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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 141j THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKUMS 100 In Advance J- 1GEO J XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 20 I9C6 NO 20 14 HALF PRICE- i On ChristmasGoods L I Today prices on what is left of Christmas iCuty ToysMedallionsJt In fact everything included in the sample purchase will be just onehalf usual retail pricesaway below cost of manufacture Many beautiful gifts are still herethese prices will bring to a big end the largest sale of Christmas goods ever known in Central Kentucky These prices apply only on the special Christmas purchase things we can not afford to carry over not in regular stockof Clothing Furnishing Goods and Shoes R K McCLURE SON KYtWritten for tho Roundabout WOMANS CLUBS This charming far has como to bo regarded among commonsensed persons ns a very valuable adjunct to practical methods of weekly Vin social diversification In Texas a r womans club must be chartered and fedoraled both State and Naj44 tional Some feature of education must be included in the curriculum and a measure of philanthropy must also be outlined to aid as well k as assist tho literary feature of the 4 endeavor III Kentucky tho solid and superior foundation of this modern kk cult Is emphasized with surprising forcibleness in tho remarkable writeup of such institution in tho progressive sister city of Louisville the statistics show a wonderful growth of womans power in tho knowledge of rules both parlia mentary and ethical as well as tho clear and pronounced logical reasoning of questions relating to the welfare of the social status of women in general and tho fem inine population in particular Henry Ibsen tolls us that the two loading social tendencies of tho present ago are tho labor ques tion and tho It woman question Tho former must bo solved by a series of progressive institutions called experimental while tho lat tor has already found the true oxogosis in tho womans clubs which may bo traced back full fifty years to tho sowing circle and Margaret Fullers classes in Bos q ton Women have been socialistic for Imuprovei society and elnoo their work has always concerned the sterner sox Ii as much as the weaker and hems boon helped or hindered by them thoJmoiOithcro has always boon and will continue to bo a womans question1 But In this day of mon tal progress anti psychic research tho old and the now woman have experienced and evinced a spirit of courage experience and freedom J ut onoo to bo encouraged admired and sustained Thus we discover that tho newt ago has become the womans age and no man line the courage to ask II How old it is L f I nut it hascomo to stay A body politic upon tho stage of an active aggressiveness earnestness of pur pose being evidenced in business like methods parliamentary usage and tho basic principles of organ ization and conservative concentra I tion The club has enlarged the heart of motherhood as it has strengthened the bond of sisterhood in cooporativo interest of com munity and social evolution It has emphasized tho spiritual necessity for a sympathetic Kin dredship The elevation of loftier aims and greater happiness the life of usefulness for the existence of today and tho days that are to cone A noble aim faithfully kept is a noble deodnnd whether a club shall follow tho paths of peaceful literature or a philan thropic duty to city county or State its progress must be destined upward and onward A gentleman told mo yesterday that tho women of Frankfort must become n unit in tho questions of civil civic and educational factor ing to be undertaken in tho near futureIt tho Womans Club to encourage this growth from every artistic and altruistic point of view for tho cultivation of beauty in cleanliness order and government is not a new thought but will become a powerful giant in tho moral influence of a community interest in realms of labor statics With tho increase of educational superiority in morals and methods with tho cultivation of endowment funds for an industrial growth honors will rest lightly upon tho eilorts of the womans clubs N S COX January 16 1900 =ateDYING OF FAMINE Is in Its torments like dying of consumption Tho progress of con sumption from tho beginning to the very end Is a lung torturo both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying dllleront medi cines and a good doctor in vain I at lust took Dr King Now Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured wo Prompt relief and sure euro for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at all drug stores BOo and 100 a bottle Trial bottlo free I A iol uu KENTUCKY HOME COMING WEEK Outline of the Program of Big Event in Louisville Next June ComingWeokwhen one hundred thousand former Kentuckians are expected to go rapidly The first day Wednesday Juno 13 will be known as Reception and Welcome Day j the second Juno 14 as Foster Day j the third June 15 as Daniel Boone Day j tho fourth Juno 16 as Greater Kentucky Day anti tho fifth Sunday June 15 as Until Wo Meet Again The address of welcome is to bo delivered by Henry Wattnrson and responded to by David R Francis of Missouri Others on the program are Wm Lindsay John G Carlisle John M Harlan limos T Crittenden Adlai E Stevenson etc There will bo a civic and military parade on the first day and every county in tine State will establish headquarters in the now Armory which Is tho second largest build UllitodIthoInuthorHome Including tho unveiling of a statue of Foster which will later bo cast in bronze anti placed in time now Capitol at Frankfort Daniel Boono Day will bo one of the font mires of tho week during which there will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskings and old fashioned dances limo Comllloruiu- lJIub has offered a handsome medal to tho person present on Daniel Boone Day who can prove tho closest relationship to tho groat pionnor On Greater Kentucky camptlrosthe opportunity to tell how JellI tuckians have helped make other havinJtlivedpulpitsIIIKentuultiansCounnereialClub KENTUCJKIANS TO HONOR FOSTERS MEMORY The second day of Homo Com J I ing Week foi Konluukians in Lou isvlllo Tuno la to 17 will bo known as Foster Day when a statue of tho author of My Old Kentucky Homo will bo unveiled The money to pay for this statue is being contributid by tho school children of Kentucky limo children of tho Louisville public schools have already contributed several hundred dollars Prof Jas H Fuqua Sr State Superintend ent of Public Instruction has issued a lettor to all city and county superintendents urginir thorn to urge the teachers in their jurisdictions to explain tho plan to their pupils and take up collections If every school in tho State will raise only a few dollars thoro will bo enough money on hand to pay for tho statue which will cost about 6000FORMER KENTUCKIANS GOING BACK HOME flue Louisville Commercial Club is receiving dally hundreds of nines of former Kontutl inns residing in other States and in differ ent countries who request that in vitations be sent them to II Homo Coming Week in Louisville rune 13 to 17 lime Commercial Club undor whose auspices the event will be given has already received several thousand nines covering every Stato and Territory in this Union and thirteen foreign coun tries Tho Commercial Club in vites all Kentuckians to send it the names and addresses of any friends or relatives who now reside olsn where These names should bo forwarded at once to R E Hughes Secretary Louisville KENTUCKY HOME COMING WEEK NEWS NOTES It is believed that the railroads will grant a rate of one faro for the round trip from all parts of tho United States to Louisville on ac count of II Homo Corning Week for all Kentuckians June 13 to 17 The It Homo Coming Week Com mittee in Louisville is arranging the following awards A medal to tho former Kentuckian present who comes the greatest distance a medal to the former Kentuckian present who has lived longest out side tho State without having returned j a medal to the former Ken tuckian present who left the State at tho tenderest age a medal to tho former Kentuckian present who left the State at the most advanced ageThere will probably bo in effect after Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to 17 a rate of ono cent per mile for former Ken tuckians who attend tho It Homo Coming Week ceremonies and wish to visit friends and relatives out in the Stare- Governor J C W Beckham hums been asked by tho Homo Comiiij Week Committee to appoint a commissioner for overt county in tho Stato to officially represent time counties during It Homo Coming Week in Louisville These com missioners will bo in charge of tho various county headquarters where county registers to enroll tho names Opl1I0dI shows Ken States Tho Louisville Commercial Club wants to got tho names maid ad dresses of as many of those former Kentuckians as possible and any lone having friends or relatives who have moved from the State will confer a favor upon tho Club by sending the names to R E Hughes Secretary Louisville Dont lot little ones suffer from eczema or other torturing skin diseases No need for it Downs Ointment cures Cant harm the drumio FINAL ELECTION Judgo limns H Payntor was finally elected U S Senator to rfuooood Senator Blackburn on Tuesday last and the joint assembly so proclaimed on Wednesday Thus the matter is finally clinched rid TTHA CLEAN SWEEP IJOf all Suits Skirts Cloaks Furs and Shirtwaists We mustMake Room For our immense stock of Spring goods which is beginning to ar rive daily We have no room in our store for left over stocks so all Suits Skirts Furs and Cloaks are Doomed to Go They all have the mark none are reserved If you are not al ready supplied this is your- OpDortunity to get some gen uine bargains 5SKIRTS F- OR33so + 7i0 Skirts 00j- SSSO s Skirts SG98- SI 2 00 Skirts SSoO Onehalf price on all Furs and Childrens FurSets Half price on chil drens Cloaks 31 Corset for 40c Big bargains in kpantssee what you can saver G KAGiH BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge I iWi WAr 1ItfIJ4 ii lIUllll1n J o 3 i I 1 BBBBBB BBeBBsBBBBBBBBB BBjjj j3 B BBBBB j3B3B BB I 1 BIG CLEARANCE SALE f Our great winter side is going on and will last ten days This means ti donning out of all winter goods Vool Dress Goods Outing Cloth Flannelettes Blankets Com forts Silk Waists Furs Cloaks Dress Skirts Tailored Suits Underwear Wool and Fleeced Hosiery Odds and Ends of Corsets Muslin Underwear and hundreds of descriptionc IICHARLES WEITZEL FRANKF0RT lItClaClQt1CcrqcraQ laaClQtlt1altatlaQaJCfaC1a FaaaCf Ii arspem PERSONAL t Judge M 1 Moss of Pineville was hero this week Mr Joe LeCompto of Lexington was in the city Sunday Judge Albert S Kerry of New port was hero this week Col Geo G Fetter of Louis vine was here Thursday Hon John H Welch of N Icholas ville was hero Thursday Judge E E McKay of Bards town was here this week Mr R A Jackson of Williams burg was in the city Tuesday Judge B N Gordon of Madison ville was in the city this week Mr A J Campbell of Lexing ton was in the city on Monday Capt E M Drone returned from Washington City on Sunday night Judge H C Faulkner of Bar bourville was in the city this week Prof H H Cherry of Bowling Groan was in the city this week Mr Geo H Stehlin has gone toI i Grand Rapids lich on a business trip Miss Cordie Tellers has returned relatives in Louis from a visit to ville Mr H G pattern and daughter Miss Irene spent Sunday in Louisville Mrs r T West is visiting her daughter Mrs R1 Bergman in 1 I T Vest has gone on a rlbusiness trip to McKee Jackson Judge W H Holt of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals ThursdayMiss of Jetts was the guest Scott this week- Rev E L McCreatly of Louis ville wits in the city several days this week Miss Belle Clay of Paris is the of Mrs L P Tailton at Fleetwoodr J Stout of Louisville is the guest of her sister Miss Cor die Jotters Mr Waller Rhodes former Sher ill of Fayotte county was hero on WednesdayJudge e DuRelle of Louis ville was in the city this week on legal business Y Dr M H Yeaman und wife of Lakeland were guests of Dr J W Hill this week Mr Hubbard Schwartz Circuit Clerk of Campbell county was in y the city Monday We regret to learn thatMrs Lucy Evans had a second stroke of para ysis on Tuesday Misses Nannie and French Black ley of Pewoo Valley are guests of Miss Tissio liege Miss Nottio Walcutt of Lake- land was the guest of Mrs H S Keller this week Miss Emily Thomas who has been visiting Miss Clay in Paris has returned home Mrs Wm M Sailell has returned from a visit to her sister Miss Lucy Bush at Louisville Mr Geo B Salomlor and wife and Miss Ready visited liiends in Louisville this week Miss Mary Woodson Dickorson of Lexington wits the guest of Miss Amy Lyons this week f Miss Julia Elliott of Owingsville is the guest of Miss Nina Hazel rlgg Washington street Miss Luoilo Samuels who has been visiting relatives in Louis- vIlle has returned home iiJiJiJaJI K1wi U +J Y7Jitirltr J i I dtiSief b = = ITifS Roland of Danville who- has been tho guest of Miss Alice Farmer has returned house Mr Morton L Bailey wife and son loft Tuesday for California to make his homo at San Diego Mr J B Lewis of this ottice 1111Ueoburg is the guest of her son Mr J Morgan Chinn South Side Col Times G Stuart of Winches ter was tho guest of his brother Mr John H Stuart this week Mr Geo M Gayle of Kentucky University Lexington was at homo for a few days this week Miss Elizabeth Jacobs and niece Miss Jeannotto of Versailles were guests of Mr Ford Jacobs this week Col P J Grigsby and Mr Edgar Crawford of Bardstown were guests of Mr J W Hill this week Miss Jane Roed of Louisville who has been the guest of her aunt Miss Eliza Overtoil has returned Hattie Scott entertained at cards at her handsome home on Shelby street on Tuesday after Nellie Marshall left Saturday for Cincinnati where she is attending the Conservatory of Music Mrs W R Franklin and chil dren who have been visiting her parents in Lexington have returned home Mr John B Drydon Sr and wife visited their daughter Mrs Russ A McCallum at Dayton Ohio this week Judge E C ORear delivered a splendid address at the bouquet