pnr to 8 p in- Ofllco Main Street over BIUIuttII- IhlIitlullcl Yo 035 Totia Street Frankfort Ky Mm FOR SALET- IIORODUIIBREDr POULTRY BLANCHARD STRAIN Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels JlOO and up Single Comb White Leghorn Hens 100 each Thompson Strain Ringlets Barred IMyiuoth Rock Cockerels 300 and up AddressEUGENE L IIOGE 72m Frankfort Ky 11 t u otl 1 of somnera Hallway Shortest and Fastest Lines from I Lexington and Louisville l ro St Louis and the Vcstti h Two Trains Daily as follows Loiivo Lexington 510 a m Lou isvillo 000 a in Arrive St Louis ilii p in- Carrying vestihuled conches and CafoObsorvation Parlor Car Moals a changeLoavo StLevisCharCarswithout change Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave j wi I t lTho Famous Synko Song Qnartette and Dance in tho First Act of San Toy Tuesday January Dtb1 j SAN TOY COMING k This Delightfully Charming Comic Opera Comes to Capital Theatre NoxtiTues day Jan 0 Dainty tuneful and picturesque 048nn Toy will be seen hero next Tuesday evening January 9 trod 1 there is already an interest mani fest in its coming which insures it a rousing reception from playgoers for as the clover Chinese musical comedy will be offered here by Mr John C Fisher It will have the benefit of an exceptionally strong cast and in the mounting will pre sent stage pictures which for artis tic elegance have not been equalled in any previous production of musical comely The story of San Toy tells how Yen How a mandarin to save his daughter from the emperors harem rears her as a boy He succeeds in his deception until the girl San Toy falls in love with an English officer when the secret leaks out and the mandarin is or dered to appear at the Court of Pekin and bring the daughter with him Yen How is in great danger REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS t The following are the assignments of internal revenue store keepers gangers and storokreper gaugers fin the month of January as mode by Collector Roberts 1 Stoll C Co Lexington V F Croglmn lay A V Combs additional and bottling j T E Old ham meal room W T Sellers night A G Leonard anti H S Foreman gn1 ing 2 Kentucky River Distillery Farnkfort L Cox tiny 1 M Stevenson additional G I scearco additional j F D Clark Ranging5 8 H E Poguo Distillery Co Oscar Grigsby day 1 S Wallingford additional antii Frank Harting monll J1room P D Wells night II gauging 4 W A Gaines S Co Frankfort J E llanrahan day 1 G Hrawt nor additional j V A Hamilton E F Danwby adds addiItlonal MaysvilleFsti Iivne day It H Davenport additional j Homily Nowson addi tional J O Powoll bottling P S Rule meal loom Sr Harbor night W T Croxtlnviiito P 1I Parrish J A Fasten and H Sams gauging 10 Icacook Distilling Co Klsor I tOIlO L Hough dimly It D Gram uncut room Runjamin K Smith ing night W W Choriy xanu 14 O G White Co PurlsJ M Walker day J D Shy additional j 1 P Hutchoraft additional David Harp bottling n C Rorryman gauging 17 Olil McRrayor Distillery CoI Mt Htorllll J Kearns day I O hash additional and bottling H S Foreman gauging 211 H Rogers tC Co Maysvillo H G Holiday storekuopor gauger 82 E M Babbitt Versailles w W L Rakor lay C 11 Tn c additional anti bottling S D MI korton gauging 87 John Couhran C Co 1 k fort Ruoknor MoElroy lay 15 Waloutt additional and bott ig j 1 John Stophanskl gauging 415 1 10 Ioppor C Co jjiii L- lItonJ M Rurbridgo duii A Logan additional and blugj T H Shelby gauging of losing his head but San Toy captivates the emperor and very speedily becomes the favorite lady of his court For her sake the em peror spares her fathers life and also gives his consent lot her mar riage to the English soldier thus causing the final curtain to fall on as agreeable n climax as was ever designed for musical comedy It takes some time to tell thu pretty story in detail and there are moments when it looks as though it might be lost altogether in theI conglomeration of songs jokes dances and magnificent groupings that are introduced but everything is so tuneful graceful and generally diverting that no one who sits through the two acts would suggest any curtailment of the time re quired to tell time pretty story There are bits of San Toy which remind one of The Geisha and the Mikado but its on attractive features are so numerous no body has time to figure out the points in which it suggests the other plays Tho scorementiouedItwentysix InII 48 N T Inh1eO L i Osborn storekeeperganger i 50 1V1 Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeperganger 52 Labrot C Graham Frankfort 11 Berry day j H H kitbag tot additional ruin bottling S D I Pinkerton ganging 53 E H Taylor Jr l Son- sFrankfortL L Lomaster day j B F Fannin moal room J M Fraloy i additional J M Tanner bottling L F T Steele addi tional j Will Robinson night J W Black gauging 721 J Chambers Means J M Brown storekeeperganger STRONGAgain Lucy Stovallof Tilton taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds 0iof otherweak =women being stored perfect health edy YOU well take Indigestion causes nearly have deprives system nourish ment delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables stomach digestive organs digest assimilate whole that may eaten It nourishes body rebuilds weak organs restoring health strength Kodol indigestion constipation dyspepsia risings belching heartburn stomach disordersDigests What You Eat holde2y6 al the trlel or So cent du- t s what Mrs Ga said after are re to this rem may be if you will it all the sick ness that women It the of and the to and the and to and all of the some food bo the and the and cures sour and all Dollar lIoUle times mach by Prepared at the