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I THE lRANKI ORT RUNDABOUT f GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER1EVOJE1 TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKIUIS 00 In Advance 1 IIIH I Richmond Offers FREE to Kentucky a Ready = made Normal School Plant RICHMONDS 10000 OFFER FOR THE LOCATION OF A STATE NORMAL SCHOOL 00000 P i iev Main Building seating capacity 800 80000 Biicc Dormitory 5000 GMmiMsinni with Baths 5000 PI eplratory Building All steam limited und with water and light An Athlotc Field and a Grand Stand Twentyeight acres of Blue Grass Woodland the most beautiful College Campus in tho South all in readiness for occupancy A City with a College and School Spirit Richmond is the gateway from the western and north ern to the eartern and southeastern parts of ywithin It radius of 100 miles are 80 Coun tis The most accessible point to the majority of Kentucky teachers All of this we offer FHEF constituting the most liberal and economical proposition ever made to the taxpayers of Kentucky Adv For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FKANKFORT No VII Forty years ago tho dramatic spirit was strong with tho young men of Frankfort Anmtuiir coin pnn los voro organized popular plays put upon tilt stage wit all r the assuraiioo of old professionals costumes and souiiurv pnriliasud borrowed or improvised tho dilkr ont characters assigned according to rouognixotl or supposed talon and tho stage strut and melo dramatic mimicry performed ho foro crowded houses Many humoi ons episodes OCOUI Jed tilling th rendition of theso amateur theai ricals that never failed tobrin down tho house Much ingenuity and not a little adroitness and taut were displayed in putting the plugs and players as wull on the stugo- F n which tho managers and actors t wore ably assisted by their mothers sisters and sweethearts Consider f able money was also distributed 1for charitable purposes From ad fees ono company alono distributing over Jr r An upper room in tilt Bar tow 10bulldill on tho coiner of St Cluirj t anti Broadway Will the scent of f many theatricals and shows An amateur porformauco was on tho boards one night in which Win f Ming and las Watson wore actors King in his character was in dis guise and was in the midst of his recitation repeating in a deep stage voice Yo whoso melancholy gloI1I1wlwnI a small hey from a group near tho stago penetrating his disguise sail rather loudly thats BIlly King King suddenly broke oil in his recitation turned to the small hay mid In an undertone of inoiTablo disgust that was audible all over tho house oxclaimed you bo dII and then raising his voice ho concluded his rendition in sonorous tones with tho words no cords with tho sentiment of my wordslandheard and appreciated by the audi ence evoked immense applause The Metropolitan Theatre on St Clair stivit witli its narrow en trance and its circular rows of seats rising tier on tier from tho stage was tilt principal place of amnse mont prior to iS07 when it was de stroyed by fire Among the noted actors and npIwore Barney MoCauley Rauhol Johnson M A Meeker and wife H A Weaver and wife J5 Golden and wife McKean Buchan an 1L A Stepson and Maggie Mitchell TIlt great humorist and comic delineator Alf Burnett and tho aloo1l1plbhoduntriloqulst null sleightofhand performer Siguor BIltz also gave appearances upon its stage There wero frequent amateur theatricals and concerts rendered at intervals and with groat sue cess by the combined talent of tho city Theso unique affairs were almost always accompanied by in cidents of most amusing character that long lived to bo the pleasing stwlalllltollI noteable was a musical concert given by a company of assumed Italians con sisting of Kd Hensley as Signor Kdwardo Honleski1 Win H Averill as Signor A verillo Saul C and Charlos G Leonard as the brothers Leonard Ed Mitchell attired as a female as Mademoiselle Mitcholletto Bob Holton arrayed id an immense gown belonging to Marsh Woods mother as Madam Klophanti his huge proportions showing oil to advantage H B Tay lor as Ion Bobi Italio and Billy Hardie as Ions Billio llardi also took prominent parts With instru ments of enormous size and gro tesque shape some of those amateur Italians executed in front of a largo curtain or shield most dilll r ito i Vi oul pieces the real execution being by skilled musicians rata tioned behind the curtains though tho deception upon the audience was complete Sonic of tho per formers were never known to play a note or sing a line Ono performer in spadetail coat and hair parted in exquisite fashion and as unskilled in music as a goose in a quadrille performed a ditllcult olo on the violin to the delight of time audience Rut in responding to the encore tho real performer behind the curtain suddenly ceased to play leaving tho supposed mu sician sawing away in empty pun tutu line thus disclosing the decop tion Of another popular company Mr IJWag tItI was diiector and manager with Ten Nights in a Bar Iloom as title of tho success ful pieces In tills company Mr Sam D Johnson was a captivating fomalu character With head deco rated with beads that gracefully hung below the chin and wearing a beautiful croamcolored silk dress with liiiih corsage he or she handled his lor her fan and kicked his or her lung trail with tho grace and trust of the most accom plished queen of tho upper 10 Mr Chas Starling also appeared as a female character lint with a masculine tendency his largo left hand always brinuing down thu house with its manipulation of the fan Billy Dnnlap flub Par rent John n Dryden and others wore members of this company In the pathetic melodrama of Ton Nights in a Bar Hoom which was repeated several times to large audiences with marked appropriateness of costume and scenic effect John B Drdyen ap peared as JOt Morgan till drunk ard Goo Ii Payne as Willee Haul moral cad Way land Graham as Joo Morgans wife Junio Todd sustained tho character of Harvey Green tho Gambler John W Payne that of Bomaine Bob Ill lord appeared as Mohitablo Cart taiM smfJ wright and Frank Gray did a comic pert The same company also presented time play of Solon Slnngle anti other minor pieces Perhaps tilt most successful pro duction by Frankfort amateurs was that of the cantata of Queen Esther rendered with rich costumes aid splendid scenic effect before crowded and applauding houses in this city and Lexington The sing lug of Mrs Orbison Mrs John W Bodman Mrs Tom Hodman and Mrs Cotton of Versailles was a distinguished feature in this Bib Meal presentation Upon the IIsbaud uncut of another amateur company and a division of the money in tho treasury Tims B Ford was expelled on the ground of Doing tardy at rehearsals but really to make tho money divide even there being one person too many for that desired end The lire that consumed the Metro politan Theatre in 1H 7 was the first of a series of disastrous con flagrations that rapidly followed This fire oxb titled as far as WIlt xtls confectionery in the middlo of tho block A liter fire destroyed tho halt of the north side of the two blocks between St Clair and Ann streets except rime building where Hardies drug store now is and the threestory building on tlr corner of Ann and Broadway Another file began at the Mansion House and burned to Dr Rodmans otlice a child of Jake Harris being burned to death And still another Ire burned Oil tilt South side of Main street from Ann to the Halt xoll building on Lewis streetS S Out Minuto Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup mud whooping cough so long that it has proven to be a tried and true friend to tilt mommy who use it No need to femur of your child choking from Group with One Minuto Cough Cure handy Sold by J W Gaylo Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrup purUioa tho blood Cerate heals ekln eruption I i crv I All IiiierestiiiaTWCR FOU Ili1ER Oi- rEmbroideries i oilsrWhite Goods ti In conned ion with cu- rIig Embroidery SillWI will olTor omo extra rdi nary values in White Linens English NainsooksCambrics Long Cloths- Mercerized White Goods Extremely Fasoinatinu Alt tho tPlmtifuJllnillty materials that will IIP lip played in the Vhitt1 Goods pirtmont High quality has lpn so dtlight tally combined with low prices Note the following illcials ll c Cambric lOc yd Fine quality English Nain sook specmi value 15e yd Sjo Blenched Iotton 7 l2cyi Mercerized White Goods One lotllf dainty oft maul rinl with heat 1iote atilt ilo 1m ten really worth line per yn special pried loc JU White Linen Waistings and Suitings- in wide Linen Lawn Ltjjku tilnl quality 25 yd iiii in wiilo Irish Linen 25c yl wnrriultedtFine quality White Tlaiil Linen latest novelty for wust iiig 50e d Same low pricey prevail on Kmbroidenes Cw jjjW1OkI r 41 St Clair St at Bridge I WANTED Mtii women boys and girls to rcjircsont MeCluros Magazine laud pity Address 07 must Uld St N Y City llult Big Embroidery lace and White Goods Sale Our great cut sale of hundreds of yards of Embroidery is going on All choice new patterns We are offering them at half their real value One big lot worth lOc and 12c will