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Digital page images are linked to the text file. aneiSF i TTTFIJL FRANKFORT RoUND BOUT I GEO A LEWIs Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS I1Itals 00 In Advance IVOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 17 19Cc NO 24 For the HOIlIHlahoutI 18741 N OHTI A ITUJtE 1 When nil tiP greyish dawn ofi youth itiul Illinns Wore nured in the llenl then came tho hour For ponsivo musings Back to1 t quiet streams powerIThe small whit1 hand of hoylioods fancy lituitht- Its 1001 first impression Earnest If sons taught r Tr tBut afterward the noon tlmo canto tentsrR thorf OOntas yearsrWhich onto and go Time note of birdtlost its erectness and tho i work null hoar tt Fell as a garment to his very i feet f 111 And now tiM eventide and test isI f sweeter far Beside the strnani wo call tho tistr0l1111 of life If youth and dreams are past tho j guiding star Beckons him on to duties cant = its strife Tho host ideals are found in tho sublime Of manlier thought upon tho shore of Time t IV Look not my friend upon the bitter past of lost endeavor Or to the alluring future Bide the present hour And view it with a steadfast pur overWhen childhood youth anti gontlo ago agree To dwell togetherthrough eter nity N S COX February 17 IflOfi Its a mistake to imagine that itching piles cant bo cured a mis take to suffers day longer than you bringsInstantAt any drug store cents For the Roundabout OLD TIMES IN FBANKFOHT No IX CrutcherTato Melange PAn amusing episode connected with tho days of slavery occurred near Frankfort prior to the Civil War Bob Taylor and Dick late i wore charmed with two young ladies named Vaughan residing in the county Determining to give them a serenade they engaged the services of John N Crutohor as vocalist Ed Went as performer on tho flute whilst Walter Lewis was to do the guitar part Arrived at tho farm home one bright starlight night horses were hitched instruments uncased and tho group wore silently crossing tho stiles nt the yard fenco when tho vocalist Crutoher noticed some calves lying down in tho yard Quickly grasping the tail of ono of these ho gave it a twist The ani mal jumped up hollowing tho others sprang up with a great chit ter Tho calf ran Crutoher held on twelve or fifteen hounds front under the porches and from behind the house joined the chase close behind Crutoher giving vent to music that seemed appalling Afraid to lot go for four of thin hounds round d round tho yard they wont till in desperation and nearly exhausted Crutoher sud denly sprang pant Ing and weak on the stiles face downward His companions were indignant disgusted and proposed to omit the serenade Crutohor snit no it would riot do to stop now that hot was only executing an involun c ffbuyon the calfot2Uid the homo i people hero yet asleep ondI the party approached tho gable of the farm house where two lows high up looked down from either side tho stone uhimney Cru teller sang sweetly something about tho starry night and love lies dreaming while flute and piecesjstyle At the conclusion an old negro mammy appeared Invited theta to come into the dining room and take something Said it was always tho witty when young gentlemen serenaded Accepting the invita tion they found cherry bounce cake and other good things in abun dance A ftor eating heartily Tay lor Saidell how did the young ladies like the serenade bless yor soul honey t1e IOhtho old hitch mammy dey hire Wont over to Mars Bedfords tlis morn In enrly and nlmlIon company disgust unspeakable thatIiof funeral procession wended its way back to the city though tho calfet performer now and then tried in vain to provoke a srnilo Probably few sensational affairs havo lived longer in the memory of the older citizens than time Crutch lion10PiROcl wasIItho postofHco and John Crutoher was clerk for the lato Win M Todd whoso store was that now occupied by McClure Seeing Foatherston sawing boards on the opposite situ and close to tho plank fence between tho yards late and Crutoher hatched a murder plan The day was hot Fathrhad off coat and vest as ho sawed away his hack to tho fence his shirt crawled towards his shoul tiers exposing tho bare skin late loaded a big syringe to time muzzle with ice water Cru tc her filled and primed with powder a horse pistol ho had borrowed front the arsenal Noiselessly approaching where Featherston was at work they found an opportune crack in the fence close to the unsuspecting syringeIAttol and chug Wont tho water against Feathorstons bare back iTho effect was startling Dropping his saw FOlther ton foil to time ground crying murder I am1 killed Other workmen rum up The news sprond that Featherston had boon assassinated shot from bo hind tho fence Crowds gathered Doctors wore summoned Stand ing over tho prostrate man with scores now pressing around all wild with excitement Ono of tho doctors asked him where lie was shot Clear through tho back dont you see tho blood hoI groaned in reply Turning him over the doctor said rum dont hloodIIshirtThen tho joke dawned on the crowd They laughed then whooped and yelled Featherston got up Ho was full of anger Ho got a pistol Time planner of the joke was as good as dead if he found him but ho never found out tho perpetrators till yours after for Crutchor and into never talked until his good humor replaced time resentment Gun Cerro Gordo Williams brought homo a dismounted cnllI non from time Mexican war tunI HdiForground in the edge of the high un cut grays Ono day Tato and Crutcher went up to time arsenal and whilo Crutchor engaged limo attention of San loins time keeper Into stole a rod sack full of pow r der Later they bought forty or fifty yards of fuse Trout a qua try man haul of the cemetery One dark night whilst the town was asleep and only cats and dogs on parade Crutcher apt Tale stole silently to the State louse yard loaded the old cannon heavily with powder then rammed and rammed It with sod and rags till their arms ached Attaching time fuse to tho touch 1I1t they unrolled it to thin gate lit the end anti hen tied to their room and to bed After waiting n long while and no sound coning to their ears they felt perIItapsto tho square They had gone only a few steps when a tremendous ox plosion occurred Every glass window within a square of tho State Houso was shattered People ran the streets Everybody was Ion Was it an earthquake a meteor fallen Crutcher surmised It might be tho first blast of Gabriels trumpet Ho and Tnto had joined the crowd timid were in nocently surmising what tho noise could be The old cannon had kicked over in the tall gross and disappeared leaving no evidence of whero the uproar canto from Next day many funnel came to town to inquire about the terrible noise The mystery was unex phtined for many years Col Jo n N Crutcher and Bil dud Jones were visiting a charming lady who lived west of the city Jones was monopolizing the young ladys company more than wits pleasing to Crutoher Ho was there nearly every night well dressed limo looking talkative Tho young lady smiled on him Between Bil dads home and tho residence of his charmer lay a big mud polo spanning the road Crutcher knew that mud hole He knew its depth 111daelHand happiness Ono night after dark ho stretched a grape vino across tint mud hole frost trees on enoughihorse in a thicket to ono side and lay down behind thC fence and waited He had not long to wait for love is no laggard Bildad cnme along riding fast and whistling for his heart was light The grape vino worked well for tho rider was hojCrutcher lay the hitters heart heat like a trip hammer for fear he would he discovered but Iris conj cealment was secure and as Bildad returned home in sorry plight Crutcher spent tho evening undis turbed in tho agreeable company of tho bewitching damsel His mirth reImumberodtime irud hole and ho was forced to explain that it had no unkindly moaning for hor own dear self Col John Crutcher afterward mayor and alcalde of Bellepoint was also the hero of a watermelon fiasco or ambuscade The town onIIlad then was employed to notify thorn when the melons were ripe and to pilot the party Crutcher con iidentially let tho Sneeds unto tho tullIUU IudIthrough a hemp field to tho melon path Tho melons were big aud plentiful They sere thumping for bongIgun a corner Crutoher fnlllcrying Oh Lordy InIfence Unitugrout a HUll in their ideas limey ran the other way but whatever way they turned mud trim bang went a gun in front Finally they broke through tho hemp field and in wearied and do i yyjySj L tCf jected frightened and irregular array readied town lime S needs tlmt or four in number with half I surIrcltll1c1lCl suppose to bo lulled or mortally tforitfrolllli 0111lISThe great danger of kidney troubles is that they got a firm hold before tho sufferer recognixes them Health is gradually undermined Hack lie ho headache nervousness lameness soreness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy diabetes and Brights disease follow in merciless yourkidtetine certain and safe remedy Deans Kidney Pills which has curod peo ple right hero in Frankfort Nellie 1 CHills elfiii4 Hoiines t Street wife of W H Cullis fore man at the Frankfort Chair Cos j Works says have tine greatest fiiith in Deans Kidiiy Pills fur their treatment brought me untold yiusItwhen an attack occurred especially if overexerted myself in anyway iI aggravation of the aching wns sure to follow A positive proof of some disturbed action of the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secretions tried various lemodios but found ningpapers about Doans Kidney Pills it occurred to mo that they might at least give some relief Acting on this thought I wont to W peoplesaiding was true ami the trouble tho kidney secretions was withI rectod I thoroughly believe that any preparation which cots up to Ii the representations made for it like Doans Kidney Pills can not be tool well known IFor side hy all dualois Price ol cents FosterMilburn Co Hut Palo N Y sole agents for the United States- Hemeutbor the namo Iovnsand take no other b GOES TO TTAH Mr D M Woodson the civil en ineer lias accepted a position with a big Chicago Irrigation Co lo cated at Green River ttuh has purchased property and has gone there to icside He will have charge of the big irrigation works by which a largo section of country will bo irrigated A MYSTERY SOLVED How to keep otf periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved Ion me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that ant guaranteed to give perfect sat isfactou to everybody or mOlltW refunded Only 2oo at all druggists VAST IMPROVEMENT We can not refrain from again commending tho Capital Gas and Electric Light Co for tho great im provement in the street lights which they havo so recently put up In place of being ono of the worst lighted cities in