Laboratory of EODeWlt a co ChlcagoUsA f 1 Little Wives tho Moon SongI I Mean to Introduce it Into China Little China Maid Rhoda and Her Pagoda Chinee Sojer Man and a whole lot more The play is filled to repletion with solos duets quartettes and other I concerted numbers every one orI ellIIkeeping with the superiority of the east he has furnished Every cos tume used with the play is new the scenery is also fresh from the studios and in every little detail there has been the closest attention in order to got the best possible re snits San Toy ran for over two years in London to crowded houses and remained in New York for an en tire year Mr Fishers present plan is to present it on the road for the first few months of the season and then open in New York for another run during the winter In the cities that have already been visited tho play has made a tre mendous hit Time company num hers over fifty people including the famous Daly Theatre Chorus and dancers i7 Paris Distilling Co ParisJM Russell day N A Moore additional j C T Tbrookinorton addi bottlingDFrnnJdortIB Anderson day j A W JaWI additional and bottling F D Clark gauging 00 J N Blakemore Frankfort W D Ulandinir day F M Cisco nightCStompingGroundH ganger FrankIfortJMcConIhell lllItlonnlAdolphWAilsMurray gauging liy G T Stagg Co Frankort R Strauss lily J 11 Spiers addi tional G P MoCiinn meal room j T J Craig additional L R Diggs gaugingMUj Bon F Thorn berry storekeopergatmor 84H D O Williams Blaine E W Lane storekeeper gauger 5547 Conn C Garvin Jiimestone Roy Blankonshlp storekeoper gauiror lab Sparks t Cone OinlletJP Jtll1lwrBH Lines stone1 C Holbrook storekeeper ganger DistillingCostirekeoorganger Lexington Lexington lIIG LUXIiagtun1 Stoll kml Tho W J Smith Co 1 I1epper it Co R S Striderit gaugerIlrttifying J P NYilliams C N Wiard ganger WANTEDliy Chicago wholesale and mull ordor house assistant inn nngr man or woman for this ttlIhlllYSnlllweekly oxpoiHo money advanced perlnmuunltNuqnlrod Write at once for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddrossod envelopeCOOPER I I it CO 182 Lake St Chicago Ill 1812r I t 5rheThe Lexington Herald FOR 4 5OO PER YEARii paid in advance on or before January 15th 06 Regular Rates 6 Per Year m ASSOCIATED PRESS BFtJ82Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for OG r Daily Grain Produce and Livo Stock market re ports from all of the leading cities The most complete neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky r 4 AddressThe Hexingtton Herald Co Lexington KyeRoundabout and Herald for one year in advance 575 THANKFUL PEOPLE They Are Found in Every Part of Frankfort Many citizens of Frankfort have good reason to be thankful for bur dens lifted from aching backs which they bore patiently for years Scores tell about their experience publicly Heros a case of It Mrs Lou Johnson of 825 Todd Street says Off and on for a good many years T have suffered with a heavy dull aching pain over the kidneys and across the small of my back the pain running up my back becoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of the kidneys which pro duceJ an irregular scalding and excessive condition I was treated by doctors and it seemed as though medicine did not act on me My condition became so serious that I realized the necessity of some im mediate relief About this time a neighbor spoke so highly of Doans Kidney I could not be lieve but that they had some merit My daughter procured a box for me at J W store and after giving the remedy a good fair trial I can now conscientiously give my good recommendation and endorsement of what I consider a grand kidney remedy Doans Kid ney Pills certainly carry out tho claims made for them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BulTalo N Y sola agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no othe- rfilhikioft OiflollQt BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 e M A Mi l uf- M Nosa o54NoSaSUNDAY Arl u Jo 711 17 7 12 2 II 6 31 Elkhorn 11 11 7 06 2 lJ 6 Il 11 03 6 68 2 20 U te StampingGround 1U 63 6 48 2 set 6 59 Duvall 10 46 0 41 2 i U5 Johnson 10 40 6 85 2 4T1 f Georgetown 10 y 6 29 2 511 i 15I I C S Depot 5 11U 80 G 25 2 50 i New town II 8 54 0 07 Ceuterville 8 46 6 69 BOili SjI Elizabeth 8 42 5 Party Jnnctn t 8 3J 5 5I8 25 7 Ul Art ri f Lv 8 30 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q RcntuekrlCentralCon N- BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEORUKIOWN P1IJA Ml lA MPMI J 00 Id y1iLr Frankfort Ar 11 25 72i 3 25 Ari 10 801 6 25 Ii 10 10 151ArCinuutnati S 30l 4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT C CINCINNATI VIA PAIIIS AM IPM 11Ii7 15 I 51 Lv Ounrcetown Ar G 2J 7 M 8 ID Lv Pans 5 83 lU 30 ti 10 Ar Cinclmwtl Lvl 2 551 KENTUCKY CENTRAL K R POINTS Ta UuP 0 5lAL Fninktort A l2SA 720PI J 1JA A OoorBOtown 11 CIA fl2 P I 7111j rtA I A Paris LI b SOA 5 4P II liP III 4SA A XMniittfeter L 7 OKA 24iP 315PiJ 5A A MaVtvHlo L 5 45A11P- I mA CyuUiiuna 502P 7 2CP 12 Ml A Kiihmond 11j SOA IMP j UU 10 WlAiA CliHMiinntl LI 2 SIP OKOR HARPER C vrnAYU PrtmaiidUonl sum P A w INTERNAL 11EVKNUK COL LECTIONS SIv Deputy Collector Grant IJ Rob orts collected intornal revenue taxes for tho month of December as follows amB barrels j Ii lilt 2le- tax gallons amount of taxes t187 i S2 I 1NewCuba lreached in comfort via UUNCRSCEN1ROUTE AND SOUJItERNR THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Service January Stb 1906 TrainLeavoP K LEXINGTON 1140 P M DANVILLE 1240 A M Dining and Observation Cars for Jack ChAtttnoogallDd Florida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 830 A M LEXINGTON 1039 A M DANVILLE lllOO A U Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser JackzonileStvla Chattanooga Atlanta and Dinning Lam Queen Crescent Special DanlIIcand Ulrmlnghain also through Pullman t Service to Jacksonville via Ashcvlllo and Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale at reduced rates For Information apply Chas W ZclJ D P A Cincinnati H C King C P a T A Lexington Ky W 1 GARRETT W C RIIEiRSO General ArUCINCINNATI DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT F St Clair Flats a Port Huron By tht Magnificent Sttamtrt 7 of Line Leaving foot of Madison Street at otA M afterarrivalofmorningtrains R turning arrive Days8lor M Sundays noo PM to 750 4unlim ledround trlp rc Excursions ta Detroit and rrturn Week Days Si Sundays 750 Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only aooSmeals and berth extra Special Rater to SocietieslCose con nect inns at Detroit with steam eN for llutilo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write- C F BIEUIM TrVgr WH OOLDENDP 9PA DtTKOiT MICH TOLEDO 0 I CASTORIArl S For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I Boars the Siguaturof CG Y- t 4 tH oi fIf 4f fAti r fP7IIYlllr qns t rnr h J Ya414- xr Rte yr of All f1Z JI 1 of in us of be in If it If y FIARRIEB t the County Clerks Office on Sunday night Mr Jason Cruteher and Miss Sara Sudduth wore married by Rev L D Stucker SOUTH HEATON Announce ment Is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Lindsey South and Miss Fannie Heaton of Houston Texas Mr South is the talented and son of Rev J K P South and wife His Irlltoho is a handsome Texas girl The wed ding is to occur on Wednesday January New port Ky on Thursday January 4 Mr 7 Will Graham of this city and Miss Julia Jacobs of Switzer were married LAWLESS MEEKER In this city on Thursday Mr John J Lawless Jr and Miss A dole Meeker wero married by Rev Win Crowe of tho Southern Presbyte rian Church 4 OBITUARY nf The sad lentil of Mr Charley Hunter aged 87 who died of pneu monia on Friday December 29 1905 Tho death angel knocked scam at the door of Mr John Hunter nml called away his son He had been employed for somo time in the store of Bird Tutts as a helper and clerk His loath was duo to exposure of driving a wagon to Frankfort In bad weather as ho had pneumonia at this time last winter He was sick only the short time of seven days when tho end came Ho was unmarried and haul nlwa s Htt1 ed at homo with his luotuostandready to lend a helping to those that were sick or in distress He leaves a father and mother two brothers anti six sisters besides a largo circle of friends to mourn his death His body now sleeps Doneath the sod while his soul is resting in heaven with God A FRIEND r tl t iI iI lK J Addison Smith who will I conduct tho special services at the Southern Church Dr Smith comes to Frankfort with high as a man of marked ability and intense zeal in preaching tho gospel Ho is a by birth but we are told most of his ministerial life has been spent in Baltimore The meeting will begin next Monday There will be two services each day afternoon and evening Mr J S Weathers will cpnduct the singing The public is invited to attend tho meetings aADJOURNED UNTIL MONDAY In order to allow tho Speakers of tho two houses an opportunity to arrange their committees both houses of tho Legislature Thursday until Monday mbrnlng Siodoi Cure Digests what you eat ILLINOIS R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Dally Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Curs from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati anti Louisville south of Now Orleans The best road for reaching the Win of t 1tirifj l 11iiJ U EJ lXMAS PresentsCall Estate Heating Arizona Cook Ranges Chafing Dishes Soup Turines Berry Spoons Rogers Knives I and Forks Carving Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Vases Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos I Buggy Kindsp Oak Hardware Merchants Both Phones 307309 Main Sb TIE NEW YEAR Will find the same line reliable our store that has always been by You know where the best stock Diamonds Watches Jewelry Cut Glass Etc can found Frankfort you buy atSelberts IT IS I NI A SELBFIRT CRUTCHERSVDDUTH accomplished RisersI IRov Presbyterian commendations Kentuckian adjourned CENTRAL BulletLibrary Stoves Stoves cowER CO goods carried GOOD 1- 0GRAHAMJACOBSIll Dyspepsia ANNOUNOEMETS lor Tourist rosorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Grns at New Orleans February 27 00 Gulfport is n Mexican Gulf Coast resort having the now fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from Now Orleans for Mexico Ventral America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matte r in regard to tho aboveHavana 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 leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through II Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Lino St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California OallI I Raymond S Whltcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and I February 2id for Mexico and Call fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining oar service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Excur sions to California Excursion oars through to Los Angeles land San Francisco as follows Via New Or everyFridayday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omnlm and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above can be had of agents of connecthuglinesuiiderfeigncd JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin natiF W HARLOW D P A Louis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G1J Ar Memphis A H HANSON P T 11 ChicagoS16tAl