go at 5c one big assortment worth 15c cut to 7c 50 pieces worth 15c 18c and 2pc as long as they last for lOc one lot slightly soiled less than half price The greatest values in Laces at 4c 5c 6c 7c8 l3c and lOc India Linen specials at 5c 8 l3c and 10c Large selection of White Goods Dont miss this opportunity CHARLES WEITZEL FRANKFORT KY PERSONAL== = == 1 RiChmondjns visited hero this week Mrs Frank H Johnson of Lou isville is visiting here Miss Mary Page visited relatives in Louisville this week Rev Geo W Kemper of Midway was here Tuesday Col Bennett H Young of Louis ville was here this week Prof C1 Norwood of Lexing ton was here nn Tuesday Mr Jas M Wakefield left Tues day for Eastern Kentucky t returne11from to Chicago Ills on a visit ExSenator S W Tolin of Bur lington was here this week Mr Jake Corbett of Wickliffe was a visitor here this week Judge W lr Beckner of Win chester was here this week Mrs Virgil Hewitt visted rela tives in Louisville this week Judge S G Krimer of Catlotts burg was in the city Monday Col ChasM Lewis of Shelby ville was in the city this week Prof E E Wood of Williams burg was in the city this week Sheriff J W Jones of New- Castle was in the city Thursday Mr Albert H McClure returned Sunday night from New York City Mrs Ed Porter Thompson who has been very ill is convalescent Judge E C ORear went to nisi farm near Mt Sterling on Friday Col Geo G Fetter Public Printer was in the city this week Mr Sam Roddo and wife have returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Doslia lireckinridge of Lox ington was a visitor hero Thurs day I Mr W Horace Posoy made a business trip to Louisville on Tues day Mrs A D Martin entertained at Bridge Whist on Wednesday after noon Dr J N McConnack of Howl ing Green was in the city this week Col Julio B Thompson of liar t rodsburg was a visitor hole this lIweekMr Basil Kenney and Mr Leroy Choate visited in Georgetown Sat urday Rev R L McCroady of Louisville was in the city Sunday and Monday Miss Esther Burnam of Rich mend was the guest of friends hove this week President J K Patterson of state College Lexington was hero this took Mr George Sehon of the Chil irons Home Louisville was hero JthlH week Mrs neo W Wilder and son of Paris woro guests of relatives here this week Mr Samuel E Blackburn of Louisville was a visitor hero ThursdayRev B Chinn who has boon ill for several months is con valescing Miss Aunio Crutoher roturned Saturday from a visit to friends in Lexington Mr Geo A Brawnor has gone to Portsmouth Ohio to do some con tract work Mr Geo A Newman editor of i the Louisville Herald was in tho city Monday Supt E H Doak of the State Reform School of Lexington was hero Tuesday Judge Geo DuRolIe of Louisville was in the city on legal busi ness this week Mr C Steele Reading returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Shelby county Miss Genevieve Posoy is visiting her uncle Mr C K Berryman in Washington City Mrs Caswell Bennett and daugh tel Miss Virginia of Eddyville are visitors here Capt G D Ripley of Oldham county was in the city Thursday a business tripon Hallio Lawson of Bagdad IJiSS the guest of Mrs Sallie this week J Paul Swain who has been visiting relatives at Smithfield has returned home jMiss Bessie Simpson of Nich olasville is the guest of Miss Amy Lyons South Side Llw1renceuurgP Brown this week Mr B D Warfield of Louisville attorney for tho L N R R was in tho city this week Mr W S Farmer attended the State Sundayschool Convention in Louisville this week Capt r T West and Mr James B West returned from Jackson county on Friday night Mrs F H Hat and son With row visited Mr Rohr Half at State College this week Mr W A Burkamp of Newport former member of the Legislature was hero this week Mrs E E Hume and daughter Miss Eleanor returned from Now York City on Friday night Rev R E Abraham of Middleb borough was a visitor at his old home in this city this week Mrs Jule Day of Louisville was thin guest of Mr George Baker and wife Third Avenue this week Miss Roberta Trunibo was tho guest of her sister Mrs Millard F Wood in Lexington this week Mrs Covington of Bowling Green was the guest of Mrs W T Rending Elks Place this week Mrs Addle Wright of Hatton was the guest of Mrs J lL Per kins East Main street this week Mrs T N Roberts of Hatton was the guest of Mrs J M Per kins East Main street this week Mr John F Davis Jr of Lake land was tho guest of his parents Col John F Davis and wife Sun day Miss Mary Diokorson of Lexing ton who hits been till guest of Miss duly Lyons returned homo Satur tiny Miss Aileen Crosthwaito who is attending Cardomo School at Georgetown was at homo this week Mrs l T West returned Satur day1 night from a visit to her laughter Mrs H M Bergman at Nottio Walcutt of Lake- land who has hewn tho guest of Mrs H S Kollor has returned home Mr Paul Woitol and wife of Lexington were called hero by tho lentil of his brother Mr Henry Weitzel Mr L Samuel of Shelbyvillo who so recently lost his wife is visiting his daughter Mrs David P Davis Lieut Gov Wm P Thorno left Wednesday for Chicago Ills to attend the Insurance Commission ers Conference t f Judge A It llurnam of Rich mond was in the city Thursday Mr W Rhodes Shackleford of Richmond was in the city on Thursday Editor J H Sullivan of theI Shelby Sentinel was in the city Thursday Miss Leila Calhoun of Tarry town Js Y who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned home Mrs Belle Sanders Allen who has been visiting her sister Mrs O W Thomas in Louisville has returned homo Capt Oscar Barrett of the Frank fort Elevator Coal Co who lives in Cincinnati irmde a business trip here on Wednesday Col J L Rodman and wife who have been guests of her sister Mrs A U Booth in Louisville have returned home Mr Win Montgomery after a visit to his parents Mr J F Montgomery and wife has returned to Easton Penn Mrs G B Stout of Missouri who has been the guest of Mrs Thos P Averill Washington street hills gone to Versailles Mr Hawthorne Hill Jr of NewI York City who has been the of his grandmother Mrs N Sawyier has returned home Hon John G Carlisle of Now York City was in the city yester day to argue the Berea College Case in the Court of Appeals Col Gas M Lewis was called to Omaha Neb on Wednesday by the dangerous illness of his aged mother He has the sympathy of many friends here Mr Chas Oliver U S Navy who has been in the Navy for a year is at homo on a iuilough His sister Miss Corinne enter tained in his honor this week Tile senior class of the Midway Orphans Homo under tin1 ehap oronago of Rev G W Kemper and Dr Joe Lehman came down to the Legislature anti other sights this week Ns spopslnbnne of human exist ence Burdock Blood Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach oaS TOnIABears dlgnatlU8 of A Ins LittleEarly Risers The famous little pills FOR SALE FtRMS1Vo can locate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas Okla homa and Indian Territories Wo have a largo list of lands in these States ranging from 100 an acre up We havo a millibar of tracts of lands in Franklin county ranging from 1000 an nerd up Wo call special attention to four vacant lots in Winchester Ky Those lots urn desirably located each 50x140 foot and all for the low price of 500 If ou have a farm for sale or towliprorerty for sale list it with you a buyor If you have land to rent wo will find you a tenant 0 X AgentsElkJany 204t J ii 1t fejaM t fe riiiioiiiery alldhuto Goods Sale Nexf week we show the largest stock of Embroideries and Laces that are positi ely the best values ever offered ill the city SILKS SILKS r We are still offering the same values and making the same cut on Silks that prevailed last week Dont ForgetYou can buy a Skirt Length or Misses School Dress very Y low We have a Jew remnants at a mere trifle f F JHEENEY 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 price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over Iud is sold under a GUARANTEE that menus SOME THING Jf you neda new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling anil repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us lulu our rep resentative will call to see you We tall vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoI IJ VERSAILLES KY lI K WAHD President O M BH nrxrsGIJ Why Buy McClures heCIl1SoItFIH8T THE PRIOR It costs but onu dollar a year or less than ton cents n numlmr for totwentywrltmthoIllstKorials such as HchursJUcminlncos or Halters Railroad articles onlyentertahtingand all Americans urn most interested at tho time No subjects in tho next twolvo months ofliftful interesting WilY FOURTH 1TS CHARACTER McCluros Magazine not edited for children but at tho advurtisingpagMcClures Magazine YUllrIIluhscrllltionorfor S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK You can earn a good income by taking up tho business of securing subscribers for McOluroa ThoWaypltt 1j i b1ital L d 14Hi 41 t tGOVNSjif AgOodclualit nt5 0 A h125 quulity Iii 100 r SKIBTS Xfut styles 5le A 100 qUIIity tOe 1leautifttl LII f 7ntlnoir trinlnuI 200 to 500 DRAWERS A jweinlynlue 20 Tine gmtiity neat trimming 50r SIIIIti JNGS- int showing