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THE FRANKFORT RouNDABOUT IGE A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY KEWS Ti11815 00 In Advance I YOL XXIXFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 10 I9Ce NO 23 For the Roundabout FRANKFORTiNo VI IT The est memories con thosoLIt of those who have crossed the dark ttriver to thn spirit land and above L whoso bodies tho gronn sod is rest ing lightly Tlio scones in which they were prominent actors seem a ot long way hnolRo far away in r fact that they partake more of the imagery of a dream or the fanciful conjuration of tho brain than tho actual events of a time when they were there rare Thou memories eon f1neoted with tho living those whose hairs once richly black or brown have now become sprinkled with gray threads whoso ey 8onto keen ns tho eagles have now become dimmed and whuso limbs once active and lithe have now become unsteady and bent Thou there are thoughts of others whoso heyday l of youth scorns loth to depart whose green manhood has simply matured and ripened and who are yet equal to tho responsibilities and bnrdons of business All these varied representations of a genera tion pasta time sn short In his tory and yet so long in tho pano rama of chantio form the constitu 1cnt fignies that fill the picture oft old times in Frankfort Not only have tho people changed somo died and others grown old but places have changed bouses have been torn down old replaced by othersfences and trees have been removed and old landmarks effaced The citizen of 1795 or 1820 who might return to this city from the laud of the unseeti and walk once more about the streets would find little to remind him of the time when he was in tho enjoyment of life All around would seem to bo the creations of dream lifoun real and startlingand his mind would he dazed find confused Like Rip Van Winkle he would be perplexed with tho transformations and nlmost ready to wrap the drapery of his couch about him and once more Tie down to pleas- nut dreams in the land of eternal restEven tho citizen of 1870 only a generation algowoulI find many changes Very few men of middle ago at that period are yet alive they can bo counted on tire fingers whilst hundreds hat answered the last call and are resting up yonder on tke hill It would take pages of almost endless narration to recall all the incidents tho laces and figures attaching to hose who peopled our streets and transacted the business of a generation ago Col Ronniok tho veteran of the war of 1SS2 with his alert figure and keen eye was the county clerk lnd Walter Frank lin was circuit clerk In lies Morris was sheriff and George d Drano presided on the circuit bench Judge R A Thomson presided over the board of magistrates and dispensed the functions of county judge Ho was fond of tokens of tho past and after his death his collection of Indian relics fossils and curios were sold to Uotipott H Young of Louisville whosd cabinet of archiological specimens is probably the largest in the State Ed P Hryan was agent of the L N at tho depot front which he first received n promotion to take charge of Mio St Louis system of railway terminals at a salary of 20000 per annum and then to Now York City to supervise its local sys t tem at a salary of i 000 annually Ho aided materially III the uon l xstrnetion of the now subway t llryan was in his younger days telegraph operator at Hrlartown a H small station on tho Knoxville branch of the L N four miles south of Danville 1Vhlist stationed loudIing a dllllciulty between two other mOil occurring in his ollluo He was a great friend of Col Hiram Berry and to his solicitation tho I latter was often wont to yield and render for friends that favorite melody of lie Old Turnpike Unto David iMorhvother dispensed the hospiralitins of tho Moriwethor Hotel now tho Elk and provided a table notable for tho excellence of its supplies and cuisine He was fond of a joke and addicted ti the seductions of a quiet humor At one timo n newly married couple of young people had stopped with him for tho night As Uncle Davy told It it was his habit before retiring bite at night to make the circuit of the halls to see thin t all was right This particular night going the rounds ho detected the strong smell of escaping gas True lug it down it seemed to come front the room iir which the newly mairiod couple wore sleeping Ho knocked loudly on the door finally aroused the half stupefied bride groom asked him if ho had nut blown out tho gas and receiving an afllrmative reply requested him to open tho door quick and let him turn oil the gas or ho would be dead before morning After averting the danger he asked the frightened man Didnt you know something was wrong didnt you smell tho gas Yes responded thu bridegroom hesitatiiigly but I never was married before and I thoughtthought it was Sue an- dtuldbut Uncle Davy put his hand over his mouth and rushed out of tho room and down stairs to tell his wife and next morning re hearsed tho story to the circle of lady hoarders Among the noted social organia tions of 1875 of masculine persua slon designed to promoto goodwill goof fellowship and a good time were tho H O Hs Its unique banquet and literary olio at Odd Fellows Hall was long tho talk of tho city At this rare en tertainment after a rich menu characteristic appearances were in n do by Clay Hatchitt Howe Vat son and Dick Chiles as Orators Goo F Berry as Troutmtlor Geo CatIIrett as Inlrnirtiiblu an dialogue Anderson Rice colored not an IH dieIop0r415other m em tiers of the H 0 BAs were Jim Arnold Tom Crlttondon Latuipton Price KSlanton Taylor and James Meek The doings of dinIA young man ttamed JobuHon cattle to Frankfott He prided in his strength in his valor in the glory of his achievements 6ald by himself Tho girls listened with wonder th e boys with amazement and Incredulity Tine mat tor was growing burdensome so JotanHon- was iaivoigl d into a coon hunt A night was sot A big Newfound land dog and a rat terrier wore engaged to truce the game The party secretly divided some going ahead unknown to Johnson wdth guns and blank cartridges The others accompanied Johnson ong hunt through the woods south of town failed to start a coon Being the month of May few coons wore abroad Thou it was proposed to try n farmers hen house for his fat chickens About tied in this house tho advance party were concealed and waiting As Johnson and his party approached somo ono cried Hall a shot was fired then a fusillade bang bang bang from overt corner Those around John son fell crying Im shootIInk- ilied Kun for your life Johnsons promises and fighting courage iravo way Ho went Into till bushes briars into tho thorns and hrambles into tho dark ness and ditches over thin fences and fluids lie Mod Alionl daylight scratched and blooding his now suit in tatters he turned up near Hard insvilie and later chino to town in a wood wagon To listen ft 4 A dog groups he recited his story of lentil and disaster To corroborate Berry showed a cautoriod wound in tho log Arnold displayed a bul let hole in his hint Crittendon carried his lint in a sling Dr Price dignosed another as too badly wounded to ho seen When time truth came out Johnson haft the city S H S e a NATURES WARNING Frankfort People Must Recognize null Hood It Kidney ills como quietly mys teriously lint nature always warns you through tho urine Notice the kidney secretions See if tho color Is unhealthy If there are settlings and sedi ment Passages too frequent scanty painful Its tfmo then to use Doans Kid ney Pills To ward oft Briglits disease or diabetes Doans have done great work in Frankfort W H Roberts grocer of 330 lrugit1si11es1graduate pharmacist my knowl edge of medicine was sulllcient to provo that my kidneys wore not performing thin work which nature should for I tiered a great deal from a persistent toybhukkidneys were colored and so irregular especially at night that my rest was greatly disturbed It was not until sonic two or three years ago that I learned about bans Kidney Pills und I got a box I gained so much from tho plol1ollncedthemmerit My last supply was pro cured at J W Gayles drug stole and I take a those of them once in kidneysAwhom I have recommended Deans Kidney Pills have used them with great benefit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbum Co Buf falo N Y solo agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other For the Roundabout OBITUARY Peaks Mill Ky Feb ii Mrs Elixabeth Floritui aged TJ years diud at her house near this place February She was tho mother of ten children sixtythree grtllmlfur r husband anti seven children four sons and three daughters X A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep oil periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual const pation was a mastery that Dr Kii lifts New Life Pills solved rut me writes loan X Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect sat isfactoii to everybody or money re fuiided Only 25o at all druggists THANKS Mr J Ed Crutoher has placed us under obligations for copy of the Osago Chief published at Fait fax Olahoma It is a sprightly and up to date paper full of adver tisements and news Mr Crutoher has located in that section and is very imioh pleased with his new home We extend thanks for his remem brance aCures croup sore throat put monary troubles Monarch over plain of every sort Dr Thomas Eclcotrle Oil- CHARC5E DISMISSED fohn Shryockof the Old Crow neighborhood who was charged with mallciousy shouting Guo Com ley had his trial before Judge Polsgrove on Saturday and was discharged having proved a tulle of fdefetlse e CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ISignaturn d J i FROM OUR SAILOR BOY Culwbra West Indies Editor Roundabout As I have nothing to do find have all day to do it in thought I would drop you a fort linos to let you know f am well tad still hay ill a fine time Hope when this letter readies the hat it will find all of you the same Wo are about 2500 miles from Now York and will bo more than that before wo got hack to tho States Wo are go ing to Qnanlanamo for target prac tice May then go to Vonexula and quiet things down It is about 00 hero in the sun hut is cool at night Tliis is the rainy