Chicago l l Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD Fine Trains TO FLORIDAVI- ASOUTHERN I RAILWAY I AN- DQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE III Florida Limited leaving Iou isville 8 a m dally connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule I coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850- a in and Augustine 10 a m DiningenrI Florida Special leaving Louis ville 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louisville f to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car serves all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knoxville whore connection is made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashe vllle Columbia und Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May Blst are now on sale daily at low rates VAnTABLBlOURS Going via Ashvillo pond II Land of tho Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vice versa For tho Land of Sky Winter Homos other handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad dress any agent of tho Southern Ry or C H HUNGERFORD D P A KyGA G P A St Louis WO RINEARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Dec JiOt April J Dr Weavers Syrup ParlfleB the blood Cerate ointment for the skin THE PACIFIC COAST f Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific Coast or Puget Sound country during the porlod of low rates to Portland fund California points you should realize tho value of a few suggestions of how best to see includingJJnnffdian Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi tion City Americas virgin play ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta tho Mor won capitol Salt Lake City audits great dead son tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Motion Route Agent while in Louisville for his ofllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all 1iutBoth phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky a Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Baceeisf nl treatment for blood and skin diseases Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds tint end in consumption and death Watch tho NorwayPinl r I KILL I AND CURE I WITH THE I THE LUNGS I Or I I Discovery I J IFOR COUCH Kings New CONSUMPTION Price 50e 100vFreo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK rn Dr R P Buckmaster steopathic Physician Ollico at Mrs Win ODonnoHs 135 Main Street Will bo in oflico TUESDAY THURSDAY find SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 43tf I 1 f t iJ t N4 I 1 p n OUR GIGANTICtCLEARANCE SALEH BEGINS SATURDAY DEC30eI I Every season before taking Invoice we lend all our energies to making an absolute Clearance Stile of ALL WINTER GOODS Everyone I should take advantage of these Bargains while they last Lace Curtains that sold for 175 now 115 Blankets that sold for 450 now 319 FJannellettes that sold for lOc now 7yC Outing Cloths that sold for 19c now 8c Silkolines for Comforts that sold for 12ic and 15c now 9c if to r JOHNSON cQSURPRISE FOR FLOCK Rev Dr J MoClusky Blayne signs faro of First Presbyterian Church On Sunday morning last at the conclu in of the service Buy Dr J McClusky Blnyney the pastor rend a stfement to the congroga tion giviiu n history of the church in brief fog ho last twentytwo years nod at its conclusion stated that he had placed his resignation in tho hands of tho Session Tho action of Dr Blnyney came like a clap of thunder out of a clear sky to the congregation and when the audience left the house it was more like withdrawing from a fune ral than a regular Sunday service Dr Blayney will withdraw from tho active work of the ministry after a long and successful career He carries with him into retire ment tho respect confidence and love of a wide circle of friends and admirersWe below the statement read by Dr Blayney To the Congregation of the First Presbyterian Church Twentytwo yeas ago today the first sermon of the present pastor ato was preached in this pulpit Too occasion furnisheH a fitting time for some reflections retrospec tive and prospective Coining as a passing visitor to tho city during tho holidays of 1883 I found that this church had boon without a pastor for two years was disorgan ized and discouraged and facing division At tho earnest solicita tion of the Session I agreed to act for tho time being as a supply which resulted in my settlement as pastor the following spring of 1884 In looking over the records of the church I Hud that some of the most men of our whole de I nomination in the past have served as pastors here and noted revival ists have at tines hold special ser vices resulting in largo accessions to tho membership The torm of service of the min isters in the past has boon short Taking all pastors and supplies from the orgnni1ntion of the church to the beginning of the present pas torato tho term of service for eachI average 47 years The additions to tho church under the principal pastorates average por year as follows Rev Dr Eli Smith 54 per year Dr John T Edgar 208 Dr Daniel Baker 2J Dr J J Bullock 153 J Dr Stuart Robinson 194 Dr B T Lacy 172 Tr John S Hays 211 Dr John H Nusbit 102 Dr J W Pu hIHi During tho present pastorate tho additions have boon lili7ovcr HO pot your for tho twentytwo years Taking tho equal period Imme diately proooding the additions avoragod 154 por your lime addi tions for tho last live years have been larger that any previous five years in tho history of tho church excepting tho period of the Mills meetings which was a community movement Tho church member ship now is moro than doublo what it wits at tho beginning of time pres ent pastorate During tho