the State this is now one of the best Tine lights burn clear and undimmed straight along without any flickering so characteristic of tho old lights We doom this duo to tho company who are so often cursed instead of praised CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sibuaturn of WANTED Men wonted boys and giristo represent McCIiiros Magazine Good pity Address tiT East St N Y City ilM t W t J Nc Are Offering Spe dial Values r C4 SIJ11j11 BI1cs G- II h itwidp Siciljtltta in black and colors I only50c1130 XIin wide Panamas f tra qnnhty and I atltifulcolors per yard only r Kfilinnwi in ciilurs n lipjiutiful fniricIt for spring west ant an unusual I value per yard Special Values In New Sr1llgiSkir- a 1 t At5al1d6 r hl s tai Very tt stylis U1dlelegantly taila0111 ll9lof irtiallla ieilintt nul latest NUVelty Sititings i SPECIAL V ALlES IN SILKS We bought 5 pit cPs of- Pfau De Cygite Silks in black and in colors nt special price Titis is nn nmitkindShirt i is worth 7nc yard I our special price per yard Itl in wide Ilallltl Silk in T wluto an excep I tional value yd 20 in wide Silk in white only I per yard 1 I in plain and Chnn Ino TjiiTetn colors Silks warranted in lllI wear a bargain at I per yard One lot of Dress I Ginghams per yard I 50c I 50c I 59c I 50c Ii Japanese 25c I 11 5c I CmKAGIN BRO 41 St Clair St at Bridge PERSONAL Mr H W Wriirii Ms visiting rtln thes in Loulsvilh Mr E S louett of Winchester was hero on Thursday Col Mitchell Alford of boxing ton was hero this week Mr Jos R Kcwton Ims gone to St Louis Mo to reside t Mrs Virgil Hewitt his returned from a visit to 0IIis11leIMr B R Joutt of Winchester was in the city on Thursday Mr Clarence Milam visited rela tives in Louisville this week Col W B Ha Idem nn of Louis ville was in the city Tuesday winIohestorton was in the city on Tuesday Hon Rolla K Hart of Flemings burg was a visitor here Monday Mrs Henry Wright left Tuesday for Louisville to visit her daughter Hon Lillard H Carter of Law ronceburg was in the city Monday Mr John D Gratin made a busi ness trip to Lexington on Monday Mr Geo F Berry and wife went to New York City on Wednesday Judge E C ORear visited his daughter in Shelbyville on Mon day Col E E Abbett made a busi ness trip to Louisville on Wednes day Mrs Sallie n Thomas has stone to Chicago Ills on a business t trip Mrs T F Taliaferro has returned t from a visit to r riends in Shelby vlllu I Judge A E Richards City At torney of Louisville was here this week hisfliTexasMr J F Vinn a prominent at tiornev of Winchester was hole 1hur4dmyf Mrs W B Kennedy Is visiting For daughter Mrs C C Jones at f Eddyville fMr J M Wakeflold has returned a business trip to Eastern t Kentucky dlIlj Lexington i Libr fudncsdar Hays of Winches AJlpualsfMr C L Seaicy oxRepresonta aa4psludge E C Rear attended the marriage of his sister in Louis ville uliluesday- Miss Sue M Wiight of Louis vllla is tho guest of Mss W H Posoy Todd street Mr John M Stevenson of Win nlIMiss Aubyn Chinn of State Cul lego visited her mother Mrs Jil- nie M Chi J rtunday ouifiJeImother Mrs 1V1 Scott Mrs 01 L Harbison wife of Senator Harboson spent Tuesday at her homo in Covinjjton f q j wiAre1l- le tooling forYou great propnrntiou we have made for spring to get tho best Hull newest things in Dry Goods Notions and Ready= made GarmentsIn- sures us that every purchaser of these goods will look for us WTool1ressMadrasfor1 25 150 and 2 great stock of Lace Muslin and Bob ladieswear For our tobacco raisers we have a Canvas that is a bargain CHAS J WEITZEL Frankfort Ky n Mrs IL Snvsiee of Winchester whiteIIltadi Mary on loon the giiist f relatives in Lexington has returned home Miss B Middloton of Lixiimlon was time truest of Miss Ltila Nelson Campbell street this week Miss Mary Voodson Diokerson of Lexington was tho guest of Miss Amy Lyons this Mr LeVega Clements 20Ihoro was in attendance Court of Appeals Thursday Mrs John P Han ley anti Mrs frlend81inleft yesterday for a two weeks trip to Washington nod Now York Roy W E Gwatkin of Troy Ohio was the guest of Mr W S Farmer and wife on Monday KentuckytJ W Gayle anti wife Sunday Rev M B Adams D D was called to Columbus Ohio the first of the week on a business tIilIJud o lore R Morton ington was in attendants upon the Court of Appeals on Thursday Mrs C M Payntor and daughter Miss Nora were guests of the faun fly of Col las A Scott this week Mr J Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles attended the Swain Whitehead wedding on Wednesday Mrs B F Turner of Lexington was called hero to attend tho fune ral uf her aunt Mrs M Stephens Miss Sarah Cummings of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs John M Hull Wapping street Hon W V Gilder of Bowling Green was here Thursday looking on at time scene of his former labors Mr R A Vanl orveer of Lox ton was the guest of his mnthor Mrs Anna VanDerveer on Tues day Mrs Cornelia Bush and Mrs Wm F Barret loft Wednesday for Now York City thence for an European trip Mr Elliott Ford of Georgetown College who has boon visiting relatives hero has returned to col legeMrs W L Gay and daughter Mrs Howard Rodman are visiting at their old homo near Greenville Mss Mr W S Farmer left Thursday for Now York City to purclmso time spring stock for his big dry goods store Miss Lounsburg of Stam ford Conn was the guest of her sister Mrs W P Hudson this week Dr H S Keller and wife Mrs Thos 1L Stagg and Mr Sang n Johnson have rune to Battlo Creek 1lielm Mr John F Davis Jr of Lake- land visited his parents Cal John F Davis and wife Sunday and Monday Miss Eloise Booo entertained Mm SwainWhitehuad bridal party at her homo on West Main street Monday Miss Nora Marshall of State College spout Sunday and Monday with her parents Mr Ben Marshall and wife Mr Julian Chinn of State College entertained a number of his classmates at luncheon Monday afternoon Hun J T Pride and wife of Iol allflelcl were hero Monday Mr Pride was a member of the last LegislatureMiss Thihorn of Now Orleans La who has been the guest OIlIlU1hus yli tI i ld l who bleu tlio finest of his daughter Mis Kennedy West Side has gone home mmdjatleixicd tho SwalnWnitehoad wedding on Wednesday Mr Joln B Lindsey Jr of West Paseagoula Miss was the guest of LindseySrMrs Egbott C Stophens returned Wednesday evening from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Aber teen Ohio and Vanceburg Rev A B Chinn has gone to 1011III1sT Swigerfc Taylor was called Huron Mich by time dan geroiip illness of her brother Col J J Crittendon U s Army Mr Frank Heeney loft Wednesday for Now York City via Niagara Fulls to purchase time spring stock for his big store Judge Luther C Willis Bald Master George Willis Jr of Shelby GrlIMary Will Violett of were guests of her OwcntonI Jus A Violett and wife Hon MeD Ferguson Railroad Commissioner was culled to his home at LaCenter Ballard county by time serious burning of his mother Mr David Allen and Mr Alex T Lewis senior class mon of State College crone hero Monday with the battalion of Cadets told spent the day Miss Laura Barlow of Louisville and Mr Thos 1 Wyatt and wife ol Christian county were guests of Mr Jos P Barlow on Wednesday Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of this county who have been visit ing relatives in Henry county and Louisville the past week returned homo yesterday IorgnnHuhllay to respond to a toast at the nightHoMr Si Penn and wife on Sunday Prof 1 K Patterson President of State College Lexington re turned to his on Thursday evening mueh pleased with the outlook for tho appropriation for time college now pending in the Legislature Major W R Burtt U S A Com mamlent Cadets at State College and Bund Leader Howard Umo tlitin came here Saturday to arrange for the parade of State College Cadets Monday limy re turned to Lexington Sunday norn meo sSA I AFFLICTION TO GA L LANT MAN Wo regret to learn that our genial and gallant friend Capt Sam 0 Brown of tho Louisville postolilco former Secretary of the State Rail road Commission his met with grout misfortune It seems that Capt Brown was twice badly wounded during tho civil war once in tho leg and once in tho head For some time these wounds have given him great trouble and this week they resulted in his mind giving away and lie has been sent to a sanitarium Capt Brown was a bravo and gallant soldier and a gentleman of time old school genial and true His friends home where ho lived while Secretary to time Railroad Commission deeply sympathise with Capt Brown and his family and hope for his speedy restoration n ttMtt P taftfe l4J j IP Tudor Play IIIUSuits tiOc licaut ful Curtains From U i a Pair aruwunw ww wwrrnw wr KABOKabo The Corset Without Brass EyelctE = W t 1 Att11aC1iOllFEMBROIDERIES Positively the cheapest and finest Embroideries everiishown in FrankfortWHITE GOODS f isliescommencement dresses etc AVe are still making the cut on Silks F New spring Dress Goods ark arriving daily fl1J1AFrrJIIGi ij have a few nice Walking Skirts we are offering at IVe of their real value See them t F J HEENEY f 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 sellt cheap vehicle at any This is the class of trade we seek Our work strictly HAND MADE and will out wear factory made job several times over and is isIunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING Jf nerd a new vehicle of kind it will1x111 to see us before buying We make a sprcialtyof overhauling and repainting vehicles rite or phone us und our rep t resentative will call to see you We take vehicles r from Frankfort and deliver them back to you jIwithout co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY 1 H IC WAHD President C lL 1Sec1 Why Buy McClures McLlnroM Migilne bought imil road in homos not been use It Is a magazine because it is the imigninc Why IImmalso about the Imhjllt11n which you and Americans arc most interested at tho time No subjects in months ofIlfefill interesting way f 11IIIIWlOt S S McCLURE COMPANY 47 IL 23d Street NEW YORK 1 You mil earn a good income by talculgup thin business of st curing subscribers for MeCIuroH It isclean and Kelfrespectinga publication nay man or woman would than to represent Tho 1 workIltOW ti iEiml X14 S ii cnccc =h t t7 1r1= 4 Id C WOFMIIIII ill lJl I ATTTTGINTTIONjyCLEAN UP ON Suits Cloaks f and Furs Onehalf price on any winter gar mont Advance Showing of Spring Garments SUITS JACKETS AND SKIRTS- In keeping with tlio now style changes Garments that ar o right or they wouldnt be here See them and judge for your self you 20c and MY KENTUCKY The sun shines my old Kentucky home Tis tho are gay on en All merry all and Chorus the old Kentucky homo far away They hunt no for tho and the coon the tho hill and tho shore They no hy the tho On the bench by the old cabin door The go by like tho heart With sorrow where all was delight Tho head must bow and tho back must bend all will end the road Then my old Kentucky homo good night OVERCOATS OF WOLF HIDE WORN BY RANCHMEN OF THE NORTHWEST If those big wolf and skin overcoats such as are now being worn to City by northwest ern stockmen and could talk many thrilling and interesting yarns would bo added to hunting lore says tho Star In tho Dako tas Nebraska and Wyoming especially where coats of tills kind alto winters necessity for men out of doors trapping and wolves and coyotes for skins quito an industry and is followed with profit by Man of them are who are skilled in the use of the needle and and realize the full profit on the garment by making it themselves to the customers order Tho best o wolf skin coats sell for and none less than 100 Tho of tho pelt can not he used and for large coat ton skins are Extreme care must be taken of tho coats in summer however to keep tho moths out of the fur They are than any sort an ulster of cloth and rainproof even after days of exposure W Hart of Brock Xob who was at tho Blossom House ono night recently hiul ono of those goats with story or rather with twelve stories for there was ono attached to each of tho many skins it was made up oft Im not much of said Mr Hart was six years in killing enough wolves to make this i coat It is homemade aflairand IDress Goods and Silks Those will please A wide vnrioty of seasonable goods at most reasonable For instance LUG Wool Dross Goods 2Ue Gray Blue and Black Panamas yd- m in Chucked Silk yd White Goods lOc for Dimities worth Ioloo for Walstings worth lOo for Persian Lawns worth 25c Long Cloths Nainsooks at old prices osaiovo ur OLD HOME bright on summer young happy For moro possum On meadow sing moro glimmer of moon days a shadow oer coyote Kansas farmers a killing their is hunters Indians scissors I logs a required heavier of remain E a a hunter and a juices Tailota Madras Cottons darkies bright a bit rough on tho edges but good enough for a stockman The skin from which the sleeves are made was obtained with difficulty This wolf was the largest ot tho lot a female find half starved at the I captured her I jumped in the hounds after she was keep them from tearing her but before I could get a upon her jaws sue slipped and fastened her teeth in my coot sloove I was compelled to let her go shako tier ofT and lot the dog again catch and kill her I must have chased shot at and tried to but hard to get GEORGE BIHTHDAY PARTY Tho Junior Auxiliary of Ascension Church will give a Washin tons Birthday the Parish House on Thursday afternoon February 22 at half past three oclock There will bo- n fancy table with pretty patriotic novelties a magic lantern show which always delight tilt children and games will be played to outer tain the little people A special feature of this enter tainment will ho tho sale of bath rugs sewed by the members of the Junior Auxiliary It is earnestly hoped that all ages and sizes will come to the patriotic party The famous little pills Embroideries and line showing Exclusive patterns in for Shirt Waists Special values in for trimming Under Muslins For the ieniSHIRTINGS Cheviots Splendid quality 8c and lOe Madras Xoat pretty patterns 12A to IGjjc Fine assortment and styles W S FARMERiIIJIIJt bloomy floorttodayAnd partThen goAtrowAlightA timeI throatI IiI1111IWASHINGTONS GourguI Early Risers Laces Exceptionally Embroideries Embroideries GIVE LIBERALLY It should be tho duty of every citizen of this city and county and oven the stranger within our gates to contribute as liberally as possible to tho fund which the Kings Daughters Hospital Com mittee ago endeavoring to raise money to lift tho mortgage debt from the Hospital The good herotoforo accomplished by this Hospital is incalculable and every stranger who needs good ollloos while in tho city iIliven its Ijoiio fits freely Help these good women all ouI can JUGGLING BRIDAL 0 nTSI A bride from the south tained a few evenings ago some friends reports the New York Globe who especially admired a beautiful sugar howl among her wedding presontsU bridal gifts as she coIled them in the southern idiomWhom is that from asked one who is intimate enough to make such an inquiry The bride hesitated a moment Its really hard to tell she said finally Its partly from Aunt Caroline and partly from a girl in Colorado and partly from a gentleman in lacks oflice You see Aunt Caroline sent me a dozen spoons and they were tho only spoons out of 11 dozen that werent marked My friend in Colorado sent an order on a store in Baltimore for anything wanted to select and the gentleman in ladles ollloo sent a varying set There were two other carving sets too Nobody sent a sugar howl and I wanted ono worse than anything else Aunt Caroline lives in Baltimore you know und her spoons were front tho stone store that I had an order on from Colorado So I just sent them the spoons and the order and asked them to send valuoIIhoyany sugar as as that but were sending me tour to select from at different prices I wanted this sugar bowl which was one of the four sent so I made Jack take tho carving sot to tho store whore it was bought and get tho money for it and that made just enough to pay for the sugar bowl Wasnt that flue And all the women present de dared tho bride was a genius Kociol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat OLD rAVLORl TILE 1KEMIEK KENTUCKY W HiS K hE y IE H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I J t frJof HJii li MAr i I4r a- j THINGS LOOK SQUALLY IN CHINAITile situation with reference to the foreign population in China isj in very strained condition 1 likely to produce trouble at any time Already there have hewn riots in different points in the long domIThe IT are with wisdom and discretion in pointsiUPGENP NEED FOR PASSAGE OF ANTICIGAPETTE BILL would most respectfully urge Io the Legislature tho prompt passage of the anticigarette bill growingIprinted hut there are several ac counts of the lentil or worse of- young men who had bright prospects in life but gave way to this abominable practice and became moral and mental wrecks MEETING OF BUSINESS MENS CLUB Three was a large attendance at tho Business Mens Club mooting on Thursday night There were a number of subjects brought up and discussed Among them were the following The necessity for a better system of street cleaning Tho establishment of stool yards for tho sale of live stock The propriety of purchasing a lot for presentation to a furniture com pany in consideration of such an institution btiug permanently cated hero in vinv of tho fort that the company now running in the prison are going to confine their business to malting chairs Tho propriety of establishing a municipal Insuianco compatiy Finally the propriety of enter taining the Legislature at time same time with the State Farmers Insti tute These and some kindred meas ures of minor importance were discussed Tho club is doing good work fur tho city BLUE GRASSTRACIION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from liit in to 9 p except 11 a in and S p in pryhourcept 12 noon 2 and 9 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from Iil in to 11 p m except 11 a m SInl10 p in Leave Georgevown for Lexington every hour front ia iin to 10 p m except 10at in 12 noon 7 und 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks lenvo Lexington 11I Georgetown at IJroO p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Paris 145 p m Freight rates also special rotes for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business anil fancily tickets can be hail on application at tho com pans ollice 404 West street nilll K T Phone 010 Homo tf lL74R T GUNN Manager f iI MusnUndrwarIbe made Under Muslin relined in styleCorset Covers 29c iJQc 50c Skirts nOc to 150 Gowns SOc to ii 250 n Carpets and iugcj This department is ono of tlio beauty spots of our store fur it appeals to every homo lover C PElIIl new spring putt lliMATTINGS EX ptio II y Cllr 1e tyl HOHoom size 5 to LO IOASTC9aAIBm Signatao of J u Natures Great Invention On de hanks ob de Amazon far away far away Wtar Dr Green its August Flowers to lav Ah picked dose flowers in August in ole Brazil An aldo Ise a Yankee ah lougs to be dar still JAugust Flower is the only medicine free front alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping time entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal and of digestion separation and ab sorptionfor building and rebuilding by AII irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and perfect natural processes and result in intestinal indigestion catarrhal affectionS causing appendicitisstoppage of thel gall duct foods nervous headache constipation and other complaints such aft colic jaundice etc August Flower is natures intended reg ulator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists For sago hy W Gayle sr IBM SH BUSY lUMC LINK UETWIKN LOUISVILLE I EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST + IS VIA t bOilflll8iP1llderSOll and St Lulls Railwa- ySSDERSONHE ROUTE II itI111Ax SLhEtRIti FliKE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Sioiiil Roundtrip Homoseukers Rates to Southwest and Vest first mul third Tuesdays February and March Special Tourist Untos to Vlorado Tex as Mexico had New Mexico Oil sole daily until April liOth Limit to return May 81 111015Sicoadclass Colonist Hates to South west Tickets ou first lull third Tuesdays of February and Mureh 190G ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER gentSlIUlldclne nilyPeb j Tne FranKorit au1i abaci FI1tlt Il l rit FIIIIdII Il- ntj iIlIdlrll 1I1Iilahk 11IIIItI flEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 17 1906 rnrrnnrrvnnwnv amsuv x a awrmw LINCOLNS JmJTHIMY For thu first tine in the history of Kentucky tho LoRislnturn paid trlbnto to tlio memory of Vrnsklont Lincoln Monday last which was Iris birthday Chief Justice 1 P Hobson Prof H K Taylor of thu Louisville Training School Senator Ben Served rind Lt Gov P Thorno trade appropriate addresses before tho joint assembly There was a largo crowd prosont to hoar the addresses Roth houses of tho Legislature adjourned without transacting any business The House of ReproscMitatives in which thu ni iling was hold way beautifully decorated and a large picture of the martyr President was tastefully draped in black Thank Odd the day has come when the passions of civil strife have so far subsided as to permit such a scone n that of Monday e HERES CONSISTENCY Its funny how consistent some people are In five legislative districts of Louisville the most lwnwItrntetl gato old sit upon one of these eases as a sample say that tilt out rages ionunituui by the pollou were suoh as no si Ifrespecting IoJicoI board could over loot no dlgrand jury could fare condone without perpetrating still further outrages upon tho people who hutI thus boon disfranchised Yet when those cases are voted upon in itho House these men retain their seats Now for the reverse side Irregularities of a minor nature such as one of tho election olllcers acting as clerk of the election while tho clerk who is also charged with drinking is temporarily away from Ills position in Muhlenbeig coun ty conies up and away goes con sistency and tho sitting member is ousted and tho man who was never SEEDTIME are experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others some crops need differienthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed Iiis planted IIdythe human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion t should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue moreIquickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordiInary foods absolutelyIfail Welvtil send you a samftc free lie sure that this rlI In the form or u label is on the wripiKT of bugle of Hmuislol- ly1 buy SCOTT I3OWNECIi1 409 Pearl StreetI NEW YORIIinc all druggists TtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a tlisea ed heart A little extra strain from any cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble with catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I have experienced with my heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite stipation heart shortness breath and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so weak thar my doctors said could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over two hours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering the heart so severe that I would have to everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in tietttr health than I have been in twelve ycnrs and thank Dr Miles Remedies forit wink thev are the grandest remedies on earth and Iant constantly recommending there to mv friendsMs LJ CANTRE1L Yaxahacliiv Tex All druggists sell and fuarntce first hot te Dr Miles Remedies Send for free hook on Nervous amt Heart Tenses Address Dr Miles Medical Co Llkhurt lad n n oloolod is given tho rent One nmnber aptly put It We dont often got a chance at those fellows ii Iubloll berg county and now when wo cult lets swipe em Other honorable gentlemen raise holv hinds in horror over the awful outrage in Mil II on berg while they remark about the Louisville discs Oh Yes There were out rages committed but not enough to overcome tho majority of tho sitting member Notwithstand ing the fact that in one ease the deciding precinct was bodiaclously moved and a fake election holdI while the legal officers were not present and no legal ballot box was used O temporal Oh molosIWhy not stand straight and square to every wind that blows and how to tho lino let the chips full whoro they inny What was it tho woodcock said rKENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE BOYS HERE On Monday morning the battalion of cutlets froth the Kentucky State College came here on a special train upon levitation of the lature Llgisj Thorn wore five companies fantry a battery and tho college band numbering in all about 260 men together with most of tho senior class and tho faculty of the college The soldiers made quite a handsome display as they marched down Uroadway to Ann up Ann to Main down Main to St Clair down St Clair to Wapping down Wapplng to Washington in Wash ington 0 Uroadway oust on Broad way to tho Capitol grounds Under command of Maj W R Burtt U S A they went through with quite a handsome drill in the Capitol grounds which was highly complimented by all who witnessed tho maneuvers At the conclusion of tilt drill rlio hatalion inarched to their special train and deposited their guns and were thou dismissed to witness the doings of the Leyislaturo mind seethe various sights of the city The lake majority of the boys were seived with lunch from their train AtJ p in tho train returned to Lexington nut however without leaving behind quite a hunch of the boys who had yielded to tho unarms of Frank forts pretty girls und wore just a little late There left went up on the regular 420 L it I The whole allair was well man iged fwd the display a very crud itable ono for all concerned Ptn141C SALE Hy reference to our advertising rolumns it will bo seen that Mr Jhos E Konnov will sell his stuck farming implements etc at public outcry on Fiiday February Mr Konnoy has sold his fine farm at Woodlaku NVOLUNTA HY SANTA CLAUS One day last week little lien Rogers MID of Mr Thos I1 Rog ers and Cardwtll Chit son 1 Hu111 Moigan Chitin were play tug about the building being erected Fourth street by Mr Jtoht Clioate and climbed through the timbers up into tho at tin A chim ney had been completed to about the level of the joists and Ben sot down upon top ot the wall with his feet dangling in the opening Pres ently ho lost his balance and slipped tutu the hilt hut caught the top of tho With with his hands Ho called to Camille for help which wns promptly given hut in attempting to pull him up by tho hands Cardie pulled his gloves oil and down the chimney Ben went like a mono Ho landed safely in a fireplace at up1111thsave a his rapid descent l ESIGNEDAppOI rED Capt C W Merchant who has been night watchman at tile U S Customhouse for many years has resigned his position and will remove with his family to the firm whioh he recently purchased on the Louisville pike Capt Merchant has trade a most capable and elllcient fiber and retires with tho best wishes of a host of warmly attached friends Mr Jas C Sower hits been se lected to till the vacancy caused by Capt Merchants resignation Ho was a gallant soldier and is a de serving gentleman Ho will make an excellent olllcer Wo congratu late him upon his appointment o DONT DECEIVE YOCHSELF Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dys pepsia Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hocutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years whatever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomach generalIdopression druggist recommended und it has relieved me I can now eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what you rat snakes tho stomach sweet Palatable strengthening and affords quick relief Sold by J W Gn loIrN SEIJFJHF SEIMajor Hamm editor and man ages of the Constitutionalist Eni inonco Ky when ho was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a hex of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which lie n s It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds Joe at all druir stores rA RARE TREAT The scenic equipment and me chanical effects Manager John AI Hillolein hits provided for tho Im perial Stock Co this season far ex ceeds that of any previous year und for transportation of saute u sixtyfoot baggage car is required It should be of interest to patrons of the Capitol Theatre to learn that during the companys forthcoming engagement this entire outfit will he used and practically none of the house scenery which to many peo ple is in the nature of an ayesore will ho brought into requisition in presenting the numerous plays III tile repertoire The opening play on Monday night will lie Out of tho Fold and it is evident that tho attendance will he largo t PUBLIC SALE Having sold my place known as the Wilson fawn located at Wood lake will oiler for suit on the promise on Friday February iil hilt at 10 a the following farming implements now list plow new McCormiek reaper mowing machines new 2 hay rakes tobacco scttei new wheat drill disc harrow iron roller new corn planter 2 en vators 1 Oliver Chilled plows 2 double shovel plows now two horse wagon now hay frame Also the following stuck pair extra good fouryearold untie mules 2 fiveyearold combined horses til head of lung yearling steers J hotter N01 milk cows fine brood sow Also the following tick clover hay Jut of fodder bills corn in crib a htraw ricks IKtl tobacco sticks Jot of plow and wagon har ness and other things too numer OilS to mention Terms made known on day of sale T E KENNEY- B PEAK UMr AuctlollOOlI 1 qr 4 r yetrTrdeStnrk JILaxative 1 1 Syrup f 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor b- And he will tell yon Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a saltsIare LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about 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 nnotlike it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND 50e PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatcl1estj Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer Tho Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont folget the place JOHN DRISCOLLf216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Jir Cailyw etuiiii Ioivein1 nn iH what a burse w In tiyhea in iulitioii Toinr btautl lilt jqvcimifuge Tliej im jot fOld f iiiuuicino ami tho br st in use to hui60 in prime condition Price Z cents per pnckiiije For sulo by J W Gayle and LoComnte Gayl- eIllinois Central Seventh River Louisville No Wi MemphlH N 0 Ltd No LunvtM 010 in Arrive 745 n in Now OrlciuiH Special No L Arrives51pmN11Iii uiH 730 a in ArrlviM 4rw in For Fulton Pachivuli and inturiiicdlnto points Contifotion to und fron Klialetli town HlIl1glJllIIu ITopUlnsvillo owent no Sunday service to Kliahuthtuwii and villw Stops at all Htatlonn llil Accommodation 19102i Leaves tM p in A r ivt m For Central City Kurvlcu to odtrenvillo and Kliiibetlitmvn except ou btuidnysalto1r at nIl stations A Tratn4 Dully r 1 Southern Railway Shortest and Fastest Lines from Lexington and Louisville St Louis TO and the West t Two Trains Daily as follows Lnavo Lexington 510 n in Lou toIIIUafoObservatiem Parlor Cur Meals a changeJjoavoisville lOljj p in Arrive StjLouis 72 a in Currying Free HHlInhlij Char Gars and Pullman uct1 orthowithout change Jtosoivo Sleeping Cai Uirfchs at III East Main St Lexington Ky or Louisville Ky 234 Fourth Ave IoIi I TCHESkN Mw W Cases plain simple and ornate in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver LETTER LIST The following Is a list of adver tised letters for the wool ondinj February 17 1905 Abraham II Amanda Mrs Belver Miss Laura lllnukuell Miss Special JUno Grass Angavry Farms Howling Dan Hrown Mrs C Hryiint A 111111IHunch Sam flush Miss Alice cJnrpelltlr Eii ulle Carter Miss Klie Cliesterfnll Miss AIInIUaisov 1111JI- lCJIty Portrait 00IHall Jlniloy JHaydeu JOS Hays Mrs PhIHill Judge Howard Mrs Jannan M E Marshall Mrs Mary Milne D T Mitchell 1rfRoberts Miss Jessie Rodgers Stephen Reporter The Ky Thomas Miss Ella Thomas Mrs Itilda Thompson Miss Jennie Washliurn Miss Bertha Persons calling for tlio abovo lot tors will please say advertised B M DRAKE P M NEW Bill IjlINO J Mr 1 J Brislan will 50011 com 1mUIlC the erection of a hatulsomo i two story and attic brink residence on his lot on Third Avenue between Shelby and Capital Avenue This 1will lilt in the open space on that street fold will bo a handsome im provement So it guns right along The old town is waking up trod getting a move on herself The demand for housos is not half supplied v are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart boats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure I digests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of thQ IIbody Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour t Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach After eating my food would distress mo by making my heart palpitate and would become very weak Finally got a bottle of Kodol and gave me Immo dlats relief After using a few bottles am cured MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Yan Y t DyspepaCUfO I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as D KAUBLE Nevada Q Digests What You Eat Dollar bottle boldi time I much ai the 1triol or to cent lire i f ioJp 1 Prepared at the oratory of LabIChicago I = u Ji c aD IEEPING A GOOD mATGH 1necessary to every man who would succeed in YOlllonei obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to I be accurate timekeepers IAV1 A SELJ3ERT Imperial lock CoSCCOIIC1 act Out of The Fold IMPERIAL STOCK CO The general interest manifested in the appioaohlng engagement of Cl1pIltolpopular attraction and unless all indications fail capacity houses will prove the rule throughout the engagement An entirely IIeWI repertoire of plays will bo und the engagement will open on Monday night with an elaborate production of Out of the Fold Other plays that will be given lanai the week are A Celebrated Case Tlio Rose of Killarnoy The Woman Who Sins Over the Hills to the Poor House The lied Cross Nurse The Moonshiners etc life Usual Saturday matinee will be played Ladies free tickets will bo issued toe Monday night j u ISLE OP SPICE Miss Leslie Leigh the prlmaj donna of the Isle of SpIce Co occasionally finds a few leisure moments in the midst of her stren nous stage life fur serious thought and at such timoR devotes herself to pigrammatical olltlllitlhll following are said to be some of her latest lIlIhLluttllanlw The man who owns ton shares of Standard Oil stock never tails against trusts neither does the theatregoer who sirs with his wife in the front row object to the aigrette in hey huh 4Ihte average pass lend does not ease to own the theatres be haunts He simply desires the same privj iltgcR as the owners Poverty and contagious disease are the only barriers that prevent a man entering the society of to day tillmlL11gulltWPHmtioll not mate with there would bej fewer divorces Society forgives the titan staggers when lit rises from whoI dinner table but will nut the misguided individual who drinks bis champagne from n Itur gundy glass A point for those who wish to dine with epicures Never praise tlio cook rather your hosts ex quisite tastes in matteis culinary Miss Leigh will be seen here with The Isle of Spice which conies to Capitol Theatre in till near future tt k3 ISLE OF SPICE Since Aspasia charmed Pericles in ancient Greece or perhaps it might ho better to say since Adam loved Eve women have been study ink the problem of how to please men says Miss Mattio Martz of the Isle of Spice Company soon to he seen in this city inIureIrlallrwhat a man admires I think it has been said before but it is still ropuatedjpatby fur themselves and their toIgowns and millinery or those of- others so that she has no room for interest in his uffnlrlIOf course mans work and ambitions areas diillcult to understand as Greek iTbey hope the unto in whom they are interested will succeed in wlmfc he wishes to do but bed olHl that they are not capable of thinking or acting for him A man wants moro titan this from the girl of whom ho makes a friend with matrimony ahead She must sympathize with onlythatbe understood The simpering gush rive avIlfaconcern or thought for others her nature There arc men who thorIdium who can amuse and owns the feminine foibles that rialto a woman dear to a mans heart A thing for girls to remember culnpfuti0nhiptoa man inevitably decides on a woman who weio she a than would be his bet friend and closest companion At Capital Theatre in the very near future O JS 23 A 0 1J1Bears Oiguaturo of lava s RECEIVED HIS COMMISSION Mr 000 Ir Humus received his commission as Postmaster on Wed nesday afternoon His bond has bOtH forwarded and as soon as the same is approved and an iiiI spector can come here t cheek up the till 00 Capt Drano will retire and Mr liarnes will take charge All the healing balsami ties of the Norway pine are lllI1Itratetl in IJr Woods olwPhilSyrup Natures own 1tt for coughs and culls Dr AWiivurM Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot skin eruption li Bears the 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD OASTOnaA Reliable Jeweler Alit CLIMATIC CURES oonIdltlonsis very much overdrawn The poor patient und the rich patient too elm do much better at homo by digoHtionland morningIso is a good nights rest unit the absence of that weakening cough estIIsto coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can ho prevented or stopped by taking regnJlarlyIt warmer 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 At all drug gists y- rFORSALE FARMS Ve can locate you in Florida Missouri Arkansas Okla homa and Indian Territories We have a large list of lands III these States ranging from 400 an acre tip We havo a numlier of tracts of riulgingfruut f01l1IThese lots are desirably located each f0x40 feet and all for the low price of f00 II you have a farm for stile or town property for sale list it with us we will find you a buyer If you have laud to rent we will fled you a Ie X JanytenantI DAILY EXCURSIONS I TOLEDO I- To DETROOT I St Clair FlatsI Port Huron tfu the Magnificent Steameti of itu Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat n after arrival of morning trams Uctuniin arrive Week Days R Sundaysgoor Fare to Detroit c unlimited round trip lu Excursion to Detroit and return Week Days Sundays 75C Tort Huron and return a delightful two days trip only iaoo meats and berth extra Special Rater to Close connections at ore for lUuialo the oo For further information Railroad Agent or write SodITrUyr tit 1 VANTEDDistrict Managers to post signs mlvertiso and distribute perillpresent employment IDEAL SHEAli CO 39 Randolph St Chicago a4m ri 3 lornRemovers First Have six pairs of shoes wear a different pair daily SecondUo barefoot six weeks Third Use South Side Corn Cure The latter is the most practical and surest Corns cant stay where it is used It cant fail cant hurt the toe cant do anything but tithe oft corns If you have corns now next week yoU need have none The- remlV is different front others hotter than others find the cost is hut 15 cents ii wuAYLE Druggist Corner Ann anil Broadway Frankfurt Kv ilNewCuba I reached comfori via OOH CRSCNT ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN RvsTHREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special January Solid Pullman Train Leavo CINCINNATI 02fi P M LEXINGTON 1140 P 511lidnccud St Augustine via Chatta nooisi and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Learo CINCINNATI 830 t LEXINGTON ions tIMNVILLK 1150 Day Conchrs Pullman Sleeper trruleNtuCUstliltvlafiiattnnouKa AtluitaauU gham Queen Crescent Special train Clneliinitl Lexington Dan vlliJ to Orleans Chattanooga Hirmiimlmm also through 1iillinun KTviii to Jacksonville via nnil ftiviimiU and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale atreduced rates Fur Information apply Chas W Ml P Cincinnati- Ling 8 UllllKTT leeC1CINNtr1 JI a ATTENTION FARMERYS Ii WE HAVE JUST RECEiVhD OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF Pittsburg Perfect Electrically Welded Fences uf alA I Iaoornr No Maps to get loose or hold moisture and rust Every rod of fence is made of especially tested Heavily Galvanized Steel Wire Write or Call for Catalogue Sold only by 4 KindsIu MARRIED LouisvilleNon Tuesday Dr A B Stoops and Miss Fannie ORear both of Mt Sterling woro married Dr Stoops is a prominent farmer of Montgomery county His bride is the accomplished sister of Judge E C ORear of the Court of Appeals SWATNWHITEHEAD this city on Wednesday Mr J Paul Swain and Miss Maude Whitehead were married by Rev J R Savage of Winchester former pastor of tho Methodist Church in this city Mr Swain is the local Sec rotary of tho Y M C A His bride is the daughter of Mr Win Whitehead and a handsome and cultivated young ladya teacher In the public schools of this city Hearty congratulations are extended r BARRONGEORGEAt the M E Church South Lees Summit Mo on Wednesday February 7 Mr W Harry Barren told Miss Patsy Seller George were married by Rev L F Shook Mr Barron is a prosperous young business mancashier of the bank of Greenwood Mo His bride is the handsome and winsome daugh ter of the late Mr R B George and of Mrs Martha Todd George formerly of Wood ford county The many relatives and friends in tins city and in Wood ford county wish tho young couple all tho joy they need in life LEWISWELLSTho following invitation has boon received by relatives in this city 1Velisa ofiWillie H Mr James toIlion Wednesday r at 12 noon 15 East Franklin Street Baltimore Md 4The bridetobo is said to be a fascinating and accomplished young lady Mr Lewis is the old est sore of Mr J F Lewis and wife of Buffalo N Y und is a rising young architect Ho is a nephew of the odItor and proprietor of this paper Our earnest congratulations are extent1OILEWiSHARRISFriends In this city have received the following Mrs Victoria Harris invites you to be present at the marriago of liar daughter Martha Victoria To Mr Hugh Rodman Lewis Tuesday afternoon February 27th won at one oclock Church of the Incarnation Mineral Va- Mr Lewis is tho oldest son of Mr t John 111 Lewis of Richmond Va alHllpropriutol f Rodman of this city and is a fine young man His bridetobo is one of Virginias most accomplished und handsomest girls a Wo tender congratulations GHINSIl AJlcCo In Ports mouth Ohio on Wednesday Fob Jt tiu p a SOWER co Jnndwore married by Rev W H Hampton Mr Grinstead is the son of Capt Robt L Grinstead and wife of this city and is one of the finest young men Frankfort over turned out He is agent of the Adams Express Co at Portsmouth Ohio His bride is one of the fairest sweetest and most accomplished young ladies of that city Tho wedding was a behutiful one a full account of winch is published in the papers of that city Wo extend hearty congratulations I KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness belching gas on stomach and oil other symp toms of indigestion Kodol digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Kodol is a thorough digestant and will alford relief from any disorder due to imperfect digestion or mal assimilation Sold by J W Gayle RIGHT FOOT SCALDED Mr John Miles Emmitt an em ploye of the Hermitage Distillery was walking through the distillery yard when ho came over a leak in the big steam pipe leading to the warehouses the pipe being under ground when the earth caved in and Mr Emmitt went down up to the knee of the right leg His foot was badly scalded by the accumu lotion of hot water and steam Surgical attention was rendered and he is doing nicely Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr Thomas1 EolHc trio Oil in the house just when it is needed Cures croup heals birns outs wounds of every sort for the skin SyrupIPurt11U the Sherill of Franklin County IT recommend to tho public Agriculture Liniment as an excellent remedy for Rheuma StminslOldness through the Lungs Throat Diphtheria and tho JikeI having used it in my family for years Yours very truly PUBLirsUiI Mr T E Konney having sold his fine farm known as tho Wilson place at Woodhike will sell a large amount of personalty and livestock on Friday February 23 at public auction B B Peak will be the nuctioneelIMr Stephen Black having rented his Silver Lake farm will sell a lot of personalty at public auction on BIonLATEST STYLES IN WALL PA PBn I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M llRJ UGEFORIDlain Opposite Engine House 28 tf WANTED Two men in each county to represent and advertise hardware department put nut sam pIes of our goods etc Traveling position or otllco manager Salary 10 per month casii weekly with till expenses paid in advance We furnish everything IHE COLUMBIA HOUSE Chicago 111 Dept 510 284 Fifth Ave 244t 6 h n DEATHS BLAKEMOREIn Louisville on Thursday Mr James Nevill Blake more son of the late Mr George Blakomore and wife aged 19 years of typhoid fever Mr Blakomore was a flue young man a member of tho crow of thoI steamer Falls City Ho was sick on tho streets of this city was taken to the homo of Ins mother in Louisville where he passed away Tho remains were brought to the old homo place on the Lawrence burg pike for interment on Suitor lay STEPHENSIn this city after a lingering illness Mrs Melissa Egbert Stephens aged 02 years Mrs Stephens was a devoted menu bar of the Christian Church but illjhonlthShe was the widow of Mr Richard Stephens who died some twenty five years ago Her maiden name was Eg et and she was raised in Anderson county She is survived by two daughters Mrs Harry Rogers and Miss Ella Stephens and one son Mr Egbert C Stephens all of this city Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev Crowe on Thurs day and time remains wore laid away in our cemetery The sympathy of many friends goes out to tho afflicted fatally DeWitt Little Early Risers IThe famous little pilISI STATE COLLEGE BILL PASSED SENATE Tho hill to make an appropriation for increased facilities for the State College ufter a thorough debate was passed by tho Senate on Thursday by a vote of 31 to 3 which is almost equivalent to being unanimous This is as it should he This College deserves the fostering care of tho State iu every way It is doing a grand work for the young men anti women of the State Its graduates stand high and readily secure positions IDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Succeief nl treatment for blood and skin diseases GRAND COUNCIL Y M 1 TO MEET HEREilimo Grand Council of tho Y I for Kentucky will moot in this city August 10 and will remain in session three days There will be quite a large cum bor of delegates present the success of the delegates from this city Messrs D J McNamara J R Sower and Bernard Ebnor in winning out in this smatter is a subject of congratulations BUYS LOT Mr T MoOluro Phythian has purchased a lot on Fourth Avenue South Side immodiaoly in front of time residence of Dr E E Hume dOIslrnhloAvenue running buick 200 foot to the lino of what is known as the old orphans home building Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption Both Hardware Phones 307809 Merchants Main St 1Ilj MAKE BRICK HERE Mr John OKcofeof AugustaGa contractor for the brick work on the new capitol has come to the citroHu says that ho intends to make all tho brick ho will use hero This will give work for quito a number of hands which is a tiling for our merchants goodI IOno ute Cure not an atom of any harmful and it hits been curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so long that it his proven itself to ho a tried and truo friend to tho many who ustt it No need of OUI child choking from croupI with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by J W Gayle ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R j1he Illinois Central maintains Daily Service and operates of trains with Dining Cars BulletLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville south of Now Orleans The best road for reaching tho Win leI Tourist resorts of tho South including N ew Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras at New Orleans February 27 00 Gulfport is n Mexi can Gulf Coast resort having tho now fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from Now Orleans for Mexico Cen tral America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de aboveIHavana via New Orleans Havana Jolla is best reached via tho Illinois Central through service to Now Orleans and the now ocean liner twinscrew nino toen notIleaving Now Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning FloridaIDailyo Chicago to Hot s with con nections at Memphis front Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Car Line St Louis to SeopllllI via Nashville AtlantaMexico California CnllINew Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will Chicago Fridays February n February 2Hd for Mexico and 1IUIII fornia the last to include at New Orleans for tho Mardi Entire trips made in special private PullmnnsIlug trips complete in overy detail Illinois Contra Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion ears through to Los Angeles and San OrIleansFriday from Chicago ovary Tues lay from Cincinnati cud Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route OhltmgoI of tho above can bo had of agents of tho Illinois Central and connecting linos or by addressing either of tho undersigned JOS RIGGS D P A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Memphis JOHN A SCOTT A G P A H HANSON P T ChicagoIA S G HATCH G P A ICtAl Chicago 1VANTEDBy Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manager man or woman for this Icounty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced permanentNoquired Write at onco for full par Jticulars and enclose selfaddressed t envelope 1312t 182 I 1cnOPEH 1 FIne Trains TO 4 FLORIDAVL1 l AllQUEEN CRESCENTp ROUTE a Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of i Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and At until arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m DiningCarFlorida Special leaving Louisville 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Lou isville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At Junta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m tool St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danvilln this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleop ors Composite Car Observation Car etc Dining Car serves all meals en route Via the Land of time Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knoxvillo whero connection is made at 555i a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asho villo Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville I a WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May 31st aro now on sole daily at low ratos VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashvillo und Land ofIthe Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vitro versa For time Land of Sky Winter Homes other handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc addrays any agent of time SouthernIRy or C H HUNGERFORD D P AyLouisville KyMG Jt ALLEN A G P A St Louis W C RTNEARSON G P A it C Route Cincinnati O Dec 80t April QjIts tho little colds that grow big colds the big colds that end consumption and lentil Watch tho little colds Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup COUCHIWITH Dr KingsINew Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION 160cSurest and Quickest Cure for all IITHROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY DAOXli1 v Ii tf blii Li if r tl 3 k to 1 iifii1 1J J iJItp1 7 7tl 1 J s1iIrLG cooJeire what you need now and that is what we can show you t1tW rVlililni ji lIoI z L 11 L Comb and see our now Ginghams EmbroideriesLaces lam JOHNSON GOi- iii wI tt ttt1 tr r FIRST FARMIIRBo Hold at Frankfort Ky February 27th and 28th and Marel 00 Under the Auspices of tin State Department of Agriculture Labor and Statistics For tin Dovolopme tot1 Kentuckys Agricultural and Kindred Interests OBJECT The object of the Stato Farmers Institute is to bring the farm ers of the State into closer re lation with each other and with the Department of Agriculture for their mutual benefit to in terchange ideas to encourage logic lation for the benefit of the farmer and to lift Kentucky to the fort front of agricultural States The Institute is to bo the central body of farmers in the State and it is to bo made a permanent insti tution The local clubs or insti tutes are to become members of this body mid they will be ex pected to send delegates to the State meetings to take part in the deliberations and to present the needs of their respective counties The State body will work in con junction with the State Department of Agriculture and will servo to bring the farmers find the Depart ment into close contact with one another to the end that the farmers may bo enabled to got direct and substantial benefits from it As sembled it is the to erect a permanent organization and elect otllcors as follows President First Vice President Second Vice President Each county small have one voto orJluli1ntlonIH1tnftor the Institute may determine for itself the manner of voting on all proposition csoming before it A Heavy Load to Carry Along with dyspepsia como nervous ness and genlra Why Ho IIerIits products assimilated by tho system Time blood charged with poisons which come from tills disordered digestion and in turn tin nerves are not fed on good red blood and we see symptoms of nerv onsness sleeplessness and general breakdown It is nut head work nor over physical exertion that does It but poor stom ach work With poor thin blood tho body Is not protected against attack of germs of grip and consump tion Fortify tho body at once with Dr Plercos JoUhm Medical Discovery a combination of Toots without a particle of alcohol or dangerous habitforming drugs- A little book of extracts from promi nent medical authorities extolling every Ingredient contained in Dr Pieroos Golden Medical Discovery will bo mailed jtosntlcardBuffalo N Y Many years of active practice convinced 4Dr Pierce of tho value of niitlvo as medicinal agents and ho went to great expense both In tlmo and in money to perfect his own peculiar processes for j rendering them both elllcient und safe for tonic alterative and rebuilding agents The enormous popularity of Golden Medical DI covc1 Is duo both to Its scientific compounding and to actual medicinal vuluo of Its Ingredients lime publication of tho sumacs of the InymU tntu on tins wrapper Of every bottle sold gives full assurance of Its nonalcoholic charactor and removes nil objection to remedyItono either This fact puts It In n clnmt tho full list of its Ingredients The Golden Medical Discovery cures weak stomach Indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver and biliousness ulceration of stomach maul bowie and all catarrhal af fections no matter what parts or organs may be affected with it Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets are tho original little liver pills flrut put up 40 years ago Thoy regulate und invigorate stomach liver and bowels Much but never equaled Sugarcoated and easy to take all candy One to three a dose Jni WE HAVE JUST OPENED A MOST ENTICING LINE O- FUNDERWEAR REPRESENTATION While each county will liavo one vote in the matter of organization it is urged that every county send as many delegates as will agree to conic It is very important to the agricultural interests of tho State that this tho first Stato Institute should be a signal success PROGRAMME While the programme has not yet been completed sonic of tho most eminent lecturers in the country have been invited to participate and it can confidently bo said that it will be one of the most interest ing piogrammes 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 Pinchot head of tho National Department of Forestry Prof J Je Patteron of Kentucky State College ProfIM A Director of the Experiment Station Prof H Gari man State Entomologist and other men of national reputation including a prominent road expert Governor Beckhnm will be in vited to deliver tho address of wel come for tho State and Mayor E E Hume will deliver the address of welcome for Frankfort Pro grammes will bo sent out as soon as completed REDUCED RATES Application has been made for reduced rates on all railroads in tho State Delegates are requested to take certificates from agents III order that they may get tho advan tage of reduced rates returning- ENTERTAINMENT The Frankfort Business Club will entertain the delegates at a banquet and other entertain ment will 10 provided including n visit to the New Capitol Site The Business Wens Club will establish a bureau of information which will look after the comfort of the dole gates anti guests and will provide budges for nIl delegates The Lug islature will still bo in session and they will bo invited to attend tho Institute in a body Every county should fool that the agricultural interests of tho State are on trial and should see to it that deter mined interested upon are sent as delegates Respectfully HUBERT VKEEIAND Commissioner 0 JlUSiNESS CHANGES Mr limos E Kunney has pur chased the interest of his nrothor Mr O C Konnoy in tho big sawmill and lumber business and will continue it Mr O C Kenney hUH purchased the linn Robt A Wilson farm of 210 micros at Woodlako considera tion 21000 cash Mr Tas W Mains Jr hat purchased from O C Kennoy tho Wilson plane at Woodlako Con sideration 2liiOO Mr Huston Wood hits rented tho flue Silver Lit ko farm of Mr Sto phen Black two miles from tho city on tho Georgetown pike und will move in Match 1st Ho also lias the hue fishing lake as part of hs rental Mr Stephen Black and wife will shortly move to this city to reside having rented their farm to Mr Huston Wood READ IT In another place will bo found a notice to tho policy holders of the Now York Life Insurance Co and tho Mutual Life Insurance Co asking thorn to attend a mooting Road it i oc r IDONT FORGET OUR NOTIuN TABLE I lc for Papor Hnir Pins Je fur Card Hooks and Eyes 2c for Roll Tape 2c for PnpRr Pins 4o for Box Hair Pins 4e for Finishing Braid 4e for 1owllSufetv Pins 5c for doxon Penrl Buttons D jt ORGANIZATIONI tho Taro overybottlo RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL C1ILTRCHRov A 15 Chinn the pasotr being away Rev Alexan tier Patterson of Beattyville will preach at a in and 780 plll Baptist Young Peoples I at 045 p m in tho chapel Wednesday 780 p m Evening Prayer Friday leathers Meeting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at 11 a At 780 p m Mr W 1 Rogers will speak in behalf of the Chil drens Homo- Sundayschool at 045 a m in tho Baraca Class at 045 a m taught by time pasto- rLenderBronston Kenney loplolthe Epistle of James Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 730 oclock in tho chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 7550 p mIAt a m Mr Geo L Sehon of Louisville will speak in behalf of the Childrens Home Sundayschool at 980 a in in tho chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 lu the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday oven lug at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues day afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH RevI Father Thomas S Major rector Low Muss at 780 a m High Mass ait 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTEBIAN- CH1IICHRef J McC Ulayney D D will preach at 780 p At Ilia m Mr W T Rogers will in behalf of time Childrens H0111eIYoung tutu KndtMvvor at 080 p in Pln Ormll even jug at 780 p Visitors mIMETHODIST CH URCJH Rev J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at 780 p At II a m Mr W G Simpson will spoak in behalf of tho Chil drens Din- eSundayschool at t45 a Epvvorth Liajuo at 545 p mIPrayornuutmg ou Wednesday t HIIII at 780 p m Everybody invited to nttlIH1I I pls1turwill in behalf of tho Chil Irons HouwIYoung Peoples Society at 080 p mPrayermooting SVodnosday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend gnSIINSURANCK COMPANY OF NEW YORK AND THE NEW YORK LIKE INSURANCE COM PA NY All policy holders in tho above named companies are requested to moot at time Farmers Bank of Frankfort on Saturday 24th day of February won at 2 oclock p m for concerted notion and to Kocuin mutual protection JOHN W RODMAN R D ARMSTRONG J I rc for Paper Pansy Pins ye for hest WHIt llagI lOc for good Dross Shields lOe for nice Combs He for Hair Brushes 15c for dozen Bono Huh Pins lot for host Talcum Powder 5e for Aproll Gingham I7IiOIiJ lions 1211A gTime Leading Newspaper of the DIne Gra- ssThe Lexington Herald FOR 500 PER YEARIf paid in ad ance on or before January loth 05 Regular Rates 6 Per Year POLL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORrSc = =Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for 06 Daily Grain Produce and Liv 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 AddressThe Lexington Herald Co Lexington Ky Roundabout and Herald for one year in advance S5J THE END OF THE WORLD Of troubles that robbed Eo H Wolfe of Dear Grove la of all usefulness came when lie begun taking Electric Hitters Ho writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused mo great suffering which 1 would never have survived not taken Electric Bitters They also cured mo of General Debility1 Such cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by nil druggists IMPORTANT CHANGE OK THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY IOn Friday December 1st the fol lowing changes ill tune of Southern Ry trains will become etleutivo- No now leaving Louisville at 780 a m will depart at S a in No now leaving Louisville at 850 p m will ilepart at 880 p m No 25 now leaving Louisville at 725 p in will depart at 715 p in No 24 now leaving Lexington at fill a m will depart at 5l5 aI lexingtollICorrespondinu changes will bo made at local stations and passen gers intending to use these trains should consult ticket agents lor complete information U H HtNGURFORD D A 12115 This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets the remedy that curt cola In one day Chesapeake Ohio RyS- chedwle in ellVct February HKKJsub jcct to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West nUll Southwest a Plit AM amid 511 111 Dally For Wiwhlnpton llalUmoro IMiihulel- l hia Nor York Richmond Old Point aad Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P 31 Dally Ii3lyr ii i UiJfI ifitJAlY u 0 HEAP RATE To NOW Orleans and Mobile Account of Mardi Gras One faro plus i cents for the round trip Tickets on sale February 21 to 2J Kxtronio limit March 17 JUG For full particulars apply to C W HAY G P A Tuny 13to F 25 New Fast TrainTO Colorado UTAH AXD THE 7I PACIFIC COAST in tltwt Sunday May The now trains will leave St Louis a in dully TIll ovoniuir trains to sauut points 1010 p in daily DouMo daily service Through sloipinv car service for SanFran soo Kvursion tickets now on wale For further Information call on or address nl MATTHEWS Tray Pass Ait Louisville Ky II TOWN 5EN D Con Pass itTifket Agt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI r LFTRADE MARKS DESIGNS cItlonsfttrictlyconUdciitlal Invention probably HANOBOOlton1atent- free Oldest for spcurliiBpatents- 1ateutH taken through receive special notice without charge lu the Scientific flnwicanhandsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrccat cir culation of any aclcntttlo Journal Terms year four months Sold by all newsdealers Onlco Co YorkF J I r jttot Jn irim KENTUCKYS INTEREST IN DIM Git ATI ON I Senator las McPrearys hill now pondinu in the rtonato of tho United States to regulate immi gration has especial interest for Kentneuy not only because it is tho solution oltercd by ono of tho States Senators to a question of r groat national importance hut because Kentucky lias of lute shown a keen interest in this suhjpct Tho measure proposed by Senator McCreary Increases the restriction f upon undesirable immigrants und increases the facilities by which States with representatives at im migrant port may secure fiom the great muss of immigrants that are pouring into the country whatever tliov may mml of the better class e of agricultural und industrial laborers and themselves moasuiably againsr immigrants 4nnTile undesirable first of those kind things ofI McCreary proposes toll0 by i croasinu tho tax on IlI1l1li fhrlnlgrahtscfrom two to live dollars by adding tho inspection service for enforcing this exclusion The other end is to ho promoted by nut homing and directing the Commissioner Gon oral of Immigration to mnintain in iCoilnection with each immigrant station a bureau which shall fur nish information as to the re sources products manufactures climate soil prices of land otc of ouch State and Territory tho route of travel thereto and the gnat of transportation the for employment in l Territory in thl olllHlltUllitiesI unskilled occupations with the rates of wn os cost of living To the same end and this is of special interest hi view of pendii g legislation in Kentucky Senator Mcdearys hill provides that when flay State de sires to maintain an acent at any immigrant station of the United States tilt Commissioner Gem ral of Immigration shall provide such agent with suitable quarters per oft hint to have access to nil immi grants and give him aid fur as possibleIt that the United States should adopt stringent meas ures for tho exclusion of undo sirable immigrants in view of the accumulated evidence showing that mi organized ollort is being made to unload a vastly greater number than usual of such immigrants on this country It is likewise usI important to Kentucky 5tbiLt this State should not passively take its chances without eilort to protect or help itself when other States are providing otHciul repre sentatives at immigrant ports If i Kentucky fuel nothing it will not only allow all desirable immigrants such as are needed on out farms and in our factories to ho diverted to States that Imvu tile enterprise to go after thorn but it will ho 3 likely to receive more than it wants of the undesirable class since there is souse reason to apprehend an or gauixed oitort to sour these nude sirablo people to the South while the West and Northwest got the pick of the thrifty Germans Scan dinavians and Irish This immigration question is an important ono and a practical one A step toward putting Kentucky in position to derive some advan tago from tho provisions of Senator MeCrearys hill is proposed in tho bill that has boon introduced at Frankfort by Senator Newman This bill provides for a commission which shall among other things look after the immigration inter BtS of the State It does not go Its fur as soma would like to Imvo it go but it goes In tho right direction nut uould Kentucky in a llringrin many parts of tho State and for Im some check upon tho kind of immigration that tho State does sUPIplyingvestors other States The Interost manifested in tho subject of immigration at tho State Development Convention held in Louisville in October 1505 leaves no doubt of the importance attached to tills matter in Kentucky The Convention referred to was com posed of 588 delegates from outside the city of Louisville met to con sider matters of concern to the State This Convention asked of the Legislature the enactment of some measure establishing a State Bureau of Immigration and In formation The Il by Senator Newman would in effect lCOIt1IHOIHJachora BurdocliIL o REDEMPTION OK STAMPED i Oillco of Third 1APEJt Assistant Postmas f GlltOInlL C Dec V It is necessary to re ject quantities of stamped paper which bare been improperly 1 deemed by postmasters froth thoI public This adds greitly to the t work at the Department and re ffsuits in loss to the postmasters is directed to the follow t lug rules on tho subject of redemp tions which postmasters are re quested to carefully read and sue 10 l t i iIlIIIIWWlit tJMIIft t that nil employes of their olllces are fully adivsud Government stamped envelopes and postal cards with printed ad tnlope8IJtlIlillgout Ill redeemed unless presented origInnlchased the envelopes or earls at a post oflleo Envelopes anil cams which hear no printing to indicate tho original purchaser are redeem able from any responsible person r SpoilocionvelopoS must not bo le deemed if mutilated morn than puctilmutilated at all Postage stamps must not be re deemed from the public whether attached to envelopes or not EDWIN c MADDEN Third Asst Postmaster General GALVESTONS SEA WALL Makes life now safe In that city as on till higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea Iliad for safety tie writes I used Dr Kings Now Discov ery for Consumption tho past flvo years and it keeps me well and safe Jinforo that time I haul a cough which for years had boon goneCuresCroup Whooping Couch and pre vents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at all druggists Price iJOc and 100 Trial bottle free STAMPING GROUND Mrjison Illd to reside having cepted position as cashier of bank in that city aII Mrs n C Head and have gone to Owen county to visit her parents prior to going to Mad ison I lid to reside We urn soiry to give up these lino people from our community Mr C R Roberts has bought from i111 W Jameson a house and lot Mulberry street Con sideration 000 sirs Minnie Crntcher has sold tho Dr Adams property on Main street to Mrs Lila Adams fur 2000 Mr Q A Jameson and Mrs S E Newman Imvo swapped resi dences Mr Jameson paying 1500 bonus The properties are located on Main street Mr Alvln M Duvall sold to Mr W O Wigginton 50 acres of land with no buildings except a to bacco barn lying on LeComptos Run and Owenton pike for 5750 per acre purchasedfromon the Great Crossings pike near the town limits for 3iiOO No im provements U N O HOUGH HANDS MADE SMOOTH A mon who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salvo but ho used the genuine that hearing tho name E C DeWitt thisCo Chi cago II For sores boils cuts burns bruises etc it has no equal and affords almost immediate re lirjf from blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles Sold by J W Gayle FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair NIL service between Louisville and Evansvllle on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 780 a in and 5 p HI daily and running withoutIfree reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis Tho Southern Railway is miles the shortest from Louisville to Evansville und 43 miles tho short est to St Louis = rTHE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to tho Pacific Coast or Puget Sound Country during tho period of low rates to Portland and California points ou should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including Bun tho Beautiful in tho Cana dian Rookies a soil trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to tho Exposi tlon City Americas virgin playground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta tho Mol mon capitol Salt Lake City and its grout dead sun the mines and mountains of Colorado tIll sub lime Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and roach nil 11 the most comfortable and luxnriiJIH means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Mouon Route Agent while in Louisville for his olllce is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on the subject and all information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky lMiji tFur the Roundabout slIThe bountiful weather continues groluldbegMr J H Bond is in Texas this week hllII cattle Mr flxinti himself for a fence summer Mr Henry Foltor of thin spent last week with his Pawhnska The farmers het are burring stalks and laud for corn The Indians are very h n p tIlt thought of having allotted them in tho near Mr barley Luther the feedmau of the Osage eatl panvs cattle was called 1nuly to Burottsville by of his brother Mr James Moody who sick for several weeks to be out again Mr Moody extensive cattle owner fading over eleven this winter Rev C W Burnett tthe Cheyenne Indian Rfv Mr Hamilton holding protracted meeting Indian camp near have met with much success will in tho near future oq church known us the tist Church The death of Mr San which occurred in Fairfax ceived with much surprise bigheUted wholesonled mer known as the cow boy a member of that bury born in Knox county May 21 ISiS lit o laid to rest in tilt Fairfax Tho boys from tho R Simon and John two lout hunting aloni the river the other day became lost and hind to around for quite a while finding where they were Mr N E Nolin made a trip to Perry and Ponca Clt days ago J NEVER GRIPE OR They never gripeor cleanse and strengthen ach liver and bowels This universal verdict of the thousands who use DoWitts Early Risers These famous pills relievo headache tion biliousness jaundice liver sallow complexion Little Early Risers Sold b Gavlo HBQIU IMI Weekly a1I Papot isoti and the both one year 150 fcr Few people in tbo United have not heard of the Journal Democratic in all fair in all things clean thiiiKfl it is essentially a paper Hy a special we are enabled to WEEKLY COVRIER one your and this price named above SOlid subscription for the SPLENDID to USllot to Courier giveWo are able to ott- erLouisville AND this For 0110 200 year for only III advance ohIY1 This givoK you a daily d8 exceptod for a lUll your own local papor nil tho homi news Send tames IUHI o cash now Pt1f l iii iA 1APromotes DigeslionCiiccrful J ness and RestConl ins neither OpiumMorphmtJ nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC io1 cotOldllrC1ltZZE111 lr1nflJ A llem for lion SourStomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Fcvcrish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSimile Signature of ill NEW YORK II EXACT COpy OF Wi3AEPCR I li1tlli f LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER 1METABLE OCT EASTBOUND WESTBOUND Ex PM lEx IAM 1905 Leave DRiII Leave I Lexington 11 Ia113 Winchester totll IIIIfiG Olay City U54I1111 Stanton 480- Ia5 Natural Bridget Iii Torrent Itauttyvlllu Junction 1211a26 Trains No daily Munt Sunday othw trains dully exeunt Sunday eOnnikt lit O KyHy Trains No tinml fonuwt at ttyvillu Junction with AHy for Bjattyvillo local station HAltli CHARLES General G A OHIO AND RAILWAY Mht lI San 8l DullyI No DillyEx Stations Mrs No 825 823 IOI 401 41U iIj ai1 Till 010 025 225 and tho and llt No jA I AMAr IPMAr 281 Taclwon 3g0 1120 o 025 930 O k K Junction 8ai 11eo NVilhurHt 417 1152 4JIIL5 Hamilton 1158 IS l12 lea 121 J2 Tluluchaxva 518 1228 10l Cannel City 515 1245 21 will niaku closn connection at O K Junction with No ftr point on tho Lexington Kastcrn Railway L Superintendent SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS Tile Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points arid St COLONIST ANI 11011 SEEKEKS- KATES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST If you n trip or a change of location tilt near fu ture jut tho Henderson Route HabitIt II tho comfortable lint and aI comfortable train in traveling is always a good habit acquire At mist give the opportunity of naming you rates We havo tho equipment the train Norvlco the frun chair earn and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU 1 H L J IRWIN Trav Pass AfU Gen Pass AtHKNDHItSON KY H Dii r AstORIAi For Infants and Children Kind You Have Bought II Bears IIof It Kind Have I Boug- htCASTORIA TII u I EFFECTIVE IIon L ZlIi Ar ExSun PM Ar 74 110I Tiieknon C1KRyI Sterling SCOTT Mmmtcr P KENTUCKY No1J3I The You INo1 Xo1I voII vtuI111I 17WI mid and mid CONLEY Henderson Louis contemplate In us WANT GALLAGHER ItOLrli- LOUISVILLE The Always the- Signature Always t QueenGFeScent0t Sfioilest Route AN- DQuickest Schedule BETWEEN t GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI ICHArrANOO G A T A BIRMINGHAM SHRET E PORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Mutter Caa GLHH- KEIT P A Lexington Kentucky u