given by Rev U G Foote in Lex ington last Friday Mrs Albert H Crutcher of Los Angeles Cal is visiting her fatherinlaw Col John N Crutcher West Side Rt Rev JJW Burton Bishop of Lexington held service at As cension Church on Sunday last morning and afternoon Mr Chris T Marshall of Mason county who lias been the guest of his sister Mrs M B Adams returned home Saturday Col Geo H Watson and wife of St Louis Mo wore guests of her brother Mr Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mr W C Barrackman Editor of the Spencer Courier was in the pity Wednesday in tho interest of tho Editors Association Mr Clarence A Fugazzi travel ing evangelist for the Goo H Striotmanns Sons Co of Cincinnati was in tho city Wednesday Mrs Lizzie Robb and daughter Miss Jennie who have boon guests of her laughter Mrs Garland in Louisville have returned home Mrs Jos Shivoly of Louisville who has boon tho guest of her Mr E J Coleman and wife Fourth Avenue huts returned homo Mrs Clara Tuck and sister Miss Cecilia Gaines of this county have returned homo from Now Castle where they have boon visiting rel A B Hammond and wifo left Wednesday for Cleveland 0 where Mr Hammond will bo a member of tho Lumbermens Con vention Mrs R M Bergman timid son Western who have boon guosts of her parents Capt 1 T West and wife returned to their homo in Irvine on Monday Mrs Carrie Soofleld Mrs O L Powers and son left Monday to join Rev 0I Powers at High Point N C where he has accepted a call to the Baptist Church of that place Gov J C W Beckham and wife gave the first levee of tho session itii wwAl I In I Co S1011 Wednesday last at the Execu tive Mansion Thoro was a largo crowd of Senators and citizens present Mr Russell Cox 4th Infantry U S A Fort Thomas was tho guest of his cousin Mr J P Con ner of this olllco yesterday Dr TVcnvers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases If GOING SOUTH Mr C Steele Rending has pur chased from Mr R W Mallory a stroetInndamts will erect a handsome residence upon it in the spring for which Mr Leo L Oberwarth the archi tact is now drawing tho plans Monarch over pain Burns outs sprains stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil At any drug store Managers to post signs advertise and distribute samples Salary 18 weekly 3 per day for expenses State age and present IDEAL SHEAR CO 39 Randolph St Chicago 204in FOR SALE FARMSWe can locate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas Okla homa and Indian Territories Wo have a largo list of lands in those States ranging from 400 an acre up We have a number of tracts of lands in Franklin county ranging from 1000 an micro up Wo call special attention to four vacant lots in Winchester Ky Those lots are desirably located each 50x140 feet und all for tho low price of oOO If you have a farm for sale or town property for sale list it with us wo will find you a buyer If you have laud to rent we will find you a tenant C X HOWLING CO Agents Elk Hotel Frankfort Ky Jany 204t United Stator of America Eastern District of Kentucky In the United States Court in and for said District Referee District No5 In tho BankruptInTo the creditors of Samuel Roddo of Frankfort in the county of Franklin und District aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of ADllUG the said Samuel lioddo was adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be hold at my ofllco In the city of Frankfort Ky on Saturday tutu 27th day of January AulOOO at 11 oclock in the forenoon at timejtho credO itors may attmul provo their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may como be fore said meeting D W LINDSEY 2O1t Referee in Bankruptcy In thu District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky in In the matter II JohnDaniel Moore Bank rupt On tills 19th day of January A D 1000 on considering the aforesaid bank rupt for discharge met on the 15th tiny of January A D1lI00 it is ordered by the court that a hearing bo had upon the same on tho 13th day of February A D 1WW before Wild court at Covington in said district at 11 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof bo pulp ono i in Tho Frankfort Roundabout a in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in in terest may appear at said time and place and show mine if any have why the prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted WITNESS Honorable A M J Cochran Judge of said Court and tho seal thereof at Frankfort in said district on tho 19th day of January A D1000WALTER Q CHAPMAN Clerk By E K COLEMAN D C Wi This sale will be conducted like all our sales Low prices will prevail and all who attend will get the benefit of the great reduction Come early and often and you will find 1 General Bargains Dont fail to come and tell your friends It Only Lasts Ten Days = KY das ttIl1ol IrvineCapt Hawking homeMiss noonMiss ativesMr Every Dept Representatives WANTEDDistrict employment I HEENEYS w- I h I ANNUAL LINEN SALE y Is extended another week for the benefit of our custOl11ht ers who couldnt get in last week Positively the best n values in Linens of every description ever seen in Frankfort r f NEXT WEEK J We will have surprising attractions in Silks for street and I evening wear Dont fail to see them i IN DRESS GOODS 1 You will find some genuine bargains in lengths suitableafor a Skirt or a Misses School Dress Some pieces halfI price You can not afford to miss them 1 F J HEENEY 1 WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE i I There are persons in every community who nothing but the best and to such persons it ishimpossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is r strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold I a under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you nceda new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us before bUYIn2 We make a specialty of overhauling and repaintting vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to youMwithout cost i Seller Garriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARDPresident C M Buow INatSec and Treas l I Why Buy McClures 7 w McCluros Magazine is bought and read in hones not becausoit is a magazine but because it is the magazine Why 1 FIRST THE PRICE It costs but ono dollar a year or less than ten cents number for over thirteen hundred twocolumn pages of reading matter This amounts in cattail bulls to twenty or twenty livo hacks costing any where from a dollar to two dollars a vol umu SECONDQUALITY Thu rending matter is written Americas lending writers tho best short story writers the lest writers on timely articles tho lest writers of Important serials such as stRenulni11ces or Bakers Railroad articles THIRDTIMELINESS Tho rending matter in McOluros is not onl it is not only entertaining amusing instructive and inspiring is is also about tutu mihjcets in which you i and all Americans are most Interested at till timo No subjects in tho next twelve mouths am going to bo HO important as tho question of railroad rotes and rebates and tho question of t life insurance Both of these questions bo discussed by authorities in an impartial carov iful interesting way- FOURTHITS CHARACTER McCluros Magazine is not edited for children but at the same time thero is never a lino In it that any young girl might not read Its advertising ipages aro as clew as its editorial pa- gesMcClures Magazine In your homo is intended to work only for good Send 100 today for ono years subscription or leave an order at your bookstore November and December true with now subscription for 1JOO S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 IL 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn U good income by taking up tho business of securing subscribers for McOluroH It Is clean and Hclfrespecting publication run or woman would like to represent Tho Way Is 25 cents for ouch 100 iu addition to big cash prizes for tho bust work prlto today for full particulars i l I C 4i1J lW 1 t 1 W941Vtm r4 ir r i cie rorL t ll t fft t arff u lI117 UUMa W t rtTHE WHITE CARNIVAL A- 3 1 a Begins at our store Monday morning Our annual showing of the worlds mot im mllCulnte prod wt A werkro1 in a rint of OlothslAnd It complete line of this oluss of materiiils I riIIthis city on Thurs j ICHOArEIn Lula n Choate L Choate aged years of consumption Mrs Choato was raised in this city hor maiden name being Urn hamShe loaves a husband ono sister and brother to mourn her loath Sho was a member of the Chris f titan Church CRITTENDENTn Brockinridgo county on Sunday Mr Richard Crittondon formerly of this city I Mr Orittenden was a Into Col John Allen CrittondenI Ho was born nail raised in this city Ho loaves an aged mother 4three sisters Mrs W E Hunt M C Hayoraft and Mrs Eli H Brown anti two brothers Mr j Henry Crittonden and Mr B Crittondon to mourn OllnndoI The remains woro on Monday tho funeral services woro conducted by Rev Dr J McC nwaytBURCHFIELD Mrs Joanna Burchflold ended this lifo Saturday January 18 at 1150 p nged 85 years at tho homo of mI laughter Mrs Thos Horsloy She was tho widow of Henry I Burchflold who died in 1875 She was burn and reared in Franklin county and known by her many frionds there as Mother Sho was the mother of ton children three of whom survive her John Jlurchfleld Mrs Jas A Pierce and Mrs Thos Horsloy also twnt six grandchildren and groatgrandchildren loss to SeOIJtlonII Mrs Burchflold loaves frionds None know her but to I b love hor Her last illness was marked by a kind wish for everyone anti a perfect submission to 4iGods will JrlShehad been a member of theI Church at Pleasant Hill for a number of years Funeral services contacted by Rev Castle at home Monday Jan nary lu 1100 Intormeut in time old Tamil burying ground near Peaks MillCure ID time cough and save the life Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup euros cough and colds down- yto Uio Yor vorgo of consumption- t t rI WANTED t To know the whereabouts of Pa deuce Millie and Nannio Dowoll or thoir descendants Address MRS NANNIE D ALLEN R F D y Box 21 Pasts Ky I 18at g EMBROIDERIES Unequalled assortment Superb values 1 lot lOc worth 16o 1 lot 15c worth 20c 1 lot 25c wide flowery Special showing fine Baby Sets LACES Now assortment Valoncienes and Torchon LacesI w S FARMERr iif FOURTH PASTORS SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Louisville Ky January HO 31 February 1 2 1006 In 1002 there was started in the city of Louisville one of the most notable Sundayschool movements of modern times a movement that has attracted attention alloverAmerica vis A Pastors Sunday school Institute For four days each year under the leadership of Sundayschool experts wo have discussed the work of tho Sunday school from tho stnndpoint of the pastors relation to it and his con sequent Unties January 80 next we are to bogin the Fourth Annual Session and it bids fair to eclipse all previous ones We have secured for the faculty this year five of tho choicest Sundayschool lenders of America Mr Marion Lawrence International General Secretary anti Americas greatest allaround Sundayschool man Bishop John H Vincent one of tho originators of tho International Lessons and a recognized leader in toachor train thoSundaI tow of Washington D C Super rintendont of a Sundayschool of over 2000 andl recognized loader in Sundayschool work Dr JLFrost of Nashville Editor of the Sundayschool literature of the Southern Baptist Church and an eloquent speaker Mr N B Broughton Baluigh N C Presi dent of his State Association now being considered for the national work Surely with audI an array of talent as this only pastors but Sundayschool workers of every class will be attracted I in large numbers This without doubt will bo the greatest Sundayschool meeting over held in the South outside of tho Interna tional Convention All pastors will bo entertained and it is most earn ostl recommended that Sunday schools send their pastors and pay their way The pastors will appre ditto it and it will be the finest invostmont you can possibly slake For program and full particulars address E A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky SOOTHING AND COMFOBTENG Tho soothing and comforting ejects of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo when applied to piles sores outs boils etc subdues pain almost instantly This salvo draws out tho inflammation reduces swelling anti nets as a rubefacient throughtheaiding nature to permanently re byJNEGRO SHOT One Howard Evans a colored taint was found on Monday with a terrible wound in his right leg A shotgun was found lying near Evans claimed thll tho had acci dentally shot himself lime wound was of such a nature that tho limb had to ho amputated Dr C A Fish city physician performed time operation WHITE SKIRTS INDIA LINENS PERSIAN LAWNS Unequalled values lOc 15c lilc lilc MERCERIZED MULLS AND BATISTES TLINENS Extra value 2c 30 in fine Linen Cambric 50c THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is 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 Wr1 McGee of Van leer Term I hud a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant re lief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At nil Druggists Price 50o and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free J ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Mr L B Marshall had the mis fortune on Thursday to shoot anti kill his fine bird dog OA S T 0nIABears theTho Kind You Have Always Bought Bigntlturo or U OPENING OF SOUTHERN RAILWAYS HARRODSBURG DANVFLLE EXTENSION FOR PASSENGER J1CSIXESSI Oflioial announcement has been mndn by the passenger department of the Southern Railway that tho Danville extension from Harrods burg to Danville a distance of miles will bo opened for nl1wI tratlle on Friday December 1 Tho schedule of trains between I Louisville and Lexington and Lou isville and Danville has also been officially announced and will go I into effect on the saute late But little change in tho time of trains has been made and tho service between Louisville and Lexington will be as it has neon with the same number of through trains each way every day The willOxnconsiderably reduce the time of the through southern trains on time Southern Railway and the Queen 8leopleIS that point With the trains moet