past twontytwo years tho church has raised for all pur poses lHl2r 8 about onethird of vhlch wads for benevolent objects f itBido our own ohtuv During J the preceding twentytwo years it raised for all purposes 53124 The amount raised for all purposes the last five years was 80214 tho most over raised in an equal period In tho history of the church excepting a few years ago when extraor dinary funds were collected to pay- n d obt These statistics are significant and of public interest as throwing light on the mooted question of the comparative merits of the long pastorate and regular church or dinances or frequent changes and spasmodic efforts Time enlarged efficiency of tho work of this church tho past twentytwo years has been tho outcome of the ordinary services and most pulpit methods On two occasions in recent years some o the most highly recommended revivalists have been scoured but their efforts proved fruitless The work that this church has I accomplished the past twentytwo years has been done under unfavor able circumstances There have I been unusual political upheavals and great public agitations absorb ing the attention of the community I and ing engendering bitterness of fool Then thero has been our own de nominational differences resulting in two Presbyterian churches dividing the Incoming Presbyterian population and narrowing tho field for work Had thoro been but one organization of our denomina tion hero tho past twenty years with affiliation either North or South it is safe to say it would I havo been at the present time one of the largest anti most influential in tho State Divided into two vamps Presbyterianism in the cap I ital city of Kentucky is heavily handicapped I have not a word T IATrite Saying trlto saying that no man is stronger than his stomach Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery strengthens tho stomach It in shape to make andIney troubles If you take this naturalI blood purifier and tonic you will assist your system in manufacturing each day I a pint of rich red blood that is invigo rating w tho bruin and nerves Tho weak nervous rundown debilitatedI condition which so many people suffer from Is usually the effect of poisons In tho blood It is often Indicated by pimples or bolls appearing on tho skin becomes thin and tho feelings It blue Dr 1Iorcos Discovery cure all blood humors as well as being a tonic that makes one vigorous strong and forceful It Is tho medicine put for sale thatIhabit formhl and tho only one every Ingredient of which has tho sional endorsement of time leading medical writers of this country Some of these endorsements arc llld In a little medicalIletter or postal curd addressed to Or It- I V lerce Buffalo N Y It tills just what Dr IMercos medicines are made of The Words of 1ralso for time several I ingredients of which Dr IMerces medi clues am composed by leaders in all tin several schools of medical practice and recommending them for the cure of the diseases for which tho lolden Medical Discovery Is advised should have far more weight with the sick and allllcted than amount of time socalled testi umspicummsiyIluuutedbefuroI are composed bo known liver In mind that the Oul men Medical Discovery has Tutu HAIKU OK IIOXKHTV on bottle wrapper In r full list of its Ingredients Dr IMercos Pleasant Pellets cure con reghateDr IMercos great thousandpage illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser will bo seat free paperbound for 21 ono StI1WlISA are a few of our Bargains to you some idea what our Cut Prices are and Look even you dont want buy E Z7 distinguished ohurchI These only give Come of criticism for local conditions They are as naturally they may be expected to be so long as division continues in the Church at large The same evil exists throughout all the border States which if re moved would release whole Pres boY terlos and Synods of men and the money to sustain them to go forward and supply tho destitute places in our ownand other lands Such a waste of ministerial forces and church funds is a crime against the Great Head of the Church is alien to the spirit of the times and culls mightily for remedy- I desire to express my profound appreciation of the uniform cour tesy and cordiality with which the people of this church without ex ception have trroated mo all these years It would be too much to assume that there have not been differences of opinions judgments and preferences In the meetings of the session and of the congrega tion I can not recall that there has been a divided vote in time whole twent two years This is a re markable record and constitutes a high testimonial to tho harmony charity and Christian culture of this people It goes without saying that a voice that hiss been heard several times a week for twentytwo years must become a very old song and people who have patiently listened to it so long mummy well bo considered as entitled to relief In view of the healthful condition of the church at tho present time as shown by all the tests of official figures it does not seem likely that a more favorable time can bo expected in which to make a chango of pastoral relation- I therefore do now put into the hands of the Session my resigna tion of the pastorate of this church The resignation is absolute only conditional as to the time when it shall go into effect I am under no bonds to any one but to Prosbytory It is my intention to withdraw from the active work of tho ministry It would be agreeable to me to be promptly released but if it may bo thought unwise to leave the pulpit vacant during tho winter I only ask that Session take shallI to have a congregational