Nv utxtrittls fo mens ihilt lOl to 25c rogm for NExt Week 1IH1PTt 1 STAGE BECOMES RIVAL OF CHURCH Bible Scenes and Characters Are Soon to ho Presented to T leatre goors Will do Great Good or Work Muoh Harm Question Has Ben Raised as to Advisability of Putting on Such a Play The tremendous question nIchurch and stage is about to raised as it has never beiMi bofore in Frankfort Gordon = liennotts Company will produce at the Cup ital Theatre next Wednesday Fob ruary 7 a play dealing with tho life of our Lord Tlio play is called The Holy City mil is by CJar onco Bennett a journalist It is in blank verse- 1ho principal characters are Magdalen Harannas inryI a Jewish patriot Judas Judas Pontius Pilate tho High Priest Peter and John the disciples Lazarus and Zaohi arias Elizabeth mother of John tho Baptist King Herod and his daughter the Princess Salome and twenty other imaginary char actors complete tho cast Thorn aro four acts and a total dramatis porsonnao of forty people I Briefly stated the story of tho play is as follows Mary of Magdaln is beloved of Harannas and is also tho favorite of Caiaphas Act finds Barannas who is hunted by the Roman soldiers Marins tho Roman Captain Silj onus a dissipated Roman Iscariot and a number of women pleaseknocks a vase into the street where thu Lord and His followers tiro preaching and healing the ill1 Enraged Simon Peter and a mob break into Marys house and Peter upbraids her for her evil life at tho saute time telling her of the death of hot brothurr Lazarus The act closes with the conversion of tho Magdalen after a fierce struggle with the fascination oflher old life She loots out strong light indicates that Christ has turned His pity in t Iaze upon hlIjInAct 2 takes place in the courtyard of Marthas home Hero within tho house tho Lord is visiting Mary poorly clad and penitent 1111 turns to her home and isstruH with wonderment to find Lazarus raised from the tomb She enters the house and anoints the head cfj Christ with precious ointmeii Returning her exaltation tae reached snch heights that she cures Kacharias of blindness by saying that the Lord has com manded her Hither comes BallutInas who stows his freny of He is enraged when Alary tolls him that she will follow time Barannas is taken by NUlarelllIand the act closes trayalof Christ Act deals with tho judgment Pilate the denial of Peter and tllIl so of Baranuas and the order 4 Crucifixion tolls the story of the Lord Llelel tho thunders and earth and the rending of the veil r o orI i= = == ul tiL r Ir Jy 1- w IfI SiIIJI m Jt rro amw oroaavw ot tn odfniormN nu curtaeAmtaagraurmo 91nB of the Temp Judas TOPS mad mid ImiiLs himself The curtain falls the ramlcst portrayal of the inspiring spootaolo a nlleyorkal reproduction of th AngcloActof Ariniathoa and tot sacred tomb Tho various characters of tho play pass and ropus through out tho scono limo treat Li ht shines tlio liotimn soldiers fall on their faces Caiaphas conics foreboding and finds tho empty an angel appears und an nounces that the Lord is risen Mary comes and tolls how she has seen Christ again and Harannas is converted limo final curtain falls amid tho strains of Time Holy Cityamidt- he Ascension of Christ und the angels toiCapitolICon h and colds down to the innIences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup IlOUR EUROPE FREE The CouriurJuurmil to Take Nine teen Young Women Abroad GuestsiThe CourierJournal is conducting a popularity contest that eclipses anything of tho kind every promoted in this section Briefly tho Conrior Journal proposes to take on a seven weeps tour abroad nineteen young women from Ken tacky and Southern Indiana all expenses paid from tho duty the party loaves Louisville July 12 until it returns to Tho Old Ken tucky Homo August 2J To give all chance tho CourierJournal has divided Louisville and Ken tucky and Southern Indiana into eighteen districts and the most popular young woman from each district is to be the ono to make tho tour limo nineteenth young woman is to bo selected in another way Headers of the CourierJour nal ate to select tho guests for tho paper by ballot It is estimated that tho trip alone will cost tho CourierJournal about 10000 to stay nothing of incidental and other necessary expenses There may be- n young woman from this section tOllrlWritoville Ky for a list of candidates full details of the to- ilCASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- SlguQturn of N1SIv LAW LEHKIMr A G Hpiidrick SulitilIandehuts been appointed law clerk to Judge Nunn of the Court of Ap peals He came here on Thursday FRANKFORT CEMETERY CO Frankforting December 190- 3RECEI pjSICash balance on December 1104 1841 W Cash from suit of lots 2147 tICash grave permits lUfil Cash sundries collections Eby superintendent 1281 IESalaries 891 Labor 1780 54 Contingent fund 77054 Balance on hand Decem bet 31 1905 2o9S 39 231CnCash balance JnOS ml Total cash and invest ments 10718 35I E L SAMUEL Pros I THOS P AVERILL Sec February 8lt tiOnly ono remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the slain in may part of the body Dorms Ointment At any drug store 50 cents STAMPING GRO U DiMr Joel S Head of Hurgin was the guest of his son Mr Richard C Head this week Mrs P H Duvall who has been very ill is improving Wo regret to say that Miss Sallie weakorI ChiIthe store of his fatherinlaw Mr A Ford Mr A Ford is very much im proved from tho stroke of paralysis which he sustained some time ago limo Peoples Hank kayo moved into their new building Tollgornow building Thorn is only ono lot in the burned district which lias not boon built upon- DiedJnmmaary 24 at tho rosi douce of Mr Jus W ovington Mrs Ellen Johnson willow of the late Mr Anderson Johnson of pneumonia aged HI years the funeral services were conducted on Thursday by Rev C L Ford cued the remains were interred in our cemctorv UNO OLD TAYLOR TilE lUE IIEHIKENTUCKY W1IKEY- E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 4 I= =114 LLU mill A Groat Carnival OfuIr luliu lilt O ltnarg kuul but cilo lnMioii lily luau litii jiiaty ti Ill rim mil bo rififl q till Ii y llIitrlilI V a h LAST PEItFOJUllXCj 1THE ION fCiHl lime Hoyt Comedy Co which hits been playing to packed houses at wJI1Ithey will presont that sensa IllIIJhis is one of the best repertoire companies which has ever ap p4ar in Frankfort and every ono who has attended has been de lighted with their performances and specialties which were tho best to be obtained in tnis country This afternoon they will give 100 toys toI the children attending the matinee boIThe pricos of admission are within the reach of nllJO 20 and 80 CEJntsIGo to Barretts early today you want to secure goods seats fu tonight MANDATE HELD UP ntIWashington City on Tuesday on motion of James H Howards at torneys tho mandate from that court was ordered held up until March 2 when arguments will ho heard as to granting a now trialof the motion to have that court take jurisdiction of the clseIKODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU ENlIJust a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness botching ga on stomach and all other symp toms of indigcsrion Kodol digests what you pat amid enables tin stomach find diipstivo organs to perform thfir functions nariinillr Kodol is a thorough diiosrant and will allord relief from any disorder hue to imperfect digestion or inul assiinilation Sold bv J W Taye- BLUE GRASS TRACTION AXYiLexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from ium m to 0 p except 11 n in and S p m Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 pu0 ex cept li noun 2 and 0 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7a in to 11 p in HXiepfc 11ii in S ami 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour front ia m to 10 p in exeept 10It m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington fir Georgetown at 5550 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at l lli5a in Leaves Paris 145 p in Freight rates taro speeial rates 11tlwutlbusiness anil fancily tickets can bo hail on application at the com Inilllstrcpt 1274I f4 rk14 ryj y f f Bears tile exare 1fJ 1 CORSET COVERS SiMrial 25f 2ic and ilJf tyles jlIl1 to i Broken lot odd sixcs GOWNS SKIRTS CORSET COVEL- SIfAVERS Twpnty per cent oil regular price a R NEW COVERT JACKETS ISppcialH at 500 and Spring styles in wits awl Skirts tJ1l n A S T RZalto Hau BouQhtl GOOD for OLD and YOUNG 1 August Flower keeps the children healthy fruilstrong of vigor nucl frolic the whole day long Mamma needs more they rush thigh glee anaIAnd uiel- Cfluability shout to the druggist Please give to get up brisk and fresh the morning lack of appetite muddy complexion and poor SpIrits stomachttoo They also indicate the urgent need regularlqltis a reliable old remedy for all stomach indigestiondspepsia kfqrwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists IFOl SIP by W Gayle iJ m lVJ 81181f Itirrt LINE J ISKTWKKX LOUISVILLE EV tNSVILLE ST LOUIS v- SOUTHWEST 1IS VIA i LfllliSYi11OllAllderOllEllhll t tLJli0N taeir DERSON 111 OTi Jj IULII1 SLEIIE1lS Ill HE 111HMjIXIXG CHAIR CARS Spcoiiil Romultrip Ilotnetevkers ltnteg thirdCucadaySpifijilTcwrisf Rates to Colorado Tox ns et Mexico on snle daily until April 3utli Limit to return May 81 SouthI ILJ IRWIN Passenger Agent KyJTraveling Passenger Agent Tae rankrOnHOUn allout Cntml tIlt Itdk at Frmkfort Ken turky iisMoHitliltiss nuilalili matter u GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANIFORT FEB 3 1906 10 OVR JATUOXS AND THE prrLie A number of baseless statements havo gone to tho public with regard to nllairs in our ofllov Yo desire to say that ALL of our BEG U LA K FORCE art at work and aro satisfied wirh their positions and compensation They have been with us for lone years In addition we have not a printer in our olHco to whom wo are not paying regularly as much if not more than the union printers are paid The men who wont out cause 0 here to do some extra work and t wore notified of the conditions under which they could bo em- ployedt before they wont to work and accepted them They and they alone undertook to change I tho status of affairs N o man can truthfully say that we have ever mistreated any one t in our employ Wo have tried always to treat them as we wish to under like IFcircntnstanoes i Another fact our work has in NOti WAY boon interfered with or IretardedIt is hardly necessary foi us to any this to the people where wo It were born and have spout our lives 1 but the general public may not know the true state of the case Most if not all the stories in careful circulation about tho mat i ter are simply and wholly false i GEO A LEWIS TRAGIC DEATH t Dr J H Dye and wife of Lout isville who were riding in an auto mobile from their country homo wore struck by a Louisville South 1ern train on Monday morn ing iu y a dense fug and instantly killed r For ThinI Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why yourIiEmulsion is wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they dot not cry they are rich fat is laid up for of need They are Itime because they are The fat sur their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emulsion It is as sweet as wholesome to them s Send for free sample Be sure that this picture the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy Scott 8r Bowne Chemists 4O9 4tS Pearl Street Xmw York and 100 All DruggitU s Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than jthe Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Ncr ine in restor ing it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as haveluring the three suffered from nervous prostration found morphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in suchagony knowing it about the only thing that would give resist it it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never fun realized its signin cance until Iliad used it n number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be n slave to such demon About this time happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say am cured of using morphine Now however much sons may it God is my witness I perI cured This testimonial is unsolicited feel it m duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufieringlATTJE PHILLIPS Irescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dx Miles Medical Co Elkhart led BEAUTIFUL ENTERTAINMENT One of tho prettiest entertain ments of the season was that g enII by Col E H Toy lor Jr and J Swigert Taylor and wife in honor of Miss Mary Hello Taylor at their handsome home Thistle ton1 on the Louisville pike two miles from tho city on Tuesday nightThe elegant homo was beauti fully decorated and brilliantly lighted from cellar to attic A very large crowd of beautiful women fashionably attired and attended by gentlemen in conven tional dross suits filled tho house from early in tho evening until 12 oclock at night The supper which was served by Miss Benedict of Louisville was elegant and satisfying and was handled by a corps of trained wait ers which added to the pleasure of the guests These good people always enter tain in the best stylo and make every guest feel lit homo and tho cordiality extended is refreshing and heartwarming Every one present was delighted with the affair which was throughout managed with grace and ease and heartily congratu lated their hosts an hostesses THE GRAND OLD MAN On Wednesday lust tho Legislature of Kentucky honored itself by honoring Hon Preston H Leslie exGovernor of the State of Ken tucky and also of Montana whore he now resides Oov Leslie is SS years of age belongs to an age long past laud there were intellectual giants in the Legislature and State of KentuckyGov In at tho invitation of tho Legislature addressed that b dy in joint assembly His tal and physical vigor are unabated and he is the samo ruggedly hon est upright Christian elltlemnlli that ho was when ho sat tuckys gubernatorial chair in the 70s Ho steps about as vigorously as a much yellllgtl1lnlll1- Vhilo here ho met quite a number of rhoso who know him when Gov ernor hut lid missed many a face that groetud him then of those that now and loved him J ArSB THE TRUCE Tho liverymen of Frankfort have raised the price of hacks to fune rals weddings and other entertainments from to 4 Whooppou Cant afford to die or to marry at that rate AWFUL DEATH Conductor Peter Miller of the C O Railway was caught under an overturned stove in a freight wreck on that road near Preston on Tuesday and roasted to death Horrible y ooV ci k ty7 FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL ENTEHTAIMNENT Tho pupils of tho Frankfort High School gave an entertainment in honor of the Legislature1 in tIll chapel of the school building on uIJwsllll It was siuh an hHIIhTho following was the program Chorus = Skaters Song Schu mann School Recitation Miss Hobson Chorus Come and Adore Gounod School Recitation Tho Other Wise Man Van Dyke Miss Monday Song Thourt Like Unto a Flower Rubenstein Young Ladles Recitation The Horse Trade Westcott Mr Kenney Song Constantinople Grade Pupils Chorus The Wanderer Ger man Melody School Masque j A Ga i s b o r o ugh Lady fMerrington Miss Rodman and Mr Choato Solo A Winters Tale Miss Allen Recitation Those Days in Old Virginia Page Miss Weathers Chorus Blue Bells of Scot land Scotch Melody School Recitation = Gin ona Rogers Miss Roberts TABLEAU ILLUSTRATING RECITATION nJust as she looks there in her bridal dross She was all gentleness all gaye- tybAnd in tho lustre of her youth silo gave her hand with her heart in it to Francesco o = Twas but that instant she had left Francesco laughing and looking bac- kdWithin that chest she con cealed herself Misses ParkSODonnell South Marshall Kennedy and Nell Messrs Glenn Culbertson Sal yors Williams Mayhall and Sut terlin Final Chorus WOMENS WOES Frankfort Women Are Finding Re lief at Last It does senm that women have more thunn fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they mustkeel up must attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearing down pales they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with tacking pains und many aches from ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of tho body Keep the kidneys well and health is easily maintained Read of a remedy for kidneys only that helps cures the kidneys and is en by people you know InnMrs Mildred S Betts wife of M Betts carpenter of lilt Short Street says My kidneys troubled mo for some years oil and on I tried different remedies but with out obtaining nay permanent relief The pain in my back was often very severe especially at night before retiring and in the morning when I would first got up There was also a kidney weakness dis tressing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured were just like mine Willing to try almost anything to get relief I went to J W Gaylos drug store and gota box I took them as direcled and soon noticed the diifor eiuie in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and tho other complaints were ban ished Doans Kidney Pills nut like magic and the relief they give is lastingFor by all dealers Price cents FostorMilburn Co Buf alo N Y solo agents for tho United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other LOSKS OUT Capt Thos C Jones of this city for so many years U S Consul at Funohal been superseded by Mr Maxwell Blake of Missouri The many friends of genial Capt Junes will regret to learn of his bad luck but will rejoice to see him back in tho Old Kentucky Home NEVER GRIPE OR SICKEN They never gripe or sicken hilt cleanse and strengthen the stom auk liver and bowels This is tho universal verdict of tho many thousands who use DoWilts Little Early Risers Those famous little pills relieve headache constipation biliousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complexion etc Try Little Early Risers Sold by J W Gaylo JJt Weavora Treatment Syrop for the blood Cerate for akin eruption tf Pleasant to take hl ka il TnJo Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor 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 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 bringIabout a complete cure 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 f any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and FingersIScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins J Monkey WlaenchesIPipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GI STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLLQuality The Leading GrocertorThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made l Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place g t flIllr Cmlys Comlllfou ioTrucra are lust what horse needs when in bad loniUtion Tonic blood purifier nlJ vermifuge They are not food 1 q medicine and the best in use to pUt j horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComnte Gayl- oIllinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No 103 Memphis N O ltd No Leaves U40 Arrives 745nlI1 Nuw OrlciuiH Bpoclol No 1201 n in Arrives 6551 No Local Mull Loaves 720 u in Arrives 465 in intermediateIown o Hopkinsville except no Sunday service to Klizabuthtuwn Hogen vole Stops at all stations No Accommodation Leaves 480 p in Ar ives 055 a m For Central Connecting service to HodLeuvillo and KUzabethtown except oa Sundays Stop at all stations A Trains Run DaIly 0 soufliern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from j Lexington and Louisville CS 10 Sf Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Limvo Lexington 510 a m Lou isville 000 u in Arrive St Louis S1L p Currying vestihnle1 coaches and UnfaObservation Parlor Car Meals a la oarto through without change Loavo Lexington 580 p in Louisville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 712 n in =Carrying Proc 2 Chuir Cars and Pullman Siesprir1ihrot1 without change Reserve Sleeping CarJUorthe at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave ta WATCHESA- RECARRIEDI ALL OVER1I NO lib Cases plain simple and ornate I Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or r SELEERT BEVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR FEl3RUA RY The following are the assignments of internal revenue storekeepers storekeepergangers and gangers for the month of February as made by Collector Roberts J Stoll Co Lexington John T Gunn nay duty Z Phelps additional and bottling duty L Lusby meal room w T Sellers aught H H Foreman and A G Leonard gangers 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W A Hamilton day 11IF1J4i H G Holliday additional and bottling Frank Hurting meal rom W C Slye night L M Uatlln ganger 4 W A Gaines Co Frnnkfort Bnckner McElroy day J G Brawnor meal room R H Daven port additional C H Morgan Additional J B Spiers additional Grl Scearce bottling L R Steeley night S A Powell W M Safioll C N Wiard gangers 6 J E Pepper Co Lexington W S Lyne day A B Piper additional ford bottling T E Old Jiam additional D C Berryman auger 0 Poyntz Bros Co Maysville P D Wells storekeeperganger 9 S J Greonbanm Midway H S Sinclair day E B Davis ad ditional G P tional P G Powell bottling P S Rule meal room J H Smoot I night Wrl Crosthwaito J A Eastin J R Sams and P P Par rish gaugurs 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiser tonN A Moore day R D Grant meal room B E Smith gnugrI D M O Throckmor David Harp but- tling JM Stevenson meal roots J M Molnham night J P Jrnugerr Distillery Co O Kash day STRONG StovallofTiltonGa a said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia r Cure Hundreds tofother weak women are being re stored to perfect tl health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it Indigestioncausol nearly all the sick ness that women have It d rives the system of nourish ment and t delicate organs peculiar to women suPvr weaken and become i diseased lDyytepsia Cure enables the s mach and digestive organs digest and Assimilate all of the whole food that maybo eaten It nourishes body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring alth and strength Kodol cures indigestior onstipation dyspepsia sour risings belc ngheartburn and all stomach- disorders I Digests What You Eat tileIi Againis rrepra t tile Lbof SODWitt- d OoOhcgoUSA ih l I f 1 r tif KEEPING A GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man who succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them standard and reliable movements find here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers t M A BnrbridJwjdn odol would Only place Speed F Owen additional and bot thug H S Foreman J 24 J H Rogers Co Maysvillo Oscar nl1gerI32 E M Babbitt Craig day J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinkerton g tumor 33 George Baker Frankfort S P Willis day L F T Steele meal room S A Barber addi tional Will Robinson night John Stephanski ganger 87 John Cochran Co Frank fortH Strauss day D B Wal cutr additional and bottling 1 T West meal room Adolph Wells night A V Combs YnrnallISparks additional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gauger 48 N T Boggs BlaineC L Osborn storekeepergauger 50 W J Frazier VersaillesGus Whitehouse storekeeperganger 2 Labrot Graham Frankfort W L Baker day C H Talbot additional and bottling R H Whittington meal room S D Pinkerton gauger 58 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfou J B Dagley day H S Boll meal room J M Fraley additional A O Walker night J W Black gaugor 72 J J Chambers Moans J M Brown storekoeporgaugor 01 J J M Saifell Frankfort Amos Griffith day A W Nn zor additional and bottling F D Clark gangerf- lO J N Blakomore Frankfort LanHoosenight Chilton Osboru mono r cm C gnugt3rlO Sthmpin- garoundH F Jouott storekeeper gauger 106 W A Gaines Co Frank fortL L Lomaster day G T Alountioy additional G W McConnell additional J D Shy additional E E Price additional R F Fannin meal room J M Tanner bottling Richard B Woqdforcl night T L McConnell und J H Murray gnu ors 113 G1 Stagg Co Frankfort J E Hanrahan day J Cox additional W H Snoed bottling L B Diggs meal room J J Kearns additional T J Craig night H T Gaines gauger 848 David O Williams flume B J Blankenship storekeeper ganger 37 Conn Garvin Limestone E W Lane storekeeperganger 848 Sparks Conn Gimlet A B Flanery storekopporganger IBO Ellington Johnson Lime stonoI C Holbrook storekeeper ganger t 850 Eastern Kentucky Distilling Co Webbvillo Holla Fannin storekeeperganger 840 Hubert Fulton Culver B F Thorn berry storekeeperganger Lexington PnhliuWarehousu Co Lexington W F Croghan and 1 A Logan storekeepergangers General Lox ington F Lexington BlJelllIHamilton J S Strader Sons Tho W J Co T H Shelby Jr glU Frankfort BeetitlorsI PSmithI liams C N Wiard ganger FREER + IHI CAHSIThe Sou augnratod free reclining chair car service between Louisvillu and Evansville on their lust through trains leaving Louisville 7U a and 5 pm daily and running solid to Kvansvillo without uhange This lino also operates free reclining chair cars on night traits trust Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is 28 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and 48 miles tho short est to St Louis Mr Weavers Syruj nml Cornee Successful treatment for blood and eklu dlseuM W A NIl Jllstrlct Managers to post signs advertise and distribute pOl1dnypresent employment SHEAR Chicago CO 89 IDEALI 1itilG qiifr wv y i- aZk dit t v IMPORTANT DECISION 1Tho Court of Appeals in an spin ion rendered on Wednesday held that tho funds of National Banks invested in government bonds wore exempt from taxation by tho State counties or municipalities This is n farreaching and impor tant decision and means a loss of revenue to the State ofjjg some 5500000 A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keepolf periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constl pation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me II writes John N Pleasant ofi Magnolia Ind Tho only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaoton to everybody or money re funded Only 25o at all druggists WHO BUILT IT The question has frequently been asked us who built tho old stone house at tho south end of the St Clair street bridge Wo would bo glad if any one who knows would supply us with the information It is a splendid piece of work even now The corners are as square as can be made and the walls are plumb and true anti re flout credit upon the workmanship of tho man who built it THE END OF THE WORLD Of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness canto when ho began taking Electric Bitters Ho writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great sniloring which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Such cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price oOe G naranteod by all druggists For Your- Protection The prescription department is tho important part of any drug store Ours is modern in every respect In the high character of tho inothe methods compounding in tho skill of our phaniwcists it is thoroughly uptodate We believe that the service ren dered has a value for you 1Iyond any money value and it- costs you nothing whatever OUR PRICES Are as low as good prescription work can be done anywhere lower than tho usunl cost in most places I W GAYLE DruggistICorner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky f t Ll f Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD The Leading Newspaper of