ling at Danville a distance of 85 s is saved and the time can bo shortened Lexington as well as Danville will profit by the change in tho tune The same number of trains and the same train service will be IWIfor shoppers and others coming to Louisville Tho early train out of Louisville for Lexington will be retained The next train which now leaves at 740 a in will leave at S oclock und will roach Lexington correspondingly later The early afternoon xtrain will leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and will make connection for Q C local stations at Lexington Under tho new arrangement there will bo four trains daily without change between Louisville and Lexington in each direction and two trains lady without change between Louisville and Danville in each direction Tho track between Harrodaburg OLD TAYLOR TIlE PKEMIERr I WHISKEYaE H TAYLOR 1R SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky h k n WHITE GOODS SERGE OR SICILIAN DRESS GOODS WHITE BATISTE OR SICILIAN Splendid value oic WHITE IMPORTED SERGE HENRIETTA SICILIAN For Skirts J anti Danville has boon used by the freight trnfllo for several weeks limit it was thought best not to run passenger trains over it until it had been settled finally and firmly Tho line between Harrodsburg and Burgin will bo operated on a much more frequent schedule than before One train will bo used and it will bo made practically trips between these two IJlIurlI necting at Burgin with all trains This service will give HarI rodeburg two ways to connect with the Q d C The following is tho ofllcial an nouncement of train service as companyTrain Louisville at 800 a m instead of 740 a m with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1055 a m and 1115 a m respectively stopping only at important points en route This train will also carry St Louis sleeper through to Danville Train No 28 will leave Louisville at 745 p m instead of 725 p m with through equipment for both aIH1IICafe Car from St Louis through to leavingsLouisvillP Train No 5 will leave Louisville at 510 a m as at present making local stops and arriving at Losing ton at l40 a m This train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect Lexingon with Q C Route atI for local stations on that arriving Danville at 1105 a m Train No 0 will leave Louisville I a 880 p 111W minutes earlier than at present making local stops and arriving at Lexington at 540 p m This train will not have connection fut Danville Branch points but will ponmit with Q it C Route train No B for local points on that line arriving Danville at S03 p m Twin No 24 will leave Dan lie at 580 a 111 with through coaches and Parlor Cafe Cur for Lonisvillu and St Louis arriving at torner point ats45 a m and St Louis at 512 p m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 545 a m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached tu tho Dan ville train at Lawrenceburg Train No 2 will leave Danvillu at 445 p 111 with through coaches and also St Louis sleeper arriving at S00 p UJOo leaving Louisville at 1015 p m and reaching St Louis at 782 a m Connecting train will leave Lexington at 5 p 111 with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Danville tram at Lawronocburg Train No 10 will leave Lexing ton at 780 a m as at present mak lug local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a m This train will mako connection at Lexington with Q it C Houte local train leaving Danville at 510 a m Train No 0 will leave Lexington at 805 p m as at present making local stops and arriving Louisville at 515 p m This train will connect at Lexington with Q tfc C lioute local train leaving Danvillo at 1 05 p m- All of tho above trains will run daily Between Harrudsburg and Bur gin a freqnont service will bo maintained through the day trains j leaving llarrudsliurg as follows 505 102 1115 a m and 140 410 and 515 p 111 In the return direc I tion trains will leave Bnrgin at 580 540 IIUO a m and 100 215 cud 44u p m These trains will tau daily The running time between the two points will bo from ten to tit toon minutes There will bo no changes in time train service between Versailles anti Georgetown ooOno Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug CoughsIbo a tried anti truo friend to the I many Gayle who used it Sold by J W cIttLtl4 J v J i oN SATURDAY SALE The great Bargain Day of the week Covert Jackets new spring styles now ready u to 12 Topsy Hose Special Saturday llto for childrens Topsy Hose worth 25c Clonks onehalf price Suits onethird to onehalf I I OASTOBJABeara theiha Kind You Have Always Bought 8lgastnreTHE 1m LIVER QUARANTINE TAKING HIS MEALS OCT Hurried eating has mined a mans stomach The digestiondestroying process is gradual at first But it is onl a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the expense of his health cIA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It locks in the diseased germs and body poisons and affords them full play inviting some serious illness JIn families where August Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kitl and binder affec tions No wellregulated family shouldao c remedyTwo druggists For snIt by W Onylc II = i rjjBUSY MS LINEi HETEEX LOUISVILLEEVANSVILLE l ST1 LOUIS AND SOUTHWEST + is VIA t i EUiSVillB H B and St Loms Rallway HENDERSON r ROUTLa 11 It tt r iITMiMAX SLKKlKRS FREE RECLINING CHAIK CARS Special Ilnaud trip Hoinoscvkers Hates to Southwcril and11est tlrst tind third Febranry1000Special cis Mexico mid Xw Mexico on snit daily I Jlay31ltiuo J y Socondelass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1DOG 1 RATESI it- I Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent j it k i 1 11 r 1p t F 1 r j7j- tr i t i J yi i r THeFranKfortRounflaDout lcuriGEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 20 1905 n PROGRAM FOR EDITORS MEETING HERE 1rosiclent E A union of the State Press Association has boon in the city for several days and with the assistance of Dr E E H n nu has arranged a very pleasant program for tho ontertaitiment of tho editors who moot hero next Tuesday January J3 A letter received yesterday from Mr R E Hughes gives this literary program for tho meeting DAY SESSION 1 Call to order President E A Gullion of tho Now Castle Local 2 Roll Call 3 Delivery of printed proceedings ol meeting at Crab Orchard Springs in July tom 4 Needed Legislation on Advertising Lew B Brown Harrods burg Democrat 5 Wisdom of Changing to Semiweekly Harry Summers Editor Elizabethtown News 0 Foreign Printed meats John D Babhage Editor Cloverport News f 7 A Moving Pen Gathers Much Ink W P Walton Editor Frank fort Journal- S Newspaper Development in the Mountains Jas H Ends Editor Itarlan Enterprise 9 The Value of District Associa tions A D Miller Editor Richmond Climax EVENING SESSION 10 Address Win Lightfoot Viss cher Chicago Illi11 Address A Y Ford Louis ville Ky- EVERYTHING READY FOR THE PASTORS INSTITUTE Everything is in readiness for our great Institute January 80Febru ary 2 We had the world and Ken tucky to choose from in selecting our speakers and we chose the best i While it is for pastors primarily it is not for pastors only Officers and teachers will find it a flee school of instruction Every school in the State should send its pastor r and a few of its officers and teach erStPnstors will be entertained and others can get board at one dollar per day and up For pro gram and particulars address E A Fox Louisville Ky st SHIED JOT LIFE Thats what a prominent t druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public I but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connection with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable I i means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts goodIfrom it We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buySCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50candI all druggists t- I 1Ir n JawsTightly LocKed From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles icier vine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disor den but nevvrjhns it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this and inInearly every instance the writer has that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner repeatedinSeven years ago my wife commenced having spasms or and I called in my home phvsicinn and he said she was lyzed Ill her with salt water and gave her calomel and she eventually sot some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined tc her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequently dome times cn severe Her hands cramp so we could not them and she finally lockedFinallygood and a storative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken 1 number of bottles but has never had a fit sin e taking the first dose She also thinks highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of making this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did mv wifeW M Y ALLEN P M Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind HIGH WIND HAIL AND RAIN Monday last our city was visited with a high wind most of the day but not until late in tho afternoon was any serious damage done Then all of a sudden a deluge of rain and hail accompanied by vivid lightning and heavy thunder came down on our city There was considerable damage done A large maple tree was blown across Wil kinson street at the corner of Wapping The roof of the building Ann street formerly occupied Ion Mr W J Scottow was blown A large part of the roof of the Chair Factory in the Penitentiary was carried away The whisky pipe leading from tho distillery to tho cistern room at tho Old Fitz gerald Distillery was blown down Telephone and telegraph wires were tangled up to a big extent The high wind continued all Monday night and part of Tuesday ACQUITTED Mr Quincy Metz of the Forks of Elkhorn was tried in the circuit court this week on the charge of shooting and killing the horse of Mr Jas Mitchell and acquitted It seems that Mr Metz heard a noise in his corn field at night and hinking it was occasioned by trespassers took his gun and fired in the air to frighten the trespasser away After that ho heard the horse run away The next morning as ho was coming to town he found the horse lying dead by the sldt of tho road He immediately notified Mitchell and offered to pay for the horse This was refused anti a prosecution was instituted which ended as abovo shown It looked like a ease of spite for re venge and tho jury so decided Mr Met is a clover hard working man und his friends are re joiced at his acquittal- A LIFE SENTENCE trio trial of Cal Newton who murdered George and Jas D smith father and son last August In this county was completed on Saturday last and the jury rendered a verdict finding Newton guilty and fixing his punishment nt life imprisonment in tho peni tentiary the verdict was a surprise to every ono in this city It is said that his counsel will take an appeal lAlESl COW EVER SEEN HERE One of the fattest cows ever seen hero has boon on exhibition in a tent nt the corner of Broadway and Ann streets by tho Acmo Food Co The animal is a regular mono strosity It weighs 9450 pounds and was fattened by the food product of the above company It was hero as an advertisement of tho company i P k U A WORD TO THE WISE The following circular has been issued by that hustling young BI11oolaif this would not apply equally ns well to the city of Frankfort To tho Members of the Council Hoard of Education Policemen Street Commissioner Collector Assessor Health Olllcer Trims uror Clerk City Attorney City Judge Mayor and All Other KIthere maybe no misunderstanding or ox cuse for tho violation of certain laws I fool it my duty to mil your thefollowtuggovern yourselves accordingl under the present administration regardless of ancient custom usaeo or personal consideration A strict conformity to these statutes will prevent the recurrence of man abuses that trace crept into our municipal government And close attention to these prohibitory soc tions will relieve mo of Clio boundon necessity of calling public atten tion to their violation Not only that but I shall not hesitate to take necessary steps to see that the pen alties are meted out to all who dis regard their oaths and obligations in thoso vital matters aiTootiug the integrity of this administration First Neither the Mayor nor any Councilman shall be received as surety on any bond payable to the city See Sec 3557 Charter page 4S Second Members of the Council to hold no other civil cilice nor hi directly or indirectly interested in any contract with said city j nor bo in arrears to said city for money collected or withhold without quietus therefor Sec 8484 Char ter page 5 Third Should any officer of Rich mond be directly or indirectly in terested as agent or principal in any contract with said city or as surety on such contract he shall thereby vacate his office and the contract if entered into before said olllcer vacates his oUlce shall he null and void Charter Sec 8484 page 5- FourthNo member of the Board of Education shall be or become directly or indirectly interested in any contract agreement or trade touching tho building of school houses repairing of school prop erty or use his official position to secure the patronage or tho teachers or employes of the schools Charter Sec 8598 page 07 Finally in order to clinch all these safeguards against using official positions to further private ends the Charter Sec 8557 page 48 says explicitly City officers are prohibited from buying discounting or dealing in any way In vouchers or claims against the city under a penalty of ten dollars for each offense Therefore I have notified the City Treasurer not to pay any city voucher that is endorsed over to or presented by any city officer ex cept it be for that officers own stat utory fee or salary Ibis under the section above quoted moans that no city official mder a penalty of ten dollars for each offense can oven cash a voucher or take it In whole or part for supplies sold to tho owner of the voucher Any other custom or construction is in direct viola thou of tho spirit and expressed pro hibition of the section quoted 8557 buying discounting or dealing in tiny way in vouchors or claims against