called some time before tho I mooting of Presbytery to join in I this request for the dissolution of the pastoral relation at that time Meanwhile the pulpit will bo at the service of tho Session to invite mummy one they may wish to hoar to occupy it Signed J MaCLVSKY BLAYNEY Impossible to forusuo an aooldont Not Impossible to bo prepared for it Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil Monarch over pain s m PHOIOIEDi 1ieI R Catott of time Princeton Louder Princeton who was nit attache of tho Sonato four years airo was raised a pug or two this time b spouial resolution being elected Hill Clork having inI olmrgo all tho bills printod for tho Sonata This simplifies matters as heretofore thorn was divided re sponsibility and as a ounsuqiiHnue it way hard to keep truck of the I billsMr Catlott is a clover and accom modati g gentleman and wo con grat i 10 hits upon his promotion w PLANKS UP THE CASH Col Davie of the L N B R Co came here on Wednesday and went to the Express Cos office and took out two money packages om containing 18ioO and time other 12500 Tho larger one he delivered to the heirs of the late Mr L robin being the price agreed upon for tho Saratoga Restaurant and tho Howser Saloon on Ann street The other was tendered to the representative of the Sullivan heirs After the rejection of the tender Col Davit delivered the money to the proper officer of tho Franklin Circuit Court and a request made fur a commissioners deed to the property as allowed by law The proper deed was made to the L NR R by tho Tobin heirs Work will at once be begun upon the new depot of tho railroad company Of course the occupants of the buildings will be allowed n suitablo time in which to vacate the property purchased by tho company doerpot The soothing and comforting I effects of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to piles sores cuts boils etc subdues pain I almost instantly This salve draws out tho inflammation swelling anti acts as a thus circulating time blood rlucesI the diseased parts Hiding nature to p move tho trouble entirely Sold by J W Gayle I LITTLE GIRL SHOT A little girl by the name of Liz tie Conway daughter of Mr Bon Conway of the Vest Side pulled open a drawer in a dresser on iVednosday and drew out some clothing on which a revolver was lying When the gun struck tio floor it exploded shouting the little one just under the eye the ball lodging in tho neck Drs Minish and Goodrich were called and dressed the wound which is a serious one sOne Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug md It has beon curing Coughs Colds Croup nUll Whooping Cough so lung that it has proven itself to jo a tried and true friend to the n any who used it Sold by J W GayleGENERAL MEElIXGSI WOMENS TLUB The monthly meeting of the Gun unit Club will be on Monday Jaunt iry S at huH past throe oclock Under the auspiees of tho Art Department a lecture on Catho Irals illustrated by stereopticon dews will bo given by Dr P nI Hudson on Friday January 12 at S oclock p m III time Christian LMnueh Tho public invited to tiw0 million Americans suttee tho torturing pans of dyspepsia No need to Himlotk Blond Bitters euros At mummy drug store a o l OS1- A string of mediumsued gold heads supposed to bo lost between Miss Lanes on Broad waystreet and Mrs OHaras Main street South Side Suitable reward to tinder by leaving at this office Jany 51 1 LETTER LIST Tho following Is the 1st of litters to be advertised for the week end ing Saturday January 6 1906- i Adler H S Ashurst W W Bloomberg E L Bradley H B Clark Lander Cook T uoy- Uordner A C Cox J A- Davidson G N Davis B T Finn A- Fraier Bessie Garton Jucloll Gowin Ida- HolIIngsworth Mrs M James Geo N Johnson N C Long Russell I Maher Louis S Moirs Geo E Nooe James D Oliver Fred J Plonto Dee Roark Prof R N Small wood Anderson 2 Stephens E L Waggoner J H Ward Mrs D1Warner Wm H Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised E M DRANE P M- g4 genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures u cold In one day u New Fast TrainT- OColorado I UTAH A ITHE I PACIFIC COAST iIlnl lltsSunday May 19 Thu now train a m dully TIll evenlni trains to sumo points 1010 p ni dully Double dullY service Through sleeping car service for SanFrnn see Excursion tickets now on stile For further information call on or address H T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky H C ToWNSEND Gen Pass Tickit Ant St Louts Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCr TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ict Anyone cnutn n sketch and deacrlntlonniaj tjnlekl ascertain our opinion free ur liivtMitiW la iri rnbly I tinntrictiyconuiloimnl HANDBOOK on Intcuta sent free Oldest fur bccurui patents Iatouu taken through Mum t Co receive tptctulnotlct without charge In tho Scientific American- A handsomely illustrated weekly LnrecAt cir culation of any eclciitlUo Journal Terms 73 K year four months ft Sold by nil newsdeale- rsMUNN8Co361BroadwI New York Branch unico C25 F St Washington D C ht iliIt 411i1 KINGS DAUGHTERS HOS PITA L The following donations wets re ceived during the months of No vember and December for the Kings Daughters Hospital Five table covers Mrs Price of North Carolina two pitchers HISS West felt of North Caorlina live pounds loaf sugar Mrs Buckley buttermilk Mrs John Gray but termilk Miss Jennio Oraik two pillows Mrs John Miles rabbit Mrs Frank Gray table covert hiss Christine Reynolds clothes for Blankonship children Margaret Frazier Lawlor Half and Brownie Roberts basket of grapes Mrsi Gray McLean 20 pounds of breakfast bacon Mrs J Slett three maple trees1 W Darnell r0 towels one doen pillow slips Needle Work Guild one jar preserves Mrs Kidd one roller desk for onice one bedside table Mrs Wil llam Lindecy pillow Mrs liuford Htiiulrlck two caps and gowns for operating room Mrs John South preserves Mrs Kidd buttermilk Mrs Stephen Black one and a halt bushel of potatoes Mrs Crom wolf canned goods preserves and provisions city school Thariks civing basket Mrs William Hiad lay turkey Mrs Buford Hendrick roast Mrs Sim Shy gallon of whisky Mi Anon Abbott potatoes Mr Noonaii apples Mrs Memmon un stove Miss Elia beth Pepper two down pillows and covers Mrs Edmund Rodman buttermilk sausages and spareribs Mrs Stephen Black sausage Mrs Leo Owen two ferns Mrs Ison one backrest Miss White mill Mrs Mac VanDervoei Little Colds neglected thou sands of lives sacrificed every year lr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too down to the very verge of con sumptionFIRE MON DA Y MORNING An alarm from No a called the fire boys to tho Violett building Monday morning whore an iron hearth in the otllco of Messrs p Greene VanWinkle had set fire to tho woodwork It was extin r guished with a loss of some 50 rTHE DIAMOND CURE ti The latest news from Paris is 7 that they have discovered a dia mond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Van leer Penn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and eilected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At all Druggists Price 50o and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS- Mr j L H Finnell has purchased n cottage on East Main street from the estate of the late Mr Pat Newman Price private Mr Win Botkin has purchased frcm Mr E W Armstrong and Mr iA W G Armstrong a farm on Big Benson containing 18416 acres for 1360508 Mr R L Kirk has purchased from the same parties 0007 acres on Big Benson for 141003 Mr J W R Williams has sold his handsome residence on the cor ner of Third and Conway streets to Mr A C VanWinkle Consid oration private This is one of the handsomest of tho many new residences recently erected on that pretty avenue ALWAYS INCREASES THE STRE- NGTHfA reasonable amount of food 1 hl digested and properly assimilated will always increase the strength If your stomach Is a y littlo off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you oat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue building blood Kudol relieves sour stomach belching heartburn a and all forms of indigestion Pal atable and strengthening Sold by J W Oitlu- HOWARD CASK AFFIRMED In the U S Supreme Court on Tuesday Justice McKonna handed down a decision in the appeal of James B Howard accusod of tho assassination of Senator Goobol in which that court held that there was no violation of tho 14th amend ment to thu Constitution n the cir oust court discharging juror J C Alexander alter ho had been ac cepted thus nflrHl lug the life son tance of Howard CIRCUIT COURT Judge Robt h Stout called the January terns of circuit court to order on Monday morning Ills charge to tho grand jury was searching and straight from tho shoulder If heeded it should bo productive of much good The following gentlemen compose the grand jury A W Leitch fore man W T Eubanks C W Stan tlevillo R 11 Kirk W T Sacra David Moore Thos Black 1 H Thomson W T Wash alas P Ep lar F C Hutchison Tho following gentlemen compose the petit juries Jury No 1 Walker Quire Cole man Carr Wade Triplett W A Powers Howard Bailey Milton Arnold Wyatt Phillips Jesse Rid dell George Con way W B George Robert Hariod Elsie Tracey Jury No 2 Edward Sheets James Roberts James Smith Elias Barbour G W Hoover Austin Robinson Robert Howe Ed Ba coil John Newman Saul Cogswell S M Shields Sam A Parrent o4 I N DIG ESTION VERCOME 3 Indigestion is easily overcome by tho use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you out and gives the stomach a rest allows It to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indigestion belching of pin sour stomach heartburn do and fumbles the digestive organs to transform all foods iito the kind of rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by 11V Gnylu ec A SPLENDID ADDRESS The address of Col Geo W Rain of Lexington at the Opera House on Sunday afternoon was a splendid piece of pathos and oratory Ho took as his theme What J Would Do If I Had My Life to Live Over Again IICol Bain was at his best and the largo crowd of men present were simply delighted with his delineation of his past life and his statement of what ho would do- ha he a chance to live his life over again A BAD SCARE Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your appendilitlsSafetLift Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness oostivoness etc Guaranteed at all druggists only 25c Try them IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the following changes in time of Southern R cffeotfoNo at 780 a m will depart at 8 a in No 0 now leaving Louisville at 850 p in will depart at 880 p in i No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 610 a in will depart at 545 a 1m i No 2 now leaving Lexington at depart at 5 in- CorresponJinc changes will be made at local stations and passengers intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 OaSTOnXABean You Hare Always Bought W of M thet2t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 9 p m except 11 a m 111118 p in everyhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p ilL Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a m to 11 p in except 11 a1111 8 and 10 p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from aa m to 10 p in except 10n m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 