season now It rains for tun or fifteen minutes and then stops about a half hour If we are lying around the deck asleep and it starts to rain wo lay there till the sun comes out and hls our clothes that is if wo have any on as most of the crow mire in swimimng nil duty Today is Sunday SOth and about twothirds of the crow are climbing around the mountains or playing ball or in swimming There are about 150 Indian ponies here We hire them at 50 cents each for tho afternoon We had a race yesterday and there were three on mine As wo wore running down the mountain his fuel slipped und down he went Tho three of us looped time loop all right The pony rolled in the hay but none of us were hurt as we fell In sand about six inches thick The pony rolled over a sand rock and knocked tho bark oft his knees I have played quits with the ponies No more for mi no This hay is full of maneating sharks and when wo go in swim ming wo have somebody standing watch and if they sue one they tell us and wo chase him away with stones but they hardly ever bother us in swimming I saw one yester day about nine feet long He turned over on his back for a small piece of bread I believe ho could swallow a wash tub Wo were at sea for ten days on the way here and did not see any thing but one small schooner It was a very tiresome trip I was glad when wo dropped anchor I got the Roundabout and Call and was very glad to get them As usual I read everything in them aus and till That big dry lock we went out to hunt wo found her all right by wireless telegraph and she is all 0 As it is about time for me to take my afternoon nap had better bring this butch of fence rails to a close for this time Hoping to hear from all of you soon I will close Yours truly LOL 9HKETINGER U S S West Va P STell Criss I am going sonic and am able to loop the 1001 in throe chaptersJOI= e FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway hove in augurated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and throughtrninsand 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without change This lino also operates nighttrains Slt1tllrthlollhThe Southern Railway is 8 miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville and Itt unites the shortest to St Louis oe REVENUE TAXES COL LECTED 11obItrtstaxes for the month of January as follows 8d2 hum icis 125176iVlo 01Illctlle 11AN1ElJlcn women buys and girls to represent MeOlim s Magazine Good pay Address tj KastJJtd St N Y City mJtI lJdtAr4 c r YollrBollarsWILL i i t MIftTYv POWER i t For purchasing at cu store this On ninny things the prices have been sn deeply curljust Ladies Suits at half price atIhalf price Ladies Furs at pricej dren halfpricel- lChildrens Fur Sets at half prIce 500 Skirts 1 for 350 750 Skirts j for 549 X10 Skirts for 749 These are all plaited Skirts and will be in style for spring Silk Shirt Waists 500 Taffeta Silk Waists 398 1500 Taffeta Silk Waists 498 Embroidery Sale Bar gains Embroideries worth from ydEmbroideries ydEmbroideries 17Ae tomac yd 14c vd Corset Cover Embroider its worth from 2oe to 8iV yd 19c Ylt k Cm I4iII I n Y2 lIID JJ 41 St Clair St at Bridge sqk mIi New Wool Dress Goods all shades and qualities special II F values 50c 60c 75c i0 dozed HimllcfMvhicf worth lV 20c and 25u Special prier lOc Comfortsrll550 yards Black Silk worth flK5 special price SOc jogx One lot Kin broidery worth N 10c loo special price 5c One lot Kmbroiderv slitslltlySoilel less than half price tfttb Om W theylastt CHARLES J WEITZEL FRANKFORT I PERSONAL Col las A Scott loft for Florida on SaturdayHon Garnett of Columbia was here Monday Editor J O Cooper of Midway was hove Thursday Prof C J Norwood of Lexington was hero this week Col Geo H Watson of St Louis JMo was hero this week Judge 1 C Eversole of Boone ville was here this week Hon Frank P Strauss of Louis ville was here Thursday Rev C T Nugent of LaGrange was in the city Thursday Mr W R Slmokelfiml of Rich mond was here this week Judge R J Hcckinridge of Dan ville was hero Wednesday Mrs Adele Gaines Tanner has mono to Lexington to reside i Dr Howard Tott of Cynthiana was a visitor here Thursday- Mr r Walter Crady loft Friday for Lame county to visit his son Judge John F Lockett of Hon 11ednesdnvto of TOativillo was here on Thursday Mrs Richard W Dehoney visited relatives at Louisville this week Capt John T Gunn of Lexiug ton was in the city on Saturday Col H F Diincnii of Louisville visited his old nome here this week Mr Jas F Montgomery was in Georgetown the lust of lust weep Judge D A McCandloss of IltntstrI vi1lo was hero Wednes dayMr D H French of LaGrango was hero on legal business Wednes day1ir11Ilter Crockett loft Sunday for Florida to SpOilt tho rest of tho winterMr Jos M Hodden of tho Mr Sterling Advocate was in the city Monday Mrs E E Abbott loft Monday morning for Lima Ohio to visit relativesiltrslhnS H Stagg and children have gone to Florida for tho rest of tivlnteriMr Ben T Farmer of Cincin natl Ohio is visiting his mother at Farmdale Mr R H White and Dr Tanner of Mt Sterling wore visitors here on Thursday Miss Lulu Hughes has gone to Eminence to visit her sister Mrs J L Butler- Judge r Win H Holt of Louis 4vine was hero on Tuesday on business Mr A W Macklin left Saturday for Punta Gorda Fla to spend tho- r st of the winter Mrs C1 Norwood of Lexing ton visited her sister Mrs W S Hagor this week Miss Lucy Rodman is the guest of her cousin Mr Frank K Rod mUll at Cincinnati r Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lex ington visited her far h or Mr John E Mlles on Sunday Mr John M Scott of Louisville was tho finest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Sunday Miss Maggie Alves of Hondnr son Is thn guest of Miss Jiessio Franklin Todd street Hon W L Cannon wife and daughter are guests of Mr Geo F Berry at Junipor Hill Mrs C J Woitel visited her mother Mrs Cornelius McAulitfe In Lexington this week Mrs Ira Vaughan of Florida r Jlri 4uW t fiJi i t Lt2 1fi t J hl oaim hfiv to visit her son Mr T Hitor Crocker on Friday Rev Win Crowe and son Wil liam yore in Eminence on Sun day the guests of friends Mr S Walton Forgy of Elkton was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Mrs R R Wilson and son have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Colvin in Falmouth Mrs A H McClure and children visited relatives at Hurrodsburg returning lioineon Monday Mr rJo Y Hodges of Lexington was the guest of Mr Si Penn Holmes street on Wednesday Mr Thos Tanner of this ofllce who has been sid for seine thiee weeks is able to bo at work again 1lr Lindsay Shea who has been touching a district school at Ottus villo isat hume for a short time FreeportT1hMrs J W Hill has returned home Col A B Hammond attended the Retail Lumber Dealers Association in Louisville on Tuesday Hon D L Thornton and Hon W O Davis of Versailles wore In the cityou legal business on Thurs day Miss Bernico Scottow of Louisville was tho guest of her parents Mr W J Scottow and wile Sun day Mr A T Lewis of State College Lexington spout Sunday here the guest of his lather llr1 B Lewis Mr Slim S Bush of Ken wood Louisville visited Mr G F terry and wife at Junipor Hill Sunday Miss Mary Louise Chambers of Warsaw is the guest of Miss Anna Abbott corner Shelby and Second streets nndIMrs W J Hughes was called to Mon lore v on Wednesday by the serious illness of her sister Mrs Lawrence Mr W J Hughes tad son Mr Ed J Hughes left Wednes day1er Florida to spend the rest of the winter Jfri W Marksbury formerly 101 this city is at Cleveland Ohio has a position with till Asso ciated Press Mr Stoddard J Payne and Mr W W Nichols two of our boys who are in the r S Navy are at house on furlough Miss Bessie Staten of Shelby county who has boon the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Hranch has returned house Mrs E C ORcur and Mrs W K Settle left yesterday for Annapolis Mil to visit thoh suns who are cadets in tho Navy Mrs M J Havens and daughter Miss Florino of Loxingron who have boon visiting fiionds hon 10 turnol homo on Tuesday Mr Prentiss ORoar of Mt Ster ting who has peen too truest of his parents Judge E ORear and wife has returned homo Misses Nannie and Fronchy Hlnikloy of POe Valley Wilt tare boon guests of Miss Tissio Hug have roturned homo Mr Julian Chinn of State Col lege Lexington was the guest of his parents Dr G W Chinn and wife Saturday and Sunday Hon W A Hyron of Hrooks villo was a lookoron in tho Legis lature this week whore ho was formerly a prominent actor Messrs Stephen Gibbs and W B Showaltor have rented the farm of Mrs W B Rodman near tho reservoir fluid will move in March 1st Miss Verlio Konnoy who is at f IfI i 7FBBBE Special For One Week I spoutSundayparents Mr O C Konnoy and wife Mrs L Ii WeJsenburKl and son toisltanllwife and will romain two months ol1lrilIoabout twentyfive of his cadets to thoIJogislatuleMr John W 11wellof Cincin theOrunberland usInRev Bristow Gray wife and child of Eminence worn guests of MrBllstnwPresbyterian Church on Sunday Mr Carl Kajjin leaves for New York City this morning to pur chase the spriiiR stuck of goods for the hip dry goods and notion store of C Kagin Bro Ho will bo gone two weeks cityhasMessrs It Rogers Suns tutu has gone to Versailles to live to take MetropolitanLife No one would ever bo bothered knewlintregulates tho stom ach and bowels NOTED JXFJDEL PASSES AWAY Mr Chas C Moore the noted fidel editor of the Ii11e Grass Blade who has been ill for sumo heIgretitlyaged 07 years Ho KNOWS now that which he doubted once DONT DECEIVE YOURSELF youhitvopepsia due Jt will relieve you Roy W E Hocutt South Mills SoC says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several yours whatever ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach generaldepressiuudruggist recommended odor and it huts relieved me J can now ont anything und sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what you tat makes the stomach sweet Palatable strengthening and affords quick relief Sold by W Gayle ASS STA N T POSIMASTEH it has been annonncud that Mr John Totld thu very ellh cleat Assistant 1ostmastor under Capt Jrano has been ruappointod to the saino place ninlor the now Post inastin Mr Geo IJBalIIOH who takes barge on Thursday Febru try This will ho good news to Mr odds many friends s THK KNI OF TJIIO WORLD Of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Hear Grove Ja of all usefulness came when ho began taking Electric Hitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused mo great suffering which J would never have survived had I not taken Electric Hitters They also cured me of General Debility Such euro for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and PriceI50c For Healths Sake Use Aercel WasI Cloth 5c 11 I s KY 1 I Attrac1ioi F i Nextee EMBROIDERIES Positively the cheapest and finest Embroideries ever shown in Frankfort WHITE GOODS India Linens Persian Lawns Mulls and Fench Mus lies the daintiest White Dress Goods ever shown for commencement dresses etc AVe are still inn king the cut on Silks New spring Dress Goods are arriving daily HALF IPKIGKW- e have a few nice Walking Skirts we arc tiering1 at onehalf of their real value See them F J HEENEY 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 sella cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly IIAND MATE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAYyou to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Vr te or phone us and our representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- st3eller Carriage soIVERSAILLES KY JI Ic11Ttltu C M BHOWXIXG President Sec and Treas Why Buy McClures McUlures Magazine is bought mul rend in homes not hoaanxo it is magainc but bucnusu t it is lilt magainc Wliy HUST THE PIUOE It costs but imu dollar a lIur or loss than tots cents a number for Over thirteen hundred tHlIhlllllllilJIiluf reading mutter Tills amounts in enroll bulls to twenty or twentylive costing any from a dollar to two dollars volume wllturilthuhlserials such as StlluI Gx ntlllillhela or Makers Hailroad articles JlIlytIIItItlllnltlJand all Americans aro newt hltHltItlllllt t w time No subjects in the next twelve months Oflitful interesting way FOUUT1IITS CHAHACTKR McClures Magalne Is oat edited for childron lout at tho lltlvurnsingpagsMcClures Magazine your homo Is Intended to work for good Send 100 today for out years Huhscrlptlonror leave an order at your bookstore November and December frou with now for S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 E 23d Street NEW YORK McClurosItworkWrite tJ I WORTH u YOUR ATTENTION IVLt 13 1- 1f CLEAN UP ON Suits Cloaks and Furs Onehalf price on tiny winter gar I ment Advance Showing of Spring Garments SUITS JACKETS SKIRTS ANDI In keeping with the new changes Garments that Ill o right or they wouldnt Lie here See them and judge for your self Written for the Roundabout PROFANITY AND CIGAR ETTES It would almost shook the sonsi bilities of a Ward street Politician to listen to the anathemas and execrations flowing from tho lips of the youth and men of this city and its suburbs Go whore ono play down the respective lengths of Broadway across either division of bridges on the high streets whore are congregated tlaily and at night the element of a grow jug tendency toward egotistic rowdyism mixed with a ruder in dividualism and ones ears will bo assailed by a tirade of abusive pro faulty against municipalities gov ornament and the higher religious influences at work oven in the at mosphore of crime socialism and every phase of moral suasion To gether with tobacco smoke from that vile little demon known as a cigarette which odoriferous fumes are pulled into the nostrils of the passerby Even in the halls of Leg islative Assemblies one is corn polled toU give a boost with a knock to the live issues of the present consensus of public opin ion and write as well as talk against those two glaring habits of constitutional amendments to r which men as a general rule anti women frequently are addicted According to a definition profanity is impiety irreverence of sacred thingsand the language or- t vehicle of convoyenco is the directed assault formulated and promulgated by a thoughtless inconsistency begun as it were in a seriocomic attitude for the sake of argumentative disputation The habit of swearing is need by taking upon ones tongue j lightly thoso saurcd and holy things which should he spoken of only with hushed breath and rever ential manner A careless and In ill different conception of God re ligion anti morals Used by any poison young or old the language of profination is vulgar in the extreme It is shown in lowered ideals as frequently as in shuttered and broken lives upon which desolation ono looks with a grieved spirit and with tears Cursing is an overflow of evil pro pensities negative to good conduct a cyclone of influence as destruc tive to the individual as tho storms is to the community at largo One can not take a serpent into ones bosom and not receive a wound of deepest agony and words are things Even time simplest insignia of gossip is filled with the poison II Iofasps 1lho boy or the girl should be Dress Goods and Silks Those will please you A wide variety of seasonable goods at most reasonable prices For instance Lot Wool Dress Goods 25o Gray JUue and Black Panamas yd in Checked TalFeta Silk yd White Goods JOe for Dimities worth 120l- ac for Madras Waistlngs worth 20c Iflo for Persian Lawns worth 5c Long Cloths Nainsooks and Cottons at old prices taught as u wellknown teacher of an untruth about the lesson or to steal an example from the board as it is to put ones hand in a pocket to pillage therefrom And that the spirit of this ago if directed toward antagonism to every good advancement if used as a weapon of open warfare becomes in the month the vilest of the vilefor out of time abundance of the heart the mouth speakoth1 ulnd it is even known by the man nor of a child what kind of a spirit abideth with him Our definition of a cigarette is White paper in hued in opium and imbued In wickedness filled with a concoo tion of perfumed condiments susceptible of an amalgamation with the white or grey brain matter and bled tobacco juice and the essence of objoctional odors filling ones nostrils with stupiflcation and ones eyes with smoke ones breath with disagreeable bitterness ones fingers with tinges of disease ones brain with insanity ones heart aotion with the inroads of death And nothing appears so infinites mally small to an onlooker as a great big handsome man with If time habit of smoking must be acquired anti after it has become a fixed possibility lot time poor un fortunate buy the real product long leaf or twistput the same in an oldfasihoned cob pipe anc snoke it behind the chimney whore the fumes will sot destroy tho lae o curtains of the parlor or the happi ness of those who so seriously ob joct to smoke If time great o r small ego must swear to promoti his interests in polities or social aggressiveness lot him go up 01 tho Fort Hill and air his com plaints to time four winds of tin earth after which women right minded uncut and ohildren maj walk the streets of Frankfort o any other suburb without beariii on every hand the terrible oath 01 worse a vile epithet applied t oflioials and to God The mouse of reform are crowded with youthful criminals devoid of reason by the use uf cigarettes while th prison doors are closed upon thus whoso imprecations to hoavei brought down vongenco upon earth And shall any ono bo annoyed b I the habitants of the street corner Whose delight is in the make pla of language unfit for innocent hearers and the children of the city b ruined by time use of the intoxi eating luxury wrapped in dentil Embroideries and Laces Exceptionally fine showing Exclusive patterns in for Shirt Waists Special values in Embroideries for trimming Under Muslins For the MenS- HIRTINGS Cheviots Splendid quality So and 10c Madras Neat pretty patterns 12A to IGjjc Fine assortment styles W S FARMER pupilslrPlat wIthIn hisI white shrouding whose ultimate ending must bo either the alms house or the cemetery There is nothing more alarming than tho growing tendency among women to smoke tea leaves in cigarettes Time influence gen erated produces an artificial on orgy so much needed in a round of dissipated existence They must have sonic kind of stimulant anti if not tea leaves the resort is made to cigarettes or other intoxicants Shame be it said of one young lady who imbibed ehiunpaigno to such a degree over bridge whist that a carriage had to bo called to take tier home This incident was not of Frankfort however Lot time bill pass by an over whelming majority to banish from our midst time dirty little villain of a cigarette in a white wrapper and then pass laws and enforce them to stop profanity on our streets So mote it be N S COX February 0 1906 e HON WILLIAM LINDSAY ADDRESSES LEGISLATURE Upon special invitation Judge William Lindsay oxU S Senator now of New York City addressed the Legislature in joint assembly on Monday IThe judge was very felicitous in his remarks and was heartily ap plauded afterwards holding a re ception for a short time IJudge Lindsay was hero to argue n case in the Court of Appeals HSIIOSIfKINGS DA PAL DONATIONS IN JANUARY Chickens Mrs Gilbert Mastin Buttermilk Miss Jennie Craik Hitching posts placed Mr White hondo Brislanmof potatoes Tarlton Buttermilk Mrs Stephen Black Onehalf dozen quarts whisky E H Taylor Jr Sons One dressed hon ono lirerservos one hunch celeiy throe pounds sausage Miss Ida May CromwellButter ik1lrs Stephen Blac- kllilkMrs VanDervoer Invalid chair Mr A D Martin Sausages Mrs Jo tiers Four pints strawberries four pints cherries two pints poaches one pint jelly four pints peaches one box rolled oats Mrs James F Montgomery o Two caws soup Mrs Buckley e IMillI1 VanDervoer e Weavers Syrupy Puilflee tho blood t Cerate ointment for the akin iSu1a OLD TAYLORr TJ1E 1KEMIElt ir ill KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentuck y A 2 h f 1t HORRBILE ACCIDENlI Mr Andrew Noland night watch man for Mr Pratt a contractor on the new capitol work was found early Wednesday morning horned to death anti lying in the middle of tho Lawrenceburg pile at tho rook quarry of the company It is supposed that Noland wont into the tent used by the company as a shelter for its day men to warm where there was a big fire back unJer tho ledge of rock nnII by somo means his clothing caught fire and it is supposed ho ran out into the