tho city It IK not for us to say that this law is silly or needlessly strict It is simply our duty to abide by it to tho letter and that is my whole object in calling your attention to the matter It is not the mere act of obliging some voucherholder that is prohibited but to prevent the abuses that are so liable to creep in and demoralize our con duet of tho affairs of tho city There are tour banks and scores of other places in this city whoro vouchers may bo cashed just like any other check is cashed without asking any one of the dozen or so city ofllcials to handle this forbidden fruit For us to wink one eye at this old practice is to let down tho bar- ston whole troupe of violators Therefore let this administration sot an example to all lawbreakers by obeying the law ourselves If further proof of the wisdom and justice of my position is re quired go and examine the old vouchers of your city and you will be astounded at learning that thousands upon thousands of dollars of tho citys money have boon drawn out of your Treasury by city ofllcials in plain violation of the laws I have quoted which viola tions are not yet beyond tho pale of punishment should any taxpayer press the matter For ollicials to object to a return to first principles in tho light of tho truth when made known it Rooms to me to bo prima facie evidence that such officials have a narrow and selfish and dangerous conception of tho duty they owe to themselves as well as to the public If those laws work a hardship on tiny officer lot him resign rather than break them or expect mo to lot them bo broken Therefore in ono word touch not handle not any mans voucher but your own That is time spirit as well as time letter of the law 1906 is a cloaningnp year through out Christendom Richmond shall ttt m 1J t4 I PleasanUotake i Laxativey SyrupfNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor f And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringtoabout 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 allot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE i Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks SpadesiCradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil TarpaulinsI Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenchest FRANK G1 STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality 1 The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash II i JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky I not bo at tho tailend of tho pro cession Yours for a square deal for all C E WOODS Mayor j3 A SURPRISE PARTY A pleasant surprise party may bo given to your stomach anil liver by taking a medicino which will relieve their pain and discomfort Pi11RIheadache dizziness and constipa tion 25c at all druggists Phones Offlc Now89OldGO Rosldencu Now roe Old 840 Dr L T MINISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours o a in to 12 in 2 p m to 51 m 7 p in to 8 p in OfficeNo 1Ci2Stt Main Street over Barretts- ResidenceNo 685 Todd Street Frankfort Ky 33m I 111 south rn Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and Louisville 3 TOlS1 Louis and the Vest Two Trains Daily as follows Mme Leave Lexington 510 a m Lou isville 1100 a in Arrivo St Louis I 6112 p m- Carrying vostibuled coaches nod CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a tlLonvoisville 1015 p m Arrivo St Louis 782 a in r IiOarschangeReserve Car Berths at LI III East Main St Lexington Ky i or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave 1ir I f P I4 4pf4 I tJJ T W f 1 Cases plain simple and I Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI SCENE FROM II PARSIFAL NATIONAL GRAND OPERA CO Comes to Cnpitnl Thoatro Next Thursday January 25 The National Grand Opera Co only comes to Frankfort for posi tively one night Thursday Tnnu ary 25 Among the stars of this excellent organization are such famous artists as the Duchess Gor trude Dudley the direct lineal descendant of the original Duchess Dudley and the possessor of a voice marvelous for its sweetness and beauty Clara Mae Hammer Prima Donna soprano has a vice of exceedingly largo range and nice balance which she uses with cor rect method style and dramatic force fGeo Jenkins tenor has a voice of most remarkable power sweet ness and sympathy which to gether with his fine presence and artistic temperament and ability rte brought him into prominence J F Kuohne basso cantata is a wonderful singer His marked ability anal versatility has been ac knowledged by the great critics noseiItriumphs abroad and praised by the critics for her brilliancy and tsweetnoss of expression and other exceptional merit in scenes from Gounods Faust Wagners Parsifal etc I THE PRESS AND THE CLANSMAN II Xo Other Play Has Ever Received as Much Editorial and Critical Comment Except Uncle Toms Cabin It would keep a press olippiiij very busy to furnish ollp JIt of everything about Thomas Jr s remarkable playTije In every city whore been presented the criticisms have run from two to four columns generally on the first pogo of the paper Resides that practically every paper has commented edi torially on the play to the space quite often of two columns In many cases the editorial comments have continued weeks after the ap pearance of the play I At tho promioro In Norfolk tho newspapers devoted more space more prominently displayed to tJ riltt v wt 5 4 KEEPING A GOOD CUflTCH 1 Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers j r j M A SELI3ERm The Clansman than to any news event of tho day This however might bo attributed to the fact that it was tho opening performance Richmond immediately quadrupled the space also printing tho criti cisms on the first page One of the papers there ran the criticisms in three sections of about two columns each on dlllerent days with an afterpiece tho day after the last appearance Not content with this the editorinchief wrote a twocolumn editorial and a week later a shorter editorial The other Richmond papers also devoted much editorial space to the same subject All through the South the same thing happened Besides this the wonderful business done in each town was telegraphed by correspondents all over each State Individuals wrote communications to the newspapers and prominent citizens wore Interviewed at length as to their opinion of the play In Raleigh North Carolina Governor Robert B Glenn prepared a long interview for one of the morning papers strongly commending tho play and advising every young man told woman in the South to see it- The Governors of tho various States prominent United States Senators and Congressmen Sociol ogists and Educators both North and South have taken up the dis cussion of the problems which are so forcibly presented InIIrrho Clansman Tho educational dis cusHion of tho play has hit each Southern city like a cloudburst It has now become a northeaster that is swooping over the entire country Another remarkable feature of tho tour ofrJho Clansman has been tho size of tlo audiences In every city nud at every performance standing room has boon at a pro mium and hundreds of people havo been turnod away Tho on thusiasm of tho audience breaks all hounds and reminds ono of a mighty mass mooting of tho people It is Ha ft to say that such scones have never been witnessed in a theatre since tho first production ofII Undo Toms CabinOnly a play of tremendous force and power could produce such results Only a play that is different from every other play ono that blazos a new I pathway and Goals with moment ous problems and truths could so arouse a peoplewIhe Clansman A tl 1 is an epochmaking play ono that j will revolutionize the American drama It will ho a backbone to the American dramatist who has thought but has not dared to speak The author hiss written a great play and tho press laud public have made it a success Such a play will live for years and its influence will never die for it is the story of supremacy of tho AngloSaxon race Tho Clansman will bo presented in this city for tho first time at Capital Theatre Monday evening January 22 Seats now selling at Barretts I THE HOYT COMEDY COM- PANYI It Is surprising how quickly Chattanooga theatregoers recog nize a meritorious company That they have given such recognition to the Hoyt Comedy Company is attested by the daily largo audi ences which are in evidence at each of tho two performances It would seem that after the vast crowds on New Years day that there should bo a falling off of business but such is not the case Though the houses are not overcrowded yet every seat is taken both at matinee and night Last night tho bill wnswIhe Chimes of Notre Dame and again tho company proved Its ofllcioncy in every role and every specialty the company gives way tonight to a regular attraction but tomor row their engagement will be re1 sumod with California for mat ntIThe excellent ocmpany which is I conceded by press and public to ho- I the strongest popularpriced company now touring tho South opens a weeks engagement at Capital Theatre Monday January 2t RisersLlrtloThe famous little pith are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswelland puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes diseasedI KodolIDyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain oil of the heart and contributes nourishment thQbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach- I I After eatlnc my food would distress me by making my heart palpitate and I would become very weak Finally I got a bottle of Kodol and it gave me Imme ilata relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yon N Y I I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepdaCureD KAUBLB Nevada Q Digests What You Eat eollubottlholdllftimes trli or 50 cost du- I J rrp4 t the L1I- ortor or sODsWltt- as OhtesonLA IL l Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet 1 IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD jJ n I The Leading1 Newspaper of the Blue Grass the Lexington Herald IFOR 500 PER YEARI- fpaid in ad aiice 011 or beforerTarntary loth 06rrl Regular Rates 6 Per Year FULL ASSOCIATED PROSE REPOnfS it Comic Supplement and Dooley Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Livi1 Stock market re rI ports from all of the leading citiestIhe most corn plete neighborhood news The only daily paper c that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky Address The Lexington Herald Co LeXington rrRoundabout and Herald for one year in advance S575 hi 11 A LITTLE BEAUTY We have been place under obli gations to Mrs M A Selbort tilt reliable jeweler for n copy of one of tho prettiest calendars of the season It is a little beauty and we desire to acknowledge our obligations for the stern- aINDIGESTION OVERCOME Indigestion Is easily overcome by tho use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat ant gives tho stomach a restallows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves indigestion belching of gas sour stoUlach heartburn etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods hito the kind of rich rod blood that makes hualth und strength Sold by 1 W Gayle 4 Dr Weavers Syrup Pnitfles the blood Cerate ointment for the akin DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats J Port Huron 6u the Magnificent Stiamtrt of the WHITE UNE I Leaving foot of Madison Street Daily at trainsReturning 7SCIextra Rate to Socittitj I5pclal at Detroit with steam the Soo Duluth etc information see nearest i Railroad Agent or write I 0 f ttCLMXN TrMgrWHGOLOENOJPJ I OtTKOIT MICH TOLEDO 9 r 1R1t4t1i tiM tlAt jEE SCOTT XEIIBOLD GOIN GOINjIi BUILDERS A Drf GENEBL CONTRACTORS a seat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned Old phone fiHH Im lorida i New Orleans fJ Culia1reached in comfort i via- OIJCRSCENT ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY S THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Service January Sib 1906 1I Solid Pullman Train Leave GrpLEXINGTONDANVILLE 1240 A M Dining and Observation Cars for Jack i sonviiie unit St Augustine via Cbattas noona and Atlanta Florida Limited R Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 83O A 4t t LEXINGTON 1035 DANVILLE 116O A4Day Couches Pullman Sleepers user 1 vntloti and lllnlnt Cars for Jacks jvIll ti St to ruwtine8hreveportamlear lean via Chattanooga Atlanta and Btrm hun Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan E tiandaotSavannasWinter tourist tickets now on solo at reduced rates For Information apply Chas W 2cII D P A Cincinnati y II C rlat C P a T A LWDlton try VT i GAnnETT W G Uiuril Biiutr 0 CINCINNATI RlmasOIfI 1 j t ttuuI a ir r t I Iit I 6 Jt4ftiI 1III 2 I r17 f rr 1FJII of All Kinds MARRIED N E L L A t Swallowlield on Thursday Mr Ira C Wesbtor and Miss Cordelia I OConnoll wore Peaks Mill on Thursday Mr Dan E Tighlman and Miss Alice Cloyd were married by Rev James Clark Jeilorson Ville Ind on Tuesday Mr W111I E Baker and Miss Clara Moore were married by Esq J B Ferguson Mr Baker is a young business man and clerk His brido is tho laughter of Mr Curran Moore Both are of this county ACTION OF FIRST PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH SESSION The following notion was taken by the Session of tho First Presby terian Church on the resignation of Rev Dr 1 McG Blayney on 10 at a meet ing of that body which action was ordered road to the Church on Sunday last The Clerk placed before the Ses sion Dr Hlayncys resignation as pastor of the Church subject to the action of tho Presbytery The Session after due adopted the following action Resolved That tho Session do hereby request Dr Blaynoy to continue to act as pastor until the rela tionship between him and the con gregation he dissolved at the April meeting of the Presbytery and that this emotion shall be read from the pulpit as an official notice to the that services will be in the church as usual with prayer Signed E h SAMUEL Clerk of Session REAL ESTATE TRANSFER AND HOUSES TO BE BUILT Mr John E Glenn has purchased a lot 75 foot front on Second street running back 200 feet on Logan street to Battle Alley from Mrs Knhr Mr Glenn intonds to erect seven cottages which lie will runt out to good tenants This is what a number of other people ought to do The supply of small houses is utterly inadequate to meet tho demand just now 0 LDTI ME NEWSPA PER We have been shown an oldtimo newspaper the property of Mrs W E Settle wifo of Judge Settle of this city It was published on Wednesday evening Juno 28 1818 III Louis yule Ky during t 10 campaign of Gen Zuchary Taylor It was known as the Evening filled with interesting and readable mutter Time articles being short and snappy more on tho style of tho present lay than any oldtimo paper wo have ever seen WANTED TO BUY i I want to buy a first class y- oungjoowJ L t v4Miiw iJ 4I lDi1J4 TWENTY YEARS AGO Our friend of tho Lender on Saturday Col Theodore poem which ho dedicated to Gen Thos L Crittenden of this city and says it was anonymous and changes the time from II twenty years to forty Wo give that splendid poem as it was written by Col OHara Ive wandered to the village Tom Ive sat beneath the tree Upon the school house play ground that sheltered you and me But siione were left to greet mo Tom And few were left to know Who played with me upon tho green Just twenty years ago I The grass was just as green Tom Barefooted boys at play Were sporting just as we did thou With spirits just as gay Hut the master sleeps upon the hill Which coated oer with snow Afforded us a sliding place Some twenty years ago Tho old school house is altered some Tho benches are replaced Bv new ones very like the same Our jack knives had defaced But the same old bricks are in the wall The bell swings to and fro Its musics just tho same dear Tong Twas twenty years ago The spring that bubbled neath tho hill Close by the spreading beech Is very low twas once so high That wo could almost reach And kneeling down to take a drink Dear Tom I started so To think how very much Ive changed Since twenty years ago Near by that spring upon an elm- You know I cut your name Your sweethearts just beneath itI Ton And you did mine tho same Some heartless wretch has pooled tho bark Twas dying sure bat slow Just as that one whose name you cut Died twenty years ago My lids have long boon dry Tom But tears came in my eyes I thought of her I loved so well Thoso early broken ties I visited tho old And took some flowers to strew Upon the graves of those we loved Just twenty years ago Some are in the churchyard laid Some sleep beneath tho sea And none are left of our old class Excepting you and me And whoa our time shall come Tom And we aro called to go I hope well meet with those wo I loved Some twenty years ago ALWAYS THE STRENGTH A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will always increase the strength If your stomach is a little oil Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you oat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue building blood Kodol relieves sour stomach belching heartburn and all forms of indigestion Pal i byJl IJih r UJLXMAS PresentsCall Estate Stoves Arizona Cook Stoves Chafing Dishes Soup Turines Berry Knives and Forks Sets Scissors and Shears Coal Vases Fire Sets Mandolins Violins Guitars and Banjos Buggy Rugs WEBSTEROCON marrie- dTILGHIMANCLOYDAt BAKERMOORE WednosdayMamiary consideration congregation PresbyterySession presidential ExpressIt Oak P c1 COitIluxfngtonII churchyard INCREASES Heating Ranges Spoons Rogers Carving Hardware Merchants Both Phones307309 Main St BIRTHS HOUNSCHILDTn I this city on i Sunday to Mr Felix Hounschild and wlfoa dlughterISPLENDID ADDRESS I Prof H K Taylor of time Louis yule Training School addressed a good audience at tho Opera House on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of tho Y 11 C A Prof Taylor is n fearless and able speaker who presents his sub jects in a plain and forceful man nor and backs thorn up with in controvertible facts We congratulate tho Y M C A upon having secured so Intelligent and able a speaker as Prof Taylor Ho is always worth hearing Dr AVenvcrit Treatment Sjrrnp purifies the blood w Cereteheateeklneruptlonero LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for tho week end inn January JO lUOG Allen Mrs William B Ball Edgar Booth James Bunch Sam Burns Willie 2 Creamer Mrs Nannie Davis Ca- dIcilands Alfonso Domau T J Emmonds Edward 2 Finn Mrs Flora Gardener Miss Alice Graves Stoning P Huffman Miss Ruth Hutcheson Albert King Mis Hallio Lee R Garnett Lucas John Lyons W H MIIHV C O l1 III for Miss Mary Etta Rigors Lucy Ntitt Mrs Maggie Ponce Mrs Lena Pone Mattio Robinson Richard Roy Edw Cosby Rum ley Mrs Mary Small wood Anderson Sturns Dr E E Taylor Noah- Thomspon L R Wallace Edgar C Walker Mftlio- Washburn Elin B Whitlook John Wright Miss Mary Persons calling for time above let ters will please saItadvertised E l1 DRANE P M PACIFIC COAST ITHE tH to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Pugot Sound coun tty during tho period of low rates to Portland null California points 8fyewhtcludimigBadian Rookies a scum trip from Vie toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi than City Americas virgin play- groundi Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mon capitol Salt Lako City and 1i has over copied and to soo and roach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a 11011isllIo stacked with bountiful illustrated literature on tho subject and all oJdinteI1JAlb UI130th 1It 1 i RENT HER EICo I knew no one for four woks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburr Pa and when I bottom although I had one of the best doctors I could got I was bout double and had to rest my hauls on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction T was roscuod by Electric Bit ters which restored my health and strength and now I elm walk as eurolstomachdes At all druggists Price oOc rcaSax 0nJA BoughlIdlgnataroof IANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS maintainsI Tho Illinois Central Double Daily Service the best of trains with Dining Cars BulletLibrary Curs Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chum cage St Louis Cincinnati und Louisville south of New Orleans lhe best road for reaching tho Win tot Tourist resorts of time South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 05 Gulfport is a Mexi cnn Gulf Coast resort having tho new flume II Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico Cot tral America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for deg scriptive matte r in regard to tho above Havana via New reachedHavana Cuba is best via time Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and time now ocean liner twinscrqw nine teenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednes atIJHot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie FI 11 Car Line St Louis to via Nashville JacksonllIfJII AtlantaMexico California SpecialTours of Mexico and Call formula via time Illinois Central and New Orleans under time auspices of Raymond Whitcornb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 28d for Mexico and California the last to inqludo stopover at Now Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion curs through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Or leans and tho Southern Route every I Friday front Chicago every Tues I day front Cincinnati and Louisville Via Onniha and tho Scenic Route I every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of tho above can be had of agents of comoctimmglinesundersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louis ville JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T M OhioaJoIS I itj j6weJt i L n Fine Trains i T- OFLORIDA 1I- 1SOUTIIERN RAIL WAY 1CRESCENT ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou i isvillo S a in daily connects atiV Danville Ky with solid train of i Pullman Sleepers and vestibule ty coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 fa in and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Car servos all inoals en routeDiningfFlorida Special leaving villo 745 p m carries observation r ris1change via Chattanooga and At j- rlanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p in and St Augustine at 10 p in i next day From Danvilln this is solid train of Drawing Room Sloop f ors Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car servos all v meals en route Via the II Laurel of the Sky PullInoun Sleeper leaves Louisville 74R i p m daily running through to tfJIepelvillH Columhitv and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m t WINTER TOURIST TICKETS jj Good returning until May 81st are f now on sale daily at low rntostVARIABLE TOURS t via Aslivillo and Laud ofIGoing and Sapphire Country i and returning via Atlanta and Cleat fc tlloogi or vice versa For the of Sky Winter Homos Ir other hand omol illustrated JhdresRy or p 0 H HUNGERFORD D P A a Louisville Ky H G IrIloll1sW C RINEARSON G P Al C Route ifDec1 Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in oiinsumption and death Watch little colds Dr Woods thelTine Syrup rKIUm AND CURE Ir win lFOR THE COUGH THE LUNCSI r1Kzs ItI New Disc very I f B CONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS PrICDJ I e t Surest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LES or MONEY BACK aUIs U rYQrsteopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODonnolls 485 Main Street Will bo in office TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 375 d3 = tffrrJ rf otw itm tUk W q ij7 lti JJIt Rugsf u MARRIEB N E L LA t Swallow field on Thursday Mr Ira C Wesbter and Miss Cordelia OConnell were I Peaks Mill on Thursday Mr Dan fir E Tighlman and Miss Alice Cloyd were married by Rev James Clark Jefferson trine Ind on Tuesday Mr Win 3 E Baker and Miss Clara Moore were married by Esq J B Fergu sonMr Baker is a young business man and clerk His bride is tho daughter of Mr Curran Moore Both are of this county t III ACTION OF FIRST CHURCH SESSIO The following action was taken r by the Session of tho First Presby terian1 Church on tho resignation of Rev Dr J McC Blayney on 10 at a meet ing of that body which action was ordered read to the Church on Sun day last The Clerk placed before the Session Dr Hlaynoys resignation as pastor of the Church subject to the action of the Presbytery The Session after duo consideration adopted the following action Resolved That tho Session do S hereby request Dr Blayney to centime to act as pastor until the ron tionship between him and the con gregation be dissolved at the April meeting of the Presbytery and that this action shall bn read from the pulpit as an ofHeial notice to the that services will be continued in the church as usual PresbyterySession with E L SAMUEL Clerk of Session REAL ESTATE TRANSFER AND HOUSES TO BE BUILT Mr John E Glonn has purchased a lot 75 feet front on Second street f running back 200 feet on Logan street to Battle Alley from Mrs Knhr Mr Glenn intends to erect suvent cottages which he will rent out to good tenants I i This is what a number of other people ought to do Tho supply of I small houses is utterly inadequate to moot the demand just now LDTIME J oldthnosE Settle wife of Judge Settle of this city It was published on Wednesday evening June 28 1848 in Louis ville Ky luring t 10 campaign of Gen Zachary Taylor Jt was known as tho Evening Express It was filled with interesting and readable matter Tho articles being short and snappy moro on tho style of the present day than any oldtime paper we have ever seen tt WANTED TO BUY youngjloow j t P f = = TWENTY YEARS Our friendof the Lexington Leader on Saturday published Col Theodore OHaras noted l poem which ho dedicated to Gen Thos L Crittenden of this city and says it was anonymous and changes the time from twenty years to forty Wo give that splendid poem as it was written by Col OHnrti Ive wandered to the village Tom Ive sat beneath the tree Upon the school house play ground That sheltered you and me But none were left to greet mo Tom And few were left to know Who played with mo upon tho green Just twenty years ago The grass was just as green Tom Barefooted boys at play Were sporting just as wo did then With spirits just as gay But the master sleeps upon tho hill Which coated oer with snow Afforded us a sliding place Some twenty years ago Tho old school house is altered some The benches are replaced By now ono very like the same Our jack knives had defaced But the same old bricks aro in the wall The bell swings to and fro Its musics just tho same dear Tom Twns twenty years ago The spring that bubbled neath tho hill Close by the spreading boech Is very low twas once so high That wo could almost roach And kneeling down to tale a drink Dear Tom I started so To think how very much Ive changed Since twenty years ago Near by that spring upon an elm You know I cut your name Your sweethearts just beneath itI Toot And you did mine tho same Some heartless wretch has pooled tho bark Twas lying sure bat slow Just as that one whoso name you cut Died twenty years ago My lids have long boon dry Toni But tears camo in my eyes- I thought of her I loved so well Those early broken ties I visited tho old churchyard And took some flowers to strow Upon tho graves of those wo loved Just twenty years ago Some are in time churchyard laid Sonic sleep benoath the sea And none aro left of our old class Excepting you and me And when our time shall come Toni And wo are called to go I hope well meet with those we I loved Some twenty years ago ALWAYS THE STRENGTH A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will always increase tho strength If your stomach is a little oil Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you out and enable tho digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue building blood Kodol relieves sour stomach belching heartburn and all forms of indigestion Pal byiJI Mii 1r i M11iti IOTII XMAS- Presents3 vm sm tm Call and see our line of Heating Stoves Arizona Stoves 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 WEBSTEROCON marrie- dTILGHLMANCLOYDAt BAKERMOORE PRESBYTERIAN WednosdayJanuaiy congregation prayerSigned NEVSPAPER presidential iiljiMit1a Estate Cook OWrE1 1uI COM AGOJ INCREASES Oak Hardware Merchants Both Phones307309 Main St u BIRTHS HOUNSCiHILDin this city on Sunday to Air Felix Hounscliild and wlfoa laughter SPLENDID ADDRESS Prof H K Taylor of the Louis Training School addressed a good audience at time Opera House on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Y M C A Prof Taylor is a fearless and able speaker who presents his sub 11i1imI I con We congratulate the Y M U A upon having secured so intelligent and able a speaker as Prof Taylor Ho is always worth hearing Dr Weaver Treatment Syrnp purifies the blood Cerate heals skin emptied t LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending January JO won Allen Mrs William B Hall Edgar Booth James Bunch Sam Burns Willie 2 Creamer Mrs Nannie Davis Cad- IIeOlands Alfonso Doman T 1 Emmonds Edward 2 Finn Mrs Flora Gardener Miss Alice Graves Stoning P Huiiimui Miss Ruth Hutcheson Albert King Mis Hnllle Lee H Garnott Lucas John Lyons W H Maov C O Mulloy Miss Mary Etta Myers buoy Nutt Mrs Maggie Ponce Mrs Lena Penn Mattie Robinson Richard CosbyHnmloy Sinai wood Anderson Stuns Dr E E Taylor Noah Thomspon L R Wallace Edgar C Walker Irtlfo- Washbllrn Eliza B Whitlook John Wright Muss Mary Persons calling for the above totters will please say advertised E 1f DRANE P M THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Sucking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Pugot Sound country luring tho period of low rates to Portland and California points afowmost without extra cost including CnlHlItoria and Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas Mou11tHandnon capltol Salt Lake City and andibrushhsreach mill by the most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a LOIisville illustrl1tecllitornturo audIntulligIbl youBothRouteLouisville iJ JdIviurj 1BENT HER DOUBLE IIt I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Airs Annie Hunter of Pittsbtuy Pa and hadII was my hoods on my knees when I walked From this terrible afflic tion I was rescued by Electric Bit tens which restored my health mind strength und now T can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to euro stomach liver and kidney disor hors At all druggists Price 50c cAS IX 0BJA BoughtI1tfgnattuo JIp I ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates tho best of trains with Dining Cars BulletLibrary Curs Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Ohm sago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The hest road for reaching tho Win tot Tourist resorts of tho South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 05 Gulfport is a Mexican Gulf Coast resort having tho new tine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from New Orleans for Mexico Control America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matte r in regard to the aboveHavana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best readied via tho Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and tho now ocean liner twinscrqw lime toenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednes satIIHot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and AtlantaMexico California SpecialTours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February tad and February 2Hd for Mexico and Cnli fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for tho Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining ear service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sinus to California Excursion emits through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and tho Southern Route every I Friday from Chicago j every Tues I day from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and tho Seethe Route I every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above can bo had of agents of conneotiIiglines i uiidorignod JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati I F W HARLOW D P A Louis vine JOHN A SCOTT A G P A MomphisA P T M I ChicagoS16tAl Chicago i I ldrFr o rm iFine Trains I TO FLORIDAVI- ASOUTIIERN r RAILWAY t- ANDky CEESCSNTEOTTTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 n in hilly connects atIDanville Ky with solid Pullman Sleepers and vestibuleicoaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a in 1Carsleeper daily except Sunday Lou isvillo to St Augustine without chnngo via Chattanooga and At ym11111next lay From Danvilln this is i solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ems Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car serves all meals en route ti Via the Lnnd of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p in doily running through to Knoxville where connection is muio at 08j a m with through sleeper to Jaoksnnvlllo via shoIvlle Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 9 a m is WINTER TOURIST TICKETS iUOQd returning until May 31st i now on stile daily at low rates 70URSI MOoI Land time Sky mind Sapphire Country 1tqand returning via Atlanta and Chat tllI1oogior vice versa For the r Winter Homos It other handsomely illustrated Hooklots folders rates etc ads- dro dfi s anv agent of the Southern- By or d C H HUNGERFORD D P A 4 Louisville Ky 11 G B ALLEN A G P A St r Louis C RINEARSON G P AJ iIW C Route Cincinnati O QIDec atft April 1 IntoIIts the little colds that grow big colds the huh colds that and in consumption and dmth Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup rKI LL I AND THE CURE IWITH h i u il 1 12 THE LUNGS I Dr KingsI 1 ti Hrl New Discovery I f R IFOR OHSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS l PrlcoI m- fj Free Trial I Surest and Quickest Cure for all fTolESDrR P Buckmaster steopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win ODomiolls 185 Main Street Will bo in oflico TUESDAY THURSDAY I and SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 875 4 f tfI ifbMi 14 rJt q f I1111h1rc Ji I cv 1i r Ij1FO IpIIIIJII4J K1 70IIj IiV U i Liii I O 4 I J r Saturday and Saturday Evening I j We Will Sell at Exactly OneHalf PricejI i 3I II9 W EMBROIDERIES AND LAGESjI Skirts Underwear and Outing 1 ventory Clearance Sale Will Continue Through I ======== T AL T TT 4JFloX ================== j PriceBig j I I J i Is DsGOt I Y KE RKflSii U3 ibtUE HxaBM MKi xfc4M I II REUG 1Sl SION EPISCOPAL JASCB Rev A B Chinn the rector being Roy SWHimlyi of Louisville will preach at 11 a- In and 7rfO p m Wednesday 7 0p m Evening Prayer Friday Meeting at 715 p m cordially invited to 1Toachers CHUPCHR o v the pastor wil IlL and 780 p m Sunday nool at 980 a m in tho chapell Endeavor Society moots at 045 i ieI Prayer meeting Wednesday oven I Jng at 780 in the chapel Tho Junior Society moots Tues day a ftori 1111 at 3 oclock Everyboii invited- CATHOLIC C URCH Rev father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p m BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D tho pastor will r at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Baraca Class at 945 a m taught by the pastofc Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in tho chapel atj 045 ip m Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats ireo- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J MoC Blaynoy D D will preach at 11 a in and 780 m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tine Endeavor at 080 p in- Prayermooting Wednesday event t1 ing at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomedI METHODIST CHURCHRov O A Vaught tho pastor will at 11 n in and 780 p m 1JSundaysuhool at 945 a m Junior League at H p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayer me0ting on Wednesday Jevpning at 780 p in invited to attend I b SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowo pas f tor Rev J Addison Smith will spread at 11 a m and 780 p in Sl1ndR Hchoolnt 080 a m 14Young Peoples Society at 080 Prn ormooting Wednesday at 780 lli oclock Everybody invited to pattendU i PROTRACTED MEETING AT SOUTHERN CHURCH IiI Large congregations have at 1tonded the services at tho Sou horn J tCllan Churoi all this week i The interest is increasing steadily i Rev 1 Addison Smith tho elo quont evangelist has boon preach lee able and searching sermons undividedatThe meetings will continuo next week Services afternoon and evening I The church has boon greatly re- t vived and quits a number of add tions have boon made to tho mem J borsliipr GOES INTO BANKRUPTCY Wo regret exceedingly to learn that Mr Sain I Rodde who has been running the Bazaar Store In this city for tho last two years has been compelled to apply for a discharge as a bankrupt Recently Mr Roddo lost his little boy in whom his heart was wrapped up and his grief at his loss produced ill health to such an extent that ho was unable to give his busi ness the attention required 3 His many friends deeply sympathize with him in his double trouble NEW L N DEPOT The contract has been lot for the construction of tho new L S N depotMr Spencer Cryor of the Elk Hotel has the contract at the price of 31000 for the principal part of the work The building is to bo completed by the first of September Every one who lives hero or who comes horn on business will rejoice to learn that the new depot is assured o COMMUNICATED Bagdad Ky Jan 12 1005 Editor Roundabout Will you kindly allow me space to thank the friends of Belle point who contributed flowers to tho memory of my beloved uncle Oscar Clark Also I want to thank tho friends of Harvielanci who stood by him so faithfully and lent such a help fug hand in his last Illness- Heslootfully NELLIE MILES =Are You Tired Nervous and Sleepless Nervousness ajd sleeplessness aro usually duo to fact that tho nerves are not fed on properly nourishing blood they are starved nerves Dr Pierces JureIuro run as youfeeltoned up and Invl good for a whole lot of physical ormental work Best of all the strength and In laxtlnijTho icines which have a large booming salo for a short time Is that they are largely composed of alcohol holding tho drugs In solution This alcohol shrinks up tho red blood and In tho long run greatly inures tho system One may feel exhilarated tumid better for tho time being et In the end weakened and with vitality lledlcalIBudic of honest In a full list or all Its several ingredients For tho druggist to offer something ho claims Is Just as IntelligenceEvery the- worldfinned Golden ledlca Discovery has tho unanimous approval and endorse mont of tho leading medical authorities of all the several llIOJls of practice No other medicine sold through druggists for Hko purposes has any suck endorsement rite Golden Medical Discovery not only produces all the good effects to ho- obtained from the uso of Golden Seal root In all stomach liver and bowel troubles as In dyspepsia biliousness con stipation ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments but tho Golden Seal root used In Its compound log Is greatly enhanced in Its curative ac tion hr other Ingredients such as Stone root Jiluck Cherrybark Bloodroot Man drake root and chemically pure triple glycerineThe Sense Medical Adviser Is sent freo In paper covers on receipt of 21 onecent stumps to pay the cost of ing only For 31 the clothbound volume will bo sent Address Dr H V Pierce lluffalo N Y Dr PIcrcos Pleasant Pellets euro con stipation biliousness and headache ir t NATURES ESSENCE x racted from the Roots of Native Forest Plants Go Straight Back to Nature for Your Health There is Your Strength Consider your body as an which supplies you with all enginei mind and body Keep the welt oiled anti it runs does not groan in doing its work But let the stomach which is the firebox to the human engine get out of kil ter and we soon meet with disaster The products of undigested and de composing food is poison to the system v We do not live on what we eat but on what we digest assimilate and take up in the blood The blood in turn feeds the nerves the heart and the whole svstem and all goes well with us if the blood be kept pure and rich Ii- I not then the liver which is the human filter within us gets clogged up and poisons accumulate in the body from overeating overdrinking or hurriedly doing both The smashup occurs when the blood is poisoned by the stomach and liver being unable to take care of the overload The red flag of danger is thrown out in the shape of eruptions on the skin or in nervous ness and sleeplessness the sufferer be coming blue despondent and irritable because the nerves lack nourishment and are starved Natures laws are perfect if only we obey them but disease follows disobedience Go straight to Nature for the cure to the forest there are mysteries there some of which we can fathom for you Take the bark of the Wildcherry tree with Mandrake root root Queens root Bloodroot and Golden Seal root make a scien tile Glyceric extract of them with just the right proportions and you have Dr Pierces Medical Discovery It took Dr Pierce with the assist ance of two learned chemists and phar macists many months of hard work experimenting to perfect this vegetable alterative tonic extract of the great est elliciency To make rich red blood to properly nourish the nerves and the and cure that lassitude and feeling of weakness and nerve exhaustion take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It boars THE BADGE OF HONESTY upon every bottle in the full list of its ingredients printed in plain English and it has sold more largely in the past forty yerrs than any other blood purifier and stomach tonic The refreshing influence of this ELECTROCUTED On Saturday evening a prisoner in the local penitentiary by time namo of Win Davis who was a trusty III the electrical department was instantly killed by taking hold of a fallen wire in tho prison yard which was heavily charged with electricity It seems that time wire was a tale phone wire and had oomo in eon tact with an electric wire some where in the city and thus become charged with the deadly fluid Another prisoner who attempted to pick Davis up was stunned and rendered unconscious for about an hour Coroner L S Graham hold an it extract is like Natures influencethe blood is bathed in the invigorating tonic which gives life to it and the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated in the system The Discovery cures all skin affections blotches pimples eruptions and boils heals old sores or ulcers swellings scrofulous affections whiteIkindred ailments The II Golden Medical just the tisue builder and tonic you require when recovering from a hard cold grip pneumonia or a lon of fever or other prostrating diseaseI No matter how