the Blue Grass The Lexington Herald FOR 500 PER YEARIf paid in ad ance on or before January 15th 06 Regular Rates 6 Per Year ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORrS ComicI Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock market re ports from all of the leading cities The most com plete neighborhood news The only daily paper that covers all of the happenings of Central Kentucky Address The Lexington Herald Co Lexington Ky Roundabout and Herald for one year in advance S575 CHIEF TAYLOR RETIRES After seventeen years of useful and successful service Mr E Hickory Taylor Chief of the Fire De partment retired from that posil tlon on Thursday last Much of the successful work of this department is duo to the cour ago and good judgment of Mr Tay lor Ho carries with him Into re tirement the confidence ford respect of every one rIN SELFDEFENSE EUIIilloncobought a box of Buuklcns Arnica 811of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since It Quickest healer of iiiuns Sores Cut and Wounds Jut at all drntr stores I DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT- St Clair Flats jf Port Huron By the Magnificent Steamers Of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat afterarncalofmorning trams Returning arrive Week Days 830 r1toool1 Fare to Detroit untimitedround trip Si Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days Si Sunday 1750 Tolt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 300 meals and berth extra Special Rate to SociititJ Closeconnections at Detroit with steam es for Hullalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Agent or write F BiELMANTrMprWiiOOLOENDJAPA uu EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD GOIN SCOTT GO- JNBUILDRRS AXD GENERAL CONTRACTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned- Old phono am Iorid4New Orleans Cuba reached comfort via- OUEEHftCHESCENI ROUTE AND SOUTHERN fry THREE TRAINS A DAB Chicago Florida Special January Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 020 P IILEXINGTON llilOP MPiningand ft Auuustlnc via Cbatt nootia and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Loavo 1tLEXINGTON DANVILLE HSOOAY Da Coacher Pullman 81lJlel ooh St uwuettrieblirovepertini Netloans via Chattanooga Atlanta ind ghau Queen Crescent Special DnaUIaS1allnnll IIreduChas W Zcll D P Cincinnati Lexlntfoo Kr vi i w c Rixuitsow- G1qrtnLC11CINNLTr h V4 dir r AEio FARMEES4W- E kI iI Iii lHAVE JUST RECEiV D OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Periect Electrically Welded- Fences Yrd1 = L fIL No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rock of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by r Buggy Rugs of Al Kinds MARRIED ol SCOTPGIVINNIn this county on Monday Mr Thos J Scott and Miss Nellie Gwinn were married SA MS101VNEVTn this coun ty on Monday Mr Win Sams and Mrs Alice Downey were married by Rev Mr Hukill BUTTON HUGHES In this city on Monday Mr Harvey Hut ton and Miss Mary Jane Hughes both of Anderson county were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church WEITZEL In this city on Monday Mr Henry Weilzel aged 49 years of Rrights disease Mr Weitzel was the son of Mr Louis Weitzel and wife Ho loaves a father mother four brothers and four sisters ato mourn his death He was a clever and social man The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Father Thos S Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd fin Thursday and the remains were laid away in the Catholic Cemetery PENN HOCKENSMITH The following announcement has been madeMr Jesse Hoekensmith told wife Request the pleasure of your cum t pany at the marriage of their laughter Jessie To Leo G Penn Which will occur on Wednesday February 7th at 8 BRG oclock p in Miss Hockensmith is one o Franklin countys sweetest and most popular glllsa genuine Kentucky girl Mr Penn is one of our sturdiest and most upriuht farmers We send hearty congratulations in advanceHILRITEMOOREOno of the most brilliant social events of the season was the wedding of Miss Jessie Rotts Hnlette daughter of Mr and Mrs A J Hulette of Franklin county and Mr Howard Moore They wore united in mar tinge at the home of the bride The Rev M B Adams of Frankfort performed the ceremony which was beautiful Long before the time appointed guests began to assemble until the house was filled to its fullest capacity The bride looked unusually charming in her wedding gown of white silk trimmed with real Inca and ribbon She wore an exquisite bridles veil an heirloom in the family The best man was Mr Curtis Moore The maid of honor was Miss Nina Hnlfman Clark who wore a dainty gown of green carrying out the wedding scheme of white and green The groom and his attend out wore the conventional dross suit After the ceremony the bride attired in a beautiful gown of blue silk received hearty congratula tions The bridal party left for a short stay with the brides aunt Mrs Babe Cline of Shelby county Wo congratulate you Mr Moore on winning the belle of the 1llomasEcleetricThomas Eclectric Oil At your druggistsKodol fDyspepsia GpreI Digosts what you I cp SOWER CO SARAH n H HARDlJ Rernhardtfs passion for and rich garments is well lSnrnh On her Ameircan tour the artiste wears some of the and most gorgeous orna ments seen on a moro mortal Hoi appearance as one steps into her private car is that of a modern Queen of Sheba Priceless sables gossamer lace and shimmering satins form her ordinary attire An account of the jewels accompany bug her morning toilet Is worth chronicling About her slim throat Sarah wears a double chain of nue enamels and mosaics sut with dull gold The chain falls below her wait On her left wrist Is a heavy gold bracelet Madame ivies her left hand always in greet lug to all but her dearest friends for whom her right hand is reserved and fortunate is the stranger to whom that right hand is ox tended at a first introduction Rernhardt wears many rings On the thumb of her left hand is shieldshaped ring of Grecian do sign On the forefinger is a dull golf snake ring with a diamond sunk in his head This was a gift on New Years day from the members of her company Two enormous ring set with flashing gems are on theI tlird finger The forefinger of the right hand she wears a long coiled serpent hi greenish gold coming quite up to the first joint Worn above this is a hand of magnificent diamonds Rernhardts hands are exquisite the true artist hands long slim and strong Her hair is worn in an artistic fluff und is a Sarahfs hair and her splendid eyes of grog violet have always boon her chief beauties Green is her Invorito color and she is much given to trailing crepe and sinuous silks when choosing fabrics for he dresses which are like no one elses the world Rernhardt travels Iin a special train a car for herself leer dogs and several coaches for the members of her company and numerous staff Bernhard plays an engagement at the City Music Hall from February 15 to 17 three evening performances and a matinee ROUGH HANDS MADE SOO1HI hor1l1hUlIcls ChiIcaan relief from blind blooding itching and protruding Piles Sold byT W Gayle TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the Sheriff of Franklin County KV recommend to tho public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as an oxeollnnt remedy for Rheuma tism Rruises Hackache Strains Old Sores Poisonous Hitos Sore ness through the Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and the like having used it In my family fo years Yours very truly R C II IBATT Sherill WORK ON BOULEVARD Deputy Jailer Walter Wigginton liras quite a number of persons con fined in jail at work on the boulevard from Taylor Avenue to time Railroad bridge This work has been sadly needed for a long time i I DEATHS S IIIJEYIll this county on Thursday Mr Samuel Smiley aged 21 earsIADDHESSIHon John Governor and exU S Senator upon invitation delivered an ad dress to the General Assembly on Thursday It was up to his usual high stlUHlardIMr Carlisle was warmly congrat ulaod He looks to be in fine health and spirits GALVESTONS SEA WALL Makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloo who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety Ho writes I horn used Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it l mo well and ulcough which for years had been growing worse Now its Cures chronic Coughs La rippo1 Crump Whooping Couch and pro vents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at 100sTrial bottle free SAD MISFORTUNE IOlle of the brightest sweetest and most attractive ladies who over married and left this city has in some unknown way contracted time leprosy and has gone to the Leper Colony at New Orleans La to die She has a fine family of children Her misfortune will cause sorrow Ito ninny relatives and friends here e VAN1EDBy Chicago wholesale assistantrmanager man or woman for this county told adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid adnllcocllWorlquired Write at once for full par fjelfnddressedienelolC IDr Weavers Syrup Cerate ointment for the akin o PACIFIC COAST IrH t Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Puget Sound couni tr during time period of Portland and California polntsl Ito ti should realize the value of a suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Baiiil the Roautiful in time Comma dian Rockies a sea trip from ViO1 toria anti Vancouver to the Exposi tion City Americas virgin ploy ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor mum capitol Salt Lake City and its grout dead sea tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sub brushrhas over copied and to see and reach all by time most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confor with a Monon Route Agont while in Lou isville for his olllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on time subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tanco telephone talks may help you Roth phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky ki f J Hardware Merchants t Both Phones307309 Main St 1 PAINFULLY HUmI While in the bowling alley at the Elks Homo on Tuesday Mr W H Kidd was so unfortunate as to slip und fall while rolling time ball und bruise anti stiyiin his side so as to confine him to the house for sev oral days One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup anti whooping cough so long that it has proven itself to ho a tried and true friend to the many who use it No need to fear of your child choking from croup with One Minuto Cough Cure handy Sold by J W Gayle ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Control maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars RuftotLibrary Ours Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Win ter Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 0J Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast resort having the now fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from Now Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matte r in regard to the aboveHavana via New Orleans Havana limbo is host reached via the Illinois Central through isorvico to Now Orleans and new ocean liner twinsinew ninoI- teen kmmot S S Prince Arthur- leaving Now Orleans every Wednes day at 400 p in and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie Car Lino St Louis to Atlanta via Nashville JackRonllIoI Mexico California Special Tours of Mexico and California via till Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 23d for Mexico and Call firnia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for tho Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fasoinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Now Or oVonIVia Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above man be had of agents of tho Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of tho undersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louis villeJOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T Chicago S G HATCH G P A IGtAl Chicago t t i 1 5i IT TraineeiTO FLORIDAVIA SOUTHERN RAILWAYI AND QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a in daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train ofIPullman Sleepers and coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a in next day without change Dining Car serves all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louis ripe 745 p m curries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Lou isville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next lay From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite Car OhservationICar etc Dining Car servos meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull maul Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p um tingly running through to Knoxville where connection is made at 985 a m with through AsheIWINTER TOURIST TICKETS rood returning until May 81st are now on solo pulpy at low rates VALUABLE TOURS Going via Ashvillo and VLand of tho Sky and Sapphire Country ChattanoogaLand of Sky Winter Homes othor handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad dross oily agent of time Ry or KyG C H HUNGERFORD SouthernI A G P Louis C RINEARSON G P A Q IW C Route Cincinnati O Dec HOt April u Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in consumption and death Watch tho little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup KILLTHf COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IIFOR cONSUMPTION PriceI IIISurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK JDr RP Buckniaster steopathic Physician Office at Mrs Win OD Vs 435 Main Street Will he in office TUESDAY THURS yE t i Pt iiI r7r 1r 9 r 7 f f i1 = 7 jP I fr v Jr rT IfM 4 fRIDAYS SALE WILL CTNUTI1ROVTT- r THE DAY tJa= Sale Will Be On rChina and Glass White Goods Figured Lawns Hamburgs 1 Embroideries Laces it 1 Remember These Sales Last Today Only Prices Cut Half r S D JOHNSON 00I tl lrt l RELIGIOUS= ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bov A B Chinn the pastor being Bomewhofc better holy ommunioi will be celebrated at 11 litn in No All the congregation are urged to attend as the offering will be for the parish expenses r PrayereWednesday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m t attend The public cordially invited to CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev williSundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets atchapelPrayermeeting even Ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues t day afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited 1CAIHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thumps S Major rector Low Mass at 731 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams D D the pastor will at a m and 730 p m at 045 a m in the IJrjprenoh pastor Class at 945 a m taught Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 045 pom Prayermeeting on Wednesday chapelVisitorsSeats free- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN- HURCHRov J MoO Blaynoy A Valuable Agent 1 Tim glycerine niploycd In Dr PIcrcoa medicines grlatt oimimccs the medi churl properties which it extracts and In solution much bettor than mike 1holds It also possesses medicinal of its own being a valuable nutritive antiseptic and anti ferment It adds greatly to the cfllnicy of Black Cherrybark Golden Seal roo Stone root and Queens root con tained In Golden Medical Discovery in coughsbronchhtlfor all of which these are recom mended by standard medical authorities In all easos where there Is a wasting away of llosh loss of appetite with- weal stomach as In the early stages of consumption there can be no doubt that glycerine acts as a valuable nutritive and aids the Golden Seal root Stone root root and liluck Cherrybark In thoMeshnUll bringing about a healthy condition t4 whole system Of course it must Anot bo expected to work miracles It will not euro consumption except in its earlier stages It will cure severe obstin ate chronic coughs bronchial and luryn goal troubles and chronic sore throat with hoarseness In acute coughs It is not so effective It Is In the lingering coughs or those of long standing 1CnIwhen accompanied by bleeding lungs that It lots performed Its most marvelous cures Send for and read the little book of extracts treating of time medIchunlGolden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a with range of application in till cure of diseases It is sent free Address Dr IIT Pierce Itullalo N Y The Discovery con- talus no alcohol or harmful habiting drug Ingredients all printed on each bottle wrapper in plain English Sick people especially those diseases of long standing are invited Dr Pierce by letter free All Ifrom Is held as strictly private sacredly confidential Address Dr I Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Piercos Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Sent 21 onocont for papercovered or 31 stamps stalllpI 1bowul coov 111aSundayschool at 930 a m Society of Chris thin Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even- Ing at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p n Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe pas tor will preach at 11 a in and 730p Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society nt 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend DONT DECEIVE YOURSELF youhaveyouRevN C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years whatever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general Mydruggistit has relieved me I can now eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Palatable strengthening and aifords quick relief Sold by J W Gayle CHANGES IN PRUDENTIAL OFFICE Mr W H Watts the clover ac commodating and hustling Superintendent of time Prudential Life Insurance Co has been transferred to Lexington and will take charge of his new work on Monday next February Mr Watts has had charge of theI business of that company in city for throe years anti a half made many friends by his urbanity industry and integrity who regret to see him leave the city Mr 0 W Burke who hits been Assistant Superintendent at Lex ington huts lucre assigned to this city to the position vacated by Mr Watts Ho comes well roconi mended We welcome him to our city BROUGHT HERE FOR SAFE