currying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p m Leaves Georgetown at 10u m Loaves Lexington for Paris at 1135a 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 ho hud on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streotI1 Homo Phone 1274 It T GUILE Manager tf x 4 Ii I cOp THY IMUHKKT- YElRNEI Thn country store of Mr 11- Market at Klnioro four miles out Ion tho Ltivromu hiir pile caught Iro on Friday night last anti to gether with the dwelling house was totally destroyed Air Market has only purchased the properly a fow months ago having onto hero from Iondlcton county The origin of the lire Is supposed to ho from a defective Hue Tho lass amounted to several thousand dollars KENT HER DOUBLE I know no one for four weeks whoa 1 was sick with typhoid ami kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of IMttshun PId when I lot hotter although J had gutIt my hands on my know when 1 walked From this terrible alllic tion I was rescued by Kleotriu Bitters which restored myhoalih and strenirth laid now I can walk as straight as ever They lire simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach II VIM and kidney diM ders At all druggists 1rlco Oc oo o SERIOUS ACCIDENT On Saturday last Mr John E Miles the Hour merchant was so unfortunate as to have a pile of sacked flour fall on him while along in his stoio pinning him to the floor Ho was found shortly after wards and extricated 110111 his dan gerous position Surgeons wore called who hind Mr Miles taken to the Kirgs Daughters Hospital whore it was found that his right hip was dislocated It was feared at first that his leg was broken The dislocation was reduced and ho is doing as well as could bo ox pected for one of his ago ijl years Mrs Miles had only a few lays before gone to Florida for tho ben efit of her health which is poor The sympathy of many friends is felt for Mr Miles in his trouble I CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can takingGormanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that consumptlvetherofind regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c i regular size 75c At all druggists 1 vr Only Taking Cold Was the way the boy ex plained when he was caught stealing ice There are a good many people taking cold in the proper sense in these days If colds are neglected the result will perhaps be serious throat or lung trouble A STITCH IN TIME Dont take chances Its so easy to cure a cold or cough in the start anti so hard to cure when deeply seated We want to urge you to keep a bottle of- Gnyles White Pine Ex pectorant in tho house Its a remedy that can always be depended on lor the cure of coughs and colds Price 25cents I W1 GAYLE I DruggistICorner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky I I ik J i r II similating ArcgctablcPrcparalionforAs iheToodatidRcgula 11 I ling Ill Stomachs ancLBowels oT I PromotesDigcslionChcerful nessandRestContains neither OpmmMorphimJ nor Mineral I NOT NARCOTIC III tb rpc a oldJ1rS iiZ22 P1T2lF2 lRotItfl I IjllnnJwl kWormsConvulsionsFcvcrishi ness OF i Tac I ICEXACT COYOF WRACPER AND TABLE No2I IPM 225 810 856 418 485 440 511 810 1 21 27 No 4 lEX Sun 14I LeaveI n 8 023 954 1008 1029 1180 I I 7 44 57 62i0 94 I CENTAUR COMPANY 1905 Leave I I I Lexington Wlnclllllter Stanton Clay City Natural Hrldge I u tf ME OCT Dally 120 Trains No and Sunday buimny Trains imuko connection nt 0 K Junction for points on the O Train connect at L E Junction the O 8 O Ry ny for Sterling Trains No connect at Beattyvillo Junction the L A Ry Beattyviller station R BARB CHARLES SCOTT General G P A OHIO AND 18 No 84 DallyEx A M I I 880 No 22 tllyEx PM Lye 285 2110 158 152 128 105 Stations Jackson Junction Wilhurst Hampton Leo City Helvchawa Cannel City No21 connection Junction for Lexington Eastern CONLEY SOLID MEANS Free Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville and St COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS KATES THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST If you trip or change of location in the future Got tho Henderson Route Habit1 It is comfortable lino mid comfortable in traveling is always good habit to acquire give us of naming rates tho train service free chair oars and the WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT H L J IRWIN Trav Pass AfH Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON nOUlEI CATORIAIo1 I jl The Kind You Have itAlways Bears the Signatureof s vr t LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER EFFEC1IVE EASTBOUND WESTBOUND StlloI BeattyvilloJuntioTacksotn I O K n a r MCIy r 1 Mls 0 20 40 44 57 111 04 i0 8808aI 400 518 545 fiI l t tofI f 1 i l THE NEW YORK CITY No1 Dally Ex Send AM Ar 1010 1123 8 7- R21 8111 747a NoS- I DailyEx I PM I t I 235 H 4 daily except other tmins 8 close K 1 3 with ilt 8 4 with for rand local J Manager KENTUCKY RAILWAY o 9801 Wo 510 No aj- Dally Ex Sund P M Ar 1120 1126 1162 1168 122 1245 Ar I 805 520 489 480 401 I 847 Nos and Ry Nos and and Mls Lye I 1W 18 21 27 and 22 will make close at O K with Nos and 4 points on tho and L Superintendent TRAVEL COMFORT INI Henderson Route Reclining Kentucky Points Louis TO contemplate a near tho a train At least tho opportunity you have equipment tho the rates J GALLAGHER LOUISVILLE ixr You Always Boo ht- aCASTORIA No53I IAMArI 17 The Kins Have p o r 8 RailwayM TIle Queen and CrescentRoute 1 A Shortest Route j a- rAN- DQuickest 4 Sctie ulathe t r BETWEEN irJA GEORGETOWN j CINCINNATICITATTANOO TM i z A T LAN T A- BIRIIINGIIAM i5 S II R E V E PORT C NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter GaE JLAHKE i- 1 P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky