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I l l THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT l J GEO A LKAVTS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In AdlllceI I YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 27 19Ca NO 2JHALF PRICE l 5 On ChristmasGoodsu w Today prices on what is left of Christmas Cut GI ToysMedallions retailrI L prices will bring to a big end the largest sale of Christmas goods ever known in CentralI canrClothing Furnishing Goods and Shoes R 1 K McCLURE SON 2I2U ST GLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY Written for jo Roundabout NARCOTICS fMr Webster defines this turm to f moan an opiate inducing sloop 1 An opiate is a mediojno containing opium causing sleep Opium is the inspissated juice of the poppy and the poppy is a soporific plant The lengthening of this chain of evidence is as pronounced and posi tive as the tightening coils envelop ing the human family in a far moro dangerous condition from which t there is no amelioration neither a shadow of turning The fascination wit i which a f rattlo snake is endowed charms inovel so wisely still the thing stcoming within the scope or the power of its encircling folds loses the possibility of escapement aril in a state of helplessness looks r with horror upon the glittering sin l ister eyes and still in looking re 1celves the poisonous fangs and death = It is the most oppressive tax question that has confronted the people of these United States since c tea was thrown overboard a question at once so vital to the in torests of the country at large and so contingent to the condition of health and morals that it is in cumbent upon the dispensers of medicine on the physicians pro soriptions and the persons or nurses whoso duty it is to adminis ter the same that all closes con taming any drug whereby the senses of sick patients may bo im paired or stupefied should bo at onco stopped and their usage dis continued forever I The constant use of opatos in the South reflects upon the injudicious administra tion of the drug for any pain or Jr ache Tho patient of course re sorting to tho remedy whenever ay the return of pain suggested a pan i f acea In this way the habit of using morphine cocaine absinthe drugs has become a fixed fcondition your correspondent wit nessing such sights of anguished hopelessness that tho sad linage is retained forever In tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky one comes face to face with women whoso blanched countenance incH f oats depraved and vicious appe confiding the sad ItconsequOlOeS of a physicians ad of the pacificator l y Ho said The custom universal heroriot exactly but hits a how thor men hev ter ther women cant table hed ter take I hodako Dr see so commentary ofi mountains where one pose there were no such ments as headaches or I fiend In our morphine own city of danger exists to such extent among tho that its awful paront to the most casual In two well known my own observation own people whore death a cure might have boon tho nurses had not phine In another case line of an Acquaintance deliberately gave own recognizance sooth tho patient could and sho was tired with him to grow quiet No is with those evidences that whisky drinking b become a lost art and as an aid to soothe conditionst have gradually usurped opiates and are growing etleto and dreamyeyed women of the orient noon in those times mont of this commercial which should ho lawful edict and used Oll a poison for vermino The narcotics in r compare favorably with of opiates the death rate city being 11 to 1rlllII gard on tho part of tians to the wild and tremes of religious show a decided profit of chnngoIts nohnd if I choose to attend amusement play tho gamine or dance to my sire Am I not my free white and 21 Its mate sequence of a National State county inimical indisposition with anything which directly or indirectly majority while the far as help is imposed where glory waits There are but two I necessary for a hearing to thisIquestion An attentive ear n pronounced attitude to the awful crime of selfimmolation and unI warranted suicide which if not stopped by some act of law must become as great a nuisance to the welfare of individual and concerted life as the leprosy or consumption j Tho only way to stop a habit is to stop it and if God is for you i there is no further need of N S helpI January 23 15100 e e i Its folly to suffer from that hor riblo plaiiuo of the night itching piles Doans Ointment cures anydrugTERRIBLE ACCIDENT t I About 12 oclock on Tuesday Mary Samuels Williams tho bright and attractive three year old j laughter of Judge Hen G Williams of this city accidentally sot fire to her clothing while playing with matchos in the bathroom of Judge Williams residence on MurJ ray street and was fatally burned ft seems that the little one had gone to the bathroom and by some menus got hold of some matches and struck ono thus starting the blaze IIHertionof Mr J L Wasson who was passing and who ran to the childs assistance cook followed by tho colored I Tho clothing of the little one was torn off but not until the damngo was done Tho cook was pretty badly burnod alsoIDrs N M Garrott and John GI South were summoned and did all that was possible to alleviate time little darlings sufferings but she was too badly burned to survive and passed away at 8 oclock Tues lay night Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev C R Hudson at 2 oclock on Wednesday from the Christian Church Chapel and the remains wore tenderly laid to rest in our cemetery Ihe sympathy of tho whole com munity is extended to tho stricken family in their terrible sorrow T Neglected colds make fat grave yards Dr Woods Norway Tine Syrup helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age H t1ihii UIit ft1t VI ASTARTLINSALE OF New Embroideries No savingopportunityMORNING about 15OOO YardsVT Of greatopening wehave est collection ever shown in this city We boughtJ IowLot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot Lot 6 Lot 7 consists embroideries worth 74 S and jOe yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 124 15 and 20c yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 15 20 and 25c per yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 20 25 and 80c per yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 25 80 and35c per yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 30I35 and 40c per yard sale price consists of embroideries worth 40 50 and 75c per yard sale price U 4143 ST CLAIR g 1 01 J 4 STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION State Press Association hold meeting at the Opera House IIn this city on Tuesday lastrrho boys to the number of somo 75 wore on hand as lively las crickets and full of get up and Igor I1he Association was called to order by President Gullion Dr E Hume Mayor of the city made a short address of welcome which was responded to on behalf of tho Association by Col Clarence E Woods Mayor of Richmond dud Editor of tho Delta of Sigma Nu A number of proposed laws were reported to the body and discussed amondod lord ordered presented to tilt A delightful lunch was served by the Business Mons Club of this city at the Elks Home In the afternoon tho members wore taken to the now capitol grounds on the street cars At the night session a numbor of delightful addresses wore louvered which wore thoroughly on joyod by all prosont At tho adjournment tho tI gang It voted that it had boon one of the host conventions over held by that body Casa IX eJBoars the Signatureof The Kind You Have Always Bought 5c Ydl lOc yd 14c Ordk19c yd 23c yd 29c yd 59c yd I C KAGIN BRO AJI STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY ITho Legislature aI areI1lft r i vcttiiifnge They are not food t ft I puthorse3 per package For sale by J IV Gayle and t I LeCouwte Gayle e THE PACIFIC COAST ti TouristsSeollng + thePaulfiltry during tho period of low rates h to Portland and California points nilIncluclingHannlinn Rookies a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi t tion City Americas virgin play MountHooI r iI iItmountains of Colorado the sub j brushItas I roach all by the roost comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a L Louil11oiIlustrntedlitornturn xIntelligiblyytJuBothBacon D P A Moiion Route Louisville Ky S X j lf t t rd3 I THE BEST BRAND LADIES II MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ==Mr Alex Daveao of Covlngtou as hero Thursday I Judgo W F Hull of Harlnn wns In tho city yesterday Mr Too LeCompte of Lexington I spent Sunday here Dr John P Stewart has returned I from a Southern trip Mr James Heene and wife spent Thursday in Judge John D Carroll of New- Castle was hero this week Mr Thos R Harrison of Louis Ville was hole this week Hon R W Slack of Owensboro I was in the city Tuesday Col W J3 Haldoman of Louis I yule was here Tuesday Mr J M Allen of Cynthiana was among the press Rang Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Thursday Mr Jas A Hod es of Louisville was in the city on Saturday Editor Ed Shinnick of tho Shelby Record was here Tuesday Col G G Fetter of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Mr A U Scott visited at his old home in Versailles Monday Judge H C Faulkner of Bar bourville was here this weekI Gen N B Hays returned Wednesday from City f Rev Dr 1 McC BIlne left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs Jennie T Card relatives in Louisville Prof J J Rucker of George town was in the city yesterday Miss Maggie J LeCompto of Hiexlngton visited hero Thursday Capt E M Drane returned from City Thursday Hon J Banford White of was in tho city this week k i Cal Chas 3t Lewis of Shelby ville was in tho cily on Tuesday Mrs N Powell Taylor of Hen derson was a visitor hero this week J Mr John T Rodman of Louis ville was u visitor here this week Col Chins M Lewis of Shelby ville was among the editorial gang v Miss Mary Mason Scott visited relatives in Louisville this week Col A B Hammond and wife have returned from Cleveland O Mr John A Herring of Georgetown was a visitor here on yester i day Mr W W Boyett of Woodford county was in the city on Thursday Mr Richard A VanDerveer of Lexington was in the city Tues day Cut J and wife visited relatives in Louisville this John Moagher of Louisville was a witness in circuit court this W Q Adams of tho Owons bore Inquirer was here to the Con M H Insko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was in the city this week Prof C J Norwood State Geologist of Lexington was In tho city this week Editor David B Wallace of tho Warsaw was in the vlty Tuesday Capt Ed M Drane Postmaster of this City this Capt R i iR 1 i mX Our big stockof Wool Dress Goods is here Wolmvo nil tho now shades Greys Alice Blue Tan Green and in Batiste Prunella Pnnnnia Henrietta Granite Serge Popular prices 50e GOc 75c 100 New Silks n Black and Colors See our 100 Silks New Wash Goods Percals Cambrics find Madras for Skirts and Waists at lOc 12 12c and 15c Vhite Goods Laces Corsets Editor of tho Sun Sentinol was hero Miss Jessie Clark of is tho guest of her brother Mr Frank D Clark Editors A A and P M Bow mar of tho Woodford Sun wore in tho city Mrs John C Noel and grandson Silas loft Monday for Punta Gorda Fla Mrs Julo Day of is tho guest of Mrs George Baker Third Avenue Mrs John G South is the guest of her parents Gov and wife in Miss Lucy Chinn visited her sis ter Miss Atihyn Chinn at State College this week I Hon W O Davis of Woodford county was in tho city Mrs Cornelia Bush was the guest of her son Mr Sam S Bush at this week Mr C W Friend County Attorney of Estill county was in the city on Dan E Assistant City of was in tho city this week Mr John M Scott of spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Mr Howard UmetJuiu of State College Spoilt Sunday with his parents on the South Side Mr L A West of Irvine was in the city on on busi ness in tho Court of Appeals Miss Lizzie Darnell of Duckers was the guest of Mrs W W Dar nell Conway street this week Mrs Ion B Nail of if the guest of her nephew Mr J Gray McLean Third A Mrs J W Dodd of who has been the guest of P Stewart leis returned Mr John H but of this city was a visitor here this Miss Annie Logan Mull of town was the guest of Mrs Hobson Shelby street this Mr Hughes Jackson of Lexing ton was tho guest of his grand father Mr W J Hughes this week Mr John JJEstill and wife of Clear Water Iowa woro guests of Dr John W Gaylo and family this week Mrs Jos T Bryan of was tho guest of her mother Mrs Maria A Murphy street this week Col Clarence E Woods Mayor of anti Editor of the Delta was with the press gang on Alice of Mid way was the guest of her parents Mr Henry and wife this week Mrs S J Zelglor of Pinkstaif Ills who has been very ill is wo are glad to say very much im Vm of Easton Penn is tho guest of his parents Mr Jas F and wife Shelby street Miss Lizio Jacobs of who has been the guest of her brother Mr Ferd Jacobs has re turned home Col Thos M Porter tho travel ing for a big dry goods house was in tho city anti Annie Tucker of were guests of Mrs Albert T Kirtloy on Holmes street this week Col E Polk Johnson Special Agent of the with at was in the city this week Mr Louis Landram of Lancas t tI ter was in the city We are glad to say that ho has recov ered from a severe illness Miss Ora V Leigh who has been tho guest of her brother Mr Ed O Leigh loft for Salt Lake City Utah to Miss ville who has been tilt guest of Miss Nina street has returned home Hon Claude B TonIll of Bur where ho was once a leader Mr J D Bahbago Editor of tho News was hero to attend tho and Wade us a very call Miss J Russell and Mrs Mary R B Day left Monday for Texas to spend tho rest of tho winter with their sister Mrs L M P Davis and wife were called to Louisville to attend thin funeral of Mrs Davis mother Mrs L Samuels of H Crutchor of Los Angeles Cal who has been visiting her Col j N Crutcher West Side has gone to Now York City Rev J Addison Smith who has boon a meet ing at the Southern Church left for his home at La DYING OF FAMINE Is in its torments Mice dying of The progress of con from tho to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had in its first stage writes Win Myers of Cearfoss trying different medi cines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr King Now Discov stores price fie and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Sacoetsfal treatment for blood and skin diseases to post signs advertise und distribute Salary 18 weekly b per day for expenses State ago and present IDEAL SHEAR CO 89 St Chicago 204m can locate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas and Indian Wo have a largo list of lands in theso States ranging from 100 an acre up We have a number of tracts of lands in Franklin county ranging from 1000 an acre up Wo call special attention to four vacant lots in Ky These lots urn located each 50x140 feet and all for the low price of 500 If you have a farm for sale or town for sale list it with us wo will find you a buyer If you have land to rent wo will find you a tenant C X CO Agents Elk Hotel Ky Jany 204t t IBOYSI 1 CHARLES Ju FRANKFORT KY I I PERSONAL Cincinnati GeorgoItown Washington DaliflloI Washington WinI- chestor IJRodman weekMr weekMr ventionCapt Independent woekI Guaranteed Embroideries HoseCADE WEITZEL Tuesday Vanceburg Tuesday Louisville Bradley Louisville ExCounty Attorney Thursday Louisville Wednesday- Col OSullivan Atttorney Louisville Louisville Wednesday Louisville venueiSholbyville DrJj Maysville formerly weoki Louisville Wapping Richmond TuesdayMiss Crumbaugh Crumbaugh provedMr Montgomery Montgomery Versailles evangelist Cincinnati MondayMisses Ploasureville Treasury Department headquarters Louisville Tuesday Wednesday resldoI Hazelrigg Washington Wednesdaylooking Breckinridge Cloverport Convention pleasant Margaret MansMr Wednesday ShelbyvilleMrs fatherinlaw conducting protracted Presbyterian Thursday Richmond consumption sumption beginning consumption Mtlafter perfootlyi prevontsI WANTEDDistrict Managers samples employment Randolph FOR SALE FARMSWe Oklahoma Territories Winohester desirably property BOWLING Frankfort I SILK SALE I Continued Next Week We will continue same cut that prevailed last week on Silks A chance to got a Silk Waist or Dress for a trifle Last Call On Linens Table Linens Towels Napkins Crashes Linen Lawns Dress Linens c We imported large lot of towels for our annual sale but they came in too late or aju the last moment Wo will how ever give our customers the benefit of our purchase Short length Dress Goods and Remnants for Skirts or Misses Dresses very cheap F J HEENEY I WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any This is the class of trade we seek Our lwicelstrictly HAND MADE and will out wear factory made job several times over ones is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying Ve make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Vrite or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to youJwithout cost f Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY I H K WAIID President G M J3HorXJXGI JWhy Buy McClures bocausoItFIRST THE PRICE It costs but ono dollar u year or less than tun cents n number for I totwentySECONDQUALITY The rending mutter is written Americas loading best short story writers tho bet writers on timely articles the best writers serials Huch as SchurzwJUcmlninces or Bakers articles wrlterllthoI f THIRDTIMELINESS Tho McOluroV is not entertaining amusing Instructive U11111nllllrlnr11I is ulso about thu tmbjecfs and nil Americans are most at the time No subjects In next twelve months oflifeful interesting WilY FOURTH ITS CHARACTER McCluros Magazine not edited for children but at tho sumo time there is never a lino in it that any young girl might not reed Its advertising pages are as clean us its editorial pu- gesMcClures Magazine In your homo Is Intended to work for good Send 100 for ono years or leave an order at your bookstore November and December free with new for ijvU 4 subscriptionIS S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW You can earn a good income by taking up tho business of securing subscribers TheWayprtte today for n 4 uh u L rV r THE WHITE CARNIVALJ r j Begins at our storo Monthly morning Our annual showing of the worlds most immaculate products A weeks rnvi1 in a riot of J i Fine Laces Embroideries Sheer White Goods Linens Persian Lawns Lingerie Coths J 1i And a complete lino of this class of mntetinbI t ywROllndnboutI SOME FURTHER FACrSj IMuchand dosorvodly so of tho Board of School Trustees who caused to ho- I erected tho building to which the i t Frankfort City School was trans ferred lid they found the sohoolI after its having boon established I 9 + and acceptably conducted during two years term of 1505 and 1KOO and t housolathe said school by Mrs Ames L It Franklin who by her success as teacher of the South Frankfort Dis- trictt- School during six and one half consecutive years had educated public opinion which had pre viousy hold it a disgrace to send I child to a free school to demand nI free school for North Frankfort Frequent importunities by citi zens of North Frankfort for the privilege of sending thoir children to Mrs Franklin induced her to propose to the City Counoil of Frankfort in the 1805 vacation to 4 herself provide a suitable building J school furniture fuel etc and one irr assistant teacher and conduct a di city school for girls any ago within school limit and boys under twelve forisum of 1500 fifteen dollars per school year Mrs nccoptedtcity school commenced in Septem her 1805 forty years ago 1rhesession of 1815 and 1800 en 1 and averaged more than 100 M f pupils Tho session of 18j and tf 1807 enrolled and averaged more than 150 pupils A number of said sdpupils now reside in Frankfort and can testify to tho valuable instruc r tion received L No member of tho City Council I huingIany Ij tho probability of another years work being too much Pony Mrs Franklin with only one assistant tbefore tho close of the spring term tt May she sent a special invitation to said City Council to visit her school and acquaint them selves with her work Said City Council thou slay Umi appointee 1John Mason Brown John M Mills lilt I1i fnnd Dennis L Italy Trustees of Public Schools and sent them to visit The City School of more than 150 pupils thou being con ducted by Mrs Agnes h Franklin as per her agreement with tho City 0 Council which they found to thoir much gratification and surprise so expressed to Mrs FranklinI I Some classes were reciting at tho time and so ranch were they Im EM BROIDERIES Unequalled assortment Superb values 1 lot lOc worth ICc 1 lot 15c worth 20o 1 lot 25c wide flowery Special showing line Baby Sets LACES New assortment Valencicnes and Torchon Laces S W s FARMER 11 0pressed with tho magnitude of the work already accomplished that they told sirs Franklin they would moot with tho City Council and decide as to future of said school Within a week they informed Mrs Franklin that they would sus pend tho school for one year and build a City School House It which they did sirs Franklin became an assistant and taught tho first four years Prof Browdor being principal The continued service as a teacher during twelve and onehalf for tho city of Frankfort so CllsI sumed Mrs Franklins that she was compelled to her position as teacher first class I assistant in the spring of 1872 Some parties mummy bo interested to know why sirs Franklin built tho house for city school In the year 1855 just ten previous now fifty years ago there was an effort made by a Board of School Trustees to have a free I school taughtand she was elected principal with Mrs Mary Willis Todd as assistant for female department The school was opened and continued one year in what was thou called the Newell build lug on Ann strreot next door to the Market House rhero were so many objections to the locality and no suitable place being obtainable the one year ended the school To avoid another such result Mrs Franklin made proposal to furnish house etc Herewith are names of City Council who accepted G W Owin Mayor J B Temple John Watson Jas M Todd J J QUln1 Jacob Swigert H 1 Todd und it RunynnIThe City Council who accepted Mrs Franklins proposal all of whom as well as nil The Board of School Trustees who erected tho building anti transferred the school founded by Mrs Franklin to its present locality have gone she trusts to thu enjoyment of the homo eternal and she only remains of all who by their interest in tho common people established in Frankfort Ky an institution which in Its benefits are as list ing as tho hills that surround th- ecityas wolf as an overincreasing source of revenue which is caused by tho increase in population as a result of tho excellent work of tho school Truly tho first shall be last JUSTICE rOASTOBIABears tho- Signaturo I of Tli9 Kind You Have Always Bought WHITE SKIRTS INDIA LINENS PERSIAN LAWNS Unequalled values lOc 15e Ulc 21c MERCERIZED MULLS AND BATISTES LINENS value 2cc IExtra fine Linen Cambric 50c THE DIAMOND ernE The latest news from Paris is i that they have discovered a din mond cure for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumonia it will however bo best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T MoGee of Van leer Tcnn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs i and Colds which gave instant re lief and effected n permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At all Druggists Price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free qwA SURPRISE PARTY beI A pleasant surprise party may given to your stomach and Ii by taking a medicine relieve their pain and vii Dr Kings New discomfortI They are a most affording suro relief cure headache dizziness and constipa tion 25o at all druggists OPENING OF SOUTHERN HARRODSI3URGjDANViLTE PASSENGER BUSINESS Oillcial announcement has been mado by the passenger department of the Southern Railway that thai Danville extension from Harrodsj burg tn Danville n miles will bo opened for passenger rratlic on Friday December 1 1905 The schedule of trains between Louisville and Lexington and Lou isville and Danville hits also blfnI ofHoially announced and go into effect on the same ditto But little change in the time of trains has boon rondo and the service be Lexingtonisame number of through trains each way every day The opening of the new line will considerably reduce time time of tho through southern trains on time Southern Railway and tho Queen iC Crescent Route Through sleepers will go from St Louis and Lou isville by way of Danville connect lug with tho Q fc C fast trains at that point With tho trains meet ing at Danvlllo a distance of 555 miles is saved and the time can be shortened Lexington as well as Danville will profit by the change in tho time limo same number of trains and the same train service will bo in enact to Lexington and time now time will bo much moro convenient for shoppers and others conning to Louis lime early train out of Louisville for Lexington will bo retained The next train which now leaves at 740 a in will lonvo nt S oclock and will roach Lexington correspondingly later The early afternoon train will leave LouisIIto a few minutes sooner told will make connection for Q C local stations at Lexington Under the now arrangement there will bo four trains clnlh without change between Louisville and Lexington in each direction and two trains dall without change be tween Louisvillo and Danville in each directioni limo track between Harrodsburg nh i l OLD TAYLORr TILE PRE- MIERKENTUCKYt WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky fv 1 jf WHITE GOODS SERGE OR SICILIAN DRESS GOODS WHITE BATISTE OR SICILIAN Splendid value SOc WHITE DEPORTED SERGE HENRIETTA SICILIAN For Skirts land Danville has been used by the tratllo for several weeks lust it was thought heAt not to run passenger trains over it until it had boon settled finally and firmly Tho line between Harrodshnr and Burgin will he operated on a schedule than nllllit00111lIootlntrains This service will give Hat rodsburg two ways to connect with the Q C The following is the official an nouncement of train service as made by the company Train So 1 will leave Louisville at 800 a m instead of 7IO a in with through equipment for both Lexington und arriving at those points at 1055 a m and 1115 am respectively stopping only at important points en route This train will also carry St Louis sleeper through to Dnn lleITrain No 23 will leave mlwithLexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1045 p m and 11 oclock p 11 respectively stop ping only at important stations This train will also catty Parlor Cafe Car from St Louis through to Danville serving supper leaving Louisville Train No 5 will leave Louisville attlOa m as at present milking local stops and arriving at Lexing ton at 40a m This train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect at Lexingon with Q z C Route train for local stations on that road arriving Danville at 1105 a m Train No 0 will leave Louisville a 530 p in 20 minutes earlier thou at present making local stops and arriving at Lexington at 040 p in This train will not have connection for Danville Branch points but will connect with Q C Route train No I for local points on that line arriving Danville at 803 p m Train No 24 will leave Damille at 580 a m with through coaches and Parlor Cafe Car for Louisville mind St Louis arriving at former point at 845 a m and St Louis at 512 p m riiinoctiiig train will leave Lexi ton at 545 a m with through ouches for Louisvillo which will bo attached to the Dan ville train at Lawroncoburg Train No 2 will leave Danville at 445 p in with through conches and also St Louis sleeper arriving at S00 p in leaving Louisvillo at 1015 p in and reaching St Louis at 732 a in Connect ing train will leave Lexington at 5 p 111 with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan ville train at Lawreneeburg Train No 10 will leave Lexing ton tit 750 a m as at present mak ing local stops and arriving Louis vile at 1040 a in This train will make connection at Lexington with Q C Route local tram leaving Danvlllo at HMO a in Train No U will leave Lexington at t0 p m as at present making local stops and arriving Louisville at 115 p in This train will lOn nect at Lexington with Q C Route local train leaving Danville at 105 p in Allot the above trains will run daily Between Harrodsburg and Bur gin a frequent service will be maintained through time day trains leaving Harrodsburg as follows 505 1025 1115 a in and 140410 and 515 p m In the return direc tion trains will leave Muruin at 6804011110 a m and l00215 anti 441 p in These trains will nun daily Tho running time between the two points will ho from ten to llltuen minutes There will be no changes In time train service between Versailles anti Georgetown cOne Minute Cough Curl contains not an atom of miry harmful drug and it has boon curing Coughs Conchtbo nr ma vho used It Sold by J W Gaj 4 mmst LdrR SPECIAL SATURDAY SALE The great Bargain Day of the week Covert Jackets new spring styles now ready apr to 12 Topsy hose Special Saturday IDa for children Topsy Hose worth 2oc Cloaks onehalf price Suits onethird to one half I I n CLmP2L = L Dears the- Sgaatnre of the Kind You Have Always Bought A FAMILY SAFEGUARD I Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bod scliee to handle her famous Uncles GreaJJ Throat and Lung Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure croupycoughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchiatJfectionsthat will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases I Such a medicine is IJoschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure consumption catarrh and a3l lung and bronchial troubles JThe fame of German Syrup as a cons J sumptivc cure since its purchase by DrJ Green from the niece of the famous DrJ Boschee has extended to all parts of they earth It has big sales everywhere 10 QTwo sizes 25C and 75c All druggists l For sale by 1 W Gayle rjr uji BUSY MANS LINEII BKnK- KNQUISVILLE EVANSVILLE 1 ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST 3 IS VIA Louisville HBUdersoft- an St Lows Railway HENDERSON ROUTE 11ltr4iIAN SLJmpm FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Houndtrip Ionu seokei hated to Southwest anil Wet first and third Tuesdays January and February Ilflli Special Tourist Rates to Clurnclo Tex I us Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April JHlth Limit to return May Ht i IlOli Second clnss Colonist Hates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February lJOt US FOR RATES IASK L J IRWIN Passenger Agent- LouisvilleIGeneral Ky Traveling Passenger Agent a t THeFianRrortRounflatJoat Entered at the tnst diet at Frankfort Ken assivonilehus nmilable matter PtuckGEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JAN 27 1905 =DISGRACEFtL AND APPALL ING Vo have watched the course of events in the contest now waging in the city of Lonisvillo over the late election hold there with very great interest In the first place to see if there was anything worthy of considera tion in the charges made as to the conduct of election officers and others at that tine or whether it was not the vaporing usually fol lowing a defeat at the polls In the second place with a hope of doing something if the facts showed crookedness to help arouse public sentiment to provide a remedy for the evils complained of We must confess that we did not believe that such things as have developed could happen in Louis villo and in beloved old Kentucky Evidence has piled up mountain high from oral testimony which tended to show that the election was a farce and mockery and now in addition the silent testimony oft the ballots themselves has come to D back up the testimony adduced In two precincts alone the bal lots show a difference of 888 votes against those who were the beneficiaries of the astounding frauds laid bare Even if onehalf of this ratio is kept up through the balance of the ballot boxes the difference would amount to between 10000 and 15000 votes nearly three times enough to change the result as announced- It makes no difference who were engaged in It or who were the bene ficiaries this outrage calls for instant and sternly efficient moans to redress the wrong If the men who perpetrated these wrongs shall be put behind the bars where they deserve to be such things would cease We do not wonder since reading the facts disclosed at the solemn words of warning used by exJudge Gregory and County Attorney Bingham before the Legislative Committee when they declared that the people of Louisville would IE above picture of the man mind fish is the trade murk of Scotts Emulsion and is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe If the cod iish became extinct it would be a worldwide calamity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses nil other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul I sion found a WilY of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people andn conditions of wasting and lost strength t Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409416 CKABL 8TBBBT NBW TOMS and flOO All druggiala 1 DeadlyGrasp trated Me- Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per centae trace the cause directly to deadly LaGnppe It is a germ and makes a direct attack upon nerves putting an extra strain upon them at the time theirvital ity is at the lowest ebb If LaGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with of insomnia frequentheadaches and morbid tendencies strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo ull that grip has done bring back appetite rest andrestore the nerves to their normal activity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Vho have suffered from that dreaded diseaec LaGrippe I suffered eral weeks with it and nothing triedIcemed to benefit me in way or form suffered almost death and finaly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first I felt better than in weeks It gave me relief built my shattered nerves mid gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to say each and every one has suffered from LaGrippe find instant relief by getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will sufferer I remain MRS GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr tiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind not again submit to such a travesty upon their tights and if the at tempt were repeated bloodshed would follow Ts there no clarion voice like Joseph Folk to voice the sent ment of Godfearing liberty loving people and thus avoid the dark abyss of anarchy and ruin which will inevitably follow such things if the strong arm of the law fails to intervene TWO FINE SERMONS On Sunday last Rev Dr M B Adams was favored with two splen did audiences at the first Baptist Church and they were well repaid for their attendance In the morning Dr Adams preached upon the wonderful ad vancement made by the cause of Christianity and gave statistics to back up the amazing statements which he made While congratu lating his audience upon the work accomplished he urged them to still higher and better attainments along those lines At the evening service the audi ence tested the capacity of the big church and Dr Adams was at his best He took for his theme the subject The Open Sunday Saloon a Crime Against the Youth of the CityHo showed the utter inconsistency of requiring all persons en gaged in legitimate and progressive Hues of business to close their es tablishments on Sunday while the saloon whose only business was to drag down and injure till classes of society coming within its influence was allowed to continue its work of death disgrace and destruction defying the law and Its olllcers Ho showed that tile young brought up in such an atmosphere were taught to have a contempt for law and righteousness and to foul that society was permeated with ifypoc ricy and graft In thrilling wordsi no urged his audience to the enforcement 01 law and righteousnessHe civIcI he was that the civil authorities had given as a reason for not enforcing tile law for closing saloons on Sunday that the people did not really wish it Ho averred that this was untrue and to show that so far as the in theIFIrstcorned lie offered the following resolution to test the sense of that people It is the sense of the congrega HnptlltChurch citylandSunday Vo therefore request his Honor the Mayor of the city of Frankfort to require the police force to see that these laws are enforced and to anyinfractionWo pledge the Mayor our pathy thud support in his eUortOs to enforce the law We eudorse the City Prosecutor j Mr George T Davis in his efforts at the prosooutlon of law breakers and criminals In response tho big audience ofI about 800 people rose on their feet in unanimous acquiescence with the views therein sot forth Dr Adams paid a high tribute to the integrity and courage of Gov Folk of Missouri timid of Judge B C ORear of the Court of Appeals quoting from a recent address of- T latter backing up all the charges which time preacher hud mule in his discourse approvalIence retired from tho church e THE PETTISOK TWINS BEG LEAVE TO SPEAK AGAIN What joyousness there is about Marion Hills aloofness from her own humor and how much more laughprovoking it is on this ac count How gently she flings at you parents tho faults that are all the more yours because you blame them on your children and how munch more good she duos you than though she wrote with a frown tOIscornenough to acknowledge that the fingers of the Pettison Twins are pointing at you they will make pleaIminded man or woman and when you get through you will probably realize that your children have souls and emotions and often quite as much common sense as yourself Marion Hill realizes that the ma jority of parents need a little light and she lets the Pettison Twins shed it to such good purpose in The Day of Precious Penalties in the February McClures that one converted parent said I laughed myself almost ill it was such a funny story before I realized that I was being told I didnt know how to raise my own children The worst of it was that I knew she was right and I wrong i1es Early Risers The famous little piUs ANSWERS LAST SUMMONS On Sunday night last at the homo of his brotherinlaw Capt W T B South in this city Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrick former Con gressman from the Tenth Congres sional District answered the last summons aged 55 years Mr Fitzpatrick was an able and courageous lawyer and genial gen tlemanHo a daughter of the late Cof Jere South and leaves one daughter to mourn his death He was born in Floyd county and continued a citizen of that county until a few years ago when he mane to this county and resided upon a farm belonging to his wife near the Forks of Elkhorn He lost his wife some five years ago and from that time seemed to lose his hold on general affairs The funeral services wore hold on Tuesday morning and the remains wore laid to rest beside his wife his brethren of tho Masonic fraternity conducting tho ceremonies Lot his virtues be engraved upon our hearts and his faults in the shifting sands Cant be perfect health without pure bl tod Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood Tones and invigorates the whole system 1 BIRTHDAY OF GEN R E LEE OBSERVED On Friday last the birthday of Gen Robt E Lee was fittingly ob served by Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of time Confederacy at p m on Friday night in the Parish House of Ascension Church Appropriate music was rendered after which Hon R W Miller of Richmond KmEdo a brilliant and eloquent address in which he paid high tribute to the grand old nun and loved loader of the Southern hosts Hon Thos W Scott of this county followed Mr Miller in an eloquent and strong address as ho knows so well how to do Tho whole affair was well man aged and an appropriate celebration of Gen Leos birthday r Pleasant to take t Laxative r Syrup JI NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION t- Ask Your DoctorIAnd 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 Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cute ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades I I Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil l Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches I Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils EtcfI ar Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading Grocer The pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place g JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Ciair St Frankfort Kentucky A SURPRISE PARTY A pleasant surprise party may bo given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relievo their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for conHtipatlon RESUMES BUSINESS AFTER A FASHION The old town clock which had been silent for months awoko to action again on Monday afternoon It struck at 6 oclock p m and continued all O 1C until lato in the night but at 045 on Tuesday morning it had lost ground and struck fivewion if it had waited only fifteen minutes it should have struck six Time sound of its old and familiar voice awakened many cherished memories 1 fUiit 4 J southern BaiIW UIiShortest and Fastest Lines from j i Lexington and LouisyiIIewL 10- rJSt Louis and the West i Two Trains Daily as followslLeave Lexington 010 a isvillo 900 a m Arrivo St IouisI012 p Carrying vestibuled coaches and i CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a changeLeaveisville 1015 p in Arrivo St Louis 782 a in CharOarswithout changoIiBerths at III East Main St Lexington Kytor Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave t j ILCases plain simple and r 1 Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI For the Roundabout l TIMES IN FRANKFORT No VI Th development of the manu facturing industries of Frankfort unfortunately too few in number has been slow The sawmill inter havepbeen the principal though the hemp mills the chair plant shoe factory the flouring mills and the mills have furnished employment to hundreds of operatives and contributed largely to the financial influx At one time the woolen mills located on the site of the present postofflce and tho cotton mills located at the south end of Wilkin son street were strong factors in furnishing employment and adding to the wealth of the city Phillip Swigort John Watson Dr Hugh Hodman and others of our citizens enIThe late John T Gray was at one time superintendent of the cotton factory and was succeeded by Mil ton McGrew Mr W B Shownlter was also engineer at the woolen millsThe sawmill interests that have formed so large a part of Frank forts commercial prosperity em ploying largo numbers of mechan los and laborers involving great capital and putting into lumber the f thousands of log rafts from the head waters of the Kentucky river have grown with great rapidity The first sawmills were those of Jas G Dudley in South Frank fort John Haly in North Frank fort Sandy V Pecn in ellepointI and Morris Stainos r Cochran Distillery Additional sawmills were established by Haohitt Zoigler Spotswood by M Wakofleld and by Dunigan fJNicol One of the Haly mills afterward operated by Rodman Sneed fund then by W J Hughes 4 Corlhu Wakeflold mill was also 1run by Wakofleld Wost the Dud ley mill by Rule Whitmore the Hatohitt mill by T J Congloton r Bro the Sandy V Pence mill by tfin L Penco anti the Morris Stainos mill by R N Arohor The 1latter mill is now discontinued site of the O F C Distillery below Frankfort which with its adjunct the Kentucky River Dis tillery is a part of the business en terprises of this city was orig inally a pork house operated by Swigort Giltnor Dan Swigert replaced it with a distillery and was succeeded by Maj R L Williams and Frazor Wilson fled in 1812 the 0 F C Distillery was erected by Col E H Taylor Jr with one slutoroof warehouse as its storage comple mont Mr J B Lewis superintended its construction and Mr Dan Meaghor was a valuable factor in the work of excavation In 1882 this house was burned down and 1tho present building erected and Dr L A DoLinno was principal distiller succeeded by F Marion Parker and then by Walker Stephens with Wm Caplinger as engineerThe Distillery named i after the Hon John G Carlisle 1was completed in 1879 under the architectural plans and supervision of D L Haly Dan Moagher superintended the excavation The riprap work and cribbing along the river bank from the distilleries to Cove Spring branch by which so much valuable property was davod from being swallowed up by i 5 KEEPING A GOOD CUATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed inSlife The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you H will1obeyfind place here and we willingly guarantee them toi be accurate timekeepers 6 NM A SELBERT the river was was done under the contract of Louis Weitzel and Wm WilliamsThe Distillery above the tunnel now the Cochran Dis tillery was erected on the site of the old Macklin pork house some of the foundation and superstructure of which were utilized in the construction This was in I860 The plant was subsequently pur chased by Athorton Cochran Fulton its name and brand changed and with Richard Morris as superintendent was operated for some years until Fulton Athorton retired and Richard Mor ris became interested asa partner this lasting until the property was sold to the whisky combine The Hermitage Distillery and ad juncts has almost beenin fact in transformed since the early days of nearly forty years ago It was then a plain frame structure of un pretentious shape trembling under the revolutions of its heavy ma chinery and with one single brick warehouse as its storage comple ment For long years Hiram Berry one of its principal owners was its ever watchful manager with Ma rion Parker as distiller succeeded by Marion Williams who yet presides over its stills its mash and fermenting tubs Win Caplinger was for a time engineer succeeded by Al Caplingor Mr C C Furr tondentIthe iron roof on the Milam Reel Manufactory on Main street This roof was put on in 1854 when the house was built and has only been repaired once about three years ago when the holes made by the telephone climbers walking on the roof wore stopped The roof after fiftyone years use is still in good order In the field of newspaper enter prise covering publications issued in Frankfort may be included the following Palladium established liDS Guardian of Freedom estab lished 171- 8Kentucky Telegraph established 1708 Western Worldestablished 1800 Argus of Western Americaesta- blished 180- 8American Republic established 1810Commentatorestablished 1817 Constitutional Advocate estab lished 182JSpirit of 70estahlishod 1820 Patriot established 182- 7Argusestablished BannerestabICross and Baptist lished 1882 The Frankfort Commonwealth established in 1838 b Col AI pUblion1tlon Orlando Brown Col John W Fin nell W L Callendor Tlios B Stevenson Thos 1l Green Rev Henry E Thomas Goo W Lewis Henri F Middleton and Sam1 R Smith An edition of the Jonmlonwealth was published in 1878U by Jas A Hodges The Frankfort Yeoman was estab lished in 1810 by Wm Tanner suc ceeded in proprietorship by Col S 1 M Major Sr followed by his sun Col S 1 M Major Jr It ceased publication about 1885 Among the editors we may mon- Ition Col J Stoddard Johnson and Henry T Stanton Frankfort Roundabout ap in 1877 under the manage fr iY mcnt of Claude Buckley Goo A Lewis became a partner in 1878 the partnership continuing until 1880 when Mr Lewis became sole Daily Call began publication in 1892 The Kentucky Law Reporter was established in July 1880 by Geo A Lewis S R S FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have Inaugurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a in anti 6 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This line also operates free reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 43 miles the shortest to St Louis CARD OF THANKS Through this medium we desire to our heartfelt thanks to mIpnthytended during the illness of Mrs Lola Graham Chonte- IMMEDIATE FAMILY rTHEATRICAL For one week beginning Monday January 29 Grace George in the dramatized version of Mrs Hum Wardes novel The ntItrnction seaIsonbe the best presentation of a book play over made but a most satisfactory and satisfying vehicle for the changing talents of Grace GeorgeFor it strongly sustained inter est its convincing air of reality its delineations of character and passions and its artistic develop mont of plot The Marriage of Wil liam Ache is certainly a great achievement The central situation is the elect upon the political career of William Ashe of his marriage to Lady KittiBristol Lady Kitty daughter of a certain notoriott4I Lord Blackwator and a wooden whoso social gatherings wore at tended only by mOll Lady Kitty grow up In a convent in Paris and when William Asho meets hor she has just returned from Franco aud- still unacquainted with the so cial stigma attaching to her mother Ashes first feeling for her is one of pity which however soon grows to something mote as ho falls under the inlluonco of her piquant and contradictory person ality which is by turn childishly willful and childishly allectionate niluniollwilling to take the ing her nature by love IUHlllUtionlloI On her side Lady Kittys love for William is sincere but she is too utterly a creature of impulse to be governed by anything beyond the whim of the moment As time goes on the wild extravagance of her actions verging often on insanity increases rather than diminishes fund she not only alienates Ashes friends but joopardixes his polit ical advancement again timid again She even insults time boo Minis tor and his wife repeatedly and at last attacks them in an anonymous novel which she is under the delu sion will somehow redound to the PIfortofore Her relations with the poet UHtle mire froth the first marked with the same ungovernable im prudence Yet in spite of all the strain of sweetness in her charac ter and hor childlike candor hold the atloetion to the last as they did that of hor liisfMnd and as the I Reliable Jeweler 230 st Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD The Leading Newspaper of the Blue Grass The Lexington HeraldaFOR 500 PER YEARIf paid in ad ante on or before January 15th 06 YearIAuuUumlEll iiiBou liciufllD Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock market re ports from all of the leading cities The most corn plete neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers allot the happenings of Central Kentucky f Address The Lexington Herald CotLexington KYiRoundabout and Herald for one year in advance S575 J end draws near there is an over whelming sense of pity at the in evitable fate of such a nature dash ins itself to pieces against the rocks of passionsOnly in interest to Lady Kitty is the development of William Ashe from a goodnatured easygoing young man of latent possibilities into a strong serious minded statesman This is not a sudden leap nor a change to be ac cepted on the word of the author but a gradual growth which lowly takes place The minor characters Ashes mother Lady Tronmore the spiritual little Dean the poet Club with his Byron iu poses and the self righteous May Lystor whom dlfIappointment made so venomous nil stand out with the distinctness of living men fold women whose actions are governed not by the whim of their creator but by the compelling force of circumstances Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood t Cerate ointment for the skin DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron Ba the Magnificent Steamers of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dallyat 015 after arrival oCmornlng trams Returning arrive Week r Sundays Fare to Detroit unlimited round trip 3iss Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days 5ttndaye75C To 1t Huron and return a delightful two days trip only laco meals and berth extra Special Rat 10 Socitlitj Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write 0 TrHgr GOLDENDJPJL t e J9i1 7h MiJ eCar- I EUGENE SCOTT XEWBOLD GOIN f SCOTT GOON 1 jBUILDERSr- AND GENEBL GONTRAGTOR8 IJ Neat fend Tasty Designs o f Buildings Planned 3 Old phone 038 3nn Iit lorid4New Orleans Cuba Ireached in comfort via QUEEN RCRSCN1 ROUTErAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special IJf la January ilh Solid Pullman TrninitLeave CINCINNATI 830 T M LEXINGTON 1140 P fDANVILLE 1240 iiIIOnl1111iFloridaSolid Train t Leave CINCINNATI 830 AtrrtLEXINGTON 1035 DANVILLE 1160 Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers vatlonaiul Ulnlnu Cars for Jacks rUle 1vttChattauoogaAtiantaanUDirm Queen Crescent Special Solid tram Cincinnati Lexington Dan it1vole to New Orleans via Chattanooga- and blilrmlnighani also through Pullman aoySavannahWinter tourist tickets now on silo reduced rates For Information apply Chas W Zcll D P It DAT ClnclnnAUIOlaaSTT uttri Jlaeqer CINCINNATI i W I ATTENTION FARMERSWE NAVE JUST RECEIV D OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences irk-s No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by f Ir Buggy Rugs of All Kinds I i MARRIED TRACEYSMITH this city on Wednesday Mr Thos Tracey martHENRYSCOTTIn this city on Wednesday Mr Walter Henry d and Miss Magnolia Scott were mar ried tKASECOHH1XA t Bridgeport J on Sunday Mr Win Kaso and m Miss Mary Corbin wore married by Rev J M Rash 1tMOORB H ULETTE In this HowlHuletto wore married by Rev Dr M n Adams of tho First Baptist Church Mr Moore is a hustling young farmer His bride is the attractive and popular laughter of Mr A J Hulette THOMPSONGRAHAMFriends In this city have received tho following announcement r Mrs Sue C Graham II announces the marriage of her laughter Martha Floyd- to II Mr Charles William Thompson Son Wednesday the 24th of January Falmouth Kentucky At home Falmouth Ky The bride is the youngest daugh ter of the late Mr G Finnic Gra ham of this city BARRONGEORGE Relatives of the family in this city have received tho following Mrs Martha rl1 George requests your presence nt tho marriage of her laughter Patsy Seller- to Mr William Barry Barron Wednesday evening February the 7th at 7 oclock M B Church South Lees Summit Mo At home Greenwood Mo andSR B George and Mrs Martha Todd George formerly of Ver sallies Ky Mr Barron is said to be a fine young man Wo tender congratulations FORCED TO STARVE B F Look of Concord Ky says Fur JO years I suilered upperlipcould not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Buckluns Arnica Salvo Itsgreat for burns cuts and wounds At all druggists Only iJoIs3THE ANTICIGARETTE LAW Wo earnestly hope that tho Leg islature will speedily pass time anti cigarette law There is no ques Lion but that tho use of those deadly nails in tho coffin are doing more to stunt the growth physic ally arid mentally of the youth of the country than any other one habit now in existence Kentucky needs a race of MEN and not weaklings to bring her back to her high standing in tho Nation as in the days of yore and We need to keep our boys clean and lnanly tr r p C SOWER CO o Gives rest to the stomach Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure Prepared at the Lab omoryofECDeWltt 4 USA Digests What You Eat Make the Breath Sweet Am m Rees l Ask for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar For sale by J W Gayle IMPORTANT A committee from Lexington will ho in our city on Thursday February 1st to address the citizens and members of the Legislature on tho great need of a State Sanitarium for Tuberculosis patients The Department of Current Events of tho Womans Club turns its room over for tho mooting which will beat 8 oclock in the Womans Club Room on Washington street No 457The following is the program 1st subject Tuberculosis Its Relation to the General Public Dr George G Sprague lid subject Reasons for Sani toriaDr Orrin Leroy Smith 8d subject The American Pion eer in the Sanitorium Treatment Mrs DOHlmBrecldnrldgo These lectures will only bo of fif teen minutes duration each All are urged to como 0nINDIGESTION OVERCOME Indigestion is easily overcome b the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives time stomach a restallows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves indigestion belching of gas sour stomach heartburn etc and enables tho digestive organs to transform all foods iito the kind of rich rod blood that makes health and strength Sold by J W Gayle GEN JOE WHEELER DEAD Gen Joe Wheeler more familiarly known as Fighting Joo who is on the retired list of tho S Army died at his homo in New York City on Thursday He was an able upright and fearless man MR BARNES CONFIRMED Mr Goo L Barnes was confirmed by the Senate as Postmaster of this city on Wednesday last Mr Barnes is well qualified for tho place ALWAYS TNCIIEASES 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 eat 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 byJ1 l i rfi s Dyspepsia Cure Dollar botUe holdly4 time ai al the trill or cent tii BIRTHS GORDON In this city on Fri day January 19 to Mr James W Gordon and wifea girl d COMFORTINGSOOTHING AND Irhe soothing and comfortinj of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to piles sores outs boils etc subdues pain almost instantly This salve draws out tho inflammation reduces swelling and nets as a rubefaciont tilts circulating the blood through the diseased parts permitting or aiding nature to permanently re move the trouble entirely Sold by 11 W Gayle IDr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp purl lea the blood Cerate heals skin ercptloni LETTEK LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for tho week ending January 27 190- 0Burkloy Mrs Nannie Burns Willie Cameron Lumber Co Carter Tim Misses Douglas Mrs Ellis Jessa A Jessup C S Long James Tracy Mrs Win Victor A M Persons culling for the above Totters will please say advertised E M DRANIC P M +Dr AVeuvera Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions SHOOTING IN COUNTRY One John Shryodk who lives near the Old Crow Distillery shot his tenant one George rein Icy in the back in a dispute over a crop of tobacco Time fight occurred on Thursday 1110 wound was only a CUh1ln11drcsHod IIllinois Central Louisville INo lrt Memphis b N Ltd No m Leaves 910 in Arrives 745 a m Now Orleans Special No Lem 1201 p in Arrives lIjg m intermediatepoints No Local Mail town Hodgenvilloand ITopkintfviUo except no glJnvilluNo Accommodation No Leaves 480 p m Ar ivea 965 a m toHodgenvillaSundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily ii r t Ilt jJ 1 1BothT HER DOUBLE IHEI know no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Airs Annie Hunter of Pittsburti Pa and when I got bettor although I had one of the best doctors I could got I was Kent double and had to rest my hands on my knees whoa I walked From this terrible nlTUc tion was rescued by Kleotrio Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I clot walk as straight as over They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to euro stomach liver and kidney dicer ders At nil druggists Price 600I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R 1ho Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars BuflotLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of Now Orleans The best road for reaching tho Winter Tourist resorts of tho South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mnrdf Gras at New Orleans Fob ruary 27 00 Gulfport is a Mexican Gulf Coast resort having tho now fine Great Southern Hotel Uegular ocean steamers sailing front Now Orleans for Mexico Contra 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 reached via the Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and the now ocean liner twinscrew nino toenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without chance Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville SleepingCarvia Nashville Chattanooga anti AtlantaMexico California Special Tours of Mnxioo and Cali fornia via tau Illinois Central and Now Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and OallIEntire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dlnln ont service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion oars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and tire Southern Route every Friday from Chicago every Tues day from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and tho Scenic Rdu to e ChicagoFull of time above can bo had of agents of conneotinglinesuiidorfeigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louisville JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T M ChicagoS16tAl Chicago I 4 11 Fine Trains 1 T FLORIDAa- ASOllTllER AIL WAY AND QUEEN i CRESCENT ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train ofPullman Sleepers and vestibule conches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 85O a m and St Augustine 10 a m DatingCarFlorida Special leaving Louis vine 745 p in carries observation daily except Sundn Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p in and St Augustine at 10 p m next day Front Danville this is 1 solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car servos all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knoxvillo where connection is 1sleeperarriving Jacksonville 0 a mtWINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May 31st are now on sale hilly at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashville and Laud of JItnnooRy or C H HUNGERFORD D P A IcyGA G P A St Louis W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Dec 80t April ii Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds thnt end in f consumption and death Watch time I little colds Dr Woods Norway fine Syrup KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE WITH Dr KingsoJ New Discovery IFOR cONSUMPTION Price50c100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACKIt DrR P Buckmaster steopathic Physician 0 j Mrs Wm ODonnollB 485 Main Street W in office TUESDAY THURSDAY Iand SATURDAY E ial Tel 875 48tf t t b LA fj r I FRIDAYS SALE WILL CONTIUETVQOUHJT TAE Y 2 Sr Todays Sale Will Be On China and Glass White Goods Figured Lawns Hamburgs Embroideries Laces l Remember These Sales Last Today Only Prices Cut Half S D JOHNSON 00It t t f I y tLIGI0USn IcNSION EPISCOPAL JHRav A B Chum thu being sick Rdv R L Mc i IY of Croscont Hill will preach at 11a m and 730 p m Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Mooting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to attond CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson tho pastor will iiroaoh at lla m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in the Impel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 in tho chapel- Prayermooting Wednesday even ing at 730 in tho chapel The Junior Society moots Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRov Fathur Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m BAPTIST CHURCH Rov M B Adams D D tho pastor will at a m and 780 p in Sundayschool 945 a m in tho chapelBaraca Class at 945 a m taught by tho pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot in the chapel at 045 3 m Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the Visitors cordially invited Seats free- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov J MoC Blaynov D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 080 p Prayermooting Wednesday even lug at 780 p in Visitors cordially welcomed tlIErHODISr CHUROHR o v J O A Vaught tho pastor will A ach at a m and 780 p m undasohool at 945 a m Jtinior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayormoeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowo pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m p Tho ordinance of infant baptism will bo administered at 11 a m Gospel service with special sing inc at 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 680 p mPrayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend APPOINTED POSTMASTER On Monday last President Roosevelt sent the name of Mr Goo L Barnes to the Senate as Postmaster of this city This brings to a close a protty still fight over this oillce Mr Barnes is a competent and genial gentleman whoso former experience us Assistant Postmas ter at Bowling Green fully quali fibs him for thu discharge of tho duties of tho place Capt E M Drano tho retiring Postmaster has filled tho position with ability anti sucoose and car- los with him into retirement tho comkunity HOTSE MOVED The millinery storo of Mrs Turner located on Bridge street South Side was moved several hundred feot further south on the same street on Wednesday night to give room for tho now houses to bo erected by Mr Eugene Williams The work was done by Robt H Todd tho colored contractor and builder between 11 oclock p m and 5 oclock a m so as not to in terfere with the street car service In order to avoid trouble should there bo an alarm of fire whilo the street was blocked a hose wagon from tho flro department was sent to tho South Sido and remained until the street was cleared of ob struction VERSAILLES BIG FIRE At 11 oclock on Wednesday night n flro broke out in the bowling alley of Mr W S Berry in Versailles and destroyed that building and tho store adjoining belonging to Mr M P Lancaster and used as a stovo and tinware establishment Both buildings wore situated on Main street opposite tho Presbyterian Church Luckily tho fire was extinguished at that point ot lerwlso a most destructive con flagration would have followed The loss was some 15000 BOX PARTY There is to bo a box party at Old South Benson Church next Wednesday night January 31st for tho benefit of time Bridgeport Presbyto rian Church Everybody is cordially invited to attend and take part Is Disease a Crime Not very long ago a popular magazine published an editorial article in which tho writer assorted in substance that all disease should be regarded as criminal Certain it Is that much of tho sickness and suffering of mankind Is duo to tho violation of certain of Natures laws But to say that all sickness should bo regarded as criminal must to evcry reasonablo Individual as radically wrongIt would be harsh unsympathetic cruel to condemn tho poor weak overworked housewife who sinks under tho heavy load of household cares and burdens and suffers from weaknesses various displacements of pelvic peculiartoFrequent bearing of children with Its acting demands upon the system coupled with the care worry and labor of rearing a largo family is often the cause of weak nesses derangements and debility which are aggravated by tho many household caress and tho hard and novereiullng work which the mother Is called upon to perform Dr Pierce tho maker of that worldfamed rem edy for womans peculiar weaknesses and thisDr Iiercos Favorite Prescription says that one of tho greatest obstacles to tho euro of this class of maladies Is tho fact that tho poor overworked housewife can not get tho needed rest front her many household carne and labor to unablo her to scenic from tho use of his Prescription Its full benefits It Is a matter of fremient experience he says in his extensive practice In these cases to meet with those In which his treatment falls by reason of the patients Inability to abstain from hard work long enough to bo cured With those sutlerlng from prolapsus ante version and retroversion of tho uterus or other displacement of tho womanly organs it Is very to tak lug hits Favorite Proscription they abstain from being very much or for long periods on ryikind should also bilaavoidd straining As much of outdoor air as possible with moderate light exorcist Is also very Important Let tho patient observe these rules and tho Favor to Prescription will do tho rest Dr tierces Medical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing and Dr Rv Pierce Buffalo N Y 21 onocent stamps for pa percovered or 31 stamps for clothbound chargobyhold sacredly confidential- Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowels Girlhood Womanhood Motherhood nun IThe first lesson that the young girl has of womanhood is usually a painful She learns to know what head lone means and backache and some is sadly borne this new experience of liCeIAll the pain and misery which young girls commonly experience at such a time may in almost every instance be entirely prevented or cured by the use of Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription It establishes regularity It tones up the general heaithand cures headache backache nervousness chorea or St Vituss dance and other consequences of womanly weakness or disease MOTHER OF THE FAMILY The anxious mother of the family oftentimes carries the whole burden of responsibility so far as the home medication of common ailments of the girls or are concerned The cost of the- doctors visits are very often much too great At such times the mother is invited to write to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y for medical advice which is given free Correspondence is held sacredly confidential IT STANDS ALONE Favorite Prescription is the only medicine for women the makers of which are not afraid to print just what it is made of on every bottle wrapper It is the only medicine for women every ingredient of which has the unanimous endorsement of all the lead countryIvery same diseases for which this Prescription is advised A MOTHERS LOVE A mothers love is so divine that the apprejciateforward to with feelings of great dread by most women At times a woman is nervous dyspeptic irritable and she is in need of a uterine tonic and nervine a strength builder to lit her for the ordeal No matter how healthy or strong a woman mav be she cannot but be benefited by taking Dr prepareIiDR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION is a powerful invigorating tonic It imparts strength to the system and to the womb and its apPClidageEl- in particular For overworked worn outII rundown debilitated teachers milliners dressmakers seamstresses I shopgirls housekeepers nursing mothers and feeble women generally Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon being unequaled as an appertizing cordial and restorative tonic STRENGTHENING NERVINE Favorite Prescription is unequaled and is invaluable in allayingand sub duing nervous e Jr nervous exhaustIOn prostration neu ralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vituss dance and other distressinf nervous symptoms commonly attena ant upon functional and organic dis ease of the womb It induces refresh ing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE IA Favorite Prescription is MEETING CLOSED The protracted mooting which has boon in progress at tho South ern Presbyterian Church for some thing over two weeks came to a close on Wednesday night last Rev J Addison Smith of Rich amend who has done the preaching was greeted with largo and deeply solemn audiences Ho has preached strong and eloquent sermons The church has boon greatly revived and about fifteen persons wore added to the membership The mooting has accomplished great good tk a scientific medicine carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physician and adapted to womans deli vegetableinless in its effects in any condition of the system For morning sickness or indigestiondyspepsia use prove very CURES OBSTINATE CASES tt Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for the most complicated and obstinate cases of leucorrhea exces sive flowing painful menstruation un natural suppressions and irregularities prolapsus or falling of the womb weak weakness anteversion retroversion bearingdown sensations chronic congestion inflammation and ulceration of the womb inflammation pain and tenderness of the ovaries accompanied with internal heat HOW TO LOOK BEAUTIFUL Young women or matrons should not allow themselves to look sallow and wrinkled because of those pains and weaknesses which become chronic and are the result of colds tight lacing and systemeyesifstrength and those weaknesses which come all too frequently and make her readytousePrescription Dr R Pierce in his large practice as a Specialist in womens diseases which is not like the many patent medicines on the market as it contains neither alcohol nor any narcotic or other harm ful drug It is purely vegetable It is known as Dr Pier es Favorite Prescription and is sold by druggists DR PIERCES PLEASANT PELLETS cure biliousness sick and bilious head ache dizziness costiveness or con stipation of the bowels loss of appetite coated tongue sour stomach windy belchings tt heartburn pain after kindred derangements of theaver stomach and bowels Persons subjected to any of these troubles should never be without a vial of the Pleasant Pellets at hand In proof of their superior excellence it can truthfully be said that they are always adopted as a household remedy after the first trial One little tt Pellet is a laxative two are cathartic They regulate invigor ate and cleanse the liver stomach and promotedigestionlieve time distress arising from overeating nothing equals one of these little tt Pellets Theyre tiny sugar scarcelylarger HEALTH AND HAPPINESS happinessisCommon Sense Medical Adviser This great work on medicine and containing over 1000 pages andumoro than 700 illustrations is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of stampsforstamps for the book in paper covers LADY DIES WHO WAS FORMERLY WELL KNOWN HERE Mrs Mary J Brown widow of tho late Dr Erasmus 0 Brown of Louisville died at the residence of hor daughter in Knoxvillo Touni on Thursday aged 78 years Mrs Browns maiden namn was Crunch Doing a daughtor of Rev Bun T Crouch a distinguished Methodist ministor of tho old school She was a sister of Mrs Hallio E Todd wife of Mr John M Todd formerly of this city She loaves two married daughters to mourn her death Tho remains wore interred at Louisville f THIS SALE IS FOR CASH ONLY HEAP RATE JIToJ t Icount of Mardi Gras jOnoround trip Tickets on sale February 21 to 26 Extreme limit March 17 1906 For full particulars apply to C W HAY G P A Jany 13to F 25 THEIRAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes in time of Southern Ry trains will become effective No now leaving Louisville at inja6 mIat 725 p m will depart at 745 p m i No 24 now leaving Loxington at 010 a m will depart at 5J5 n m No2 now leaving Lexington mujmade at local stations and passen kegs intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for- tcomplete information C H H U GJ UFORD D P A 12D15 DeVIttLittle Early Users 1f The famous little pills 7I genuinLaxativeIthe remedy that cures a cold In ono duly x vr New Fast Train ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST May llnlts LotusThe now trains a pointsloleThrough sleeping car service for SanFran see Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address K TGMATTHEWS Tray Puss Agt Louisville Ky H TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo 60 YEARS EXPERIENCf Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion on Invention probably tlonsntrictlyconddontliil HANOaboItoniateata patentsPatentstptcial notice without charge In tho Scientific American- handsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrecsi cir ntMyt 1d f5f i 0f9i 11d 1111 I EDUCATIONAL i Contributed by the Educational Improvement Commission of Kentucky The Oonnral Assembly has boon in session about three weeks or onethird of tho time allowed by tho Constitution Tlmro nro nwny bills before that body but those wljjcli are absorbing the interest of the public most may bo divided into two classes viz 1st Those for tho effective pun ishment of crime 2d Those for the effective pre- Vention of crime The State has long suffered from the stigma of lawlessness Our commercial agricultural mining and manufacturing interests have long been retarded because of the impression abroad tint regard for human life human rights and organ i zecl authority were at a disJJ count in Kentucky TKoro is a do t n mined effort on tho part of our lawmakers at the present session to lay the foundation for a definite reform in tho public conscience which shall eventually redeem the good name of Kenituchians as law abiding citizens With this end iir view many measures have boon introduced increasing tho penalty for certain crimes notably tho bills with reference to carrying concealed deadly weapons limo idea its nil those measures is to advance the pence and dignity of tho Commonwealth by severely and effectively punishing those who violate the lawOn tho other haul there are many measures which have for their purpose tho advancement of our public school system with the idea in view that the greatest r source of crime is ignorance and that proper and efficient education physically mentally and morally is the most effective safeguard possible to State and Nation withtthe educational standpoint is a bill to establish a system of State Normal Schools for the training of public school teachers and another to abolish the Trustee System and F adopt the County Board System It is admitted by a majority of the members of both houses tha tho State Normal Schools should be established but they claim theloI is insufficient funds in the We do not desire to take issue with anybody on that subject Wo are not familiar with the present con i dition of the treasury but wo be lieve that the people of this State should fool great humiliation of pride to know that the statement L has gono out broadcast over this I great country that Kentuckytime r banner State of the Union with- i her delightful climate and her wealth of natural resources with tI her worldrenowned Bluegrass and Pennyrile with her moun itnins teeming with coaL and iron fiwith her race of people through veins flows the purest rich est and reddest AngloSaxon blood v and from which has sprung time bravest brainiest most chivalric fnUl patriotic men and the truest rt purest and most beautiful women t time world has over known Ken f tucky with her ten thousand white school teachers and her fivo hundred thousand school children humbly kneels at the feet of the other States of the Union anti i1ilea halfstarved beggar pitifully that she is too poor to make provision for training her tr public school teachers ItSosmall are the funds now in t Treasury so fearful the Legis lators of taking stops to create a t fund for the purpose and yet soI thoroughly convinced are they that Normal Training Schools must be Vestablished in Kentucky that ft Pergcient amount bo appropriated out of tho Common School fund for the purpose This suggestion mot with rarebuff everywhere Kentucky Jfl would be a groat State to live in to call on her already halfpaid and halfstarved public school touchers l to build equip and maintain a sys rv tem of State Normal Schools for the benefit of the great common IL people It is safe to say that this idea Will receive no consideration by ttheAssembly is not so much a question of what tho Legislature wants to do fillbut it is what the people who sent 1 l lq thom will think about it Hence it is up to tho people Sit down today and write a personal letter to both your Repre sentative and Senator Toll thom whether or not you want them to vote for an appropriation for State Normal Schools in order that tho great nays of country boys and girls may have a trained teacher a teacher who knows how to teach and to develop character Write today will you not Fury truly- M O 1VIN FREY President COIIlI11i5sle- 11VANr17Dlly Chicago wholesale anti mail order house assistant manager man or woman for this territorySalary l weekly expense money advanced permanentNo particulars envelopeCOOPER d CO 182 Lake St Chicago 111 1812t PBIG SALE OF KENTUCKY CORN Messrs J R Shaw Cu of Tetts sold to Messrs E H Tay 85000Ione largest sales of its kind made in recent years PERFECTION ATTAINED Perfection can only bo attained in the physical by allowing nature dlssiputehorgripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowing tho liver to assume normal activity Good for time complexion W H Howell Houston Tex says For years I have myfamilyfor constipation Sold by J W Gayle WANTED To know the whereabouts of Pa cience Millie and Nannie Dowoll or their descendants Address MRS NANNIE D ALLEN Ky188t CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature ofiPURCHASED FARM Mr J Elliott Gaines and wife of Fnrimlnle have purchased a farm containing 50 acres lying on the Loestown and FranKfort pike one and a half miles frpm the city from Mr Frank Pilofer Time con sideration was 1500 cash A BAD SCARE Some day will got a bad scare when you feel a pain in your apponII3ItisSafetyLifd Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness coetivoness 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 Ua in to 9 p in except 11 n in 1 and 8 pm everyhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p 111 Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 n in to 11 p in except 11 a m 1 8 and 10 pf m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from G nIin to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9 p mICar 14 carrying freight express und trunks leavo Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10u m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a m Leaves Paris 115 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business und family tickets can be hud on application at tho com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phono 010 Homo Phone 1274R T GUME Manager tf J r NOBODY SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Frankfort Men and Women Old and Young AlikeI Kidney ills seize young and old alike Quickly cone and little warning I giveChildren suitor in their early years Cant control the kidney seore tion Girls are languid nervous suffer pain Women worry cant do daily workRobust men have lame and aching backsOld folks weak rheumatic lance Endure distressing urinary ills Tho euro for unarm for woman or I for child Ts to euro the causetime kidneys lJonno Kidney Pills cure sick I kidneys Cure suffering all tho varied forms of kidney Frankfort testimony guarantees boxevery Mrs Elizabeth Johnson wife of Y M Johnson market man re saysMybe eflted by the use of Roans Kidney Pills Some time ago ho had a bad spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for lie complained a grerat deal of a steady dull aching pain in his kidneys especially if h stooped or anything Ai weakness of tho kidney secretions was very annoying at night as Itl IIsawin our papers and a box was pro cured at J W Gayles drug store Ho began taking them at my re quest and to my glad surprise as ulmostIlmmodlate the ditliculty with the kidney secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as ho over did For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for time United States Remember the name Dnans and take no other = Tisnt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the house Never can toll what mo ment an accident is going to hap = pen CLIMATIC CURLS The influence of climatic con ditions in the euro of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Gorman Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to fa warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who aro benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial hottle 25c regular size Toe At all drug gists 1 yr CHAPS NO MORE r You need never bo annoyed by chapped or roughened skin This is a hint it will be well to heed because heeding means so much and costs so little It is chapiI regularly use Cuticilla Cream Delightful to use is entirely absorbed und begins healing the moment it is applied Price 15c Large Bottle 25c JIW GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky J IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 17WZ4 Cars KATES WHAT MORE WANT and been made under sonal supervision since its Allow deceive All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor outer Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates the Food regulates tho a Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWA the Signature The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsT- HC CLMTAUR 77 MURRAY STRICT NEW YCRK CITY LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLt EFFECTIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I Ex PMI Leave 225 S10S56 406 485 511 010 I Daily Ex Leave I 745 825 013 021 954 10 08I 900I this but and Bears Stations Lexington WinchesterClay Stanton Natural ridgerTorrent Beattyillo Junction uckson NoS- Trains except Sunday other trains daily except Sunday Trains close connection Junction points Trains Junction with 0tTrains Beattyvillo Junction LA J local BARR station General WINo AND KENTUCKY CHARLES SCOTT a2MIs Mls o 10s Sun I and Daily Ex Lye 818 I 0 40 57 62 70 I I at O K on O at L E O ilfc R er G P A 21 27 A M I I 20 22- 2Daily Ip M Lye 235is I I Stations I iTuckRon O K Junction Wilhurst Hampton Helvchnwn Cannel connection Junction fozLexington Eastern RuiluyISOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Te Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND TOME SEEKERS THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST contemplate a trip or a change of location in the the Henderson Kouto HabitIt tho comfortablo lino and comfortable train in traveling is ncquiroInam equipment tho train service the free chair earn and rates DO YOU H GALLAGHER L IRWIN Trav Pass At Gen Pass Aft HENDERSON ROUTE- LOUISVILLE t has his per infancy ono to you in Oil It COMPANY Sand No4 No8 of t City City all you near tho MIs 0 20 44 57 100 4 NoSSI IAMAr1 8BO IDally EXS AM I Ar 1010I 829 tIOtI 825 i No 3 a for tho 1 the Ry 1y for No 8 n at tho Ry for 1 025 848 152 18 122 105 If fu I no Leo on I 1 ItB 417 480 610 518 545 I No 2- 1Daily Ex Sand PMAr 1120 1128 1152 1158 I 1228 1245 DailyEx PM Ar 80 520 480 450 401 847 Xos Ry Nos with RAILWAY o 1 10 18 19 21 Z1 21 and 22 will make closo at O fc K with Nos 8 and 4 IINos tho and TO ture Got n you the J J KY I Queen and BrescentRoute I = I Shortest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI TANOO G A A T LAN T A- BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEWT ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Mat G E CLHHKfi TP A 8 Mail StreetLexington Kent 4 f1