HARBOR The U S Steamer Gen O M Poe with her accompanying fleet of dredge hunts and barges has been brought lucre cud tied up ar- jSaloiulerH Wharf on the South Side just below the St Clair street bridge as a safe harbor toe the rust of time winter Those vessels need considerable repairs mid those will be snide while at this port TO MAKE IMITATION MA RULE Mr Chas W Payne who some years ago patented a plan by which to make imitation marble for tiling rooting etc has made arrange ments by which together with local capital he can run a factory for making the article cj LETTER MST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week eliding Saturday February 3 19W Anderson Frank Bain Gnrtha Baker Miss M T Boyd Geo Bush Goo Butlor Mrs Y S Carter Millie H Combs John S Dana Max- Daughin Mrs C M C Goble Fannie Groves Jorden Harris E C Hawkins Gran Howard J S 2 Hutcherson Albert IK T Lumber Co Lee R E Logan William Mitchell Susio M Patton A W Pearson Avey Press Publishing Co Riley Chas Sh offiner John W Smith Mrs P B Thompson Bonnie Wilson Mrs Ambrose Wilson Marse Willard Mrs Arthur Persons calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E iL DRANEP 11 PROF G HOG Oh but Prof G Hog saw his shadow by a large majority and incontinently retired from the out side world for six weeks longer sloop CASTOAA7egetablcPreparatlonforAs similating ling thnSt uu its aniLBovrcls of PromotesDigestioaChccrFul ncss and OpiumMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC o nmPe 01 prllkPfllllffiriiiR3- wv in dr acrd II fltifuudSaaar JlarnSctil mtlayrttn pprmiint JApcrfcctllemctty for Cons li Worms Convulsions Fcvcristl ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of III TEW YORK III EXACT COPYOfWBAPPEB- CLIMATIC CTRKS The influence of climatic con cousnniptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much ettor at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsso is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and the exhaustion Ilue to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can tnkJnJGormanlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c A tall druggists yr OASTORJABears the A MILD WINTER As another evidence of the unusually mild winter which rte have enjoyed so far is the fact that the land terrapins are moving around Tho grandchildren of Mr John T Gallahue at the Forks of Elkhorn found one of these ancient gentle men wandering around their home on Thursday of last week The day was bright anti sunny and his honor concluded to take a stroll CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignatlITe I IIof The Kind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA CI- TYt4 THIS IFOB CHEAP RATE To Now Orleans and Mobile Ac count of Mardi Gras One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on stile February 21 to 26 Extreme limit March 17 1906 For full particulars apply- to C W HAY G P A Jany 13to F 25 IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes in time of Southern R yvNo730 a m will depart at 8 a m No9 now leaving Louisville at 350 p m will depart at 330 p m No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 610 a m will depart at 545 a m No2 now leaving Lexington at 530 p m will depart at 5 p m Corresponding changes will be made at local stations anti passen gers intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HlNGERFORD D P A 12D15 UsersLittleIThe famous little pills genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAH aNTHEaPACIFIC effect Similar May tgitllThe new leavo St Louis nt daily Tho evenlnirtralns to sumo points lIerricoIFor further information rail on or address U TOMATTHEWS Tray Pus Act Louisville Ky H C TOW SENDf Gen Pass S Ticket Agt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS cAnyono sending n sketch and description nay quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention probably imttMitnhlo Camomile turns on Patents patents1atents iv6 tpeclal notice without cliiiae In tho Scientific jUtterican handsomely Illustrated weekly Threes circulation of any pclcntlUo Journal Terms f3 e year fourmonthsI1 Sold by all newsdealers Yorklirancit t tYmn4l t I McCLURES WINTER CLEARING SALE 1 COMMENCES FRIDAY FEB 2 Extreme Price Reductions Extreme Variety of MerchandisR 1 it tnIoW f 1 mm M Idc lII Jj The reason for this sale is this stores unalterable rule not to carry over 4 goods made for one season to another This winters sale will be the greatest historyLarge Jin this sale more goods than we have ever before been able to offer on a likes ioccasion To sell more goods than in former sales means deeper price re ductions So in this sale you will find greater variety of absolutely high r grade merchandise than many a store can offer at the seasons beginning at i prices so low as to almost compel buying The early comers will of course have greatest choice to select from 1 CLOTHING S12 Suits worth up to 830 Choice of our finest winter weight fancy suits mens and young mens for 12 We have never i offered such clothing values as are involved in this 12 suit sale The bulk of them are worth 20 to 25 quite a few retail regularly at 30 none are valued at less than 15 Every suit is hand made and of absolutely all wool material Included are a number of hand finished worsteds which are worth today 20 per cent more than we paid for them early in the fall Three months to wear these suits in yet and then they are good to start next fall with linings overcoats Included overcoats HALF PRICE THESE ARTICLES 75c Neckties 37c Pocket and Shopping 50c Neckties 25c Solid and excepted Bath and Smoking Fancy Sox 25c Jackets CHILDRENS CLOTHING constantlyincreasingnot matched elsewhere Mothers know their boys get better wearing and better looking cloth ing here and at lower prices elsewhere The following reductions from our usual low prices on all fancy knee suits remarkable 800 700 and 600 Suits for 8500 500 suits for 350 100 and 350 snits for 250 300 and 250 svits for 200 MENS SHOES c SG Shoes for Several styles Boydens in heavy calf tan cordovan and patent colt all worth 600 for 8140 85 Shoes for Our unequalled line of 500 shoes this seasons styles in patent colt box calf and gun metal leathers for 3 25O and S3 Shoes for 225 mostlybrokeneach All of them are good wearing and tylish shoes 1r S 75O Suits worth 810 and 812 Choice of any mixed suit in our stock worth 10 and 12 for 750 Good patterns well made suits good Mens and young mens sizes 815 for our finest Overcoats All and rain coats worth 30 fancybeltincludedIup to S22 Choice of any overcoat or rain coat in the store worth from 16 to 22 for 12 are belt backs 52inch and rain coats in the rich overplaids and the box back coats in blacks and greys ON at Books Bags at half price blacks whites Robes 50c at at half price than pants are 8440 S35O newest 50 kind 27 at Choice prices pants reduced pants pants AND 150 mens mens blue are put sale at a reduction of will come to get of 84 and So Shoes for 8324 Included here are a of Laird Scho ber Cos shoes in colt and kid and every pair of our 400 shoes in patent colt patent kid gun metal leather lace and button All sizes in these and all this seasons newest styles 83 Shoes 8224 This lot is made up of our regular 3 lines Queen Quality and while there are not many sizes of any one kind the lot as a whole all sizes A good many patent kid shoes included Shoes at 124 These come from our regular 350 and 2 Mostlyheavy8164 for Misses 8250 and 52 Shoes About 75 pairs in this lot all good styles sizes 11l to 2 Sizes St to 11 same style for 124 FURNISHING Shirts at 75 cents About 15 dozen shirts which sold at 100 and 150 a few to 75 cents 750 for worth 810 and 812 tn Most of these are the popular beltback coats in fancy colors all well made and lined Not a mans or young mans overcoat of any description nor a mans or young mans t4 mixed suit at any price is reserved of lily in the store at sale J t Mens Pants All winter and worstedj fi600 450 500 pants 3ql350 pants 250 1 300 and 250 220 BLACK SUITS REDUCED About and young black and suits in this 20 0Itbe necessary to early one these WOMENS SHOES number patent regular excepted contains GOODS negligee including Manhattans reduced Overcoats weight cassimero BLUE 82 aiiiiihnttaii Shirts 135 J A clean up of styles in which we have only a few shirts left All these are negligees andno whites are include- dJalldltcrcllhfs 35 cents a half dozen prtckedin75 cents and 50 cents a box 2Oc White Linen Handkerchiefs at two oj for 25cJGloves Fownes 300 kid gloves at 240 jFownesFownes 175 kid gloves tit 140s50c and 75c Scotch loves at 40c 100 kid at 80c f CitiCaps25c winter caps 20c Underwear V t 50c winter underwear 35c 150 silk plush underwear 112 fr250 underwear 175 i Sweaters tr Childrens 50c sweaters at 35c A reduction of IIttt Fancy Vests About 50 light vests worth from 3 to 4 at 250 Umbrellas at 224 About 30 womens umbrellas gold and silver tipped handles good cloth worth 3 at 224 The prices in this sale are for cash No goods will be sent on approval nor exchanged Alterations in clothing charged for L ft K MCCLURE SON r rRria r 212214 ST CLAJB STBEET FE14N OaT h1 tt fi