open air and thus lived on North Wilkinson street and is survived by a wife and live small children who will be in straightened circumstances Coroner Graham was summoned took charire of the remains and hold an inquest the facts as above given being brought out BIG FIRE AT LEXINGTON The big wholesale grocery house of Curry Tunis S Norwood in Lexington was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night The Lexington Brewery was damaged to tho ex tom of 25000 and tho C O freight depot was injured It was a hard fire to fight as there vas a high wind blowing at the time Tho total kiss was about lf0000- with only partial insurance v BURGLAR AT WORK As Mr Josso P Williams was passing the residence of Mrs h CI Nell on Sunday night ho saw through the window a man In tho house rummaging tho drawers in a dresser Knowing that there was no manic person there Mr Williams wont i at tho front door and attempted to capture tho thief but he took the alarm and jumped through an open window anti outrun Mr Williams BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1901 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from iiii in to 0 p m except 11 a in mind S p in Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7mu m to 10 p m ex cept noon 2 and 9 p m Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except I in S and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from nt to 10 pm except 10 a in 12 noon 7 und 9 pin Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 5550 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at ll5J5a in Leaves Paris 115 p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties und for school business and family tickets can be had on application at the com panys oilice 101 West Main street E T Phono 010 Monte Phono 1274 H T G USN Manager tf ti Muslin Underwear The celclmited Lily Brand of well mado Under Muslin relined in style Corset Covers 29e iOc 50c Skirts JOe to 150 Gowns 50c to i UjO Carpets and Bugs This department is one of the beauty spots of our store for it appeals to every home lover CARPETS In new spring pat terns MATTINGS Exceptio n a 11 ykchoice style- HUGSBoom ZP 5 to 25 Signature Bears thelire CAST nrAIof A GOOD CHTSiEs11I Speak for it she For she knew in That German Syrup Could health aud QTlie greatest tonic rest rible exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumnptivef JBut why this fear of the night when few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure entirely fred exjpectoratiotltain by taking German Syrup JWe know by the experience of oven thirtyfive years that one cent bottle ofl German Syrup will speedilyrelieve on cure the worst coughs colds ofl lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle ofl German Syrup will work wonders JTwo sizes 250 and 75c All druggists For sale by J W Gayl- eBUSY r m RANS LINK BllwEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AXD LOuisVI VIA t d rSOIlI and St Laths HE1 ilwaIt ROUTE 1 t1 ITLIjMAX FUEl m HrJEElEH8ISpecial Elouud to Southwest juul West lint and third Tuesday Ftlirniiry and March X gaauntil April aoth Limit tortturn Mnyil iIIIHSicondcluss 4Colonist Hales to South west Tickets on sale tlrst awl third Tuesdays of Felmmry and Mnruh ASK US FOR RATES yGeneralLouisville Ky J H GAlLAGHERt-Traveling Passenger AgentuSecondclass Colonist Itutus to Cnli for dailyIeb t f WieFranRfonfloimilaDQiit 1lu lelllt the pntoiliro at Frankfort Ken lucky us sivoiiilila niailiililiiiuittrr LIEU A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 10 1906 R R+ xt as nrnrnwmcan- 11vo FINE EIDfX Hev Dr J Taylor President Of Georgetown College preached two lino sermons to crowded houses on Sunday last at tho First Hap fist Church His morning theme was from the text And it Inn to pass that while they communed together and reasoned lesus himself dro near It was nn eloquent and powerful sermon in short and clear cut son tences In the livening his text was There Shall Po No Night Them i In glowing words ho pictured tho eavenIwe was from a negative standpoint hut he contended if the negative was so sublime and comforting what must tho alllrmative side of it ho Dr Taylor is a graceful brilliant and convincing orator and leis discourses were received with great pleasure by the trig crowds present It was a Taro treat to hear this great preacher GKEAT IMPROVEMENT IN F81HEEl IJI GHTSI ft gives us pleasure to acknowl rhoiThe Frankfort Gas and Electric F Light 00 has installed now fIxI hnstlights and installed in their stead aI uowl patented lightaltogcthor do ing away with caruonsl Iirho now lights give n steady light and do not flicker and run down at one time and blaze up another THANKS Slcrutlurthas placed us under obligations for ti copy of tho report of tho Com f minion roecntly filed He will please accept our thanks for his t courtesy I AH Run Down HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the condition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser 1Do not dose yourself with alls kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to blood and tone up the systemI Scotts Emulsiont of Cod Liver Oil I is just such a food in its best It will build up the FormI and wasted body Ijo other foods fail to nourish If you are run down or emaciated I give it a trial it cannot hurt J1 you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate i children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample a freej Be sure that this in the form of a pictureI the wrapper of every of you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 50c and All Drujtfists MWi W j J Badly Shattered Nerves and if call Heart ToNivOUS to Sleep or Rest DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alIslenllffllmhlreditary butttheIjnodbuild you lip iust as it did Mr Crawford improvetuurMiles Ihfehcen Nervine pdIicartCureethatI free furlIlhen began tak njj these medicines I teigiled scarcely pounds my nerves wne badshattered ntH my heart troubled me a Cheat deal I had in my lift arm itiid shoulder had dilliclty in sleeiinf n spelsendcould cat scarcely sun kind of food without sufeiinggreat diMies ands so restless daysenvrvn arc tcndas r die sleep well eit well and weigh pounds am happy now and am trying to make hack the money goodahiieeas hotirreuJrTHREE GOVERNORS IN THREE DAYS Kentucky had the unusual t1 happen imiln the lust of lust weep end tho first of thisshe had three Governors in three days Bool baron and Hlckiwan Go old Kontnck You can tho world vhon you set your head to tile work 9aKvcryhodys liable to itc hItpiles ltloh and poor old nod tillslffinrmonr Absolutely safe cant fall BUYS NICE HOME Mr E1 Roberts of this olllco purchased from Mr W H Watts his frame dwelling house 1ntudc on South Shelby street on Friday lust for 2000 cash The lot is 51 feet front by HlO foot back to an apes and is well located for com fort and convenience Mr Roberts will shortly move his family into their new home GETTING TO BUSINESSA eThenTractionjjAprilmanager expects to receive several now passenger cars of the latest build With the energy and get up and net displayed this road would of bo n mono gcttel for the ownSors fur beyond anything that heretofore been the case COUNTY COURT DAY 24 Tlere was a good crowd of people in tlo city on Monday county court day notwithstanding the fact that snow hud fallen to a consider able depth on Sunday night and E weather was cold Tho sun shone out warm hint where tutuN wind struck any one it was pretty coolThere was a right good lot of horses mules cows and calves on the market Horses raid mums brought high prices COURT DA JESTATE Mr S Klass purchased the brick house Broadway street occu pied by Emil Haldi as a saloon at commissioners sale on Monday for 5O- Dlr John W Rates purchased the 100acro farm of Mr Thompson on Elkhorn for 3001 This was also commissioners solo Prof H C McKee purchased at commissioners sale tho Hugh Ayres property corner Main told Fourth Avenue for 2200 Mr W A Howard purchased tho Ayres property two lots on Thy lor Avenue for 815 Mr Howard will build nice cottages in place of tho shacks now on the property Mr Chas S Brawner and wile sold twentyfive acres of land on Pluto Brunch for 475 r-i t III A CONVENTION FOR KEN TUCKYS YOUNG MEN The announcement of the Twenty eighth Annual State Convention of the Kentucky Young flews Chris tiara Associations to be hold in tho city of Lexington February 2225 has been issued by the State Executive Committee Much in terest has been manifested through out tho State III those gather ings baud thieyhaye t1 tritetedw11111tcu because of ho strong pro gram presented and the largo mun ofIlietho speakers for lido gathering arei jlr Ira Landrelh Nashville Presi FIIlinwuSIConpetFoxhead St Lour Rev Frank M Thomas Owensboro President J C Aclieson Danville L A outer Richmond Va W Dillon Chicago Ji E C Dargan Louisville nod others Tho music for till Convention this year will bo especially strong with F W Pool of Minnesota in charge assisted by the International Asso elation Quartet thin Covington Glee Club tho Louisville Boys Orchestra and the Ariel Male Quartet During the Convention there are to be several special features which will add very much to tho value of tho gathering and bo of special 111J terest to each delegate First will bo conducted building move uncut instituted on Friday after noon whieli is timely in view of the many building movements in our State second on Saturday there will be a State Gymnastic and Athletic contest participated in by delegates from the entire State third oven delegate will hnvp an opportunity to inspect tho magnificent new building of the Lexington Association which in many ways is a model Association structure fourth there will be a section conference participated by tho members of tho Board of Direcetors County Committees and Committees on Management lhls is of vital interest to the business uion who tier giving their time toi till Association work The departments of time Association work will he discussed through addresses given at the night session by some of the Lest experts in our There will be also special conferences for the city railroad student fund county departments also one fur religious work Largo delegations from the sev entyfour Associations of the State are expected at Lexington Now members of evangelical churches in communities where thorn are ssociations and who are inter in Christian work for young ate invited to attend cud par in tho Convention as visit members Not over five from h a community however can be entertained by the citizens of Lexington Application for erf dentials giving name und address pastor should bo sent to the tate Secretary by February 17 The railroads in Kentucky have given a spocnl rate for the round- trip tickets on sold February 2223 return limited to 27 and information can bo secured from the local agent For information about credentials otc inquire at tho local Association or address Mr Henry Rosevear State Secretary Third and Broadway Louisville Ky EVER GRIPE OR SICKEN They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels This is tho universal verdict of tho thousands who use DeWitts Little jlIIllls IIIhiGndeLEG BROKEN Master Dowey Rood son of Mr Rid Rued was skating on roller skates on Saturday when lie toll in front of the Frankfort Hotel and broke the small bone of his leg IN SELFDEFENSE Major Hamm editor and ager of the Constitutionalist J I11J inence Ky when he was fiercely L attacked four years 1tlfsLbought a box of RuckTons IImosince Quickest healer of Burns Soros Cuts and Wounds 25c at all drug stores L Dr Wearers TreatmentSSyrup for the blood Ccra r j Pleasant to taKe Ji h Y Lt TrJellrk I 1Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor t And ho 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 b Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thantany other you have tried ILL DRUGGISTS25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowellst Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones WheelTborrows Thresher Machine Oil 1 Tarpaulins i Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG i it Hardware Paints Oils Etee Value JOHN DRISGOLL Qualityf The Leading Grocer the Pioneer Dealer in High Grady Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash AVhUkies Donfcjforget the place J JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky lr CutlyR CanuLl bt iltwucra art t whet a horso nerds when in burr Tonic Ikoil unifier It J They ore rot food t and the best in use to pui in prime condition Price 3 per package For sale by J 1y Gayle and LeComnte Ss Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh River Louisville No 13 Memphis N O Ltd No pal m Arrives 745 n in Now Orlonns Special No B35pmNoeaves 720u in Arrivofl 465 n m For Fulton Paducah anti intormeainte rotate Connection to and fron Elizabeth own HwenvUlu and unday uurvicu to Ellznbellitowii told Uodgen ville Stopa ut all Htutlons No Accomraodatior No eaves 480 p m Ar Ives n m For Central City Connecting service to Hodgenvillu and except undays at all stations All Trains Run Daily r snutnern Raliwau Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and 10 Louisville f St Louis and the West Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a in Lou isville H0 a in Arrlvo St Louis 012 p Carrying vestibule conches and UafoOhsorvation Parlor Car Meals a changeLoavo StLouisCharCarswithout change Reserve Sleeping Car Borths at s III East Main St Lexington or Louisville Ky 234 KyI 41 simple and ornate either Gold Gold Filled or JiSilver 230 St Clair S reet YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD 7li JlL lI t l LuII J A PETITION To tlio Miiyor and Coimti linen of Frankfort TIio eyes of all our people aro upon you gentlemen whom they Move elected to execute tho laws and thus ovorn our city When those laws arc not being Yenforotd it is the uitizens right tc petition you for redioss yon It is tholr dutv to do d Wo aro all members of tho same political household hut wo must remember that partisanship is ono t thing and patriotism is quite another though no man nan he a reputable partisan who is not a patriot Neither cnn a man be a patriot who does not love his coon try nail no man love Ills country who disobeys its lows or suffers it to be done by others when it is his 1SWUll duty to prevent it we all wear glens clothes and profess to be men and ale called men we are nut in fact manly men unless wo act the part and courageously meet the duties imposed upon men I It wo net or boliovo otherwise we are only humbugging ourselves the very meanest tiling a man colt do to 11imsolffor surely time people are never fooled by olllcials who disobey the laws themselves Ilwwlfif is Iho vilest the man who abuses his 4 family or the ono who uflers others to do it so wo hesitate to say which is the smallestthe olHcial ifwho disobeys the laws ho sweats to or the one who slYers others to disobey them j Your honorable body composes Frankforts highest type of cilien tooiformance of duty Time fact our laws Imo boon and are now being recklessly disobeyed by cer tain classes ot citizens furnishes no reason why you should be condemned for many of you may have no knowledge of it but if after yor have a knowledge of It you continue silent and refuse to re quire all under you to perform their full duties then you subject yourselves to the judgment of public opinion to the condemnation of an outraged peoplo Therefore the purpose of the- unIcslgmioda common citizen one who loves our country and d State ard cityIs to now acquaint Two Dyspeptics If are too fat it is because your food musclestrengthIthat you eat are not properly digested and stringy people do not hays enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancroatino tl Kodol I Cure contains all the digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect but it is a reconstructive tissue building tonic as well ITodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of tho Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh 1I irbotti H rrprid at u Lsh M much ti the orstorrorlOlmtdltt teltl or Oesntslts OoOMe ionlA 4 J KEEPING A GOOD HATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will t obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers M A SELBERTReliable Jeweler r Dyspepsia tolotionsfull knowledge of it if you have not heretofore had to the end that- no excuse shall ho henceforth made that no citizen has informed you ofIpresIrs ayorIa111stant and since tho vigorous action by other citizens and 0110 of tno churches the saloon keepers met in convention and agreed toI hereafter close on Sundays thus ngnlnstUICIJ1Sunday laws and furthermore furnishing additional proof that some of the city ollicinls Mr Davis 1xclptc cIhIHO been guilty of neglect of duty or failure to require obedience to our laws in that regard In that case the law was being violated one in the week In the mutter of gambling tIme law is being violate every tiny III tho wtek am reliably informed whih believe to be true that many of tho saloons are conducting or are giving shelter to gambling resorts where pokey craps etc are continually played where noon aro being Hwlllll where their ponniless aro taught trio hellish art of ro- bholyof gutting something for nothing and of living by time sweat of sonic otner titans brow I report this to you and bog of you to forthwith purge our this cursed destroyer I request you to cause time immediate arrest of all persons conducting gambling places and of all those who own the property where such gambling dUlls are operated and bring thom to trial under section lUfio Ken tucky Statutes which imposes a flue of 500 and confinement in thu penitentiary from one to three years And if any of your peace oilicers fail or refuse to so net urge you to bring them to II under sections 19f i and 1104 impose a flue in any sum not than 1000 and to bo confined in tho county jail not less than six months nor moie than twelvemonths and to forfeit any office they hold- I respectfully pledge my services as a needed and in ad vance promise to any ollleial who fearlessly titles his duty my assist ance and respect anil admiration Whilo should rejoice if time gam hlors should meet and resolve to thoIabsomceopenly for tho rigid enforcement tho law against thorn Were tho saloon as honestly disposed as pUblIshed reports mako thorn in now being so so Heltons of hart tho Sunday laws obeyed by nil they could not fail to first obey all laws themselves by closing the gambling rooms over their saloons those that are now conducting such places or sufler ing others to do it on their premises I rely implicitly upon right to prevail and nutui tho might of the good people to predominate and shall be tenth to believe your hon orable body will recognize any other principle Respectfully submitted NOEL GAINES Frankfort Monday Jan lA PROGRESSIVE JOURNAL IPho Kentucky Farmor and the progressive agricul tural and live stock journal pub lishod at Lexington has giver another evidence of its enterprise It appears this week in a complete now dross It is printed on heavy supercalendared book paper of tho finest grade with tho best news ink and has an entire new series of attractive Royorofb Ii ondlottori type It is tho lication of tho kind over issued in tho South Those changes are permanent and of themselves bespeak the splendid patronage which this ex J cellent journal is enjoying Estab hasIattahledbeginning it hits proved of tho greatest service to tho States vast live stock lyid agricultural litter ests Each issue is replete with news suggestions Information and instruction Tho paner was a big factor toward tho success of the isconstantlythe advancement of tho interests it represents It has taken hold of purlclass of stock the attention which it deserves and which no other paper gave it We are glad to offer Tho Ken tucky Farmer und Brooder on a clubbing proposition with the Roundabout at J7o per annum and ire would recommend that every one of our subscribers take it Its regular rate is two dollars per year tr STOnXBears theThe Aas dignatnie YAof ALL AT WORK The Kentucky River Distillery No auto tho John Cochran S Co Distillery No 87 made tho first mashes of time season late last tho distilleries with tho ox copt ion of the 1 J M Salrell Distillery aro now in operation for tho seasons run rmvwavr IJHE ELEVENTH HOfR Lincoln J Carters popular and successful melodrama Tho Kiev Dentil Routtwill ho the offering at Capital Theatre tonight It is needless to remark that tho cli axes und story will be sulllelently startling and thrilling to satisfy tho most craving desire for pictorial realism supremely Norman Hackett an elderly farmer has fallen heir to a largo inheritance and returns to his home containI1000O0olegacy Shortly prior to this a fast express has been hold up and robbed and lieu Fowler leader of the gong is under cover at Hacketts home posing as a summer boarder With him is his mistress Helen passing as his sister Fowler lays plans whkh are very novel to pos sess himself of Haoketts money hut in carrying them out murders the old gentleman and falls to secure the coveted treasure Joe Mauley the sweetheart of Hack etts daughter Susan immediately starts for Chicago with the money intending to place it in a batik Fowler and his crow attempt to ditch the train by giving the wrong block signals but being frustrated in a very exciting scene follows Mauley to time city where he is waylaid robbed and falls prisoner in their hands howler has fallen in love with Susan and meeting her in the Windy City where sue has come in search of Mauley anan es to moot her at tho Bis oflhis The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been iu use for over 30 years has borne time signature of and has hecn mado under his pcrIr sonal supervision since its infancy r fcGlcYAllow 110 one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and cndanger the health of Infants antI Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVornw and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy cud natural slcCIITime Childrens PanaceaTime Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ITN i 1 i jjrvte assistance of HeUm Fowler is enabled to show Susan her lover as she is made to believe in a coin promising position Disgusted with tho supposed perfidy of Man ley Susan agrees to marry Fowler Tho last act occurs in a magnificent drawing room in Michigan Avenue which Fowler has rented While planning with Doby Dick to snake way with Helen whom ho Inns boon unable to rid hlmselfof he is over heard by her and she attempts his life but is brutally beaten Scarcely have tho pair gotten Helen out of tho way when Manley appears having escaped from his jailor Frosty Joe Then follows one of the most exciting fistic encounters ever seen on the stage in which every piece of furniture hi to abrao and jardenitrs are smashed to atoms FOR SALE I1R1NWe can locate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas Okla WoIStates ranging from 400 an nero up ofIlandsfrom 1000 an aero up We mil special attention to four 1ylfeso thoIIf you have a farm for sale or town property for smile list it with us wo will find you a buyer If you have land to rent we will find you a tenant C X HOWLING CO Agents KyJany= Profit In Poultry The great American lien is the best paying property you CUll have this winter and with eggs already selling at fancy prices with much higher prices in sight there is every reason for keeping your poultry in good conditionLees Egg Maker Is the thing to use It cures all diseases of poultry purifies the blood touts up the system and uptolar in profit for every dime of cost It has heel used by poul try mon so lento that we know just what it will do and we sell it under a guarantee of satisfaction or refund your money Price 25 Cents ill tdGAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfurt KyI sI 1 LATTENTION ARMERScl WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences IL I f No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rodTof fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by Buggy of RugsP C SOWER COHardware 307309 Merchants Main St MARRIED RODGERS LANCASTER In this city on Wednesday Mr Cason M Rodgers old Miss Pearl Lan caster both of Stamping Ground were married PENNHOCKENSMITH At the residence of the brides father Mr Lee G Penn and Miss Jesslo Hock ensmith laughter of Mr Jesse Hockcnsmith were married on Wednesday HOCHINEASLEYAt the Jef- fers House on Tuesday light Mr Burton Hochin and Miss Georgia Ensloy both of Shelby county were married by Rev Dr M H Adams of the First Baptist Church N GALVESTONS SEA WALL Makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no seawall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I hal a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone nrippeCroupvents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at all druggists Price SOo and 100 Trial bottle freer STATE COLLEGE BOYS TO COME HERE limn battalion of cadets from the State College together with the faculty and senior class will come here on a special train on Monday to visit the Legislature and see the sights of the city The corps of cadets will bo under command of Major Burrtt the S Army Com mnndant stationed at the College ROUGH HANDS MADE SMOOTH A man who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth With Witch Hazel Salve hut ho used the genuine that bearing the name E C DeWitt Co Chi cago For sores bolls cuts burns bruises etc it no equal and aiTords almost immediate relief from blind blending itching and protruding Piles Sold by J W Gayle ANOTHER LEINGION FIRE Time fine Q it C passenger depot at Lexington was destroyed by fire on Wednesday night Tlio fire was heatingarKODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Just a little Kodol after meals will Believe that fullness belching gas on stomach and all other symptoms of indigestion Kodol digests what you eat and enables tho stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Kodol is a thorough digostant toad will ailord relief from any disorder duo to imperfect digestion or 111111I assimilation Sold by J W Gayle TO WHOM JT MAY CONCERN I the Sheriff of Franklin County 1 recommend to the public Smiths Agriculture Liniment as nn excellent remedy for Rheuma tism Bruises Backache Strains Old Soros Poisonous Bites Sore ness through the Lungs Sore Throat Diphtheria and tho like having used it in my family for yearsYours very truly 223m R C H1EATT Sheriff r Ittl A FINE ATTRACTION jJlw loading repertoire company of the present season is undoubt edly the CradooNevjllo Organiza lion that comes to tho Capital Theatre all next week The amount of capital required to equip a company of this magnitude is appalling to the average mind when taking into consideration tho low price of admission This company comes to this city fully equipped to maintain tho high reputation of former seasons carrying as they do their own 70foot scenery car filled to the roof with an entire scenic equipment for the nine big productions staged by this com pany The handling of this large amount of scenery requires careful consideration and to meet every emergency tho management have provided their own transfer equip ment of horses wagons and scenery trucks and a number of ex pert stage mechanics to properly handle tho same therefore assur ing correct scenic productions In organizing their present tour tho management have boon for tunate in sccuirng tho handsome young leading man Wilson R Todd This young gentleman who is a graduate of Perdue University class comes to this company direct from Hopkins Stock Co Chicago where Mr Todd won golden opinions from press and public for his clover impersona tions of romantic roles appearing as Edmond Dantes in Monte Christo John Storms in the Christian Sherlock Holmesinlimo Sign of The Four John Swiftwind in Northern Lights and mummy other leading roles Mr Todd is an actor from love of his profession having adopted the stage against the wishes of his poliIticianmanufacturer of Portland Maine where the family is quite prom inent in society Prirues 10 and cents No man can cure consumption Yon can prevent it though Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs colds bronchitis sore throat Never fn- llHn4LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER have a full line of all tho latest IIles stock- C in wall paper Call and ex M BRJDGEFORI Main Street Opposite Engine House 28tf WORK COMMENCED The work of tearing away time old freight depot of the L N R R was commenced on Wednesday Good FOR RLNiMrs R B Rohort sons desirable residence property of 7 rooms mild hath Third Street South Side Apply toJ G McLean next dour East Tennessee Telephone No An mltit WHAT THAT UROUND HOGS A I D On Sunday evening about 8 oclock the blizzard that has been foretold reached herein time shape Snow began falling in fine particles that soon had tho ground white It continued to fall until a depth of about inches was reached It then cleared away and tin blianl got down to business limo thor mometer steadily fell until by Monday morning it had reached 10 degrees sbove zero Tuesday morning it showed 4 above and on Wednesday it had gone to only above Tho ground hog simply said Ya Ya Ha Ha as he scooted for his hole Dr Wearers Treatment 8jrap purlflea the blood Cerateheala ekln eruption t j1 = DEATHS== =c one = SAITEJIWH ITEA t Spring Station on Monday Mrs WickliiTo Satterwhite mother of Mrs Jus P Williams The remains wero interred in our cemetery on Tuosday last SMI LEY February 1JM5 at the homo of his parents Still H multi Annie lI Smiley Soott Rrown Smiley aged ill years und ten months Dearest Scottie thou hast left us Here thy loss wo deeply fool lint tis God who hath bereft usIHo cnn all our sorrows henIFLORIAN At the husband near Peaks Mill on Thursday February Mrs Eliza beth Florian beloved wife of Mr Joseph Florian Sr aged 79 years Mrs Florian was n devout Chris tiara woman a member of the Methodist Church a tender and devoted wife and mother and a staunch friend The fungal services were con ducted by Rev Henry Gwin on Saturday last and the remains Iillloomoter infant son of Rev J W Rowdon and wife nee Annie lIartinIIaged 7 months The remains of this dear little fellow were brought here on Thurs day morning and the funeral services conducted from the chapel in our cemetery by Rev Dr M li JJaptistImantown and married the daugh tor of Mr Samuel Martin Their many friends sympathize with thorn in their sorrow oa WAITED Chicago wholesale and moil order house assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or experience re quired Write at onco for full par ticulars and enclose selfaddressed envelopeCOOPER CO Lake St Chicago Ill 1812r LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver1 Used letters for the wool February 10 HJOIIIAimstron r A B Auliir M Unixton E W Dover Oscar Allegood Ed B Evans George Loach James- Mclomnhd Clarence Malvin loinManoy J P Mlles Mrs Ninnio Mills JJoloy Moore Jurutb CoIIdaISuliWbiznr Mr VlrgininWhitJn HnllleI the above lot ndeltlzedIKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digouts what you eat Li a Jf i J TO MAKE BRICK HERE Mr John OKeofeof Augusta Ga contractor for the brick work on the new capitol has come to the citroHu says that ho intends to ntmtko nil the brick ho will use hero This will give work for quito n number of hands which is a good thing for our merchants boa Minuto Cough e Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has boon curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so long that it has proven itself to bo a tried and true friend to the nanny who use it No need to fear croupI ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars BulletLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cage St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of Now Orleans Time best road for reaching the Win leI Tourist resorts of tho South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Illrdl Gras at New Orleans Feb ruar 27 05 Gulfport is a Moxi thoIllwwfrom Now Orleans for Mexico Con trail America Panama West ladies and Europe Send or call for de soriptivo matte r in regard to tho above OrleansCvia tho Illinois Contrail through service to Now Orleans and tho now ocean liner twinscrew nino teenknot- S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wed nes lay at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis frown Cincin nati and Louisville SleepingIvia Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta Mexico California ISpeclnl Tours of Mexico und Cali fomln vita thu Illinois Central and Now Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February 2ld for Mexico and Cull fornia the last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips mule in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion emus through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Or leans and the Southern Route every Friday from Chicago every Tues lay from Cincinnati null Louisville Via Omaha and tho Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Null particulars concerning all of time above can bo had of agents of eonneetimmglines 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 11 Chicago S G HATCH G P A 10tAl Chicago YU 111J rFine Trainee TO FLORIDAI- ASOUTHERN RAILWAY AND QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule conches via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car servos all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louisville 715 p m carries observation hilly except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lapta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Steep era Composite Car Observation allIman p m hilly running through to Knoxville whore connection is made at JH a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asho isle Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville a m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS rood returning until May 81st are now on smile dully at low rates VAUrAHLBIOUHS Going via Ashvillo and Land oF CountryI jIJluHI handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad dress any agent of tho Southern Ry or C H HUNGERFORD D P A Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route Jinclnnitti O Dec t April Ifts the little colds Unit grow into the big colds Unit end in consumption and oath Watch time little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syru- pKILLmE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCSt KingsDew I I PriceFUR100 co Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Dr R P Buckmaster Istcopathic Physician Ollico at Mrs Win ODomieHs 485 Main Street Will ho in office TUESDAY THURSDAY nnd SATURDAY E Tenn Tel 375 413tfi 1t 4t 1 7- TRUT I t FRIO AVS SA LE WILtCONfTiIoliM UE yHE DA YI IV W J ToDays Sale Will Be On IChin and Glass White Goods Figured Lawns Hamburgs Embroideries Laces JI =i Remember These Sales Last Today Only Prices Cut HalbOIl 1tiII ONLY ft n 00Jj k 1 i I otI8i J f fot r i fr l u IffJ t in J10r f SA9Kt ItitiOb7w 6OO1 11 FIRST ANNUAL STATE FARM FRS INSTITUTE rBo Held nt Frankfort Ky r ibrtwry iiTfch nnd 128th and March 00 Under the Auspices of the State Department of Agriculture Labor anti Statistics For the Development of Kentuckys Agri cultural and Kindred Interests OBJECT The object of the State Farmers Institute is to bring tho farm ers of till State into closer relation with each other and with the Department of Agriculture fur their mutual bone fit o in terchange ideas to encourage legis lation for the benefit of tho farmers null to lift Kentucky to tho fore front of agricultural States Tho Institute is to be tho central body of farmers in the State and it is to bo made a permanent insti tution Pie local clubs or insti Lutes arn to become members of this lwd and they will be ex pected to send delegates to tin Stato meetings to take part in time deliberations and to present the needs of their respective counties Time State body will work in con junction with the State Department of Agriculture and will servo to bring time farmers and the Depatt en t into close contact with one another to the end that the farmers may be enabled to get direct and substantial benefits from it ORGANIZATION- As soon as tho delegates are as k sembled it is tho purpose to eruct it a permanent organization and elect ofliqors as follows President First Vice President Second Vice President Secretary Treasurer leach county shrill have 0110 vote on time question of organiation but after time organization fleeted f the Institute may determine for itself the manner of voting on all propositions coming before it Treating Wrong Disease times women call on their pliyslilaiis siilloring as thl imagine ih one front dyspepsia another from heart kidneydisease IIJ1ItluIlalike to themselves and their easygoing s and IiidinVrent or overbusy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which assuming them to ho siuli prescribes his pills and potions In they are all uterimodisease Ilructlcufering pa tlllJt Its no better hurt probably worse by reason of till delay complicationsAvorite Prescription illrertcil to tilt annitc would entirely removed disease thereby dispelling all those distressing symptoms and instituting comfort In stead of prolonged misery It lass beta well said thatflU disease known is half cured ndllItllicexperienced and skillful physician apd to womans delicate system Is made of native medicinal routs and 1auKjsfniAs perfectly harmless in its effects lit lilY olatlll Ionic Fa I 1rescrlptlon imparts strength to the whole system and to the organs dis tinctly feminine In particular For over llebiiijseamstresses shop girls housekeepers nursing mothers and women gen lrescrlptioaisas an upnotllng cordial re 1lIultll tonic soothing and strengthening nerv IIIPllllfldalldduing nervous excitability irritability nervous ha IIstioll nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea St Vitnss dance and distressing nerv upoltfumictioaaluterus It induces refreshing sled and relieves mental anxiety and despondency Dr Pierces Pleasant Invigorate thin stomach liver mad bowels Ono to three u dose Easy to tuku as candy 4- Iite li KEP RESENTATION While each county will have one vote in tho matter of organiation it is urged that every county send as many delegates as will agree to come It is very important to time agricultural interests of the Stale that this the first State Institute should be a signal success- PROGRAMME yetbeeneminent lecturers in time country have boon invited to participate and it can confidently be said that it will be one of the most interest ing piogrammos ever carried out in this State Among those invited to participate are Dr Cyril G Hopkins of Illinois University P G Holden of Iowa Joseph E Wing of Ohio Gifford iinchot head of tho National Department of Forestry Prof JC Puttoron1 of Kentucky State Uollo o Ilf A Scovell Diroctor of time State Experiment Station Prof H Oar man State Entomologist timid other mon of national reputation includ expertOovernor be in vitod to deliver tho address of wel come for time State and Mayor E E Hume will deliver the address of welcome for Frankfort Pro gram roes will bo sent out as soon as completed REDUCED RAZES Application has been made lor reduced rates on all railroads in the State Delegates are requested to take certificates from agents in order that they may get tho advan tago of reduced rates returning ENTKRTA INM ENT the Frankfort Business Mens Club will entertain tho delegates at a banquet and other entertain anent will be provided including a visit to the New Capitol Site limn Hirsiness Mens Club will establish a bureau of information which will look titter the comfort of tho Idle gates anti guests and will provide badges for all delegates The Log islature will still ho in session and thinishould feel that tin agricultural interests of the State are on trial and should see to it that deter mined interested men mo sent as lUll1IRespectfullyHTI5ERT Commissioner FINE ATTRACTION W Lincoln Carters productions are always interesting to time dra matic impressionist Ho does not follow Carlylos advice that tho bust artist is one that paints with a small brush hilt he seized the largest brush from time rack and slings tho tint of carmine over all The Eleventh Hour will bo rich in detail just the timid to snake tin spectator sit on time side of his seat in expectancy with a succession of thrills chasing up and down his spinal column Imo first act is laid in an old mill where the villain starts time ma chinery of tho plot in action Tho other four acts will deal with Chi cago life which Mr Carter seems to have made a study of The prin cipal sensation occurs at u block tower of a railroad and the prin thoiWhiting in No 5 St John Snout Mr Carter had evidently endeavored to depict both high and low life in his native city The company is thoroughly adequate for time presentation of thu play which will bo seen at Capital Theatre tonight RELIGI0H5 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn tho pastor will conduct service at a evening service Wednesday 780 p in Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Meeting at 715 p m the public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ro- C R Hudson tho pastor will preach at a m and 7itO p m Evening topic The parables of Christ with illustrations Sundayschool at 980 a m in Endeavor Society moots atchapelPrayermooting even In chapelTho Tues locliCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at iBO a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in BAPTIST CHUPCHRov M H Adams D time pastor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at i4 a m in the chapel taughtbyBaptist Young Peooplos Union will meet in tho chapel at 045 p mlIllorH M Parlf ntITopic Gambling n P1nlrJlHotill on Wedne cllw peiIfree FIRST PHES11VIEHIAN- CIURCHltov J McC Hlaynoy D I the pastor will preach at il a m mind 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tiara Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHlTHCHH J O A Vanghr tIt pastom will preach at a m iud 780 p Sundayschool at 045 a m 111III1mW1rth League at 545 p Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 p 111IEverybody Iu1 SOTTHKRN JHE8HYIEH1AXi CHUUCHHtv Win Crowe paS- tor will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m Young Peoples Society at 580 p l1lIJ1Jl1t1ng Wednesday at 7110 oclock Everybody invited to attend CARD OF THANKS Editor Roundabout leas allow spurn in your must excellent viper to express thanks to all tin ladles timid gentlemen who assisted at tho box party at Old South Ronson which was a sue cess amounting to I81 thirty one dollars and eighty cents Wo especially thank Messrs C II Crockett nnd Frank Thomas who did their part so well as auc tioneer and collector Were very glad to see Frankfort so WOlIllII1olIIVANTKD District Managers to post signs advertise und distribute pOldnpresent employment IDEAL SHEAR CO Randolph St Chicago 204m JidJ 18lllfNO t HO UN D Stock hogs tire scarce and high Every one who has any to sell is getting a good price for them 9 ho old factory property near tho Jiuilalo Spring has been pur chased timid will be inndu into a warehouse lr1 L Trundle is the new owner Messrs Adams Rlanton are building an addition to their store on Main street Mr C V Robinson expects soon to build an oiiico and wareroom for tho hindlng of grain seeds coal mind lumber Died At the homo of his sister in Lexington Mr A T Moreland aged 54 years of heart failure Mr iMoroland was formerly In tho em ploy of Mr A Ford in this place Ho was a quiet unobtrusive gentleman He was the first person to be buried in the new Masonic Cemetery The interment took place on Friday last The weather turned suddenly dole on Sunday night and three was a fall of about live inches of snow hero weather followed Mr Ed P Johnson of this place was adjudgod non compos mentis in the county court and Ir1as Covlngton appointed his trustee TNO O4srrO 3= ac A Bears rave thoct rcf e4dU OtTRAGIC DEATH Rev Gen H Simmons a well 01111Ihut of committed suicide by taking a deadly poison on Monday night Mr Simmons had lecture presi dent of two big corporations and there were charges of irregularities in liisailairs fete of meeting which caused the awful deed a rr AVriivera Syr up and OnUe Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases 0ffiBs Early RBsers Tho famous Little pills CLIMATIC IT IKS- Tho infliiitici of climatic con ltll1ptionispoor patient ninth tho rich patient too elfin do much bettor at home by proper attention to food digestion Syrlmpriceis made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest cad the absence of that weakening cough land debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing time greatest laurel and treed of tint consumptive can bo prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regu larly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consnmptivis thorp the few who are brnelltcd thatlnlgists vr u Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in ellVd February sub ject to change without uoticei lII1hlsIFor Washington Bait immure Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Ioiiit and Norfolk 10IS M and 74 V 31 Dally 23lyr ikl r CHEAP RATE To Now Orleans and Mobile Ac rt count of Mardi Gras t JJroundary 21 to 2 Extreme limit 17 1505 For full particulars to fnrchtC W HAY G P Tany IHto F 2i IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN ITtAIL14AV- On Friday December 1st the following changes in time olollthernI-I trains will become etiHctive 4f No now leaving Louisville at 7550 a in will depart at S a mtNo 9 now leaving Louisville at 850 p m will depart at 880 p m No now leaving Louisville at 725 p in will depart at 745 pm No 24 now leaving Lexington at Q 1i1U a m will depart at 545 a l iJImade at loud stations and passel gels intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents forrcomplete in format ion C 12Ulo H HrNGKRFOHI D P AlD 9sersLiltle j The famous little pills fiJ 1 rD I m 1gonuinaLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day New Fast Train Colorado TO J UTAH ANDTHE PACIFIC COAST in tnYct Sunday May TIlt niw trains tIll leave St Louis a in daily Tin oyrnmir trains to tine points 1Throl1jh 50 YEARS ttITRADE MARKS r DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ckc fh Aion patentsIVitems r tpccMlnotice without clmrco lutho Scientific jftMicaii hnn tfyonIYorklJrancb r g iIttt r I r McCLURES WIIfTED CLEARING SALE t BEGAN FRIDAY FEB 2 Extreme Price Reductions Extreme Variety of Merchandise I rMal DInrffr qr ii X1 iIt ffli The reason for this sale is this stores unalterable rule not to carry over goods made for one season to another This winters sale will be the greatest historyLargein this sale more goods than we have ever before been able to offer on a like occasion 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 grade merchandise than many a store can offer at the seasons beginning at prices so low as to almost compel buying The early comers will of course have greatest choice to select from CLOTHING 812 Suits worth up to S30 Choice of our finest winter weight fancy suits mens and young mens for 12 We have never 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 handmade 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 overplaids HALF PRICE THESE ARTICLES 75c 37c Pocket Books Shopping I Bags price Solid blacks whites Bath Robes Smoking Fancy 25c Jackets at price CHILDRENS CLOTHINGt constantlyincreasingnot matched Mothers know their boys get better wearing and better clothing here and at lower prices than elsewhere following reductions from our usual low prices on all fancy knee pants suits are remarkable 800 600 Suits for 500 500 suits for 350 and 350 suits for 250 300 and 250 svits for 200 MENS SHOES S6 Shoes for 8440 Several stylesBoydensin heavy calf tan and patent colt all worth 600 for 440 S5 Shoes for 8350 Our unequalled line of 500 shoes this seasons newest styles in patent colt calf and gun metal leathers for 3 50 S25O and S3 Shoes for 225 This lot contains about 200 pairs mostly broken lines in which are only a sizes of kind All of them good wearing and tylish shoes 75O Suits worth S10 and 812 Choice of any mixed suit in our stock worth 10 12 for 750 Good patterns well made suits good linings Mens and young mens sizes S15 for our finest Overcoats All overcoats and rain coats worth 30 27 fancybeltcoats in quiet colors are included 812 for Overcoats worth up to 822 Choice of any overcoat or rain coat in the store worth from 16 to 22 for 12 Included are belt hacks 52inch overcoats and rain coats in the rich and the box back coats in blacks and greys ON Neckties at and 50c Neckties at 25c at half and excepted and 50c Sox at half elsewhere looking The 700 and 400 cordovan box few each are and AND mens black suits are sale at red ction It to to SHOES 84 and Shoes for 324 Included hero are number of Scho ber Cos shoes in patent colt and kid every pair of our regular 400 shoes in patent colt patent kid metal leather lace and button All sizes in these and all this newest styles S3 Shoes 224 This lot is made up of our regular lines Queen Quality and while there are not many sizes of one kind the lot as contains all sizes A good many patent shoes included Shoes at 124 These come from our regular 150 and lines some of them being sample Mostly heavy soles All made to stand wear 164 for 82 50 and 82 Shoes About 75 pairs in this lot all good styles sizes 114to Sizes 8J to 11 same style for 124 FURNISHING Shirts at 75 cents About 15 dozen sold at 100 and 150 reduced to 75 cents 812Icoats in fancy colors all well made and lined Not mans or young mans overcoat of any description nor mans or young mans mixed suit at any price is reserved Choice of any in the store at sale prices Mens Pants All winter weight cassimere and worsted pants reduced 600 pants 450 500 pants 350 350 pants 250I300 and 250 pants 220 BLACK BLUE SUITS REDUCED About 1o0 and young mens and blueIput in this a u of 20 will be necessary come early get one of these WOMENS 8 5 a Laird and gun seasons 3 excepted any a whale kid 2 shoes Misses 2 GOODS negligee shirts which including a few Manhattans a a 82 Manhattan Shirts 8135 A clean up of styles in which we have only a few shirts left All these are negligees and no whites are include- dIlandkerchiNfs 35 cents a half dozen These were bought for holiday trade packed in imitation trunks and cigar boxes and sold at 75 cents and 50 cents a box 2Oc White Linen Handkerchiefs at two for 25c GlovesFownes 300 kid gloves at 240 Fownes 250 kid gloves at 200 Fownes 200 kid gloves at 160 Fownes 175 kid gloves ut 140 50c and 75c Scotch gloves at 40c sJ 100 kid gloves at 80c Caps 50c winter caps 35c 25c winter cans 20c Underwear50c underwear 35c 150 silk plush underwear 112 250 underwear 175 SweatersChildrens 50c sweaters at A reduction of y on all other sweatersJ Fancy Vests About 50 light vests worth from 3 to 44- 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 forI R K MCCLURE SON 2L22J4 3T CLAIR STREET FRANI FORT a i r r l Jtr yrti yr 1f5 Ni Bd IkJ v9 W r l I