strong the constitution our stomach and liver are apt to be Clout of kilter occasionally In consequence our forI the stomach is the laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood It is a trite saying that no man is stronger than his stomach DrPierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomachputs it in shape to makejl pure rich bloodhelps the kidneys to expel the poisons from the body and thus cures both liver and kidney troubles If you take natural blood purifier and tonic thisIwill assist your system in ing each day a pint of rich red that is invigorating to the brain and nerves The weak nervous rundown debilitated condition which so many people suffer from is usually the effect of poisons in the blood it is often in dicated by pimples or boils appearing on the skin the face becomes thin and the feelings blue Dr Pierces Dis coven cures all blood humors as well vigorI medicine put up for sale through drug gists for like purposes that contaios neither alcohol nor harmful drugs and the only one een ot has the professional whichI the leading medical writers country Some of these extractsand will be sent to any address free on of request therefor by letter or postal card addressed to Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y It tells just what Dr Pierces medicines are madeof The Words of Praise for the sev eral ingredients of which Dr Piercea medicines are composed by lenders in all the several schools of medical prac tice and recommending them for the cure of the diseases for which the II Golden Medical Discovery is advised should have far more weight with the sick and afflicted than any amount of the socalled II testimonials so con spicuously flaunted before the public- b those who are afraid to let the ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known Bear in mind that theII Golden Medical Discovery has TilE EADQE OP HONESTY on every bottb wrapper in a full list of its ingredients Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation invigorate the liver and regulate stomach and bowels Inquest and tho remains of Davis wore shipped to his wife who lives In LouisvilleA feature of tho alTair was tho faut that Davis haul made an exceptionally good prisoner and his term would have oxpiiod in March It was almost a miracle Burdock Blood Hitters cured mo of a terrible breaking out all over time hotly T am very grateful Miss Julia Fi bridge West Cornwoll Conn lr Ylriivora Trcit Syinp for the blood i Cerate for akin utaptt i Kodol Dyspepsia Gut a Digests what you eat Ii iIAl nIIi i u CHEAP RATE To New Orleans and Mobile Ac count of Mardi Gras One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on sale Febru ary 21 to J5 Extreme limit March 17 won For full particulars apply toI C W HAY GPAJnny 13to F 25 IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes In time of Southern i Ky trains will become etleetlvo No 1 now leaving Louisville at 780 a m will depart at S a m No 9 now leaving Louisville at 850 p m will depart at 880 p in No 23 now leaving Louisville at 7125 p m will depart at 745 p m No U4 now leaving Lexington at J10 a m will depart at 545 atm No 2 now leaving at 580 p m will depart at o p m Correspond changes will be made at local stations and passen gers intending tu use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HLNGKRFORD D P A 12D15 ciffi8 Early Risers The famous little pills 1 d 7f genuineLaxative r1 the remedy that cares n colt In one day New Fast TrainTO I oloradoUTAAND PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May 19 Tho now trains will lenvo l n rut daily The evening trains to saute points 1010 in dully Double daily service sleeping car service for SanFran tl llon tickets now on sale information call on or address IThrouh KT G MATTHEWS ls AJt Louisville Ky 4 H C TOWNSEND 8 Ticket Alt St Louis Mo 1 50 YEARSIEXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS j COPYRIGHTS eAnyone sending g sketeh IAdfdescription may 5 1omlllunlrtlclll y patentsIatents tve- fPt 11 notice without charge In tbo Sciuhifl loerirah-s handsomely illustrated weekly Lnrgest euiatlon ot any tlclcl1l1l1o Journal Terms 53 ttkbynitnewadeatersMUNN Branch Office t25 F St WashlDlton D Cu j Iki I rt i I OO H r7n PC focJT r if i jVp t J r 10 11 i jWe and Salurday Evening Will Sell at Exactly OneHalf Price =rkljir nl dI zn7 f Dv Wt EMBROIDERIES AND LACE1S 1 Skirts Underwear and Outing Cloth Our Pre IlllZ1 1ventory Clearance Sale Will Continue Through f JA 1N lT Fl = == 1 ylg Cuts in Every Department and Every day Something for 12 Price Itio1H ii EJor I t- J S coJt9VtAlYR1 7 Y1oM17W lrRRi l J RELIGIONIl ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUROHRov A H Chinn tht JI rector being sick Rev SWHimly of Louisville will preach at 11 a m and 7rfO Wednesday p in 730 p in Evening Prayort Friday Meeting at 715 p in cordially invited to 1ToachorR OHURCHR o v the pastor will m and 730 p in l Sunday nool at 980 a m in tin J chapel l t Christ if Fndoavor Society moots at 045 i 0I t Prayui looting Wednesday even- ingj at 780 in tho chapel The Junta Society moots Tees day afteri mi at 8 oclock EveryboiJ invited CATHOLIC C 1TRCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p in BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M Adlns D D the pastor will 4preach at 11 a m and 780 p m SU11d school at 945 a in in the chapel Baraca Class at 945 a m taught by tho pastoj Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in tho chapel atj ti4u p i1 mPrayermeeting on Wednesday chapeltF Seats free- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev1 MaC Blayney- D D will preach at 11 a m and 730 m- Sundn sohoolat 980 a m chrisItianinn at 780 p mIVisitors cordially welcomed i I METHODIST CHURCHR e v O A Vaught tho pastor will at 11 n m and 780 p m- Sundaysuhool 1J at 945 a in Junior League at Jt p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m invited to attend 1Everybody1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wing Crowo pas torRov J Addison Smith will ach at 11 a m and 780 p m at 980 a inrlSundRyschooll Society at 080hI fl pmPrn ormootin Wednesday at 780 t t1i Oclock Everybody invited to attend t i d ATILargo congregations have at tondod till services at tho Southern 4J Presbyterian Churai all this week Tho interest is increasing steadily Rov r Addison Smith the elo quont evangelist has boon preach ing able and searching sermons which have hold the undivided at tention of tho congregations Tho meetings will continue next f week Services afternoon and I x Ihrho church has boon greatly re l and quite a number of add I Ijorship tions have boon mado to tho iiium 1ti1- 541IRL9tiYOIC J7wc GOES INTO BANKRUPTCY I Wo regret exceedingly to learn that Mr Saml Rodde who has been running tho Bazaar Store in this city for tho last two years has been compelled to apply for a discharge as a bankrupt Recently Mr Roddo lost his little boy in whom his heart was wrapped Up and his grief at his loss pro duced ill health to such an extent that ho was unable to give his business the attention required g His many friends deeply sym pathize with him in his double trouble NEW L N DEPOT The contract has boon let for tho construction of tho now L S N depotMr Spencer Cryor of tho Elk Hotel has the contract at the price of 31000 for the principal part of the work The building is to bo completed by thofirst of Septol1bcrIEvery one OS or comes hero on business will rejoice to learn that the new depot is assured COMMUNICATED Bagdad Ky Jan 12 1905 Editor Roundabout Will you kindly allow mo space to thank the friends of Belle point who contributed flowers to tho memory of my beloved uncle Oscar Clark Also I want to thank the friends of Harvioland who stood by him so faithfully tied lent such a help fug laud in his lust illness RespectfullyNELLIE MILES =Are You Tired Nervous and Sleepless Nervousness ail sleeplessness are us ually duo to the fact that the nerves aro not fed on properly nourishing Wood they aro ntnrccd nerves Dr Iiotvos Golden Medical Discovery mttlics pure rich blood and thereby tho nerves aro properly nourished and all tho organs of the body are run as smoothly as machinery which runs iti oil In this way you clean strong and strenuous you aro toned up and Invigorated and Oll aro good for a whole lot of physical or mental work Host of all tho strength and In crease In vitality truth health aro Instliiy The most tonics and medicines which have a large booming sale for a short time Is that they are largely I composed of alcohol holding tho drugs in solution This alcohol shrinks up tho red blood and in tho long run I greatly Injures tho system One may feel exhilarated and bettor for tho time beingI In the end weakened maid with vitality hdlcalIin a full list of all its several Ingredients For tho druggist to offer you something ho claims Is just as goodis to Insult your intelligence Every ingredient ontlllnfInto tho worldfamed Golden has tho unanimous approval and endorse ment of time lent medical authorities of all tho several schools of practice No other medicine sold through druggists for lice purposes lies any such endorsement Medical Discovery not only produces all the good effects to ho- obtained from the list of Golden Seal root In all stomach liver and bowel troubles as in dyspepsia biliousness constipation ulceration of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments but tho Golden Seal root used in its compound ing is greatly enhanced nits curative ac tine by other ingredients such us Stone root flack Chcrrylmrk Bloodroot Man drake root and chemically pure triple rolined glycerine The Common Senso Medical Adviser is sent freo In paper covers on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay tho cost of mall only For clothhound volume will ho sentAddress Dr lie V Pierce Buffalo Dr Piercos lloasant Pellets euro constipation biliousness and Uoadache h f w NATURES ESSENCE z racted from the Roots of Native Forest Plants Go Straight Back to Nature for Your Health There is Your Strength CotX ider vour body as an engine I which supplies you with all activity of I mind body Keep the machinery well oiled anu it runs smoothly itI does not groan in doing its work let the stomach which is the firebox to the human engine get II out of kilter and we soon meet with disaster I The products of undigested and de composing food is poison to the system We do not live on what we eat but on what we digest assimilate and take up in the blood The blood in turn feeds the nerves the heart and the whole system and all goes well with us if the blood be kept pure and rich If not then the liver which is the human filter within us gets clogged up and poisons accumulate in the body from overeating overdrinking or hurriedly doing both The smashup occurs when the blood is poisoned by the stomach and liver being unable to take care of the overload l The red flag of danger is thrown out in the shape of eruptions on the skin or in nervous ness and sleeplessness the sufferer becoming blue despondent and irritable because the nerves nourishment and are sterrtedINatures laws are we obey them but disease follows disobedience Go straight to Nature for the cure to the forest there are mysteries there some of which we can fathom for you Take the bark of the Wildcherry tree with Mandrake root root Queens root Bloodroot and Golden Seal root make a scien title extract of them with just the rightproportions1and ou have Dr s Discovery It took Dr Pierce with the assistance of two learned chemists and phar macists many months of hard experimenting to perfect this vegetable alterative tonic extract of the great est efficiency To make rich re blood to properly nourish the nerves and tho and cure that lassitude and feeling of weakness and nerve exhaustion take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It bears THE BADGE OF HONESTY upon every bottle in the full list of its ingredients printed in plain English and it has sold more largely in the past forty yerra than any other blood purifier and stomach tonic The refreshing influence of this EiEC1ROCUVE1- On DISaturday evening a in tho local penitentiaryprlsunerI naino of Win Davis who trusty in time electrical was instantly killed by taking hold of a fallen wire in the pI lson yard which was heavily charged with electricity It seems that the wire was a telephone wire and had come in contact with an electric wire sonic whore in time city and thus become charged with the deadly fluid Anothor prisoner who attempted to pick Davis up was stunned and rendered unconscious for about an hourCoroner L S Graham hold an tt t iJiY extract is like Natures influencethe blood is bathed in the invigorating tonic which gives life to it and the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which accumulated- in the system The It Discover cures all skin affections blotches pimples eruptions and boils heals old sores or ulcers tI swellings scrofulous affections whiteIkindred ailments The It Golden Medical just the tisue builder and tonic you require when recovering from a cold grip pneumonia or a lon of fever or other prostrating discaseI No matter how strong the constitution our stomach and liver are apt to be nout of kilter occasionally In con sequence our blood is disordered for the stomach is the laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood It is a trite saying that no man is stronger than his stomach Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomachputs it in shape to make pure rich bloodhelps the liver and kidneys to expel the poisons from the body and thus cures both liver and kidney troubles If you take natural blood purifier and tonic thisI will assist your system in ing each day a pfnt of rich red blood I that is invigorating to the brain and nerves The weak nervous rundown debilitated condition which so many people suffer from is usuallythe effect of poisons in the bloo j is in dicated by pimples or boils appearing on the skin the face becomes the feelings blue Dr Pierces Discovery cures all blood humors as well as a tonic that makes one vigor ous strong and forceful It is the only medicine put up for sale through drug gists for like purposes that contains neither alcohol nor harmful dru s anti the only one every ingredient ot has the professional whichI the leadingmedical writers are published in a little book of ex tracts from standard medical works and will be sent to any address free on receipt of request therefor by letter or postal card addressed to Dr n V Pierce Buffalo N Y It tells just what Dr Pierces medicines are madeofT- ime tI Words of Praise for the sev eral ingredients of which Dr Pierces medicines are composed by leaders in nil the several schools of medical prac tice and recommending them for the cure of the diseases for which the II Golden Medical Discovery is advised should have far more weight with the sick and afflicted than any amount of coni by those who are afraid to let the ingredients of which their medicines are composed be known Bear in mind that theII Golden Medical Discovery has TilE BADGE OF HONESTY on every botto wrapper in a full list of its in gredients Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation invigorate the liver and regulate stomach and bowels inquest and the remains of Davis wore shipped to his wife who lives iu Louisville A pathetic feature of tho affair was tho faut that Davis hind made exceptionally good prisoner and IIU Irch turns would have expiiod in It was almost n miracle Bur dOll Blood hitters cured mo of a terrible breaking out all over the body I am very grateful Miss Julia Fi bridge West Cornwall Conn I Dr Weaver Trciti Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin opU Kodol Dyspepsia Gut a Digests what you oat r t i i4 1 1I1J HEAP HATEITo New Orleans and Mobile Ac count of Mjirdi tints One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on sale February 21 to 21 Extreme limit March IT IDOO For full particulars apply to C W HAYapAJany 13to F 25 IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes in time of Southern Rj trains will become effective No 1 now leaving Louisville at 780 a m will depart at S a m No 9 now leaving Louisville ac 850 p m will depart at 880 p in No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 pm No 24 now leaving Lexington at1510 a m will depart at 545 a m No 2 now leaving Lexington at 580 p in will depart at 5 p m Gorrespondinu changes will be made at local stations and passen gers intending tu use these trauma should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HLNGERFORD D P A 12D15 Llttiito S Early Risers The famous little pills j efJo gonuinoLaxativethe remedy that urfS n cold In ono day j New Fast TrainTO I CooradoUTATHEPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May 19 Tho now trains will leave St n in daily TIll ovoninu trains to same points 1010 in dully Double dully service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran see Excursion tickets now on salo For further information call on or address I KTQ MATTHEWS Trav Pass Amt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gun Pass t Ticket At St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS cItlonsKtrietlyoontUleiitlal HANDBOOK on Inteuta patentsInteiitd ive tptcUil notice without charge lu the Scientific Himrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrccst cir culation of any cclontlUo Journal Terms I3 it year four months L Soul by all newsdeal- ersMUNNCo36Bfoada New York Urancb Offlco 625 F Sfc Washlnuton D C vt t j c 1fy r U 1 irD For tho Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FRANKFORT No V The educational interests of Frankfoit WHO originally com prised in n common school Ins h ioned after the present county school system and a number of private schools for males and females or restricted to either class and sustained by individual contributions in the shape of SeS- sion foes These latter schools were of the highest class and some of them acquired a reputation that extended throughout tho State and even beyond its borders Tho Sayro School in particular was unique in its conduct and training combining both physical anti mental culture with n rigorous discipline that admitted of no denial although characteristic in1 its application Jt was said of this famous pedagogue that II Is morning prayers in the school room were always said with both eyes open and woo to the pupil who indulged in fantastics under the delusion that the head of the business had his thoughts concentrated on things above Many stories are extant of humorous incidents as colored by lapse of time occurring in tho Sayro school room Graduates from his school have filled and are filling many of tho highest positions in social civil military naval and diplomatic life rue school of Mrs Mary Trayno Runyan was also distinguished for success in female education fur nishing to society tunnyof its most cultured and accomplished queens and favorites Tho Kentucky Military Institute was a valuable ally to Frankforts educational progress and under Colonels Allen and Morgan contributed to the education of scores of the young men of Frankfort The following are perhaps most of the private schools taught in this city in the earlier days before the establishment of tho city pub lic school in its more modern phaseFrankfort High School by Miss H M Brown and Maj F E Zirr lautGreenwood Seminary by Mrs Mary Trayne Runyan and Miss A L Brawnor Franklin Female Institute by Dr Francis Lloyd Female Eclectic Institute by Rev P S Fall B B Sayros School Frankfort High School by Prof E A Grant Mrs Johnsons School Montrose Law School by Judge Thos B Monroe Frankfort Female College by Rev Geo W Smiley Frankfort High School by Mrs J F Price High School for Young Ladies Rev J U Hendrick The Frankfort Normal School by Sidney Wilbur Female High School Rev H M McMurdyRev r Robinsons School for Young Ladles Mrs Hallie E Todds Academy Mrs Mary Willis Todds Academy f Mrs A L Franklins school The first school building that donated a new era in the educational progress of Frankfort was erected in 1809 under tho energetic and philanthropic plans and coopera tine efforts of the trusteesCol John Mason Brown Dr J M Mills and Dennis L Holy These gen demon not only gave their personal labors without remuneration to tho work but pledged their per 6onal credit in raising a part of tho funds to complete tho now build r1This building was subsequently burned down and the present new i building erected and dedicated in 3880 Prof Saml P Browder of Louisville was tho first superin tendent succeeded in turn by Prof McHenry Rhodes of Hartford 1 Prof S L Frogge of Midcllosboro and Prof H U McKee of this city Tho manner as well as tho style of common school education hast greatly changed since the olden t days Moral suasion has nearly supplanted physical culture through tho instrumentality of tho hickory rod Rough wooden benches with split pin logs have been succeeded by polished soats with easy backs and varnished desks Adaptable elementary text Ibooks have tOO often unfortunately a 1 r been replaced by the worthless publications of the book companies name to sell and introduced by bribery S R S e CURE YOUR KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life When a Frankfort Citizen Shows You the Cure Why will people continue to suffer complaintbIHWldse ness headache languor why allow themselves to become chronic in valids when a certain cure is offered them Doans Kidney Pills is the rom edy to use because it gives to the perform If you lunl any even one of the symptoms of kidney disease euro yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in testimonyJStreet carpenter by trade now le thirtyfiveand weakness in my back The trouble I know cause from the kidneys especially from tho left one this being the most affected Some times I could scarcely rise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take mo in my left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weak ness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night and it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals I took various medicines which all promIsed the recollection of these very facts which makes mo so appreciate the remedy which also afforded mo a genuine anti lasting benefit I re for to Dorms Kidney Pills which WIGnmy friends as a remedy that can be uponFor dealers Price 50 cents FostoivMilburn Cu Buf tlloIRemember the name Doans and take no other o VANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and until order house assistant manager man or woman for this territorySalary ndvancoellWorkNo investment or experience re partieultus envelopeCOOPER CO 1H2 Lake St Chicago 111 1312t rPERFECTION ATTAINED Perfection can only be attained in tho physical by allowing nature dissipatehergripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowing tho liver to assume normal activity Good for the complexion W H Howell Hous ton Tex says For years I have myfamilyfor constipation Sold by J W Gayle A BAD SCARE Somo day you will got a bad scare when you feel a pain in your appendbitlsSaLife Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness j costiveness etc Guaranteed at all druggists only 25c Try them BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from Ga in to 9 pill except 11 a in 1 und S p in Leave Paris for Lexington every exI every a in to 11 p in except 11a m 1 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 currying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 350 p in Loaves Georgetown tit 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris tit 11 85 a m Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties und for school business nnd family tickets can bo had on application at tho com panys office 404 West Main street E T Phone 010 Home Phone 1274 R T GUMS Manager tf FROM OUR SAILOR BOY Hamption Roads Va January 10 08 the boat all UOllndoboutI would drop you you know I am still well and enjoying the best of health When I got back I wont to the training station to see all of tho Frankfort hoes and was talking to them most all day 1 told them that the Capitol was com pleted told tho new depot and court house were almost completed ants told them all about the now streetcar line I told Dummy Payno that Fort Hill was moved out to tho Old Crow Distillery Dum my said it may bo moved but lie was from Missouri and you had to show him They all seem noxious to come home but they all would ntterI25th for Cleabia West Indies and havo target practice Then como bath to dirty old Now York City and stay there a while Then make that European cruise for three years and six months Then como home Every time I got a Round about I read everything in it ads and all I think you will have to wait till we do some traveling boforo r can write you a long let ter Wait till I como back from this cruise anti then I cnn talk some I think the best thing I can do with this letter is to ring oft allIYours truly 0 J SHEETINGER U S S West Virginia CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturf of CLIMATIC CURLS The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too cnn do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreois made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and tho 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 takingGermanlarly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tho thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottle 25c j regular size 75c At all drug gists 1 yr CHAPS NO MORE You need never ho annoyed by chapped or roughened This is a hint it will bo well heed because heeding means toI much and costs so little It impossible for tho skin to chap roughen or redden when you regularly use Cuticilla Cream Delightful to use is entirely absorbed und begins healing the moment it is applied Price 15c Large Bottle 25c JulW GAYLE DruggistICorner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky IIIndPromotes tigcsUonCheerful ns neither OpiumiMorphiruJ nor JincIa1 NOT NARC OTICIII AYrpr ofola2G S JofllEJJ1TIEl1 lffrJ for lion SourStomachDiarrhoea- WormsConvutsionsYcverisll ness andLoss OF SLEEP Toe Simile Signaturc of NEW YORK I I IEXACT COPY OT WBAfiPEB i n EFFECUVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND Ex Sand PMLeave I 22581o I 850 416 485 1449 610 Mts is No4 Daily Ex Sun AM Leave 745 825 918 923 1008 1029 1180 NO81jDllily Lc1 1760 I to 62 0 and AND I Stations WWinchester Clay City Stanton Natural Hridgo Torrent Beattyvillo Junction ITIIckson 0 A 480 401 847 Trains No 3 and 4 other daily except Sunday nn n connect at d Trains No 8 and 4 connect at Junction with tho L fcA By for local station J R BARB CHARLES SCOTT General Manager O P A OHIO AND o 19 IA M I 930 1125 843 880 715 741 I 20 40 44 57 No 22 DeilyEx PM Lye 235 930 158I52 128 100 Stations Jackson Junction Wilhurst rgWt Hclrehnwn Cannel City close connection with points Lexington Eastern CONLEY SOLID IN TRAVEL MEANS HanaBISOnBontB Free Chair Cars Louisville Kentucky and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANJ SOUTHWEST If you trip or change of location in tho near fu tho Henderson Route HabitIt tho comfortable line and comfortable train in la always good habit to acquire At least givo us tho opportunity of naming you rates Wo have tho equipment the train service time free chair oars and tho rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT H L J IRWIN Pass Agt Gen Pass AtHENDERSON KY CASTORIA For Infants The You Have Always Bought the Signatureof AlThe vr You Have Always Bough- t1CASTORIA TNt CENTAljR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLE WESTBOUND No2I IIoon I O K a a a a I J Mss I 67 40 I Ex Daily I 830Un U1 430 510 518 515 f I Ex Sand Id- Ar 828 No2Dully Ex Sand PM Ar 1120 1121 1152 I15SI 1228 1245 NoS Daily Ex Sun IPMAr trains IKRyBeattyriHo Beattyville and KENTUCKY RAILWAY Nons Sun 625 Mts 0- to 13 19 21 27 + Nos 21 and 22 will make at O K Junction Nos 8 and 4 for on tho and Railwayil L COMFORT Tile Reclining on Between Points contemplate tureHGotIt traveling P J GALLAGHER Trav ROUTE- LOUISVILLE Children Kind Bears 194 IAMAr IDRily 1010I 80I I6os 22i Superintendent Queen and GrescentRoute Shortest Route AN- DQuickest SCI1BtlnIB BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA AI I ANTAB- IRMINGHAM SHREVEPORTNEW AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Mattertj G E CLHRKE T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky n